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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1904)
Inspector O. C. R iches
while here with posts set in the ground, not more
last week made a careful inspection of than ten feet apart, leaning upon braces
Postmaster Atwell’ s records and pro sufficiently strong to support the same,
precaution necessary to
his office and
All precipices, embankment, stream,
W hile nobody lakes, ponds, or other natural obstruc
ever questioned Mr. Atwell’ s efficiency tion, if equally secure against the tres
was entirely blameless.
yet his friends are glad to hear him pass of any domestic animals, or shall
thus highly indorsed. T h e loss will be made so by artificial means, shall
not in any way fall upon Mr. Atwell also be deemed a lawful fence.
but entirely upon the governm ent.
East of the Cascade mountains wire
nounced everything in splendid shape. with poles, rails, or planks, as the case
When questioned as to the robbery he may be, not less than three to the
stated that Mr. Atwell had taken every same securely fastened to posts.
Buy and Store
A ll K inds of... u n f l m
Manufacture all kinds of Grain froducts, Chop,
Stock Feed and F lo u r ... . . . . . . . . . . .
S IL V E R D U S T F L O U R
Best Oregon— A blend o f ch oice hard wheat and soft valley
wheat, making the best o f flcur.
Aplin Mills Company,
Farm Feed Chopping a Specialty
C o r n e l i u s , O r e g o n .
few clues were discovered which will fences built as follows shall be deem ed
be followed carefully.
a lawful fence.
Posts six feet, six inches,
mitted one Ed. Bergeron to the
insane asylum on Tuesday.
is suffering from cronic alcoholism and
had an attack of
which has deranged his mind.
than four inches in diameter and of
feet and not further than thirty-two feet
Johnson & Co.
apart; with not less than three wires of
set in the ground two
the kind in common use
from post to post: the lower wire shall
be two feet from the ground.
Rails or poles
laid up in the
manner com m only known as a worm
with stakes and
riders, or in
place of the stakes and riders, have the
com ers locked with rails, poles or posts,
but such fence must be at least 4^ feet
Posts or rails,
with space b e
the rails and the ground,
exceeding ten inches wide below,
feet six inches
in height and not to
exceed twelve inches at any place, the
rails to be attached
strong and secure; the
posts be firmly set
in the ground, not
upon the ground, four and one
structed of posts and planks, the plank
to be not less than six inches wide and
one inch thick, and same shall be fast
ened as required of posts and rails.
Posts and paling or pickets,
palisades constructed in the usual man
ner, with space not
A pole not less than two inches
less than one inch thick and six inches
to the posts as above
provided but not
McNamer & Johnson . . .
more than sixteen
feet apart may take the place of the
middle wire and false posts.
all kinds of Fresh, Salt,
Smoked Meats, • « .. •
Free Deliveiy W ithin the City
Forest Grove. Ore.
Fancy and Staple Groceries
E verythirg in Season.
The Postmastet of this place is in
receipt of a request from an attorney,
SAELENS & CO.
L. W. Hubbell, from Springfield, M o.,
Joe Beal was a visitor of
Beal over Sunday.
Looking well and
hearty as ever.
Beal and Ethel Beal
were in the Grove patronizing the den
tal chair the past week and are much
.. City Meat Market..
W e handle all kinds of
meat and fresh fish.
\ u y t h e R e s t
pleased at the relief derived.
5. Wall of stone entire, or stone and Mr. Lesser at whose home he
with rails, poles, planks, or earth, performed two baptisms. About fifty
which taken together, would constitute guests were present.
a fence four feet six inches high.
thick at the small end or a plank not
Rev. Abeline was the guest of Mr.
feet in height, and securely fastened
to the wires of such fence.
and if the same is con
and awaiting the above parties. Anyone
planks, constructed as provided in the will confer a great favor upon the
foregoing section, as to length and set above by letting him know.
ting of posts;
said posts, there shall be false posts,set
more than ten feet apart, and not less In regard to information of the where
than four feet six inches high from the
abouts and address of J. Wilson and
William W. Keffer, as there is a fortune
Com er Main and Pacific A v e ., Forest Grove, Or.
manner, and every eight feet between
to the posts by
nails, spikes, pins, wire or in any other
the posts with staples in the customary
the following shall be a lawful fence.
the second and securely fastened to
See our ad. in the T . P. A. Guide. Drummers’ trade our
specialty. Our ’ Bus meets all trains. Carries U. S. mail.
Baggage and freight called for and delivered.
What Constitutes a Lawful Fence in second fifteen inches above the lower,
and the upper one fifteen inches from
The statutes of Oregon provide that
Joe Broner is expecting the arrivel
Turf and earth entire,
or turf of a brother from across the sea.
earth, which, with rails, poles, planks,
August Roth has just returned from
or thombush would constitute a fence a several days stay near Greenville and
Implements of all Kinds
Builders Hardware, Sporting Goods and
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
four feet six inches high,
or trench on
with a ditch while there attended the funeral of his
side, at least three esteemed friend, Mr. Gable.
For it Will Save You Money
feet wide at the top and not less than
three feet deep:
Provided that when
there is a ditch or trench on the side,
in the manner herein
said fence shall not be less
V. Brown has made his appearance
again trying to buy hay and oats from
H e is offering much less
than before so we shall be obliged
hold over for another year.
than four feet high from the surface of
Dr. H ines’ drug store for cameras,
and films and all kinds of sup
7. Posts and rails, poles or planks,
not less in size than above specified, plies. Call in.
(Everything; the Farmer Needs
Give us a Call
Forest Grove, Or,