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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1904)
Bath tubs— the very best at Goff
H. J. Goff, our hardware merchant,
was in Portland over Sunday.
H. T. Atwell is taking a few day’s
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford at
vacation this week.
Booses Quarry, July 31, a son.
“ Water melons on de vine” —Sold by
Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. Art Cook,
McNamer & Johnson.
near Gaston, Sunday August 8, a bc 7 -
Cheney the tinner. You always get
Mrs. J. H. Wirtz is with a party of
the brand of tin you bargain for.
young people in the mountains on the
For Sale— Fine horse, good driver,
Fancy tea and coffee at Nicholson
and true. McNamer
Eld. Wirtz is visiting with brothers
Of all the annoyances, poor plumb
is one of the worst. We guarantee
If you want the best of work in
our work.—H. L. Deckert.
plumbing get H. L. Deckert.
Farmers— When in town have a
Shingles, the best on the market at
good square meal at the Michigan
the right price, at T. A. Ritchey’s.
House. Only 25 cents.
E. A. Hyde and family are enjoying 1 Nehalem.
Practical plumbing is our specialty.
the sea breeze at Garibaldi.
Cheap— A fine 8 year old horse,
Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Prices reasonable.—H. L. Deckert.
well broke to drive or ride, must be
T. H. Adams is visiting friends and McGraw near Greenville, August 5th,
Farmers— For bargains in wire net sold. Call at News office.
relatives in Kalama, Washington.
tings, hardware, tools, etc, see W. R.
Do you know— That the Colonial
Before buying shingles, see J. P.
serves an elegant Sunday dinner?
Wagner. He has bargains in shingles. ing goods, camp stove and amunition
A fine lot, city water, shade and Take your friend there to dine.
at Goff Bros.
Weitzel & Christian handle choice
side-walk, and best location. Enquire
Cutting the meat correctly helps
better anywhere at News office.
groceries. Everything for the family
the cook, and pleases all the family.
at Ritchey’s at right prices. Tile and
A. Saelen & Co’s for fancy cuts.
posts at Ritchey’s.
Carriage trimmings of any kinds and
rancher of Tillamook, is in the Grove
A good cup of coffee is half the
Pendleton White Satin flour, war
carriage repairing, at Stribich’s shop,
in every way or money
Stokes and his mother Mrs. Reher.
Blend, will suit you.
refunded, if not satisfactory. Nichol
The Watrous & Allen Co.’s Best
son & Son, Main Street.
Good bread made from Pendleton
Blend coffee has found favor within a
White Satin Flour,
Tom Brown is finishing M. Peter
host of homes.
best. Nicholson &Son.
son’s house with the Celebrated Hard
Harry Giltner, Robt. Wirtz, Chas.
either cut or sawed. Write him for
Plaster. If you are interested in this
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Lilley, prices.
Walker and Harvey Baldwin are at
class of work, call and see it.
Saturday, Aug. 6, a fine daughter.
Newport for their vacation.
Nick is the proudest father in the
70 acres | mile from Forest Grove,
and do all kinds of team work at
For sale cheap—Some fine full state.
reasonable rates. Contracts preferred. all in cultivation, 10 acres in orchard,
blooded Poland China boar pigs.
Mrs. Josephine Patton, one of the
good bam. $85 per acre. Easy
Write W. B. Logsdon, Manning, Ore News force, is back in the office again Independent
terms. R. W. McNutt, Real Estate
gon. Hughes phone.
after a week’s visit at her home near
agent, Cornelius, Oregon.
Ed. Boos and Attorney E. Menden
Bett Doan, the genial clerk of Wat Gales Creek.
Att’y. Wm. M. Langley and family
hall passed through the city, Monday,
rous Allen Co. with several friends will
If you die you beat it and if you
Thos. E. Lewis and family left yes
spend a week or two on the Trask live you beat it. Modern National en route for the Nehalem River where terday morning for a two weeks camp
they will spend a few weeks vacation,
River, hunting and fishing.
Reserve policies give fullest protection
ing in the mountains near the Neha
fishing and hunting.
lem river. Wm. M. assured the party
J. Q. Jackson and John Templeton
that they would have venison for break
left Monday for Eastern Oregon to
Union meeting at the Cnristian
fast this morning.
visit the Bend Country and incidently Church next Sunday evening. Rev.
to attend to some business matters.
Belknap will preach the sermon.—
S. A. Walker and family returned
when completed will add much to the
home last Friday evening, the 5th inst.
Hicks & Rode have opened a cold
appearance of A street.
from a four day’s trip to Bacona, about
storage and meat market and invite
Fancy and plain steaks, mutton
twenty miles north of Forest Grove.
friends and patrons to call and see chops, best of bacon and hams, bo
Wild blackberries and venison were
how comfortably they are located. logna, pure lard, at the right prices at
found in plenty. Sam returned with a
They also solicit the public to investi the shop of A. Saelen & Co.
large quantity of black berries, and his
gate their prices.
Everett Hall and Roy McPher
supplies. Their prices aie right and share of venison. As a result of a
The house of Mr. I.ybarger, west of son started for Netarts, over the Wil goods the best to be had. Give them
days hunt, two fine buck deer were
Dilley, was entered Sunday evening by son river route last Wednesday. They a call.
captured, one a six point buck, the
a party who stole $5.00 in cash, sundry expect to remain about ten days.
Z. Wing, who recently came from other a two point buck. Mr. Sher
articles and a bank deposit book. The
Our famous cartoonist, F. Brown, California, has purchased the Ware man Bacon also gave a splendid ex
party who did the work will be appre and Ed. Wagner, made the round trip
farm near Gales City. It consists of hibition of his skill as a marksman, the
hended and arrest will take place this to North Yamhill, Sunday, looking over
120 acres and will make a good dairy deer that he captured being at least
the hop fields and while out made ar farm. Mr. Wing is a hustler and the four hundred yards away when it was
J. H. McNamer, the manager of the rangements to pick for Mr. Williams, people of that vicinity will be glad to brought down. One day was spent
Forest Grove— Tillamook Stage Line who has a fifty acre field, one of the know of the purchase.
watching the modus operandi of one
and Wilson River Road, arrived here largest in the state.
One of the finest and most produc the finest shingle factories in the
Monday with a load of passengers.
J. P. Wagner and wife, Met Wagner tive gardens in the county is that of north west. Sam reports that Mr.
The road is in the best condition that and wife and W. K. Curtis returned
Mr. M. I. Conwell, near Dilley. No Bacon has the finest supply of cedar
it has been in for years and the trip is Saturday evening from the head of
irrigation has been used and ihe land that it has been his pleasure to look at
worth the time and money to any one Scoggins Valley where they have been
is what would be called hillside being for many years, also the best facilities
passing through that most scenic part camping in the mountains. They had
at the foot of the mountains. Nearly for converting the cedar into shingles.
of Western Oregon.
a fine time and brought home lots of every vegetable for farm and table use Anyone wishing to secure first class
A. C. Philips and H. D. Haynie berries which are found in abundance are grown and their thrift and quality shingles, will make no mistake to buy
have secured a large hay bailing con on the hillside.
are not excelled in any country. The of S. Bacon.
tract oear North Yakima, Washington,
Estrayed:—A liberal reward will be 2& acres ia cultivation will produce
which extends over 4$ months. On given to learn the where abouts of the 25 or 30 tons of roots, corn, melons,
On August 2nd, one Claud Jackson
two farms alone are 6000 tons awaiting following stock: 6 head sheep with squash, pumpkins, et«., every variety was arraigned before County Judge L.
them and 10,000 tons are now being lambs. Sheep marked with slit in of vegetable in fact common to our A. Rood on a charge of rape alleged
bailed on one farm in that section. left ear, part marked with slit in right soil. People who have poor gardens to have been committed on the person
Wc are glad to note that Philips and ear. When last seen were in pasture would do well to see this splendid ex of one Belle Gerritse, who is alleged
Haynie received this large contract, as 2 miles south of Cornelius. Informa ample of gardner’s art and profit by the to be under 16 years of age. Jack
they are both hustlers and worthy of tion to J. Dixon, Cornelius, or News successful methods
used in its son’s bail was fixed at $1000 pending
the confidence bestowed on them.
at Gresham, Ore., this week.