Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911, September 29, 1904, Page 2, Image 2

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    Auction house for furniture.
Eat at the Michigan House.
Fancy dishes at Nicholson & Son’s.
South Park grocery handles best Art squares beat carpet.—Roe &
Cedar posts and tiling at T. A. Tiy the South Park grocery J. W.
North, proprietor.
Plumbing Fixtures of all kinds at Agitate our telephone wire. Mc­
Namer & Johnson.
Goff Bros.
Money to loan on real estate, Hol- Standard ranges and Moore steel
King stoves at Goff Bros.
lis & Hawks.
Fresh milk cows for sale. Langley Meats— The best in town delivered
to your home. A. Saelen & Co.
& Campbell.
Rapid transit from us to you. Mc- Cheney the tinner. You always get
the brand of tin you bargain for.
Namer & Johnson.
Buy less and buy the best at Mc- Mr. J. H. Lafferty, of Gales Creek,
was in town Tuesday on business.
Namer & Johnson’s.
Ash wood for sale. Enquire of Lee Peacock Brand of Eastern Oregon
hard wheat flour at Ritchy’s.
Sparks or Will Sparks.
Lumber at Callahan & Herring’s Mrs. Geo. Wilcox, of near Banks,
was visiting with friends here Tuesday.
mill, Gaston, Oregon.
Best groceries at the Home Grocery. Try the Home Grocery. Corner
3rd. and Pacific Avenue. Everything
S. E. Williams, proprietor.
the best.
“Oct Styles” of meats and groceries
just received at McNamer & Johnson’s. Watch for our wagon. It will be at
your door during the week. A.
1000 harmonicas of the latest pat­ Saelen & Co.
terns with beautiful tone just in at the
Wanted— 100 students to take
lessons by mail. G. B. Hardin,
The parlors of Mademoiselle La-
Forest Grove, Oregon.
Course can be found at The
Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, of the Dalles,
were in this city ¡Tuesday, en route
There are yet a few fine second for Gales Creek where they will visit
hand sewing macnines at the Bazaar to her mother, Mrs. Walter Lilly.
be sold at a bargain. New machines Any person who has a copy of The
from $ 20 . up.
News of the date of Aug. 18, 1904
Miss May Jackson is clerking at that they do not care to keep will con­
Weitzel & Christian’s, the Up-to-date fer a favor by leaving the same at this
Grocery, in the absence of Carl Christian office.
who will return October 15.
The Bennett warehouse situated
Mr. Marble and daughter, of Beaver near the S. P. R. R. track in this city
City., Nebraska, arrived here Monday has been purchased by the merchantile
and will remain a few months seeing firm of Jackson & LaCourse to use for
the country and recuperate their health. their extensive produce business.
Organs and sewing machines are The people in and about Greenville
sold now at the Bazaar every day. are justly proud of the fact that they
Yesterday a fine solid walnut case organ have a new Macabee hall at that place,
good as new was sold at the extremely and on the evening of Oct. 15, they
will dedicate it by a genuine social
low price of $40.
Everyone who can, should save Quality talks, everybody who bought
money by laying in their winter a sample sack of “ Our Best” Corvallis
supply now. About two hundred flour wants more, many were so well
customers are using Corvallis flour pleased with the bread made from it
ask your neighbors how they like the they have laid in enough to last all
bread made from this famous flour, for winter. Money back if you want ic.
sale by Thomas & James.
For sale by Thomas & James.
G. B. Hardin has moved his office While working in the boiler room of
to the Wagner building. Students the P. C. C. Milk Co. here one day
desiring to take up the study of short­ last week, W. I. Haney, the fireman
hand should see him before making and Mr. Van Orsdale, helping, opened
arrangements to take elsewhere. Have the manhole of the boiler lid which
a large growing class in stenography. falling into the hot water below caused
Another class starts Monday, Oct. 3. it to splash upon them, inflicting very
I also give lessons by mail. Students severe bums. Mr. Haney and Mr.
living in the county can avail them­ Van Orsdale are as yet unable to return
selves of this opportunity at no greater to their work. The accident was due
expense than if they were in the city. to no fault of the company yet it has
Satisfaction assured. Come and see treated the men exceptionally well, for
which they feel grateful.
Mirs Estella Via was visiting friends
n Portland this week.
For a fine Sunday dinner go to the
Colonial. Dinner served from 6 to 7:30
p. m.
The medicine man on the street
last evening did a remarkably good
Born— to Professor Chapman and
wife, Wednesday, Sept. 28, a son
Dr. Hines the attending physician re­
ports both doing nicely.
New up-to-date stock of ladies trim­
med hats and street hats, call and see
our millinery stock on second floor.
Thomas & James.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Allen are now
comfortably settled in their new home.
They have one of the cosiest and
most attractive homes in the city.
The display of cloaks and jackets
in the window of “ The Progressive
store” makes one realize that the fall
and winter seasons are approaching.
Chas. B. Smith, of Anderson, India­
na, was a visitor at the News Office
today. He expects to remain on the
coast and open a job printing office in
Portland or Seattle.
Joe Lilly, of Gales Creek, returned
Wednesday from Idaho and Eastern
Oregon where he has been to see the
country. He expects to return to
Moro to engage in business.
German Lutheran Services— This
coming Sunday, October, 2nd, there
will be services at the residence of Mr.
Chas. Reinemer on Fifth Street, third
house south from 2nd. Ave S. Be­
ginning of services 2:30 p. m. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
H. C. Ebelihg, pastor.
The Forest Grove Rod and Gun Club
went to Gaston the first of the week to
shoot with the denizens of Wapato lake
for practice. Our boys lost the meet
and the Gaston boys are now coming
down to retaliate. Songe star scores
were made by J. J. Wirtz and “ Bud”
Watson but the exact score will not be
mentioned as “ Johny” and“ Bud” asked
us not to refer to it. Ask them.
The K. P. Lodge, “ Delphos No. 39,
of Forest Grove,” have elected J. A.
Abbott and J. J. Wirtz as delegates to
Grand Lodge to be held at Seaside,
Oct. 11th to 14th. It is expected that
this will be one of the largest assem­
blies of Knights ever held in the State.
Could our city accomodate the crowd
it would be possible to have its meet­
ing here next year.
College Notes.
President Ferrin visited in
Principal Bates made a business tri
to Portland Wednesday.
Col. Sobieski addressed the studeats
at chapel Monday afternoon.
Miss Lillian Bain of Portland has or,
ganized an art class, which is an mno.
vation in the course of study offered at
The Hillsboro contingency is small
er than usual this year as that town has
added another grade to its public school
John Leach, an old student of P. fj
visited the school over Sunday on his
way to O. A. C., where he will take a
course in pharmacy.
Frank Dimick of Hubbard, a cousin
of W. A. Dimick, who graduated here
two years ago, is in school and wil
make a valuable addition to the foot
ball squad.
Manager Thompson has been com­
pelled to give up school for the year
and H . E. Thomas was chosen to suc­
ceed him at a m eeting of the student
body held Tuesday. Willard Wirtz
will assist him with the work.
The Y. W. C. A. gave an informal
reception to the young women who
have just entered school at Marsh Hall
Sat. afternoon, and the Y. M. C. A.
held a similar function for men at Her­
rick Hall the same evening. Both
events were well attended by old and
new students alike.
Football prospects at the university
are becoming brighter as the old men
return to school and it now appears
that the team will be both heavier
and speedier than that of last season.
The squad is out every evening and the
field has been put in shape for hard
work. Coach Magee is expected to
arrive today and will immediately take
charge of the squad.
The college reception, held Friday
evening, was one of the most enjoy­
able events of its kind ever given at
Pacific. The walls of the chapel were
beautifully adorned with multi-colored
autumn leaves and streamers of crim­
son and black. A novel feature of the
evening was the abense of introduc­
tions, the new students and old ming­
ling together and becoming acquaint­
ed by the exchange of autographs.
Prof. Chapman delighted those present
with several piano solos after which
Candidates for the trip to St. Louis evervone joined in the usual “grand
Following is the total vote cast for prom.” At a late hour the young
the candidates to World’s Fair at St. ladies of the junior class served refresh­
Louis up to last evening.
ments of fruit punch and wafers.
Alyce Cronin.................................. 7895
Pearl Chandler......................
Feed Mill.
Lena Parker........................ . . . .2974 Will F. Hartrampf’s Feed Mill located
Manche Langley..................'.'..733
east of the Farmers’ Feed bam will nm
Stella Via.............................
every Saturday until further notice.
Detta Friday........................
Grace Baer........................... ’ *’
All kinds of feed ground at reasonable
Ruby Price.............................
* 132 rates.
Birdie Sappington.............’ ’ ’ ' 15
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