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A . i3 - N O U R S E , M a n u g e r
AT THE CHURCHES
BABES IN T H E W O O D .
S e v e n te e n th C e n tu ry In c id e n t
t h e S ta te o f M a in e .
, 1906. 1 In 1670 James Adams o f York be
came affr.iuted with one o f his neigh
School and Church Opportunities,” 10 a. m ., S nday School; 7 p. m ., bors, Henry Simpson, and determined
the other on
The Hom e Department
to avenge himself upon two o f Simp-
sou's children, whose ages were six
W ork,” by Mrs. H. W . Boyd. Both
un.l nine years. lu a solitary place
were followed with discussions.
four or Uve miles from the dwelling
There will be preaching services in
Those who stayed for the evening
houses o f Jie inhabitants lie built of
the Free Methodist church Sunday at logs beside a ledge o f perpendicular
session, enjoyed a splendid address by
11 a. m ., also 8 p. m ., by R ev. H . K. rocks a pen or pound several feet high,
Rev, C. L. Hamilton on “ The Sunday' “ 3- m -’ *‘S° 8
| with walls Inclined Inward from bot-
School Worker as a 3oul Winner.”
j tom to top. A fter he had built this he
j decoyed the childreu into the woods
German Lutheran Church
! under a preteuse o f searching for birds’
adopted by the Convention:
German Lutheran services will be uests and caused them to enter within
Resolved 1. That
! the pound, where he left them confined
held Sunday at 2:30 p. m .t at the
j to perish. The place has since been
thanks are due the members and friends
usual place by the Rev. L. Stuebe of | called the Devil's Invention.
of the two churches whose guests we
The children were soou missed, and
Blooming. A cordial invitation to all
are today, for their most cordial wel
the alarmed inhabitants searched for
who wish to com e and hear.
them more than forty-eight hours. The
com e and hearty hospitality, and for
boys, when aware of their wretched
the bountiful provision for our physical
M. E. Church
situation, made various attempts to
welfare in a feast unsurpassed in the
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. get out, and at length, by digging away
history of Sunday School Conventions. and 8:00 p. m ., Sunday school at 10 with their bauds the surface o f the
earth uuderneath one of the bottom
Resolved 2. That we hereby ex a. m., Epworth League 7:0 0 p. m.,
logs, effected their escape. They wan
press our thanks to the executive com Prayer M eeting, Thursday 8:00 p. m. dered In ti c woods three days, being
mittee, for the excellent program Everybody welcom e. L. F. BELKNAP. ul last attracted to the seashore by the
noise o f tife surf, where they were
which they prepared, embarrassed as
they were by the loss of two of our
The depraved criminal was con
most efficient officers and workers in
Mrs. E. M. Kern, who came to Ore demned to b.'ve thirty stripes well laid
ou, to puy t ie father o f the childreu
gon in 1874 from Washington, D. C., £5, the trer.a jrer £10. besides fees and
3. That we recommend, that in died last Friday morning at the home charges o f the prison, and remain a
the future the reports of different of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Bennett, close prisoner during Hie court’s pleas
ure or till further order. The same
school? be sent to the secretary several near Thatcher. Deceased was 68 years month he rccogulzed I-of ore two o f (he
days before the Annual Convention, of age. She was born in Philadelphia, j Judges, “ conditioned to send him, with
in order that as full a tabulated report in January, 1838, and was married at lu twenty-one days, out of the Jurisdlc
as possible may be made to the con Hamburg, Pa., in 1859 to Daniel S.
Services for Sunday, May
hMisbid Every T h u rr'if by the Washing-
w county Publishing Co. Incorporated
at Forest Gro*e, Oregon
Year in Advance.
. d at the post-office at Forest
in' Grove, Oregon, as secon d class
Address all com m unications to Wash-
ington County Pub. C o.,
Forest G rove, Ore.
« the NEWS fails to reach its subscrib-
'fVor is late, we request that im m edi-
j.e attention may be called to the same.
W O R L D 'S
JU N E
L A R O B 8 T
V E S S E L
tania, was launched at Glasgow,
The world’ s largest liner,
It is 800 feet, over one-seventh
„I t mile long.
cross the Atlantic in three and one-half
She has 8 0 .0 0 0
and will be safeguarded in every possi
ble way against accidents.
vention, and that as soon as possible Kern, who has been dead nearly six
Let's not have any more kicks com after the Convention the complete years. She leaves one son, C. A.
ing from the farmers that we are gov- report be sent to the county papers.
Kern, a resident of Sunnyside, beside
eraed by politicians and professional
4. That, we recommend that the the daughter, Mrs. Bennett, with whom
men and that they are disregarded, Sunday Schools in Wash. Co. be urged she resided at the time of her death.
One of the best m tn O regon can pro to make a greater effort than ever to
T h e i r C lf t ln iN W e r e E M l u h l l s t i r d
In th e M id d le A w e «.
iri DRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!!
C A M E R A SU P P L IE S
ARSENATE OF LEAD
S H E E P A N D G O A T DIP
G U AR AN TEED RAZORS
PUREST DRU G S
Dr. Hines' Drug S tore
W . F. S Q H U L T Z
to JOHNSON k
F R E S H M E A T S O F A L L K IN D
Hams, Bacon and other Salt Meats always on hand
Vegetables o f all K inds in S ea so
Everything fresh in the Grocery Line to be found here
Free Delivery to all parts of the City.
O re g o i
F o re s t G ro ve
To Our Subscribers
In casting about for means to meet
our obligations we n oticed a
E vening Telegram and The N e w s A
One Year, 8 5 .0 0 ; Six Months, 1 2 .5 0 I
T h e News and Sem i-weekly Journal*
many of our subscibers were in arrea-s j for
on thetr subscriptions.
su b s e n p -.
tion price for T h e News is but $ 1 .0 0
per year in advance.
This is a small j
for each subscriber but in
be ha< |
£ . W . Haines Bank)
Forest Grove, Oregon
aggregate it means m uch to us.
A curious meeting was held in Lyons we are going to ask each one of our A general banking business trans
on Jan. 4, 1689. The royal commis
Interest paid on tim e deposit«.
sioners solemnly sal In council to de subscribers, who are in arrears, to pay
cide the question If lawyers and doc up thereby helping us to m eet o u r !
tors could lie regarded ns gentlemen. obligations for which we thank you in I
duce, against whom nothing can be increase the attendance of all classes,
It proved too hard a problem for the
said, who has done m ore for the far both old and young, upon the weekly
W e, the undersigned, wish to ex
The date to which your
wise heads, and the doctors and law advance.
mers than any man in the state, and a sessions of the Sunday School— empha press our deepest gratitude to our yers themselves were summoned to subscription is paid follows the name
farmer himself, has been turned down sizing the mission of the S. S. as a friends and neighbors who were so prove their right to gentility. The mat on the address. Out of town subscri-
ter was settled to the satisfaction of bers may remit by mail for which a i
for governor for an oily politician— and Bible training department to the church kind and helPful durin« the recent the professional parties.
receipt will be immediately returned.
turned down by the farmers them- for the old and middle-aged no less long illness of our departed parent,
In the middle ages of England her
alds went through the counties to ex
selves.— Newberg Graphic.
than for the children.
amine Into the claims o f landholders
DO YOU K N O W
M R . and M RS. F. A . BENNETT.
QUALITY, PRICES, TREATMENT
to be called gentlemen. There is in ex That Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription is
V I C T O R I O U S UN D E F E A T
the only medicine sold through druggists
H . L. B a t e s ,
for woman’s weaknesses and peculiar ali
Death of William Leach.
SAELENS ft CO., Main St.,
qualified, and one rends today the ments that does not contain large quanti
James W ithycom be of Corvallis is
W m . R obb ,
FOREST 6R0VE, 0REQ0N
ties of aicohol? It is also the only medicine,
entitled to congratulations for the way
R o b t . T a n n o ck .
who failed to establish the title and especially preparod for the cure of tho
Grand Army Veteran, who died early was writ among the ignoble. Charles delicate diseases peculiar to women, tho
in which lie accepts his defeat.
The following officers were elected
maker of which is not afraid to take his
Into his full
HE IS TO BE CONGRATULATED ON for the com ing year: President, Rev. Monday morning, was held in Forest Anscote, a representative o f one o f the patients
upon each bottle wrapper ull the (ngri
HAVING CONDUCTED AN ABSOLUTE Robinson; 1st. V ice, Mrs. Paget; 2nd.,
titled to be styled a gentleman, al dlcnts entering Into the medicine, Ask
jou r druggist If this is not true.
though worth not more than £500.”
LY CLEAN CAMPAIGN.
Favorite Proscription,” too, is tho only
L, L. Hollinger; 3rd., A. B. Garrigus;
M A N U FA CTU R ER S OF
Brooke, an old writer, has given the medicine for women, all the ingredient
While severely arraigning som e of 4th, W m . Phillips; 5th, R. H . Greer; Cemetery under the auspices of J. B.
of which have the unqualified cndi r: < H
R IN E S
the policies of his D em ocratic op p o 6th, Arthur Frewing; 7th, Rev. G. Mathews Post, No. 6. G. A. R. of this | a gentleman, and his definition has ment of the leading medical writers of t
A nd dealers in all kinds of H o n e I
place. Mr. Leach was a member of j never t»een excelled:
ing them for the cure of the d isco» s f
G oods. Repairing Promptly D one -
nents, which were open to criticism , he Sohn; Corr. Sec’ y and Treas., Mrs. H.
I. Forty-eighth Missouri j “ Tlie character, or, rather, quality, of which the "Prescription” is advised
always spoke in the most com plim ent Russell; R ec. Sec’ y, Harriet Scholfield.
a gentleman does not In any degree de
ary terms of Governor Chamberlain.
FOREST 6R0VE, 0
pend on fashion or mode or state or ous extracts from standard medical at: NAYLOR'S CORNER
The hospitality of
Deceased was bom in Lincoln | opinion; neither does It change with thorltlns praising the several ingredient
As a campaigner he was energetic people has never been surpassed at
which l)r. Plerco’s medicines are made,
County, Kentucky, July 12, 1830 and customs, climates or ages. But, as the of
and don't forget that no other UMdlcini
and tireless and LOYAL TO THE PAR- any previous Convention. Teams were
R . IN IX O IN , D e n t l s |
up for sale through druggists for do-
had com e to Oregon 30 years ago,
is that quality o f heart which Is the ine-tic use can show any such yro/ettUtim!
TY WHICH HE REPRESENTED to the sent to Beaverton to meet those going
Forest Grove, Oregon
vicinity of Forest Grove same yesterday, toduy and forever.”
endorsement. This, of itself, is of far
best of his ability.
I on the trains, and at noon teams were ! 1VlnK m 1 6
more weight and importance than any
all that time.
amount of so-called "testimonials” fo
Another thing to Dr. W ith y com be’ s ; at the c hurch door to com ey those
H o u s e s I n C e y lo n .
conspicuously flaunted liefore the public, OFFICE: Three door* north o f Bailey’s store,
H e is survived by the following
in favor of the alcoholic compounds.
great credit is the fact that he did not who did not prefer to walk the half
hours froir 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
The "Favorite Prescription ” cures all
California; finish walls and roof with a paste of
stoop to the dem agogic trickery of ar mile to the old church, where the
woman’s peculiar weaknesses and de-
James Leach, Wapapto, Oregon; Henry slaked lime, gluten and alum, which ALnucmcnf
I t o i l the
' periodimi . . .
T T /Y t T TO
raying the farmer against the lawyer.
M l 11 I I \
it j . .
bountifu1 dinner was served. S p ecial,
Edward Leach, Tillam ook; Allen glazes and to so durable that specimens be Rattaches, backaches. toariug-down dis- , VA/
mess and draglng-down
I tv L is lJ »
He did not seek to antagonize class menti0n should be made of the music
Leach, Seaside; Mrs. Moses Johnson, In Sumatra the native women braid a sutions in lower abdomen, accompanied
by weakening and disagreeable catarrhal,
»gainst class. H e never threw down furnjshed by the Bethany young people,
Dewey; Mrs. Kate Hannan,
North coarse cloth o f palm leaves for the pelvic drains and kindred symptoms.
Dr. Pierce and his stuff of skilled spe
the cause of higher education by slam- especially the German chorus which
ElTen' W ^ s e s T Seaside; edge and top o f the roof. Mnny o f the
may be consulted free by address Real Estate and Corpo- OFFICE O’l
old Buddhist temples In India and Cey- . cialists
“ “ “ the normal schools or the state received such a hearty encore.
| M r „
wilkes> Dilley; Miss Vida
km had roofs made out o f cut stone j treated as sacredly confidential. Hy con- ration^I^w^a^Sgecialty.
The Eighteenth Annual Convention ^
Forest Grove and a married blocks, hewed timber and split bamboo j suiting in this way the disagreeable
Throughout his whole campaign he will be held in Hillsboro in 1907.
imles. Uneven planks cut from the ^ l ^ a v o k l T and p<!rsonul''<,“ mlnatlon* ” Forest Grove,
daughter in Missouri.
old and dead palm trees, seldom from
Tho People’s Common Sense Medical
conducted himself as a gentlem an, as
living young trees—are much used In Adviser contains some very Interesting
» loyal American citizen, and as a
’ Result of Vote for Goddess
the Celeberi and llilllpplnes.
Shark and valuable chapters on the diseases City Berber Shop . .
peculiar to women. It contains over one
in thousand pages. It is sent |K>tt paid, on j
broad minded, pu blic spirited educator,
HEADQUARTERS. James B. Mat
The following is the result of the vote
Laundry A g en cy . Siti
in the larger meaning of that term.
hews Post, No. 6, Department of
pay cost of mailing only, or 21 cents for
ated on Pacific A v e ., Forest G i o v i
to date for Goddess of Liberty for the
a copy In flexible paper covers, or 31 cents
The Republican party and the peo
H o s tlln g th e C le r s y .
Oregon:— Whereas, William Leach, a
for a cloth-bound copy. Address Dr. it. V.
A western newspaper iuan once con Pierce as above.
. . A. T. Wirtz, Pi
ple of Oregon owe Dr. W ithycom be a Fourth of July celebration to be held in Past Commander of James B. Mathews
nected with a journal in Denver was
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets regulate and Invig
debt of gratitude for his manly and self- Forest Grove:
Post No. 6, Department of Oregon, one day in conversation with his chief orate stomach, liver and towels.
H O L L IS T E R 'S
a laxative, two or three cathartic.
T h ey will yet Myrtle Butler..............................
96 I has been called to the Eternal Carap- when a clerical looking gentleman en I
be able to make further and greater
7 | ing Ground by an allwise Providence,
A Busy Medicine fo r Busy People.'
“ Sir,” said he gravely. ” 1 Intend ,
6 0 YEAR«
B rin e * Golden Health and Renewed Vigor,
°se of his talents and abilities.— Capi
87 therefore, be it Resolved, that we, the next Sunday to preach a sermon upon !
fi c f o r C o n n t ip a tio n . I n d ig e s t io n ,
and K id n e y tr o u b le s . P im p le s , E c z e m a , Ii
16 ! members of this Post, extend our football, and It has occurred to me that |
M o o d . H ad B r e a th . H luw rihh B o w e ls , H e a d
and B a c k a c h e . I t s K o o k y M o u n ta in T e a in
g heartfelt sympathy to his family and an enterprising paper like yours would
le t fo r m , 3ft c e n t * a b o x .
( le n u ln e m a d
lx* pleased to have my manuscript. I
H o l m h t b u D k u o C o m p a n y . M odi non, W li
County Sunday School Convention. Maud Buxton
friends, and be it further Resolved, have no doubt that any number o f your
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEO
21 that this Post be draped in mourning readers would be glad to rend It and’ --
One of the most pleasant of the Cvy Smith
“ All right, all right.” interrupted the
7 I and a copy of these resolutions Se
seventeen Annual Conventions of the ! Annie Johnson
busy editor, “ but you’ ll have to hustle
D emon «
SE A R S & W A T K IN S
C o p y r i g h t s A c .
^ash. Co. Sunday School Association Helen Chandler..............................
^9 placed on the records of the Post and It along. Get it in early—early, mind!
“ Proprietor o f -
AnTone ■enrttnf a nk*lrh and a scrip tion m«y
Our sporting page is the first to close.”
qnlckly aarertiitn our opinion fVM whether AO
also published in the City papers.
■ T h . I .« s m i I I m ic l i H r h s r H h o | | L
*** Seld at Bethany, Thursday, June j Pearl Peterson
Invanitovi la prohably pni#iitaMa
- Harper's Weekly.
W . J. R. BEACH, Adjutant.
Up-to-date Hair-cutting a n ®
airenry for *wur1uir patenta.
I*.it enta tafcsn th ro u g h M u n n * O * ruc#tv*
Th* Sail In «h. O r ...,
ip tcU U n n tU e , w ith o u t c h a r «« . In t h «
Shaving. Laundry agenej.'.,
Owing to the distance, many schools Miss Bain..............
If the ocean did not have salt It
M a in 8 t r u « t .
P o r
ut O n .
June 12, 06.
weTe not represented, and som e m em - Frances Abernethy
would freeze somewhat more readily j
than It does now, but there would be | m l all« hi o f any w le n tlflc Journal,
ben who were on the program were not Lora Foster...........
____ Term«, ft* a
Hillsboro School Closes
year : fo u r m o n th «, ftL Sold by «Il ne wade« 1er«.
no very marked difference. The ocean
Present, nevertheless the beautiful new
The Hillsboro Public School closed Is prevented from freezing not so much
German Pres. Church was well filled
Brunch O f S c . O S r I L . W u h lo g t n n . D . C .
by Its salt as by its size aud by Its
Trains on the Southern Pacific
with com m ence- commotion.
j ! last
On account o f its size
*ad every minute of the session held
and depart on the following sch
Chloe V enen....................................
ment exercises in the Crescent Theater. large portions o f It extend Into watm
T h e M o n th o f A a s n r t .
interest and profit to - _ .
G O IN G S O U T H
________ . - J
climates at all seasons, and by reason
Few persons know why August has
H L. Bates presented the
o f It* greet depth It to a vast store- i thirty-one days. July, which takes Its No. 2 ____ 9 A . M N o. 4 ____ 6 :2 1 A
Maverne Tem pleton.
2 diplomas and the program contained a bouse o f b ea t Its currents distribute
G O IN G N O R T H
name from Julius Caesar, has thirty-
The Convention was open ed with
Gladdys Hartley . . -
_ j vocal trio by Miss Gladys Hartley and much warm water among the cold.—8t. one days, and Augustus, who com plet No. 3 . . .6 :5 9 A . M . O . l _____ 4 : 1 6
devotional service led by Mr. W m .
ed the calendar, declined to submit to
N . L. ATKINS, A|
- Misses Maude and Kate Shannon and Nicholas.
the Indignity o f seeing bis own month
W e a lt h o f W o r d ..
also a solo by Miss Kate Shannon, of
branded with the Inferiority o f one day
Mr. Henry Kuratli extended such a
“ He talks very interestingly.” Mkl
! this place. There were other interest-
less. The astronomers bad according
I'eaity welcome that every one felt
i icR musical numbers interspersed
to reshuffle the lunar cards, and, aft-
"Y es,” replied the other, "but In Eli
^on>e at once. T h e w elcom e was
P*n>l«H y. bit upon the ex
I have bought the entire stock of thrQUghoul the program between the tbe storie* I ever read the man who «
re*ponded to by the Co. Pres., R . H .
° f «'• «• *"« twenty-four hours
the E M. Ward Lumber yard and will heavier contributions of the graduates.
and struggling. It doesn't seem a gwsl from February's gk*ry In order that TT cn « T T «
August might face the world on a
, . | „ u . , not all Doors and Windows,
who received degrees from sign to me.” —Washington Star.
A s so c L l
the business of the d ose ou
footing o f perfect equality with July.
MARTIN 8c CO.
Rocky Mountain Tea I
Local Time Table
TOf U P~tO“U 3 .lC J 0 D W'
n' S p o r t s showed fifty-two P»m >
me fOT porch Col-
n|l»y Schools in this coun ty, an in- will p»Y y °u
Crease * three over last vear. An umns and Mouldings. ^ ^ ^ bm ld_
7 “ , tock o( *11 kinds of
“»westing discussion on
m a t e r ia l.
R e s p e c t f u l ly Yours,
^ the Sunday Sch ool’
F. W . EMERSON.
TeTV interesting and instructive
Evening Telegram and
were given in the afternoon one
, js .o O ; S x months, S2.»u.
”7 ftof. H. L Bates, on “ Sunday¡O ne year,
are. willabelle M oore, Earl H obbs,
r n c e Bath, Victor Burris, Cecelia
GreeT, Ruth Starr, Frank Connell. Edna
E. Freeman, Willamonia Atkinson,
Nellie Johnson, Grace Connell, Grace
Dickman and Fiances Robinson.
Nellie Johnson was awarded a schol-
Tualatin Academ y for one
^ ‘ u d Grace Dickman for half a year.
A n * « l O n e*.
“Dows It create a furore in your fam
ily when you go borne lateT” asked
HJones of hi* friend De Smith.
“ No; It create* • fury.” was the aug-
geetlv* answer.—Chicago Record Her
Old newspapers for sale at this office.
The wise man to he who ask* • great
deal of advice and takes a vary little
FIRST NATIONAL BA
I ’ H ltt u p U a p l t a l « M , (
Praise the sea, but keep on the land.
National City Bank, N ew York
W ells Fargo & C o’ s Bank, New
i U nited States National Bank,
* Goldenrod Flour, guaranteed.