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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, TH UR SDAY, JUDY 39, 18í»7.
Yol. I l l , No. 18, Vol. IX , No. 3 Ü
ofessio'111* C a r d ».
Q. EE THE C i ROCFP
• M«loo, *"*
t e . E. G E I G E R ,
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t h ic
p h y s ic ia n
has the l e a d in q
HKD S U R G E O N
Itnof, Bowlby house, P a cifle ave.,
liol Forest Grove hotel.
gT GROVE, O R E G O N .
■«lion paid to M edical and Survival
Eomeu and C hildren and a ll ehrouic
[ARMSTRONG, M. I).
Successor to U r. W a r d ,)
| residence in Doctor W a rd ’s
on Pacific avenue.
»ÜKDATJ.I lention given to Diseases o f
LT I 4 ]
L t ¡ l i
i» railri ad. j
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o r e s t
I son ,
d e n t is t
L t I sj
'<Î 8 COwith|
FOREST G RO VE
m point* 1
m W. T. I hR. O- C. H I A T T
All kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and W illow
are of all kinds, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
lot of all kinds of Seeds I n B u l k .
Forest Grove Laundry
- - - - - - - - and Dye House.
We do all kinds o f 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
cheaper than Portland prices.
Your patronage w ill be
D E N T IS T .
JO N E S ’ STA BLE . . .
lOMAS H. T O N G U E ,
S ilvi | r n e y - a
- l a w ,
|i9, W ash in g to n C o u n t y , O e .
KITH & B O W M A N ,
IWork and Conveyancing.
I Morgan Bit.
H il l s b o r o , O r .
V. M. L A N G L E Y ,
and c o u n s e l o r
W ill run astage to Portland every Tuesday and Saturday; fr .o o for the
round trip, 7 hours in the city. Engage seats day before.
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
Hunters and Fishermen
) Prosecuting Attorney.
T a k e Jo n e s’ Bus to and from all tra in s
Collections a specialty.
Baggage and fre ig h t c a lle d fo r a n d d e live red
|-Up- 8 tairs, Woods & Caples
: r ci
of F o r e s t
stbw art ,
brock ’ s
|A GENERAL B A NKING BUSINESS
id telegraphic transfers sold on N ew
nand San Francisco.
T o ile t A rticles,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by
an Experienced Pharmacist and from
the Best and Freshest material.
LONG DISTANCE TE LE P H O N E
JVIAIN S T R E E T , JHILLSBOf^O.
the W a sh in g t o n C o u n ty H a t c h e t ,
T h e C ounty N E W S p a p e r .
«made at a ll accessible points.
Ihours from 9 a. m. t 0 4 p .n 1
r The Gold Regions,
tten sells tickets to the Koot-
[ camps, including Rossland,
»11 points on the Great
E ith er first or
He is also resident agent
• & N. Co.
We Do Not
i * «ketch and description mar
\r*®’ »hether an Invention la
e. rnmmunloattons strictly
t agency for semiring patents
. We hare a Washington office.
R * - * Mann A Co. rsotive
terms »3.00 a year i
» i T ^ - ^epeclmen
;'pec1m,’ n copie
Coplea and H a n d
rAT 1 XTS sent free. Address
|AK M E N
f^'NO AND OLD.
P E R Y E A R ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
R E / t L E S T / r T E A G E JM T ,
Special Bargains in Tw enty and F o rty Acre
Tracts in Washington, Y am hill
and Tillamook counties.
FO R EST GROVE
O R EG O N .
THE OLD WILTROUT MILL.
C O .,
-T O -
GALES C R EEK.
r Wsadwny. N e w Y o r k .
Club with The Oregonian.
San Francisco Weekly Examiner,
BO Y E A R S ’
THAO S M A R K S,
D E S IG N S ,
C O P Y R IG H T S * 0 .
sto re .
lange payable at sig h t in L o n d o n ,
|l,Amsterdam, Brussels, Stockholm ,
the-Main as w e ll as a ll o th e r I
s and centers o f tra d e th rou gh o u t J
p»idom, Ireland and C on tin en tal | Subscriptions
G ro ve
IS PFANNER, Proprietor
All Grades of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
CHAS. IIIATT, Proprietor.
E x c e l l e n t Q u a lit y .
*tth os in the Discovery.
’offered for years with a
** his life and robs him of
I ***** We worth living. If he ean
**,'B'Plete enre, why not p.w«e*s
* bistop his downward course.
.^ h T m a ll, absolutely free, In
*** *H-Po»erfnl Dr. Holman's
»Tshlet» with a leral miarantec
of Manhood, »ell abuse.
I '^ ’hrooele. stops forever nieht
** •»hstnrsl drain*. Ketiims
■ ernanelated organs.
r recipe deception. If we
not send our medicine
L _ >»T when satisfied.
l JL!2L*bP*»r ««Bin.
Wanted—An Idea S S 3
tea and co ffee a specialty .
L kir ’§B uii . mnq on Main Street, up
I Office hours, » a. m. to 4 p. m.
Annual leather's Institute.
Exposition. products than out of any other.
An outline of work for the annual Repeal of Sherman Act. ' Financial Cri
The World dot's not advise any young
teacher’s institute for
Washington sis of 1893. Hawaiian Difficulties. Ter man to give up a fair salary in order to
county is here an oppprtunity to pre ritorial growth. Map.
make his fortune in the Klondike mines.
pare themselves for the discussion of the
— New York World.
various topics named therein. W h ite’s
I— Primary pupil’s condition. The
Elements of Pedagogy, upon which the teacher’s duty.
The word method.
theory questions in quarterly examina- j ü ie of o b jeta .' L im it o( wortl method!
tions arc bast'd, will be used.
Phonic drills. Phonic analysis,
The institute will 1* held in Forest i Phonic
Grove lieginning on Tuesday, Aug. 24 Difficulties.
The Rook Creek country, iu Columbia
and continuing through Friday. The
I I I — Second Header. Heading de county near Yernonia, is again coining
instructors engaged are Prin. J. H . Ack fined. Heading drills.
into prominence as a gold producing re
erman, principal of the Harrison street
IV — Fourth reader. Steps in lesson. gion. Nearly ten yours ago M cNutt A
school and Principal D. A. Grout of the
Co. put in aliout two months pros|>ect-
»PK LLIN O .
Park school, l>oth of Portland. An in
ing and took out sinvimens assaying
I — Assigning lesson. Hom e study.
structor in music is also to be secured.
from |2.50 to $40 a ton. Since then
prosi>eotors I uve done a little work tl ere
W RITTEN" A R IT H M E T IC .
I I — The recitation.
from time to time hut nothing extensive
until the recent operations. For tire
Itlea of a numlter. Aim : To teach the
lust six weeks work has been going <m
" U," ’ T.,r.!.r0m. l J ° . 10: im;luf,iv? ’ l‘ Va thoepy. spelling, prim itive word, etc., with day and night shifts, proiqiectii'g
The nine steps in the prefix, etc., syllable, etc. Distinguish
and tapping veins to set* what t i e r
teaehing of number. Counting. When synonyms.
might contain. A shaft has been sunk
to introduce abstract numbers. Abuse
IV — Rules for spelling. Word analy
to cross cut ledge at greater depth than
sis and wordbuilding.
has ever been done before. Develep-
G EO G RAPH Y.
is lieing pusl ed and in a few days
A im : To teach the numliers from 11
Direction. Distance. Maps. a company capitalized at $1,500,000,
to 20 , inclusive, and their relations.
I I — Form and size of the earth. Day which has already liet'n organized, will
The four Steps- Part and Factor pro
cesses. The idea of a fraction develo|>e<l. and night. Imaginary fines. Zones, tile the pui>ers with the secretary of
rock is a held
assaying as high as $23 a ton. Tim
Aim : To teach the product of any
lodge is the original Stott lead, about 80
IV — From Texas to California.
digital numliers and thé division of this
product by each of its two factors. The SCHOOL O R G A N IZ A T IO N A N D M A N A G E M E N T. feet wide, upon Rook Creek and extends
in a southerly direction toward tho Snl-
I — Authority and duty of district
monberry. Sixteen claims have lieeu
hoards as to school house, funds, con
Fundamental operations, integral ami tract with teacher, course of study, text located on Rock creek and twelve or
fractional. United States money. Com books, records, rules of school, dismission fifteen on the Salmonberry.
T o C u r « iu i im 1 1 |iu i luí, f o r e v e r .
Per of pupils or teacher. Aut. ority of
Cancarets Candy Cathartic. 10o orOa
Use of Objects. parents in regard to tl eir own children It Take
C. C. C. tail to cure, druggists refund money
Oral and written exercises. Oral analy as to studies pursued, punishments in
OUR SMALLER COLLEGES.
sis. Rules, General method, six steps. flicted, books required, attendance,
T e x t: W hite’s Elements of Pedagogy. hours of dismissal, rules of conduct.
Iu Many Respect» They are Doing
Better Work Than the
I I — Authority of teacher over school
GRAM M AR.
I —Language. Teacher’s work. When house and grounds, rules and regulations,
are a few striking facts about
Teacher’ s knowledge of
grammar. Corrections of errors. Im pupils on the way to and from school, the small American college” , writes Ed
portance. How children learn to talk tardiness order, .neatness. How is this ward W . llok in the August Ladies’
and write. General Law.
Language. authority conferred? Codes of rules for Home Journal. “ One striking fact a
Language Lesson should grow out of the conduct: extent, methods of announce that sixty per cent of ti e brainiest
child’s experience. Child needs stimu ment, formal or informal, temptation in Americans who have risen to promi
too many, danger in technicalities. nence and success are graduates of col
lus. Irregularities of the language.
I I — Language. Synthesis before analy Regulations for comfort, precision in leges whose names are scarcely known
sis. Facts before rules. Composition form, orderly arrangement, definite pro outside of tl cir own States. It is a fuct,
before graminer. Steps, writing wonls gramme, rode of signals, attention, re also, that during the past ten years the
majority of the new and Ix'st methods o f
and sentences, copying, writing memori cesses, recreation.
Control over conduct, by fear learning
have emenated from the smaii. .•
zed sentences from dictation, writing
sentences, expressing facts observed, good will, command or jiersuasion, force colleges, and have lieen adopted later by
writing descriptions of present actions, or influence, shame or self respect. the larger ones. Because a college huj>-
writing sentences containing two or more Modes of punishment: bodily pain- jiens to be unknown two hundred miL's
words, writing stories which pupils have switch, rattan, ferule, [when, if ever to from the place of its location does not
learned to tell, writing the substance of be used], strained position of arm, head, always mean that the college is not
reading leassons, writing descriptions, feet and hands; extra tasks— commit worthy of wider repute. The fact can
writing stories told or read by the tin g , verses writing extracts, solving not be disputed, the most direct teaching,
teacher, writing descriptions by answer problems; deprivations—recesses “ kept and necessarily the teaehing most pro
ing questions, writing business papers. after school,” “ no communication,” t. e ductive of good results, is being done i*i
the smaller American colleges- Th •
I I I — Language.
IV — Direction of pupils; as to order in names of these colleges may not lie fa
and narration. Illustrative lessons hv study in classes, in motion to and from miliar to the majority of people, hut
classes, in calisthenic, in going out and that makes them none the less worthy
Text Bqok-White’s Elements of Peda in at recess, in passing along the streeet. places of learning. The larger college.)
Direction in study; as to purpose anil are unquestionably good. But there uri
plans, means of memorizing, aids to un colleges just us good and in some re
Defined. The Gerund; how formed, derstanding, le lp in solving problems, flects, la-tter. Some of the finest educa
definition, functions, must be distin fixing attention, use of eyes, care of tors we have are attached to the
smaller institutions of learning. Youn ;
guished from what? The participle ; de hooks, use of jiencil anil pajier.
Maintaining proper relations be
girls or young men who are lieing edu
fined, distinguishing mark, forms. E x
tween teacher and pupils; between indi cated at one of the sinnller colleges need
viduals. Right and duties taught by never feel that t t e fact of tho college lin
Definition. Classification ; kinds, ba precept and example in every day rela ing a small one places them at a disad
tions; as to liberty, projierty insult. vantage in comparison with the friend or
sis. Primary. Secendarv forms.
Personal influence upon character in the companion who has been sent to a
Formation of Tenses.
verbs. daily contact. Study of individual de larger ami better-known college. It is
Auxiliaries; defined ; uses ef each. E x fects and their causes, home surround not tt e college: it is the student.”
V I— Method of conducting recitations Constipation, an exceedingly danger
and general class work. How to bring ous condition o f the bowels, is nearly
out the timid and weak pupils ; how to always the result of carelessness aad
Andrew Jackson, president. “ Spoil* encotirage the dull ones ; how to busy inattention to the calls o f nature. T o
System.” “ Kitchen Cabinet.,’ United the brigl t ones. Healthy and un correct irregularities and restore healthy
States Bank. Nullification. John C.
movements, the best aperient is Ayer's
Calhoun. Compromise Tariff. Chero-
V I I — The daily routine. A good pro Pills. They are easy to lake.
kees in Georgia. Seminole w ar; Os gramme. Varieties in the programme.
In circuit court Monday: Confirma
ceola. Development of country as af
Advantages of regularity. Irregular ex tions in the cases o f B. A. H yde v*. W.
fected by, railroads, inventions, coal anil
ercises, recesses, pleasant surprises to
iron mines, household appliances. Phil the class. Prepare programmes for ex T. Marr and Mark T. Cox vs. J. L. Laf-
ferty. In re assigmnen o f N . A. Barrett;
anthropic effort. Education, Literature.
amination and discussion.
assignee ordered to pay John Milne
I 90 out o f the assets on hand for the ner-
Some for ten, some for twenty and,
: easary expenses. George and Rumania
some for thirty years have suffered from
Zachary Taylor, president. Vice-Pres- piles anfl then have been quickly and Landes vs Henry and Kate Latham,
ident becomes president. Compromise permanently cured by using D eW itt’» foreclosure; default and decree. Peti
of 1800. Henry Clay. Daniel Webster. W itch Hazel Salve, the great remedy for tion o f J. L. G regg in the I’fannerasslgi,-
The Fugitive Slave I-aw. Immigration. piles and al' forms o f skin diseases. J. ment, for ofTset o f accounts, allowr.l,
J. W. Shule vs. Allen Parent; decisiwu
Invention. Postage. New party lead C. Clark, druggist.
| declaring a bond for a deed a mortgage,
ers. New Y o rk ’s W orld’s Fair.
and that the same be foreclosed and fn -
property sold. M ooie Ireland & Co, v*.
There is probably a lot of gold in the
B. T. West, action for money and to ait
visional governors in the south. Th ir Klondvke mini's.
aside a deed; attached property ordered
teenth amendment to the constitution.
A great many people will get rich in
Fourteenth amendment to the constitu working them. But a great many sold, ami that the consideration of the
tion. Reconstruction acts. Six states will grow poor in the same undertaking. deed, « 200 , be a first lien on the pro
ceeds o f the sale; plaintiff to recover
admitted. “ Carpet Baggers.” Tenure of
Two or three facts may lie taken for
costs, except fees o f witnesses. la
Office Act. Impeachment «of the Presi granted.
re assignment o f Charles Collins; order
( >ne is that there is not gold enough in
Alaska bought [M ap] French in Mexico. any placer mine to disturb t t e relative issued requiring assignee to file list of
creditors within 30 days. Tualatin Mitts
| H arrison ’ s AiMHNtsTKATioN: Benjamin value of gold and other commodities.
Company vs. W. K. Taylor, foreclosing
• Harrison, president. Oklahama. Waafc-
A second is that not everyliodv who
mechanics’ lien; plaintiff given 30 days
ington Centennial. Johnstown disaster. goes pros;>ecting comes hack rich.
to reply to answer. Mabel Powers vs.
Forty-four states Pan-American Con-
A iLi.,1 ~ that the mciuliasitc who fur
Congress. nish supplies to the miners get mo*, oi Ira F. Powers; ilivor e granted plaintiff
on grounds o f desertion.
Congress— M cKinley the gold.
Bill, Pension Bill, Sherman Act, Inter
A fourth is that the truth which Irv
Sick headache can be quickly aad
national Copyright. Census of 1890. ing impressed in one of his wierdest stor completely overcome by using thorn fa
| New Orleans Riot. Chili
troubles. ies that there is more gold to he got out
mous tittle pills known as “ De W itt’s
Bering Bern Arbitration. Ballot Reform. of tliat digging of the soil which pro
Little Early Riaers.” J. C. Clash, dnsg
Homestead Labor Troubles
Columbian duces cabbage# and ottier agricultural
\ andv c a t m t i c "
5 E $ 50 *
aad f e «
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