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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1916)
TH E L A S T W O K I) in auto perfection
formance in beauty in comfort
in power in per
in durability and
THIS WONDERPUI. CAR hau at Inst been brought to the I’ a-
dfle Northwest. No other car ia like it no other car can touch
it, with ita famous Westinghouse starting anil lighting; ita true
cantilever springs and ita big, roomy, full-leather upholatered
“ Built in Flint“
YOU M A Y BE TH E AG E N T in your community.
proposition. Send for fine catalog.
Bones, a hostler, failed to turn up
at the livery yard one morning.
"W here's Bones?" the boss asked.
" Ills father’s dead, air," explained
one other hostler.
"O h !"
The next day again Bones failed to
turn up. And the next day still he
"Bones not about?" aald the boas.
" Ills father," »aid the other hostler,
"as I told you before, air ----"
"W ell, look here,” said the boas,
"you slip on your coat and run round
to Hones' house and find out If he
Intends to stay away all the time bia
father la dead."— Chicago Journal.
NORTHWEST AUTO CO.,
Broadway at Couch, Portland, Oregon.
"So your boy Joah Is a soldier now?”
"Y ep ," replied Farmer Corntossel.
"And I want to tell you the discipline
Is doing him good. It's the first time
In many a year that Josh couldn't put
on airs ’cause be was better dressed
than I was."— Washington Star.
Spoke in Ringing Tonea.
"Bridget, why don't you answer the
"Ol didn't hear It sayln’ anything.
"You must have heard Its tongue
going. Bridget."— Boston Transcript.
Trip to the Sea.
Altho —e took a fishing shack
And dally fished from dories.
The only fishy things brought back
I'leaae send catalog and full
details o f Dort car without ob
ligation on my part to
M r S ig n name and address, and mail today.
FARMS AND BUSINESS SOLD
THE NEW PERKINS HOTEL
Special Summer Rates
Court Room , Single, 75c; Double, S I.
Outside Room , Single. $1; Double, $1.50
I Hath privilege t nr lulled)
Room s with Private Bath, Single,
f i a O ; Double, $2.00.
All Care from Union Depot Poa Our Dnorm.
N E W P E R K IN S H O T E L
Cor Washington A Fifth Hu . P O R T LA N D OKK
BUY D I R E C T £
Hr baring direct from ue at wholeeale prteee
and eave the plunder's proflu. W rite ue lo
dar ruur needs. We will give ,o o « « r rueh-
tottom "direct-U»-rou" prlroe. f o. b. rail or
We artuailr save r«u from 10 to 66 per
A ll guode guaranteed
Northwest headquarUre for le a d e r Water
H,stems and Fuller A Johnson Kngtnea.
S T A R K - D A V IS CO.
F ertU ed. O regon
V eal, Pork. Beef,
Poultry, Butter, Eggs
and Farm Produce
lu the Old ItellsbW Kverdlr.g hut.so with s
record o í 45 y*ara of Hauar« l**aJti»ga. and
U a h u m M o f T O P M A R K E T PRÍCES
F. M. C R O N K .H IT E
45-47 Front S tra «t
Portland. O r «»o n
Johnston & Um barger
S P E C IA L IS T S
411-413 AUskr Building. Port lend. O r o .
S K IF F á M IL L E R , 1/ L i N
T I Ç T Ç
1 I J
Or. EW T. Hedlund,
Dr. Seymour S. Skid,
Dr, J. Howard Miller,
BUSINESS COLLEGE ’.
will nut money in their pocket*
by snipping their cream to us.
We pay prompt,
weight ana correct tents.
heavy demand for H aaelw ood
Butter means we must have
more high grade cream. Ship
w h ere quality counts.
(The Tire Shopi lise moved Into larger
quartern in tha heart o f the automo
bile district. Burnside at Broadway.
M3 and 136 liurnstda at.. Portland. Or.
HIDE8, PELT8. CASCARA BARK,
WOOL AND MOHAIR.
Vi m l ta p« Hire write ftr prices ud sM^ti fig*
THE H. f. NORTON CO.
0 «. *•*«».
r HAWTHORNE AUTO SCHOOL ’
O r w o n 'l ol<!*»t. I»» »1 «quipp#d «nd rnont
practical irhool. E xpert instruct!' n« in
retmirin«. clrivinif and
enl work in th»» repair «hop. You do the
work with your own hands. Day and night
cl a * * * Addreaa
44& Hawthorn« Arm.
Keeps off flies or money back. $1
a gallon from your dealer, or order
by mail. P L U M M E R D R U G CO.
Third and Madison, Portland, Or.
C O .,
P O R TLA N D , OREGON.
E x p la in e d .
Sister Nancy was going the round
of the ward in the big hospital for
wounded soldiers, examining the med
ical charts over each bed utul taking
Peaching the side of one hero, in
whose mouth she had left the ther
mometer a minute before, she was
horrified to find, on withdrawing it,
that it registered 120, although only
an hour ago the patient was normal.
Swiftly she summoned the house doc
tor, but he, on arriving, was seriously
perplexed, as there was nothing in
the patient's condition to account for
the sudden rise.
"Look here." he said to the soldier,
"have you dropped this thermometer
or been fooling about with it?”
"No, sir. Only been stirring me tea
with I t ! ” — London Answers.
NEW MODERN DANCING.
E. Fletrhrr Hsllsmora. th* Uxlintr Dancing Ex
pert ami In.tnictor In N»w York City. wrltea: ‘1
have uud A 1,1.EN'S KOOT-KASE. tha sntisaptk
powder to b« .hakrn into th« ihn«., for tan y aera,
ami recommend It to all my pupila” It curan and
prevanta aora feat. Sold by all Drug and Depart-
ment Stero«, 25c. »ampia FREE. Addreaa, Allan
S. Olma ted. Le Roy. N. Y.
Fearing the Worat.
"Do you want your wife to vote?"
"Certainly,” replied Mr. drowcher.
"A ll I hope is that she won't get up a
series of campaign processions and
make each of 'em as expensive ag an
Easter parade."— Washington Star.
Write about your wanta In thia line to
183 Madiaon Ht.,
P. N. U.
No. 39, 1910
Be T U i l u t a MOW hr r * u i-bralclaa, yoa nod
fa t J f naillr. It U m a n vital than b o o n la i t r u e *
A ik roue »h n lc in a . drugrUt. or Mad f i t ‘ Hava
goa bad T r r b o id f" toillag o t T y p h o i d Vaccin«,
resulta f i a * ua , and dan*«» D an Typhoid Car Herr.
raoMcia. vacuata a tta.at u
S o re
“L eader ” and “R e p e a t e r ”
S hot S hells
laboratory , rerrclcy . cal
n i c
Eye* inflamed by expo
sure to Saa. Dull and Rind
«- i quickly relieved by Msriae
N o Smarting,
just E y e Com fort. A t
Y o u r D ru g gw t*» SOc per Bottle. Msrtse E y t
Sa l v« in T u b e s 2 Sc. F o r B s e k s Ilh e E y e F re c t ik
D ru g g ists o r M a rla s t y s B a s e ly C »., Chicago
SDCTH AND EVERETT 8TS.
Ktmr Block« fron) Union Station
A ll iw ilM a o w ly daoorntod.
R A T E S BY W E E K Ott M O N TH
Kate« SOc. 75c. Si. Sl.SO Par Dar
T cU ph on *. M a n k sll M .
O regon V ulcanizino
CStr, «ad haimlaaaoMO.of AaUUrphold Vietinoti.*.
R a n a c n n .n l
Take pleasure In announcing Ih sl ther ape Ice
rated at 466-461) Morgan bldg.. Itth flour). W ash
ington st H r u ln a r . Portland. Ore., where ther
will be pleased to meet their friande and patients I
Theae offices will be conducted asi s poller of nerv
ine st moderate urines to the best uf our sldlllr.
W e alwars aland behind our work, as we know ,
that a satlafled patient la and shall always be the
th a n S m a l l p o x . Arm y
vie w e b u flaaiornu»'. id
tha slcvst n ln ta kra* c ffl-
•I ’l i I M
WASHINGTON « TENTH STS*
DRS. H E D L U N D , I \ T
Do Your Own Plumbing |
K«*| hi Tobar CO In brat smoking condition.
K it» any tobacco tin or cigar boa. Bmokara
buy on aight
H*l)a e v«ry w h ew
H i« profila.
T O B A C -O -M O IS T
DfcPT.. 8lo Itokum Bldg., Portland. Oragon.
(W hen ros IU «la ter Ash the Clerk for
A ete-ltee Meets Treins.
Do you want to »«II yotir farm, home or bualneaii
for ca*h* Wrtu to CAATEJt REALTY CO..
604 Buchanan Building. Portland. Ore«on
Send 10c to Dr. Pierce Invalids’ Ho
tel, Buffalo, for large trial package of
“ Anuric” for kidneys, cures backache.
"Vacation is a great thing.”
"Don’t have to watch the clock then,
“ Don’t even have to watch the cal
endar.”— Louisville Courier-Journal.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS,
PERFECT PRINTING PLATES
FumUhad on abort nutica.
W rite for
Seal« o f F r e t «
Port land Electrotype A
Stereotype to .. Front 4 Stark. Portland. Or.
D O N 'T S U F F E R F R O M
For the hi^h flyers, or the lo w flyers, “ L e ad e r” and
“ Repeater’ shells have the reach, spread and penetra
tion. Their great sale is due to these qualities, which
insure a full bag.
Made in m any gauges and loads.
BE SURE TO ASK FOR THE W BRAND
Some One Ought to Tell Her.
Dear little W illie was only recently
married, and for the past fortnight he
had been wearing that fatuous smile
which a man wears on only two occa
sions— when he is first married and
when the first baby arrives. That
smile, which suggests a codfish in
paradise, is extremely annoying to the
onlooker. Therefore. W illie’s friends
were relieved to see him appear one
morning looking very glum.
"Hallo, W illie! What’s the matter?”
they cried in chorus.
“ Oh. don't chaff, boys— don’t chaff!
Marriage isn't what I thought it was! [
My wife can’t sin g!”
"Can’t sing? Why, you ought to be 1
| thankful for that!”
“ Yes. I dare say. And I might be—
only, you see, she doesn’t know i t ! ”—
when you can easily And quick relief
What a Tourist Heard.
from this cruel disease in any stage.
in Ireland came upon a
Anti-Uric, made from Roots and Ber
ries, gradually soothea a w a y the poi couple of men “ in holts” rolling on the
son from the system, no matter now road. The man on top was pummel-
severe or long standing the case may ing the other within an inch of his
be. Send $1.50 today for a treatment life. The traveler looked on for a mo
prepaid to your address.
Results ment in silence and then intervened.
“ I say, it's an infernal shame to
guaranteed or money refunded, or sent
C. O. D. by Parcel Post. Write for strike a man when he's down.”
"Faith, if yez knew all the trouble
circulars and letters from those bene-
fltted. Don’ t put it off.
Simply send I had gettin’ him down yez wouldn't
today. Address A N T I-U R IC CO., 102 , be talkin’ like that," came the inter
mittent reply.— Judge.
Sherwood Building, San Francisco.
F or Man or
H A N F O R D ’S
A LI N I M ■ N
For Cuts, Burnt,
Strains, Stiff Neck,
Chilblains, Lame Back,
Old Sores, Open Wounds,
and all External Injuries.
H ade Since 1846.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00
All Dealers ^
be famous for
your cooking, or
just a “ beginner”
In Either Case
KG B aking P owder
will help you.