Washington County hatchet and Forest Grove times. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1896-1897, December 31, 1896, Image 5

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[ >!r j, II Hibbs visited the Grove b'ri-
B. C. Filbert, of Greenville, was
K . a yesterday.
t f j . T. Fletcher, o f Gales City, vis-
i the Grove Saturday.
Ethel Merry roan, of Hillsboro, is
the Misses McDonald.
ting
Ijlr. J. I). Hibbs, the Gaston merchant,
ml Christmas in the Grove,
Rockers to suit every pocket book at
Furniture Store
Feople desiring bargains ■ sill f,;„l them
now at Hair.ea & Bailey’.,
For laundry, kitchen or bath, nothing
equals Soap Foam. A, T. Boos.
»
Hoe Cake wrrppers are worth i cent
apiece. Ask for i’remium book.
Money to loan in sums to suit. Rooms
' and a, Shute Building. Hillsboro, Or.
Those rocking chairs.
Faints, oils and glass at Abbot & Roe’s
To I.oan— Some money.— Edward L.
Naylor.
I sell Hoe Cake.
A. T. Boos.
Oil meal at Hartrampf Bros.' F’eed
Store.
The Blue and the Gray.
Mr. C. W. Hudson, of Gaston, spent:
of shoes at Caples & Saturday in town.
For watch repairing, it pays to go to
Haines & Bailey w ill pay 12 cents for Reynolds, opposite Boos’.
38-43
choice lots of wool.
Mr. C. W. Harding came down to the
The l*raon having Dr. Large's betl-pan Grove from Gaston Tuesday.
will oblige him by returning it.
All styles of toes in ladies’ and gent's
On and after Dec. u , all dealing must rubbers. Gregg's Shoe Store.
Ire Strictly cash. Gregg's Shoe Store.
Mr. Bert I>orter was married Wedn„ .
New stock
Thomas.
Both men and women are apt to feel a little
blue, when the gray hairs begin to show. It’s
a very natural feeling. In the normal condition
of things gray hairs belong to advanced age.
They have no business whitening the head of
man or woman, who has not begun to go
down the slope of life. As a matter of fact,
the hair turns gray regardless of age, or of
life's seasons ; sometimes it is whitened by
sickness, but more often from lack of care.
When the hair fades or turns gray there’s no
need to resort to hair dyes. The normal color
of the hair is restored and retained by the use of
Miss Rose Wilcox passed through the
«.rove Tuesday en route for her claim at
|jtr. and Mrs. C. W. Ransome visited Buxton,
rtlsml Friday and Saturday.
Haines & Bailey are doing a rushing (^ay *° Miss Bates of Patton valley. The
Wash your white clothing with Soap
gr. and Mrs. Will Gordon spent l oam, and they will never turn yellow. business now. their clearance sale is on. family from here attended the wedding.
Us at the home of Senator Hughes.
A. T. Boos.
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Mr. I. R. Hogan, of Glenwood, re- i The Portland police recently ane*ted
|Mrs. Louis Wilcox, of Scoggins Valley
Don’t let the cat lick the dishes, but turned from Portland to his ranch yester- a man f°r impersonating an officer be-
cause he got.a drink ir. a saloon without
I Friday and was buried Saturday.
make nice soft soap with Soap Foam. dar-
Did
vou
nnHr*
n..ra
„...1
Pa>inK f°r
Directions
on
each
package
»
you
notice
how
pure
and
white
j
Bice —All persons in debt to Dr.
Soap Foam washing powder looks? j H you want to patronize home in-
^!e will please call and sett . their ac-
Dr. Hiatt will trade a good pacing
A. T. Boos.
* J dustry go to the Forest Grove Mauu-
unts.
horse, fine driver or rider, for a good
a large line of Seth Thomas clocks at fafct“ rin« comPan>’
»“ ¡Ming materia!
|non't let your wife go without a good j
cow- frcsh or will be.
A y e r ’s Cureboolc. “ a sto ry o f cures to ld by the cu red.”
lower prices than lormerlv— i °, h*“ " <|UaUt-V’ beUer m“ ke a" ‘l
when they are so cheap at Smith’s
Miss Florence Contris who lias been much
ioo pages, free. J. C. A y e r Co., I.o w e ll, Mass.
Barnes the leweler.
cheaper than those bought in Portland.
visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs.
I will keep up to date. Just received,
T h ' S° U,h Tua,a,in creamery, after a
|jH those indebted to the Miller Phar- ’ ,r - Hovey, returned to Salem Tuesday.
, will please call and settle, and
Messrs. E. W. Haines and John E. the latest in ladies' button shoes. See mng. During the interval milk had to
Gregg's Show Window.
*cosl-
Uai|ey with their families attended the
be hauled to Farmington and the cream-
An interesting entertainment was | ery there hail to be run to its utmost •
[(you are troubled with Catarrh, Sort Hfagguwer- G a t e s «redding 1;: HU
given in Verts hall Tuesday evening be­ limit, four tons a day having been re- i
Ù j!x ï& .a Ù
Iroatorl.ung Disease consult Dr. C. Wednesday.
fore a fair sized and appreciative audience ceived, it is said.
ICriser.
Ladies’ allwool vests tor 50 cents, and
by the Women’s Foreign Missionary
For Sale Cheap— One-half interest in a
Hiines & Hailey carry a very large men's the same. Rubber shoes for la­ society of the M. IS. church.
flour mill, 30 barrel capacity, full-roller
U of general merchandise which they dies, gents and children, at Mrs. Reim s
To exchange.— I have property in La- process, machinery all new, 24-inch burr!
store. Cornelius.
■ it the lowest price.
Favette to trade fora small piece of land, feed mill, water power, 30 Victor Turbin i
Special sale for 30 days in Ladies’ improved and near Forest Grove. Also
pyou buy Iloe cake soap of Caples &
wheel under 11 feet head. This mill is
toss, the soap wrapper will not lace shoes, very latest city style, in all have property in McMinnville to trade. doing a good business, and is a good in- j
widths #2.50 former price $3 00. Gregg's What have vou to offer? Address, A. D.
(you one cent a piece.
vestment.— Forest Grove Land Co.
Shoe Store.
1
Haskins, LaFayette, Oregon.
lat bucket syrup at 75 cents is keep-
Boys’ suits for $1.75 and pants for 50
jBoos busy selling it. The genuine | Dr. Ransom, of Gaston, leaves this
To Trade.— A good farm of 173 acres • cents. Vou can get bargains at Mrs.
1 week for his former home in Michigan for a drug store; 80 acres under eultiva- j Keim ’s store at Cornelius,
faoska sorghum is a favorite too.
1 to resume the practice which he left when tion, all fenced, house 18x24 with L 14x16
I number from town attended the he came to Oregon.
The sequel to Monday night’s street j
story and a half, 7 rooms, 4 barns, spring
{ of Mr. Bert Porter to Miss i
- | j scrap was the arrest of the man who re- I
Geo. Naylor sold a saddle horse to bouse, hop house, furnace, poles, sacks, j sented being insulted and his being fined
he*in Patton valley Wednesday.
Wm. Frazier of Portland this week for 10 acres of hops; # mile *o school, 7 $3 and costs in Justice court in addition
|G o to Tom Madigan's to get vour $ioo, a pretty fair price for these times miles to railroad.— Forest Grove Land Co.
to the $5 the recorder had taxed him.
A T
You may lie sure he will give but it was a good animal.
A mi nature explosiou occurred Satur­ So far the other party has not been
|ubargain. Just give him a call.
Mr. P. M. Corum, of Hillsboro, was in day but no great damage was. done. called upon for contributions to the pub-!
. Peter Burnett, formerly pastor of town Saturday. Mr. Corum has com­ Mr. Wells’ wood saw’ was at work at lie purse, but he is likely to be before .
(Christian church here, was in town pleted his term of school at Columbia Mrs. Hallett’s residence opposite the long. This is free country, but free
(forepart of the week visiting friends. and intends entering Monmouth Normal public school wht n the lioiler bursted, fights arc not upon the free list.
scattering fragments promiscuously and
Un enjoyable evening was spent Wed- as a student.
clouding the air with steam. It proved
Card of Thanks.
lay at the home of Mr. Joe Bailey,
Hon. Sam Stott, a political orator of
to be only one section and the loss is
I rq by Miss Blanche Bailey in honor the Yamhill line, was held up in Port- ^
I
wish
to
extend my heart-felt thanks
^
to those who so kindly assisted me
|their guest. Master Verne Roberts.
land last week and freed of his silver to
Death.— Mrs. Louis Wilcox, of Scog- through my late misfortune, the sickness
The success of our former A n n u a l S a l e s lias
>ctor C. L. Large reports a daughter the tune of $2 as he w’as returning from
gin
valley who died on Dec. 24th, of con­ and death of my husband.
an
evening
call.
Igbing eleven pounds, born to the
Mrs. Sarah Reed.
sumption, aged 27 years, was buried on
|fc of our railroad ticket agent here,
vj! decided us t> again offer our I m m e n s e S t o c k of
Delphos lodge K. of P. will install its the 26th at Gaston. The funeral was
■ William Glaze, the twenty-sixth officers at the regular convention Satur­
largely attended by many friends, Rev.
The True Remedy.
lint. They are both happy the re- day night. The installation of Dslpha
u2 G oon s at C l e a r a n c e P rices before taking our in-
Hatch officiated.
The remains rvcrc
W.
M.
Repine,
editor Tiskiltva, 111 .,
kbeing tnat which they wished.
temple, Rathbone Sisters, comes next interred in the Almoran Hill’s cemetery.
“ Chief,” says: “ We won’t keep house
pejurv in the case of Bert Bowl by, Wednesday night.
-■d ventory.
\Y e owe our success to the fact that we
She was the mother of two children, without Dr. King’s New Discovery for
nsed of selling liquor to minors, after
The grand master of the state grange, one of whom survives her.
Consumption, Coughs and Colds. E x­
iderable delib .‘ ration brought in a Patrons of Husbandry, will visit the
d o just what we a d v e r t i s e .
Among the many ways in which men perimented with many others, but never
lictof guilty and Tuesday he was local grange next Saturday. Officers
got
the
true
remedy
until
we
used
Dr.
j
dfco and costs. E. W. Ward plead will be installed and there will also be can be inveigled into giving something King’s New Discovery. No other remedy J
Ry to a similar charge and was fined degree work. Candidates should present for nothing, cooperative insurance is can take it« place in our home, as in it I
^nd costs The other indictments themselves at that time to receive the one of the most delusive. Outwardly it we have a certain and sure cure for
appears fair enough but people should
W e will not compare our regular price and
nbt pressed. The pros- cutirg at- first two degrees.
remember
that agents do not scour the Coughs, Colds, Whooping Coughs, etc.”
ley, Mr. Cleeton, spoke in the Grove
It
is
idle
to
experiment
with
other
rein-
{
Notice is hereby given that a caucus country in search of business for glory |
t night on which it was alleged the
clearance prices here, but ask you to call at our
will be held at Verts hall, Wednesday but for the commissions. The company edies, even if they are urged on you as 1
ktor was sold.
i morning, January 6, at 10 o’clock sharp. does not profit by these fees but the just as good as Dr. King’s New Discovery. ,
storerooms and satisfy yourself by comparing our
If your grocer does net sell Hoe Cake to nominate city officers for the ensuing agent. When losses come the only They are not as good, because this rein- j
lap find one that does.
year, viz: One Mayor, one Recorder, one resource is the assessment and if they edy has a record of cures and besides is I
guaranteed. It never fails to satisfy. !
cut prices with what they ask elsewhere.
|A prominent citizen has suggested Treasurer, one City Marshal, and three become heavy a large part of the sub­ Trial bottles free at the Millar phar- j
Councilmen.
By
Order
of
Committee.
scribers
w
’ill
probably
refuse
payment
■ tthe work of marshal, street superin-
macy.
eot, bookkeeper and collector for
The dance Christmas night was well and drop out of the company, leaving
nothing
to
pay
losses.
The
cheapest
in­
kelectric light and water plant and attended and passed off nicely. The
S H K ItIF F S A L K .
^installing and cutting off be all put arrangements were perfect and it was a surance is that which is most secure. It
: have great bargains to offer in D r e s s
In the c ircu it Court o f the State o f Oregon for
Pn one competent man and that he be merry company. The morning whistle is throwing money away to pay anything j the county o f Washington.
as
a
premium
in
a
shaky
company.
|1 a fair salary so that he could devote was blowing at the electric light plant as
In pursuance o f the decree and order o f sale
F u r n is h in g G oons, C l o t h i n g , H a t s ,
Either carry good insurance or none.
| rendered in the Circu it court o f the State of
(full time. In this way one person the party broke up.
.
.
,
, I Oregon for the County o f W ashington, on the ad
be responsible for all matters
Just received, a new stock of ladies dliy o(
|u ib e ca.cof K .E .R a n -
Darling Smith, of Patton valley, aged
AND S h o e s , R u b b e r s , etc.
Prices are
ich now escape attention because they about 80 years, died at his home at 4 la e e sh oes in t h e v e r y la t e s t c i t y s ty le s , i dall and F. J. Randall, her h tub.nd. vs. Chris H.
f nobody’s business would be attended o’clock Monday morning.
Peterson, Christina Peterson and N. II. W lnyren,
See
Gregg’s
show
window.
While at
reduced in all lines. Here is your chance
• defendants, I w ill expose for sale and sell as the
pnd considerable saving made.
his barn the other day, a door fell
As St. John’s Day this year came law directs, at the fron t door o f the County
against
him,
and
the
injury,
owing
to
Court
House
o
f
said
county
on
the
1st
day
of
largest and best assortment of
upon Sunday the Masonic festival was
to buy good staple goods for holiday gifts.
February, 1897, at the hour o f teu o'clock a. m.,
:kers ever brought to Forest Grove [ his very feeble condition, paralyzed him, observed on Monday.
The hall was the real property described in said decree j
received at Sm ith’s Furniture Store. ! and he succumbed to the accident. He tastefully decorated with festoons of nam ely: A ll o f lo t num ber 2 in Carden Home
was in very feeble health for a number evergreen and in its new dress of paper according to the pint o f said Garden Home, all
fights livened Monday's usual
of years. He was a man much esteemed and paint looked very homelike. A in W ashington county, Oregon, as plated in said
is— and black eyes are yet left to
County and State at paiye 862 o f book 2 of deeds.
and had brought up several children.
striking feature was a handsome Eastern Said lots being a part o f the southeast quarter
S' it. In both instances the immedi-
|caose of action was questioning the | Doors, windows and mouldings a Star of large proportions, made from o f sectiou 24, township 1 south, range 1 west o f
ter's veracitv. The knock outset- Portland prices. Abbott
Koe.
tissue p,per of emblematic colors, which the W illam ette meridian.
a\bbott & Roe.
Haid decree being in favor o f the plaintiff* for
the first one but the other got into
cjty churches held a union service graced the East. Masons and their I the sum o f 1200 00 and interest at eigh t per cent. I
**• A doctor called a prominent pro- Sunday evening in the M. E. Church in families with a few friends who had from October 16, 1896, and for $2'».00 attorney
M oney to L o a n .
ionist a liar four or five times and (1,e interests of good citizenship in an- shown special courtesies to the craft | fees and |2G.OO costs, and for fiViO.OO and interest
( at eight per ceut. from October 30, 1H9«>, and j
which
If was "pasted” . The prohibition- tjcipation of the coming city election made up a congenial company
! 166.00 attorney fees and fo r a decree in favor o f 1
Promptly made a deposit with the Rev A Rogers presided and made the fi"ed tlle spacious lodge room. Senator N. G . W ingren o f 6226.00 and Interest at teu per !
Wder to cover his fine and soon after I 0pcnjng address and was followed by S. Hughes, past junior grand warden, 1 cent, from October 20, 18)4, and for 62'i.OO attor-
acted as master of ceremonies and in­ I ney fees.
' »rested.
'
Rev. Messrs. Clapp and Starr. A quartet
P
Said property being sold t> satisfy the two
stalling officer for the Masonic lodge.
Messrs.
Starr
Sr.
and
Jr.,
Stachr
and
P'do not claim to be the only drug
After prayer by Rev. A. Rogers, Dr. W. judgm ents above named tir»t and second the
Will
Smith.
Mr.
Geo.
I..
Haskell
spoke
last ju dgm en t and decree above named.
tin the world but we do sell holiday
O r A ny O t h e r K ind o f
G. Cole read an address on “ Masonry’s ! Hillsboro. Oregon, Decem ber:«). 1896.
* the cheapest. Miller Pharmacy. for the young people.
Place in History” by Vice President
W. D. BRADFORD.
Thomas J. Reed died at his home near
Sheriff o f Washington County.
tried— At the home of the bride's Dilley of cardiac dropsy, aged 72 years. Adlai Stevenson, grand orator of Illinois.
, R w W ilbur,
at*in Salem, on Thursday, Dec. 24, Mr. Reed came to this state at an early Officers elect for Holbrook A. F. & A. M.
%
Attorney for Plaintiff'.
39-4-:
were brought forward by Mr. J. C. Clark
•« Catherine, daughter of Mr. and ¡ , y , nd fil<d on . donation land claim.
»
® OF THE t? ®
Chester Lansing to Mr. James Rood
, familv of five girls, two of as grand marshal and installed for the
ensuing
masonic
year:
Austin
Craig,
W.
rison. The P. U. faculty was well whom are living, Mrs. W. E. McLeod
p*ntcd on the occasion. The newly and Miss Lena Reed, of Dilley. He was M.; Dr. W. G. Cole, S. W.; J. Shepherd,
p**» people came on to Forest Grove a man of sterling worth and a respected J. W.; S. Hughes, treas.; S. G. Hughes,
t [a home was awaiting them. The citizen, a kind father and devoted hus­ sec'y; SI. E. Dilley, tiler; H. I). Jones,
W e have many bargains and now is the t i m e t o i n v e s t .
•graduated from Pacific University band, and he will be greatly missed by S. IX; Chas. F. Miller, J. D.; Levi Smith,
Write for Price List.
IJone, and the groom occupies the those who knew him best. He was S. S.; J. C. Clark, I. S. Suitable music
X
f» f History. A wide circle of friends buried Tuesday in the Naylor cemetery. by the Walker orchestra was interspersed
througout the program. Mrs. J. C.
p best of wishes for their happiness.
FO R EST GROVE. O R E G O N .
At the way Haines & Bailey sell cloth ¡g
Robb, _
past matron, then proceeded to
P * pork and Kraut barrels for sale inR, dress goods and ladies’ jackets, they ¡nstau officers for Forest Chapter, O. E
*. 3 ■Æ ’’ -
will soon dispose of their entire stock.
g . Mrs. Flora Smith, W. M .; Austin
Attention. Veterans.
Special Notice.
j *
'?-
If w.uare entitled to an increase of
•• M argaret Hillman gave a progres-
The postoffice has received its author!- Craig. W. P.; Mrs. Georgia Hughes,
To all those who have been inquiring
« » o r party last evening at her , ation to issue foreign money orders and A M ; Mrs Ada Hughes, conductress;
about fancy chain for Christmas I would pension, employ J. H. Dolstrum. He bat
«81 home on seventh street in it, supplies. The office will be moved to Mrs. Flora Hinman, assoc conductress;
sey that I will have a very fine line in had - veral year’s experience wilh the
•»Mis, Anna Myers Those en- it, nfw quarters next to the H a TCHKT E.W . Hainea. chaplain; Miss May L.
about the first of next week. Handsome, pension department at Washington, D.
»the entertainment of the evening office w a, to open for business there Rogers, sec’>; Geo. L. Smith, treasurer;
unique, durable and cheap.— G. L. Smith. C. lie also makes a specialty of making
ont r nsion paper*, and all kinds of
*rs. C. I.. Hinman, Misses Mar- Monday. The building has been nicely Mrs. Mollie Miller marshal Staroffi-|
■ Ada. Miss Etta Shepherd; Ruth.
notarial work. Widows’ pension papers
Hinman, Mal.le Hinman. Carrie fitted up and will hr « tv comfortab e
Rlpans
Tabules.
Mrs. E. W. Haines; Esther, Mrs. Shep­
rnadi out free of charge. First door
'Anna McDonald, EthelMerriman, qiwrters <or l ncle Sam’* locsl
Ripan, Tabules; at druggists.
cast i f H atch et office.
.
'«•H- Marie Clark, Eugene Tomp- u tiv „ . Electric lights have been in- herd; Martha. Mrs Camélia Cole; Electa,
Ripana Tabules cure dizziness.
J. H. huUTZOX, J. P.
Inis I’arker \ n n . Myers, Miss ,.allfd The street is also being planked Mrs. Christina Jones; Mrs. M E. Dilley.
'
TGnOVE.06«.
Ripans Tabules cure headache.
i.. Grace
Grace in front
___ _ „ of f Ihc
the building and the sidewa.k warder; M. E. Dilley, sentinel A ban-
"• Miss Frances Myers, M
Miss
Ripana
Tabnle«:
one
gives
relief.
rr.n—*KvirRfti.
r%iTnrrL Mrs
i'*CT 9 Ä t
quet was served in the hall below to
•rtntn to 4 « vcl /i.r ro-j*
V
Messrs. Claude Hallett, Ererl will be raised and widened to eight feet
Rlpans Tabnles: for sour stomach.
ifhr-
•nw»
in
O
m
w
n
,
8«J»nr fr*o. j *y*4»l*
ill be continued which a hundred sat down. The day was
- Jäi
1> •**•! ••xp«;«#*“ '. |*oi»itlnn
P-John Miller, F. S. Myers, J. M. The same improvement
Rlpans Tabules cure liver troubles
closed
with
confering
in
the
M.
M.
De­
>*’P. fc llflt M Mtli'd'îüfFtilF'l ■»tHIilfH'fi «
Id
;
Safe.
a .
^ Frank Hinman, Fred Clayson, past the H a TCHKT office an l Mr. I fan-
I \el«n • T h e N a tio n a l, sta r liullci i«f. « bl< a#»
gree in the evening.
ner's
property
to
Main
street.
Pnjson and A. A. Atkinson.
A yer’s Hair Vigor.
Here We
Are Again!
FOURTH ANNUAL
CLEARANCE SALE
iH A If iE S
I
& B R I L t E Y ’S
BEGAN FRIDAY, DEC, 11th.
m
— HAINES & BAILEY.
Buy a Farm,
Buy a Lot.
Buy a House an d Lot.
R E A L
NOT CHEAPEST
ssali
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FR
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BUT THE BEST.
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F orest G rove L and C o .
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