Don't Waat« Another Day
When you. are worried by back
By lamenesa and urinary dis
Don't experiment with an untried
Do as thousands of people are do
Use Doan's Kidney Pills.
Read this Livingston resident's ex
Mrs. M. Clark, 16$ South C 8t.,
Livingston, Mont., says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills have been one of our
household remedies for years. X have
had attacks of kidney troubla and
have suffered dreadfully with a dull,
steady ache over say kidneys. My
hook has been sore and lame. The
first time X used Doan's Kidney mis,
1 found them very good and I have
need them tor these attacks since.
Doan's have never failed to cure the
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
•imp ly ssk tor a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney mis— the same that
Mrs. Clark had. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Mfrs., Buffalo, N. T.
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year* Don't allow
y o ur ae lf to b ecome l victim by
neglecting paine and aches. Guard
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GOLD MEDIAL c
The world's standard remedy tor kidney,
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Asakfar tkeaasaeGeU MçUea erer Us
Kiddies' Colds Can
Be Eased Quickly
Dr. King's New Discovery will do
that very thing, easily and quickly.
Don't say, "Poor little kiddie, I wish
I knew what to do for you!" When
the cough first comes, give a little Dr.
King's New Discovery as directed, and
it nail soon be eased.
It's a good family cough and cold
remedy, too. Loosens up the phlegm,
clears up the cough, relieves the con
gestion. No harmful drugs. For fifty
years a standard remedy for colds,
coughs, grippe. At your druggists,
60c. a bottle.
For Colds and Cou£h±
the system, with Dr. King's Pills,
They prompt free bile flow, stir up
the lazy liver and get at the root of the
trouble. All druggists, 25c.
PROMPT! -WON'T GRIPS
Sa ve Y our Hair
Soap 25c, (Nahmst 25 sad 50c, Talc— 25c.
GOOD BULIjS OF PURE BLOOD
WILL IMPROVE HERDS QUICKLY
With purebred bulls a breeder
achieves more In the Improvement of
his herd in two generations than he
can in. five with grade bulls, says
the department of agriculture. De
partment workers have thoroughly
studied the subject of building up
herds to better milk, butter and beef
production. Better sires may be ob
tained either by individual purchase
or by becoming a member of a bull
association. Literature on the latter
method can be obtained by writing to
the department, and will furnish use
ful reading during the winter. Full
Information can also be obtained by
consulting your county agent or state
TOUR KIDNEYS OR BACK
READ WHAT THIS MAN SAYS
Dinuba. Cal.—"Two years ago the flu
left my kidneys in a very bad shape. 1
went to my physician but he didn't do
me any good. I got thin, my back hurt
all the time, and I was not able to work.
I got very despondent and finally, after
. almost giving up hope of getting well, I
beard of I hr. Pierce's An une Tablets and
______them together with Dr.
Fieroe's Golden Medical Discovery, and
after a few months' treatment-1 found
myself practically well. I can recommend
these 'A nunc Tablets' for weak kidneys:
and for torpid liver, impure blood and
poor digestion, there is notliing that
equals the Golden Medical Discovery."
—Sterling L. Brooks, 246 Academy Way.
You can quickly put yourself in A-l
condition by going to your druggist and
obtaining Dr. Pierce's Family Remedies,
tablets or liquid, or write Dr. Pierce^
president Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo^
N. Y., for free medical advice.
New York—The German mark has
fallen to the lowest level In history,
Tokio —Japan is facing a critical
situation politically as tbe result of
the assassination of the premier.
Martlnes, O.—A passenger train
btt an automobile here a few days
ago and killed five people, all relat
Philadelphia—Five auto bandits
held up two armed bank messengers
and robbed them of a satchel con
taining $5,962 and $25,000 in checks
and then escaped.
Los Angeles—Arthur C. Burch, in
dicted for mnrder in connection with
tbe slaying of J. Belton Kennedy,
broker, here last August, has been
adjudged' legally sane.
Kansas City.—A masked robber
trussed up seven mall olerks on the
Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fs tram
No. 8, arriving bore from California,
and escaped with two pouches of
Portland—Three masked men held
up and bound the treasurer of the
Liberty theater, a motion picture
houae, two girl ushers and a man
who was in tbe theater, and escaped
with between $7,000 and $10,000 in
Washington — Receipts from oil
wells in the Texas Red river district
which are under Jurisdiction of the
supreme court, pending decision of
the boundary suit between Oklahoma
and Texas, now amount to $8,045 -
Elisabeth, N. /.—The Rev. Dr. An
toinette Louisa Brown Blackwell,
aged 96, believed to have been the
first woman ordained to the ministry
In this country and a pioneer woman
suffrage worker with Susan B. An
thony, Is dead.
Boston—During the 131 years of
Its existence the United States has
expended four-fifths of its revenue on
war or on things relating to war, ac
cording to a statement just Issue'd by
the World Peace foundation. The
grand total Is placed at $52,000,000,
Boise, Idaho—With a gun gripped
in each hand, a masked bandit held
up westbound train No. 17, the Ore
gon-Washington limited. Oregon
Short Line railroad, six miles west
of American Falls, robbing the pas
sengers of the observation car of
$434.50 and considerable jewelry.
Washington—The American Le
gion has been asked by the war de
partment to lend its assistance in ob
taining all facts relating to charges
made by Senator Watson of Georgia
that soldiers were frequently shot
and hanged without courtmartial du
ring the war.
Minneapolis—A cambric needle
was removed from the heart of Daw
son Sandies, 2 years old, at the Elliot
Memorial hospital here, In what sur
geons term the most remarkable sur
gical operation ever performed in
the northwest- The youngster' is ex
pected to recover.
Washington—Killing of a negro
prisoner in Haiti through mistaken
orders to a marine corps detachment
was related by F. L. Spear, of Fre
mont, Neb., former marine corps lieu
tenant, to tbe senate committee in
vestigatlng American occupation of
Twin Falls, Ida.—In the presence
of a crowded court room, Lyda Meyer
Southard, convicted poisoner of Ed
ward F. Meyer, her fourth husband,
and charged with the murder of three
previous husbands, and a brother-in
law, was sentenced to a term in the
Idaho state penitentiary of from 10
years to life Imprisonment.
Washington—By a vote of 38 to
28 the senate rejected the Reed
amendment to the tax bill proposing
to enact the soldier bonus bill and
retain the excess profits tax as a
retain the excess profits tax as a
means of financing adjusted compen
sations for former service men.
Washington—Despite new treas
ury regulations allowing physicians
to Issue an unlimited number of
prescriptions for beer, they will be
held to the old maximum of 100
prescriptions every three months,
whether the doctors prescribe, whisky,
wine or beer,
Taylorville, 111; — Oversight of a
pay clerk in neglecting to deduct the
miners' dues from the pay of a few
miners wUo quit their jobs when 700
miners walked out at the Longley
mine, resulted in the mine remaining
idle for one day and throwing the
Peabody company out of approxi
mately $10,000 worth of work.
Milton, Ore.—After having been
lost in the woods for more than 36
hours, with 30 of his friends and the
penitentiary dogs searching the
woods, Charles Beckius, Milton resi
dent, succeeded in locating his posi
tion and returned to the camp of his
Grand Forks — Anna Story, aged
16, is dead and her mother, Mrs.
John Story, severely wounded, as
the result of an attempted dual mur
der at Leyden, N. D., 80 miles north
of here. Sam Kalll, a peddler, who
stayed at their home, is in jail at
Cavalier, charged with the crime
Paxton, 111.—A dozen bandits, arm
ed with pistols, shotgun# and bombs,
which they used freely, wounding
several trainmen and mall clerks,
held up the New Orleans limited train
on the Illinois Central railroad, loot
ed the mail car of all the registered
mall and the valuable In the safe and
then escaped in automobiles.
Pasadena, Cal.—As the Mount Wil
son stage swung around a bend in
the steep climb to the Carnegie ob
servatory on the summit near here,
two masked men, dressed in overalls,
sprang from behind some bashes. Re
volvers In hand they halted the ve
hicle, lined up the driver and 12 pas
sengers, exacted cash totaling several
hundred dollars and jewelry of value
from their victims and waved the
stage on its way.
butleura for Sore Hands.
Soak bands on retiring in the hot suds
of Cuticura Soap, dry and rub in Cu
ticura Ointment. Remove surplus
Ointment with tissue paper. This is
only one of the things Cuticura will do
if Soap, Ointment and Talcum are used
lor nil toilet purposes.—Adv.
Each package of "Diamond Dyes
contains directions so simple that
any woman can dye or tint faded,
shabby skirts, dresses, waists, coats,
sweaters, stockings, hangings, dra
peries, everything like new. Buy
"Diamond Dyes"—no other kind—
then perfect home dyeing is guaran
teed, even if you have never dyed be
fore. Tell your druggist whether the
material you wish to dye is wool or
silk, or whether It is linen, cotton, or
mixed goods. Diamond Dyes never
streak, spot, fade, or run.
Dyed Her Tan
Skirt to Make
Child a Dress
MAY BE SOLVED
SKIDMORE, HELD IN IDAHO FOR
THEFT, MAKES DAMAGING
Betrays Fear of Hanging When He
Thinks Montana Sheriff Has Come
For Him; Was Found in Posses
sion of Missing Woman's Effects;
Wholesale Auto Thief.
Belief that a murder veils the
mystery of Mrs. Ernest LaCasse's
disappearance has been revived by
a conversation Sheriff Beals of
Anaconda reports having had with
C. C. Skidmore In the jail at Poca
tello, Idaho, during a visit there
to interview the prisoner on some
of his actions while in Montana.
Several months ago Skidmore was
a prisoner at Butte as a result of
being found in possession of the
missing woman's trunk, and at
tempts were made by the authori
ties to develop a murder case at the
Skidmore has denied murdering
the woman, but in the conversation
which the sheriff alleges took place
at Pocatello, he is represented as be
traying a fear of being hanged If
brought back to this state.
Fears Hanging, at Least
When Sheriff Beal entered Skid
more's cell he declared that he said
to the man: "I have come to take
you back to Montana."
Skidmore, according to Beal, then
said: "What for? Murder?"
Beal then said, "Yes."
Skidmore is then said to have ask
ed: "Did you find the body?"
"Sure," Beal replied.
"All in one place?"
"Well, did you find enough to iden
tify the woman?"
Skidmore, according to Beal, then
turned to one of the Idaho officers
and said: "For God's sake take me
to Utah. Don't let them take me to
Montana, or they will hang me sure.'
The disappearance of Mrs. LaCasse
occurred last February. Search for
her body has failed to reveal it, but
Skidmore is believed to have been
implicated In the alleged murder. He
was angry with her because she tes
titled against him in Bozeman when
he was given four and a half to nine
years in the penitentiary. He is out
on parole, which has been revoked.
Boasts Stealing 123 Automobiles
Skidmore has the reputation of be
ing one of the cleverest criminals in
the northwest. He boasted that from
the date of his parole from the state
penitentiary until February he had
stolen and sold 125 machines.
He was a chemist and was able to
change not only license plate num
bers but those on the motors as well
He had a complete set of keys when
arrested at Pocatello and a variety of
His scheme in automobile dealings
was to steal a car and then repres
ent himself as the original owner
The buyer, in looking up this ma
chine at the office of the department
of state, would get the man's name
and license numbers as proof that
the deal was all right. He could find
nothing irregular about the transac
tion and would make the purchase.
Used Other Man's registration
In other, instances Skidmore would
get the name of a machine, its own
er and numbers. He would then
steal a car, change the numbers to
fit, represent himself as this man and
sell the car. In this manner it was
difficult U> check up his actions. He
worked with his mother, who was
also said to be clever at playing her
Skidmore was arrested at Pocatello
a few weeks ago and after an at
tempted escape, during which he was
shot in the shoulder and arm, he
fainted while trying to change the
Pape's Diapepsin" has proven it
self the surest relief for Indigestion,
Gases, Flatulence, Heartburn, Sour
ness, Fermentation or Stomach D*
tress caused by acidity. A few tablets
give almost immediate stomach relief
and shortly the stomach is corrected
so you can eat favorite foods without
fear. Large case costs only few cents
at drug store. Millions helped an
Missoula—Donald H. Bethune, for
est service scaler, was killed a few
days ago by a falling tree.
While Sulphur Springs—Eight car
loads of stock were shipped east from
here a few days ago.
Coffee Creek—The Cape hotel,
two barber shops, a pool hall and a
garage were destroyed by fire. Loss
Dillon — James Dunn, weather
shark, says jackrabblts have not shed
their summer fr, which to him, an
old trapper, spells an open winter.
Helena—The state board of exam
iners have issued an order forbidding
joy riding" in state owned auto
Great Falls—Ten pairs of black
foxes, having an estimated potential
value of $100,000, arrived in Great
Falls last week.
Falls last week.
Helena—The sale of $300,000 in
Liberty bonds owned by Montana at
such time as the bonds reach par,
was' voted by the state land board.
Dillon — With new methods of
treatment the ores of the Polaris
mine near Elkhorn Springs will
prove profitable, in the opinion of
Charles Whitcomb of Helena.
Butte—William Vinyard, hard of
hearing, while looking for the rest
dence of his brother, was mistaken
for a burglar and shot through the
right arm by Mrs. Clyde Lucas.
Bozeman—Five hundred taxpay
ers of Gallatin county, at a meeting
held here recently, by resolution de
clared for rigid economy in public
Columbus—Much interest in the
poultry business has been found to
exist in this county as a result of a
series of meetings conducted by R
Smith, poultry specialist of the
Batte —George R. Edwards and
Harry Kresswell, of Butte, were
drowned in Brown's lake, 'in the
Blackfoot country, six miles from
Butte—Butte bankers, because of
retrenchment policy of the city ad
ministration, have agreed to cash all
city warrants without discount. In
the past it has been difficult to cash
Helena—The state board of exam
iners has authorized the state treas
urer to use $700,000 of the funds re
ceived from the sale of state educa
tional bonds for the purchase of
Harlowton—An auction sale of
articles donated by farmers and busi
ness men scheduled for November 22
will feature the membership drive
of the Wheatland county farm bu
Butte—The Butte Rotary club is
urging the greater use of copper uten
sils in domestic circles. The Indiv
idual suggesting the most appropriate
slogan expressing this idea will be
given a copper coffee urn.
Butte—If the request which Scout
Executive Benjamin Owens of Butte
made to the national executive coun
cil is granted, 667,000 Boy Scouts of
the United States will aid in the
search for the Puckett family of
Butte, which disappeared some time
between July 15 and Oct. 15, 1921.
Harlowton—Wheatland county has
made the best record in the state in
payment of county seed loans, accord
Ing to County Auditor Watson R.
Wheeler who has been engaged In
collection of these payments. Out
of over $120,000 loaned all has been
repaid with the exception of about
$ 12 , 000 .
Michigan Baying Seed in Montana
New recognition for the high quali
ties of Montana alfalfa seed is noted
in the announcement that the Michi
gan agricultural college has bought
900 bushels of alfalfa seed from
James Garthofner of Leedy. The
shipment will amount to a carload, it
is said, and will have to be trans
ported a good many miles to the rail
Montana alfalfa seed is In great de
mand. Often the Canadian Pacific
buys it for distribution among the
settlers along its lines- Large seed
houses consider It the best and each
year there is keen competition to
buy the best crops.
license number on a stolen car and
He was arrested on a charge of
bootlegging and on this automobile
traffic- He was surprised at his
house and made his escape when get
ting out of the police patrol wagon.
Officers shot him.
The first thing he said when he
regained consciousness in the hospi
tal was to ask that he would not be
sent north, meaning to Montana, for
trial. At that time he apparently
feared that he would be charged with
the murder of the LaCasse woman.
T HE racking, agonizing rheumatic
ache is quickly relieved by an ap
plication of Sloan's Liniment.
For forty years, folks ail over the
world have found Sloan's to be the
natural enemy of pains and aches.
It penetrates without rubbing.
You can just tell by its healthy,
stimulating odor that it is going to do
Keep Sloan*s handy for neuralgia,
sciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore
muscles, strains and sprains.
At all druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40.
Makes Sick Skins
Well One of Dr.Hobson'a
Family Remedies. For a clear,
hmlthy complexion use freely
"And Man, How I Did Eat
Looking back, now, to those vacation days,
there's a lively kindling of joy—even in the
memory of appetite at camp-fire meals.
Real food—and real hunger!
That's the year-around relationship between
appetite and Grape-Nuts—that crisp and whole
some gift from the great out-of-doors—the per
fected goodness of Nature's best food grains.
There's a flavor and charm to Grape-Nuts
that appeal to the appetite like the tang of the
summer camp, and there's a scientific balance of
nutrition and a readiness of digestiofl that make
Grape-Nuts a wonderful aid to health and vigor.
"Real food!" is the verdict of enthusiastic
thousands who find a daily delight in the unique
sweetness and crispness of Grape-Nuts, and who
"carry on" splendidly with its body-building
Let the zest of appetite be a companion of
your indoor meals, too.
Grape-Nuts is sold and served wherever
good food is sold and served.
'There's a Reason "for Grape-Nuts
HAVE YOU ANYTHING TO SELL ?
Do YOU Wish to BUY ANYTHING?
Put year want* In US Weekly Newspapers In Montana, which reach 400.000
readers In this state every week. Send IS wards and $1 or 30 words end S3 to
TU MONTANA NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION. Great Falls, Montane —the
greatest advertising mediae* In the state. Display rates on application.
TOBACCO—The best "Kalntuckee natural
leaf, well ripened, heavily fire-cured,
rich, old. mellow. Put up by grower of
20 years' experience. Best, 50c; second
grade, 35c postpaid. Flavoring and full
directions free. Complete set of samples.
60c. R. E. Acree, Obion Valley Tobacco
Farm. Pryorsburg, Kentucky. _
TOBACCO—Kentucky's Pride, extra good
chewing aud smoking, 10 pounds, $3; 20
pounds, $5. Farmers' Club, Mayfield. Ky.
from the manufacturer, at 75c, $1.25 and
$1.50 per lb.; postage paid on $5 orders:
write for sample. H. A. Bartlett, HAR
MONY. MAINE. _
OH BOY! Barrels of fun, 20c. Apt. C, 816
Unlon, Seattle. Wash._
ALBERT TEACHEKt» AGENCY, Peyton
tlons. Try us.
Teachers for all posl
TEACHERS WANTED—To register FREE
at The Clarkstoa Teachers' Agency, 512
Sycamore 8t„ Clarkaton. Washington.
LEARN TELEGRAPHY at the largest tele
Î raph school in the Northwest. PACIFIC
ELEGRAPH INSTITUTE, SPOKANE.
LEARN BY DOING THE ACTUAL WORK
—Largest automobile mechanics and vul
canizing school in west. Montana Auto
School. 12$ Bo. Main St., Butte. Mont.
LEARN TELEGRAPHY, Morse, Wireless—
Largest school; tarn
Butte College Telegraphy.
FURS REPAIRED. Rellned, Remodeled—
Hoenck Far Honse, Butte, Montana. ____
asMAYERS, CHEMISTS. BTC.
LEWIS ft WALKER, aoaayers, ' chemists.
108 No. Wyoming, Butts, Mont. Box 114.
«A ARA tu« oaij oonded adjustment
company la Montana. Wo are bonded
with National Surety Co. of New York.
ROMorcos 118,000,000. HELENA AD
JUSTMENT 86., HELENA. MONT.
Write mother. When last heard from I
was at Acme, Texas. Annie Bell Davis,
Billings. Mont. Box 736._
MARRY—Many rich; particulars free.
Morrison; L-3053. W. Holden, Seattle.
MARRY — Pay when married. Many
wealthy. Best, most successful; quickest
results. Write, be convinced. Reliable
confidential. Descriptions FREE. Mrs
Budd, Box 753, San Francisco, Calif.
MARRY IF LONELY; for results, try me.
best and most successful "Home Maker;'
hundreds rich wish marriage soon
strictly confidential; most reliable; years
experience; descriptions free. "The Sac
cessful Club," Mrs. Nash. Box 556, Oak
One Nordyke ft Marmon three pair
high, six roller mill, capacity forty
bushels per hoar, will grind to any
One "Sliver Creek'' grain cleaner.
One wire rope Indicator.
One distributing spout.
Two wood heads, and two wood
boots, together with two sets ot ele
vator buckets and chains.
The above makes a complete grain
cleaning, distributing and grinding
equipment, and with the exception ot
power, will completely equip a feed
mill or corn meal mill.
' R. L. VINEYARD
GREAT FALLS. MONTANA
S. 0, HUSETH
OfOSMtlW ISd Ostlflw
ORRAT VALIA MONT
FABM LANDS FOB BALK
B7TTElT'BOOT~VAlTLEYr!JoN , tAI?2r^vin
share with you its prosperity; Mild cli
mate, unfailing water for irrigation; pro
ductive soil, wide diversity of crops, and
organized marketing facilities all make
farming safe. Improved irrigated farms,
and unimproved tracts of 40 acres or
more on famous Marcus Daly estate are
the cream of the northwest. Ten years
to pay, low rate of interest. Investigate
this most prosperous community where
there has not been a crop failure In 50
years. Write for free booklet No. 2
"Where Farming Is Different." W. P.
Bice, Co.. Hamilton. Montana. _
CUT-OVER AND DEVELOPED LANDS—
15 to 25 miles N. E. Spokane; extra good
soil; spring brooks; grows grain, vege
tables, hay, frulta; several developed
ranches; few stock ranches with adjoin
ing free range; $10 to $26 acre; 10 year*
time; 6 per cent Interest; free lumber.
Write owners for FREE BOOK.
EDWARDS & BRADFORD LUMBER CO.
IDAHO FERTILE FARMS
Abundance water, big yields, fine roads
and schools. Prices normal and easy
terms. Write for booklet.
IDAHO REALTY CO.
BURLEY, IDAHO _
166 ACRES, 15 cleared and irrigated; 300,
000 ft. saw timber; fences and buildings.
$2,000, one-half cash. Address. Box 81.
2,500 ACRES STOCK and WHEAT Ranch
for sale. Address C. L. Clark. Big Timber,
WANTED—WHEAT RANCH — Will ex
change 80 acres Okanogan valley irrigat
ed alfalfa ranch, real fruit land. Good
house completely furnished. Silo, stock,
and equipment. $12,000. Clear. Owner.
F. J. George, Everett, Wash.
LIVESTOCK FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Registered Herefords, 24 head
extra well bred two and three-year-old
bulls; 15 head very choice yearling heif
ers. Donald Livestock Co.. Melville, Mont.
FOR SALE — Yearling and lamb rams,
Rambouillet, sired by Top Stud rams
from F. S. King herd of Laramie, Wyo.
C. R. Ttntlnger. Cnscade, Mont._
BITTER ROOT JERSEY BREEDERS
CLUB. Jersey cattle for sale. Any num
her. Apply Richard H. Daniels, secre
tary, CORVALLIS, Montana._
FOR SALE—Nine head of registered Here
ford bull calves of choice breeding. Age
8-9 months. They are priced to meet
present times. o. Lund, Spion Kop,
FARMERS — No more trouble plowing
sticky land if using our attachment and
composition. Any plow you have will do.
For rotary pumps and irrigation system,
write us. United Manufacturing and
Tower Co., 311 Olive street. Seattle. Wash.
POULTRY AND EOOS
POULTRY SUPPLIES, POULTRY, EGGS.
Dorsh & Greenfield Co., Butte, Mont._
PURE EXTRACTED HONEY
SUN RIVER VALLEY HONEY—Guaran
teed quality and flavor. Prepaid to your
5 lb. Pail.............. $1.15
10 lb. Pail ............................................ 2.25
60 lb. Pall ............................................ 9.00
Case, 24 sections comb...................... 6.50
H. E. DAWSON. SIMMS. MONTANA.
PLANTS AND FLOWERS
A fine collection of early cottage and Dar
win tulips, narcissus and hyacinths.
Pacific coast grown, the best. Plant Iris
and all perennials now. Write for price
lists. THE PUDOR FLORAL FARMS,
PUYALLUP, WASH. _
FRUIT FROM THE ORCHARD
SMALL 8WEET PETITE PRUNES, NINE
Dollars per hundred, freight prepaid to
Montana. KINGWOOD ORCHARDS,
LUSCIOUS OREGON PRUNES. This year's
crop the fiuest in years; 10-lb. box, $2.25;
25 lb. box. $4.95. EXPRESS PREPAID
DRIED LOGANBERRIES. Each pound
dried equals six pounds of the fresh
berries. 10 lb. box. $4.25. EXPRESS
PREPAID. O. K. PAULUS. Box 522A.
Sa lem, Oregon. __
TRACTOR FOR SALE CHEAP
FORDSON TRACTOR, in first class condi
tion. practically new, with set double bot
tom Oliver plows and 14 Inch single bot
tom breaking plow, with two aeta of
shares each. Paid $1306 for the outfit.
Used one season. Will sell for $750. Can
be seen at Lee Forrest's garage. Forrest
I.ongeway Box 108 , Great Falla.
M. N. A.—WK—11-14-31*
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