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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1905)
Don’t Get Cold Feet
I t w ill be Impossible for you to
get cold fe e t with one of our up-
to-date Heaters in your home
Pay Less; Dress Better
L A R G E ST STOCK IN COUNTY
Different patterns of
the Latest Stoves on
our Sample Floor.
WE PREACH A NEW DOCTRINE
S. Strouss was in The News office
'! Tuesday to make us a call, and stated
! that he had sent 43 boxes of fine grapes
I to the Washington County booth to be
distributed on Joe Meek Day at the
The keen enjoyment of being well dressed is denied many men because
Subscribe for the student’ s publica
don’ t know about our
Hoppickers coming home.
tion, the “ Weekly Index,” and keep
Mrs. Chas. Miller went to Tillamook,
Published every Tuesday.
Varley & Son, liverymen, have put year. Drop a postal to Box 352 and
They are very satisfying garments in the thrice essential features required
get a sample copy free:
a new floor in their bam.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Buxton have for
Q U A L IT Y , S T Y L E
A M ) F IT
— New and Second hand School
their guests this week, Mrs. Charlton
books at The Bazaar.
of La Grande, a sister of Mrs. Buxton,
Your suit should be perfectly tailored and should be mSde from material
Joe Meek Day will be observed at j
also her brother, Ira Hampton and 0f y0Ur 0wn selecting, correct in style and faultless in fit, we give all this at
the fair tomorrow, Friday.
wife and her mother, Mrs. A. H . j prices that preach
J. C. Woods of Portland was a visitor Hampton of Newport.
to the Grove, Wednesday.
— There will be regular services each
H . Fehr, the Portland
eteri- Sabbath at the Free Methodist ch urch,,
This is our strongest argument, always compare our patterns and prices
nary, will be m Forest Grove, Saturday. corner Pacifie Ave. and First street.
with anything offered in the Clothing Trade generally. The superb showing
October first is next Sunday and also Sabbath School at 10 a. m. Preaching i
of the very latest and most fashionable suitings at the low prices we put upon
the opening day for shooting pheasants, services at 11a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
them tells better than words, the story of our great success.
Miss Eunice Garfield of Portland, i s ! All are cordially invited to attend.
visiting Miss Maud Buxton this week.
At the Saturday meeting of the
— Buggy whips 10 cents and up. school board Miss Lucile Dooly re
Martin’ s Harness shop near Post office. signed her p osition 's teacher to take
— The Bazaar has some very fine up similar duties in the Ainsworth
bargains in Second hand Organs this school in Portland. Miss Kate Jack-
was employed to fill the vacancy.
W ill occupy Pacific Gallery building after October 1st.
— Good advice to women. If you
Mrs. Emerich of Amboy, Wash., has
been visiting her sister Mrs. Frank want a beautiul complexion, clear skin,
bright eyes, red lips, good health,
take Hollister’ s Rocky Mountain Tea.
Mrs. Montague of Portland, visited
There is nothing like it. 35 cents, j
H e a d q u a rte rs fo r F e e d , S e e d s ,
her father and brother, Chas. Miller,
i Tea or Tablets.
Dr. Hines’ Drug j
Miss Nona Miller returned last week
— Martin & Co. have moved their I
from an extended visit with Linn
Harness shop to the old Bazaar build- I
ing near the postoffice which they ]
Bran, Short* and Mill Feed», Oil Meal, Whole and Cracked Corn, Lump Salt, Lime and Cement,
Rooms and board— Nicely furnished have fitted up in good shape. They .
Land planter, FLOUR— Minnesota Hard Wheat, Eastern Oregon Hard Wheat, Valley Wheat. t
rooms with or without board. Inquire are making a specialty of Hand Made
C on te in a n d $e t p rice s
at this office.
Harness and will be pleased to see
F re e d e liv e ry in to w n
— If you intend to buy a Sewing their friends.
Forest Grove, Oregon
Machine, get it at The Bazaar and you
Taken by Mistake— Suit case con-
will never regret it.
| taining suit of clothes, a few books, j
Bom— To Mr. and Mrs. D. P. negatives of pictures, etc, was taken
Hopkins at Banks, Stptember 23, a from the local train on way to Forest
twelve pound boy.
Grove from Portland, Wednesday even
E. A. Aldenderfer of Greenville, Pa. ing. A suitable reward will be paid for
was the guest of Frank Baer, on Tues it at this office.
day and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Templeton were
-TH E "
— The Bazaar is the best place in visitors at the fair, Tuesday. Mr. T.
and Sale Stable
the County to buy School books and says it makes him homesick to see
those fine cattle, hogs, etc. Mr.
School materials of all kinds.
See our ad. in the T. P. A. Guide. Drummers’ trade our
— Wanted— One half dozen bantam Templeton was formerly a large land-
specialty. Our ’ Bus meets all trains. Carries U. S. mail.
Address Mrs. T . Wigman,
Baggage and freight called for and delivered.
Forest Grove. Telephone Cornelius 53. |
Finest Rigs. Best Horses. Good Drivers.
The annual college reception was
Mrs. W. Housman spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents in Port- held in Brighton chapel, Marsh Hall,
Comer Main and Pacific A v e ., Forest
land. Mr. Housman spent Sunday last Friday evening. The following
pleasing program was rendered: Vio
lin solo, Prof. Chapman; recitation,
H. Zophar Thorp, physical director
Miss Heidel; vocal solo, Mrs. Chap
of the Oregon State Normal S ch ool!
man. Mrs. Chapman responded to an |
was visiting his friend Chick. Shannon,
encore. After the grand march re
freshments were served.
Miss Nell M. Hughes of Ocean
Miss Steuben with Miss Little, after
Park, Cal., is visiting her uncle and
making a tour of Yellowstone Park and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Anderson in
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' Patronage.
seeing the cities of Washington, re-1
Good Sendee, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
turned to Huron, South Dakota, after a
— Take your harness to Martin & month at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
F a s h io n L i v e r y F e e d a n d S a l e Stable.
Co. for repairs. Good workmanship Little.
While here she and Miss
and reasonable prices. Shop near the Little, Mr. Smith of California and Mrs.
Wagonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
Leland of Iowa visited the fair, and
the Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
W. E. Dunsmoor was in from his
OREGON AND COLUMBIA PHONES.
FOrESt GfOVe, OfegOO.
fruit drier Sunday and said that the the Dalles and Pacific coast.
crop promised better than was at first
Elbert Hubbard, pastor of the Phil
istine flock at East Aurora, N. Y., will
Ed. Naylor of this city carried away deliver a lecture on “ The Gospel of
LOOK THESE OVER.
six prizes on his goats at the live Work” in the Auditorium at the Lewis
stock show at the Lewis and Clark and Clark Exposition, October 5. MV.
— Dunsmoor sells gasoline.
Hubbard was invited some months ago
Practical Undertakers and Embalir.-
fair last week.
— Goldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
v d l l o cUlaWClCU
U d j or
'W t r *
The Southern Pacific will sell round to visit the exposition and make an
— Give Dunsmoor a call for grocer-
trip tickets from here to Portland on address, and the officials of the fair re les.
Friday and Saturday, September 28 quested him to set a date. He ac
— Empty barrels for sale at Miller’ s
cepted the invitation and named O c
BOTH ’ PHONES.
Forest Grove, Ore.
and 29, at 80 cents.
State Senator Miller of Linn County,
— Wood sawed promptly. Call up
The Justice of the Peace of Gales
spent a few days visiting his father and
City Barber Shop . ♦
Gasoline Wood Saw. Phone 583.
brother, Chas. Miller, here, the latter Creek is on the lookout for the Deputy
Baths. Laundry Agency. Situ
part of last week.
two “ mountain sheep” was brought to
on Pacific Ave., Forest Grove.
Mrs. M. F. Cantrall, and Mrs. P. A.
his residence Saturday, and he has di
Hines of Jacksonville, Ore., are being
— Dr. W. M. Pollock Dentist, in
. . A. I. Wirtz, P roprietor
vided with his neighbors and is saving
entertained at the home of Dr. and
j a choice piece for the Attorney. There
Mrs. Chas. Hines, this week.
— Grain hay for sale.
1 was a fine dinner at. Daniel Pierces,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarance Payne of Sunday. Those present were: Jos. S. G. Hughps.
Tacoma, Wash., are visiting this week Churchill and family, J. J. Adkins and
— There’ s no valley wheat used in
Can suit you. They have a com
with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McNutt and family, Chas. Adkins, Gus. Gheen and making Victor flour.
plete stock of Harness, Whips,
Mrs. Mary Wheeler in this city.
J. W. H . Adkins.
--Call up phone 583, when you
Lap Robes. Repairing a special
The Loyal Temperance Legion will
The government is advertising to want your wood sawed.
meet next Sabbath at 4 p. m. in the let two contracts for carrying the mails
— “ Crescent” is the Standard of Ex
Congregational church. All Boys and in this county. One is the route from
P A C IF IC A V E N U ^
cellence for Valley flour.
girls are invited as well as the older Greenville to Forest Grove, daily except
Sunday. • The present contract price j yy
H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
The five year old son of Mr. and is $469.49. The other is from Glen-
— American made
maae alarm clocks at
Mrs. Joe McRoberts on Upper Gales wood by Gales Creek to Forest Grove, . . .
The present Abbott
" uuu“ &
° ° n s 5 at 03 cents-
Creek died Tuesday and was buried at Hailv
daily, except SunHav
W ill Cry Your Sales.
Bids will be re-S
Have you seen those bargains in
Gales Creek cemetery, Wednesday contract is $547.
ceived up to December 5, 1905, and i shoes at Hoffman & Allen Co.
the contracts are to cover a period j — Money to loan on farm security,
The Stockman Meat Market will
from July 1, 1906 to June 30, 1910. W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
move into the room now occupied by
| — We have line shingles, shakes,
Martin & Co. when the latter moves to
Rev. L. F. Belknap Returned.
j fence posts, hop poles etc. for sale.
their new quarters in the old Bazaar
It is a source of much satisfaction to M. Turner, Banks, Ore.
the many friends of Rev. and Mrs. L.
J. M. Blaine representing the Pacific F. Belknap of the M. E. Church, to
-W A N T E D -G o o d farrn hand; must
Monthly, is m the city this week gath- have them returned t0 thi,
he able to milk. Steady place to right H
IN E S S
Made To Order CloLhes
A NEW DOCTRINE
JOHN ANDERSON, TheTailor.
G om e a n d S ee th em
M. P E T E R SO N
FOREST GROVE, ORE
NORTH MAIN STREET
Tiling, Gedar P osts
F a ll a n d W inter
M illin e r y O pening
Ritchey 8 Weils,
On and After
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th
You are Cordially Invited
M r s . 7\. E . D ix o n ,
M a in S tre e t
FO REST GROVE
A N E W
E IN E O R
Johnson & Co.
Hancock, Gordon & Elliott *
An up-to-date Stock of Tooth
brushes, Tooth Powder, Pastes
and Antiseptic Washes. Camera
Supplies. Prices Right.
At Dr. Hines’ Drugstore
I have added to my Stock an Entirely N ew Line
of Carefully Constructed, H igh Grade
= A ¡N D =
N o feature of utility or convenience has been
U 3 l
Call and look them over before buying
Furniture Upholstered and Repaired ft s
Bargains Awaiting You.
Mattresses Made to Order
C. P. HARRIS
West of Farmers &, Merchants Bank
The Tax payers of Washington
County, Oregon, are hereby notified
that the last half of their taxes for the
year 1904, and levied in Jan’ y 1905,
are now payable, and will become de-
linpuent on the First Monday in Octo
ber, 1905, at which time interest at
rate of 12 per cent per annum will be
charged in addition to 10 per cent
penalty, which interest charge will be
computed from the first Monday in
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, Septem
ber 1st, 1905.
C o n n e l l ,
Sheriff of Warhington County, Oregon.
F orest G rove
Horse Killed in Runaway.
A bad runaway occurred at the
depot last Thursday night that resulted
in killing the large gray horse of Han
cock, Gordon & Elliott, the liverymen.
The accident occurred at about 11
o ’ clock, while the ’ buses were waiting
for the delayed train. W m. Palmer,
who »as driving the express wagon,
had left his team to carry some express
into the depot, when the team ran
away and headed for town. The ’ bus
team driven by Gark Brown was on
its way to the deport and was near the
Colonial Hotel, when the runaways ran
into it, running the tongue of the
express wagon into the side of the
— The Bazaar will take Store checks animal about six inches. It was pitch
in payment for School books and dark and the four animals were piled
up together, causing a very exciting
experience for all concerned.
injured animal had to be shot.
— Golden rod Flour, guaranteed.
W . E . B ow m an
J. W . Hughes
MARTIN & CO. v
enng data on Washington county for the The Conference at Albany closed Sun- * * * • InqUlre at thls office’
And dealers in all kinds of Horse
purpose of gm ng this county a p.ctonal day and the appointment of pastors
Drain tile, sewer pipe and terra
Goods. Repairing Promptly Done
! given out.
cotta flues at Richey & Wells’ .
Our farmer friend. James Kirby, | Mr. Belknap has been returned for
— Imperial Cider mill
who resides just over the line in Yam- five consecutive years and next Sunday has been thorn,’
M U M ' S CORRER
hill, was a call,, at our . a n M od * . , , he will have e m „ e d upon
a p e hi. , « , h 2 ? , t l ! ? .
Mi. Kirby and family will this week year of service here. Other appoint will begin making cider on September
attend the fair.
ments in the county are: Beaverton,
— Rheumatism, gout, backache, acid
Some Forest Grove wag ¡Minted a J. W. Exon: Cornelius, to be supplied;
big sign, “ Look Out For The Cars,” Dilley and Lafayette, W. S. Holcomb; poison, are results of kidney trouble.
and put it up at the Tillamook railway Hillsboro, C. L. Hamilton; Nehalem Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea goes
crossing, on Baseline, the other night, and Bay City to be supplied. Rev. directly to the seat of the disease and
— Hillsboro Argus.
R. B. Wilkins, formerly of Cornelius, « « s when all else fails. 35 cents at [
Dr.Hines’ Drug Store
- E v e r y man owes it to himself and
sent ,0 North YtmhilL
his family to master a trade or piofes- j
sion. Read the display advertisement
S . A , .M o u l t o n
SAELENS « CO., Main St.,
of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy
Geo. Eason aged 83 years, died at his
in this issue and learn how easily a home near Dilley Friday. The funeral
F OUEST SHOVE, 0 MESON
young man or lady may learn teel- was held Saturday and the remains
In New Quarters in Old Bazaar Building
graphy and be assured a position.
were buried in Naylor cemetery.
Everything First Class.
— Second Hand School Books at the ceased was born in England. He
— The gasoline woodsaw furnishes its
leaves one son.
Uregon own fuel.
QUALITY. PRICES. TREATMENT