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13 K o r e s t
KatabiU l***«! IH9Ä
b ta b lU h e d
f i REER T HE PROCER
HAS T H E LEA D IN Q
31 AN AND SURGEON,
Office at his residence,
4ILT ( B p l 1111 «or p eu »l°ni‘ * v« t y Wednesday.
» §R . C. E. GEIGER,
» mut B
q p a t h
p h y sic ia n
resident-*, Bowlby hoimo, Pai-lBc are.,
west of Forest Qrove hotel.
A ' «J
All kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and Willow
Ware o f all kinds, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
lot o f all kinds o f Seeds I B .
Attention paid to Medical and 8urrical
pi Women and Children aud all chronic
d e n t is t ,
Forest Grove Laundry
_ _ _ _ and Dye House.
IX O N ,
> 4 P -m -
We do all kinds o f Laundry Work in the best possible
Any work left with us will be promptly at
tended to. We guarantee a ll our work. Our prices are
cheaper than Portland prices.
Your patronage will be
O . C. H < A T T
L E N T IS T .
W. S. BALDWIN, Manager.
TEA AND COFFEE A SPECIALTY.
IE S T G R O V E . O REG O N .
J w a l k i k ' h BtiiLniNo tiu Main Street, up
|rs. Office hours, S a. ta. to 4 p. in.
THOMAS H. T O N G U E ,
t u o i t o , W A IH 1 K 6 T 0 N C O U N T Y , O
271 ALDER STREET
! G. C. RIDER, Prop.
SM ITH & BOW M AN,
- law ,
arial Work and Conveyancing.
& 7 Morgan Bile.
H ILLS B O R O , O R .
JONES’ STABLE^ .
M. L A N G L E Y ,
^KfsEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
^puty Prosecuting Attorney.
Collections a specialty,
l : — Up-stairs, Woods & Caples
irai Fire Insurance
L s b o r o
H. D. S t e w a r t ,
Ass’ t Cashlar.
b r o c k ’ s
S. W. Thompson vs. Edward Griebler
et al; order confirming sale o f realty.
James M. Smith vs. W illiam Vaughn
F orest G
sto re .
[ANTON PLANNER, Proprietor
^UCTS A GENERAL BANKING BU8INEM8
arts and telegraphic transfers sold on New
[ Chicago aud San Francisco.
Iso exchange payable at sight in London,
j Berlin, Amsterdam, Brussels, Stockholm,
uort-on-the-Main as well as all other
Bpal cities and centers o f trade throughout
Inited Kingdom, Ireland and Continental
pllections made at all accessible points,
T o ile t A rtic le s ,
S ta tio n e ry ,
N e w s D e p o t.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by
an Experienced Pharmacist and from
the Best and Freshest material.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHO NE.
JVIAIN STREET, JHILLSBO^O.
Subscriptions Received for the W a s h in g t o n C o u n t y
T hk C o u n t y NEW S p a per .
H atch kt ,
usiness hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
HUGHES & SON,
R E jA L E STU A TE A G E JN T ,
Special Bargains in Twenty and Forty Acre
Tracts in Washington, Yamhill
and Tillamook counties.
^cultural Implements, such as j FOREST
^gons, Buggies, Plows, Harrows,
pden Tools, Etc. Also Paints,
s, Lime, Plaster and Cement.
t h e o ld w il t r o u t m i l l
► r e s t GROVE, OREGON.
lop at the . . .
(ast Chance Grocery.
The last place to get your
supplies until you reach T il
lamook. I c a n y a full line of
(y Goods and Groceries,
Cigars and Tobacco.
ling Tackle and
t supplies for a camp outfit.
(•phone I'omniuniratinn between
Forest Grove and Tillamook.
All Grades of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
I n > w I* riven,
P ro m p t D e liv e ry ,
E x c e lle n t Q u a lity .
CHAS. HIATT, Proprietor.
Ila.-kleii's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum.
I Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands
¡Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin F.rup-
tions, and positively cores Piles, or no
pav required. It is guaranteed to give
I perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
! Price 25 centa per box. For sale by
1 Chaa. Miller.
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a r g e n t
s e v e r a l f a i t h f u l m e . v o r
Woni.-n «.• '*»• -I L * -«•*» n '*>'* «•»•»•»-
J." _ L n „ ' . .
* • » » " ♦ * ' > « ' • " r ., t “ ’ •
B rick fo r Sale!
160.000 Good Q uality
I I .
C J n i f lii n u '.
Yard 1 m fl« N o r ilw w in f f o n » t
Wanted-In Idea « S 5 5
i . . . t ! * • : Hier may l . l « r v s * . . 1 1 » .
W r it * J O IIS W « U Ü M .id RS * V O - Patew t A U -T-
'• » •.> k .irtü « n p i».W «
and Alice Vaughn; same.
Em m a J. Marion vs. Mary C. Davis et
James M. Smith vs. W illiam aud Alice
Vaughn; report of R. B. Goodin as re
On post mortem examination, pieces
o f the root were found in the rumen,
and in the reticulum, or second stom
It was somewhat surprising to
find not more than two drams o f the
root in the stomach.
A very small
amount might have passed beyond rec
ognition by uustication, but a careful
examination was made resulting in the
above amount. From the amount left
in the feed-box it was evident that only
a very small portion had been eaten.
Tuesday.— Judge McBride in sustaining
the demurrer to the indictm ent returned
against Huber H ingier by the grand
jury, charging him with illegally voting
at the school meeting in district No. 18,
March 1, at Progress, has settled the
question of further prosecution for such
offenses, so far as this county is con
cerned, until the supreme court bolds
otherwise. The court held that, while
school elections are not elections within
the meaning o f the constitution, yet
E X PE R IM E N T
The following day we determined to
they arc authorized, and any qualifica make another trial of the material, and
tion may be inforced; that the property if possible, counteract the effect o f the
qualification is constitutional and should poison with an antidote.
be enforced by the directors, who are ! A calf one year old was selected for
the judges; that the criminal code op-| the experiment.
The temperature of
plies only to general elections, and not 1 the animal was taken in the evening and
to specially authorized elections, as it \ morning preceding the experiment. The
follows closely the wording of the consti- j normal was found to be 102J4 degrees
tution, and hence is intended to apply to ; Two bulbs the size of a egg were cut
elections authorized by the constitution, < and mixed with carrots, ami a little
and not to school elections; that the
remedy is for directors to prevent from
voting those not qualified under the law,
and that it was a neglect of the legisla-
ture in not having made it a crime for
As soon as possible the animal waa
given an ounce of turpentine in a quart
o f milk, and immediately the animal re
covered its feet and begau to walk abowt
with difficulty. Its limbs were stiff and It
walked with a straddling gait. A t fotsg
the temperature stood at 104J4 and tile
animal was perspiring very freely. Tfie
respirations were very hurried being
about double the usual number per min
ute. Symptoms seemed to improve for
a time; hut soon there were indications
o f severe spasms. The dose o f turpentine
and milk was repeated and the animal
stood up till 11:30, when it went down as
before. A full dose of tincture o f acco-
nite with a quart of milk; but no results
were noticed, immediately a hypodermic
injection o f nitro-glyeerin was made, bat
with no results. The spasms were aL
most continuous from the time the ani
mal fell over until death took place at
11:45, just two and one-half hours from
the time the poison was administered.
The highest temperature reached wee
Since the experimental feeding o f the
root, Professor Hedrick has received re
plies from several botanists to whom
samples o f the roots were sent for identi»
heat ion, aud all have replied that the
plant is not wild parsnip, or water
parsnip (S iu m A.J, but a plant closely
resembling the former, called Waters
Hemlock (Cico/a L .) . A t to the exact
species we are not certain, but itivestige-
tions will be made to settle this point.
Further experiments will be made in
making a fluid extract o f the poison, and
:n finding an antidote. Many remediea
are bacon, coal oil, turpentine, soda,
bleeding and many others, which, ow ing
to lack of sufficient data we cannot rec
ommend, until further experiments have
proven their efficacy. The best rem edy
so lar, is the “ ounce of prevention" ad
ministered by keeping the s*ock aw ay
from the bulbs, at least before the tops
are grown, for they are more violent la
their action at that stage.— Press Bullm
tin, Oregon Experiment Station.
Real Estate Transfers.
William l> ami Deo H Taylor to John A
Frank 2.1 a sou IS t 2 « r -J w ........ !
Robert Stephenson suit wife to Win
S'epheuaon 30 a ol sec 12,12 s r 3 w
whether this material, which was said to Chas E Sartd to Mary A Thompson u 3$
of ae qr see 2S t 2 n r 4 ..................
be wild parsnip, would actually kill. It
Maud Vaughn to J (4 A Bowlby Its 7 aud
may be stated that we were in doubt as
S blk 3 South Park add to Korest
to whether the roots were from the plant
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known as the wild parsnip.
A U Kanno and wife to A J Kauno tracts
to. 14 and 1 and pt tract 1 6 ot Fruit
A bulb was cut into small pieces,
ful lands and other lauds near
mixed with a carrot cut in the same way,
and fed to a two year old grade heifer. W E Beauchamp and w l by W N Bar
The material was fed at 8 o ’clock, a. m.,
rett assignee to BenJ Hehotleld 170 a
in see ¡10 11 s r4 w and other lands.. 3
and at 9:30 the animal was dead.
J y A Buwlby to Roscoc Vaughn und
poison performed its work so quickly,
% ol Its 1, 2, 3 and 4 blk 0 town of
after the first symptoms, that we were
unable to be present when death oc lleur> C Paymond to Heston Co opera
tive Milling Co. tsaet In Uaston ...
curred ; but reached the place very soon
Elizabeth lla kney, by sheriff, to
after. The animal evidently died in a
Washington Comity If :M and the u
spasm. It was in a stall, and falling on
li of It 34 In Harden Home tax deed
its left side, never regained its feet. Froth 1 : M Krone to N T Brittle 442.16 a In the
( has and Thos Stewart d 1 c 11 ■ r2
and foam escaped from the mouth in
State of Oregon vs. Ralph Moore and
Florence Cameron, charged with adult-
tery; arraigned and given until tomorrow
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 in s
— ------- B a g g a g e a n d f r e ig h t c a lle d f o r a n d d e liv e re d
, IN I .
Nos 1, 2 and 3, and trial set, on indict the 1895 crop in this county was con
ment No 2, for March 23.
signed to the plaintitt in this action.
State o f Oregon vs H B Hollenbeck;
State of Oregon vs. Ralph Moore and
arraigned upon indictments 1 and 2, Florence Comeron, charged with adult
charging rape, aud given until Monday ery; plea of not guilty, and trial set for
The grand jury presented three true
State of Oregon vs. Charles Parrott and
Jane Parrott, indictm ent No. 2, for per
German Savings and Loan Society vs jury; demurrer to the indictm ent sus
Won Eisnor, confirmation and order tained.
confirming sale of realty.
Chas M Miller vs Jas H ickey et al;
foreclosure; default and decree for the
H. T. F r e n c h , Agriculturist.
plaintiff for $955 33, $100 attorney's
A communication was received at the
fees and $15 50 costs.
station from Waldrop, Lincoln county,
Monday:— State o f Oregon vs. Hubert regarding cattle poisoning.
H ingley, indicted for illegally voting at of the root which caused the difficulty
a school meeting; pleaded not guilty and was sent to the botanist for examination.
demurred to the indictment; demurrer On consultation with the professor we
sustained and defendant discharged.
determined to test the effect of the root
State of Oregon vs. Charles an d jau e on animals at the station. A bushel of
Parrott, indicted for endeavoring to pro- roots were forwarded to us from the lo
cure and incite W. M. Atkinson to com cality where the injury first occurred.
mit perjury; arraigned and given until
e X P K R I M E N T NO. I.
tomorrow morning to plead.
We determined to feed an animal on
State o f Oregon vs. Charles and Jane the material first to determine whether
Parrott; indicted for larceny in a dwell the bulbs would actually kill.
ing; pleaded not guilty.
ments had been carried on at the station
State of Oregon vs. S. B. Hollenbeck; some eight years ago, in the feeding of
pleaded not guilty as charged in the in wild parsnip, without any injurious ef
dictment; trial set for Saturday, March fects, hence we wished to determine
morning to plead.
Gilbert Blair vs. Preston Richardson,
as administrator of the estate of Thomas
Richardson, deceased; upon motion of
the plaintiff the cusc was dismissed with
out prejudice, and upon notice of defend
ant recover from plaintiff costs and dis
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
Hunters and F’ishermen
. . . and Loan Broker.
Everything from a Saddle Horse to a Four-in-hand Carryall
J. I. KJMIGJHT
Y o l. II, No. 32, V o l. IX, No. •
promissory note, due one «lay after date
and bearing interest at 10 per cent, was
The following cases were disposed of
given by Young to Joel P. G eer, for Us-
befoie Judge McBride at Hillsboro dur
burn & C o ., on which suit was brought.
ing the past week. As there was a spec-
Usburn alleged that he only sold the
ial session in Oregon C ity on Saturday
hops for $899 76; that he expended, for
court adjourned Friday over Sunday.
the purpose of procuring a sale, $404 16,
State of Oregon vs R Cressinger, de leaving a balance of $495 60 as the net
fendant; plea o f guilty in iudictment No. proceeds o f the sale o f the hops, on
5, charging the criuie o f larceny in a which he had advanced (820 and $61 76
store. Cressinger was sentenced to one interest. He asked judgm eut for $385 16.
year in the penitentiary; and, by consent The defendant, Young, set up in his an
of the district attorney, indictm ent No. swer that, through Joel P. Geer, Usburn
1 was dismissed.
guaranteed him, at the time of consign
State o f Oregon vs Ralph Moore and ment, s cents a pound for the hops. A
Florence Cameron; plea o f not guilty en- j number of witnesses, all hopraisers, and
tered and trial set for March 26.
against whom Usburn would have the
State o f Oregon vs John Moore and Lou j same grounds for an action, were present
Downs; same plea as preceding case and and are delighted over the outcome of
trial set for same date.
the case. Usburn’s counsel did not ap
State o f Oregon vs Chas and Jane Par-1 pear, this being the day set for trial-
rott; defendant given until March 22 to Not only to the liopgrowers present but
to many growers in different parts o f the
State o f Oregon vs Wm Henry W ar country, will the termination of the case
ren; plea of not guilty to indictments be satisfactory, as a large percentage of
Fire and Accident Insurance
pf the Peace
TT i m e s .
>. W . W A R D , M . D.
G r o v e
F O R E S T G R O V E , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y , M A R C H 23, 18!>7.
CONSOLIDATED JUNE 4, 1896.
r o IV s s io n a l C a r d » .
U M Stewart and wife to Uaston Co
operative Milling Co right of way
for ditch In Donald McLeod d 1 e
1 1 s r 4 w ....................... .............
J W Baxter to Uaston Co operative
Milling Co right of way for ditch
sec X 6 1 1 • r 4 w ............... ...........
If H Wahl and wile to Uaston Co
operative Milling Co right of way
for ditch etc.................................
S S I enox to Uaston Co-operative Mill
ing Co 11 a sec 86 t 1 s r4 w also
right of way ditch ......................
Eunice Walker and hnsbaud to Uaston
Co-operative Milling Co right of
way for ditch...............................
Elisha smith to John Watters Its 14,16,
16, 17 and IS l>lk ft West Portland
7 600 «
10 0 «
Uonrt House News.
1 ’ iobute.— lu re estate o f John K t y ,
Sale o f real property coa-
firmed and conveyance ordered.
In re estate o f Ira Lyon, deceased.
Final account approved, aiul ordered
that caali on hand, viz., $1.340 59, be or
dered distributed among the heira, and
j grain sprinkled over the roots to induce j upon filing receipt for same, tiiat this
j the animal to eat them. The root is not estate lie i losed of record.
I11 re estate of W. R. Carpenter, d ^
1 especially relished; but when an animal
j is hungry for something green, I ima ceased. Final settlement continued t a
j gine th ty would lie quite readily eaten. Monday. March 29, 1897.
In re estate of Alois Ilardweiger, da-
The animal mentioned ate the material
Confirmation o f sale of- real
under protest in order to get the grain
property continued to Monday, April %
one to »0 vote.
During the argument, the meaning of
the language of the law as to who are
voters, where it says "w ho has property
Law Docket.— M. H. Parker vs J. g .
in the district upon which he or she pays
The material was fed the animal at 9:15
a ta x ,,’ was construed b y the court to a. in.; at 9:40 the temperature was 103, Reynolds, motion to dissolve attacbnM «|
mean that any one having property in aud the muscles of the nose began to argued and taken under advisement a a -
the district subject to assessment and tw itch . A t 10 o’clock the temperature til March 29, 1897.
W. G. Cole va J. E. Gleason.
taxation would be a taxpayer in t h e 1 had risen to i < pj > j , no other changes e x
meaning of the law.
cept the animal was a little uneasy.
At missed on motion of plaintiff.
C. jesae va Katie Kiermeier et al. S o t
The case o f Thom as Us tram vs. J. P. I 10:25 temperature 104; and the animal
Young, to recover $386 15, alleged to he began to tremble about the flanks. for hearing on April 12, 1897, at 2 p.
due mi a consignment o f 18195 hops, was
settled in court l«»d»y in favor of defend
ant. the cost* of the action, amountingl
to about IS5. wer«- «axed to the plaintiff.
Ushnrn is a London hop merchant, to
whom J. P. Young, o f Bntteville. con-
sigiic«! 16.4P p i u i 'l - of bop», receiving
as picking money $700, aiel a further
¡otoance of $12$ at the date ot consign-
invii«. making :«-l
• ••■ «• of t rents a
Eyes watered >ery freely. A t 10:35 some
R h eu m atism (Quickly Cured.
what excited, temperature 104 % .
After having iieen confined to
this time the aniuisl began to urinate
very freely and this continued until house for eleven «lays and paying
death ensued. At 10:43 Ihc animal fell $ !i in doctor bill* without benefit,
over on its left side with a spasm.
The Frank Dolaon <>f Han It St«. Maria,
eyes were drawn and the muscles were was ciirrsl by one bottle of ('ham
very rigid, aud contracted violently. Iain's Pain Balm costing ‘ b centa
The animal fell backward rather than lias not since been troubled with
• M rwsvs. and when part way down complaint.
For salo by J. C.