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“ Where Rolls the Oregon.”
l ewis and Clark Centennial and
American Pacific Exposition,
W A R D C H IL D .
A sad story becamo current during
anxious to fulfill their full du
S O C IE T Y
1848 — Captain
Marryat, noted British Delaroche.
author, died In Norfolk, England; born
in London 1:*»2.
ISS7—Eugene Sue, author *f “ The W an
dering Jew” and other romances, died
at Annecy, Savoy; born 1801.
1859—Horace Mann, educator and aboli
tionist, died at Yellow Springs, O .;
1863—Paul Delaroche, French painter,
died; born 1804.
Marie Set’ bach, illustrious Germa
actress, died at St. Moritz in the Enga-
dine; born 1534.
President McKinley announced, o
ficially, th<i terms upon which he o f
fered to make peace with Spain.
whether said newspaper or periodical Is
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notated Codes and Statutes of Oregon.
— F IV E V E R Y G R E A T — E V IL S :
Address all business communications to
D IV O R C E , which strikes at the root of the family and soci
The 9-year-old son of Mr. Rlever-
All matter for publication should be ad
an imperfect and V IC IO U S S Y S T E M O F E D U C A T IO N ,
dressed to : "Editor Washington County man, of Centerville, had his foot near
which undermines the religion of our youth; the D E S E C R A T IO N
Aug. 3 In History.
Application made for entry at the post-
•fflee of Forest (»rove, Oregon, as second-
His brother, his elder by two years, Ol-
James II. of Scotland was killed be
H I E ( I I R I S T I A N S A B B A T H , which tends to obliterate i 1460—
class mall matter.
was driving the mower In a field a
1785—Oliver Hazard Perry, naval hero,
in our adult population the salutary fear of God and the homage
quarter of a mile from the house and
born in South Kingston, R. I.; died
CITY OF FOREST GROVE.
the injured lad had accidentally ap that we owe h im ; the gross and systematic E L E C T IO N F R A U D S , i
1823—Thomas Francis Meagher, general,
proached too near and was caught by and, lastly, the unreasonable D E L A Y IN C A R R Y I N G IN T O I
born in Waterford, Ireland; drowned
Office in Abbott Building.
near Fort Benton while governor of
the outer sickle. He pluckily hobbled E F F E C T T H E S E N T E N C E S O F O U R C R IM IN A L C O U R T S
Montana, July 1, 1867. The body was
to his home, when Dr. Ward was
never recovered. General Meagher or
ganized and led the famous Irish
bracing the flat timbered lands around called and dressed the ugly wound, and the numerous subterfuges by which criminals evade the exe
brigade, Arm y of the Potomac. Be
the borders, being about 25 miles. which severed the tendons of the heel cution o f the law.
fore the war he was a noted Fenian
and was imprisoned by the British
From the top of one of these plains and had cut to the bone. His sister is
O U R I N S A T I A B L E G R E E D FOR G A IN , T H E C O E X I S T E N C E OF
government on account of his princi
they present the appearance of a vast bead nurse at St. Vincent’s Hospital C O L O S S A L W E A L T H W I T H A B J E C T P O V E R T Y , T H E E X T R A V A G A N C E
1850—Coinmodore Jacob Jones, command
natural amphitheater, whose walls are ( Portland, and there he was taken.
O F T H E R IC H , T H E D I S C O N T E N T O F T H E POOR, O U R E A G E R A N D
er o f the Wasp when she captured
mountains, and whose dome is the
With his youth, the skillful services I M P E T U O U S R U S H I N G T H R O U G H L I F E A N D E V E R Y O T H E R M O R A L
the Frolic, died at Philadelphia; born
azure blue. These plains are beautiful, of the attending surgeon who first
A N D S O C I A L D E L I N Q U E N C Y M A Y BE T R A C E D T O O N E O F T H E F I V E
1861—Father Joachim Ventura, an elo
and fertile; In some places undulating, cared for him, and the good nursing
quent Jesuit known as the "Italian
R A D IC A L V IC E S E N U M E R A T E D ABOVE.
Bossuet,” died; born 1802.
in others level. Their area embraces he is receiving, the gritty little fellow
1894--George Inness, noted American land
one 0 f
most thickly settled por- will shortly be about again.
The reckless facility with which divorce is procured is an evil
scape painter, died in Scotland; born
Willamette Valley. It com-
scarcely less deplorable than Mormonism.
Indeed it is in some
I960—The allied troops advanced front
pr|BeB in beautiful proportions both
Tientsin on Peking.
respects more dangerous than the latter, for D IV O R C E
A rural delivery mall route, with
prajr je anq wood land, and from Its
the week, one revealing human nature
In an unenviable light, but yet so full
of timely warning that the publication
seems eminently proper.
advantageous position, extending as It four carriers from Sherwood post of T H E S A N C T IO N O F T H E C I V I L L A W , which Mormonism
A strict parent, lacking in sympathy ,joes to within a few miles of the fice. was authorized by the Post Office has not.
and full of sternness, had a daughter Willamette river, and connected with Department. Friday, to be established
1 he second evil that bodes mischief to our country and endan
whose frlvo'lty seemed to him crim Portland by good roads, constitutes September 1.
gers the stability of our government arises from our defective svs-
inal and he started to shadow her one of the most valuable portions of
Peter Hanson, who comes from
tem of public schools.
I am persuaded that the popular errors
every movement. The espionage was the country.”
Tualatin, said Sunday's Portland Ore
apparent, the restraint only led to ef
to education spring from an incorrect
“ Washington County.—This county gonian, rushed into the police station
forts to evade it. “ Thou shalt not”
notion of that term.
was met with “ I will,” and when bitter embraces the country drained by the horrified the officers with the an
T O E D U C A T E M E A N S TO BRING O UT, TO D E V E L O P T H E I N T E L
reproaches and the most degrading ac Tuallty river, known as the Tuality nouncement that two rifles which he
cusation that could he made against -unoo u *oi aq) Xq pasBqaand uaeq suq had left at the Jefferson-street depot L E C T U A L , M O R A L A N D R E L I G I O U S F A C U L T I E S OF T H E S O U L .
a young woman were joined with Plains. These plains have been con had been stolen. A minute descrip- ;
A N E D U C A T IO N , T H E R E F O R E , T H A T IM P R O V E S T H E
threats against any associates she sidered in the general description of tlon of the suspected individuals was j M I N D A N D T H E M E M O R Y T O T H E N E G L E C T O F M O R A L
might have, the girl seems to have the country, and here It may only be given, and the detective force gat busy [
plotted to release herself even at the said that they are second to none in at once following up the clews. Then O R R E L IG IO U S T R A I N I N G IS A T B E S T B U T A N IM P E R
FECT SYSTEM .
price of her father’s liberty and her beauty and fertility In any part of the
Hanson went back to the depot and i
state. They now constitute, perhaps.
found the rifles exactly where he had I
In d eed religiou s k n ow led g e is as fa r above hum an science as
Evidently from such determination the most thickly settled of any of the
left them. A little too much, qa.rnlval | the soul is above the b od y , as heaven is a b ov e earth, as eternity
she accused him of unnatural conduct
and a short memory had created the jg a bove tim e.
and a girl chum sustained her story. delightful plains have easy access to
God ^as gjven ug a heart t0 jje formed to virtue as well as a
An attempt was made to enlist the
law in settling the family trouble hut
head to be enlightened.
B y secular education we improve the
F or Sale.—A good single driving
the real cause seemed so apparent the Columbia river at St. Helens, by
we direct the heart.
good roads, leading to these places. horse, gentle and true, for $32.50 cash.
that no action was taken.
Christian Sabbath is the third social
Such a condition is to be deplored,
us to set our faces and T A K E
but It may not be blamed entirely
upon one; harsh parents and head and is second to none In everything cow. A bargain. Inquire at News T IM E L Y P R E C A U T IO N S before it assumes proportions too for
strong children each play their part In relating to Improvements in all the office.
midable to bo easily eradicated.
these difficulties and the real solution departments of husbandry, as well as
A word must be added on two other pregnant evils.
lies in mutual moderation. The child
who goes wrong usually has a father which are designed more especially estate agent has the sale of any prop Y O U N G M E N K N O W T H A T T H E B A L L O T IS T H E E X
who does not understand children and for the promotion of the moral and tn- erty of mine. Dated July 1, 1903. P R E S S IO N O F T H E W IL L O F A F R E E P E O P L E , A N D
N. P. Wiberg.
however good the world may esteem tellectual well-being of Its population.
ITS P U R IT Y S H O U L D B E G U A R D E D W I T H T H E U T
Mm. he Is not a good parent. Dess -----------------------
M OST J E A L O U S Y .
T H E V A C A N T C H A I R O F ST. P E T E R
harshness and more sympathy, fewer 1
heatings and more frequent reasonings (
Religion is the foundation of all morals; it is the cornerstone
are however coming to be popular, and
of all civilization, the one feature that distinguishes a man from
waywardness will lessen and virtue
an animal and the bond which unites him with his Creator.
Increase as boys and girls are per
It is a virtue by which due honor and worship are paid to God.
suaded to do right rather than forced
not to do wrong.
IT E M B O D IE S A L L T H O S E F U N D A M E N T A L T R U T H S
IN V O L V E
G O D ’S S O V E R E I G N T Y
O U R E N T IR E D E P E N D E N C E O N H IM .
A LW A Y S T H E SAME.
I employ the term religion here in its broadest and most com
An early history of Oregon. “ Oregoi,
and Its Institutions,” by Rev. Ousta-
vus Hines, published in 1868, describes
Oregon and the Willamette valley,
affording an Interesting view of the
beginnings o f this region where de
velopment has only begun, and that
yet will maintain the million popula
tion then prophesied for It. The de
scription o f Washington county pli-
tures well the physical
which with no boom or spasmodic
movement have advanced and kept
In the lead of the agricultural coun
ties of Oregon.
The history reads;
"Two miles above this we reach thk
Tuallty river, which flows Into the
Willamette from the west. This riv
er rises in the Coast Range of moun
tains In numerous streamlets which
wster the fertile and extended plains
which, after the name of the river,
are called the Tualatin plains. These
streamlets, flowing Into each other 20
miles from the Willamette, constitute
a tine little river of great Importance
to this portion of the country, as It can
easily be made navigable for boats far
Into the plains, while the branches
above the junction 30 and 40 miles
from the Willamette river, may be ad
vantageously used for the purpose of
driving different kinds of machinery.
The Tuallty Plains from their Impor
tance. demand a more particular no
tice. They exist In a circular form,
somewhat Irregular on the rtm of the
circle; the diameter of the circle em-1
are anxious to win success and
C A R D I IM A L
1.00 a i 'ea
1788 — Thomas
ough, the noted British
artist, died in London;
born in Sudbury 1727.
1811 — William
"signer,” soldier and
statesman, died in Leb- fy
anon, Conn.; born there
THE FIVE GREAT EVILS
O F SO C IETY
Forest Grove, Oregon
Aug. 2 In History,
The lapse of thirty-live years has
not diminished the fertility of Its so^
I nor altered the beauty of Its land-
R EP U B LIC A N
1 scapes. Washington County remains
1 the garden spot of the Willamette
Proprietor, v alley and still continues to excel in
Auscin Craig, Editor
' diversified farming while its schools,
R. r. Johnson, Business Manager.
I churches and social advantages attract
i the newcomer to Oregon as in an early
I day the pioneer found here the most
desirabple location. As It was 35
years ago so it will be 35 years hence.
p In Advance
Washington County will retain Its pre
WASHINGTON COUNTY N E W S
prehensive sense, as embodying the existence of God, his infinite
power and knowledge, his providence over us, the recognition of
a divine law, the moral freedom and responsibility o f man, the
distinction between good and evil, the duty of rendering our hom
age to God and justice and charity to our neighbor, and, finally,
the existence of a future state o f rewards and punishments.
Aug. 4 In History.
1265—Simon de Montfort,
earl of Leicester, was
killed in the battle of
1781—Isaac Hayne, Ameri
can patriot, was hang
ed at Charleston; born
and was captured at 1
Charleston. Being pa
roled, he was subse-
quently required to take up arms for
his cause. He was again made pris
oner and executed for treason.
1823—Oliver Perry Morton, famous as war
governor o f Indiana, was born !n
W ayne county, Ind.; died 1877.
1877—Field Marshal Charles Frederick von
Steinmetz, distinguished Prussian gen
eral, died at Landeck, Silesia; born
1886— Samuel Jones Tilden, statesman,
died at Greystone, N. Y .; born 1812.
1901—Dowager Empress Frederick of Ger
many, queen consort of th-j late Em
peror Frederick, mother of the reign-
i :g kaiser and eldest daughter of
Queen Victoria of England, died at
Cronberg; born 1840.
Aug. 5 In History.
882—Louis III. of France died.
1777—Battle of Oriskany.
1799—Lord Howe, commander o f British
troops in America, died in London;
born there 1725.
1862—General Thomas Williams was killed
In the battle of Baton Rouge while
leading a charge; born in New York
1E64—Farragut’ s battle In Mobile bay; the
Union monitor Tecumseh struck a
sunken Confederate torpedo, and all
on board were drowmed.
1888—Philip Henry Sheridan, general of
the army o f the United States, died at
Nonquit, M ass.; born 1831.
1809—Fighting at Peitsang between the
Chinese troops and the allied column
marching on Peking.
Aug. 6 In History.
1623— Anne Hathaway, widow e f Shake
1759—Eugene Aram, famous scholar and
subject of romantic tales and poetry,
hanged at York for murder.
1775—Daniel O’ Connell, Irish orator and
patriot, born in K erry; died In Genoa
1892—The planet Mars in opposition to the
sun—that is, at nearest point to the
Austin Plair, Michigan’ s last "w ar
governor," died at Jackson; born 1819.
General M. A. Stovall, Confederate
veteran, died at Augusta, Ga.; born
Judge Samuel Shellabarger, noted
lawyer and public man in Washing
ton, died; born 1817.
I H O L D T H A T R E L I G I O N IS T H E O N L Y S O L I D BAS IS O F S O C I E T Y .
S O CIAL
E D IF IC E
T H IS
M U T A B L E F O U N D A T I O N I T W I L L SOON C R U M B L E T O P IE C E S .
MARRIAGE AND DIVORGE I
R ^ jtfE N
higher ideals return the powerful influence o f edu-
cated women will surely array as never before the best
of their sex in compact, resistless phalanx against A SO
C IA L E V I L , A L A R M IN G , D E G R A D I N G A N D D E M O R A L IZ
I N G , which has suddenly become almost too common to provoke
B U S IN E S S
IN T O
S O C IA L
to be dis
solved almost at pleasure.
Six hundred and fifty-four thousand persons divorced in this
‘ I«*** t N k b '
country in the last twenty years— such is the deplorable record
on which Catholic and Protestant clergy are already appealing for
IN T H E
P E T E R ’S A T
At the extreme rear, on the left, la the chair of St. Peter, which the
conclave of cardinal* now assembled, th« largest in the history of the
church. Is about to All with a successor to the Fisherman Apostle, and the
long line of Illustrious bishops of Rome, the latest of whom to hold the
keys was Pope Leo XIII. so recently laid to rest. In the foreground Is the
papal altar at which only the Pope or a cardinal authorized by papal brief
may say mass
U N IO N
DOW NW ARD
A G E N C IE S
OF T H E
T O R E S IS T
T H IS
M U L T IT U D E .
Haywood. July 28.— Mr. Boos and Greenville. They will be missed by
son were In town Wednesday.------J. A. all the neighbors.— Mr. Roebuck has
Jennings went to work for Baker’s been working for Mr. Canady the past
baler Thursday.------Mr. C. Blineor Is week.
building an addition to hts barn.------I
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Mr. Wm. Lyda Is talking of moving his ' William Ridgeley returned Tuesday
saw mill, possibly to Dairy Creek, near from a short stay at Taquina.
Aug. 7 In History.
44—Herod Agrippa, perse
cutor o f the apostles,
1106— Henry VI., the Great,
emperor of Germany,
1778—300 buildings burned
In New York.
1796—J o s e p h R o d m a n
Drake, poet, born In
New York city; died
1830— Louis Philippe, duke of Orleans, wai
chosen king of the French by th
chambers; he wan Installed on the 9th
abdicated and fled in February, 1848.
1188—William P. Davtdge. American actor
died In W yoming; bom 1814.
1®^ — Auguste Nicolas Cain, famoui
French sculptor of animals, died li
Paris: born 1822.
ttt8— Spain accepted the terms of peac<
Imposed by the United States; th<
terms called for the evacuation oi
Cuba, cennlon of Porto Rico and vlr
tusl surrender of the Phlilpplnea t<
United States control.
HOI—General James S. Negley. noted lead
er In the Federal army in the west,
died at Plalnfleld. N. J ; bom 106
Aug. 8 In History.
1508-Pope Alexander VI (noderigo Bor-
g*a. the infamous) died o f poison pre
pared for noma cardinals, but given to
him by mistake; oom 1421; elected
I l l —J»hn Rodgers, admiral sad son o f the
more famous John, born in Hartford
county, y d ,- died U¥2.
General Oouverneur K. Warren, vet
eran corvs commander of the Army
o f the Potomac, died In Newport. R.
I * .bfru. 15JJ. General Warren dlstln-