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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1908)
D O C T O R S M IS T A K E S
Are said often to be burled six !«•* under
(round. But many times women call on
their family physicians, sufferin^ a. they
Imagine, one from dyspepsia, »"other from
heart dis. ase, another from liver or kid
ney disease, another from nervous pros
tration, another with pain here and there,
and In this way they present alike to
themselves and their easy-going or over
busy doctor, separate diseases, for which
he, assuming them to be such prescribes
his pills and potions. In reality, they are
all onlysyniphon* caused by some uterine
disease. 'The'flhKsiHan.'Itjnorant of the
route of sufTermfrVaxeps upniajreatment
until large bills are made. T4iP>stflerlng
patient gels no botte\^JTTf;riv^^fvthe
wrong treatment, but probably worstr \
peoner nn dn im- like Dr Piergs»’» Faenroe
yrescrintlon. ulrerUn to the cauae woiiTtT
t tie isêâ as«, tn e i> r*
"—r ~ "
ispimug all those diitTèiìi ng symp-
prolonged misery. It has been well said,
that "a di-ease known Is half cured."
I)r. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription Is a
scientific medicine, carefully devised by
an experienced and skillful physician,
end adapted to woman's delicate system.
It is made of native American medicinal
roots and is p e r f e c t l y harmless hjUta
.JTects_ ill gnu loiiuition or m,: Im iifij
BIRDS AS THEY SLEEP.
Form a D e n » Circle W ith Ail
Heads Facing Out.
WARNED BY SPECTERS
A COOL GUN FIGHTER,
H is Man and Than Leisurely
Proceeded to 8ip a Cocktail.
“When I went to Tombstone. Artz.,
The nightcap prepu rations of the
chubby little quail are very interesting. One Person’s Threo Experiences In 1880 to practice law, there were
many desperate characters In that
Each evening the covey forms lit a new
community,” said lion. Marcus A.
place, and this selection of the spot
Smith, who has oeen delegate In con
entails serious efforts. Bobwbite nev
er quite loses remembrance of the
gress from that territory for the big
many dangers which make his life in a THE SPIRIT OF HIS SISTER. gest part of the past i wenty-two years.
wild state one great fear. A white |
"At one time I could have men
A re you doing what you can to populate your state?
throated male with soft clucks calls How an Apparition From the Unseen tioned by name no fewer than thirty-
together a dozen of his comrades, and
OREGON N EED S PEO PLE— Settlers, honest farmers mechanic!
five men who stood In the front rank
for a few minutes they all huddle to- I W orld Aided the Brother In Deciding
merchants, clerks, people with brains, strong hands and a willing
an Im pprtant Legal Question— The of ’killers.’ With one exception. 1 be
gether, hut soon from the farther end
lieve there was not one of the entire
heart— capital or no capital.
of the aviary a clear "Whew-bobwhlte!” I Phantom on the G rave.
rings out, and off scurry the whole | Three times in my life, each instance crowd who did not die with his boots
band, this lime perhaps to settle for
on. slnin by a bullet from a Colt navy
separated by an Interval of years, have
the night In the new place—a dense
six or a Winchester, In the same fash
circle of little forms, heads all facing
is sending tons of Oregon literature to the East for distribution
I come of a family to different mem ion he had himself meted out death
out. Just us in tbeir native stubble they
through every available agency. Will you not help the good work
to many of his fellows.
rest facing In every direction, so that bers of which have become visible at
of building Oregon by sending us the names and addresses ol
"It was the inexorable hand of fate
at the first hint of danger from any | times those appearances which for
vour friends who are likely to be interested in this state? We
point of the compass the covey may want of a better name are known as that these semicivllized beings should
will be glad to bear the expense of sending them com plete in
explode and go booming off In safety. “ghosts.” It is at least possible that get tbeir quietus by violence.
formation aoout OREGON and fts opportunities.
Poor little fellows, their wild life Is the superstition regarding the second some of them were as gentle In their
COLONIST TICKETS will be on sale during S E P T E M B E R AND
i powerful Invigorating tonic "F a strenuous Indeed! Well for their race ; sight of one born with a veil may have ways as the veriest dude who strolls
vorite Prescription" Imparts strength to that every nest holds from ten to eight
mlucingly along Pennsylvania avenue
OCTOBER from the East to all points in Oregon. The fares
some foundation in scientific fact, for
the whole system and to the organs dis
and apparently as harmless. 1 recall a
from the principal cities are
tinctly feminine In particular. For over een eggs instead of three or four!
The woodpeckers sleep resting upon
fair skinned, blue eyed young fellow -
worked, "worn-out," run-down." debili
From Denver . . . $30 00 From Louisville $41 70
tated teachers, milliners, dressmakers, their tails, even the flickers Invariably j and all his life from infancy vacant all your killers have blue eyes—named
seamstresses, ’■shop-girls,” house-keepers, following this custom, although during space was peopled to him with forms, Harry Leslie. He was a Georgia boy
“ Cincinnati 42 20
Omaha . . . 30 00
nursing mothers, and feeble women gen
erally, l)r. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription the day the flickers spend much of : which he would describe so accurate and evidently the child of decent, well
“ Cleveland 44 75
Kansas City 30 00
Is the greutest earthly boon, being un their time perching tn passerine man ly In dress, appearance and manner bred people.
equaled as an appetizing cordial and re ner, crosswise upon a twig. Small that listeners would instantly recog-
"One day while In the act of taking
“ New York 55 00
St. Louis . . 35 50
As a soothing and strengthening nerv birds, such ns thrushes and warblers, nize departed friends, gone over years a drink in a saloon lu Tombstone some
ine "Favorite Prescription ” Is unequaled sleep usually upon some small twig. 1 before my uncle’s birth in many in- one whispered in his ear that an ene
Chicago . . 38 00
and is invaluable in allaying and sub with heads tucked l>eklnd wings In stances,
my was waiting ju st outside with a
TICKETS CAN BE PREPAID.
duing nervous excitability. Irritability, orthodox bird fashion, but they ocea-
it was not till he was a large boy Winchester and swearing to kill him
nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration,
a friend or relative to Oregon, deposit the
neuralgia, hysteria, spasms. St. Vitus’s
the momeut he emerged from the bar
dance, and other distressing, nervous by clinging all night to the vertical him were not visible to others. Pages room.
proper amount with any of our agents. The ticket will then be
symptoms commonly attendant upon wires of their cages, sleeping apparent- | could be written of his experiences,
furnished by telegraph.
liquor. Leslie walked to the door,
functional and organic disease of the
uterus. It Induces refreshing sleep and ly ns soundly In this as in the usual but I am not here to give hearsay evi- whipped out his revolver and sent a
W. BROWN. Local Agent. Forest Grove. O n.
relieves mental anxiety and despondency. positlon of rest. A bluebird In a small denee, but my own personal experi bullet crashing into the brain of the
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets invigorate cage nlept thus about one or two nights ences, the sights seen with my own
WM. M c MURRAY, General Passenger Agent,
intending murderer, who never even
the stomach, liver and bowels. <»na W out of each week. Any explanation of
got bis rifle presented. It was the
three a dose. Kasy to take as candy.
this voluntary and widespread habit
The first instance was so early in most quickly acted drama I ever saw.
among perching birds would be difficult my nfe that I do not recall It. but my As soon ns he watched his man fall
j mother relates the circumstances
prone to the earth I-eslle walked back
The little hanging p.irrakeets derive
<_)Ur home was In Brooklyn, and we ns cool ns If it were the most trifling
tlielr name from their custom of sleep- had gone for the summer to Green detail of life and leisurely sipped bis
ing always In a reversed position, and field Ilill, Conn. I was so young that cocktail.
when distributed over their roosting i 8tm wore dresses and was In charge
“I was his lawyer when he was put
tree they resemble some strange, pend- 0f n nursemaid who was In the habit to trial for his life, and the jury ac
ant. green fruit rather than sleeping Qf receiving visits from Annie, a girl quitted him after being out only a few
birds Outing Magazine.
j Gf her own class, so that I was well
acquainted with Annie.
M U T U A L P I R K R E U B P A 8 8 M.
THE BLUE JAY.
Too Big For th s Booth.
the country churchyard, but I was not
Diners in a Broadway restaurant the
Why Should He Be Selected as Sand told of her death, being considered too other night were amused when a
young to understand.
Bearer to S a ta n ?
: is x i ib i
young !ady wearing an enormous white
As I walked with my nurse past the
It Is said ami believed by many that
straw hat trimmed with Baring red
all the blue Jays disappear every F ri cemetery one evening in the edge of wings walked up to the telephone
day. and not one can be seen until the dusk her superstitious horror can be booth In the corner and started to en
next day. and this disappearance is nc Imagined when I cried, pointing di ter. She evidently had forgotten she
You are going to need a
counted for by the statement that the rectly to Annie's grave: "Oh. Maggie, was wearing her “Merry Widow,” for j
birds are under n compact with Satan there Is Annie! She is waving her she fetched up ugnlnst the sides of the
steel rim wheel this win
and that they devote each Friday to hand for us to come over to her!” I door with n bang, her hat fulling to
Don’t fool your
delivering him a supply of sand to j broke away from my nurse and ran to
clear the opening by a good three J
heat Ills caldron at the point of tor- the cemetery fence. She caught me Inches on either side. However, the j
time away on wood rjms
! up and ran in a panic to the bouse.
young lady was equal to the emergen
in wet weather; trade
But why should the blue Jny be select- nor would she ever again pass the cem
cy. She calmly grasped the brim of
eil ns sand bearer to Satan when there etery after dark.
your old wheel in on a
her hat with lioth hands, tilted It to
are so many birds of stronger and
The only Idea In my mind was that
and F E E D
one side and glided through the door [
new nickeled steel rim
fleeter wlug? There nre many super of a familiar friend whom I had not like a sailboat going through a draw- j
stitions that have a reasoning basis, seen for some time.
Fo rest Grove, O re..
The second Instance was at the most bridge. I’p to this time there hnd
but lids particular one has nothing
unromantic age possible to a boy— been smiles and grins, but «-hen the
whatever to go on.
young lady tried to draw the door to
The origin of It lies In the fact that nlsiut thirteen. I was attending board
and found that it would not shut at
the blue jny Is a most particular home
A school friend, a boy of about my all with her hat Inside the room broke
builder. He knows how to build his
Into a roar of laughter that shook up
house, and he takes a great pride in It. age, had left the school some days
even the most Imperturbable waiter.—
Shop 50 3
He doesn't hang his nest to a limb nor tiefore for his home in the west, leav
New York Press.
ing In |ierfect health.
glue it to a tree.
A tto rn ev-at La w
At nhout 1) In the evening I sat on
Instead he selects a substantial fork
Fought Undsr Six Flags.
or crotch of a limb, lays down a few the edge of the bed removing my
A remarkable soldier lias just died ,
twigs of goodly size and strength, and shoes when the wall of the room
on these he superimposes a strong seemed to part and open, showing at Budapest in the person of (Jeneral
foundation of clay, with layers of pa- l tho night outstde. with the dim forms Stephen Turr. one of the bravest revo
pers between, and when his nest is fin- of the trees gently waving In the lutionary generals that ever lived. He
ished It Is as substantial tn proportion wind. As I sat spellbound at this commenced his military career as a
strange sight In the rift of the wall lieutenant In the Austrian army. Then
as one of our modern steel structures.
Thus fitted and finished. It Is admi against the background of the night he fought for the Hungarian revolu
Homeopathist and Surgery
rably adnpted to the rearing of a a*ood my friend as I hnd last seen him. tionary government, helped to quell a
Tender, Juicy, Steaks,
strong nnd healthy brood, and the blue Just as in life. He waved his hand to
Jny goes about his business with the me in token of farewell, stood looking baldi In his great struggle. Ou the
Roasts and Stews,
earnest energy that characterizes all at me a moment, and gently the vision
as a volunteer lu Omar Pasba’a army
Sausage and Bacon
I said to my roommate, who had agalust Russia and finally received a
He raises his young and leads them
about from tree to tree and from bush seen nothing: “Charlie Is dead. I have commission in the British transport
H A R D E R S
All kinds of Fresh
to bush until they have tried and Just seen him.” The next morning a service. It was while buying horses
found their wings, and then, his re telegram to the school said that he had for the British army at Budapest in
HAIR CUTTING A SPECIALTY
1855 that the general was seized by
sponsibilities being over, he proceeds died the night preceding.
In the third instance 1 had grown to the Austrians as a deserter and sen
with his career of gayety, a veritable
practitioner of rough fun nnd stage manhood—a normal, healthy man, over tenced to death. But both the British
six feet tall and weighing nearly 200 and French governments made such
humor.—Uncle Remus’ Magazine.
pounds. I am a civil engineer, the emphatic protests against this sentence
hardy outdoor life being far removed that it was commuted to banishment
Pounds and W eights.
Finally the old soldier settled down in
Here Is a question that will tax the from dreams and morbid imaginings.
A L B E R T DIXON
It was on one occasion necessary for Paris.
arithmetical powers of a youth. Sup
pose that for some reason or another i me to consult a lawyer, and one even-
Memphis on ths Nils.
— Hoffman and Allen Co. are agents a shopkeeper who sold goods by [ Ing I met the lawyer In his Boston of
Memphis on the Nile, one of the
pounds and half pounds, but never in fice to talk over n matter of business.
•or the famous Buttenck patterns,
quantities exceeding twenty pounds at In the eburse of the conversation he greatest capitals of the ancient world, j
— Jo e Stream guarantees to please a time, was told that he must transact asked me a question which I was un Is burled beneath the ground which Is |
all this business with four weights decided about answering. 1 stopped now under cultivation by the villagers j
F a s h io n S to b le s
with the latest haircut. Sharp razors
only, what must these four weights a moment before replying, for consid of Mitrahlneb. who will have to be
properly handled. Pacfic avenue near be? The nnswer Is half pound, one and eration. lowering my eyes, and, when transferred to other plots and coinpeu-
•Siylish T u r n o u t s
a half pound, four and a half pound ; I raised them, there stood behind the sated before the contemplated work of j
H inm an's Hardware.
and thirteen and a half pound. With j attorney a favorite sister, dead many excavation can proceed very far. it is
estimated that an expenditure of about j
— Money to loan on (arm security. these It will lie readily seen that any years.
Everybody knows that
Her eyes were fixed on mine, her
W . H . Hollis, Forest Grove
O R . J . M . K IN O X *
pounds may lie determined In pounds fingers on her lips. I instantly ab be required to excavate the tempi« 1
and half pounds.—Gateway Magazine. sorbed the Idea conveyed by her sug sites, apart from the city. Tbe un- I
we keep the best Meats
V s ite r ln fir in r i
No T s a r s Nor H ills.
gestive pose and did uot give the law- earthing of Memphis, which contained
In the days when Rowley HIM was
County Stock Inspector
to be had, but this is to
I yer the Information he asked, As it the flnw,t school of Kgyptlan nrt. will j
bishop of the Isle of Man one of his
I he Rev. Dr.
M. Iai in son, once afterward proved. It was greatly to
Office, First Street and Pacific Avenue
clergymen bearing the name of Tears president of the American board of for my Interest not to do so.
work of recent times and mast result
remind you to give us a
came to say adieu to his bishop on eign missions, was called as a pastor
Both Phones at Office and Residence
The lawyer shivered slightly as the *n * vast addition to the world's knowl-
gettlug preferment The parson said: or er a parish and w as undergoing ex Visltant stood behind his chair and **•*« of ancient Egyptian history and
“Uoodby, my lord. I ho|ie we may amination tiefore a council when the said that there was a draft through civilization. The work will soon b«
meet again, hut If not here In some question was asked him. "Do you be the room.
begun by Professor Petrie, bead of the S A E L E I N S « 5 t C O
lieve lu n hell?"
He never knew that the sensation of British School of Archaeology In
The bishop replied. "I fear the latter
Forest drove. Ore.
, i* i\ VUS
" f the parish cold conveyed to his nervous system Egypt
Is unlikely, as there are no Tears In **. . 1 1 aUl*' B'v'n* him a nudge, was a breath from an unseen world,
W E E K S t, R A S I T E G O .
sa u leu them yea. If you don’t now
Science has proved that light sound
A Lazy Bay's Invsntion.
3 0 1 9 t h at.
P o r t l a n d . Ora.
“No doubt," wittily answered the par you will before you hare been hers tlx and color are all the results of vibra
The long handled shovel has made
son. "you are right that our chance of months" Argonaut.
Por Designs and Prices sec
tion of greater or less rapidity. Some OTer $®®).000 tor Its Inventor, and the
meeting Is small, as one reads of the
of these vibrations affect our senses and 'nvon,or was a lazy, shiftless boy of
V . H. L I M B E R
plains of paradise, but never of auy
Just ths Othsr Way.
we see. hear or feel their effects. But ,oventeen "*med Reuben Daria. whose
IIilia there.”— I ahiv I oii Queen.
Fortune Tellcr-U ew ars of a short, what of the vast space tilled with those fa,h«r Uved In Vermont at tbe Ume.
Loca! A ten t
F o r c a i tira r»
dark woman with a fierce eye. She is vibrations which affect noue of our
Reuben to digging dirt and
A u stralian Bushm an.
senses, yet are unknown to science? '"»ding •* on a wagon, and the short
FINE WORK DONE CHEAP— PRICES
Although the hushmen of Australia (despairingly!—No, she ain’t,
She's Could our senses respond to them what handled shovel made the boy’s back
W btt« sh irt
are the very lowest lu the scale of lg waiting to get one from me. That's secrets of the unseen might not be ache. One afternoon when bis father
• to IJc
• s • 10c w a tt. wains - io to rm
liorsuce. they possess a rare instinct my wife. —Baltimore American.
revealed, and who can say but tbe was away he took out tbe short handle
W h it* S k ir l« - io f so
rodenkirto - IS
1J t to 25 c
that equals that of many nUittials and
secret of these strange sights which and substituted a long one and found
Undershirt» - - $c Stockinf« • - 2h<
Is In Ita way as wonderful *a man’s
•oinetiuies greet the eye of mortals Is the work much easier
Col lars • • • • *e
It Is almost Impossible for i "P a ," said Freddy, "what la a social hidden In this unknown range of vi
When the father returned borne Reu
Me«** Whit« Wmm 10 IS Pints • • • - 15c
them to lie lost. Even If they lie led scaler
brations. hiding a world that Is all ben got a thrashing, but after the old
C o se
io lo e Dustei*
« « a y from their home biiui!folded for ! , "Generally
Towle« • • 20c
5 speaking." replied - pa. "It*» about us, mingling with and overlap- m" D h* d “" ‘d ,b« shovel blmself be
• IPc Do«
roles, when rvleastsl they will uiierr- j ■ Place where they weigh m o n e y ''- plug. surrounding amt telescoping our , * M ,h ,t 11 w»» » rx x l thing and got
Tks MhWn irac s JOc sw So.- nr
T.*^lo,„„. * ;(rhl Qc n J^
I i fly turn In the right direction and
eui au Magazine.
common humdrum daily life and only 11
They are now niaotifac
■ ' ike tlielr way to tbeir neat homes. | . , ,
D” w" ’ - 0 — • v s e » . * » ’*■• M S C s t p t C m n .
I" rare moments of attunement draw Dired
almost by tbe million
Houses Rented and Rents Collecté
• I. lb nigh there are all very similar,
A d 'blug N easier than helping - |Ug the veil aside for a glimpse Into bo-I* l"rkacbe turned out to be a good
r A a n c AVEHUI
they inner make a mistake.
thing for the Davis fa nliy.
the unknown.—New York IlerakL
Southern Pacific C o— Lines in Ore.
I I N S U R A N C E
BANKERS AND MERCHANTS
O f F o r e s t G ro v e , O reg o n
Best and Cheapest
JA M E S
O. A. G o r F s
H O L L IS
Moulton & Bogan
V e g e t a b le s
G ro c e rie s
W ood Sawing
W. F. S C H U L T Z
Misner & Gordon
Forest G r o v e