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study and incidentally
has taken a
i college course.
The Story o f a Medicine.
Real Estate Bargains
Its name-"Uolden Medical Discovery*
was suggested by one of Its most Import
Lifted From the Weekly Index, the College Publication Miss Clapp a model student is,
ant and valuable Ingredients — Gulden
We can profit by her example.
; Seal root.
Her playing is like Paderewski,—
Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pierce dis
ATHLETIC FIELD LAID IN TILE. REV. A. B. SNIDER DELIVERS
covered that ho could, by the use of pure,
Of her poetry this is a sample.
j triple-refined glycerine, aided by a cer
ADDRESS TO SOCIAL UNION Miss Clapp, besides writing a lyric to tain degree of constantly maintained
President Ferrin Cirant* Half Holi
Sixty-nine acres all in cultiva
heat and with the aid of apparatus and
the immortal fame of the senior class, appliances designed for that purpose, ex
tion. G ood 7-room house, new
day tor cause ot Athletics. Six
Graphical!v Describes the Ancient
barn, 38x44, orchard, pure spring
will have charge of all the correspon- tract from our most valuable native me
ty Boys Toil in Trenches.
Puins of Efcypt and Palestine.
dicinal roots their curative properties
water in house, A mile school on
much better than by the use of alcohol, .
Thursday afternoon President Ferrin
Pyramids a Mystery.
telephone and R. F. D. 1 in
For treasurer, Miss Silverman re so generally employed. So the now world-
granted a half holiday for the purpose
famed "Golden Medical Discovery," for
The Social Union held its second
plurality vote. After a the cure of weak stomach. Indigestion, or
of aiding the cause of athletics. More meeting at Herrick Hall, Friday ev- j
dyspepsia, torpid liver, er biliousness and
thorough discussion of the different \ kindred derangements was first made, as
Thirty acres, 25 «¡cultivation,
than fifty loyal sons of the institution ening.
After a short business meet
candidates for this office, the good It ever sinie has Men, without a particle
2 j miles west of Forest Grove 3
of alcohol in its maice-up.
donned their working clothes and ap ing the address of the evening was
acres Beaver dam, spring water,
A glance\a>thc2u\l list of Its Ingredl-
| honest qualities seem ed to stand out
peared with their sliOvels ready for given by Rev. A. B. Snider, of the
ents. printed iii'T ». rv bottle-wrapper,
5 cows, 6 room house, hay in
action on the athletic grounds at one class of 1891- His subject was
valuable medicinal nxytsMound growing
barn. Price $3500.
other contestants. Miss Silverman ha't In our American foresOiJ All these in-
o’ clock. The task set before this Trip Through Egypt and Palestine
Ten acres all in cultivation. 7
had charge of the money collected [ a ^ e m ent lr^m_the J ^ V g i ^ v /TT e«-
army of willing hands was the digging g y way Qj jncrocjuction he gave a few
house, barn 24x30, 1 acre
I L S . J IviLIivra
t ' A t l l p T ? aiiJ
a T T -a
" . r r . iuuai
- 1 - c » o n.
from the fines that has flowed into the K Ptft;-
y p h o t
» l i „ reoinnr h i .,I L h e m n * l l w . y . i - y
of two large ditches paralleling 'h e cir- Qj , be im pressjons gained by a traveler
orchard assorted fruits. #3500
coffers of the library for the past eight , test romcd:«.< for Ti;.. di.-i.Asos tor w^r.-ir
I nese paral.el trenches ¡n making a trip around the world,
years and not the least discreptancy
1 acre in Forest Grove, fine
nearly a half mile in length, laid in tile i H e then told briefly of , he countries
V. Pierce, of
has been discovered in the books.
house and barm, some fruit #1800
will completely drain the track. By vjsjted before reaching Egypt.
any one asking same bv postal card, or
Mr. D. I. Aller landed the office of letter addressed to the floe tor as above.
this improvement Pacific has the dry- tour in Egypl in c|uded
Port Said. Al-
From these endorsements, copied from
est and the best athletic field in the exanderia, Old Memphis and Gizeh. Sargeant-at-Arms. Mr. Aller was born standard medical books of all tho differ
schools of practice, it will be found
in Ohio near a settlement of Shakers
In Egypt, he says, the traveler is al
that the Ingredients composing the "Guld
o rn e e in r o u est orovc
en MedlcaT Discovery " are advise*. uot
The shovelers were divided into ways brought face to face with the
only for the cure of the above mentioned
f o r e s t G ro ve
small squads stationed along the entire past. T h e great pyramids, the Sphinx
diseases, but also for the cure of all ca
tarrhal. bronchial and throat affections,
west when seventeen in quest of a col
line of work.
accompanied with catarrhal discharges,
and the ruins of cities all tell of a very
Herbert Hayes Arnston, the mana ancient civilization. Work is now be lege education. His natural bent is hoarseness, sore throat, lingering, ur
hang-on-coughs, and all those wasting
affections which, if not promptly and
ger of track athletics, by consistently ing done there under the supervision medicine, but has a delicate ear fo
properly treated are liable to terminate
W . L. Cady
applying himself all afternoon, made of archaeological societies. Many of
J. H. Hartley
tn consumption. Take Dr. Pierce's Dis
in time and persevere in its use
Mr. Herbert Hayes Arnston, after a
the great drops of perspiration flow the ruins are being dug out of the
until you give It a fair trial and It is not
hard fought political battle received likely to disappoint. Too much must not
down his lace in small rivers.
sand which has covered them for
be expected of it. It will not perform
C. D. Mason plied the steel spoon centuries. The population of Egypt the majority vote for class Historian. miracles. It will not cure consumption
In its advanced stages. No medicine will.
with telling effect. From the amount is very hetrogeneous and this has in a Mr. Arnston is of Anglo-Norman blood. It w III cure the affections that lead up t«
of dirt that was moved by this human very large measure retarded its d e He has along list of Warriors and law- 1 consumption. 1/ taken tn time.
yers back of him. H e emigrated to
dredge you might wonder why the velopment.
— Buy W ool Blankets of Bailey and ;
the West in 1893. The first student
government has not secured his ser
From Egypt he crossed over to Pal
to graduate from the Gregg School of
vices on the Great Panama Ditch.
estine, where, of course, everything
— Try Schultz’ s ground bone fo
short hand, of Chicago. In the com
Humphreys of foot-ball,
suggested the Bible narrative. Jeru-
your hens. It will make them lay.
decked in his railroad costume, con
selem is much the same as it was in
— M oney to loan on farm security.
shall record the deeds of this Greek
ducted the work at the “ Culubera
the time of Christ. The old walls are
H . Hollis, Forest Grove
Here the high-top shoe brigade
still standing and within the city one
— Guns repaired by C orl& Son. 23tf.
worked in mud and mire to set the sees the same steep narrow streets. chiseled on the marble slab that marks
his last resting place, ‘ ‘ H ie jacet,
congested waters free.
The villages of Bethany and Bethle
Office in Times Buildin t
Adm inistratrix' Notice.
Mr. A. C. Allen, the strong man hem, the Mount of Olives and the Magni nominis umbra.”
Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, have
bom Beaverton, worked at the con Dead Sea, were all very graphically de
been duly appointed by the county court of Washing
The Juniors have a Fresh increase ing Cou.tty, Oregon, administratrix of the e«*ate of K.
fluence of the ditch, urged on by his scribed. H e took a tiip from Jerusa
M. Bisbee, deceased, and h ive goal lied as such. A.!
in their class at chapel.
cousins standing on the side lines.
persons having cl lims against said es ate are hetebj
lem to Jericho over the same road that
H . E. Witham, business manager of Jesus traveled many times. Through
Mr. M cCoy is suffering this week notified to present the seme to me with proper vouchers
at the law office of W. N. Barrett, at Hillsboro, Ore j
the Index, vigorously applied the iron out the whole address his pictures with a stiff neck.
gon within six months from the date hereof.
Roasted ti !
aveland Dt». |
— Penned ii
J up agting
>f North Col
lied by fin,
u pi ay mat«,
r ie d yes ter.
let night 181
at C ollin
b and tioma
id m any la
Three hundred and fifteen
acres 1-2 mile of Ballston. 220
actes in cultivation.
pasture and timber fair house and
barn, running water, telephone,
R. F. D.
Price #27.50 per
Two hundred and forty acres,
4 miles of Dallas 34 of M on
mouth, 140 acres in cultivation
all under fence, balance in pas
ture and timber, fair barn J mile
from railroad station, well watered.
Good stock and giain
Price #17.50ner acre.Reasonable
1 lot 100x200, Forest Grove.
G ood 11 room house plastered.
Good barn in fine location #2100
W righ t, Cornelius & Co.
t o eave the
VALLEY REALTY CO,
Se t ween fo
I 325 pupil
o n ly shoe
lying in tb
tn life is
n a t io n a l b a n k b u d d in g
O re g o n
It w ill
SAVE YOU MOMEY
Real Estate Investments
Loans & Insurance
brick , 1«
pe and tbs
>ading to i
to a doorJ
he tear JW
o have swi
,r the eat«!
ed the lit»!»
“ fire drill, ;
h is exera»]
door, » * ■
i trained t f l
ie fire c a a jH
distance by the were so clear and distinct that the
Cameras were numerous on the ath
listener could easily imagine himself letic field Thursday.
Foot ball manager, J. R. Ward, car amid the same scenes as the speaker.
Miss Payne’ s mother was visiting in
ried the shovel for a gain of fifty yards
After the usual informal discussion Forest Grove Saturday and Sunday.
t y the Gymnasium. Tim e and again following the address, refreshments
Miss Frances Clapp entertained Miss
he sent the steel spoon through for were served.
Silverman at dinner Thursday evening
gains of ten and fifteen yards.
Professor Taylor, who has been suf
M IN S T R E L SHOW U NDER WAY.
“ Watt,” the faithful supporter of all
grand stand in 2.04 time.
his way through
Prof. Chambers represented the fac-
H e was one of the first ones on
the field and the last to leave it.
Imlay, with the
assisted by Mr.
that no extra shovels of
rth were removed.
Several of the
young ladies greatly
sisted by carrying water to the boys.
oughnuts and hot coffee provided by
appeared with a
Miss Hartley left for her home in
The Minstrel Show to be given in a H ood River Thursday,- where she will
short time by the students, is being remain for a week.
pushed with all
program has been
The minstrel proper will consist of
jokes by witty end men, solos by sev
TELLS HOW TO MIX IT.
eral members of the company, duets,
Directions To Prepare Simple. Yet Re
markable Home Mixture.
trios, quartettes and a chorus of sixteen
A special feature of
ment will be a boxing match.
York daily paper the following valuable,
rounds has yet simple and harmless prescription,
been secured between “ Slugger” Fow- which any one can easily prepare at
^ and .•L o n f Kirk... Then probably
a five round match between two men
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-hall
„ ¡ p be pU]|ed 0 g as tbe c b jef feature
ounce; com pound Kargon, one ounce;
0j tb;, part 0f tbe program,
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three
The c iosjnK performance is a short ounces.
liminary contest of three
Friday evening at the home of tbe minstrel
Dwinell Clapp, the third yeai class en- fund
to the athletic
Wh e n each guest had arrived .¡th a
package containing a small article, ten S to rm y Session Over Election of
with each other.
in trading them
they were opened
one at a time
Officers— Younft Ladies Con
take a teaspoonful after each meal and
H e states that the ingredients can
be obtained from any good
of vegetable extraction, are harmless to
SENIOR CLASS MEETING.
Mix by shaking well in a bottle, and
tion pharmacy at small cost, and, being
A well known authority on Rheuma
tism gives the readers ol a large New
This pleasant mixture, if taken reg
ularly for a few days, is said to over
com e almost any case of Rheumatism
was t h e ;
The pain and
swelling, if any, dimin
ishes with each dose, until permanent
those causing the most mer scene of a very stormy session of the i
results are obtained, and without injur
riment, was a penny wrapped and tied Senior Class. The young ladies of the j
ing the stomach. While there are
ip many papers, then put in a flour class made full use of their franchise ( many so-called Rheumatism remedies,
hck. After each package had been powers. They practically controlled patent medicines, etc., some of which
¡>ened the guests
divided into the election, they
each of which gave an dates in the field, closed
the candi do give relief, few really give perma
the nomina nent results, and the above will, no
tions and counted the ballots.
Group one represented a fourth year
Mr. Robert Alexander Imlay was unan
imously elected to the office of presi
Professor Orr’ s
doubt, be greatly appreciated by many
sufferers here at this time.
Inquiry at the drug stores of this
Mr. Imlay is Scotch, impulsive, I neighborhood elicits the information
kindhearted, and ready at all times to that these drugs are harmless and can
ear rhetorical class.
Group three, two members of the do his part. H e has always taken an be bought separately, or the druggists
ize was offered for the best trimmed needs
no com m ent.
H e is certainly to be congratu-
for his artistic taste.
elected secretary and class poet.
being has lived in this country long enough
tests with a violin solo.
th* to be classed as an American.
Tender, Juicy, Steaks
Roasts and Stews,
Sausage and Bacon
for Kodak and Cam
Dr. I lines’
we keep the best Meats
remind you to give us
V e g e ta b le s
W F. SCHULTZ
Two Good Homes
#300 will put you in pos
session of either.
They are nice homes, in
ch oice locations.
Saelens & Co.
FOREST 6R 0VI
Q u o n g Lee’s
FINE WORK OONE .HEAP - - FRICr'
s a le
On Easy Payments
#1800, and they arc bar
gains at these prices.
White ihirt - • - 10c Dr«were -
8 »o 13«
" . . .
10c While Waist# • 10 to /«
White Skirt# - 10 to 50 Undrrsklrt# - 15 to 25»
Undershirts - • - 8c Stockings -
. . 2 '»
Handkerchiefs • - 2c Collars
. . - . |r
Men’s White Vests 10 15c P»n*s - . . . - js.
Coats . . . .
10 20c Duster«
. . t j *t*
Towels - - - 20c Do*. Napkins . - *Pr 1
The following articles 50 r per do*. Pillow Ca*
Bed Sheets, Table Cloths, Night Gowns Won -
Drawers, Underwear, Aprons and Corset Covers
Let us show them to you.
A. B. THOMAS
W e repair and cover
. J. Corl êr Son.
Eczema and Pile Cure P R I N T I N G
Notice for Publication.
Deputment of the Interior,
Land Office at Portland, Oregon,
February 1 , 1908
Notice is hereby given that John F Westinghous* of
Timber, Oregon, has filed notice o f his intention to
make final seven year proof in support of his claim,
vi* Homestead Entry No. 13676 made March 24, 1901,
fortheS W V , NWV,. w S IW W and Section 26. and
NWH NWM i of Section JJ. Township 3 North. Range
5 west, and that said proof will be made before the Reg
ister and Receiver at Portland. Oregon, on March 13,
I He names the following wit neves to prove his con
I ’ mucus residence upon, and cultivation of, the land
| vi* Frank Bufgholxer, of Buxton, Oregon; Joe Burg
holier of Buxton. Oregon; Charles WVdburg, of Tim
| ber. Oregon, E. H. Coleman, of Timber. Oregon.
ALGERNON S DRESSER.
'First pub. February 6.)
to be had, but this is to
All kinds of Fresh
Notae for Publication.
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon
January 30, 1908
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of Congress of June J, 1878, en
titled "A n a ct for the sale of timber lands in the States
of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Terri
tory," as extended to all the Public Land States by Act
of August 4, 1892, Hubert F. Leonard, of Portland,
county of Multnomah, State of Oregon, has this day
filed in this office his sworn statement. No. 7675, for
the purchase of the Southwest V* o f Section No 34, in
Township No. 1 North, Range No. 5 West, and will of-
fer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
and to establish his claim to said land before the Reg
ister and Receiver at Portland, Oregon, on Mcnday the
20th day of April, 1908
He names as witnesses:
S. D. Maine of Gaston, Oregon.
Hiram W. Scott of Forest Grove, Oregon.
Henry W . Scott of Gaston. Oregon.
Ernest N. Crockett of Portland, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
described lands are tequested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 20th day of April, 1908. ' j *
ALGERNON 8. DRESSER. Register
(First Pub Feb. 6.)
C rpp U
1 IV1' L
Knowing whai tt ts to »u ffn
five cure for Et im i» Sai' Kh**Un> »•
and Skin Disease« In».ani rei * f
Write f W. Williams. *(JD Manh*(ta«> ■
IN O N B OR M A N Y COLORS
— Wool Blankets S3 50 to #9 .00 at
J. E. Bailer’ s.
— Is your latch string out to the
If so see Hoffman & Al
len C o .’ s south window.
— W e’ ll coirer that umbrella. Corl
Get that umbrella
L A R G E S T F A C I L I T 1RS j
T H E W E S T FOR
T H E P R O D U C T I O N OF
H IGH OR A D E W O R K
g of the
H IC K S-C H A T T F N
E N G R A V IN G
2d a A ld e r, P O R T L A N D , OKU.,
poetry her special ]
o ld e n r o d F lo u r
Store » t*0™
She is of T e u -'
Sie ist wie eine Blume. !
Notice for Publication.
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon,
Feb. llth , 1908.
Notice is hereby given that In compliance with the
provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, enti
tled " A n act for the sale of timber lands in the States of
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington Terri ory,”
as extended to ail the Public Land States by act of Au
gust 4, 1892, Flora A. Dudley, of Portland, County of
MultLomah, State of Oregon, has this day fi.rd in
this office his sworn statement. No. 7621, for the pur
chase of Lots 3 and 4, and N£*<t of SWV«, of Section 30,
in Township No. 3 north, Range No. 3 west, and will
offer proof to show that the land sought is more valua
ble for its timber or stone than for agricultural pur
poses, and to establish his claim to said land before
Register and Receiver at Portland, Oregon, on Monday
the 27th day of April, 1908.
He names as witnesses, Olof Ohlson of Portland, Ore- I
gon, Mary E. Wilson of Portland, Oregon, Charlotte
Reed of Portland, Oregon, and Will Kelley o f Buxton,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above des
cribed lands are requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 27th day of April, 1908.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER. Register.
(First Pub. Feb. 20.)
have all prescriptions
Ilt w s t s ti
Her talent along dramatic lines
»t. of wn;ch Mr. M obley was the w.r,- tonic origin.
‘ ‘ The Spring safely under his regime.
Miss H eidel was elected vice presi
boy was to
and trim hats for two girls.
Un- i here will mix the prescription for out
will be guided readers ii asked to.
on a stroll active interest in student affairs.
trough Lover's Lane.
Administratrix of the estate of R. M. Bisbee. ¿e
W . N. Barrett, Atty for Estate.
Prof. Orr’ s company is at present com -
pleting the details. The proceeds of
T h « T h ir d Y e a r Clax* P a r t» .
The great universities of the east are
erecting gymnasiums at a cost of a
and all that remains to be done is the
quarter of a million dollars.
working out of the details
work. From one
clock until five this crowd
Duled students iorgot studies and en scene presented by four people. It is
aged in this vigorous exercise.
funny, mirth provoking,and to the point.
Joyed one of
sprained knee, is about
Preparations Bui lift Completed for recovered.
earth like a
the “ Dark Town Company.”
Northern Pacific snow shovel.
fering from a
student enterprises, ploughed
Dated this January 30, 19U8.
T o buy Drugs, or to
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