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T H E W A S H IN G T O N C O U N T Y N E W S , F O R E S T GROVE, OR., A U G U S T 21, 1903.
Bring your Grain of any kind to us for
storage or will buy it and pay as much
as any reliable firm in the county.
FLOUR & FEED at the right prices.
TIM W. THOMPSON
Fred Trochsel to Abraham Zimkehr,
' 20 acres in sec. 2, T. 1 N., R. 2 W .;
Ludwig Zimmerman et ux. to Fred-
I erick Allwen, 20 acres, sec. 1, T. 1 N.,
; R. 2 W .; »700.
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D. J. Buckley to T. A. Sarner, N. W.
quarter of S. E. quarter section 11, T.
■ 2 N„ R. 3 W „ 20 acres; »250.
^ , 4 TjTHE
John P. Aplin, Hgr.
The laborers cleaning out Dairy , I
creek will have everything cut loose
by tonight, ready to go out with the
first flood. Hon. Benton Killin has
made this improvement to prepare
the creek for delivering logs at the
One Mile From D ilL y
new' Lyda mill at the Bellinger bridge,
IM M E D IA T E N O T IC E L U M B E R AS F O L L O W S :
to which he has contracted 30,000,000
feet of timber.
per M ................. $7.50
The S. P. railway surveyors on the
2x 8, rough,
per M ................... 7.50
Oswego-Tualatin branch will be on
2x 6, rough,
per M ...................7.50
this side of Tualatin in about 10 days
2x 4, rough,
per M ................... 7.50
to run the survey of the proposed line
1x12, any length, per M ........ 8.00
connecting the West Side and Yamhill
1x10, any length, per M ........»8.00
■ divisions by which a bridge over the
1x 8, any length, per M ........ 8.00
Willamette all trains will go into Port
1x 6, fencing, per M ................. 8.00
land over the main track, and cross
1x 4, fencing, per M ............... 8.00
the steel bridge to the Union depot.
The engineers were delayed by small
Surfaced and finishing lumber of all kinds, prices »9 to »12. We have on
tracts of land which they have had to
hand all kinds. Write or call at the Chowning store, Dilley.
plat. Another route with the same ob
ject was made from Beaverton and
DR. S. Y. L I N K L A T E R ,
L A D IE S ’ T A IL O R IN G .
the merits of the two will be consid
P hysician and Surgeon,
ered in.iibe final decision.
The Gaston Live Stock and Produce
At our parlors we are prepared to
W. C A LD E R W O O D
Association will hold a meeting at do all kinds of fashionable dressmak
Gaston, August 25th, at 2 o’clock P. ing, cutting and fitting. Our work
Office: Hotel Royal, North Yamhill
M., to elect officers for the ensuing guaranteed. I-adies’ suits made to or
N O T IC E FOR P U B LIC A TIO N .
year and arrange for their second an der.
DIFFERDANG & WARD.
Department of tho Interior, I .and Office
nual fair and sale. All interested per
Rooms over shoe store.
at Oregon City, Ore., Aug. 15, 1903.
sons are invited to be present. S.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
J. B. MATTHEWS,
lowing-named settler has filed notice of
his intention to make final proof in
A son of Joe Williams, who lives
Artistic Paperhanger and Painter.
support of his claim, and that said
just over the line in Yamhill, has been
proof will be made before the County
in the vicinity this week securing
ashlngton County, at Hills
pickers for their hopyards. The yards
Forest Grove boro, Oregon, on October 7, 1903, viz.,
work a specialty.
Edward Roos, H. E. No. 12,178, for the
in that section will require about 350,
northwest quarter of sec. 33, township
and a dollar the hundred will be paid.
M. F. Nixon.
R. P. Nixon. 1 north, range 4 west.
Good home table board. Mrs. Wal
He names tho following witnesses to
ton, South Park, Forest Grove.* 14-15.
prove his continuous residence upon
The sound of hammers, axes and
and cultivation of said land, viz.: J. B.
tools of iron is heard from the Masonic Large and Small Farms, City Property Prlckett, R. M. Bisbee, Andrew Boos,
S. T. Crow, all of Forest Grove, Ore.
and Timber Lands for Sale.
hall this week, a remodelling being
ALGERNON S. DRESSER. Register.
in progress by Contractor Nauffts, as
sisted by Messrs. Jeff Harris and Mil Main Street, Forest Grove, Oregon.
ler. The main hall has been short
We have deter
ened so as to be nearer square, the
DR. V. L. DIMICK,
mined to sell to the
officers’ platforms made smaller, the
kitchen made a dining-room, with the
woodshed turned Into a kitchen, con
the prices to job
nected by a handy butler’s pantry, Upstairs. Wagner Building.
bers, just enough
and the anteroom's extra space has
Forest Grove, Oregon.
extra to cover the
been given to a property-room and
extra cost of pre
wardrobes. The hall will be repapered
paring each pump
In blue, as befits the home of a Ma
ready to be set Into
sonic blue lodge, and the entire up
the well, shipping
stairs papered and painted.
Furniture that has been marred or
Write for descrip
damaged can be made like new by
tive catalogue and
using the famous paint, I-acqueret.
learn about our sys
Sold by Roe & Buxton.
tem of selling direct
Jack I.atta reports Harris' place as
from factory to cus
becoming very popular for a summer
tomer. Two profits
resort; sixteen visitors were there R. F. D Route I.
are saved to you.
Forest Grove, Ore.
Tuesday when he was over, and they
Repairs always on
have averaged a dozen guests ail the
All kinds of
Answer to conundrum: A man can
season, enjoying the splendid fishing
pumps repaired on
lay an egg on a redhot stove without
burning his feet, but a hen cannot.
MAYNE AB B O TT
Go to Martin's Feed 8tore for 8o-
Graduate of Paraon’s Horologlcal In
Boss-So Kllfly. Cows will give 20 per
Forest Grove, Ors„
cent more milk. Protects horses as
or call at factory,
four blocks east of
Eyes tested and fitted
ADM IN lb TR ATO R '3 N O TIC E .
Forest Grove. Ore.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been dtp- appointed b>
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon. for Washington County, adminis
tratrix of the Fatate of Asa Williams,
deceased. All persons having claims
M R S . S A R A H E. C R O W , M a n s te r
agaist said estate are hereby required
to present the same to me properly
verified, as by law required, at Forest
Finest accommodations for commercial travelers
Grove, Oregon, within six
room on Main street, two doors south of Vert’s hall
from the date hereof.
Born—To the wife of Henry Van-
William J. Clark et ux. to Joseph dumlum, living two miles northeast of
1 Fettig (correction), 14 acres in Spen Greenville, on August 14th, a girl.
L i l t »
I X r r T T T T i <*
Estray.—Taken up by the subscriber
cer Homestead, »1,500.
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at the Spring Hill farm, 1 % miles
Joseph Fettig to Florence M. Brem- south of Dilley, two Poland China
Hillsboro, Aug. 21.— Mr. Henry Don mer, same lands, »1850.
hogs, 1 sow weighing 250 and male
ley and wife are guests of Mr. R. Cane
George H. Baldwin to Edith A. about 100 lbs., about July 8. Owner
this week.------Mrs. Eva Loeb, of Lew Haan, 94.25x50.6 feet, in lot 3, block may secure same by proving property
and paying expenses. Dated Aug. 21,
iston,is home with her parents, Mr. 3, Walker’s Add to Forest Grove.
1903. James Nichols.
and Mrs. A. C. Archbold.------Miss
Philip Yager to Ursula Yager, lots
Hayward farmers find little use for
Elizabeth Milne, accompanied by Miss ( 7, 8 and 9, block 14, in Simmon’s threshing machines, raising rye and
Beason o f Salem, left for Astoria Add. to Hillsboro. »1 quit claim.
threshing with a flail. The straw is
Tuesday to attend the regatta.------
Jacob Scherer to P. H. Hansen, marketed in Portland, where the horse
William Siegrist, of Chehalis, Wash., three-quarter acre in section 10, T. 2 collar factories find it difficult to get
enough to supply their needs.
is visiting with his mother, Mrs. Ver- S„ R. 2 W .; »500.
Ex-County Surveyor L. E. Wilkes,
ena S iegrist.------Mr. Leon
Frederick Verbanwhede and wife to of Hillsboro, has just been notified of
brother of L. A. Long, o f the Argus, Albert Bunning, lot 2, block 29, in Cor his appointment to the oflice of Ex
aminer of Surveys under the Civil
is here on a visit.------Mrs. Mclnter, of nelius; »125.
California, is a guest o f Miss Minnie
Norman S. Pierce et ux. to Amelia Service Department of the Govern
Warren.------D. J. Tromley left on the Sherwood, lots 3 and 4, and S. half of ment. The letter of notification to
Mr. Wilkes did not disclose his juris
Wednesday morning train to be gone N. W. quarter, sec. 4. T. 3 N., R. 3 W .;
diction. but It is supposed to be Ore
Indefinitely.------Deputy Clerk J. W.
gon and Washington.
Morgan and family have returned
Multnomah county is employing her
Mary Lyda et al. to Robert Harper,
from Meachams Crossing from an out 8 acres in sec. 24, T. 2 N„ R. 5 W. prisoners in improving the Taylor’s
Ferry road near Riverview cemetery
ing.------L. E. Wilkes, of Hillsboro, has Wil. Mer.; »1.00.
to the benefit of Washington county
been appointed Inspector of Surveys.
Martin Gardner et als. to Frank C. farmers who travel that route to the
His work at present will be in Mon Garwin, 10 acres in T. 2 S„ R. 2 W., metropolis.
The sheriff provided
tana, and he will leave for duty about Wil. Mer.; »700.
handcuffs and lunch baskets, and with
two guards 19 have been laboring,
tho 24th of this month.------Mr. Harris,
Willamette Real Estate Co., to F.
county clerk of Columbia county, was W. Phillips, block 30, Cornelius, »350. some of whom perhaps have not often
visiting the county on Thursday.
State of Oregon to J. P. Tamiesie 1
The rural delivery route running
and Fred Schomburg, lt2 acres in T.
northeast from the Grove through
M ARRIAGE LICENSES.
2 N„ R. 3 W „ Wil. Mer.; »1667.50.
Verboort will start Sept. 15.
Hiram W. Smith and Minnie Tur
Nine members of the Portland Hunt
ney; C. Harris and Dessie Miller; John
five gentlemen and four ladies,
came out to Forest Grove on Friday
B. Beck and Jennie H. Hiddink; John
evening’s train. Their horses had been
W. Rosa and Bertha May Whitaker.
Mr. Ben Ingalls' bouse burned to led out here, and early Saturday they
Judge Rood performed the marriage
started over the Wilson River road
ceremony for Mr. C. Harris and Dessie the ground last Friday, August 14, for the coast.
with all its contents. He has a wife
Miller on Saturday, the 15th of July.
A representative of Graydon’s elec
and a small baby. Tuey are both
On the 17th he performed a similar young folks—2d and 19 years old— tric railway scheme was said to have
duty for John W. Rosa and Bertha and all they i.ad in the world went up been in the county Monday, but noth
in smoke. Taeir (.lathing, provisions, ing more definite could be learned of
w.nter's supplies, furniture and all. the progress of that much-desired
Ti.ey are left almost penniless and road. No dirt has yet been moved
on its right of way.
without a home.
Estate of Mary Luck, deceased. Fi
Born—To the wife of C. W. Fitch,
subscription list nas been started
nal account filed and approved. Es
at Greenville and a few dollars and of Cornelius, on the 8th, a daughter.
tate closed of record.
some home necessities raised for
County Surveyor a . a . Morrill was
Estate of Elmer W. Nelson, deceas ti.em. but it is believed there are in the Grove Thursday on his way to
ed. Last will and testament filed. many others who would be glad to Scoggin’s Valley, where the viewers
Commission issued authorizing depo contribute toward helping out of their meet at H. B. Madison's to view a pro
present necessity these young people posed road.
sitions of witnesses at Tecumseb. Ne
who by no fault of their own have
Married—At the home of the bride's
braska. to be taken before county lost so heavily.
brother, Homer Hendrix, at Cornelius,
The list of contributors thus far ap on August 11, by Justice of the Peace
pears below and the names of other Horace O. Fitch. Ora A. Cook and Mrs.
donors will be published in the next Della Mchin, both of Cornelius. Mr.
George Schneider to Emily Schnei- j issue. Contributions may be sent and Mrs. Cook are making their home
der, N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter of either to Dr. M. H. Parker's store. on Mr. Cook's farm north of Cornelius.
Greenville, or to The News oflice. For
Mr. H. P. Stowell, wnose farm lies
lot 1, section 24. T. 2 N„ R. 4 W „ Wil.
est Grove, and in either case will be a mile east of Buxton, has a fine prop
Mer.: 64.50 acres; »1.00.
acknowledged through the columns erty, which seems to be adapted to
William D. Baker to O. L. Nash. of The News.
raising the best of everything In vege
57.93 acres, section 2, T. 2 8.. R. 3 W.; M. H. Parker, M. D., merchant,
tables Especially have the beans been
Greenville . . ......................... '... |5.<lb prize-winners, many measuring eight
inches In length. Fifteen years ago
Henry Hamilton et ux. to Ella E. Samuel Walker, musician, For
est Grove ................................... 3.00 be came to this place as a homestead
Taplln. 1114 acres in D. L. C. o f T. G.
Mr. Brooks, saddler. Forest Orove 2.00 with »20; now It Is well Improved, has
Naylor and wife; »3700.
good bnildlngs, is well stocked and a
Frank Miller et ux. to George Wuell-1 Grove .......................................... 3.50 very profitable piece of property.
The Advent Christian church has
ner. 1 acre and 26 64 rods in sec. 1. T . ; Mike Klrts. farmer. Greenville.. 3.00
Dated this 16th aay of June, A. D.
Thomas £ Co., merchants. Banks 2.00 been holding a series of evangelical
1 8.. R. 1 W .; *750.
meetings in the Cornelius church, un 190».
Allen N. Lowe et ux. to S. D. Smal-
SARAH E. CROW.
Try Cheney's Store, near Hughes, der charge of Elder W. 8. Dunlop. On
ley, 157 acres of land. N. W. 14 o f sec. for notions of all kinds. Furnishing Thursday he began meetings at the Admlnlrtratrlx of the Estate of Asa
1». T. 1 N.. R. 4 W.; *1.000.
Gale* Creek church.
goods, books, tinware.
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S. Chowning & Co. Mill
W. H. Williams (8b
The Michigan House
Best Table in Town,