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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1903)
T H E W A S H IN G T O b
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1 has been in Portland working, during
| the past year or two'.'is'at "IRSmS visit
ing with her mother and sister in
Shady Brook.---- ^Miss Nora Mill#*
has returned to Portland after spenl
T IG A R D V IL L E .
Tigardville, Au* ‘ 19'.-»-Mrs. Voegel- Ing a few week» Hith her parentl.
ein and family w|]r le*#e rin the 19tr Mr. ’*nd Mrs. H. W * Miller, in Shad
Inst., for Nebiaska f*r a visit with Brook.----- Mr. W esr% t
relatives and friends.— - M r . Bertrum have returned from Garibaldi, where
Frewing. Miss Florence Koener and ! they spent a few weeks.----- Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Frewing hav« gone to | Grace Connell has gone to Portland.
the Coast for a short vacation.----- W e | where she will accompany her son
are glad to hear of the Improvement of Samuel to Long Beach, Wash.-----
Mrs. A. W. Smith, who has been on Miss Lizzie Gordon is at home from
the sick list for the past month.----- Portland, where she has been staying
Mr. John Hoh.nan has returned from during the past year. She will re
ft trip through the Eastrn states. While main home for a few months before
on the trip he visited the interesting returning to her w ork — Messrs. O. G.
points and old historical places of the Barlow and J. W. Sewell passed
Eastern cities.----- Miss Gustena Ran through town today on their way up
dall, who was visiting at Mrs. Pollard’s in the mountains hunting.----- MI bs
Cornelius, of Hillsboro, spent Sunday
place, has returned home.
with her sister, Mrs. W. E. Mays.-----
F A R M IN G T O N .
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Farmington, Aug. 20.— Harvesting Is Sehomburg was the scene o f a very
on in full blast around here. Thresh-' pretty wedding Sunday evening, when
ing has commenced and reports a r c , Mr. Hiram Smith, engineer for the
that quantity and quality are above Oregon Condensed Milk Factory, and
the average. Some sales of new oats Miss Minnie Turney, of Watsonville,
at $1 a hundred have been made.----- ¡Cal., were united in marriage by Jus-
Long needed Improvements are being , tlce of the Peace John Sanderwal,
made on the Harris bridge and will be j of Greenville.-----M r. Alex Donaldson
rushed to a finish as fast as the mills is visiting with his cousin, Mrs. J. W.
saw out the lumber.----- Mr. and Connell.—-—Mr. and Mrs. Albert H all’s
M rs. Chas. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. little daughter Zynlta has the small
Andrew Jack have returned from pox.----- Mr. and Mrs. V irgil Davis,
Sauvles Island, where they spent a who lived In Shady Brook, have moved
C O U N T Y N E W S. F O R E S T G R O V E . OR., A U G U S T
are pushed up and disappear Into a
division wall of the floor above, mak
ing a banquet hall suitable for the
.largest gatherings. Architect Jerome
. tags» the details all settled and the
biiilding will go on rapidly to com
pletion by the last o f the yeajr.
DR. H O V E Y
Office over Dugan & Watrous’ Store.
Ç ITY B A R B E R SHOP,
A- J. W ir t-
A B A R G A IN IF T A K E N Q U IC K L Y .
Miss Myrtie Stephens, o f Amity,
,1 !»»• M l •
came up Sunday to attend the Rosa-
Eighty acres, 1% miles west of Gas
Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove.
W hittaker wedding, and Is a guest at
ton; 7-room house, nearly new; barn,
the home o f Prof. G. B. Hardin, her
63x42 feet, finished and painted; other
C. E. G E IG E R , M . D„
orchard sufficient for
H. H. Stuart, Forest Grove, was reg
Physician and Surgeon.
The electric light service has been
Istered at the New Grimes, Clatsop
fam ily use; fences in good condition,
causing considerable complaint. From
Office, over W escott’s Store.
Beach, last week.
11 o'clock on the city is practically in 40 acres under good cultivation; 38
Residence, east of M. E. Church.
W. Phillips, Cornelius, and J. Boek-
twilight, as the lamps show only as tons o f hay in barn will be thrown ln.
Forest Grove, Oregon.
er, Greenville, were ln Portland Mon
loops o f red-hot wire and afford no Price, $3000, if taken before Septem-
light. Occasionally a spluttering o f j b e r 28
liv )n g w a t e r ,n p a g t u r e
ROE & BUXTON,
L um ber. — W e are prepared to de
the street corner lamps varies this
L ANGLEY & SON.
liver all kinds of undressed lumber on
Forest Grove, Oregon.
short notice. Stock on hand at prices
the new power plant.at Lee Falls is
Embalming a specialty.
reasonable. Call or write Shipley
added this unsatisfactory state of af
Mills, Banks, Or.
Forest Grove, Oregon.
fairs will be remedied.
C. L. L A R G E , M. D„
Senator W. A. Wehrung, superin
Every pretty gir! will be at W irtz’
tendent of Oregon’s St. Louis exhibit,
E. F. S E IF E R T ,
Physician and Surgeon.
ice cream parlors Saturday afternoon
and president o f State Board o f Agri
to blow her best fellow for the benefit
Diseases of women a specialty.
culture, of Hillsboro, and Mr. aad Mrs.
o f the band.
J. Neep, of Cornelius, were in Portland
Forest Grove, Oregon.
W ill Goodin, form erly of the Grove,
Fine out-door views a specialty.
now busy on Astoria street grading
Gallery over Bazar, Forest Grove.
William Sidney Sbiach, a graduate
contracts, has recently taken two
o f Pacific University, in the clast of
more contracts there. His bid for
E. B. R E N T Z , M. D„
’95, now employed as writer by; a Spo
M ILLS & HINES.
16th street, $12,994, was lowest, and
kane firm o f history publishers- was
Expert Hors* Shoers,
for 44th street drain he was tied at
Physician and Surgeon.
married in Portland August 12 to Miss
25 years’ experlenca.
$?30 and won on the toss of a coin.
W inifred Eleanor Miller, of that city.
Buy your notions of all kinds at the ! Office over Abbott’s Jewelry Store. Next door north Buxton’s Machine
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Curran, Forest
Bee H ive Racket Store. South s id e 1
few days camping on the beautiful , to Portland.
Shop. Forest Grove.
Grove, Dr. J. P. Tamiesie, president of
Willamette.----- Th directors of School |
the Hillsboro Condensed
An automatic bookkeeper, a me
District 58 have engaged Miss Agnes j
C O R N E L IU S .
Hillsboro, and B. Henderson,
J. T. BUXTON.
chanical contrivance which handles all W. M. Langley.
Dellsman to teach the next term of | Cornelius, Aug. 20.— The residence nelius, were in Portland last Friday.
L. L. Langley.
cash with unquestioned honesty anJ
school, which will commence on Sept, o f Mrs. Annans, 5 mils south of
L A N G L E Y A. SON,
Lost.— Sorrel horse, star on fore
21. Miss Dellsman comes very well Cornelius, burned one night last week head, lump on right hind foot, iron- keeps all accounts with no possibility
Farmers’ work a specialty.
Attorney* and Counselors at Law
recommended and a successful term with all its contents.
Mrs. Annans gray mare and colt, strayed from of mistake, has been working for the
Is anticipated.----- There is talk of hav being away in Idaho, it is supposed to Banks; last seen east of Greenville, last two weeks in Dugan & Watrous’ Real Estate and
ing a little tar and feather party on be the work o f an incendiary. No in beading east. Reward for return or général merchandise store, in the Conveyancing
the Hillsboro plan .ight here, the surance.----- Mrs. Musie Connett and information leading to recovery. E. B. shape o f a $375 cash register, with all j
W . N. SEARS
J. N. H O F F M A N ,
latest improvements. Hereafter that j
principal party being a young man family, o f Fossil, came to Cornelius Fair, Banks, Or.
Leading Barber Shop
important detail o f their large bust- !
who has bilked quite a few Farming today to visit her mother, Mrs. S. E.
For Sale.— 5-room house, 2 lots, in
A tto rn e y and Counselor at Law .
ton people outof a snug little sum, | Montgomery.----- D. W. Pnillips, a son Cornelius; known as Lafe Wilson’s. ness will run itself, and though the
Up-to-Date Haircutting and Shav
all on false representations, he hav- ; o f A. A. Phillips, who is employed at Good water. Apply to Mrs. M. Wilson. first investment is large the con
ing. Laundry agency.
venience and saving in time as well as
ing also a few other matters against , Baker City, is visiting his parents and Cornelius, Oregon.
Forest Grove, Oregon. Main Street.
his scorce which demand settlement, relatives this week.----- John Aplln
Mr. C. E. Bailey, formerly a Foresv
The machine registers
____ Mr. Wm. Schulmerlch has return 1 made a flying trip to Portland yes- Grove druggist and later a newspaper the outlay.
Earl B. Hawks
W. H. Hollis.
ed from a successful hunting trip from terday.----- Misses Varley and Walton man at, Beaverton, where his father and adds sales, keeps memoranda of
S H IN G L E Y O U R H O U S E .
H O L L IS A H A W K S ,
up the mountains, showing us three were In Cornelius yesterday from For now resides, was in town Thursday. every transaction, checks tho cash ac
new notches on the stock o f his trusty est Grove.----- Mr. and Mrs. John Neep He expects to start East in a few count and has the record of each sales
For best “ Star A Star” shingles,
man. It is a neat bronze affair and Real Estate and Corporation Lm
rifl, counting for so many deer that left here last Sunday for Stella, Wash.. days on an extended trip.
made of Oregon’s highest grade cedar,
he has killed this time.----- Mr. Wm. 1 to visit their sons and their families
Mr. and Mrs. Bloodgood and family
moderate prices, write or inquire o f J.
McQuillan has tne frame up of his for a few days.----- A. A. Phillips says of Huron, South Dakota, are looking ter of the store, while Its constant office over Hint» a
M. Hamblin, Glenwood, Oregon.
new house and judging from all ap- he has a few more nice lots in Cor- over the country and visiting their
pearances it Is going to be a beauty, nelius to sell.----- Mr. and Mrs. Slrard, relatives, Thos. Lewis, W m , Langley and progressive methods can keep a
store even in the dull season.
and happy be the bride that will reign 1 of Portland, are visiting witn
Mrs. and M. H. Bloodgood, of Gaston.
A few good horses and several sec
over it.----- Miss Annie Withyeombe \ Sirard’s parents, N. Noland and fam-
Councilman and Mrs. Grant Hughes
tho. £tag,sicl^. having ily, of Cornelius.----- Mr. George Mel- havp gone tq Tillamook Urf" w t;;o ond-hand buggies for sale at a bargain,
finger,To f St. Hfelens, ij" eisltlsg At R
op will trade. Call at News office or
had a very enjoyable trip.
see Peter Peterson.
Lewis this week.----- It is reported in
John Johnson, of North Yamhill, a
M ID D L E T O N
former lesident here, is viiiting his
cil called another $1.000 o f warrant in
M iddleton, Aug. 20.— Threshing is in soon, from not far distant.----- Scott brother, H. B. Johnson.
debtedness, making $2,000 so far this
full blast. Wheat and oats are turn a,ul R(l W oIf bave moved lnto the
Mrs. and Miss Sweet, cf Oregon
Ing out fine.----- I.anger’s threshing en-1 ho,lae late'y vapate<1 by Mr- P o e ----- A - City, Salvation Army special officers year, and another thousand will be
called before January 1. This is be
gine broke through the Hays bridge ' A - Phillips and wife and daughter and
or evangelists, neld open ai- meetings sides meeting all current expenses in
across Cedar Creek Monday evening. ao" wlu ,eave Cornelius Friday for a
and services in the M. E. church Tues cash warrants and paying a large sum
Engine only sightly damaged and no vlsit
Waa™ « " » * * where M r- ph»- day and Wednesday.
in accrued interest when the old debt,
one hurt.----- W inter’s barn, contain " ' ,a haa a da"R bter- They will perhaps
The Epworth League o f thp. M. E. drawing 6 per cent., was refunded Into
ing 40 or 50 tons o f clover hay, was bp * onp a wppk----- Mlaa Jeaalp HatPb church here visited the Hillsboro
destroyed by fire recently, supposed ,ook a ,rl»’ to P o la n d today.----- M. league Saturday evening. In the party 4 per cent, warrants. The debt now
is less than $4,000 outside o f the
to be caused by spontaneous combus- H ‘ Henderson took his son down to
tlon.---- c. True has his largo prune Hillsboro this evening to have his arm were Misses Lou and Hatti« Starrett, bonded indebtedness. The present
Lennie I,a Chapelle, Virginia Varley, officers are certainly fulfilling their
drier nearly completed.----- Wm. M ont-' drPK8Pd’ wl" pb waa broken ,aat WPPk' Vina Walton, Edna Bellinger and the
promise of giving the city a business
gomery and H. Holmes started f o r ' Am<,s McCurdy also took a sick hoy
Misses Knight, Messrs. Llojd and A l like
Little Nestucca this morning.
| to thp ,lortor ln Hillsboro.----- Mrs. L.
vin Baldwin and Chester F etcher.
Kane first came into office the city
____________ | S. Fairchild returned from the coast
Mr. and Mrs. Banks wrre driven was running behind $1.000. while dur
j on this evening’s train.
over to Harris’ ranch on the Wilson ing his three years he has been cut
B eaverton, Aug.| 20.— The B eaver-,
Notice is hereby given that no real river, by Jack I.atta Tuesday, where ting down the old debt. The first year
tonites are returning. There Is no estate agent has the sale of any prop they will probably spend ten days. the total tax amounted to $15.31 more
An Up-to-Date Shoe Store, C. V . B. Russell’s, Forest Grove.
place like home, it seems.
erty of mine. Dated July 1, 1903. Mr. Banks is special agent cf the Un than the interest on the bonds.
Hunter arrived from Seattle on Sat N. P. Wiberg.
Rev. J. F. Schoch has bought of
urday; W . E. nam es and family from
Frank Brown went
to Portland Mayor Kane his 228-aere farm on
the coast on Saturday; Carl Evans,
BUY A HEAP, SELL CHEAP,
Monday to study life in the metropolis Wapato lake, the Sappington place,
Eddie Morton, Harry Morton, Clar
which he will depict for the edifica for a consideration of $7,000, which
ence Alberts and Martin Alberts from
tion of the Evening Telegram readers. includes the transfer to Mr. Kane of
K E E P F O R E V E R A T IT .
the coast on Sunday; Clarence is suf
Dr. Nixon, W ill Gerrish and Bertie Mr. Schoch’s residence, the old Tyler
W e handle everything . Prices to
save you r dollars.
fering severe pains which struck him
ivixon returned Wednesday from a property.
T H O M A S A JA M ES
while ln bathing on his way home.-----
month’s stay In Idaho.
( t h e : s l o a n i
The Bee H ive Racket Store for your
The S. P. Co. is making quite an Im
Dr. Weber, a metallurgist with the
fancy notions at lowest prices.
provement here by putting ln two thir
U. S. Steel corporation, that notorious
The Commercial Travel
Many o f the townspeople are look The Pioneer But Up-to-Date.
ty-foot stone crossings.----- Mrs. John
trust, was in the Grove Monday see
ing forward to the preparations for
Henry and daughter returned W ed J. A. Abbott
M ayne Abbott ing Mayor Kane about the sale of his
the new college term for the redemp
nesday from Seaside, where they have
Expert Optician. Northern copper Interests.
tion o f a promise made at the special
been taking an ou ting-----Mr. Brady,
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Gildersleeve, of
M rs . G eo . S loan .
were In the Heart of Town.
from Oklahoma, has purchased some
Alma. Nebraska, are visiting Mr. John
timbered land south o f town. He In
Baldwin's home, looking over the
pus would be thrown down. Such an
tends erecting a house and
country with a view to locating here.
act would set a civic improvement ex
“ batch It” until his family arrives.—
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Campbell, former
ample whose good results would be
— The farmers all seem to be in a rush
residents o f the Grove, but for many
to thresh their grain, now that the
years living in Iowa, are visiting in
The band will g e t the proceeds from
sound of the thresher is heard.----- A
the Grove. Mr. Campbell was presi
representative of the Portland Seed
dent o f the company owning the ice cream sales at W irtz’ parlors Sat
R epairing and E ngraving.
Co. has been advertising “ So-Boss-So"
Keeley Insttiute when It was ’ocated urday afternoon. Be patriotic and en
joy yourself that afternoon for the
in this vicinity the last few days. He l argest stock In the county of Clocks. h e r*
o f a good cause.
seems to have the proper thing to rid Watches. Jewelry, Silverware. Society
Newell Macrum and two Portland
Good carpenter wanted. Apply at
C R E S C E N T F L O U R IS T H E B E S T.
the cows of
flies.----- Our butcher Emblems and Toilet Trinkets.
gentlmen are going to the head
speaks well for the appetites o f the
waters of the Trask Saturday, under
All work warranted.
P A T R O N IZ E H O M E IN D U S T R Y .
people of Beaverton.
For Sale.— New
the leadership o f Harry Wescott, fully
gets rid o f a beef every day.----- F.
You can buy what you want and pay equipped for a fortnight’s hunting and buggy, 144 in. axle, side springs, both
W. Cady has Just had a house com a little at a time If preferred.
pole and shafts, at a bargain. Inquire
pleted in the south part o f town, built
Lieut. W. H. H. Myers has Just re at Riley Boyd's residence, Dl!ley.*14-1G
Opposite R ailw ay S tatio n
F orest Grove
F O R E S T G RO VE, OREGON
for a lady from Vancouver. Wash.,
The open-air supper and ice cream
ceived notice that on .Inly 1$ he was
who will move Into It in the near fu
festival on the church square last
N O T IC E FO R P U B L IC A T IO N .
ture.----- Mrs. Andarsn^ and two sons
Friday netted a good sum for the
Department of the Interior, I-and Office Indian W ar Veteran, to date from
street-sign movement, which the Civic
mur have gone
Oregon Cl|- Oregon. A *g . l. iln3.
ro„V i a k ! ■ p l t | M ( ' * l l
given that the fol- own ^ttornqy, An«J thus a life-long Improvement Society has undrtaken,
T J V wing-named settler has filed notice Democrat V -omes Identified In an realizing about $3Q. . ,
o f ^ ts Intention to make final proof
T h * Lough Bn hotel is still outlined r
a Riepnbllran admtn-
Glencoe, Aug 2^.— Mrs. Harrleffe in support fif his claim, and that said official yeaV'
only h r fVmnfiirttons. bat its futorrt
Bagley, o f Molalla. Clackamas county, proof will be made before the Register tslriritrtn. ' 'i*- * •>
m a n u f a c t u r e r s
r ta a -1b ttie wife o f Wm. Tong, progress will he rapid and the nropor-
is visiting with her daughter. Mrs. R. and Receiver, at Oregon City. Oregon,
on September 15. 1903, vl*., Charles o f Forest Grove, on the 19th, a son. Ilona o f a good-sited hultrilng'are at-j
Rand ford.----- Mr. and Mrs.
Hall. H TO: No 19.961. fru* the north
ready apparent. There will be- i t
Holton, o f St. Helena, visited with east quarter o f ’secUoa 12. township 2 Dr.,(£, L. I arge attending.
sleeping mortis, a fine sample rowin'. ■
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W alter last north, range 6 west.
Attom ev J N. tlnffman haa a reltn- large lobby, wide stairways, broad cor
Ho names the following witnesses to
week.----- Mr. John H. Dorleaiul has
prove his rnntlnupus residence upon qnlshment on a valuable homestead ridor»*. splendid lighting, latest plumb-
gone to Eastern Oregon to visit his
and cultivation o f said land, vl*.: W.
All Kinds of Lumber on Hand. Good Stock at all Times to Select From ’
His father, who haa been A. Hall, o f Clifton. Oregon; Fred C. near Forest Grove, which he haa been tng. modern hot-air heating plant. A
Write for Prices.
very low with typhoid fever. Is slowly Whitten. J. J. Kenney. L. R. Houston, anthorived to self. Y fii* i, certainly feature Is the double dining-rooms,
Miss Dora Perry, who
AIXJERNON S. DRESSER. Register. Ing a good stoclt claim.
thrown into one. as the partition doors
Forest Grove Hotel
Abbott (8b Son
Crescent M ills
GRONER & ROWELLCO.
Dovflh and Dressed Lumber, BricK
Building BlocKs and Drain Tile