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Thoaa who nuffer with distress after eatint?. loss of annetlte. bil iousness, nausea, flatulence, and other derangements of the digestive organs, should use the beet means to get the stomach well and strong. Probably no other remedy will restore you to health so surely and so naturally as BEECHAM'S PILLS Heccham'o Pills immediately relieve acute dyspepsia, and ore equally beneficial in chronic cases of indigestion and stomach weakness. They gently stimulate tho digestivo organs and have a wholesomo effect upon tho liver and bowels, cleansing and toning the entire cH- festive tract. Beecham's Pills reliove the weakened organs, establish lealthy conditions, improve the general health, create appetite and Strengthen the Digestion In boxes with full directions, 10c and 25c. TALKS ON GRAIN AND CHICKENS DrydcB Advises to, Feed flniln and Not Soil. . (By Prof. Jnmco Dryden.) The price of poultry and eggs fol low closoly. tho trond of wheat prices and of corn prices, tho two staplo poultry foods in tho United States. The tendonpy Is for poultry-keopcrs to curtail the flock of poultry when prjccB of food are high, and to In crease the flock when tho prices of food aro low. When tho grain prices rise inoro poultry nro nont to mar- kot, and later on thoro is a scarcity of both poultry and eggs. The question for the poultryman and tho farmer to consider In HIiIb connection Ja, at what prices of grain does it pay the farmer to market tho grain rather than feed It to the poul try, for the business of tho farmor Is to' get tho moBt out of tho noil, whether It be In raw or concentrated products. It Is a flno point to de termlnp Just whoro tho profit In feed ing poultry as well 115 other livestock disappears ' iA the. upward .tendency of tho price pf grain; In other words, at what point Is thoro n parting of the ways between a profit and a loss. Tho gonoral .fondoney among farm era Is to sell tho grain, rather than feed it, long boforo tho parting of the ways has boon reached, and It Is a knowledgo of thin fact that assurou the skillful and persistant fcodor of r profit. Tho parting of tho ways comes vory noon to tho mnjorlty or feodors. One man may bo. tolling tho exact truth when ho Hayn that 1q can make no protlt In feeding 75-cont wheat, and another may -bo equally truthful whon ho says ho can make a profit In feeding $1 wheat. Tho dlftorouco In tho two men In a dif ference In uklll In feeding. With good Btock and good ciwu tho skill ful feodor will make a profit In feodlng high priced grain, 'but nc one can make a profit with poor stock and poor care at any prlco for grain The prlco of wheat Is higher now than It has boon for prohablo 10 or IS yoArs, and It Is frequently nald that It la too high to feed to chick ens, and with that notion, mlstukan or not, a good many farnor nro Bonding tholr chickens to markot. Two or three things should bo con sidered In this connection. First, tho prices of poultry and eggs will rleo If many chickens nro marketed, and tho farmor who koopo. his chick ons will tnnke as much profit ns ho AM when tho prlco of wheal was low That Is, tho prlco of poultry prod ucts will ndjunt Itself to tho prices of grain, Rocond, how much does tl ronlly cost to food a hon for a year' Doos any one know? In oxporlmenta iniulo by tlio wrltor, covQrlng Bovornl years, In which ov ory ounce of food was weighed, bIx pops of Leghorn lions consumod during tho year (1C4 pounds of wheat, 200 poundB corn, 203 pounds oat, 312 pounds bran and short and 235 pounds skim milk, In addition to ttomo animal food, Tho cost of tho total food por fowl for tho yonr vnr lod In different pons from 01 cents to 78 conta, and nvorngod 00 cants. Tho wheat was charged at 1 cont a pound, corn at 14, onto at a con, Bkltn milk at one-fifth of a cant and bran and shorts at threo-fifths of n cent. Tho animal food cot from fi to 6 conts per fowl. Tho wheat con stituted nearly a halt of tho totnl cost. Tho hens laid an avorago of 144 eggs por fowl, valued at $1.08 at local prices for eggs. Tho price: wero from 10 contB to 25 cents per dpzon, much lower than tho price? In Oregon at tho present time. It wheat had bcon worth ay 90 conti and had been charged for at that rato, and bran at 1 cent a pound, the cost por fowl would have been about 1G cents more, or SO conts instead of GO cents. But eggs aro also high er In price than they wore then. Taking tho monthly egg yield of tho six pons of IiCghprnB and com puting tho value of tho eggs laid ouch month at the average wholesale price of eggs In Portland during tho paBt'two years, the result would be as follews: Eggs- Prlco Laid Por Doz Value Novombor ....40. 35' . $1.17 Decombcr ...122 v 35 3.00 January .. . . . ,(243 - .;, 20 4.40 February ...,,'288 I' 25 4.00 March i.-.'33p , 20 5. GO April -. MOD' 20 . 8.30 May 428 18 G.33 Juno ....... 307 . 20 G.C2 July 384 20 G.40 August 303 25 8.20 Soptombcr ...221 25 4.G0 Ootobor 97 30 2.40 r 1 JG1.02 In placo ofaogga worth $1.08 par fowl, If- tholr vnluo bo computed at prbuunt prlcos In Portland they would bo worth $2.58 por fowl. In othor words, on tho basin of present prlcos, food coating 80 conts when fed to lions produces eggs worth $2.58. This Is ti pretty good margin of profit In fcodlng 90 cont wheat. It mny ho said that tho avorago flock of ,honB doos not lay 144 oggs nor fowl. That Is tnio. It Is also truo that 144 oggB por fowl 1b not phenomenal. Tho right kind of hens properly atUidod should .avorago 150 and well-brad bona considerably more. Tho avorago form flock will not avorago 125, probably not 100. In those oxperlmonts all tho food oaton was puld for at mnrkot prices and tho cost nvorngod only GG conts por hen. Tho cost would hnvo been only 80 conts If tho wheat had cost 90 cents a bushel. Tho farmor, how over, who keops 50 or 100 hons enn do bettor than that, for on tho avor ago farm that number of hons may bo kept largoly on tho waito product) or by-products of tho form. Tho will (lad tho animal food .In tho fields In tho BhnpR of bug, grnHB-hoppor, j wonn, etc., and thoro will iiHunll . bo skim milk of buttor-mllk. Thoro' need, thoreforo, bo no cont for nhl- mnl food, resulting In n saying of 8 1 to 10 conta por fowl. Tho clovor or! grass thoy eat will have llttlo mar-' kotablo value. Tho dORtmictlon of grasHhuppers In tho clover and grnln tho larger broods bring moro than will, whoro these Insocts aro bnd, off set a largo part of tho annual cost of food for tho fowls In bettor crop? In experiments with lnrgor hroodt tho cost of feeding was greater. Tho tost of feeding Plymouth ItockB aver aged 11.15 por fowl mid of Yynn dottoB $1." This extra cost 1b Inrgoly offset whon tho fowls aro marketed, lug an Incision Into tho atone with the small breeds. O. A. 29. 1908 TAKING .OF THK WATERS OF OAKX8BAD nlse here early any morning and you will see a strange 'sight. The llttlo Jown, lying so peacefully in a fold of tho Bavarian Alps, still seems helf asleep as it glistens in the clear, clean light of the August morning. But not so Iho people. Thoy are al ready assembled in their thousands. They have descended from tho high, rococo villas which surround the town Into tho long street which runs In front of tho tomples tho largest of which is long classic building precisely after tho modol of the an cient Greeks-4 rise the holy springs, hot and angry from, tho ground, the object of all these assemblages. Maiden mlnlstrants flit to and fro, filling tho glasses of tho pilgrims. And what pllgrlrnBl From , every race and class from far-off America and distant Poland .tho Russian Jew in his long gabardine-like cloak, nnd tho Austrian officer wth his won derful waist tho wealthy million aire nubbin BhouldorB with tho poor peasant the prlnco and the pauper side by side, all Joined by one eager, passionate desire tho deslro for life., As thoy walk and cobsIp or Jean against tho pillars of the templo thoy suck tho sacred fluid Into their mouths through long tubes rostlng in tho glnsses. , Boyond tho tomples walk tho early promenudorB. Thoro you seo men arid women plodding along In- a 'steady lino men who havo not bo ford, neon tho sun rise for a decade., and women who during the rest -of tho year toleBcopo breakfast Into lunch In some modorn capital, Hero rich and poor, Blmplo nnd splendid, nro linked, by ono common fear. Truly wob it said, "Death Is tho groat equalizer.'" For tho vory hint of his coming has brought, a) mail to ono common levol. . Observe nnd you will sea strnngo contrasts. Thoro Is somo poor man with death on his face who has spent hnlf his fortune to como to tho wn- tors. Thoro Is tho common rich glutton, with reddish nose and mot tled face, steadily tramping out his sins In this morning round. Thoro Is Bomo priest who has como from distant Ireland to savo his life. Thoro Ib tho gay lady who will boar this thrco wooks' torture to got back to hor dollghts. Dozens of languages assail yom oar. Fragments of gossip and scan. dnl flit towarl you; for nt tho Aus trian baths pcoplo lovo scandal with all tho zost of Idleness, though ovon tho scandal has tho thin tono of the cloister, llko an echo from a happlor, morrlor world. It Is tho Borry talk of old dogs who have had their day It Is thp munching of n remaining biscuit with empty, toothless gams. Correspondence of London Chronicle MJ : 8' . (ft" r & A Smile All the While is the expression of enjoyment of those only in good health. You haye never seen an ailing person smile the smile that means a smile. Ghirardelli's Cocoa &r- builds up the tissues of brain and body and aids the young and old in, the enjoyment of real health, besides it pleases and delights the palate. 30 cups of a delicious drink 25c. t Ask the grocer. C., Corvallls, Orogbn, Sopt. DoWIU's Llttlo Early famous llttlo llvor nllls. dniKglBtH. Risers, tho Sold by all Why Colds Aro Dangerous. Bocau-o you have contracted ordi nary colds nnd recovered from thorn without trentmont of any kind, do 'tot for n momont tmnglno that colds aro not dangoroni. Evoryono knows that ponumonia and chronic catarrh havo tholr origin In a common cold. Consumption Ib not caused by a cold, hut tho cold prepares tho system for tho recoptlon and dovolopmont of tho germs thnt would not otherwise have found Indgmont. It Is tho samo with all lufoctlous diseases. Dlpltfhorla. scaript fovor, moaslCB and whooplntr caught nro much moro Ukoly to be lontrntcd whon tho child has a cold. You will boo -from this that moro real dangor lurks In a cold than In any othoc of tho common nllmontB. The easiest and qulckotst way to euro n cold Is to tako Chamberlain's Cough Itomcdy. Tho many romarkablo cures effected by this preparation hnvo made It a staplo artlclo of trade ovor a largo part of tho world, For solo at Dr. Stono's drug store. 0 SMILES... This pnpor declines to help Im poio upon tho taxpayers a tuboraulo uls asylum, colony, congrosa( coufor euco or any form of agitation or graft to ndvortlso that wo aro a ua tlon of one-lungors. r& & ,v, v. V The hard part about an caBy JTTTi la the getting thereof. o Pains in tho back and Bide may como from tho kidneys or liver Lano'a Family Modlclno tho tonic axatlve, and a gront klduoy and llv or romody, will glvo rollof. o- Tho Howor of tho family is novor ,tho blooming Idiot. j ' Whon you need a cough euro you nocd puo that will euro your cough. Komp's Balsam tho best cough ouro, will do It. All druggists soil It for 25 cents. Hon. Samuel Frlondly, member of the Stnto University Board of Ro-' gents, Ib planning nil olahorato ban quet for tho faculty squad and tho alumni team for tho evening of tho day of thorn. tho football gamo betweon Lane county Ropubllcani hate if. ranged for threo big rallies. Efforti will be made to got Senator Borah, of Idaho; Sonator Fulton and W. It ThdmpBou, bt Seattle, each toadJreu n meeting. Would Mortgage the Form. A farmor on Rurual Routo 2, Em plro On., W. A. Floyd by name, Bayn: 1 "Bucklon's Arnica Salvo curod tho two worst Borofl I over saw, ono on my ' I hand nnd ono of my log. It Is worth moro than its weight In gold. I would not bo without It if I had to mortgage , tho farm to got it." Only 2GontJ. C. Perry's drug Btoro. . Slightly Colder With Snow. Whon you boo that kind of a neither forecast you know thnt rhoumitliq weather Is at hand. Get read; (or It now by getting a bottle o( Bil lard's Snow Llnlmont. Finest thing mado for rlioumatlBin, chilblain, frost hlto, soro and stiff Jalnti til muscles, all acho3, and paint. lit, 50c and S1.00 ti bottlo Sold bjr tl! dealers. I Buy a MONARCH Malleable Range It Pays for Itself ; BUYING a Monarch Range Is llko Investing a llttlo monoy "'at,' such Bplondld Interest that It payu back tho principal In n yoar or bo, nnd thon for unlimited years brings 0 roturn of from 25 to 50 por cont. BECAUSE Th JH' A Healthy Family. "Our wholo family has enjoyed good health since wo began rasing Dr. Klpg's Now Llfo PUIb, threo years ago," says L. A. Bartlet, of Rural Routo 1, flullford, Malno. Thoy cleanse and tono tho system In a gen tle way that does' you good. 25c at, J. O. Perry's drug store. in Yin? T TEHhT'D'T'V JCi J1XjJlLXv ! FIRST CLASS ATTRACTION The "Yo Llborty" continues to glvo roflnod and first-class shows. Tho only jiIucq tn tho city to aoo Pictures That Talk, Slug and Dauce. Illustrated songs full of mol dv; animated pictures that do not hurt your oyea. ur house Ib thoroughly ventilated, oqulpped with comfortablo Boats and ample entrances and ex its. Chango program every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Souvenie Matinees Evey Saturday fo " Ladies and Cfiilden ADMISSION 0 CENTS SEATS FREE A Monarch require lint little lnorajlinn, one-half tho fuel burned up by a "hteel range" of tho common type." Moreover, it docs mvny with the usual repair hills miva lnuch time eliminates tho linrd part "f kltclum work and in addition doc R'h work w WELL that It satisfies an 110 other can. , .. .J YOU DON'T HAVE TO TAKE OUU WORD FOR THESE THINGS Investigate for yomrsolf tho way tho Monarch is built, Let us show you how tho Malleablo iron and heavy steel nlates aro rlvltod together, making nlMlght joint without tho uso of STOVE PUTTY. See tho brightly polished top and body, which will retain their flnc k appearance forevor without tho mse of stove black-. ing. Also uotlco the duplex draft and other, .ox- clus'vo features. These things PROVE our state QSUy SntlsfaLCtery"K&nj STEEL RANflKS MM&V$. ORDINARY WAY AMI A5TV PUIi EXTRAVAQANT Thoy are not wade In the ri way nor oven of tho right WJ of material. It Is not wl to. W ono, nor oven to continue nf ono, thbugh you may have had It oniy years. It's peaiUB havo already opened up--I...... .... ...i . h ,-.tv has fallen o and these"alleaka" into rfho flues and we cause a wasto of f uol every year equal to a part of the cost of a Monarch. WADE, PEARGE Salem, - - ; Oregon A Persoiml Word to Intea Itango Buyers In ranges aB well as other IUJJ few aim to handle the best to W had. Our many years' experiJ In tho range business has qualnted us with all m Ganges and we ?,, ..Monarch Is the one and only nj .that could Justify tho above eiw ,t- ? . - j .jaA; f. yryCTWtjar..y . k'iV Ti. 331 Aolt. u j! - -Vi-