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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1906)
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fer«-» - - - ä ?
teetlmontal. m the kst»wo
prevloll a two—over IC.DMI.
* * “ bidins eonUdence of the people-
117 .» proof of Its unequaled worth.
r ' ,Pbe blood, cures all blood dls
L jl huner* and all eruptions.
K j T - the stomach, creates an
'“ ¡hulida UP the whole system.
tired feeling and makes the
1 ,°l>Mlauld, or in new tablet form,
g S * * ? * ’!'“ ’
■ r ick s f r o m
‘“ You make a good many mis
, ^ —pendent of Cardiff, Wales.
takes. I suppose,’ the lawyer said.
that great sand dunes extend
“ ‘ }o u too, no doubt,’ said the doc
■ ¡let »long the north coast o f the tor.
Chauneh These, In addition to
“ •Hut doctors’ mlstnkea are often
utterly worthless for ull pur-
burled deep under ground,’ said the
ire also a menace to the narrow lawyer.
* lowlands between them and
“ ’ 1 es,’ »aid the doctor, ‘and law
.,!!j A company o f business men
yers’ mistakes often swing six feet In
'.determined to P»t the sand to
the n lr !' *’
u!« and If their works proTe
table’ an Industry will he built up
F allacy About g tw s ls n .
Iris dunes. The plau Is to wanu
Jewelers, when watches ure with
, bricks from sand. The expert them for repairs, are frequently luault*
L has proved a success on the conti ed with the remak
.»here the bricks are produced in
I trust there Is no danger of crys
colors and take a glase satis tals being substituted for the Jewels lu
rilv Some experts claim that the works of my watch."
bricks made of sand and lime
For a great many persons think there
the building brick of the future are dishonest Jewelers who make a
:tlej and the United Kingdom.
practice, with “ full Jeweled” watches,
o f substituting crystals for the jewels
K efn rm X e e i c d .
asked the reporter, "is there at an enormous profit.
ITtj be any reform legislation in the
As a matter of fact, there W no truth
In this suspicion. A Jeweler, no matter
1 obably not,” answered the eminent how dishonest, could not steal the tew-
man, “hut the conviction Is growing els
In a watch, for they are valueless;
Fiber«' ought to be a change in the they only cost 10 cents apiece.
l o[ administering the oath in courts
In antique watches the Jewela were
fc c io e .”
often costly. In modern watches they
In «hst respect?”
I«y¡ it is felt tlmt a witness should are never worth more than $15 a gross.
I,«oro merely to tell the truth and
lag but the truth. Telling the whole
Makes a Difference.
L j, not only unnecessary in most
Dwellers In apartment houses some
L but is sometimes highly injudi- times seem to forget thut conversations
in the entrance halls may be overheard
by other tenants. This was the greet
WASTED TO A SH A D O W ,
ing which a belated husband received
| Found a Cure After Fifteen Years at the door of his apartment recently:
“ Don’t talk to m e! I know very well
what you would say! Ilut I know—
,H Stotts, messenger at the State
you have been off playing poker and
^itol, Columbus, 0 ., eovs:
lost all your money!’’
“ For fifteen years I
“ No, I didn't, my d ea r; I won twen
had kidney troubles,
, \ and though 1 doctored ty dollars,” was the conciliating an-
¡ 8" 'pr-
The other voice suddenly modulated.
“ Well, perhaps after all we women
are a little too severe— a man should
have a little recreation now nnd then.”
L o o k in g
PIRITU AL vision
Is not material
The ruses drop
from ain, hut the
," ? y r Work nu,y •»weed,” said Mr
| Klrkluud recently, “ or we may err
" e, ? ’ a" " 11 Dlny fal>- H must
f.” ® * “
, We m* ke '«» mlstakes-hut
• you know, mistakes are commou.
« ' « ‘ «kes are common everywhere
I heard a lawyer nud a doctor taunt-
ng one another this afternoon about
b l a s t s
W arn in g N o h , C allin g th*
tl“ l‘ “ U,_ er“ tur**
*»“ 1 the peo-
I pie o f Massachusetts hope to obliter
. ute the moth completely.
1 ’ faithfully, could not
find a cure.
heavy backaches, diz
zy headaches and ter
rible urinary disor
ders. One day I col
lapsed, fell insensible
on the sidewalk, and
then wasted away in
I for ten weeks. After being given
II began using Doan’ s K idney Pills,
lcouple of months I regained my
|health, and now weigh 188 ponnde.
five holes did it, and I have been
11 two years.”
I id hy all dealers.
50 cents a box.
pr-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, N. Y .
h o r n
God Is working
toward a perfect
man in a perfect
m a c
A criminal may
escape from his
c«ll. but not from himself.
Ttia Ufe 0f goodness Is the likeness of
rCrr' l ' ^
;:y ■:■ ■■■■ ■
^lany lose their souls to save their
T he W
It Is a mistake to be forever copying
Ritualism Is an attempt to feed men
/A’ D; k<» Him«
The simplest patriotism Is the hard
est to practice.
He Is a brave man who thinks new
The godly man Is he who acts divine
ly to Ills fellows.
Duplicity of conduct will not win Im
plied ty of confidence.
The riper the fruit of holiuesa, the
lower It bends Itself.
There will be “good will amongst
men” when they all do God’s wilL
The angel’s song Is not set for their
choir alone, but for all the chorus of
Sorrows cannot separate us from the
Savior, but He shall yet Beparute us
O d d R e ll t f t o u a l l l t e S t i l l P r u c t t c v d
A u i o u i f t h e A r m e n i a n P e o x a iita i.
inning S troke
The Rev. George E. White, a mission
ary of the American Bonrd In Marso-
vun, western Turkey, Is the uuthor oi
an article In the Hartford Seminary
Record on “ Present Day Sacrifice lu
Asia Minor,” In which he says:
“ Some time ago the writer was one
of a summer excursion party which set
out to visit a well-known iiool of water
tucked away in a beautiful nook high
up among the Anatolian mountains, and
with a wide reputation for sanctity and
healing powers. We arrived Just as the
last of a flock of 300 sheep were being
passed through a peculiar hole In the
= & ’
= S H O E S
thin edge of a huge ruck to deliver *
them from a disease of the liver sup W. L. D ouglas $ 4 .0 0 Gilt E dge Line
ca n n o t b e equalled at any price.
posed to prevent the proper laying on
*.U> ouíl «.
of fa t While we were lunching an
other party’ arrived who proceeded to
build a fire, kill a goat they had
brought and roast the meat, and after
a little we were presented with some
of the sacrificial meat and urged to Join
our new friends In the eating of it
The leader was a redhead or Shiite
Turk and was accompanied by his wife
and a nominally (Christian) Armenian
cattle-lifter. They did not Inform us
of the object of their petition and In
view of all the circumstances It would
not have been good form to Inquire. The
spot Is much frequented hy young moth
ers who wish to Induce an abundant
ESTAB l I5m, ;)
flow of milk. That happens to tie the
’JULY 6 i 8T«
only time that I have ever partaken of
C apital * 2 . 500,000
a u f o r n ia T ig S y r u p
~s^rr 7 r & , r v c i s c o rzzrr
•<.!; tí .»
• XJ5 "x
>• * >
fr V '
pT4 VJ1 i*R>ROR»IP|?|ipPr*
E levates W ater
W. L. D ouglas
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If more than ordinary skill in playing brings the honors of the
game to the winning player, so exceptional merit in a remedy
ensures the commendation of the well informed, and as a reason
able amount of outdoor life and recreation is conducive to the
health and strength, so does a perfect laxative tend to one’s
improvement In cases of constipation, biliousness, headaches,
etc. It is all-important, however, in selecting a laxative, to
choose one ot known quality and excellence, like the ever pleas
ant Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
C o., a laxative which sweetens and cleanses the system effect-
ually, when a laxative is needed, without any unpleasant after
effects, as it acts naturally and gently on the interna! organs,
simply assisting nature when nature needs assistance, without
griping, irritating, or debilitating the internal organs in any w ay,
as it contains nothing of an objectionable or injurious nature.
As the plants which are combined with the figs in the manu
facture of Syrup of Figs are known to physicians to act most
beneficially upon the system, the remedy has met with their
general approval as a family laxative, a fact well worth con
sidering in making purchases.
It is because of the fact that S Y R O P © F F I G S
is a remedy of known quality and excellence, and approved by
physicians that has led to its use b y so many millions of well
informed people, who would not use any remedy of uncertain
quality or inferior reputation. Every family should have a
bottle of the genuine on hand at all times, to use when a
laxative remedy is required. Please to remember that the
genuine Syrup of Figs is for sale in bottles of one size
only, by all reputable druggists and that full name of the
company— California Fig Syrup C o ., is plainly printed on
the front of every package. Regular price, 50c per bottle.
In a cozy chair Mr. Trouble Hunter
sat in front of a big warm stove, but
looked sad as the smoke curled from
bis clear Havana cigar.
Ills lovely wife placed her arm on
the top o f the chair back and with the
other hand stroked his troubled brow.
“ Has something gone wrong In busi
ness, dear?” she asked.
He remained silent.
“ Y’ ou’ve been
He remained silent and on his face
Portland Trade Directory
“ W hat on earth Is worrying you,
dear?” she asked with tears In her
res and Addresses in Portland of Repre-
fative Business firms.
“ I was Just thinking,” he said sadly,
TO SI PPL1ES; K o d a k d e v e l o p i n g a n d p r ln t-
“ o f the approach o f spring, when I'll
;; wriie for prices. W o o d a r d , C la r k e A C o.
have to take the stovepipe down.”— In
|0K' LANTERNS — W e ls t e r C o ., P o r t la n d ,
sacrificial fw d.
W. L. DOUGLAS M A K E S A SELLS M O M
wt prices on L anterns a n d S lid e s .
I once officiated at a wedding, how- m e N '8 $ 3 . SO SHOES THAN AMY OTHER
fcSTlU H OftIKEY; S iip p o rte r s , B r a c e s ; K n it to
ever where the bride, but not the bride- . MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD.
The Man on the Step«.
dvemeasurement b la n k s : W o o d a r d , C la r k e .
They were going to the matinee. She groom, was a Protestant When the
|t$E8 of all kinds for sal»» a t v e r y r e a s o n a b le
lotjulre 27o F ron t St.
procession reached the door Of
If I could take you into m y three large factories
was up in her boudoir putting on fin Wedding
i.||* at Brockton, M ass., and show yo u the infinite
. Mre w ith w h ich e v e r y pair o f shoes Is made, you
ishing touches, and he was sitting Im tlio new home the men passed in,
SP.n ton a p p r o v a l; w e s p a r a n t e « tit In
“Udifflcultcases: W o o d a r d , C l a r k e A C o .
^ o u ld realize w h y W . L. D ouglas $.1.50 »hoes
patiently on the front steps.
_ cost m ore to make, w h y th ey hold their shape,
gate while the throat o f a sheep was fit better, wear longer, and are of greater
i‘y**ry s h a d e a n d shape?; as-
* “"i suit on a p p r o v a l; W o o d a r d , C la r K e C o
intrinsic value than a n y other $ 3 .5 0 shoe.
“ Just one minute more until I find my cut on the threshold Just tiefore tho W. L. Doug/la» S t r o n g M a d o Shomm f o r
g u a r a n t e e t h e U . S.
M en , $ 2 .5 0 , $ 2 . 0 0 . B o * * ' S c h o o l 8
-.0ri?,he i!11*^est. W r it e lo r fr e e c a t a lo g ,
£ Hoorn, $ 2 . 6 0 , $ 2 , $ 1 . 7 5 ,$ 1 .5 0
‘«wood Co* Fifth und Oak.
the fresh, red blood was smeared on her . Drama
C A U T I O N . — Insist np»»n having W X .D o u g .
F lft r i minutes passed.
shoes. Tako no substitute. N one genuine
io r «
“ B u ffu m A P e n d l e t o n , so le
“ George,” came from above, wait wedding shoes.
without hi* name and price gtamped on bottom .
' n a c o ‘ s c o r r * o t « nth« s
“ Devout Armenians often eagerly fa s t Color Eue lets used ; thru uill not u/ear brassy.
I've lost my pin.
M orrison and another second.
W rite fo r J Hunt rated Cat.» lop.
rwt** Opposite pos toil ice.
contribute to a common fund, with
Twenty minutes slipped by.
W. JL. DOlüLA.S, lirocktou. Mass.
"George,” she continued, "don’t go. which a sacrificial meal Is provided for
7011 want y°ur hens to :®y
Acm e Mills Co., One moment. A button Just Jumped off
T h ® V T n r d -W o r k ln ic I l e f o r m e p ,
be present The oriental trinity con
“ Sometimes,” suid I ’ nele Eben, “ It
f£iiAN8“ thdest piano house on Pa-
Long silence. Then George calls sists o f the father, the son and the
Irii s»rii« arn8 an<1 p l*nos on easy psyaw nta
Virgin Mary, and. In a town known to ’pears to me like a reformer was one o'
.Us ‘jLuote y ° u • prlco. A lien A w ea rily :
f g r c ju m a k erco., P o r tla n d . O re g o n .
"H urry a little, Ethel. If you got the writer, at the feast o f St Mary, deshere people dat has to talk two
i r ',.,.;A! 'HY ,T A " ' H T K R K K .
down In another five minutes we can they provide calves or sheep by a com hours an’ a half to ’spress one o’ de ten
g ra d a n te d
make the evening performance. Mat mon contribution, adding to them sonw commandments. An’ dar warn't no dls-
P lW . R
1 ’ U A I’ ll lX s T I T l'T I ',
fifty loaves of bread. The bread and pute ’bout dat ln de firs’ place.”—
inee's over long ago.”
r ****'• »«lldlrif, Portland, Oregon.
meat are then distributed from the Washington Star.
church door to the community poor. One
yair recently the observance was omit-
te«L as some began to question Its need,
I s a E B a D B H fl
W e o ffe r One H un dred Dollars R ew ard fo i
hut during the next year thirty-five H ail , Catarrh Cure. m a l ca n n o t b e cu re d by
children from the homes of that com-
r . J. CHK.NKY A CO., P r o n a .T o l e d o ,a
ooH w h e n thp f e a s t of tlie I w ®.
n d e rsig n e d , have k n o w n F. J.
d ie d , and wnen tne reasi or tn e
(or u th
o last 15 years, and l « l ie r e him
Mother o f God came round again the p e rfe ctly h o n o ra b le In all business tra n .s e - ;
tlo n . aud fin a n cia lly a ble to ca rry o u t a n y ot>- 1
people rose en masse to resume the old liga tion s m ade by th eir firm.
W ssr 4 I b g o X , W holesale Druggists, T oled o, O.
W a id in '!, K in sa n A M a r v in , W holesale Drug
ev • • MAv ir V tlffT*1
by WATER POWER
T H E CO LU M BIA H Y D R A U L IC R A M
I tur. '*15* i 0,1
A lw a y s Houtrht lias borne
' Clms. II. F le tc h e r , a n d 1ms b een m ade under his
to h na 8uPervislon f o r o v e r 3 0 years. A llow no ono
“ . W e Ve ynn ln th is. C ou n terfeits, Imitations and
^ s t - a s - g o o d ” a re b u t E xp erim en ts, nnd endanger tho
C hildren—E x p e r ie n c e again st Experim ent.
What is CASTOR!A
a harm less su b stitu te f o r Castor OH, P ar^*
S Z £ .V poP» „ m l H oothUig Syrups. I t is rleasimt- Jt
“ eith er O p iu m , M orp h in e n o r other > « r c o « o
and air*“- *ts “ tre is Its gu a ra n tee. It destroys M onn*
(o,ioaUi r fe v e r is h ness. I t cu res Diarrhoea
and F ill r.°hevcs T e e th in g T ro u b le s, cures Constipation
11 a ssim ilates th e F o o d , regulates the
The t hi'ij n<l B o w e ls, g iv in g h ealth y and natural sleep.
C h i l d r e n ’ s P a n a c e iv -T h o M o th e r’ s F r i e n d .
p Kind You Have Always Bought
” Ia that #o?" asked the father, much
gratified. “ I didn't know whether be
“ How Is everything going?" asks the
was really Improving or whether I was
manager of the department store o f the
merely getting used to IL” — Harper’s
gupertntendent of bis restaurant
“ Good business ln everything except
the hashes and stews," answers ths
T o B reak In Mew Shoes.
superintendent “ I can’t understand
A lw ayt t h a »e In A lle n ’t F o o t-K a v , a p ow d er
we don't have more demand for It cure« hot, «w e s tin g , a ch in g , rwotlen feet
rtn sln e s*
In Use For Over 3 0 Years.
1 «««rav« t
m u iim v
mrmarr. nww ?
of raising a portion of it to any desired height.
Curre corn». In g ro w in g n ail« and b u n io n s. At
all drnggt«t« and »h oe «tore*, I V
D on't accep t
a n v .u b .m u t « . «a m p le m ailed KRKK Add re«.
Alien S. O! n o te d , I. H ay, H Y.
JTo Mead or 1».
A man always has a plausible exrnee
-Osn’t I sell you a pampas earn cure
for not obeying the lovedhy nelghbor-
rnedam." « I d the peddler.
,7 i v V , » " “ I htM1*
After a man once tries the rest cure
, k T i door was
T . " * with
I " * s sudden
Tken o the
be hasn’t much u»e for any othar ■lam.—Chlreso Tribuam
It is the farmer's friend in the
* dry »eason " and is indispensable to those owning land high above ditches.
will furnish water for domestic purposes, even elevating pure water of the spring
by means of the impure or muddy water, as found in some streams.
Practically no cost of maintenance, there being no part* to get
out of order.
A ram will pay for itself in a short time.
giving utmost satisfaction.
Every ram installed is
W e keep a large stock constantly on hand.
to our Hydraulic Department today for illustrated literature.
C olumbia E ngineering W orks
K in d
P la n .
“ All my threats don’t bother him a _ t a
all,” said the collector.
" N o r replied the m #*rrh a n t, **aftld
we could go as far aa we liked, e h r
"W ell—er— I think the place he men
tioned waa farther than you’d like."
— Philadelphia Press.
R T O J f — A a a a y e r a n d « h«*ml«t,
. Laadville, L'oloradOk Hperlnien prices: CloldL
I«* ad, f t ; Mold, fttlvar.TIfl; Oold, SOe; 81 m a i
< Opper, «1 < > mii l>le teals. Mailing anvalopea and
hill price list aent on application. Control and U »
l F,r* w<2Tk *ollclu<L
Keferenca: Cartninata N e
1 tlonal Bank.
Trusty Henrhman Henator, I think 1
ought to tell you that your politieal atoeh
It running low out in our section.
Senator Lotantuu— If there is anything
the matter with my political stock yott I
haven’t been attending to your duty in
looking sfter my fen ce»-th at’* all.
Mother» will find M"\ Winslow’« toothing
Nyrnp tho beet remedy to u»e lor their ehUOrsB
«■*“ »» » a fs t t o a g r«Hod._____
n .. l y tk lw M .
PORTLAN D , OREGON
L f l O WA l U» h
riJO ***• v tUR' !>•■»•<» »n»1 all ?f«*rv»)UR rn* a«m
III U I*rmar.«fitly »*»ifp»1 hy fir. Kl.n**’a nn-mH
Si»rv*- R. « (ir*r Hsjntl f r KRF.K f? trial
treat 1 $*-. Dr. It II. Kiln , 14., Ml Arch Ht., Pl.lia Pa.
is a simply constructed and
inexpensive machine that can utilize a small (all of water for the purpose
Tenth and Johnson Streets
E n tarp r««».
_ . .
“ Advertise ’em." advises the manager.
-Advertise a great remnant sal#.-
H E C O L U M B IA H Y D R A U L IC R A M
gists, T o le d o , O.
II all’s catarrh t ure Is taken Internally, act
ing dtractly upon the blood and mucous sur-
"But," argue the myal m binet when faces o ‘ f the
Price lie. _ per bottle.
Pharaoh decides to begin the erection Bold by all Druggists. Teatlm onlala free,
f la il's F am ily Pills are th e beat.
of the first pyramid, “ why do you want
to put this bu$e mass o f stone? Can
W h e t F a th er T h o a g h t.
you give a good reason for it?"
A New York teacher o f Instrumental
“ Sam Hill, n o!” testily
replies music was one day telling the father of
Pharaoh. "B ut In the centuries to a pupil, a lad o f 10 years, o f the prog
come our reign will he unforgotten be ress mads by the boy In bis studies
cause of the many reasons assigned by ” 1 think he la Improving a great deal,”
scientists for the building o f the pyra said the professor. "H e will certainly
mids.”— New Orleans Picayune.
learn to play the piano,”
PUMPS A W A Y UNCEASINGLY WITHOUT ANY ATTENTION
On th« Traft
v>ith a Fish Brand
“ 1 followed the
tr.lt from Tex.a
cold, • wind coat
when w indy, • rain coat when h rain®<L
•nd for a cover at niche If w t fo t to bad.
and I will say that I have gotten morn
com fort out o f your slicker than any othaf
ona article that I ever ow n ed ."
(Tb* n«m$ sad i-Mre«* , f th« writar of thfa
BMv.llr 11*4 I «Mar mmy b. h«4 oa
W e t W eather Oarmenta for Riding. W alk
ing, W orking or ftporttoif.
HIGHEST AWARD WORID SJAIR,
A . J. T O W E R CO.
■OTTO«, V. I. A.
T O W * « CANADIAN
S O ., Limited
Miss Deery— Iton’t you think Harry
P. M. U.
« ’ the
o f . a Greek ..«tue?
he profile of
' h®« Mi«e
Jet 1er»— Yea ; It's particularly o » I W H ”
tic*able la hi. cheak.
Na. 20 0«
vrrttlegto n«l ▼ertla«ra i»l«