Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, April 18, 1918, Image 4

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    Hotel Rowland
One hundred »nd sixty-five Rooms, all Modern
improvements; free phones on every floor.
Rates:
SAGETEA BEAUTIFIES
75c to $1.50 per day: $2.50 to
$5.00 per week.
WHEAT IS FAVORABLE
Crop Conditions Throughout Washing­
ton Show Marked Improvement
Over Same Time Last Year.
Opposite Courthouse, 2 blocks from Postofflce,
Fire Proof. S. P and Oregon Electric pass door.
Gray! It Darkens
BEAUTIFUL RUGS Don’t So Stay
Naturally that No­
body can Tell.
The entire winter has been unusually
favorable for winter wheat on accouut
o f the above normal temperatures and
adequate precipitation, practically all
o f which was absorbed by the soil.
Many fields, especially throughout the
Palouse and Big Bend areas o f the
state, which had not appeared above
the ground by December due to lack o f
precipitation early in the season and
where conditions indicated a duplica­
tion of the unfavorable rotting out o f
the preceding year, have attained sub­
stantial growth. Although there has
been an unusual winter growth o f all
wheat throughout the B ig Bend and
Palouse counties, the plant has not at­
tained the height reached under the
most favorable years, and this condi­
tion is conducive to weed growth later
in the season.
There are also occa­
sional fields in the Big Bend, Spokane
and Whitman counties and the dry land
areas of Walla Walla county, that
were sown early in the fall which
germinated unevenly and may require
partial re-sowing, but the present fa­
vorable growing weather w ill undoubt­
edly materially improve the appearance
o f these fields within the next two or
three weeks.
The condition o f fall
wheat in Walla, Walla, Klickitat and
surrounding counties is exceptionally
favorable, especially in moisture.
Spring seeding and planting are now
general throughout the state excepting
in some o f the extremely late areas.
On account o f the early favorable
spring and unusually favorable moist­
ure conditions, many areas in the state
are completing spring seeding o f wheat
this year by the time they began seed­
ing last year.
There has been considerable im­
provement in the condition o f livestock
and losses from disease have decreased
throughout the entire state.
Are made from your OLD CAR­
PETS. Rag Rugs woven all sizes.
Mail orders receive prompt and care­
ful attention. Sena for booklet.
You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifuily dark and lustrous almost over
NORTHWEST RUG CO.
E. 8th and Taylor Sts.
Portland, Or. night if you’ll get a 60-cent bottle of
“ W yeth’s Sage and Sulphur Com
pound” at any drug store. Millions of
bottles of this old famous Sage Tea
Recipe, improved by the addition of
other ingredients, are sold annually
from heavy laying (Hoganized) stock. $10.00
says a well-known druggist here, b »
per 100, W e guarantee safe arrival.
cause it darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that no one can tell it has
THE PIONEER HATCHERY been applied.
Those whose hair is turning gray
415 Sixth Street.
Petaluma, Cal.
or becoming faded have a surprise
awaiting them, because after one or
M O N E Y FOP YO U .
two applications the gray hair van
Thousands o f trained your
young people needed. lshes and your locks become luxuriant­
Hehnke-Walker Busin* I College, i, Portland places
any time.
Free ly dark and beautiful.
Enroll ai
students in positions.
This is the age of youth. Gray
Catalogue.
haired, unattractive folks aren't want
ed around, so get busy with W yeth’s
Sage and Sulphur Compound to-night
and you'll be delighted with your dark,
handsome hair and your youthful ap­
pearance within a few days.
ñ
This preparation is a toilet requisite
and is not Intended for the cure, mill
gation or prevention of disease.— Adv.
\J fa Y v Soap 25c. Ojrtnrri
& 50c
It Turned.
“ My hair began to turn when I was
The W ise Husband.
quite young,” she said.
"Oh, then you’ve dyed it?”
Mr. Barton lived in a suburban
“ Sir! What do you mean?”
town. His wife asked him to purchase
"Beg pardon. Didn’t I understand
a shirtwaist for her while in New
York. A fter telling the salesgirl what you to say it turned?”
“ Certainly, that's what I said. It
he was after, sho displayed a number.
“ Here are some very pretty ones. began to curl."— Exchange.
What color do you prefer?” she said.
“ It doesn’t make any difference,” N O T H IN G S T A N D S AS H IG H , as a
replied Mr. Barton.
remedy for every wo­
“ Doesn't make any d ifferen ce!" ex­
manly ailment, as Dr.
claimed the salesgirl.
“ Why, don’t
Pierce’s Favorite Pres­
you think your wife would like a cer­
t o * . — to
cription.
It's the only
tain color?’’
medicine for women cer­
“ No, it makes no difference what
tain in its effects.
color I get or what size. I shall have
“ Favorite Prescription”
to come back tomorrow to have it
is an invigorating, restor
changed.”
ative tonic, a soothing
and strengthening nerv­
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver,
ine, and a complete cure
bowels and stomach. One little Pellet
for all the functional de­
for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
rangements, painful dis-
o r d e r s , and c h r o n i c
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade;
Generosity.
weaknesses peculiar to Hard white, $2.05. Soft white, $2.03.
An old fellow on nis deathbed, In the sex.
White club, $2.01. Red Walla Walla,
making his will, murmured to hiB law­
For young girls just entering wo­ $1.98.
No. 2 grade, 3c less; No. 3
yer: "And to each of my employes manhood; for women at the critical
grade,
6c
less. Other grades handled
who have been with ine 20 years or time; nursing mothers; and every wo­
more i bequeath £S,000.M
man who is “ run-down,” tired or over­ by samples.
F lou r— Patents, $10; whole wheat,
“ Holy smoke, what generosity!” the worked— it is a special, safe, and cer­
$9.60; graham, $9.20; barley flour,
lawyer excluimed.
tain help.
“ No, not at all," said the sick man.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regu­ $13@13.25 per barrel; rye flour, $10.60
"You see. none of them has been with late and invigorate stomach, liver and @12.75 per barrel; cornmeal. $5.75
ine over a year; but It will look good bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, per barrel.
in the papers, won’t it?”— Liverpool easy to take as candy.
M illfeed— Net mill prices, car lots:
Do You Do This?
Post.
How to preserve health and beauty Bran, $30 per ton; shorts, $32; mid­
The customer was paying the mer­
is told In Doctor Pierce’s Common dlings, $39; mixed cars and less than
by C U T T E R 'S B L A C K L E G P I L L S
L o w - p r ic e d ,
Changing Tim es.
Sense Medical Adviser.
It is free.
chant an account and handed over a
fresh, reliable ; f
carloads, 60c more; rolled barley, $77
wad of 20 $5 bills.
"Conditions are certainly changing. Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., five
p r e f e r r e d by '
western stock-
Carefully the merchant placed the
They are setting the clocks ahead to dimes, or stamps, to cover printing @79; rolled oats, $76.
men,
because they '
Corn— Whole, $77; cracked, $78 ton. notes on the counter, and wetting the
protect whero other
and mailing.— Adv.
get more daylight."
^
vaccine« fail.
Hay— Buying prices, delivered, East­ tip of his finger he counted them one
“ So they are.’*
y * W rite for booklet and testimonials.
10-don pX*.BI*ckl»g Pills, $1.00
ern Oreogn timothy, $27 per ton; val­ by one.
“ And soon there won’t be any fly
V icarious T reatm en t.
50 -data pkf. Waaklag Pills. $ 4.00
“
I
noticed,”
remarked
the
customer,
time. Gosh, that was a regular season
ley
timothy,
$24@25;
alfalfa,
$24@
Caller— Doctor, have you ever treat­
Use any Injector, but Cutter’ s simplest and stn n gest.
a few years back."— Louisville Cour­ ed a patient for loss of memory?
T h o superiority o f Cutter products is due to over IS
24.50; valley grain hay, $22; clover, smilingly, after the merchant had
years of specialising in VACCINHS A N D SERUMS
placed
the
wad
in
his
inside
pocket,
ier-Journal.
Doctor— Oh, yes, indeed. I employ $18; straw, $8.
o n l y . I n s is t o h c u t t e r ' s .
If unobtainable,
order direct.
i bill collector quite often.— Boston
Butter— Cubes, extras, 47c pound; "that you didn’t ‘flick’ up the last j
T
t
a
Cottar
Labaratanr.
Barkatay.
Califa rala
W ell W hitew ashed.
Transcript.
prime firsts, 46c; prints, extras, 49c; one.”
“ No,” was the canny reply. “ I dinna
"1 don't object to your marrying
cartons, lc extra; butterfat, No. 1, dae more than look at the last one.
that young representative, Emily, but
W hich One?
51c delivered.
I'm afraid he doesn't stand very high
That’s guid enough for me without i
ffilN E
School ma’am—Tommy, hew do you
Eggs— Ranch, current receipts, 35c touchin’ it; there might be anither
in tlie political world.”
! Sore Eyes, Eyes Inflamed by
pell “ ham” ?
per dozen; candled, 36@37c.
| S o n , D u tt and W ind quickly
"Oh, yes, he does, mother.
He’s
underneath it.”— Chicago Herald.
Tomtnp— Please, ma'am, do you
relieved by Murine. Try it in
already been investigated by five com­
Poultry— Roosters, old, 20@22c per
mean the 'am we eat or the am we
your Eyes and in Baby’s Eyes.
mittees.M— Froth.
pound;
stags,
24@26c;
springs,
27@
TO
BR
EA
K
IN
N
E
W
SHOES
A
L
W
A
Y
S
USE
are?— Chicago Herald.
* No Smarting, Jost Eye Comfort
A llen ’ s Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder.
It
28c; broilers, 35c; ducks, 32@35c;
prevents tightness and blistering. Relieves Corns, Murine Eye Remedy
geese, 20@21c; turkeys, live, 26@27c; Bunions, and Swollen. Sweating. A ch in g Feet. Eye
Sm all M atter.
S alve , in Tubes 25c. For B ook o f t\e E y e — F re e .
Gives rest and comfort.
A ccep t no substitfite. Ask M a rin e E r e R em ed y C o .. C h icago «
“ Your husband hasn't had any— er dressed, 35(n 37c.
Sample FR E E .
Address. A llen S. Olmsted. L e
Bought, Sold, Rented and Repaired — entanglements since he has been
Veal — Fancy, 20@20c per pound.
Roy. N. Y.
W A L K E R ELECTRIC WORKS
Pork— Fancy, 21@.21c.
Hurntki«, cor. 10th.
Portland. Ora. ‘over there' has he?”
( . f W
E
E K a S
1 l ? a iB
ELEKTsUP
co u>
Getting Tam ed Down.
"N o— nothing hut barbed wire— so
Vegetables — Tomatoes, $2.75 per
or
colds
n d
g r ip p e
k S * r o o d you can a ffo rd to in sist and s o «
far."— Florida Times-Union.
There has come to be a perceptible
crate; cabbage, 8@4c per pound; let­
^ t h a t you r « t g en u in e lik e p a c k a ge shown
f 7 Sold b v b e s t druggists
tuce, $2@2.25; cucumbers, $1.25@ shortage in the wild oats crop, and
‘ ' everywhere—
Soft, C lear Skins.
1.75 per dozen; cauliflower, $1.50@ that is one of the things owing to the
Night and morning bathe the face 1.75 per crate; artichokes, 85c@$l per| ^ c^ hich go to offset its s t r e s s in g
-Albany Journal.
Q ueer Finances.
with Cuticura Soap and hot water. If dozen; garlic, 7c; celery, $3,75 per
Will xu.rmntr« you top market prirea at all timrs there are pimples first smear them
“ Isn't it odd that you have to pay
crate;
peppers,
40c
per
pound;
for your Veal. Iloti*. l'oultry. Kan-. Mutter. Ilwlo,.
for the batteries in your electric
It W as A fterw ard Roasted, Too.
with Cuticura Ointment. For free sam­ sprouts, 21c; rhubarb, 10@12c; aspar­
Kt>'. if you bava not -hippo,! to ua. try ua.
Adam could afford a spare-rib, but lamps?”
ples address. “ Cutleura. Dept. X. Bos­ agus, 15@17c; peas, 17c per pound;
“ W hy is it queer?”
113 Front.
P O R T L A N D . OR. ton." Sold by druggists and by mall.
Garden of Eden market prices were
spinach, $1.25 per crate.
“ Because you state expressly you
far
from
our
1918
standards.—
Brook-
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
Sack Vegetables — Carrots. $1.25(<i lyn Eagle.
want them charged.”— Exchange.
1.50 per sack; turnips, $1.50; pars­
nips, $1.25.
V, ,M> .1 tm kan *-#» la.
m i i k n . Tat.
Standardized.
In a B utcher Shop.
TH E H.
N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
FVvtatoes — Oregon Burbanks, 90c@
“ Sometimes spring is early, some­
“ Butcher, do you sell whale meat?
I'ortiand. Or*.. S M tllr, Wn . Itollinffh.m, Wn.
1.10 per hundred; Yakimas, $1.25@ times late.”
“ Yes, mum.”
1.35; sweet potatoes, 8c per pound.
“ Not as regards our apartment
“ Can I see some choice cuts?”
Onions— Jobbing prices, l@ l| e per house. No heat after the first of May'
“ Certainly, mum. Jake, fetch the
V eel. Pork. Beef.
! pound.
is the regulation.”— Louisville Courier- stepladder and show this lady over
Poultry, Butter, F.gga
the whale.”— Kansas City Journal.
Wool— Eastern Oregon, 44@65c per Journal.
• nd Farm Produce,
pound;
valley,
50@55c;
valley
lamb,
ft» the Old RelisbU' Evending house with a
45(<i 50c.; mohair, long staple, full
record o f 45 year* o f Squarv Dealing*, and
U* *M ur*d o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
year, 50c; six months, 40@50c; burry,
F. M CRONKHITE,
No humbug!
Any corn,
hether ■ 35@40c.
r
4 S -4 7 F r o n t S tre e t,
P o t tL a n d . O r e g o n
hard, soft or between the toes, will
Unison right up and lift out without
Cattle—
April 15, 1918.
a particle of pain or soreness.
Med. to choice steers. . . . |11.75@ 12.25
This drug is called freezone and is Good to med. steers........ 10.75@11.75
Cuts logs in the woods, and by using
a compound of ether discovered by a Com. to good steers.............................. 8.76@10.25
our Circular Sawing Attachment w ill
Cincinnati man.
Choice cows and heifers. 10,00@ 11.00
cut cord A-ood into stove lengths.
M i
-
i-
.
Ask at any drug store for a small
Com.
to
good
cows
and
hf
6.00(i;'
9.50
W ill drive Pumps, Churns, Feed Cut­
bottle of freefone, which will cost hut
3.00@ 5.00
a trifle, but is sufficient to rid one’s Cannera..........................
ters, Grindstone*. Fanning Mills. Lathes,
Bulls................................ 5.50 (it. 9.50
of every corn or callous.
A ir Compressor, and any other work
(D o Your Own Plum bing] feet
Put a few drops directly upon, any Calves ............................ 7.50@12.00
within a 4-h. p. capacity.
Stockers
and
Feeders
.
.
.
6.50@
9.50
tender, aching corn or callous.
In­
By buying direct from mm mi whole**I* petow
*mi save the plumber s predite. W rite mb ta­
stantly the soreness disappears and
Hogs -
ri ay your needs. W e will give you ear rock
shortly the corn or callous w ill loosen Prime light hogs..............$17.50@17.65
botto«»
direct to you * p rice* f a b
nei or
and can be lifted off with the fingers. Prime heavy h o g s ......... 17.00@ 17.50
boat. W e actually eave you f t * a IO U 14 per
This drug freegone doesn't eat out P i g s ................................ 15.00@ 16.00
cent. AU goads guaranteed.
the corns or callouses but shrivels
N o rik wee« headq u a rters for I reader W ater
B u lk ...............................
1T.M
them without even irritating the sur
Systems and Puller A Jehnaan U n g in e*
rounding skin.
i ! Sheep—
S T A R K D A V IS CO .
Just think! No pain at all: no sore­ Prime spring lambs.............................. 20.00
S1> TVtrd S m
.
r,
125 E A S T W A T E R S T , P O R T L A N D . O R E G O N
ness or smarting when applying it or Heavy lambs................... 16.50<<t 18.00
afterwards.
If your dmggtst den t Yearlings........................ 15.00@ 15.25
Builders of High Grade Logging and Farm Machinery
have free«on# have ktm order It far Wethers ........................ 13.00m' IS . 50
you.— Adv.
N o . IB . 1B 1B
P . N. U.
K w s a .............................. 12.00@11.5B
White Leghorn Baby Ghix
/. %¿Hiíl Dandruff
ty -M and Itching
X V;. with Cuticura
The
universal
military
service
gum—
A Soldier's offering to his sweet­
heart is naturally the sweetmeat
that gave him most refreshment
and greatest enjoyment when on
duty.
The Flavor Lasts
BLACK '-t,SSK SURELY mum
LEG
Granulated Eyelids,
V óur E í ES í
ELECTRIC MOTORS
THE VOGEL
PRODUCE CO.
25c
Hides, Pelts, c K r Wool & Mollali
r.
SUFFERING CATS!
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The New All-Steel
Thomas Portable
Gasoline Drag Saw
Will positively last longer than any other Portablr Power
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