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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1903)
An Up-to-Oate Country Newspaper--Republican in Politics.
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F o re st G ro v e ^ W a s h in g t o n C o u n ty , O r e g o n , J u ly IO, 1903.
Let us take the resolution today, dependence and Mrs. Wilbur McEl- sorry that his views on some questions
her ancient magnificence and splendor, each in his own way to improve our- downey’s singing of “ Columbia,
the have not been what they consider for
is now a memory. Rome, 'proud tjils- selves in mind and body for the better Gem of the Ocean.” accompanied by the best interests, of the town, will
tres3 of the world,’ lay prostrate! at performance of those duties which fall cornet, violin aud organ, were the oth- not change their opinions of him now
The field of The News I, the first agrl-
the feet o f the ruthless barbarian. to our portion as citizens of this great er principal features. Baby show, all because he has had the manliness to
eulturiil county o f Oregon. First for clover,
for onions, for grapes, and In d airyin g; It
France and Spain were in turn lUe land. Look to the education and train- kinds of races and a ball game in risk the abuse o f a mud-slinging sheet
also leads in diversified farming and Is
empires o f the world, but tiloy ing of your children. Make them feel which University Park, of Portland, by refusing to be grafted by its pro
famous for flue horses, good cattle and
have both reached the period of
responsibility, acquaint them
with up a lively day. The Forest Grove prietor.
blooded sheep and goats. Its hay Is being
bought, thousands of tons of It, by the
tional decadence. History clearly in labor, and remind them often of their band, in new uniforms of red
government to feed cavalry horses In the
dicates that strong nations have little j duty to their native land. In this way white, filled the intervals with music,
T H E FOR EST GROVE BAND.
l ’hillppines; Its wines took gold medals
to fear from foreign invasion. The e\-1 you will perform the best service to and a dancing pavilion and merry-
over California's exhibit at the Chicago
W orld’s Fair. Its prunes and hops get the
amples are indeed rare where a nation your country that it is given you to go-round were well patronized.
The band of which Forest Grove is
top prices In the market, and sugar beets,
in its lusty prime loses its indepejv perform.”
tlux, tobucco, sweet potatoes, horse rau-
dence in a foreign war. The g r e ^ l ---------------------------.
B A B Y S H O W C O N T E S T A N T S AND Vaughn, drum major, is made up of
ish, and mushrooms show the variety of
dangers come from within. We
Its 18,000 people live lu
W IN N E R S
N. L. Atkins, conductor and solo cor
< THE FOURTH a t f o r e s t g r o v e .
the great nations had corruption a?
¡1500 houses, o f which 2500 are on farms,
net; G. Dietrick and R. Walker, cor-
and the great majority own their own
the heart, sapping the manhood c#
Judges: Mrs. G. O. Rogers. Mrs. A ' nets; W. F. Sears and W. Wlrtz, clar-
i After four dajs of a pleasant vei.-
homes. Sig wagon roads and two lines of
their people long before their fabric)»
! ioncts; Frank Vandervelden and Joe
railway connect the county with Portland,
I c.ans' reunion, the best Fourth of July B. Todd and Principal 1!. L. Bates.
crumbled into dust.”
metropolis of the Pacific Northwest, from
Girls U n de r One Year.
I invllle, tenors; G. Hall and R. Peter-
| celebration in a number of years
4 to 32 miles distant, and here is found
“ The evils which menace this land closed a busy week. Over 4000 visit- Mrs. Fred Rood; Kathryn age 8 mo. son, altos; J. H. W lrtz, baritone; W ill
ready sale for its products. Good schools,
(Decided prettiest; prize, gold neck French, bass; John Cornelius, tuba;
good roads, a network of farm telephones
today are internal convulsions; a spirlt^ors joined with the townspeople in an
j Storey Auld, bass drum; H. W lrtz.
and many rural delivery routes a ¡fording
| of wickedness in the high places, aniFj eventful day at the Naylor grove,
dully mail make Washington county a pros
Another member Just
f the growing tendency to luxury au d. That beautiful grove, so convenient
perous country region with all the con
Mrs. Thornburg; I^verne. age 8 mo. secured is Mr. Milne, who will play
veniences of the city.
labor, and striving generally to grind ways an attraction, this year was Mrs. G. M. Hunter; Adelaide,age fi mo. alto.
7 he band made a very neat appear
the toiler Into the very dust. Labor backed up by several other strong fea- Mrs. Lincoln; Gladys May, age 7 mo.
ance in their handsome uniforms of
too, often unmindful o f the rights of turos. The orator was Representative Mrs. K effer; Ethel V., age 8 mo.
red duck coats, ornaqiented with black
others, is seeking to destroy property Binger Hermann, who in this manner Mrs. C. F. Brown; Grace, age 9 mo.
braid, and white duck trousers. The
rights. This great question must be recognized Forest Grove as the banner Mrs. Theo. W lrtz; Ferney, age 4 mo.
FOURTH OF JU LY ADDRESS A T family, and have contributed a leaven
uniforms were made at GreenvtW, II-
jot' peace and industry
to our citizen- I solved in a just and enlightened way. Republican town of the home county Mrs. Siemer; Lela, age 8 tpo.
Mrs. M. W alker: Erma R . age 5 mo. ¡Ilnols. and arrived two days before the
! ship. Finally she has given us the ' Capital must be taught the rights of of his lamented predecessor.
Fourth. Some new instruments are
The address at the Kermis celebra-1 greatest living name in all this land j lubor and labor must be taught to ob -1 The procession, with the usual fea- Mrs. Hanson; Gladys, age 10 mo.
needed and these It Is hoped will be
Boys U n d e r One Year.
tion at Verboort on July 4 was d eliv-, today— Theodore Roosevelt. Aud that 1 serve the rights of property and per- turns of a liberty ca:\ with its pretty
secured through a benefit to be given
ered by John P. Kavanaugh, assistant courageous
who sonal liberty. Race is opposed to race, little girls representing the Union, and
prize, silver , this summer, which deserves genortfl
city attorney of Portland.
! guides our ship of state so proudly 1 ^be white man must be made to unden Miss Alice Reynolds, the duly chosen
The speaker said that he felt pecu through the troubled waters of these I 8tand that the black man has the same Goddess of Liberty, Uncle Sam, who
llarly at home at a rural celebration, days, exemplifies in his public and p rt-.r*® ^ to *^e' BDerty and property that | was Rev. Mr. Olinger. calithumps, Are Mrs, W. W. Payne; W alter S., age 2 mo.
as two-thirds of his life had been spent vate life the best traits of your nation be enjoys. And that this country will men with the.r apparatus and an un- Mrs. Raycraft; Paul, age 2 mo.
P O R T L A N D M A R K E T S , J U L Y 9.
j not tolerate the medaeval practices usual number of veterans of all wars Mrs. A J. Raymond; Herbert, age 7 mo.
upon the farm. His earliest and most and race.”
Girls Between One and T w o Year».
Grain and Flour.
enduring memories were associated, The speaker then turned his atten I o , f torture that
__ are disgracing our f a i r ' * - the -vrr'T (Ricampinent had Just
Mrs. Haskel; Ruth, age 13 mo. (D eclJ-1 Wheat, Valley. 76c- barley, p
- w * * - «■ »«"■ • ■ M s «rrd-Ttrt!
u - , n o n t o fh n rl av a m i thn n v w i t it ta iltt-
ed prettiest; prize, gold pin*.)
$21 -»21; oats. $1.16 © 1 .2 6 ; hour, 1 . 6 6
lights of a country hoe-“
IT. vpo. . | Kign«d to commemorate, Ho said that
unnatural crimes, and practice indus-
.’- a .
o f the Importance of the agrlt " Ruri.t !
i>rtncipie .hat al
Fattest and plumpest; prize, high
In our natirnal Hie. n « raid; "The jqual d i' - - ert- 'Jite «•<th the fmin I he w id secure the protection of his
e, a colonel on the
Butter, fancy creamery, fO®22c;
husbumiinnn po; *«**.<, Urn iMkf. 5t* , er# o’ t ie declaration. He cited - xam,-
and liberties. Those in official
Cheese. Y om »f America,
is vitally interested In preserving a p]eg from a long range of htstory, station mu.it be u:a.Ju Lu feel that they >uu. t^aierai, acted us grand marshal, Mrs. Billion; Florence M. age 19 mo. i « ç i 7 C.
pea -*fu! md .nlerly government, and gjin^fing that - go
minds of the are responsible to the people, and that and In the procession rode Mayor W. Mrs. E. Taylor; Gladys, age 20 mo. 115H i f 16c; Oregon Full Cream, 14c.
Eggs, Oregon ranch, 19@20c; honey,
is the first to set his face against any nations had announced the same prin they must perform the duties of their N. Barrett of Hillsboro and Mayor Ben Mrs. Meek; Alice, age 12 mo 2 days. dark, 10V4@llc; fancy white, l i e
strife that will disturb his possessions. ciple. Continuing the speaker said: offices honestly and efficiently. The Sckolfield of Cornelius, In a carriage
Mrs. Holland; Lola, age 13 mo.
The most contented citizen in time of “ From the days of the Greek Republic crying need o f these times is men in with Congressmen Hermann.
Green onions, per doz. bunches,
Mrs. Gerrish; Grace, age 19 mo.
peace and the most partrlotic citizen in this principle was announced by phil public life who will tear the mask of
,4t the exercises held in the grove,
12Vic; radishes, per doz. bunches,
Boys Between One and T w o Years.
time of war is the man who eats his osophers and sung in poetic numbers, deception from the face of dishonesty, in a stand covered with evergreen and
12Vic; Oregon potatoes, 76c; cabbage,
bread in the sweat of his face. The but it remained for the young republic and expose corruption, though the gay with bunting, flags and flowers, a
¡lV i@ 2 c ; cauliflower, per doz., 90c@
(Decided prettiest; prize, silver , $1; tomatoes, »2 ® 2.25; Oregon
demagogue will swell with devotion to of the W est to take this gem o f lib greatest fall. And finally the youth large number of veterans were seated
| house tomatoes. |3; asparagus,
the flag in tranquil times, but in the erty from its poetic casket, and bestow
f^e land must be taught honest toll o i the stand with the speaker. T.
hour which tries men’s souls, in the it as the birthright of citizenship. Even | The biessjngs 0f wholesome exercise H. Adams of the committee which had Mrs. F. W. Barber; Lester, age 12 mo. j box, 9ot © » l : parsley, per doz. 26c;
carrots, sack, » email@example.com; betts, sack,
hour of a nation’s peril, it is the toiler in this land It took long years of agi must be brought home to the young, arranged for the celebration, presided, Mrs. A. T. Buxton; Morris, age 12 mo. $firstname.lastname@example.org, turnips, sack, $1.25; rhu-
| barb, per pound. 2c; green peas, per
who goes to the front and yields up his tation and a bloody war to Incorporate ^ j uxury an(j indolence are the Insidious aid besides Mr. Hermann’s oration, Mrs. Cole; Theodore, age 21 mo.
Mrs. Gales; Gordon, age 16 mo.
pound, 3V6@4 c ; head lettuce, 15c;
life that his nation may live.
this principle in our organic law, but enemies 0f f ree institutions. If the which amplified the Idea that
beans, per pound, 8@10c; Oregon
‘ This is essentially a nation of pro thanks to the fathers who declared it growing race can be trained in hon- United States was the greatest exam
string beans, 10@12c; carrots, beets
duction. The sails of our export trade and to their sons who carried It Into egtv jn industry, in courage and in ple the world had ever known of ma
and turnips, bunches, 15c.
T H E A B U S E O F MR. M I L L E R .
whiten every sea. You are the great execution, we now enjoy the blessing ^j,e cultivation of those virile virtues jority rule, and the nearest perfection
(From The News July 3 )
I Apples. Oregon, $1.25© 1.50; apricots.
producers of the land. You lay the of equal liberty.
0f the fathers we need have no fear for of human government. Miss Lena Par
Ilr o m m e N
75@85c; gooseberries, per pound, 3Vi
necessities of life at the door of the
Mr. Kavanaugh spoke of the devotion j the future. W ith such a citizenship ker’s reading of the Declaration of In-
As to the remarks said to emanate
strawberries, local, per pound,
townsman. You supply the staples of
and courage of the fathers. “ They as this nation will endure until time shall ( wis beaten by Washington County af- from Druggist C. F. Miller, he Is a 5c; cherries, 76c; peaches, f l .
trade and the burdens of commerce.
te* a long and exciting contest, made sober. Industrious and upright citizen 1
sembled to deliberate upon the most be no more.
Upon your Industry and skill depend.
who deservedly holds the confidence Broilers »1.75©2.25; fryer. , $2-76*
momentous question that falls to the
o * , mixed, per pound, 10<3>lOVfcc;
In a large part, the prosperity of the
and esteem of The Times. Mr. Miller springs. per pound. 15@16o; hens, 11
lot of man to decide. The enemy was
times that are to come.”
deserves great credit for the great j @ i2 c; geese, »5.5I>©6; ducks, »3 ® 5 ;
at the gates. Within all was disorder
A fter expressing his gratification on
work for temperance he has done In I turkeys, live, 14©l6c; dressed. 16®
and confusion. The wealth and quality
meeting so many citizens of Dutch
making Forest Grove a dry town, and l^Vic.
of the colonies were opposed to sep
H a y and Feed.
birth and descent.
undoubtedly regrets as much as does
aration. These brave men weighed
Timothy, »20©21; clover, $14@16;
said; “ Holland has played a large part
the editor of The Times, that The bran, »23; chop. »17®21; shorts, »23;
well the consequence o f dissolving the
in the progress and civilization of the
News has made an ass of itself In barley, rolled. »21 ©23; middlings, »27.
bond o f union. Before them lay the
world. She has bequeathed to man
trying to call attention to there being
prospect of political bondage or a san
Hams, as to size, 14V4c; hams, pic
kind legacies above price. She has
guinary conflict with mighty odds
nic, H V ic; bacon, breakfast, 18c; dry
made an Imperishable record of gal
a blind pig dramshop. Generous, kind- salt sides. 12V4c; backs, I2% c, lard,
against them. They accepted the al
lantry and heroism on flood and field.
hearted. a liberal contributor to every kettle rendered, tierces, llV4c.
ternative of liberty or death. They
But her victories of peace are greater
worthy cause, Mr. Miller justly may
hazarded all upon *he wage o f battle.
Veal, 7c; pork, 7®7V4c; beef, 7@8c;
than her victories in war. She led
be regarded as one of the pillars of
They signed the declaration which
her armies against the sea. and liattled
law and order, as he 1 b a model of
made us free.”
against the tyranny of the waves. Her
sobriety and an entrancing example of
Hops, choice, 20c; prime, 30c.
He spoke o f the wonderful growth
rich lowlands were reclaimed from th*
what prosperity a prohibition town
and development of the nation after
bosom of the deep. She taught the
affords But were Mr. Miller the keeper D E A T H O F M I 8 8 M A R Y R I D G L E Y .
the close of the revolution Continuing
world the arts of commerce and sue-
of such an establishment as is said to
cessful colonization. She established j be said; ’ The most sanguine of t -
have disgraced Forest Grove, he of
Miss Mary Rblgley, daughter of Mr.
fathers may have seen In fancy a giant
the code of commercial honor. Her
course would hesitate at helping de and Mrs. William Rblgley, died at her
nation springing up on the shores ( f
artists lay all nature under tribute, and
fray the expenses o f a campaign home In Forest Grove on July 4, aged
the Atlantic, but their wildest dreams
preserved to the ages those undying
whose success would make him pay 29 years, o f heart disease. Miss Rtdg-
fell far short o f this great sisterhood
tints, redolent with the sweet breath
»500 to »1000 a year for what he had ley, although a cripple and sufferer all
of her landscapes Her scholars made of states extending from palm to pin-
been getting for nothing.
her short life, by her sunny disposi
vast contributions to science and let
tion and bright wit had made many
ters. Her Jurists founded our system
friends and was always a favorite. The
T H E P R A IS E O F MR. M I L L E R .
o f International law— a system which western tide meets the refluent east
[ funeral was held Monday from the
robbed war o f half his terrors and de
(From The Times, July 9.)
| house, where Prof. Marsh offered the
fined and regulated the rights of na the flag floats proudly today and the
He (Th e News’ man) makes a lot of Lord's prayer and “ Nearer, My God.
tions. She was foremost in promoting
slanderous Insinuations about Mr Mil
to Thee." was sung, and the further
arbitration and a peaceful settlement the cradle of liberty are unfolded to
ler that come with 111 grace from him ; exercises were
o f international disputes. Today the P«>PK* «!*>“ * • “ > » *•»* light of clvlliz
even when made for the purpose of ( Orange ritual, the Master, Daniel Ba-
grateful nations of the earth, mindful at,on *• daw ning"
i diverting attention from his own ve
ker, having charge, and then the burial
of her splendid service, are erecting
The speaker said that the best lesson
nallty. All along up until Tuesday | ceremony of the
a temple o f peace beside the tomb of to be drawn from the day, and the
Grotius. The establishment of the in- message to be communicated to the
spirited man. the very man to back up she was a member, was carried out.
ternatlonal court of arbitration at The people was to set before the young the
the campaign In favor of Baloons. But The wealth of flowers and freedom
Hague is the greatest victory of civil- splendid example of courage and pat
by Friday he had become Just the from gloom in the last rites seemed
ization In the present age
riotlsm exhibited by the fathers. “ They
reverse o f all this— and the only particularly appropriate to ona to
“ Nor can I forget Holland's contrl- left us a great heritage, and It is our
change In Mr. Miller was that he had whom, though she had bravely lived a
buttons to our own land Her sturdy duty to transmit It to the succeeding
refused to be blackmailed out o f »66. life o f cheerfulness, death came as a
sons laid the foundations of our great generation augmented in some way by
The people of Forest Grove who hava not unwelcome visitor.
est city and greatest state
Her hus- our courage and patriotism. W e are
; known Mr Miller for many years,
band men cultivate our soil and have a great nation, but other nations were
Fly Bouncer, to keep the flies off
who have respected Mm for his busi
made the barren waste to bud and great before us and are now no more
and cows, at Martin’s Feed
blossom as the rose
Her emigrants Greece, the ’home o f culture and the 1
have mixed and fused with our great nurse of arm«,' fell before the con L I B E R T Y C AR A N D G O D D E S S C F L I B E R T Y . F O R E S T GROVE. JULY 4. 1 liness of heart and who have been
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