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jO U E S T G ltO V E , OREGON, T H U R SD A Y . DECKMHKK 1«, i 8 i>7.
EASY CHAIRS, ROCKERS,
. . . BAMBOO GOODS,
S M Y R N A RUGS, PICTURES
. . . AND PICTURE FRAMES
p ro fessio n a l C ards.
LOOK AT ME NOW.
C. E . G E IG E R ,
HEOPATHIC p h y s ic ia n
One year ago last Februaiy
I was taken down with Sciatic
Rheumatism. I finally had
| to resort to crutches. I suf
fered excruciating pain. I
| took Vitae Ore and am with
out pain, and can sleep as well
as I ever could. My kidneyB
were vefy bad and bothered
me very much, and that is all
removed. I now feel as well
as I ever did.
You can inquire of any bus
iness man in town and he will
tell you the same as I have
said in regard to my afflic
tions. I will publish more
testimonials that reside in Ore
gon soon for the good of the
I keep Vitae Ore on hand.
Try it. It cured me, and it
will cure you if you use it ac
cording to directions.
NELSON L a COURSE,
Forest Grove, Oregon.
and surg eo n
Lind residence, Bowlby house,
west of Forest Grove hotel.
I FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
si attention paid to M edical and Surgical
a of Women and C h ild re n and a ll chronic
|P . ARMSTRONG, M. D.
(Successor to Dr. W ard,)
e snd residence in Doctor W ard’s
|t house on Pacific avenue.
¡cial attention given to Diseases of
i N ix o n ,
D E N T IS T ,
plinto4 p . m .
m .H. T o n g u e
E. B. T o n g u e
N otary Public
THOS: H. & E. B. TONGUE
I t t o r n e Y - A T - L A
H il l s b o r o , O r e g o n
[Rooms 3 , 4 and 5 , Morgan Block
SMITH & BOWMAN,.
I Notarial Work and Conveyancing.
& 7 Morgan B lk .
H IL L S B O R O , O r .
LANGLEY & SON
Taken in time, Vitae Ore in an infalli
ble cure lor diphtheria.
a n d c o u n s e l o r s a t law
Collections a specialty,
e:—Up-stairs, rooms 1, 2 and 3,
W agne: Building.
|X . T h o m p s o n
[Mr. La Course is p ersonally knows
to me as a reliable man, and the story o f
his suffering and cure is w ell-know n to
the citizens of this community to be tru e .
h o m pson
FOR INVESTO RS AN D BORROW ERS
N E G O TIA TE D
THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE.
I Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be
Jfaverfected and C o n veyan cin g. Trust and
pcelegal business transacted . Notary Public.
THOMPSON & SON
An Eminent New York Chemist and
Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our
TO BUY HAS,NESS
AT . .
man’s Harness Shop
ON MAIN STREET.
*P a stock of harness, whips,
s> and everything else kept in a
st-class harness shop.
ie a specialty of all kinds of
C. V. BA N K S.
ft-W A T E R S.
UTERS & B A N K S
P R O P R IE T O R S O F
[fed C hopping Mill
CHOPPING ON T H U R S D A Y
[ CUSTOM g r i n d i n g
s p e c ia l t y
H IL L S B O R O
H IL L S B O R O .
Prof. Wall visited friends in Portland
Saturday evening and Sunday. He
brought out some new instruments for
John Gault returned to Corvallis Mon
day morning after a few days’ visit at
W. D. Smith and H. T. Bagley trans
acted legal business at Forest Grove
L. K . Adams, formerly of the law firm
of Barrett & Adams, is now located at
Circuit Court will probably close up
the business of the term by the last of
^ Grain and a ll k in d s o f F lo u r and M ill Feed
this week. The jury was discharged
^Master, Seeds, R o ck S alt, S ack s and Sack
Wednesday a. m.
T w in e.
C. A. Showers was transacting busi
| °°d *awin;r done a s ch e ap as th e cheapest.
ness and visiting relatives here and at
Goods delivered in a n y p a rt o f city,
Forest Grove this week. He talks of go
ing to Alaska in the near future.
Mrs. T. F. Brown is very low and little
[Bundreds of thousands have been in-
hopes are entertained for her recovery.
^ to try Chaim berlain’s Cough
gales spu r .
ledy by reading for others, and hav-
J tested its merits for themselves are
Mr. Hi Naylor has been visiting
I t *ts warmest friends. For sale by friends here for the past week.
r C' Clark, druggist.
Mrs. John Dethlefs has been visiting
her daughter at Blooming for several
D E A L E R S IN
1 the Lowest
John Haney was at the Spur last Sat
urday and took the evemng tram for
Beaverton intending to stop over night
and go from there to Portland.
Mrs. Darling Smith, of Patton \ alley
was at the Spur one day last week on
The Gaston Milling Co. is haying some
N e x t door East of trouble with their mill race- It ,s cav‘
in some places and breaking out
Dr. Large’s Office
into the river in' others, but they am at
on it and will soon have :t all right
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P U B L IC
The Spur is not going to be left out in
the cold. She is to have a telephone
line from S. N. Miller’s to F. W. John
son’s with a side track to E. i*. McCor
mick’s but at last account it was not
working from some cause but we pre
sume that the boys will get it fixed all
Mr. Joseph Beal, of Washington, is
visiting with his brother Geo. Beal.
Sherry Johnson writes from California
that he likes the country very well and
that he has a good prospect for work.
Farm wages are $30 per month.
Ora Kay has returned from Walla
Walla where he has been attending
school. Ill health was the cause of his
G IL L E Y .
We were treated to an excellent ser
mon by Kev. Mr. Rice, of Forest Grove,
Mr. B. D. Wilcox went to Hillsboro
on Wednesday’s train.
Mr. W. K. Newell left for Portland
Sam Aplin made a buisness trip to
The sawmill will Itegin operations again
as soon as the water permits.
P rep aratio n s have been m ade for a
C hristm as tree a t th e M. E. c h u rc h .
The foot-ball team went to Hillsboro
and played a good game and were
defeated by a score of 8 to 10. Thinking
that defeat was not enough, some of their
number, especially the younger one«, dis
graced themselves by satisfying their
thirst in a very improper way.
SCH O O L
B U IL D IN G .
Mrs. Janeway’s daughter arrived from
her home in Washington Saturday.
Grover Hagey and wife made a trip to
The Free Methodists are holding a
series of meetings in the Friends’ church.
It is reported that I)r. Saylor will give
a party at the new- drug store on Friday
Miss Smock went to Portland Satur
day for a few days’ stay.
J. Biggs was sentenced to two years’
imprisonment for stealing money from
Gertie Hodson, of LaFavette, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Lucy Young.
“ They don’t make much fuss about it.”
Wa are speaking of De W itt’s Little
Early Risers, the famous little pills for
constipation, biliousness, and all stomach
and liver troubles. They never gripe.
J. C. Clark, Druggist.
’VARSITY ITEM S.
Prof. Nash and wife,of Pacific. Theolog
ical Seminary, Oakland, California, vis
ited Pacific University Thursday and
Friday of last week. Friday morning
the professor ad«ire«sed the student liody
and in the afternoon those interested in
his line of work. A reception was given
to the professor and his wife Friday
evening at Herrick Hall by the members
of the faculty and their wives.
Rev. Cephas Clapp attended chapal
Friday morning. Always glad to see
Arrangements are completed for an
intercollegiate debate between Portland
SH ERW O O D.
and Pacific Universities. The debate
14.—The pile-driver is again sta-
will take pla-e in Portland some iirac
^ re .
next month. Gamma Sigma will be
represented by A. D. Schoch, J. E.
Kirkwood and John Miller.
Great interest is being taken by both
literary societies this year in debate, and
Friday evening will witness a great for
ensic struggle between Philos and Gam
mas. The former will be represented
by Miss Parker as principal, colleagues,
Misses Gleason and Wilkinson, while
John Miller, J. E. Kirkwood and Lynn
Lancefield will represent Gamma Sigma.
The question for debate is, “ Resolved
that the work of Hamilton has done
more for our country than that of Jef
ferson.” Philo has the altirmative and
Gamma Sigma defends Jefferson. A
good literary program will also he ren
Thursday afternoon at one o’clock the
Freshman and Sophomore rhetoricals
will occur in the auditorium. The pub
lic is invited.
Friday evening at 7 :30 the Seniors and
Juniors will display their literary gems
to the public in the auditorium of Marsh
The party given by the members of
the Ladies Boarding club at the resi
dence of Mrs. Yoder a few evenings ago
was a pleasant affair. The evening was
spent in playing games after which re
freshments were served. A novel feat-
nre was a word guessing contest in
which Miss Hattie Yoder carried off
first prise while the booby fell to Miss
The distinguished New York chem ist,
T. A. Slocum, demonstrating his discov
ery of u reliable and absolute cure far
Consumption (Pulmonary T uberculosis)
and all bronchial, throat lung a n d cheat
diseases, stubborn coughs, c a ta rra l affec
tions, general decline and w eakness, loos
of flesh, and all conditions of wastiiqt
away, will send THREE FR EE BOT
TLES (all different) of hia New D iscov
eries to any afflicted reader of th e H a V-
c u r t writing for them.
Hia “ New Sci
entific Treatment” has cured thousand*
permanently by its timely use, and ha
considers it a simple professional d u ty to
suffering humanity to d o n ate a tria l a t
his infalliahle cure.
Science daily develops new wonders^
and th is g re a t ch em ist, p a tie n tly cxp< Il
m en 11 n g for years, h as produced resolte
as beneficial to h u m a n ity as can b->
claim ed by an y m odern genius. Hia as
sertion th a t lu n g tro u b les a n d consump
tion are cu rab le in an y clim ate ia pro.cn
by “ h e a rtfe lt le tte rs o f g ra titu d e ,” £ ’ ‘d
in h is A m erican a n d E uropean labor sto
ries in th o u sa n d s from those cured in ail
p a rts o f th e w orld.
M edical e x p e rts concede th a t bronchi*!,
c h est a n d lu n g tro u b les lead to C on
su m p tio n , w h ich , u n in terru p ted , means
speedy a n d ce rta in d eath .
Sim ply w rite to T. A. Slocum , M. C-,
98 Pure stre e t, New Y ork; giving post-
office an d ex p ress address, and th e free
m edicine will be p ro m p tly sent. Suffer
ers should ta k e in s ta n t a d v an ta g e of Ids
g enerous proposition.
Please tell th e d o cto r th a t you saw U s
offer iu th e H a TCHUT.
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Women to travel (or responsible
llih ed hou»e tn Oregon. «»Iary ( 7 HO,
SIA weekly an<l expenses. Position
Reference. Enclose self addressed
»«lope. The National. Star H ulldlns.
P ro sp e rity com es q u ic k e st to th e man |
w hose liver ia in good co n d itio n . I)e-
t o c u r b A c o i n IK O K I D A T
W itt's L ittle Esrly R isers are famoua. Take Laxative Brome Quinine Table
little pills for co n sti|ia tio n , biliousness, I A jj druggist* refund the money if it hi
indigestion a n d all sto m ach an d liver
25 centa. For ■*!• by J .
troubles. J . C. Clark, Druggist.