Cloverdale courier. (Cloverdale, Tillamook County, Or.) 190?-19??, June 06, 1918, Image 4

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B U S IN E S S
DIRECTORY
ST A T E N E W S
IN BRIEF.
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New Houston Hotel
Sixth and Kverett SU.. Portland. Ore.
Pour blocks from Union Deoot. Tw o blocki
from New Postoffice. Modern and fireproof
Over 100 outside rooms. Kate.* 76c to J2.00.
CHAS. G. HOPKINS. Manager.
S H IP
Veal, Pork, Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Egg*
and Farm Produce,
to the Ob) Reliable E verding house with a
record o f 45 years o f Square Dealings, and
be assured o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
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MILLS FACING CRISIS
*
Owing to the increased
cost of all kinds of ma­
terial the retail sellin g
price of
Must Grind Stock Feed or Shut Down,
Ultimatum Presented to Heads
o f Agricultural Bureau.
A total o f $2156.53 was spent in
Mayor Harley’s cam|>aign for the gov­
ernorship, according to a statement
filed with Secretary Olcott.
The Eugene chapter o f the Red Cross
has announced that it will publish the
Í names o f all persons financially able to
give to the cause, who flatly refused
Either Northwestern mills must be j
permitted to grind wheat and supply
stock feed for Northwestern farmers i
or the latter will be forced to sell
their cattle and hogs and go out of
| that industry.
That ultimatum was
Corner Sixth and Hoyt Sts., Portland. Ore.
presented at the agricultural bureau at
L O U HIM ES. M anager.
its meeting in Spokane Wednesday by
KATES:—76c to 12. SPECIAL- Week or Month to m ake su bscription s.
John H. Roberts, chairman of the spe­
The machinery o f the Guy Roberts cial committee that is investigating
M O N £Y FO R Y O U .
sawmill at Monroe has been shipped to
Toledo and will be installed in a new the situation,
The bureau will busy itself at once
students in positions.
Enroll any time. Free mill to be erected by Mr. Roberts on a
bringing pressure to bear on the grain
Catalogue.
' tract of tideland. The mill will have
and milling division authorities at
a cutting capacity of 50,000 feet daily. Washingon, D. C., for relief.
C ascara
It is
Near Both
Depots
¿ 0 0 R oom s
100 Baths
Absolutely
Fireproof
if Hotel Hoyt
Hides, Pelts,
B ark ,
W ool & M ohair
KOVERALLS
U S .P a t.O ff
has been advanced to
$1 —
the Suit
Excellence o f quality and
workmanship guaranteed
as heretofore.
Look for
this Red
Woven
. Label
K O V E R A LLS
RC6 .U .S . P A T .o r r .
declared that Northwestern wheat is
We wiM ill im kj,f Writ,
Prices ueCSIuppai Taft.
being shipped into the Middle West
4 5 -47 Front Street,
P ortland, O re g o n
T H E H . F. N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
for grinding, depriving the Northwest
Portland. Ore.. Seattle. W n „ Bellingham. W n.
LEVI STRAUSS & CO.
of the stock feed. It is further con- j
SAN rP A K lS C O . CAL _
M ade by
tended that the Middle West has corn
Levi Strauss & Co., San Francisco
for stock feed and does not require
Awarded GRAND PRIZE at P. P. I. E.
Western millfeed, which is vitally ;
of " F r e e d o m -A ll* ’ '
needed here.
Many Northwestern N m the Mfrs.
new garment for women
Union county’s retailers and flour
from heavy laying (H oganized) stock. $10/4)
MOTOR CAR REPAIRING
mills are already shutting down be­
dealers meeting in special session re­
per 100. W e guarantee sa fe arrival.
cause they have ground the maximum
M A CH IN E W O R K
TH E PIONEER H A T C H E R Y cently at La Grande, volunteered to to­ allowed them.
Carelessness.
tally
abstain
from
the
use
of
wheat
MAGNETO SERVICE STATION
W ife (reading)—Thief grabs lady’s
415 Sixth Street.
Petaluma, Cal.
R.
R.
Rogers,
chairman
of
the
farm
i products until after the harvest. The
$500 meshbag with two pennies in It.
A IL KINDS OF
resolution passed unanimously and the labor committee, announced that a
Husband (a preacher)—Ah, ladies
special
session
would
be
held
at
Daven­
I repesentation was extensive.
port’s hotel to investigate the plan to should be more careful on their way
CYLINDER GRIN DIN G
Military tiaining will be a part of use boys o f the United States working to church.— Houston Chronicle.
P A U f l POST PAID S P E C IA L
the course at the Medford high school boys’ reserve.
H oimtcuife'» Drudgery.
PROMPT ATTENTION
N»* back-breaking. Thousand» now in
W hen M a ry ’s Lamb Grew Up.
next year. This move was decided on
R. Insinger, chairman of the bureau,
TO ALL ORDERS
usr. Self wringing. Simple and prac­
tical Full d im tmns with each mop.
by
the
school
board,
when
Melvin
Elles-
Mary
had a little lamb—
read
a
letter
from
Max
H.
Houser,
Broad way at Flandera, Port land. Or.
But how that lamb has grown!
tad, who has been acting as manual government grain buyer, Portland, in
H C F1XOTT •»» M O R G A N M H I D I N G
If .
ir r w w i w R O AILAND. O fttouN
training inotructor, was engaged as which he announced that the govern Now Mary’d rather walk a mile
Than face that lamb alone.
instructor in manual training and mil­ ment was shipping 4,000,000 grain
—Boston Transcript.
itary training for the next school year. sacks from Calcutta, India, to a Pacific
A D ifficult Case.
Old Gentleman—What are you cry­
The state lime venture is temporar­ port to relieve the situation in the A P R E T T Y F A C E is the result of a
ing for. my little man?
healthy physical
ily dead. At a special meeting o f the West. It is estimated that 5,000,000
Hoy—Boo-hoo! I'm lost! I’m lest! state lime board, to be held soon, it is sacks will be needed in the Northwest
condition. “ Beauty
is but skin deep"
Old Gentleman—There, there, my j expceted that the board will order all
boy. You mustn t give up hope so
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.
yet it greatly de­
Forest’
s
Wealth
Vast.
soon. Where do you live?
machinery at the Gold Hill lime plant
pends
on a clear
R. L. Fromme, forest supervisor of
Boy—I don’t know. We moved to -1 td,,sed UP> the Plant locked and shut
complexion, free
day. Boo-hoo!
dow n and a guard placed over it, pend­ the Olympic National Forest, which
from wrinkles and
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oli! Gentleman—Well, what’s your ' nK such time as further funds are contains more marketable spruce tim
hollow cheeks.
ber than any other national forest in
forthcoming.
name?
Health always
You corn-pestered men and women
the country, arrived in the Portland
Boy—Don’t know that either. M-m
brings
wealth of
need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes
Wages for ranch hands during the
mother married again today!—Pass­
district headquarters Wednesday to re­
beauty. A health-
that nearly killed you before, says ing
haying
season
in
the
west
end
o
f
Uma­
Show.
ly state of the sys­
port on conditions there. In the Olym­
this Cincinnati authority, because a
tilla county, where work has already
tem comes with
pic Forest, which covers 1,500,000
few drops of freezone applied directly
commenced on the harvest o f the first
Doctor
Pierce’s
D on’t W o r r y About Pimples.
acres o f territory, is more than 33,-
on a tender, aching corn or callous
Favorite Prescription. It’s a medicine
On rising and retiring gently smear crop o f alfalfa, will be $3 for team- 000,000,000 feet of timber.
stops soreness at once and soon the
prepared for woman’s ailments—It
corn or hardened callous loosens b o It i the face with Cutlcurn Ointment. Wash i sters and $4 for stackers, according to
In the Lake Quinault region five
can bo lifted out. root and all, with off the Ointment In five minutes with ! an agreement reached among the farm­ sawmills are already cutting spruce cures those derangements and weak­
nesses which make woman’s life miser­
out pain.
j Cutlcurn Soap and hot water. For ers o f the district at a meeting held at for government use and more mills are able.
j
Echo
Saturday.
A small bottle of freezone costs free samples address, “ Cutlcura, Dept.
expected to locate there. The sales to
You can overcome most bodily ills,
very little at any drug store, but will
Plans are now being made by the these mills are made on condition that escape sickness, build up your health
positively take off every hard or soft X, Boston.” At druggists nnd by mull.
business men o f Klamath Falls for a the lumber be cut on the ground. So with regular hours, plenty of water,
corn or callous. This should be tried Soup 25, Ointment 25 nnd 50.—Adv.
j
celebration
on July 4. No great out­ far the sales o f timber have averaged sensible food, and a chance to get the
as It Is inexpensive and Is said not
poison out of the system. Take a
Language of Flowers.
lay will be made, but some outside at­ from 1,000,000 to 4,000,000 feet.
to Irritate the surrounding skin.
natural laxative once or twice weekly.
tractions will be secured if possible
Orchids—You’re out of your class.
If your druggist hasn't any freezone
Such a one Is made of May-apple, juice
Hoses— You can’t afford to get mar­ for the city and country residents sur­
tell him to get a small bottle for you
of
aloes, and root of jalap, sugar-coat­
ried.
from his wholesale drug house. It Is
rounding. An effort has been made to
ed and supplied to all druggists years
Violets— Better pay your room rent, secure the Juvenile brass band at
fine stuff and acts like a charm every
ago by Doctor Pierce and knowrn as
my lad.
time.—Adv.
Grants Pass for this occasion.
Doctor Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. Get
Jonquils—Big show for the money,
them to-day!—Adv.
old
top.—
Kansas
City
Journal.
Shakespeare Up T o Date.
Grocers o f Umatilla county may
Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
An American lady at Stratford-on-
form an organization on the lines re­ Hard white, $2.05. Soft white, $2.03
Polite Repartee.
Rhetorical Emphasis.
Avon showed even more than the usu­
cently formed by the grocers of Pen­ White club, $2.01. Red Walla, $1.98.
"Don’ t you think there is too much dleton for the purpose o f obtaining No. 2 grade, 3c less; No. 3 grade, 6c
al American fervor for everything
Stupid Maid—Mrs. Juggins says she
Shakespearean site came across. She tendency to profanity in conversa­ uniform rulings on the food regula­ less. Other grades handled by sample ain’t home, ma’am.
bad not recovered when she reached tion?"
Clever Caller—All right; tell her I
Invitations
Flour — Patents, $10 per barrel; was awfully afraiu she would be.—
“ Yus. And it's going to be worse. tions during the war.
the railway station, for she remarked
to a friend ns they walked on the plat­ I understand the government is going have been sent to all grocers in the whole wheat, $9.60; graham, $9.20; Baltimore American.
form: “ To think that it was from this to open up more canals. And that county by the officers o f the Pendleton barley flour, $14.50(i/15.00; rye flour,
organization, asking them to unite in $10.75(u 12.75; corn meal, white, $6.50;
very platform the Immortal hard means more mules.”—Exchange.
C ouldn’t Miss Th e m .
the new county-wide plan.
yellow, $6.25 per barrel.
would depart whenever ho Journeyed
“ Did you observe all the meatless
to tow n!"—Tit Bits.
Millfeed— Net mill prices, car lots and wheatless days?"
To keep clean and healthv take Dr.
The Eugene city council, in accord­ Bran, $30.00 per ton; shorts, $32;
Pierce’s 1 leasant PelleLs. They regu-
“ Observe them!
They have been
ance with the state-wide plan decided middlings, $39; mixed cars and less forced on my attention.” —Washington
Wom an's Way.
late liver bowels and stomach.
upon at a recent meeting in Portland, than carloads, 50c more; rolled barley, Star.
"What will women do when they all
get the ballot?"
W ould Save T im e .
Friday night passed an ordinance pro­ $75(i/76; rolled oats, $73.
"I suppose the Idea is to do some
“ Can you tell me the nearest way to viding that all able-bodied men must
Im p e r v io u s .
Corn— Whole, $77 per ton; cracked,
political housecleanltiK."— Louisville Hoylaton street?"
work at some useful occupation 36 $78.
“ The language you use to that mule
Courier Journal.
"C-c certainly. If you'll j j just t-t— hours each week, regardless o f their
Hay — Buying prices, delivered: is perfectly shocking.”
Say, I c-c-can go with you and sh-sli- financial circumstances.
“ Yes,” replied the driver. "It seems
A
fine
of
not
A Warning.
show you quicker than 1 c-c-can say to exceed $100 is provided as a penalty Eastern Oregon timothy, $29(i/30 per to get a rise out of everybody but the
ton;
valley
timotay,
$25((z26;
alfalfa,
"If you find your master in a ru it."— Boston Transcript.
mule.”—Washington Star.
for violations o f the ordinance.
$24(u24.50; valley grain hay, $22;
minuting condition, don't go near
him."
More Appropriate.
Resources o f Portland banks in­ clover, $19(i/20.0t; straw, $9.00(<il0.
“ Why, sir
Is It ketchln'?"— Ex-
Butter—Cubes, extras, 37Jc; prime
“ Why do they call them dental par creased $15,495,947.17 since May 1,
change.
lors?”
1917, and $8,605,001.21 since March 4, firsts, 37c; prints, extras, 42c; car­
"W hy not?”
1918, according to a statement pre­ tons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 41c
W A N T E D MEN anil W OM EN In honorable
"1 should think It would be more ap­
Banks delivered.
cnt«M
pay. Sen«! utamp and r^fer»»noo propriate to call them drawing rooms.” pared by SujH'rintendent o f
E ggs—Ranch, current receipts, 34c:
in first let ter. Itaevj.iKjX Harm’s. Wavelaml. Ark.
Bennett
Saturday.
The
total
resources
—Baltimore American.
as o f May 10, this year, were $126,- candled, 35c; selects, 36c per dozen.
Poultry — Hens, 27c; broilers, 40c;
275,233.18. Savings deposits increased
Granulated Eyelids,
Proper Crops O n ly .
ducks, 32c; geese, 20c; turkeys, live,
^
l l M
Eyr» intlamcd by expo-
$4,541.609.61
and
time
certificates
o
f
People who sow seeds this year
Tulls H o w Lydia E. Pinkham ’s
M N tt Sun. Duel and Win* should be extremely careful not to deposit decreased $1,971,657.47 since 26(i/27c; dressed, 37c per pound.
Veal— Fancy, 18J(i/19c.
juickly relieved by Murine sow any seed of sedition. The crop is May 1. 1917.
Loans and discounts
V egeta b le C om poun d
fycBrmrdy. No Smarting,
Pork— Fancy, 23<«/23ic per pound.
not a paying one, ns things stand In showed an increase o f $5,125,406.73
R estored H er Health.
just Eye Comfort. At
Sack Vegetables— Carrots, $1.15 per
this country.— Pathfinder.
since a year ago.
Druggist* or by mail 50c per Bottle. Murine
sack; turnips, $1.50; parsnips, $1.25;
Tys Sains in Tube* 25c. For Book el Ike f ys
Philadelphia, Pa. — “ I wasvervweak,
It has now become settled that Mo- beets, $2.
Yes. Jim , Until You K ick In.
faCB ask Mnrlon Eye Remedy Ce.. Ckkss*
Potatoes—Oregon Burbanks, 75c(ii always tired, my back ached, and 1 felt
Jim—"Your wife does know how to lalla is to he the site for the new fac­
sickly most o f the
dress, old man. You have to hand it tory of the Molalla Fire Clay company, $1 per hundred; new California, 10c I '
time. I went to a
to her for that."
work on the erection o f which will be per pound; sweet potatoes, 10c per
doctoc
and he said
Titn—"Yes, and also foot the bills." started at once. Citizens o f Molalla pound.
I had nervous indi­
j — Exchange.
Onions—Jobbing prices, l(« /ljc per
have raised the money for the purchase
gestion, which ad­
of a 27-acre tract located between the pound.
ded to my weak
It W ould Be.
Southern Pacific and the Willamette
condition kept me
Cattle—
June
1,
1918.
"I have a letter from BUI, who is Valley Southern railways. Dishes will
worrying
most o f
somewhere In France, and ho says he be the first articles manufactured, al­ Prime steers.................... $13.40(/i 14.50
the tim e— and he
G« xk 1 to choice steers.. . . 12.600(13.00
has such trouble In learning French.”
said if I could not
"Yes. I dare say his difficulties 111 though it is the plan to manufacture Medium to good steers.. 10.50(iz 11.50
stop that, I could
other
lines
later.
The
clay
mine
is
lo­
speaking to the natives are pro­
Fair to metlium steers . . lO.OOfidl.OO
not get well. I
cate«! seven miles south o f Molalla and Common to fair steers .. 8.50(<( 9.50
P. N. U
No. 23. 1918
nounced."— Exchange.
heard so muchabout
auto trucks will be used to convey the Choice cows and heifers. 10.50(iz 11.50
LydiaE. Pinkham’s
day to the factory. This will be the Com. to good cows and hf 6.50(i/' 8.50
V e g e ta b le Com-
only factory o f its kind west o f the Canners............................
iund mv husband wanted me to trv it.
3.50(«i 5.50
Mississippi river.
took
felt a little ■
bet­
t i it fora week and ...................
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Bulls..................................
6.50(fil0.00
A. J. Johns««n, of Corvallis, was in Calves.......................... .. 8.50(^12.00 ter. I kept it up for three months, and
1 feel tine and can eat anything now
Toledo Saturday en route to his spruce Stockers and feeiiers. .. 8.00(1(10.00 without distress or nervousness.
M rs.
sawmill on the Lower Siletz at Mill-j
Hogs—
J. W o r t h l i n e , 2842 North Taylor S t ,
port. Mr. Johns«>n says his mill has Prime m ixed................ . $17.50(i/17.65 Philadelphia Pa.
cut an«l shipped 11 cargoes o f airplane Medium mixed............
17. 35(« i 17.45
The majority of mothers nowadays
spruce t«> Vancouver since it began Ri'ugh heavies............ . 16.15(iil6.35 overdo, there are so many demands
operation, a short time ago. Hi is in i P igs.
15.0(ki/16.00 | upon their time and strength; the result
need o f more boats, as the spruce lum- Bulk.
17.35 is invariably a weakened, run-down,
nervous condition with headaches, back­
ber on hand is greater than the present
Sheep—
transportation facilities can handle. Prime spring lambs.
$17.00/«/17.50 ache, irritability and depression — and
Plop.
sxm more serious ailments develop
It is the opinion that Mr. Ji'hnson has Heavy lambs............ .
16.50017.00 11 is at such periods in life that Lydia E.
sent «*ut more spruce airplane stix'k Yearlings................. .
12.50/./13.00 1 inkham’s Vegetable Compound will
than all other agencies combined since W ethers.............................. 11.60(1(12.00 j
restore a normal healthy condition, t_
■ the drive started in this country.*
Ewes.................................. 10.00ÇÎ 10. SO j it did to Mrs. Worthline.
t . M. CKONKH1TE,
FRED DUNDEE
White Leghorn Baby Ghix
W E LD IN G
R. G. Woodward, of Hill City, Kan.,
arrived in Baker, Monday to visit his
brother, M. R. Woodward, a mining
mar.. This is the first time the broth­
ers have met in 36 years since M. R.
Woodward left Hill City to come west
I in 1882.
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