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H A R V E S T AT W A L L A W A L LA
B U S I N E S S
D IR E C T O R Y
Hot Weather and Winds Rapidly
en Fields o f Grain.
PEACE SMASH OF DOCTOR ORGED
Walla Walla.— Temperature of close
In stead I took L ydia E. Pink-
! to 100 degrees In the field, with a
h a m ’s V eg etab le C om pound
north wind blowing, Las rapidly ripen-
Northwest School 1'umlture Co., 244 3rd ! ed the wheat this week and many out-
an d W as C u red .
St. Everything for schools. Also theatre
chairs, church furniture. Folding chairs | fits will take the field to commence
Baltimore. Md.— “ Nearly four years
I harvest. The lack of rain in the last
Fuller's Telegraph School, I anarna Bid., few weeks has prevented the grain
I suffered from organic troubles, ner
Qualifies you for $65 to $86 positions in
vousness and head
short time. W rite for catalogue.
from filling out. This is especially
aches and e v e r y
MISS DECKER’S Private Business Col true of spring grain.
month would have to
lege. Allsky Bldg., 3d & Morrison Sts.
stay in bed most o f
Estimates made by farmers are that
the yield will be about the same as
ments would relieve
W ill teach you the trade In 8 weeks.
me for a time but
Pay you while learning, get you a posi a little less.
my doctor was al
tion. 234 Burnside St. B
Fall sown wheat will yield fairly
ways urging me to
well, however. There will be lots of President Believes Germany W illing to
P H Y S IC A L T H E R A P E U T IC S
lave an operation.
wheat harvested in the valley, but the
My sister asked me
I>r. It. A. Phillips, 906 Broadway Bldg. grain w ill not be as well divided
Give Up on West Front I f She
Disorders of the stomach, liver, kidneys,
.to try Lydia E. Pink-
bowels, goitre, high blood pressure and among the farmers as last year, when
h a m’s Vegetable
Compound b e f o r e
E L E C T R IC -T H E R A P Y
consenting t o a n
grain was badly pinched.
'operation. I t o o k
Drs. MacPherson & Williams. No. 122'A
By the last o f this week the harvest
five bottles o f it and
Grand Ave. Acute and chronic diseases, will be well started, it is believed.
Washington, D. C.— Germany’s latest
goiter and female troubles,
it has completely
The original and only real self rheumatism,
peace offensive, the crest of which has
treated by electricity.
cured me and my
Plow Beet Fields in Fall.
apparently been reached in the speech work is a pleasure. I tell all my friends
CARBON P A P E R & T Y P E W R IT E R
R IB B O N
The separator with a real speed in
Yakima.— As it has been demon of Von Hertling before the main Reich who have any trouble o f this kind what
dicator that is good for a lifetime.
Simmons Carbon Paper Co., 609 E. 69th strated this year that fall plowing is stag committee has apparently caused Lydia E. Pinkham’s V egetable Com
North. All kinds of carbon paper, extra of distinct advantage to farmers who
pound has done for m e.” — N e l l i e B .
The light running and close skim durable
expect to grow sugar beets success only a slight ripple of Interest in the B r i t t i n g h a m , 609 Calverton Rd., Balti
A G A T E C U T T E R S 4 MFG. J E W E L E R S fully, and is o f benefit to the prepara official world here. ___________________
W rite us for catalogue.
I t is only natural fo r any woman td
Team work on the part of Austria
Jewelry and watch repairing. Miller's, tion of the ground for any crop, the
officials of the reclamation and Indian 1 is indicated in an official dispatch dread the thought o f an operation. So
US Waan 8 t . Majestic Theater Bldg.
services have decided to change their
many women have been restored to
A U T O ^ C ^ W R H E S ^ ^ ________________
regulations regarding the shutting off Sunday from Switzerland, which says health by this famous remedy, Lydia E.
44 First Street,
P O R T L A N D , ORE,
Motors, gears, bearings, wheels, axles, of irrigation water and have assured 1 reports of the repulse by allied lega- Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound, after
and trailers. We wreck all makes of cars the farmers they can make their ar : lions in Berne of an alleged Austrian an operation has been advised that it
and sell their parts at half price. David
rangements this fall not only for fall peace emissary have been confirmed will pay any woman who suffers from
Modes Co., N. Broadway and Flanders.
T d P I 501 E P 5 A U T O B E D
such ailments to consider trying it be
plowing, but for fall seeding as well.
A C E T Y L E N E L IG H T IN G SYSTEMS.
fore submitting to such a trying ordeal.
Indian Agent Don M. Carr is also by the Journal of Geneva.
According to the reports, an Aus
working to have tl.e terms of Indian
Pilot Generators Installed. All kinds of
People to Avoid.
.Supplies. J. W. Clancy 333 E. Morrison 8t. leases lengthened from three to eight trian from the pacifist party of Pro
years that farmers may plan their fessor Lammaseh presented himself at
"Some people,” said Uncle Eben,
work to better advantage. It is shown several legations of the allied powers “ regards givin’ good advice as a form
K A N T K IC K K R A N K
FOR FORD CARS: — K A N T - K IC K - conclusively in the valley this year j at Berne, but in no case was he re of amusement, same as telling funny
K ltA N K can lie attached to Ford cars by that beets sown early on fall plowed ceived.
w State Representative
anyone In 15 minutes. When uttached
Professor Lammaseh on several for
can crank your car with absolutely ground have not blighted and w ill
P O R T L A N D , ORE.
66 Sixth St.,
mer occasions is said to have made A T AN E N D — the “ female complaints”
. no fear of kick back. Ask your llurd- make a very heavy tonnage.
wure ur Garage man about tt. If your
peace overtures to representatives of
and weaknesses that make
S le e p o n y o u r S e a t C u s h io n s . | local dealer cannot supply you, write
the allied countries.
woman’s life a misery. They
direct for prices und full Information.
No official cognizance is being given
AGENTS W ANTED.
are relieved by Dr. Pierce’s
Compact Fit» under the rear »eat.
C. A. CLOYED,
here to the latest peace speech of Ger
Favorite Prescription. For
6933 46th Ave. 8. E., Portland, Oregon.
Write for circulars.
man Chancellor von Hertling.
all the derangements, disor
The chancellor’s statement that his
ders, and diseases peculiar
Agents Write for Special Offer
to the sex, this is the only
Portland— Wheat— Bulk basis, Port willingness to discuss peace was shar
remedy certain to benefit.
land for No. 1 grade: Hard wheat— ed by the chief of the army adminis
F IV E D A Y S ' FREE T R I A L on guar
It’s a legitimate medicine
Bluestem, Karly Bart, Allen Galgulus, tration was regarded as the first peace
ante** I Rebuilt ma-
expression attributed to the military
woman, carefully adapt-
chinos. W e are al-
ed to her delicate organiza-
Palouse Bluestem. Fortyfold, White leaders. More definite peace proposals
ho ujfcntH for the
tion. and never conflicting
Valley, Gold Coin, White Russian, from the German government would
with any of her conditions.
$2.03. White Club—Little Club, Jen not be unexpected.
W rit«1"fur I tool. let.
President Wilson is known to be
It regulates and promotes
kins’ Club, W hite Hybrids, Sonora,
$2.01. Red Tv diia—Red Russian, Red lieve that Germany Is bent on gaining all the proper functions, builds up and
Rebuilt Typtwnlcr Co.,
Hybrids, Jones Fife, Coppel, $1.98. No. control of Russia and would w illingly invigorates the entire system, and re
304 Oak it.. I’.rlUto, 0« I
2 grade, 3c less; No. 3 grade, 6c less. give up everything on the western stores health and strength.
front to accomplish that purpose.
Are you weak, nervous and ailing,
Other grains handled by samples.
or "run-down” and overworked? Then
Flour— Patents, ?i0; valley, $9.60;
Amsterdam. — A semi-official tele it will bring you special help. It’s the
whole wheat, $9.60; graham, $9.20;
barley flour, $11 per barrel; rye flour, gram received here Sunday from Vien mother’s friend. It lessens pain and
insures life of both mother and child.
$11.50; cornmeal, $10.60011.40; corn na says:
‘Th ere have been many rumors late
The complete Electric Light and
Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription
Pow er Plant
Millfeed— Net millfeed prices, car- ly that Austro-Hungarian agents in has a rerord of years of cures. It is
Clean, safe electric light and power
lots: Bran, $30 per ton; shorts, $32; Spain and Switzerland have been the most potent invigorating tonic and
at the touch of a convenient button.
middlings, $32; mixed cars and less seeking to establish contact with en strengthening nervine known to medi
Investigale (o n H i action a l lone. Ore., and M ilton, Ore.
than carloads 50c more; rolled barley, tente emissaries with a view to mak cal science. It is made of the glyceric
ing overtures for peace. A ll such ru extracts of native medicinal roots
0 75; rolled oats, $69.
FRANK C. BURRELL CO. $74 Corn—
found in our forests and contains not
Whole, $73; cracked, $74 per mors are unfounded.”
a drop of alcohol or harmful drugs.
O REG O N
PO R T L A N D .
idnTbal E A TO IN X Z © % & — VB
Hay— Buying prices, f. o. b. Port
V E T O $2.40 B U S H E L W H E A T Sol
Sold in Tablet or Liquid form by deal
land: Eastern Oregon timothy, $32<fj>
ers. Tablets 60c.— Adv.
33 per ton; valley timothy, $27028;
alfalfa, $24024.50; valley grain hay, President Wilson Declares Farmers’
MODERN APPLIANCE CO.. Sfatile, Wn.
$24026: clover, $21; straw, $9010.
Alcohol From Sawdust.
W ithM t Bath
Loyalty Is Above Price.
TWfrt a ilfiJrt i» « m i Im il»««. liras» wtitr us
Blitter— Cubes, extra, 45c; prime
Experiments have shown that a ton
firsts, 44c; prints, extras, 47048c;
of dry sawdust will yield with proper
U js a
$ 1 .5 0
cartons, 102c extra; butterfat. No. 1,
treatment twenty to twenty-five gal
.. A >*
Willi Bath 47061c per pound delivered Portland;
FVERYTMiNG FOR THE O F FIC E
$28,000,000 annual agricultural appro lons of 95 per cent ethyl or grain alco
203c less at stations.
O f f ic e F u r n it u r e a A p p l i a n c e s
priation bill because of its amendment
lu ll' ll.
Kggs—Oregon ranch, current re
fixing the government guaranteed min
f’ H I N T I N G E N G R A V I N G
tiO O N U IN D IN G
ceipts, 37c; candled, 41c; selects, 42*£c
imum wheat price at $2.40 a bushel,
<t AUSHAU 6080
the president informed congress that
he did not believe the farmers of
30 0 32c; ducks, young, 30c: geese and
America “ depend upon a stimulation
of price to do their utmost to serve
kjs+ m rj
Veal— Fancy, 19c per pound.
Cincinnati au th ority says corns i
Central I .(nation Beautifully Furnished
the nation and the world at this time
Pork— Fancy, 23c per pound.
dry up and lift out
COMAN t U L I N E O f S T E E L
11th and Stark.
Fruits— Cherries, 6012c per lb.;
The president said the patriotic
F l U N l i i»tv / c ts A N O S Y S T E M S
w ith fingers.
peaches, 650$1 40; new apples, $2.25
02.50 per box; loganberries, $1.75 per spirit of the farmers has been "worthy *
crate: raspberries, $3 per crate; plums of all praise and has shown them play
That grounded maxim, so rife and
One Cause of Failure.
ing a most admirable and gratifying
Ouch ! ? ! ? ! !
This kind o f rough
celebrateti in the mouths of wisest
We are fickle and uncertain, ever $2.2502.50 per box; apricots. $1.7502 part in the full mobilization of the re talk will be heard less here In town If
men, that to the public good private falling, ever liable to be disappointed per box.
people troubled with corns w ill follow
Vegetables— Tomatoes, $203.00 per sources of the country.”
respect* must yield.— Milton.
and dissatisfied, ofteu only because we
He added that the bumper crops the simple advice of this Cincinnati
crate; cabbage, 2Vi03A4c per pound;
have not realized our appointed mis
they have raised this year have re authority, who claims that a few drops
sion and its necessities.— Rev. T. T. lettuce. $2.50 per crate; cucumbers, lieved “ the anxiety of the nations ar of a drug called freezone when applied
$1.25 0 2 per dozen; garlic, 7c; pep
pers, 25 0 40c per lb.; peas, 8010c per rayed against Germany with regard to to a tender, aching corn or hardened
callous stops soreness at once, and
Young Women and Men
pound; beans, 12012c per pound; cel their food supplies.”
C uticura Complexions.
lluainnw ori«*« fur train«««! mimi*. Crimp your
Congress was informed that the soon the «Torn or callous dries up and
opportunity. Kmtrll now in North
UfKWt Nothing better than Outlcurn Soap
Sack Vegetables— Carrots, $2 per president did not believe that such lifts right o ff without pain.
IniHinoHM colleuo. llohnke Wnlkor. Portland. Frw
dally and Ointment ns needed to make ; sack;
H e says freezone dries Immediately
parsnips, inelastic price provisions as contained
in the bill could be administered in a and never inflames or even Irritates
the complexion clear, scalp clean and $1.25; beets. $2.25.
way that would be advantageous to the surrounding skin. A small bottle
Hides, P elfs, c iu .k .* Wool & Mohair hands soft and white. For free sam- : Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks. $1.50® the producer and consumer, because of freezone will cost very little at any
» . . ms a rwm I um W,a> *w hsai
T u x
they established arbitrary levels which drug store, but will positively remove
ton.” Sold by druggists and by tnnll. ! Onions— Yellow. $2.50 per sack; red ,! are quite independent of the normal every hard or soft corn or callous
THE H. T. N O R T O N C O M P A N Y ,
Portland. ,*»*.. Seattle. W n , HeiHnaham. Wit Soap 29. Ointment 25 and 90.— Adv.
from one’s fteL Millions of Am erica’s
Hops— 1917 crop, 13014« per pound; ! market conditions.
The administrative method in fixing women will welcome this announce
Wool — Eastern Oregon, 35056c; : prices, he said, has been entirely satis ment since the inauguration of the
Veal. Pork. Beef.
high heels. If your druggist doesn’t
mohair, Oregon, new clip, 55c per lb factory and should be continued".
Poultry, Butter, Egga
have freezone tell him to order a small
and Farm Produce,
bushel, the president said, would in bottle for you.— Adv. *
July 13. 1918.
to the Old KeliaUe Everdms hour* with a
record o f 4A rea r« of S*,tiarv l«eahng*. and
$12.00«! 13.00 crease the price of flour from $10.50
he aaaured o f T O P M A R K E T PRICES.
“To T hin e Ow nself Be T ru e .”
Good to choice steers..
11.00012.00 to $12.50 a barrel and would put an
additional burden of $387,000,000 this
F. M. CRONKHITE.
If a man has nothing to reproach
Medium to good steers
year on the consumers.
45-47 Erant Street,
Portland. O regon
himself with, he can bear anything.—
Seay 2Sc. C ntmvat 25c á 50c
Fair to medium steers
9.00 Such an increase in price, he said, Phillips Brooks.
■- - - » ■ ---
Common to fair steers
5.0 00 8. Oi* would force a similar increase in Can
Choice cows and heifers
8.500 9.00 adr.. thus enlarging the whole scale of
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
Mini, to good cows and hf 6.000 7.50 financial operations in this country by Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. They regu
fa n n e r s ....................
3.000' 4.50 the allied governments and affecting late liver, bowels and stomach.
6.000! 8.00; practically the entire world.
M O TO R C A R R E PA IR IN G
Stath ami Kvrrrtt St».. IVrtlamL Or«.
Four l>Wk* frt-.nt Union IV o o L Two Norie
Horse's Musical Sense.
front' N»*w t'raturtt.-<\ Modem ami i n y iu t i f
Stockers and feeders.
9.00 Yukon May Get Food C ontroller.
The musical acuteness of horses is
M A G N E T O SERVICE S T A T IO N
Dawson. Y. T.— Representations are shown by the rapidity with which cav-
CHAS. U. H O PKIN S. Manean.
Prime m ixed.............
$17.250 17.50 being made by officials to Ottawa that I alry horses learn the significance of
A U . KINDS OE
Medium m ixed.........
16.75t til7.25 a food controller should be appointed I trumpet calls.
Rough heavies ..........
16.25016.50 for the Yukon Territory, or that spe
A K m I u I . I t
15. 75<<i 16.25 cial provisions should be made for
D» kh >U
17.25 this country as has been done for
inflamed by expo
P R O M P T A T T E N T IO N
sure to S m . D m and H ad
TO A U ORDERS
$13.50(1! 14.00 saul that many regulations applicable
3uick.lv relieved by M bt H m
Broadway at Fla vadera, Portland, Or.
13.00m 13.5» to the rest of Canada are impractica
fyeBcmedy. No Smarting
juat Eye Comfort. At
’ Stalk and Hart St». Part la ad. Ora.
causes confusion in efforts to conform
° r by mail 50c per Bottle. MoriM
LOU HIMES. Manager,
8.00t« 9.00 ! local conditions to genera, food regu
P N. U.
No. 29. 1918
fys Sslve in Tube» 25c. For Bssfc al Iks Eye
to to B. SPECIAL Area or Month E w e »..........................
5.500 8.00 lations.
Anker-Holih Cream Separator
Washington Ignores Speech of
Chancellor von Hertling.
HUN MOTIVE IS S E E N
mmu b a r b e r c o u l m
THE J. C. ROBINSON CO.,
; NORTHWEST MARKET REPORTj
BULK G R A IN ELEVATOR
H u rra h !
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P r o m o tes
New Houston Hotel
j Hotel Hoyt
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