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A HO I T
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Il V T C I I F T . T i l I K S D V I .
W H IST
I . I S'.I.V
Only a few days in which to select a
The American Eagle is Sick.
P U K K L Y P K R S O .V A L
cape or cloak.
It you wish one made to
To close them out Ladies Fine Tan order to fit you, call this week and see
J . C. O ’R eilly o f Portland was in town
Oxfords, hand turned, in piccadillv or the full line from one o f the largest cloak Friday.
Square toe, at $1.40, form er price, f 2. manufacturies o f New York City, at
These goods are all guaranteed.
Good Tem plars hall.
The United States
G rkc ; c ; ’ s S h o e S t o r k .
The annual teachers’ institute for Col
Mrs. G regory o f Portland is visiting
According to the census o f Y
£- umbia county w ill be held at Clatskanie
A firmer grasp
ton county just completed the annual com m encing August 12 and closing on Mrs. Cox.
Than she did
output in agricultural products amounts August 16.
Mr. U m phlett o f D illey was in town
to $1,004,812. Considering that the en W atts is sparing no pains to m ake this W ednesday.
And a quarter
tire population o f the county is 1536a, it one of the most interesting and instruc- ,
E d w ard Kearney o f G ale s Creek was
is indeed an excellent show ing. W ash tivc sessions ever held in Columbia j
ington county has alw ays been one of county.
Prof. W. A. Wetzel, o f the
A. Porter of .Scoggins V alle y was in the j Business.
the banner counties o f the state.—Port Portland H igh school, has been secured
to conduct the normal work, w ho w ill be city Saturday.
Y o u Y an kees
Jan ies H. Pierce o f Portland visited 1 Dare not
H ighest driest lot in Forest Grove for assisted by other distinguished educators
the G rove Tuesday.
sale by A. B. Thomas.
county should not fail to attend, as
Miss Blanche M cN am er returned from | Silver
The Ladies’ W orking society o f the ample hotel accomm odations have been
M. E. church w ill give an ice cream arranged at the low'est rates, and a gen Portland Thursday.
festival on the cam pus on F rid a y even eral good time is assured to all.— St.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Caples returned to j S a y s so.
ing, Aug, 2, at the tim e o f the b nd Helens Mist.
Portland W ednesday.
W e’ve got you.
Ice cream and ice cream soda at the
F . W. Porter and M. H . Low rey o f
W anted—To exchange a W inchester Hom e Bakery.
The U. vS.
Gaston were here F rid ay .
shotgun fo ra good, gentle reliable horse.
And the rest
W. R. Coggesliell o f Toronto, Can.,
Inquire at H ibb’s cash store.
Of the w orld.
was in town today arranging for the ap- boro, wi re in town Tuesday.
The Crescent M ills o f M organ & pearauce here o f the Misses W ebling of
H. A. Moore, representing the W ilbur !
H aines are said to m ake the best flour in London, Eng.
Is Am erican freedom?
remedies, was in town Tuesday.
The Yan kees
I See Abbot ¿t Roe for all commission ;
Messrs. H ibbs and Ru ssell were in ! Are afraid
G o to Ab!>ot & R o e’s for harness.
Portland several days this week.
F rid ay night the band will give an
other entertainm ent in the open air
Sunday afternoon at the home o f the ! I,rietor- was in tow " W ednesday,
theatre beside the old W oods & Caples
J . W heelock M arsh returned Tuesday j Without E n g lan d ’ s
building. Around the W orld in E ig h ty groom ’s sister, Mrs. S. A. W alker, Miss
Minutes b y M. R. Cheney, Songs and KStella L. Foudray and C. D. K nighten ! from a Vacation trip to M t. Hood,
Specialties and the funny farce, “ Zacli- were united in m arriage ill the presence '
F . Edm onson and A. Bennett o f
arias’ F u n eral,” is the program m e. o f a few intim ate friends by the R ev. |
G reenville visited the ('»rove F rid av .
Y e Yankees,
A. Rogers. A pleasant wedding dinner
Seats 5 cents.
J . M. Jo n es has been chosen as teacher j Squirm .
Best o f wishes .r*. theirs
Liverine, a genuine liver and kidney
Squirm and bear it.
from numerous friends whom they have of the Bloom ing school for next year.
cure, for sale at M iller’s Pharm acy.
Joh n Bull
made during their stay here.
J . C. C lark spent M onday in Portland 1
Has got you
A m ilitary com pany for the G rove is ^
laying in new goods for the pharm acy. : Where
being talked of. It w ill put new blood
Sh e Lost Sl.'iO.
Mr. Burton went to his Nehalem | He wants
into the boys, straighten their shoulders
Mrs. Lott o f Gaston came to the Grove ranch Sunday and will return next Su n
and add wonderfully to the standing ol
F rid a y and drew’ money on a pension day.
E v ery encouragem ent should
check oi *ico . Sh e wrapped up the $io
be given to the movement.
Miss M artha T raver will begin teach
gold piece and $15 0 in greenbacks given
Lots in College addition goin g fast her at the bank in a piece o f paper inside ing a fall term o f school at W itch Hazel,
Does the business.
at fio o to $150 Per
Call soon or a wrapper of cloth and put it in her
— K aslo (B. C.) Prospector, Ju ly 1 1 , 95 -
best will be taken.
Win. Tinnerste of T illam ook passed
pocket, paying no attention to it until
L anc . l k v & S o n .
the next morning after she had gotten through here Satu rd ay bound for the
M on ey to l.onn.
T he cloth w’alls of the sum m er theatre home. W hen she came to look for it it Nehalem.
From $500 to $50,000, three to five
have been artistically decorated by Mr.
Prof. Moses Craig o f the C orvallis A g
years, at 8 per cent, on improved farms.
Met W agner with advertisem ents o f it. A visit to the Grove to trace it ricultural college was in tov. n several
N ix o n & C u r r ish ,
m any o f the leading business houses of proved fruitless and where it has d isap days the past week.
Forest d ro ve .
General Thorp and Colonel Britton
Paints, oils and glass at Abbot & R o e’s.
visited Colum bia county this w’eek to
look after land interests there.
Two first class agricultural hom e
Dr. C o le’s"new office in the rear o f the
City Drug Store . .
.1. V. B K IS B IN E , P rop rietor
Does not claim to be the only drug store in town
but does claim to have the la rg e st and Best
Selected Stock, the Best Facilities for keeping
stock Fresh, Clean and Pure.
Prescriptions will be accurately compounded
and none hut the best of drugs used. We are
here for fair and legitimate business and ask .a
share of your patronage.
W. A. ( i n o u m .
I’ K T K K L I N D ,
I D . rK II>A V.
The Cornelius Mechanics’ Planing Mill Co.
. . M an u factu re A
in d s o f
Mechanics' Building Material,
Mouldings, Brackets and
Stairbuilding a Specialty.
Cotne and See Us.
We can satisfy you in goods and price;
« . . .
C o r n e lltii» , O r e g o n .
WILSON RIVER ROAD~
To Tillamook, Netarts and the Coast
D u st
‘¿OOO Feet Low er Than Any O ther R oute
The Best Mountain Road and the Cheapest Rates of
Toil in the State.
A. W . SE V E R A N C E , R eceiver, T illa m o o k , Or.
10 Hours to Tillamook
. . Via Wilson River Road
Odd Fellows’ Officer!).
Bow lby pharm acy is com pleted. It lias
Joh n W hvte, a South A frican business steads, w agon road to same. En qu ire o f
C. E. Dc.Chilian, D. D. G . M., o f H ills
R. A. B r it t o n .
been tastefu lly painted on the outside boro, assisted by Past Grand H um phreys man, is visiting his sister-in-law , M r s
and has a neat appearance inside. It is and Noble Grand W ilkes, installed the Jan ies B. Im ly, of R cedville.
cosy and com fortable.
following officers for W ashington Lodge
Mr. Ho won, one o f the proprietors of Quarterly Teacher's Examination.
Notice is hereby given that for the
Yes, G reer the grocer has the finest No. 48, I. O. O. P\, for the present term: the H illsboro Argus, made the H a t c h k t
purpose o f m aking an exam ination o f all
P. G ., A. T. K n ox; N. G ., T. C. M cN a a social call while in town Saturday.
line o f teas and coffees in the city.
persons who m ay offer them selves as
mer; V. G ., Joh n Beal; S e c ’y, A. L. Mac-
The gold fever has struck this region
Mr. and Mrs. Fillm ore and son o f Los
let«!; Tit a s., Philip Beal; W arden, R . H.
candidates for teachers o f the schools o f L E A V E S F O R E S T G R O V E
L E A V E S T IL L A M O O K
and prospectors are out on every hand.
Angeles, Cal., arrived Satu rd ay and are
T aylor; Conductor, J . C. Greer; R. S. N.
i this county, the county school superin
Sun days, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
M ondays W ednesdays and Friday*.
visiting Prof. Marsh.
Mr. F illm o re re
The Dilley excitem ent still keep.) up and
tendent thereof w ill hold a public exam
G ., H. H. C lark; L . S. N. G ., W . L.
there are m any under various pretexts
turned M onday.
ON T H E R O A D .
ination in the county court house at
W agner; I. G ., W. Bellengher; O. G
exam in ing the surrounding country.
Dr. C. B. Sm ith o f C lackam as county, | H illsboro, at i o ’clock p. til., on the sec-
J . Reycraft.
Inquire o f T. C. M cN A M R R , P o k s s t O r o t x .
Persons wishing teeth extracted pain
a member o f tlu* last legislature, passed ond W ednesday in August, the 14th.
j through the city one day last week en Candidates for state papers should pre- M K I . h l J O H N S O N .
lessly should go to Dr. L arge. He w ill '
S. B . O i l . T I N .
T . ■l.dTA KK IS, N ota ry r u b l l o
1 route for Tillam ook.
adm inister chloroform, ether or the ;
sent them selves on Friday, the 16th,
Saturday the deeds were signed j
new preparation at either den tist’s. No wherebv Geo. T. Poteet traded ev fen the ' Mr. Hines o f Buxton and Mr. W. H.
Dated this 17 th day o f Ju ly , 1895.
charge to the patient if not satisfactory. \\ estern house properly for 150 acres ol | C roslev’s fam ily set off for Netarts,
A ustin C r a i g ,
land on the old Joh n W alker donation j
Jam es Dem psey has the lum ber and claim m ljoini.it 1. H. I.o-.very- plac< ’ Thur« 1‘1.v. « » P P « "« on the w ay one day County .School Superintendent o f W a sh - j
ington county, Oregon.
rock on the ground-for a new house on near Gaston. Mr. C. Carr become» pro ; and arriving there Sunday.
his lot 011 Second street, the G reenville prietor o f Cu hotel. Several parties at.
desirous ot renting the hotel. Mr. I’o-
teet will remain in charge for some
F o rty acre fruit ranch to trade for weeks yet. file trade was made through
the Forest (.»rove I,arid Company. Prop
town property by A. B.T hom as.
erly was valued at $50 jo .
H ay is com ing into the G rove nowa
days in great quantities. B ig loads are
passing every little w hile.
Follow ing is the crop bulletin for the
Mr. J . C. Clark o f the Bow lby Phar W illamette valley, em bracing Colum bia,
m acy m ay be found at night at Mrs. Multnomah, W ashington. Clackam as,
Marion, Y am hill, Polk, Linn, Benton
S lo a n ’s hotel if an ythin g is wanted in and Lane counties—The weather was
the drug line.
cloudy and cool, without rain, excellent
conditions for the harvest which is m ak
The planking across the slough be ing rapifl progress. Barley is a good
yond D airy creek on the G reenville road crop wherever grown. Fall-sown grain,
is in bad condition and should receive it is thought, will exceed the average.
The berry is plum p and o f superior
attention before an accident occurs.
quality. The heads o f grain are filling
full. There are no grain aphis to do any
harm. There w ill be a large crop o f late
potatoes. Blue plum s have commenced
to ripen. There is an abundance o f all
kinds o f fruit. Hops w ill make a good
crop; the}’ have started to burr.
The ladies o f the Cong, church held a recent cloudy weather caused the hop-
very successful ice cream social on the louse to inrrea.se, but so far no dam age
is done. Farm ers are well pleased with
church grounds last night.
Bargains in laud- E ig h ty acres join ing
the town o f Dilley, 60 under cultivation,
good house, barn and out buildings,
four hundred fruit trees and any quantity
o f small fruits. L ivin g water. All f«*r
That is the Issue Now
fifty dollars per acre on reasonable terms.
M idw ifery a specialty-. Anaestht /'s
adm inistered and
without pain by C. L. L arge M. D. of
Fo rest Grove.
WATER OR NO WATER
L a x g i . k y & S o n .
There will tie a Citizens’ meeting
in Verts hall. Saturday. August 3,
at 8 p. m.. to hear the rej»ort of
Joh n Prextel o f Tualatin has been
the committee on water supply.
bound over by Justice Day on the charge
o f com m itting rape on the person '»f his Every resident who is interested
little 12-year old step-daughter.—Oswego in the welfare and prosperity of
this city should he present as the
W anted— In Forest (»rove, small fur matter to Ite cotisidere I is of greater
nished house or rooms suitable for house importance than any or all other
keeping. Leave word at this office.
questions that have heretofore
At (Vales Creek Sunday 2b people were ; (.«»me b e fo re th e citizens o f th is
baptized. A numl>er from the Grove place.
Recommendations by the
committee will accompany the re
To loan—Some money.
port and it is both desirable and
E d w a r d L. N a y l o r .
important that an emphatic exnres
A. A. Phillips o f Cornelius made a sioti of a very large ]>er cent, o f the
pleasant call at the H a T c HKT offict voters be bad on the recommends-
while 111 the city Thursday.
ion at that time
An excellent line of Japan ese silks for
Come an yb o d y.
*\fen % w om en
ladies’ w aists 35 cents per yard af
a n d c h ild re n
Ail are directly in
Caples & Thom as.
terested in a supply of pure healthy
Dr. Parker has been appointed post
master at G reenville.
Bom— At Forest G rove, Or., on Ju ly
27. to the w ife o f A . C. Adam s of Sp*>-
k an c. W ash., a.daughter.
By Order of the Committee
R E jA L E S T / t T E A G E JM T S ,
L K. Corby, ot Aldric h Slater it Co.,
Portland was in the city W ednesday for
H avin g located perm anently in F o r
the purpose o f attending to the black
est G rove, Oregon, to practice den tistry i
boards o f the public school.
Mr. and Mrs. Thom as Roe, Mrs. E. H. in all its branches we kindly ask the j
M arsh, Misses Anna Roe and Belle patronage of all w ishing first class den
Clark and Mr. Chas.
hat tuck started tal services. Our prices are very reason- I FO R E ST GROVE
W m . T. L y o n .
Tuesday m orning for the h ills to pick able.
Office in the Ingles building.
in Twenty and Forty A ’ re
and Tillamook counties
Mr. and Mrs. T. J . W irtz, M iss Annie
Pomeroy and J . J . W irtz went to the
Notice is hereby given that I w ill re- i
Upper Nehalem M onday to fish, gather
berries and have an outing. T h ey will j reive at my office sealed bids for the po- i
j sition o f Jan ito r in the public schools o f j
return F rid ay .
said district. Bids to be opened on the !
Prof. Garrison and fa m ily have been 15th day o f A ug., 1895. The right to re- '
spending the last fo rtn ight in A m ity, je c t any or all bids is hereby reserved.
A a ro n W k i . i . s .
Y am h ill county, in the place where he ' C lerk Dist. No. 15.
first camped in Oregbn forty-nine years i
ago, and visited old acquaintances.
Miss Catherine Lansing, who has been
v isitin g Mrs. I. H. Hazel for three weeks.
returned home this m orning. Miss Lan-
sing is a mem ber o f the faculty o f Pacific
at Forest G ro v e .— Dalles
Prof. W. H. Powell,
Cottage G rove public
panied by his mother,
Tuesday driving from
North Y am h ill ti visit
principal o f the
was in the city
the Nehalem to
hi» sister. Mrs.
Mrs. Anna Bald rick o f University
l'ark . Portland, was in the city W ednes
day looking for a location to reside
where she m ight educate her children.
It is probable she will m ake Forest
G rove her home.
H A 1 K( -U TTIXG , L'Oc
GOOD W ORK
P. A. HARTMAN
Hugh**8 b Son’ll Sfora,
FOHEM T G K O V E .
Next I> tor p, S.
Mr. C. Fritz o f the Pacific Coast E n
graving Co. ia in town again after a trij
<»f several weeks in the interest o f th<
om panv. He visited Salem , Wood burn
New berg and other places and met witl.
He will lie busy some
»me filling the orders he received.
For no more than the cost of ordinary
country papers you can get the W a s h i n g t o n
C o u n t y H a t c h e t , giving four pages of news
from all over Washington county, and a
twelve page metropolitan weekly with the news
of the world and other valuable and interest
ing reading. The H a t c h e t is printed all at
home, $1 a year, with Weekly Sun, $1.50, with
Weekly Oregonian, $ 2 . The paper you ought
C. L. H I NMAN,
H OKSE O U T F IT T E R ,
Charley Cooper left last Sunday fo:
M A IS ST R E E T ,
Glencoe in W ashington county, accom
F o rm a t G r o v e .
panied by his grandm other, Mrs. Corey, Carriage Trim m ings.
who was returning home from a several
w eeks' visit to her son, Thos. Cooper, ot
this c ity.—St. Helens Mist.
M r.Christian,w ho form erly was in bus
iness here in the firm o f Christian &
Rice, returned Thursday from Southern
Oregon where for ten m onths he has
He brought back
specimens from his two claim s— one
quart/, and the other placer.
HAS. K. .Ml KSON
H. W. SCOTT.
H. W .SCOTTA
H<»ni»>»t«-ad a n
K. lain d*
la trato ti,
RACIER’ UNIVERSITY . . .
and Tualatin Academy.
T h e A c ad em y fits for the College.
It* graduates are admitted to
Amherst without examination.
It offers exceptional facilities for
obtaining a g e n e r a l E n g l i s h e d u c a t i o n .
T h e C o lleg e C ourses equal those of the leading Eastern insti
tutions. The C o nservatory op M usic gives instruction of the highest
order in Instrum ental and I'oeat Mûrie.
Expenses in all d etrim en t* unusually low.
F a ll T e rm
B o g in s S e p te m b e r IS ,
r . s I and I »HW Kusine** a S é r ia it ? , For specific information address.
In g le * B lo c k ,
FOREST G K O V E .
TH O M AS
H c l L E L L A l D , P r e s id e n t ,
Forest Orore, Oregon.