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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1904)
ST o ’ c I l happenings !
Auction house for furniture.
Eat at the Michigan House.
Fancy dishes at Nicholson & Son’s.
A good cup of coffee is half the
meal. Watrous & Allen Co.’s Best
Blend, will suit you.
Mrs. Chas. O. Roe and son Bruce
South Park giocery handles best
are again at Newport where Bruce is
feeling much better.
Cedar posts and tiling at T. A.
Of all the annoyances, poor plumb
Come and see.
ing is one of the worst. We guarantee
our work.—H. L. Deckert.
Plumbing Fixtures of all kinds at
Mrs. E. W. Haines and daughters
Money to loan on real estate.
lis & Hawks.
Best Willamette Valley Flour for have returned from Portland where they
$1.00 at Thomas & James.
j have been visiting friends.
The Gaston Mills open for
business. Will buy or
store all kinds of Grain,
Flour, Chop Feed and Mill
Feed on hand. Use Gold
en Rod Flour. Best in the
Valley. Sacks and Twine.
J. A. McCUNE, M'g'r.
Standard ranges and Moore steel
Cutting the meat correctly helps
B. H. Laughlin was in North Yam
King stoves at Goff Bros.
the cook, and pleases all the family.
Cheney the tinner. You always get Try A. Saelen & Co’s for fancy cuts.
Ash wood for sale. Enquire of Lee
kthe brand of tin you bargain for.
Chas. Thomas recently sold his pro
Sparks or Will Sparks.
Try the Home Grocery. Corner perty on the Greenville road through
Lumber at Callahan & Herring’s
3rd. and Pacific Avenue. Everything the agency of C. D. Anderson, of this
mill, Gaston, Oregon.
Big cut in big mouth vacuum fruit
For sale cheap—Some fine full
Watch for our wagon. It will be at
jars at Thomas & James.
Poland China boar pigs.
B e f o r e G o in g
your door during the week. A.
Miss Josephine Baber was in Portland j Saelen & Co.
E ls e w h e r e
gon. Hughes phone.
this week visiting friends.
Miss Dessie Christian returned from
T r y th e
If you die you beat it and if you
Best groceries at the Home Grocery. Portland, Monday, from a visit with
live you beat it. Modern National
S. E. Williams, proprietor.
Mrs. Ward Swope.
Reserve policies give fullest protection
Meats—The best in town delivered
Mr. Will Clark and family, of Port at lowest cost. Get one.
to your home. A. Saelen & Co.
land, were out visiting a few days at
Capt. F. S. Barnes spent Monday in
The parlors of Mademoiselle I^a- the home of his parents.
Portland at the golf links shooting with
Course can be found at The
Wanted —100 students to take Will Thompson, the poet of Seattle,
lessons by mail. G. B. Hardin,
and Dr. Jones, of Portland.
Forest Grove, Oregon.
The Misses Alyce i nd Sadie Cronin
Mr. and Mrs. James Wood have
spent Sunday with friends in the hop
If you are troubled with catarrh, sore left for an extended trip and will take
yards at Pike.
throat, diseases of lungs, stomach or in the Salem Fair and then visit with
[ VERY BEST I
Grocery supplies in the grocery line kidneys.—Consult Dr. Geiger.
friends and relatives in Portland.
at the Home Grocery, corner 3rd and
QUALITY, PRICES, TREATMENT
Your home made pleasant when
properly papered. Our line is the Salem State Fair from where they will I
SAELENS & CO., Main St
Our prices you will find to be right largest in the city. Roe & Buxton.
go to Kalama, Washington, where they
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
and you get what you order. A.
20 acres, all in cultivation, between will visit his mother for a few weeks.
Saelen & Co.
Hillsboro and Cornelius on base line
A fine complexion and a good head
Callahan & Heiring can furnish you road. Some beaverdam, good house, of hair are always to be desired.
with lumber, Gaston, Oregon. Write barn and orchard. $2800. easy terms. Mademoiselle LaCourse can convince
Fine hams, bacon and prepared
them for prices.
R. W. McNutt, real estate agent, Cor you that it pays
at Nicholson & Son’s.
to care for each in a
If you want choice fancy groceries, nelius, Oregon.
Card of Thanks
buy them at the South Park Grocery.
Rough or dressed lumber delivered
If you intend buying hardware you
We desire to thank our friends and
to any part of city or county. Slab should call and see the most complete
neighbors who so kindly assisted us
Messrs. F. Watrous and McNutt, wood delivered any place in Forest stock in the valley. It costs nothing, during the illness and at the death of
of the firm of Watrous, Allen Co., Grove or Cornelius at $2.00 per cord. see for yourself. Goff Bros, are up-to- our little one.
were in Portland on business Monday. Leave orders with Francis Bernard, date merchants.
MR. and MRS. THOS. EPPLETT.
Ed. Naylor, M. W. Patton or the News
Mr. and Mrs George Sloan, Mr. Office. Orders taken by phone.
Dr. J. J. Wiggins
ing and evening preaching services in
and Mrs. J. C. Latta are at the Capital
Osteopathic physician, of Portland,
Uncle Johnny Baldwin, who was the the Christian Church.
City this week in attendance at the
manager of the Johnson hop-yard, east will be preached by the pastor as the continues to visit Forest Grove and
of Gaston, returned home Monday Union services have been discontinued. may be seen at Mr. David Smith’s
Mrs. Wm l^angley and Miss Manche having finished the work there. Mr. Subject of morning sermon, 11a. m., residence on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
were up at Salem the past week seeing Baldwin has had much experience in “ Our Reasonable Service.” Evening, Saturdays.
the fair and visiting at the home of this line and gives the best of satisfac 7:30 p. m. ‘‘Five One Things.”
Notice of Presentation of Claims
Mr. L. C. Pennell’s who were residents tion to his employer and the hop- the members of the Christian church
Notice is hereby given to all persons holding claim s
of Forest Grove.
the estate of the late John B. Beal, deceased, to
and all the friends are cordially invited against
present the same with the proper vouchers to the under
inistratrix of the estate of the late John B.
The Misses Anna Johnson, Iva
Beal at the office of Hoffman A W elch in the city of
The enterprising firm of Ballard & | to attend.
Forest Grove, Oregun, within six month from the date
Smith and Kate Stribich are at Mor- Lenneville are building an annex to
There is now a movement by one of I of this notice. The date and first publication of this
riss’s hop yard in Pike this week their establishment. Should the work Forest Grove’s energetic men to install I notice is the ISth day of Septem ber, 19t‘4.
KVA. A. BEAL.
inistratrix of the estate of John B. Beal.
while enjoying the outing they are men not go out on a strike, they will lik- here an up-to-date steam laundry. Hoffman A Adm
W elch, attorneys for adm inistratrix. Forest
earning from two to three dollars per ly have the building under cover some This is something that is much needed Grove, Oregon.
time next week. The interior furnish as there is at the present time $75 to Executor's Notice of Final Settlement
During his absence from home one ings and installment of the equipment $100 worth of laundry going from this Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed
the County Court of W ashington County, his final
day last week, Mr. Brown, who lives will be under the supervision of Mr. vicinity every week.
The money in
report in the m atter of the estate of Catherine M. Schoch.
and said County Court has set Monday. Octo-
between Manning and Buxton had his Ballard, who is a master mechanic. kept at home and put in circulation deceased,
ber 10,1404, at the Court House in Hillsboro. O regon,
at 10 o clock a m. of said day, as the time and place of
field burned over destoying consider The deputy city marshall has been on again would be a benefit to the people I hearing objections to said final report and the final
ent of said estate.
able fencing and lumber. How the the scene since the beginning of the here. It is hoped that in the future settlem
Dated this 9th day of September, 1904.
fire originated is unknown but it was work and has kept perfect peace among we may have a laundry and a bakery,
1 • ov,m,v lli u r c r a s n l,
evidently set with malicious intent.
both being badly needed.
W. M. Langley A Son, Attorneys,