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Storiai Page-Washington Co. News.
A. E . N O U R SE i M anager
Rasmusen closed the
debate with the
tide turned in favor of Pacific.
Before the con test M iss L ieser gave
h(Kied Every Thursday by the Washing-
L Co#nly Publishing Co. Incorporated
at Forest Grove. Oregon
Y e a r in Advance.
I t is beautiful to note the acceleration a s^»riful rendition
a m inuet
coast Paderewski and while awaiting d ecision
responded to the call of suffering and oi
j udges> M r- M arkel sang
distressed humanity. Truly the spirit baritone sol° -
of charity must abound for it has
^ * e Pres'd in g officer for the
ev en -
responded without stint to the relief o f ' ' n® was ^udge W . H . H ollis of Forest
m en, women and children, suddenly Grove. T h e judges were: State Sena
deprived of their homes and food and tor E . W . Rands and Mayor Easthara
L e d at the post-office at F o re st
clothing. T hat a humanity loving of Vancouver, Wash , and Ju d ge W .
firove, Oregon, as second class
people should manifest such a sponta D. Fen ton of Portland.
neous disposition to lend assistance to
AT THE CHU RCH ES
their California brothers and sisters is
¿.„s all communications^ to W ash
evidence that the world is not cold
ington County P ub. C o .,
and selfish and hard when the struggle
Forest Grove, O re.
is unequal. T here is a beauty of the
M. E. Church
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m.
and 7 :3 0 p. m ., Sunday school at 10
spirit developed by such events which
i t , NEWs fails to reach its su b sen b -
a. m ., Epworth League 6 :3 0 p. m .,
11 'i s ^ e , we request that im m ed i- com pensate us for many of the ugly
Prayer M eeting, Thursday 7 :3 0 p. m.
t »ttention may be called to the sam e. manifestations of human nature. We
b Hill i
Everybody welcom e. L . F . BELKNAP.
are not mere money makers, after all.
"i cl«, J
1 9 0 6 . W e are men and women with hearts
German Lutheran Church
ÎURSDAY. A P R IL 2 6 ,
in our bosoms that misfortune and
Services of the German Lutheran
suffering can touch to the uttermost.
1 B»d Pul
Church will be held at the Christian
Portland holds the strategic position
'* h u k l
T h e re is no stint to what we will do to
Science Hall on Fifth street, at 2 :3 0
alleviate that misfortune or releive that
efforts put forth by her
p. m ., on the 2nd and 4th Sundays in
suffering. T h ese catastrophies teach
I be Sonta
every month. R ev . H . C. E berling
truly meritorious and has
»a and ti
us a lesson that is wholesome, a lesson
will occupy the pulpit.
unted toj liven the San Francisco C hronicle ira-
we possibly need every now and then.
, (or very kind consideration to
r i Portland and singled that c ity out
P. U. v* U. of W.
, especial commendation.
Sunday, April 2 9 , 10 a. m.
T h e Second Annual Debate between ^c ^100* U , Morning Worship, Preach-
j A severe tax has b e e n put upon the
University of Washington and ing by the pastor; su b ject, “ T h e B eat
Lrtland’s business men ever sin ce the Pacific University is over and the itude of Spiritual H ealth ;” 6 :3 0 , Y. P.
T H E SU D A N
N A T IV E S .
r » f f O n ce T h o a g h l W h ile M en In B n
S n b n a m rtm e M e n a t e r a .
There 1 1 a passage In one of the an-
rieut Arab histories to the effect th at
‘the white people come from the other
B E S T on the Market, at Lowest Prices, Q U A L IT Y
side of the sea.” This statement hat
become so distorted among certain
trllws of natives of the Sudan that
Prescriptions filled a ccu ra te ly
they believe that the white men come
with fre s h Drugs
from the bottom of the sea. A wily |
Arab leader In this d istrict once in
Your money back if goods are not as represented
formed bis followers that they bad
nothing to fear from the white men,
as they could not live away from tha
water. The fact that a high official
took his hath dally was further con
sidered confirmatory evidence of the
submarine origin of the white man.
The Arabs, in order to retain their In- .
fluenoe over the natives, spread broad
cast the report that the white men
were cannibals. The fact that they did 1
Successor to JOHNSON k JOHNSON
not eat black men was explained as
due to their devilish cunning. They j
D ealer in
wanted to make themselves strong in
the country liefore beginning their hor
rid practices, but as they could not al
together do without this kind of food
H aras, Bacon and other Salt M eats always on hand
they brought human flesh with them in
cans. In west Africa a French expedi
tion had the unfortunate experience of
finding n portion of a human finger-
Everything fresh in the G rocery L in e to b e found here
cut off, no doubt, by some accident—in
Free Delivery to all parts of the City.
B o th Phones
a can of meat. Here was fresh and
conclusive confirmation of the story,
F o re st G rove
in which the people had almost ceased
to believe, and it was only nfter a con
siderable lapse of time that the idea
For S a le
was at length eradicated.— Chicago
H olstein Bull, 4 years old. Ad
Dr. Hines’ Drug S to re
SG H U LTZ
F R E S H M E A T S OF A L L K IN D S
V e g e tab le s o f a l l K in d s in S e a s o n
£ . W . Haines Bank H
Q U EER
M A R R IA G E C U S T O M .
M a la y B r id e H a , to H a v e
T e e t h K lle d A w a y .
dress, B . B . G o f f , H illsid e, phone 1 5 1 .
Forest Grove, Oregon
A general banking business transacted .
In terest paid on tim e deposits.
What Is a sign of age in others Is.
A ccounts invited.
P O IN T E D
PA RA G RA PH S.
Some of the national marriage cus
toms of other countries are distinctly of course, a sign of sense In you.
Some people think they have done
soured ij ¿tempt was launched to m ake the decision of the judges stands two to S. C. E .; To p ic, “ H om e Missions quaint and interesting and to us appear
curious enough. Our conventional white their duty if they express a willingness
Ltwis and Clark Exposition the su ccess one in favor of Pacific University, who
satin and orange blossoms are certainly to do It.
gome people In time grow almost fa
at it was. Every tim e they have supported the affirmative. T h e race Service; * special m eeting for young traditional, but otherwise we indulge In
Thurston, no real madness apart from the throw- mous for hearing of things that never
¡sen to the emergency and every tim e j problem of the South, a vital issue people— Mrs.
T h is is the before the American people today, was 1 raveling Secretary of the ¡student Vol-
* n lllstnnce of a 0Ur|Ous ra„rriage
Tlie average man will stand without
Ipirit that will make Portland, and us the question discussed and was em- unteers> w‘" address the m eeting, custom is that of lower Ceylon, where hitching a great deal better than if he
s * en, who are so closely allied to her bodied in the words. “ Resolved, That Thursday evening, May 3 , Service in
There is one thing sure—in a home
QUALITY, PRICES, TREATMENT
the Fifteenth Am endm ent should be ^ r -r a tio n for the Communion.
,levus as a solemn offering.
where there la always enough cooked
for company they always have it.
SAELENS t CO., Main St.,
more expressive than our simple wed-
How severe a young man Is with the
Of course a new San F ran cisco will
An attentive audience followed the
FOREST QROVE, ORISON
love affairs of a widower, and how se
T h e 4 year old son of M r. and 'l " 1* r,n* 1ta
• built upon the site of th e old. debate closely which was opened on the
rlajfe. while In Burma the piercing of vere an elderly man la with the love
let in tho|
Ily of course, the new will in affirmative by Mr. J . W . Peters of MrS' George Limmerman of near the ears is the prelude to m atrim onial affairs of n young fellow!
j . u ..
Kansas City, died at the Sloan H otel, considerations.
The jealousy of the children when
many respects be an im provem ent Pacific. M r. Peters appeared to better
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_u ;lJ i__ i I In Malay, however, the poor bride
T h e child had |
mother cuts the pie Isn’t anything com
experiences a bad quarter of an hour
pon the old. The first practical illus- advantage than in the Whitman debate
been suffering from an attack of peri- before her marriage, ir p u e b as she pared with that they feel in later years
which i l Intion of this last fact is seen in the and made a straight-forward argument for
when father divides i t — Atchison
’ d o w n almoft
i tonitis and also showed symptons of ha« to have her teeth ftl
iot ■ *tr|
R IN E
tmoval of Chinatown from the busi his side. H e maintained that the
ia m l
He died shortly after ^ p j^ u g jy painful a« well a« dfnflgurlnf.
in all kinds of H orse
being brought to the Sloan H otel, In spite of this pain, however, she II / 1A D E F R O n N A T I V E R O O T S .
ally de I li'tance of several miles from th e old political measure; that it was forced on
Goods. R epairing Prom ptly D one
expected to participate In the wedding
S A F E AND R E L IA B L E .
from his home in the country.
P rices R easo n able.
■. This is a com pensation that will the South as the price of re-admission
dance and festivities generali'y.—Loti
That the roots of many native planta, SH0F m i
growing wild in our American forests,
duly acknowledged and ap p reci- to the U nion; and that the Fourteenth
FOREST 6R0VE, ORE
: worn I
. . Lilly
Clarence H H
died at at his home
possess remarkable uroporties for the cure M U M 'S CORNER
. n.cr cit|
tted, though the price paid for it was Am endm ent
would have given the ¡n Gales City )ast Monday, April 23,
K u r if , a n d th e C le rg y .
the untutored Indian hail learned the
A prominent I-ondon clergyman, in curative value of some of these and
negro all his rights in due tim e.
1906. H e was ju st 21 years of age
fee mi I lather exorbitant.— O regonian.
referring to the fact that the tendency taught the early settlers their use*. The
Mr. Harlow Trum bull, who was the an(j was engaged in running his moth-
to encourage the visitation by the cler Indian never liked work so he wanted his
of oren I
P ractical U ndertakers and E m balm -
All state, National and political lines first speaker for Washington, appeared er’s farm 0 n Gales Creek. H e
was gy of the sick In acute ruses is less than squaw to get well as soon as possible that
she might do the work and let him hunt.
ers. Calls answered day or n igh t.
it wn*. remarked that “this is probably Therefore, he dug "papoose root ” for bag,
fri m 11
one of the results of the more careful for that was their great remedy for fe
i d e to the call for aid for San Fran- forceful argum ent. H e held that the ' iife largely on Gales Creek. H e was system of modern nursing, which lays male weaknesses.
Dr. Fierce uses the
d loot 11 :isco. The Canadian H ou se of Corn repeal of the Fifteenth Amendment attacked by erysipelas last Friday and stress on the Importance of keeping the same root—called lilue Cohosh—in his
"Favorite Prescription.” skillfully com
B O TH ’ PHONES.
Fo rest G rove. O re. !
ions by a unanimous vote appropri- would involve the disfranchisement of died Monday. T o mourn his loss, be- sickroom quiet. The old Idea was that bined with other agents that make it
the friends of the sick person should more effective than any other medicine in
ed $100,000 for the relief of th e peo the negro and that this is unjust; that sides his mother, are five.brothers and lie allowed to crowd Into the room. ce.ring all the various weaknesses and
painful derangements peculiar to women. R . IN IX O IN , D e n t i s t i'!
Now the nurse shuts them out. with
ple of the stricken city . T h e sen ti the spirit of the Amendment is good two sisters.
Many afflicted women have been saved
good results In the main. The nurse from the operating table and the sur-
ment which prompted the
liberal therefore should be left on the statute
eon's knife by the timely use of Doctor
has. therefore, become an exceedingly
To 0 ur Subscribers
appropriation was well expressed by books; repeal will be unjust to the
powerful force in regulating the ar ness over tho lower pelvic region, with
In casting about for means to meet rangements of the modern household backache, spells of dizziness, faintness.
jMr. Borden, one of the opposition educated negro.
when there Is Illness in the home, and
O FFIC E: Three door* north of Bailey’s store, Office á j I
M r. C. K . Fletch er was the second our obligations we noticed a good
leaders, who for once supported a pro
unheeded. A course of "Favorite Pre
hours tro tr 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
It often practically rests with her, more go
scription" will work marvelous benefit
ject put forward by the governm ent speaker for Pacific. Mr. Fletch er pre- many of our subscibers were in arrears than with the doctor, to determine In all such cases, and generally effect a
permanent rure If persisted In for a rea
ction. Mr. Borden said: “ I wish sented a strong constructive argument on their subscriptions. T h e subscrip- whether the patient shall be visited by sonable
length of time. The "Favorite
the parish priest.”
Prescription " is a harmless agent, being
erely to add that in the p re se n ce of and called forth applause from his tion price for T h e News is but $ 1 .0 0
wholly | repared from native medlrlnal
roots, without a drop of alcohol In its
C a rlo « » C h i n ... P l a r l « « (a r d a .
Jn appalling disaster such as th is, and audience by frequent sallies of wit. per year in advance. This is a small
A pack of Chinese playing cards is a make up, whereas all other medicines,
|for the purpose of rend ering aid on H e showed the evils of the enforce- sum for each subscriber but in the
put up for sale through druggists for
genuine curiosity. They are generally woman's peculiar aliments, contain large R eal E state and Corpo- OFFICE o v s r l
Now printed in black on thin cardboard, tbe quantities
such occasions as this, th e two nations m ent of the Amendment from 1870 to aggregate it means much to us.
of spirituous liquors, which ratio n _^ w _a<S £ecialtjr. Hines’ Stör«.
1875 to the negro, and to the South, we are going to ask each one of our average width nnd breadth being about are very harmful, especially to delicate
ate one.” — Oregonian.
Qf ¡ts nullification since 1875. subscribers, who are in arrears, to pay that of the finger of a human being. In tains neither alcohol nor harmful liahit- Forest Grove,
some cases they are only half an Inch forming drugs. All its Ingredients arc
One of the great catastrophes of all M r. F letch er made one of the best up thereby helping us to m eet our broad and nliout three and a half inch printed on each bottle wrapper. It is a ----------------------------------------------------------------------- _
powerful Invigorating tonic, Imparting
»Res has visited the Pacific Coast and speeches of the evening and drove obligations for which we thank you in es in length. The length, no odds what health Slid strength in particular to the
the size. Is always at least six times organs distinctly feminine. For weak
California cities around San F ra n cisco every point home.
The date to which your
that of the width. Kume of the packs and slrkly womer, who are "worn-out,”
ATTORNEY AT LAW
have suffered irreparable loss.
Mr. Clarence Martin was the next subscription is paid follows the name have queer representations ef our or dohilitated, rs|H>rlully for women who
work in store, ofj.cc, or school-room, w bo
The destruction of Santa Clara or San speaker
Washington, l i e argued on the address. Out of town subsen- "kings,” “queens" and “knaves'’ stamp sit at the typ, writer or sewing machine, O ffice in Fro n t R oom s of A bbo tt B u ild
____ fot Washington.
ed upon them In black. Others are dec or hear heavy household burdens, and for
in g, U pstairs.
I lose alone would be sufficient to startle . that the trouble was with the people, bers may remit by mail for which a orated with the figures of animals, Barring mothers. Dr. Pierce's Favorite
- - O REGON »
the world, „ c it e the sym pathy of civ who try to secure pure government receipt will be immediately returned. birds and fishes. Those used by mau- Pn at ription »■ iil prove a price leas baaolit F O R E S T G R O V E ,
because of its health • restoring and
darlns and high officials hear only fig strength-giving power.
I illation and open the purses of a gen - without free government; that color
L oca| |nstitute
ures of mythological creatures.
For constipation, the true, scientific
I ctus and sympathetic p u b lic,
b u t does not debar from fitness to vote; that
cure I Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
I « * » in k , «
d o * ™ d 0 , h „ , he
« » Id
T h . T « u W L ~ 1 Institute hold
H e H ad B een T h e re .
» Buiy Medidna h r Busy P » (H a T
The clergyman was holding a chll- ;
I « . « , not to s p , , * ol ,h e :
« * » -
“ .S ‘ “ rtw„ “ l
dren’s service at a continental resort.
6 0 YEAR«
A n p ecinc to r fo n m lp n tlo n . In d leen llo n . U r
» u s e d by , h , e a ith - L , „ , i „ „ ,he. p a . « only p . * » l
“W ” “ » “ ,h * ,
During the lesson he had occasion to
E X P E R IE N C E
»nd K id n e y trou b le«, P lm p le a , E cz em a , Impui
Mlood. Had ttre a th . Hlugirlnh Bow el». H ea d a ch e* J 1 » .
p u l t to the “ Bay C ity” and th e “ in- i . ......................................
Me. M a tin cotnp.ny ol te ,c h e rt . h o « th e e e d catechise his bearers on the parable
to its people. Mr.
and Hock nr he. It» lto c k y M o u n tain T e a In ta b -| 1 • a
of tbe unjust steward. "W hat Is a
le t form . 36 r e n t* a box.
G en u in e m ad e t . i T l j I V
I ll « ' d’ e i « » e d " » " m » c ¿ ! ¡ ¡ S ^ ‘ " s ^ i e n c e ¡« d e b » « * i ? »
- F - “ « *
« — »• S w
H o i . i . i s t s h D hito C o m c a s t . M adlnon. W la .
steward?" he asked. A little boy, who
GOLOEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOP^
bad arrived from England a few days
Iwealth and - - beautv and utility and excellent argument and ease on the 'C ase aims
somewhat helpful to the teachers of the country
held up his band. "H e is the
50 many lives, business platform, although he was
of that none can afford to miss the man. sir,” he replied, with a reminis
I R A D E m A FIP
I k k i. pavements, water m ains, sew- handicapped by a serious illness
S E A R S & W A T K IN S
D e s ig n s
Institutes cent look on bis face, "who brings you
7 ._____ , h(. debate opportunity of attenoing.
C o p y r ig h t s R e .
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l tn' e*s plants, electric light, telegraph several weeks previous to
ye#r have been we)1 atter.ded a basin.”—I-ondon Globe.
ice no I
MARTIN & CO.
s s .
V2s^ R o e & Buxton
W . H. HOLLIS.
J . N. Hoffman
M r. W . B . Rasmusen next too*
H telephone wires and all kinds of
I machinery in place.
It is an h e rc u - the platform and was greeted with a
o( applause. H e traced the
task set before San F ran cisco to ____
of the Amendment from 1875
rt'beautify and reinstate her
removal of the debris to 1 9 0 6 , graphically showing t e
H e maintained
m t*'e *tTeets is a work for many aud political evils.
be a positive
and teams for m onths.
B ut the
South and to
people of Ca i omia and the “ Bay C ity ”
gcxxi to the negro,
to the occasion and the the Nation. Mr.
l ^ ' 1 »iH be cleared of ru bbish, j at his best and did much to ureng
». >* I W ed 1 *nd
damaged walls will b e re- P acific’s case.
Victor Zednick closed the argu-
work of rebu ilding
^tnced at once. I t m ust, how- m ent for Washington
r « - r n the Very natnr»
. .„ « | would be destructive to
^ natDre o* th in g s, b e that a repeal woum
I > I I I ” M o re the S bd Fran ciaco of th e negro, to the South, and
'■ JU T Wil1 SUrpass the
Cacooi D»e oast
M(j women 0f acknowledged ability,
j who them selves are practical educators
of ^ s t a t e .
Saturday were as follows: S. C. Sher-
Mooberry> B . W . Bam es,
Anna Chalmers, Ethel Norman, Lucy
H um phreys, N ettie W hite,
W ilcox. Tennessee W eatherred, Mrs.
M. M. Pittenger, Grace Reverman,
M erle Shannahan, Viola Fields, Flora
A. Sm ith, Edwin A llen, Susie Jackson
K ltc j a c kson, Lora M. Foster, Frank
Fletcher. Ernest W ebb, E lsie Hofl-
E)iM bfth Du„ „ , Selm a Nelaon. Dell
y oun|fi Lee Byers, M n . M yrtle Brad
ford, Mamie E. Ayres, Em ily Young.
R achel W escott, Lawrence Dixon. J.
W. Lorett. Maisie O ’ Donnell, Sophia
V dw Ü l I dÌSaSter which b“ befallen « « One
« « • of the most interesting features g<rtnv)n ¿ the) W right. Jen n ie Beam-
!^che<j0f- th* GoWen G * * City, o, t h j deb,t e lo llo w ed -tlie
hearts and loosened
“ nngs of the civilized world.
Cordiality Is the least expensive and
farthest going of all commodities, and
Its practitioner* represent our be»t suc
cesses. It Is the key which unlocks the
•octal and business doors, bringing men
closer together, helping them to better
work together, lightening their bur
dens and changing the twilight of trou
ble Into the sunlight of happiness.—
"Gumption," by N. C. Fowler, Jr .
T . Da n»»a.
It Is sn eternal and Inevitable condi
tion that to do good we must be good.
«Tien any one Is a truly good man,
then even If be takes no part whatever
staner. -- ---------------------holy w ars sgM nat tbe sin of tbe
01ift Peterson, Laura Thom as, Ethel world hl, r o w
Sm jth M l(jde E Sfnithi H elen Hall.
F ran - nation at Urge.
Mr. Zedn.ck was
Washington - s strong man and made
,h» evening for the
the best speech of the even
rebuttal speeches of Mr. Zednick a n d ,T u ck e r.
Fitch, Lena Johnson, Mrs
Anton» »«nillnf » >k»«rh »nil description may
qnlrkljr iMK’«rtitin owr oiHnlon ir«« wh«th«r an
ra H la llty ,
* * ’* Life.
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THE NEWS FIRST NATIONAL
Kthel I suppose I shall b a rs to wear
this veil It’s tbe only ooe I bava. It's
a , thick one can hardly see my faca
*tir lugb H. Edith Ob, wear It, by all
— G oldenrod Flour now 1 1 .0 5
Everybody says you never
had on anything half so becoming
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