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NEWBERG. YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904
n Evening W ith the
met a missionary from queens. Before taking the prof
America, who encouraged him to fered seat she smiled and bowed
If any one on opening the door take a medical course in the her expression o f gratitude with
t o enter Crater’s hall Tuesday United States. When he landed such queenly grace as might have
evening had taken sudden fright in New York nitle years ago, all been bestowed upon, royalty.
T h at’s all—just a little incident
and fled precipitately back down the English w ords that he knew
happened in much less the
the stairway, that person would
have been excusable. F or cer “ milk,” so for several days he time o f telling. But it was a
tainly as homely a lot o f squaws lived on this wholesome diet. sight to do the eyes good and
were gathered about the d oor to After many varied and amusing make the heart glow, an object
greet all comers as one could ex- experiences, he arrived at Mc lesson in true courtesy all the
, pect to find about the tepees o f Allister College in , Minnesota. more potent because unconscious.
And they were re At this place he studied for five It was an incident to remember
inforced by a strapping, deep- years. Then he took a three and, remembering, to cherish.
buck,* w ho
exacted years’ medicaKourse and is now
State Couveutiou Ticket«.
tribute with a high hand and prephring to g o back to his
After nominating Binger Her
extended no favors. And there native land as a medical mis
mann and J. N. Williamson for
were others—squaws with pap- sionary.
Mr. Koshaba spoke of Persia, congress from the first and
pooses strapped to their backs,
government, customs, re second districts, the republicans
big Injuns stalking about, dusky
maidens gliding hither and ligions and the courtship and o f Oregon assembled in state
thither and many little Rain-in- marriage o f the Persian people, convention at Portland last
the-Faces frisking around. The He said: “ The Persia o f today is Thursday and put up the follow
man w ho claims that the Indi not the Persia o f the past.” ing ticket:
ans are dying off was found to Superstition and ignorance reign
Moore, o f Columbia county.
be in error, for on this occasion
Dairy and F ood Oommissoner
the aborigines wore out in suf
W. Bailey, of Multnomah.
ficient-force to have endangered
Presidential Electors—J. N.
■ the scalps o f the pale faces should' wealthy landlords*
Hart, o f Polk; James A. Fee, o f
they have been incited to an up
Grant B. Dimick, o f
The people w ho parted with tyrannical government, its total Clackamas; A. C. Hough, of
g o o d monev at the d oor seemed lack o f free education, its false re Josephine.
In the Third Judicial district—
t o be well pleased with the ex ligions and the degradation o f
Linn, Polk, Ya’mhill and
change, and the evening was en
The Mohammedan call to Tillamook counties*-Qeo. - H.
jo y e d by all. The stage was well
their manner o f praying, Burnett and B. L. Eddy were
arranged for the performance.
Young fir trees set around gave the specimen o f writing, the nominated for judges and J. H.
the “ forest primeval” effect, in the vivid description o f a Persian McNary for district attorney.
G. S. Wright o f McMinnville
foreground appearing a typical marriage ceremony and the song
was nominated for joint senator
tepee, with skins lying about
f Yamhill, Tillamook and Lin
“ ’mid camp fires gleaming.” It
w as all a good representation o f tiresome in the lecture from first coln counties, and W. T. West
an Indian lodge, and the make to last, and we are very sorry join t representative for Yamhill
for those w ho did n o f hear J oseph and Tillamook.
ups were strikingly realistic.
Koshaba.—W. R. M. in Crescent.
The state democratic conven
•'Sarai nwea Lullaby” . ...... .
tion was held in Portland Tues
i D . H t r o m e n t a l . “ Hiawatha’
A n Incident to Rem em ber.
o f this week. The ticket re
Scene I—Hiawatha’s Childhood.
Scene II—Warning of Nokomis.
One hears so much o f the b oor sulting reads:
Scene III—At the Arrow-Maker’s Lodge.
Scene IV—Admonition of Nokomis.
Supreme Judge—Thos. O’Day,
ish men w ho refuse to yield seats
Scene V—Hiawatha’s Wooing.
Scene Vi— Wedding Feast.
to ladies on street cars and o f Multnomah.
Scene VII—Death of Minnehaha.
Scene VIII— Prophecy of the Coming of the the boorish women who, when
Congressman from Second Dis
Scene IX —Coming of the White Man.
seats are given up, never utter a trict—J. E. Simmons.
Scene X —Departure of Hiawatha.
Congressman from First Dis
w ord o f thanks, that the little
«‘Anona” ................................... .......... Wallelah
The characters mentioned in the program: , incident given here is as a rift o f trict—Robert M. Ventch, Lane.
Hiawatha—L. B. Ferguson.
Dairy and Food Commissioner
sunshine on a cloudy day, the re
Minnehaha—Miss 8ibyl Woodward.
Nokomis—Mrs. W. E Terrell.
membrance o f which gladdens —S. M. Douglas.
The Arrow-Maker—W. C. Woodward.
The White Man (Priest)—Dr. George Larkin,
Presidential Electors—John A.
one into forgetting the un
assisted by H. Crater.
Little Hiawatha—Paul Moore.
Marion; T. H. Crawford,
Reader of the Evening—Mrs. Mabel H. pleasant.
Not long ago the writer was Union; W. B. Diller, Columbia,
Others assisted in the different scenes.
on a crowded interurban car, and J. H. Smith, Clatsop.
Sacsjawea- Mrs. O. C. Albertson.
Waskema—Miss Jessie Britt.
when a lady entered and, finding
Third Judicial District—F or
Wallelah—Miss Lucy Gause.
The short address by Mrs. no vacant seat near, hung to the Circuit Judges, R. P. Boise and
Evans o f Oswego, w ho has spent customary strap. The end o f William Galloway; for District
a good deal o f her life on the In- j the car at which she entered was Attorney, J. J. Whitney.
dian frontier, on the problem o f ¡filled with more men than gen-
F or Joint Senator for Yamhill,
the Indian was intensely inter tlemen, none ol whom took Tillamook and Lincoln, Dr. E. E.
esting, but no more entertaining notice o f her. It was then that Goucher o f McMinnville.
than her talk on her rare relics a common Chinese laborer arose,
F or Join£ Representative o f
which she had on exhibition, not and with gentle courtesy offered Yamhill and Tillamook, C. W.
the least o f which was the tom a- her his seat. He was not a Talmage o f Tillamook.
haw k used by Sitting Bull at the I polished, Americanized product;
battle o f the Custer massacre.
¡not at all—ju st a heathen j
Bacon Good Rnougli.
* \ Chinee- BroSans for Patent ' The lectui^ ~~kt the college
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' leathers, a blue blouse for b ro a d -' chapci iast evening by Dr.
At the college chapel, April 14 , cloth, a queue and shave head W oods Hutchinson, secretary o f
Joseph Koshaba, the distin- in place oi his neighbor’s fine t ^e state Board o f Health, on
guished Persian lecturer, gave head o f hair parted in the ¡ “ Some Delusions in Regard to
one o f the most entertaining middle, and a felt slouch in place Diet,” was one o ff the most en-
and instructive lectures that o f the shining silk hat. But for tertaining. as well as mstruct-
ive, heard in this town in many
Newberg has heard for a long his nationality and clothes we a day. The audience was kept
time. Mr. Koshaba appeared in would call him a gentleman, a ¡n a continual ripple o f laughter
his native costume, with the ex- title common to his fellow pas- by the doctor’s odd and w itty
planation that they were the sengers. T o the winds with con- remarks, and it is safe to say
garments in which he was to , ventional terms! The Chinaman that hereafter they will feel more
u- r n
free to eat what they want th a n !
have been married.
j was a prince
am ong his fellow s,, ever ljefore
Ik, ¿hinks that ]
The address began by his giv-j a n d ’neath his old blue jumper : nature
the best guide, and if,
ing a few personal reminiscences, beat the heart o f a true gentle- you like a thing, it is proper to
He was kept in his cradle until man.
! eat it. He has little regard for
seven years old and was then
And now’ for the supplement o f
the so-called health foods iand 1
sent to school. Gra<lUat.n*fron. the little p.ctnre., According t o , b
. butter and bacon are,
one o f Persia’s best colleges the common story, the w oman after
the best. Neither does
when sixteen, he took a position 1 would have .flopped down into fie believe in special foods while
as school teacher and preacher, the seat with an air which said, training for ’• athletic events.
It was his duty to preach four “ It’s high time y ou ’re getting" President Perrin- at th eriose of
the lecture, humorouslv said that
times per week, and
n ow out
n iv w
|lcar<1 so mucb l
teaching and preaching he re- more than a woman;
she was a heterodoxy
out into one ser-
ceivcd four dollars per month, gentlewoman, one o f nature’s mon.—Forest Grove Times.
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genuine De WTitt’s and a cure is
certain. There are many cheap
counterfeits on the market, all of
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harmless and cures. Sold by F.
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A business that is w orth hav
ing is certainly w orth going
Are Yon a Dyspeptic?
If you are a dyspeptic you owe it
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Despepsia annoys the
dyspeptic’s friends because his
disease sours his dispositiou as well
as his stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia
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indigestion and sour stomach, but
this palatable, reconstructive tonic
digestaut strengthens the whole
digestive apparatus and sweetens
the life as well as the stomach.
When you take Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure the food you eat is enjoyed.
It is digested, assimilated and its
nutrient properties appropriated by
the blood and tissues. Health is
the result. Sold by F. H. Caldwell
& Co., druggists.
I*ots ol men w ho g o west to
settle down fail to settle up be
Good for Children.
The pleasant to take and harm
less One Minute Dough Cure gives
immediate relief in all cases of
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it does not pass into the stomach,
but takes effect right at tb$ seat of
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Eccentricity is more often the
outcropping o f vanity than o f
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There was a big sensation in
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sumption. He writes: “ I endured
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but your New Discovery gave me
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Similar cures of consumption,
pneumonia, bronchitis and grip
are numerous. It’s the peerless
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We are making special prices troubles. Price 50c and $1. Guar
on lumber at the mill to farmers anteed by F. H. Caldwell & Co.,
and others w ho desire to do druggists. Trial bottles free.
their ow n hauling. The Chas.
K . Spaulding Logging Co.
21 You can take com fort tn one of
those “ M orris” chairs Porter &
Before purchasing your spring Larkin are giving aw ay w ith
hat, see Porter & Larkin.
13 cash purchases.
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