Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911, September 15, 1904, Page 10, Image 10

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Patton Valley
Fire at Gaston
Fancy tea and coffee at Nicholson Fine teas and coffees at Nicholson
Befoie daylight Wednesday morning Hop-picking will be a thing of the
& Son’s.
& Son’s.
the
drugstore and dwelling of Wm past after this week.
Big cut in big mouth vacuum fruit Hunting and trespass signs for sale Menefee,
of Gaston, burned to the Nellie Stanbridge and George Calla­
at the News Office.
jars at Thomas & Sames.
ground. How the fire started is not
Shingles, the best on the market at Big cut in big mouth vacuum fruit exactly known as it was not discovered han left for the Yamhill hop- yards.
C. Davis had the threshers one
the right price, at T. A. Ritchey’s. jars at Thomas & James.
until it was too much under way to day A. longer
than he expected, they
Nicholson & Son have a fine line of Big cut in big mouth vacuum fruit check, The fire spread from »the store broke the engine and had to go 12
jars at Thomas & James.
to the house but before the heat be­ miles for another, but everybody was
dishes, call and see them.
came so intense a major portion of the glad they had the mishap for Mrs.
Dutchess Trousers— 10 cents a but­ Big invoice of second hand goods household
goods had been removed to
always has the table loaded with
ton and $1.00 a rip. Bailey’s Big now on at the Auction House.
a place of safety. The loss will be Davies
goodies
of all kinds.
Dutchess Trousers— 10 cents a but­ about $4000. which is partially covered
Store.
R. E. Nicholson and his brother, ton and $1.00 a rip. Bailey’s Big by insurance. Mr. Menefee has made Bert Porter traded teams with Tomy
Gerrish last week.
now visiting him from Michigan, took Store.
public no plans for the future.
j Herring & Callahan’s mill is now
a flying trip to the coast over Sunday. Finest stock of hats in the city at
Probate Court
i running steady and they are able to
Mrs.
Dixon’s
millinery
store,
Main
Miss Kate Meyers left Friday for Street.
Estate of George Bruder, deceased. I fill a bill on short notice. They are
Fairview, Oregon, to assume charge of
Sale of real estate approved. Adminis­ very acommodating, always ask their
Just
in—new
line
of
ladies
fall
hats
the Fairview school for the coming
tratrix authorized to execute and de­ customers to dinner, such people you
at
prices
you
can
afford.
Mrs.
Dixon,
year.
liver a good and sufficient conveyance. seldom find.
Main Street.
Leabo and family, his cousin
Mrs. Joe Mahoney, of South Park, Take a vacation and buy your sport­ Estate of John B. Beal, deceased. and Rhese
wife,
of Portland, made A. C.
has been ill for some time and Dr. ing goods, camp stove and amunition Letters of administration issued to Eva Davis and family
a pleasant visit.
A. Beal. F. E. Waters, Geo. F.
Bailey Sr., of Hillsboro, has been at Goff Bros.
and Mrs. Lee Anderson will
Zimmerman, and Chas. O’Dell appoint­ take Mr. charge
called in attendance.
of their new home, which
Mrs. N. C. Turnbull, of Vancouver, ed appraisers.
they
purchased
last week, by the first
Mrs. G. Hartrampf, who has been Washington, is visiting her daughter, Estate of Fred Schulenberg, deceas­
of the year.
t
handling the California perfume goods, Mrs. S. G. Hughes.
ed.
Final
account
approved
and
will keep a supply on hand at Jackson Girl wanted— Will pay $15. per estate closed of record. Administra­ Juhn Allen reports the Perkins hop-
yard picked in half the time that it
& La Course’s store.
month for good girl domestic for work. trix discharged and bondsmen released. took last year.
E. X. Harding, of Gaston, was a Inquire Goff Bros.
Estate of John B. Beal, deceased.
visitor in the city Tuesday. Mr. Hard­ Dutchess Trousers— 10 cents a but­ Inventory and appraisement approved. Candidates for the trip to St. Louis
ing is an experienced miller having ton and $1.00 a rip. Bailey’s Big Total valuation $4587.99. Petition to Following is the total vote cast for
been with the Gaston mills for some Store.
set aside personal property and for the candidates to World’s Fair at St.
years.
Louis up to last evening.
granted.
Jackson & La Course are disposing allowance
Chandler.............................5549
George Markee has purchased the of their shelf hardware. Some bargains Estate of John Graff, deceased. Pearl
Cronin...............................5033
Receipts having been filed, ordered Alyce
east half of the old Schock property can be had at their store.
Lena
Parker...............................
2964
that the administrator be released, his Manche Langley.........................733
in the city and will put upon it a work
shop this fall and a residence in the Do you know—That the Colonial bondsmen exonerated and the estate Stella Via..................................... 30
serves an elegant Sunday dinner? closed of record.
Detta Friday................................. 13
spring.
Grace
Baer................................... 19
Take your friend there to dine.
Guardianship of Philip Beal, a minor.
Fire still wages on the various foot­
Eva A. Beal appointed guardian with a
hills and mountains, being fanned by New supplies of writing tablets etc., bond
fixed at $2500.
the breezes which raise during the also fresh line of candies and nuts just
Fruit at Salem Fair
afternoon ami evening. Much property arrived at the South Park Grocery.
S alem , O re ., Jan. 31, 1904.
loss has resulted.
$1.00 buys a sample sack of “Our
At the Bazaar this week
Kerr
Glass
Manufacturing
Co.,
Best”
Willamette
Valley
flour.
Your
Calls for help to fight fire keep
Portland, Oregon.
coming in from various parts of the money back if you want it. Thomas
Dear Sir:—I used 6 dozen of your Secondhand Piano in Good
surrounding country. This has been & James.
Condition for only $75.00
the worst season the valley has ever Mr. and Mrs. Frank Waters have fruit jars last season and am very much
Organ taken in exchange
pleased with them. The Economy
experienced for many years.
left for Astoria from where they will Jar
the nicest looking and the best
go to Walla Walla, Washington, jar I is have
Among those from Forest Grove soon
ever used. I canned all Sewing Machine Bargains |
to
make
their
future
home.
We
are
attending the State Fair this week are: sorry to loose so good a citizen as Mr. kinds of fruits, vegetables, meat, fish,
James Robinson, O. R. Downs, Geo. Waters.
pickles and chicken, and had fine suc­
A very fine, almost new
Sloan, A. B. Thomas, Jack I^atta, John
cess with the Economy Jar.
Abbott, M. Mink, Thos. Adams Rev. Geo. Zimmerman has been ap I was awarded all the first prizes, Drophead Singer machine
and their respective wives, Trixie pointed agent in Washington County, consisting of eight blue ribbons, at the for - - - - $35.00
Downs, Mrs. Jake Buxton, Jessie Bux­ for the Oregon Fire Relief Association Oregon State Fair, 1903, for my exhi­ A New Home, seven draw­
er machine, only used two
ton, Mrs. Lizzie Macrum, Mrs. Chan­ from which position Mr. Frank Watters bit of canned fruits and jelly.
dler, Pearl Chandler, J. J. Wirtz and resigned this week. Rev. Zimmerman The Oregon Commissioners bought months, price - - 25.00
may be reached by ’phone or mail at all of my fruit to represent Oregon at Another New Home, seven
“ Dutch” Ledford.
drawer machine, slightly
Forest Grove.
the St. Louis Fair. I have ‘been re­ used,
The hop crop at Chas. Johnson’s
only - - - 20.00
quested
to
put
up
fruit
for
the
Lewis
Z.
Wing
has
purchased
the
interest
yards east of Gaston, was one of the
White machine, excelent
and
Clark
Centennial
Exposition,
1905
of
John
Brooks,
of
the
firm
of
Brooks
first in the county to be harvested. |
- - - 12 00
I will use your Economy Jars. condition
While Mr. Johnson does not complain & Son and the new firm will be known and
Singer, 2 years
are a sure seal, easy to open, Improved
of a short crop yet he says he has near­ as Brooks. & Wing. Mr. Wing is an They
price - - - 10.00
I prefer them to any jar I have use,
ly 40,000 pounds less than last year. experienced harness maker as alsp is and
Wheeler & Wilson No. 9
His entire crop from twenty-one acres Mr. Brooks, who is well known all over ever used. Yours very truly,
fine shape, price - 10.00
Washington
County.
only weighed up 47,194 pounds. He
Another White, good for
M rs . S. R. F oster .
employed 85 pickers this season and New wheat never makes as good There are ’ 2,000
jars of fruit, vege­ plain sewing - - 6.50
reports that they were the best lot of flour as old wheat, we have bought a tables, meats, fish, chicken
and pick­ A Domestic, old style but
pickers he ever had in his yards. The car load of “Our Best” ground from les on exhibition at the Oregon
State sews well, price - 5.00
employees pronounce Mr. Johnson a old wheat, you can have a trial sack Fair, all put up by two ladies, Mrs.
A big stock of warranted
S.
gentleman to the letter, and do also for 11.00. Now is the time to lay in R. Foster 1,000 jars and Mrs. Warm new machines always on
speak the highest words of praise for your supply before the new wheat is 1,000 jars. Both use the Economy
hand from $20.00 up. m
yard overseer “ Uncle” John Baldwin. ground. Thomas & James.
jar. For sale by Thomas & James.
BARGAINS