Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911, June 22, 1905, Image 3

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    Editorial Page-Washington Co. News.
J . F. W O ODS, Editor.
IT S SIMPLE ENOUGH
Published Every Thursday by the Washing- sure at the time that he came so near
ton County Publishing Co. Incorporated
discovering a great river. Two Amer-
at Forest Grove, Oregon
ican vessel:” the C olum bia R e d iviva -
| Captain John Kendrick, and the Lady
Washington, Captain Robert Gray,
CITY
O PPIC IA L
- PAPER
sailed from Boston September 30,
1787 with cargoes of goods for the
$1.00 a Year in Advance.
Indians. They rounded the Horn and
sailed up the Pacific coast to Nootka
Entered at the post-office at Forest |
sound, their object being to engage in
Grove, Oregon, as second class
the
fur trade of the great Northwest.
mail matter.
The two vessels, however, were sepa­
Address all communications to Wash­ rated by a storm soon after passing Cape
Horn, and the Lady Washington reach­
ington County Pub. Co.,
ed the Oregon coast in August, where,
Forest Grove, Ore.
near the 46th parrallel, Captain Gray
If the NEWS fails to reach its subscrib­ ran his ship aground in attempting to
ers or is late, we request that immedi. enter an arm of the sea which he had
ate attention may be called to the same. already explored in small boats for
some miles, and which he believed to
THURSDAY,
JUNE
22,
1905 be the stream then vaguely known as
the River of the West— now the Col­
The ship was attacked by
THE editor of the Salem Journal umbia.
Indians
and
one seaman was killed and
announces that he is not a candidate
the
mate
was
wounded. This attack
for any office.— Roseburg Plaindealer.
caused
the
ship
to put out to sea again.
That’ s the first thing a candidate does.
Historians
differ
as to whether Gray
The Salem Journal was one of our in­
actually
visited
the
mouth of the Col­
dicted Binger’ s mainstays.
umbia on this voyage. Greenhow
holds that the fight with the Indians
LAST night’ s program closed the
took place in the Columbia, but Ban­
year’ s graduation exercises of Pacific
croft is inclined to believe that it was
University, and besides turning out
Tillamook Bay. The Columbia and
nine bright, new scholars, the school
the Lady Washington both anchored
has maintained its usual high standard
in Nootka Sound until the next spring,
of excellence. Pacific University has
returning to Boston, August 10, 1790.
a reputation that might well be envied
ADVENTUROUS NAVIGATORS
by the majority of institutions of learn­
It should be remembered that at
ing on the coast. Her laurels are
this time there were many adventur­
many fold and far reaching.
ous navigators who were eager to dis­
cover the mouth of the great river of
THE Pennsylvania railroad, in run­
the West. They believed it to be the
ning its trains from New York to Chi­
Pacific end of a mythical “ northwest
cago in 18 hours, has set a new record
passage” extending across the conti­
for fast traveling in the United States.
nent from Hudson’ s Bay. Many years
If such fast time can be made between
before, the British government had
Chicago and New York it will be b u t!
offered a prize of 20,000 pounds to the
a shcrt time until Western roads will
navigator who would discover this pas­
put on faster trains, and there is a pos­
sage, which for a century had been
sibility that a trip from New York to
| supposed to exist. The Hudson Bay
Portland will consume but three days
company, which held the Crown’ s
instead of five.
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charter granting it exclusive right to
trade in the whole of interior and West-
HlLLSBORO is very much agitated ern North America above the Spanish
over the Wm Reid railroad proposals p0ssessj0ns discouraged any attempts
which he is now offering that city, j to find this passage from the Hudson
The anxiety of the railroad company ^ay
and the navigators made
which he is said to represent, in hufry- search for it on the Pacific coast.
ing to begin work, is very much like
Captain James Cook, the most
other railroad propositions. As a rule famous British navigator of his time,
they can never begin work quick had sailed only 80 days after the decla­
enough. There is always much slow­ ration of American Independence, in the
ness on the part of the giver of the hope of discovering the imaginary
right of way, and it is always his fault passage. On the 18th of January,
that there is so much delay. But usu­ 1778, he discovered the Hawaiian
ally railroad companies are not modest Islands, which he named the Sandwich
in their demands; this one, however, islands in honor of the first lord of
only wants to go to Banks— nine or admirality. Resuming his eastward
ten miles in the country. Perhaps course, Captain Cook encountered the
that’ s far enough for this road.
coast of * New Albion,”
otherwise
You or anybody else who knows the intrinsic value of
goods know at a glance that the prices we are offering are
much below what is usually regarded as the standard, but
the best possible appreciation of these values can only be
obtained by a personal visit to our store— so we expect to
see you next week. It’s Really Unnecessary T o Say A n y ­
thing about the prices and values we quote— they speak for
themselves. But to make our invitation more emphatic, we
want to say just this— there isn't an article that we sell
which does not mean a material saving to your pocketbook,
so be sure to come— if you don’ t buy we’ll be just as good
friends as ever.
Your Summer Sui6 Is Ready
It fits you too,— if you buy it
well long after you bought it,
over these suits and drop in
like them well enough to buy
It’s Easy To Order By Mail
But when the goods don’t com e up to expectations you are
in trouble, nobody to come back at.
W hen you buy
goods from us you pay when you get your goods «nd if
they are not right we always make it right.
You Can’t Buy Such Shoes As These
COPYRIGHTED
BY
U. CAPPA ¿ SONA LTD.
hf.TTfR
public ownership of
“ public utilities,” a euphonious title
for street railways, gas and electric
plants, and other things, becomes a
fact, private ambition to do and dare
will be destroyed. Had the govern­
ment been the owner of our great rail­
ways in the United States, does any
one believe that the comfort which one
can have thereon today would have
been possible? The government when
it becomes the owner, must not recog­
nize, nor can it recognize, classes or
the demands of men whose wants
differ from the wants of their fellows.
The Pullman car, the high-gTade diner,
do not belong to a government owned
and operated railway. The govern­
ment would s;y that the rights of
every citizen demanded equal comforts.
The fact that one is willing to pay
more than the other should not be
allowed to enter into the government’ s
scheme of management.
man.
Underwear and Hosiery—
J
Summer Weights m ÿ
The underwear is the extremely light weight—
enought to take up the perspiration and to
keep you from catching cold— cool enough to
keep you comfortable. A ny style and shape
and size you want. Hosiery— black, tan,
white— plain or fancy— double wearing parts.
Prices, well we’re not claiming too much when
we say that they’ re the best we’ ve ever sold.
1 owners of his vessel.
Men’s Summer Furnishings
Best line we’ ve ever shown. More style and H |
better material— smaller prices too. N egligee ■ * =
60 Y E A R S ’
13 years later, shirts,
gave the belts,
United ties,
States bathing
Cheap Sunday Rates Between Forest
suits— anything
E X P E R IE N C E
Grove and Portland.
its claim upon you
the can
Oregon
country,
think of.
and by the treaty of 1846 added 307,-
000 square miles of opulent territory
to our domain.
T
Gasoline
Wood
rade
D
Forest Grove
Saw
J. E. PATTON, Proprietor
WOOD SAWED ON SHORT NOTICE
Dry Fir and Ash Wood for Sale
Leave orders at News office Phone 583
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Many Indians ------------------------------------------------ —
surrounded his vessel, rowing out in
their big dugout canoes. Gray warned
them to keep off, but they advanced,
which he named
Deception bay,” and he opened fire on them. It is
but which undoubtedly was the mouth this incident which George Davidson
of the Columbia. Meares, however, has illustrated in his curious drawing,
did not discover that it was a river and which gives a most remarkable render­
Salem States- saiied away. Had he made the dis- ing of the heights and headlands at the
R . I N 1X O I N , D e n t i s t
Forest Grove, Oregon
M
arks
is io n s
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
A n vo n e s«n<11ng n sketch nnd description may
nulckly itscertiiin onr opinion free whetlier an
invention fa probably patentable, Coniniunlcn.
tlonastrtctly confidential. HANDBOOK o n Patent
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patent*.
Patents taken through M unn A Co. reeelv
tp rcial n o tic e , w ithou t c harge. In the
Scientific American.
A hand som ely Illustrated w eekly. Largest cir­
culation o f any scientific Journal. T e rm *, fit a
year , fou r mont hs. |L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN &Co.36,B"*d~’ New York
Branch Office. 026 K Bt., W ash in gton , I>. C.
Low round-trip rates have been
placed in effect between Portland and
Forest Grove, in either direction.
Tickets will be sold Saturday after­
noons and Sundays, limited to re­
turn on or before the following Mon­
day. Rate of *1.05 round trip. Call
on Southern Pacific’ s agents for par­
ticulars.
Local Time Table
Trains on the Southern Pacific arrive
and depart on the following schedule:
GOING SOUTH
No. 2 ____9 A. M. No. 4 ____ 6:21 P. M.
GOING NORTH
— Highest price paid for wool and
No. 3 . . . 6 : 5 9 A . M . No. 1 ____ 4 :1 6 P M
Mohair, at J. E. Bailey, Forest Grove.
N . L . A T K IN S , A g t .
Three door* north of Bailey’* «tore,
hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
J. N. Hoffman
ATTORNEY AT LAW
On the
11th of May, the Columbia safely Office in Front Rooms of Abbott Build­
ing, Upstairs.
j crossed the bar and entered at last the
- - OREGON
mighty river, upon which Captain FOREST GROVE,
Gray bestowed the name of his ship.
He cast anchor 10 miles up the river,
S E A R S & W A T K IN S
and a few days later he proceeded 15
-Proprietor of—
claim to what is known as the Oregon pacifjc aKajn on the 28th of September, miles farther up the Columbia, got in­
, .T h « l a n d i n g l i a r h c r S h o p ,
country” out of which the states of 1790, this time in command of the
to the shoal water by missing the
Oregon, Washington and Idaho and ship Columbia Rediviva. Gray reached
Up-to-date Hair-cutting and
channel and then dropped down to
parts of Montana and Wyoming have Vancouver island the next June.
Shaving. Laundry agency.
anchor again near the mouth.
been carved.
About the same time Captain George
P u rest O ravi
Not long afterwards Captain Vancou­ V I « I n S t r e e t ,
SAILED IN 1 7 8 7 .
Vancouver of the British royal navy, ver also sailed up the river, being con­
Nearly two years before George began a series of voyages up and vinced by this time that it really was
Washington was inaugurated as the first down the Pacific coast, for purposes of the river of the west, of which the
In April, 1792,
he Indians had told.
president of the United States. Captain exploration.
LAWYER
Robert Gray started upon a voyage on reached “ Deception bay” and made
Captain Gray’ s discovery of the
Real Estate and Corpo- OFFICE over
which he visited the Pacific coast at some observations, falling in a little Columbia, together with the exploration ration_J^waSpecialt£. Hines' Store.
the mouth of the river now named the later with the Columbia a few miles of that river and the interior country'
-
Oregon
Columbia, although he did not make south of the straits of Fuca. Captain by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark Forest Grove,
covery, Great Britian might now be the
possessor of all the rich territory sur­
Discovery of the Columbia.
rounding and including the Lewis and
The discovery of the Columbia by Clark exposition site.
an American navigator was of high im­
But Captain Gray remained only six
portance. inasmuch as it furnished the weeks in Boston after returning from
United States its original basis of his first voyage, starting for the north
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Main Street, Eorest Grove, Oregon
Oregon, near the 44th parallel, far
south of the Columbia. Severe storms
drove him far out to sea and he did
not reach land again until he was 2
Gray freely informed the Briton as to
degrees north of the mouth of the his own observation, but Vancouver
Columbia.
declined to believe in the existance of
THE NEW COUNTRY
the river of the west.
Once more
Cook returned to England after four Great Britian sailed away from an im­
years of voyaging, and the accounts of portant discovery of great importance.
his expedition aroused great interest, I
SAILED SOUTHWARD
Great Britian being eager to annex the
new country on the Pacific. England,
Leaving Vancouver in the straits of
Russia and France each dispatched Fuca, Captain Gray sailed southward
expeditions to explore the region more in the good ship Columbia, and on
thoroughly and to share in the fur trade May 7, entered a port which he named
of Nootka sound. Captain John Meares, Bullfinch harbor, in honor of one of the
a British navigator, sailed in a vessel to
engage in the fur trade on his own
responsibility, and during his voyage
he found an opening in the coast
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j . CAPPA ASOMA CTO.
Anywhere but here for such prices. Plenty
of styles to select from, quality uniformly good _____
and fit excellent, comfortable and good
wearing.
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W herever
here, It will fit
if you buy it here. Just look
to examine the goods— you’ll
one.
mouth of the Columbia river.
DRUGS
DRUGS
All the Standard Patent
Medicines.
Toilet Articles, Fine Stationery, Cam­
era Supplies, Columbia
raphophones
and Supplies, at right prices.
W . H. HOLLIS.
D r. H ines , D ru gg ist