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FOREST G R O V E , O R EG O N , T H U R S D A Y , A U G U ST 2 « , 1 8 » 7 .
pn»IVNMÌuii»l C a r d s .
G REER THE QROCFP
SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS.
P. M. Corum.
Jenny M. Archibold.
Mrs. C. P. Blanchard.
V oi. I l l , No. Ü2, V ol. I X , No.
oned for a term of not more than MR
year, or both.
“ Sec. 3. That in all cases arizing mm-
Annual Teachers’ Institute for County
U o P A T H IC
P H Y S IC IA N
h a s t h e l e a d in q
der this act, the fines collected shall km
in Session Here.
paid into the public school fund of Wn
B,,w'by him«!, Pacific ave.,
county in which the lands where the o f
The instructors and many of the j
r ‘ ” we..t of »'«rest G rove h olel.
fense was committed are situated.’ ’*
to tic 1 ers came to the Grove Monday
I FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
“ BINGER HERMANN.
evening and many more on Tuesday I The following teachers have been em
Jiileiiiioii paid to Medical and Surgical
All kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
morning’s train, so that when the insti-! ployed to teach in these schools of the “ Commissioner of General Land Offioe.
tl,| vVnimti ami Children aud all chnndc
tute ojiened at 10 o'clook a considerable county.
lable and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
“ C. N. BLISS, Secretary of Interior.”
Dilley; J. B. Beal, F'orest Grove.
number were in attendance, which by
sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and Willow’
Greenville; Geo. E. Madison, F'arm-
night had reached sixty seven of those
p. a h m s t u o n g , m . d .
Nothing Like The Grove.
Ware of all kinds, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
who have authority to teach in the pub ington.
(Successor to U r. W a rd ,)
Marshfield Pa., August 18, 1899.
Greenville; Wilkes district, L. Laugh-
lic schools of this county. Yesterday
lot of all kinds o f Seeds I n B u l k .
¡and residence in Doctor Ward’s
| E d i t o r H a t c h k t :
house oil Pacific avenue.
It has been a long time since I left
Columbia Academy; P. M. Corum,
hundred mark with teachers still com
till attenti'm given to Diseases of _________
T E A A N D C O F F E E A S P E C IA L T Y . ing
Have often thought *•
write you but have been so very busy
(ould not find the time. My stay in
Verboort; Frances Heiberger.
few of the ladies out of the county on
Forest Grove wi 1 long remain fresh m
F'orest Grove; D. H. Thomas.
vacation trips, shows that Washington
my memory. I have visited many to*
, N ix o n ,
Forest Grove; Alice Porter.
j county teachers are proud of their pro-
and cities and failed to find one of tb»-
I fession and anxious to improve them
Forest Grove; Agnes E. Cronin.
of your town that suited tny fam <y
d e n tist ,
selves in it. Yesterday afternoon broke
as well, then the many warm friends
a record for teachers’ schools, only three Creek.
e <lo all kinds of Laundry Work in the best possible
lieing tardy out of the large attendance
Farmington; Ward Swope, Farming- found there endears the place to me. 1
know of no place I would sooner locate
manner. Any work left with us will be promptly at
and those ones who had previously ton.
tended to. We guarantee all our work. Our prices are
mentioned tlrtit home duties would pre-
Mountaindale; Jol n Hob man, Tigard - than at Forest Grove, Oregon.
Times are beginning to look mote
cheaper than P )rtland prices. Your patronage will be
j vent their coming on time.
THOMAS H. TONGUE,
and business prospects are im
Pleasant Hill; Chester Wirtz, Moun
Tiie sessions are being held in the two
proving some. I think in all my ex
large recitation rooms adjoining each taindale.
I'D N K Y - A T - L A W ,
other in the southeast corner of Marsh
Harrison school; Mrs. S . J. Rafferty, perietu-e I never saw times as close «*
for the past two or three years. Crops
w V > h i n o t o n C o u n t y , O k .
this country are good and prices ad
| into one by rolling hack the large con-
District 5 5 ; Jennie M. Archibold,
vancing in almost every line. New jm »-
' necting doors. The day’s routine cor.- Hillsboro.
SMITH & BOWMAN,
District 9 1 ; Robert P. Wirtz F'orest ta,oes have been selling for $1.40 pir
cists of ¡1 I alf hour ol music instruction
I ushel hut now down to $1.00, applis
by Prof. Heritage, then forty minutes Grove.
Centerville; Emily M. Odell, Forest f 7 5 to ft 0 0 per bushel, butter 15 to Jo
each of arithmetic and reading, respec
cents, flour ( 5 25 per barrel, corn and
tively, by Prin. Ackerman and Prin. Grove.
Iwanal Work and Conveyancing.
j (trout, after which comes a fifteen min
District ( 54 ; Anna M. Sorenson, F'or oat feed 75 cents to f i , hay $7 to $8 per
fijMor.ian Blk. HILLSBORO, O r .
ton. Hay is abundant, and crop wage«
utes intermission. This recess is followed est Grove.
We hare h; d an extremely
Raedville; Hannah B. Anderson, good.
! by ten minutes of chorus singing and
M. L A N G LE Y,
wet season forhaving, yet a comparatively
Mr. Ackerman’s 1 istory (lass. After Beaverton.
Kt \ II i OPN8KLOK AT LAW
Blooming; Harry C. Baker, Cornelius. small amount of hay was hurt by the rain.
the noon hour again comes a half spent
The weather is now quite cool, the 1st
| cmiiv I'nn-.i'iitiiig Attorney.
Scholls; Raphael Skeels, Scholls.
in teaching music and a like progrant to
of July was very hot, I think the hottest
i nllei'tions a specialty.
Near Laurel; Mary Clark, F'orest weather I ever knew in this state. With
I p— lairs, Woods ck Caplet-
branches taught are geography, language
best wishes to you and all inquiring
| and spelling, with a question box for the Grove.
and to the success of tl e
F'armington; Alice Christian, F'orest
Will run a tstage to Portland every Tuesday and Saturday; $1.00 for the j last quarter hour.
H a t c h k t , 1 am as ever,
For ilic Gold Regions.
llAHrc* it, fb n
round trip, 7 hours? in the city. Engage seats day before.
> Win n m -II s tickets to the Koot-
District 44 ; Agnes McMillan, Hay-
interesting address on an unique table
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
J. D . S t r a i t .
he lias, bv whcch examples for b u sy ' '(yard.
i ime imps including Rowland,
Cornelius ; Stella M. Miller. Conte- N O T IC E TO C O N T R A C T O R S .
N' - ’i
work in arithmetic can be multiplied in
definitely without repeating the same lius.
uni i ! points on the Great T a k e J o n e s ’ Bus to a n d f r o m a ll t r a i n s
NOTICE IS H EREBY GIVEN THAT
Conditions and yet the teacher will have
len k : 'road.
Either first or
Baggage a n d f r e i g h t c a ll e d f o r a n d d e liv e r e d
Certainly you don’ t want to suffer 1 reali-ii proposals are wanted for the f«’--
always at hand the correct answer. Mr.
He is also resident agent
lushing of the following material to U*
Ntalilker, of Eugene, is also in atten with dyspepsia, constipation, sick head
I" R : N. Co.
in the construction of a couhty jail
dance upon the institute as a represen ache, sallow skin and loss of appetite.
for Washington county, Oregon.
BeTm ■ Pmvi-ls Will» C’n.cnri'ls,
tative of the State Teacher’s Reading
Brick; F'ifty thousand, or ull needed.
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Early Risers for these complaints or you
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, (iri.aKisi.srctuml money.
would have been cured. They are small Samples to accompany hid.
HKOISTKH OK TEACH ERS.
F'ine sand; Nix hundred bushels or :dl
pills hut great regulators. J. C. Clark,
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS. Forest Grove—
Thirty-five barrels Roche Harlwr or
fcrt after the dth d a y o f S e p te m b e r , 1897,1 T o ile t Articles,
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by
J. B. Beal.
fratprlv te s a le th e fo llo w in g d e s crib e d
Juan lime, or amount needed.
an Experienced Pharmacist and from
1 in ]> reels to s u it, to w it;
Corrugated iron for ceiling.
fck-om»ti>n •• ••:nt v, Ort ltoi «, lo t 3 b lo c k ,;. News Depot.
the Best and Freshest material.
Gutters and gutter work.
Persons Netting Them Carelessly
'.r o v e . L o ts
Best quality re-dipped tin for roofirg
Will Be Prosecuted.
Agnes K. Cronin.
b ock 1, in N a y o r ’.s a d d itio n to th e
LONG DISTANCE TE LE P H O N E .
|Fo'?st G .
L o ts 7 a n d 8 b ’ k 3, S o u th
Sash and windows, etc.
It. P. Wirt*.
Copies of the following notice, printed
pilition to For st G ro v e . A ls o e a s t h a l f o f
JVIAIN S T R E E T , JH ILLSB O R O . Anna M. Sorenson.
Lumber and timber for roofing.
Bland claim o f W . W . C a tc h in g a n d w ife
for flooring and foundation.
W ashington C ounty H a t c h e t ,
| acres n ear s o u th w e s t c o r n e r th e r e o f Subscriptions Received for the
l’ipes, plumbing and lalmr.
Mrs. I). H. Thomas.
Presold by said C a tch n g to S. S. L e n o x ;
T he C ounty N EW S p a p e k .
All lalxtr necessary.
i donatio la n d c la im o f W ilso n an d
I). H. Thomas.
the field and others to he posted on
r by; Iso e a s t h a l f o f so u th e a s t yK o f
Plans and specifications may he semi
Lucy L. Woodward.
.except io a c re s n o r th o f th e T u a la tin
the Clerk’s office in Hillslioro on nod
domain and elsewhere:
rom an .
Club with The Oregc
nn rtheast yA o f no* t h e a r t % a n d lo t 1
“ Department of the Interior, General after Wednesday, Septemlter 8, 1 HV»<.
1 sections r 1 an d 14 b e in g in t 1 11 r 3 w
Mteineri iia n . In C la t s o p c o u n t y lo t 3
Land Office, Washington, D. C., July 28, and specifications will he mailed after
I 1" Astoria a s la id o u t b y J o h n M c C lu re
1897.— The attention of public is callad. said date u|>on request. Bids will I«*
|ttnded by C y ru s O ltiy . T e r m s ; o n e h a lf
t > fact th jt immense areas of the public opened snd contracts awarded on Sejo.
•anct in one o r tw o y e a r » w ith 8 p e r ce n t.
forests are annually destroyed by fire, 18 , 1897 , at 2 o’clock at the court’s room
I ?nd secured b y m o r tg a g e u p o n th e
originaiing, in many instances, through in Hillsboro. Commissioners’ court re
*pcrty in F o re s t G r o v e c o n s is ts o f im -
tlie carelessness of piospectors, campers, serve the right to reject any or all bids.
iu n im proved lo ts , b u s in e s s a n d ;e si-
Separate bids may he made 011 lalmr
hunters, shetpherders, and o.hers; while
hildings. P a r tic u la r d e s o i p t i o n o f th e
* can be seen a t th e o ffic e o f th e
B. P. C orn kj . ich .
‘« ton C o u n t y H a t c h e t . F o r f u r t h e r
Misaddress th e u n d e r s ig n e d a t A s to r ia ,
Alice L. Scott.
“ Warning is hereby given that the ori
Dated August 24 , 1897 .
gin of all forest fires will be closely in
J . Q. A . BOW LRY.
Published by order of the commis
•rator o f th< E s t a t e o f W . B o w lb y ,
tained to have originated through care sioners’ court of Washington county.
lessness or design, the persons implicat
Notice to Bridge Builders.
ed will l>e prosecuted to the full ezten»
There will tie to let in the county court
* s Notice of Final Settlement.
Special Bargains in Twenty and Forty Acre
of the law.
room of Washington county, Oregtn..
T. C. Parsons.
“ The public generally is requested to on Wednesday, Aug. 5. 1897, at ao’clou.
p^herebv p’iven th at th e u u d ersign ed ,
Tracts in Washington, Yamhill
of H. E igham , Insolven t,
aid the officers of the government in its p. m., a contiact for buildiug a bridge
11 *n the too Estate
Circuit court cf the state of
efforis to check the evil referred to, and near Garden Home in district No. 9 ami
I ”r Washington cou u tv. h is final ae-
in the punishment of all offenders.
also for a bridge in district No. 30 ax
estate, and that -aid fiti 'l account.
Nellie D. Marsh.
“ The act of congress, approved Feb Darling Smith’s, to be let to the lo«*e*i
tnd passed upon by said C irc u it F O R E S T G R O V E
ruary 24, 1897, entitled ‘An act to pre responsible bidder or bidders. Com
r he ''onrt house, in H illsboro, O regon,
-*Wd de v of N ovem ber, 1897 .
vent forest fires on the public domain,’ missioners reserve the right to reject any
I f T T T
! H. J. Wells.
LW Hillsboro. Oregon, th is 29 th d ay of
is as follows:
or all bids. Specifications may he seen
“ ’ Be it enacted by the senate and at the county clerk's office on and after
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J. N. GRABBL,
house of representatives of the United Monday, Aug. 2, 1897.
r of‘he Estate of H. H igham , Insolvent.
States of America in congress assembled,
GALES C R E E K .
By order of the commissioners' coat
Mrs. S. J. Rafferty.
that any person who shall willfully or
B. P. C o r n e l i u s ,
maliciously set on fire, or cause to he act
Alida J. Aiton
on fire, any timber, underbrush, or grata
Mrs. Knimii C. Cornelius.
“ I.et me give you a pointer," said 31 .
upon the the public domain, or ahall
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Mrs. M. Fi. Thompson.
carelesaly or negligently leave or suffer P. Gregg, a popular conductor on th^-
“ Do you
Harvey C. Baker.
, fire to burn unattended near any timber Missouri Pacific railroad.
Mrs. Brasilia True
. or other inflammable material, zhall be know that Chamberlain’* Colic, Cholera
Stella M. Miller.
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, and Diarrhoea Remedy cures yon whest
CHAS. HIATT, Proprietor. Beaverton.—
upon conviction thereof in «ny district you have the stomach ache? Well, it
y ° c h g a n d o l d .
coart of the United States having juris- doeo.” And after giving this friendly
| diction of the same, shall be fined in a hit of advice, the jolly conductor paaamt
us in the Discovery
It is a fact that
I sum not more than fjooo or to be im- on down the aisle
" m e e p y o u r b o w e l s s t r o n g A L L S U M M E R I
D. F. Fleck.
| prisoned for a term of not more than two thousaud* of railroad and traveling mew
l!* * n
suffered for year* wi h a
| nevx-r take a trip without a bottle u< thw
T. A. Fleck.
I years, or both.
relight* his life and rob* him o '
J nukes life worth living, if ho r»n
Annie L. Dudley.
. “ ‘Sec. a. That any person who shall Remedy, which is the beat core for bow« 1
°i a complete cure, why not pii**e*h
Grace Fi. Dudley.
. Imild a campfire, or other fire, in or near disorders in the world. Jj and 30 cent
“Uge to stop his downward course.
Hannah B. Anderson.
any forest, timber, or other fnflamma- bottles for sale by J. C. Clark, druggist.
* K mi by mall, absolutely free. I d
hie material upon the paklic domain,
toe All-Powerful Dr. Hof man's
The “ Bicyclist's Beat Friend” is a fa
W. J. Whitlock
shall, before breakiog camp or leaving
^•Tablets with a legal guaraotee
^re loss of Manhood. 8e1f abuse
said fire, totally extinguish the same. miliar name for DeWiU’s Witch LUosf
*• Ve.ricooale. stops forever idcht
Jennie E. Stephens.
1 Any person failing to do to zhalt be Salve, alway* ready for emergoncine.
** **i uuiiataral drains. Returns
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and, W tile a specific for piles, it alae in
'<*** cmanriated organs-
upon conviction thereof in any district stantly relieves and cures cuts, bruise»,
nor recipe deception. If we
1 would not .eud our medicine
court of the United States having juris salt rheum, eczema and affo-tions of tV
P*y when satisfied
diction of »he same, « M l be C m M in a •kin. It never fails. J.
2 5 * SO *
• i r r . I, ■ » ... ■ >, Srw T o ik . »S
T not appear again.
W. A. Tupper.
sum not more
■*t8TERX MEDICINE CO.,
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G E IG E R ,
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t orest Grove Laundry
- - - - - - and Dye House.
0. BALDW IN, Manager
brock ’ s
D rug s t o r e .
We Do Not
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All Grades of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
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