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AT THE CHURCHES
LONG EN G A G E M E N TS.
A . E . N O U R 8 E, M an u rer
a. m .;
Y. P. S.
ry Thursday by the Washing- ¡San
Francisco did a few short weeks C E’ ’ 7 p’ m : Pr« c h in g , 8 p. m ;
1 ago!— George C. Pardee, Governor of Thursday evening 8 p. m ., prayer
»jCwnlJ p“blisl,ingC0, lncorpofa,el,
at Forest Grove. Oregon
Year in Advance.
in The Pacific Monthly for meeting’
there will be preaching services in
j the Free Methodist church Sunday at
11 a. m ., also 8 p. m by Rev H K
at the post-office at Forest libraries and in this evidence oC Bowman, Pastor.
strength stood forth in rank among the
Oregon, as secon d class
cities of the land. The Pacific Library I
M. E. Church
Preaching every Sabbath at 1 1 a. m.
volumes, a building site in the West
, , r-T all communications to Wash
and 8 :
p. m ., Sunday school at 10
i n g t o n County Pub. C o . , '
p. m ..
injured; a balance in the treasury of a. m ., Epworth League 7:
Forest Grove, Ore.
$1 19,800; insurance, $41,150; bonds Prayer Meeting, Thursday 3:
and cash in Pacific Everybody welcom e. L. F. BELKNAP.
W o m a n ’s P l a n b y W h i c h t o B r i n g
A l> ,.u t H a p p y M n r r l n u f N .
Marriage Is an Institution o f the
state; therefore she should put it out
o f the bonds o f possibility that people
can marry each other in tw o days or
u week. How many marriages would
be brokeu off If the state required a
three years' engagement before people
are married? After all, If a woman
wuuU to become a nun In tw o mouths,
no conveut In the world will accept
*"*• sl,‘* mU8t lK> a novice for tw o or
,h rw r ™ n
D,,rlu* tl,ut tlm*
to make an examination o f her con
science every day and to tiud out if ;
she bag a vocation for a nun. Hut
women and men marry without the
slightest thought o f the future, while j
Dame Nature laughs at her most odd
pairings. She wants her world peopled, j
That is her part. The men and women |
who are 111 suited to each other are not
Girls and boys at school should he
taught to look upon marriage as the
most lieautiful, the happiest, the most
desirable ai d the most possible thing
in the world. Boys should tie taught
to keep their minds and their bodies
pure for the state which they will
probably enter und to have a sense of
protection uud loyalty to girls, aud
girls should be taught Industry, self
sacritlce uud responsibility for the mar
ried state.—Mrs. T. I*. O'Connor In
Black and \\ bite.
C A M E R A SUPPLIES
AR SEN A TE OF LEAD
SH EEP A N D G O A T DIP
P U R E ST D R U G S
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
F. S Q H U L T Z
Successor to JOHNSON k JOHNSON
F R E S H M E A T S O F A L L KINDI
f. ,he NEWS fails to reach it: subscrib-
’ ¡5 late, we request that im m edi- Library fund $1,094,135, This makes
German Lutheran Church
J attention may be called to the same. a good showing and the restoration of
Hams, Bacon and other Salt Meats always on hand
There will be no German Lutheran
this feature of the new city’ s life will
services held in Forest Grove until the
1906. com e quickly.
THURSDAY, JU N E 28,
4th Sunday in July after which time
The M echanics’ Library, with which
Everything fresh in the Grocery Line to be found here
they will be held continuously at the
the Mercantile was consolidated, has
W ill B m u l i t » U ’ W e n .
Free Delivery to all parts of the City.
usual time, 2:30 p. m ., on the 2nd
Mr. Brownell doesn ’ t grieve.
A ordered new books for a nucleus, and and 4th Sundays of each month.
will have a temporary building on the
law-giver need not go to the Legisla-
H. C. Ebeling.
as Clackamas has abundantly site of the Mechanics’ Pavilion. The
Evening Telegram and The New
To Our Subscribers
value of the realty held by the M ech
One Year, $ 5 .0 0 ; Six Months, $2.5C
anics will enable this popular library
In casting about for means to meet
j PASTOR, REV. HERBERT W. BOYD.
T h e News and Semi-weekly Jour
T H E FOUR AGES.
The I n e v i t a b l e R e s u l t .
to rebuild, and its equipments will
our obligations we noticed a good
Sunday, July 1, 1906, 10 a. m.
for $ 1 .7 5 . Sample copies may be haj^
If Oregon had a few more W . S. proceed with much rapidity.
S o L i f e G o e s , A I u h y n H ast G o n e a n d
at this office.
Sunday School; 11 , preaching by the
A lw n jn W ill U o.
on their subscriptions. T h e subscrip
It is hoped that the insurance c o m -,
U’Rens, and give them the free and
pastor and communion service.
Here are man's four views o f time:
tion price for T h e News is but $1 .00
„„limited use of the initiative and panies will announce their plans for
“ You still have forty years to live,”
In the evening the church will join
per year in advance. This is a small
referendum law, there would be n o , adjustment at an
early date. Such
said the guardian spirit to the youth.
with the other churches of the town in
“ It Is a long, long time." the youth sum for each subscriber but in the
j a Union Service on the grounds of the replied, “and I will do n great deal aggregate it means much to us. Now
Forest Grove, Oregon
„ould be. in the end, to swoop the elusion many projtcts of vital interest
before It Is past.”
Grand Army Encampment.
A general banking business transacted 1
whole conglomeration of statutes into to the rapid development of Greater!
“ You have thirty years yet to live,” we are going to ask each one of our
Interest paid on tim e deposits.
the guardian spirit said to the still subscribers, who are in arrears, to pay
the Willamette.— Lake View Examiner. San Francisco.
up thereby helping us to meet our
Mr. Bowles, who has been ill for
“ Well, that is quite awhile," was the
obligations for which we thank you in
The election has left a g ood many
sometime and who is the father of Mrs. reply. ‘T'rohubly I cannot do all I hud
T h e date to which your
things for Oregon as well as many other
During the Summer Season of 1906 IC. N. Johnson of this place, died at
is paid follows the name
states to think about. A m on g them is reduced round trip excursion rates will the Good Samariti.n Hospital in Port-
"You have twenty years to live,” the j on the address. Out of town subscri
tie defeat of Brownell, which however, be in effect from the East to all North land, Wednesday, June 20 1906, and spirit said to the middle aged man.
bers may remit by mail for which a
Well, I suppose I receipt will be immediately returned.
bothers few; the contest of W ord and Pacific Coast Points, such as Portland, was buried on the following Thursday.
win have to do the best I can In that
Stevens; and the local option fight left Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver,
length of time.”
at Eugene, which will not bother them etc.; also to Spokane and San Francisco,
Walter J. Smith, who for years has
For the last time the guardian spirit
A W o n d e rfu l R e co rd .
QUALITY, PRICES, TREATMENT
long as the next election
usually Los Angeles and San Diego.
been identified with the Wilson River, appeared. "You yet have ten years
As made up by improved and exact
left," lie said to the rapidly uglng man.
settles all difficulties oi this nature in
Rates from Chicago via direct lines aQd wbo was known by everyone who
Ion Is a m u s t ancient remedy for regu
The man sighed. "B ut ten years,”
SAELENS ft CO., Main St.,
to the North Pacific Coast and Califor- ever traversed this famous road into he whispered In reply. "And what can lating all the womanly functions, correct
rather short order.
FOREST «ROVE, 0RE00R
ing displacements, as prolapsus, antever-
nia will be $75 and from Missouri the Tillamook country, quietly passed one do In those few d a y s ? ’
sion ami retroversion, overcoming painful
Oregon S u p p o r t » t h e N o r m a l
And when the end had come the mnu periods, toiling up the nerves and bring
River points, namely: Council Bluffs, away
Friday evening on the hom e-
S c h o o ls .
looked backward and moaned, “ I am ing about a perfect state of health. It
cures the backache, periodical headaches,
Omaha, Atchison, St. Joseph, Kansas stead by the Wilson that has been his leaving It nearly all undone!"
the dragglng-down distress In the pelvic
One of the surprises is that the
And so life goes, although youth will region, the pain and tenderness over
general appropriation bill, referred to
not believe It, and only old age fully lower abdominal region, dries up the
pelvic catarrhal drain, so disagreeable
the people, carried.
This is good rates will be $60. Rates to Spokane Smith- a? he was known in manv Parts realizes that It is so.—Philadelphia In und weakening, and overcomes every
news for the normal schools. Those
And dealers in all kinds of Hi
who held claims must have worked
FID D LE R S AND D R U M M E R S .
G oods. Repairing Promptly D o n i
medicine for women, tho makers of
Missouri River and St. Paul.
been born near Reedville in th.s county
hard and gained through the ignorance
which are not afraid to print their
Rates one way via the Shasta Route * here he lived until he took up hu | T h e T w o ( ‘ l a a a e « o f I n Meet*, T h a t P r o - formula on the bottle wrapper, thus
of a large number of voters. T h e
d n e e A u d llile S o o n , I n .
taking their patrons Into their full con SHOP PIE»«
and California will be $13.50 higher duties as timber locator on the Wilson,
Insects that produce sounds audible fidence. It is the only medicine for
normal school push is not yet dead.
than those above mentioned.
Deceased has been in a serious condi- to human ears hare l>een roughly divid women, every ingredient of which has
the strongest possible endorsement of
ed Into two classes—fiddlers aud drum the most eminent medical practitioners R . I N I X O I N , D e n t L
L et th e B a ^ le S c r e a m .
These tickets will be on sale daily. tion a11 winter: ln the latter stages of
mers. The grasshopper Is a fiddler and and w rite» of our day, recommending
From Tillamook to Ontario the eagle commencing June 1st and continuing consumption to which he was finally makes music by scraping Its fore wings it for the diseases for which "Favorite
Forest Grove, Oregon
compelled to succumb.
Mr. Smith against the rows o f splnelike teeth that Prescription ” Is used. It Is the only
put - up medicine for women, sold
will chortle and the people
again until September 15, with final return
leaves a wife and four children, of ornament Its thighs. The katydid also
rejoice that we threw off the hated tax limit of October 31st.
tain a large percentage of alcohol, so OFFICE: Three doors north of Bailey’s store,
which Samuel is at home; Mrs. Maggie plays an entomological fiddle. It pro harmful in the long run, especially to
hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
A. L. C r a ig ,
on tea and so forth t hat K ing George
duces its notes by rubbing the Inner delicate women. It has moie g-nulno
and side o f the hind legs over the front cures to Its credit than all other medi
General Passenger Agent.
cines for women combined, having
two younger children, Tobias and wings.
saved thousands of sufferers from the
some other small Oregon towns will do
The locust, on the other band. Is a operating table and the surgeon’s knife.
Stella, who are at home. Walt Smith
It is a question whether
drummer, and a loud one too. His It has restored delicate, weak women to
will be missed not only by the hosts of drum Is formed by a membrane situ strong and vigorous health and virility,
sanity increases or decreases with the
The end and aim of most tourists to summer pleasure seekers that were ated at the base o f the fore wing, and making motherhood possible, where there
advent of Summer.— Oregonian.
Alaska is the Muir Glacier, the birth accustomed to make his home their he can make a forest ring with It. The ing and making happy manv ihousunds Real Estate and Corpo- OFFICE M
of homes by the advent of little ones to
Hines' « «
place of icebergs. They do not real hostelry on their pilgrimages to the cicada, or seventeen year locust, car strengthen the marital bonds and add r a tio n l^ w a S p e c ia lty .
L e s t W e F o rg e t.
ries a drum at the base o f the altdomen sunshine where gloom and despondency
ize until their audacious little boat Tillamook coast, but by many others and makes with it a noise that seems had reigned before.
Bryan's current Presidential boom
Write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, lie will send Forest Grove,
stands puny and insignificant beneath W^Q were connected with him in the to he quite ns terrifying in the Insect
you good, fatherly, professional advice,
brings back to mind the g ood old
its splendor how wonderful their ambi- worj[ a]j over tj,e state in locating world ns that produced by the gorilla In a plain, sealed envelope, absolutely
Cleveland davs, when w ool was next to
pounding Its resounding chest Is among tree. Address him at Buffalo, N. Y.
C it y B a r b e r S h o p . .
tion was. Muir Glacier arises, not a timber claims.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets do not
wild beasts. It Is said that the cicada
free (five cents the p o u n d ) and every
ripe. They effectually cleans« the sys-
sometimes frightens aw ay tts enemies
great, tall rock of ice, but a crystal cit-
Baths. Laundry A gen cy,
sm of accumulated Impurities,
man could have a pair of patches on
with the rattle o f Its dnim.
The People’s Common Sense Medical
ated on Pacific A v e., Forest 1
idel, more beautiful than any city that
the bosom of his pants that wanted to.
There are other drumming Insects Adviser, by Dr. Pierce, 1008 pages, is sent
Mrs. E. J. Ward visited in Portland, which make good music, hut the violin /recon receipt of stamps to pay expense
fairy-story writers have painted for us.
A. I. Wirtz#
Let us hope the famous Neb-askan’ s
of mailing on/)/. Bend A on, rent stamps
ists, after all, carry off the palm, for for the txiok In paper covers, or 3J stamps
It has towers, turrets and minarets of Sunday.
boom will be like Hearst’ s last boom ,
the great Insect soloist, the cricket. Is a for the cloth-hound volume. Address
dazzling transparency and fearful white
H O L L IST E R ’ S
Miss Alvina Matthews spent Sunday
ness. It has every shade and tone of in Gaston.
One m om ent a
A Busy Medicine for B u t y People!""
blue, from the deepest purple indigo
Mrs, P'nronia Child returned to Bar
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vifl
6 0 YEAR«
blister on your hand big as a hen egg,
fo r C onstipation, Indlgestit
to a sky tint that was never seen be
Everyone should subscribe for
the next but a damp spot on the hoe
an«l K idney troubles. P im ples, Eczema, 1
S lu ggish B ow els, He
fore. There are deep crevasses that
his home paper, In order to get all
Mr. Henry Dolmers was married,
and B ackache. Its R o ck y M ountain T ea f!
handle.” -—Fossil Journal.
a b ox. O e n t M
show shimmering lights where the sun
the local news, but te keep in tonch
H o l l i h t i b DuiJu C o m p a n y . Madison,
Friday, Juen 22nd.
strikes their ragged edges.
with the world’« daily events
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW P t
W h ere D o s s B *yan C t a n d ?
Dr. and Mrs. Eator. have returned to
There are deep blue caverns and iride
If Bryan has a drop of the same kind
their work in Forest Grove.
scent grottoes; over the surface pour
S E A R S & W A T K IN Í
D esign s
of blood that courses in the veins of
Mr. and Mrs. Fitch returned to
"r r v v X
C o p y r ig h t s 4 c .
rivers that look like streams of milk,
honest Teddy R oosevelt he will, upon
A n y o n e ten d in g a sketch mid d etorln tlon may
their home in Cornelius, Monday.
• I’ l i e I . c o d i n g B a r b e r
(iitlckly M fftrtniii ou r opinion fre e w h eth er an
some of them like liquid ambef. This
his return from abroad, announce to a
t Ion« utrlctly confiden tial. HANDBOOK on Paten t«
Up-to-date Hair-cutting as'
Mrs. Minnie Magoon of Portland, is
vast city flows in perpetual motion to
•«•nt free, oident agency fo r ■•curing p atent«.
The leading evening newspaper of
baiting public his present views on the
P a ten t« taken th rough M ann A C o. receiv e
Shaving. Laundry agei\W
wards the sea. When it reaches the visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W . Hudson.
the Pacific Coast, which has com
money question. There must be no
.V I « I n S t r e e t ,
l o r m t O f
Camp-meeting closed Sunday. It
unseen banks, there is a crash, and
plete Associated Press .eperts and
covardly equivocation. T h e American
A handRom ely III u*t ruled weekly. I n rirent dr-
special leased - wire service, with
thousands of icebergs leap into the is the intention to meet next year at
calatim i o f niiy Rotentiflc tournai, T ern i«. $3 •
masses have been taught by Roosevelt
j our : fou ur
r m onths, 91. Bold bjrall new edeelem .
then com e North Yamhill.
correspondents in important news
to expect open and above board action water, sink down in.o t.
centers and in all the cities and
iDgton, D. C.
Mr. Fred A. Everest bought the C.
Branch Office. 025 K HU W aahlngton,
ami talk from a President or one who bobbing up. If it were uo
Trains on the Southern Pac
principal towns of the Northwest.
and depart on the following scl
o n e.— W oodbum awful dignity, it would seem as i
. W . Hudson property and will take
Portland and suburbs are covered
were playing and enjoying themselves, possession, shortly.
L a r r ln ,,.
by a bright staff of reporters, and
No. 2 ___ 9 A . M. N o. 4 ___ 6 :2
Olrls who are fonil o f earrings may
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editorial, dramatic, society and
— Money to loan on farm security.
perhaps be Interested In bearing a
Will San Francisco Be R eb u ilt?
Now this vast frozen c... e.
No. 3. . .6 :5 9 A. M. O. 1 . . . . 4: 1^
’ bidden city. The tounst is very fortu-
tion consists of 26 to 28 pages, and
N. L. ATKINS,
emancipated woman o f the present
Will San Francisco be rebuilt? The
— Don’ t forget that a fine watch
1 nate who has caught a glimpse of it in
day to learn that these fashionable or
has colored comic pages, as well as
same Question was asked concerning
for a recent earth- needs perfect material and perfect
naments were originally a murk of
a department for children, colored
Qdcago, in 1871, and the C hicago of the last fe-v
GUcier Bay so workmanship.
slavery. In bygone days the slave al
A. S. VENEN.
fashion page an interesting serial
ways wore his master’s earrings In
today is one of this country’ s greatest Quake
jegu]u ijnes 0f
— I have just returned from South
story and other attractive features
the east they were a sign o f caste and
»wees of pride. And when Galveston, dangerous
it.-E le a - ern Alberta where I have a choice
were buried with the dead. Rome an
in addition to all the news of the
1900, only six years ago, was swept t « ® « 5 will not Push
cient earrings were vary elaborate, and
Pacific sect;on of land located in the center of
j n0r W. McDonald
many statues had their ears bored In
***y and her population decim ated,
Subscription Rates: One month.
the winter wheat belt.
W ould sell
readiness for votive offerings o f ear
Monthly for June.
there were many who freely prophesied
half section and hire the purchaser to
rings. In England the earliest earrings
months. $2.50; twelve months, $6.
dt*t the City of Galveston would be
were very cumbrous and. made of
fence my half and put it uhder culti-
stone or wood. The eighteenth century
Sample copies mailsd free.
ouly a recorded historical incident in
will sell vation and crop it. I can also cite a
saw the glorification o f the earring,
r „.v e 500 apple boxes I
the world s list of disasters. Galveston,
pa pe boxes fe w parties to first class homesteads
fashionable beauties outvying each oth
“^withstanding, still survives, a greater for 8 cents a , box-
box if taken right
acres will make 1 Evening Telegram and T h e N ew ;, er with the rarest and moat beautiful
Jewels London Graphic.
» better city than ever before, at 4 j cen
moj<iing goo^ plowland, free from rock
or 0 n e year, $ 5 .0 0 ; Six rponths, $ 2 .5 0
Vegetables o f alt Kinds in Seasoi
F o r e st G ro ve
E. W . Haines Ban!
M A R T IN & CO.
W. H. HOLLIS,
Rocky Mountain Tea N _
The Evening Telegram,
MUNN &Co.38,Br#,<w*’ New York
Lota! Time Table
For Up-to-date Job
suffered 25 per cent oB on
in for JO da>* a‘
^’»Portion to her size and wealth, than Lumber Yard.
E m e r s o n 'S brush and well located.
A. B. THOMAS