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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1916)
U. S. Government Homesteads
COLVILLE, WASHINGTON, INDIAN RESERVATION.
In the l'im oui Columbi* Kiver Haftiii and Okanogan Valley.
Dairy, Farm ami Timber l.and. Map »bowing Road», I aikes, Kivert,
Creek», Mountain», Indian Allotment» and Mineral l.and. Hook of
Dcteriplion, »bow» Mow lo lanate any liome»tead of 160 Acre» on
the Ke»ervation WITHOUT THE EXPENSE OF A LOCATOR.
PRICE, POSTPAID, $1.00.
OREGON HOMESEEKERS INFORMATION BUREAU,
504-3 McKay Building, POR I LAND, OKKCON
NEW PERKINS HOTEL
i lU 'd r ie » » necessity
rhant buy» on sight. Big profit*.
Kxclunivc territory. Free »ample».
Sell» f ro m #."> to $|(i0.
for territory. Suyer». 6.'I7 Kailway
Exchange, Portland, Ore.
Fifth »m l W tahlnitun HU., Portland, Or.
The homelike »topping place
for those who appreciate the
dollar'» full worth.
Room with Ihith,
Moom with lifU rh fd lUth
llrra k fM t and I unrhmn
PORTLAND Y. M. C. A.
will fit Any ambitious younir Man or Wom
an f..r blfn -clafli position in
Boukkeepui^, Sinography, Salcsmauhip
T o m nn t lain Inclinl«* valuable* a th W tlr.
tMjuatJr Aful m r>rr>)«*r»hip ifriviV|f.*#. nl-
th«rti*h tu itio n e < * l la U «a thAn **li*rwbMr«
Valuable pourw« ran alan 1 » H at ! in
and Colh’K«* Pr»’i&ralory
S u b aru
W K IT F Fo|( ( A T A U X ..
LADIES, THE PROBLEM IS SOLVED
l a d i r i L w |t*v*00 Treatm ent and Prevention
D U u n .T i I I t
o f P o n U g b u » Abortion.
Treatm ent and Prevention o f C a lf Scour«. H o f
Poultry Ib w a se» Clip this a»i and
mark an X In front o f hook« wanted
H IL D A 11110:4.. Dekuru Hid*.. Portland. O rrfo «.
, - f* »
See our «tuck o f F O R I) De
livery hodnrit. Shipped any*
w h rr«. Our own make. Guar*
W rit« u«. Cari Pe-
lemon. 121 (Iran i Avenu « N
“ Do you take as much interest in
dancing as you did?"
"Y e s." replied Uncle Wagglefoot.
"But I’m gettin' so dancin' isn’t youth
ful enough for me. I’m practicin' roll
er skatin' on one skate.” — Washing
"Look here," said the Indignant
house owner to the agent from whom
he had bought his home on the install
He— I see where a young woman ment plan "T h e paneling in my din
room is opening so you can p” t
j killed herself because she could not Ing
Ms»*« from your old on«*
your finger through the cracks.”
I m llrkf. New Tim r
H K AUW ) lit V
' That's all right," replied the agent.
■OLD TUU I We per a* hnrh a« 10a I fools.
"T h e house is settling. And that re
« m l km lje
Trrad work, and th « biff Kent market j there
Is such a thing?— Baltimore minds me. It's about time you settled
up for last month's installment."—
Ship your T ire« at «»new or w rit« u*.
Philadelphia Public Ledger.
VUtXA.IlZlMC CO. SkO V g J a a rt« St. PwlUW. Or«
1 l t i l
Double Tread, Puncture Proof Tires
O ftlU M
FI ECTRIf MOTORS ThlH 18 ° to>
L L L v 1 IYAv> I T I U lU I X J
Bought, Sold. Rented and R epaired
VkAl.KF.lt E L E C T R IC W O itK S
I'.urnetdr. cur. 10th.
HIDES, PELTS, CASCAR* BARK
W r w »n t »11 you h e .
WrtU- f.»r p rie*» and
tu r II. r. NORTON CO.
5J North Troni S*., Portland. O r*.
ro t for Christmas. She likes to serve
make-believe tea and make-believe
sandwiches. A harmless fancy."
"Perfectly. I've been to grown-up
affairs where they did IL” — Louisville
"A n ’ phwat is your Patsy doin'
these days, Mrs. O'Hagan ?’’
"Ah. he’s doin' folne! He's a con
ductor in the opery bouse, an' wears
a swallytail c o a t”
"A conductor, is it? An’ phwat does
a conductor do?"
"H e conducts people to their seats."
You Can Get Rid of
Hanford's Balsam Is good for blood
That Itching Rash poisoning. Adv.
There Is immediate relief for skins
The Department of Farm Props, Itching, burning and disfigured by ec
In Modern Times.
University of Idaho, ha* received dur zema. ringworm, or similar torment
"In the old days, the main element
ing (he spring, shipments of seed from ing skin-trouble. In a warm bath with
of a soldier was to know how to act
the following foreign countries: Can Keslnol Soap und a simple application under fire.”
ada, Sweden. Denmark. Australia, and of Keslnol Ointment. The soothing,
"And nowadays, in addition, he is
Japan. The Bureau of Plant industry healing Keslnol medication sinks right supposed to know how to act under
o f the If. S Department of Agriculture Into the skin, stops itching Instantly, water, in the earth and without air."
has also sent samples of clover and and soon clears away all trace of erup
other leguminous crops for the pur tion, even In severe ami stubborn
pose of co-operative testing experi cases whero other treatments have
had no effect. A fter that, the regular
use of Keslnol Soap is usually enough
to keep the skin clear and healthy.
You need never hesitate to use Resl-
nol. It is a doctor's prescription that i
has been used by other physicians for
; years in the treatment of all sorts of j
skin affections. It contains absolutely j
nothing that could Injure the tenderest i
Every druggist sells Keslnol
Ointment and Keslnol Soap. (A d vt.)
If you are
W ife Cured by Lydia E.
"W hat zone is this we live in? You
may answer, James," said the teacher.
“ Tem perate."
"Now . what is meant by a 'temper
De* Moines, Iow a.—“ Fonr year* ngo ate zo n e? '”
“ It's u place where It's freezing cold
I was very *ick and my life was nearly
spent. The doctors In winter and red hot in summer.” —
slated that I would Philadelphia Public Ledger.
never get well with-
What Dreams Are Made Of.
o u t an operation
Dillydally (a chronic procrastinator)
and that without it
I would not live one — I dreamt last night that I— er—ah
— proposed to you. I wonder what
year. My husband that is a sign of?
o b j e c t e d to any
Miss Lingerlong (desperately)— It Is
operation and got a sign that you have got more sense
me some o f Lydia E. when you are asleep than when you
Pinkham’s Vegeta are awake.— T it Kits.
ble Compound. I took
Ask anybody about it— Hanford's
It and commenced
to get better ami am now well, am Balsam. Adv.
■tout and able to do my own housework.
At the Boarding House.
I ran recommend the Vegetable Com
beef too rare for you, Mr.
pound to any woman who is sick and
run down as a wonderful strength and
"W ell, since you ask me, Mrs. Skin
health restorer. My husband says l ner. I would like it a little oftener.” —
would have beee in my grave ere thie Baltimore American.
if it had not been for your Vegetable
Compound.” — Mrs. B l a n c h e J e f f e r
s o n , 703 Lyon St., Des Moines, Iowe.
Before submitting to a surgical opera
tion it is wise to try to build up the
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female system and cure its derange
* ^ 4 ^
practically new « p O if O
ments with Lydia E. Pinkham’ s Vege
table Compound; it has saved many
1 Q 1 4 Ford touring,
ÌO Q C
women from surgical operations.
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BE PRETTY! HIRN
Try Grandmother’s old Favorite
Recipe of Sage Tea and
Keep Kids Kleen
The mo* pncteal.
garments ever invented for children I l
6 years of s.e Made in osse piece wn
drop back. Eaafv sipped oa cr o f
Easily washed No baht elastic bands
, to Sop circulation. Made in bine
denim, and blue and white hickory
stirpes for all the year round. Also
b«Ktrr weight, fa*-color material in
dark blue, cadet blue, tan or dark red
for summer wear, all appropriately
trimmed with fast • color aalatea.
Made in Dutch orck with elbow
sleeves usd high neck and loot
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound- j
ed. brings back the natural color and
lustre to the hair when faded, streaked (
7 5 c t h e s u it
or gray. Years ago the only way to
If your dra.'*T c«nnc* supply you.
! get this mixture was to make it a t '
We will seed them, charges prepaid
i home, which is mussy and trouble-,
cn receipt cf prv-e. 75c each.
' some. Nowadays, by asking at any
FREE » £ *
drug store for “ Wyeth’s Sage and Sul
Beware of Imitations. Look for
phur Compound,” you will get a large
the Tw o Horse* on the Label.
bottle of this famous old recipe, im
Levi Strauss & Co., San Francisco
proved by the addition of other ingre
Aw«M«d GRAND PRIZE at tht P P.I.E.
dients. for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as it does it so naturally
You dampen a sponge
or soft brush with it and draw this
P ay and night classes. E xpert training
through vour hair, taking one small
in repairing, drivin g and machine work,
including forge, lathe, shaper, drill press,
strand at a time; by morning the gray
Tim e unlimited. C O M PE
hair disappears, and after another ap
TENT CH AUFFEURS AN D M ECHAN
plication or two. your hair becomes
ICS S U P P L IE D . W R I T E US.
beautifully dark, glossy and attractive I
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com-i
pound is a delightful toilet requisite
A Grouchy Chap.
for those who desire dark hair and a 1
youthful appearance. It is not intended
“ Do you think any of the girls w ill
for the cure, mitigation or prevention
really propose this year?"
" I don’t know. But if they do I hope
the men won’t giggle and whisper it
Miss Wheat, the new teacher, was around, as some of the girls do.”—
hearing the history lesson, which Courier Journal.
dealt with the career of George Wash
ington. Turning to one of the schol
ars, she asked:
"Janies, what was Washington's
The new boy arose with a prompti- j
F o r
tude that promised well for his an- ,
"Heaven, ma'am,” he said.
Portland Y. M. C. A. Auto School
That Settled It.
“ And you broke o ff the engage
ment?" said one young man.
"Yes. but not brutally, you know, j
But I managed it.”
•H ow ?"
“ Told her what my salary was."
The Usual Experience.
“ Have you laid by anything since
you took up the profession of author
“ Y'es, about 300 manuscripts.” — |
East 13th A Hawthorne A re.,
P O R TLA N D . ORE.
You know the difficulty o f getting the roots
o f stumps out with pullers, by burning, or by
using explosives that merely shatter. You
need explosives that not only shatter but also
lift and heave— that tear the roots and make
clearing easy. You can save work, time and
money by using
"Talkin g about the total depravity |
i f Inanimate things— ”
“ W ell?"
“ Just as we got opposite a road
Hotel with a big gun, 'Sea Food a Spe
cialty,' our auto deliberately turned
turtle.”— Baltimore American.
For\,tt:Z\ £ r ,,ul $295
FRANCIS MOTOR CAR EX.,
Sprained ankle? Rub on and rub
in Hanford's Balsam thoroughly. Adv. 1
No. 18, 1018
A young man who had been snub
bed at tho theater door decided to get
even with his girl friends.
The girls occupied the first four
Male four own HAIR TONICS and TOILET WATERS seats in the sixth row and the young
man had the fifth. They paid no at
with T on leo T kU w ti/' the* K*r.»ational Invention.
On the program was
' Hwml 20
fur aamt*l«» pin k au««. make* ont tention to him.
I Hint, which «»lh«trwi»w » • •!* 'M e*htä t « $1 AO (4 fur a monologist who began to talk of
<10 m i l l . ) Morwty return«*«! if not aatiuflad. W ant love to get a few laughs, as those ar
! K x r lu ilv t Ka-i/r»*A4'iitAlive* each county to rnanu-
' f a « i u r + and Mill. l U j /*»«/»/». T O N IC O S A LE S tists often do. He said: “ All the girls
• CO ., Mullnontah Station, Portland, Oregon.
who are In love, please stand up.”
Turning to the girl next to him, the
young man who bad been snubbed
D O N T EVER FORGET said:
"Please let me out.”
When you are di»*ail«fl«-<I with other«, thero
Naturally, the entire four had to
alwaya remain* tin* old reliable
rise. When they were on their feet
Hazelwood Co., Portland, Or.
the young man sat down, while the re
Mak<< m your ri«-*t nhipmrnt o f Cream.
mainder of the audience roared in gl<-e
Fk'if«. Poultry ami
at the four.— Philadelphia Public Led
W e Can Satisfy Y o u .
HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL
The only Automobile
on th«* P a *
ride (a ia-»t maint ai ni rt ir a <*•• Trartor
I Ari»t . I sing Holt < attrrpillar.
!.. I W-»t
Trarklayrr and H hrel 1 lartora. Isoth in U ri
M*h<«»l and ot^ratirijr held.
445 Hawthorn« A *»..
No Accounting For Jurle*.
Many verdict» of a »trarige, curloua
and humorr/ua nature find birth not In
frequently In coroner's juries and jur
ies In justice's courts.
Uncommonly Intelligent are the cor
oner’s Juries In Mississippi. Tw elve
men In Warren county, In that state,
returned a verdict several years ago
which read: "The deceased died by
the will of God or some other disease
unknown to the jury."
Another verdict, equally as solemn,
reads: "W e are of A Pinion that the
Decost met with her death from Vio
lent fnflrmatlon of the Ann, producest
from U p o u C m a *
An old story, oft repeated, Is that
an English Jury In u criminal case
once brought In the following. "Guilty,
with some little doubt as to whether
he Is the man.”
Another Is told o f a Welsh Jury,
which reads: “ We find the man who
stole the mare not guilty."— Docket.
M e a ltim e
With appetite keen,
digestion normal, and
no fear of any after
e a tin g distress
helps very materially
in b r i n g i n g about
such a condition. It
is an excellent tonic
and appetizer. Try it