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SAVE THIS. ANYWAY.
C O W E C T IC t'T FOR TAFT.
Put It in Some Safe Place, for It May Carric*
Come in Handy Some Day.
state, but by
is authority that these
all harmless Rnd easily mixed at home
¡»soothing effect upon the entire Kidney
and Urinary structure, and often over
comes the worst forms of Rheumatism
in just a little
This mixture is
said to remove all blood disorders and
cure the Rheumatism
You tax the kidneys— overwork
with , them—
They can’ t keep up the continual
The back gives out— it aches and
next year, Guy W. Talbot, general
j manager of the Oregon Electric com
Urinary troubles set in.
pany, returned yesterday from New
Armed with the approval of the
dlcate «>ntrollln« the road and
authority to expend $600,000 on
equipment and extension? of the
Don’ t wait
east primarily to Kidney Pills.
York, where he went two months ago.
Mr. Talbot went
talk over the railroad situation in Ore
gon with the owners of the Oregon
Electric Railroad company.
decided upon the rolling stock
will be needed next year, and has rec
ommended to the board the construc
STILL “SOLID SOUTH”
decomposed waste matter, which cause
at Niles, Ohio, now,” said Mr. Talbot,
"and two full baggage and express cars.
Quite a lot offered at
less than Half Price.
display and Ad of Hoffman and Allen
In the Height of Style.
Umbrellas, Rubbers. Oil Hats and
Oil Clothing are in the height of style
at the Hoffman & Allen
C o.’ s Store.
the Umbrella Language— See
their corner window.
— Joe Stream guarantees
with the latest haircut.
Pacfic avenue near
Hinman’ s Hardware.
Let T h e N e w s do your
good stock and most reasonable prices.
We print everything.
— Try Schultz’ s ground bone
It will make them lay.
— New stock of latest Ladies’ H om e
Journal dress patterns at Bailey’ s Big
COM M ON SENSE
Lead? most intelligent people to use only
mediaines of known composition. There
fore It is thal Dr. Pierce's medicines, the
makiTsdqf w llch print every ingredient
enteringralolhem upon the bottle wrap-
pers and attV>l its correctness under oath,
are daily grtAlng in favor. The com
position of DVlPierce’s medicines is open
to evervhndvVlir. Pierce being desirous
of having the ¿.-.iri i, light of investiga
turned fully n
i i i i-■
■i !, hi- CTmuiieToeing
confident that the lx tt»T the composition
f f ^ n ^ j g jn ^ l i c j n e s l s J v n o w n U i e ^ jm o r j
will their great curative merits bujecog-
Being w holly made of the active
medicinal principles extracted from na
tive forest roots, by exact processes
original with Dr. Pierce, and without the
use of a drop of alcohol, triple-refined and
chemically pure glycerine being used In
stead in extracting and preserving the
curative virtues residing in the roots
employed, these medicines are entirely
free from the objection of doing harm
by creating an appetite for either al
coholic beverages or habit - forming
drags. Examine the formula on their
bottle wrappers—the same as sworn to by
Dr. Pierce, and you will find that his
"Golden Medical Discovery." the great,
blood-purifier, stomach tonic and bowel
regulator—the medicine which, while not
recommended to cure consumption in its
advanced stages mo medicine will do that)
yet does cure all those catarrhal condi
tions of head and throat, weak stomach,
torpid liver and bronchial troubles, weak
lungs and hang-on-coughs, which, if neg
lected or badly treated lead up to and
finally terminate In consumption.
Take the "Golden Medical Discovery"
In lime and u is not likely to disappoint
yon If only you give It
it a thnrrrugh
thorough i and
f-iir trial.’ TKin t exp<-t miracles. It
won’t do supernatural things, l ou mnst
exercise your patience and persevere in its
use for a reasonable length of time to get
Its full benefits. The I n g r e d i e n t s of which
Dr. Pierce s medicines are composed have
the unqualified endorsement of scores of
medical leaders—better than any amount
They are not given awav to be experi
mented with but are «old by all dealer! IB
medicines at reasona’.G prices.
$30 00 From Louisville $41 70
“ Cincinnati 42 20
Omaha . . . 30 00
“ Cleveland 44 75
Kansas City 30 00
“ New York 55 00
St. Louis . . 35 50
Chicago . . 38 00
From Denver .
If you want to bring a friend or relative to Oregon, deposit the
The ticket will then be
proper amount with any ol our agents,
furnished bv telegraph.
W. BROWN. Local Agent. Forest Grove, Ore.
WM. M c MURRAY, General Passenger Agent,
A W Krause Jr
house 53 acres in sec 30 t 1
J J Fisher
s 4 w.........................................
ct al 80 acres in sec 16 t 1 s
F H Knight et al to John M c
Cann rart of secs 17 and 18
t 1 n 4
5 0 00 ! E Brelje et ux to John Herd-
lein 40 acres in sec 16 1 1 s 3
er n e j of se J sec 22 t 2 s 2 .
J B Trullinger et ux
ways puts his name at the bottom; he
Fee et al part of blk
M J Sammons et ux
Wiegand Ceaar Mill lot con
taining 1.15 acres...................
Coast add to H illboro.........
add to H illsooro.....................
Thos Howe et ux to C W M c-
fine painting al
Nelson n w j of blk 5 Fairview
acre near Dilley.......................
part of sec 16 t 1 s 3 w . . . .
Josef Fischer to Martha Fisch
C A Parsons
and Salem lines as soon as our new
is proud of it and well he might be for H W Wells et al to Suburban
equipment arrives. We will run sev
it has taken time, labor
Development Co 120 acres
eral limited trains daily b.tween Salem
patience to produce it.
in sec 12 t 1 s 1 ..................... 25000
and Portland, the limiteds to make the
Likewise with good, honest, well J E Lootnis et ux to Thos
time in one hour and 40 minutes and
W ithycombe 25 acres in sec
the locals in two hours. Ballasting
The Hoffman & Allen Co. are telling
31 t 1 s 3 ...............................
2500 j FINE r a n DONE CHEAP— PRICES
work that has been going on on our
you something in their advertisement J E Loomis et ux to Thos
8 to 15c
• . 10c Drawers
Salem line ever since the rails were laid
“ • » - tOc White Waists • 10 to 20c
W ithycombe 10 acres in sec
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 4.— Kentucky has just been completed, and we have
10 to 50 Underskirto - 15 to 25c
has gone Democratic by a large ma
• 8c Stockings • • 2 Vic
31 t 1 s 3 .................................
The Republicans have lost
Hundkerchlefs - - I s Collars • • -
Men’s Whlta Vests 10 IS Pants • • • • tSc
two of their congressmen, giving the
George B. Moffat of New York, presi
Eugene suprised the people of this
* 10 20c Dusters
Klaussen 1 acre in W H Ben-
state now nine Democrats to two Re dent of the Oregon Electric, will reach
entire country last year by raising a
Towles • - 20c Don Napkins -
• 20c Dos
publicans. There was no state elec
eit d 1 c ............ ......................
The following articles 50c per dos: Pillow cases.
Portland November 10 and will spend great advertising fund and paying a
Bed Sheets, Tableclothes, Night Oowns. Women’s
Oregon Nursery Co to Maggie
a week here, expecting to be in the salery of $5.000 annually for an expert.
Drawers, Underwear, Aprons and Corset Covers.
J M cFadden lot 5 blk 6
F lo r id a .
city for the opening of the Forest Grove Up to last Saturday night there had
Jacksonville, Fla., Nov. 4.— Albert
Orenco Tow nsite.....................
line which will be about November IS. been subscribed lor the coming year
W. Gilchrist, Democrat, has been
J W Shute et ux to J B Trul-
elected governor of Florida, and the Mr. Moffat will look over the lines and $13,661., to which will be added $14-
linger north 1 of blk 5 Fair-
Democratic National ticket has car surveys of the road, and he will proba 000, the total being more than a dol
view add to Hillsboro ..........
ried the state by a majority o f 25,-
bly determine how soon work shall be lar and a half for every man, woman
000, the P.epublican vote showing a
Forest Grove Time Table
Herman Metzer et ux to Alice
gin on the McMinnville line and on and child in the city, and this will be
loss of 3000 since 1904.
E Kenney et al lot 2 blk 57
the proposed Salerr to Albany exten used in advertising the resources and
Metzer acre tracts .................
250 No. 6 dep«'irts 6:to a. m., arrives at Portland 8:oo m.
sion The company has spent $3,000,- advantages ol Eugene and Lane Co.
8 55 a. m., "
Charleston, S. C., Nov. 4.— The Re
Mark Bartlett et al to J H Re-
lordo S. at. *
000 without issuing a bond so far, but Eugene is determined to go ahead and
4:5o p. m.
publican party polled only 2000 of
valt lot 13 blk 34 West Port
4:37 p. m.
the 58,000 votes in this state, run in case of the proposed extensions, in doesn’ t mind a little thing like a nation
land H eights............................
ning behind the figures of four years cluding the extension of the M cM inn al election. What other town of 10,-
No. 1 Iv. Portland 7:2o a. m. Iv. Forest Grove 8:39
ago. M. F. Ansel has been re-elected
No. 5 “
8:5oa. m., sr.
lo :lo a. n .
ville line to Corvallis and Eugene, 000 people in Oregon, Washington or G C Gray to F H Knight part
No. / "
L o o p . m. ar
(| 2:2o p. n .
governor without opposition.
of sec 17 and 18 t 1 n 4 w .. 2500 No. 3 “
4 ;lo p. m. Iv.
§| 5:4o p. tr,
some change in the policy o( the road California can match this record?
No. 9 “
5:4o p. m. ar.
* 7:oo p. n .
N W Chilcott et ux to D Cor-
may becom e necessary.
lieri 8.60 acres in M Moore
Richmond, Va., Nov. 4.— The Old
While in the east Mr. Talbot attend
w. b r o w n , Agent.
Dominion Is still safely within the
d i e t 1 s 2 w ..........................
800 W m . M cM URRAY, General Passenger
ed the convention of American inter-
Democratic ranks by a very large ma
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Jesse Hobson to J A W ood-
Agent. Portland, Ore.
The Republican vote shows urban companies at Atlantic City,
a loss of 18,000 since 1904.
where an unusually fine exhibit of C H Schritt et al to G eo Behnke
Atlanta. Ga., Nov. 4.— Georgia’s
thirteen electoral votes will be cast
W. H. S t r a t t o n . 9-tf
for William Jennings Bryan, and the
state’s representation will continue
The state elec
tion was held in September. The Taft
Is the make of Childrens and Misses vote in this state fell 10,000 below
and Womans Coats advertised in this that of Mr. Roosevelt.
is sending tons of Oregon literature to the East for distribution
through every available agency.
Will you not help the good work
ol building Oregon by sending us the names and addresses ol
vour friends who are likely to De interested in this state? We
will be glad to bear the expense of sending them com plete in
formation about OREGON and its opportunities.
COLONIST TICKETS will be on sale during SEPTEM BER AND
O CTOBER from the East to all points in Oregon. The tares
from the principal cities are
TICKETS CAN BE PREPAID.
A Great Artist.
to p o p u la te y o u r sta te ?
Southern Pacific Co— Lines in Ore.
Report of Watts Public School for
Next year I figure we will need 10
the month ending October 30.
coaches and fifty freight cars, although
days taught, 17; No. days attendance,
the orders for these 6o cars have not
583; No. days absence, 39; No. pu
yet been placed and will not be until
pils enrolled, 40; average daily attend
the first of February, in all probability.
ance. 34; No. visitors, 3. Pupils n ei
"W e are authorized to spend more
ther absent nor tardy were: Rachel
than $600,000 the coming year, if con
Pechin, Pearl Stevenson, Louis Steven
ditions are found to warrant it. A part
son, Mabel Adams, Clarence Rice, Es
of this money will go for the line from
ther Dillev, Walter Dilley, Paul Pech
Tigardville to McM innville, which I
in, Freida Schmale. Victor Adams, An
have recommended building, but which
nie Knigh’ en, Willie Davidson, Wilma
will likewise not be decided definitely
Harris, Sophia Schmale. Alice Wilson,
upon until February 1, when we can
Amy Davidson. Not absent but tardy,
see how traffic on the lines now in op
Roy Dilley and Jimmie Dilley.
eration works out.
Martha Traver, Teacher.
"A lso we are going to push work on
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE— Settlers, honest farmers mechanics
merchants, clerks, people with brains, strong hands and a willing
heart— capital or no capital.
W. H. Morion. Thlnl a Lincoln Sts., Hillsboro. Ore.,
says: "W hen 1 began using Doan's Kidney Pills, I was
suffering from a weak back and a disordered con
dition o f my kidneys. These organs were weak and 1
was forced to arise several ttmea during the night on I
account o f the too frequent action of the secretions.
was obliged to stoop and bend a great deal ai my w oik1 j
and w hen the pains across my hatk were at their height. |
I was hardly able to attend to my business. 1 read
about Doan's Kidney Pills and see'ng thal they were so
j highly recommended. I procured a boa. I am now feel
1 ing better than before in a long time and can rav that
Doan's Kidney Pills acted like magic in my cave."
St. Louis. Nov.— Missouri has re
these afflictions. Tty it if you aren’ t versed the Republican victory of
well. Save the prescription.
1904 and i3 again in the Democratic
ranks by a large majority. St. Louis
went Republiran by a small majority.
Talk Is Cheap.
William S. Cowherd has been elected
But much talk takes time, and time governor.
is money with you and us. We do lit-
4tle talking about our line of 100 PER
Austin, Tex., Nov. 4.— W illiam H.
CENT PURE WOOL CLOTHES. If you Taft did not make as good a show
look them over they will TALK FOR ing In this state as President Roose
THEMSELVES. See our ad this week. velt, who polled 51,242 votes in
1904. The vote this year is approx
HOFFMAN & ALLEN CO.
imately as follow s: Bryan, 220.000;
Taft, 20,000.. Thomas M. Campbell,
Democrat, has been re-elected gov the construction of the Hillsboro main
Cider Apples Wanted.
line to Forest Grove and will revise
I will buy all the cider apples you
the schedules on both the Hillsboro
G e o r g ia .
will fetch me. Will take them in any
quantity delivered at Cornelius.
A r e y o u d o in g w h a t you
tion of a line from Tigardville, on the
Chicago. Nov. 4.— Joseph G. Can Portland-Salem line to McMinnville.
non will go back to the house from The extension of the Salem line as far j
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
the Eighteenth district of this state. as Albany may also be undertaken if j
Returns from the Congressional elec
Foster-Milburn C o.. Buffalo,
tions all over the country have been traffic conditions this winter wairant New York, sole agents for the United
received which insure the party that early commencement ol the wotk.
Vas just elected Taft to the Presi
" W e have eight new passenger
dency a clean-cut working majority
Rem ember the name— Doan’ s— and
coaches on the way from the shops ol
in the next House.
take no other.
the Niles Car Manufacturing company,
by forcing the
strain from the Tile l suai Democratic Majorities Are
Returned in Dixie.
blood and system all uric acid and foul
Kidneys to filter
BACK GIVES OUT,
Forest Grove Electric Line to
Plenty of Forest Grove Readers Have
Be Opened Nov. 15.
Hartford, Conn., Nov. 4.— Despite
Here is a simple home-made mix- the efforts made to place Connecticut
lure as given by an eminent authority |n the Democratic column, the state
has given its vote to the Republican
on Kidney diseases, who makes the caniliriarp
statement that it will relieve almost any ever, fell far below that of
ease of Kidney trouble if taken before Roosevelt four years ago.
year the Republican candidate
the stage of Bright’ s disease. He
ried the etate by 38.180.
yates that such symptoms as lame
Congressman Lilley has been elect-
back, pain in the side, frequent desire ed governor by 5000, despite the op
position to him on account o f the
to urinate, especially at night; painful
submarine boat matter, and the op
and discolored urination, are readily position to him in his own party.
overcome. Here is the recipe. Try Five Republican congressmen have
been elected, and the state legisla
ture will be Republican.
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
The leaders of both parties in the
ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; state expressed great interest in the
growth o f the Socialist vote, which
Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three Increased about 100 per cent.
ounces. Take a teaspoonful after each
meal and at bedtime.
Cannon Is Elected.
A well-known druggist here in town
MANAGER TALBOT RETURNS
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
a. a. m.
Raleigh, N. C., Nov. 4.— The Dem
ocratic national ticket has carried
North Carolina by a m ajority o f 25,-
000, the total vote being 210,000. W.
W. Kitchin has been elected govern
equipment and track material was dis
& int in lot 4 Electric add to
He inspected many new im
provements, some of which will be put
Emma W Harms et ux to E L
into use on the Oregon road, but says
Schieffelin tract in sec 15 t 1
that of all the lines he inspected
n 3 w..........................................
his trip none was better and few were David Wenger et ux to E I
Kuratli et al lot 9 blk 9 Oak
The third rail is being used very little Grove add H ills b o r o .................
and is found expensive to operate. Wm Reidt et ux to Nora Card
Roads that have gone about their con
lots 11 and 12 blk 11
struction work along railroad instead of
street railroad principles have an enor Geo Behnke et ux to C H
Mattox lot 7 Electric add T i
mous advantage over other lines, ac
Montgomery, Ala.. Nov. 4.— Bryan cording to Mr. Talbot.
90,000; Taft, 13,000, are the election
“ I ’ m glad to get back to O regon,” Wm Reidt et ux to Helen M
figures In this state. Mr Taft polled
Moore part of blk 32 West
9,472 fewer votes than Mr. Roosevelt ! said he, and wouldn t live in the east
did in 1904.
I ¡| they would give the whole thing to
Minnie Malloy et al to Helen
1 m e’ T h in * 5 look ProsPerou’ ’ and 1
Moore l l acres in sec 16
Little Rock. Ark., Nov. 4.— Arkan- think if everything is favorable with
t l s l w .................................
sas has given Mr. Bryan a majority !
roadi the improvements and exten-
l-crBUB o f 1 2 3 J C » « r
under CQn5ldfraUon wi|, undoubt John Hal vor sot: et ux to Fred
the vote Dolled by Mr. RarKer in
erick Johnson è acre in Felix
; edly be made. The syndicate has ap-
Landes» d i e ............................
proved of them, and will issue definite
„ _____ , instructions within three months.
Nashville. Tenn., Nov. 4.— Tenne*- | instructions w
see Is still strongly Democratic by a
m ajority o f 80.000. The Republican
vote o f 1904 was greatly reduced.
One House and lo t ................
M ississip p i.
Jackson. Miss . Nov. 4.— Mississip
pi’s ten electoral votes will go, as
usual, to the Democratic candidate.
There was no state election.
l/o u is ia n a .
Thos L Smith
120 acres in sec 19 t 1 » 3.
— W e’ ll buy your wool and mohair.
O regon E le c tr ic R a ilw a y G o ’s
derhill part of blk
H Teegarden pari of
P O R T L A N D and SA L I1M
Trains ».ill arrive and d e p o t from the temporary station. corner of
Second fit Washington streets, Hillsboro, as follows:
H 30 » . m.
8:06 a. m.
8:2« “ "
li 3 0 “ “
11:10 “ “
1 56 p . m .
4.10 p. m.
6:06 “ “
6 :3 0 ” "
6:56 “ "
7 :3 0 ” "
Passenger» from ami for Salem malt" direct connection at Garden Home
Junction with main line train?
Hillsboro Division train, atop at the
following stations: Moffat, Milkaiisi. Oren o, Cjoatama, Mortondale. St.
Mary», Beaverton, Whitford, Firloek. Garden Home Jet. Also »top at
all main line station» lietweeii Garden Home J
For further Information apply to
Newr Orleans. Nov. 4.— As usual.
Johnson d i e .............................
Louisiana Is solidly Democratic by a Bring it in.
very large majority. There was no
— The top price at Bailey’ s for your N E Her to Guy V Hay* lot 7
i blk 8 Sherwood........................
Wool and Mohair.
N E W LINE FROM
H ILLSBO RO
L C U n
1500 L E Smith et ux to Theodore
One lot 100x200 feet .........
Vandyke part of Jas Johnson
One " 100x100 “
d l c t l n 4 w. ........................
See Jaires Stephenson.
Theodore Vandyke et al to J
E R Burton
J W Fuqua et ux to
T h u rs d a y O c to b e r 2 9 , 1 9 0 8
as good as the Portland-Salem line.
Guthrie, Okla.. Nov. 4.— The seven
electoral votes o f the new state, the
first to be cast, will go to William
Jennings Bryan, who received 70,000
o f the state’s 125,000 votes.
ERONI3E, A ,r n t
2nd A Washington St»., HUIaboro, Ore.
VEO. r . NEVINS.
Traffic Mgr., Portland, Ort •