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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1807.
Lrofessi<>nal C a r d s .
G REER THE GRQCF.P
1 c. H. G E IG E R ,
p h y s ic ia n
HAS THE LEADING
F ifteen H onths
and s u r g e o n
-ijeiicf, Bowlby house, Pacific ave.,
tat of Forest Grove hotel.
liST GROVE, OREGON.
-ntloD p»i‘l to Medical and Surgical
itfomeu »»'• Children and all chronic
ARMSTRONG, M. D.
¡Successor to Dr. Ward,)
d e n t is t
OMAS H. TONGUE,
ill Work and Conveyancing.
H ILLSBORO, O r .
V. M. L A N G L E Y ,
n AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
Jy Prosecuting Attorney.
Collections a specialty.
-Up-stairs, Woods & Caples
F bed C. T hompson
¡INVESTORS AND BORROWERS
OPERTIES M ANAGED
3*1 and Conveyancing.
THOMPSON & SON
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tance the cost of sending.
WASHINGTON COUNTY HATCHET,
IRVIN A. CROWTHER, Prop. m u m i m m m m i m a m m
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jor Oregon Teacher’s Journul.
San Francisco Examiner.
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
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Forest Grove Laundry
- - - - - - - -and Dye House.
G A L E S S P U lt.
J. S. Newell commenced digging po
tatoes last Monday.
Mr. Lacourse, of the Grove, visited at
Geo. Beal’s home last Sunday.
The entire crop iu Wapato lake has
been threshed, the flax making a good
yield. A few more days of good weather
and the straw will be baled.
Three car loads of hay were shipped
from the Spur during the last week, one
by Frank Johnson, another by Mr.
Casen and the third by J. S. Newell.
W ill run a stage to Portland every Tuesday and Saturday; $1.00 for the
Mr. Geo. Kinton has moved to the
Grove, having rented a farm near the
round trip, 7 hours in the city. Engage seats day before.
town. Mr. Kinton was a good citizen
Special attention paid to Commercial Travelers
and we heartly recommed to him to any
Hunters and Fishermen
T a k e J o n e s ’ B u s to and from all tr a in s
There has been some petty thieving
B ag g ag e an d fr e i g h t c a lle d fo r a n d d e liv e r e d going on in this neighborhood. Some
body broke open the t ouse of G. N.
Miller and took quite a number of arti
cles one day last week while the family
were away from home. If this is pros
perity, we don’t want much of it.
The hunting season is now open and
sportsmen are taking advantage of it,
but there have been hunting seasons over
which Oregon had no jurisdiction. Dur
ing Cleveland’s administration the
president hunted ducks, working men
hunted jobs and money hunted its hole.
Now the president is hunting calamities,
the jobs are hunting the working men
and money is Hunting investment.
Last Friday seemed to be a day of
AND H A V E MORE COM ING
accidents in this part of the country, Mr.
Nell Johnson had three of his fingers
Have room for anything that’ll accommodate our customers— and make honest amputated by a steam saw. W . K.
Newell while attempting to move a wa
profit. Prices are low enough. Not too low for right quality.
gon hurt his back and has been confined
to his bed. W. W. I^ewis while feeding
Cowles’ hay press, slipped and fell and
the plunger caught his foot and bruised
Forest Grove, Next to Postoffice.
it so that he has to walk with crutches.
A few days previous August Roth re
ceived a severe scalp wound by a grain
cradle falling and the blade striking him
on the head.
w Fanners From THE BAZAR
. AT .
i s Harness Shop
OK MAIN STREET.
a stock of harness, whips,
! everything else kept in a
specialty o f a ll kinds of
r The Gold Regions.
¡nen sells tickets to the Koot-
; camps, including Rossland,
Bson, Ainsworth, Balfour,
■ id all points on the Great
Either first or
He is also resident agent
R. & N. Co.
c«r« Constipation For«vet.
.iV 18 Candv Cathartic. 10c or 25c.
4110 cure, druggists refund money.
«8 who make the greatest
words out of the phrase,
Attorney Wedderburn.” Tor
address the National Recor-
on , D. C.
■ »•nbody S a y s 80.
Cathartic, the most won
't disco very of the age, pleas-
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a; on ‘ t'lueys, liver and bowels,
"» entire system, dispel colds,
", lever , habitual constipation
” • Please buy and try a box
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50 cents. ¡Toldand
-»cure by all druggists.
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AH kmtis of Groceries, Glassware and Stoneware,
Q.a ,C <l” l ° cEet Cutlery, Spoons, Brooms, Mop
b mks, Butter Moulds, Ladles, Wood and Willow
\V are of all kid s, Fishing Tackle. Also a large
lot of all k i ds of Seeds I n B u l k .
i residence in Doctor Ward’s j
li0aSe on Pacific avenue.
sttention given to Diseases of ________
PB F.SfVRTPTTON DRUGGISTS.
GLEN W OOD.
Thos. A. Johnson has been quite ill.
^ Prescriptions Carefully Compounded by
F. Allen has gone into the sheep
^ an Experienced Pharmacist and from
business, having secured ten head as a
the Best and Freshest material.
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
Mr. and Mrs. Mendenhall, of Buxton,
visited Mr. and Mrs. D. McPherson
Subscriptions Received for the W a s h in g t o n C o u n t y H a t c h s t ,
Some of the farmers are busily en
gaged plowing preparatory to putting in
T hb C ou n ty N E W S pa pb r
their fall grain.
Studies for the fall term of school were
resumed last Monday under the charge
of Mr. John Jones of Forest Grove.
Brice Wilson assisted by a force of men
is having extensive repairs made to the
dam connected with his mill plant on
Mr. Austin Craig, editor of the
i A t c h s t , and Mr. John Jones of Forest
Grove, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Allen Sunday
Miss Anna Luster, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Todd and children, of Forest Grove, ar
rived here Saturday and were the gueete
of Mrs. Todd’s ami Miss Lnster’s
father, Wm. H. Luster.
Mrs. A. A. Scofield was agreeably sur
prised on the 14 th by a visit from her
sister, Mrs. Retta Post, of San Francisco,
whom she had not seen in twenty years.
Mrs. Post was accompanied by her
children, a daughter and three sons.
JVIAIN STREET, JHILLSBORO.
THE OLD WILTROUT MILL.
A ll Grades of
Rough and Dressed Lumber.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Specialty.
Running sores, indolent ulcers and
similar troubles, even though of many
year’s standing, may be cured by using
Hazel Halve. It
soothes, strengthens, and heals. It is
the great pile cun-. JrC. Clark, drug-
H ILL S B O K O .
J. M. Brown has a mammoth squash
weighing 107J4 pounds in his store
window. It was grown by Mr. Petera
west of town. The Independent office
has one nearly as large.
A brother of Elder T. F. Brown, from
Wabash, Ind., visited relatives here last
week and preached at the Christian
church Sunday morning and evening.
Pastor Dech of the Evange'dcal church,
visited Newberg last week returning by
way of Laurel where he preached Sun
Another bow’ ing alley is being con
structed adjoining the photograph gal
lery north of the post office.
R. B. Goodin has been tendered m
good position at the Insane asylum at
Conrad Schultnerich had the misfor
tune to get badly bruised by reason of
his buggy upsetting Monday. He is
getting along nicely at the present
County commissioners’ court was in
sessiot Wednesday, transacting sonic
There is no need of little children beii1 ”
tortured b, scald* head, i\ turn and skin
eruptions. DeWitt’s Witcli Hazel Salve
gives instant releifand cure-’ permanently.
J. C. Clak, Druggist.
IO W A H IL L .
Quite an epidemic of removals.
TH ATCH ER.
Mr. Christianson will be leaving us
and Bud Bunco returne 1
home last week.
Mrs. Talford contemplates a trip East
Miss Rose Cox and Miss Etta I,eac!i
in the 8])ring.
Mrs. Pearson lias got home-sick and is were the guests of Mrs. Tildenluat week.
going back to the Old Country in the
There will be a Sabbath school organ
ized next Sunday at 10 o’clock. Every
Mr. Lloyd Ingram, of Farmington, body is invited.
has rented Mr. Herman Boyd’s place on
The protracted meetings closed las*.
the shares for the coming year.
Monday evening and will commence
Rumor says that another of our again next Sunday evening. There have
batehelors has taken a better half. No been seven united with the church and
doubt the saw mill will sing a merrier more are anticipating.
tune now, John.
J. M, Thirswend, of Grosbeck, Tex.,
Mr. Henry Haase will no doubt be says that when h e h a s a spell of indiges
living on his own place next year. His
tion, and feels bad and sluggish, h e takes
married friends warn him that it is very
two of DeWitt’s Little Early Kisers i t
lonely without a cook.
night, and he is all right the next morn
Last Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Her ing. Many thousands of otuers do the
man Itoge and Miss Annie Boge left here same thing. Do you? J. C. Clark,
for their home in Illinois. They ex Druggist.
pect to be back next Spring.
T o r u r p C o n s tip a t io n F orever#
Mr. Henry Matthes and family will
Cnecurrt.e Cuudv CntVirU c. lOo oePfia
soon leave the Wm. Hoener place where
he has eeen living the last three years ■
and live on his own place west of Laurel. , W ork the Best
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 Risers for these complaints or you
would have been cured. They are small
pills hut great regulators. J. C. Clark,
s h a T j y b r o o k
I Prices the Lowest
Boot and Shoe Maker
N e xt door Hast o f
Dr. L arge’s Office
John Crance has also returned.
Don't Tnlinri n Mill nnil S m oko Year l.lfe Aw aj.
J. W. Jackson just threshed his wheat
T o q u it tobacco e a s ily and forever, be m ag
netic. fu ll o f life, norve and vigor, ta k e No-To
Ed. Northup’s infant child was buried line, th e wonder-worker, th at m ake« w eak m en
A ll dr jg g la ta , 50 c or II. C u re g u a ra n
on the 16th inst.
B ook let and sam ple free. A ddreac
Harve Northup and Ike Smith have | S te rlin g R em ed y O n , C h ica g o o r Mew York.
jnst returned from Tillamook.
Jack Frost paid us a visit on the night
In th e C ircuit Court o f th e State o f O regon for
of the 14th. No serious damage done.
W ashington County.
Mr. J. R. Mays ,of Glencoe, looks well E. T . Sim pson,
P la in tiff
and hearty since heretuined from South
P. Looney, Thos.
ern Oregon. His old customers can find Janies
A. Stephens, L izzie M.
him ready and willing to give them a
Sam uel W. Looney; L.
square deal in the store.
F. G raham , and M ary
K llen G raham , his wife,
Mr. Hollenbeck, of Mountaindale, is
trying to get a mill site near here. We To Jam es P. Looney, Sam uel W . Looney, L . F
sincerely hope that he may succeed, G rah am , and M ary E llen G raham , Defendant*:
In th e nam e o f the State o f Oregon, yon and
because it is rather too far to haul lum each o f you are h ereb y required to appear and
ber from the above place.
answ er th e am ended com plaint filed agminat
Enos Davis, of Glencoe, visited some you in th e above entitled suit, b y th e firat d ay
o f the n ext term o f th is court n ext following
of his old friends in this neighborhood the exp iration o f tlx w e e k s’ pu b lication of this
during the past week. His health has sum m ons, to-wit: B y th e fourth M onday of N o
beeu on the decline for about two years vem ber, 1897, bein g th e aand day o f said m onth;
and i f you fail so to appear and answer» for
and he is now quite feeble,
w ant thereof, th e p la in tiff w ill ap p ly to the
Mr. Shatnbur’s family picked up po- j court for th e re lie f prayed for in th e amended
tatoes two days this week on the shares \ com plaint filed again st you herein, to-wit: W ill
for W. C. Whitlock, also Mr. Kschman tak e ju d g m en t a gain st the defendants, Jamea
P. Looney, Th os. A. Stephens and U s s ie D r .
and family worked on the 16th on the ■
Stephen«, h is w ife, for th e sum of #1496.1$« to
shares. The result was 150 sacks were 1 geth er w ith interest thereon from Sept. 1, 1897,
taken out in three days, the yield was at th e rate o f 8 per cent, per snnum u ntil paid ;
for th e fu rth e r sum of $100 attorney ’s fees, and
about a half crop.
W a r n i n g : — Persons
who suffer from
coughs and colds should hec d the warn
ings of danger and save themselves suff
ering and fatal results by using One Min
ute Cough Cute. It is an infalliable rem
edy for coughs, colds, croup and all
throat and lung troubles. J. C. Clark,
M O U N T A IN D A L E .
for coats and disbursem ents herein, and ns
a gain st th e defendants, Sam uel W. L ooney and
L . F G raham , and M ary E llen G raham , trio
w ife, a decree d eclaring w hatever claim s or In
terests you and each o f you m ay claim to havn
again st th e prem ises h ereinafter described# an
subsequent and inferior to the claim o f p la in ts
h erein, and for a decree foreclosin g plaintMPa
m ortgage upon the follow in g described prep
erty, situate In W ashington County, State of Ore
gon, to-wit; South li of northwest K , and unrtfc
H o f sou th w est K , section a, tow n ship a# north
range 5, west o f W illam ette meridian# and
con tain in g 160 acres m ore or less, and that aaM
property be sold as upon execution, and h r
such oth er and further re lie f as to the conrt mny
seem ju st and equitable.
This summons is published by order o f th o
Honorable Thomas A. McBride, Judge o f aotd
county . Made and dated the 14th day of Jm t#
Mrs. Gardner has moved to Hillsboro.
Mise I.urah Cornelius is attending the
public school at Forest Grove.
Mr. John Connaughey has bought the
Baldwin place and moved on to it.
Mr. Wm. Hollenback is going to start
OHO. W Hasan,
a saw mill on Warren William’s place.
Attorney for FlatuMK
We wish him success.
Portland O r a p a
The United Brethren will bold their
next quarterly meeting at the Herriaon j Candy Cathartic. 3um constino
iw w .i h cti.. N:v.itt'c.T
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