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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1905)
Condemn the Court
COUNTY COURT NEWS
We the undersigned committee ap
—Guldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
pointed by the chairman of the annual
Estate of Hannah Haugh: Petition
—Try Goldenrod Flour.
school meeting of school district No. 2. filed by administrator to borrow money.
of Cornelius, assembled in regular an Petition granted to borrow $200.00 and
— Dress Shirts of all kinds at the nual session, wishing to express our
j secure same by mortgage.
indignation and contempt for the
Estate of Eli J. Haines, executor
—Hats in all styles and prices at The action of the County Court of Wash discharged and estate closed of record.
ington County with reference to the
Estate of Royal L. Simpson, will ad-
misappropriation of the school funds ; rnitted to probate. Eunice P. Ballou
—All the stores sell “ Victor” the
And whereas, the County Court has appointed adminisirator, bond fixed at
best hard wheat flour.
wilfully and wrongfully violated the law 81600.00.
— I have a good fresh cow for sale. * and openly defied and denied the
Estate of Kate C. Wilcox, final ac-
S. Morgan, South Park.
people their rights in this matter and 1 count and report filed and July 24,
— For a swell hat go to the Chicago have arrogated to themselves the right ! time set for final settlement.
in I. 0 . 0 . F. building.
' t0 make rather than to execute the law
Estate of Ellen Sampson, petition to
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as it relates to the appropriation of probate said estate, and that Eunice P.
— Crescent” is the Standard of Ex- . . ,
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funds for our schools; therefore be it Ballou be appointed administratrix
cellence for Valley flour.
resolved That we condemn the action with bonds at 83000.00 Upon ap
— Drain tile, sewer pipe and terra 0f the County Court and feel that it is
proval of bonds letters will be issued.
cotta flues at Richey & Wells’.
I high time for the people to assert
Estate of Joseph Wonderli, admitted
— Money to loan on farm security, themselves, to prevent their being de- to probate, Elizabeth Wonderli and
frauded of their rights; and be it John Wonderli appointed executiix and
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
further resolved that these resolutions excutor without bonds.
—C. F. Harris is closing out his
be spread upon the minutes of this
Guardianship of minors, Chas. C.
entire line of furniture at cost.
meeting, and that a copy be sent to and Floyd Harris. Petition to appoint
— I am selling out my entire line |two of the county papers of this county
Myrtle N. Harris guardian with bonds
of furniture at cost. C. F. Harris.
at $3000.00 on approval of bonds,
G eo . E. M oobery ,
— Mohair and wool wanted at J. E.
letters will be issued.
M. H. H enderson ,
Bailey’s store. Cash or produce.
B U S IN E S S S P E C IA L S
— Mohair and wool wanted at J. E.
Bailey’s store. Cash or produce.
H. G F itc h ,
grain aphis is disappearing, and no
great damage has been done by this
pest. Haying has begun and will be-
j come general in a week or two. Much
clover, vetch and alfalfa has already
been secured, and the hay crop gener
ally promises to be an average one, if
not better. Hops are arming and
show considerable improvement since
last report. The yards are well culti
vated, but on account of missing hills
and uneven growth, yields are expect
ed to be less than usual. Early pota
toes are in the market. Cherries are
ripe and the crop is below the average,
being good in some localities and al
most a failure in others. Strawberry
picking is nearly finished and the crop
turned out to be below the average in
quantity, but about as usual in quality.
G. B. HARBIN,
Farmers & Merchants BROOKS & WHITESELL
Of Forest Grove, Oregon
C A P I T A L $ l| .° S ,0 0 0 .
A General‘Banking Business Trans
acted. Drafts sold on all the principal
Cities in the United States and Europe.
Correspondents Wells Fargo & Co’s
Bank. Directors: Richard M. Dooley,
Thomas H. Adams, John W. Shute,
and Frank E. Dooley.
Can suit you. They have a com
plete stock of Harness, Whips,
Lap Robes. Repairing a special
ty. Call in.
PACIFIC A V E N U E
Men who think
Before they drink.
And wisely think,
Do not drink.
A STRIKING EXAMPLE OF THE BUSI
NESS BENEFITS OF PROHIBITION
F. S. Gordon and Made Belle Sloan;
Q. B. HARDIN
C o rre s p o n d e n c e
S ch ool
Book-keeping and Commercial Studies
N o tice is he re b y g iv e n th a t th e u n d e rsig n e d has been
d u ly a nd la w fu lly ap p o in te d by th e C ounty C ourt of
W ash in g to n C ounty as e x e c u to r of th e last w ill a nd
‘esta m en t of C harles W . Rosa, deceased. T h e re fo re all
pe rso n s h a v in g cla im s a g a in s t said esta te w ill p re s e n t
th em to m e duly verified ac :o rding to law , at th e office of
m y a tto rn e y s , L a n g ley 61 Son in F o re st G rove, o n or be
fo re 6 m on hs from th e date of th e first p u b lic a tio n o f th is
notice. M ay 4th, 1905.
JO H N W . RO SA,
E x e c u to r of the E state of C h a rle s W . Rosa, d eceased .
L A N G LEY & SO N , A ttorneys for e x e cu to r.
(F irs t pub. M ay 4th)
SAELENS « CO., Main St.,
FOREST GROVE, 0RESCN
Practical Undertakers and Embalm-
The argument that driving the Administratrix Notice to Creditors
ers. Calls answered day or night.
TY C O UR T O F T H E STA TE O F O R EG O N
saloons from a town or city ruins it IN T H E COUN
FO R W A SH IN G T O N CO UN TY
From all points in the Northwest
from a business standpoint has been deceased:
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
comes reports of a banner season in
ts h ereby g iv e n th a t th e u n d e rsig n e d h as been
so often that it seems useless ap N p o o in tice
te d a d m in istratrix of th e e sta te o f Jo h n W . A n d e r BOTH ’PHONES.
— One visit will convince you that it hops, but reports from other districts, Daniel E Leisey to James Brv-
Forest Grove, Ore.
by a n o rder of H on. L. A. Rood, Ju d g e of
to present more evidence to the con th e C o u n ty C ourt
den et al 160 acres sec 20 t
fo r W ash in g to n C ounty, O regon,
pays to trade at the Chicago. Just in California, and reports from the great
a nd e n tered on th e 15th day o f A p ril, 1905, a nd I
3 n r 4 w Will Ivler............. $ 1300 trary. But as the argument is still be a m ll ade
pe rso n s h a v in g c laim s a g a in s t th e esta te o f th e said
drop in and see.
hop sections of the worlci, make all John W Winters et ux to H O
deceased, a re h e re b y req u e sted and
ing used, and business men are being d ire c te d . to A nderson,
p rese n t th e ir c laim s w ith p ro p e r v o u c h e rs , |
— All kinds of picnic goods at Duns- predictions difficult. It is said that] Hayes 63 acres in Charles
e n ce a t D ille y ,
deceived thereby, it seems wise to W ash in g to n C ounty, O re m g e o n a , t o m r y at resid
IU H J I
th e clficp o f W . H . |
moor’s store. Remember the long unfavorable reports are being sent out
Talmage claim ...................... 4702
O regon, w ith - j
and S u r g e o n .............
in s ix m onths from th e date h e re o f.
handle dust pan.
in order to influence sales. A few pre Gustav Dreger to John F Logan
Office over Wescott’s Store, Residence
Farmland, Indiana, is a beautiful D ated th is 17th day of A p M ril, ARY
80 acres sec 19 t 1 nr 4 w . .
H . A N D E R SO N ,
— Don’t make a mistake and buy
East of M. E. Church, Forest Grove
George Fisher et ux to H J
town of a little more than a thousand ceased.
your gent’s furnishings before you but were immediately accepted. It is
Christianson 80 acres in sec
inhabitants. The saloons were driven
F irs t p u b ., A p ril 20.
said that offers made were eagerly j 28 t 2 nr 2 w ........................
visit our store—the Chicago.
City Barber Shop . .
from the town a little more than a year
John P Wagner et ux to J E
— For Rent— Baldwin’s new brick, accepted at 19j and 20 cents.
ago, and the law has been enforced so
Baths. Laundry Agency. Situ
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
The ideal weather for the past week | Rishel lot 14 and 15 block 2
next to new post-office. Inquire of
ated on Pacific Ave., Forest Grove.
Curtis Add to Forest Grove
200 that the town is indeed, a “ dry” one.
has made the local hop outlook very ! Frank V Edwards et al to Wm
Geo. H. Baldwin. McMinnville.
During the Lewis and Clark Exposi
Sunday, October 2, was set aside as
. . A. I. Wirtz, Proprietor
Meierjurgen 91 acres in Con
— Bring me your wool and Mohair, bright. Estimates of the coming yield
Anti-Saloon League Sunday. Our re tion, the Southern Pacific Company
will sell round trip tickets to Portland,
stable claim ............................. 4400
highest market paid, either in cash for Oregon hops are from 100,000 to
presentative reached the city about limit thirty days, at one and one third
Ludwina Sante to Erick Erick
or trade. J. E. Bailed, Forest Grove.
eight o’clock on Saturday night. He fare for round trip. For parties of ten
son 20 acres in sec 6 t 1 s r
ington is also bright and it is thought
— Cut prices in millinery at The
1 w .......................................... 1150 was surprised to find the town crowded or more traveling* on one ticket, one i
that the yield in that state will be John E Smith et ux to C T Le-
with people and the business men so fare for the round trip. For organized
Paris Millinery Parlor. Next door to
8.000 bales over the amount grown
Tourne 160 acres sec 11 and
rushed that they were scarcely able to parties of one hundred or more, indi-
Odd Fellows Hall. Forest Grove, Ore.
If you are seeking a home and
viual tickets, at one fare for the round
last year. Rumors of a crop failure in
1 2 t 2 n r 6 w ...............
wait on their customers. We never trip.
—Try a can Golden Gate Baking California say that the yield there will Henry Kratz et ux to Burton E
want — A BARGAIN— we can
saw so many people in a grocery store
Stopover of ten days will be given
Carrier 160 acres sec 12 t 2
Powder today. A trial will convince. fall short by a few thousand bales of
suit you, having the best list of
one time in our lives. We tried to at Portland on all one way tickets read
We carry it at the Big Store. John E. the 60,000 that were grown last year, j
lands and homes in the county.
Ann R Rowell to A Niman lots
get the opportunity to talk with the ing through that point during the Ex
Write or call on us at Cornelius.
Estimates which may and may not be
7 and 8 block 2 Humphreys
proprietor, but he was too busy. We position. Tickets must be deposited
J Cut prices in millinery at The exactly correct place the number of
with the Joint Agent at Portland and j
Add to Hillsboro....................
talked with him early Monday morning. charge of fifty cents will be mad i for j
Paris Millinery Parlor. Next door to bales for the Pacific Coast at 210,000. Jacob B Wertz et ux to Alice S
R. W. M cH U T T ,
When asked how his business had been extension of time.
Odd Fellows Hall, Forest Grove, Ore. Eastern crop reports are generally \
Estate Agent, Cornelius, Or
Walkers Add to Forest Grove 1000 | affected by the absence of the saloon, __________________________________ I
— Use Golden Gate Baking Powder, favorable, especially in New York,
Joseph P Starkweather et ux to
he replied that it had been just
guaranteed a fine cream tartar powder, i In Europe it is said that everything
Chas H Perkins 20 acres sec
30 t 1 s r 3 .............................
Try it, money back if unsatisfactory. ¡s favorable to a large yield. The hop
(E ST A B L ISE E D 1893.)
When asked how he accounted for
John E. Bailey.
j market though will depend upon Eng- Rhoda M Rhode et al to Jacob
A SK T H E A G E N T FO R
Forest Grove, Oregon
A Hazlitt 80 acres sec 14 t
—Go to The Chicago store and get land' and re Ports from lh ere are 100
1 nr 4 w .................................
16 who had, under the old regime, taken A general banking business transacted.
a nice pair of shoes for summer wear.
conflicting to give an accurate estimate. D C Latourette to John H
seventy-five cents worth of groceries
Interest paid on time deposits.
There are reports of an utter failure
Stevenson 80 acres sec 22 t 1
— You’ll want a new suit of clothes ■
home on Saturday night and spent the
in the hop crop, and other reports of a [ nr 4 w .....................................
for the fair, and why pay an exorbi
Paul W Pick to Peter Borchers
j bumper crop.—Oregon Tradesman.
tant price when you can get a good
now took 82.00 or $3.00 worth of
60 acres in James Canfield d
Dr. W m. M. P o llo ck ,
fit and quality guaranteed, at the
groceries home on Saturday night, and
New officers for the grand lodge of j
Paul W Pick et ux to Richard
had money left.
Masons in Oregon were elected Wednes
Williams part of sec 20 t 2 s
On Monday morning, we approached
— Don’t roof your house until you day. They were: Dr. W. H. Flan
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Office over Bazaar, Forest Grove, Or.
the banker, and asked him how his
see shingles from The Nehalem Shingle agan, Grant’s Pass, grand master; Lot j J N Hoffman et ux to Caroline
To SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, MINNE
business had been affected by the All work in the Prepared to do
Mills, made of Oregon's best cedar. L. Pearce, Salem, senior grand warden;
Chambers 4 acres in Fruitvale
APOLIS, DULUTH, CHICAGO,
500 absence of the saloon.
He stated dental line.
For prices write to Geo. F. Hamblin, Ed Kiddle, LaGrande, junior grand \ addition.......................................
work at night, but
Caroline Chambers et ux to J N
that when they had saloons, there was Phone. office,861; must be by ap
warden; W. A. Cleland, Portland, grand
E ast and S o u th .
Hoffman tract in sec" 10 t 1
but one bank in the town. Now they residence, 554.
treasurer; James F. Robinson, Eugene,
n r 4 w ........................................ 500
had two, and another bank has been
The Western Oregon A. C. Con- re.elected g n n d secretary. Juc,Ke j. B Phebe Knighten et ux to J N
started in a town eight miles north,
ference has just closed a series of very C]eland and j M Hodson, of Porllandi
Hoffman tract in sec 10 t 1
Haynie & Son have two good teams
interesting meetings at Cornelius. M s woodcock, of Corvallis, were
The Flyer: The Fast Mail
Wm Davis et al to Mary Frances
The conference tent was pitched in re-elected trustees.
two banks, but in spite of these facts, and do all kinds of team work at rea
Darity 29 acres in Eli Davis
the city park and the sermons by Dr. I
“ we are now doing a larger business sonable rates. Contracts preferred S plendid S ervice , U p to D ate
A. C. Eaton and Elder Miller of Hills-
— Use Golden Gate Baking Powder, F P Drinker et ux to John P
than we did when we had saloons.”
E quipm ent , C ourteous
boro and Elder C. A. Meade of Carlton guaranteed a fine cream tartar powder,
E mployes .
Drinker § int in 159 acres
were full of rich Bible truth and Spir-; try it, money back if unsatisfactory,
sec 19 t 1 nr 5 w .................
1 believe the statements of saloon sym
| John E. Bailey.
Daylight trip throught the
pathizers, that the absence of the
— As a matter of economy, you
Weekly Crop Bulletin
and Rocky Mountains.
saloon will injure business, we wish he should buy your clothing at the
Commenting on the influence of would visit Farmland and interview any Chicago, for here’s where you get good
weather on crops in Oregon for the business man, except the saloon men. goods at low prices.
For tickets, rates, folders and full
information, call on or address
past week, the Portand office of the 1 H e will find it stated uninanimously
H . DICKSON.
Weather Bureau makes the following that business conditions are much bet
—Came to my enclosure— about
122 Third St.,
ter than when they had saloons.
May 10— yearling heifer, light brindle,
The weather during the past week ; Driving the saloons out of a town white face, red marks on nose and
has been quite favorable for the grow-; injures the saloon business, but benefits around eyes, with horns. Owner can S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A., Seattle,
ing crops. In some few localities late every other line of business— Exchange. have same by paying expenses. Near Wash., Corner First Ave. & Yesler Way.
sown wheat and oats would be bene
Every man in favor of the existence the old Dudley mill on farm of H.
fited by more rain, and owing to the of a saloon under any consideration is Harrington.
J 8 3t
| dry weather grass on the lowland the boy’s worst enemy. Mix the boys
ranges in the interior counties is tum- with the saloons and the result is bad
— Makes digestion and assimilation
ind brown, but It is still green and m en.— American Issue.
perfect. Makes new red blcod and
Route your shipments via
abundant in the foothills and mountains.
bone. That’s what Hollister's Rocky
Stock generally is in excellent condi- i If you want a pretty face and delight-! Mountain Tea will do. A tonic for
Full information from
tion. Fall wheat is filling nicely, and
the sick and weak. 35 cent. Tea or
— It’s in the I. O. O. F. building—
the place to buy clothing for men
Banner Season in Hops
William Wilke and Wilheminie Hoehne
Roe & Buxton
£ . W. Haines Bank
2 Overland Trains Daily 2
Ward Lumber Co.
Mouldings, Doors, W indows, PainLs
and Oils. A S tock o f Dry Lumber
A lw ays on hand. 1 can save you
money on doors and windows; g e t Fall barley is ripening and will soon be
ready to cut. Spring wheat continues
prices before you buy.
to make satisfactory progress, and oats,
although not in so good condition as
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
Spring wheat, look promising. The
We 6hre Expedited Service on
Wm. H A R G E R ,
Rosy cheeks and lovely hair.
Tablets. Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
Wedding trip across the sea.
General Agent; Portland, Oregon.
Put your faith in Rocky Mountain
— Dr. Lowe, the eye specialist, has j
been coming to Forest Grove for over
— American made alarm clocks at
Dr. Hines' Drug Store.
Abbott & Son’s at 65 cents.