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Inrcstifale Cwu'ractwa »1 lour. Ore. and MiHon. Ore.
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L e w i« B u ild in g
Sixth and Everett Sts.. Portland. Ore.
Four blocks from Union Deoot. Two blocki
from New i'oatoffice. Modern and fireproof
Over 100 outside room». Rate« 76c to 12.00.
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Young Women and Men
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opportunity. Enorll now in Northwout’s ¡*lKki'*Mt
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Ready and W illing.
Tho village idiot Raped so long at
the village grocer that the worthy man
“ Look here, what you starin’ at? If
you can find a man homelier than your-
st-ir, kill him !”
The villago idiot went in search of
a man uglier than himself, and one
day he found one.
He tapped him on the shoulder.
‘T v e got to kill you,” he said, smil
ing amiably. "You're homelier than
The stranger turned and looked at
the other for a full minute.
"Am I?” he said "Then for good
ness sake, kill m e!”— New Idea.
To keen dean and healthy take Dr.
I’ierce’s Pleasant I'ellets. They regu
late liver, bowels and stomach.
A Fatal Mistake.
” 1 was once a successful physician,”
remarked a seedy looking individual
In a railway carrlago to a fellow trav
eler, "with a large practice; but ow
ing to one little slip, my patients left
me, and now I live from hand to
“ What was the slip?”
"W ell, sir," replied the ex physician,
"in filling a death certificate for a pa
tient who hud died I absent tnlndedly
signed my name in the space headed,
'Cause of d e a th !'”— Exchange.
AS A S U P P O R T for exhausted, nerv
ous, overworked wo
men, nothing can do
as much as Doctor
P i e r c e ' s Favorite
Prescription. It reg
ulates and assists all
tions, never conflicts
with them, and it
(Conducted by National Council o f the
Boy Scouts o f Am erica.)
a n d
APPLY A T A N Y
builds up the female
system in a way of
PO ST O F F IC E
•ALL OUGHT TO BE SCOUTS’'
E N O C H M O R G A N 'S
Nursing mothers and women gen
*Tf I had my way,” says Edward Bok, erally, w ill find it exactly fitted to
SERVICE UNDER T H IS EM B LEM
“ I would huve every boy on his twelfth their needs. It lessens the pains and
birthday become a boy scout. I know burdens, and ensures healthy, vigorous
o f no single Idea in our modern life offspring.
You w ill escape many ills and clear
D andruff and Itching.
that has in it so many possibilities for
To restore dry, falling hair and get rid
the development o f the best qualities up the coated tongue, the sallow com
plexion, the dull headache, the lazy
in a boy as the scout idea.
o f dandruff, rub Cuticura Ointment
liver, if you w ill take a pleasant laxa Novelist Robert Herrick of Chicago.
"It has been the making o f several tive made up of the May apple, juice “ But we have no great reverence for Into scalp. Next morning shampoo with
Cuticuru Soap and hot water. For
boys that I know ; It has awakened of the leaves of aloes, root of jalap, the arts here.
“ I know an author whose w ife was free samples address, ‘‘Cuticura, Dept.
even a larger mtinber. My own boy is and called “ Pleasant Pellets.”
X, Boston.” A t druggists and by mail.
a scout, and so I speak from personal can obtain at almost any drug store in once asked at a tea:
“ ‘Your husband is a writer, is he
this country these vegetable pellets in
Soap 25, Ointment 25 and 50.— Adv.
“ The scout idea fits Into these busy vials for twenty-five cents— simply ask
T h e L im it.
days for fathers with particular force, for Doctor Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets.
" What does he write for?’
since where the father cannot give us Sold for fifty years.— Adv.
“ ‘Goodness knows' I guess it’s a
Tw o colored men were overheard
much attention to his boy us in normal
disease.’ ”— Exchange.
deep in a discussion of various phases
times, or l i away from home on serv
of dumbness. Finally, after a number
Fasting to Induce Dreams.
Under a new system of treating
ice, the scoutmaster comes in wuh his
of illustrations had been cited, one
steadying influence in u peculiarly hap- seed oats to prevent smut, which is
Fasting for the purpose of inducing
recommended as a great labor saver dreams may be traced back to a very capped the climax by observing with
great seriousness, “ Yes, suh, dat nig
“The entire fundamental structure by experts at Perdue university, a so early period. And the foremost be ger wuz dat dumb dat when he died
lution of one pint of formaldehyde lievers in dreams were our own pic
o f good citizenship lies in the id e a : with one pint of water, is mixed,
and dey opened his haid at de morgue
obedience, u respect for authority and which is enough to treat seed for 20 turesque Indians. History tells us of dey found his brain hadn’t never been
himself, consideration for the other fe l acres. This is applied with an atom certain tribes who enjoined rigorous used.”
low, honor, courtesy, and a love of izer sprayer. The seed may be sown fasting among children from a very
early age, during which time special
O p tim istic T h o j g h t.
country. Where is títere u better secu within five hours or it may be stored attention was paid to their dreams.
lar code than this to instill into a boy and kept until sowing time.
The offender feareth retribution, but
smut treatment may be made now as
the innocent feareth fortune.
Simple But Good Advice.
the seed w ill not get damp enough to
“ Don’t bother too much,” said Uncle
freeze and spoil. A fter treatment it
S CO UTS IN R E A L W A R W O R K .
should be covered with disinfected Eben, “ 'bout puttin’ yoh bes’ foot for
sacks or tarpaulin to keep the fumes ward. Jes’ keep both feet movin’ till
Eye* inflamed by expo
The Boy Scouts o f America is at work.— Farm Life.
you gits whar you’s g ’ine to.”
growing at the rute o f 1,200 a duy. A
Happiness in Love of Books.
regiment o f youngsters is being re
corded each 24 hours at the national
No matter what his rank or position
just Eye Comfort. At
headquarters in New York city. There
may be, the lover of books is the rich Druggists or by mail SOc per Bottle.
in Tubes 25c. For Book
est and happiest of the children of
are now 353,048 o f these scouts twelve
years old and over.
Tells how to loosen a sore,
Tlie reason is that the government
tender corn so it lifts
has given the boys who are scouts
out without pain.
many real things to do to help win the
war, and they have found out tliut us
scouts they cun have a definite and
N o humbug!
Any corn, whether
clearly recognized part to play In the
hard, soft or between the toes, will
winning o f it.
loosen right up and lift out without
While oilier boys are simply tossing
a particle o f pain or soreness.
their hats up or cheering from the
This drug is called freezone and is
“ side lines,” the Boy Scouts o f Amer a compound o f ether discovered by a
ica is being called upon by the presi Cincinnati man.
dent, the secretary o f the treasury,
Ask at any drug store for a small
tlie war department, the food adminis bottle of freezone, which w ill cost but
tration and other branches o f tlie gov a trifle, but is sufficient to rid one’s
ernment, the Red Cross, the Liberty feet o f every corn or callous.
Put a few drops directly upon any
loan committees and all factors in
tender, aching corn or callous. In
winning the war.
stantly the soreness disappears and
shortly the corn or callous w ill loosen
A S S E M B L Y IN T H E C A M P .
and can be lifted o ff with the fingers.
This drug freezone doesn’t eat out
the corns or callouses but shrivels
them without even irritating the sur
Just think! No pain at all; no sore
ness or smarting when applying it or
If your druggist don’t
have freezone have him order It for
The Packer’s Bill
for Live Stock
Mr. nacon— W hat’s the baby crying
Mrs. Bacon— W hy, the poor little
thing has both hands in her mouth
and she hasn’t any place to put her
toes.— Yonkers Statesman.
"Is your new office boy w ell be
“ What do you mean by ‘generally’ ?”
"N o t particularly.” — Boston Tran
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where; let your hook lie always hung
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United StHtes is commander in chief
of the army and navy. Tho members
of Ids cabinet are responsible to him
personally, not to congress. None of
them may lie removed without ills con
" ‘■nt. except by impeachment.
Join N ow !
President’ * Power Supreme.
Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
for U.S.Marine Corps recruits.
Scout Routine 1« Rigidly Observed at
the Summer Gatherings.
W H A T T H E BOY S C O U T S DO.
The world Interest lu the boy scout
movement challenges the Intelligent
understanding o f every one, and yet
many people still ask “ What is scout
ing?" atul “ What do boy scouts do?”
The boy scout idea Is a movement
rattier than an organization. It alms
to supplement existing organizations
such ns the home, church nnd school
by engaging the boys’ leisure energies
In outdoor games and activities o f
cultural and practical value.
The aim o f the scout movement 1«
to inculcate character, which, though
utlal to success In life, la not
taught within the school, nnd being
largely a matter o f environment Is too
4 generally left to chance, often with
deplorable results. The scout m ove
1 incut endeavors to supply the required
environment and ambitions through
games and outdoor activities, which
lead a boy to become a better man, a
Told by Herself. H er Sin
cerity Should Con
Christopher. 111. — “ For four years I
suttered from irregularities, weakness.
nervousness, a n d
was in a run down
condition. Tw o of
our best, d o c t o r s
failed to do me any
good. 1 heard so
much about what
Lydia E. Pinkham s
V e g e t a b l e Com
pound had done for
others. 1 tried it
and was cured, i
am no longer ner
vous. am regular,
a n d in excellent
health. I believe the Compound will
cure any female trouble.
Mrs. A u c e
H f . l i . k r . Christopher, 111.
Nervousness is often a symptom o f
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For the first six months of our
April 30, 1918. Swift & Company paid for
DRESSED WEIGHT LBS.
For the same
period in 1917 1,338,300,000
T n r r p ii^ p
W eight 16y2% 220,300,000
in cost 54%
Bill for Meat
must necessarily have increased
correspondingly, as Live Stock
prices and meat prices fluctuate
When the producer gets high
orices for his live stock, the con
sumer's meat bill must neces
sarily be larger.
Year Book of interesting and
instructive facts sent on request.
Address Swift & Company,
Union Stock Yards. Chicago. Illinois
Swift & Company, U.S. A.