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CONSOLIDATED JUNE 4, 1896.
FO R E ST G R O V E , O R E G O N , T H U R S D A Y , A P R IL . * , 1 8 » 7 .
V oi. I l l , No. 2 , V ol. I X , No. IO
ley soils will not last forever under a sash, etc.
constant drain of their fertility without
One never meets a more congenial set
N O . I « J , K. O K H .
recuperation, but in these days of small of people than can be found in all tha
WARD, M. D.
In nearly every branch of industry, \ profits our farms must be kept up to their Sound cities, and the day will coma
H A S T H E LEA D 1N Q
IN AND SURGEON,
trade or profession, except farming, the j full fertility if they are to pay expeuses. when their ambition, directed by an in-
tendency of the times is toward speciali- Diversified farming gives opportunity for telligent purpose, will be rewarded.
Be at b is residen ce,
zation. In this one industry the exact I rotation of crops, thus providing the The one great lack, which must always
I ROVE, - - OREGON.
opposite is true, diversity is there the rests and changes necessary for the soil. ! be a lack, is such a supporting soil aa we
order of the age.
In some of the older states a considerable have in the Willamette valley. The
A ll kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
Now it is a recognized fact that the bill of expense is annually incurred for many good harbors around the Sound
trades and professions are furnishing re- commercial fertilizers to keep up fertility, j can never be utilized and the cities that
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
C. E . G E I G E R ,
jminerative employment to a large and 1 A small band of cows on the farm will become permanent mint look to Oregoa
Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, W ood and W illo w
ever increasing portion ofthe population, 1 not only obviate this necessity, but, if or Eastern Washington for their food
a t h ic
p h y s ic ia n
W are of all kinds, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
while the burdens of those who remain rightly managed, will also contribute in supplies. That means a good source o f
[ n d s u r g e o n
the farms are constantly growing no small degree to the furnising of the income for our state.
lot of all kinds of Seeds I n B u l k .
-lienee, linwlby h»m>e, Dacifle ave.,
[t of Forest Grove hotel.
heavier and their lots harder to bear, j table as well as to defray some of the
5T GROVE, OREGON.
TEA AND COFFEE A SPECIALTY. From these facts it would seem either running expenses of the farm. Besides
“ Under Which Flag?”
that diver-ified farming is not what it this, the value set upon the manure they
(n tio n paid to M edical and S u rg ic a l j
of the rebellion is over. That
has been “ cracked up to be’ ’ or else has produce is much lower than it should be. mighty conflict of elemental humaa
•ivisioj fo m e u aud C h ild ren and all chron ic ;
This is due to the fact that the manure passions, with itsarmed hosts, its mighty
not been given a fair trial.
There was a time when the country itself is not properly taken care of, and battles, its wealth of incidents, tendon
was new and good farms could be had also because
, , . | humorous, grotesque aud terrible, is
for the asking; when wheat was a dollar parat.vely new, we do not appec.ate their nea
erutio„ away from the Hving
d e n t is t ,
I present We are looking upon it through
a bushel and other produce correspond value in preventing delegation.
ingly high, that a man who possessed or
Hogs have been called a necessary ad- ^ softeni
tttnloSphere which time
f o r e st grove
We do all kinds of Laundry Work in the best possible
dinary business sagacity,might attain fair junct to every dairy and certain it is that j th r o w & a r o u n d ^ memor. ble evenU r f
[ p. m.
manner. Any work left with us will be promptly at
of the dairy
.. . malignity,
success either at grain growing, stock- many J of the profits
J would \ ! the
tended to. We guarantee all our work. Our prices are
raising, or any other single branch of the be wasted without them. Not a cents the bitter hatreds that flourished them
cheaper than Portland prices. Your patronage will be
farm industry. But all this is changed. worth of anything that ean be utilized in have growu weaker year by year, unttt
) R . O . C. H A T T
Uncle Sam has no more fertile farms to any way, or turned into a product of it is to be hoped they have at last beca
1 E N T IS T .
give away. Other new countries are be more value should be allowed to be buried forever beneath the flowers which
ing developed, that, with their cheap wasted or remain unconverted iu these every May sees scattered with impartial
lands and cheap labor, call produce days of small margins. No one who tenderness upon the last resting places
I lkrk ’ s B uilding on Main Street, up
wheat with which we can not compete. raises grain enough for his own use ran of the Blue and the Gray Historians
Office hours, 9 a . m. to 4 p. ra.
Stock ranges are fast disappearing, and afford to be without hogs to glean his are beginning to address themselves in
271 ALDER STREET
with them the profitable industry they stubble fields in the fall. Many people telligently to the worthy task of recoil
think that they can not afford to raise ing the annals of the greatest of d ell
lOMAS H. TONGUE,
Farmers have learned by the sad les hogs for market at Dresent prices. This wars. Whittier, Harte and Reade haws
G. C. RIDER, Prop.
sons of experience that they can no lon- is the fault of improper management, already embalmed in immortal verses
eer afford to devote their whole attention and not the fault of the hog. When he solitary acts of heroism, and it will hs
DRO, W ashington C ounty , O r .
to one single branch of farming and de fills hi9 proper place on a farm where a long before the p' ets will cease to fis4
T H E O N L Y First-C lass and pend on the profits of this one crop to well maanaged diversity is carried on, ample room for their powers in commess-
Strictly Tem perance R estau supply them with all the other necessi the hog is still a profitable animal and orating deeds of dar\t\g and,of patriotiasa
»MITH & BOWMAN,
rant in the city.
ties of life. The cotton planters of the the only thing that farmers cannot afford that illume, like ««ars, the gloomy recast
South once devoted their whole attention to do in regard to him is to be without of marches „nd eputiter-marches. Nor
to that article and depended on the him and buy the necessary meat for thdir s’uftnld Uik tfriupatist be idle. Surely ths
lai Work and Conveyancing.
Northern states to supply them, not only table with the profits of some other pro-, time hfts pome when a play should bs
[7 M organ B lk .
H IL L S B O R O , O r .
with all manufactured article» pf every du <*.
indeed ft “ bpef abstract and chronicle e f
I Hiight go on indefinitely citing a
day use, but also with nearly every staple
the times," neither unwelcome nor of
W. M. LANGLEY,
article of food for their tables as well. great variety of products which bear a fensive. Such a play would be some
They have since learned that their own natural relation to one another, aud
IlKY AND C O U N SELO R A T LAW
thing more than a drama—it woud be a
were, in many instances, better which would form the component parts
aty Prosecuting Attorney.
page of history. It must be conceivsh
adapted to growing these articles than of an economical diversity. But all are
Collections a specialty.
and written without partisanship s r
they were cotton, and that by devoting not situated alike and each must be
|—Up-stairs, Woods <St Caples
prejudice. It must above everything bs
some time to growing them at home for
true. The motives, the passions of that
their own use and even for market mil ment and ability. But this much 1 wish
stormy times must be clearly outlined.
lions of dollars were saved to their com to say in closing. While the farmer’s The loyal Unionist, the ardent Southron,
F ir e aud A cciden t In su ra n c e j
suri Ib lic
munities annually. Since the South has condition is confessedly not what it
must be shown as they were—«Mil
like P eace
L o an s C ollections
taken up this practice of diversified farm ought to be, and while a great variety of
equally devoted to his cause. eaCb
ing she has had a new development causes, political and otherwise may have
confident of its justice. Tbs
Everything from a Saddle Horse to a Four-in-hand Carryall never before experienced. All other operated to produce these conditions, yet equally
J. I. KJMIGJHT
self-seeking neutral, the bandit-libs
sections of the county might learn some the farmers possess in themselves the
guariilla, the negro longing for freedom,
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
only logical means of deliverance from
usefnl lessons from this.
il Fire Insurance
yet faithful to his old master—these ds-
Hunters and Fishermen
The farmer's constant study should be this state of affairs. Great international
ments cannot be omitted. In such •
how he may be able to buy less and sell questions have been solved on dry goods
.. and Loan Broker. T a k e J o n e s ’ B us to a n d f r o m a ll t r a in s
drama even the humors of camp life, tbs
more. His profits are small enough at boxes on rainy days, I will admit, but,
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 best, and if he depends on a single crop my brother farmers, relief will never woes and mishaps of sutlers and sub
O rego n
stitutes, will find fitting place. Nothing
an unfavorable year mav ruin him. come to you and I from that source.
should be omitted that will tend to join
Let us collectively and individually get
Probably nearly every farmer is so situ
the picture with various tints, grave, w
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ated that some particular crop is his down to conscientious, persistent work;
A»s’t Cashier, i
bre and gay which the war presented, la
principal money producer, but he should let us strive to reap from our lands in
such astonishing variety and endlMB
also depend on some other crop or crops full the abundance of the products of
profusion. When such elements as than
of F orest G rove
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. for part of his income so that when one tlieir fertility; to never allow that fertil are combined with a strong, romantic
source of supply is shut off by unfavor ity or the quality of its products to de
YTON PFANNER, Proprietor
T o ile t A r tic le s ,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by able circumstances he is not deprived of teriorate; to be always in the market story of human interest then power mat
passion will move as in far o ffd ty s o f
an Experienced Pharmacist and from all resources. Thus, nearly every one with the best our farms will produce of the war, and the tender aud glorioas
tTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS S ta tio n e ry ,
upon attempting diversified farming, whatever kind and quantity of crops we
the Best and Freshest material.
ks and te le g ra p h ic tra n sfe rs sold o a N ew | N ew s D e p o t.
memories of that time will live sgaia
kicago and San Fran cisco .
that they have, after all, one principal are best adapted to handle. This will with all their old power to thrill and us-
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
e x c h an g e p a y a b le at sig h t in Lo n d on , I
money crop, and tile others will be ac always necessitate diversified farming to
soirc, and none to sadden or depraon
k rlin , A m sterd am , B ru ssels, Stockho lm , '
cessory or secondary to this. Whether a greater or less extent, but it is the sur We believe that such a drama has bssa
Irt-on-the-M ain a s w ell as a ll o th er I
► LI 1 1 cities and c en ters o f trad e throu gh ou t
the main crop be hay, grain, fruit, or est and most practicable means of recov written and its interpretation will ba
|e d K in g d o m , Ire la n d and C on tin en tal
Subscriptions Received for the W ashington C ounty H a t c h b t , dairy products, he should endeavor to ery from depressed conditions that is given in this city by amateurs who Iha
tions m ad e at a ll accessible p oints.
have as many accessory crops as his open to the farming community at the
T h e C ounty N EW S p a p e k .
in our midst, for the benefit of the FW-
In e s s h o u rs from 9 a . m. t 0 4 p .n 1 .
time, room and capability for manage present time.
est Grove band, at Vert’S hal), Friday
ment will allow. Endeavor to have
evening, April 16.
something to sell at all seasons of the
year, or whenever any one may wish to
buy. This leaves no time for idle loafing
The people of Oregon are constantly
D E A L E R S IN
Tuesday morning tha
upon street corners. The man with a taking of the “ hard times" and they us
harvest on hand every month in the ually forget that other parts of our fire bell aroused the most of our sleepiag
year must be up and doing, for there is county are suffering just as much, or citizens, and the Miller Pharmacy w U
Special Bargains in Tw enty and Forty Acre
always work waiting for him. But he is more, than we are. A flying trip over found to be burning very rapidly, Tha
the one who will succeed, if any, and he I the Sound country, as Western W’ashing- fire company responded on double quick
Tracts in W ash ington, Y am hill
is the only man who can be independent I ton is called, revealed the fact that the aud soon had two streams of water play
and Tillam ook counties.
for he is not then compelled to rush his awful depression following the wonder- ing on the building. In a very shMt
products on the market just when it is j f„i boom of a few years ago left di; aster time the fire was put out. The entha
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OREGON. most crowded in order to obtain sub- | ¡a every part of the country. The large stock of goods was destroyed but tba
lultural Implements, such as FOREST GROVE
building was left standing aud coalC
stance for his livelihood.
towns, that grew up like mushrooms,
kns, Buggies, Plows, Harrows,
This brings out another very important are now at a "dead standstill," and seem be repaired. If this fire had not boca
pn Tools, Etc. Also Paints,
point in favorof diversified farming. By to be large enough to meet the actual controlled quickly other buildings woutt
the farmer to have something demands of the country for years to liave ignited and a great loss sustained.
■Lime, Plaster and Cement.
to turn off at all seasons of the year, it come. Mechanics have little or nothing But we have a fine system of water woffca
I e ST GROVE, OREGON.
provides a means of meeting current ex to do and have joined the procession of which proved its value at last night’s 6 m
penses as he goes along, thus avoiding mourners over the death of all kinds of The pressure was good and the supply
that greatest of all evils that ever befell industry. ' Seattle is the city of Washing of water abundant. The building oaÉ
an individual or a community—the credit ton andbhows some signs of returning stock were both insured but to what a»-
system. Single crop farming is the prosperity, but is yet an over grown city. tent we do not know. It is whii
natural ally of the credit system, and the At the north end of the Sound. Port on the street that the fire must
two must be banished together from our Townsend on the West and New What been of incendiary origin, bnt os the I
methods before we can hope forperman- com on the E a st. are the leading mi ranee companies will doubtless
• ent success or the independence of which cities, and each cherishes fond hopes fully canvas the matter we will sey I
ing further on that subject now.
for the future.
Whatcom surely has
P ro m p t D elivery,
CHAS. HIATT, Proprietor.
oft; n so proudly boast.
I The last place to get your
■ supplies until you reach Til-
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| gle crop for his income, and becomes s connections, and good harbor. Seattle
I lamook. I can y a fall line of
who require medicine %a
and Tacoma have very deed water all
Rnrklen’s Arnica Salve.
ioods and Groceries,
| rent expenses, the temptation is great to along their water front and vessels can regulate the bowels and kidneys w ilt
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
anticipate his next crop somewhat aud scarcely find anchorage but at Whatcom find tl>e true remedy in Electric Bitten.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands I f t n n n n
A a a H Q lia lit v !
hmv* * few littlebUU charged up at the water avarge« about sixty feet deep This medicine does not stimulate
Cigars and Tobacco. ! Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Erup
H U d J I l i y I the »tore to be settled when the crop is *11 over Bellingh*m bmy snd maintains contains no whiskey nor other intoxii
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
harvested. Every one knows how easy tfaiw depth at the wharfs. Three mites but acta aa a tonic and slterativo.
ig Tackle and all necessary pay required. It is guaranteed to give
it is to increase such bills by one little
Df the city, snd three hundred and acts mildly on the stomach and bear«
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
ipplies for a camp outfit.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
item and another until the day of settle- »¡xteen feet above sea level is lake What- adding strength and giving tone to I
1 1 . F . C Jr a tc liiiiff,
(’orannnication between | cha«. Miller.
T a r i 1 « l i s Norte wes« o f forest « r o t .
ment finally comes and we are surprised com, having a surface of one and one-half organs, thereby aiding Nature in 1
drove and Tillamook.
at the proportions our “ little bill" has miles by twelve, and an unknown depth, performance of the functions. Eiocf
u supplies the city with an abundant of Bitter* is an excellent appetiser anda
S a r g e n t ,
Again, soil, like a man, requires a cer-‘ part water and a fine water power, a digestion. Old people And it j
»»*♦ wetrki> Ait L A »n t
WV.o.*1 V» I
;^.iiou wfiirhha« hem harnessed what they need. Price fifty
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• hit a*" T i* C
i.YCtt trtsf wNsftt ile
per bottle at the Miliar i
fe s s io iiu l C u rd s.
Q REER THE GROCER
BV A . T . B U X T O N , M A S T E R
O K (S A L E S O B A N G B
Forest Grove Laundry
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ and Dye House.
W. S. BALDWIN, Manager.
t e w a r t
brock ’ s
REjAL ESTATE AGEJMT,
T H E O LD W I L T R O U T M IL L .
at the . . .
kt Chance Grocery.
All Grades of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
Brick for Sale!
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