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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1908)
Th# Man st the Door— My little girl,
ma’aiu, picked up a abo|>|)lu' bug which
In selection, proportion and combination she says she seen an old lady drop—
an' I thought maybe It was yours,
In the process by which their remedial tia'am.
values are extracted and preserved.
The Lady In the Hal! (haughtily) —
In effectiveness, usefulness and economy, There are uo old ladles here
Curing the widest range of diseases.
. Doing the most good for the money.
And ye* it was hers. Just the tame —
Having the most medicinal merit.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
And the greatest record of cures,—
H ood’s Sarsaparilla
In usual liquid form or In chocolated
tablets known as S a r s a t a b s , 100doses $1.
U r o b u b ly
“ Mr. Ila.ikinson,” said the mother of
the young woman to tha youth whom she
suspected of an ambition to become a
member of the family, “ have you ever
“ Once, I think,” he answered, hesitat-
Prem ier’s Majority Sate, Though
P la h y ,
T ills .
Porpoise— W hat is the whale blowing
Dogfish— Oh. he got so many notices
for his fent In swallowing Jonah he’s
been blowing ever since.— Boston Tran
By the addition o f “ 20-Mule-Team'' Borax to
the water in which carriages, bicycles, automo
biles and other vehL.es are washed, the dirt and
grease will be quickly removed without destruc
tion o f the varnish: in fact, the varnish will be
benefited by the process ordinarily.
The cow’s udder is kept in a clean, healthy and
smooth condition by washing it with "20-Mule-
Team” Borax and water. This prevents rough
ness and soreness or cracked teats which make
milking time a dread to the cow and a worry to
The milk pail is kept free from stateness, slimi
ness and stickiness i f it is washed with "20-Mule-
Team” Borax and water—one tablespoonful to a
quart o f water. Packed Vi*. 1, and 5 lb packages.
K A S P A R IL L A
This sterling household remedy is most
Successfully prescribed for a “ world of
troubles.’ ’ For derangements o f the di
gestive organs it is a natural corrective,
operating directly upon the liver and ali
mentary canal, gently but persistently
stimulating a healthful activity.
beneficial influence extends, however, to
every portion of the system, aiding in the
irocesses of digestion and assimilation of
ood, promoting a wholesome, natural
appetite, correcting sour stomach, bad
breath, irregularities o f the bowels, con
stipation and the long list of troubles
directly traceable to those unwholesome
Kasparilla dispels drowsi
ness, headache, backache and despond
ency due to inactivity of the liver,
kidneys and digestive tract. I t is a
strengthening tonic of the highest value.
I f it fails to satisfy we authorize all
dealers to refund the purchase Pn
D eclaration .
TOWER’S FISH BRAND
O IL E D
Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Boothtsf
Byrup the best remedy to use fot their ch. ldr n
luring the teething period.
H O N . R. S. T H A R I N .
Hon. R. S. Tharin, attorney at law
The fifth wedding anniversary is the
“ wooden” wedding : the tenth, “ tin ;“ fif and counsel fo r Anti-Trust League,
teenth. “ crystal;” twenty-fifth, “ silver;“ writes from Pennsylvania Ave. N . W .,
thirtieth, “ pearl;“
fiftieth, "golden;“ Washington, D. C., as follow s;
“ H avin g used Peruna for Catarrhal
seventy-fifth, “ diamond.”
disorders, I am able to te s tify to its
O r ig i n o f Ih o Coolness.
great remedial excellence and do not
Esmeralda— I don't care much for auto hesitate to g iv e it my emphatic en
dorsement and earnest recommendation
Gwendolen— I suppose not; the chauf to all persons affected by that disorder.
feur can’t manage the machine with sal I t is also a tonic o f great usefulness."
Mr. T. Barnecott, W est Aylm er, On
tario, Can., w rites:
“ Last w in ter I
P rospective Business.
was ill w ith pneumonia after hav.ng la
‘‘I'll take your damage case," said
grippe. I took Peruna fo r two months,
the lawyer, helping to bis feet the man when I became quite w ell. I also in-
just hit by an automobile.
I duced a young lady, who was all run
replied the victim. down and confined to the house, to take
“ I ’m not much hurt, but I recognized Peruna, and a fte r takin g Peruna for
that measly chauffeur. He may have three months she is able to follo w her
a caae for you later.” — Philadelphia trade o f tailoring.
I can recommend
Peruna fo r all such who are ill and re
quire a tonic.”
E x p la in * « ] at
“ The late Dr. Morgan Dlx,” said a
eleryman of New York, "had a droll
way of lightening grave subject! with
little humorous asides. Once I beard
him addressing a graduating class at a
medical school. He began in this way :
“ ‘Physiologists tell us. gentlemen, that
the older a man grows the smaller bis
brain becomes. This explains why the
old man knows nothing and the young
one everything.' ”
Some people prefer to take tablets,
rather than to take medicine in a fluid
form . Such people can obtain Peruna
tablets, which represent the
medicinal ingredients o f Peruna. Each
tablet is equivalent to one average
dose o f Peruna.
v ig n r e it e
S iu u k ln g
In u re aa e.
Consumption o f cigarettes Increase,]
largely In the United States during the
last fiscal year ended June 30, 1908.
p i T C St. V it o «' IlAnre »a d
nrvoa« n w e a if* per«*-
I I I 3 nently cared by l)r . i -Ine's G reat N e rv e R e according to the
storer. Send fo r FREE $2 00 tria l b ottle and treatise.
statement of Internal revenue receipt!.
D r. R. H. K lin e . L d ., 931 A rc h S t „ P h ila d elp h ia . Pa.
Tobacco revenues generally fell off, the
«Kol D i * a p p o l u ( r d .
public smoking fewer cigars than the
Goodman Gonrong— I ’ve had the offer
preceding year, taking less snuff and
of a job an' I ’ve a great mind to go to
chewing less. But more cigarettes of
H o yt C h e m ic a l C o . Portland, Oregon work.
Haymold Storey— I alwuz knowed ther' all kinds were used.
Less spirits were used than in 1907.
wus a yeller streak in you.
the heaviest falling off being In the
T h e Fainoan Four.
spirits distilled from grain, the reve
Each of the following named gentle nue ou which declined over $15,000.1)00
men, upon being out late With the boys This would Indicate large decline !n
has concocted a famous excuse, and. whisky consumption. The beer busi
what is more wonderful, got away with ness, however, continued to grow In
it. They are: Jonah. Ulysses, Rip Van spite of the depression.
Winkle, Robinson Crusoe.— Judge.
The total decrease in Internal reve
nue, as compared with the preceding
F a ir y T a le .
O b the third finger of her left hand the fiscal year, was $17,998.072.
sweet young thing wore a magnificent soli
In 1 0 3 0 .
“ Prisoner,” said the magistrate se
“ So you’re going to marry a prince, verely, "you are charged with being a
are you?” enid the necessary questioner. millionaire. How did you happen to
“ A prince? I don’t understand.“
“ The son of a coal king.“
“ Your honor," responded the trem
“ O, yes,“ smiled the sweet young thing.
bling man at the bar, “ in a moment of
“ I ’ m to be his Cinder Ella.“
weakness I made a book on the races."
la yonr mouth s im ila r In any way to th e above? I f
T o B re a f *n N e w Shoes.
ao. no need to wear a wobbly, unusable p artial plate
“ You’re not Incurable," rejolued the
Always shake in A llen ’s Foot-Ease, a powder,
o r ill-iittin ti, ord in ary bridge work. T h e Dr. Wiae
ft cures hot, sweating, aching, sw ollen feet, magistrate, who at heart was not un
system o f
'ures corns, ingrow ing nails and bunions. At kind.
“ Go and reform by playing the
“ TEETH W IT H O U T P L A T E S “
ill druggists and shoe steres, 25c. Dont accept
T h e result o f 21 year*' experience, th e new way o f iny substitute. Sample mailed FREE. Addrebi book of some other fellow.
rep lacin g teeth in th e m o u th -te e th in fact, teeth in Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y.
— Philadelphia I,edEer.
appearance, teeth to chew your foot! upon, as you
did ui«on your natural one*. Our fore«* is no organ
ised we can do your e n tire crown, bridpe o r plate
work in a day if neceaaary.
P o sitively painless e x
tracting- Only high-class. scien tific work.
W I S E D E N T A L C O .f IN C .
Dr. VV. A. W ise. M anager.. 21 years in Portland.
Second F lo o r, F a ilin g Building, T h ird and W ash
ington Streets. Office hours, 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sun
Painless Extracting, 60c; plates,
16 up. Phones A and M ain 2029.
days, 9 to 1 P. M.
C o n c e r n in g M r*. J f p e « . .
F am e .
Mrs. Good sole— What satisfaction does
Mrs. Jypes derive from her new automo
bile? I never see her riding in it.
Miss Capsicum— She isn't deriving any
satisfaction from It now. The Snoodles
have bought a finer one.
Proud Father— My daughter, I suppose,
is getting along famously with her dra
Principal (o f the school of dramatic
a r t)— Er— yes; indeed she is. On ar
amateurs' night at one of the theaters re
cently the audience fairly went wild with
enthusiasm w-hen she starred in a little
comedy called "Getting ths Hook.” — Chi
E in n g h
The Kind You Hare Always Bought
Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 3 0 Years.
esw Tsw *
W s u e »*»
svw sct . s i «
A Flavoring. It maio
syrup better than Maple.
"T h is ," she eaid. "ia the penalty Im
posed by nature for the absurd effort of
my ancestresses, ages ago,
What is CASTOR IA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, I’are-
uoric. Drops and Soothing: Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and W ind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s r rieud.
to W o k e
"It's wonderful." said Dubley, “ bow
w ideaw ake the Japanese hsve beccm#
in recent years."
"Oh. It's not so wonderful." replied
the observant man, "when you consider
that they have an earthquake every
night or so In their country.” —Phila
A p p a llin g Roaalf.
Badly the mermaid regarded bereetf hi
The Kind You Have Always nought has borne the signa
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over HO years. Allow no one
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
“ Just-as-pood ” are but Experiments, and endanger the
health o f Children—Experience against Experiment.
Rheum atism is caused b y an excess o f uric acid in th e blood, w h ich is
carried th rou gh th e circulation to a ll p ortion s o f th e system .
E v e r y m uscle,
nerve, bone and jo in t absorbs the acrid, p ain -p rod u cin g poison, ¡.«u s in g
achfes, in flam m ation , stiffness and other w e ll k n ow n sym p tom s o f the disease.
Perm anent relie f from the pains and discom fort o f R heum atism cannot be
expected from th e use o f linim ents, plasters, and oth er exte rn a l treatm ent
w hich does not roach the blood, where the cause is located. Such measurea
g iv e tem porary relief, but in order t > cure Rheum atism th e uric acid and
inflam m atory poison m ust be exp e lle d from the blood.
S. S. S. cures
Rheum atism because it is a perfect blood purifier.
I t g oes d ow n in to th e
C onservatives Lose Out in Ontario, circulation, neutralizes the uric acid and drives it from the blood. S. S. S.
exp els the irrita tin g , inflam m atory m atter w hich is causing th e pain, s w e ll
W here They Expected Th eir
in g ar.d other discom fort, enriches the weak, sour blood, and p erm anen tly
cures Rheum atism . In all form s o f Rheum atism , w hether acute or chronic,
S. S. S. w ill be found a safe, vegeta b le rem edy, possessing the properties
needed to cure, and at the same tim e a m edicine that builds up the entire
Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 2 7 .— Elections system by its fine tonic effects. Book on R heum atism and an y medical ad vice
fo r the Federal house o f commons were free to all who w rite.
THE S W IF T SPECIFIC CO., A T L A N T A , GA.
held yesterday throughout Canada. O f
the 221 constituencies in the dominion
F r a n u t * Im p o rted .
only two— Rouville, Ont., and South
So many peanuts are eaten In this !
York, Ont. returned members by ac
clamation. In all the others, w ith the country that the native supply Is not |
exception o f five, which w ill hold their sufficient for the demand and about
$3,000 worlb o f the African nuts were
elections later, there w ere contests.
The returns show that S ir W ilfr id Imported from Marseilles in 1906 and
Laurier, the present pprem ier, who in over $73,000 worth In 1907. The west
are cut on larg»
the last house had a m ajority o f 66, coast o f Africa produces quantities of
w ill be returned to the house fo r anoth peanuts.
to give the wearer
er five years, w ith a m ajority o f be
the utmost comfort
S o c ie t y H o r r o r .
tween 55 and 60.
French Canadian Quebec remained
tory the other afternoon embracing an
loyal to the prem ier, electin g a mem
bership almost solidly Lib eral.
S U IT S * 3 2 2
“ I don’t deny it, Goodsole. I was try
Ontario, where the Conservat v 'S e x
SLIC K E R S *322
ing to conserve our natural resources.”
pected to make th eir h eaviest gains,
t i urtr n r CMmtH f _
did not come up to the opposition’s ex
"Reclaiming an arid waist."
j / 6# or mi run
The returns indicate an
almost evenly divided
compared w ith 39 Liberals and 47
Conservatives in the last house.
N ova Scotia, which at the last gen
eral elections in 1904 returned a solid
Liberal phalanx, g ives the Conserva
Ths well known rnllabl«
tiv e party several seats.
R. L. Borden, leader o f the Conserv ( lay be permanently overcome by proper
atives, was elected by a substantial
personal efforts with the assistance
Root and Kerb
majority in H alifax, which supported
the one truly beneficial laxative
him four years ago. A ll the minis
ters have been re-elected w ith the ex remedy, Syrup’of figs and OuirofAennty
ception o f W illiam Templeton, o f V ic woicn enables one to form regular
IT»* mini« s life study o f
roofs ami herl'K and in thai
toria, B. C., minister o f inland reve habits daily so that assistance to na
Miutly diwoovereii mid Is aiw
iiiM to (h e world hut wondsr*
nue, who lost by five votes.
ture may be gradually dispensed with
1'uT ren’ etlies.
CONTESTS TO BE ORDER OF DAY
“ Has your order been taken?” asked
one of the waiters.
“ Yes.” said Mr. Welbroke, “ fifteen min
C a u s e a n d E ffect.
utes ago. I f it isn’t too late, though. I ’d
The Doctor— That is a point in thera
like to change it."
peutics I shall have to look up. I find I
“T o change your order, sir?“
am growing rusty.
“ Yes; if you don’t mind I ’ll change It
’ln e Professor— Rusty? Then there is
to an entreaty.“
too much iron in your blood.
From which w t learn how dangerous
it is to meddle with the orderly processes
A R R E S T 14 N IG H T RID ERS.
Sixty-One N ow Held in Connection
With Reel F oot O utrage.
Camp Reno, Reel Foot Lake, Tenn.,
Oct. 27. — Fourteen prisoners were
brought into camp today in connection
w ith recent night rider outrages in
this section. This makes a total o f 61
now in custody here.
scouting parties went out and two o f
them returned. The third w ill not be
back before tomorrow night.
detachment headed by M ajor R. E.
Martin is prepared to g o’ to Obion to
night to search fo r the mysterious
masked men who w ere reported to
have been seen near tnat town. A fte r
communicating w ith several people
Colonel Tattom decided that the story
was without foundation and recalled
Both Union C ity and Samburg, where
the soldiers are camped, w ere the cen
ters o f interest today in the night rider
troubles. A special term o f the County
court convened at Union C ity today
and all o f the evidence irf the Reel
Foot lake case was laid befor
when nit longer needed as the best of
remedies, when required, are to assist
nature and not to supplant the natur
al functions, which must depend ulti
mately upon proper nourishment,
proper efforts, and right bung generally.
' To get its beneficial effects, alwriys
buy the genuine
S y n m i f i g s ^ E l i v H S e im a
'j. munularturvcL bv the
C a l if o r n ia
N o M ercu ry, Poison s o r D ru gs Used H* Curd
W ithout O p era tio n , or W ithout the Aid o f a K n ifg
Ho guarantee« to Cure I'atnirh, Aathni^ Lung»
1’hroM . lilfu tn u t Ism, Nervotiffnewn. N en ou s I>el>tiUfv
I.iver, Kidney l roul.l.•« nl-o Lost Manhood,
I A ll l ’rlvule i)i«eii»ea
A SUR E CANCER CURE
Just Received from Peking, China-Safe, Sort
and R elia b le .
I F YOU A R K A FLIC TE D . DON’ T DELAY.
DELAYS ARK D a N g KROUS.
C O N S U L T A T IO N
F i g S y r u p C o . only
one size wily, regular price 50(
P R B B
t i you cannot oall. write fo r «yni|»ton blank and olvow
Inr. Iuclone 4 ren t* In stamiw,
T H K C. (IK K WO OHINKHIC ilF D T t^ N E CK>.
1621-2 First 8t., ('o r Morrhnn.
Portland, O n flia .
Ploaao .Mention This Paper.
N o . 44-OS
P N U
SOLQ B Y A LL L E A D IN C DRU CG 1STS
[ H E N w r it in g to n d T s r lls s r « p ls s a e
m e n i io n t i l l s p a p e r .
(JR E S C E N T Egg-Phosphate
â B A K IN C POWDER
W T jT r n j LÇÂ.I A FULL POUND 25c.
^ „V o r^ r
W A IT IN S P E C T O R ’ S R E P O R T .
« 0 N 0 R B sL T ]
Decision on Star o f Bengal W reck
May Have Serious Results.
San Francisco, Oct. 27.— The inspec
tors o f hulls and boilers, who have
been investigating the wreck o f the
ship Star o f Bengal, which went ashore
on the Alaskan coast some weeks ago,
111 lives being lost, finished taking
testimony yesterday and took the case
Captain W agner, o f the Bengal, has
filed charges o f cowardice against the
tug captains for their action in cutting
his ship loose and it is expected that
the decision o f the inspectors w ill bear
w eight in the proceedings resulting
from these charges. It is stated here
that the United States D istrict attor
ney o f Alaska w ill bring Captain W a g
ner’s charges against the captains o f
| the Kayak and H attie Gage before the
Federal grand jury.
Calls Will Forgery.
N ew Y ork, Oct. 27.— D eclaring the
signature in a w ill disposing o f about
$1,000,000 a forgery, the w ill being
that o f Ambrose Burbank, who died in
1904, Dr. A lfred H. Ham ilton, o f Au
burn, N. Y ., a handwriting expert,
j created a sensation in the suit against
| Caleb H. Burbank, a nephew o f the
| testator, during the trial in the United
States Circuit court here today. The
j nephew is executor o f thq estate and
was named residuary legatee, in addi
tion to receiving a direct bequest o f
SHOES FOR MEN
These splendid m en's shoes represent the best
’ there is in shoe leather. E very piece o f material is o f the
^choicest tannage. T h e workm anship Is perfect; the styles
are up-to-date. W h en it comes to service, there is nothing
that equals them In lasting qualities.
are everything the name implies. T h e y are “ built on h o n o r." I
N o matter where you look, or w hat y o u pay, you wilt never j
find anything that w ill outclass them in w ear, style
If your dealer w ill not supply you, w rite to us.
L oo k for the M q yu r T ra d e M a rk o n the sole.
F R E E —Swnd us the name of a dealer w h o does n o t
handle Mayer Honorhilt Shoe», and w e w ill send
free poatpakLa beautiful picture oi G eorge W ashing-
k ton. size 15 xJl.
W e also make Leading Led/ Shoes. Martha
W ashlngtor. Comfort Shoes, Yerma Cushion
Shoes and Special M e r it School Shoes.
F. Mayer Boot Ci Shoe Co.
M ILW AUKEE.
W IS C O N S IN
T h e best
in the land is not
alw ays the most costly.
I 'p to D ato .
re is w H
C. Gee Wo
T o Unveil Harrison Monument.
They wore looking up at tbo latest
Indianapolis, Oct. 27.— A parade and
"B ut what ar# thoso
things sticking out from tho sides?" other interesting features w ill attend
| the unveiling today o f the handsome
asked the up state friend.
"Thoso? Oh, tbooe are (he mile monument erected to the memory o f
poets!" answered the Now Yorker.— former President Benjamin Harrison.
Vice President Fairbanks w ill preside
and the speakers w ill include John L .
Griffiths, Am erican consul to L iv e r-
I pool, and Genera! John W . N oble, ot
St. Louis, who was secretary o f the
interior during the adm inistration o f
I President Harrison.
REM EDY I
FW« C «* I« «0 *r,.ufT«™
Think C astro Is Bluffing.
sv-tr tot - i' • roM». V»
«*-m* S.« -• » «I-* *
Willemstad, Oct. 27.— According to
It « " *
letters received here, the people o f
0 * trml
th« tr -iti- •
I Venezuela are confident o f a prompt
tS«ir rtvilAao PW« • G s *
settlement o f the dispute between that
VÀI P«!«ct -or.klcnc« i* l* r.'l--
new-n «ad fi-cdo»
country and Holland. T h e ft-fueal o f
F « i m
t - c K . l l « caotorr.
President Castro to revoke the decree
A l «U d r » s i i « t * '. 25 e t *
o f May 14 is regarded aa a bluff to
distract attention from the doings o f
1 the revolutionists.
Sold by grocer#.
A CURE FOR
> >'v •: .-•••• •
B u a in r««,
Inquiring Friend— You’ve given
booze? How did you ever summon up
enough fortitude and self-denial to do
Iiudger— I paid a high priced doctor
$25 to te!l me what was the matter with
me, and that was his sole prescription
By George. I couldn't afford to waste all
that money !
A ia en d lo g
PERUNA A TONIC O F
I 111DI IT D IC Cl CPTCIl
GREAT USEFULNESS. LAU III tit Id t L t l l t U
23 Ounces for 23 Cents
Is the result of modem ideas. Costs
less. Does better work. You must
try It to see. Get a can on triaL
The baking will be vastly better,
lighter and tastier or we pay
for the can.
Jaquts M%. Oat