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W A S H IN G T O N
C O L U M B IA A C A D E M Y .
B Tatniesie took a load of oat. to
Mr. Buchanan our post master is indis
the metropolis and received 23 cents
Mrs. Wiesenbach who ha* been quite bushel.
F. W. I.tpscliat'» horse is laid up with
sick is belter
Mrs. Schube, of Ilwaco, is viating her
County School Superintendent Craig
Mrs. Gibson who has been staying iu visited our school Monday, April 6.
guest of Mr. J. W. Hoodenpyl last Sun-
<>•> «'«l Monday. Mr. Phillip Hooden-
pyl accompanied him on his way back to
B E K D V IL L K .
Chas. Walters of Glencoe is the happy
Portland is home with her mother.
James Miller who is attending business father of a baby boy.
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Berdan,
college in Portland spent Sunday with
of North Plain, the young people of the
Mr. and Mr. York of Cornelius spent neighborhood met Friday evening, April
2, and had an enjoyable time. Those
a few days here.
present were Mrs. Blanchard, Nellie
Emma, the nine-year old daughter of
Bagiev, Louisa Bennett, Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Wheeler who has been suffering
Latamer, Mary and Christina Imlay,
from a broken leg is able to l>e around
Chas. Bennett, Ray Blanchard, Eber
Rice, Mark Berdan, Lowman Conner,
Adrian Dante and Mr. A. F. Anderson Bertha and Fred Handley, Nellie and
are in attendance at the Y . P. S. C. E. Frank Gordon, Nora and Flovd Brown.
Convention at Oregon City.
Vocal and instrumental music and games
Miss Bessie Wheeler who has been were enjoyed till 12 o’clock, when re
spenting a few weeks with relatives re freshments were served, and after 1
turned to the city last Monday after o’clock the company started for home,
O p t l—¡Pm being that the evening was
Harry Miller who has been staying at a most enjoyable one.
Ilwaco this winter is again in our vicinity.
Prof. Coleman, our principal, attended
the teachers meeting in Hillsboro last
The young folks tendered Miss Rosa
Hayes a pleasant surprise party last
Thursday evening at the residence of her
sister Mrs. Wheeler. An enjoyable even
ing was spent in games and charades
after which a lunch was served.
h I i
* « " • Anderson preached at this place
Saturday evening at 7:30 and Sunday
morning at 11 o’clock.
One of Mr. B. Roe’s children is afflicted
with quite a severe burn.
Mr. C. P Delap is very sick.
Linklater is the attending physician.
Ike Blodaoc was in tow n one d a v last o f P ^ n iin e n t rep u b lican s were present
from various parts of the county. The
Farmngton band was present and assisted
T. J. Beatty Attended the state repub
in the music. The exercises consisted of
lican convention last week as a delegate.
music, vocal and instrumental,and short
II. S . Hudson reports a fine time at speeches by various parties called out by
the first congressional district conven the audience.
T. W. Sain, of Forest Dale, was in town
We might tell you more about One
one day last week.
He is one of the
Minute Cough Cure, but you probably
leading republicans of that republican
know that it cures a cough.
does who has used it. It is a perfect
The republicans of this place will remedy
coughs, colds, hoarseness
meet ere long and then the campaign It is an especial favorite for children,
will be formally opened.
being pleasant to take and quick m
W I 5 L I K E •
( Í I V K S
Mr. J. Fuqua was greatly surprised
last week by the arrival of his son Victor
Victor says he likes it
there and is going back iti a fortnight.
Fish and Poultry
Mr. A. M. Spickelmier has his black
smith shop about completed.
The Country affords, im
..................................................Variety and at Moderati 1
A General Shipping Business.
Wholesale and Retail,
There is some prospect of having a
creamery here. Some men were looking
at a location Saturday.
. . . . Done in All Kinds of Dressed Poultry, Fati
Spring Lambs and Veal Calves.
BUYER A N D S E L L E R .
P ill« Do Not C u ra.
Pills do not cure Constipation. They
only aggravate. K arl’s Clovet Root Tea
gives perfect regularity of the bowels.
For sale at Clark’s drug store.
M a r k e t Q u o t a t io n s .
BY G R EER
F O R E S T CRj
Hillnboro Public School.
REjAL EST/rTE AG EM
Special Bargains in Twenty and Forty Acre
and Tillamook counties.
FO REST GROVE
W. A. I.O O U 1N , FRO P R IE T O It.
The Cornelius Mechanics’ Planing 1
. . M an u factu re A
in d s o k
Mechanics Building Material,
Mouldings. Brackets and
Stairbuilding a Specialty.
Coin, and See 1 s.
We can satisfy you in good, and price.
. . . .
C o r n e l l u « ,
01 A ) WILT ROUT Ml
GALES C R E E K .
All Grades of
Bough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
P r o m p t D eliv ery ,
E xcellen t Quality.
CHAS. HIATT, Fropi
271 ALDER S T R E E T
P O R T L A N D , OR.
u. C. HI HER. Prop.
T H E O N L Y First-*
S t rict ly T em p era n e»
rant in t h e e lty.
the home bakei
m a k e s a s p e c ia l t y o f
. . .
P r o d v c e r s S e l l i n g T r i c e .
. 15 to 30 cts.
torts, per do*.
10 to 13 cts. per lh.
7 cts. per lb.
.8 cts. per lb
t> cts. per lb
.7 to 8 cts per lb
13 to j o cts. per hundred lbs.
60 to 75 cts. per hundred lbs
aS to 4 cts per lb
4 to 5 cts per lb.
j S to 4 cts per lb
Si to $a.so per dos
f i to S3 per do*
S< to feso per do*.
8 to 10 cts per lb alive
green i to i He. dry 4 to 10c
13 to 40 cts. each
to 3 cts gross weight 4
to 4H cts. dressed
Si 3 « t o p
3I4 cts. per lb. dressed
4 to 4*4 cts. dressed
S3 cts. clear
14 fee is
Though it will make anything you wish to order in the
Confectionery, s,„la Water, Sandwiches.
Oysters in Aliy Style.
A lirst ( lass Grocery Store
• • • • is GBEKR THE i.liOl
All kinds cf (.roeeries, Glassware and Stone-
I '6 3nd Pock« Cutlery, Spoons
Brooms. fop Sticks, Butter Moulds, ¿ d ie s .
\°o d and \\ ,l lo w Ware of all kinds. Fish
ing Tackle and all kinds of Seeds.
Tea ami Coffee *
SELLS ONLY T H E B E S T OK
Mr. Raymond has been building a
pjc^ ct fcnce arouud his place.
curing J . C. Clark, druggist
HO B E R T H .
Miss Nellie Johnston is slowly recover
ing from an attack of LaGrippe.
Report had it current that John Fow
ler, cousin of A. E. Fowler, was almost
killed from a pile of lumber falling on
kim. but fortunately for John he was
Mr. Wm. Blutn has purchased an or
It was A. E .’s brother, J . J.
Fowler, who was at one time a merchant gan for bis daughter.
Mr*. Dickson and her two daughters
o f Gaaton, but the injury was not dan
started for the metropolis last Monday
Mr. James Bailey of Portland was the
Goat wool is selling at 35 cents
Burns are absolutely painless when
De W itt’s Witch Hazel .Salve is promptly
This statement is true.
perfect remedy for skin diseases, chapped
hands and lips, and never fails to cure
Piles. J. C. Clark, druggist.
The teachers of the Hillsboro public
school held at the school house, on Sat
urday last, an interesting institute, there
Mr. Morgan has sold eighty acres of being with them also Prof. Coleman of
A G rea t G e r m a n 's P re sc rip tio n .
the Reedville public school and U. S.
Diseased blood, constipation and kid
Mrs. Brunswick from near Hillsboro is McHargue who is teaching in district 21.
ney, liver and bowel troubles are cured
visiting her mother. Mrs. Keenan.
We might say Prin. Stanley called the
by Carl s Clover Root Tea.
George Mill r is teaching the spring meeting to order if we should conform
term at the Meecham school house on to the usual formality, but the fact is
the meeting was already in order. Prof.
V. A. Billion was in the metropolis Dairy Creek.
Mt. Vincent school commences next Coleman was unanimously chosen chair
man of the meeting, and U.S.McHargue
O. G. Barlow, J. J. Meacham and Monday with Mrs. Carrie Frutchey as
wfas chosen secretary.
George Whitley went to Portland Tues
Miss Humphreys read a paper 011
primary number work, evidencing that
Messrs. Hard and Duprey of Portland,
the children umW her charge in that
were doing business in our city Sunday. cleansing the blood. It builds up and branch are fortunate iti having a
strengthens constitutions impaired by
Mrs. E . M. Mays is visiting relatives
teacher so competent in developing the
disease. J. C. Clark, druggist.
in Clackamas county this week.
child mind in the right way.
Miss Boscow gave a paper on the sub
Mr. and Mrs. W. E . Mays who have
ject of common fractions, handling her
been viaiting in Benton Co. for the past
H IL L S B O R O ,
two weeks, are expected home Friday.
E. Hicks, of \ ancouver Barracks, subject well, though briefly.
Mr. West was next on the program
Bob Cornelius ami Julius Miller of c , ® e out Satur<1“ y
visit his parents,
He gave a good talk
Poverty Hill paid our city a flying visit Mr. M d Mrs. j . P. H tck. of this place,
Mrs. W. A. Laidlaw, of Portland, visited bringing out the difficulty that so many
are liable to experience; that children
James Wilson of the vicinity o f Green- in Hi!lsboro Su,,<ia5,• returninK Monday
are apt to come to think that they un
ville was in our city Tuesday, and re- " lurm"ti
derstand the subject when in fact they
ported of hearing very strange sounds in J Some few cases of measles are reported
After Mr. West’s talk decimals
hia neighborhood, and upon inveatiga- *n
city. They are thought to be an
were discussed at considerable length.
tion it was found that the sounds were importation from Portland,
Prin. Stanley expressed himself as not
caused by the Democrats and Populists
Ernest Stewart, now of The Dalles, is being well and for that reason wishing
jumping over on to our (Republican! visiting relatives here thia week,
to be excused from taking any extensive
j Attornies Barrett and Tongue were part in the discussion.
Grandmajohnson (whose house burned at Salem Monday, in the interest of the Mrs. Elliott, Miss Cronkite, and Messrs.
down on March 31) died last Sunday Pomeroy case.
West, Coleman and McHargue spoke on
from the injuries slu* received at the
\y R , Craig departed for Eugene Fri- the subject. Thoughts were developed
time of the fire. Her remains were in- day evening, where he expects to set up along the following lines: Care to have
terred in the Harrison cemetery Monday his creamery plant. The machinery pupils understand what they are doing
and household effects were forwarded the and not simply work for an answer.
The ratification meeting of the young next day.
By some practical work which the pupil
men’s club of this place was very well at-
Rev. W . R . Smith is reported to be can understand let the pupil see the
tended last Saturday night. The peo- Hlowly recovering from his recent illness. work done and the reason why, develop-
pie expected to hear Thomas. H. Ton-
ing the reasons for the rule.
The proposed Sunday band concert I
gue but circumstances was such that he .
. , comprehended use rule in work.
has been postponed until more favorable
could not be here, but he sent the Hon.
Miss Wilcox treated the subject of
weathei «-rts in.
W. N. Barrett to occupy the time and en-
penmanship and so proficient was her
lighten the people of this vicinity upon 1 The
l " ' S.
° P. R.
K ^ P 01 h»» not been work that we fancy the other teachers
the political issue, of the <Uy. We will burglarized yet this week up to the pre felt when she had finished it would be
forgive you this time T. H. but do not j ,e " t * rit nK-
very appropriate for them to keep quiet
disappoint us any more or you will not
A. B. Bailey returned home Monday on that subject, except, perchance, to
get that 40,000 majority that you were morning from Chicago, 111., where he venture a few questions.
has been studying dentistry. He con
A p rogram was arranged and another
templates opening an office here in the in stitu te was announced for tour weeks
C on su m p tion Cun H . C u red
from th is d ate, April I I .
A vote gf
By the use of Shiloh's Cure. This great
County Assessor Wilcox drew the bicy- th a n k s was ex ten d e d to chairman and
Cough Cure is the only known remedy cle in drawing last week. His neighbors sec retarv for th e ir presence and services.
for that terrible disease.
For sale at are anxiously waiting to see him take
Clark's drug store.
the first ride.
I t ’s just as easy to try One Minute
Miss Eva Hays left last Saturday for Cough Cure as any thing else. It’s
G ASTO N .
an extended sojourn at Mt. Vernon, easier to cure a severe cough or cold
The Gaston Co-operative Milling Com Washington.
with it. Let your next purchase for a
pany met and elected Mr. Peterson
The republican club held a rousing cough be One Minute Cough Cure. Bet
president of the company.
meeting at the court house Tuesday ter medicine; better result; better try it.
T. W. Sain lost a valuable cow ami evening to ratify the nomination ofT. H. J. C. Clark, druggist.
Tongue for Congress. Quite a number
horse one day last week.
A. C . Fowler made a flying trip to
Forest Grove one day last week.
R * I* P » A * N
Mr. Wm. Hoodenpyl of Tennessee is
visiting relatives in this vicinity.
Pure blood means good health. De
The crowd at Mr. M. Jones’ dance was
W itt’s Sarsaparilla purifies the blood,
small, but all enjoyed themselves.
cures Eruptions, Eczema, Scrofula, and
Mrs. Dhondt has been down sick with
all diseases arising from impure blood.
La.Grippe, for the past week.
J. C. Clark, druggist.
Mr. Charley Kern went to Portland
Thursday on business.
P U M P K IN HI D O E.
A number of young folks gathered to
Mrs. Swalwell of Tacoma is visiting her
gether at the residence of Mrs. Sadie parents here.
Johnson last Saturday evening and spent
A union Sunday school was organized
a very pleasant evening.
at Pleasant View Sunday.
Rev. Hughes of Hillsboro preached a
Burr Frutchey met with a slight ac
very interesting sermon at the school
cident at Andrew’s sawmill last week.
house last Sunday afternoon.
He was struck on the shoulder by a fall
Quite a number of the young people of ing dogwood about six inches in diame
Beaverton attended the literary last Fri ter.
day evening. An excellent program was
School began April 6th at Pleasant
View with Miss May Willis, teacher.
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