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Editorial Page-W ashington Co. News. '
A . E- N O U R 8E , M anager
PafelisM Ewq Thursday by the Washing-
ton Canty Publishing Co. Incorporated
at Forest Grove. Oregon
attention it should have, although at
the urgent request of a number of
leading Republicans, he has about
decided to keep "open house” until
his successor shall have been chosen.
$1.00 a Year in Advance.
We are not informed as to the nature
of the business Mr. Baker is engaged
in but The News along with thousands
Entered at the post-office at Forest
of his friends wish him as great
Oregon, as second class
success in that line as the party has
had under his able leadership.
P Tamiesie et ux to Fred Bul
ling lots 19, 20 and 21 Park
J M Barber et ux to Mary E
Rowe 2 acres near Beaevton
| Evar Jacobsen to Bertha Jacob
sen i acre in sec 8 1 n 4 w
J D Rode et ux to M J Perk'
14.93 acres in Patrick Kelley*
d 1 c .........................................
G H Baldwin to Abraham Bald
win part of block 40 Forest
Grove . J ..................................
Abraham Baldwin et ux to
Peter Fields part of sec 20 2
n 3 w .........................................
Peter Fields et al to George H
Baldwin 4 acres in Catchings
d i e .......................................
A W Smith et ux to Fred Beh-
nke tract in sec 2 2 s 1 w . .
Melvin Munkres to Milo Kelsey
part of block 30 Forest Grove
Samuel Markee to A M Colliver
18.21 acres in Wm Catching
d i e ....................................
QUEER FREAKS OF NATURE T H A T
ABOUND IN NEBRASKA.
C l « ..« e
S p ir a ls
M in e r a l
B E S T on the Market, at Lowest Prices, Q U A L IT Y
l o a e d Sa M a t h e m a t i c a lly an la Be
E a s ily
M is ta k e n a t K tr s t G la a e e
P re s c rip tio n s filled a c c u ra te ly
w ith F re s h D ru g s
*'®r WorllB af Art.
Nobody knows with certainty what
I the ao called "devil’s corkscrews” real-
Your money back if goods are not as represented
are- T^ey are found by tens of thou
sands In Nebraska, most particularly
j In Sioux county, and some of them are
1600 ns muc*1 08 i or<y foot In height without
counting the gigantic "roots” presently
to be described. Quarts Is the sub-
1500 i 8tance ° f which they are made, but
how they came to be Imbedded, num
A d d r e Hall communications to Wash
Considerable misunderstanding exists
2041 bers o f them together. In the sandstone
ington County Pub. Co.,
cliffs of that region Is more than any
between what is known in Forest Grove
K Forest Grove, Ore.
Successor to JOHNSON k JOHNSON
as the Rod and Gun Club and some of
250 body can tell, unless, perhaps, one the
ory, to be mentioned later. Is to be ac
the principal farmers along Gales Creek,
cepted as correct.
VS fails to reach h r subscrib-
which seems altogether useless and
You are traveling, let us say, on
ate, we request that immedi-
horseback through that part of the
which is actually harmful to all con
tion may be called to the same.
country, and, as often happens, you
Hams, Bacon and other Salt Meats always on hand
see, standing out from the face of a
cultured and enlightened community
sandstone cliff, a gigantic spiral. If. as
James Spicer and Maud Parks;
such as ours, it seems incredible that Louis Allfers and Ada Thompson; Wm. geologists have proved, the sandstone
rock be chipped away a corkscrew
Everything fresh in the Grocery Line to be found here
such a condition .should exist and a E. Ray and Sadie B. Casteel.
shaped thing of quartz is exposed to j
Free Delivery to all parts of the City,
T heelection in this state this year clean exposure of both sides would
view, fashioned so mathematically as
is developing more platform writers undoubtedly serve to clear matters.
AT THE CHURCHES
to be easily mistaken at first glance F o P C S t G l * O V C
for a work of art. The white spiral j
than we ever dreamed of. They are Some landowners along Gales Creek
may be free, as a sculptor would any, |
thicker than jack-rabbits
in Crook have becom e irritated over recent
or. In other cases, may be twined about
Services of the German Lutheran a sort of axis, as a vine would run
County. Every candidate from Con prosecutions— specifically, the long
Church will be held at the Christian around a vertical pole.
stable down to Jonathan Bourne Jr., since famous Beaver Skin Case— with
The glycerine employed In Dr. Pierce’s
Somebody awhile ago gave to these
Science Hall on Fifth street, at 2:30
enhances the medl
has his pockets loaded with his plat which the Rod and Gun Club had noth p. m., on the 2nd and 4th Sundays in spirals the name “devil’s corkscrews" medicines greatly enham
Forest Grove, Oregon
clnal properties which It extracts and.
forms and pictures. You give him ing whatever to do; others have be every month. Rev. H . C. Eberlihg for want of a better and as expressive holds in solution much better than alco A general banking business transacted
of the mj’ttery of their origin. Scien hoi would It also possesses medicinal
Interest paid on time deposits.
half a chance and he will work several come justly aroused over the careless will occupy the pulpit.
tists discussed them In vain, slid many I properties of Its own, being a valuable
demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic and anti-
of them (platforms and pictures) off j depredations of their grain fields in the
theories were formed In regard to them. ferment. It adds greatly to the efficacy
of the Black Cherrybark, Golden Seal
on you and ask what vou think of them hunting season.
On the other hand
Stono root and Queen’s root, con
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. they were fossil burrows excavated In root,
and I fancy there are not a few who the members of the Rod and Gun Club,
tained In "Golden Medical Discovery ” In
tertiary times by gophers of n huge | subduing
chronic, or lingering coughs,
would prize a compliment on the which, incidently, includes some of
and extinct sj>ecle8. And, to confirm 1 ronchl: 1. throat and lung affections,
a. m., Epworth League 6:30 p. m.,
this notion, the Ivones of some burrow for : 11 of which these agents are recom
picture more than on the platform.
the best business men in Forest Grove, ' Prayer
Prs«», Meeting, Tium
m. I ing animal were actually found imbed mended I y standard medical authorities.
In all cares where there is a wasting
have gone to some expense in planting Everybody welcome. L. F. BELKNAP. ded In the substance of one of the away
( f flesh, loss of appetite, with
W. N. Ban-ett of Hillsboro, has
•’screws." This seemed to settle the weak stomach, as In the early stages of
Gales Creek with good trout stock
there can be no doubt that
matter for awhile, until the controversy
announced himself as a candidate for
They have used their influence to
was started again by the discovery of rids the Golden Seal root. Stone root.
the legislature and his petitions were
protect the China pheasants during the
Sunday, April 8 , 10 a. m.— Sunday the osseous remains, under like condi Queen's root and Black Cherry1ark In
QUALITY, PRICES, TREATMENT
circulated a few days ago. He is go closed season and these efforts have School. 11, Morning Worship, Preach- tions, of a small deer. Nobody coual | promoting digestion and building up the
flesh;.ml strength, controlling the cough
ing to tnake an active and vigorous
mg by the pastor on ‘The Christian assert that a deer was ever a burrow- | end 1 ringing about a healthy condition
SAELENS ft C0.f Main S t,
not been directed solely against the
tf the whole system. Of course. It must
campaign— He has not signed state
FOREST M O V E , OREOON
farmers. An effective prevention of ing of the Christian Endeavor Society. be abandoned.
r.ot he expected to work miracles. It will
not cure consumption except in Its earlier
ment No. 1.— and does not intend to.
the merciless slaughter of birds, by Topic, “ Our Pledge and How to Keep
Stages. It will cure very severe, obstin
sil twisters,” as some folks called them,
The News congratulates the party in
chronie coughs, bronchial and laryn
7:30— Lenten Service, subject, | represented the prehistoric borings of ate,
unscrupulous men of both town and it.”
geal troubles, and chronic sore throat
having candidates fearless and cons
hoarseness. In acute coughs It Is
country, such as occurred last season,
gigantic worms that lived In the very
cientious enough to go before the
April 12.— Dr. W . S. Holt of the Pres long ago. Yet others suggested that not so effective. It Is In the lingering
when the pheasants were hardly able
coughs, or those of long standing, even
byterian Home Missionary Board, will they were petrified vines, though It was when accompanied by bleeding from
people for the office of representative,
to use their wings, has been the object be here to address us on “ Chinese difficult to explain how or why the lungs, that It has performed Its most
Iff* stating their positions on the issue of
tnarveluus cures. Send for and read the
of righteous attempts on the part of Work in the United States ”
This "poles” on which the alleged vines little book of extracts, treating of the
Statement No. 1. There are now four
And dealers in all kinds of Hors«
ropertles and uses of the several med-
the Rod and Gun Club. We are not will be an opportunity to hear a very seemed In mnny cases to have been
trained had been so admirably pre cinal roots that enter Into I)r. Pierce’s
candidates who have signed the state
Goods. Repairing Promptly Dont _
in a position to handle the question, as interesting man upon a very interesting served, or. for that matter, originally Golden Medieal Discovery and leurn ichy
Drop in f
this medicine has such a wide range of
ment and three who have not. Those
well as might be, but invitations are
application In the euro of diseases. It Is suor tu t
who have signed are: W. K. Newell,
offered to either side, to air their
theories the problem seemed likely to Buffalo, N. Y. The "Discovery" con
A. B. Flint, M. S. Barnes and Van
I difficulties in these columns. We do
defy solution Indefinitely. The one that ing drug. Ingredients nil printed on each
(Continued From Last W eek.)
DeLashmet; those who have not |
held out longest and gained most ad- ! bottle wraptier in plain English.
think, however, that an open explana
139. Emraer: A Grain for the Semi- herents was that of the extinct gopher», i
Sick people, especially those suffering
signed are: B. F. Purdy,
tion of the positions now taken, would
arid Regions. Pp. 16.
It accounted for the “root” —a shape from diseases of long standing, are Invited
Barrett, and Joe Meek. Thus will the
practical Undertakers and Embalt
consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All
tend to clear up all perplexing condi 140. ” Pineapple Growing. Pp. 48.
less appendage often nearly as big as correspondence is held as i strictly private
ers. Calls answered day or nigh
people have an opportunity of express
tions and lead to a more perfect under 141. Poultry Raising on the Farm. the "twister” Itself and attached to the and sacredly confidential. Address Dir.
lower end of the latter—which obvious R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
ing their views for or against Statement
standing between everyone.
Pierce’s Medical Adviser Is sent free
ly. ns It seemed, had been the nest of on Dr.
receipt of stamps to pay expense of
142. Principles of Nutrition and Nutri the rodent animal, the “corkscrew” rep mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps
BOTH ’ PHONES.
tive Value of Food. Pp. 48. resenting the spiral hole by which It loF paper-covered, or 31 stamps for cloth-
made Its way to the surface of the hound copy.
The more people think about State
143. The Conformation of Beef a n d 1 ground. What could possibly be more
During the Summer Season of 1906
R . IN IX O IN , D e n t i
ment No. 1. and the better they com e
Dairy Cattle. Pp. 44.
easy to comprehend?
reduced round trip excursion rates will
60 Y E A R »
to understand just what it means, the
Professor E. H. Barbour, however,
144. Experiment Station Work— XIX.
E X P E R IE N C E
be in effect from the East to all North
Forest Grove, Oregon j
has declared—and his decision Is ac
more certainly are they going to vote
Pacific Coast Points, such as Portland, 145. Carbon Bisulphide as an Insecti cepted provisionally until somebody
against it. It is asking altogether too
offers a better—that the corkscrews are
Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver,
cide. Pp. 28.
Three doors north of Bailey's store,
much of a candidate for legislature to
of vegetable origin. They are, he as
hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
etc.; also to Spokane and San Francisco, 146. Insecticides
and Fungicides. serts, the foesll remains of ancient
pledge himself to “ Always vote for
that candidate for United States Sena- ^ An* eles and 3“ Diego-
147. Winter Forage Crops for the grew millions of years ago on the bot
D is io n s
tor in Congress who has received the 1 Rates
™ lcs 1Ium
from Chica* ° vla direct ,ines
tom of a vast sheet of water that cov
C o p y r ig h t s â c .
South. Pp. 36.
to the North Pacific Coast and Califor-
d escrip tion may
highest number of the people’ s votes
qu ickly ascertnin o u r op in ion fre e w h eth er ao
been the biggest aquatic plants that
invent Inn in probably
p ro h e b ly o £S
t n ta b U ^ C o n in iu n lc a -
for that position at the general election , nia wiU be * 7S and frora Missouri I
HANDBOOK o n Patenta
Experiment Station Work— XX
•ent free. Oldest a
m cy fo r ««ou rln * patenta.
Real Estate and Corpo- OFFICE
if ft Sanator in Congress, without regard R - e r points, namely: Council Bluffs, H 9 . * --------------
™ w k-
taken thre uirh Munn A Co. receive
that overflowed the region In question
tjwrioJ «of ice, wit boat charge. In tha
dried up the remains of many of the
to my individual preference.”
No 0maha’ Atchison, St. Joseph, Kansas
150. Clearing New Land. Pp. 24.
plants were left behind hurled lu the
Republican wants to bind his Republi- Ci,T’ als0 St’ Paul and Minneapolis, 151. Dairying in the South. Pp. 48. accumulated detritus at the bottom.
Forest Grove, -
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.nrtrest cir
culation <*f any scientific tournai. Terms, $8 a
caaSppresentative to vote for a | rates will be *60. Rates to Spokane
ear ; four mon tbs, ftL Bold by all newsdealers.
152. Scabies in Cattle. Pp. 24.
will be $5 less than to the Coast or
bottom of the ancient lake had been
•iMCratic candidate for U. S. Senator,
153. Orchard Enemies in the Pacific converted Into solid rock—rivers plow
New YçTk J . N . H o f f m a n
e. 89, r S t . W w bloston .
*70 from Chicago and *55 from the
a n d n o democrat would think of doing
Northwest Pp. 39.
ed their way through the land, cutting
ATTORNEY AT LAW
such a thing with his democratic repre Missouri River and St. Paul.
154. The Hom e Fruit Garden: Prepar this way and that and exposing to the
Rates one way via the Shasta Route
ation and care. Pp. 20.
Office in Front Rooms of Abbott)
s e n t a t i v e and if
he did have such
faces of the cliffs the fossil casts of the
Baths. Laundry Agency. Situ
thoughts his democratic member in and California will be *13.50 higher 155. How Insects Affect Health in prehistoric water weeds Just as they
ated on Pacific Ave., Forest Grove.
- - OR
stood when they grew hundreds of
t h e llgislature would most certainly
These tickets will be On sale daily, 156. The Home Vineyard. Pp. 24. thousands and probably millions of
disappoint him. What’ s the use of
H O L L IS T E R ’S
years ago. Tbelf tissues were replaced
signing such a statement when you commencing June 1st and continuing 157. The Propagation of Plants. Pp.24. as they decayed by silica from the wa-
T h a R e a l R m S .
know you would not carry it out if a until September 15, with final return 158. How to Build Small Irrigation ter. particle by particle, and thus, as If
“ He said be would lay the earth at
, * l, ?*1,.l'*?!clrL>,f
Ditches. Pp. 28.
candidate of the opposite party should
* * * " “ M «>* aentlmeotal girl.
A . ¿ Z
have been preserved for the wonder
159. Scab in Sheep. Pp. 48.
A. L. C r a ig ,
"Yee," answered Miss Cayenne. “ It and Kidner trouble*. Mimac». Kc*—.
the “ highest number of the
and admiration of the present surviv
161. Practical Suggestions for Fruit
r nd. good, but It to not practical.
« 2 2 » !
General Passenger Agent.
ors on the earth.
p e o p l e 's votes.”
Growers. Pp. 28.
Such Is the theory now pretty well You already have the earth at your let form, sa cent» a box. uenutne
162. Experiment Station Work— XXL accepted by scientists In regard to the feet. What you want to a three or four
■tory house over your h eed ."—W ash- 1
NUGGETS FOR tALLOW
R ank C. Baker, chairman of the
COUNTY COURT NEWS
origin of the “ fossil corkscrews.” Pos
Republican State Committee,
r e a l estate tran sfers .
164. Rape as a Forage Crop. Pp. 16. slbly it Is not correct, but If otherwise
there Is room for the exercise of any
SEARS & W ATKH
tendered his resignation as such
W k f H e L . . . 9 R ev.
165. Culture of the Silkworm. Pp. 32. body's Imagination In the consideration
Fred J Berger et ux to John H
-------------Proprietor of—— — "
chairman, after rendering the party
BergeT J interest in 10 acres
166. Cheese Making on the Farm. of this veritable romance of the an
I • .T h a le a a d in g
faithful and efficient sen ice tor the
cient history of the world.—New York
in sec t 1 n r 2 w ................ I 1500
air. Mlnlater—That's right. Now tell I Up-to-date Hair-cutting
past three years— During that time he L S Nelson et ux to Lars Nel
Bte why you love her. Bobby — Be
167. Cassava. Pp. 32.
son i lot 53 Cornelius En
cause the Bible saya we must love our
has managed three important cam-
P m m l S« M tt.
168. Pearl Millet
enemies Philadelphia Inquirer.
M a in H t r s s t .
-All of whith have resulted in
169. Experiment Station Work— X X II.
State of Oregon to Margaret
the full power of personal beauty It
sing majorities for the party. The
WfcaR n M 1 . « s b k M M ss.
Atrops n e } sec25 2 s 2 w 2400
must be by cherishing noble thoughts
state campaign of two years ago, F O Scbultheise et ux to Ja?ob
The difference between man and the j
170. Principles of Horse Feeding. and hopes and purposes, by having
something to do and something to live ■o called “ lower animals” to that he
through the able leadership of Mr. | Schairer lot 32 BruggeT Tract
Trains on the Southern Pacf
171. The Control of the Codling Moth. for that to worthy of humanity and alone cooks his food and wears artl
ker. gave the party a handsome and Patrick Skelly to A L Albertsen
which by expending the capacities of ■etai clothes. And these are the two m d depart on the following | '
w J of s e i sec 6 2 s 1 w . .
ying majority and coming as it
theaoul gives expansion and symmetry that Injurs hto baalt h !-S t Louts Globe-
Wm H Adams to P H Parmeley
172. Scale Insects and Mites on to the body which contains It—1’pham. Democrat
M. No. 4 ------
earlier than the elections of other
et al 77.25 acres in sec 22 n
Citrus Trees. Pp. 43.
had a very stimulating effect
3 w and other lands..............
A M aim s f Acttsa.
173. Primer of Forestry. Pp. 48.
tend; it may fret and fling and make a No. 3 . . .6:59 A. M. o. 1 -------- 4)1
| their campaigns and the fall elec- Anna Mackie Robb to Wm
Hick»—There Isn’t a man In town frightful bother, but it cannot hurt
174. Broom Corn. Pp. 32.
N. L. ATKINI]
who ran keep the conversational ball
of our own gave the party the
acres in B Cornelius Jr d 1 c 1200 175. Home Manufacture and Use of rolling like our friend Qayrakc. Wlcka you. Tou have only to keep still and It
st majority ever registered in this
U.n.ferroented Grape Juice. Pp. — Nonsense: He never eays anything will die s i Itself.- Crabbe.
Emma J Patton et al to L S
•■te. That he is a “ long beaded”
Nelson e A of lot 53 Cornelius
worth listening to. Hick» No. but he
dhiitician and a thorough organizer,
does a. lot of things worth talking
440 176. Cranberry Culture. Pp- 20.
P a i d u p C a p i t a l « M ,i
and an enthusiastic worker is conceded C R Adams to John F Adams
177. Squab Raising. Pp. 32.
not only by his own fellow workers,
178. Insects Injurious to Cranberry
Ue who feels contempt for any ltv-
Eleanor Zurawalt et al to S M
by the leaden of the opposition as
Culture. Pp. 32
National City Bank, New Yorll
Inr thing hath faculties that he hath
Holland et al lot 3 block 2
never need, and thought with him fa la
Wellt F u g o it Co’ s Bank, '
L He gives up this work on
179. Horseshoeing. Pp. 31.
Tucker’ s and Stewart’ Add
Well» Fargo Nevada Nat*
ecount of business matters making
325 181. Pruning. Pp. 39.
[such heavy demands upon his time Margaret Atrops to John Raster
182. Poultry as Food Pp. 40.
United Sutei National Bank
Subscribe for The Newt. *1 yesr. I lack.
40 acres in sec 25 2 s 2 w . . 1200
1 that it is not poroible to give it the
Dr, Hines’ Drug Store
W . F. S G H U L T Z
F R E S H M E A T S O F A L L K IN D S
Vegetables o f aft Kinds in S eason
A V aluable Agent. £. W .
MARTIN & CO.j
IN E S I
W . H. HOLLIS.
City Barber Shop . .
. . A. I. Wirtz, Proprietor
Rocky Mountain Too N il.
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