Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, July 28, 1910, Image 5

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    •• T h e
N e w ly
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
W e d * .* *
Sometimes we interpret too literally.
“ 1 want to learn to make Jelly,” said
the newly installed housewife. "Is it
hard?”
“ Oh, Lord, no, mum!” replied the
cook, with supreme pity. “ It ’s soft.”
— Judge.
S T A T E ’S PRO G RESS G REAT.
Worms
“ Case*rets are certainly fine. I gave a friend
one when the doctor was treating him for cancer
o f the stomach. TX_ next morning he passed
four pieces o f a tape worm. He then got a box
and in three days he passed a tape worm 45 feet
Ions. It was Mr. Matt Freck, o f Millersburg,
Dauphin Co.. Pa. Ia m quite a worker fo r Cl___
rets. I use them m yself and find them beneficial
for most any disease caused by Impure blood.**
Chas E. Condon. Lewiston, Pm., (M ifflin Co.)
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent Taste Good.
Do Good. Never Sicken. Weaken or Gripe.
10c. 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. The gen-
uine tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
cure or your money back.
Keisler’s Ladi)3 Tailoring College
Cutting, Fitting, Drafting, Design­
ing, Tailoring and Dressmaking taught.
Strictly up-to-date in every style and
fashion. W rite for terms.
143 1-2 Eleventh S l
Portland, Oregon
N e th & C o . “ “
1900
COLLECTORS
W c Buy and Collect Notes, M ortgages, and Real
Estate Contracts.
No Collection No Charge.
Worcester Bldg.,
Portland, Ore.
Y o u th fu l
T a s te .
"W e keep our own cow,” explained
the hostess, proudly. "So we’re sure
of our milk.”
“ W ell,” interrupted the small son of
the guest, setting down
his
cup,
"somebody's stung you with a sour
cow.” — Toledo
E n g l a n d 's L o w B ir t h R a te .
England's birth rate last year was
the lowest on record— 26.58 a thousand
of population. This is nearly 1.0 be­
low the rate for 1908, which showed a
slight increase over 1907, the first for
many years.
T h ere*« a
j
R eason.
Phyaiclan— I have told you to take
lo n g walks in the open air. and you
are not doing it.
Confirmed Dyspeptic— I know it, doc­
tor, but you told me I was to take them
on an empty stomach, and I never have
an empty stomach.— Chicago Tribune.
8un’e H e a t.
The sun will continue to give out lta
present amount of heat for thirty mil­
lion years.
The
GALL CURE
HORSE COLLARS
A re made over Curled H air Pads and
will not gall the horse. W rite us for
free sample o f the Pad. Give the name
o f your harness dealer.
Sold by beat
dealers everywhere.
W . H. McMONIES & CO.
PORTLAND, OREGON
y CO FFEEC
T E A S P IC E S
BAKINO POWDER
a EXTRACTS
JUST RIGHT
^ H n n B ra cB >
CL0SSET ft DEVERS
PORTLAND. ORE.
NOXALL
Foot Remedy
OB TENDER. A C H IN G ,
BURNING AND INFLAMED
State Engineer Lewis Says Irrigation
Work is Revelation.
Salem— A fte r traveling 1,000 miles
through Central and Souhern Oregon,
half o f the distance by automobile and
stage, State Engineer John H. Lew is
is back at the state captiol and reports
that development work and advance­
ment o f Carey act projects are a revel­
ation to him.
“ During the past few years the de­
velopment work has been remarkable,”
he asserts. “ A t Prineville they are
expecting a big rush o f settlers be­
cause o f the recent opening o f the road
land grants and prospects are bright
for a branch o f the Oregon Trunk up
Crooked river.
“ A t Laidlaw the indications piont to
a reorganization o f the Columbia
Southern project and it is probable
construction work w ill be resumed for
the purpose o f reclamation o f 30,000
acres o f valuable land.
“ Irrigation development is causing
signal activity at Bend.
In addition
to this factor, timber, railroad con­
struction and waterpower development
are all opening a great era fo r that
already prosperous community.
Lot-
that sold fo r next to nothing on the
main street o f the town ten years ago
are now going at $4,000.
Many new
houses are being erected and a great
rush o f settlers is expected.
“ Forty miles south o f Bend heavy
machinery is being assembled and con­
struction work is beginning on an irri­
gation project to water 30,000 acres.
Development work here is in charge o f
the Deschutes Land company.
The
main line o f the Oregon Trunk w ill go
directly through this project and the
Natron-Klamath line is to pass within
a few hundred feet o f the dam site in
Crescent Lake, which supplies water
for the project. La Pine is the town-
site for this development work and
there is now talk o f moving Rossland,
the old town, to La Pine so that it w ill
be on the railroad.
From L a Pine al-
reay can be heard the sound o f blast­
ing on the Natron-Klamath line, where
work is being carried on over the
mountain.
Every blast is cheerful
news to the people o f the Deschutes.
“ A t Paisley the 12,000-acre Carey
act project is being delayed because o f
conflict in water rights.
“ A t Lakeview the dam and main
canal o f a 50,000-acre private project
are nearly complete and the land under
the canal sold.
“ Perhaps o f all prospective projects
in Southern Oregon the one in Warner
Lake valley I found had the more nu­
merous interesting features.
This is
40 miles east o f Lakeview and $30,000
has already been expended in surveys
looking to the development o f 100,000
acres o f land. This valley is 80 miles
long and runs from five to 15 miles in
width, between rock bluffs 3,000 feet
high. The land here w ill be developed
by the state under the Carey act. The
company doing the work is under $7,-
000 bonds to make a complete inves­
tigation and is apparently going ahead
in good faith, notwithstanding there
are immense obstacles blocking the
path.
“ A canal o f 1,000 second-foot capac­
ity w ill have to be constructed for 15
miles along an almost vertical rock
c liff and three miles o f dikes, 40 to 50
fe e t in height, must be constructed
across a peat bog, in addition to sever­
al storage sites, long flumes and in­
verted siphons.
“ The tract, however, is very desir­
able, and lies well fo r irrigation, hav­
ing an excellent climate, and with
railroad facilities, which have been
definitely promised, may prove very
feasible to irrigate.
W asco Out o f Debt.
The Dalles— Wasco county is prac­
tically out o f debt and has $41,095 in
knocks a l l offens -
its general fund with which to meet
B EFO R E
IV E ODORS
AFTER
Price 25 cents. A t all druggist, or by mail. current expenses, according to the
semi-annual report o f the county treas­
Address
Dr. O. O. FLETCHER
Allsky Bldg., Portland, Oregon urer just published. During the past
six months it expended $23,714.70 on
roads and highways, which was its
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR I. A 5. BRAND OF
heaviest expense. Its next heaviest
Blueing
Disinfectant Spray
expense was its state tax, the half-
Ammou a
Cold Water liquid Starch
yearly payment being $12,441.18.
FEET
"Clean, 0"
Non-Boiling Wasbng Fluid
K.AM° SCH»UC al ©.
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N a m e d ic O
AB SO LU TELY CURES
DR. W HITING’S REMEDIES
MARrr.CTrRED BT
N A T IO N A L M E D IC IN E C O - LTD.
R o o m s 3 a n d A. S h e lle y B lk .
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I. A P P E N D I C I T I S R E M E D Y .
T W or if know* c u e (or Appendieltta —-*>■ n
the eld of the kaife
(lin o lum edl.fe relief
a -*T-
e perneoeet cere la a short U a a
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6. “ S P E C I A L ” R E M E D Y .
Par Wamaa . Ailwaata Temote of the Bae
ela aim Olafaetoa aldaee as* B i t « » » Tree
va
Booth-Kelly Lands Burned.
Eugene— The Booth-Kelly Lumber
company’s logged-off land above Wend-
ling is being swept by fire, which has
been burning now several days. So
far the company has been able to keep
the fire out o f the standing timber, but
the mill was forced to close down on
account o f a shortage o f logs.
New Block at Klamath Falls.
Klamath Falls— The two story build­
ing which L. F. W illis is to erect on
the lot where the Masonic hall now
stands w ill be 50x106 feet, and w ill
have two store rooms on the main floor
and office rooms on the second floor.
The entire front o f the building w ill
be o f plate glass._____
Weston Harvest Starts.
Weston— Harvesting is starting in
here. A few outfits have already begun
•ork on the lighter lands.
Crops
around the immediate vicinity o f Wes­
ton w ill be average, from all indica­
tions, and o f good quality; much bet-
i ter than last year.
th e
A n a ly s is .
“ Did jrou have the soil of your back
yard analyzed by the agricultural de­
partment?”
"Yes. They said It consisted largely
of glass, tin and putty, with traces of
E X P E C T 25 ,0 0 0 D ELEG ATES.
builder’s lime, and suggested that It
might do to raise a mortgage on.”—
Portland Plans to Entertain National Louisville Courier-Journal.
W oolgrow ers’ Convention.
R ed, W eu k , W e a ry , W a te r y Kyea.
R e lie v e d B y Slu rim - B ye R em edy.
Try
M u rin e F o r Y o u r K y o Trou bles. You W ill
L ik e M urine.
it Soothes.
50c a t Y ou r
D r u g g is ts
W r ite F a r E y e Books. F ree.
M u rin e E y e R e m e d y Co.. C hicago.
Portland— That Portland w ill reap
fu lly $2,000,000 as a result o f the N a ­
tional Wool Growers’ convention and
the National Sheep show January 4, 5,
6 and 7, 1911, is the b elief o f persons
prominently identified with commercial
activity in the city.
The National Wool Growers’ Con­
vention and Sheep Show, the first
ever held in Oregon, is expected to
bring into Portland fully 25,000 dele­
gates and persons interested in the
sheep and wool business.
Members o f the Portland Commer­
cial club and Oregon Wool Growers’
association met with George S. W alk­
er, secretary o f the National Wool
Growers’ association, and formulated
plans for the largest convention and
show ever held in the history o f the
sheep or wool industry in the United
States.
A number o f innovations are to be
introduced at the Portland
show.
Among these w ill be an exhibition of
collie and shepherd dogs, o f which the
Northwest has many breeders and fan­
ciers. This exhibition will be for both'
exhibition and “ working” animals.
The latter w ill be “ worked” as on a
sheep range for the edification o f the
visitors.
Arrangements are being made by C.
B. MinUn, secretary o f the show, for
a monster exhibition o f Angora goats
simultaneously with the sheep show.
Alw ays heretofore at the annual show
this feature has been neglected, but
a t the January show it is planned to
make this a stellar attraction.
“ The
brand o f mohair grown in Oregon ex­
ceeds that o f any part o f the United
S tates," said Mr. Minton, “ and as the
industry is much followed in Oregon,
we hope to have fully 1,000 thorough­
bred Angora goats at the exhibition.”
N ot only w ill awards be given to
prize sheep, but the fat stock and
mutton w ill have a special department
with cash awards. This is also an in­
novation.
Negotiations have been opened to
obtain the armory for the sheep show
and the convention sessions.
F R U IT IN JE O PA R D Y .
ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS.
I f there U a p i* le ft in any corner of the
Northwest we want It. W e want as much
dreesed pork as w e can poeaibly get. W e will
pay as follows for produce. W e never taka
otf commission. Ship by express:
D r e s s e d F o r k ................................
D i e s s e d V e a l .................................
F resh E g g s
L iv e C h ic k e n s —H e n s .................
S p r in g C h ic k e n s
.....................
12He
10c
26c
He
20c
Address all shipments.
F R A N K L. S M I T H M E A T C O .
" r i g h t i n g th e B e e t T r u s t ”
PORTLAND, OREGON
The trouble with luck is it is most­
ly o f the wrong kind.
Some homes always look as It the
fam ily has just moved In.
About the only vacation some peo­
ple get Is in interruptions In their
work.
H a ve your teeth out and plate and h ridge work
done. For out-of-tow n patrons w * finish plat*»
A woman Is Immensely flattered If and bridge w ork in one day I f necessary,
her husband tells her she is "broad
PRICES?
’ ’
-
Malar Crewai.... $5.00
minded.”
22k Fnfo Teeth $3.50
As soon as we get rid of one diffi­
M l Fiflnp...... $1 m
culty, we usually find anpther waiting
Enamel I (Hints. $1.00
to take its place.
M w ra w -i.,.. 50c m
Good Rabher Note $5.00
The only people who really have a
^
Best Red Rubber #
good time are those who enjoy being
Phh......... $7.50
Paadru Eilrscfces 50c
Imposed upon.
BEST M ETHODS
Occasionally you meet a man who ^ Painless E xtraction F ree when plates or bridge
dislikes to attract attention. But such w ork is ordered. Consultation Free. You cannot
g e t better painless w ork anyw here, no matter
men are extremely rare.
how much you pay.
All Work fully Guaranteed fo r fifte e n Years
There are a good many devils In the
world, according to the man who al­
ways wants to give the devil his due.
The older people get, the less regard
342} Washington St.,
they have for looks in their ’’night-
Portland, Oregon
les.’ and the more for comfort.
Women use the same expressions of Take car at depot and transfer to Washington St.
sorrow in telling of a disappointment
in a dressmaker as of a disappoint
G r e a t A c h ie v e m e n t .
ment in love.
“ And what do you regard aa th »
A man was trying to apeak of a
greatest triumph of modern surgery?”
pacifier to-day, and referred to him
“ Collecting the bill«,” promptly ra-
as “ peaceifler.”
Why isn’t “ peace!- ■ponded the great practitioner.— Lou­
tier” a good word?
don Spare Moments.
Dr. B. E. Wright
Dr. B. E. Wright Co«
Mothers win find Mrs. Winslow's Southing
Syrup tue best rem edy to nso for th e ir ch ildren
during the teething period.
S t ill C h e a p e r .
"Isn’t it cheaper to move than to
pay rent?” 1 Inquired of the young
married man.
“ I suppose It is,” he replied with a
settled air, “ but my plan is cheaper
than either; I live with my father-ln-
law.”
________________ _
H in t at th e R e a so n .
"The patient is much better today,
nurse.”
"Yes, doctor. You remember you
May
didn’t call yesterday ”
Decision in Peacock Mills Case
Stop Water.
W alla W alla— Attorney C. M. Rader
o f W alla W alla, discussing the decis­
ion o f Judge Bean at Pendelton, in the
famous Peacock Mills water case, said
that several hundred acres o f land
now irrigated in the Milton-Freewater
section, w ill be deprived o f water un­
less the decision is overruled by the
Supreme court of Oregon. The case
has been in the courts fo r five years,
and involves a water right arrange­
ment in which priority in water right
acquisition enables a holder to deprive
a more recent securer o f a «yater right
o f his water in times o f drouth.
P O R T L A N D M A R K E TS .
W h eat— Bluestem, 88090c; club,
83(7/ 84c; red Russian, 81c; valley, 86c.
Barley— Feed and brewing, $20022
per ton.
Hay— Track prices: Timothy, W il­
lamette valley, $18(i219 per ton; East­
ern Oregon, $20022; alfalfa, new, $13
@14.
Com— Whole, $32; cracked, $33 per
ton.
Oats— No. 1 white, $26@27.50 ton.
Butter— City creamery, extras, 31c
per pound; fancy outside creamery, 30
@31c; store, 23c; butter fat, 31c.
Eggs — Oregon candled, 2 6 X 0 27c
per dozen; Eastern, 24025X c.
Poultry — Hens, 18@19c; springs,
20c; ducks, 15c; geese, 1 0 @ llc ; tur­
keys, live, 180720c; dressed, 2 2 X 0
25c; squabs, $3 per dozen.
Pork— Fancy, 12X@13c per pound.
Veal— Fancy, 1 2 @ 1 2 X c per pound.
Green Fru it«— Apples, new, $1,260
2.25 per box; Lambert cherries, 12Xc
per pound; apricots, 5Oc0$l per box;
plums. 50c @ $1.25; peaches, 50c @
$1.25;
Loganberries, $1@1.60
per
crate; blackberries, $1.50@2 per box;
watermelons, H *c per pound; canta­
loupes, $3.50@4.25 per crate.
Vegetables— Artichokes, 60@75c per
dozen; beans, 306c per pound; cab­
bage, 2 X @ 2 X C per pound; cauliflow­
er, $1.50 per dozen; celery, 90c; cu­
cumbers, 50c per box; egg plant, 12 X c
per pound; green onions, 15c per doz­
en; peas, 5c per pound; peppers, 10@
12J^c; radishes, 16@20c per dozen;
carrots, $101.25 per sack; beet»,
$1.50; parsnips, $1@1.25; turnips, $1.
Potatoes— Old Oregon, 75cftj$l per
hundred; new, 1 X C per pound.
Onion«— Walla Walla, $2.50 per
sack; Hood River, $2.25.
Cattle— B eef steers, good to choice,
$5.2005.60; fa ir to medium, $4,250
4.76; cows and heifers, good to choice,
$4.2506.10: fair to medium, $3.50614;
bulla, $31(13.75; stag«, $3.50*74.50;
calvea,
light,
$5.7606.76; heavy,
$3.5006.
•
Hogs— Top, $10010.25; fa ir to me­
dium, $8.6009.75.
Sheep— Beat wether«, $3.7604; fair
to good, $308.60; best ewes, $303.50;
lambs, choice, $5.5006; fair, $4,760
6.25.
Say!
Where’s that P ig ?
Not
P a r tic u la r ly
Im p re s s e d .
Mr. Upsome—You had a good time
seeing the Riviera while you were
abroad, I presume.
Mr. Struckett-Rltch— Er— yea, but
one performance waa enough for me.
I ’ve seen It played lota better right
here In Cincinnati.— Chicago Tribune.
8am« Old Kind.
Rugglea— Have you a fireless cooker
In your kitchen?
Raggles— Yes, but It’s fireless be­
cause I can’t afford to buy fuel for It
any more.
Batter Than Usual.
Snodgrass— Did you have good luck
on your last hunting trip?
Nymrodd— Better than usual; I waa
ahot at only four times and hit only
twice.
IT C H
C A N
B E C U R E D
in a short time by using
PLUM M ER S ITC H
REMEDY
In 50-c.nt can. only.
Addraoa
PLUMMER DRUG COMPANY
Third and Madison
Portland, Or.
ASTHMA AND H A Y
EEVER
are qu ckly relieved by Wyatt’s Asthma
Remedy. Guaranteed or money refund­
ed.
Ask your druggist or send six
cents postage for Free Sample to
J. C. WYATT, Druggist.
VANCOUVER,
WASHINGTON.
PACIFIC EMPLOYMENT CO.
of Portland. Oregon
FURNISHES HELP FREE
TO EMPIOYCRS
Main office, 12 North Second St. Main «HO; A 1406
Ladies I)«*pt, 206Vk Morrison St. Mal
ain 1082; A 2064
Phone or wire ordere at our ex pensa.
EXCLUSIVE
OPTICIAN
First class work at
reasonable prices.
Free examination«
snd perfectly fitted
arises«** as low as
$ 2.00
DR. C. L. H A Y N E S
No faking methods.
Suite 427, Marquam Building
Fourth Floor
Opposite Portland Hotel. Portland Ore.
A TR IP TO PORTLAND FREE
CUT RATES IN
PAINLESS DENTISTS?
The process o f digestion
and assimilation depends
entirely upon the condition
o f the stomach. I f yours is
weak take a short course of
the Bitters.
It prevents
In d ig e s tio n , D ysp e p sia ,
tram ps and Diarrhoea.
P a in less (e x t r a c t io n ....... Frss
*
S ilver H illin g s ..................... SOe
Gold F illin gs .......................K
fc&a 22 K Gold C r o w n s .................$3
P o rce lcln C r o w n s ............ |3
/
M ola r Gold C row n s ...............$4
7
Hridge W o r k , 71 K. G o ld . . . .$3
f
In la y F ills, Pure G o l d ....... t2
V ery N ice Rubber Plate.
.$4
Beet Rubber P la te on K a r t h ........ ........................M-
A L L T H IS W O R K 19 G U A R A N T E E D .
D o n 't throw your m oney aw ny. A d o lla r saved
Is t w odol la rs earned. O u r o rig in a l re lia b le M odern
Painless M ethod* a d o u r p e r fe c te d r d ice eq u ip ­
m ent s a v «* us tim e and yo u r money.
•OS1 ON DENTISTS. 5th % M o r n ie s , Po rtlan d
Catrasee 29ff 3 Mm iion. opposite P<*toffier askl Meier 4
Frsnk. EitsNifihed in Portland 10 yesr*. Open «reninf«-
smil 3 and Su >.<!**• until 12:10. for people who work.
A NUIT.
M W 18
THE
BE8T
C. Gee Wo
o f the r «»r to hsvs
/oar to*Ui pot sad
p i o t o s n d hridm
work done. Wo root-
Tiie Chinese Doctor
This wondaful man h u
m ,iie ■ life «tudy o f t h .
I’r'H i-rU a o f Root a.
H rrlm .m l Rarka, and
I. fir in g th . world t h .
boi.elU o f hta aorvlc«».
| N o M .rru ry. P o l.on a
J or D ru g, lived. No
, O peration , o r fa l l i n g
Guarani.-., to c u r . fk tarrh . Aathma. Long,
Stornarli and Kid re v trnuhfea, anti all 1 'rtvM .
aae rsm e sa su a
a c a r HITMOoe
Pataleas t ii r n e in Frse when »let -m or brida. werk
te oT'lefed. (• ny».ited-.aPree. T o « eeeareaMbattet
m i• lew e ir k a a , where. Be mkMkr how s>Weh ree ye,.
A ll werk fully f u a raa t aad for n / lM S y e a n .
W is e D e n ta l C o.
IN C O R P O R A T I»
Painless Dentists
OikooM'i* o f I I n a u d W a n w n .
A SUR»; CANCER CURE
Juki r w .i V«d from P.kln , China aafa. «U r .
and r.llabia. U. O ilin g In Ita work..
I f TOO cannot rail, writ# fo r aymptom
ami circular. Incloa. 4 canta 1
CC (SOI I A I ION m e
The
C. Gee Wo Medicine Co.
neat SC. car. Maertoo., Part load. O r.
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