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BORNSTEDT & RUEGG
IF YOU ARE GOING TO IH'Y A MOW EH OK RAKE
title •iiiiimer, Call and let ua «bow you the >u|a<rior point« of the
NOI MADE IIY THE TRUST and has aouie good
point« the (mat niowura have not.
ASK ANY LADY
WHO UHEH ONE
Pittsburg Pertect Fencing
•nd ar* ready to fill order*.
Everything Needed in the Hume
Everything Needed on the Farm
Phone lor Prices, Phone lor Goods
Phone Fanners 281
JOHN BROWN S STORE
Carries All Kinds
Nl MBER, 311.
Agency for the Oregon Fire Relief Association
Fur F.antvrn .Multnomah and Clarkatnao (‘ountuo.
“The Busy Store”
TROUTDAI.E, Ore., June 3.—Mr«. J.
D. I-ogan and daughter, Mi*a Gladys,
are down from Washington visiting Mr.
and Mr«. H. H. Jzigsri.
E. G. liowen «nd wile went to Salem
on Friday afternoon, returning Satur
Mi»» Nina Yoik left here on Monday
1 to Join her parenla in Portland for the
Mr*. A. W. Briekley of llcll Station
vialtrd old friend* here Saturday.
Aland IM) employe* of the Union Meat
company Were thrown out by the rloa-
| Ing down of the glue laclory and wool
pullcry and a thinning out in other de-
■ partmenta last Saturday.
No ri-anon is
given for diMontiuuing Work in these
<le|«rtmeiits, but the prevailing opinion
to I list i* that H i* done in order to re-
; duce the wage acale. The men were
getting from |l 75 to *2 50 |ier day. On
Monday an offer wa* made to the ex
|M-rience-l wimi I-pullery men, who have I
I mmu receiving |2 50. to lake them on
again for II 75 tail the men refused
The flrat atory of Wi-iiihanll'* brick
building will l»< flni*he<I tn a few day*
The building Im finished in a few
day*. The building la not only living
very *ulMtaiitially built, hut ia being i
flnialieil very nicely inside and out.
Five brick niiaona la-aide a number ol
other employee are now at work.
Mrs. Sarah Ix.nley and daughters,
Geo. K.—Try the following simple
Mias Maud, May and Harriet, and sou remedv io elesr your poultry house ol
Harry, arrived here from Spokane last vermin : For keeping lice and mites out |
Friday and will s|iend tlie summer with of the poultry house I have tried quite ;
Mr*. IXinley's mother, Mr*. H. M. a lew remedies, but the best yet ia green |
cedar. Clip off an aririliil of green
Mi»* Ib-lia Morrison of Portland lias twigs, put them in a kettle, [Hit a shovel
lan-u »|*uding a few day* with Mr* J. ol live coals on it and clone the door
and window* light.
When you go in
again you will not gel any lice on you.
Mr*. J. A. Dunlrar visited Fairview A little aulphur thrown on the burning
friend* from Friday evening to Sunday. twig* will give better reiulla.
Mr. Dunbar Joined ber here Saturday
If K. I., will follow Ihi* advice his
fl B. Perkins and wife are guests ol trouble may I* avoideil:
their daughter, Mr*. O. A. Jackson.
Tl.e well-being of the entire body de
Mr. srnl Mrs. Perkins have jual re pend* greatly on the care given the feet.
turned from their homestead lu Eastern
The feet should be »»»lied daily in
Washington and exp« cl to remain Itere tepid water with soap, finishing with a
P. W. McKinlay of Portland was a dash of cold waler.
Thia will quicken the circulation and
Munday guest of his aunt, Mrs W. T,
prevent the feet becoming loo sensitive
Mrs. M L. Hsrdinglisin aud son Mer-
Mia* Delali Zimmermann ha* been
('allosites and corns will not occur if
visiting her anut, Mr*, law Campbell, vin visitad friends here Thursday and >he feet are a a*bed often.
of Pleasant View.
Half an ounce of Borax to a pint and
Mrs. R. W. Wilcox wa» out Friday a half of waler makes a g<«jd rinsing so
Mr*. Win. Southerland i* ill with ty
evening for the chicken pie »upper.
Buracic acid in powder may be dusted
Mi»* Sadie Wright of Portland spent
Mrs. M.Kilip of Goldendale, Wash.,
Sunday with Iler mother, Mr*. Ellen is visiting her niece, Mias Edith .Mc on feet which perspire disagreeably.
If feet are «wetly or too moist, rinse
in water containing a little powdered
Mr*. II. E. Surber and daughter,
Mrs. Julia Snover and son Oral of alum, vinegar or amonia.
Miss Opal, visited St John friem.» last
Portland have leen visiting Fairview
Mrs. G. C.—The heat time to transfer
Children'* Day exercise« will be given
bv Troutdale Union Sunday school next
lee Shaw of Rowena visited relatives bees 1» during fruit bloom while the
bees are bringing in honey, at which*
here the last ol the week.
Mr* Fred Zimmerman entertained
Geo McIntyre of Portland visited bis time there is less danger from robber
the ladle* Aid society at her home on sister, Mrs. Cura Anderson, on Sunday. tiers. There are several ways of trans
ferring, the old way of cutting open the
Mr*. Nickelson entertained the Meth
old hive and transferring the oiinis to
Miss Hylva Corder ha* returned from odist Ladies Aid society at her home at
the frames, and faatening them in with
a never*! day*' visit al Tacoma.
Curtis last Wednesday afternoon. Mea
were or twine is a disagreeable job. A
' Jack Oliver and wife have returned
better way is to have your new hive
(rum Walla Walla and again taken up Heslin, J.O. Downing, H. S. Wenger, ready with lull sheets of foundation in
I their residence in Troutdale.
each frame, then when the bees swarm.
Little page were guests. Music, conver
Jean Penny baa gone to Nome, Alaska,
hive them in the new hive.; place the
sation and a dainty lunch filled in the
to engage in mining.
new hive where the old one waa and set
the old oue back of the new one.
John Humphry wa* taken to Portland
Mrs. M. Davis of Baker City is visit en days after swarming place the old
last week for treatment lor rheumatism.
ing ber sister, Mrs. W. A. Townsend.
hive on top of the new one.
Mrs. Aaron Fox ha» lieen entertain-
Miss Laura Luce has gone to her one days after swarming all tile brood
> Mrs. Fredeiitbal and Mr* Kruwn of
borne at Forest Grove to spend her va in tile old hive will be hatched out,
then drum all the bee* out of the old
Mi»* Parmer of Dayton, Ore., was inf
Mrs. W in. Byers entertained her hive in front of the new one, and noth
1 Troutdale Tuesday.
mother, Mrs. J. M. Turqer, last week. ing remain* in the old hive but some
Mr. and Mr* Aaron Fox are enter
Mrs. Turner will go to Caldwell, Idaho, old comb which you can reduce to wax.
taining Mr. Fox’* brother and aiater,
after visiting relatives at La Camas and Your colony will then be in good con
Mrs. Hannah Fuchs and Manuie Fox,
Salem a few days. Mr. Turner ha* giv dition to harvest a crop of white clover
lx>(h of Oregon City.
en up the ministry ami baa gone into honey if we have a good season.
Emmanuel May, wife and daughter, the jeweler business with bis eon, J. G.
of Portland were recent guests ol Aaron Turner, at Caldwell.
Fox and wife,
Ed Smith is quite bully disabled as a
a heavy vote
Sam Rosenthal and Juliu» Newbetger result of a fall from a barn loft lie was here election day, the principal ieeue
‘ of Portland were guest* of Alliert Fox.
working on last Thursday.
Mi** Eva Bristol of Portland ia visit
Miss Nellie Hunter has taken up her
Mre. J. Ko|iler of Boaton, .Mass., is
ing her aunt, Miss Nancy Huxlon.
residence in Portland and is caring for visiting her aialvr, Mrs. McElroy.
A am-ceaafitl competitor for a cup aa
a prize In a foot race at Ravannab
made thia graceful temperance «peach
In accepting It "Gentlemen. I have
won thia cup by the use of my leg«.
Kay Sexton wa* down from Pocatello,
I trust I may never loae the u»e of my
leg» by the u«o of thia cup."— Kansas Idaiid, to attend the funeral of hi* sis
ter, Mr*. Daisy Hickey, who wa* buried
from the Troutdale Methodist church
"Thought you suld' you limi planisi
1 last Wednesday, May 27, Rev. C. B
that ten acre llelil'r" »nld thè tirai leaaoti any» It 1» more lileaaed to give
than to receive Can you give me an Reese conducting the service,
ment was in l*ougl«M cemetery.
I only •ahi I »na thluklng example In which that la true?
Tommy Tucker— Yve’tll. It'« when Seston of Sweet Briar Farm is Mrs.
about plowing II," »aid the accunil
maw'a nway from home and 'atead of Hickey's father and Bert Sexton of
“lib. I Bee You've merely turned It w rilin' to |uiw »lie aenda him picture . Troutdale, a brother.
ovar In voiir •el.ol "
met death at the hands of J. Edward
A curious Incident happened during Ilium in Portland on May 24th.
Mr Ctiellua (aternlyi I've come fur
a »tag limit on Etiuoir. England. Aft
The acliool children thoroughly en
er a fine gallop the atag waa taken,
Ml»« Olddaj About wbat?
Mr Cbellua I wit tit to know wbat and In hla struggles he U|>aet several joyed their picnic in the Adventist park
you mean by Itvlng rn*ag«xl to Jack tccehlvea Hound» and field were rout last Thursday in »pile of the Ibra aten-
(layman aud to me at und and the ed. and It waa some time before the ing weather.
atag*« iMMly could 1« recovered by men
•«-allied In muallu.
Mi»« Gldday Nothing
There la an old fashioned precaution
of keeping a g->at In a »table Happen
ing always that the animal» are !<»»>e,
the g-uit will leave the atable on the
outbreak of a fire, and the horw-a wIJ1
follow the goat when no amount of
persuasimi from num will get the terri
fied creature« to billige l .onduli Mail,
A Thoroughbred Imported
Owxan Hr T h «
PERCHERON HORSE ASSOCIATION
DECI D E
WILL HAVE HEADQUARTERS
for 1908 it T. BRUGGER'S, GRESHAM
Where he will xtaml Thursday.
Friday forenoon and Saturday.
Monday noon to Tuesday noon
at J. C I'eterwon'», 2 mi. «outh of
Tuendav evening to Wednesday
Man at KÖM i - l ain, I'.'iinaacita.
Friday afternoon« at J. Struch-
cn’« place, Sandy Road.
inlormdllun for Subscribers
Under the law governing the deporta
tion of undesirable Immigrant* Uncle
Ham almoat found hlmnelf obltgisl to
tualat on the expulsion of the twelve-
yearold Russian lad who traveled
•lone from the cxar'i domain to the
land of the free with 2 ruble« (alMMit
111 In hla |>ocket. The lad waa finally
eared for by relative« here. Of course
the reatrlctiona upon the eutrance of
paupers are wine and proper, aud yet
It aeemed a pity that the Uniteti State«
•hould be obliged to look askance upon
the coming of a yonugater filled with
ao much pluck and determluaHon. He
will In all likelihood grow np Into an
J. A. CARTHON
an elderly lady at the Patton Home.
Beil Brothen» have built a new butch
J. II. Schram lias been attending a er uhop.
meeting of the mailcarriers' association
Frank Skinner and M. McKenney
started early Wedneeday morning on
Mr. and Mrs Still are feeling very horeetmek for Harney county where
proud over the birth of a bwby girl in they intend to take up a homestead.
their home on May 2Slb.
Mrs. Lulu Ott of l.iCamas has been
visiting relatives here.
The proceeds of the chicken-pie sup-'
per, given last Friday evening, amount
ed to about $4 1. After the dinner, Rev.
Mr. l'ague of the Bridal Veil Methodist
church spoke on the ‘Anti Saloon.''
Mr». T. Miller of Barton viaited her
parents, G. W. Zimmermann and wife,
Mis* Calla Heslin has returned home
from Baker City where she has been
teaching school. She will spend her va
OREGON cation at her home here.
llarneaa and Shoe REPAIRING
V. E. FOSBI.RO, Prop.
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Whatever your Watch or Clock
New!* I can fix it for you, or it
you need a new timepiece tor
Lome, office or pocket um I can
supply your needs and guarantee
SIMPLE HOME RECIPE.
Fred D. Flora
Ml* this Simple, Helpful Recipe at
Home and Try It, Anyway.
Hit Morrison Street
Near Pap’« Reilanrant.
Get from any pri-acription pharmaciat
Fluid Extract I hi ode I ion, one-half
ounci-; Coin pound Kargon, one ounce:
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
Shake wi-ll in a Imltlr ami take a lea-
spisiuful done after each meal and at
The above ia considered by an emi
nent authority, who write« in a New
York daily paper, as the finest prepar
ation ever written to relieve Beckache,
Kidm-y Trouble, W.-ak Bladder, and all
forma ol Urinary difficulties. This mix
ture acts promptly on the eliminative
tissues of the Kidneys, enabling them (Farmer« Mutual Fire Retief A m ' ho I Porllarvl)
to filter and strain the uric acid and
other waste matter from the blood
which causes Rheumatism.
CONSERVATIVE, STRONG, SAFE
Some person* who suffer with the
afflictions may not feel inclined to place
much confidence in this simple mixture,
yet those who have tried it say the re
sults are simply surprising, the relief
living effected without the slightest in i Apply to H. W. Snashall. Pres.
jury to the stomach or other organs
Mix some ami give it a trial.
It cer Write to J. J. Kern, Secretary.
tainly come« highly recommended. It
54J.5 E. Yamhill st.. Portland
is the prescription of an eminent
authority, whoae entire reputation, it
is »aid, was established by it.
A druggist here at home, when asked
stated that he could either supply the
ingredient* or mix the preparation for
our readers, also recommends it as
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Read the “Want Ads.” Your
Wants Supplied on page 8.
W.C. Schanlin, wife and son John,
who were injured quite badly about
their faces, as a result of being thrown
from their surrey near their home here
last Thursday, are all recovering.
king bolt came out ol the aurry aa they
were going at a lively rate and the occu
pants were thrown forward with great
The horses ran some dis
tance with the front wheels of the ve
hicle and plunged into a barbed-wire
fence. One of them was badly cut on
ft, aide and the other on one of its hind
feet. The horse, were worth
may be ruined for future work.
IN THE COUNTRY
All work dons by Hand
Portland Railway Light & Power Co.
R. W. Wilcox liaa rente.I Mrs. Julia
Snover's house «nd store building, *n.l
w ill move Cleone t»>stofliee into the
store this wewk
Mrs. Wilcox and
daughter* will move here in a short
lime. Mr. Wilcox will put in a small
stock of goods.
James Anderson and wife of Portland
visited relatives here Sunday,
Wagon and Carriage Work
Sandy Harness Shop
Mita Th B«st Sattlts
Under this head wa will answers lim
Mr. and Mrs. H .Murphy have re
ited variety of questions relative to ths
turned from a trip to the Rose City.
farm or borne provided they do not re
Mis* Ruth Murphy I* visiting ber sla
quire axtrama technical knowledge and
FAIRVIEW, Ora., June 2.— Mr. and
ter at Kalama, Wash.,
Mrs. E. 0. Metis« an4d«ughter enter
Mrs. Holden and daughter are visit
tained Ilia following guests last Satur
1. In wbat mauner must a liarbed ing in Portland.
day and Bunday l Mr. and Mrs. H. ('.
wire fance lie ion*tri>ct*l to ba a lawful
Messrs. Rash ami Wakeman Brothers
Campbell, Mias Celia Bwigert, Mrs. A.
fence? W L. M. C.
are Waith vbitors.
W. Znqmer man and daughter. Misa
Section 4.MH, Oregon laws, specifies
Earnest Asdmff killed p small bear
Rae, Mr apd Mr*. Kidney Smyth and
that a fair laid wire fence must have a i while on a trip up Bafmon.
family, Mrs. Mi-Gaw, mother of E. G.
boixrd six inche* wide, one inch thick or
Mr Mayers and wife and son and
Mitiaw, all of Portland, Mrs. Anna
pole four ioetiee in diameter, not le»*
Mr. Kardell of Gresham, are up bare on
Scott from Ohio ami Mrs. Smyth of
han eight indies below ilia tup wire.
a fishing trip.