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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View This Issue
Sherman j p a j & Co.
ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS
SIXTH, AT MORRISON ST., PORTLAND, OR.
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We want you to try this Piano /.V YOUR
| HOME FREE. W e want you to try it at
! our expense because—
A t the end o f thirty days the Piano
I ITSELF will convince you o f the follow ing
It’ s the best value on earth for the price
’ 4 We know there is so much real value in
this Wellington Piano— w e’re selling for $275— on easy payments—that
w e’ re willing to let it be IT'S OW N SALESMAN.
It will tell i f s own story to you—in your home— if you’ ll send us the
Please senu me tull particulars concerning this unusual Piano otter.
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND
PROGRESS OF OUR HOME STATE
SPIDERS DAM AGE HOPS.
Loug-Continued Drouth Helps Cut Down Consul Miller R ecom m ends Pears Be
P laced on Par With Apples.
Salem—Standing between two arils,
a record-breaking Drouth in the Wil
lamette Valley and an unpreeenented
scourge of the red spider, the hop crop
of the State of Oregon has suffered
immensely the past week or ten days,
and the yield, conservatively estimated
from the standpoint of both the “ bulls
and bears,’ ’ will fall approximately
5000 bales below that of last year. The
yield of last year was about 84,000
bales, and the latest estimate for this
season ranges between 82,000 and 100,-
The market has taken on a consider
able stimulus as a result of the effects
of the weather and increased ravages
of the vermin within the past week, in
consequence of which the growers begun
to assume a decidedly optimistic atti
tude, and little trading in futures is
the result. Thus far there has been no
remedy presented to combat success
fully tho ravages of the red spider
GREAT WHITE PLAGUE ELEES scourge, which is gaining impetus with
Before New Medical Discovery each succeeding year, and unless there
is a visitation of a good drenching rain
L ife is the most precious of all human possessions. If your life were in danger would you not
within the next few days (the only
investigate an offer to preserve it? That’s all we ask. W e will prove to you that we can cure tuber
culosis, or consumption, even in an advanced stage, after the doctors have given up hope, and that we thing
that will check the destructive
can cure it easily, unfailingly, and in your own home, without inconvenience or suffer.ng to yourself. | w o r |-
of the spider), the loss to the
Call or write.
3 0 8 & 3 0 9 Crary Building, Seattle, W a sh .. Northern Division Tuberclecide Co. !
growers cannot be estimated.
Much complaint was received from
the brewers on account of the laxity or
apparent indifference on the part of the
growers last season in respect to the
harvesting of their crops, as a result
of which the Oregon crop, which ordi
narily brings the top price in both the
Eastern and the English markets, suf
fered a severe slump in the quotations,
and a serious setback in demand. The
early deliveries were such an inferior
grade in point of picking that brewers
TENTH AND MORRISON, PONTLANO, OREGON
refused to bid upon the offerings, and
paid the greater price for the California
A . P. A R M S T R O N G . L L . B . , P R I N C I P A L
and North Yakima crops.
Ours is adm ittedly the high-standard commercial
Oregon dealers in general have re
school o f the Northw est. Teachers having both
eeived warnings upon this score from
business and professional experience qualify stu
the Eastern factors, cautioning the
dents for success, by individual instruction if
growers to be more circumspect in the
desired, in a short time and a t small expense.
matter of picking, else the Oregon hop,
Position for each as soon as competent. Open all
which has heretofore commanded the
the year. Catalogue, business form s and pen-
work free. W rite today — there is m oney in it.
highest price in the market, both do
mestie and foreign, stands in danger of
losing its prestige.
IN C U R A B LE C U R ED
Corns, Chilblains, Burning, Aching,
Tender, Inflamed and Stinking Feet.
; Price 25 cents.
All druggists or by
Guaranteed, recommended and
sold by Dr. O liver Fletcher, Foot Spe
cialist, Portland, Oregon.
Neth & Co. Established
i l ( I D I MET When Your Eye»
• m U n l R C
EYE R EM ED Y
win uk. it
Liquid Form, 25c, 50c. Salve Tuba«, 25c, (I.OO l
M im ic .
"A fter all,” said HI Tragedy, sol
emnly, "death Is the star tragedian.”
“ I don't know,” replied Low e Com
edy; ” 1 always think o f him as a low
com edian— a m ere
he’s always taking some one off.”
S h a k e In to T o u r S h o es
A lim 's Foot-Ease, a powder fo r the feet. It curaa
pain fu l swollen, stnarting. sw eating feet. Makes
new shoes easy. Sold by all Druffjrista and Shoe
Stores. Don’ t accept any substitute.
- - Le Roy,
F R E E . Addr
Dawn of a Scheme.
“ They say the tall of that com et Is
com posed of gas.”
“ And 4.000,000 miles long."
“ W ell?”
“ I wonder If we couldn’t rig up some
Hind o f a suction engine and tap It?”
The Elevator Man’s Joke.
H obbs— I guess the elevator Is out
o f order. What Is that sign on the
Dobbs— The elevator man must be
,a bit o f a wag. It says: “ Please par
don me for not rising.”
Tents, Awnings, Sails
Cat». Hammock;. Castas aa4 Caven
1 or l.onn at factory prices.
PACirtC TINT AND AWNING CO.
27 N . First St., Portland, Or.
REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING;
25c. FULL POUND
AS* roti» Gioca
foi i . a i
D siaicctul Spray
Caïd Water Liquid Starci
“Ou* O ’
Nnn-Beilmq Wasirng F «id
I K .A N D S - CMEMlc^ (p.
P h r a ( a - j w r t m
a c is t s '
a m a m y t c uu , > J
P b o o e M ain 1 1 3
401 Kaa SL
V ucmtct . fiuimSm
Portland— ‘ ‘ Europe is clam oring for
Oregon pears,” writes H. B. Miller,
Am erican consul at Belfast, Ireland,
in a recent letter to C. C. Chapman,
manager o f the promotion bureau o f
the commercial club, and he follow s
this with the advice that pears as well
as apples be exhibited at the forth
com ing Portland Apple show.
Mr. M iller presents such sound argu
ments for this action and points out so
plainly the benefits that are likely to
result front it that the com m ercial club
w ill earnesly consider the proposition
with the view o f having both fruits ex
“ I was form erly a fruitgrow er in
the Rogue R iver v alley ,” w rites Mr,
Miller, “ and am now planting quite a
large orchurd near Sheridan, Or., and
am therefore immensely
in this movement.
“ Two values are to be derived by
placing pears on a parity with apples
in your show— one is the inspiration
fo r the grow ing o f larger and better
fru it and the other is the advertising
it w ill give the pear-grow ing industry.
I am convinced that the Oregon pear
has as great a future as the Oregon
apple. It requires great attention to
encourage and cultivate it.
needs labor and attention to encourge
FIRST W HEAT SALE MADE.
Average o f 81 Cents Paid fo r 10 ,000
Bushels at Pendleton.
Pendleton— Though grain grow ers in
this vicintiy have been loth to sell
their holdings at existing prices, one
important deal was made Saturday.
E. W . McComas is said to have secured
two or three small lots o f 40-fold
wheat, totaling about 10,000 bushels.
It is understood that the average price
was about 81 cents. The regular quo
tations for club and bluestem are 75
and 85 cents.
Mr. McComas has been the local rep
RABIES IN Q U IR Y BEGINS.
resentative o f the Northwestern W are
house company for a number o f years,
State Health Board Rushes Phyisican to but is now buying
Most o f the wheat bought by him íb to
W allowa County.
Portland— To make an investigation be shipped to California for milling
of the epidemic of rabies which has purposes. The rest w ill probably be
spread over a portion of Wallowa Ooun turned over to the Byers M illing com
ty, Dr. W. H. Lytle, state veterinarian pany, o f this city.
left for that section as the representa
tive of the state board of health.
C od e T w o-S h ird s Printed.
We Buy and Collect Notes, Mortgages, and Ram
Dr. Lytle will procure the brains and
Salem — More than two-thirds o f the
No Collection No Charge. spinal cord of the dog that is reported
to have the rabies, and will bring the work on the new Lord code has been
completed by State Printer W. S. Dun-
specimens here for examination.
“ I do not take much stock in the iway. Two thousand pages have now
rumors that these animals are afflicted been on the press, and there are 3,000
» K e e l e v liquor - morphine - tobacco
with the rabies,” said Dr. C. S. White, pages in all, including the index.
» ■»fTJre HABITS PERMANENTLY CURED
— rOR FULL PARTICULARS —«
o f the board. “ Hydrophobia in any
form is scarcely known west of the
PO RTLAN D M ARK ETS.
Rocky Mountains. There have been re
ports of this disease in the past, but
W heat— Bluestem, 95(3 96c; club, 86
upon investigation the rumors have
“ Young man,” said the home-grown been found incorrect. However, we in (it.88c; red Russian, 84(o,85c; valley,
philosopher, "It Is always best to be- tend to investigate the situation in 92c; 40-fold, 87(o 88c; Turkey red, 90c.
Hay— Track p rices: Tim othy, W il
Wallowa County and ascertain the facts
iln at the beginning.”
lamette valley, $18(3)19 per ton; East
“ No, if you want to go up a river, at once.”
Coyotes afflicted with rabies in Wal ern Oregon, $20(11*22; alfalfa, new,
It Isn’t.” answered the wise youth.
lowa County have created pandemonium $13(3 15; grain hay, $15.
in the neighborhood of Bly, on the state
Barley— Whole, i.$23; cracked,
line, for some time, according to infor ton.
mation that reached the office of Dr.
Oats— No. 1 white, $31@33 ton.
White. Covotes have bitten domestic
Green Fruits — Apples, new, 50c(3)
animals, anil a dog on
$1.50 per b ox; apricots, $1(311.26;
P O R T L A N D . OREGON
»■stilt that the
J Iowa County with th
plums, 76c(3'$l; [»ears, $1.25(3'1.75;
Send your boy where he will
animals have develop
have (rood, strong training. Fall
cow that Was pez.hes, 40(n76c; grapes, 75c(3$1.75;
toms of hydrophobia,
term opens September 14th 1910.
ten perform ’»1 blackberries $1.75 per crate; loganber
reported to have bee
W rite for catalogue.
ace and ended ries. $1.50; watermelons, 90c(/i;$l.L5
sundry antics about
its gyrations by try 1 o butt down a per hundred; cantaloupes, $1.50(/£3
WASHIMWTENTlf STS., PORTLAND
O REG O N HAS O P P O R T U N IT Y .
H HILL MILITARY
S M IT H W I L L P A Y Y O U
10c for Dressed Veal.
12Vfcc for Dressed Pork.
I 6 c for Live Hens.
16c lor Live »Spring Chicken*.
2 5 c per dozen for Fresh Egg*
Sm ith never charge» commission.
A L L your money w hen you ship to Smith.
You don't divide with the middleman. Ad
dress all shipments
F R A N K L. S M I T H M E A T C O .
"F ig h tin g : th e B e e f T r u s t "
Dr. B. E. Wright
Have your teeth out and plate and bridge work
done. For out-of-town patrons we finish plat»
and bridge work in one day d necessary.
K«'irCr.wa> .. $5.00
~ *221Fr4w T m A $3.50
CMFiHw....... S I *
E mm , r&K>... $1.00
Cwd liU . Plain $5.00
Eest Red Rubber
Paatas Extraction SOc
BEST M E T H O D S
Painless Extraction Free when plates or bridflf»
work is ordered. Consultation Free. You cannot
et better painless work anywhere, no matter
ow much you pay.
All Work fully Guaranteed for fifteen Years
D r . B . E. W r ig h t C o .
W ash n j l o n
S t .,
Tmkp car at depot and transfer to Washington St.
M O tV .tR !) E. Hl'KTHl, - Auaver an.t chemist.
* ■ Leadville. Colont.lt . Bpsc 1
Silver. Lead. M. lloM . Silver, 7.V. Oold S0n; Zina
or l»o|>p.r, tl M illion envelope# and full prii-n liaa
font on aoi'lloatlon. Control and Cmplre work aa-
lloitad. Befervuce: Carbonata National Bank.
“There Is no satisfying my b u »
"H ow ’s thatt”
“ W hen we boarded he Insisted that
we should keep house, and after wa
bad kept house and before I had pro-
pared a half a dozen meals he decided
that It would be better to board.”
IF YOU OVERLOAD
you can expect to suffer, be
cause the other organs are
also affected, and the whole
system of digestion and assim
ilation is blocked. You can
eat heartily and without fear
of distress if you will begin
your meals with a dose of
Hostetler's Stomach Bitters.
It regulates the appetite, aids
digestion and prevents Gas on
Stomach, Heartburn, Belching,
In d ig e s t io n , Cramps, Diar
rhoea and Malaria, Fever and
Ague. Try it today.
M EDICAL II
H ig h S ta n d a r d
of I t
(UHiviaiirv m oawoMi
T h orou gh C o u rse»
(U~uilon bririna Sept. 12. lull).
For catalogue arf-
U r. S . E. J o s e p h l,
• 10 D e k u m B ldg., P ortland. O ra gon
NORMAL COLLEGE OF MUSIC
Vegetables — Beans, 3(35c pound; /*- M. Parvln. Mua. Doc., Director Author ami
SALMON RUN i . i l .INO OFF.
cabbage, 2 V " 2c ; cauliflower, $1.60 Teacher o f Voice CJulfura, .Singing, l iana. H ar
Student* prcj irad aa
per dozen; celery, 90c; corn, 25c; cu mony, Counterpoint
will l*, n bout
Packers Fear They Will Lose Money on cumbers, 50c per b ox; eg g plant, 8(3} teacher« and artieta. Next
Trains for success in the Industries.
10c per pound; green onions, 15c per Fourth St., Portland. Oregon.
Provides practical and liberal educa
tion. Strong Faculty. Modern Equip
Astoria— While the catch of salmon dozen; peppers, 50c per box; radishes,
Offers courses in Agriculture, was slightly better following the 24- 15(320c per dozen; tom atoes, 40(360c I
Forestry, Domestic Science and A rt. hour closed season, it war far from be per box; carrots, $1(3(12.5 p e r ’ sack; | USE DR. PLUMMERS TOUGH S U M
Engineering, Commerce and Pharmacy. ing satisfactory. The «almon caught
It is a sure stopper, promptly re- ** •v-Jc:
beets, $1.60; parsnips, $1(3)1.26; tur
lieves Bronchitis, whooping Cough,
average very small. whi!»‘ at this season nips, $1.
Fall Term Opens Sept. 23, 1910.
Cough Croup, and especially those
of the year large fbh should be coming
Potatoes— N ew ,
harsh, hacking coughs, also m ost
Illustrated literature, giving full in in. The pack of both pickled ami hundred.
useful for lung diseases.
Tanned salmon is rapidly dropping be
formation, sent free on application.
Onions— W alla W alla, $2.50 per
by all dealers; 25c a bottle.
Address the Registrar, Corvallis, Ore. hind, and the question of filling their sack; Oregon, $2(32.25.
Chinese contracts is beginning to bother
Butter— City cream ery, solid pack,
some o f the eanners. Last season one
of the local canning companies had a 34c per pound; butter fat, 34c; coun
Chinese contract for putting up 40,000 try store butter, 24c.
cases, but it packed only 32,000 cases,
E g g »— Oregon candled, 28(3 29c per
o f the roar to ha
yonr teeth I oat tn l and was thus compelled to pay out a dozen.
p l a t e an ad bridge
work d o n . e .________
Foroot- net loss o f over #4000. This year its
Poultry — Hens, 18c per pound; I
of-towa patrona wa Chinese contract is for 32.flOO cases, and
springs, 18c; ducks, 15c(3 17e; turkeys, j
finish p i a t a a n d
S A N IN O P O W D E R
brida» work In or-a up to a few days ago it bad packed
live, 20c; dressed, 22(325c; squabs, j
day if neoeaaary.
• tX T R A C T S
only about 20,000 cases.
Fa ir oat
$3 per dozen.
J U S f RIGHT
Hour Crown« $ 5 0 0
Next year practical!;- all the Colum
Pork— Fancy, 13c per pound.
22kBrklftTMtk3.£0 bia River plants will be using the new
V eal— Fancy, 12(313c per pound.
1 .0 0
CLOSSET A DEVL
seamless, or what are termed sanitary,
Catte— B eef steers, good to choice,
EntMifiin.f* 1.00 cans. This will result in eliminating
s p rillin o
the Chinese contracts to a great extent, $6.50(3 5.75 fair to medium, $4.50(366;
and more white labor will be employed cows, and heifers, good to choice,
5 .0 0
$4.49(34.76; fair to medium, $3.60(3 ATRIP TO PORTLAND FREE
in the plants.
7 .5 0
4.16; bulls. «3(33.75; stags, $2.50(3 I
CUT RATES IN
I 'n l M Lrtf'tlM . 5 0
ML v. k. mu, I
Cutters Patrol Race Course.
Palm ee» Extraction Fr*-e when plot •• o r bridfl» work
he ivy, $3.50(3 5.
Extraction . . . . Pré«
b o r d e r e d . C o n m lta tio a F re e . Y ou rant ot »et better
•fiver P U lin g a ...................... y»c
Hogs— Top, $10(310.25; fair to m e
palnleee worn anywhere, no m atter how m orh yoe pay. customs, wss notified by the department
OoUJ F illin g « .............................7Se
A l l w o r k f u ll y r a a r a i i t e n l f o r f lft r
o f commerce and labor that the depart dium, $8.603/9.76.
M K. Gold C r o w » « ................
ment had taken official knowledge o f
Porcelain C r o w n « ...................f t
Sheep — Best Mt. Adams wethers, '
M olar Gold C ro w n »................. ##
the course lnid ont for the speed races $4 25(3 4.35; best valley wethers, $3.76!
W o rk . 12 K 0 » l l . . . . f *
IN C O W P O W A T C O
to be held daring the regatta on Angnst (3 4 ; fair to good ewes, $3.503/3.75;
Inlay Pill«. Pure Gold . . . . . B
P a in le s s D e n tista
V »r y H ie« R u k H r P lat». . . . S i
29. 30 and 31. and had reqnested the lambs, choice ML Adame, «6.90 /3 6;
B »»t Rubber F la t« on E a rth ........ ................
tHMtaq. Third 1 WMh.nqtM. P M T IM O , OUT B e
treasury department to detail eufters to I choice valley, $5.50(35.75.
A L L THIS W O R K IS O U AR AN TK K D .
patrol the course.
“ w* * - A A o lW aavad
Five o f the fastest motor eraft on the
P N U
N o . S 4 -M 0
roast have nlrsedv entered for tbs race. •n* '-
Thev are: Meettl's Spirit, Pacer No. 2.
W ool- Eastern Oregon, 13/3 17c per
r l l l> | to a d r i r t l M n . 1 . . . .
W olff No. 2, Fighting Bob No. 2, and pound; valley, 86(12«; mohair, cholee, Imr aocc 291 ‘•Y Morrleon. U fid li Pwoofla« «M Meter «
f W " 1- " '
Bonderworth, ths latter being a steamer. 32/S33C.
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