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Editorial Page-Washington Co. News. ;°‘ b
by the pastor on “ Peace-m akers.”
A . E . I N O U R S lì, M a n a g e r
Young P eople’ s M eeting—
topic, “ John Eliot and Missions A m on g
« 1 II
Every Thurs: ny by tbe W ashing-
c0Unty Publishi '3 Co. Incorporated
at Forest Grove, Oregon
only of the present drinker, but of the
man whose tissues have befn impaired
and whose constitution has been under
mined by excessive drinking in the
$1.00 a Year in Advance.
Dropped by transportation and
shunned by life insurance companies,
and unable to make headway in life,
8 p. m.
JRUGS! DRUGS!! DRUGS!!!
tm O b s e r v a n c e I s C l e a r l y a H e lle a t
O l d l* n j ? a n T i m e * .
The observance o f Aiiliallow ere.
vice subject, “ The Way to P eace.” ir Halloween, Is clearly a relic o f pa
gan times, for there Is nothing in the
Thursday, . ne 28, 8 p. m.
church observance o f the ensuing day
ness Meeting cf the Chuch and pre
of All Saints to have originated such
•xtraordlnary notions as are connected
w.'th this celebrated festival or such re
markable practices as those by which
Death of Mrs. Hester E. Davies
It is distinguished. The leading idea
Mrs. Hester E. Davies, an Oregon respecting Halloween is that It is the
C A M E R A SUPPLIES
ARSEN ATE OF LEAD
SH EEP A N D G O A T DIP
G U ARAN TEED RAZO RS
P U R E ST D R U G S
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
¡¡vered at the post-office at Forest what chance has a drinking man to ac pioneer of 1853, the wife of Henry H
‘ :lie o f “ n oUlers wheu »»n*eniatural
quire a position or a comp,
as secon d class
comp, t ncy fir Davies
influences prevail. It Is the night set
dled here Sunday morning. ” , »'“
o f spirit,.
himself during life, or make
* * for the nuunaij
e was born at Fairplay, la ., in 1842, Loth
both of the visible and invisible wot
lere her git
One o f the special characteristics at-
Address all com m unications to Wash death? In the first instance the chance
Deceased lived in Yamhill and tr!buted to this mystic evening is the
lies in the control of appetite before it
ington County Pub. C o .,
Washington Counties until 1871, when
conferred on the Immaterial
Forest G rove, Ore.
gets beyond control; in the second, in eh»
. .. , .
principle o f man to detach itself from
Successor to JOHNSON k JOHNSON
not foimirig the drink habit in the ear- Ì !
° E a s t ^ Washington, where the body and wander ubroad through
the realms o f space. Divination, or
’ ’ th“
v ^.e NEWS fails to reach its subscrib- lier years of life. The result in the |
‘ or is late, we request that im m edi one case is remedial, in the other pre
continuously until the ! by Gleudower o f calling spirits from
ate attention may be called to the same. ventive, and in this as in every other
time of her death. She had been k,lie vasty deep” becomes then at the \
Hams, Bacon and other Salt Meats always on hand
example of cause and effect, as illus
twice wedded. Her first marriage was 1
e “,!! "'* 7 .V'10086
“ Vail ’
THURSDAY, JU N E
1906. trated by individual responsibility and
to Jere Rowland, at M cM innville, O re., casion.
There is a remarkable unj-
accountability, the latter is the wiser
in 1857. The second marriage was in fom iit.v in the fireside customs o f this
Everything fresh in the Grocery Line to be found here
method of procedure. The man wi o
o f everywhera
Free Delivery to all parts of the City.
lo o « , at
H . , nlsht
is or has been addicted to the excessive
no means discour
j requisition and are consumed iu im-
use of drink is at best an “ impaired
She haves, besides her hubsand, ! mense quantities. Indeed, the name
risk in the commercial, financial and the fnlW lm r
Nuterack night, by which Halloween
a new campaign
in thousands ^
w , Z
L'i'^ n q w n in the north of Engtand, indi-
E vening Telegram and T h e N
To Our Subscribers
a petition in circula
iviires, Rllensburg, Wash.; Mrs. Fannie ! cates the predominance of nuts iu the
One Year, 8 5 .0 0 ; Six M onths, 82
of instances the “ has been,” assisted
June Filbert, Forest Grove; Mrs. Nora | uute"tainments o f the evening. They
for the sub
by the determination of employing vf Tilllnf. t
are not only cracked and eaten, but are our obligations we n oticed a good
T h e News and Sem i-weekly Ji
M. Elliott, Lind, Wash.; Mrs. Nellie
me means o f divining and proph-
| for 8 1 .7 5 . Sample copies may be
forces to cut drinking men from their
M. Gilbert, Coulee City, Wash.; Mrs. | esylng In love affairs. Apples are also
at this office.
list of helpers, has broken away from
Stella R. Gilbert, Harrison, Ida.
! usefl tn manv of the evening games for on their subscriptions. T h e subscrip
N ew M exico are
the drink habit. But, according to this
tion price for T h e News is but 81.00
The funeral was held Tuesday mom
on the question
latest estimate of great life insurance
ing at the chapel near Beaverton where FOOLING A GREAT DOCTOR. per year in advance. This is a small
together for formation
( E S T A B L I S H E D 1898.)
companies, such a man is still an “ im
sum for each subscriber but in the |
she worshipped when a girl, and inter
we shall see whether
paired risk,” and prudence counsels the
aggregate it means much to us.
ment made in Crescent cemetery near j
favor the union or
S ir M o r e ll M a c k e n z ie .
rejection of his application for an insu
t h e ' The Belgians once suecee«le<l in getting we are going to ask each one of our
opposition com es
Interest paid on time deposit!
I cut rates on nn operation from Sir Mo- subscribers, who are in arrears, to pay !
see more chances
roll Mackenzie. He engaged to attend a
These lessons in their saddest signifi
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H . Davies had ease at Antwerp. When he landed lie up thereby helping us to meet our
and for each other in
cance apply most disastrously to the just sold their farm 14 miles north of ■ was met by three men In mourning, obligations for which we thank you in
on e.— Oregonian.
families of the impaired industrial or here and had moved to Forest Grove who Informed him, according to the advance.
The date to which your
financial risk, but the rules governing about three weeks ago on their way to Render Magazine, that the patient had subscription is paid follows the name
engaged in the
died, hut that they would pay ids full on the address. Out of town subscri-
them are so soundly based in the p rin -, M exico to remain permanently. They fee.
j bers may remit by mail for which a
“ And now,” said the man, “ since you
ciple that governs commercial life that | had intended to stay here until Mrs.
receipt will be immediately returned.
are here, what do you say to visiting
their wisdom must be conceded. If is Davies had regained her strength so
the city hospital and giving n clinic for
Oregon and Washing
manifest, therefore, that if men for their she could travel, but she died unex the benefit o f our local surgeons? It is
N a tu re ’s W a y Is Best.
QUALITY, PRICES, TREATMENT
not often they have an opportunity of
own sakes and the sake of their families pectedly.
The function strengthening and tlssuo
large order, the
benefiting by such science as yours.”
building plan of treating chronic, linger
would not be scheduled as “ impaired
Sir Morell said lie would gladly com ing and ob: tinuto oases of disease as pur
for that purpose
SAELENS £ CO., Main
by I)r. Pierce, Is following after
risks” in the industrial and financial
ply. He went to the hospital and per sued
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
Naturo s plan of restoring health.
For a num ber of
formed many operations, among which
lie uses natural remedies, that la
world, they must apply the power of
have been shipping
Daniel Thompson Phillips, an Ore were tw o o f a similar nature to that for extracts from nntivo medicinal roots,
self-government, that is the boast of a
When -1 prepared by processes wrought out by
used in the manu-
gon pioneer of 1857, who died early which he had been called over.
the oxponuiture of much time and
free country, to their own lives, and
lie finished, all thanked him profusely. 1 monov,
without tho use of alcohol, and
For strength and dura
Thursday morning, June 14, 1906, at 0 u thp stoamor KolDR home he met a
skillful combination in just tho right
eliminate the “ risk” to which commer
with its weight,
his home in Cornelius, was buried in friend who bad n business house In proportions.
cial interest is keenly alive in dealing
Used a3 Ingredients of Dr. Pierce’s
MANUFACTURERS O r
Hillsboro last Friday, under the aus Antwerp.
Golden Medical Discovery. Illack Cherry-
“ Pretty scurvy trick they played on baric, Queen’s root, Golden Seal root, H
with all applicants for its favors.— Ore
IN E l
pices of the Montezuma Lodge No. 50 you. Sir Morell.”
liloodroot and Stone root, specially exert
A nd dealers in all kinds of
‘‘I V I P A I R 3 D
R IS K S ”
“ What do you mean?” asked the sur- '
I. O. O. F. Mr. Phillips was one of the
and throat troubles, and tills " D i s c o v
G oods. Repairing Promptly
e r y ” Is, therefore, a sovereign remedy
The temperance lesson and lecture
Told you the patient died before you i for bronchitis, laryngitis, chronic coughs,
Result of Vote for Goddess
Washington County and highly thought nrr|Ved, dhln’ t'they ?
catarrh and kindred ailments.
h?.ve long ago been applied to men
Tho abovo native roots also havo the NAYLOR'S CORNER
who rould find and maintain respons
The following is the result of the vote j of wherever he was known.
strongest possible endorsement from the
Y'ou operated on him and a leading tnedicnl writers, of all the several
Deceased wxs born in St. Clair j “ Died.
there'ore well-paid positions in to date for Goddess of Liberty for the
friend with the same trouble at the schools of practice, for tho cure not only R . I N I X O I N , D e n t i ,
County, 111., July 23, 1823, and he clinic.
Got tw o operations for one of tlic diseases named abovo but also for
the great system of m odern transporta
indigestion, torpor of liver, or bilious
Fourth of July celebration to be held in wou!dhaye been g3 years old next
Forest Grove, Ore
ness, obstinate constipation, kidney and
has been found, to the cost
bladder troubles and catarrh, no matter
His family originally came
companies, that the drink-
You don’ t havo to tako Dr. Pierce’s
Myrtle Butler................................... 203 1 from Wales and his grandfather was in
The salts o f the sea have fed through
Three doors north of B a iley’s s
is not a safe man at the throttle
alone as to this; what ho claims |
hours trow V A. M . to 4 P. M.
of the locomotive, the train despatch-
which have thronged its water and writings of the most eminent men in the I
Phillips was the oldest child in the whose remuius now form the rocks o f J medical profession. A request by postal ,
e ’s desk, the conductor’ s beat through Marie Staehr..................................... 105
family. H e was educated in Clair continents or lie spread in beds o f un- card or letter, addressed to Dr. R. V.
the costly, crowded train of cars, or at Kate Shannon...................................
Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y „ for a little book ,
i county, Illinois. On April 17, 1845, known thickness over 00,000,000 square of extracts from eminent medical au
tie switchman’ s station. H ig h rates of
endorsing tho ingredients of his
8 was wedded to Miss Martha Tate, who
the oeenn’s floor. They have lent the modicinos, will bring a little book fr e e
speed in traffic can only be maintained
of your attention If
Ivy Smith ........................................
22 survives him. The husband and wife substance to build the fringing reefs needing a worthy
good, safe, reliable remedy of Real Estate and C orpo- O FFICE
handling of trains, and high
arrived in Oregon, January 26, 1857, o f the land and all the coral Islands of known composition for the cure of almost ration^^Law^^Sgecialt^.
or lingering malady.
are dem anded by a pub
the sen, and there are nt present on
H elen Chandler..............................
19 and Mr. Phillips settled on 240 acres the
H ie basis
o a s i s o O f l < nn
m u average
. e . a fee » » salinity
llD r -
P l f O S a n t P c l l c t o C l i r e COI1-
of delay and fired with
nor cent in the ” 90 700 000 cubic miles fripation. One little " Pellet.’’ Is a gentle F o r e s t G r o v e ,
4 of land near Cornelius, later buying his per cent in int
laxative, and two a mild cathartic.
the desire to “ get there” in the short
o f water which make up the ocean’s
Tho mo8t vaUlBl)|0 lKX)k fui ^
of tim e. H e n ce it
00,000.000,000.000,000 tons, or 10,173,- 1 r. 7-
und women Is Dr. Pierce’s
Common .Sense Medical Ad- City Barber Shop . .
4 many years he made brick, many cf 000 cubic miles, o f salt. This is suffi
transportation methods, Miss Bain..........................................
vlser. A splendid 1008-p:igo
8 *h ich yet grace several Washington
hwojj volume, with engravings
Baths. Laundry A g en cy . Sitj
principle and governing
“ IS s JJT o M and colored plates. A copy.
County foundations. H e was a ready lands o f the earth with a uniform layer
on Pacific A v e ., Forest Grov?
o f salt to a depth o f 1.000 feet.
paper-cov<«* I. will lie sent
force-self interest— have done what Lora Foster.......................................
violinist in the early days, and per
to nnyono sending 21 cents
neither the eloquence of G ough nor the Margaret Hinman............................ 106
in ono-oent stamps, to pay
P e r i i ’ N K l a l lv t a y W o n d e r .
formed at nearly all the county festivi
the c-ist of mailing only, to
interdiction of law can accom plish in
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, NT.
Cloth-bound, 31 stamps.
H O L L IS T E R 'S
the principle of self-govern
The widow, nine children, 31 grand from Callao to the gold fields o f Cerro 1
ment to men of ungoverned appetite.
Beginning ln Callao, It
1 children and 23 great grand children do Pneco.
A Busy Medicine for Busy PoopleT
ascends the narrow valley o f the HI- !
And now com e the life insurance Maverne Tem pleton.......................
60 Y E A R «
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor,
2 survive him:
The children are:
E X P E R IE N C E
mao, rising nearly 5.000 feet ln the first |
A sp e cific f o r Tonati unti on. Indigestion,
companies and add the force of self-
id K id n ey troubles. P im ples, E czem a, In
Melissa Jackson, wife of P. M. Jackson. forty-six miles. Thence It goes through 1
Hlood. Ibid Hreuth, S lu gg ish Ilow cls, Heñí
the great tem perance lesson
and H uckachc. Its R o ck y M ountain T ea Ini
Hillsboro; A. A. Phillips, Cornelius; tho Intricate gorges o f the Sierras till It |
let form , 8» cen t» n b o * , (len itin e m a?
age. In sending a check
528 Mrs. Ellen Vickers, wife of G. Vickers, tunnels the Andes nt an altitude of
H o l l is t k u D a r ò C o m p a n y , Mie 11 »on, WI
feet, the highest point In the
fiOLOEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEl
loss resulting from
Cornelius; Mrs. Sarah E. Smith, Pat- world where a piston rod is moved by j
of a man “ who
AT THE CHURCHES
tan Valley; Mrs. Millie Shearer, Fish steam. This astonishing elevation fit
T rade M a r k »
reached in seventy-eight miles.
S E A R S & W A T K I N S ]1;
lad been a heavy drinker within five
Hawk, Oregon; C. W. Phillips, Corne
C opy n o ." , a A c.
-Pro prietor o f -
lesson was given in this
A n r o n e n r rw lln g ft u k r t r h a n d d«a or1 pt»o n m a y
l l s : Mrs. Alice E. Foord, Hillsboro;
Q u ic k ly Jia ce rtn in o u r o p i n io n fr a e w h e t h e r a n
. .T H » L e n d i n g H a r b e r
The m o « successful treatment for a
is necessary for us to decline,
1906. Geor ;e W . Phillips, Wilbur, Wash ;
I Io n a “f r ic t ly r< *n fd e n tli» l. M 1 ANO
Services for Sunday, May
K o n I 'a t e n U
Up-to-date Hair-cutting ;
sprain Is use o f hot footbaths for fif
\ a t e n t a.
a un t free. O lrtont a v e n r y f o >r
r s nem
e c u rliiif
r in g p
°r limit to very high-premium plans,
1'iUeuta taken through Muni»
F. W. I hillips, at home.
10 a. m., Sunday School; 7
teen minutes three times a day. Fol
Shaving. Laundry agenc
rptriul notice, without charge.
applicants who have been intemperate
S. A. Walker, W. K. Curtis, H . H. low each bath with massage for fifteen
V in i» , H t r v c t ,
I 'n r u s t O r
Y. P. S. C. E.
minutes, then npply snugly a rubber
m the use of liquor and are for a period
Porter, John Wilhelmson, D ick Rey-
bandage from toes up to ns high as
>t wny noientIflo Journal. Terme. $3 a
°f I ears apparently tem perate.”
L> A. Rogers of Washington ankle and have patient walk. Ballet
ir mon tha, |L Sold by all new a dee I era,
explanation of this position is tha’ ,
There will be preaching services in u ,d g e No. 4 . of 1 orest Grove, attend dancers use this method with such suc
» Offica. tOS F Ht„ Washington. D. C.
while ^ese risks do not often die as e e Free Methodist church Sunday at e(j the services in Hillsboro. About cess that they are seldom incapacitated
Trains on the Southern Pacific i
for work longer than a week.—Medical
and depart on the following sche
i e direct cause of drink, their const.- 11 a. m., also 8 p. m., by Rev. H. K. forty members of
Hill boro lodge Record.
■ --‘Ons seem to be underm ined, and Bowman, Pastor.
E a r rfn g a .
| attended and the funeral was notable
9 a . M. No. 4 ____6:21 A
S t a n d i n g R o o m O n ly .
-t to an ordinary person in goed
for the floral disphy.
The Law yer—8o your w ife has sued perhaps be interested in hearing a
Germ n Lutheran Church
ttca.tn and habits would be a triv-
you for a divorce, eh? Will she have few facts about them. Sad it Is for the No. 3. . .6:59 A. M. o . l ___ 4:16
i s - " - him a""
w lily I
eee ¡y f
‘me H. I
'urn it, I
ene ÿ I
»ate cl I
ee that I
er of «
FR E SH M E A T S OF A LL KtNl
Vegetables o f all Kinds in Seast
aged by their recent
bat have inaugurated
and already have
tion for signatures, asking
mission os an am endm ent
F o r e st G ro ve
Since Arizona and
nW to vote seperately
of being united
of single state,
the people really
not; or whether the
from politicians who
two states than in
E. W. Haines
An Easte.n firm
building of railway cars
placed orders for an
000,000 feet of
ton fir for use in
is an unusually
use of Qregon lum ber
is nothing new.
years Oregon mills
east to be
bility as com pared
Oregon fir has no
W. H. HOLLIS,
is that modem
A. I. Wirtz, Pro
Gladdys H artley................................
01 a moving
Rocky Mountain T ia Ni
Scientific Am erican.
&Co.38,Bro*<'”1 New York
Local Time Table
— J have just retim ed from South-
German Lutheran services will be
that held Sunday at 2:30 p m., at the 1 era Alberta where I have a choice
^ e s of this kind are “ impaired risks,” usual place by the Rev. L. Stuebe of j sect;on 0f land located in the center cf
ailment ends seriously with
•• a scarcely necessary
hte . best of
- preservation of com pany interests, wjjQ
limited to high risks
0,<t a responsible
secon d lesson.
fence my half and put it uhder culti
M. E. Church
position in the a. m., Epworth League
modern industries— the
vation and crop it.
Prayer Meeting, Thursday 8:00 p.
10 where the entire 160 acres will make
m ., good plowland,
* ^iroself from the befuddling ef-
h»0U. T h e second
i r u „ rch
C n » , e 9 . t . 0 "al1 Clumh
s»<ar. J »«
®etcial standpoint, in the case not School.
11» mom.ffg Torxr..p, t-re
m. brush and well located.
must pre- Everybody welcome. L. F. BELKNAP. valuable.
«“ ¡»««»*7 o( me i™ , .
I can also cite a
Preaching every Sabbath at 11 a. m. few parties to first class homesteads
if a man desires and 8:00 p. m., Sunday school at
'®*PQrtation business— he
A cordial invitation to all the winter wheat belt.
half section and hire the purchaser to
t0 Come and hear.
Will soon be
ti. B. THOMAS.
— Don’ t forget that a fine watch
any standing in court? The Client— I emancipated woman o f the present
I’ m afraid so. From the nature of the day to loam that these fashionable or
evidence she threatens to bring in there naments were originally a mark o f
won’t be half enough seats to accom j slavery. In bygone days Uie slave at
modate tbe crow d.—Chicago News.
w ays wore bis master's earrings. In
: the east they were a sign o f caste and
S r iS a k n » ».
| w efe burled with the dead. Home an-
There are som e tempers wrought up d en t earrings were very elaborate, and
tty habitual selfishness to an utter In many statues had their ears bored In
sensibility o f what becomes o f the for readiness for votive offerings o f ear
tune* o f their fellow creature*, sa If rings. In England tbe earliest earrings
they were not partaker* o f the *ame were very cumbrous and made of
nature or had no lot or connection at stone or wood. The eighteenth century
all with the species.—Sterne.
saw the glorification o f the earring,
faahlonahle Itenutles outvying each oth
Fraise tbe sea, but keep on the land. er with the rarest and most beautiful
jew els.—London Graphic.
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