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Its the daily break
fast in thousands of
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J II Ml A f f . a.
Tliart It n
thor rflitttlklt t
Monettly recommor-a'ad tha tfall)
diet of tht enllra houtahoM,
Ileciruae the IngrrtllfiiU are ao blended aa to produce a. food thai la
l apetltlitnc and perfectly disrated.
' fhoie who bare found othvt panrnkM IndlcriUble will find OLYMTIO
rrcta whb the moit dtllcata utonmch.
The Portland Flouring Mills Co.
Call your nenrcttt dealer for information
AT ONX'E. Then tnko the earliest opportunity of conveying
to Kald dealer the idea that you wish to acquire ono of these
Thl Man Tnlkt Like It Wat
Hnod Itlvcr, Or., ItotiU, Mar. 4.
Vaujfhan Motor U'orkt,
Dear Nira: Atn having fine oc
ecu with tbr little old bug. Aver
agr Irn rltka to ration of gut; al
io cut .100 rlcka at -1 1-Hc coit
per rick. Color tome for an old
rlr. Itenprrtfullr oura, J. J,
A GasoHno Motor Driven
Drag Saw Machine that Haws
up to 25 cord of wood
NOTE : Wo nlno HUKget that
for good roaultw you nhould
specify a VAUGHAN
For furtbar datallt ddra
VAUGHAN MOTOR WORKS, Inc.,
475 East Main Street.
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liui, ihr RI D PACKKh ; AtiMimj Stans
Uked m Vuumd'i l,: DA YUUil AC TORY
IH it ntirii. whrilnsnmo nnrl ntilrilintiR niv.rlnt .
' i Mvr-
rliillHMim unrmwl fnv .nfiut. himwl niwl hSuftiifa ..t
imu lor cauoH aim pasiry. j no ncn on irom
MlffmHIu nf tmro iinui it)rtnt awonf mill
just enoiiifh Halt that'H "UMECO."
n Pacific Northwest Product
Htrictly a Quality Product
pitched in paraffined odor-proof
cartons. Your Grocer can supply you.
Union Meat Co.,
North Portland, Orctron.
The Sign of Quality
Not a Patent Medicine Ad.
Buro, tho Grcon Illbboii la a homo
It ban liton u Ioiik tJwo lilnce Tho
IMIibon wan prlutiid.
A whole week.
fionio W()ol l:tKl loitKor than othorn
a wook In Jail, f'rlimtanco.
'J'IiIh ono booiiioiI Ioiik liuoniioo wn
woro wultliiK for nnaworii In thu nta-
A jmrty of htiutorti nav a biiow
whlto deer near ltonehurg.
Wouldn't ho' ho too Hweet for any
thing with a nice Kroon ribbon around
I Thin Ifin'l tho llrnt tlino wo hnvoJ
heard of tho offectn of that ItoHuburcj
rink olonhnutn and iireon inlail
huvo been Inld at Uh door boforo now.J
ao why worry about a white deer?
Head about a dtiHt lUorni at LaH
Orando. Flour blim and other hud-
poaodly dunt proof reooptaclen wuroi
lined liiHldo with gray dust, it wual
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Thut wiih 'iiowh" In La Orando,
GOLDEN ROD CEREALS
They are the perfection of experienced
millingexcellent In quality and the
Product of a Home Industry
Golden Rod Milling Co.
Cereal Millers and poultry Food Manufacturer
Portland, :: Oregon
ChlnuHo, and there In ovcry reason
to belluvo that tho deceased went up
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Kver oborvo tho poetry of motion
in a woodtmw trnvellus under I(h
lown poworl 'OreRonlan, Or tho
if poetry of profanity when a man tries
to telephone when it la sawing?
X Tho following item wan clipped
from tho Stato Capital Personal li
tho Oregon Journal of September II:
"M. C. Athey, publlaher of tho Jlamf
County News at Uurns, was calliK
on Htnlo omclals Monday," You tH
'em, Charlie, we'll turn tho pagci!
Had you heard about tho Ulgb Ct
Was It hurd to chano the ItlbbcnT
Homo railroad-tonnlnll wo know of
hnvo (tilt thinking of dust Htorinu an1
iiowh, but wlro tho big city pattern
wliou thoy havon't ono. J
Thut llrlthth railroad atrlko muat
hnvo (o tho O. & K. from Ontario.
mall Thtirridny morulug.
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Tim Cheerful Idiot nayn UiIh Ih a
kind of a "no" town, nnnlohow.
nil " - -
I Do. y
on know what
it moaiiH to llvo up to n roputatlon for
"No" Irrigation. "
if wn could II x It ho t Intro would
bo "no" winter, think of tho fuel
Oeorgo Kry'ri eiiHlom of "ihroo
hIooph" wouldn't bo bad for iiomo
othorH. Wouldn't have no much ex
plaining to do,
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Might oven Hnvo oiio'h roputatlon,
Or at luaHt, not placu ono in a
know know that it moans coiiHtant vlgllaneo lent wo permit
QUALITY of our waros to bo loworod.
It also mcariH unvarying courtesy and attention to each and
you trndo with this great Family fitoro you nro assured
oso two advantages protection nnd Hi-nt.
rtYTHlXO I'Olt THU FAMILY, AND ALL DUl'IONDAHLI
ollclt your cuatotn with this irimruntoo,
Brown 's Satisfactory Store
Bums, : ; ; ; Oreuon
We carry goods advertised on tho "Homo Product Tago"
That Haying "nothing Htiror than
death and taxea" can't bo denied.
Hut taxos ropoat and oven double,
A man Is dead JiiHt onco at any
rate that hi tho wuy It Ih doped out,
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'Course, that doesn't apply to
(JOICH l'I ON
Wealthy flilncso Huh Novel
Krom ThlH Life to
to resort to extreme methods to In
sure this company for tho dopartod,
Hut In tho territory of tho China
Amerlcnn Trading company, Ford
dealers in Tientsin, China, they have
discovered a much hotter aid to the
ilecottHod over tho rough places on I
tho trip to tho Promised Laud,
It Ih a custom of tho Chlueso to
burn various kinds of officios at tho
funeral ceremonies of tho rich, tho
more wealthy tho departed tho more
elaborate tho llgures burned over
Ills grave. These elllglen represent
every manner of thing, such as hu
man llgures, horses, sedan chairs,
tables loaded with money, otc, Thu
llgures usually conform to some of
these sterootypod fashions, but at
tho funeral of a Mr, LI, who died a
short time ago In Tientsin, and who
was a very wealthy man, tho bereaved
family outdid themselves and made
an Imitation of tho deceased goutlo
man's Ford car to bo burned at )ih
This Ford ofllgy was made entirely
of strong Chinoso paper n' retched
on bamboo and rood frames, Tho
car was complete in every detail, the
pedal accurately placed, and all
mndo of papor and bamboo, Tho
Interior of tho car was also accurate
In detail, being carefully upholstered
In paper, Tho olllgy of tho driver
wan a work or art. tiio car was
carried about three miles through
crowded til roots to tho gravoiddo
whoro a match was uppllod and it
Thero wan a protty custom among
HOIIWI nf tlin nlK'liuihl wlum n iirmi.
inont citizen died, to iiond his valot w consumed In a few mlnutua,
along with him on tho road to Para- This is tho first tlmo a motor car
dloo, nud it wan oftentltuoo necessary 'has been burned ut the grave ot u
The Plumber is a Robber!
Only when the man in
side the PLUMBER is
crooked. Our aim is to
give honest service, and
install honest goods AL
WAYS. If you want
any such goods and such
service in your repairs
or in new work, it's easy
to get it. Just call us
Our Specialty Plumbing, Sheet Metal Work, Repairing
Agents for the De Laval Dairy Supplies
Paint, Oil Limited Supply Ammunition
Economy Fruit Jars at Right Prices
THE BURNS HARDWARE COMPANY
In our new building opposite Lampshire's garage
CALL AND INSPECT IT