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urimir ixuitv you pay i
Mixed g-asoline mean Ipcc j
1 " w.. ivn, anu
less mileage. The heavier vapor
beinjr too "slow," burns without -exploding.
ike Gasoline- of Quality
gives you the miles you pay for. It
is a straight refinery gasoline not a
mixture. It atomizes easily ex
plodes quickly, completely.
Ask for Red Crown and get it.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Gives a brilliant sriossy shins that j
does not rub tiff or dust off that M
anneals to the iron that lasts tour H
times as long as any other. M
Black Silk Stove Polish 1
I Is In a class by Itself. It's more H
farrWy madeardmado H
from better ttiaUrialu m
Try It on your parlor D
or your gam mnfre. aH,-. H
If you don't find il . jnW?nV B
the bent polish you Jfr't t 'i:Wlf7wi H
ever used, your V JfrWf.A H
hardware or 'X xMl v M
grocery dealer ii f j jr, f Civ I . 1 H
authorized to re- ifV 1H
fund yoar JX-ySJ J A I B
"TlHi rnn Tinrn
in run iiiitu
Ah! what relief. No more tired feet;
no more burning feet, swollen, bad smell
ing, sweaty feet. No more pain in corns
callouses or bunions. No matter what
ails vour fees
or what under
the sun you've
just Ufle "TIZ."
out all the poi
tions which puff
up the fect;i
"TIZ" is mag
ical; "TIZ" is
will cure vour
foot troubles so
you'll never limp or draw up your face
in pain. Your shoes won't seem tight
and your feet will never, never hurt or
get sore, swollen or tired.
Get a 25 cent box at any drug or
department store, and get relief
Cigarettes fifteen years ago
are smokers of
Cigarettes today 1
Materseffa !li(hrg GndcTuriish
Under the direction of the
Sisters of the Holy Names
AND DAY SCHOOL
Most approved methods, Pri
mary, Grammar and High
School Departments, Com
plete Course in Harp, Piano,
Voice Culture, Violin and
Harmony. No interference
with religion of pupils.
Scholastic year begins
second Monday in September
Washington Observers Be
lieve That Austrian Career
Here About Ended
Washington, Sept. 9. That Ambas
sador Dumba's end as Austrian envoy
in Washington is near was the growing
belief hew this afternoon.
This was based on the following
Dumba's continued presence in the
capital instead of returning to his sum
mer embassy at Lenox, Mass.
President Wilson's 'unprecedented
visit to the state department to dis
cuss with Secretary Lansing the Dumba
"New Thought" Convention
Growers' Association Aims To
i Control Fifty Per Cent of
I Justice Hanly Holman on a charge ol
hunting China pheasants nut nf una.'
I MMfe In I no Anrl!s,,n- He VM released on $200 bonds1
I, meeiS W LOS AngeleS and his trial set for the 2.1th of this!
I month. In the preliminary trial before!
San Francisco, "Sent. 9. Dr. Newo' J,ls(il,e Holman, Kellogg 'pleaded not
Newi New, of Los Angeles, originator 8uil.,y' haJ 1,0 HMa in his J'09"!
of the "New thought movement," "SSUm wllen arre-teJ- I
whose devotees are in convention hfire, " I
today declared that his life will span! Tries to Commit Suicide. j
oOOyeais, and that he has his work! Mrs. ' Theodore Vasso, wife of a cook1
planned that far ahead. . formerly in the employ of the Imperial
Dr. New thinks the old and the new, hotel of this city attempted to commit !
the good and the true in scriptures,; suicido in her room at the hotel Sat-'
psychology and religion are found in j urday evening by drinking a bottlo of '
Newology. peroxide. Needless to sav the attempt
tventually it will overcome er- was unsuccessful and the ladv left on
ror, age, poverty ami death," he said., the early train tho next mornim? for!
lr. -New asKed ir u,s tatner John ; Portland where her husband is sup-l
Approximately 7.000 riorsnns nri
- " ' i -. ...... . - .Htm,, iiuuu i-nrr limn xvnorn huv hnohnn. ... ......
now engaged in the Independence hop I Fair New, ondor of the New thought' posed to have gone some dav8 previous,
i. a. .i . - si'ieni-ft wan still alive. Dr. . . - '
u Mr i' LMiint-riiw inn narTAsr rrnm nn . . . - -. .. ..v...
acreage closely estimated at 3,000, of "He BOt
wnicn tne w uiamette river town if ii..
the logical center, according to the Vnl
las Observer. Portland has Bent
about 3,000 persons into the hop yards
this Beason, the remaining number
coming from various parts of the
state. About 225 persons are requir
ed to a 100-ncre tract. Nearly all
tho yards are short-handed this sea
son, accounted for from the fact that
the harvest began unusually early,
overlapping the grain harvest, and
the reduction from 50 to 40 cents per
box for . picking, which is consideied
by tho growers to be u fair price un
der present market conditions. The
price outlook for 1915 non-contracted
hops is not enconrnging; neither is it
depressing. The average hop man will
say that tho price will be somewhere
between 12 cents nnd 40 cents. Twelve
cents is reckoned as the bottom price,
because it will cost 10 cents to get
the hops "in the bale" this year. The
growers say the price will depend
mainly on the following: The ability
of tho Hopgrowcrs' association to
control a majority of tho supply; the
buying activity of the London mar
ket; the quantity and quality of the
general output. There is no doubt
that market equilibrium will be
brought about in time by the forma
tion of hopgrowcrs' associations. Hop
mcn agree that if a fair percentage
ot the supply can mr controlled the
me his successor and
complete his mission
but he has designated
JUST APPLx THIS PASTE
AND THE HAIRS VANISH
(Helps' to Beauty)
A safe, reliable home-treatment for
the quick removal ol' superfluous hairs
from your face or neck is as follows:
Mix a ttiff paste with some water and
wdered dulatone, apply t(i objection
ab'e hairs and after 2 or 3 minutes rub
off, wash the skin and the hairs arc
gone. This simple treatment is unfail
ing ami no pain or inconvenience at
tends its use, hut to avoid disappoint
ment be certain you get genuine dela-toue.
200,000 Trout For Polk. I
Monday morning about 200,000 small!
1 shall carry out!,ro,lt were received in this city from!
, the state hatchery at Bonneville to lej
' j distributed among the streams of this i
SUICIDE SCAEE AT M'COT.
The labor department refusal to aid
the envoy in warning Austrian munition
workers in America that they may be
punished for their labor if they return directly to the brewer.
to their home land.
business can bo
"If I had no children to consider I
believe 1 would end these worldly
woes, " said Mrs. Lance, the widowed I enjoying a short outing at the Tilla
Toirietor or tne notei nt -McCoy, as! moult county benches.
Miss Edith Catherwood of Portland I
is visiting her father, Thomas father- j
wood, proprietor of the Dallas garage, j
David Toevs, of Denham, Kansas, was
in tho city Sunday visiting old
Dr. and Mrs. V. ('. Staats and Rev.
and Mrs. tieorge H. Bennett and family
have returned from a short outing in
the Salmon river country.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ste'ndifer of Port
land were Dallas visitors the first of
F. E. Lynn, a prominent Jersey breed
er of Perrydnle has been elected presi
dent of the Yamhill county cow testing
Claud Skinner, a business man of
Independence was a Dallas visitor the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dunn and familv
and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kroner ore
she mourned, before friends, the death
of one member of her little family.
With that expression she retired to
her room. A lodger in quarters nearby
heard the ladv tumble orJto her bed.
sobbing pitifully. Soon there came a
thud she had fallen to the fltiir and
now have taken definite form are!"" was silent, with the quietness of
eliminating the middleman by selling
In the view of high officials, it was
regarded as likely that the administra
tion will ask Austria quietly to send a
new ambassador to replace Dumbn be
cause of his activities in aiding his
home government in checking munitions
shipments to the allies.
It was believed that if Dumbn were
expecting to remain indefinitely at his
post, ho would return immediately to
President Wilson's call nt the state
department, however, was regarded as
meaning that he is taking tho strongest
sort of interest in the case, anil that he
himself will direct a verdict against
the embassador '8 course.
STEAIGHT. LANK HAIR
NO LONGER NECESSARY
(Guide to Beautv.)
A simple and harmless fluid, hitherto
little used for the purpose, has proved
so wonderfully effective in quickly
turning straight hair bcnutifully wavy,
it. bids fair to become "all the rage."
You may be surprised to learn that this
nroduct is nothing more than plain
liquid sihnerine. More surprised still,
when you see how prettily it dries in
the most natural-locking curls, swirls
and crinkles von Could wish for. It
akes a fine dressing for the hair. too.
keeping it so soft and lustrous.
A few ouncees of liquid silmerine.
which can of course be found in any
Irugstore, will keep the hair curly for
weeks. It is neither sticky nor greasy,
but nuito pleasant to use. It should be
applied at night with a clean tooth
urusn a perieeny loveiv wave and
ctirliness will be in evidence in the
morning. Best of all, one who acquires
the silmerine hahit
resort to th barbarous curling iron.
J. S. Cooper, of Independence, who
is engaged in association work, is of
tho opinion that 50 per cent of the
non-contracted hops w ill be lined up
by the associations this year. If Lon
don firms como briskly in tho market
and cheerfully pay the excessive ex
tra cost of war insurance, high ex
change and prohibitive freight rates,
tho price will be good. It is evident
that there is a shorti ge of hops in
the country generally, but tho quality
is excellent. This ought to make for
better prices certainly. Contrary to
some reports, the crop around Inde
pendence is both hervy and of high
quality. C. A. McLoughlin, big own
er and a man whose opinion is given
much consideration, says his yard will
average 1,400 pounds per acre and be
lieves nbout 25,000 bales will be ship
ped from the country tributary to In
dependence. Tho raising of hops in Polk county
furnishes employment to a large num
ber during the throe weeks of p
l,n..m. -...I I.... . I..! . .
munerViive i. Zlr d hv L ' Z I r""!"1 "f l''Iy L ,
leath. The lodger hurried to the room.
battered the door nnd found Mrs. Lance
in a lifeless heap ot the bedside. He
cried for help nnd the populace of Mc
Coy swarmed the place. Dr. Starbuck
of Dallas was called to the case, and
in the meantime t'irst aid doses of
strychnine were administered, in all a
tenth of a grain, almost enough to kill
a human being. Tho doctor found that
the patient had fainted, exhausted bv
worry, an!d t' at sho had no intention
of suicide. He took, some pains to re
lieve her frnn the effects of the strych
nine and admonished the first aiders.
Had Mrs. Lance died the verdict of
he coroner would have been most like
ly, suicide. Still the fatal iintinn
nount nave Keen nilniiiustered by
well wishes. Dallas Observer.
Dallas National Guardsmen '
Participate In, Shoot
ings of a tannly coming from the Si
letz country, where they have a home
stead and where they have undertak
en to carve out a home for the future.
This rural resident is the possessor nf
a wife and ten children, who are pick
ing in the Cooper yard, where, ac
cording to the family head, together
they aie averaging fifty boxes nor
day, or 20. Counting 4 per day
for expenses a handsome Bum is be
ing netted. To a newspaper man who
visited this field the mother said sK
lioped to make near $:00, which would
clothe tho children through the win
ter months nnd provide them with
books tor school.
In Other Bistricts.
But the Independence district is
not tho onlv section of Polk county
1 ci -,.
need never again !",," J""" U"F- urrouna.ng
ling iron. I " "y smnuer nop yards,
iiere Hundreds or persons are now-
engaged, most of them going forth in
Miss Grace Thomas who has been in
the city for sonic time visiting rela
tives and friends has returned to her
homo in Amity.
Mr. an (I Mrs. Frank Morrell spent j
Sunday at McAIinnville visiting rein-,
fives and friends. j
Miss Gertrude Follow, a 1915 gradu-,
ate of the Oregon State Normal at
Monmouth, has been elected to teach in
the Dallas public schools this year. I
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Tooze, Jr..
were Corvallis visitors the first of the
Miss Jennie Muscott, librarian at the
Carnegie library, is visiting friends ill:
Portland this week. j
Mrs. Charles Mann, of Albany, was
a Dallas visitor Sunday with friends. j
Mrs. Jessie French has returned to
her home in Seattle, Washington, after
an extended visit nt the home of her'
father Henry Kobbins northeast of the
city. ' " I
tieorge Snyder, of Salem, was an over-
heriSunduy visitor at the home of his par-j
cuts, Mr. and .Mrs. A. V. It. Snyder on
Miss Gladys Martin is a guest of rela
tives and friends in the Capital City
Mrs. L. K. Viers and family who have
, ' been spending the summer on the Viers
( npit.-il Journnl Special Service.) ranch northwest of this city have gone
1. alias, Or., Sept. 9. A. W. Bennett,! t Portland where they will make their
. J. White, Alviu Kobb and Cimtnin ; hntne tl,iu uiniei-
O. B. Parker, of McMninvillo, was a
Boys, Two Pants
School Suits at
Sturdy Norfolk Suits with two
pairs of pants to give double
service. Made of dependable
materials in the new colors and
patterns for Fall 1915..
In fine worsted, cheviots,
homespuns, etc., all with two
pants and Norfolk coats, at
$5.50, $6.50, $7.50 to $12.50.
Long Pants Suits for boys and
youths, in English and semi
English styles at $9.45, $12 and
Boys' School Shoes
The kind that wear the longest
at prices that mothers don't
Pony contest now on. Win the Pony by buying here.
Votes given with every purchase
The House That Guarantees Every Purchase,
The WESTERN BARGAIN HOUSE
offers exceptional bargains In New aud Secondhand Camping Supplies.
We buy, sell or trade, new and secondhand goods of every description.
Best cash prices for all kinds of Junk.
Western Junk & Bargain House
317-327 Center Street, corner Commercial. Phone 706
are at the ( lackamas rifle range this
week participating in the shooting con
tests of the fitjite militia. These men
are all known as expert marksmen and
have carried off honor for . the local
company at many former contests. The
tenia will enter the preliminary con
tests as well as the competition
New Boarder at Bastile.
recent, business visitor in Dallas,
Carl Ponton left the first of the
week for Eugene where he will tench
manual training in the Kiigene High
school the coming school year.
William Hiddell, a prominent man of
tho Monmouth neighborhood, wns a
Dallas visitor the latter part of the
Dr. and Mrs. G. F Anderson of Port
land, were recent visitors at the home
lack Kogan, a man who lias been! of Mrs. Martha Stal'riu on South Main
WILL RELEASE GOOCS.
Washington, Sept. 8. Ambas
sador Page at London today
cabled the state department
that Great Britain will release
American goods from British
dentention, if purchasers prove
that they were bought prior
to March 1, when .the order in
council became effective.
11 the morning nnd returning to town at
working in the hop yards around Inde
pendence was arrested and brought to
the county jail in this city the first of
the week on a charge of assault ami
battery in charges having been pre
ferred ngainst him by Alex Musky.
According to the deputy sheriffs who
made the arrest the assault occurred
when Musky refused to aid in a hold up
planned by Kogan.
Dr. and Mrs.
P. B. Stoddard, of Sun
CARRY STOMACH JOY
thp close nf tllA llflV 'a Tli n .....
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lflml crtma nrn ulmu'titr. ,m .(....
i "' ,i iiiiu-i in,--
was anticipated before the harvest be-
I frnn. wlnle tlin nunlUtr la .nnc:.)n....l
J I fairly good by the growers. Some of
,rhe yardd Have finished pick'ing, bo'
: as a wholo tho gathering of the crop Is
, only about half through.
The one yard from which a larger!
crop than that of Inst year will br
gathered is that of Funning Brooks, j
c i at Htillaron. Thev have 4 1 ncroa nn'
estimate that from this venrd thev -will
harvest between 70.000 nnd H0.0OP
pounds. This is in what is known nn
the Sheridan district, where a con
servative estimate of this year's out-
IM VATTD UCCT DflPVETi Pnt 20nn ,mlM' nr .iRt r v "'
111 lUUft lLol rUtILl of the usual output. Ordinarily not
I less than 4,000 bales nre gathered i
i mi. . i . ., .. 1
Daniel J. Fry Has Such Faith 8! of pickings in some of the yards w .
Dyspepsia Remedy That He harvest has begun.
. Guarantees It. , The iw b yard, containing 507
; acres, is the lnnresf in the world.
One of the greatest successes in the, From 1,250 to 1,500 pickers, besides a
sale of medicine has been achieved by : ""'chine, employed there to gather
Mi-o-na, the standard dvspepsia rem- the crop The machine cost 17,000 to
o.lv on. I it. .nln is incrensinir so rapid- build, nnd while it requires forty per-
IvVhat Daniel J. Fry, the popular drug-! ' ' 0 "I"'' it. it performs the work ;
gist, has hard work to keep a stock on " I"""'- ."' macniiie
hand. It is very popular with bankers, however. ,s used only in the poorer
.:;. tn i,,;J !,,l other, where gr'ioV of hops. Five thousand bales of
business or profession keeps them close.; j" ''' Mtlmnto from the.Horst
i .. i ...i.i- in, v.it. jaro.
ulnr eating worry or other en is s, b(,. fls fo fi ,
have found relief in this relmblo; mirhl.n m pirk(.r. H n
remedy. , ...... rm ..! and John Hnnmi, 400; Mrs. J. IT
Mt-o-na comes in table form and is Brtm m. Sl,urlinr, Brothers, 200;
sold in a metal box especially designed Wiikpr j,r(ltn(,r, ,, rk Br;,Hl(,r;
for convenience in carrying the niedl-: 1oilltlVi i.r)f. At tl)p nn0-acre vard of
cine in the pocket or rurse. It is pleos-f, A; M(,Uu(,nljni from 2 m.
ant to take, gives quick relief and; ,, nf hnpH Iiro PXI,rted to be pro
should help any case, no matter of how; (u0(,(li 7ftn rp,,, nT0 employed, and
long a standing. This remedy has been., Wigrich yard of the same ann
so uniformly successful that Daniel J.'sno pickers are'working. The latter
Pheasant Hunter Arrested.
Harvey Kellogg, a teamster em
ployed in the Mi Noughlin hop yards
near Independence was arrested by con
stable J. S. Aslibough, Saturday and
brought to this city and tried before
Francisco, were Dallas visitors Sunday. Ibis week for California to make their.
the Liieklamiite country Tuesday. He Dallas the first nf the week the gunst
was accompanied by Mrs Fenlon, (of relatives and friends.
W. V. Fuller wns in McMinnville fori Tom Word of Portland passed through
a short, time Monday morning looking Dnllus the first of the week enroute to
lifter business matters. ; his ranch near Falls City. Mr. Word
George Morion has returned from 1 was formerly sheriff of Mullnomuh
Kcho, Eastern Oregon, where, hit has : county.
been working for tho past several! Kev. Victor Ballalityno of Kings Va I
mouths. ley was in the city (lie first of the week
A. L, Martin, local manager of tho i visiting at the homo of his parent,
Oregon Power Company, was In Mon-j Kev. ami Mrs. M. J. Ballantyne,
mouth and Independence, Monday look-i Sinn Stcffy has returned to his homo
ing after company business. j in Cottage Grove after a short business
Daniel West of Dayton is visiting liiH visit in Dallas,
father, Fred West, for several days. j
Asa Ii, Uobinson, county clerk of ; .
Polk county, was in Salem the first of
.i. . .. .. i.
inu ween. '
.Mr. and -Mrs, Ml. .nicooson win leave i
The Stoddiinls were residents of this
city some twenty-five years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Bonis left Tues,
day afternoon for Sau Francisco where
a visit at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. If. Adams.
Miss Elizabeth Jones has returned to
her home in the Capitol City after n
short visit with Dallas friends,
II. L. Fcnton was a business visitor in
hoiUj. for the coming winter. They have
not yet decided where they will locate
H. L. Fenton nnd Fred Toner were
business visitors in the Biieua Vista; 11 I kj' i 0
they will visit relatives ami friends neighborhood Moinlav. I
and' attend the exposition for a month. Waited U Tooze, 'jr., was an Inde-' "KALTII is the first requisite in
Mrs. Mabel Kearns and baby have bendenee business visitor the first of ' 'ii.oymeiit of llle, and
returned to their home in Salem after Hie week. jllhAUll in largely controlled by
.1. W. Fry of Brondineiid was in the oilmen, i,iver and liowels.
city for a short time Monday afternoon. When weakness is manifested
Miss Lota Dodge of Salem is in Dal-l"Tf- r" HOSTFTTFR'S
las this week the guest of relatives and ! B J f . Vi
friends. ! i 1 STOMACH
Tom Word of Portland passed through j BITTERS
Fry will in 'future sell Mi-o-na under a
positive guarnntco to refund the money
if it should , not prove entirely satis
factory. No other dyspepsia medicine
ever had a largo enough percentage of
cures so that it could bo sold in this
vard is owned bv Wignnt A Hichnnlson
of London, Fngland. At the Krebs
vard the picking is being carried on
by contract, Japs being employed.
New York Por.t: Tt Is now denied
manner. A guarantee use nn "i" """i that nr. linonnny. tirvi i resnient riiBnl
volumes for the merit of tho remedy. jHhi-Kai to proclaim himself emneror of
There is no time like the present tj China. Perhnm It the other war'
do a thing that ought to be done. Ifinboiit, and Yr.nn Phi-Kai urged Dr.
any one nns dvspepsia, today is the best, Gomlnow M proclaim himself emperrr
time to begin curing it. 'of Johns nopxins.
Sept. 27-Oct. 2, 1.915
Make Parking Reservations Now
J. H; BOOTH, Pres.
W. AL JONES, Sec'y