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. 1“ : CONSOLIDATED JUNE 4, 1896.
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FOREST G R O V E , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y , OUT. 1, IHSMi.
Vol. II, No. 2 «, Vol. V i l i , No. :tS
i. o. o. r.
FORKST GROVE- Washington lodge No. 48, 1
meets in its hall every Monday evening.
INGERSOLL ON MONEY.
FORKST GROVK. Forest Rebekah lodge No. !
44 meets in Odd Fellows hall on the first anil '
third Wednesday of each mouth.
up its hand and sw ear, ‘ I k n o w th a t m y
redeem er liv e th .’ ” — D etroit Post.
Noted Infidel (¿uoteft Scripture in Sup
port of Sound Currency,
The ijuailnint Land rase.
N u m b ers o f th e persons interested in
I th e su it o f th e U n ited S tates vs. th e Ore-
¡g o n & C a lifo rn ia R a ilroa d C o m p an y, to
A m le r s o n - H n b b e r t.
T h e rich est w ord -p ain ter o f a ll old er , M arried— A t th e hom e o f th e b rid e on j M^iet title to som e 200,000 acres o f land
p o litical sp eakers, R . G . In g erso ll, is :
W ed n esd ay, S ept. 30, by th e R ev . I). A. in W ash in gto n co u n ty , in w h at is known
still in harness. H is n o m in a tin g speech j W atters, M iss EUa C. A n d erson and Mr. as
“ q u ad ran t c a s e ,” are co n stan tly
at th e C in cin n a ti con ven tion o f 1876, in H erb ert Ilu b b ert. A fte r th e cerem o n y se e k in g ft r in form atio n in regard to an
w h ich he eu logized J. G . B la in e as th e w h ich w as w itnessed b y m an y relatives act
con gress, a p p roved M arch 2, 1896,
“ plum ed k n ig h t,” w ill liv e forever in and friends, an elaborate d in nor w as | w h ich h as a b e arin g on th eir case, and is
the h isto ry o f p o litical ca m p a ign s.
served . Mr. and M rs. H u b b e tt le ft 011 | e n title d “ A n a ct to p ro vid e for the ex-
f a «t- -
H ere is h is u tteran ce on th e m on ey th e e ve n in g train for P ortlan d w h ere tension o f th e tim e w ith in w h ich suits
question: “ I am in fa vor o f honest
GASTON. Wapato lodge No. 40 meets in its I
th e y w ill spend several d ays and th en re- m a>' *>e b rou gh t to v a c a te and annul
hall on the first, third and fifth Saturdays in I
m oney; I am in favor o f g o ld and silver,
a lX O T O N C O U N T Y .
♦ .urn to m ake D ille y th eir hom e. T h e lan d p a ten ts, and fo r oth er purposes.*'
and paper w ith go ld and silv e r behind
bride is th e d a u g h te r o f Mr. John A n d e r T h e a ct is g iv e n e u .ir e below :
K . O F P.
B. P. Cornelius
it. I b e lieve in silver, because it is on e j
‘ ‘ lie it en acted b y th e sen ate and
Delphos lodge No. 39
I). B. Reasoner
son, now ru n n in g th e old P u rd y & Dud-
T. G. Todd
o f th e gre a te st A m erican prod u cts; and
n ey store, form erly p rop rietor o f the house o f rep resen tatiu es o f th e United
J. A. Inibrie
HILLSBORO. Phoenix lodge No. 34'meetsin |
I am in fa vor o f a n y th in g th at w ill add F o re st G rove F lo u rin g M ills. T h e groom S tate s o f A m erica, in con gress assem bled.
W. 1 ». Bradford
1 \. !.. McCormick Masonic hall every Monday evening.
; to th e v alu e o f an A m erican p rod u ct; but
A . B.Cady
is th e son of M r. C lias. Ilu b b e rt, pro T lia t su its b y th e U n ited S ta te s to vacate
c o r n k i, 11 s
Simon idea lodge n 0.34 meet«
I w an t a silv e r d olla r w orth a g o ld d o l
George II. Wilcox injits castle hall every Saturday evening.
p rietor o f the F o rest G ro ve D a iry. Both and a n n u l a n y p a ten t tp lan ds hereto-
lar, even i f you m ake it or h ave to m ak e
GLKNCOK —Glencoe lodge No. 22 meets in
. 1 .. H. Wilkes
yo u n g people h a v e been p rom in en t in fore e rron eou sly issued un der a railroad
C. !.. Large in its castle hall on every alternate.Saturday.
it four feet in d iam eter. N o go v e rn m e n t
th e social life o f D ille y and h av e a h ost j or w agon-road gra n t sh all o n ly be
can afford to be a clip p er o f coin . W hen
o f frien ds w ho w ish them a ll jo y and I b rou gh t w ith in five ye a rs from th e pas
j FORKST GROVK- — Delpha temple, No. 7,
¡C ourt --Third Monday in March and meets in Masonic hull on the second and fourth
sage o f th is act, and su its to v aca te and
Wednesday of each month.
d ollar, w e feel 20 per cen t, below par.
Siarth Monday in .November,
a nn u l p a ten ts h ereafter issued sh all o n ly
H IL L S B O R O .-P h o e n ic ia tem ple m eets in Ma
W hen our m on ey is good , we feel good.
ftocst—First Monday in each month.
be b ro u g h t w ith in six ye a rs a fter the
son ic h a ll
Death of a Pioneer.
W hen our m oney is at par, th at is w here
iwf . rs ’ C ourt First
d ate o f th e issuance o f such paten ts, and
Mrs. Sarah J. M u ll, one o f th e old est
A . « . if . W .
unday in each mouth,
we are. I am a profound b e liever in th e
, tn e lim ita tio n o f se ctio n 8, o f ch ap ter
FOREST GROVK Forest Grove lodge No.
d octrin e th a t for n ation s, as w ell as m en, O regon pioneers, d ied a t R e e d v ille Satur- 561, o f th e acts o f th e secon d session of
60 meets in Odd Fellows hall on every Tuesday
h o n esty is th e best a lw a y s, e ve ry w h e re ; d ay and was buried in H illsb o ro cem etery the 51st con gress
[ of f o k k s t « r o v e . evening.
and am en dm ents
W h at ‘ ection o f th is M on d ay. Mrs. M ull w as w ith in a few th ereto is exten d ed a cco rd in g ly as to the
FORKST GROVK Degree of Honor lodge
meets in Odd Fellows hall the second Tuesday
cou n try, w h at p a rty w ill k'ive us honest d ays o f 7 ° years o f age. S h e w as born
Hon. S. Hughes. of each month.
paten ts h erein referred to. But no pat-
m oney— h on or b rig h t, h on or b righ t? I in K e n tu c k y in 1826, and cam e to Ore- * en t to a n y la n d s h eld b y a bona fide pur-
Jrx. To serve one year, A. T . Knox,
HILLSBORO. Hillsboro lodge No. 61 meets
in its hall on the first and third Fridays in each
liave been told th a t d u rin g th e w ar w e 8on w ith her h usban d, A. J. M asters, in , ch ase r sh a ll be vaca ted or an n u lled , but
»Buxton. C. L. I.nrge.
Wtwo years, T. C. McNamer, Hugh
had p le n ty o f m oney. I n e ve r saw it. I i 8 - T h e train she ca m e w ith w as th e th e rig h t and title o f such p u rch aser is
SHERWOOD. Sherwood lodge No. 20 meets
jjth. 1 ). C. Stewart, President.
lived for years w ith o u t seein g a d ollar, w as the .argest th a t ever crossed th e h ereb y con firm ed ; p ro vid e d , th at 110
in its hall every Thursday evening.
............................... Aaron Wells. !
I saw prom ises for d ollars, but not d o l- ! plains, n u m b erin g 300 w agons. S h e set- su it sh a ll be b rou gh t or m ain tain e d , nor
TIGARDVILLK. Tigardville lodge meets in ¡
Yard 1 mile Northwest of Forest Grove.
J. C. Cireer. | its hall on the second and fourth .Saturdays in
lars; and th e gre e n b a ck , u n less yo u have i l ‘ ed 011 Dle ° ld don ation lan d claim at sh all reco v ery be h ad for lan ds or the
.................................. T. J. Harris i each mouth.
th e g o ld b ehin d it, is no m ore a d ollar a t th is place, w here she resided u n til her value th ereo f, th at w ere certified o r p at
j TU ALATIN . Tualatin lodge meets in its
nmittws of Clt.v Council.
hall 011 the second ami fourth Saturdays in each
than a b ill o f fare is a d in n er. Y o u ca n d ea th . S h e w as th e m oth er o f 10 c h ild en ted in lieu o f o th e r la n d s covered b y a
k-Councilmen Stewart, Large and month.
Dr. R. H . Ilo v e y h a v in g lo ca te d in not m ak e a paper d o lla r w ith o u t ta k in g ren e igh t o f w hom are liv in g — Jo h n W ., gran t w h ich w ere lost or relin q u ish ed by
K . O. T . M.
W e m ust M ary E . L ystrop, T hurston L-, W illia m the g ra n tee in con seq uen ce o f th e failure
w Accounts. Councilmen McNamer, \ FORKST GROVE. Forest Grove tent No. 21 Forest G rove for the p ractice o f d en tistry a d o lla r’s w orth o f paper.
meets in Masonic hall on the second and fourth takes this m eth o e fo f in fo rm in g th e p u b h ave paper th at represen ts m oney.
I ! **•» E liz a b e th J a c k ,
Lau ra S te ep le s, of th e g o v e rn m e n t or its officers to w ith
pPwUkProperty.—Councilmen Smith, Tuesdays in each month.
lic th a t he is prepared to do a n y w ork in w an t it issued b y th e go v e rn m e n t; and ®a ra ^ Cu rran and C h a rles H.
draw th e sam e from sale or en try.
HILLSBORO.—Viola tent No. 18 meets in Odd
that line. O ffice in In g le s & P o rte r’s I w an t b eh in d e ve ry one o f th ese d ollars
“ Sec. 2. T h a t i f a n y person c la im in g
I Waitr.—Councilmen Buxton, Smith Fellows hall on the second and fourth Thurs
days in each mouth
R ip an s T a b u le s cu re d izzin ess.
eith e r a g o ld or silv e r d olla r; so th a t j
to be a b on a fide p u rch a ser o f a n y lau d s
I». O F H .
“ Police .—Councilmen Large, Stewart
R ip an s T a b u le s: one g iv e s re lie f.
e ve ry gre e n b ack under th e flag can lift 1
erron eou sly p aten ted o r certified sh all
Hillsboro Grange meets in its hall on the sec
ond and fourth Saturdays in each month at 12111. \ \ ’"ANTED SEVERAL FAITHFUL MEN OB
present h is claim to th e secreta ry o f th e
Women to travel for responsible estab
in terio r prior to th e in stitu tio n o f a suit
lished house in Oregon. Salary $ 780 , p a y a b le 1
G . A . It.
$15 weekly and expenses. Position permanent.
S-Councilmen Stewart, McNamer and
to ca n ce l a p aten t or ce rtifica tio n , and i f
Forest Grove.-James 11. Matthews Post, No. Reference. Unclose self-addressed stamped en
6, meets in Masonic hall on the first and third velope. The National, Star*Building, Chicago, j
it sh all appear th a t he is a bona fide pur
Wednesdays in each month.
ch aser, th e secretary o f th e in te rio r sh all
W . It. C.
request th a t su it be b ro u g h t in su ch case
....... Fire Warden
Forest Grove. James B. Matthews Relief
Buckleu’s Arnica Salve.
Justice of the Peace Corps meets alternate Thursdays in Odd Fel
’ a gain st th e paten tee, or th e co rp oratio n ,
T h e Best S a lv e in th e w orld for Cuts,
company, person, or association of per
I. O. G . T .
Bruises, . Sores, U lcers, S a lt R heum ,
sons for whose benefit the certification
. .School Directors
Forest Grove. —Forest'Grove lodge No. no F e v e r Sores, T e tte r, C h a p p ed H an d s
76 < n
meets in its hall every Saturday evening.
was made, for the .yalue oi said land,
C h ilb la in s, Corns, and a ll S k in E r u p - ,
Hillsboro. Hillsboro lodge meets in its hall
which in no case shall be more than the
. Pi incipal of School every Saturday. Juvenile Temple, Sundays, tions, and p o sitive ly cu res P iles, or no
minimum government price thereof, and
pay required. I t is g u aran teed to g iv e
i the title of such claimant shall stand con-
W . OF TH E W.
re cto ry .
Forest Grove Camp No. 98, meets in Odd Fel
1 firmed. An adverse decision by the sec
F o r sale b y
lows hall the first and third Saturday in each Price 25 cen ts per b ox.
retary of the interior on the bona tides
Clias. M iller.
of such claimant shall not be conclusive
A. R ogers , P a sto r .
of his rights, and if such claimant, or
I every Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8 p. 111.
H do I after morning service,
one claiming to bo a bona fide pur
leetings every Thursday evening at
chaser, but who has not submitted his
eople's meeting one hour before Sun-
claim to the secretary of the interior, is
nare always cordially welcomed,
made a party to such suit, and if found
by the court to be a bona fide purchaser,
HODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
tv. D. A. W a t t e r s , P a s t o r .
the court shall decree a confirmation of
peverv Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8:30 p. 111.
All kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stone
the title, and shall render a decree in
Jioolat 12.15 P- hi - Junior league every
ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons,
4p m. Kpworth league at 6:30 p. in.,
^ behall of the United States against the
Prayer meeting 7:30 p. m., Thursday.
Hrooms, Mop Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles,
patentee, corporation, company, person,
or association of persons, for whose tiene-
Wood and Willow Ware of all kinds, Fish
( service every Sunday at 11 a. m. and
fit the certifusion was made for the
ing Tackle and all kinds of Seeds.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Aaron
value of the land as hereinl>efore pro
pt Prayer meeting Thursday even-
lop m. Sr. Y. P. S. C. K. Sunday even-
vided. Any bona fide purchaser of lands
P p. m. Jr. Y. P. S. C. K. Sunday
4 p. in. Sylvia Edwards, president.
| patented or certified to a railroad com
K are cordially invited to all these
pany, and who is not made a party to
such suit, and who has not submitted
Offlcc of Forest Grove.
his claim to the secretary of the interior,
may establish his right as such bona fide
| VHEKI.OCK M A R S H , P . M .
purchaser in any United States court
IVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
SE L L S O N LY T H E B E S T O F
having jurisdiction oi the subject-matter,
‘from Portland and all points East: De-
r*.m. and 4:20 p. 111. Arrives 9:40 a. m.
or at his option, as prescribed in sections
3 and 4 of chapter 376, of the acts of the
illis, and points South: Departs 8:35
ives5:o5 p. in.
Local Teacher’s Institute.
Oregon Congregational ists.
second session of the 49th congress.
?, Manning, Buxton and Vernonia:
T h e first o f a series o f lo ca l te a c h e r’s
T h e O regon C o n g re g a tio n a l associa
“ Sec. 3. That if at any time prior to
]Iia. m. Departs 1 p. 111.
: Arrives 11 ¡30. Departs 1:30
tion m et in a n n u al session a t Portlan d in stitu tes w h ich w ill be held so as to the institution of suit by the attorney-
T u esd ay.
R ev. C. F . C la p p w as a p co v e r d u rin g th e y e a r th e en tire co u n ty
to cancel any patent or certifica
The Country affords, in Great poin ted a m em ber o f th e com m ittee on w ill be h eld at S h erw ood F rid a y and general
tion of lauds erroneously patented or
ST GROVE FIRE D EPA R TM EN T.
n om in ation s, and H on . I. A. M acru m on S atu rd a y, O ct. 3 and 4. F rid a y e ve n in g certified a claim or statement is pre
^-G eneral A l a r m —Rapid tapping
..................................Variety and at Moderate Prices
The location of the fire willbe mdi- •
T h e sta n d in g com m ittee a popular m eetin g w ill be h eld in th e sented to the secretary of the interior by
'the number of full taps given between
“»1 alarms -corresponding to the nura-
on P acific U n iv e rsity reported in d ica h all and addresses d elivered , p ro b a b ly, or on behalf of any person or persons,
ms whose limits are given below.
tion s o f in creased p ro sp e rity and con b y E x -R e p re se n ta tive T yso n and R e v . corporation or corporations, claiming
^drill—'Three taps, pause, three taps,
tinued effort to secure th e $100,000 Mr. S keels. A n e x c e lle n t m usical p ro that such person or persons, corporation
needed to ta k e up Dr. P earson s offer o f gram w ill also be rendered. S a tu rd a y or corporations, is a bona fide purchaser,
WARD LIM ITS.
. . . . Done in All Kinds of Dressed Poultry, Fat Hogs, $50,000 to its endowment, and expressed the institute will begin at 9:30 and con- or are bona fide purchasers, of any pat
-North of Pacific avenue and east
a desire for a more hearty co-operation tinue until 4:30 with one and one-half ented or certified land by deed or con
? ward North of Pacific avenue and Spring Lambs and \ eal Calves.
on the part ot the churches of the state, hour intermission at noon. The work tract, or otherwise, from or through the
Allege Way and B street.
Rev. Daniel Staver, the registrar, gave a will be of a practical character and taken original patentee or certification was is
•*ard—Between Pacific avenue and
narrative of the churches. Rev. E. P. part in by local teachers.
sued, no suit or action shall be brought
Between Second avenue and South
FOREST FROVE. Hughes, of Hillsboro, was welcomed as In the region conveniently adjacent to to cancel or annul the patent or certifi
t e l e p h o n e , S Ä *« ?*-
*rd— uth Park addition.
one of the new pastors and responded Sherwood are ten districts with $10,000 cation for said land until such claim is
happily. Rev. John S. Griffin, the Hills- worth of property and an enrollment of investigated in said department of the
boro pioneer preacher, gave the parting
scholars and a daily attendance of interior; and if it shall appear that such
«TON COUNTY POST OFFICES.
benediction of the morning. Rev. A. 268. These schools are above the aver- person or corporation is a bona fide pur
Rogers took part in the discussion of age for the county paying $41 a month chaser as aforesaid, or that such persons
"The Opportunity of the Church in Solv- to men teachers and $34.50 to ladies, on or corporations are such bons fide pur
ing Present Every Day Problems,” as an average nearly 20 per cent, higher, chasers, then no such suit shall be insti
did Rev. C. F. Clapp in "Denomina- I-ocal institutes are a material aid to tuted, and the title of such claimant or
tional County or Competition— Which?” teachers in enabling them to exchange claimants shall stand confirmed; but the
In the evening Prin. Bates delivered the thoughts and profit by one another’s ex- secretary of the interior shall request
associational sermon. For officers of the perience and training. The next insti- that suit be brought in such esse against
Woman’s Home Missionary Union, Mr?, tute will probably be held in a fortnight. the patentee, or the corporation, com
Civic S o c ie tie s.
pany, person, or association of persons
C. F. Clapp was elected treasurer. West
for whose benefit the patent was issued
side vice-president, Mrs. E. D. Thorne,
A. F. AN D A . M.
or certification was made for the vahar
of Hillsboro; other members o f the exec
S . S * VE -H olbrook Lodge. No. jo.
utive committee being Mrs. F. R. Cook
J1*11 the Thursday before the full L o w P r ic e s ,
., Aug. 31, 1896, I.ena, beloved wife of the land as hereinbefore specified.” —
and Mr». Wallace Hurlburt, of Be.ver- of Tho„. o ’H .r . and daughter of Wm Oregonian.
mSS?-—T— IHy lodge. No. 6 meets in
ton. Wednesday a letter from Mrs. H. and S. J. Tompkins of this county.
C - p r t a y on or after the full nloon
I). McClelland, “ Greetings from the
Tetter, eczema and all similar akin
- P S ’■ - Beaverton lodge No. 100 meets
East,” was read and Supt. Clapp de
Mrs. L. R. Patton, Rockford,
., troubles are cured by the uaeof De Witt’a
on the first Tuesday in each
ll rered hit report. These are the pro
writes: “ From personal experience I Witch Hazel Salve. It soothes at once,
ceedings in so far as they affect Wash
O. E. 8.
can recommend De W itt’s Sarsaparilla as and restores the tissues to their natural
to -T u a la tin Chapter meets in Ma-
Where no address is
■ thc Second and fonith Tuesdays in
a cure fur impure blood and general debil condition, and never fails to cure pilea.
; given Forest Grove is to be nnderstood.
J. C. Clark, druggist.
ity .” J. C. Clark, druggist.
Win. I*. Lord
HILLSBORO. Montezuma lodge No.50meets ^
Harrison K. Kincaid
I'hillip Metscham in its hall on every Wednesday evening.
Q m Irwin
HILLSBORO. -Washington encampment No. 1
W. II. Leeds 24 meets in odd Fellows hall on the second and j
Chas. K Wolverton fourth Tuesdays of each month.
K. S. Bean
K. A. Moore
HILLSBORO. Hillsboro Rebekah lodge No.
T. A. McBride 54 meets in Odd Fellows hall every Saturday |
T. J Cleetou evening.
Julia II Mitchell
TIGARDVII.LK. Charity Lodge No. 75 meets >
.Geo W McBride
in its ball on the first and third Saturdays in |
Geo. W. Patterson each
B I T T H E BEST.
Brick for Sale!
180,000 Good duality
It. F \ C t ile liin g .
(6,536 9 9 1
B o rre 'i
110 »Mon j
A First Class Grocery Store
. . . . IS GREER THE GROCER’S
Tea and Coffee a Specialty
Fish and Poultry
A General Shipping Business,
Wholesale and Retail,
BUYER AND SELLER.
W IL T B O U T
M IL L
A ll Grades of
Bough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
GROVE — Foreat Chapter No i f
hall on th e first and third
* c b m&oth.
CHAH. HIATT, Proprietor.
and Weekly Oregonian $2 a Year.