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VETÉKANH’ REUNION AND ENCAMPMENT,
TH E H ATCH ET.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. G ov’t Report.
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A U S T IN C R AIG
E d it o * Ann PnorniKTOK.
e l ia b l e
. E ig h t
T h e H A T C H E T litis th e L a r g e s t
C ir c u la t io n o f a n y n e w s p a p e r
In W a s h in g t o n C o u n ty .
A LYING NEWSPAPER.
C ustorhi is I ) r . Sam u el P it c h e r * » p r e s c r ip t io n fo r I m * ,/ * ? 1
am i C h ild r e n . I t co n ta in s n e i t h e r O p iu m , M o rp h in «*,*’“" ^ ,
th e r N a rc o tic substance.
I t is u h a rm le s s substit®,
g S y ru p s , a n d Castor
rule of faith. He believes the re
I t is P le a s a n t. Its g u a r a n te e is t h i r t y years* m, k
publican party is the only true
friend of silver and that its masses
will assert themselves and dethrone
the gold-usurpers who have largely
possessed themselves of the party
Castori» cure« Colic, Constipttioc,
••C antori» Uso writ ad apt« ! to children th at
machinery and support themselves
I recommend It as superior t««ny prescription Sour Stomach, Diarrhea*, Eructatio*
kills Worms, gives »deep, 4,,,]
by packed primaries, slated conven
ItnoAn to me." II. A. Attendi, M. !>.,
Ill ; o. Oxford f t., Brooklyn, S. Y.
tions and like scaly political meth
Y/ilhout. injurious medication.
*■ The e ■• * * * Co", »ria * i, so oniremal and
It is not true that “ Mr. Craig
“ For several years I have
its mèrli t.o »•< ¡1 tutor.n that it scorns a work
it. iVw uro the your ‘ Castoria,’ and shall alwin
of superen gallon to e:
printed and had circulated among
intelligent farv.":-. w..
do bo aa it has invariably produced b«
the members of the A. P. A. a cir
witiiia e—y reach."
E dw in F. P abdi *, m . d
cular, blacklisting a number of men
lifith Street and ?th Ave., 1 * ^
New York City.
on the republican ticket, including
Tuie C kntauh C o m pany , 77 M urray 8-nutrr, N ew T o *!
the supreme judge, congressman, people would call it a steal) of $70 Those completing the academy course
and joint senator” . No one of in printing the ballots, the difference were: Alfred Deihl Schoch, Mary Clark,
these candidates was blacklisted between the charge this year and Frank H irdin Adams, Florence Belle
Edwards, Osa Clark Gariington, Lorena
nor any such attempt made. I f two years ago fo r the same work.
Gleason, Lvnti Laiictfield, Jessie Lanct-
Mr. Gault will inquire o f the lead-
The H a t c h e t is well posted on
field, Fred Ward Fuelling, Winifred
ing one of these candidates he can several other matters and will Marsh, Harold Alva Rands, Thaddeus
easily ascertain the truth of this gladly talk them over with the In Sweek, Elua Walker, Klva Walker, Ed
Probably he already knows he has dependent if that journal cares to ward Rutherford Whitlock.
THE l e a d i n g d r u g g i s t OF WASHINGET o »»
been telling a falsehood.
continue the discussion.
UOl’ NTY, Carries the Largest Stock of Drugs in;r“~~
It would be hard to convince a man
In the second circular mentioned
and will Meet Prices that may be made by IrHOM
suffering from bilious colic that his
which he claims to reprint, he pur
THE TYRANT’S WAY.
one. Don't he humbugged, but eall on a Reliable!
agony is due to a microbe with an un-
posely leaves out a part of the num
pronouncable name. But one dose oi
gist of Experience.
bers referring to candidates in or
The ban recently placed by the De W itt’s Colic & Cholera Cure will
der to create a wrong impression Spanish government
Free convince him of its power to afford in
and give color to his misstatement Masons in Cuba brings to mind stant relief. It kills pain. J. C. Clark,
that it was untrue that this was a numerous similar struggles for lib druggist.
list of people who were being op erty recorded in modern history.
Iii Memory of Otis Haycock.
posed because they were claimed to Meetings of lodges were prohibited
Those contemplating gorç
W h e r e a s , The Supreme Ruler of the
Friday evening the republicans cele
Universe has removed from our midst should call on or address tin
be in sympathy with the principles as hostile to the govrnment and
brated a clean sweep in the recent elec
Pacific city ticket office, 135%
our friend Otis llaycock, he it
of the organization.
plotting places for conspirators.
tion. Anvils were booming and the
Resolved, As an offering of our regrets Portland, for rates to the folli
The Independent admits that the
The Masonic institution has ever band playing early in the evening. A
and a token of our respects and fraternal | nigs:
H a t c h e t supported the republican been the advocate of liberty and large number of people were present. sympathies that ill the untimely death of
Republican National Cooiof H
ticket. It is true it did and, like never where it has gained a foot Hon. T. II. Tongue, congressman-elect, our friend, Council 181, Mountain View, j Louis, M o., June 16.
made a speech from the balcony of the
everything else it goes into, it did hold
D em ocratic
has it rested
satisfied Ingles building. He scored the populists is sensible of a great loss, and while we
all in caustic terms and administered a bow with submission to the decree of the I Chicago, Ills., July 7.
Peoples party convention, ui
Through I .stinging rebuke to the republicans who inevitable, we realize that the order has
Mr. Craig went into the republi men was recognized.
lost an able supporter.
j can S ilver convention, St. Lea
can convention with no affiliations its lodges the United States achieved by their desertion of their party’s can
Resolved , That in his death, while we July 12.
that could in any wav interfere its independence, France freed her- didate had allowed a populist to come recognize with bowed heads the solem
National Convention You:;
with his allegiance to the republican self, Brazil and the other republics | so near defeating him. Mr. Tongue's nity of time’s decree, dust to dust, ashes Society C hristian Endeavor, I
j treatment of the money question was
party, he worked for every one and of the world gained their present clear and unequivocal, holding up to i to ashes, as members of this Council, we ton, I). C ., Ju ly 7th to 13th.
did not work against a single one of; form of government. Garibaldi’s ridicule the silver fallacy. How any one | shall ever mourn the memory of our be National Educational
the candidates on the republican work in Italy, and the efforts of could have been in doubt as to which loved friend, and to those nearer and meeting, Buffalo, N . Y ., July3! |
dearer we offer our fraternal sympathies
Encam pm ent Grand Army a
The Independent’s dis- Kossuth for Hungary were other side of the question he was on passes in our great bereavement.
public, St. Paul, Minn.,Septe«l|
quisition on political honesty has manifestations of Masonry,
Resolved, That these resolutions be
R. W . B a x t e r , Genenli
were anything like this one after elec
no application here and only calls
The action of the Spanish govern-
recorded in the records of this Council,
i tion. The greater part of his remarks
forth derision coming from so no- ment is what despotic power has was devoted to expressing his opinion of and that a copy he sent the family of our
torious a source.
often resorted to, only to find that a man who would accept a position on deceased friend, and one to the news
paper for publication.
Another of the many inaccuracies the desire for liberty is not to be a ticket and then work against it. Such
M. L. Vincent,
in this tissue of falsehoods is saying crushed, but is planted so deep in
and community. He hoped that in future
that Mr. Craig approached people, human hearts that death alone can
II. G. Parsons,
contests the enemy would be in front
supporting the republican ticket, remove it.
i instead of behind the back with a dag-
for “ assistance” . The chairman
ger. Such an action he considered po
litically dishonest and he had never .Small in size, but great in results.
of the republican state central com-
THE SOLDIERS AT ASTORIA,
The last place to gel »BO RO
been able to distinguish between per De \\ itt s Little Early Risers act gently
mittee was told that if the commit
supplies until yon reach ' I
but thoroughly, curing indigestion, dys
tee could assist bv advancing a cer-
^ *le Oregon National G uardis
lutnook. I can v afnlllwl
He spoke with feeling and so distinctly pepsia ami constipation. Small pill, safe
tain amount for a time a democratic worth a11 il costs l ust for the feelin8 ! that «very syllable was audible, though pill, best pill. J. C. Clark, druggist.
i Dry Goods and Groce
newspaper would be taken up of secunt>- it gives at such times as his voice was not raised to a strained
then, otherwise it would be neces- l*le Present- I he state can well , pitch. President Macrurn of the Mc-
q j ,-
Pasturage for Stork,
sary to wait until after election. afford to carry this insurance on the j K in ley Club presided. The enthusiasm
riv e hundred acres good grass, living
Cigars and T roL
| lasted long into the night.
A newspaper should not be ex property and lives of its citizens.
water, no barbed-wire fences, stock
The guard has made a very cred
salted once a week without extra charge. Fishing Tackle and all
pected to do everything.
people came in to the ratification at
supplies for a camp
H a t c h e t is a business enterprise. itable showing at Astoria and their Hillsboro. Anvils were fired, four bands Horses *1.00, cattle 75c per head per
month. Rates on four or more head.
It is willing to and does do a great presence will check the assasina- ; furnished music ami there was a general
Horses left here well he sent to the
Mr. Tongue addressed the
deal for the party, and does it tions that have been going on. While parade.
pasture, No scrub bulls or stallions
gratuitously. The action proposed the fishermen may not have been
taken. Care taken to prevent accidents
G A L E S CREEK
line as in his remarks of the previous
or escapes, but will be responsible for
would not have made any difference the direct cause of those cowardly evening at the Grove.
to the H a t c h e t , but would have murders, yet the unsettled condi
Greenville also had enthusiastic cele
Administrator's Sale of N 1
Edward J. Naylor.
materially benefited the republican tion has made opportunity for them. brations coming earlier than those at
N o tic e is h e r e b y given, that.
the Grove and Hillsboro.
ord er an d d e c re e o f th e County loom
ington C o u n ty , Oregon, ,na“ c.*“L
June 7. iHq*. a u th o riz in g so«]j
As to the indignation expressed county is likely to have peace.
in in istra to r o f th e estate of Man»
deceased, to s e ll, at private *a‘t i
by the A . P. A . people, it need not
b e lo n g in g to th e estate «
this world and can think of no pleasanter X OTM K I- IIKKKRY GIVEN TH AT T ill- estate
N ow , th e re fo r e , notice i»
worry the Independent. They can *'ie Ruar(t *las heen brought to the
I "Smy "wt .,."thT 5 toï!y,
b>: from an d a fte r J u ly 6, IS#- ^
or better way to do it than by recom
a d m in istr a to r o f th e above nam<U
probably attend to I heir own affairs 'arKest efficiency possible with the mending One Minute Cough Cure as a
and discipline any who may have
funds available. It is well preventive of pneumonia, consumption SK:
scribed at p r iv a te sale. Said reu
u la rly d escrib ed as follow*^
e.rî;- èîl’Î M S t 1 “ í < n,er‘::i C ' X ’dV.! p a S rtic
exceeded their authority.
when every one is depending on and other serious lung troubles that fol o
itu ated in W ashington f 00”/,,
E d i t o r . . . . home ,n h i.
" * ™ " T g l0ve. although two years ago
Building, Forest Grove, from 6 a m. to io p. m. | 6
o! each week day and alw ays glad to talk and held Coin's Financial School as
be talked to.
(Concluded troiu i*t PaKe )
was very p rrttj. Mr. Uovcr sang a tenor,
Mrs. Retd, contralto solo, quartette from
I Portland, soprano solo by Mrs. Coarsen,
duet by Mesdames Reed and Coarsen,
quartette, Mr». Grimes and Misses
Stewart. Merrymatt and Parker, bass
solo by Dr. Archer and u chorus from
37 plurality and in the district from the Union closed the Isrst program ever
10,000 to 70. The Independent rendered in Forest Grove.
The Choral Union consists of: soprano,
did not fail to do its part in bring,
Misses Stewart, Parker ami Gerrisli,
ing about this result.
Mesdames Chandler, Shannon. Laura
This is the paper that never rur - W ells and Lloyd; alto, Mesdames
ties for itself but depends on the Grimes, Pratt and 1 ). II. Thomas, Misses
public to support it. It has relied Anna Roe, Garrison and Gilpin; tenor,
so long on county aid that its editor Messrs. J. Wheeloek Marsh, F. E. Lloyd,
has come to believe that such pat J. W. Macrurn, Morrison and K. L.
Naylor; Lass, Messrs. II. L- Bates, 1 . I'..
ronage is exclusively his right and Bauer and H. D. Stewart.
feels aggrieved at any intrusion into
The Portland quartette was excellent
The H a t c h e t has and enthusiastically received as a quar
broken into this snap and is stand tette when its members appeared indi-
ing guard over the people’s inter vidualiv. The Cooral Union may con
gratulate itse f ou a thorough success due
est. It believes in practical econ to its own efforts as well as those ol its
Within the month it has instructor, Mrs. Reed. Attendance was
prevented an over charge (some Urge.
The Hillsboro Independent de
votes a column and a half editori
ally to reviewing ‘ ‘Mr Craig's ex
planation“ which appeared in the
H a t c h e t of a fortnight ago. It
had not been our intention to waste
atty more space on the election
question. Election is over. Peo
ple have grown tired of these mat
ters and sufficient reasons have been
given for a thousand times narrower
escapes than befell any of the re
publican ticket from the congress
man to the school superintendent.
However, if the political history of
Washington county must be fully
chronicled, the H a t c h e t will fur
nish such contributions as it can
towards a full and fair understand
ing of the situation.
The editorial in the Independent
must lie at the door of Mr: Gault,
regardless ol authorship, for his
name appears as editor, yet it is
with reluctance we impute the bare
misstatements, the misrepresen
tations, and the false conclusions
in which the article abounds
to a man in whose honor we had
firm belief, even while we often had
occasion to deplore that weak sub
jugation of his own views to those
of others which led him into as
many inconsistencies as ever dis
graced the most chamcleonish poli
tician. A lawyer seeking to pre
sent his client’s case in the most
forcible light might, perhaps, de
ceive himself into the belief that he
was justified in withholding part of
the truth, in coloring it, in drawing
threadbare conclusions from it, but
no honest attorney could justify
himself in direct falsifying. Much
less is there excuse for a newspaper
man whose aim should be to tell
things as they are, drawing such
inferences for the guidance of his
readers as his best and truest judg
ment can afford.
Though an article whose warp is
falsehood and whose woof is malice
deserves no attention and its influ
ence can not be harmful, appearing
as it does in a newspaper whose
columns have been so persistently
prostituted to aid and defend shady
politics, yet such falsehoods should
not go unchallenged. To read the
article is to pass from one lie to an
other until the moralizing at the
end is reached where the pharisaical
old ring organ, within whom is po
The whole article seems the
litical rottenness, with self con veriest rot, but the worst absurdity
demning frankness declares that in suggesting that a young man
“ Honesty is the best policy” , ales- coming here unknown but a short
son that probably it has learned time ago, should have been able to
from its own failure, for its lack of | affect so greatly the vote on a man
honesty has made it decline year by who was occupying prominent po
year so that although the oldest of sitions before the other had ever
the county newspapers it is now seen the light of day.
the smallest and still failing.
The efforts of that one s friends
The opening statement, that Mr. to obscure his money views until
Craig belongs to a silver organiza after election unquestionably made
tion, is a lie, as the Independent a difference in the vote on congress-
well knows. He does not belong man. So also did the attempt to
to any silver organization of any have him stand on both sides of
description whatever and never has. the separation-of-church-and-state
He is a silver man, but that does issue by representing him as a
not mean that he is toolish [enough martyr for their opinions to each of
to go to a party that cries silver the two parties. To these ill ad
only to get into power and issue vised friends belongs the blame for
paper. He has no more use for the the poor showing he made in this
populist party than he has for the I an<J ¡n other counties.
hide-bound gold people with whom double-facedness has cut down the
the Independent is now hand in vote in this county from a 700 to a
J. C. C la r k . . .
J. C. C L A R K , Drugf
Stop at the ...
Last Chance GriJ
them and recognizing their worth
t0 suKKest l 'iat a number of useless
expenses might well be cut off and
*^e mone>’ appropriated to ,increas-
*nK and improving the guard.
COMMENCEMENT IS OVER.
Commencement has come and
gone, »nd with it the students and
visitors. Each returning gradua-
Uon l'me brings lresh evidence of
fbe regard of the former students of
Tualatin Academy and Pacific Uni-
versity for their college parent,
Many of them were present wel-
coming the recent addition, to the
The year just closed has been a
prosperous one and the outlook for
the coming year is bright with
promise. T . A . and P. U. is firmly
fixed in the favor of the people of
the Pacific Northwest. The high
low neglected colds.
J. C. Clark, drug th îlleo,T;n’ ‘, ' t H ,'^ i,^ ( è n*
Grand Lodge of Masons.
hereby requeued and required t i / T ïl Î Î * '1** Rre
The Grand Lodge of Oregon, A. F. and Executor of the In.t win *1 ’ , ' I KEll,
John w stïowbrtV. deeîÏÏeU <‘n,*,i‘ 10-14
A. M., convened in Portland, last week.
ore»t Omve, Orenoii, June 10. ¡¡¡M.
The following grand officers were elected
Master, Philip Metschan; deputy master
H. Hobson; senior warden, J. B.
Cleland; junior warden, J. M. Hodson;
secretary , J, F. Robinson; treasurer, D
C. McKercher; chairman educational
fund, Jacob Mayer.
Children’, Day will be observed next
Sabbath at it a m. A beautiful pro
gram entitled “ The Young Crusader, '
will be rendered by the children and
young people, at the close of which the
n te of baptism will be administered and
member, received with the church.
The Epworth League will meet at 7 p
m. There will be preaching be the pas-
tor at 8 p. m.
A d m in is tra to r o f th e E s ta te * '
la n d . D eceased.
Notice is hereby given
has b een d u ly ap p oin ted by tb* ,
the state o f O re g o n for Washing®*!
m in is !r a tr is o f th e estste of J ^ J
d ecea se d , la te o f W ashing»*®
and th a t sh e h a s d u ly
upon th e d is c h a r g e o f her
A ll p erso n s th e re fo re havia*^
*aid e sta te a re h e re b y requ< •«”- *r |
prez nt th e m to th e u n d e ra ^ * "* ]
A a . on P fa n n e r a t Forest Grf**' j
co u n ty , O re g o n , w ith the 1
w ith in s ix m o n th s from tb e¿at®
Un Improved Farm Property
■ IT CURRENT RATES OF INTEREST,
•td'lrr«. with particular?
CAM MANS & LAMSON
'■ «** Btt,.„„c,
w it: B e g in n in g on th e K Hoe®
land cla im o f K . W a lk er and woe.»
3 W ., at a p o in t S deg. 30 nun-by
from th e S. K. C o rn er o f the same*1*
deg. 27 m in . W . 3.66 chs ,
th en ce K. 3.39 c h s., thence N
t.iS chs. to th e p la c e ot beginning.
A lso, b e g in n in g at the S-
above d e sc rib e d tract and runnn^
feet, th e n c e K . 3.39 chs.. thence -
K 25 feet to th e S . K Corner
cribed tract, th e n c e W. to th ei» * ^
T e rm s o f s a le : o n e h a lf of tne V“
cash in h an d , o n e h a lf in °P* ,
p a ym en t to d ra w interest at
num and to b e secured by n10™ ^
sold. C o n v e y a n c e s to be nt tne
p u rch a ser. *
D ated at H illsb o ro Oregon, l»«
Rtpana Tabules cure dyspepsia.
Ripans Tabule« assist digestion
\dm iniatratrix o f the Hal
Ripsna T a b u la m i* billottan«,«.
F n r ^ '^ v c 'o r r a o n D*“