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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1905)
Don’t Get Cold Feet
A dance is to be given at Dilley,
Friday evening, Nov. 3. Good music
h a p p e n in g s has been provided and a general good
time is anticipated.
Hugh Sparks was a Portland visitor The Young Woman’s Guild of the
Congregational church will open their
school Saturday, Nov. 4th, at
F. S. Barnes went to Portland Friday sewing
Prizes will be offered for
We have moved to our ne;v rooms, formerly occupied by the Pacific
It will be Impossible for you to
on a business trip.
the best attendance and progress in
and have added a large line of
get cold feet with one of our up-
Geo. Callahan and wife of Scoggins work.
Valley, were in the Grove Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roe have
to-date Heaters in your home
Prof. James Robertson was in Port gone to Dewey, to visit their son
Barnet’s family. They expect to re
there about a week after which
C. E. Skidmore of Portland, was the main
here for a few days
guest of friends in this city last Fnday. previous return
to their departure for their
Haven Belknap made a business home at Newport.
We have a complete line Child’s Suits, in Buster Browns, Norforks,
trip to Portland the forepart of the —Pain may go by the name of
rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago, pleu
Look at our Shirts, Ties and Underwear before you buy.
—Special Sale Saturday this week, risy. No matter what name the pains
of Mrs. Boldrick’s plants at The Book are called, Hollister’s Rocky Mountain
Tea will drive them away. 35 cents,
or Tablets. Dr. Hines’ Drv g
Miss Minne Myers visited her broth i Tea
er Frank, in Portland last week.
The Loyal Temperance Legion will
Mrs. John Caples was a Portland meet
Gome and See them
at 3 o’clock Dext Sunday after
visitor the past week.
noon, in the Christian Church.
Mr. Levy, the butcher, has rented Through the month of November the
the James house at the comer of Third regular weekly meetings of the Legion
Ave. and Second Street.
will be held in this church.
John Stewart of Gaston, was trans —Many children inherit constitu
acting business in the Grove the fore tions weak and feeble, others due to
part of the week.
childhood troubles. Hollister’s Rocky
Mountain Tea will positively cure chil
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' Patronage.
NORTH MAIN STREET
FOREST GROVE, ORE tons of timothy hay for the Hancock dren
and make them strong. 35
Good Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. Hines’
& Gordon livery barn.
Fashion Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Mrs. Jesse Caples of Portland, spent I Drug Store.
several days this week, the guest of Miss Marie Staehr pleasantly enter
Wagonette to and from all trains. Special conve; ances over
tained a number of friends at the home
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Thomas.
Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
her parents Tuesday evening. The
James Darling who has been some of party
Forest Grove, Oregon.
was in honor of Mrs. John Me* oregon and coiumbia phones .
what indisposed the past week is again Nutt and
Games furnished the amusement of
Monday afternoon the U. B. Col the evening. Delicate refreshments
—Try Goldenrod Flour. You’ll
Express Sale of Typewriters.
lege at Philomath burned. The loss were served.
is $2500, insurance $1900.
I have five typewriters for sale that
Prof. C. E. Bradley, H. H. Markel, have
been refused by the consignee. —English walnut trees Oregon
Miss Mabel E. Hoge of the Portland Jesse and Art Caples returned Monday All first
class machines with visible grown at nursery prices. Martin’s
library, was here over Sunday the guest from a four day’s hunt up the Neha- writing
no ribbon. They will be [ Harness shop near the Post Office.
of her parents.
lem. They were on their return home sold cheap rather
empty handed when Markel espied a Eastern owner. than return them to — A. P. Venen is not agent for the
O. M. Pope and family of Hillsboro, deer
Singer Sewing Machine Company any
and brought it down. While out
visited his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Pope, the party
C. B. S tokes ,
more.' Make your payments to K. N.
here last Sunday-
Express Agent. Staehr at the Bazaar.
John Vanderwall, a Reedville insur bears.
—Wanted—Cider apples at the
ance agent, was in this city Wednesday Mrs. E. E. Williams of this city, at —The Bazaar is selling out its en cider
at Cornelius. No decayed
looking after the interests of his tended a musicale farewell given in tire line of Sewing Machines at one- or dirty mill apples
O. E. EDSON.
Oregon City by Miss Mary Conyers, them.
—Xmas goods will soon begin to who leaves soon for New York to pur
new houses in
arrive at the Bazaar and in order to sue her studies. Miss Conyers will be
make room, Pianos, Organs andj Sew -
as having appeared here Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggefs P°stoffice. One, 6 rooms, from
ir.g Machines will be sold at greatly at remembered
a concert given by the students last
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foundation, bathroom, pantry, hall and
A • —
for Busy People.
Mrs. E. E. Williams, was the
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
closets, lot 75x217, $1500. One, 7
Sold in 1 and 2 lb.
Mr. Emerson, formerly engaged in accompanist.
ami Kidney troubles, l'im ples. Eczema, Im pure rooms, stone foundation, hall, pantry,
arom a-tight tins.
Blood. Had Breath. Sluggish Bowels. Headache closets, also barn and other buildi gs,
the laundry business here and latterly The house on the comer opposite and
Backache. Its Rocky M ountain Tea i:i tab
G rind fresh each day—
35 cents a box. Genuine m ade t 3 acres of land, $2600. F. W. REILS.
the Christian church, belonging to o l form.
not too fine.
list er D rug C om pany . Madison, Wis.
halis, Washington, was in town Mon John Ballard, was moved this week to H GOLDEN
NUGGETS FOR SALLOW P E O r * Northwest part of town. O 19-26-
day to attend to business.
J. A . V o l g e r (81 C o .
Judge and Mrs. Henry Wirtz were and adjacent to the Sparks property . ______
in Portland last week to attend the The dwelling is occupied by Mr.
Ben Hur dramatic production at the Baer’s family. Mr. Ballard has not yet
made up his mind as to whether he
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomas of lot. build immediately on the corner
Sheridan, were in the Grove this week
to attend a reunion of the Thomas One of the teams belonging to j
Johnson’s livery barn felt the hilarity I
Halloween, left the depot at full
Charlie Smith leaves the latter part of
of this week for Lafayette, Ore., round the hurried
where he has three or four week’s stable without doing returned
employment awaiting him.
Lloyd Leabo, who recently hurt his I driver however came back in another
left leg while playing footbal' and who iconveyance.
has been confined to his room for a
or so. is able to be up around.
John Thornburg of the Crescent Mill, The palace market is the appropriate
I has purchased the residence of E. W. name of the new butcher shop which
Haines on Third Ave. He will re opened this morning in the rooms next
model it and move into it at once.
to the city bakery. The new pro-
Mrs. Frank Fleck, who has been l prietors, McNamer and Hall, are so
A New Line of Couch Covers, Tapestries, etc.
visiting her sister, Mrs. Lauren Wat- well known here that they need no
| kins for several weeks, left Wednesday I introduction to the public. The rooms
| for her home at Colorado Springs, Col. have beer, renovated throughout,
and painted anew and the
Isaac Baldwin, who has been con- : papered
Rug and Couch Fringe.
an atmosphere of
to his room by sickness for a cleanliness and has freshness
couple of months, is out again enjoy well for the prosperity of the
ing this delightful spell of weather.
Fresh and salt meats as well as fish
—Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, Do will be found there at any and all
mestic and other high grade machines time.
for sale at the Bazaar. $3.00 down
C. F. HARRIS
and $3.00 a month gets any of them.
Liquor Question Renewed.
West ol Farmers & Merchants Bank
P o re s t d r o v e
The stock show issue of the Pacific The liquor question at Forest Grove
Northwest contains a cut of E. L. has again injected itself into the legal
Naylor’s prize Angora goat, which was channels of the Circuit Court, and.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Shaver, of Rus on
Dairymen to Meet Here.
who have been the guests Fair. exhibition at the Lewis & Clark judging from the complaints filed.
The Oregon State Dairymen's Asso of sel, Mr. Kansas,
Pacific University is this time after
Oliver Curtis, started
ciation will meet in this city, Dec. 22, today for their Kansas
which they hope will give them
23. A joint committee from the
as well as a cessation of
Board of Trade and Gales Grange has —We can save you money, get you Bazaar will sell their entire line of Sew the sale of liquors
in the college town.
been appointed to look after the
| the Northwest National of Glens Falls greatly reduced prices.
arrangements for this meeting.
Milton W. Smith, has filed suit against
: Insuranc companies. Attorney J. N.
F. Miller and Dr. Charles
Hoffman, agent. Office phone, 632; Walter A. Dimick of Oregon City, Charles
Money in English Walnuts.
Hines, both of whom conduct drug
on Forest Grove’s main business
Plant home grown trees. Trees at
of friends. Mr. Dimick is a graduate stores
asking the court to return them
Nursery prices. For particulars, call The laundry property was sold by of
Pacific University and is now city the property
used by the two defen
at Martin's Harness Shop near the Fred Emerson to E. W. Haines this recorder
dants. The allegations do not touch
2t week. Mr. Haines says that he will the Willamette.
; put it in shape for any kind of manu-
upon the liquor question, merely
Prof, and Mrs. Frank Chapham, stating that Pacific University is the
Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. i factory and furnish electric power
Miss Moseley, Miss Mary Bailey, Miss owner in fee simple of the property
should anyone desire to use it.
Hannan St Davis of Buxton, Oregon,
Gladys Hartley, Miss Maude Shannon, and that Miller, on one tract, and
have dissolved partnership and are
Mrs. Robinson, Miss Grace Woods and Hines, on another, hold possession
succeeded by Hannan & Son.
The city council «net Tuesday even Wilma Waggener formed a party from contrary to the rights of the college.
ing in special session to transact busi the college, who attended the Mme. This means that the University will
The Ladies of the Christian Church ness connected with the city lights. Eamts concert in Portland Monday attempt
to get the property’s title
are making preparations to serve a The water consumers outside the city evening.
through reversion because of liquor
will now have to pay 91.00 a month The Forest Grove Equal Suffrage sales, contrary to what they call a
H. E. Wilson, former physical di for the first faucet and 50 cents for Club will hold a meeting Friday even restriction in the deeds.
rector at the college, now holds a sim each additional one. E. W. Haines ing, Nov. 3. at the home of Mrs. G. Two other pieces of property were
ilar position in the Pendleton academy. offered a proposition which was accep 0. Rogers, at 7:30 o'clock. All who also asked for. one being now occupied
ted to furnish 32 power candle light, are interested in the Equal Suffrage by Mort Hallett and another by James
J. L. Corl purchased today the all
night service for 91.50 per month. work are cordially invited to attend. Johnson, both of these places, accord
house and property of T. H. Adams. When
lights are connected with
are specially urged to attend ing to popular legend, being conducted
Consideration is reported to be $2000. an arc such
light wire the price is to be 80 as Members
important business to be as a sort of "blind pigs.”
—Why not get a good up to date cents a month.
By order of the President. That the defendants will put up a
Sewing Machine now when you can get
fight and carry the matter to a court of
it at 93.00 down and 13.00 a month Sear's orchestra will give a dance at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoge expect last resort is not only conjectured but
Vert’s Hall, Saturday evening.
to leave Monday few Lincoln, Neb.
LARGEST STOCK IN COUNTY
Different patterns of
the Latest Stoves on
our Sample Floor.
Men’s and Boys’ Clothing, Furnish
JOHN ANDERSON, Th.Tailor.
Hancock, Gordon & Elliott
M. P E T E R SO N
G o ld e n
receives our most careful
atten tio n and is always
uniform in strength and
quality. T he choicest coffee
H A R D W A R E
Our Stock Is Always
NEW and FRESH
We have a large stock
of the choicest* canned
goods, in Tomatoes,
Corn, etc., also Teas,
Coffees and all kinds of
We w ant good
apples and pota
toes in exchange
for which we will
BAILEY’S liG STORE
Forest Grove. Oregon