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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1897.
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H AS TH E LE A D IN G
F if t e e n
and s u r g e o n
est g r o v e ,
O r e g o n .
I.rtpntlon paid to Medical and S u rreal
i Women and Children and all chronic
in V ili
to Dr. Ward,)
in Doctor Ward’s
j house on Pacific avenue.
I attention given to Diseases of
D EN TIST,
AH kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
a le and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and Willow
W are of all kinds, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
lot of all kinds of Seeds I n B u l k .
TEA AND COFFEE A SPECIALTY.
Forest Grove Laundry
— —- - - - - - and Dye House.
FO R EST GROVE
Ito 4 P-m-
We do all kinds of Laundry Work in the best possible
manner. Any work left with us will be promptly at
tended to. We guarantee all our work. Our prices are
cheaper than Portland prices. Your patronage will be
THOMAS H. TONGUE,
TORN E Y - A T - L AW,
0. BALDWIN, Manager.
» bo , W ashington C o u n t y , O k .
SMITH & BOWMAN,
JO K E S ’ S T flB liE
tarial Work and Conveyancing.
H 1 I.I.SBORO, O il.
I S;Morgan Blk.
W. M. L A N G L E Y ,
KEY AND COUNSELOR A T LAW
kuty Prosecuting Attorney.
Collections a specialty.
Je-lTp-stairs, Woods & Caples
|T ho » pson
F red C. T hompson
pniE INVESTORS AND BORROWERS
feoted and Conveyancing. T rust and
ü business transacted. N otary Fu'Jk'.
THOMPSON & SON
»ao’s Harness Shop
ON MAIN STR EET.
1 a stock of harness, whips,
land everything else kept in a
iss harness shop.
1 a specialty of all kinds of
Vtnen sells tickets to the Koot-
Kning camps, including Rossland,
Nelson, Ainsworth, Balfour,
1 and all points on the Great
Either first or
•dclass. He is also resident agent
^0 R. & N. Co.
F ! nre C on stipation F o r « v e t .
^Cascarets Candy Cathartic. 10c or 23c.
vu (all to cure, druggists refund money.
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ThE C oun T y N EW S paper
T H E O LD W IL T R O U T M IL L .
gales c r e e k
All Grades of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
K iln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
L o w P r ic e s .
P r o m p t D e li v e r y ,
h »« «nffered for year* with a
blights hN life and robs him of
T nukes life worth livin g, if h© ran
■•i ai a complete rnre, why not posse*»
to «top hig downward pour»©,
you by mail, absolutely fret», in
* the All-Powerful Dr. Hoim an’s
**Tr* Tablet« with a legal gnrrarit©©
*re 1,«» o f Manhood, 8elf-abu *©
*** Varicocele, stops forever night
^ all unnatural drain*. Returns
nor recipe deception, l i w©
*© wottld not pend oar medic in#
pay uhen satisfied.
»ot *1*4 ar again.
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C oun tv H a t c h * , .
CHAS. HIATT, Propriptor.
E x cellen t Q u a lity.
P * »Ith us in the Discovery.
KEEpy Ô Ü s ë Ô « î r s STRO NG ALL SU M M ER I
~ ¡ANDY CATHARTIC
D&U ê -SSSS
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nd ask them to compare it with any
Iu remitting deduct from your remit-
im m u m im iim m m m m
F IR .
Oregon’s cool »nd frosty nights are
Ed Hughes called on neighbors in this
vicinity on the 3d inst.
Rich Reycraft and family visited at
Phillips from Sept. 30 to Oct. 4.
The hoppickers have all returned
home, supposedly with full pockets.
Walter Collins made his parents at
Fir a visit recently and returned to Scap-
jKxise Sept, 13.
Mrs. J. J. Patton intends living in the
Hiatt house for the winter so as to be
near her school.
Thrashing is drawing to a close with
wheat at a good price and wages coming
up, but still some silver bugs are growl
Messrs. Boos and Smith have been
hauling up their dried prunes from the
drier at < »ales Creek. All kinds of fruit
is plentiful this year in our vicinity.
Small precautions often prevent great
mischiefs. DeWitt’s Little Early Kiser*
are very small pills in sixe, but are most
effective iu preventing the mutt serious
forms of liver and stomach troubles.
They cure constipation and
and retrula*/ the 1 rowels, i
IIS w eekly and expenses. Position permane»«.
Reference. Enclose self-addressed stam ped en
velope. T h e N ational. Star B u ild in g, Onloai
Certainly you don’t want to suffer
with dyspepsia, constipation, sick head
ache, sallow skin and loss of appetite.
You have never tried DeWitt’s Little
Early Kisers for these complaints or you
would have been cured. They are small
pills but great regulators. J. C. Clark,
Rem arkable Cure of Uhrimie
In 1862, when I served my country a*
a private in Company A, 167th Penn
sylvania Volunteers, I contracted chrenic
diarrhoea. It gives me a great deal oY
trouble ever since. I have tried a doaen
different medicines and several promi
nent doctors without any permanent re
lief. Not long ago a friend sent me •
sample bottle of Chainberlatn’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, aad
after that I bought and took, a 5o-ceat
bottle; and now I can say that I am en
tirely cured. I cannot be thankful
enough to you for this great remedy, ami
recommend it to all suffering veteraaa.
If in doubt write me. Yours gratefully,
Henry Steinberger, Allentown, Pa.
Sold b y j. C. Clark, druggist.
N T E D —S E V E R A L F A IT H F U L MEN O *
W omen to tra ve l for responsible eelab-
W A Ushed
house lu Oregon. Salary IT 80 , payable
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Wf.Ctmly Cathartic, the most won-
«edical discovery of the age. pleas-
refreshing to the taste, act gently
J“vely on kidneys, liver and bowels,
the entire system, dis(>el colds,
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S O M E T H IN G N E W
For The Gold Regions.
F. Rowell talks of attending Business
College in Portland.
Mrs. E. E. Schmeltzertransacted busi-
nes: in Hillsboro Monday.
Miss Martha York, of Reedville, was
the guest of Mrs. LaRue this week.
Marrs Bros, have rented J. A. Suther
land farm and will reside in Scholls the
Mr. and Mrs. Sornson, of Reedville,
visited the latter’s mother at Scholls the
first of the week.
Will run a stage to Portland every Tuesday and Saturday; $ 1.00 for the
D. B. Emerick took a load of oats to
the city Tuesday for which he realized
round trip, 7 hours in the city. Engage seats day before.
34 cents per bushel.
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
C. Gotchalk and family are moving to
Hunters and Fishermen
McMinnville this week where they will
T a k e Jones’ Bus to and fro m a ll tr a in s
reside iu the future.
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Jos. Barbow has rented his farm and
moved to the city for the purpose of
educating his daughter.
Died Sept. 30, at his home on Mt.
Side, Mr. Courtney Hitchcock. Burial
was in Mt. Side cemetery.
Messrs. Wohlslegal, Miller and Brooks
are hauling their bailed hay to market.
We understand they are selling at $12
Roy Schmeltzer had three of his
fingers crushed Thursday while playing
with a feed chopper. He was taken to
Portland for treatment.
J. A. Sutherland, our genial black
smith, has moved to McMinnville. A
AND HAVE MORE COMING
gentleman from Progress will fill the
vacancy caused by Mr. Sutherland.
Messrs. L. Miller and M. Gordon and
Have room for anything that’ll accommodate our customers— and make honest
Mollie Miller and Alice Frazer of
profit. Prices are low enough. Not too low for right quality.
this place, left Monday for Hood River
wliere they will visit relatives and en
joy life for Jwo weeks.
Mrs. D. B. Emrick and Master Claude
Forest Grove, Next to Postoffice.
visited Portland this week and report
the return of Frank Turk who started
with the boom for Klondyke, but got
enough of it by the the time he got to
lake Linderman and turned back.
ited -qoo Farmers From
I TO BUY HARNESS
H onth s
L-ridencs, Howlby house, Pacific ave.,
r«stof Forest Grove hotel.
SH ER W O O D .
Mr. Dietz is building a new onion
Mr. C. S. Ha
.eturned to Portland
Miss Emma ller is teaching the Parrot
Lee Smock is having his house
painted this week.
Ora Young will attend school at La-
Fayette this year.
Mr. J. E. Young and family have re
turned to Sherwood.
The public school opened this week
with good attendance.
Mrs. Eldredge will arrive at home on
Thursday of this week.
The Sand Pit school opened this week
with Mr. Watt as teacher.
Miss Bertha Deitz is staying at t ie
home of Dr. Schroeder at Tualatin.
Mr. Ellston, of Forest Grove, visited
our Good Templar’s Lodge Monday
Little Annie Owens was very sick the
first of the week but is better at this
Fillmore Johnson and John Seat« n
have rented the Williams farm fo*r the
Joe Morback will remove his brother
from the hospital to this place as soon as
the doctors consider it safe.
A party of young people gathered at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Barber last
Monday evening to celebrate Mrs. Bar
ber’s birthday. They report a pleasant
To heal the broken and diseased tis
sues, to soothe the irritated surfaces, to
instantly relieve and to permanently
cure is the mission of DeWitt’s Witch
Hazel Salve. J. C. Clark, druggist.
E d u c a t e T o o t D o w e ls W it h C u se a re ta .
Candy Cathartic, oure constipation forever.
lOo, 28c. I f C. C. C. fall, druggists refund money.
Dr. R. H. Hovey having located it
Forest Grove for the practice of dentistry
takes this method of informing the pub
lic that he is prepared to do any work in
that line. Office in Ingles & Porter’»
N o -T o -B a c f o r F i f t y Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco bablt euro, makes
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Reasons Why Chamberlain’s Coiie
Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy is the Best.
1. Because it affords almost instant
relief in case of pain in the stomach,
colic and cholera morbus.
2. Because it is the only remedy that
never fails in the most severe cases of
dysentery and chronic diarrhoea.
3. Because it is the only remedy that
will cure chronic diarrhoea.
4. Because it is the only remedy that
will prevent bilious colic.
5. Because it is the only remedy that
will cure epidemical dysentery.
6. Because it is the only remedy that
can always be depended upon in ca30 of
7. Because it is the most prompt and
most reliable medicine in use for bow
8. Because it produces no bad result*.
9. Because it is pleasant and safe to
10. Because it has saved the Uvea of
more people than any other medicine iu
the world. The 25 and 50c sices for sale
by J. C. Clark, druggist.
T o C u r e C o n st tvuit Ion F o re v e r *
Ooiitlv O ’ tliurtie. lOo o r í
When Baby was sfex. we gars her Oaatoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for CVutoHa
Whan She became Mias, she chug to Castas*
When she had Chlldrea. she gars tlnsn O m S*
In the Circuit Court o f th e State o f <
W ashington Coun ty.
The postmistress returned home from
Portland last Monday from a pleasant B. T . Sim pson, Plain tiff
visit with her daughter.
James P. Looney, Thos.
Rev. Brock and Rev. Snyder are hold A . Stephens, Lixsie M.
ing protract'd meetings at this place and Sam uel W. Looney; L-
day meetings will commence next Thurs E llen C rah am , h is wife,
day. All are invited to come.
T o Jam es P. Looney, Sam uel W . L o oney, 1 ». F
Mr. Thomas and Bad Bunce came G raham , and M ary E lle n G raham ,
home and stayed a few days with their
In th e nam e o f th e State o f Oregon,
parents and friends and returned to each o f you are h ereby required to af
Quincie last Monday where they are en answ er th e am ended complaint fil’d again st
you In th e above en titled suit, by th e flnt day
gaged in the railroad work.
o f the n e a t term o f th is cou rt n eat fotkmfiait
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett, of Gaston, at the eapiration o f sia w eeks’ publication of th is
tended the funeral of their son-in-law summ ons, to-w it: By the fourth Monday of N o
vem ber, 1897, b ein g the ?and day of aaid month;
Mr. Alexander McDonal, who died in and if you fail so to appear and answer, for
California and was bnried in the Buxton w ant thereof, th e p la in tiff will apply to the
court lor th e re lie f prayed for in the amended
com plaint filed against you herein, to-wit: W ill
“ Let me give you a pointer," aaid M. tak e ju d g m en t against th e defendanta, James
P. Rooney, T hos. A. Stephens and Uscfte M .
F. Grtgg, a popular conductor on the | Stephens, h is w ife, for th e sum of
Missouri Pacific railroad.
"D o you ; geth er w ith interest thereon from Sept, i, 1897,
know that Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera i at th e rate o f 8 per cent, per annum until paid;
and Diarrhoea Remedy cures you when j for th e fu rth er sum of $100 a ttorn ey's fees, and
for costs and disbursem ents h erein, and aa
yon have the stomach ache? Well, it against th e defendants, Sam uel W . Looney and
does." And after giving this friendly ; h . P. G raham , and M ary E lle n Graham, hfia
bit of advice, the jolly conductor passed wife, a decree d eclaring w h atever claims or In
on down the «isle
it is a fact that terests you and each o f you m ay
against the prem ises h ereinafter
thousauds of railroad and traveling men subsequent and inferior to th e «
never take a trip without a bottle of this herein, ar.d for a decree
Remedy, which is the beat cure for bowel m ortgage upon th e follow in g described \
disorders in the world. 25 and 50 cent erty. to*wit: South 4 r, o f northw est K, and I
% o f southw est «4, stction 2, tow n ship f,
bottles for sale by J. C. Clark, druggist. range 5, w est o f W illam ette meridian,
containing :f«o acres m ere o r le w , and 1
Rheumatism, which is caused by an property be sold as upon execution,
acid in the blood, is cured by the use of such other and further re lie f a v to th e <
Ayer's 3 rsaparilia. External treatment seem ju st and equitable.
is of no avail. Until the blood is thor Tbt'4 stim m ons Is published b y <
oughly cleansed of alt impurities, it is use H onorable Thom as A. M cBride,
less to expect th ; cure of a -y disease. county ; Made and dated the ,4 th d
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