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"I CONSOLIDATED JU N E 4, 1896.
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W. WARD, M. D.
SICI \N A N D SUIUIEON,
Offir,. at his resilience,
¡nation for pee,Ions every Wednesday.
’ *1PR- C. E. G E I G E R ,
J O P A T H IC
P H Y S IC IA N
A N D SURGEON
of Forest Grove hotel.
H m ld e n c*. Bnwlby
G RO V E, OREGON.
1 attention paid to Medical and snrplcal
of W om en and C hildren aud a ll chr nic
lX O N ,
D E N T IS T ,
F O R EST G RO VE
U p m.
O R EG O N .
D R . O. C. H A T T
J. E N T IS T .
Office hour», » a. i* to a p in.
j T hom as
to ngue ,
W ashington C o c n t t ,
SMITH & BOWMAN,
al W o r k and Conveyancing,
ft 7 M organ B lk. H IL L S B O R O , O r .
W. M. L A N G L E Y ,
H B r . s ey and
co unselo r
a t law
uty Prosecuting Attorney.
Collections a specialty.
Up-stairs, Woods A Caples
tu b ile
P ir e sud A ccident Insurance
f the Ponca
Loans, C ollections
«I. I. KjMIGJ-IT,
irai F ire Insurance
.. . and Loan Broker.
O rego n
U. b. S t s w a e t ,
A .s 't Cashiar
fK o f F o r e s t G r o v e
VNTON PFANNER, Proprietor
BCT 8 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
afts and teleg ra p h ic transfers «old on N ew
Chicago and San Francisco.
exchange pa yab le at sight in London
A m sterdam , Brussels, Stockholm ,
kfort-on^the-Main as w e ll as a ll other
ipal citiea and centers o f trade throughout
felted iCingdom , Irela n d and Continental
I B erlin,
fle c t io n s m ad e at a ll accessible points,
ttsiness h o u rs from 9 a .m . t 0 4 p .n 1 .
Vol. I I , No. 49, Vol. IX , No. 6
, “ The Fanatic” was the subject of the
Patriotic Meeting at Dilley.
last oration delivered by E. J. Stewart of
The leading citizens o f Dilley requested
Iioses by One-Third of One Per Cent— Albany College. This was an able pro
Gen. Thorp to address the people of that
Fisk of Eugene Awarded
duction, clear, logical and original. village and last Saturday night he ap
HAS TH E LE AD ING
Mr. Stewart showed how the men of one peared before a fine audience assembled
idea had figured in the great reforms, for that purpose who listened most at
ORATO RY A T KEW BKRG.
The fifth meeting of the Inter-Col advances in the arts, sciences, etc. Mr. tentively to one o f the finest speeches
legiate Oratorical Association of Oregon Stewart had a pleasing delivery and ever delivered in that town.
A ll kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
convened at Newberg, Friday the 26th. should have had second place. While
The subject was the “ Perils to Munici
Bight colleges, each with eight dele the executive committee figured up the pal, State and National Government.”
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
gates and an orator were present. Bv grades the P. U. Ladies’ quartette were The General made a most thorough
Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, W ood and W illo w
2:00 p. m. the delegations had all ar called upon for a song. The medal was analysis o f the dangers which threaten
rived and after being assigned their awarded Mr. Fred Fisk by only one-third civil liberty, dangers which threaten
W are of all kinds, Fishing Tackle. A lso a large
places of entertainment, all adjourned to of one per cent over Mr. Bauer who took constitutional liberty, the freedom o f
lot of all kinds o f Seeds.
the basement of the Friends’ church second place. Mr. Stewart was marked speech and oi the press. He also gave
where the good people of Newberg had highest on composition, Mr. Fisk and his audience an extended review o f the
T E A A N D C O F F E E A S P E C IA L T Y . prepared
a sumptuous banquet. Toasts Mr. Ra».er being marked the same. But struggles which the civilized nations
were responded to by representatives the judges on delivery had widely dif- have made to establish the freedom o f
from McMinnville, Monmouth and Port terent ideas of oratory the difference in speech, the freedom of the press and the
land University. After the banquet the the markings of two judges on the same liberty o f action which resulted in bring
business meeting was held. Wright, of orator being twelve credits. Mr. Fisk ing out our republic with her constitu
Albany, was elected president, Kuyken was marked lowest by two judges but one tion founded upon the doctrines o f the
dall, of Kugene, secretary, and Luelling, marked him so high that he received the declaration o f American independence
of Pacific University, treasurer. The highest average.
which he urged his audience to maintain
We do all kinds of Laundry Work in the best possible
time of holding the local contest was
by the will o f the majority and resist to
manner. Any work left with us will be promptly at
made one week earlier and the amend
the last extremity the encroachments
A T T H E ’V A R S IT Y .
tended to. We guarantee all our work. Our prices are
ment to have two sets of judges was
and interference o f every foreign influ
Miss Marie Bailey is suffering from
cheaper than P irtland prices. Your patronage will be
passed. By 7:30 p. m. the Friends very severe cold, which it is feartd will ence and power, especially the growing
church, where the contest was to take result in pneumonia.
power of the political theocracy of the
place, was crowded with eager specta
Pope of Rome which the General dem
Miss Georgia Zinns leit Wednesday
tors. Gaily colored banners of beautiful
for her home in Sacramento and does nol onstrated was a serious menace and peril
design were displayed in various quar
to our municipal, state and national
expect to return this year.
ters of the room hut no outbursts of col
government. He called the attention o f
lege spirit were given, quite in contrast
his audience to the dictatorial spirit
271 ALDER S T R E E T
to manifestations made at athletic con departure.
which political theocracy of Rome has
Miss Ruth Scott left for Portland Sat manifested in the domination and control
PO R T LA N D , OR.
At just eight o’clock eight nervous and urday where she will begin work at St. of political parties in the formation of
(f. C. R ID E R , Prop.
uneasy looking performers m »relied Helen's Hall. Miss Scott leaves a host platforms o f principle and gave illustra
through the long aisle up into the intel of friends who wish her pleasant woik tions and proofs of the cowardice o f the
lectual arena. An overture by the New while pursuing her studies.
leaders o f political parties, especially of
The north and south ends of the cam his own party who had left a record o f
T H E O N L Y First-C lass ami berg orchestra followed by an invoca
Strictly T e m p eran e« Itestuu- tion by Rev. Thomas Newlin of Pacific pus are being plowed aud prepared for their desertion of the very principles ad
College, and the first number of the pro planting later on in salonum tuliernsum. vocated by James G. Blaine and other
rau t in thè city»
gram was given by the male quartette of While it is hoped a sufficient crop will eminent statesmen from Lincoln to this
P. U. which was heartily cheered. Miss harvested to pay expenses, yet the main day.
Blanche George, of the Slate Normal object is to clean the soli.
The General’s speech was not a par
School nf-xt delivtred an oration ent led
The following que-tion will lie dehat» d ti* an speech, hut a patriotic appeal to
‘ ‘ Shallow of God on Earth.” iMiss before the Gamma Sigma society Salui- our citizens to stand by our government
George took for her theme the Armenian day night; Resolved, “ That the E uro and insist upon the supreme right of the
Massacres and depicted in a dramatic pean powers should prohibit the annex majority to rule this state and nation.
way the awful carnage which the Sultan ation o f Crete by the Helenes.” Affirm
No audien e ever listened with more
of Turkey was inflicting. The next ora ative, Myet* and Pratt; negative, Dennis marked attention than the people o f
tio n ‘ ‘True Political Greatness" was de and Schoch.
Dilley who expressed their gratitude by
livered by Mr. C. P. Haight of Portland
An inter-collegiate debating associa an elegant reolutio.-» o f thanks for hia
University. Mr. Haight pointed out the tion is about to be organized, with Uni very able address.
defects in the world’s greatest politicians. versity of Oregon, Willamette Univer
It is impossible to reproduce the elo
He said the truly great statesman would sity and Pacific University as charter quent speech o f Gen. Thorp who must
ever place the welfare of the state above members. The debates are to be con be heard to know the depth and power
personal ambition and even allow his ducted in a manner similar to that in of his patriotic devotion to our country
name to be sunk into oblivion and vogue in the eastern scliodtS.
J. M. J.
Everything from a Saddle Horse to a Four-in-hand Carryall ignomv
rather than gain immortal
The Basket Hall club met Tuesday
fame by causing a leak in the ship of
A torpid liver means a bad complexion,
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
afternoon and elected Miss Baber, presi
Mr. Haight's oration showed
breath, indigestion ind frequent
Hunters and Fishermen
familiarity with his suliject but his com dent; Miss I.ieser, secretary and treas headaches. To avoid auch companions
position was weak Itl plades and his de
lake DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the
T a k e J o n e s ' B u s to a n d f r o m a ll t r a i n s
strained. A highly appreciated a committee was appointed to purchase famous little pills. J. C. Clark, drug
B a g g a g e a n d f r e i g h t c a l l e d f o r a n d d e l iv e r e d
apparatus. A motion id meet three
piano duet was rendered by Muses Britt
aud Gordon of Pacific College. Miss limes a week in the gymnasium build
ing was unanimously carried.
Sadie L. Bond, of Pacific College, then
H IL L S B O R O .
Rheloricals of the Freshmen and
delivered an oration on the ‘ ‘ Birthright
The telephone people are busy putting
of Americans.” Miss Bond dwelt at Sophomore classes will take place in the up wires this week.
length on the material resources of the auditorium Friday afternoon at three
PRESCRIPTION' DRUGGISTS. country but said our greatest inheritance o'clock. Messrs. Haskell and Lueiling The -sheriff will be ready to collect
will read essays; declamations will be taxes bv the 5 th inst.
T o ile t A rtic le s ,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded hy was the freedom of thought and opinion given hy Misses Baber, Lancefield ai d
L. V. Berckmoes is back at work after
and living in a land where the in
S ta tio n e ry ,
-ft- an Experienced Pharmacist and from stitutions are matured under the bénéfi Lieser, and Mr. Sweek.
Excellent a prolonged attack o f grip.
N ew s D ep o t.
•ft. the Best and Freshest material.
Dr. J. E. Adkins has been very sick for
cient h .ud of Christianity. An oration music will be furnished by the conserva
several days with pneumonia.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHO v—
A delightful reception was tendered
P. Early of Willamette University. Mr.
County commissioners' court convened
JS/IAIN S T R E E T , jHILLSBOf^O. Early had a labeled delivery which Mr. P. K. Hauer at Herrick Hall last Wednesday for the March term.
lacked force. This oration though on a Monday evening, the occasion affording
A number of persons went to hear
Subscriptions Received for the W a s h in g t o n C o u n t y H a t c h e t , somewhat trite sulject, was presented in an opportunity for his many friends to
Sousa's band at Portland this week.
T h e C o u n t y N E W S p a p e r .
»n original wayt but lacked depth of show their dne appreciation for the
John M. Beck, a Portland capitalist,
thought. The audience was then favored honor and esteem Which lie won for
transacted business at the court house
by a number from the Ladies’ quartette himself and for the school, at the inter
of P. U. The hearty encore tendered collegiate Oratorical contest held at
The Coffee club celebrated its third
them could not be given as Fresh ent
Cox emphatically announced -.he length parlor* were beautifully decorated with anniversary Wednesday evening at Fire
of tile program would not admit of en evergreens and potted plants and pre man’s hall.
Miss Kate Rose returned to Hillsboro
cores. Mr. Fred Fisk, of the U. of O., sented a charming appearance. Music
next delivered ail oruion on “ Brother of a high order was given by the college last week after a year’s stay at Red
Special Bargains in T w en ty and Forty Acre
hood.” He treated his subject in an quartette, each responding to a hearty Lodge, Montana.
Tracts in W ashington, Y a m hill
able manner, tracing the growth of al- encore. Miss Emma Stewart sang pret-
At the annual school election held
truism from the savage tribe to the con- j tily a vocal solo, which was followed by Monday afternoon Capt. J. D. Merryman
and Tillam ook counties.
-ummate republic, refuting the idea tnat a charming instrumental solo hv Miss was elected director and Peter Boscow
O RE G O N . might is right and showing that equal Lee. Reports o f the trip to Newbarg clerk.
FO REST GROVE
rights to all was the otiljr idea that were given by Dr. McClelland, Professor
Elder Shelley returned Friday morn
could endure. This oration showed care Perrin and Principal Bates. Mr. Bauer ing from a two weeks sojourn in Wash
ful preparation, access to a good library made a abort speech, in which he ington. He preached at Forest Grove
and much hard labor, but the delivery thanked his many fiiends, especially the Sunday.
was too studied.
“ Patriotism Our members o f the faculty, for the sympa
The meetings at the Christian church
Present need” Was the title of an ora thy arid encouragement he had received. closed Sunday evening. Seven addi
tion given hy Mr. J . Sherman Wallace
G A LE S C R E E K .
tions, six by coufessiou aud baptism and
of McMinnville College. Mr. Wallace
Rheumatism Quickly l ured.
one by letter.
spoke of the great menace« to our com
After having been confined to the
monwealth, enumerating the liquor traf l house for eleven day* and paying out
From Cripple Creek.
fic, Mammon worship, Catholicism and $¡15 in doctor bills without lienefit, Mr,
After the big fire in Cripple Creek, I
foreign immigration. The speaker wa* Frank Dolson of Fault Ste. Marie, Mi»h.,
look a very severe cold and tried many
earnest and showed considerable natural waa cured by one bot.le of Chamber-
remdies without help, the cold ouly be
oratorical ability hut his delivery sav Iain's Pain I aim costing 26 «enta ai d
coming more settled. Alter using three
l,o iv P r i c e s ,
oured too much of political plattorm has not since been troubled with that
botllea of Chamberlain’« Cough
P r o m p t D e liv e r y ,
CHAS. HIATT, I»roi>nt*tor. oratory and his composition lacker* depth complaint. For sale by J. C. Clark, small
Kemedy, both the cough and cold left
E x c e lle n t Q u a lit y .
of thought and originality. Misa Glen,
me, and in this high latitude it tekee a
of Newberg, in a rich well trained con
meritorious cough remedy to do any
Btirklen's Arnica Salve.
tralto voice then sang ‘ ‘There, Little
B. Hx*Di£Ri>o.x, editor! Daily
An old book quaintly says that “ when
Girl Don't C ry ." Mr. P. E. Bauer, of
The Pest Salve in the world for Cuts,
Advertiser. For sale by J. C. C l!
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
P.'u.Tin hia~usual pleasing manner, with the whole system 1 . prevaded by wt 11-
Fever Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands
well modulated voice and graceful gest- oxygenated blood, vigorously propelled,
' Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup- j
ures next gave an able oration on ' The Hie and activity are copiously commum-
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no j
Soothing for burn«, scalds, cha
Progress o f Democratic Principles.” cated." Which means that when the
pay required It is guaranteed to rive 1
hands and lips. Healing for cuU
perfect satisfaction or money refunded. j
Mr. Bauer traced the growth ol demo- blood is purified by the use of Ayer a
sores. Instant relief for pil -a, stops
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by ,
cracy from its very beginning, showing Sar-apanlla, perfect health ia the result.
at once. These axe the virtue« o f
T i M 1 m il* N< rth w p «tn f Fore»!O m v^
BA IK K OK P. U.
Forest Grove Laundry
___ and Dye House.
W. S. BALDWIN, Manager.
W*LK«R’a BciLnisn on Main 8tra.-t.up
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, T H U R S D A Y , M A R C H 4, 1897.
QREER THE GROCER
■ onijj P r o f e s s i o n a l C a r d s .
K o r e st G r o ve T im e s .
HUGHES & SON,
ricultural Implements, such as
^gor.s, Buggies, Plows, Harrows,
rden Tools, Etc.
|s, Lime, Plaster and Cement.
1REST GROVE, OREGON
top at the . . .
last Chance Grocery.
The Iasi place to get your
supplies until you reach’ Til-
y» lainook. I can y a full line of
ry Goods and Groceries,
Cigars and Tobacco.
shing Tackle and all necessary
supplies for a camp outfit.
lephone rnnimnnirafinn between
Forest Grove and Tillamook.
a r g e n t
brock ’ s
sto r e .
R E / c L E S T j A T E A G E JS iT ,
All Grades of
Ron^li and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lnmlier a Specialty.
Brick for Sale!
160.000 Good Quality
II. I ‘\ < ’n l«‘liintr.
\\ T e v rsi — fvf . .»
1 AiTHrrLMEV on
Womrn <n i r s i r l fo r rr»|v>n-lble estah
l ,, M t"n i| ni-'.'t. - .I-r I * . IjajeMa
how princes had been dethroned and na- j
W itt’« Witch Haael Salve. J. C. 1
tion* had been despoiled and divided for
A Snap — Five acres o f good, level
it» advancement. Thi# was a polished land, new house story and a half, small
production and showed bard study and barn, wood abed, amok* house, one-half
Hi pans Tabulae cure |______
a wida rangs of raading, we« transparent mile from city.
Price, S.VJO —Foraat
Ripen* Tabuleei eae gteea'
l ia ihmuh* m 4 clear 1« construetiet j Grove Lead Ce,