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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1904)
LOCAL HAPPENINGS 1
Furniture upholstered and repaired
A. W. Johnson, the “ Market M an”
made to order at Harris.
Two doors south of Vert’ s Hall.
That fine new gun cam e
Meats— The best in town delivered
to your home.
E. A. Ives, of Glenwood,
A. Saelen & Co.
Mr. Fay Harrington,
Tillamook this week.
who has been
sick with typhoid fever is still very ill.
office a pleasant call, Tuesday.
See Goff Bros’ . big stock of hard
Huston and wife, of
visiting in our city,
ware before buying elsewhere.
Mr. and Mrs. John Heisler, of Gales
W. B. Logsdon, of Manning, was in
the city Tuesday on business.
were in this city on business
Dr. Frizelle and H . W . Russell, of
Gaston, weie down Friday on business.
Watch for our wagon.
It will be at
your door during the
For a fine Sunday dinner go to the c aejen & Qo
Colonial. Dinner served from 6 to 7:30
The parlors of Mademoiselle La-
A. Baldwin, of Mountaindale, was in
the city Saturday shaking hands with
It is said that oil of Goldenrod is a
If you wish to keep on the good
side of your wife get a new steel range
Rev. J. J. Patton will occupy Rev.
L. F. Belknap’ s pulpit at the M. E.
Mr. and Mrs.
T. H . Rodgers
Monday for M cM innville
to take a
vacation of a few days.
as it is often called.
M. Garrison has returned
from his nothern trip and reports large
classes in penmanship and good sales
for eggs and fancy birds.
Frank Gordon resigned his position
with Jackson & LaCourse as salesman
and is now with J. E. Bailey in that
Claude Smith formerly employed at
Plibbs’ store in Gaston,
is again at
home and working for
Mr. W . I. Haney and
gents’ furnishing goods
store in the
Odd Fellows’ building.
Mrs. Baber and daughter Josephine
church, next Sunday.
sure cure for poison ivy or poison oak,
Watch for the opening of the new
at Goff Bros.
dale, the two em ployees of the
left Saturday for Newport where they
will remain several days on pleasure
and business com bined.
James and Clark have been
Tw o doors south of Vert’ s Hall.
May Hardin, of this city is
visiting in Cheeney, Washington, this
H . Anderson, engineer for Orandorf
mill at Buxton was in town on business
A letter addressed to Mrs John R ey
Upholstering and mattress making at
C. F. Harris’ s,
second door south of
Beaver City, Nebraska, Las purchased
the H iggins ranch
near Dilley, and
S t a g e M ir r o r .
a scene in a play above a fireplace, in
a sideboard or a cabinet one is almost
sure to hear somebody usk his or her
neighbor w hy the glass has been smear
ed with whiting or soap or something
that dulls its surface completely. All
sorts of reasons are hazarded or sug
gested. Sometimes It Is stated that it
Is done for luck, at others that they
did not intend to leave It dirty. The
real explanation is, however, a simple
The glass is dirtied to prevent
the illusion of the scene being de
stroyed, as it certainly would be if the
audience saw in it the reflection of
themselves or, worse still, the reflec
tion of the people in the wings carry
ing on the business of the stage.—Cld-
Vert’ s Hall.
O n io n s F o r D ip h th e r ia .
In cases of diphtheria onions in the
Deputy Sheriff Kane was in Eastern form of a poultice and a sirup are said
Oregon last week attending to mining to have an almost magical effect. The
poultice in this case is made of the raw
onion pounded to a pulp and bandaged
the throat well up to the ears,
Mrs. Dennis of Portland, is spending
changing ns often as the mass becomes
several days at the hom e of Frank dry. A poultice of the same on the
30le of each foot reduces the fever. The
Satnders of this city.
mucilaginous properties of onion juice
Mrs. Will Lambert and son Herbert make it specially soothing to the in- I
left for St. Louis and other Eastern flamed mucous membrane and there- |
fore acceptable in case of whooping
points for an extensive pleasuie trip.
cough, croup or diphtheria. An excel
Exclusive line of gents’ fine furnish lent w ay to make the sirup is to cut |
the onion into slices, sprinkle plentiful
ings will be found at W . H ousem an’ s ly with sugar and press between hot
new store in I. 0 . 0 . F. building plates and a heavy weight until all the |
juice is extracted.
M ir r o r , C r y s t a l a n il Sw ord.
The State President of the W . C. T .
U. will be in Forest Grove
to inspect the J. B. Matthews corps.
the Kane-Hubbert logging camp this recovering.
winter has purchased the Oscar Bald
Miss Pearl Ramsey of G lencoe left
win property on the corner of Second
yesterday for Beaver City, to visit her
and First Avenue.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hardin.
$ 1200 .
Mrs. Ramsey was accompanied by
Rev Olinger, well known here and
Miss Emma Severe who will remain in
who resided here until his recent move Beaver City.
to Sheridan, was in town Tuesday
C. C. H oopes, one of the progress
visiting old friends and saying goodbye
who were badly burned, previous to his departure for Christo
pher, near Tacoma, where he has
are slowly recovering.
charge of a church.
Atty. John F. James and wife of
Mr. C. 0 . Henry, recently from
Portland, are spending a vacation with
of this city.
Whenever a looking glues appears lu
M embers are requested to be present
Mr. E. E. Mink is suffering with an at the meeting.
affliction of the hands and arms caused
0 . W . Lloyd of Banks, is in town
by being poisoned while in the hop
this week. Mr. Lloyd has been a long
fields either by the hopvines or some
sufferer with rheumatism and was in
poisonous weed similiar to poison oak.
Portland hospital for several
Mr. Elliott, who will have charge of months. H e is now better and is fast
C. Milk C o.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Clark,
G et prices on stoves at Harris H ard
was in Portland, Monday.
lis & Hawks.
j at Harris Hardware.
Money to loan on real estate,
The three symbols of the imperial!
house of Japan are the mirror, the cry* j
tal and the sword, and they are carried|
in front of the" emperor on all state oc
Each has its significance. I
“ Look at the mirror and reflect thy-f
self,” or, in other •words, “Know thy-l
seif,” is the message of the mirrorJ
“ Be pure and shine” is the crystal’s in-j
junction, while the sword is a reminder^
to “Be sharp.’
ive farmers of near Gaston was in town
Mr. H oopes is a veteran
of the civil war and has always taken
an active part in local politics, being
of the Roosevelt persuasion.
Attorney J. N.
S e a r c h F o r S n ccea i.
This is my advice to young men seem
ing for success: Fix your eye on Enjfl
land, fix it on Alaska, fix it on thfl
moon, collect beetles, desire tram tictfl
ets. demand lost boot laces, die for (lea J
cats—do any of these things and yoB
may lia’^e your will.
But do not f i l
your dreams upon success, for thB
bones of those dreamers are wreolB
along the shore.— G. K. Chesterton
U n n a lly .
It is usually the young woman wlB
wouldn’t have the best man in tlB
world who snaps at the first offer, a n
the man who is the most cynical abo^
matrimony is pretty sure *o propose
the first woman who gives him an o |
Vortunity.— Boston Transcript.
hunting several days and report good will at once take possession and have secured a pension and $400 back pay
F l i n t a n d S te e l.
his family com e from the East. This for Calista B. Smith, mother of Byron
luck in bringing down the “ China.”
Mrs. Hlgftmore (with cold dlgnitylj
ranch is splendidly located and Mr. and E. D. Smith of this city. It has To what am I indebted for the honi
Philip Waters, the youngest son of
Henry expects to grow fruit etc., in required nearly 3 years of untiring of this visit? Unexpected Caller—T
Frank Water, who recently moved
which work he has had a good many effort on the part of Mr. Hoffman and your careless servant, perhaps, madat
I dare say she forgot that you were nl
from this place to Walla Walla is
the necessary evidence was very diffi
years of experience.
rt home.— Chicago Tribune.
reported to be very ill with typhoid
cult to secure.
The new store building of Chas.
S w a l l o w * a n il m ie r o o e * .
fever. Their many friends of this place
Miller, located in the center of Main
and other migratory bir
Orton Griebler an employe of Tim
will be pained to leam that there is a
those places which
street is rapidly being com pleted.
A W . Thompson on the repair work of
serious question as to his recovering.
in the slightest degree infected
new plate glass front will soon be in the Gaston mill race one day last week noxious microbes. Thus they are net
The following persons of this city stalled as well as a new furnace, which was accidentally caught by a heavy to be found in districts where choloB
attended the Fairbanks-Dolliver rally in is now on its way to Forest Grove.
It timber crushing one of his hands sev yellow fever, the plague and other off
Portland, last Friday evening.
Senator will be some little time yet before it is erely. The
E. W. Haines, B. H . Laughlin, Judge com pleted but it will be one of the
W . H . Hollis,
J. W. Thornburg, finest stor; buildings in the city. As zelle was in
Atty. J. N. Hoffman, Dr. Chas. Hines, soon as it is com pleted Mr. Miller will the work.
S. G. H ughes,
N. Johnson and move his eniire drug store stock into
the new store.
thumb was injured so that
attendance and performed
highly and is fast recover
(ta n k diseases prevail. The distril
which they select as their tempera
homes are In all respects the ml
healthy that can be found. It k o
dent from this that persons who I
afraid of catching cholera or other
fectious diseases ought not to li'jj
places which are shunned by t