The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, March 01, 1916, Image 3

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    1916 Catalog
-S E E D S —
OYSTER SH ELLS
i
Plants, Bulbs,
Garden, O rchard
and Poultry
Supplies,
Fertilizers, Etc.
“T h e B e s t o n th e M a rk e t.”
N ot T he C heap
P e r IO O P o u n d s,
P e r 5 0 0 P o u n d s,
A reliable Western Catalog
j tor W e s t e r n b u y e r s . OUR
_
‘‘H i g h e s t Q u a l it y ” S t o c k s
d ir e c t to b u y e rs o n ly -.-n o
F re e .
R0UTLE06E SEE0&. FLORAL CO.
1 5 9 - 1 7 1 2 n d S t.
PORTLAND. OREGON
STUDY MUSIC EASIEST WAY
Ol'R SCIENTIFIC HOME STl'DY METHOD
^
B rin g s q u ick re su lts. Success g u a r a n ­
teed . C o sts less th a n h a lf o f oral in s tr u c ­
tion.
Piano. Organ. Violin. Banjo.
M andolin. Guitar and Cornet
taught.
W rite today fo r C atalog an d 4 fre e lessons.
American School of Music.
! 500 Common*eallh Bldg .
PORTLAND. OREGON
¡PORTLAND Y. M. C. A.
I will fit an y am bitious y o u n g M an o r Worn-
i an fo r h ig h -class position in
' Bookkeeping. Stenography, Salesmanship
| To men th is includes v alu ab le a th le tic .
| aq u atic and m em b ersh ip g riv ileg es. a l­
th o u g h tu itio n co st is less th a n e lsew h ere.
J
V aluable courses can also be had in
f G ra m m a r g ra d e and College P re p a ra to ry
| S u b je c ts W RITE FUR CATALOG.
T71T
T ' k a S50-000 C o rp o ra ­
ls
|
f —'
lio n d e sire s to se c u re
JL J X J J .
w ith in n e x t te n days
----------------- th e s e rv ic e s o f H ig h
irade R e p re s e n ta tiv e in each tow n. N o
T nvassing, so licitin g o r se llin g ; r e fe r-
ces; e x p e rie n c e u n n e c e s sa ry . G u a ra n -
ed incom e to r ig h t p a r ty
D e p t. 8, 62®
itto c k Block. P o rtla n d . O regon.
A g e n t for
L
-
F. O . B. P o rtla n d .
Dr.
Sn o o tra l.
‘W h at is D ubkins. anyhow , pro-ally
pro-G erm an?" ask ed H ickenlooper.
‘Oh, D ubkins is a sn o o tra l,” s a i d ,
Ifkins.
‘S n o o tra l? You m ean n e u tra l, do n ’t
?”
‘No," said B lifkins, “ I m ean snoot |
K achin vom cn o r B u r m a
D ubkins sp en d s h is tim e tu rn in g
his nose a t both sid e s.”—New York his B uddhist faith th a t gives B urm a relig io n s has n ot been able to d estro y
jes.
its c h a ra c te ristic s and its charm . Out th e n o te of m e rrim e n t an d p rac tica l
|
of th e tw elve m illion in h a b ita n ts of good ch e er th a t one feels in Burm a.
S y s te m W ro n g .
T h e re is no such look of sa d n ess and
’av e rley —C hinese b rid es n ev e r see B urm a, te n m illion are Burm ese. T he
B urm ese is one of th e p roudest, m ost m y stery on th e faces of th e crow d
ir h u sb a n d s u n til th e d ay of th e
| indolent an d self-satisfied rac es on th a t one sees In In d ia, b u t ra th e r a
ding.
a rc e lla —It is vastly d iffe re n t in earth . T he ru d e jo stle of th e se o th e r c e rta in sle ek n e ss an d sa tisfac tio n
peoples who a re elbow ing th e ir way w ith th e good th in g s of life.
country.
W e w ere im p ressed , as all tra v e le rs
into his country, com peting w ith him
?es, indeed.”
n th is co u n try th e g irls see toq | in business, acq u irin g h is land, even are , by th e c o n tra s t in th e position
;h of the m en before m a rria g e and ; questioning th e su p rem acy of h is re ­ of w om en in B u rm a w ith th a t of In
little of them a fte rw a rd .”
ligion, is giving a h a rsh jo lt to m any dian women. W om en go and come
ideas th a t have held placid sw ay In freely In th e stre e t, a3 th ey do with
th e B urm ese m ind. T h e aw ak en in g us. T h ey a re n o t m a rried so young.
is painful, b ut p a rt of th e ste rn k in d ­ T h ey en g ag e in business, h av e prop­
n
ess of P rovidence to a people grow n e rty rig h ts, an d seem alto g eth er the
and
favored
w om en am ong O rientals.
in e rt th ro u g h isolation.
FEDERAL TIRES AND TUBES
T hey h av e achieved a pictu resq u e and
Free Tire Service.
N o L o n g e r Isolated.
co m fo rtab le costum e, too, so sim ilar
"TH E HOUSE OF SERVTCE. ”
T h ere Is su rely n o th in g iso lated to th a t of m en th a t a t first glance
OTOR CAR S U P P L Y CO., In c .
about B urm a today. T h e C hinese a re th e re is little difference. Both sexes
ro a d w a y N o .
P o r tla n d , Or*.
pouring in from th e N orth.
It is w ea r th e stra ig h t, n arro w s k irts of
e stim a te d th a t if th e im m ig ratio n con­ gay-colored silk to be sure, b ut th e
tin u e s th e re will be a m illion C hinese m an 's sk irt, b ro u g h t snugly around
who w ill be living in B urm a w ith in th e hips, h as its fullness so tu ck ed In
C. Gee Wo
th
e n ex t fifteen y ears. T h ese C hinese a t th e w aist as to cascad e in a lordly
SacetM fal Home
tra
d e rs, m e rc h a n ts an d fa rm e rs In ter­ rip p le down th e fro n t. It is an am us­
Remedies
m a rry w ith th e B urm ese, and form a ing sig h t to see a y o u n g ster of six
Hia mice*««fn1 h erb­
stro n g an d sta b le elem e n t in th e popu­ try in g to w ear his tin y s k irt so th a t
al rem edies cure all
kinds o f ailm ents of
lation. T h e B engali, T am il an d T eiu ­ It p ro jects in fro n t a t th e v ery angle
men and women w ith-
gu lm m ig ra rts a re m ore alien , le ss affected by his dandified young uncle.
out operation.
us**j
from the w onderful
readily, ab so rb ed an d Intro d u ce com ­ T he w om an’s sk irt, equally narrow
___________
Chinese herbs, roots.
plicated problem s, social and religious. and equally b rig h t, is tucked firmly
ds and vegetable*, w hich are unknow n to
le mod cal science o f this country
In R angoon th e re a re a lre ad y alm o st about th e w aist w ith th e fullness fold­
rite for blank and circulars.
Send stam p
as m any Indian H indus as B urm ese ed over so as to lie In a flat p la it a t
-N SU L T A T IO N FR EE. A ddress
left side.
e C. Gre Wo Chinese Medicine Co. B uddhists. T h ese poor Indian coolie* th e Below
th e s s gay s k irts tw in k le b are
b rin g w ith th e m th e ir idolatry, th e ir
ISIH Fire! St.. Portland. Ora.
M ention Paper
c a ste m a rk s, th e ir H indu festiv als; feet, th e skin ab o u t th e color of w arm
and B uddhism finds itse lf once m ore old ivory. Above th em th e body Is
face to face at close q u a rte rs w ith th e covered by a sho^t Jack et of w hite co t­
Hinduism from w hich It sprang. ton. T h e woman ad d s a th in floating
Which faith will more stro n g ly Influ­ sc arf and a posy in h e r h air. A crow d
ence the other only the future can dis­ of B urm ese m en an d women Id q uite
’ HEN » r iting ta advertisers. pia
close.
th e b rig h te st and m ost engaging color-
tir a tkia paprv.
▲t present the outstanding feature feast of the OrlenL
Thompson's
RAW FURS
WANTED.
S kunk , R accoon ,
M U S K R A T, OTTER, ETC
B e t t e r P r ic e s ;
Q u ic k R e t u r n s
SKIP TO
H. LIEBES & CO.
F e lt
R e a so n a b ly
A p p re c ia tin g
a
M a n u fa c tu rin g F u r rie rs .
E s t. 62 Y ears.
Safe.
A young m an dropped in to a sta te
of com a and it w as s e v e r a l d ay s b e­
fore he fully recovered. L ater h e spoke
of his ex p erien ce ’.vith a p arty of his
frien d s.
"O h. y es,” th e young m an said, in
resp o n se to a question, "I knew all
th e tim e w hat w as going on. and 1
also knew th a t I w asn ’t dead, because
m y feet w ere cold and I w as hu n g ry ."
"I see." th o u g h tfu lly said one of his
frien d s, “b ut how did th a t m ake you
th in k you w ere still aliv e?”
"W ell," an sw ered th e young m an,
"I knew th a t if I w ere in heav en I
w o u ld n 't be hu n g ry , and th a t if I w ere
an y w h e re else my feet w o u ld n 't be
cold. — P h ilad elp h ia T elegraph.
P h ilo so p h e r.
T h a c k e ra y 's d isco m fo rts d u rin g his
sta y in th e U nited S tate s, on w hich he
dw ells in his le tte rs to Mrs. B rook­
field. w as allev iate d by som e a m u s­
ing incidents.
A fter his re tu rn he told C arlyle th a t
on one of his jo u rn ey s th e tra in sto p ­
ped a t Concord. "T h en ," said T h ac k ­
e ra y , "one of th e tw o silen t Y ankees
o p p o site m e said. ‘Mr. E m erso n I hear,
lives in th is tow n.’
“ ‘Y a-as,’ w as th e d raw lin g re jo in d ­
er, ‘and I u n d e rsta n d th a t, in sp ite of
h is q u eer n o tio n s, he is a m an of con-
sid-er-able p ro p ’ty .’ ”— London C h ro n ­
icle.
r Sale-New Farm Tractoi
A n y t h in g P o s s ib le T h e se D a ys.
c
is b o th a rem edy fo r w eak, inflam ed
eyes a n d an ideal eye w ash. Keep
>our eyes well and they will help keep you.
*)£/% *1 *11 Dniigtsls or sen! by
Mail upon receipt ol pnee
W R IT E FOR F R E E BOOKLET
JO H N L. THOM PSON SONS & CO.
143 R iver S t., Troy. N . Y.
Rouiledge Seed & Moral Co.. 169 2 d St., Portland
¡“ Im p o ssib le!”
r’B ut I saw i t ” '
^'Im possible—ridiculous! ”
("I tell you It did.”
’’And I say it d id n ’t —because it
ruldn't."
"I w as th e re and w itnessed it.”
^'Do you m ean to tell m e th a t he was
led by a bolt from a c le a r sk y ? Do
u expect me to believe such a y arn?"
shouted.
‘T h a t's ju s t w h at I am te llin g you.
w orkm an on a 20-story building
pped the bolt.”—K an sa s City Jour-
I s a a
EYE WATER
H U T ^ n
E v e ry o n e to kn o w a b o u t DAD’S
H n I C 61 ELEC TR IC HAND LIGHT. A
J , g re a t b ig lig h t, safe, h a n d y an d c h e a p e r than
w ind an d s to rm -p ro o f. F u lly illu s tra te d c ir I
;ty h o rse p o w e r. C o st $3600. W ill sell fo r $2350 j
II give te rm s . R oyce B ros.. 230V;j 10th S t r e e t j
"tland. O regon.
ZEN O LEU M .
The Old and Reliable
M ade fro m y o u r old o n es. L a s t long
as Brand New T IR E S W rite us.
OREGON VULCANIZING CO..
650 W a sh in g to n S t..
P o rtla n d . O re |
namobile Oils and Greases
-
K in d .
S I.O O I
4 .5 0 >
188-190 Front Street, PORTLAND, ORE.
IK E K ipling's Cockney soldier, of B u rm a is Buddhism . A hundred
every o n e who v isits B urm a is th o u sa n d m en d ican t m onks, clad in
fascin ated by it and longs to th e sacred yellow robe, go up and
j
retu rn , for though to som dow
e ex­
n th e co u n try . T he begging bowl
te n t it has been invaded by O ccidental is p rese n ted reg u larly a t th e house­
| civilization, in th e m ain it is yet ur.- h o ld e r's door, and it is n o t consid­
! spoiled. T hen, too, one of its charm s ered a lucky th in g to refu se th e p riest
is th e m ingling of m odern bu stle and of th e b est th a t th e house affords. I
' rie n ta l calm. Such cities as Manda- sh all n ev e r forget th e first tim e I saw
lay and Itangoon a re full of th e se in­ a w om an w orship a p riest. It w as in
congruous c o n tra sts, w rites H elen th e crow ded railw ay sta tio n a t R an­
B a rre tt M ontgom ery in th e M ission­ goon. E x cep t for th e gay silk cos­
ary Review of th e W orld; im pres­ tu m es, one m ig h t h av e th o u g h t h e r­
sio n s of golden pagodas, yellow-robed self in a railw ay sta tio n in E u ro p e or
ascetics,
flower-garlanded
shrines, A m erica. T hen, like a sto n e dropped
silk-sk irted men, mingle w ith th e re ­ in a pool, sp lash ed th is b it of th e an ­
m em bran ce of broad, paved stre e ts, cien t E ast.
On th e baggage-laden
s tr e e t cars, business blocks, n ew sp a­ p latfo rm , su rro u n d ed by sw ea tin g por­
pers, clubhouses, parks, d ep a rtm en t te r s and all th e shouting, Jostling
sto re s and railw ay stations.
th ro n g , I saw a w om an suddenly pros­
T he m ingling of races m ak es B ur­ tr a te h e rse lf on h e r face a t th e feet
m a a “m elting-pot" in m in iatu re. R an­ of a fat, ye 'ow-olad p riest. A gain and
goon h as its Chinese q u a rte rs, its again, in ab so rb ed devotion, th e w or­
T am il and Teiugu stre e ts, its m otley sh ip e r co ntinued. T he books say th a t
th ro n g of E uropeans from m any lands w orshiping th e p rie st is an a c t of
added to its n ative B urm ese, K aren, h ig h e r relig io u s value th a n w o rsh ip ­
T alian , Shan and o th e r races. In fact, ing th e pagoda or even going on a
m ore th an half of th e population of p ilg rim ag e; but to actu ally see this
R angoon a re foreign born. T h e com ­ a c t of sp iritu a l h u m iliatio n brought
ing of th e se diverse rac es to tr a d e and hom e th e fac t of Buddhism .
to live is producing profound ch an g es L a n d of H a p p in e ss and Fre e W om en.
in B urm ese life.
T h e n a tu ra l su n n in ess of th e B ur­
T he Burm an is th e a ris to c ra t of th e m ese te m p e ra m e n t is show n by the
land. It is his country, h is language, fac t th a t th is m ost p essim istic o f all
Double Tread Puncture Proof Tires
r.
-
Butzer’s Seed Store
™ a g e n ts . You save time ami
money by buying oi u*.
N e w C a t a lo g N o . 64
*
I
T la v e H e a lt h y , S tr o n g , H e a o t l f a l E y e *
O c u lis ts aiu l P h y s ic ia n s u s e d M u rin e Lye
R em ed y m a n y y e a r s b e fo r e it w a s o ffered a s a
I D o m e stic E ye M ed icin e. M u rin e Is S t ill Com-
i p o u n d e d by O ur P h y s ic ia n s a n d g u a r a n te e d
by th e m a s a K e lla b le R e lie f for E y e s th a t N eed
| C are. T ry it in y o u r B y e s a n d in U aby « E y es —
N o S m a r tin g — J u s t E ye C om fort. B uy M urine
! o f y o u r D r u g g is t — a c c e p t n o S u b s t itu t e , an d if
| in te r e s te d w r ite for B ook o f th e E y e Free.
M l 'l t l N E E V E l i E U E D Y C O ., C illC A U O
293 Morrison St,
Corbett Bldg.,
PORTLAND. OREGON
LOSSES
tv
SURELY PREVENTED
C utter’s
Blsokleg P ills.
Low
’ ‘ fresh,
* * reliable:
------ preferred
* ^re< by
priced.
w S 't e r n
Hi* |
m
stootanen because they
feet where other wiineines fa ll.
W rite for booklet an d tentlm untaU .
10-dose pkg* Blackleg Pills S' 00
50-dose pkg*. Blsokl«« Pills 4 00
IN e any injector, b u t T u tter's best.
T he superiority of C u tter products is due to over N
y e a r * of specUMatna I n v s o e i n e * a n d s e r u m s o n l y .
Insist on Cuttsr's.
T ' a £
CUTTER
If unobtainable, orA*** direct.
LABORATORY.
Berkeley.
California
O U A N A N T C E D ON M ONEY N t f U N O I D
N « oth « » A n im a l or F ow l «.ill touch .» N o w uatng. rea d y t a f r e j f r e w
c »
D i « |. I 'a a J a n d C a a a i r l Slo>»a W aa.ll. , 1 II n e t, w rits
a a a ra »1 A w W . A.W l e t <»wk>Ut IN*. I . “ t.O P M l K C U R E * mmA - H |_N
LS I ST A-OUT.“
Dept» 102
H c m is n iT E m p o c o
b l o o m p ic l o
. n . j .
Ask us about GOPHER & SQUIRREL CURES.
V__________________________________ _ _ /
W h e n the W o r m T u rn e d .
“ Your H onor," d eclared O fficer Mc­
P h erso n , "I h eard an aw ful y ellin '
back in th e w agon yard, an d w hen I
got th e re th is m an w as h e a tin g his
w ife."
Ju d g e Broyles turned sh a rp ly on th e
p riso n er, a tall, g au n t farm er, w ith
clay-colored com plexion.
"Is th is tru e ? W ere you b e a tin g
your wife, sir? " dem anded th e ju d g e.
"Y es, yer h o n o r.”
"H ow did you com e to do It? ”
"L ord knows, jedge. Fo’ 20 y ea rs
sh e aliu s wuz th ' one w h at did th e
h e a tin ’, but I je s' happened to c a tc h
h e r w hen she w a sn ’t feeliu ’ rig h t." —
C ase an d Com m ent.
Defined.
W illie—Paw , w hat is a m ilita n t su f­
fra g e tte ?
“ I see,” said Bilkins, “ th a t a F rench
1’a w —A fem ale w hose m outh you
sc ie n tist h as d iscovered a m ethod for c a n 't open w hen sh e is in ja il an d
sta v in g off old ag e.”
c a n 't close w hen sh e is o ut of ja il, my
“ W ell, w hat of it? ” dem anded W il­ son.— C in cin n ati K nquirer.
k ins. “T h e re ’s n o th in g new in th a t.
A m an can sta v e off old age by ju m p ­
R e a d y Relief.
ing off th e Eiffel tow er, or dropping
"T
h
is
sto
ry
is full of h e a rt th ro b s.”
a lighted m atch in a pow der b arrel
" T h e d o cto r told you to be carefu l
w hile s ittin g on it, or by rocking th e
boat w hen h e's out on th e w ater, or ab o u t y o u r h e a rt. Now to q u iet It
by rid in g o ver N iag ara falls sittin g Ju st rea d th is nice m edical a rtic le
a s trid e of a log. T hose F ren ch sc ie n ­ ab o u t s try c h n in e ."—L ouisville C our­
tis ts m ake me tired w ith th e ir h u lla b a ­ ie r-Jo u rn al.
loo o v er n o th in g ."— H a rp e r's W eekly.
H is Recipes.
T e n d e n c y of the T im e s.
NEW MODERN DANCING.
E . F letch er H allam o rr. th e le n d in g D a n c in g E x ­
p e r t a n d In s tru c to r in N ew Y ork C ity , w rite « :
I
n a v e used A L L E N 'S F O O T -E A S E , th e a n tis e p tic
p o w d e r to be s h a k e n in to th e shoes, fo r te n y e ars,
and recom m end it to all m y p u p ils .” I t c u re s and
p re v e n ta so re fe e t. Sold hy all D ru g a n d D e p a r t­
m e n t S to res, 25c. S a m p le F U E L . A d d re ss. A llen
S. O lm sted. L e Roy. N . Y.
"L o o k s like an ag e of fem inine su­
prem acy ."
"H ow n o w ?”
" J u s t saw a crow d of kids a t play.
T h e little g irls in th e p a rty w ere boss­
ing th e job of co n stru c tin g a snow
w om an.”— L ouisville C o u rier-Jo u rn al.
C a u se and Effect.
“P oor T om pkins n ev e r g ets any
credit for w hat he does.”
" T h a t’s th e fate of som e m en.”
"H is se c re ta ry g ets th e c re d it f r j
all th e speeches he m ak es, his wife
gets th e c re d it for his m a n n ers, and
his d a u g h te rs get th e c re d it for his
ability to dance th e m axixe.”—B a lti­
m ore Sun.
G ood
M ilk e r
H e re d ita ry P an ts.
An an ecd o te of a little boy w a tc h ­
ing a flock of sh eep on th e sc re en Is I
told.
“A u n t Mollle, w h a t's th o se th in g s? "
"S h ee p ,” his a u n t replied. "S h ee p 's
wool Is w hat your p a n ts a re m ade of."
"H u h !
No th e y 're n o t," W illie
sn o rted . “ M am m a m ade my p an ts o ut
of C h a rlie's old o n es.”
C o m p a ra tiv e P ro fits.
F irs t Coal D ealer— How m uch p ro fit
a re you m ak in g on a ton now ?
Second Coal D ea ler—Tw enty-five
per cent.
“W hy, th a t's a good deal m ore th a n
I am m a k in g .”
“ B ut you sell to th e rich In la rg e
lots. I sell to th e poor in p ailfu ls.”—
Life.
NORTHWESTERN AGENTS
P o r t la n d Seed Co.,
Portland,
«
O regon
Influenza.
Pink-
Eye,
E p iz o o tic,
D i s t e m p e r a n d all
nose
and
throat
d i s e a s e s c u r e d , a n d a ll o t h e r s , n o m a t t e r h o w " e x p o s e d , ”
k e p t f r o m h a v i n g a n v of t h e s e d i s e a s e s w i t h H P O H N ' S L I ­
Q U ID D IS T E M P E R C U R E
T h r e e to six doses often cu r*
a <a*e
O n a So c e n t b o t t l e g u a r a n t e e d to d o so
Best th in g
f o r b r o o d m a r e s , a c t s o n t h e blood
60c a bottle, fS d o s e n
b o ttles
D r u g g i s t s a n d h a r n e s s s h o p s o r m a n u f a c t u r e r s sell
It
A gents w an ted
SHIPPING FEVER
SPOHN MEDICAL CO., Chemists, GOSHEN, IND.