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''‘ Well hew to the line , let the chips fall where they may."
V o i . IV.
FOKEST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY. AUGUST 4, 18»8.
IN L A D IE S , OXFORDS. Ladies, tan or black oxfords in the latest coin
toe. Prices as follows: 86 cts $1.00,1.25,1.50, and $1.75. These goods form-
ely sold from 25 to 50 cts apair more than the above prices. N o w is
your chance to get up to date goods and save money.
GREGG S SHOE STORE
Forest Grove, Or.
Death of Jndge Baber.
an unbroken number, he peacefully
M O U N T A IN D A L E .
| Geo. Roos came up from Portland on
passed away on the first of August,
Ice cream sociables seem to be th e ! hi9 whet! a week ago to visit his father
Judge G. H. Baber died at hi» home 1898.
on Gales creek.
DR. C. E. GEIGER,
Monday forenoon of a heart difficulty
Mrs. Caroline Roos is up on her home
Mrs. Roberts’ sister and her husband,
from which he had been troubled for
H O M E O P A T H IC P H Y SIC IA N several months past, The funeral ser
Weekly Crop Bulletin.
of Portland, visited with her a few days. stead on Gales creek.
vices were conducted by Rev. S. A.
A N D SURGEON
Very warm weather, with a cloudless ! Nelson Cornelius is driving team for
lid. Roos made a flying trip on Sun
Starr at the family residence on Wednes sky, has prevailed during the week. Mr. Carstens this summer.
day on his bike; made his father a short
FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
day morning with an attendance notable Harvesting is progtessing in all sections
Miss Blla Schlegel who has been stay- visit and returned the same day.
S p e c ia l a tte n tio n p aid to M ed ical an d Snrfrical
Diseases of Women and C h ild ren and all chronic i for the number of older residents and of the state. Fall-sown wheat is turning j jng wjth her sister in Marion county
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Iler Jr. moved to
pioneers gathered. The pall bearers out as goed as was expected, and the ex- 1 has returned home.
Forest Grove Aug. 1st. Mr. Iler seems
Office and residence between the M ethodist I
a n * C h ristian churches. Telephone in office i were City Treasurer W. S. Hudson, pectations were high. H.rvesting of
Sunday >cUool b progressing finely rather proud of his boy baby. We un
and residence connecting w ith Gales C ity ,
•G reenville,Cornelius, HlllsDOro a u d auy part of i Mr. Wm. Kane, Mayor David Smith, spring-sown wheat has commenced, aud undcr the superiuteadence of Mrs. Cum- derstand Put is going in with Dr. Hiatt
Mr. D. C. Stewart, Hon Thomas Roe that which has been threshed shows ex- (_
in the molar extracting.
and Mr. John Caples.
cellent results. In sections of the Will-
Mrs. Aden Harper and four children
Granville H. Baber was born in Vir ame'.te \ abey, a considerable portion of
. . .
returned to their home c.t Tillamook on
H. E. FERRIN, M. D.
ginia on the 14th day of February, 1S17 the oats has been cut for hay. Harvest-
the 31st. They had been visiting Mrs.
friends aud relatives.
P H Y S IC IA N AND SURGEON
The hoys will have to hunt up their Harper’s parents at Fir for the past eight
tin cans and cow bells for by the ap weeks.
OBSTETRICS A SPECIALITY
Mr. (-lass and son Harvey of Dilley
pearance of things there will be a wed
Just returned from ten months ex
ding soon. That buggy does not go by and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Col'ins were Sun
perience in a large hospital after fifteen
day visitors at Mr. Chas. Bateman's.
here so often for nothing.
years’ private practice.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams visited
Office in Woods & Caples B lock.
Mr. Smith’s last Sunday and speut the at Forest Grove on the 30th.
afternoon vety pleasantly together.
Mrs. A. B. Phelps and Mrs. Sargent
D r . N ixon ,
Farmers are beginning to harvest.
You can hear the binders running before
breakfast of a morning.
9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
The mail at Laurel now leaves at 9 a.
m. aud arrives at j p. m.
Mr. O. H ill’s family are moving back
on their place.
T u o s . H. T o x g u b
.£■ B. X o n o v n
N o ta ry P u b lic
Mr. Carlson and family are out from
THOS: H. & E. B. TONGUE
| Portland on their farm.
Mrs. McFce is spending a week in
ATTO RN E Y S -AT- L A W
H il l s b o r o , O reg o n
Mr. Henry Matthews, who w?nt to
Office Rooms 3, 4 and 5, Morgan Block
! Eastern Oregon to work has returned
and reports that there ate 20 hands to
L A N G L E Y A SON
! every job of work and low wages also.
THE LATE JUDGE G. H. BABER
Miss Wheeler has been spending a few
.A t t o r n e y s a n d c o u n s e l o r s a t la w I His father was a Virginian as was his ing of spring-sown grain will not be
with Mr Hinck’s.
Collection» a specialty.
father. Their ancestors settled in Amer general for a week or more. T ie
Messrs. Jim Ferand and Fimis Brown
Office:—Up-stair», rooms 1, 2 and 3, ica in the party history of the country, weather lias not injured the grain crop,
went on a fishing excursion last week
coming from England.
Mr. Baber’s anil some correspondents report the crop 1 but their success has not been reported.
father married Miss Elizabeth Ch'iwning, better than ever before; this applies to
Rev. L. M. Boozer filled his usual ap-
daughter of Mr* Adas Chawning, also a quality as well as quautity.
SMITH & BOWMA
Grain | pointment last Sunday after several
; Virginian and decended from the early harvesting will continue for six weeks ! weeks of absence, bringing back with
^ T T O R N E Y S-A T -L A W ,
settlers of the ^ a te . The father and
j him a wife. We all wish them a long
four brothers o fW - Baber served in the longer. In some localities of Eastern | and happy life.
Notarial Work aud Conveyancing.
Oregon, tnere are reports of spring-sown
R o o m s Ik 7 M o rg a n B lk .
H I L L S B O R O , O r . war of 1812, being stationed at Norfolk.
j Died.— Near Laurel, Mrs. R. Robinson
Mr. Baber was reared aod educated in grain shriveling to some extent; this
Sunday morning at 4 o'clock, age 42
West Virginia. He learned the carpen condition is not general, and practically
i years. She was a member of the Bap
ter’s trade and continued to follow it, applies only to those sty'ions where the
tist church for 20 years, was an earnest
H. T . B A G L A Y ,
living at home, until of age. Like ev raising ot wheat is hazardouse ven under ; worker in the church and Sunday school.
Attomev-At-Law a id Deputy District erything the judge undertook he did hit the most favorable circumstances. The She leaves a husband and many friends
work well and was rated skillful in his hay crop is housed or is being baled. lo mourn her loss for she will be greatly
Attorney lor Washington County.
! trade, continuing to work at it occasion- The second crop of alfalfa is being cut. missed as a friend and Sunday school
Corwin and Wooster Block, l pstairs, ! ally even after he settled in Forest The dry weather is not favorable for the
I Grove. About 1841 Mr. Baber went to second crop ol clover, though so far it
HILLSBORO, - - OREGON.
I d Memoriaui.
1 Iowa and settled in Jefferson county on has not been injured. The wheat aphis
Mrs. R. Robinson )
the l->st purchase made from the Lone which has been reported from the Willa
Dearest teacher, thou haat left us
And thy loss we deeply feel.
Two years later be married Miss Eliza under the influence of the clear, warm
Lonely seems the way before us
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Even white in prayer we kneel.
beth Jane Knox, of Pensylvania.
, * „ d Office at Oregon C tty .^ r e g o n ^ j
Peach plums are fully ripe, and large
In ’45, with his wife and her father
Yet the life o f faith haa left us
Rays o f light from yonder shore
Notice Is hereby given that the following- j and family, he crossed the plains for shipments to eastern points arc being
Where again we hope to greet thee,
named settler ha« filed notice ot her Intention to Oregon the fame of whose fertile soil made. Early peaches are rip* and are
Where all parting scenes are o'er.
m ake final pioof In support of her claim, and 1 was then attracting attention as the ! being shipped.
Water melons and I
th a t ssid proof w ill be made before the County 1
den of lhe worl<J. The party in- | blackberries are very plentiful. The ap- j
Could we see tho heavenly mansion.
Where thy nappy ■>>■» ” »• »■ —
Clerk of Washington County at Hillsboro, Ore- 1 tered at Oregon City ami . then
went to pie and pear crops are making good |
We should rather pray to hartrn
gon, on Aufihst 8th, 1SS»,
Prom s world o f care and pain
Homestead Entry So. 1C623. for the n w « the first settlers. Here Mr. Baber took been checked by the warmth. The hops
Though onr earthly home ia lenrly
a m ile square of land adjoining his father- j are making gooJ growth; spraying is be
o f sec. 14, t p 2 n , r s w.
Siace thy voice ao more we hear.
With ingactively pushed in all good yards. The
She names the following witnesses to prove in-law's place at Knox Butte.
Yet onr heavealy home ia dearer
her continuons residence upon and cultivation
Since our teacher eat .-red there
the exception of a short but fairly re- current v. gather is beneficial 10 the
Oh how sweet to mortals given
^lUif^tisn^Roos Marshal Haycock. Eli Smith, muneritive experience as a miner in j growth and duvelopmiut of sugar beets.
Is the hope when life ie o'er,
California hi* time was occupied in 1 Vegetables are making a g o o d g r o w t h .
Richard Rayerait, of Fir, Oregon
O ic e egain with joy to greet thee
farming in which he was successful f The potato crop promises to be very
C has . B. Moo*««. Register.
And the loved ones gone before
financially and also twice took premiums large. Corn is silking out and is much
This blest hope is bow onr anchor
for having the best conducted farm in j benefited by the warm weather.
Ho we’ll wipe onr weeping eves
Linn county. After twelve years' res-1 T h e re are no adverse conditions known
And press on with faith aad courage
7 P E R CENT. LO ANS.
'T itl we meet yon in the skies.
In sums of |2,ooo and upward for three (deuce he removed to Albany and in | or reported. The grain, hay, fruit and
came to Forest Grove, hit home vegetable crops are, or promise to be,
to five years on good farms.
T. H. A d a m s .
Mrs. Baber died in 1874. They had only to be gathered.
F IR .
no children. 101875 Mr. Baber mar-
Weather — The mean temperature for | Augnit l89g_ A, we have teen noth
ried Miss Willielmina Krooae, a native the week averaged 73 degrees, which is j
flolu our little hamlet of late in your
The Snre 1* Grippe f.'nre.
of German / but who had come to Ohio 10 degrees higher than for the preceding paper we thought you might perhaps
There » no uec suffering from this when a child. They have two children, week and 7 degrees higher than for the l|ave room fOT us to tell the readers of
corresponding week of last year. The j ()]e H atch et that we have a thertnom-
dreadful malady, if you will only get the Liverne H. and Josephine.
In politics Mr. Baber was first a Whig week ending August 23. 1897. the tem- ctef at f u t),at stands at 100 deg. from
right remedy. You are having pain al
through your body, your liver is out of and later a Republican. Though of perature averaged 78 degrees; this was , 2 p m „„til f, o’clock in the shade and
order, have no appetite, no hie or ambi Southern birth, when secession and dis- one of the warmest weeks of which there . ^ jn tJ|€ iqD> por the past five days
tion, have a Imd cold, in fact are com union w ere rile, he stayed firmly a Ua- is a record. The highest temperature ^ have had juat aoch hot weather aod
pletely used up. Electric Bitter, is the ion man. He was the first county judge daring the week was 96 degrees, at Port- j wf woohi like to hear from other places,
only remedy that will give you prompt of Linn co n n ty snd for three years occu- Und on Saturday, sod from too degrees What most it be in Cuba? Oar hearts
^ the poor men who have gone to
anJ sure relief. They act directly on pied the position with credit to him- to 108 degrees in the southern counties
on the same day. The G jh t tempera- fight for freedom in that hot climate.
vonr Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tone self and acceptably to the people.
For many months beck the judge had tores, minimum, ranged from 50degrees
M d Ben Collina Jr., are
up the whole system and make yoa feel
R k e . new being. T h e ^ r e guarentoed been ao invalid and latterly coofioed to to 6« degrees. No rain fell during the wofki jq the Hialt sawmill at the old
to cure or price refunded. For s a le «
ie. In the fulloe# of years st his week. The winds were light snd fro* ■ . ,
n^.bioe s Druz Htore. "niy oO , hn h
were Sunday callers at S. S. Bateman's
on the 31st.
Buck leu’s Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruise», Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fe
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and ]H>»itively cures Piles, or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price
2f> cents per box. For »alo by John
Brisbine, City Dru/ Store.
Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, UL,
makes the statement, that she caugh*
cold, which settled on her lungs; she
was treated for a month by her family
physician, but grew worse. He told her
she was a hopeless victim of consump
tion and that no medicine could cure
her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King’s
New Discovery for Consumption; she
bought a bottle and to her delight found
herself benefitted from first dose. She
contiuueditsu.se aud nite- taking six
bottles, found herself sound and welt
now does her own housework, and is as
well as she ever was. Free trlul bottles
of this Great Discovery at J. A. Bris-
bilie's Drug Store. Large bottles o
cents and 41.00.
Mr. and Mrs. Brokelsburg, of Port
land, are rusticating for a week or so on
Gales creek where they can pick berries
and fish in tile shade.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gault, of the ludc
Robbed lh e Grave.
|>endent, were Sunday visitors, on their
wheels, from Hillsboro, at their uncle
O'iver of Philadelphia, was the subject,
and aunt’s, Mr. and Mrs. Heisler,
is narrated by him as follows: ‘ T was in
a most dreadful condition. My skin
Both Comfort and Speed.
was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
The business man compelted to travel coated, pain continually in back and
at this season of the year, as well as the sides, no appeiite— gr-du.IIy growing
tourist traveling for pleasure, demands weaker day by day. Three physicians
comfort as well as rapid transit. The had given me up. Fortunately, a
Rio Grande Western and its conuections friend advised trying ‘Electric B.’ ters;’
furnishes both. From the Pacific North and to my great joy and surprise, the
west, passengers are landed iu Chicago first bottle made a decided improvement.
in three days and a half, and in New I continued their use for three weeks,
York in less than five days. Further and am now a well man. I know they
more, the passenger Is given his choice saved my life, and robbed the grave of
of three routes through Colorado, and another victim.” No one should fail to
four east thereof. Tickets are sold via try them. Only 50 cts per bottle at J.
Sionx City Omaha and Kansas City, St. A. llrisbitie’s Drug Store.
Louis or Chicago. From the time the
passenger leaves Salt Lake City until he
reaches Denver, there is one everchang-
An Enterprising Druggist.
panorama of the beauties of nature,
There are few men more wide awake
whether the Rockies are crossed via the
and enterprising than J. A. Brisbane,
Tennesee, llagerniati or Marshall l’aases.
who spares no pains to secure the beet
Those who desire it, are given, without
of everything in his line for his many
extra cost, a day’s stopover in Salt Lake
customers. He now haa the valuable
City, affording an opportunity of seeing
agency for Dr. King’s New Discovery for
the beauties of the Mormon capital, and
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. This
also ensuring a daylight ride through is the wonderful remedy that is produc
Colorado, justly termed, because of its ing such a furor all over the country by
scenery, “ The Switzerland of America’’. ita many atartling cures. It absolutely
Via the Rio Grande Weatern rates are cures Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness
always the lowest and accommodations and all affections of the Throat, Cheat
the best. Through tourist aod chair ami Lungs. Call at above ding stole
cara, as well as Standard Pullmans, upon and get a trial bottle free or a regular
size lor 50 cents and fl.OO. Guaranteed
For descriptive pamphlets of the to cure or price refunded.
famous mountain scenery, ri tes, reserva
tions and other information, address, J.
D. Mansfield, Gen'I $gent, Rio Grande
ttlsalwa fcu.it way. 14* Third Street,
W haaBaby was sics, ws gave ber Castella.
Rlpana Tabulea cure constipation.
Ripans Tabulea cure bad breath.
Rlpana Tabulea: for aour stomach
Hi pans Tabulea assist digestion.
a Child, aha cried for Obstarla.
When She became Mies, aba d un e
Whae she bad Chfldma, she fa v e them Omisi
Ripans Tabulea car« bad hresin.
BACON & McNAMER
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE
STAGES TO PORTLAND AND TILLAM OOK
8TABLE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
FOREST GP.OVE, 0?H - ON.