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We want your ee ihiiintente. We my rash. No dia.
count prompt remittance. We will pay tin top market
price tho day your shipment arrivea.
PAGE & RON, PORTLAND, ORE
Select Residential & Transient
15th and Yamhill, Portland. Oregon.
Modern Fireproof American Plan
Return Postage Paid
On Replated Articles
Auto Lamps and Spotlights Resilvered
OREGON PLATING CO.
174 Eat OnV, eor. Union Ave., Portland, Ore
4x6 Plrnh, of mut BABY
In lit BIRTHDAY Month
it?, A ! 'rV
US 12 3rd St.
Between Aider & Morrison
! CkT. That Fit-None Better
149 Third St
We Specialize In
Hite, Pells, Wool, Mohair, Tallow, Cascara,
Oregon Gr?pe Root Coat Skins, Horse Hair
Write for Shipping Tare 4 latest Price Llat
Portland Hide & Wool Co.
1M UNtCN IVENUl NORTH, MftTMNI, 0M00N.
Branch at I'ocatelio, Liaho
BUY THEJJ 1ST HORSE COLLAR 1HADL
All lone; rye straw stuffed
Insist on hnvlnK the collar
with the "Fish" LubeL If
your denier docs not rmndle
this brand collar, write to ui
P. SHARKEY A SON
S3 Union Av Portland, Ore.
AUTO PARTS FOR ALL GARS
At leaa than H Price. Mail ordem promptly filled
Pacific Auto Wrecking Co. Bpr& anu
Belvue Poultry Farm
Phone Tabor 3039 47th and E. Davit Street
To farmer! "nil others: We nre buyers
of large or email quantities of poultry,
lllKhist market prices pnid. Cheque
mulled eitnie day an ehipinent arrives.
No commission deducted. Ueferehcetf,
Weat Coast Natlonul liank.
Removed without Injury to the skin by Ney.Rorn
Depilatory. Sample on rwjur-Kt. Ney-Itorn Lab
oratories 610 Morgan Bid.. Portland Orwuron.
See Yellowstone and
These two wondorlands have been
reproduced in charming Illustrations
by the Union Pacific and bound In
book form with adequate description.
Both can be easily obtained and will
prove extremely entertaining as well
as Instructive. Write for copies to
Wm. McMurray, General rassenger
Agent, Plttock Block. Portland, Ore
gon, who will forward them freely to
any address upon receipt of request.
Write WUSBORO CHEMICAL CO.
Save On Your
Pip, new find Mrnndhnnd, Murk nnd ffnl
vanlzcri, berry and hop wire, RuivMnikfd
barhed wire, farm tooln. diaff suwj, black
Smithing tooSa and puiiplica.
ALASKA JUNK CO.
GET OUR PRICES
SOI Front SL l ortland. Ore.
Gold and Silver Plating.
Rend un your old Silverware, Heflector
und Mii'lral Inatrumente for riulr and
reallverinar. We eave you mmi. M. L.
Joule, 3o'4 Washington HI., 1'urtland.
paths, elnki, tolieta, b:"lne, boilers,
pipe, valves and fHtinss. l'Ucea reaaon
able Standard Plumbing A Heating Co.
East Cth and Morrison Sta. l ortlund, Or.
Set of CJQ.OO
Wa jruarantea matartal
palr.Vsi attraction of
tth. y'ar in
lh Mine location. U. S. DKN W4H. Waah-
UWo our. brcoui. Foruanu. urctfun.
Small Apartments Hurt
London. Lnrge canvases pulnted
oy old masters to hung ur" '' P
cloua walls of the rich iiuidHj mannon
are hard to "'ll In iIihso days of
pnrtmpnts and mnll hmisrs. Ilind
yreet dcnliTi say the d.-nmnd Is al
most enilrely tor mull iltures, so
that prices (requeutly are la Inverse
ktlo to size.
Postwar foflfl chan;'i are held r-
iponsible for tha poor niurket accord
OFFERS A MARKET
Complex Chang;. Saturdar, Ailulte, Week
day Matinee, 20c; Kveniiia-a, 4411. Oontinu
mn 1 In 11 p. m. Children 10 rente Ml tlmee.
Expert examination lree All work (rtmrnnteed. s.n
Bibln prices. We apeuutlize in Complete Overhauling and
ANDERSON A MAYER GARAGE A MACHINE SHOP
Moved to New Iartrer (iurii!, Hth and Iloyt. Portland
ROOT AND HERB REMEDIES
If taken In timfl, prevont operutiom for Diabetes, Catarrh. Aethmn,
Lung; Throat. Liver, Kidney, Rlieumatiiin, illood. Stomach and all
female duordors. Bladder Trouliles.
The C. Gee Wo Remedies are harm Its, a no drutfs or poison are used.
Composed of the choiwat medicinal roots, herbs, buds and bark, im
ported by us from far away oriental countries.
Call or W rite for Information
C. Gee Wo Chinese Medicine Company
New Location 262 Alder St.. S. W. Cor. Third, Portland, Oregon
KaUbliahed 23 Years in Portland.
Cut, aeom, hem and machine ck
pleat skirls ready (or band. 0J CenM
Hemetitrhinir. picotinj and tnrVlns.
EASTEEN NOVELTY MFG. 00.
85 H Fifth St. Portland, Ore.
Hemntittinntr, Huttuna Covered.
166H Tenth St., Portland
Saratary Beauty parlorl We fix you op,
we make aii kinda of Hair flood, of your
romhinics. Join our r-'hnol of Beauty Culture.
401) to 414 Dtkum Bldg., Plioua Broadway
ADOS, Portland, Oregon.
AUTO KNITTING INSTRUCTION
All machines tauelit und rerjuircd.
Yanilull, l'oriliind, utc.
BRAZING, WELDING U CUTTING
NorU.wtstWeldi.ij A Hnppljr Co., 88 lit St.
Complete Line Bottleri' Supplies
Portland UeveniKe & vy Co., 431 Stork
CUT FLOWERS k FLORAL DESIGNS
Clarke liroi., Floriiti, 267 Morrison Ht.
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS
Lo not throw away your old feather. We clean,
dye and remodel and mutch sum pies. New Flow
ern and rVatht'rn muiie to onlrr. lit) yean etitab
liHheil. We fruaruitttt nil wirk. llartutaa rsath
er 6t Flower Shop, a-4ilSi Waaninytun St.
TTnltype mnrhinw, first t'lnss urinp?, tifd
fhort time. 4&y 1ih. 1U point typ worth
$1250.00 will wicrlflr-e fur $L".o.Mt, tfima
to suit. Ameikun Typo Foundry, l'ort-
WAP.AS1V R'nmirVV. go Midion St.
TvTSCfe R A R B E R COLLEGE
Teachfs trade In 8 weeks. Borne pay
while leu rn I rig. Poxlttntm secured. Write
for catalogue. 234 Buriulde atretit, Port
The North Portland Hortte A Mule Com
pany hus 2T.Q hcixd of horxca. Thee Imisea
ar for bhIp, fxchantre, or rent, with or
without harness. We take In cuttl,
homea, or mulea In exi'haintB We rtnt
ly the dny, Wffk, or month. We nre
equipped to deliver to any part of the
rou n try on (rood romU, with our own
trurka. lnlon Klock Yards, Sorth I'uit
lund, Oregon. Kmpire 01-1.
"newspaper men 'lookTkt"th1s"
Live county weekly nunh-rn equipment
electrlrnlly operattd. Neur largest towns
on lower Columhln lilvvr. Ill health rum
Efn owner to narrlftre. Will nt-11 2-lry
ulldlttg 4x70 J living rootm and plant
or will sell plant nnd leant hutldlnp Ad
jaeent country (prowl nar rapidly $3000.00
will handle this, halunee on trms. Ad
dreps hv ro Amei'l'i'n Newpupr Ao
rlation. 4110 U. a. Nutlonal Bunk., Hldg.,
Marry if lonely; tnoat iirrmftjl 'Home
linker" ; hundred rirh; ronf iclntil ; rell
lh!e; yfara exporlcnre: dffriptioni free,
"The Rur'-ennfiil Club," Mm. Natb, Boi 668,
If you nre trnnMedwlth "AppemilHtla
or Httmnrh Trouhlr, write MHz Oompanv,
Portland, Hrejpon, fur tree lnfurniaUun in
Ptrawberry plants (Innpertetl nnd certi
fied). Oregon. Oold I loil irs, M.igoorm;
prlr e 7(tr pnr 100 prepat l, f ' eo pr l"oo
K. (, II, Timbv, Grp. J. W. Mn-rlnttn, 120
Pouth Prtnreton 8t., Portland, Oreyon.
Km pi re 11 u3.
BANKERS' AND BROKERS' SALE.
We have taken over the following- tnirka
from the Portland Motor t.'ar company
and Automotive Pi okern company,
which mtiHt he fold at mire In n. npi na
tion with the bank' truk. Purkurdu,
Nash, llcpulille, Masters, Jcnry, White,
Wlnther, Klssl, Fed.-ntl, Lodge delivery.
Comet and other mukf. All fizea, In
cluding dumpa und holtta.
Terms to Bull.
CHAPERON MOTOR CAR CO.
Cor. Grand Ave. and ulinon.
Leattuna triven tiring done,226 2nd St.
MiUer Paint Co. -Wallpaper
M'e Invito you to call nnd Iricpei t our
line of Wall Papers anil I'alnts or nrnd
ttr our free catalog. H--lri-t what you
want fmm tir line uid five morioy,
Vi Flint bt., Portland, oie.
CLEANING AND DYF.ING
for rfiiabie C'eamnv and Dye-
'n,r iwrrele to us.
,,1 W We pay return poBUorn. inform-
(roi, u -, .n,i iUun ,... .
LNKE'3 CITY DYE WORKS.,
FatAbltahed lfff). t'ort'-.id, Ore
GOING TO BUILD?
We have hundred of plann at ll'i.iw and up. Rend
ia ft etlot.'h nt Ih. hrinta. va.ii u. Bt.t u, 11.1 tanll ..tl.
mit imihtr atwinvn pUrm. No ubiiraliun except
U return plana if not auiuhie.
O. M. AKERS
Desttmirg and Drafting. ill-U Couch Buildinr.
Belvue Poultry Farm
47th and E. Davie, Portland. Ore.
V,' have the flm-at vani ty of Hrecdlnff
ftork Ht reuaopHble prkea; alku liaby
Chlkenx, for pale.
Tannd Impel lai Leghorn.
Iinii-s H train Ithode IflaT.d Ileds
Mi Connf-l Strain Itht k Miiiuit aa.
i-h-pp.iiiN H'niin AnrotiitH,
Flfhels htrain White lto ks.
White Pckln Ducka ai.d Littka.
Sale of Big Paintings
ed liuze niasterpleccs wlih tlielr niHiiy
jnnls of onnvns. Srcs of country
mansion, have hen rlwcd or sold lo
Iht newly rlih, who luvt been too
omipli'd wllli inoney iiiaklng to cart
fllmiit art, and most town huws arc
already overtllled ltb furniture and
Almost every part of the wtiult baa
COWS ON PASTURE
NEED SOME GRAIN
The common practice of feeding no
irraln to dairy cows on early pasture Is
probably not good economy In the long
run, In the opinion of workers In the
Held of annual feeding at Cornell uni
versity. They point out that pasture grass Is
a strung stimulant to milk production.
If no grain is fed the cows nre likely
to run down in flesh. This will lead to
reduced milk production later on,
ivhi'n the pastures begin to dry up,
and heavy feeding then will ordinal:!,'.'
not prevent this reduction. Cows of
average production when they go on
pasture should be fed at least one
;liird to one-hnlf of the amount of
grain they were receiving when In the
Hut the grain mixture does not need
Midi expensive high protein feeds as
llnsied oil, cottonseed meal or gluten
feed as are given during the winter
season. A mixture made up of equal
purls of whent bran, ground oats and
lioinlny or corn meal would be suit
able. A grain mixture depends upon tha
kind of roughage with which It is to
he fed. Pasture grass Is a high pro
tein feed nnd, furthermore, the proteins
It contains are of the highest quality.
"O high protein feeds may be left out
of the grain ration. Vet grass lacks fat
or energy-producing nutrients. Except
for this detleiency, It Is an ulmost per
fect feed for n.llk production.
In a ration made up of pasture grass
and a grain mixture containing no high
protein feeds, the protein content will
always equal or exceed the nmounta
called for In feeding standards fo;
cows producing up to sixty pounds of
milk dally, as long as pasturage Is
plentiful, green nnd succulent. Thla
statement applies only under those con
ditions. When pastures begin to dry
up and get short during July and
.August the grass contains much less
protein than earlier in the season. The
.rain mixture must then be changed
o Include some high protein feeds. In
addition more grain must be fed to
make up for the shortage In pasture.
Best Plan to Grow Into
a High-Producing Dairy
"When good grade cows are selling
from $l.VI to J'AK) per head, there Is a
tendency to buy cheap ones," says C.
II. I'lnley, dairy expert of Iowa. Many
men, he finds, get enthusiastic over
the possibilities of dairying, sell their
herds and replace them with heap
dairy cons whose only qualification
for the name Is the fact that they re
cently freshened or possess the color
of one of the dairy breeds. The nat
ural result Is failure and a disgust
for the dairy business.
Furthermore, there are many men
who lark the necessary experience to
make cons profitable should they suc
ceed In buying good ones. Flnley re
ports much more general success
when fanners grow Into a high-producing
herd. This Is accomplished by
raising the daughters of a good pure
hred bull or In buying a few choice
heifers. No doubt Individual cases
warrant buying a few good pure bred
cows for foundation animals.
The man who grows Into the dairy
business has an opportunity to reor
ganize his crop rotaiion and establish
a legume crop so necessary for milk
production. As a rule It la also neces
sary for til in to Improve his barn and
put In a silo, all of nhwii costs money
and must be done as profits allow.
Corn Fed to Live Stock
More than S5 per cent of the f lilted
States corn crop la fed to live slock
and somewhat less than 10 per cent l
used for human food, according lo re
cent data compiled by Hie 1,'nlted
States Department of Agriculture.
The hog Is the largest consumer, !!)
per cent being feil 10 swine on farms.
Horses and cattle are next, using 20
and 13 per cent, respectively. The ex
ports of corn, as grain, have never
Dairying Is the balance wheel of ag
It takes no longer to care for a good
cow than a poor one.
e e e
Inaccurate farm and shipping scales
will take their cost out of your pocket
severnl times over In a yenr.
It Is bard to understand why so
many cow-keepers have not yet dis
covered the value of the silo. If tl.ey
have discovered It they are certainly
neglectful In putting It Into operation,
e e e
The feeding of scrub cows and the
"scrub" feeding of good cons are two
of the worst mistakes s dairyman can
Do not stint the dairy cow, give her
all she will eat of the right kind of
feeds, properly babinred, ir you ex-pe-t
her to produce liberally.
From 23 to 40 per cent of all tuber
culosis in children under five years of
ge Is contracted by using products
from tuberculous cows, according to
the federal Department of Agriculture.
By MARTHA WILLIAMS
l. 14, by MeOiur, Nepap,r Sj-nalcate.)
"Brooding summer stillness wraps
this village," Arden said with an ex
Nora-Kate halt chuckled. "Must be
taking a mighty big sheet," she
mocked. "Strung," as it is, all along
the pike, it must make a bundle ruther
like a walking stick."
Arden Hushed deeply, lie held him
self a poet and tried hard to live up
to tlie self-bestowed distinction. For
an Instant he hated .Nora-Kate with
deadly hatred but a sudden sweet
travity of countenance melted his
"rath as sunlight melts spring snow,
l oiloning her glance he saw a pair of
tiny toddlers, ragged but clean, play
ing house at the roadslle, with sticks
nnd stones, plus Imagination.
"Stop!" the girl half whispered im
peratively. Next minute she was
bending r.bove the children, bunds out
held to tliem, the most coaxing of ull
her smiles shining down upon them
as she said : "I need some little peo
Tle. Won't you come and ride with
They rushed to clutch her hands,
smiling all over their faces As Arden
stared she waved him to her, saying:
"Vou mustn't mlixl this Is a heaven
sent chance." Then as the new pas
sengers were bundled within, she
added: "I'll tell you about It later.
Kow there isn't time."
Thus It came to pass that a well
dressed young couple, with money ap
parently in both pockets, appeared half
an hour inter at the county town,
chaperoned by a smaller pair, as-chubby
as they were ragged.
The car passed disdainfully by the
department store and skittered along
n side street to a place small, exclu
sive and famed for high prices, of
course the keepers of It stared, but the
stares turned to smiles as Ihe head of
It recognized Nora-Kate (otherwise
Miss Katherlne Maxwell of Fern Crag),
who did whatever she had a mind to,
without regard to Mrs. tirundy. Calm
ly, as though It were an everyday oc
currence, she looked, measured, tried
color effects nnd finally chose with a
lavishness nil but paralyzing. Then,
flushing faintly for the very first time,
she asked for a prlnite space. She
wanted to clothe her proteges before
taking them away; also to make cer
tuiu thut extra garments were not over
looked. They must have complete out
fits for both day and night.
"Don't buy too many,' the smiling
shop heid cautioned. "Little folks
grow up to quickly."
1'ora-Ki.te smiled back at her and
nodded, saying under breath:
"lint there's a smaller one already
and another coming. You Bee, I
may not be h to to do more than order
a layette for It. And the mollier will,
I hope, be glad. I I wouldn't hurt
her, not for the world."
She took all her purchases with her
thus there would be no tracing
through address a. Hut when the
obedient Arden hi d set down his pas
sengers In front of a wealhorboatcn
cottage with a sag; Ing yard gate, and
untidy grass within, ihen driven oft
in high, Nora-Kate drew a long, bnppy
breath, smiled at h in adorably, and
aid: "You've been better than gold
asking nothing therefore j'oii shall
know everything. Those ought to be
my children once I loied their father
as I think I shall never love anybody
else. We quarreled over nothing
except the fnct that I had money, he,
bis bend, and his hands. A better
woman yes, I suy to caught him In
he rebound married him nnd I
hope, mukes hlrn happy. In spite of
poverty. She must be wonderful
you saw bow clean they were und all
the nice patches on tlielr poor little
clothes. It half broke my heart, see
ing Joe's children Unit way. I've
thought and thought of ways to help
them but both are so proud, this was
my Unit chance. I shall send the other
things tonight at black dark by
somebody who will leave them- and
run away. Was It wicked ot me, yon
think, to ask Ihem lo call me mother?
Just at the last when they kissed me
For s mlnuto Ard"n could not speak
It was paralyzing, this glimpse lull
the depths of the gayest, most mock
ing soul he knew. Impulsively he laid
tits free hand on tiers, saying huskily:
"No It was a sacrament."
She turned away her face neither
Spoke again until they were back at
Kern ''rug. On the shaded piazza he
took both her hands in bis, asking
very low : "May I help Joe If I inn
find a way?"
"If only you can!'' Nora Kale
treutbed ratlur than sail then in a
clearer voice: 'Hut but you mustn't
go away, thlr.king me brokun hearted.
I'm no sucii thing Instead, life Is Joy
ous for m. lint but somehow I
don't relish hue except playing at
It like any other game. Yours Is
too fine, and true for that, please,
please give It to some girl who de
serves It better "
"I'd premise only aha doesn't ex
ist," Ardn Interrupted smiling. "Hut
p-you prjrnlsii me this: If ever there
comes a lime when ynu Incline to
1hot!glt of loe,'" wllh a faint
amlle, 'will you hold yourself honor
pound o notify me? All I ask Is a
I "Yoa shall have It maybe to your
ui.Ni, " Vnra If.l. frieit lailMlu
"A seal Is needed to validate Inipor-
tier hiinasomely ; then ran away.
Three months later Joe Pennington
fell into a sea of good luck, lie was
snatched from his bookkeeping Job,
where he had been competent but not
brilliant, into a world ot light and
line aud form and color ull of which
he loved passionately. That Is to say,
the world of decorative art, for which
nature had richly endowed him. The
pay was not, at first, suspiciously
large, but treble that of bookkeeping.
Imagine, If you can, how rich his Mar
tha felt, nnd how glad she was of the
mysterious benefactions over which
at first she hnd bridled and choked.
Now the children could hold up their
heads with any others especially the
new baby In those cunning things
such as Its mother bad not even
dreamed of. When at New Yeur Joe
whisked all of them away to a sub
urban bungalow, with a real lawn, a
servant, and, best of all, a car, she
felt her cup overran.
Joe hnd gone higher there were
other heights to climb. Hot a drop
of gull In this honey of success. Ills
firm showed him real frltndllncss
which he fully deserved and were nt
some pains to put outside things In
his way. For exnmple. color plates
for a booklet n "Masque of Love" to
be privately printed. Writer's name
was Arden. Somehow he thought he
hnd heard It earlier, but could not
place It. This was in the second glo
rious winter. Contact with Arden bred
renl friendship. Soon be was putting
his heart and soul Into the pictures,
yet shrank from showing them to care
less eyes. Midway the thin volume he
came upon a passage he recognized
Fern Crng to the llfo. Arden admit
ted the fact he hnd been once a guest
there severnl years back. The scene
had suited his fancy so well he bad
been a bit literal. So that was that
until the day when Martha anil the
twins, now sturdy small lads, broke
In upon him deep In conclave with his
patron and wllly-nllly must look at
everything. Thus they tumbled out
photographs Arden hnd Just brought
In, and nt sight of one among them,
shouted loudly: "Mother I Mother!
Here she Ih 1"
Arden picked them up, one under
each arm anil hugged them tight, say
ing: "Of course you couldn't forget
her." Then to the astounded parents:
"Hurry with book, ptvnso, I want It
for the wedding. Nora-Kate agrees to
marry me Valentine's day."
Whereat Joe said solemnly: "Well,
I will be d d!" The first and only
time he swore before a lady.
ABSOLUTE ZERO HAS
NOT BEEN REACHED
Science assures us that there la a
definite limit to the lowest conceivable
temperature, and that tills may be
placed with conceivable accuracy at
4.19 degrees below xero on the Fahren
It Is held that at all temperatures
above this "absolute zero," particles
of matter, either solid or gaseous, are
In a state of vibration, the more rapid
vibrations corresponding to the great
er degree of beat. All such vlhrutlon
would cense entirely at absolute zero
und all gases would liquefy ami even
solidify before reaching tills absolute
Many experiments, extending over a
long period of years, were necessary
lo attain lids knowledge. Liquid air,
with 'Its 312 degrees below zero, was
a great advance on previous records,
although still over Khl degrees above
this absolute zero. Liquid hydrogen,
at minus iJ2 degrees, or 117 absolute,
was a still greater advance, and when
this was frozen Into solid hydrogen
"Ice" at 4.'!2 degrees below, or '.'7 de
grees absolute. It seemed as If science
had gone as far as It could In this di
rection. Hut not so long ago the rare
gas helium was liquefied nt minus 4.M
degrees. When this whs bolleil under
reduced pressure a temperature of mi
nus 4 VI was reached, or only five de
grees above absolute rero. Slightly
lower temperatures can undoubtedly
be reached, hut It Is said Hint, even
with the most refined mot I oils, there Is
little .likelihood of our ever attaining
A certain man of a past generation,
writes a correspondent, was famous
for the Immense size of bis feet. One
day he went to a shoe store to buy
himself a pair of new boots. The pro
prietor, finding that he had no boots
In stock large enough to lit his cus
tomer, sent off to u shoe factory to
have a special pair made.
A week later the man called on the
shoe merchant and Inquired when his
hoots would ho ready. The merchant,
who was a good deal of a wag, re
"Well, sir, I have Just hnd word
from the manufacturers that they have
completed one boot, that they have
men out buying leather for the other,
nnd that, If the weather holds good so
that they can continue to work out
side, they will have the second boot
completed In another week." Youth's
Planets and Stars
linnets, like the earth, are worlds
which derive beat and light from 'ho
sun. 'i ho stars are far distant suns,
probably with their own planets re
volving about them. Our planets shine
with a steady luster; stars, because
of their dlstnnce away from tho earth,
seem to twinkle. Then, too, planets
seem to change their places among the
other heavenly bodies, but the stars
are seemingly fixed In the heavens,
hence the term "fixed star." Of
course, In a broad sense, the term
"stars" ran apply to the sma'Ier heav
enly bodies. For Instance, when we
speak of "morning" and "evening"!
stsrs we really refer to planets.
After Every Meal
It's lite longest-lasting
connection you can buy
-ami it's a help to di
gestion and a cleanser
lor the moutii
bene til aa well aa
Woman Aviator Killed.
San Antonio, Tex. Mrs. Bertha
Ilorchcin, member ot nn air circus,
was killed lnslnntly Sunday afternoon
at the municipal flying field here.
The left wing of her piano crumpled
as sho went Into a loop nt 1200 feet.
Tho piano crashed to tho ground 20
feet In front of tho hangar nnd Into
the edge of the crowd of 3000 specta
tors. Cylu Horchem, her husbnnd and
owner of tho circus, collapsed aa the
woman's body was removed from tho
twisled wreckage. Ho is In a serious
Mrs. Jennie Hutterf icltl
Good Advice for Women
Portland, Orccj, "All my life I
have known of iJr. 1'icrcrs medi
cines. My mother was a physician
and she thought so well of Dr.
1'icrcc's medicines tli.it she quite
frequently recommended them tn
her patients, especially the 'Favorite
Inscription' for women. For about
two years alter the binli nf my
fourth chili 1 sulTcrcd with feminine
trouble nf a very serious nature.
1 had all the aches and pains a
woman could have. I w.is nervous
and weak just able to be around.
1 was in distress ull the time, when
I began takiliK Dr. 1'ieicc's I avonte.
l'rccriition, but was completely
relieved nf all my ailments and
restored lo perfect bciltli.
"When my daughter was rowinu:
into woniaiiinxMl she was backward
mid had such poor health that she
was compelled to quit school. I
irave her the 'Favorite l'rcsrription'
and it completely restored her tu
health and she came into woman
hood in a very natural way." Mrs.
Jennie liuttcrlield, ti-'l Miili. Ave.
Write Dr, Fierce, I're-i. Invalid.'
Hotel m Hulfalo, N Y., for free
medical advice or send HJc lor trial
Plane Falls, Two Hurt.
Morehead City. N. C. Lieutenant
Commander A. K. Montgomery and
Mai lilnlst Malo Cbrlsllanson were
placed In a hospllul hero suffering
from Injuries received when tlielr air
plane foil 50 feet Into shallow water
opposite hero Sunday. Tho iniii hlno,
tho CI, was ono of thrco observation
planes wlili li bit Hampton lioads, Va.,
for Miami, Fla., Sunday,
"What makes you think you wero
defcaled by fraud?" "I paid for Del
votes in the second product, and tho
books show Hint. I ot'n total ot only
Kill there. Our election system ia
simply rotten."- Cleveland Leader,
Flora "Don't you find the hot sun
bad for tho complexion?" Fauna
"It's awful. It nobs the roiigo and
leaves the fine all streaky."
Tho shl.Miu; hoard look action
Tuesday ib . iened to obtain for Amer
ican shipping preferential treatment
In handling Anierliati exports which,
was provided In tho merchant marine
act of 11(20.
I needed In every drpan merit of rmuao
keeping. Muilty ood for tw-ta, Utile
linen, atieetinil pillow re. 4,nren
Business Cciieoe Plarea Graduates In
Enroll any time of Jf"r. Write for free
aiicnxs minion F. mi til and Vuuihlll,
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Mo. II, 1924
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