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About The new age. (Portland, Or.) 1896-1905 | View This Issue
THUS .NJfiW AfckE, JfORTLAND, OKKUON,
OVtRCOM.NG A HABIT.
Thu habit of hucIiisIuii wan n dis
tinct trait In tlu family nf Nutlintilcl
llnwtlioniL'. Ono person, however,
wrltcH Mm. DhvIh In "llit.s of (5oslp,"
liatl no mlnil to eiieuiir.iKi' thin habit
In tin' Kiwit novelist. This was Miss
Kllzabotli 1'iuboily, Mrs. IlawthoniuSt
HlHtcr. It was her minion, hIiu fi'lt,
to brlii;; Hie meat iiovellnt out from
hiIIHiiI. m, where he wnlicr-il aiiart, to
the liroail way of common kciisu.
Mm. DiivIm linpiit'iii'il to he present at
her Kiaml ami hiHt coiip to this eml,
ami iliMcrlhi's II iih folhws:
One eiiitifr I was with Mrs. Haw
thorne In the little parlor, In Concord,
when the children lMoiijjIit In their
father. Suddenly Mls I'cnlioily up
pi'iir'il In the dnorway. .She IlKlite.l
the lamp, went out ami brought In
more lamps, ami then Kilt down and
united with an nlr of Ht.'rn resolutlo:!.
Presently Mr. Kmc-moii and his
ilniiKlitrr apprared, then Louisa Molt
and her father, then two j;riiy old cler
(.'.vincii, who were formally preeiilel
to Mr. llawthnriie, who now looked
nlioiit him with terrllled dismay. We
miw other I Ionics approaching In the
"What does tliM mean, KllznliotliV"
.Mrs. Hawthorne nKtl In an iiHlde.
"I did It. I went around and nil.r-il
a few people In to meet our fileiid
here. I ordered Home cake and lem
Her blue eyes flittered with triumph
iin Mm. Hawthorne turned away.
"They've been here two yeiiM," nil"
wlilnpercd, "and nobody Iuim met Mr.
Ilnwthorne, IVople talk. It's rldleti
Iiiiik! There'H no rc-iiHon why Sophia
hhould not ko Into Hoelety. So I Jmit
made mi cxciikc of your visit to lirlmr
The little room was ipdle full when
there ruatled In a woman who came
MmlKht to Mr. Hawthorne. I never
liifinl her naiuc, but I knew her at
hIkIiI as the Intelllueiit Questioner who
own you Into Idiocy ny her llueiit
"So dcllKhted to meet yoll at hist!"
hIic wild, Hisitlni; hers 'If beside hlin.
"I have nlwayH iidnilrrd your boolm,
Mr. Ilawlhorne. And now I want you
to tell mi' all about your methods of
work. I want to hear all abiiut It."
1 1 m at that moment his wife came
up itml wild that he was wanted out
hide, and lie esviptsl. A few moments
Inter I heard his Meps on the lloor
overhead, and knew that lie was wife
In the tower for tlic ulj;ht.
LANQUAQEOF THE DOQa
How n (limit lluiillntc Ciinlnr Ail
IrcmiCH IIIh Mimter In the Worn!,
"It may hoiiiuI ciiiIoim to persons not
familiar with the plcatturcn of hmitliiK
ami know little or iioIIiIiik of what 1
may call the liuik'iMp or dos. the Ian
KiniKc they use, not iiiiioiik themselves,
but when they want to addrens their
imiHleM In the woods, I say It may
Mimiil cnrlnim to stale that the experi
enced hunter can tell the kind of khiiic
treed by tint way the iIok barks, but
ho can do precisely thjs .very tiling."
mi old hunter said as he Kosslped with
a erowd of friends In one of the ho
tels, aiTiirdliiK to the New Orleans
"Of foume, I have reference to the
iillnround d(K, and not the dog that
niiiy be trained for n ptirtlculitr kind
of nport. There are deer dogs, bear
dopi, fox dog, cooli doKH, squirrel doKN
mill other iIoks that have what we
Mould call Hinonx human brings spe
(Initios nuil no matter how tempting
the game they will not dcpnrt from
their training to chase only it certain
kind of nnlmnl. Mut I was Just think
ing of the all-around dog, the dog (tint
will chase any old kind of animal.
"I recall a dog of this sort owned by
a friend of mine In Arkansas, and he
whs about the most useful iiii'inlirr 1
ever saw. He was good at any old
kind of game In the woods, ami was In
telligent enough always to know Just
what his master wanted to hunt. He
would tackle anything from a rabbit to
a bear ami had enough hound In him
to always bar!; when he struck n trail.
This baiklug ciuixtltuted the language
be used when he wanted to nnilfj his
master what Kind or trail he had
htruck, and his in. inter would know
ipille as well as If he had railed out
the name of the thing. He knew b
the wa, the dog barked.
"If he merely htriirk a r.ildili track
lie made little nolt-e, and he was not
very noisy mi a Miulrri'lV trail, though
the bark was somewhat dliVurcnt from
that UMd when lie trailed a rabbit. So
the coon yelp ami the 'possum yelp
were tllll'crciit us to each other and dll
fulfill its to other yelps anil a trllle
louder than the harking on a labblt or
a Miulrrcl trail Hut let him Mrlkc a
ileur trull or a boar trail - well, you
would tliluk the world was coming to
mi end. He would make more uolxe
than m whole wck of dogs.
"The blitger the game. It Mfius. the
louder he would bark. And jet his
master could tell from the way the dug
Intoned Ills yelp whether he was chut.
Ing a InstrNir a deer, and he wouldn't
have to wall either to litirii the charac
ter and direction of the dog's iuoe
ineuts In order to determine what kind
of trail he had struck "
A llo Uiulvrnloixl It,
"Did you read that article In ycster
day' paper headed 'A lloinan IJctor'V"
nskisl llrown of his friend lireon,
"Nm" r'pllel (1 recti, whoso histori
cal knowledge Is limited. "I never
n ad Htich nonconse, 1 suppivse, though,
the woman deserved a licking or the
Human wouldn't have given It to her,
)ld bIw havt' hliu arrest is;!?"
YalueH or commodltleri depend on
vi ItuUwr you want to buy or uclL
CM - Wm
Mumps. This complaint Is not. n
n rule, dangerous, but sometimes very
painful, limit poultices always nf
Tord great relief. Kill llannel ling
with brnn nnd heat In the ovon. The
diet during mumps should be liquid, II
swallowing is dllllciilt. Sonieilmei
deafness Is apt to follow. He careful
that tho child does not get Into drafts.
Warm linseed oil should he gently
rubbed Into the swollen parts.
Sore Throat. Those subject to sure
throat will find the following prepara
tion simple, cheap and highly elllea
clous when used In the early stage
Pour a pint of boiling water on thirty'
leaves of the common sage and let the
Infusion stand for an hour; add vui
cgar Niilllclent to make It pleasantly
acid and honey to taste. The mix
ture' should be used as a gargle twice
n day. There Is no danger If mime ol
It Is swallowed.
Celery Cure for Itheuinntlsm. One
nf the Intest Ideas Is that celery Is a
cure for rheumatism. The celery should
bo cut Into pieces and boiled In water
until soft, and the water drunk by the
patient. Put new milk with it little
flour nnd nutmeg Into a saucepan with
Hie boiled celery, Nerve It warm with
n piece of toast, eat It with potatoes,
nuil the painful ailment will soon yield,
Such Is the declaration of a physician
who has again and agoln tried the
experiment, and with uniform success.
Treatment of Hums. In n scrhnu
burn, as soon as the lire Is extln
gulshed, the clothes must be re
moved. If not already thoroughly wet,
the Injured part should he drenched
with water and the clothes cut away
Kvcrythlng must be saeiiliccd to get
ting them off without pulling, as tin
slightest dragging may bring the skin
off, too. If patches of the clothing
adhere and will not drop off, they must
be allowed to remain. Dip cloths In a
thick solution of common wiisIiIuh
sodn In wntcr and Iny them over the
burnt surface, tmudiiglng lightly to
keep them In place. As soon as it dry
spot appears on this dressing, wet II
with the sodn nnd water by sipiee
lug some on It. There will be no Hinnrt
lug while it U saturated and exclude!
Thu Bureau Saloon
Clinical lniH)rUil nnit Point tlc
WINCS, UQUOHS AND CIGARS
nrl slid Morrlnt'ti htn, , I'nrtUiul, Ori'Kun
OREGON PLATING WORKS
GoIJ, Silver, Nickel, Htm ani Copper Nillnr
HnnlMKte suit lewulcm' FIiiMh-pi itniillriiloil.
Iremh (IrrxliiK, Oxl.llzcl blhcr; Oxtllii'it
l'oii)nr: A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 o llri. Itumi lloldj (lolil tiki
1'nlUliliiKi l.riUeriiKi (illillnr
I'hmip MhIii 2574. . ,
t'Jl WnliiiiKt(in Htroct, Portland, Ore.
THP 5TAP M KHAMUR
I IIC Olrtl Proprietor
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Klml-CUim Kurnlihod Itooini from
(j.rsj to isuiperwenk
S. W. Cor. FUtb oJ Burailir Sti. PORTLAND. OR
on meat wo.
All PlaliiK 'r iiinl
Flmt CIkhi HotvUHliit
nt'MNiirittiiK iniy hid
UNION MCAT COMPANY'S
rRCSM AND CURtD MtATS
Tlio Hi-Hi lii the Mitrlt't, rntrmdio llnniu In-
dtry PORTLAND. ORtGON
THE LOBBY Ci
WILLIAM MOFKCTT. Prop.
I uriiierl' of llreinorton
' IllfilltSI GRADES ItqUORS AND WINCS
Free l.uiu'li Psy Mint Night
Pimm' lltsik 171 rirl Sin-ct
American Vinegar & Pickle Works
W II in NHY. l'rn
rAlSllP. PICKHS, VIM GAR. SAUCIS.
lIDtll, MUSTARD, lltUING, AMMONIA
I'tlollK KhI I'.M 1JI rillllll AM'IIMO
I'oitri ni. oiti:iiHN
CAIMTOL COFFEF. COMPANY
si r,i Auti'ii) it, lor. Hovfiit."
K I'lAicH T. Mioiukit
fnfiilii imiirnioU (Jhh Hint MiicIih), I'ruiii'h
llri'llllll (JllMI Hllit Mlll'llH), t llill
iUt-iiil, roimUr nit'iut
lt, fpW'i, l.MraelH, I to I'luuio Went ,EM
G.cScM. Bottling Co.
RED CROSS MINERAL WATER
A Natmal Medieiual Water
A peelrteforKlieuin.UlHiu, DvHjiepsia,
Constipation and all Kliln-y, l.ixoraud
Telephone Kant ISfi
n lulm Ave. POKTI.Al, OHIH50N
Pure Ice Cream
Hotel, Restaurant, Railroad,
and Boat Trade Solicited
Office, 205-207 Washington St.
ROBERT A. PRESTON
Cor. 231 mid Thurtuan 8t.
,'honc Mb.,, 16.0 PORTLAND, OREdON
New England Undertaking
FINE GQCDS REASONAALE PRICES
flee Ainliulsnr l'liono 272
0)ionte I'ustiilllic itOJi 1'oct
ask rotm anooEft ron our
Crackers, Cakes, Biscuits
FACTORY AND OrFIOEB,
East Third and East Davis Sts.
TELEPHONE EAMT 47
F. L0KETZ It CO., Piops.
The Leading Popu
lar Priced Tailors
Suit Club No. 4.
nurci) tn I'hv to tlio rittt.
Mt-uk (nr thirty rclii-i'di
tlv- Huekn. II I iluilllit
ilrnw m unit ol cliillU'N tie
(nru tlii'iixtilritttonot ttui
thirty wtoVk, thou unlit
imyiiiuiitit nru to lurnilit
like thoio, hut how your
I'lothm nut a hy your old
frli-liiK TIIK PAHIIION
TA 1 1.0 It.
1'hulio MkIii R77
W P'P' " W W W W 9 9
IN YOUR HOME
Bring comfort and cheerful
ness during the long winter
nights. Enjoy a few comforts
while you are alive, for you are
a long time dead, J J J J J
Made, "A Little Better Than
Seems Necessary" by
The Best Workmen
The Best Material
The Best Machinery
NONE CAN BE BETTER !
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j DAHO ADVERTISI NG
. Th"S- ,,1,th' ''r0 hm K,g' V" V
The Blyth & Fargo Co.
Evanston, Wyo. Pocatelto, Idaho
Peasley Transfer Co.
Freight, Baggage, Furniture
ttionms 903 Main St. BOtSK, IDAHO
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00
KfttUIOcil IM9. Dooy I'nlnca Hotel lllit'g
llti:il (I. MOCK, PnxMotit
1 J. CONIIOY, VIccPrt-Milciit
('. It. IIU:K1:Y, Cuilder
lltANK JKNKINSON, Ah'1 Cmhlcr
Boise Transfer S Storage Go.
It. M. Boll Plioiiu
Light and heavy hauling. Con
ilgnmrnU of freight left in our
charge will receive prompt atlen
tion. Storage at reasonable rates.
See that you give your baggage to
Boise Transfer & Storage Go.
South Tenth Street,
J. A. .Murray.
D. V. StnnJroJ.
Wni. A. Antlie.
I. N. Anthri,
first national bank
of Pocntullot Ulnlio.
DAVIDSON GROCERY CO.
We Operate the Only Coffee Roast
ing Plant in Idaho
Cor. 13th and Front Sts.
BOII2 - - IDAHO
TUTTLE HERGAHTILE CO., LTD.
GOODWIN MININO CANDLES
Judson Powder, Fuse and Caps
CELEBRATED OLYAIPIA BEER
I). W. Church KurloC. White C. C.ChlUuii
CHURCH & WHITE CO.
Phone Main 631 8
You can me our phone without pay
The name of the place is the
K. VANDRAN, Prop.
130 Washington Street
Between llthand 12th
29 Second St., Portland, Or.
Tolopliono MAIN cXT
Sols Growors of the Celebrated
An Ktom Oyster Trnnitutoil
ul grow n on our bod t
"UNKQUALKD IN FI.AVOK
Cannery at South Bend, Wash.
Wholesalo Dealers in All Varieties
of -Native Oysters.
i cait 1 aic riTV t
I JrtLI LrtlAL till t
Salt Air Extracts, Baking
Powder, Spices and Coffees
ARE THE BEST OR MONEY BACK
Salt lako OoffeoA Sploo Mills
SALT LAKE, UTAH
LEAVER DRUG CO.
Cor Third West and Bouth Temple. Tolc
Salt Lake City, Utah.
l FARGO, N. D. i
MARSH & BALL
Livery Snlc and Hoarding
llcnvy Draft nnil Fino Driving Horses
furHalu. lleitr.tcH, HiickH mid
CnrriiiuoH Omi. lViHtolllce.
Teleplioiiu Call 137. PARQO, N. D.
f-'nmplu Trunks and Cases niado to or
der, ltupnirintf done promptly. Old
TritnkH Taken in Exchange, liny your
tniiiku wliuru they maku tlieni and huvu
014 I'ront Street.
FARGO, N. D.
T. E. YERXA
FAROO, N. D.
Staple & Fancy Groceries
Fruits and Cigars.
Opposite N. P. Depot
Green A Eggert
First-Class Butchers 4 Packers
The Best Market In the City
1 1 Illicit Prices I'aiil for
All Kinds of Live Stock
FARGO NORTH DAKOTA
West Oakland Bank
AND TRUST COMPANY
C1IAH. M. WlI.I.AItl). I'rerldent.
M. K. 1IAUOIIKHTY, lit Vice l're.
K. C. 1IAIIN. 3m Vlco I'rcs.
U. I.. WINES, t'mhler.
No. 1788 Seventh Street,
WHEN YOU GET DISGUSTED
WITH POOR WORK, RING UP
BOTH PHONES "104 "
Promptness is the essence of all
good business; lack of it the cause
of many failures.
W. H. BROTT, Mgr.
ORIENT INSURANCE CO.
Ol' I lAUTI'OUD
Place your insurance with Tohn P.Sharkey,
Agent. Telephone Mail 180. 70J Cham
br of Commerce, Portland, Oregon.
tP?Cj! As well if
'J$l out of I
wmw kum immw m 1
t AMAHA IMPRDACkYA t
Storz Blue Ribbon
A Beer of Superior Excellence
Brewed and Bottled only by
Storz Brewing: Co.
I tho only exclusive lmnn?o Hue In Oinnhu
nnd tho nuly mid rucuKiiixucI hy the rnllroiul
Cummerclnl nnd , tlicntrlcnl biislnem n Hu
daily, City riitcdtliu lowest.
Olvo Your Ctiooft to Our Agant
On Trafnm or ol Depot,
1314 Howard Street
Tlio Iloer you llko. A(,'uncien in nil
Weuteru Citien mid Towdh.
BEST THINGS TO EAT AND DRINK
Which Means the Best Quality
McCORD BRADY CO.
PAXTOH AND G1LLAGHEB CO.
Coffee Roasters and
Oldest Jobbing Grocers in the West. E
tabllihed 1863-1904. Special attention given
to mall order.
Union Transfer Co.
lhi(,'KH!0 Ltorel Five Days Free
I)Bt,'go, Freight tuui Ftirnitiiru Movin
Prompt Attention to All Orders
Phono Main 241
131 N. Sixth St. PORTLAND, ORE.
g SPOKANE PORTLAND
RAMBLER AND PIERCE BICYCLES
Ballon & Wright
VholtAle and Ilvtall
Automobile Supplies and Tires
Sporting Goods and
86 Sixth Street
The Portland Machinery Co.
62-64 first St. Portland, Oregon
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