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FORI-.S 1 G R O V E . Forest R eb ekah lodge No !
t h i S ' w * I " " t 1'1 F 5II ow s h “ n un 111,- first and
th ird W ed n esd ay o f each m onth.
VTK O F O R E G O N .
............. W in. P. L o rd
H arrison R. K in c a id
, , P h illip M et »chain
^ . M. Irw in
. W . II. Leed s
C has. K. W o lv e rto n
........K. S. B ean
F A . M oore
T . A . M cB rid e
T . J . C le c to u
Jo h n 11 M itch ell
...G eo W M cB ride
G eo. W . P a tte rso n
.. S
1 )
District
fili D istrict
etiator
I1N G T O V
B. P. C o rn e liu s
,L). B. K e aso n er
....... T . G . T od d
. J . A . im b rie
w
B rad fo rd
K. L. M cC o rm ick
A . B .C a d y
.G e o rg e H. W ilc o x
........... A u s tin C ra ig
L. K. W ilk e s
............... C. L . L a rg e
T h ir d M o n d a y in M arch and
kt
h M o n d a y in N o vem b er,
i r — F irs t M o n d a y in ea ch m o n th .
;Ks'
C o u r t - F irst
lay in e a c h m o n th ,
' FOREST
W e d n e sd a y
g r o v e
H IL L S B O R O .— M ontezum a lo d ge No. so m eets !
m its h a ll on ev e ry W ed n esd ay evening.
j
H IL L S B O R O .— W ashington encam pm en t No
fourth
haU
0,1 lht> second and
fourth 1 uesd ays F<V
of ll0Wu
each m
onth.
.
Brick for Sale!
160.000 Good Quality
Cheap
H I 1 .I,SW > r o
H illsboro R ebekah lo d ge No.
et’enlng*. “ ° dd Fel,OW8 hal1 'v e r y Saturd ay
S i-
IT .
1 m ile
Y ard
• 1 i G ) K,V v *L L E .— C h arity L odge No. 75 m eets
« e h m ontli0“ lh * 8 r“1 “ " ' l lh ir '‘ S a l,,r‘l» ys in j
hf,<i|AS. l V.N _Wul>ato lo d g e No. 40 m eets in its
h a ll on th e first, th ird and fifth S atu rd ays in
eacn m onth.
COUNTY.
rintendeut.
N orth w est o f F orest G rove.
S. HUGHES & SON
Dave ju st receiv ed a fu ll lin e o f
K. OF p.
McCormick
F O R E S T G R O V E . - D elphos lo d ge No. to
m eets in M ason ic h all ev ery S atu rd ay even in g.
H IL L S B O R O .- Phoetrix lo d ge No. 34’ m eetsin
M asonic h a ll ev ery M onday evening.
• ^ ()KN F; l H 'S . -Sim onides lo d ge No. 34 m eets I
m |its c a s tle h a ll ev ery S aturd ay even in g.
Harvesting Machinery
G L K N C O E - G le n c o e lo d g e No. 22 m eets in '
in its castle h a ll on ev e ry altern a te.S atu rd ay .
j o f th e
latest p attern .
A lso a fu ll and
com plete lin e o f extras for th e M cC o r­
It. 8.
T h e y h av e also a lin e
F O R E S T GROVE*. — D elp h a tem p le, No. 7 I m ick m achines.
m eets 111 M asonic hall on th e second and fourth
of
W ed n esd ay o f each m outh.
BINDERS’ TWINE, OILS, ETC.
H IL L S B O R O .— Ph oen icia tem p le m eets in M a- i
som e h a ll
A. O. tr. \V.
FO R FIST GROVES Forest G ro v e lodge No.
60 m eets in Odd F ellow s h all on ev e ry T u esd ay
1 even in g.
F O R E S T G R O V E — D egree o f H onor lo d ge
m eets in Odd F e llo w s h all th e second T u esd ay
...................H on. S. H u g h es. i o f each month.
A lso a com plete lin e o f h a y in g tools,
I such as S C Y T H E S , F O R K S ,
HAY
I
j C A R R IE R S , R O P E , E T C .
T h e y are
fu lly prepared to m eet th e w an ts o f th e
people for the h a rv e st o f 1896.
A ve.
Pacific
ro years, T . C. M cN a iu er, H u g h
I). C. S tew art, P resid en t.
H ILLSB O R O . H illsboro lo d ge No. 61 m eets
in its h a ll on th e first and th ird F rid a y s in each
m o n th .
SH K R W O O D . —Sherw ood lo d ge No. 20 m eets
in its h a ll ev ery T h u rsd a y even in g.
............................ A a ro n W ells.
................... J. C. G reer.
............. T . y. H arris
T I G A R D V I L L K .—T ig a r d v ille lo d ge m eets in
its h all on th e seeond and fourth Saturd ays in
each m onth.
New Photograph Gallery
To serve o n e y ea r, A . T . K n o x ,
iuxton, C. L . L a rg e ,
litters o f C ity C o u n c il.
¡ouncilmcu S te w a rt, L a r g e and
Ucounts. - C o u n c ilm e n M c X a m e r,
lith.
blic Property.— C o u n cilm en S m ith ,
V r.-C oun cilm en B u x to n , S m ith
T U A L A T IN .
T u a la tin lo d ge m eets in its
h all 011 th e second and fourth S atu rd ays in each
m on th .
K. O. T. 31.
F O R E S T G R O V E .— F orest G ro v e ten t No. 21
m eets in M asonic h all on th e second and fourth
T u e sd a y s in each m onth.
H IL L S B O R O .— V io la tent No. 18 m eets in Odd
F e llo w s h a ll on th e second and fourth T h u rs­
d a y s in each m onth
P. OF H.
tice— C ou n cilm en L a rg e , S te w a rt
ns.—C oun cilm en M c N a iu e r, B ux-
mcilraen S te w a rt, M c X a m e r a n d
H illsb oro G ran g e m eets in its h a ll on th e sec­
ond and fourth S atu rd ays in each m outh at 12 m .
O. A. R.
FO REST GROVE.
I w ould resp ectfu lly an n ou n ce to th e
citizen s o f F orest G ro ve and v ic in ity
th at I h ave opened up a p h o to g ra p h
g a lle ry in the B oos b u ild in g , n e x t d oor
to R e y n o ld ’s m eat m ark e t, w h ere I w ill
do first-class w ork o f a ll k in d s, and ferro­
ty p e for those th a t w ould p refer them .
A ll w ork n e a tly and p ro m p tly done.
C o p yin g and e n la rg in g o f old p ictu res a
sp ecia lty. Please ca ll and e x a m in e sa m ­
ples o f w ork.
V e r y resp ectfu lly,
24
I. N . H o b b s .
F o rest G r o v e .—Jam es B. M atth ew s Post, No.
6, m eets in M asonic h all on th e first and th ird
W ed n esd ays in each m onth.
Dentistry.
W. R. C.
I)r. R. H. H o v e y h a v in g lo ca te d in
......... F ire W a rd en
F'orest G ro v e.—Jam es B. M atth ew s R elief
Forest G rove for th e p ractice o f d en tistry
J u stice o f th e P ea ce C orp s m eets a ltern a te T h u rsd a ys in Odd Eel- j
lo w s h all.
tak es th is m eth od o f in fo rm in g th e p u b ­
I. O. G. T.
lic th at he is prep ared to do a n y w o rk in
,.S ch o o l D ire c to rs
F orest G r o v e .—F o rest"G ro v e lo d g e No.
th at lin e. O ffice in In g le s & F o rte r’s
m eets in its h a ll ev e ry S atu rd ay ev en in g .
b u ild in g .
........... S ch o o l C le r k
P rin cip a l o f S c h o o l
bruii D ir e c t o r y .
IE G A T IO N A L C H U R C H .
H illsb o ro .— H illsb oro lo d ge m eets in its h all
e v e r y S atu rd ay. J u v en ile T em p le , Sundays,
3 P
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\ \ ’’’A N T E D S E V E R A L F A IT H F U L M EN OR
\ \
W om en to tra v e l fo r resp on sib le e s ta b ­
W. OF THE W.
lish ed h o u se in O regon . S a la r y $ 78 ,), p a y a b le
F'orest G ro v e C am p No. 98, m eets in Odd F el­ $lf> w e e k ly and ex p en ses. P o sitio n p erm an e n t.
lo w s h all th e first and th ird S atu rd ay in each R eferen ce. E n clo se self-addressed stam p ed e n ­
m on th .
velope. l He N a tion a l, S tar B u ild in g , C h ic a g o .
R o g e r s , P a s t o r ,
A.
Sunday a t 11 a. 111. a n d 8 p. in.
after m orn in g service,
ings every T h u r s d a y e v e n in g at
tv
c’s m eeting o n e h o u r b efo re Sun-
; always c o r d ia lly w elco m ed ,
)IST E P IS C O P A L C H U R C H ,
j. A. W a t t e r s , P a s t o r .
jy Sunday at 11 a. m . an d 8:30 p. m.
at 12.15 P- ni. J u n io r le a g u e e v e ry
]U. I,;. wm tli le a g u e at
p. ill.,
rt m eeting 7:30 p. m ., T h u rs d a y .
IRISTIAN C H U R C H .
See every S u n d a y a t 11 a. 111. an d
Way school a t 10 a. 111. A aro n
Prayer m eetin g T h u r s d a y even-
la. Sr. V. p. S. C. K. S u n d a y even -
[m. Jr. Y. P. S. C. E . S u n d a y j
r. m. S y lv ia E d w a rd s, p resid en t,
le cordially in v ite d to a ll th e s e I
ice o f F o r e s t G r o v e .
EF.LOCK M A R S H , P. M.
*ND DEPARTU RE OK M A ILS.
and and a ll p o in ts E ast: D e­
mand 4:20 p. m . A r r iv e s 9*40 a. in.
nd points S o u th : D e p a rts 8:35
>5 p. m.
.M anning, B u x to n a n d V ern o n ia:
Departs 1 p. m .
Arrives 11:30. D e p a rts 1:30
A First Class Grocery Store
A l a r m — R a p id ta p p in g
«location o f th e fire w illb e indi-
imber o f fu ll ta p s g iv e n b etw een
~m> c o rre sp o n d in g to t h e num -
>se lim its a re g iv e n b elo w .
¿Three taps, p a u se, th re e tap s,
- F iv e tap s.
WARD L IM IT S .
1 o f Pacific a v e n u e an d east
-North o f P a cific a v e n u e and
1 Wav and B street,
faylor s ad dition.
Between P a cific a v e n u e and
Outh.
stween Second a v e n u e an d S ou th
nth Park ad d itio n .
N C O U N TY P O S T O F F I C E S .
B ax ton
C en terv ille
W iley
F arm in gton
G reen ville
Gaston
Laurel
M ountaindale
R eedville
B loom ing
T hatcher
Phillip?
B ea verto n
C o rn e liu s
F ir
G le n c o e
G le n w o o d
H illsb o ro
M id d leton
P ro g re ss
S h erw o o d
T u a la tin
Lenox
1c Societies.
All kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stone­
ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons,
Brooms, Mop Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles,
Wood and Willow Ware of all kinds, Fish­
ing Tackle and all kinds of Seeds.
Tea ami Coffee a Specialty
McNAM ERS
MEAT
MARKET
S E L L S O N I .Y T H E B E S T O K
Meats, Sausages,
Fish and Poultry
The Country affords, in Great
......................................... Variety and at Moderate Prices
A General Shipping Business,
Wholesale and Retail,
Done in All Kinds of Dressed Poultry, Fat Hogs,
Spring Lambs and Veal Calves.
BUYER AND SELLER.
Murk»»»».
T E L E e P n H u O n N W E , Farm
W e.
FOREST
OROVE.
_______________
THE old w il t r o p t m il l
GALES CREEK.
All Grades of
Hough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
*• AND a . m .
- H olb roo k L o d g e , No. 30.
Rie T h u rs d a y b e fo r e t h e fu ll
wth.
ye
T m lity lo d g e , N o . 6. m e e t , in
toy on or a fte r t h e fu ll m oon
■ Beaverton lo d g e N o . 100 m eets
« the first T u e s d a y in e*ch
o. e . *.
Tualatin C h a p te r m e e ts in Ma-
d and fo u rth T u e s d a y s in
--— F orest C h a p te r N o . 4*
: h l l on th e first a n d th ird
■ th.
T
i m
e s
.
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
V ol. Il, No. ‘¿ 4, Vol. V ili, No. .*13
The Quadrant Case.
Mitchell in the Grove.
W estern O regon .
T h e Q u ad ran t case th ro u g h S e n a to r i M o n d a y a ftern oon S e n a to r M itch e ll
W e a th e r— D u rin g th e p a st w eek or 10 M itc h e ll's efforts h as been a d v a n ce d on sp o k e in F o re st G rove, bu t from e a rly
d a y s a d ecid e d c h a n g e h as tak e n p lace th e Su prem e cou rt d o ck e t so th a t it w ill in th e m orn in g th e w ag o n s loaded w ith
in th e w eath er co n d itio n s w h ich m ark s be tak en up in O cto b er or N o v e m b er in- j p e o p le w ere a rriv in g an d m ost o f them
a d istin c t lin e betw een th e su m m er and stead o f th ree or four years h e n ce as it sp en i th e m o rn in g s h o p p in g as th e nutn-
fall w e ath e r. C o m pared w ith th e w eek w ould h av e been h ad it follow ed th e reg- b ers o f b u n d les th at w ere b ein g carried
testified . T h e H illsb o ro d elegation w as
e n d in g on th e 7th in st., th e tem peratu re u lar course.
T h is is as g re a t a favor as co u ld be ob- accom p an ied b y th e ir b a n d , and w ith
of th e past w eek h as avera ged 10 d eg rees
co o le r d a ily . T h e re h a v e been c h illy tain ed lor a fter M r. M itc h e ll’s return th e G r o v e b an d also p la y in g , th ere w as
1 and fo g g y m orn in gs sin ce T u esd ay, and from h is v isit h ere last year, tru e to h is m usic galore.
T h e d a y w as so c h illy th at it w as
so low h as th e tem p eratu re fa llen in prom ise, h e a t o n ce tc o k up th e m atte r
som e section s th a t frost w as a vo id e d
Gie a tto rn e y-g e n e ral and th e case th o u g h t best to h av e th e sp e a k in g in-
o n ly th ro u g h th e p resen ce o f clo u d in ess w as p u t at th e h ead o f th e list bu t several ] doors, and th e beau tifu l a u d itoriu m o f
and sm o k e . In th e W illa m e tte v a lle y oth ers h ad been a d v an ce d too and it had M arsh h all w as secured.
T h e oth er
th e tem p eratu re fell as low as 44 and 46 to follow th em . 1 he sen ator also b rou gh t room s on th e second floor o p e n in g in to
d eg re e s, w h ile in th e U m pq u a and R o g u e c^le situ atio n b efore Mr. H u n tin g to n ot it w ere also occu pied and fu lly i 100 found
riv e r v a lle y s th e m inim u m tem p eratu re *Lhe S o u th e rn P a cific system and urged seats or stood in th e h all d u rin g th e ad-
fe ll to 42 d eg rees on four m orn in gs o f th e ! hi*11
in v e stig a te , te llin g him o f the Iresses.
w eek. In S o u th ern O rego n a lig h t frost n um erous se ttle rs and th e co m fo rta b le
S ta te S e n ato r S am H u g h es in trod u ced
o ccu rred on th e m orn in g o f th e 9th, an d 1 h om es th e y h ad m ad e for th em selves, S en ato r M itc h e ll, w ho prefaced h is re­
it is th e first report o f th e occu rren ce o f ! I f th e r a ilw a y officials cou ld go o v er the m arks w ith a b rie f sta tem en t of th e pres­
frost in W estern O regon th is fa ll. O n la rg e region and see th e grea t im p rove­ en t con d ition o f th e q u ad ran t case. T h is
th e sam e m orn in g traces o f frost were m en ts w h ich h av e been m ade by y e a r s o f is giv en u n der th a t h e a d in g in a n oth er
n oted in som e portions o f th e W illa m e tte sa v in g and h ard est w ork th e y w ou ld be colu m n. T h e body o f th e add ress u rged
v a lle y . In th e north ern portions o f the less th an h um an w ere th e y to d ep rive u n ited action o f rep u b lica n s against th e
W illa m e tte v a lle y and a lo n g th e C o ­ th em o f ail th e w ag es o f th eir lon g labor. p a r ty ’ s old e n e m y , s ta te ’s rig h ts, fo r
lu m b ia to th e coast, lig h t ra in fell .Sat­ S om e com prom ise w ould su re ly effected. w h ich th e oth er p latform s d eclared th e y
W ith a rig h teo u s cause to be d ecided den ou n ced th e presiden t as e x c e e d in g his
u rd ay n ig h t and S u n d a y m orn in g. T h e
w e a th e r h as been g e n e ra lly clo u d y and b v th e h ig h est cou rt o f ju stice , w ith th e pow er w h en he en forced th e law in a
th e clo u d s h a v e m a te ria lly lessen ed th e g o v e rn m e n t m o ra lly bound to m ak e 1 sta te w hose g o v e rn o r w as in sym pathy
d e n sity o f th e sm oke. A t p resen t th ere good the loss b y im p ro v em en ts w h ich w ith la w b re ak e rs and refu sed to pre­
are in d ica tio n s o f lig h t o cca sio n al sh o w ­ h a v e been m ade th ro u g h co n fid en ce in serve order. T h is p ern iciou s d octrin e,
th e p a ten ts w h ich it h as issued and w ith th a t th e sta tes are su perior to th e g e n ­
ers.
C rops— A c tiv ity in th e h arv e st field s th e O rego n m em b ers o f con gress p led ged eral g o v e rn m e n t, w h ich Jackson re­
h a v in g ceased o w in g to a ll th e g ra in e x- t0 see ‘ h at th e go v e rn m e n t does r ig h t pressed an d L in co ln cru sh ed, is again
ce p t very late-sow n h a v in g been secured ‘ he w ro n g , it seem s as th ou g h th e quad- rea ssertin g it s e lf and to S e n a to r M itch e ll
am l th re sh e d , farm ers a n d th re sh in g ra n ‘ se ttle rs w h o h a v e suffered so m u ch seem s a d an ger so te rrib le th a t it over­
h an d s h ave tu rn ed th eir a tte n tio n to h op are at hist b e g in n in g to see th e su n lig h t sh ad ow s m on ey or ta r iff issu es and
p ic k in g . F o r several ye a rs th ere h as : b re a k in g th ro u gh th e d ark clo u d s w h ich sh ou ld ra lly to th e re p u b lica n standard
been an over-p rod uction o f h op s, ca u sin g ■ h av e been th re a te n in g them ,
e v e ry lo v e r o f h is co u n try as in ’61 it
th e price to fa ll so th at m a n y grow ers
b ro u gh t in to th e U n io n ’s g ra n d a rm y a ll
h ave n e g le cte d th eir yard s. T h ro u gh o u t
th e lo ya l o f th e nation . M r. M itch ell
Sudden Death near Buxton.
th e h o p g ro w in g section s m an y ya rd s un ­
S a tu rd a y e v e n in g C o ron er L a rge w as d isavow ed th a t th e m on ey p la n k o f th e
c u ltiv a te d h ops can be ob served . O th er su m m on ed to n e a r B u xton w h ere Joel S t. L o uis co n ve n tio n d eclare d for a sin-
gro w ers h a v e exp en d ed th e usual am ou n t G ra u d h o lm h ad been found dead on h is 1 file 8 °ld sta n d a rd but held th a t its friend-
o f a tte n tio n o f tim e and la b o r on th e ir h om estead. A ju r y co n sistin g o f T . J . lin ess tow ard in te rn a tio n a l b im etallism
hops; th e com p arison sh o w s a m ark ed H arris, J. A . T h o rn b u rg , L. F . C arsten s, w as m ore e n co u rag in g to s ilv e r m en th an
d ifferen ce in th e c u ltiv a te d an d u n cu lti­ C. W illia m s , W in . In g le s and A . L . th e p rotestation o f th e d em o cra tic and
v ated h op. T h e c u ltiv a te d h op is su per­ S te p h e n s w as secu red and an in v e s tig a ­ p op u list p la tfo rm s, for th e p o s sib ility o f
ior in size a n d q u a lity to th e best p ro­ tion m ad e re su ltin g in a v e rd ict th a t d e ­ in d ep en d en t b im e ta llism
u n der free
d uced last year. N e cessa rily th e h o p ceased ca m e to h is d ea th on th e n t h trad e w as as v isio n ary as a railroad to
y ie ld w ill be lig h t th is year. T h e c u lti­ from h e a rt fa ilu re. D r. W ard m ade th e th e p la n e t M ars. T h a t th e p la n k d e­
v ated hop w ill, as a ru le, be p ick e d , but e x a m in a tio n and M essrs. A d am S im p so n , cla red u n reserv ed ly for sou n d m oney
few o f th e oth ers w ill be saved. A co r­ C. A . P eterson , F ra n k P e trzilk a , A , B le d ­ cou ld be o b je ctio n ab le to no one for
resp on d en t a t G a le s cre e k states th at soe, A . J. N o y e s and R. N . V a rle y a p ­ e v e ry b o d y w an ts a fin a n cial system in
o n ly a few y a rd s o f h ops w ill be p ick ed peared as w itn esses.
Tin. b od y w as w h ich one d o lla r sh all he as go o d as a n y
in th is section . A n o th e r corresp on d en t b u rie d in th e B u xton cem etery.
oth er. A tte n tio n o f th e farm ers was
a t W ood b u rn , M arion co u n ty , states
M r. G ran d h o ltn w as a S w ede, 24 years ca lle d to th e fa ct th a t M r. B ryan w as the
th a t p ic k in g is p rogressin g, but m an y old , u n m arried , and h ad no re la tiv e s ex a u th or o f th e ta r iff sch e d u le s on agricu l-
ya rd s w ill be le ft u n p ick ed . T h e hops cep t a siste r in M assach usetts. H e h a d tu ral prod u cts in th e W ilson -G orm an
are o f good q u a lity in W ash in g to n co u n ty. a h om estead c la im an d som e person al 1 a c t* 1 he sp e a k e r w as freq u e n tly ititer-
T h e d am p and fo g gy m orn in gs h ave p rep erty. 11 is h orse w as en tru sted to rup ted b y bursts o f applau se.
been bad on hops, ca u sin g m o ld to set Mr. C arsten s and co ro n er took ch arg e o f
A t th e clo se C o n gressm an T o n gue
in q u ite th ic k in p laces, e sp e cia lly in h is effects.
T h e p ro p e rty w ill a ll be ” >ade a few rem arks. A n o tab le feature
low g ro u u d and in p laces w h ere the tu rn ed o v er to th e c o u n ty treasu rer b u t w as
H o d . A. H intnan w h o h as been
g ro w th ot le a ve s has been h e av y.
it w ill n o t co v e r th e exp en se to th e th e le a d e r o f th e silv e r forces, w as seated
A ll h a rv e stin g and th re sh in g h a v e been co u n ty.
on th e p la tfo rm . M r. H in n ian is ju s t 1
stro n g a silv e r m an as ever, but believe*
d one e x c e p t ‘ late-sow n oats. F arm ers
are w e ll a d v a n ce d w ith th eir w o rk . A ll
th a t th ere is m ore real frien d sh ip for
Court House News.
silv e r in th e M c K in le y cam p th an in th e
crop s are a p p ro a ch in g m a tu rity ra p id ly.
In th e m atte r o f th e estate o f G e o rg e B ryan co m b in a tio n .
M on d ay w as an
T h e p o ta to cro p has a bou t m ad e its
g ro w th , h a v in g received u n dou b ted bene­ G ro n er, d e c ’d. A d m in is tra to r a u th o rized e ve n tfu l d a y in W a s h in g to n co u u ty , and
fit from th e e a r ly A u g u st rain s, y e t the to se ll personal p ro p e rty o f said e sta te m an y a m an w h o h ad been h e sita tin g
crop w ill n o t be an avera ge. T h e vin es are a t e ith e r p u b lic o r p riv a te sale as h e h ow to ca st h is b a llo t m ade up h is m ind
m a y d eem b est.
to v o te for th e p a rty th a t h as so far
c h a n g in g color.
In th e m atte r o f th e estate o f P a tric k h elped th e co u n try ou t o f a ll its troublen
C orn is a g o o d crop. T h is has been an
A d m in istra to r g ra n te d , and un der w h ose a d m in istratio n is has
e x c e p tio n a lly good y e a r for th e gro w th B yrn es, d e c ’d .
o f corn , o w in g to th e g re a te r nu m b er o f le a v e to sell real e sta te a t p riva te sa le , ; ever p rospered . N ov. 3 w ill b e a second
w arm n igh ts; th e ears are fillin g w ell and term s to be on e-th ird ca sh in h an d , one- ! V erm o n t in W a sh in g to n cou n ty.
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th e g ra in b e co m in g hard , sh o w in g th a t th ird in on e y e a r and b a la n ce in tw o I
it w ill be re a d v to h arvest in abou t a years, d eferred p a y m e n ts to be secu red I
Boos & H. Assign.
m onth . M uch corn in th e W illa m e tte b y m o rtg a g e at e ig h t per ce n t, in terest.
T u esd ay n ig h t th e firm o f Boos &
v a lle y is still in th e ro a stin g ear.
In th e m atte r o f th e e sta te o f A lo is H e itzh a u sen , g e n e ra l m erch a n ts, m ade
T h e frost w h ic h occu rred on th e m orn ­ H a rtw e ig e r, d e c ’d .
Josop h H a rtw e ig e r a ge n e ral a ssign m e n t to R . L . S a b in o f
in g s o f th e 9th and lo th w as su fficie n tly a p p o in te d a d m in istra to r w ith b on ds
P ortlan d for th e benefit o f a ll th e ir cred ­
h e a v y to k ill cu cu m b er and squash vines fixed at $¡3000.00, le tte rs to issue upon
itors. T h e firm has been h ard pressed
in som e lo ca litie s. C rops are so far a d ­ a p p ro v al o f b on d. J. C . H a r tle y , F ra n k for som e tim e th ro u g h h a v in g la rg e pro­
v an ced th a t frost can do b u t little d am ­ B ra d ley and T h o s. S . W ilk e s a p p oin ted p e rty in terests on w h ich it w as u n ab le
age. A ll k in d s o f fruit are m a ltin g good a ppraisers.
to realize an d m a n y u n c o lle c ta b le a c­
p rogress in rip en in g . B a rtle tt p ears are
In le g u a rd ia n sh ip o f th e person and coun ts. L a st T h u rsd a y S h e r iff B radford
rip e, a n d w h a t few rem ain are d eliciou s. estate s o f A lic e E . and John L . B arrett, served an a tta ch m e n t in fa vo r o f th e
It seem s th at th e frosts o f th e sp rin g m inors.
F in a l re p o rt
filed sh o w ­ S tan d ard O il C o m p a n y , for $ i i o a n d $ 9
le ft’ en ou gh fru it for h om e con su m p tion. in g bu sin ess o f th e g u a rd in a sh ip to be
in terest, w h ich b ro u g h t m atte rs to a
O ic h a rd ists are lo o k in g C a r e f u l l y a fter fu lly tra n sacted .
O rd ered
th a t the crisis. Ju stice D olstru m w as p u t in
th e ir o rch a rd s, w ith th e h ojie o f goqd g u a rd ia n h e re in be d isch a rg e d , h is b o n d .- ch arg e as a sp ecial d ep u ty and b u sin ess
resu lts n e x t year.
T h e re w ill be an m en e x o n e ra te d and th e estate closed o f con tin ued as usual but n ot e n o u gh
a b u n d an ce o f gra p e s i f th e frosts d o not record.
tak e n in to sa tisfy th e claim so a ssig n ­
com e too e arly.
L a w D o ck e t.— C e p h a s K ise n h a n e r a d ­ m en t b ecam e n ecessary. M r. W’orth -
S e e d in g o f g ra in for th e n e x t y e a r’ s
m ier, re p resen tin g th e a ssign ee, arriv e d
m itte d t o c itize n sh ip .
c io p h as b egu n . M o st a ll o f th e sum ­
th is m orn in g and to o k ch arg e .
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T h e firm is m ade u p o f G eo. Boos an d R.
need ed to soften th e groun d for tile plu m , for citiz e n s h ip . W itn esses presen t were
H . H eitzh au sen w h o h ave been in b u si­
I t is e x p e cte d th a t a v e r y la rg e cro p o f sw orn an d e xa m in e d and case con tin ued ,
ness here m an y ye a rs an d d o n e m u ch
g ra in w ill be sow n th is fa ll, p ro b a b ly W a rra n ts o rd ered d raw n in fa vo r o f J. P.
for th e to w n 's ad v an ce m e n t. T h e re as
la rg e r th an th e ave ra ge .
. T a m ie s ie . $5; P e te r lla s c h , $ 2 and W m .
ge n e ral regret a t th e ir m isfo rtu n e and
T o e lle , $ 2 .
sy m p a th y for th em .
Isa a c A lle n , plff. v s. S u sie and J. W .
T w o L iv e s S a v e d .
M o rga n . D ism issed on m o tio n o f p la in ­
M rs. P h oeb e T h om as, o f J u n ctio n C ity ,
Old People.
tiff ’s a tto rn e y .
. w as to ld b y h e r d o cto rs sh e h ad C on-
O ld people w h o req u ire m ed icin e to
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and
su m p a tio n and t h a t th ere w as n o hope
H . L . H e n d rix and 1 re gu la te th e b ow els and k id n e y s will
for h e r, b u t tw o b o ttle s D r. K in g ’ s N ew V e r d ie B ru g g e r.
find th e tru e rem ed y in E le c tric B i t t e n .
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D isco ve ry c o m p le te ly cu red h er an d she
T h is m ed icin e does n o t s tim u la te and
sa ys sa ve d h er life . M r. T h o s. E g g e rs,
co n tain s no w h is k e y n or o th e r in tox ¡c o a t,
In g le s-G a rrig u * .
F lo rid a S t. S an F ra n cisco , su ffered
h u t a cts as a to n ic an d a lte r a tiv e . I t
from a d re ad fu l co ld , a p p ro a ch in g C o n ­
M arried , S e p te m b e r 9 th , 1896, at th e
act* m ild ly on th e sto m ach an d b o w e ls
su m p tio n , trie d w ith o u t re su lt e v e r y ­ b rid e ’ s paren ts, a t F ir G ro v e ,W a s h in g to n
a d d in g stre n g th a n d g iv in g to n e to th e
th in g else, th en b o u g h t one b o ttle of Dr. co u n ty, O regon , b y R e v . J. F . S ch o ch ,
organ s, th e re b y a id in g N a tu re in t h e
K in g ’s N ew D is co v e ry an d in tw o w eeks M r. W illia m C . In g le s a n d M iss K d n a
perform an ce of the function*. E le c t r ic
w as cu re d . H e is n a tu ra lly th a n k fu l. M . G a rrig u s , b oth o f W a s h in g to n c o u n ty .
H itters is sn e x c e lle n t a p p e tiz e r a n d i
I t is su ch re su lts, o f w h ich th e s e are
d igestion . O ld p eo p le find it ju st e x a c t ly
sam ples, t h a t p ro v e th e w o n d e rfu l e ffi­
M a n y a d a y ’s w o rk U lo st b y sick bead- what they need. P rice fifty c e n ts and
ca cy o f th is m ed icin e in C o u g h s and
. . . . IS GKEER THE GROCER’S |
10VE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
nkrai .
r o v e
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, TH U RSD A Y , SEPT. 17, 189«.
F O R E S T G R O V E .—W a sh in g ton lo d ge N o 48 '
m eets in its h a ll every M onday even in g.
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Initructiou
G
I. o . O. p ,
d ir e c t o r y .
• State
County Hatchet
h o w P rice« ,
P r o m p t D e liv e r y ,
E x c e lle n t Q u a lity .
CHAS. HIATT. Proprietor.
Hatchet and Weekly Oregonian $2 a Year.
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C o ld s, F re e tr ia l b o ttles a t th e M ille r
p h a rm a cy. R e g u la r s is * $ c . an d $ .M .
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Rlpans Tabules.
1
ache, caused b y
trou b le*.
indigestion and stomach
D e W it f s E a r ly R is e r , are th e
most effectual pill for overcoming such
difficulties. J. C. Clark, druggist.
$1.00 per
bottle at the Miller pharmacy.
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Ripens Tabules cure headache.
Ripens Tabules care liver troubles.