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: . STATE NEW S 4 . BUILDING BIG FRUIT
P D T r ir
t in t
Awarded GRAND PRIZE at th« P. P. I. E.
Reg. U.S. P a t . O f f
Unusual Activity Being Manifested at
K eep Kids Kleen
T h e most practical, healthful, playtime
Points in the Wenatchee V a lle y -
Pendleton was selected as the next
garments ever invented for child*«« I to
8 years of age. M ade in one piece with
Plan Community Packing.
! meeting place o f the Oregon Retail
drop back. EasJy slipped on or off.
Jewelers’ association, which closed its
Easily washed. N o tight elastic bands
to stop circulation. M ade in blue
annual convention in Salem Saturday,
Wenatchee, Wash. — Preparations1
Young Women and Men
denim, and genuine blue and white
O n e hu n d red and s ix ty -fiv e R oom s, all M odern
dates of the convention
hickory stripes A lso lighter weight,
im p r o v e m e n ts: fr e e p h on es on e v e r y floor.
K u siness cr ie s f o r tra in ed m in d s.
G ra s p y o u r ,
for handling the 1918 apple crop in the j
fast-color material in a variety or
o r t u n it y . E n orll n ow in N o r t h w e s t 's b ijo re st W i t h t h o s e O I t h e K o U f l u l i p .
Rate«: 75c to $1.50 per day: $2 .5 0 to o b p u p sin
upper Wenatchee valley are manifest
p l e a s i n g d e s ig n s , all approon-
ess co lle g e . H eh n k e- W alk er. P o rtla n d . F re e i
'ateiy trimmed with f a s t - c o l o r
C a ta lo g.
Sleek, fattened and conspicuous for ed in unusual building activities which
$5.00 per week.
gaiatea. A l l garments m a d e in
O p p o s ite C ou rth ou se. 2 b lo ck s fro m P ostoffice . ---------------------------------------------------------- its style and class, the cream o f Union will greatly increase the warehousing
Dutch neck with elbow sleeve»
F ire P r o o f. S. P and O re g o n K lectric p a ss d o o r.
or high neck and long sleeves,
and storage facilities and materially
i Folder (in colors showing dif
Passe(T in proud review
_____________ _____________ before 3000 admiring spectators Thurs- j assist the growers’ and shippers’ or-
ferent materials sent f r e e on
Bought, Sold. Rented .n d Repaired day afternoon at Union as the feature ganizations in coping with labor and
Veal, Pork, Beef,
W A I .K E R E L E C T R IC W O R K S
o f the opening day of the 1918 stock car shortage.
In addition to large
$1.25 the suit
Poultry, Butter, Egg*
B u rn sid e , c o r . 10th.
P ortla n d . Ore.
classic o f the Northwest.
warehouses in Cashmere, Dryden, Pe-
If your dealer cannot supply you
and Farm Produce,
w e will send them, charges prepaid
shastin and Monitor, home storages
to th e O ld R elia b le E v e r d in g h ou se w ith a
on receipt of pnee, $ 1.25 each.
record o f 45 y e a rs o f S qu are D ea lin gs, and
| Governor Wityhcombe as county judge
b e a ssu red o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
W< Wist ail fM kavc. Write i t Pnces aaC kw n Taft.
' for Wallowa county to succeed G. S. tion will bring the total storage capa
F. M. CRONKHITE,
or money refunded.
4 5 -4 7 Front S tr .a t,
Portland, O regon
Reavis, who has resigned because o f city in the upper valley to approxi
A NEW SUIT
Portland. Ore., S e a ttle , W n „ B ellin g h a m . W n . ill health.
The new judge formerly mately 1200 cars, according to men
F R E E
held the position. The term o f Judge identified with the industry in the
IF THEY RIP
above localities. A feature in all o f
Reavis would have expired in 1923.
Beware of Imitations.
LEVI STRAUSS &CÛ
the new warehouses is the provision
Look for this label
SAN rPANCISCO. CAI,.
Edward B. Hayes walked 96 miles, which is being made for community
M ade bv—
from Gold Beach to Marshfield, to en packing operations. Past experience
LEVI STRAUSS & CO., S o Frinciwro
ouncwiie $ urudgery.
list in the United States army, and with the community plan has firmly
No back-breaking. Thousands now in
M frs. o f * ‘ F r e e d o m - A l l s * *
use. Self wringing. Simple and prac
th e n ew ga rm en t fo r w o m e n
presented himself hoping he would be established this system as an efficient
tical. Full directions with each mop.
accepted for service. Recruiting Offi- an(j economical method o f insuring
H C FIXOTT ro«rLAJ«J.
mo «(. an BinioiNT-
am.« u m i M * i f r o v «
cer Greenup was unable to supply him uniform grade and pack.
Occasions fo r E xcitem ent.
B y buylnar d ire ct from us at w h olesa le p rices
with transportation at once, but the
and sav e th e p lu m b e r 's p rofits. W rite us to
“ Do the people of this country real
youth will leave soon.
d a y y o u r neods. W e w ill (five you o u r ro c k -
ize they are in war?” asked the visi
Buys Storage Water.
b ottom “ d ir e c t -t o -y o u " p rices, f . o. b . rail or
Salmon Lindquist and Matt Niemi,
Yakima—The Yakima Valley Canal tor.
b oat. W e a ctu a lly sav e you fro m 10 to 36 per
"I think so,” replied Miss Cayenne.
ce n t. A ll (roods iruaranteed.
j both o f whom recently arrived at As company is the first private corpora
"But they don’t seem excited over
N o rth w e s t h ea d q u a rters fo i L ea d er W a ter
toria from Butte, Mont., were arrested tion o f the valley to take advantage o f it.”
fro m h e a v y la y in g (H o g a n iz e d ) s to c k . $10.00
S y s te m s and F u ller & J oh n son E n gin es.
I by Sheriff Burns for failing to register the government’s offer to sell storage
p e r 100. W e g u a r a n te e s a fe a rriv a l.
“ No. Excitement is all right for
S T A R K -D A V IS CO.
for military service. The young men water to guard against shortage this baseball or racing. But a war is so
2 1 2 T M rd Street.
are about 25 years o f age. They are year. The stockholders voted to buy serious that it must be faced with
415 Sixth Street.
Petaluma, Cal. being held to await instructions from
2000-acre feet as a minimum, with the calm determination.” — Washington
| the Federal District Attorney’s office. privilege o f taking an additional 200 Star.
EXPELLED—every poison and lm
Remembered H i* A rith m e tic .
Immense sums subscribed to liberty more acre feet later. The purchase
C uticura Heals Eczema
purity of your
Another thing that will puzzle our loans have not affected bank deposits, price is $1 an acre foot and is made
And rashes that itch and burn. If
blood, by Dr. j soldiers is English money. One time
I’ ierce’s Golden an American who was the worse for which, on May 10, amounted to $194,- pose of avoiding losses in food produc there Is a tendency to pimples, etc.,
Medical D I b drink was traveling in a railway car- 383,998.57 in all of the banks and tion.
prevent their return by making Cuti
covery. Then riage when the guard asked for his trust companies o f the state, or an in
cura your dally toilet preparation. For
crease o f $25,172,407.28 over May 1,
there’s a clear ticket.
free samples address, “ Cuticura. Dept
s k i n and a
“ Got none! Lemme lone!” maun- 1917, according to a statement issued
Brownsville, Tex.— The Mexican Co X, Boston.” At druggists and by mall.
clean system, j dered the Yank.
by Superintendent o f Banks Bennett.
Tetter, S a l t
The guard took out his ticket sched-
operative League, to work with the Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.—Adv.
A total of 54,741 motor vehicles United States employment bureau in
rheum, Ecze- ule.
N o t L ike V aud eville.
ma. Erysipelas, Boils, Carbuncles, En- j " Fi1ve antl slx- Please,” repeated the were registered by June 1 this year, contracting for Mexican labor for agri
“ Don’t you like grand opera in vau
according to a statement issued by cultural purposes on both sides o f the
larged Glands, Swellings, and all Blood
The total fees re border, has been formed here, it]was deville? Sometimes the voices are
and Skin Diseases, from a common '
Whzat? , ‘>“ erle? the
? nAe th
year were $403,- announced Wednesday.
blotch or eruption to scrofula, are
“ I like that part. But it seems
677.50, as compared to 38,242 vehicles o f the league will be to interpret into funny— ’”
benefited by it.
registered for the first six months of Spanish all contracts and see that
In building up needed flesh and
strength or pale, puny, scrofulous chil move long to ze next boy.”
last year, and $152,459.50 in fees re there shall be no misunderstandings
“ To have a singer go through three
dren, nothing can equal it. In liquid or
ceived for the same period.
songs without any change in costume.”
tablet f-.irin. Tablets 60c.
James T. Chinnock, superintendent ment in the United States.
FOR GOOD H E A L T H A N D LONG
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets are best for liver,
o f water division No. 1, comprising
L IF E
and stomach. One little Pellet
counties west o f the Cascades, has re
U. S. Not to Fix Prune Prices.
Do not eat meat more than once a
for a laxative—three for a cathartic.
day. Drink plenty of pure water, ex
signed, effective July 15. Governor
Washington D. C.— Senator McNary
ercise outdoors and take a pleasant
Withy combe has announced that he is advised by the Food administration
laxative at least once a week. Such
will appoint Percy A. Cupper to suc that it does not contemplate fixing the
Extract from the Plunkville Ga
a one Is made of May apple, root of
ceed Mr. Chinnock.
Mr. Cupper is price o f prunes for commercial trade- zette: “ We recently heard the town
Jalap, juice of aloes, sugar coated, and
band render the ‘Marseillaise’ for the
the Republican nominee and now as
first made up and sold as Dr. Pierce’s
first time. It is a stirring air. W e pre
sistant state engineer, as well as sec
Pleasant Pellets—nearly fifty years
Any corn, whether retary o f the Desert Land board.
dict it will become popular.”
hard, soft or between the toes, will
The fourth band saw has just been j
loosen right up and lift out without
N ot Much.
a particle of pain or soreness.
put into peration by the Chelsea Box I
"Boss, I’m hungry.”
Got U* Guessing
“ Hunger makes a fine sauce.”
This drug Is called freezone and 1* j company at Klamath Falls. This com-
“ YVe should never judge a man by
a compound of ether discovered by a pany which was launched less than a j Wheat— Bulk basis for No. 1 grade:
“ But what good is a sauce without
“ And a woman Is even more diffi- i Inclnnatl man.
year ago, now has a force o f 50 to 60 j Hard white, $2.05. Soft white, $2.03. something solid to go with It?”
Ask at ai*y drug store fur a small men and is fast building up its busi- j White club, $2.01. Red Walla, $1.98.
cult to size up with no other data to
bottle of freezone, which will cost but
No. 2 grade, 3c less; No. 3 grade, 6c
A L L E N ’S FOOT E ASE F O R TH E TROOPS.
a trifle, but Is sufficient to rid one’s ! ness. Orders are being received faster less. Other grades handled by sample.
S h a k en in to th e sh o e s a n d s p rin k le d in th e f o o t -
it (rives re st an d c o m fo r t , ta k e s th e fr ic t io n
feet of every corn or callous.
Flour — Patents, $10 per barrel; fr o m th e sh o e and p r e v e n t s b liste rs a n d s o re
The Proper Place.
Put a few drops directly upon any | resentatives say they have not been
"The old sailor told me he raised tender, aching corn or callous. In | handicapped by car shortage at any whole wheat, $9.60; graham, $9.20; | s p o ts . M a k e s w a lk in g e a sy . A c c e p t n o s u b s t i
tu te . S o ld e v e r y w h e r e . 26c.
chickens on his vessel.”
barley flour, $firstname.lastname@example.org; rye Pour,
stantly the soreness disappears and time.
“ I suppose he did it In the hatch- shortly the corn or callous will loosen
(¡email@example.com; corn meal, white, $6.50;
More to the Point.
The first real summer weather o f j yellow, $6.25 per barrel,
and can be lifted off with the fingers.
Berlin’s vehicles of all sorts are said
Millfeed— Net mill prices, car lots: to have gone to rack and ruin. YYrhat
This drug freezone doesn't eat out the season arrived this week and the
T h a t’* W hy.
tho corns or callouses but shrivel* Heppner farmers and stockmen are Bran, $30.00 per ton; shorts, $32; we’re waiting for is the collapse of
"My dear, you certainly have a very them without even irritating the aur- pleased. While rain is beginning to
middlings, $39; mixed cars and less 1 the kaiser’s band wagon.— Detroit
l>e needed, but little damage has been than carloads, 50c more; rolled barley, News.
"YVell, don’t you keep It up to the | rounding skin.
Just think! No pain at all; no sore- done by lack of moisture. Sheepmen $75(/z'76; rolled oats, $73.
grindstone all the time?"— Exchange.
T he O th er K ind.
ness or smarting when applying It or
busy getting their sheep to the
Com— Whole, $77 per ton; cracked,
It * Advantage*.
n i v T freezone
y° U; him
( d ru order
* * Bt , f ° » * ! mountains this week, and farmers are $78.
It for . .
. . .
“ Is the weather service paying?”
“ Ceiling, no; floor.”— New Haven
“ It's bound to have a raise in it, if
[tected to l>e the biggest harvest ever Eastern Oregon timothy, $29@30 per
it's only the mercury or an umbrella.”
I gathered in Morrow county.
ton; valley timothy, $25@26; alfalfa,
"Job had wonderful patience.”
Petitions asking for the immediate $24(0 24.50; valley grain hay, $22;
"Yes. But Job never had to listen
P ractical Husband.
o f County Commissioner clover, $19(1/ 20.00; straw. $9.00(/z 10.
to a lot of camouflaged German propa
Butter— Cubes, extras, 37$c; prime
“ Y man has Just telegraphed me gandists.”— YYashlngton Star.
Archie P. Phillips and County Judge
that he has married my daughter.”
James Watson are being circulated in firsts, 37c; prints, extras, 42c; car
“ Is he a good, practical tiian?"
North Bend and are being freely tons, lc extra; butterfat, No. 1, 41c
K in d ly Student.
“ I guess he is. He wired me col
“ How's your boy Josh getting along signed. The movement is the result delivered.
Eggs—Ranch, current receipts, 34c:
with his studies?"
of action taken at a recent meeting of
"Pleasantly,'" replied Farmer Oorn- the newly-formed Coos County Tax candled, 35c; selects, 36c per dozen.
Poultry — Hens, 27c; broilers, 40c;
tossel. "He don't bother ’em none.” League, at which alleged mismanage
ment o f county affairs and extravagant ducks, 32c; geese, 20e; turkeys, live,
expenditure o f county funds were 26(//27c; dressed, 37c per pound.
Canton. Ohio.— “ I suffered from a
Suiting H er.
Pork— Fancy, 23(<z23Je per pound.
female trouble which caused me much
“ Gossipy Mrs. Gaddy told me the charged.
Sack Yr’egetables— Carrots, $1.15 per
suffering, and two
other day she had u car which suited
The Nominate McNary Senator com sack: turnips, $1.50; parsnips, $1.25;
that 1 would have
“ Then it must be a runabout."—Ex- mit tin*. through its chairman. T. B.
Snap 25c. Oialmal ?5c Jt SiV v
Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks, 75c (n
to go through an
Neuhausen, has filed an expense state
> lull 1 * 0 .
operation before I
ment showing expenditures of $9321.48 $1 per hundred; new California, 10c
could get well.
M atrim on ial M athem atics.
for their candidate at the recent pri per pound; sweet potatoes, 10c per
“ Mymother, who
He— You know, my dear. X is an
had be*a helped by
1 Sore F\»*s, F et Inltamnl b\
Onions—Jobbing prices, l ( d l jc per
S u n , O u » t .nul U'i/ti/ijiiiikly unknown quantity
Lydia E. Pinkham’s
YY'ith the fund for special agents ex pound.
She—I certainly do. I haven’t seen
re lic tisl t’\ Murin«
Ki> ;t ir
V e g e t a b l e Com
C V e u t L , , S A i u l i l
hausted, Governor YVithyeombe will
one since I married you. —Exchange.
pound, advised me
iN o S a a r tin f,J u t l I fC o rn h -it
invest each member o f the Military
to try it before sub
N ot Quite So Good.
Police with such authority and provide Prime steers..................... $14.00(u 15.00
Murine Fye Remedy ^ , T
mitting to an opera
■ y « * « !» • . I« Tut*««
"What did papa do when you asked him with a special agents’ star to en
tion. It relieved me
Aik M a r i n e
K r m r d r C o .. C h i« « « »
him to give you my hand?”
force the prohibition law.
It is un- Med ium to good steers.. 1 l.COfrf 12.00
from my troubles
He— He put down his foot.- -Baltl dorstood that the State Police already Fair to medium steers .. 10.50(u 11.50 so I can do m y house work without any
P. N. U.
No. 24, 1918
have been responsible for apprehend- Common U> fair steers . . 9.00(u 10.00 difficulty. I advise any woman who i*
-------- ing a number o f bootleggers and it is Choice cows and heifers. 11.00f/i 12.001 afflicted with female troubles to give
the intention o f the executive to use Com. to good cows and hf 6.50 (if 8.50 Lydia E. Pinkhani’s Vegetable Com
4.00(<i 6.00 pound a trial and it will do as much for
members of that body extensively in Canners............................
10.00 t h e m .” — Mrs. M a r i e B oyd , 1421 5th
suppressing illicit liquor sales.
Calves................................ 8.60^12.001 S t . N. H , Canton, Ohio.
Sometimes there are serious condi
Umatilla countv mu«t foreg*1! the Stocker? and f w k r s , . , ,
tions where a hospital operation is the
use o f all white flour until the next
only alternative, but on the other hand
grain crop is on the market.
Grocers Prime m ixed..................... $16.75<<i 16.85 so many women have been cured by this
representing the entire county met in Medium m ixed................ 16.35(«f 16.65 famous root and herb remedy. Lydia E.
Pendleton YVednesday, organized and Rough h eav ies................ 15.75(<i 15.85 1 I’inkham’s Y'egetable Compound, after
| made a pledge to sell no more white Pigs.................................... 15.50((i 15.75 doctors have said that an operation was
flour until harvest. The only excep Bulk...................................
16.75 necessary — every woman who wants
APPLY AT A N Y
to avoid an operation should give it a
tion will he to sheepmen in remote
fair trial before submitting to such a
• HOCH M O ICAN I
der a county fix'd administrator's or Heavy lambs.................... 16.00/u 16.50
i o n i ca
I f complications exist, write to Lydia
der. they can get a limited quantity o f Yearling*.......................... lO.OO/itll.OO, E. Pinkham Medicine Co.. Lynn. Mass.,
SERVICE UNDER TH IS EMBLEM
, mixed flour containing 50 per cent o f Wethers............................ 10.00ftfl0.50 j for advice. The result o f many years
7.00ftf 9.50 I experience is at your service.
S H IP
Hides, Pelts ,1
W ool & Mohair
White Leghorn Baby Chix
GIVE THIS MAN
THE GOLD MEDAL
NORTHWEST MARKET REPORT
HOW MRS. BOYD
Clear Your Skm
While You Sleep r
with C u ticu ra )}
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for U.S.Marine Corps recruits.