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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1904)
Fine teas and coffees at Nicholson
Bath tubs—the very best at Goff
Hunting and trespass signs for sale
Fancy tea and coffee at Nicholson
at the News Office.
Fine hams, bacon and
Fay Harrington is very sick with
meats at Nicholson & Son’s.
Big invoice of second hand goods
Rev. L. F. Belknap spent part of
on at the Auction House.
this week in Portland.
Dutchess Trousers— 10 cents a but
Nicholson & Son have a fine line of
ton and $1.00 a rip. Bailey’s Big
dishes, call and see them.
Rev. Geo. F. Zimmerman is in
Finest stock of hats in the city at
Woodburn this week on business.
Mrs. Dixon’s millinery store, Main
Prune drying has commenced but
reports show the crop is quite light.
Just in—new line of ladies fall hats
Shingles, the best on the market at
at prices you can afford. Mrs. Dixon,
the right price, at T. A. Ritchey’s.
Books, pencils, tablets, etc, for the
Dutchess Trousers— 10 cents a but
school children at the South Park
ton and $1.00 a rip. Bailey’s Big
Carriage trimmings of any kinds and
Everything in the line of school
carriage repairing, at Stribich’s shop,
supplies at the South Park Grocery.
Call for bargains.
The Watrous & Allen Co.’s Best
Jackson & La Course are disposing
Blend coffee has found favor within a
of their shelf hardware. Some bargains
host of homes.
can be had at their store.
Good bread made from Pendleton
Do you know—That the Colonial
White Satin Flour,
serves an elegant Sunday dinner?
best. Nicholson &Son.
Take your friend there to dine.
The very latest in the new styles of
New supplies of writing tablets etc.,
fall and winter hats, prices that will
also fresh line of candies and nuts just
pjease you. Mrs. Dixon, Main Street. arrived at the South Park Grocery.
Mrs. Geo. Zimmerman is spending
New wagon— good five year old
the week at Vancouver, Washington, horse, weighing 1300 pounds, and a
visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. F. fyamess for sale. Enquire of F. W.
Milne, Forest Grove.
Mrs. James Stevens has returned to
A. R. Strachan, a mining engineer
her home in Amity after an extended of Portland and Seattle, was in this
visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. B. city the first part of the week calling
on friends and relatives.
< STRO NG EST
IN TH E WORLD
Everybody knows that “Strongest in the World” means
The Equitable Life. Rates no higher than other companies
T. H. PETERS, Spaeial Agent,
306 Oregonian Building, Portland, Or.
7 0 HOURS
P o r t la n d to C h ic a g o V ia
O. R . & IV, C o .
O reg on S h o r t L in e ,
U n io n P a c if ic a n d
Chicago & Northwestern Railway
The only Double Tracked Railway be
tween Missouri River and Chicago.. .
Two Through Trains Daily
Y o u c u n úet o n the t r a i n i n P o r t l a n d a n d
n eed not p e r o ff u n til you a r r iv e in C h ic a g o
S e e th at Y o u r T ic k e t R e a d s V ia the
C . & IV. W. R Y .
A. G. BARKER, GENERAL AGENT.
C. E. BOCKMANN, PASSENGER AGENT,
No. 153 Third St., Portland, Or.
Carl C. Iler is the proud father of a
Mr. Garrigus, who has a farm near
13j pound boy, born Monday. Dr. * Banks, has the banner record for raising
Your home made pleasant when
W. N Sears is out again after an
C. L. Large reports mother and child hogs. He recently marketed 4 head
properly papered. Our line is the
that were 4 months old, that weighed, attack of fever.
largest in ti e city. Roe & Buxtc n.
Lyman Ware left Monday for Crook when dressed 101 lbs. each, netting
Miss Kate Meyers spent Sunday at
County to investtgate the irrigation $7.00 per head. This proves what home from her school at Fairview.
John Hough, of Hooper, Nebraska,
lands and possibly to make his home may be done by a practical stock
at Forest Grove for a short
Postmaster A. C. Atwell, is busily
in that country.
engaged operating his prune dryer this visit with old Nebraskan friends last
Friday and Saturday. He was en route
Perry Watson, an old resident of week.
Big cut on big mouth vacuum fruit
for Spokane, Washington, to look up
jars. We bought too many and now Washington County, who has been
some real estate which he is about to
cut the price to save carrying them spending the past year in Rockport,
invest in. Mr. Hough made a tour of
over to next year. Thomas & James. Boone County, Missouri, arrived Tues
day to make his future home here. It has been planned for some time-----. Washington, Oregon and California last
The job of plastering the new
He is the father of our townsman,
March and has about decided to locate
Mr. Ernest Couples who was at the
Congregational Church has been let to
“ Bud” Watson and ownes a fine farm
State Fair with Ed Naylor’s goats,
Thomas Brown, of this place. It is a
He has travelled
returned from the Capital City,
A reception in honor of Mrs. Bertha
big contract and will be completed
widely and pronounces the Willamette
Seeley, nee Hadley, was given
early this fall.
Valley the paradise of the earth.
at the home of Pres. W. N. Ferrin, last
The old storm covers, over the Rus
Dr. Friiell and H. L. Russell, both
Mr j A
m old Rentieman
Saturday evening, many of her old
of Gaston, were visitors at the Grove, jivjnR near Haywood, is in Portland sel shoe store and the Goff Bros hard friends and acquaintances
Dr. Friiell has been in this wcek havinR one of his arms am- ware store are being tom away. It
present. Mrs. Seeley was at one time
makes a vast improvement in the looks
Gaston for three years and has given puUted. Some time ago while work-
head of the department of instrumental
good satisfaction, his practice being ¡nR on
he had the arm crush- of the street. Will others take the music of Pacific University and is very
broken by a heavy stone which
well known in musical circles. She
The work on the addition to the is a graduate of the Oberlin Conserva
Services will be held at the'.Christian he was moving. ¡After having the
house is progressing rapidly tory of Music, was a student in Ger
Church, Sunday morning by the pastor member dressed here he returned
who will preach upon the subject— home and later blood poisoning has under the supervision of Contractor many, for two years and is now one of
Sanctification. In the evening there has made it necessary to have the arm Naufts. The work is being rushed so Tacoma’s most popular society ladies.
will be no sermon as a union meeting taken off. He is quite an old man as to eliminate the noise as early as Her mother, Mrs. Hadley, and her
of the churches will be held at Marsh yet his recovery is probable as he has pcsuble from annoying the scholars at aunt, Mrs. Chappell, both of Galesburg,
their study in the adjoining rooms.
been in good health here-to-fore.
Illinois, are touring the West with her.