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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1916)
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Cheap Paint is not Good Paint.
Good Paint is the Cheapest Paint.
Your Dealer has a Reliable Brand.
BARBER’S CHAIR A
Tonaorlal Artist Doing Good Work In
th* Way of Helping His Fel
It Is called “ The Barber Shop of the
Ten Commandments." It Is undoubt
edly the only one of Its kind In the
Every night after Its proprie
tor finishes with bis razor he goes to
prayer meeting and gives bis testl
moiiy for the benefit of the Bowery
KOKIS’ FK'H KOW K O N fllT IO N K U
"down and outs” who have been under
stimulst** tl»* if*r»»rstiv« orif*».« ami I n a p o w
erful l»r•*«•»!mif tonic. Insure* mu*y rmlvlng arid
his ministering care.
i leaninar ami pravanta rnllk fevar. I>.f1*rr»«>l
"Jake tho Barber,” who has charge
anJ In fact any rii«**««* that may attack a
row whan In a wcakaii*»«} condition.
of the new tonsoriul atelier, once
Kondltionar will IncraaiMt lh « Mow o f milk 6
adorned shops In the Broadway and
to 16 pry cent without an Inrrctut« in
Fifth avenue hotels, the New York
I>r. KorlnaV'a t'a lf Hrour and < HoUra Rem
edy will inaur« your c a lv »« aaalnst calf scours,
Herald states, lie has plied the lath
white scours and calf chrdara. and rnaka them
brush at the lielmont and the
electric shampoo at the Waldorf-As
I»r. K nrlnsk* Anti I aw llluat < apsules aavs hundreds o f rows yearly from dying o f alfalfa &
clover bloat Ask your dealer for K O R IN fck ’H KhM KillKM . they a r . guaranteed, or write to
toria. In an evil day he yielded to his
Ordinary powders and dynamites
thirst for strong drink and fell into
waste much o f their energy by shatter
the ways of the Bowery. He roamed
the streets In want and finally emerged
ing and pulverizing. T o get the best
Into new light—that of the Hadley
results in land-clearing operations the explosives
Rescue hall, 2!»3 Ilowery. "Brother
should disrupt, crack, split and heave the stumps
SKIFF « MILLER.
world call John Callahan, superintend
S IX T H A N D E V E R E T T STS.
and at the same time lift and remove the roots for
Take pleasure In announcing that they are lo ent of the hall, saw a way In which he
Ii.tir lll.ick. fn.m Ifnlnn Station
cated at 4W 4'At Morgan bldg . (4th floor). W ash could help "Jake the Barber." He got
easy handling. The explosives that do this are
m .n i M i .m .n t .
A l l n ^ i i t . n « w l y i l . c . r « 1 ..J
ington at Itriaeiway. Portland, fire., where they
him now clothes and sent him out to
will hr pleased to meet their friends and patients
SIT.U At. K A I I S 11 V WEEK OK H O S T S
These offices will lie conducted on a policy o f serv buy
a second-hand barber's chair,
K .I.* 5 <>c, 75 c. 51 . $1 50 Pec Hay.
ice at m<*leraUt prices to the beet o f our ability.
which was sent to the hall C. O. D. A
We always stand behind our work, aa we know
that a satisfied patient is end shall always be the
complete new set of tools was obtained
and all the bottles and fixings.
I f you cannot come to
T U M P IN O — A G R IC U L T U R A L .
Dr. Hof T. Holland,
Dr. Seymour S. Skiff,
The barber shop was set up In a
Portland to g *t your
eyes filled. I will aand
Dr, J. Howard Miller,
oil rny met hurt o f test-
—made by a Western Company especially to meet Pacific
those at the nightly supper Is stacked.
ug eyea hv mall.
as deelrahie as person
D E N T IS T S .
Coast conditions. More than 2,000,000 pounds used every
"Jake the Barber” Is an artist in his
al servire but much
First the superintendent got
T e le p h o n e , M e rs h e ll 94.
le tte r than going w ith
year for stump blasting in Washington and Oregon alone.
out glaaees needed or
shaved and then some of the assist
trying to At yourself.
There are two Giant Farm Powders — Giant Stumping
ants. The barber received a vote of
OutAt sent on application.
NT A PI.KM. the Jew-
•1er-Optician. ¿06 Morrison st.. Portland. Oregon
Powders for wet soil and Eureka Stumping Powder for blast
confidence and began to take In money.
The proceeds at the present time are
ing in dry soil. They do their work at the lowest possible cost.
divided on tho ’’Afty-flity” basis, and
Test one case. Compare it with any explosive that you
after the shop is paid for Jake w ill go
have ever used. After you have blasted a dozen stumps you
on his own resources
I >av end night class**
K ip rr t training
Meanwhile a fund has been provided
will understand why those who have once used them always
In repairing, driving and machine work.
in the mission for the shaving of the
continue to use Giant Farm Powders,
Including forge, lathe, shaper, drill press,
"down and out.” for one of the first
Tim * unlimited
T K N T ( H A U r P K U Ilh A N D M K C H A N -
tells how to save money in land-clearing. It
means toward rehabilitation Is a clean
104 S U P P L Ì KD
W R IT K US.
shows how to make land-clearing easier by
using Giant Farm Powders. W e have other
The walls of this novel barber shop
books on Boulder Blasting, Tree Planting,
are covered with texts and religious
Subsoil Blasting, and Ditch Blasting. W rite today for the book in which
mottoes. Back of the customer, but
HIDE8, P E LT S . CASCARA BARK,
you are interested. Your name on a post-card will bring it.
reflected in the glass, are the Ten
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
Commandments, and wherever the
Wi m l tf you km Writs fir pricti and i»ippi*| !i(i
T H E G IA N T P O W D E R CO., Con., J5SS, San Francisco
man In the chair may turn his head
THI H. F. NORTON C o . nrttmd. On , leftlt. Wn
“ Everything for Blasting “
he may read some sentiment that
Saattk. Spokana. Portland. Salt Laka City. Dasrrar
ought to lead him to a better life.
Double Tread Punctar; Proof Tirei
"Jake the Barber” says that he finds
Made fn>rn your *»l«f ones
I .est long
Mother’s Way Best.
more Joy in living now than he ever
as firsnd New TIHKH W rite u«
OMKGON V U LC A N IZ IN G CO..
did, for not only is he re-established
66o W ashington St..
W O ND ERFUL HOW RESINOL
family doctor ordered him to take a in bis trade, but he also is the means
STOPS SKIN TO RM ENTS
of aiding his fellow
V Tl Fill ■ i IJ if | IW II B l —
The soothing, healing medication in
"Come on. dear," said mother coax-
resinol ointment and reslnoi soap
Not Same leland.
ItiKly when the powder arrived, "take
Bought, V»ld. K -n t.d «m i R . p . i t - a
Tho sending of a warship to Juan soothes and cools the irritated Bkin,
W A t .K h ll E L E C T R IC W O RK S
this; It will make you quite well at
and usually stops itching at once. The
Fernandez to investigate the alleged resinol treatment speedily heals ecze-
Burnable, cur. 10th.
Th e root* practical, healthful, piaytmi
garments ever invented for children I to
use of the Island as a base by the I ma. ringworm, and similar eruptions,
O year« of age Made in ooe piece with
"Don’t want t o !” walled Willie, German cruisers has led once more
op back. Eetalv dipped on or o f.
and clears away disfiguring pimples
The Lait Act.
Ensly washed. N o tight elastic bands
hacking away from the teaspoon. to the inaccurate statement that I even when other treatments have been
to stop circulation. Made in bfue
Into the Jeweler'* »hop mine a sim "Don’t want any m edicine!”
denim, and blue and white hickory
Juan Fernandez is the island where j almost useless.
ple looking oltl chap, with a quaint,
Hripes for ail the year round. Aiso
Resinol is not an experiment. It is
"<>h, W illie," his mother said re "Robinson Crusoe underwent so many
lighter weight, fast-color material in
old fashioned kitchen clock under one
proachfully, as she drew the small vicissitudes." The Pacific Island was a doctor’« prescription which proved
dark blue, cadet blue, tan or dark red
for summer wear, all appropriately
hoy near to her, "you ’ve never heard where Alexander Selkirk was put i so wonderfully successful for skin
“ I want you to look at it." he said,
Incurved with fast - color galazea.
j troubles that it has been used by other
me complain about a little powder, !
Made ir. Dutch neck with elbow
ashore in 1704, at his own request doctors all over the country for twenty-
ns he laid the timepiece on the coun
dee* es and high neck and long
ter, "and tell me what's wrong."
"No, and neither would I,” was from a British ship, and where he years. Every druggist sells resinol
The Jeweler removed the dial of the
young William's startling reply, " I f I
7 5 c the suit
clock, screwed his magnifying Rians
could Just put it on my face as you there is not the slightest resemblance
K your dealer cannot supply j
Into hlH eye and poked about in the
All Deliveries in Rear.
We will send them, charges 1
do, bat I have to swallow i t ! " — Phil between Selkirk's adventures, as given
On receipt of price. 75c each.
udelphla Public Ledger.
"Nothing wrong with It now," he an
AgdT FREE “fjj*
" I t ’s sufferings ; Always keep Hanford's Balsam on Lived Four Years and Five Months on playing Richard III on one occasion.
B tw arrcf Imutxxu. Look for
the Uninhabited Island of John Fer When the actor came to the words.
t i * T w o Hones ra the LaGeL
hand for accidents. It's good insur
"W ell, what do I owe you?" asked
C o . , San F ran cisco
“ A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a
the customer, thinking he had repair
_____ Aw*rd.d GRAND PRIZE at the P.P.I.E.
those of Defoe's immortal Robinson
horse!” someone from the gallery call
ed the clock.
To Make Him Happy.
ed out, "Wouldn't a donkey do as well,
"Nothing.” replied the shopman.
"Y o u ’re mistaken. This Isn't profes
Old Peterby le rich and stingy. In
Always Have It on Hand.
Holding Back the Hudson.
“Y es," replied the tragedian, turning
sional treatment. It’s a coroner's In the etent of his death, his nephew is
quest."— Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Don't wait until you get scalded or
the family said to the old gentleman: cofferdam work ever undertaken in come around to the stage door.”
burned because that will mean much
“ I hear that your nephew is going this country." says Popular Mechanics
suffering while you are sending to the
Cuts clear to the bone have been dealer's for Hanford's Balsam o f
Men who are too lazy to work and to marry. On that occasion you ought Magazine, "Is now In the course of con
too proud to beg are usually too in to do something to make him happy.” struction In New York harbor, where healed by Hanford's Balsam. Adv.
Myrrh. Always have it on hand and
"I w ill," said Mr. Peterby. T U pre the Hudson river is being dammed
different to die.—Judge.
be prepared for accidents. The Bal
tend that I am dangerously 111.”
sam should give you quick relief. Adv.
preliminary to the building of three
Traveler— Here, landlord, what's the
1,050-foot steamship piers for the ac
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce Invalids’ Ho commodation o f the largest liners matter with your dog? I’ve driven him
away a dozen times, hut he comes
tel, Buffalo, for large trial package of
Jones— I suppose, merely as a mat
‘ 'Anuric” for kidneys, cures backache. afloat. The dam is being extended be back and sits close to my chair, watch ter of parental duty, I shall have to
tween Forty-fourth and Forty-eighth ing every mouthful I take. Do turn
street to hold back the river, Inclose him out and let me have my dinner in take that boy to the circus.
Had a Proposal.
the shore line, and allow excavations peace.
Mrs. Jones— But I don't want him
"Had a proposal from any of the fair
Landlord— Ah. sir. my Carlo is such to go this year.
■ex this leap year?" Inquired Fitz to be made, and the piers built When a knowing brute! 1 expect you've the
Jones— Then I shall have to go
completed It w ill be approximately 800
plate he usually eats off of.
alone.— Boston Transcript.
" I have. I had a proposal from the feet long and will have cost about five
j young lady at my lodgings."
hundred thousand dollars."
"Phlloplla, but you are In luck! How
did she muster courage to make it,
Heir to Forty Millions.
and what did she say?”
the future ruler of
"W ell, you see, she keeps the books
The Latest Discovery In Medicine.
for her mother, so she came to mo and all the Russia», has been described as
the most valuable child in the world.
When he succeeds to the throne he
"Yes, yes. lucky dog! Go on.”
W h y Suffer From Backache, Lumbago, Rheumatism?
“ She proposed that I pay up my ar will Inherit all the huge fortune of the
rears or vacate."— Chicago News.
Romanoff family, which Is estimated at
no smaller a sum than forty million
It is now asserted with confidence because old people usually suffer rrora
It advertises Itself— Hanford's Bai
pounds. In addition to this, as ruler that these painful effects due to uric hardening and thickening of the walls
of the Russian people, he w ill enjoy an acid in the system are entirely eradi of the arteries, due to the excess of
uric acid in the blood and tissues.
Income of £2,000,000 a year, and have
cated. A remedy, called "A N U R IC ,"
Dr. Pierce, chief physician at th®
the absolute control of 500 estates em
has been discovered by Dr. Pierce in Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
ploying 30,000 servants.
Buffalo. N. Y., has been testing this
nzred Mrwbcre.Del.y f*y Killer *tti\ t* and kill« all
At present the child Is the recipient his hospital practice, which he be wonderful medicine for the relief of
Aiss. Neat. elstn. entament*], ©oofen.eot, and cheap.
I m te a ll
of an allowance of £15,000 a year, a
tent than lithia, and is the cause of a overworked and weakened kidneys.
b f M i i l . n a ’ I s p ïïT U
* 'P o v e r ; w ill n r* e o li om
banking account having been openod drainage outward of tlv«*uric acid with The relief obtained by sufferers has
W * s n jth fa f. d o e n w
« d e ffe c t iv e . A . k J e t
for him soon after his birth, when, in which it comes in contact within the been so satisfactory that he determin
'Daisy Fly Killer cidentally, his life was insured for body. It will ward off backache, head ed to place “ ANL’ RIC” with the princi
• o ld hv d e a le r « , * r « te s t
h r • ■ p r o s a , »r a p a li!. $ 1.0« .
ache, and the darting pains and aches pal druggists in town where people
half a million pounds.
HARO LD S U M K R I, IS O O eKsIS A » e .. B reefc ly*. N . y .
of articular or muscular rheumatism could get this ready-to-use medicine.
"A N U R IC ” is not harmful or poison
— o f those diseases which are caused
Indictment of the Cat.
ous, but aids nature in throwing off
an innocent hawk, skunk,
asthma, sciatica, or sore, stiff, aching those poisons within the body which
d d V M X k ®ranu,aled Eyelids. owl "Many
or weasel,” says a government Joints.
cause so much suffering, pain and
Eyes inflamed by expo-
•ure to Ssa. Dust and Wind bureau, "has been shot fo r the deeds
When the kidneys are weak or dis misery.
[uickly relieved by Merlse of that sleek highwayman, tho house eased, these natural filters do not
If you want quick relief buy it now
ye Remedy. No Smarting, cat. It is safe to say that this ma cleanse the blood sufficiently, and the — or send Dr. Pierce 10c. for trial pkg.,
No. 26. 1016
P. N. U.
Comfort, A t rauder, which enjoys all the comforts poisons are carried to all parts of the or $1.00 for full treatment. This will
Marine Eye and protection of the home, destroys body. There follow depression, aches prove to you that "Anuric” elim inate«
c per Bottle. Marin
Y ou r Drue •t*( 50c
t . d n r d H K , p is e s * s m s - I SalveinTu&i2$c. ForBeokeltkeEyefreeask
and pains, heaviness, drowsiness, Ir uric acid from the system as hot water
I W TT H E N » r i t t a k « iw
I Druggist* *r Murine Eye Beaedy Ce., Chicago In the aggregate more wild birds and ritability.
•A N U R IC ’’ prolongs life melts sugar.
young poultry than all their natural
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Portland, Oregon j
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