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LittecJ From the Weekl> Index, the College Publication
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY S TRACK
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TEAM WINS FROM WILLAMETTE home in South Bridgton, Maine, Miss
(u n i,—I ( J o m ,
' Farnham will
to -, t.
litiCtinultl lioliinson ( .irrit-"« nr I
Before a grand-stand with few people
fe.v weeks* stay
Mrs. G. O. Rogers
A good, honest. square-dpa! medicine of
kii.iwn composition i- L»r. f ie r c e '» Uoldrn
Medical Discovery. It still e n jo y - a n im
mense sale, while most of the prepara
tions that have come into prominence in
and son will accompany Miss Farnham i -g o ^ f.v T ^ to i'rd 0" «¡¡d
On her trip
heard of. There must tie some reason
M oat jo i n t s to r P. I '.
return to Boston lor a
There is no «ay of making Inuthtq
friends like - .Making G.xjd;" and lki.-i.ii
fierce's medicines well exemplify this,
and their friends after more than two
decades of popularity, are uitfntiered t.y
t h e hundreds o> thousands.
"made g.»si" and they have not made
: track team of Pacific University de
led Willamette in a close and hard
ght contest by the score of 63 to
The day was ideal and some very
>d records were made. The half
le, won by Alexander Robinson in
* exceptional fine time of 2.1 min
was a surprise to the wearers of
the Oiange. Holman Perrin was in
u n i v ERC|TY
CONDUCTS SUMMER SCHOOL
P ro m in e n t K d u o.ilors will l>e H u r t
■•Prill. ClianilHirs to lie S la -
tinned a t F r id a y lla rls o r .
.> I n n u f a c t u r e d
this long-time popularity and that i* to
be found in its superior merits. When
once given u fair trial for * e u k stomach,
or for liver and l»it*od affections, its supe
rior curative qualities are soon manifest;
hence it has survived and grown in pop
ular favor. while scores of less meritorious
The final number was the heaviest
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ini„ ia».ir , .
fur i tiri.'f prriud ami then been assuun thing on the program and required the
Fur a torpid liver with its attendant mos* careful preparation
It was the
In the announcement of the Fifth IndigeMi in. dyspepsia, headache, p< r- "Old Norwegian Romance” by Grieg,
haps dizziness, foul breath, nastv coated
Summer Session of the University of tongue, with bitter taate. loss of apiietite. composed
two pianos. Miss
with distress after eating, nervousness I t
Washin8ton appears the name of Prof. and debility, nothing i-
good us Dr. Hoople played at one piano and both
of Pacific University, in the an
.square-deal medicine With
» ' i t all
h P nnis,s played with fine interpretation.
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I * best of form and captured first 'aculty’ aIon« with a number of names
‘‘humi’. ! Il U 3 v<Ty lon* and dran,atic comp°-
nla. es in the nnle uanlt andhioh irom other outside institutions.
therefore don't ii.vr/.r ,i
H u stion and is one of the most ambitious
1 ano n,* ‘‘
the dealer may possible make a little l-u-
Jump. The Willamette men excelled
Among the most prominent of these g.-r profit,
on your right to have of (.neg • piano works.
recital was not a giadunting
^ ^ ^ f t h e weight events, taking all three are ^ r‘ " -N',e *'orn '-ile University if
y Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescito-
Iowa, Dr. Hart the historian, from tion expecting it to prove a-cure-all. It program and Prof. Chapman, as well
places in the shot put. The mile run U
1 Is only advised for woman’s x)„ri„l ail-
menu. It makes weak «<.tin n strong and as Miss Leiser, is to be complimented
was one of the best races of the day, Harvard, and Dr. Curry from the Bos- i sick
women well. Leas advertised than
tjn School ol Expression. They have some preparations wild for like purj«
on the exceptional work done by un-
all competitors staving close to our
iu sterling curative virtues stiil maintain de.griduate Dunils
famous miler, “ Alex.” Robinson who m a11 sorae lhirty teachers' mos,ly ,rom its position in the front rank-, where it aerKraau»le PUP "S-
the regular faculty. Last summer stood over two decade- ago. As an in DRAMATIC STUDENTS WILL
set the pace.
vigorating tonic and strengthening nerv
it is unequaled, it won't satisfy those
GIVE PLAY AT HEILIG
The results were as follows:
1 there were two hundred s,udents in ine
who w ant "booze," for there is not a drop
220-yard dash—Cummings (W il
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, the orfpf-
Prof. Chambers will have classes at
lamette), Low (W illam ette), Koch
nii/ Little Liver I’: I Is. although the lir-t T r ia l S 'c n c in M erch an t of V en ire
and Our liny» Will
I the marine station at Friday Harbor pill of their kind In the market, still lead,
(Pacific): time, :24 1-5.
and w hen once tried ire ever afterward-
Bn S la ijiil.
and will later assist in a biological and In favor. Easy to lake as candy one to
880-yard run— Robinson (Pacific),
three a done. Much intituled but l i e la r
One of the most prominent features
photographic survey of Puget Sound. equal*.
Forbes (W illam ette), Abraham (P a
of the commencement program will be
For this work the station force is sup
cific); time, 2:01 3-5.
10i-yard dash— Robinson (Pacific), plied by the state with a steam launch Miss Leah Leiser gave a piano recital. * iven ’ the « uden,s in the dramatic
Hoople. Miss department. The performance ^ will
Humphreys (P acific), Belknap (Wtl- and other necessary equipment. Thet assisted by Miss Nell Hoople.
consist of a three act comedy “ Our j
will make a tour of the Sound but will Leiser has been working for
is mette); time, : 10 4-5.
bv the Trial Scene
headquarters at the station which | months on her program and every ^oys
M ig li
ixouinson : *teeP
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(Paeifi : ) , Lowe (W illam ette), Belk- s located at a picturesque point in the number showed much careful ptep- ,rom lhe Merchant ol Venice.
play “ Our Boys” is a modern English
nap (W illam ette); time. :1 8 . ’
hean of the beautiful San Juan Islands, aration.
The first number, by Scarllati, was a comedy full of mirth provoking witti-
320 yard low hurdles— Lowe (W il-
Puget Sound and vicinity is a splen-
graceful and brilliant character, cisms. The characters are distinct
lam ette), Mason (P a cifici, R. Robin
ried on by Prof. Chambers.
The and was played exceptionally well. and °fler splendid opportunities for
son ( Pacific); 'tim e, :27 3-5.
and The rythm and motion were strongly
■ ile run— A. Robinson (Pacific),
Those taking part are students who
( W il-! tideswept with numerous indentations matked and the rapid passages were
have had special training along this
line of work.
)-yard dash— Humphreys (Pa-
While the plays will be entirely dif-
) , Reeves (W illam ette), Mason
equipped with apparatus for dredging numbers, and Miss Leiser’s brilliant [erent from that Kiven last year’ ,hey
cific); time, :52.
will bring to the sutface the life of the technique showed to great advantage wld
n0 'ess interesting and well
•ole vault— Ferxin (P acific), Poland
in the rapid passages of chords.
fllam ette), Westley (W illam ette);
Prof. Chambers had charge of th e ; The Hungarian Dance and Frtteh-
^he proceeds of the performance
ht, 9 feet, 9 inches.
work carried on last summer by Wil- Tingsrauschen were both greatly ap- w’d
aPP'>ed on the gymnasium!
suSH ^^^^V unning broad jump— Humphreys
lamette University at Newport and predated by the audience. The Cho- *und' Already nearly $3,000 has been
Ofc ific), Booth (W illam ette), C um -,
secured and we are sure that stu-1
tnilgs (W illam ette; distance, 20 feet. Yaquina Bay
j pin Etude is a very difficult selection
| The Summer Session at Seattle, and from a technical standpoint wm denl
w,‘' rive the under-
H v :h e s
] which lasts six weeks, begins June | perhaps as great a success as any num-1 *a*c*nK l^e'r Fearty support.
^ B h o t put— Hornschuh (W illam ette),
Friday evening, June 12, the play
i ber on the program. The phrasing
^ T ic e (W illam ette), Westley (W il-
was beautiful and the delicacy of ex- wiU be K’ven al the Heili*'' theater.
|ette); distance, 36 feet, lüj. ine es. THE ASSEMBLING OF OLD ALUMNI
pression was good.
Portland and on Monday, June 15, at
:us— Mayfield (P acific), Belknap j
^ ars^ Hall,
^ W n lam ette), Lawrence (P acific); d:.- T h e M e m b e rs o f the. F i r s t O r.nlu-
— Sell your wool and moha'.r to
atin^s C la s s e s to be P r e s e n t
piiri :, 102 feet, 9 inches,
; bers on a very artistic program. The Bailey. H e’ll do what’s right,
a t C o m m e n c e m e n t.
T H ig h jump— Ferrin (P acific), West- !
soft melody spelling and dying away in
— Garden seeds in bulk or package
y t W illamette). R. Robinson (Pa-
Commencement promises to be this
the bass with the beautiful runs and at Hoffman & Allen Co.
N tf '; height, 5 feet, inches.
| year of unusual interest to students and
arpeggios accompanying in the treble.
— Money to loan on farm security !
■ la m n t e r throw —Belknap (Wiliam- friends of the University. All the Iiv-
Her interpretation showed true musical W. H. Hollis.
•tt , Lawrence
(P acific), Nelson ing members of the first three graduat-
taste and a thorough appreciation of
— The top price at Bailey’s for your
(JV7 i I lam e tte ); distance, 111 feet, 6 ing classes will be present, which will
tin: tender beauty of the selection.
, Wool and Mohair.
j be a unique affair in the history of the
j institution. Forty-five
ÍM IS S FARNHAM IS DELEGATE.
I passed since Harvey W. Scott a mem-
i ber of the first graduating class in 1863
ill tyo to B o lto n to A tte n d N ation
al C o n v en tio n or th e W o m e n s ’ ¡received his A. B. degree.
meeting of the Associate
F e d e r a te d C lubs.
Miss Mary F . Farnham has been
pointed delegate by the Federated
mens’ club of Oregon to represent
s organization in the Biennial Na-
nal Federated convention, which
kl be held in Boston June 22*
iter attending meetings in Boston
Alumni will be a leading feature of the
program on Tuesday evening of Corn-
mencement week. The members of
these three classes will take a promi-
nent part in the Alumni meeting,
These early graduates are men who
'Occupy places of honor and pron .nence
Farnham will attend the centen- in our own state. They have been i
exercises of Bridgton Academy.
j instrumental in shaping the state’s
[Miss Farnham was fitted at Bridg-, history. Mr. Scott has remembered
Academy preparatory for her work his Alma Mater and frequently contrib-
Mt. Holyoke. The late Cyrus utes of his means which has made
mlin who was missionary to Con- possible its growth. Besides
btinople and founder of Roberts Scott there will be Geo. H. Durham of
»lege, was an early graduate of Grants Pass and Edward B. Watson of
Portland, both of the class of ’66 are
President M. E. Ingalls of the Big prominent lawyers. The class of ’67
Hr will deliver the centennial ad- consists of the Hon. J. 0 - A. Bowlby of
Astoria, who is president of the As
sociate Alumni and a prominent attor- j
| ney at that city. J . Ekannah Walker |
I D. D. has been for o»er thirty years a
missionary at Shaowu, China, and
David Raffety of the same class is a
| successful physician of Portland.
is erecting a plant at
Rev. Luther R Dyott D. D. will de-
PO R TLA N D , O REG O Ii
! for the manufacture of their
| liver the Commencement day address.
t world famous
Rev. Paul Rader of Portland will ad- j
PO RTA BLE W ELL
dress the Christian Associations on
( D R ILL IN G MACHINES
Sunday evening. The closing exer
■ for water, oil, gas, etc., etc.
cises of Tualatin Academy will take
A rnixl r a t e a m o u n t o f
m o n e y M i l l a t.irt y n in
place on Tuesday. Commencement
a p ro fitab le b u sin e ss.
exercises of the college will be held j
S T A R PO R TA BLE
on Wednesday. Besides the regular;
' D R ILL IN G MACHINES
Commencement Concert several re- j
have been proved by
citals will be given.
Competitive T t t - * ■ be
m m t Star
s a f
Drilling [Hadis Go.
The B « I n • ■ ' W rM.
Fi>r full particular* regard
ing well drilling ma< hints,
tools, supplies, etc., write to
MISS LEISER GIVES RECITAL.
A W ell t e n d e r e d P ro g ra m by Owi*
s e rF a to p y S tu d en t». M i s tL e is e r
by M i»» H oople.
tTHE STIR DRILLING MACHINE CO.
R o m u e n o . o « 9 0 *,
A *K O N .
O H IO ,
Wednesday night, in the chapel, |
Special attention is directed to our fall Dress Goods
Waists, Skirts and Wrapps. W e have the choicest
fabrics and highly tailored goods. We invite you
to call and see them.
M .T U R N E R
B A X K S. O REGO N
W e invite the closest inspection of our entire line of
HaUs, Caps, Shoes, Groceries
In fact we have one of the fullest lines of
that has ever been in the town of Banks.
Come in and see our line of H A T S. As to hats my as
sortment of Men’s, Boys’ and Ladies’ Hats can’t be beat.
Prices and Q uality G uaranteed
Men’s and Boys’ Dress Shirts in Latest Styles and
Makes. No better assortment to pick from this side of
Portland and at Surprisingly Low Prices.
A full line of Men’s and Boys’ Shoes, also Base Ball
Shoes and Dress Shoes to suit the most fastidious.
I call special attention to my stock of
Tinw are, G ranite W are, Hardware, etc.
Men’s Summer Underwear a Specialty.
Come and see
Stump Powder, Fuses and Caps kept on
hand a t ull times
Cedar Posts, Shingles and Shakes
T U R N E R
H A N KS
O R 11Q O N
Highest price paid for M ohair and W ool
Notice for Publication.
United S ta te ! Land O ffice, Portland, O regon,
Apr. 7th, IVOff.
N otice is hereby given that in com pliance with the
j provisions o i lhe act o f 'Jong ress o f Ju ne 3 , 1878, e n tl-
\n o i tor the sale o f tim ber lands In the States af
! (T iliio m la , O regon, Nevada and W ashington T e r rito r y ,'*
1 is extended to all the Public [.and Stales bv act of A u-
! gust i ,
Q2 , Soren Je p p c sc n , o f Baron», County o f
W ash ing! n
day (lied in
' It-’««■ of t
1 j of NWV« and Lots 1 and 2 o f S ectio n 30,
in I ■ * nvh i No. .1 north, R ange No. S west, and will
u ffri pr nf tn show that lhe land sought Is m ore vslua
i ble for Its tim ber or stone than for ag ricu ltu ral pur«
poses, and to establish his claim to said land before
K ffcistrr ind R e ce iv er at Portland. U regou, on Thursday
I lhe 9th day o f Ju lv , 1908.
State o f O regon, has this
j this <>ih. r hbs sworn statem en t. No. 7 7 J2 , for the pur-
H ow ell,
I C harles C N elson, o f Bacona,
I o f Baco na, Oregon.
O regon, Peler H offm an,
Any .mil all persons claim in g adversely the above dee•
| i rihrd i Inds are requested to file their claim s in th is
office on or before said 9th day o f Ju ly , 1908.
Al (iK RN O N S . D K K SSEK , R e g iste r.
( f i r s t Pub. M ay 7)
Notice for Publication.
Departm ent o f lhe In terio r, United States ¡.and O fffc«,
D R .
H I N E S ’
Portland, O regon, April 2, I9t>8.
N otice Is hereby g iven that Surah L . KHappen o f
Portland, County o f M ultnom ah, State o f O reg on, has
applied to purch ase, under the act o f Cungroas o f Ju n a
.1, 1 8 7 8 , as extended by a r t o f A ugust 4 ,
»w1 . and w ty s e 1 i
1892, the eV%
Section J J , T 3N , R S W , and w ill
offer proof to »how that the land sought is m ore v a lu
able t r it s tim ber or stone than for ag ric u ltu ra l p u r
poses, and to establish her claim to said land b efore the
We can satisfy any man, boy or youth in Clothing.
Our stock is complete besides the prices and per
fect fit are both-guaranteed.
D I V . .1 . M . K I N O X
V u tu r ln m
Caunty Stock Inspector
Fo rest Grove
TH E BIG ECONOMICAL STORE
Office at Hancock & Gordon’s Livery
Barn. Phone Main 33, Ind. 744
C p L 'C
Know ing «that It is 10 suffer I w i1 give
I I 'L L
u v e cure for Ecsem a, Sau Kheum Fryup- .• v lee
I and Sk in D iseases
In fa m ic lie l
Don t s a r in
W rl'e Y W W illiam s. 4(X> Manhattan Avenue New
6 0 YEAR«»
E X PE R IEN C E
IN S U R A N C E
T radc M a r k *
M l TI A L PIW IÍ M I'L IH P AMMIN.
O f F o r e s t G ro v e , O re g o n
I.H T H K
Best and Cheapest
register and rece iv e r at Portland, O regon
day of Ju n e , I9 o 8.
C o p y r ig h t * A c .
A n y o n e Mm d in g a a k a te h an d d e a e ri id Io n m ay
q u ic k ly Mfn'Hrtft.n o u r o p in i'n f r a « w h e th e r an
in v e n t io n la |>r n atd y p a t e n t a b l e .. < •■tmnuMo*
Ilo n a a tr te tiv c o n fid e n tia l. ...
t e n t fr e e . <»ld*at a y e tu y fo o r Keen rin g liai e n te ,
I 'a t a n t e le b e n th r o itigh
u g h k1
M u n ii t _ (x i. r e c e iv e
i p r r u t i no tt e « , w ith o u t c h a r g e . In t h e
Sh e nam es as her w itnesses; Hiram W . Scott o f For
est O rove, O reg on, O liv e
O regon, H enry ,W . Scott
NELSON B. LA COURSE
M. Scott o f Foreet G ro v e ,
G asto n,
O reg on,
F re d
erick W. K ifh le o f Portland, O reg on.
I persons claim in g adv ersely the above de-
sf riL' d I h . i U ire requested to file th e ir claim s in th is
office on or before said I6 :h d a y o f Ju n e , 19 o 8 .
F irst P>/>
A LG ER N O N D R E S S E R . R e g is te r.
a*ion A pril 9 , 1908.
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y e n r f >ur m on th e . 9 L Hold by all n e w a d e a era.
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