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Iirirëté SIANO PtIZE it to f. 9. i t
ROADS GET BIG SUMS
Be Spent This Year for
Additions, Equipment and Bet
terment on All Lines.
T h e mott practical, healthful, playtime
jrments ever invented for children I t<
__years ai age. Made in one piece with
drop back. Easily slipped on or of! I
£a»dy washed. N o hgbt elastic bands tt
■ stop circulation. M adein bluedenim,
and genuine blue and white hickory
Mr: pet. Also lighter weight, fast-col. i
material in a variety^} p|ea»ingde«gn»
all appropriately trimmed witl.
fast-color galatea. A ll garment*
made in D u tch neck with elbow
sleeves or high neck and long Jeeves
Folder (in colors) showing dif
ferent materials sent fr e e on
$1.00 th e su it
II your dealer cannot supply you
we will send them, charges prepaid
on receipt aI price, $ 1 .0 0 each.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
A NEW SUIT
K o vera lls
RE6 u.s. p a r orr
IF TH EY RIP
Look for this label £ 9 "
LEVI STRAUSS &Ca
SAN rRANCISCO CAL
LEVI STRAUSS & CO., San Francisco
M fra. o f ' ' Frm m dom - A l l a ’ 1
tk n e w g a rm e n t fo r w o m e n
M O N E Y FOR YO U .
ThoutuindH o f trained young people needed.
Hehnke-Walker lIuHinuHB College, Portland, place«
Htuderita in poHitionu. Enroll any time.
B ou gh t, S old , R e n te d and R e p a ire d
W A L K E R E L E C T R IC W O RK S
Burn Hide. cor. luth.
H otel R ow land
One hundred and H lx ty - flv e Roomn, all Mwlern
improvement*; free phomm on every floor.
75c to $1.50 per day: $2.50 to
$5.00 per week.
Opponile CourthouH*. 2 block* from Poatofflce.
Fire Proof. 3 . P and Oregon Electric pa** door.
Boys and Girls
Clear Your Skin
Suai> 2.1c. O intm ent 2 5 am ! S O e.
Up in the A ir .
Corp. (namo deleted by censor) is
the champion optimist in the (deleted
by censor) regiment. On his first visit
to Paris an air raid was in progress,
and as he observed the Parisians, all
Intent on tho M M , ho said to his
"Th ere’s one fine thing about this
"And that is— ?"
"It keeps you looking up.”
(Reply deleted by ceusor).— Car
“ In the railroad collision I was in
I toll ynv I saw stars!”
"W ell, you had a fine chance when
the cars were telescoped.”— Exchange.
(R IN E
U Sore Eves, Kv i Infl.imod hv
' ¿ j i S u n , O u s t .lint W i n J quickly
w j ,1^0* rellavcit by Murini'. Try it In
''■ ir JJV Ç v<mr Lyes ami in liaby’s Eyes.
T U \J R L I E . JN«.Smarting. Ju»t F.yeComfort
Murine Eye Remedy * L , Â rp?rrl,'r,r'"«iirHÎ2
g y « Salvo», ut Tulttte 26c.
For Hook o f th « Ky*
F r «».
Ask M u rin e E y e R e m e d y C o .. C h in a g li.
usevnfe » Drudgery.
No I ms k Ixrjkmp,
use Self w ringing Simple ¿nil prac
tical l ull directions with each mop
Hides, Pelts, c Ba,a.a Wool & Mohair
We want nil ran kaw. Wig« lei h im
um GM mpm M Tag«.
T H E H. F. N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
Portland. O n .. Seattle. Wn..
White Leghorn Baby Chix
fro m h «a v y la yin g (lIo irn n is ««l) atock.
W o guarnntiH* s*f«* nrrivul.
THE PIONEER HATCHERY
415 Sixth Street.
Veal, Pork. Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Egg*
and Farm Produce,
to the OKI Rclinhh* Kvarding houn« with n
o f 4f* v«*nr* o f Squnrt* IVnling*«. «nd
b# «M u rn l »f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
F. M. CRONKHITE.
4S-47 Front S tr « « t,
P N. U.
Peter Menkin Brown, Berlin corre
spondent, said in Baltimore in a lec
ture on the blockade:
“ The Germans are suffering from
our blockade more than they’d have
us think. There’s a real dearth of
foodstuffs and there's a real pest of
“ Think of it— the Germans are now
More than that, the
profiteers have cornered the crows of
Germany, so that the government has
had to fix crow prices, which range,
1 believe, from 60 to 85 cents, accord- j
ing to the weight and age of the bird. |
“ But imagine it. Cornering crow!
That is no way to help your country’s
ca w s!”— Detroit Free Press.
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for U.S.Marine Corps recruits.
Washington, D. C.— Railroads under
APPLY A T A N Y
government operation this year will
spend nearly $1,000,000,000 for addi
P O S T O F F IC E
tions, betterments and equipment, or
approximately three times as much as
in any one o f the last three years.
Total capital expenditures approved
by the railroad administration as an
tive every natural means of repair
nounced Wednesday are $937,961,318.
ing and nourishing your system. F o r
pale, puny, scrofulous children, noth
O f this big sum $440,071,000 w ill be
ing approaches it. It builds up com
spent for additions and betterments,
pletely their flesh, their strength, and
such as stations and other property
In the most stubborn Scrofulous,
improvements; $479,686,000 for equip
AFTER "TH E GRIP,” or in conva Skin or Scalp Diseases, Eczema, Salt-
ment — cars and locomotives already
lescence from pneumonia, fevers, or rheum, and every kindred ailment, it
ordered through the railroad adminis
other debilitating diseases, your quick effects wonderful cures. Contains no
tration; and $18,203,000 for track ex
est way to get flesh and strength is alcohol or harmful drugs. In tablet or
You reckless men and women who with Doctor Pierce’s Golden Medical liquid form.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regu
Discovery. That gives purity to your
The figures disclose Director General are pestered w‘ th corns and who have blood, plumpness to your body, and late and invigorate stomach, liver and
at least once a week Invited an awful
McAdoo’s determination to let the death from lockjaw or blood poison puts every function into perfect work bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules,
railroads make many improvements are now told by a Cincinnati authority ing order. It makes thoroughly effec easy to take.— Adv.
w h itt they had neglected during the to use a drug called freezone, which
the moment a few drops are applied
Ju d g in g Fro m A pp earance.
last three years, and postponing all to any corn or callous the soreness is
Hokus— She spends all her hus
“ What walk in life do you intend to
possible projects requiring big expen relieved and soon the entire corn or
select for your son?”
ditures. It also is shown that the rail callous, root and all, lifts off with the band’s salary on her back.
Pokus (at a fashionable function)—
“ Oh, we can afford to buy him an
road administration is not encouraging fingers.
Freezone dries the moment it 1 b ap I always heard that he didn’t earn automobile now.”— Exchange.
many extensions o f lines during the
much.— Buffalo Express.
war emergency, and in some cases plied, and simply shrivels the corn or
S u ita b le P u n ish m en t.
projects already under way have been
“ What do you think ought to be
Dr. Pierce’ s Pellets are best for liver,
ritating the surrounding tissue or
skin. A small bottle of freezone will bowels and stomach. One little Pellet done with this train robber?”
The railroad administration elim cost very little at any of the drug for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
"W hy, railroad him to prison.”
inated $349.247,000, or nearly one- stores, but w ill positively rid one’s
fourth o f the proposals.
In paring feet of every hard or soft corn or
down the budget to this extent the ad hardened callous.
If your druggist
ministration made it plain that most hasn’t any freezone he can get it at
any wholesale drug house for you.—
o f its decisions are tentative.
In general, the eastern trunk lines Adv.
were given generous sums for im
T h a t ’s the Q uestion.
provements and equipment, to enable
She— Anything that is worth win
them better to handle the great flood
ning is worth working for.
o f traffic to the Atlantic seaboard for
He— Yes, but the question is, w ill f
movement to Europe.
Part o f the your father loosen up, or w ill I have
capital necessary will be supplied by to keep on working for you after I’ve j
the govenment, from the $500,000,000 won you?— Boston Transcript
revolving fund o f the railroad adminis
Soothe Baby Rashes
tration, although advances w ill be re
paid eventually by the individual rail That itch and burn with hot baths of
roads. Wherever possible, railroads Cuticura Soap followed by gentle
w ill finance their own enterprises, but nnolntings
the railroad administration may buy Nothing better. For free samples ad
the bonds or other securities issued.
dress, "Cuticura, Dept. X, Boston.”
Examination o f the roads’ budgets Sold by druggists and by mail. Soap
had been directed by Robert S. Lovett, 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
chief o f the railroad administration’s
Live stock is marketed from
division o f capital expenditures, and
“ O fficer,” said a lady much above
John Skelton Williams, director o f
farmer to consumer at a lower
the usual avoirdupois, “ could you see
finance and purchases.
me across the street?”
cost than almost any other farm
“ Madame, I could see you half a
SERVICE UNDER THIS EMBLEM
Sure! High Heels
Cause Corns But
Who Cares Now
Beware ol imitations.
C aw ! C aw !
Portland. O r««n n
No. 22. 191«
EST MARKET REPORT]
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade;
Hard white, $2.05. Soft white, $2.03.
White club, $2.01. Red Walla, $1.98.
No. 2 grade, 3e less; No. 3 grade, 6c
less. Other grades handled by sample.
Flour — Patents, $10 per barrel;
whole wheat, $9.60; graham. $9.20;
barley Hour, $14.50(</15.00; rye flour,
$10.75(1/ 12.75; corn meal, white, $6.50;
yellow, $6.25 per barrel.
Mill feed— N et mill prices, car lots:
Bran, $30.00 per ton; shorts, $32;
middlings, $39; mixed cars and less
than carloads, 50c more; rolled barley,
$75(ii'76; rolled oats, $73.
Corn Whole, $77 per ton; craeked,
Hay — Buying prices, delivered:
Eastern Oregon timothy, $29(0)30 per
ton: valley timothy, $25(d)26; alfalfa,
$24(1/24.50; valley grain hay, $22;
clover, $19(</20.00; straw, $9.00(<> 10.
Butter Cubes, extras, 37Jc; prime
firsts, 37c; prints, extras, 42c; car
tons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 41c
Eggs Ranch, current receipts, 34c:
candled, 35c; selects, 36c per dozen.
Poultry — Hens, 27c; broilers, 40c;
ducks, 32c; geese, 20c; turkeys, live,
26d/'27c; dressed, 37c per pound.
Veal Fancy, 184«/ 19c.
Pork Fancy, 23«/23Je per pound.
Sack Vegetables Carrots, $1.15 i*>r
sack; turnips, $1.50; parsnips, $1.25;
Potatoes Oregon Burbanks, 75c(<z
$1 per hundred; new California, 10c
per pound; sweet jsitatoes, 10c jier
Onions Jobbing prices, l(«i l|c per
May 25, 1918.
Prim e ste e rs .................... $13. CO«/ 14.00
G ihh ! to choice steers . . . . 11.5(V,z 12.50
Medium to good steers
Fair to medium steers . . S. If./ 9.50
Common to fair steers . . 8.00>(</ 9.00
Choice cows ami heifers. 10.0(1' « i l l . 00
Com. to gissi cows and hf 0.50
•) ai](d 5.00
8. 50«! 12.00
Stockers and feeders. . . . S. 00« 1 10.00
Prime m ixed.................. $
Medium m ixed............... 17.15«£17.35
Rough h e a v ie s ............... I6.15«/ 16.35
P ig s ................................. IS. 00 i l l 1 11, OO
Prime spring lambs....... i I IT. 00(ii)l?.50
Heavy lambs.................. 16.50«1 17.1k)
Yearlings ...................... 12.50«/ 13.00
W ethers.......................... 11.50«£12.00
Ew es................ .............. 10.00«/ 19.(1
S H A K E INTO YO U R SHOES.
A lle n ’s Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder. Makes
tittht or new shoes feel easy.
Relieves Corns. [
Bunions, Hot, Swollen. Tender. Aching Feet. Sold
everywher»1, -15c. Don't accept any substitute. ‘
Sample FR E E .
Address, Allen S. Olmsted. L e !
Roy. N. Y.
Ju d a s D id n ’t La st.
Comparisons of profiteers to Judas
are hardly fair, as the latter eventual
ly developed symptoms of remorse
and bumped off.— Washington Star.
Under normal conditions, the farmer’s
share o f retail prices o f various farm
products is approximately as follows:
THAT CHANGE IN
Mrs. Godden Tell« How It
M ay be Passed in Safety
Fremont, O.— “ I was passing through
the critical period o f life, being forty-
six years o f age and
had all the symp-
es, nervousness, and
was in a general run
down condition, so
it was hard for me
to do my work,
Lydia E. Pinkham s
V e g e t a b l e Com -
pound was recom-
mended to me as the
best remedy for my
troujles. which it
surely proved to be. 1 feel better and
stronger in every way since taking it.
and the annoying symptoms have disap
peared. ” — Mrs. \1. G odden . 925 Na
poleon St., Fremont, Ohio.
Such annoying symptons as heat
flashes, nervousnsss, backache, head
ache, irritability and ‘ ‘ the blues.” may
be speedily overcome and the system
restored to normal conditions by this
f.imoufl root anti herb remedy L ydia E.
I inkham's Veg -‘ .ibie Compoun<i.
I f any compii.entions present them-
9«•Ives write the 1
Pinkham Modiciine Co..
ynn, M m , fo r lUfTffestions how to
The result e>f forty
O ’ cercóme them.
■•«r«» experience | j a t your service and
y i ur letter held iin strict; confide:nee.
b* c i r m i
TN« «umrtaf'.tY ol Cvttat fbrrshuT* s Jus to c m IS
« ( « « P . -a.
a V %»
t IIB i A N O 5 *ftt
iN ü u r ON l U T T U 9k II JK^tuathMi
Tl* Ciiftsr Laàeretsry.
71 per cent
66% to 75 per cent
55 per cent
45 per cent
35 per cent
T h e difference between farm er’s price
and retail price represents the necessary
expenses o f packing, freight and w hole
sale and retail distribution.
Swift & Company not only performs
the manufacturing operations o f pre
paring cattle for market in its well-
equipped packing plants, but it pays the
freigh t on meat to all parts o f the
United States, operates 500 branch
distributing houses, and in most cases
even delivers to the retail butcher. A ll
this is done at an expense o f less than 2
cents per pound, and at a profit o f only
about Vi o f a cent per pound o f beef.
L a rg e volum e o f business and expert
management, make possible this indis
pensable service to the live-stock raiser
and to the consumer, and make possible
the larger proportion o f retail prices
received b y farmers.
Y ear Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards. Chicago, Illinois
Swift & Company, U.S. A.
10 (*>«• ■**. Black!«« (»•«*, I I 00
304 m « Oks. tlacftiat P’11 *. 3* 00
T h e United States Departm ent o f
agriculture reported in 1916 that the
farm er gets for his cattle “ approxi
mately two-thirds to three-fourths” o f
the final retail price paid by the con
sumer for the resulting beef.