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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 3. 181>7.
Voi. I l l , No. 10, Vol. IX , No. 18
P r o to s io u a l C a rd s .
Report of Senate Committee on time and place of such sale shall be aud cheerfully met. The committee on
Assessments and Taxation.
given. Such delinquent company or life insurance appointed at the previous
G R EER THE Ci ROC F P
D. VV. WARD, M. D.
I y s i c i a n AND SU R G EO N ,
HAS THE LEADING
Olfice at Ilia residence,
.¡nation for pensiona every W ednesday.
All kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
P°cket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
SUcks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and W illow
are of all kinds, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
ot of all kinds of Seeds I n B u l k .
| d r . C. E. G E IG E R ,
p h y s ic ia n
and su r g eo n
Lnd residence, Boivlby
house, 1'aciUc ave.,
west of Forest Grove hotel.
r e ST
TEA AND C O F F E E A S P E C IA L T Y .
lal attention paid to Medical and Surgical
1 0f Women and Ch ild ren and a ll chronic
Forest Grove Laundry
- - - - - - and Dye House.
|N i x o n ,
d e n t is t
I to 4 p.m.
We do all kinds of Laundry Work in the best possible
manner. Any work left with us will be promptly at
tended to. We guarantee all our work. Our prices are
heaper than Portland prices. Your patronage will be
DR- O- C . H I A T T
W. S. BALDWIN, Manager.
J W alker ' s B l iluino on Main Street, up
|lrs. Office hours, * a. m. to 4 p. m.
271 ALDER STREET
I THOMAS H. TONGUE,
G. C. RIDER, Prop.
p e s ia
L sboro , W asu in oton C o u n t y , O b .
SMITH & BOWMAN,
THE ONLY First-Class and
Strictly Temperance Itcstau-
rant in the city.
Inai Work and Conveyancing.
7 Morgan B lk.
H IL L S B O R O , O r .
J ONES’ STABLE .
W. M. LANGLEY,
luty Prosecuting Attorney.
Collections a specialty.
|.—Up-Btairs, Woods & Caples
k.NEY AND COUNSELOR A T
F ire and A ccid en t Insuran ce
L o an ,, C o lle ctio n ,
Will run a stage to Portland every Tuesday and Saturday; $1.00 for the
round trip, 7 hours in the city. Engage seats day before. .
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
Hunters and Fishermen
il Fire Insurance
...a n d Loan Broker. T a k e Jones’ Bus to and from a ll tra in s
Baggage and fre ig h t c a lled fo r a n d d elivered
H. D. S t e w a r t ,
brock ’ s
F orest G rove
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by
an Experienced Pharmacist and from
the Best and Freshest material.
T o ile t Articles,
I A UKNEUAI, BANKING BUSINESS
lnd telegraphic transfer, sold on N ew
fON PFANNER, Proprietor
P ro and San Francisco.
kchange payable at sight in London,
in. Amsterdam. Brussels, Stockholm ,
9n-the-Main as w ell as a ll oth er
■ties and centers o f trade th rou gh ou t
I Kingdom Irelaud and Contin en tal
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
JVIAIN S T R E E T , JHILLSBOF^O.
Subscriptions Received for
W ashington C o u n t y
H atch bt ,
T he C ounty N EW S p a p e r .
|ons made at a ll accessib le point«.
I hours from 9 a. m . to 4 p. m.
T E CORNELIUS
JOHNSON & CORNELIUS
it the . . .
REAL EST/tTE AGEJ4TS,
Special Bargains in T w enty and Forty Acre
I list place to get your
jibes until you reach Til-
I can y a full line of
and T illamook counties.
FO REST GROVE
xls and Groceries,
Cigars and Tobacco.
TH E OLD W ILTR O U T M ILL.
Jackie and all necessary
r es for a camp outfit.
Grove and Tillamook.
U -E S C R E E K .
tr am r a m i ,
D is io n s ,
GALES C R E E K .
All Grades of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
p r o m p t D elivery,
E x ce lle n t Q uality.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
« « j * » : ws S
Bruises, Sores, t ic
Fever Sores, Tetter,
B rick fo r Sale!
160,000 Good Quality
B . F . C a t c h in g ,
CHAS. HIATT, Proprietor.
YsrS 1 a lls Vorth we** of rarest Grove
Made by S. Hughes during the “ Hold person may pay such taxes and penalty
and accrued costs at any time before the
Up at Salem.’ ’
R A IL R O A D
CO M PAN IKS
P A Y sale of property distrained, and there
upon such property distrained shall be
T A X E S ON GROSS E A R N IN G S .
Sec. 50.— In lieu of any and all other surrendered to the owner and further
taxes upon railroads within this state or proceedings in connection with such dis
upon the right of way, equipment, de- tress shall cease.
pot grounds, buildings, shop material, or
other appurtenances thereof used in the
operating or maintainance of such rail
road, or upou the capital stock or busi
ness transaction of such railroad com
pany, there hereafter be paid into the
treasury of this state a percentag of the
gross earnings of the corporation, com
pany or persons owning or opeiating
such railroad, rising from the operation
of so much of such railroad as shall be
situated within this state as hereinafter
provided, provided that nothing in the
above shall exempt any property of any
such person, company or corpora tion
from the payment of an* assessment for
the improvement of streets or squares in
a town or city. Every such railroad cor
poration or person operating a railroad
in this state shall pay the said treasurer
each year said railroad is operated in
whole or in part, two per centum of such
gross earnings, and the payment of such
per centum annually as aforesaid shall
be and is in full of all taxation and as
sessment whatever upon the property
aforesaid. The said payment shall be
made on or before the first day of October
in each year. For the purpose of ascer
taining the gross earnings aforesaid an
accurate account of such earnings shall
be kept by said company or person
which account shall determine the gross
earnings arising from charges for trans
portation between teininal stations in this
state or from other charges incurred at
any point in this state all such earnings
shall be deemed gross earnings within
the meaning of this act, and where such
earnings arise from charges for transpor
tation between terminal points, one of
which is in this state, so much of said
charges that the number of miles in this
state bears to the whole number of miles
of carriage, shall also be deemed gross
earnings. Such gross earnings shall in
clude all sums earned or charged of the
business of the preceding year whether
actually received or not. An abstract
of the above account shall be furnished
by said company or person to the secre
tary of state on or before the first day of
April in each year, showing such gross
earnings by month for the preceding
calendar year, the truth of which ab
stract shall be verified by the aflidavit of
the fvecrfctary or managing agent of said
company or person. Full power is hereby
vested in the governor of this state or
other officer appointed by law to examine
under oath the officers and employees of
said company or person or other persons
in regard to the truth of the affidavit and
correctness of the abstract And any
person who shall knowingly or willfully
make a false or fraudulent statement ef
fecting any material fact concerning the
mattei aforesaid shall be deemed guilty
ofpeijury. The secretary of state shall
certify the amount of such tax to the
state treasurer and shall keep a record
in his office of all the retur ns made to
him in pursuance of this act. The said
tax shall constitute a first lien upon the
railroad and all property of said company
or person, if any company or person own
ing or operating a railroad in this state
shall fail to make return of its grots
earnings in the manner provided and such
failure and shall continue during the
period of thirty days, the secretary oi
state shall forthwith ascertain the amount
of such tax, justly <fue from such com
pany or person as nearly as may be from
such evidence available and then double
the amount thereof and shall thereupon
certify such tak to the state treasurer on
the amount so ascertained! The amount
of taxes so ascertained shall be certified
by the secretary of state, entered upon
the books of his office and shall stand in
place oi the report required by law to be
made by such company or person and
shall be evidence of the amount of such
tax and of the other facts stated therein
in pursuance of this act.
PANIES TAXED LIKE P R O P E R T Y
Sec 5a.—-AH real property of any such
railroad company or person not used in
the operation or maintenance of such
railroad, or necessary to be used iu such
operation or maintainance, shall be as
sessed l.y the county assessors in the
same manner as life property of individ
D E L IN Q U E N C IE S
C O M PA N IE S
P E N A L T IE S .
Sec. 53.— If any person, company or
corporation mentioned in section---------
and------- of this act shall neglect or fail
to pay the amount ot tax charged under
this act, it shall be the duty of the state
treasurer to issue his warrant, under his
hand, in the name of the state of Oregon
to the sheriff of the county where such
person, company or corporation has its
principal office, or place of business, or
to the sheriff of such county, where he
may have reasons to believe Such person,
company or corporation has property
requiring such sheriff to immediately col
lect the amount specified in said warrant,
with ten per centum in addition thereto,
as penalty by the seizure and sale of the
goods and chattels, lauds and tenements
of such delinquent. Such officer shall
execute said warrant in like manner and
effect as in cases of execution, * ud
within fifty days from the date of said
warrant, pay the moneys collected
thereon into the state treasury, and make
due return of said warrant to the state
ITo be Continued.]
It should be made a matter of pub lie
knowledge that DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
Salve will speedily cure piles of the long
est standing. It is the household favor
ite for burns, scalds, cuts, burises and
sores of all kinds.
Oregon State Grange.
session made a report embodying a con
stitution and by-laws. The report was
adopted and it Is proposed to put this
plan into operation during the present
year, thus giviug the patrons of Oregon
another apportunity to save money by
practical co-orporation. Much useful
and beneficial legislation was proposed
but owing to the lack of time and to the
fact that another session of the Grange
will be held before the 'next legislature
convenes, action was deferred, on the
greater part of it for the present.
Interesting and valuable reports were
heard from the committee on agriculture,
good roads, education and good of the
By almost unanimous consent our
beautiful Grove was selected as the next
place of meeting.
We trust that all who are interested in
the noble profession of agriculture will
unite in welcoming this champion of
the farmers interest to our city.
G r a n g e M.
Eipans Tabules cure biliousness.
Canby Camp Meeting.
The Annual Camp Meeting, nnder the
auspices of the Oregon State Camp Meet
ing association of the M. E. church, will
be held on Canby Camp ground, .begin
ning June 18, 1897, and continuing until
June 28, 1897.
The grounds are in order, and arrange
ments have been made for a successful
meeting, to be under the direction of the
three presiding elders of the Oregon con
ference, Revs. John Parsonb, D. D., T.
B. Ford, D. D., and G. W. Cue, D. D.
Bishop Cranston will be in attedance
a part of the time.
This is not intended to be a meeting
for intellectual improvement or pleasur
able recreation, but an old-fashioned
Methodist Camp meeting, where gospel
sermons are preached and the people re /
ceive a genuine spiritual uplift.
In order to meet the expenses there
will be an admission fee charged at the
gate, which plan was found to be most
satisfactory s year ago. The prices will
be as follows; Family ticket for the sea
son, $1. Individual ticket for the season,
50 cents. Single admission, ten centa.
All persons attending mutt come pre
pared to take care oi themselves as to
board and lodging. There will be a
well-kept boarding hall on the ground at
Owners of lots who intend to occupy
them must notify Rev. Gabriel Sykes,
497 East Tenth street, Portland, ten days
before the meeting, or other campers
will be permitted to use them. Also
owners of cottages not intending to
occupy them are requested to notify the
same party on what terms they will rent
From all points on the Southern Paci
fic railroad, in Oregon, there will be an
excursion rate of one and one-third fare
for the round trip, good from Jnne 14 to
A cordial invitation is extended to every
body. Bring your Bibles and the Meth
odist Hymnal, your children and your
O. W. G o b ,
President of the Association.
The Twenty-fourth annual session of
the Oregon State Grange which was held
at Corvallis on May 25 and 28, was one
of special benefit to the farmers.
When the gavel fell for the formal
opening of the session, there were in the
hall about sixty officers and members
and over 100 visiting patrons. There
were at times more than 200 patrons in
the hall. Between 300 and 400 members
visiting the Grange during the session.
The afternoon and evening were taken
up in visiting the Oregon Agricultural
College which is situated just outside the
city. The beautiful and well kept lawn
smiled a cheerful welcome to the patrons
as they wended their way over its velvety
carpets of green. The college halls were
invaded and each department thrown
open for careiul inspection. Then on to
the Mechanical hall where the boys kept
the merry anvils ringing and where fur
nace, engine and dynamo furnished the
motive power for the machinery,
printing presea and lights for college and
halls. Thence to the girl's hall where
each young lady was busy with needles
and thimbles. Here it is that the club
Eipans Tabula«: at druggists.
system of boarding is conducted with
such perfection; the average cost per
AT THE COLLEGE.
week for board and rooms being less thsn
Lord has been asked to deli
$2.00. A visit was then made to Can-
thorn hall where the Grangers were ver the commencement address before
treated to a dainty lunch served by the the Literary societies.
Mr. Kantner, of Salem, will deliver
students. The college farm was next
visited and a look over the fields and at the address before the Christian Associa
the well kept cattle, horses and swine tion.
soon convinced all oi the benefits of im
Word from Dr. McClelland announces
proved scientific methods. An entertain that it will be impossible for him to be
ment given by the college in the evening present be commencement.
fully maintained the high standard of
The junior class officiated as brides
work done in that line. Realizing the maid at a recent wedding.
benefits to be derived from well trained
Miss Lizzie Tongue and Miss Ford, of
mental and physical power, the patrons
Hillsboro, visited school Wednesday.
were well pleased will fhe methods of
The May Index will be out Friday.
instruction employed here.
Dr. Theodore Whittelsey is engaged in
One of the most important features of
the session was the adoption of a reaolu- translating into English a German work
MUST PAY TAXES
W ITHIN t h i r t y [jOI] authorizing the executive committee on Analytical chemistry.
DAYS AND PENALTY FOR NEG
of the State Grange to make such trade
The Campus is being mowed and
LECT TO DO SO.
arrangements as they see fit with busi made to look its best for commencement
Sec. j i . — If anv person shall fail to ness houses; thus saving to the patrons week. A large pile of brickbats and
pay the taxes due upon such gross earn of Oregon, large sums of money. This spalls in the southwest corner should be
ing», reported for thirty days after the system of corporation is found to be the removed if possible.
same has become due and payable under safest and most practical one yet tried;
The Y . W. C. A. social was a great
the pro» irions of this act a penality of it has been in successful operation for
financial success. The net receipts
ten per centum, shall be added to the yean in some of the strong Grange states
were something over twenty-one dollars.
amount of such tax and the state treas of the east, such as Ohio' Indiana, New
Reviews have been begun and ere long
urer (hall distrain sfficient goods, chat York and Michigan.
anxiously anticipated examinations
tels, or other movable property to pay
The executive committee was further
the tax due such company or person to- | authorized to spend (500.00 in the lecture will occur.
The following soloists have been se
gether with the penalty thereon as here-1 fjejd for the purpose of building up the
in provided, and shall immediately ad- ryrfitr in the state. They were also iu- cured for the annual Choral Union con
vertise the sale of the saute in at least Ht rue ted to employ a correspondent for cert; Mrs. Sheldon, soprano: Mr. H .
I Hogue, tenor; Mr. Dom /an bstitone.
three newspapers published in this state the purpose of gathering Grange
The graduating class is getting ap
stating the time when and the place and unifying the work done in the Sub
ime v *ry elaborate programs
where such property shall be «old. Such ordinate Grande*.
sale shall take place at some point of
B. R Whitlock, of Oregon d t p , io
The presiden, , of the Fire
such delinquent company or person, pro
vided at leoot four weeks notice af the