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W A S H L N O r u .N
UATCHCT, TH LK
3 U A Ï , J L L .Y l l , i a » < 3 .
Washington County School
liable information as to the candidates’
8 C H O L L 9 ,
qualifications and record, and those de-
R ain on the Fourth as usual.
siring to teach are saved the bother of
Most everyone here celebrated in H ills
traveling all over the county to discover boro.
where the vacancies are.
Wm. Sp id ell and fam ily o f Portland
School do sed the 28th in district 67,
have come out to pass the healed season
join t with M ultnom ah county, after a
session o f eight months, four with Miss
Marion Skeels and wife o f Ballston are
No. o f
Ju lia E . M ark as teacher
Funds boys and a like number o f g irls were visiting relatives at this place.
Clerk and Address
f 48.00 registered.
J . A . Im brie, H illsboro
Bessie Sclim eltzer is v isitin g friends
Thos. T albott, Cornelius
A three m onths’ term in district 35, in Chehalem valley.
E . C. M ulloy, Laurel
R ev. W ilson, an A. P. A . lecturer, de
jo in t with Y am h ill, has ju st ended. Miss
O X 1 Î
( » I V K S
K K I .I lv K .
Ja s. W ilson, Centerville
34:4° Irene Cook, the teacher, had 13 girls livered a very able address M onday
H. K. Gordon, Forest Grove
night at U nity chapel.
and 10 boys on her roll.
Robt. Thom pson, Cedar Mill 112.00
J . W. G rim es and Miss Jo n es o f Am ity
On the 28th, Miss M abel H urley closed
Peter Boscow, H illsb o ro ........ 4 17 6 0
her school in district 18 after a four were the guests o f his sister, M rs Le.
J . B. H anley, H illsboro .......... 36.80
m ontha’ term. En rollm en t was 25 girls R ive, o f this place.
9 Jo s. Connell, G len coe..........
and 17 boys.
M aster Claude Jackso n spent a few
10 E . S. G aylo rd , D ille y ............ 9**-4°
days last week with his grandm other at
lo jt J . L . Kruse, W ilsonville
D. S t e w a i t ,
, C h a s . M K e e p ,
1 ijt E . H. Jeter, G a sto n ................ 73-6°
A Quiet Runaway.
C ash ie r.
P re sid e n t.
F. S . B a r n e s ,
12 Jo h n Boeker, J r ., G reenville. 66.74
Mr. French, a m usic teacher, has given
W ednesday m orning while Mr. A llen 's
a couple o f lectures at Unity chapel that
13 T. S. W ilks, G reenville
meat wagon was standing in front o f the
o f F o rest G rove F ir st C l a s s W a t c h m a k e r ,
io n e e r
were both interesting and instructive.
14 A lex Chalm ers, C enterville
W escott (now W escott & Allen) m arket,
15 Aaron W ells, Forest Grove
K ST GKO YE, OREGON
F o r est G r o v e , O r .
on M ain street, the team , for no known
16 J . F . W ilcox, Gaston .......... 55*>5
cause, started to walk off. T hey went Tualatin last week.
17 C alvin Ja c k , S r., Farm ington 68.15
C A P I T A L « 5 0 , 0 0 0 .0 0
Luther M iller o f Hood R iv e r is visit
through an opening in the railin g on
18 Jo sep h H in gley, Progress
that side o f the church square and ing the home folks once more.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
19 Ja s . H. Sew ell, H illsboro
headed diago n ally across the square until
Arthur F lin t was in the m etropolis on
. . . F o re ig n and D om estic E x
20 A. W. W right, Middleton
J. H. DOLSTRUM,
they struck one o f the big oaks. Here the Fourth.
c h a n g e B o u g h t and S o ld . C o lle c
21 S. A. D. M eek, G lexcoe
; they stopped but kept on pulling until
Craw fishers are numerous on the T u al
22 D B. Keasoner, M iddleton
Hou.se Painter, (¡m iner
P o in ts sn d P ro m p tly R em itted .
i they broke the double tree, then they
atin. It seems to be profitable em ploy
23jt J . M. Burro ugh, T igard ville
I parted com pany.
T h e horses were ment.
. . . and Decorator.
26jt J N. H enry, T ualatin
qu ick ly captured.
T h e wagon was
. H IN U A K .
B r. B U E D Y .
1. A . M A C E U M .
27 J . Li. Prickett, F'orest G rove. 37.60
G eorge G ron er has purchased a fine
U . BISH ER
<. W . H A I N H S
D. C .
strongly built and received but little in-
All Work Gunrauterd.
28 M. H. Low rey, Gaston
C. M. K E E P .
M A ° j Ury save the broken double tree and
c . Robinskey,
-so o .u .« e y , Scappoose.
oca^ oo se.
2.40 , the bendjn(i o f the pole. A vinegar ja r
29 J . . m ay , cei vi e
1 2. > which happened to be in the wagon was
C O R N E L IU S . . . .
30 R . P. L illy , G ales Creek .
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hudson have
MADISON A QUIMBY M ILL
3qjt Wm. Youn g, Sh erw oo d........
gone to Salem to visit friends.
C. E . A N D E R S O N ’S
Tillamook Stage Line.
32 J . I). Bates, G a sto n ..............
At the Head of Scoggins V alley,
E veryb o d y enjoyed the 4th o f Ju ly if
For Hhootiug a Horse
33 Ju liu s Ashbahr, H illsb o ro ..
M e a t M a r k e t and B a k e r y .
it was a little damp.
39 J . O. Kindt, K in to n ..............
All Grades of Lumber.
W ednesday Constable A leck T o d d of
H. B. JOH NSON, PROP. Fresh Meat,
Mr. E . H . Je te r, the druggist, ha^
40 F\ A. Kutnm el, T igardville
the D illey precinct arrested L. G ates on
41 W. Andrew , M ountaindaie
a charge o f having on Ju ly i shot a gone to L inn county on a visit.
42 J . F . G ardn er, G ales Creek
R ev . Joh n Suackliam m er has been
horse which had gotten into his garden.
42jt D. W. Prince, S y lv a n ........
He was tried before Ju stic e Jack so n , con- holding religious m eetings in Gaston the
A N I>
A. POSTER, Prop.
Cookies, G a s t o n , O r .
43 E . Davis, G le n c o e ..................... 47-20 victed, and paid a fine o f $$ and costs.
44 A lfred Stephens, Buxton.
45 A. C. Hull, Sh erw ood............ 5°-4o
F a ll grain is turning yellow and w ill
School Text Hooks.
C l a r k s ’ C r e a m e r y .
46jt C. M. M cCorm ick, Laurel. . 14 40
soon be ready for the reaper.
O pen mt E ll h o u rs s ix d a y s in th e week, and 9:30
By request the authorized list o f pub
47 Geo. L. Baker, M id d leto n ... . 29.60
Groceries, Glassware and
lic school text books is republished.
48 S. A. K lin k , B eaverton.......... 197.60
again on the streets.
8 K E T H E W H I T E S W A N .
Sw in to n’s New W ord Analysis.
49 Joseph Pugh, G asto n .............. 27.20
Stoneware, Table and
New Separator Now Running
B arn es’ New N ational Readers.
5 1 B. C. H ollenbeck, Mt. Dale.
Pocket Cutlery, Spoons.
from a visit in Benton county.
W ebster’s dictionaries.
52 H. C. Pearson, F a rm in g to n .. 41.60
and milk wanted.
ICE A S O N A D L E H A T E S .
Dr. Cole from Forest Grove was in Brooms, Mop Sticks,
Spencerian system and copy books.
53 G . E . M ooberry, Cornelius
F is h ’s arithm etic, Nos. 1 and 2.
54 E . J . K u ratli, B eth an y.
. . 6 3.10
HK WESTERN HOUSE. forest G rove - - - - Oregon.
Butter Moulds, Ladles,
Brooks’ M ental A rithm etic.
Mr. Y o un k er o f this place is reported
55 A lfred Guerber, G len co e........ 56.80
and Wood and Willow
M onteith’s E lem en tary and Com pre to be quite sick with typhoid fever. He
57 M . S. Barnes, B eaverton ..
G K O . P O T E K T , P r o p r ie t o r .
is under the care o f Dr. Morrow.
58 J . M illar, F a rm in g to n ............ 34-85 hensive Geographies.
Ware of all kinds, Fish
T he Best Hotel for . . .
S m ith ’s series o f prim ary text books
59 Jo h n L oftis, G le n c o e .............. 42.40
We think that the tim es are getting
H O H B A C H ’S
ing Tackle and all Kinds
60 C. W. Hodges, K eed ville. . r6.cjo in Ph ysiology and H ygiene.
better as land buyers are com ing round.
C lean ,
B o a r d er s ,
o f Seeds.
61 Quintin T an nock, G lencoe.
Hop growers are round looking after
C o m fo rtable ,
F a rm ers ,
62jt D. C. Burton, Cedar M il l.. . 11.8 0 high and advanced schools.
pickers. T hey think that their crop
Tea and Coffee a Specialty C o n v e n i e n t .
Barnes’ Prim ary and B rie f H istory o f
T r a v elers .
63 C. S . R eyno ld s, G reenville. . 35.20
w ill be good, and the prospects are
64 W . IC. N ew ell, D ille y .............
20.80 the United States.
better for a fair price than last year.
F o r e s t G » o v k .......................... O r k c o n .
C A N D IE S,
65 G . W estinghouse, Glenwood 22.40
In th e b u sin e ss cen ter o f tk e c ity .
H enry McNumee is compelled to build
Barnes’ G eneral H istory.
66 Barnett Y . Roe, G aston . . . . 27.20
FR U IT S,
a fruit drier in order to take care o f his
M onteith’s Popular Science.
67jt J . A. Joh nson , Portland
R obinson’s Algebra and Geom etry.
68 W. H. W ier, Glencoe
D R IN K S,
69 Chas. Batem an, G ales C reek. 36.00
hay that was down to amount to an y
70 Laura J . N ichels, G le n c o e .. 15.20 keeping.
W ard’s Business Form s.
71 P ran k Edm onson, G reenville 32.40
Steele’s Chem istry, Botany, Physics,
72 J . H. R in ek , Buxton
73 I. C. Clutter, T u a la t in ..
G LEN C O E.
M axw ell’s F irst Book in Language.
74 C aspar Baum ann, B eth an y.
Mr. Charles Ross has returned home
Shaving made easy
M axw ell’s Introduction to E n glish from Astoria.
■ J S - i U i i - .Eilberkr4'aaMCU4(jlle. . . . 23 20
AT W1RTZ BROS.
76 J . H. K en nedy, G reenville. . 17.60 I Gram m ar.
Mrs. Dr. Sandford and fam ily are vis
Our Clubbing Offer.
M axw ell’s advanced E n glish G ram
77 C. R oekstroh , C orneliu s........ 59-2"
iting relatives in Clackam as county this
Wash and Be Clean at the Only
78 M. J . G leason, Buxton
a s h in g t o n C o u n t y H a t c h e t
Baths in Town.
Peterm an's C ivil G overnm ent, Oregon
79 Jero m e Palm ateer, Keedville.
and The Weekly Oregonian
Two doors South o f V erts H all.
80 J . A. M essinger, Laurel
$2.00 a year in advance.
the 4th with friends here.
Steele’s Popular Zoology.
J. H. W E SCO TT.
81 A n thon y W hite, Cedar M ill.
T h * W a s h in g t o n C o u n t y H a t c h e t
82 S . A . D urham , T ualatin
44.00 j N ational N um ber Tablets.
and 1 he Weekly 81111
are visiting relatives in this vicinity.
83 P . L . C o x, G ales Creek
19 .1s i Son g Wave.
$ 1.5 ° a year in advance.
G o w ’s M orals and Manners.
The binders will start up the latter
84jt L o u is Peterson, Glencoe.
86 Don M cQ uillan, H ayw ard.
Jo h o n n o t’s N ational H istory and H is
»7jt H. H. K ih b ey, Buxton
T he ball here on the 4th was more en
E. I». B R O W N ,
84 A. C am pbell, S h e rw o o d ...
97.60 torical series for prim ary and interm e jo yab le than the celebration to those
H O U SE O U T F IT T E R ,
89 G . N. H ale, H illsboro............. 49-<*' i diate schools.
that attended both.
. . The Carriage Painter . .
G eographical reader.
90 J . W. M cR oberts, Gules Creek 28.80
W hips, Saddles,
M A IN S T R E E T ,
The post office here is a m oney order
Irv in g ’s Sketch Book and T ales o f a
91 W. W . Lew is, D illey
B la n k « * , Harness,
F o r e s t G r o t e . S h o p , B o o . H o U rtin e , F O K K S T G R O V E L
C arriage Trim m ings.
9 jjt S . R . B ristow , M iddleton
S co tt’s Ivatihoe, L ad y o f the Lake,
94 J . H . Morton, Beaverton.
hop house for Robert Im brie.
B. R . Patton, R aleigh .
25 »5 Abl>ott, Marmion and W oodstock.
E d llogby, one of the passengers on
M cC auley’s E ssay on Chatham .
T . B. M cAdam s, N ew'berg.
Sh akesp ere’s Twelfth N igh t, Juliu s the train that was held up near Rose-
C . H e r m e n s , C en terville........
f u r n it u r e
19,20 Caesar, M erchant o f Venice and M id burg recently, is v isitin g relatives here.
E . J . Crabb, Buxton
He says it is not pleasant to have a re U n d e r ta k in g
summer N ig h t’s Dream.
bought a n d sold
volver stuck under his nose and ordered
W ebster’s Bunker H ill Orations.
C o u n t y S o li 0 0 1 N o t o s.
to hold up your hands.
D eCoverly Papers.
E m b a lm in g
School in District No. 43, Sh ad y Brook,
A rn old’s So h rab and Rustum.
A l l b in e s in S t o c k .
The people in this vicin ity have been
■ ended the 7th.
Mr. M. S. Cox was
Em erson’s Am erican Scholar.
FO REST GROVE
annoyed a great deal lately by petty
teacher -during the three m o n th s’ term,
R ee d ’s Word Lessons.
thieves. The principal articles taken
w hich was the third he had taught in the
M anson’s Series o f Spelling.
lately were ladies’ underwear from the
En rollm en t: 26 girls and 18 > Eclectic Series o f Drawing.
clothes lines at night, several suits have
JESSE B E A K E R ,
P r o f e s s i o lia i C a r ila .
S m ith ’s Studies o f E n glish Literature. been taken in the last three weeks. We
T h ir d D o o r So u th o f V e r t . H a ll .
M r. Chas. H anson’s school in District
W addy’s Composition.
think someone must be planning for the
No. 9, Glencoe, ended the 7th, after a
Eclectic G eography.
f o r e s t (¿ROVE.
bicycle races and intend to come out in
W. G . C O L E . P h . G ., M. D.,
term o f three mouths. Fifteen girls and
Also Plows, W agons. Buggies and Carts.
the bloomer costumes or else they have
15 boys were registered.
M cCorm ick Binders and Mowers.
a m ania for ladies’ apparel. The last
P h y s ic ia n a n d S u r g e o n ,
CO R N ELIU S.
Horse R akes and all kinds
O nly a very few cases o f corporal pun
o f Farm in g Implements.
Fran k H artm an left last week for .San
Teirphune No. 3.
ishm ent occurred during the three
Francisco where he will remain for some
P acific A v e .
FO R E 5 T GRO VE.
m onths’ term in the whole county
lio n’s mower last night.
Most of the schools are well supplied
Mr. and Mrs. Phillips o f W hiteson are
star lau n d r y
with charts, globes and other apparatus
L. K. A d am s .
visiting their daughter Mrs. George some m iscreants stole robes ami whips W. N . B A X R K rT .
CHAS. k . JACKSON
H. W. SCOTT.
and have necessary furniture. Buildings Hancock.
from the buggies. T hey also took the
B A R R E T T & AD A M S,
New Management. G i v e u«
are in fair condition and means o f v en ti
bolts out o f the reach o f one buggy and
a Trial, A ll Work War-
lation and water supply are good. Few
at the latter place, in a seven inning
o f the grounds, however, are reported as
First door mouth
happened to the occupants. I am glad
H il l s b o r o , O r e g o n .
gam e, Sunday, score, 3 1 —21.
to say that the party or parties do not
An ordinance was passed last week
belong in this city.
The Gaston school wdiich closed the
prohibiting cows with bells on from run
14th had an enrollm ent o f 28 g irls and
G lencoe and its v icin ity with its runa
ning at large at night.
» . B E A L , P ro p .
Homestead and R. R. Lands
Mr. Dwight Thom as was now sleep in peace.
ways, prize fights, sin ging school and D r . N i x o n ,
principal and Miss Rena Child assistant.
petty th ieving ought to furnish excite
The council is considering the advisa ment enough to satisfy the most fastid
T he term was six months.
U. S. Land Office Business a Specialty,
bility o f building a city hall.
ious. A couple o f our neighbors are
I n g l e s It l o c k ,
The R eed ville school, district No. 29,
N o u ry Public
r , „ , Bd Accident
W ilkes & C larke have put a force practicing up with b aie knuckles for the H o u r s
FO REST CR O V E
closed the 28th, alter a four m onths’
FOREST G R O VE.
term under Mr. H. A. Ball.
Twenty- pump in front o f their store and keep ring. Jan ies Corbett would do hiuisell a 9 a m. to 4 p. m
OX KGO N
L oan «, C o lle c t io n s
favor by givin g Glencoe the shake when Main Street
the street well sprinkled there.
eight boys and 33 girls were enrolled.
he visits the w est again. S in gin g school
The new livery stable is rapidly near- is progressing nicely «mi our teacher is
A book is kept in the county superin
tendent’s office for the registration o f
completion m d w ill be ready for oc- developing voices that unsuspecting peo
ple never dreamed o f liefore. One of L. C. W ALKER,
teachers desiring schools. Such infor cupancy in a week or two.
The Portland Upholsterer
our young bloods got beside him self or
m ation about them as is obtainable is
The heliographic signals o f a party o f by the side
ot f sonicI kk I v e ls e ami lo st his
In this way the school Ma/.amas on Mount Hood were seen from overcoat, last Sunday, but one o f our
Conveyancing and Surveying.
law requirem ent, that the superintendent here Su n day afternoon
of Upholsterer's goods
The messages busl,,1,>s n,en ,nakinK « professional visit
E xam in ed . N otary Public.
shall advise directors in their choice o f could have been easi.v Ir.n s l.Ie d had
on short notice
teachers, » met
D irectors can find re- anv one been fam iliar with the signals, up the coat and returned it to the«»wner. lE E IC K . P A C IFIC A V E N U « . N e « I f a c k r . «
Son • H ardw are Store
F«re»t G r o v e
H IL L SB O R O
A p p o rtio n m e n t.
T he'app ortiu ninen t o f county school
funds ju st made will enuble the many
d istrict* who ran behind through the
sm all spring division to clear themselves
aud_le*ve A b a la n c e in the treasury for
I i l l ’ A-.V
RIGS FOR . . .
. . . A Specialty.
Go to (¡R E EK 'S
1 he Choicest of
W H ILE YOU
W all Paper
C. L. HINMAN,
S. HUGHES & SON,
Hardware,. . .
. . . Tinware
H. W. SCOTT & CO.
J. I. KJMIGJHT,
General Fire Insurance
... and Loan Broker.
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