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« ttS T * 1 CONSOLIDATED JUNE 4, 1896.'
G REER THE GROCFP
H s u
GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 1. 1897.
F O R E ST
p h y s ic ia n
HAS TH E
The Old Log Chureh.
L E A D IN G
GROCERY ST O R E
«owlby house, Pacific ave.,
forest Grove hotel.
„.Id to Medical and Surgical
^dchUdre“ and all ehroulo
All kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and Willow
i f ,klnds> Fishin§ Tackle. A ls o a la r g e
o f all kinds o f Seeds I n B u l k .
____________ TEA AND COFFEE A SPECIALTY.
fo rest g r o v e
Forest Grove Laundry
0. C. H IA T T
-a n d Dye House.
O f fir logs built, nor pealed, nor hewad.
And chinked with sticks and clay,
Besii«* the double oak it stood,
A stranger to display,
But to it came the strong and good,
Brave leaders of the way.
There too came souls oppressed with care
And faint with homesick pain;
But as they joined in hymn and prayer,
Or h e a rd o f h e a v e n ly g a in ,
Th ey le f t the p ro m ise d p r e s e n c e th e re ;
a b le sse d an d h a llo w e d fa n e .
And prattlers found a welcome treat
Each neighbor child to see,
And raced and chased with eager feet
About the twin oak tree;
Then restless sat on rough hard seat,
Impatient to be free.
And there with many a w elling tear,
In sorrow doubly keen,
The mourner learned to quell *.he fear
O f death and the unseen,
And view a better hom eland near,
With strength for all between .
But its crude shap , devoid o f grace,
Won not our thought crcare,
We left o f it scarce mark or trace,
Or its companion there.
Th e mansion takes the cabin’s place,
The new rules everywhere.
Yol. I ll, No. 14, Vol. IX , No.
John H B ailey......
Win H Crosley__
Chas O Roe
M E Dilley ____
! C I. Hinman
A T Knox
, Henry Hamilton..
J A Abbott..............
Dr D W Ward
1 T C M cXam er__ .
D r O C liia tt.........
J C Clark
J S Clark ..............
11 B Johnson
j C C a r r.....................
J C Woods..............
S G Hughes
Jos W Marsh
J Wheclock M. rsh
J A Brisbine
L E Smith
R W 1 «-.ticefield
Ira K Purdin .. .
N J W alker............
E A H y d e ...............
I W Baldwin
R W S Ham er..............................................
| Geo Arm eutrout.........................................
a 000 fessorship there, and filled it for scverml
1 000 years. H e was afterw ards elected prcai-
5 500 dent o f the Blue M ountain a cadem y, at
4 000 T he Dalles, and about i;o years since
1 000 went to Seattle to be president o f the
", 000 stale un>versity, succeeding L. J. I’o w e ll,
1 ouo w i,c
died and who, lik e Professor
10 000 G atcli, had been a very prom inent edn-
1 000 ca to r of O regon. T w o y ears since, prea-
ident G a tch ga ve w ay to President Har-
1 000 rin gton , and then was m ade president o f
2 500 th e state norm al school, at E llen sb u rg.
1 000 H e wras again elected to a professorship
in th e state u n iversity, w hich he filled
1 000 rill re ce n tly , w heu he w as rem oved by
1 070 | th e new p opu list board o f regents for
1 000 p o litica l reasons.
5 000 1 p ro fessor G a tch is person all v know n
5 000 to m ore students p ro b a b ly than any
1 000 I o th er in stru cto r in O regon o r W ashin g-
2 000 | to n .
H e ¡s v e r y popular w ith a ll o f
* 000 them . H e is th e father o f Claud G a tch ,
3 soo |
1 ooo ex-m ayor o f Salem .
2 *00 ;
A t the G . A. R. E n cam p m en t just
C laim ? again st l ’ fanner estate pre- closed, a new p lace o f honor and dis
sented to th e assignees before filin g in- tinction was created for th e first tim e in
the h istory o f the G . A. R ., and named
SS H. T O N G U E ,
United States National Bank.
$ 10 856 92 “ D augh ter o f th e G . A . R .,” and Mrs.
We need not sound a mournful knell
Rebecca V M ills......................
For old things done away;
M am ie B riggs, o f T he D alles, was hon
D A W atters............................
53 s *9
Th ey filled their place and filled it well,
ored b y b ein g th e first one e la v ated to
Arid served their passing day.
Estate, Thos B illingher.........
100 00 th a t position in the ran ks o f th e G . A.
UH1SUTON COUNTY, OR.
But let us love *htir tale to tell,
R . It was also nnam iuousty voted that
And make their memory
3« >* she should be presented w ith a medal
O rude log church, if but we can
A n o th er Pfann er story is th a t he was sign ifican t o f her p osition , th e purchase
As well perform our part,
To serve and help oui fellow man
to be m arried to th e house valu e o f w h ich is to be con tributed
Aud cheer our brother’s heart,
keeper o f a P ortlan d atto rn ey. T h e d ay by a ll the G . A . R . Posts in the state.
We too m ay ha.l our finished span,
-It and Conveyancing.
was set and w eddin g garm en ts prepared M rs. B riggs took an a ctive p ari in des
And glad in turn depart.
but the p rospective groom deferred the ig n a tin g th e p lace o f n ex t y e a r’s En
?nBik. H i l l s b o r o , O r .
Composed on U. P. Ry.. tourist sleeper, 961,
D urin g th e b a n k e r's ill cam p m en t, and it was m a in ly throu gh
while crossing Wyoming. May 12, 1897. Revised
her in stru m en ta lity th at it was located
in “ Tan k Cottage’’, Oberlin, Ohio, May2oanci3i* ness last w in ter the la d y proferred her
X LAN GLEY,
services as nurse but th ey were declined. at th at point. D urin g th e discussion of
R e v . J. K l k a n a h W a l k e r .
F in a lly she tired o f w aitin g and prepared th e question o f the n ex t p lace o f meet
JD COUNSELOR AT LAW
a suit for dam ages for disap p ointed a f in g , one w ebfooter said th a t “ there was
:cuting A tto rn ey.
Pfanuer’s Real Estate.
fections. W h ile blinded by love to bus- n oth ing at T h e D alles b u t sand and
Ilections a sp ecia lty,
Below is a list o f the real estate owned iness in terests it is said she was led to w in d ,” to w h ich Mrs. B riggs responded:
ire, Woods & C a p les
b y A nton Pfanner as listed by th e as in vest a thousand dollars, savings o f “ I f you com e to T h e D a lles you w ill get
signees in th eir report and w ith the years, in a m ountain claim p ra ctically m ore sand in your craw than you ever had
W ill run a.stage to Portland every Tuesday and Saturday; $1.00 for the values at w h ich th ey were appraised. w ith ou t value. R e ce n tly th e a tto rn ey in yo u r life. ” Mrs B riggs referred to her
H. D. S t e w a r t ,
A s the solven cy of the bank hinges upon in p reparin g fo r a short absence turned s e lf as b ein g th e “ d au gh ter o f as brave
round trip, 7 hours in the city. Engage seats day before.
these estim ates they are of considerable over his business to another firm and an In diana soldier as e ver m arched to
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
the new law yer began a ctiv e p roceedings th e fro n t.” M rs. Briggs is the daughter
Hunters and Fishermen
F o r e s t G r o v e
98.87 acres in secs 11,-13, t 1 n r 4 w. in the sum o f $35000. A s to M r. Pfan- o fE p h ra im J. W a gley, and was born on
T a k e J o n e s’ Bus to and from all train s
A greem en t for sale to M ary L . H o yt n er’s present w hereabouts it w ill be re the d a y the conspirators a gain st the life
FANNER, P ro p rietor
Baggage and freight ca lle d fo r and d elivered w ith note $2650*
m em bered th a t he was last seen on a o f A braham L in co ln were hung. Her
4 acres in s w qr sec 6 t 1 n r 3 w, $400. T acom a train w hich reached there at father served in the U nion arm y, in the
EEAL BANKING BUSINESS
45 acres in n e qr sec 1 t 1 n r 4 w. 8 o ’c lo ck at n ig h t and at m id n igh t a 14th In diana regim en t, was severely
nphic tran sfers sold on New
M ortgage to G . H. Baber $1150. U nder steam er le ft for Japan. H e had recen tly w ounded at th e battle o f Missionary
agreem ent o f sale to M ina V o h s w ith expressed a w ish to visit th at coun try R id g e, and is now an in m ate o f th e Na-
payable at s ig h t in London,
erd’ara, B ru ssels, Stockholm,
and d u rin g th e China-Japan w ar tw o tio n al S o ld ie rs ’ H om e near Los Angeles,
Main as w e ll a s all other
160 acres in sec 7 t 2 n r 3 w , $800.
Mrs. B riggs m ade many
ceuters of tra d e throughout
years ago claim ed he had been a class C alifornia.
m, Ireland an d Continental
.PRESCRIPTION D R U G GISTS.
46 acres in n w qr sec II t 2 n r 4 * . m ate o f th e victoriou s Japanese gen eral friends here d u rin g the Encampment.
S h e is a h ig h ly talen ted w om an, gifted
in a m ilitary school in Sw itzerland.
T o ile t A rticles,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by $200.
eat all accessible points,
320 acres in sec 14 t 2 n r 4 w. M ort
w ith e xtrao rd in ary con versation al pow
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
S ta tio n e ry,
an Experienced Pharmacist and from
D o n ’ t th in your blood w ith sassafras or ers, and a ttractiv e in all her w ays with
ga ged to Byron W o lco tt $3000. P art
N ew s Depot.
the Best and Freshest material.
bonded to J. A . T h o rn bu rg (note $2500) poison it w ith blue mass; b u t aid nature those w ith whom she associates. In
by using D e W itt’s L ittle E a r ly Risers, re a lity , w h ile here, she seem ed the great
part to H. W hitD ey (note $1200)*.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
154 acres in sec 4 t 2 n
r 4 w. $800. the fam ous little p ills for con stipation ' lu m in ary around w hich a ll the le
146 acres in sec 9 t 2 n
r 4 w. $750. biliousness, and stom ach and live r lig h ts revo lved . W e w ish her
170 acres in sec 29 t 2 n r 3 w. M ort troubles. T h e y are p u rely vegetable. and h ap p y d estin y.
Subscriptions Received for the W a s h i n g t o n C o u n t y H a t c h e t , gaged t o j . F. S ch och $2500. Bonded to J. C . C la rk , d ruggist.
T h e officers elected b y th e W. R. C.
T he C ounty N E W S p a p e r .
Claus Jesse on $3400*.
were: Mrs. Susan G w ilt, Portlan d, de
The Agricultural College.
Cornelius, lot 1 b lo ck 33. $250.
p artm ent p re sid e n t; M rs. A m elia Stock-
m eeting W edn esday afternoon o f ton, Independence, senior vice president;
6 acres in C a tch in g D. L . C. $800.
place to get your
until you reach T il-
F orest G rove, lo t 4 b lk 37. $300. the board o f regents, Professor T hom as Mrs. A lice K . V a rn ey, T h e D alles, Jnw-
I cariy a full line of
M. G atch , late o f the state u n iversity of ior vice president; Mrs. E lla Rob*'ins,
M ortgage to H . B. Johnson $100.
F orest G ro ve, w % o f lot 3 b lo ck 10. W ashin gton, was elected p resid en t o f S ilverto n , ch ap lain ; Mrs. M ary S . Older.
the agricu ltu ra l co lleg e and d irecto r o f E a st P o rtlan d, treasurer; Mrs. Maty
F orest G ro ve, lot 4 blo ck 9 A gree- the exp erim en t station. H e was not an R a n d all, P o rtlan d Statio n B, secretary;
m ent for sale to M. D. M arkh am on $690 app licant for the place. H e was ch o sen Mrs. Sarah M cC ow n , O regon City,
rs and Tobacco.
on the fifth b a llo t by a vote o f six to five counselor.
over H. B. M iller, the present in cum
T h e fo llo w in g officer!!elected at t h e G ,
* and all necessary
bent. A ll o f th e m em bers o f the fa cu lty A. R . E n cam p m en t ju st brought to a close
in g and fixtures. $3000.
for a camp outfit.
F o rest G ro ve, lots 1-4 blk A So uth were retained, excep t Professor H ed rick , were: F ra n k R e isu er, o f E u g en e, depart
horticu ltu ralist, and Professor T ry n e , m ent com m ander; H. V . G ates, Hills
ve and Tillamook.
F o rest G rove, blo cks 15 16 and lots 7-10 botanist.
boro, senior vice com m ander; J. S. Voaa,
Professor M oses C ra ig w as elected p ro P ortlan d, ju n io r vice com m ander; Dr. B.
in b lk 14, South P a rk . A greem en t to
fessor o f bo tan y and th eoretical h o rti H. Bradshaw , S a lem , m edical director;
sell to C . M. K e e p on $300 note.*
F orest G rove, part o f lo t 3 b lk I I . N o culture, and G eorge Coote professor o f R ev. N. E . Parsons, M ilto n , chap lain .
p ractical horticulture. Professor John
T h e Sons o f V eteran s elected the foL
5 acres in W a lk e r D. L . C. A g re e F ulton was prom oted to assist th e pro- ¡ow jn g officers: L. W . O ren, Corval lia,
m ent to sell for $1025 on note, also m ort lessor o f ch e m istry , and his salary raised djyjgjon com m an d er; W . F . Eisenbtce,
Gold R e g i o n s ,
to $1200. Miss D orothea N ash was m ade In depen den ce, senior vice commander;
gaged L o e k y e r to W estp h al $800*.
alls tickets to the K o o t-
21.75 acres in sec 7 and 8 t 1 n r 4 w. in structor in draw in g, and th e salary o f A . Q . D esart, S ilverto n , junior vice com
Professor H elen Craw ford was raised to m ander. D elegate to th e National En
P*, including R o sslan d ,
No valuation .
A ll above land is in W ashin gton $1000 in the elocu tion ary departm ent. cam pm ent, H. A . C lo d fe lte r, Independ
Miss S n e ll was given an assistant in M i s ence; delegate at large, H. E, Hodges,
points on the G reat
Professor Pernot was S ilv erto n .
E ith e r first or
40 acres in sec 4 t 2 s r 4 w. $500. Carrie L yfo rd .
m ade a fa ll professor o f d raw in g and
Be is also resident agen t
.'arnhill co u n ty.
T h e n ext E n cam p m en t is to be held at
X un divided interest in 198 acres and p hotograp hy, and placed in charge o f the T h e D a lles.— In depen den ce Intcrpriae.
in terest in 135 acres, both parcels o f land new ba terio lo gical lab orato ry, to be es
»or F ifty C ents.
Something to Know.
in C iieh alis C o., W ash. A greem en t for tablished in con nection w ith the e x p eri
c,,re' makes weak
Pore. 50 c .il. A ll druggists.
It m ay be w orth so m eth in g to know
sale to M. D. M arkham on $1650 n ote.* m ent station, for w h ich a com plete outfit
G eorge B. R e a d y , o f th a t th e very best m edicine (or restoring
In terest in land co n tract o f Chris. Rie- was ordered.
th e tired out nervous sy ste m to a h e a lth y
ben wiYh O. & . C . R . R ., also land co n Salem , was elected printer.
A n appropriation was m ade for th e es vigor is E lec tric R itters. T h is m ediciw o
tract o f Chris. T ra ch e el. N o. valuation
tab lish m en t o f a cheese facto ry, in co n is p u rely vegetab le, acts by g iv in g ton*
m ade upon either.
Notes follow ed b y star ( * ) are up as nection w ith the dairy, and in struction to th e n erve cen tres in th e stomach,
I collateral w ith U nited States N ational will be g iv en in cheese-m akin g. S tep s g e n tly stim u late s th e U .ver and Kidneys,
were taken to in stall a departm ent o f and aids these organs in throwing m U
| B ank o f Portland.
Mr. Pfanner was assessed on the applied e le ctricity and electrica l engi im purities in th e blood. E lectric B i t
county tax rolls w ith $7655 in real estate, neering under a com p etent in structor. ters im p roves th e a p p etite, aids d igeetiem
G AND o l d .
P r o m p t Delivery.
in notes aud accoun ts and $1000 A new and extru d ed course o f study was and is pronounced by those who hew *
E xce lle n t Quality.
—________________________ ____ in m oney. R eal estate is assessed at adopted, ap p licab le to the four-year tried it as th e v e ry best blood par l i e s
115 in the Discovery.
h alf, notes and accounts at three-fourths course, w ith a departm ent in the a g r i and n erve tonic. T ry it. Hold lor 5«*
• ^ p y o u r 1 ow els s t r o n g all s u m m e r I
and m on ey at full value, so total w ould cultural branch for farm accoun ts and or $1.00 per bo ttle a t th e M iller Phar
'aftre i for rears with a
econom ic farm in g, A resolution was macy.
. £** the and rob* him of
be $30030 in th is county.
worth living. If he can
The land which was bonded was most adopted to in ten sify the study o f English,
Some for ten, some for twenty andl
why not possess *
ly in the names of those to whom the and to apply it in every department ol some for thirty years have suffered IM B
his downward course. ^
bond is made and they paid the taxes the college course.
piles and then have been quickly
j,® *11' »hsolutely free. In
President T. M. Gatch ia one of the permanently cured by uaing D eW itt*«
Dr' H'.fman s
* 7 T , * ' Ul a legal guarantee
The $80,ooo bond given by assignees beat-known educators in the Northwest. Witch Hazel Salve, the gTeat remedy h r
Vf™*of M.nhood. Self abnse,
S. Hughes and A. Hinman of the Pfan He was for many yeara preaidant of piles and all forms of skin diseases
• forever night
ner bank has these sureties qualifying in Willamette university in Salem, when C. Clark, drnggiat.
c*,ur*1 drain*, Return*
the amounts opposite their several that institution was the most prominent
'Wpe deception. If we
of the colleges on the North Pacific
Rlpana Tabules cure torpid lfrar.
ni,i wild nur medicine
K W H ain e s.
* * •°° coast. After the state university was
Rlpana Tabuloa cura 1
'Z ,h «n »atlafied.
. to o n
M B i.b e * -----
Rlpana Tabulaa c u n 1
located at Eugene, be accepted a pro-
We do all kinds o f Laundry W ork in the best possible
manner. Any work left with us w ill be prom ptly at-
to. We guarantee all our w ork. Our prices are
'' eaper than Portland prices.
Y o u r patronage w ill be
’»B uilding on Main Street, up
hours, $ a. in. to j p. m.
e y - a t - l a w
W. 8. BALDWIN, Manager.
JONHS’ STABLE .
b r o c k ’ s
D rug sto r e .
jVIAIN STREET, JHILLSBOf^O.
We Do Not Club with The Oregonian.
San Francisco Weekly Examiner,
$ 2 .0 0 PER YEAR .______________
T. E. CORNELIUS
S a r g e n t ,
JOHNSON & CO RNELIUS
REAL EST/cTE AGENTS,
Special Bargains jn Twenty and F orty Acre
Tracts in Washington, Yamhill
and Tillamook counties.
THE OLD WILTROUT MILL.'
K M EN
All Grades of
Bough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
CHAS. HIATT, Proprietor.
I p J
“ ED1CIN* CO.,
•aim. a w i i »"< t*
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