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¡CONSOLIDATED JUNE 4, 1896.
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F O R E S T G R O V E , O R E G O N , F R I D A Y , .JA N. 15, 18ÎJ7.
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POINTS ON FREAKS.
We Can Save You Money on
GREEK THE GROCER.
Forest Grove Laundry
„___ and Dye House.
W. S. BALDWIN, Manager.
V o l. I I , N o. 4 2 , V o l. V i l i , N o, 5 1
wouuers us long as tho worm u ia u iu , '
s.uiC t-UH SMALL
added the showman, “ aud just so long
e P re d o m in a te I n P a r lo r , Li
will scientists and magicians cater to
b r a r y a n d Diuiufc Kootu.
D. W. WARD, M. D.
SOME BORN T O TH E PROFESSION their desires. In Paris there is an in
How few people when furnishing a
U uder a N ew M anagem ent, M akes a Specialty of
stitution where infants are made into
OTHERS THRUST UPON IT.
p H Y S IC IA N AND SURGEON,
freaks as systematically as flour is made small house or flat remember that oJdA
into bread. Th'ise in charge are skillful blue is one of the happiest colors (a
OlHce at Jii-* r e s i d e n c e ,
I f N atu ru H a sn 't B e e n K in d to Y o u lu physicians, it is said, who know just
choose for a foundation, writes Primate
G iv in g Y o n a n O dd N u m b e r o f L im b s or bow much the human anatomy can be
Ann Headley in The Ladios’ Home
FORES'! GROVE, - - OREGON.
T ho u g h it will m ake an y th in g you wish to
Journal, lu a house where, as a rule,
H ir s u te A d o rn m e n ts W h e r e T h e y O ught crippled and cramped aud distorted
Examination for pensions every W clncw lay.
order in th e Baking line.
The babies’ all the rooms open into one another, es
N o t to B e , Y o n M u st A c h ie v e N o to rie ty . without injury to life.
limbs vre manipulated when tender pecial care must be tukeu to preserve
“ Any one who has remarked the aud pliable, aud they soon grow m s- harmony. It is better then to select one
Confectionery, Soda Water, Sandwiches,
DR. C. E. GEIGER,
gregarious element in human nature,
and grotesque.” —New York color whi"h shall run through all the
Fresh Oysters and Lunches at «11 hours. which makes every one eager to seo shupen
H O M E O P A T H IC
P H Y S IC IA N
rooms. Old blue is the color pur excel
lence in snch a case, combined with tan,
what the other has seen, will not mar
A N D SU R G E O N
KREIDER & S O N , PROPRIETORS.
gray or white for the rugs, while the
vel at the success which notoriety has
Office ami realdcnc«, B'.w lby hnu,e, I'aclBc eve.,
same scheme prevails in tho heavy dra
w o t of Korea! O rm e h .jp t.
attained in the show business, ” said
Tho Donatists were the followers of peries.
the manager of a popular museum.
FOREST GROVE, 0RW5ON.
A lovely little house in mind has a
“ Notoriety, no matter how and where Dona, us, tho bishop of Numidia.
special attention pal,I to Medical and Surtrical
obtained, is just so much stock in
liiiKcanea of Women suit Children and all chronic
The Presbyterians took their name parlor aud library in cue. The large
mg, covering the greater part of the
trade, and people in our liue of work from a Greek word meaning “ elder.”
Chinaw are, Cups and Saucers, Plates, P itchers, Cream
room, is old blue und gray. In front of
are willing to pay any price for it. To
The Cistercian monks took their name the flreplcce is a long, light gray fur
make no account of the money value of from Citeau, where their order was first
ers, S ugar Bowls, Vases, T oilet Sets, M ugs all sizes,
D r . N ix o n ,
one. A broad, low lounge is covered
the advertisement, they are delighted established.
with dark gruy. It is always better to
Rose Bowls, Fancy B askets, C h ild ren ’s Silver K nives,
to know that they are being talked
The Old Catholics wero so called by cover a lounge in a solid color, as it
d e n t is t ,
about and speculated about, and to see
Forks and Spoons, C h ild ren ’s T oy Sets.
their names in the newspapers. Yon the German Dr. Dollinger, born in 1799, takes more kindly to tho pillows of end
less h r“» The largo diuing room mg
Crockery and G lassw are, F ancy an d Staple G roceries.
eee bow high that dome is:” ho contiu died in 1890.
9 a. tn. to 4 p. in .
Tho Apoilinarians were thus called is old blue und tan, with smaller rugs
O REG O N .
aed, painting to the arched space far
F ine T eas an d Coffees our Specialty.
above the ropes and bars stretched because the originator of their sect was of tawny brown. Tbe bedroom has uu
old blue and white large rug and white
across for acrobatic performances. Apollinarius, the bishop of Laoelicea.
“ Well, a man came in here, offered to
DR. O- C. H ATT
The Labadists, a body of German re fur smaller ones. Let old blue predomi
jump from its highest point down to ligionists of the seventeenth century, nate everywhere in tho floor furnishings
the floor so as to make a name for him wore named from their leader, Labadie- and draperies, but not to the exclusion
of al! other colors elsewhere, for where
self. It would have been certaiu death,
The Camisards, a French religions
you know, to*attempt it, but he said he sect, were so called from the smock one color only is used tho effect us n
had practiced jumping, knew how to frock worn by the peasants, who consti whole is flat. Let there bo odd bright
office in W à l k k r ' ü B. i u i i w i on Main S treet,u p
color touches in the wuy of pillows,
manage aud would escape injury. He tuted the larger part of their numbers.
stairs. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
lump shades, odd bits of china and
begged to be allowed to make the jump
The Episcopalians are so called from brie a-brae, but with always an eye to
andwus much cast down at onr refusal.
their belief in an episcopal form of what is tbe proper color for each room.
THOMAS II. TONGUE,
“ That man only expected to jump church
government—that is, a system When all furnished be careful to t- e
We do all kinds of Laundry Work in the best possible
providing for bishops and archbishops.
whether all of the rooms blend into a
manner. Any work left with us will be promptly at
The Mohammedans were so called be beautiful harmony.
worth money to see.
tended to. We guarantee all our work. Our prices are
H illsbo ro , W ash in g to n C o u n t y , O k .
In a bedroom white euamclcd or birds-
“ Anyway, wo business people see cause they were the followers of Mo
cheaper than P irtland prices. Your patronage will be
that the public crave amusement of this hammed and believers in his doctrine eye maple is exquisite where two or
kind, and we are delighted to gratify as reveal'd in the Koran. Mohammed three pieces of fresh old mahogany are
SMITH & BOWMAN,
was horn 571 A. D. and died <133 A. D. added. Each heightens the other’s beau
The Carthusians were so called from ty in a most charming manner. A room j
tation, when there was so mnch talk in their most celebrated monastery, La furnished enl.rely in mahogany give
the papers about their outrages, a nmn Chartreuse, ¡tear Grenoble. The famous a heavy, dismal effect, but in a parlor
Notarial Work and Conveyancing.
offered to exhibit himself as a tarred liquenr known as a chartreuse was and library combined, say an a flat or
Room s 6 & 7 M organ B lk. H IL L S B O R O , O r .
aud feathered victim just returned from manufactured by the monks of this es small house, pluco a large, quujntiy
271 ALDER STREET
curved old desk und one of those highly
tho west, and we let him do ft. More tablishment.
polished, round card tables, und eel
over, the public encouraged him to do
Zoroastrianism was the doctrine
what an air they give to the mode:
it, for they camo in flocks to seo him. Zoroaster, who lived about 500
uni equally beautiful furniture. In the
Ci. C. RIDER, Prop.
Tho tattooedwoman whowas paid $100 It was the prevalent religion in Pi
A t t o r n e y a n d c o u n se l o r a t la w
a day was tattooed right hero in New for many centuries aud still lingers dining room a square mahogany table
Depi 'y Prosecuting Attorney.
York, but the work was marvelous.y among the sun and fire worshipers of with a surface like glass, and even a
Collection)* a specialty.
well done, und tho fairy tale abont her, that country.—St. Louis Globe-Demo- small buffet or china cabinet, swill he
Office:—Up-stairs, Woods & Caples
quite enough of tbe antiquo to set off
T H E O N L Y F irs t-C la s s a n d as told by tho showman, only height prat.
everything else in tho roum. Have ex
S tr ic tly T e m p e r a n c e lte s ta u - ened the crowd’s interest and liariinal
quisitely drawn linen doilies, candles in
VALUE OF TH E NC.WSP a T
nobody. She was represented in the
r a n t in th e c ity .
rose colored shades and a profusion oL,
N otary Public
F ire and Accident Insurance
story as having been stranded on one
U nt-qualed a . a C iV tlizc r a n il E d u c a to r?
pink carnations and yon have a
the Sandwich islands, shipwrccjiid,
Tustice o f th e Peace
Loans, Collections \
W h a t N ap o le o n Said .
lunch table. In a house the hall
with her husband, who was put to
What would we do from day to day,
be a leading feature—entiofiig,
Her life was spared, but she' w as/m t to from week to week without the newspa
not c \d , bare aud cheerless, repelling
J. I. KJMIGjHT,
pers': Did yon ever stop to consider the
acters tattooed all over her body. There benefits yon and all mankind derive ono fiC.ni further acquaintance with tl.e
were from BOO to TOO people at each from a free, cheap press? Likely you bouse and its mistreus. A hall is like
General Fire Insurance
$ f .( L T G
$ 1 .0 0
at have not. You may scold at the repert- an iutrodnctiou
, , of
, the 31 daily
. t- j «
HERE’S A N UT T O CRACK.
. . . and Loan Broker.
tied, and all were pleasrtl at he show, ,.
b to trnth cvc;l tbe lalDe6t e(Ht0r '
M Jtr M-
Ô C ÏE A IN Î.
for which they paid 10 cents.
1 is a weightier factor lu light spreading, A I’uzzle f lin t Mur ¿ ir e a L H .u re Mn
1 h ^ G .c
“ Do many of theso freaks, remark- j
o r of th e V' eat.
O r e g o n !
S o m e t h in g t o T h i n k O f.
able for various reasons, get flue sala morality, civilization, in short, than
I have found tho following interest
i the mightiest pieucher, the profuundest
T is the nr.or.t s i •;— .• n un‘. wc v na republic*n W eekly pub-
T. K a n r .
H. D. S t e w a r t ,
lawyer or the most skillfnl physician in ing problem in an old notebook, writes
1 G lied tcxlav an i <•;; li
' b e iv i led u p o .i lor lair and honest re-
“ Indeed they do. We paid a certaiu all the world. Let us take an cxaniplo Sir Walter Besant.. I have no recollej-
A ss’t Cashier, j
por.s of all pj.it i .
midget $700 a week. Her father aud
tiou at all of its origin. Perhaps every
The W e?‘ ? •. ' \ .i r c - f unn iea Ail of th e News 5 ar^
tho family traveled with her, and got for illustration. This little Item, com body knows it. Perhaps evciybody does
rich out of it. Then that wonderful paratively insigniflcanFSTIt confessedly not. Those who do not will find it, 1
a n k o f o rest
Oregon horse with the trailing mane is, je t is more widely^ herded, more dMpk, unless they bring algebra to bear
i t u .u o r„
Ih . n er is W iih o u l a Peer.
and tail was paid $900 a week for sev eagerly sought for. reuches more minds ujWhi it, rcMier a tough nut to crack.
ANTON PFÄNNER, Proprietor
months. The two headed negro for good and what it says is better re
J • - * i /:<.) a r y t o h n n u a e t c eq u a l
Here ft is. Once there were three nig
membered than are the utterances of any
girls, has made a fortune, and other
CONDUCT# A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
' i t 't o .e o i
L ssl m n g a z u .ts.
indivfdnal agency—nn ghnset, 0f gers—their wickedness is a negligible
D rafts and telegraphic tran sfers sold on New
brated freaks who Jtavc profited finan any denomination excepted—in Brigh quantity; it does not enter jnto the
¡ its Y i u ( D c ; > r i m t r t is th e
York, Chicago and San Francisco.
ton. __ ______
problem—who robbed an orchard, car
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Also exchan ge payable at sigh t in Londos,
"One newspaper,” said Napoleon, "is ried away the apples in a suck, laid
Paris. B erlin. Am sterdam , B russels. Stockholm ,
“ Each day we get letters from all
Frankfort-on-the-M ain ns w ell as all other
It brings to th'? f ’liH'lY t ’io
p w • o f > l»*»
n r* v» oriel and g iv e s
over the country—all over the world— more to be feared than a thousand bay them np in a barn for the night and
principal cities a n i centers o f trade throughout
th e b est and
h 3 m nsions o f all qu ?silons o f th e Uuv.
th e United K in gdom , Ireland and Continental
offering us freaks of nature. Thia one onets, ’ ’ and he knew whereof he spoke. went to bed. One of them woke up be
Inr^r n o v a .i g ir^ s w
o • o s o f roudin; m atter < aeh week
vn h - .»? >i »n •• c » - o
l o tter adapted lo rhe n eeds of
senda • photograph of a sheep having a Some men and teachera have almost a fore dawn, and, being distrustful at
the people vrest o.
.A'le h ny M ountains tuan any o th er paper.
Collections m ade at all accessible points.
| fifth leg and hoof growing out of his reverence for any printed thing, and 1 his friends, thought he would make
Business hours from 9 a m. to 4 p. m.
i shoulder. This one sends a cow with a never barn or tear up a newspaper with sure of his share at once. He therefore
S I.0 0
Cl 0 0
horn projecting from her back. Here is out the misgiving that some piece of went to tbe bam, divided the apples in
a letter from a bandless man in West valuable information, seme witty story to three equal heaps—there was oua
Virginia. He writes with his toes and or some item of scientific worth may be over, which be threw away—and car
destroyed. Even the advertisements are ried off his share. Another nigger liiea
»iv rm U ........................ $4.00 per year
writes a very good letter. ”
The Di iy and Su ni » Edi
+ o i S r - '?'»•■ by m a il.................... $2.00 per year
well worth reading, especially so nowa woke up with tbe same uneasiness und
tions of Tbe Iotrfbaad ire
days, when they are so varied, so exteu- tbe same resolution. He, too, divided
d k a l k k s in
the best of their k nd. . . • . . S A d itr« -« * T H E I N T E R O C E A N , c h i e s a
showman’s m ind! What a galaxy, net i
*° ar,fnlly worded “ d Ula*trau'd tbe apples into three heaps—there was
'O S .I I H I lM K I M ld
* • • • • • • • • • • • • < ■» r » f f . f '
one over, which be threw away—took
of beauty, but of tho bizarre aud the 1 BD so handsomely displayed.
In the limitless variety of itsconteuta, his share, and carried it off. And then
grotesque! Bearded women taken in
decollete gowns, their masculine faces the reliability of what it says, the fre the third nigger woke op with thn same
in revolting contrast to the feminino quency of its issues, the moral tone of emotions. He, too, divided the remain
neck and arm s; men without legs or Its saying* the newspaper covers, equals ing apples into three portions—there
; arms; tremendously fat men, and men and represents this whole world, and was one over, which bo threw away—
! so thin that they were photographed when you properly weigh those facts took his share and departed.
In the morning every one preserved
j prone upon a conch, limp and helpless; and < usider that for a paltry 1, 3 or 6
A g ricu ltural Im plem ents, such as
' men who had starved themselves in or- cents you can buy one of these torches of silence over his doings of the night;
W agons, Buggies, Plows, H arrow s,
1 dor to live. The strong woman is there, trnth which blaze oveT the paths of prog they divided the apples which were left
and her remarkable sister, with a veri- ress, you will come to think, 1 believe, into three heaps—one was over, which
G arden Tools, Etc. Also P aints,
; table horse's mane growing upon her that yon should lift your hat as you pass they threw sway—and so took euch his
the editor, grasp the reporter's horuy share. How many apples were there in
Oils, Lime, P laster and Cement.
hand with friendly fervor and be prompt the sacJsT There are many posaible an-
I “ That was a clever schemi
and cheerful in passing in your annual
wholo series of numbers—bat
FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
low devised,” said the sho
subscription of two round silver dollars.
have the lowest number of app.n*
justing his glasses so as to vie
possible, beninr wrauglcrs mast be good
—Brighton (Mass.) Item.
ness. "H e represented bimsel:
enough not to answer •' :s question.
ing a gunshot wound thn
through the body, and then he fixed up~ I find the great thing in this world Moralists, if they please, may narrate
on optical delusion apparatus which is not so much where we stand as in the subsequent history of these tLi ■ t
niggers, apart from the problem of their
made it appear that people could look Wbat direction we are moving. To reach apples.
D at the . . .
straight through him. We displayed a tbe port of heaven we mast sail some
Th® G lo w w o r m C a v e r n .
times with the wind and sometimes
. . „
people could see that picture on the against it, hut wo must sail and not
wonder of tbe antipodes
Last Chance Grocery.
Special atten tio n paid to Com m ercial T ravelers
other side of ‘ tbe man. You have no drift, nor lie at anchor.—Oliver Wen is the celebrated glowworm ciivnn,
H u n ters and Fisherm en
discovered in 1891 In the heart iJ tl.o
The last place to get your
That was down on the Bowery. Every- j
Tasmanian wilderness. The cavern or
supplies until you reach Til
body wanted to look through the man
T a k e J o n e s ' B u s to a n d f r o m a ll tr a in s
H U M o » « r A ll In S tock ».
caverns (there appears to be a scries of
lamook. I Cany a full line of
“ There’s money in stocks," said ibe such caverns in the vicinity, each sepa
B aggage a n d fre ig h t called f o r a n d d e liv e re d
that tbe man was snch a bowling suc man who is young and enthusiastic.
rate and distinct) are sitnuted near the
»ry Goods and Groceries,
cess a woman fixed herself np as having ( "Yes,” replied bis seasoned friend, town of Hontbport, Tasmania, in a lime
" I ’m sure them is. I have been pat stone bluff, about four miles from Joa
husband’s bayonet, the victim of cruel ting half my salary there for the la.t bay. Tbe appearance of the main cav
Cigars and Tobacco.
four years, and it’s all there yet.”— ern is that of uu underground river, the
crowd to look through her, and she was Washington Btar.
entire floor of tbe subterranean passage
no end of a success. She stood there
F ishing T a c ld i and all necessary
being coveted with water about a foot
surrounded by red curtains with a pa
and a half In depth. These wonderful
supplies for a cam p outfit.
thetic, rapt look on her face, and the
Tbs first man who ever sang a negro Tasmanian caves are similar to all cav
people couldn't get enough of looking song OI. the stage was an actor named erns found in limestone formation, with
S a rgent ,
through ber at the bouquet of flowers Herbert He rat in a chair before tbe the exception that their roofs and side*
displayed at ber back.
cur'atn. He pa.nted his faoe with black literally shine with the light emitted
“ PC'rile will deljght In, «ijrn* and paiut, burned cork being then uu known. by tti^jH lio n s of glow wo
rro f« K si» iiiil C a rd « .
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