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About Washington County hatchet and Forest Grove times. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1896-1897 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1897)
KRUPT STOCK IN MINE!
m For up-to-date styles in Ladies’ and G ent’s Footwear, at
Lowest City Prices, call at
GREGG’S SI 1013 8
TT TOW N.
j on w ell im proved farms
or more at 8 per cen t.
Jy F. N ixon.
‘ d glass at A b b o t & K oe s
loans call oil H .
Sew School Officers.
C all and see H aines & B a iley 's dress
T o Loan— Some m oney.— Edw ard I..
S a v io r.
F resh oysters in every style at the j
Hom e Bakery.
Eor sale,— Fresh cows, seed w heat and
oats. J. S. N ew ell, D il'e y .
M ondav was the d ay o f the annua
school m eeting and the re-iults. so f ir
obtain able, are given below ; first ti<
director elected, then the clerk w ith in*'*
post office address and the num ber ol
children in the district betw een the ages
o f four and tw en ty years.
Star in d i
cates officer was re-elected.
No 3 A A Lit tel, E C Mulloy* Laurel. 90.
14 11 jt A J Hamrick, A M Porter Gaston (K J
D Hibbs was elected in place of Direct«»!
itton was d o in g business in
M oney to loan in sums to suit. Room s 44 18 T L M«»relock,* K bt Staph *n», P ogre»» 0
1 and 2, Shu te Building, H illsboro. Or. “ 19 Jacob Anderro, Chits T Sbatiuck. 11 1 >-
boro, 80 .
V H ain es returned M onday
N o tice.— A ll persons in debt to Dr. 44 20 jt Chat Keruger, A W Wright*Middleton3
Cole w ill please ca ll and settle th eir a c “ 28 W 8 Walker* Ja*B Miller,* Gadon, 40.
L Sapp in gton was in the counts.
44 28 jt J Skuza, T W Grant,* Scapp«»ose. 67.
44 30 J F Laff Tty, K P Lilly,* Giles ( reek. -.6.
la y .
A t the school m eeting held last Mon
44 32 jt A <J Davis, >1 I, Hates,* Gaston, ::0.
Dws and m ouldings a day E . A H yde was re-elected director 44 jt M G Keerz, J O Gust in, Middleton, 3$.
44 4 1 W K Whitney* Benton Phillips*Mauniup41
and F rank K a n e clerk.
A b b o tt & Roe.
“ 47 Chns Matthies-'U, red Kruege , Miduta
C all and see H tines & B a iley ’ s goods
you can get all kin ds o f
and get prices. T h eir spring goods are “ 48 John Henry, 8 A Kline.* Beaverton, 103.
fed fish o f A . T . Boos.
44 57 Chas Bernard,* M s Barites, Beaverton 70.
co in in g in very rapidly,
“ 59 Henry Jones,Mrs Abbie (Joburn*Glencoe48
I — T w o varieties, W h ite
•4 67 jt Fred l)wrig, John A Johnson, 5.5 Wash
Dr. R. H. H ovey and Mr. J. L. G regg
ted Chaff, at W aters &
ington st, Portland, 68.
were in Portland the forepart o f th e *• 79 Frank iiausafus, Jerome Palinateer*
w eek ami heard the famous Sousa hand.
t>ubled w ith C atarrh , Sore
“ 81 Fred Stucki, Peter Grosser!, cedar Mills, 71
Disease consult Dr. C.
44 87 jt Kiley l hom i*, eter J Lunds Buxton 28
Bros., prom inent hop buyers o f Y a m h ill
(Special election will be held to fill vacancy
ig fc ,
co u n ty, was in town co n tractin g for
ind g tv jftrlo u save your local fare to
44 88 L S McConnell, V Campbell* Sqerw od 135
hops Tuesday last.
•• 9.) F T Miller, J W Me Roberts* Gal s «’reek 6-
Cent, o u t v y i n g your R . R. tickets o f
91 J J Crowley, W W Lewis* Dilley,28,
F ra n k Hartm an was arrested last Tues
44 95 John Freecleeu, G O Bailey, Raliegh, 39.
Jt th e trest flour a lw ays call
“Success requires not someth ng u ‘w
To win applause and recognition,
But doing; that which others <lo
Beyond their range of Competition.”
H aines & B ailey w ill sell you good
goods and sell as cheap as anyone.
‘T cconi-^A^jjyg sen s first.
T h is is day at H illsboro and taken form the train
enroute to Portland on a charge o f an
¡c .n -i, a dem and for
abscon din g debtor.
Court House Sews.
we th e L
D u rin g the w eek Prof. V in to n F.
Probate:— In the m atter o f th e estate
get O U T S ’ r O aru.. _r Sundayed at
Cooper, a blind phren ologist o f some o f Wm. G uthrie, deceased.
t Coa-B ■ cM in nville. Miss V ivian
note, lectured to large audiences in and approved, G . M ath ies, John W al
g lteen*#a,lied her-
V erts hull on the science o f p h ren ology. and W m. M ainland appointed ap
ust Un-iiaSsiid cookies ju st lik e home
Bert B ow lby, who has been w orkin g praise rs.
H e H om e B akery cheaper
In re estate o f C h ristan n a H a ll, de
in W ard ’s drug store, started W ednesday
>ded to » » p a k e them .
for The Dalles where he has secured a ceased. Bond o f R . C ran d all executoi
tan<iW > L W ells, o f Portland, position in one o f the leading drug stores. filed and approved.
In re estate o f D arlin g Sm ith , deceastd
pe state leagu e o f rep u b li-
M arried— Miss M ary D ixou and Mr execu trix gran ted leave to sell personal
in tow n Tuesday.
R aym ond Dixon at the hom e o f the property at p ublic or private s d e for n
:rtb and W alter Cole went groom 's father, Mr. Jacob D ixon, on
less than appraised value, all notes to l>
fed n esn ay to hear S o u sa’s T h ursday, Feb. 25, by Rev J. VV. Starr
secured and to draw ten per cen t in tv i
w ill return F riday.
S h a v in g 10 cents, hair tu ttin g 20 cents est. Property exem pt from taxatio n st
S a in , o f S co g gin s valley, at the E agle parlor, n ext door to H ughes o ff to w idow.
'fe w days in the G rove vis- & S o n ’s hardw are store. G ood work
In re estate o f Sarah J. M ull, deceast d
friend Miss E ttie Patton. and courteous attention. Drop in and Ordered that real p roperty o f said estaw
excep t a 13-acre tract devised to Clia-
id eb ted to H a ttram p f Bros. see us. Johnny L iles, propiietor.
W illo u gh by, be sold for o n e-h alf cash it
Jl ahd settle a t once that
Mr. Edw ard H ack received the first
m ay be prom ptly closed prize o f $25 offered b y W . A. Burpee & hand, balan ce, not to exceed six m onth
tim e, at 8 per cen t, secured by fir-
Co. for the heaviest head o f Danish
m ortgage, co n veyan ce at cost o f pur g
rent— Store buildin g and Island oats. T his was 16 inches long, chaser.
llin g and about one acre and w eighed 28-32 o f an ounce. It bore
In re estate o f W m . D em ing, deceased.
llley, on term s to suit pur- 273 spikelets con tain in g 769 grains.
F ilial account filed and set for hearing
49 ! Sunday evening services at th e C on on M oudayi A pril 5, 1897. at 10 o 'clo ck
. L arge, reports a d au gh ter gregation al church w ill be given up to a. in.
In re estate o f Jesse C ornelius, de
pounds horn to the wife o f W om an ’s Foreign M isionary Society.
B ellin gh er o f this city the An interesting musical and literary pro ceased. R eport o f sale o f real property
gram w ill be given. A collection w ill he filed and approved and co n veyan ce o i-
th in stant.
taken up in response to ati appeal from dered made.
ughes started for Baker the executive hoard.
In re estate o f R obt. J. P atton, de
even in g. H e w ill spend
Personal prop erty set over to
i Eastern Oregon lookin g
widow and m inor children .
In re estate o f J. P. V a u gh n , deceased
d ay to try that new preparation for the
office bu ild in g has a ve ty extraction o f teeth adm inistered by R eport of sale o f real p roperty filed am
nee in its new coat o f ligh t Doctor C. L. L arge. She was very m uch approved, and con veyan ce ordered.
jd w ith w hite, w hich it re- j elated with the dentist, D octor H o v ey 's
In re estate o f Wm. G ilp in , deceased
Mr. Dolstrom during the extractin g, also w ith the pleasant effect W ill probated and execu to r ordered to
giv e bonds for the sum o f fjuoo.
o f the rem edy adm inistered.
In re estate o f M. W ren, deceased
aeriff V augh n reports a rob-
The W ashington C o u n ty M ills were G. W. Marsh appointed adm inistrator
C hinese cam p at D illey. shut down the forepart o f this Week on
w ith bonds at J jojo . C. H. Blanchard,
s o f pants and a lookin g glass account o f havin g to add more m achinery
Eff. L. S ch eiffelin , and John W . Com e
A sm all lo o k in g glass was in order to attend to their increase o f
lius, appointed appraisers.
n w hich a nam e was w ritten. j business. T h ey ate at present gettin g
Ir. re estate o f John K a y , deceased
e seen around th at vicin ity out an order o f fifteen carloads of flour
Report ol sale o f real prop erty filed all-
is suspected that they* were w hich must he ready for shipm en t bv
con veyan ce ordered m ade.
the 28th o f this month.
Law D o ck et.— R. H . W a lker vs J<-hn
;, in side o f one m inute, re-
m idt. Sale o f real estate herein ai d
The follow ing letters are unclaim ed
M iss D aisy L au gh lin o f this
and advertised at the postoffice: Mrs 1 heretofore m ade confirm ed.
y , under the influence o f the
M a rria g e s — M ary L Berdan and Id t
A . C harnw orth, Mrs. A . E usebia D ixon,
adm inistered by Dr.. C. L.
M ary Horstman, Mrs» Lena LUndberg, Perkins; H arry C lark and Bird Brown;
nteen difficult teeth to ex-
Miss G eorgia R css. Joel V. Brown, J. M. W m. Balw ell and D olly Poole.
w itnessed the
E dgar, Sam uel J. Ennis, John V . H ale,
ix tr a c tin g , rem arked that
M r F . J. H am tnersley, Sam uel B. Jones,
able “ d a n d y ” at it.
Mr. Jack M arten, N ath an iel D. M oore,
Eleven acres adjoin in g P'orest G rove,
ful p arty was given F rid ay Mr. A lbert W alker.
6 acres in bearing fruit trees, balance in
the Misses G rah am , H ibbs
A pleasant party Was giVeh last T ues h ay and pasture, 8 room house w ill
I at the hom e o f th e last
day evenin g by Mr. and Mrs. G eo. Sloan bath room , all n icely finished, al9o ban
usic, gam es and refreshment»
h a y shed, p o u ltry house, e tc ., fine loca-
th e en tertain in g program . in honor o f Mr. Bert B ow lby. w ho went
’ tion, also large lot in tow n. A ddress,
sent were: M isses G raham ,
A. M il l k r ,
secured a position with a d ruggist. D ane
ssell, G leason , B ailey and
Forest G ro ve, O regon.
Messrs. B ills, T urpin , G ates,
d eligh tfu l refreshm ents were served.
:r, T ongue and T reve Jones.
T he guests were: Mr. and Mrs. N ew ell
's office was thronged w ith M acrum , Mr. and Mrs. Jacob W irtz. Mrs.
I f you are en titled to an in crease t-
d n esday, one o f them being Maud V augh n; Messrs. A rth ur Caples,
M yers, w ho had ridden on Chris. V augh n and Bonnie N ew by.
pension, em ploy J. H . Dolstrum . H e hs
from the N ehalem to have
had several y e a rs ’ exp erien ce w ith tl
G en. T horp has received his appoint pension departm ent at W ashin gton,
3 teeth, and to try th a t new
en by Dr. C. L . L arge. Sh e m ent as national lecturer and organizer C. He also m akes a sp ecialty of mak
pleased w ith his clever operat- for O regon, W ashington and Idaho, o f out pension papers, and all kinds
II pleased w ith the effect o f the Junior O rder o f U n ited A m erican n otarial w ork. L on g term loans on hi
M echanic* and will begin his work March m ortgage on im proved farm s ind
H edy adm inistered.
1. His friends are gratified at th is re co g property well insured.
se was given M esdam es A. T.
nition o f his worth, and the order is to be
J. H. D o l s t r o m , J
K a te T a y lo r, F rid a y , by th e
congratulated upon h a vin g secured the
e R e lief Corps on the occasion
H hday an n iversary. A very services o f so elegant an orator and so
¡ternoon was passed. Those estim able a gen tlem an .
Dr. R. H. H ovey h a vin g located i
:: M esdam e- Boos, T ay lo r,
Forest G rove for the p ractice o f dentist
jrp , l^tvnolds, Anderson,
tak es th is m ethod o f in fo rm in g the p
“ausen, K een e, D. Sm ith , E.
F ew realize th a t each squirrel destroys lie th a t he is prepared to do anv work
liap elle, C h een y, Pearsons,
$1.50 worth o f grain a n n u ally. W ake- th at line. O ffice in In gle* & Portei
W A. C rosiey and Brown.
l e t s Squirrel and G o ph er E x term in a tor b u ild in g.
cs' W o rk in g S o cie ty o f the is the most effective ami econom ical poi
-p al chu rch was entertain ed son know n. Brice reduced to 30 cents.
e o f Mrs. C . W . R ansom , F or sale by J. C . C la rk , druggist.
T he society is
Persons w ho are su b ject to a tta ck s <
ood w ork in m akin g arti-
bilious co lic w ill he pleased to know th»
Card of Thank*.
co m fo it o f those w ho need
prom pt relief m a y be had by tak ii
I desire to express m y th an k s to Con C h am b e rla in 's C o lic, C h o lera am i Iha
Parker, o f Portland, and Mrs.
Mrs. B aker, g r e g a t io n ! V . P S. C. E. . L ad ies' W o rk rhiea R em ed y, and if tak en as soon >
x-cn quite ill, was p resent, in g S o cie ty , and o th er friends, for th e first indication of th e disease a
eased to sec her so m uch im- special favor* received,
pear», it w ill prevent th e a tta ck , I
THAT IS WHAT WE DO.
We are not like the Hind Wheel of a Wagon
Always Following in an Old hut,
But we are Pushers, Always Striving for a Still Larger Business.
W H Y
N O T?
We are not simply “Dealers in Drugs” but we are
And our Care, Skill and Precision in Dispensing Insure our
Customers the Best Possible Results and Guar
antee Them Against Errors.
WHO FILLS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AND FAMILY RECEIPTS?
W e M ake a Specialty of th is D epartm ent.
W e Hake No Extra Charge for Delivering Goods.
Prescriptions left at Our Pharmacy by Your Physician, or Sent to Us,
will .Receive Our Best Attention and the Medicine will
be Promptly Sent to Your Home.
DON’T BLAME YOUR PHYSICIAN
IP MEDICINE PRESCRIBED B Y HIM DOES NOT H A V E THE
RESULTS ARE G EN ER ALLY
PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY W H E N
RELIABLE DRUGS ARE USED.
Drugs of Extra Purity a Specialty!
ALL DRUGS AND MEDICINES USED IN PRESCRIPTIONS OR
SOLD ARE OF THE BEST Q U A LIT Y.
E. W. Dixon.
calc by J. C. Clark. Diuggiet.
Standard Patent Medicines.
We also Carry a Large Stock of the Finest
AMERICAN, FRENCH AND ENGLISH
PIONEER DRUG STORE,
FOREST GROVE - • - OREGON.