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Editorial Page-Washington Co. News.
J - F. WOODS, E d ito r.
Published Every Thursday by the W ashing-
tan County Publishing Co. Incorporated
at Forest 6rove, Oregon
of books and periodicals to the public
practically free. As a matter of fact
only a few of our people knew that any
organized or individual effort was be
C IT Y
. O F F IC IA L ,
- P A P E R ing made along this line and the an
nouncement in our columns last week
that those having the work in chafge
$1.00 a Year in Advance.
were certain of success was a pleasant
Entered at the post-office at Forest surprise. Let every loyal and inter
ested citizen lend a hand in whatever
Grove, Oregon, as second class
way he can and there will be no longer
any question about securing the
Address all communications to Wash building.
ington County Pub. Co.,
Forest Grove, Ore.
A HOTEL ON WHEELS
If the NEWS fails to reach its subscrib
ers or is late, we request that immedi- j New Dining Cars of the Great North-
ate attention may be called to the same.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905.
executor. Bonds for $1800 filed and
FOR GOOD ROADS
approved. W H Wehrung, J W Bai
ley and John Dennis appointed ap Oregon Good Roads Association to
Meet in Corvallis
ern Railway a Feature of the
S T Robison and Hattie G Starrett.
Mrs. Ira D. Brown’s mother and aunt,
who have spent the past summer in
Oregon, left this week for their home
Mrs. Curtiss is at Hillsboro taking
care of Mrs. O. S. Curtiss.
Mr. Farthing had a bam raising last
week, and in the evening Miss Lula
gave a party that was well enjoyed by
the young people.
William Clapshaw and family spent
Sunday at Mr. Pools’.
Mr. and Mrs. James Bamford w(
out from Portland Saturday evening
The Oregon Good Roads Association
has made public the program for its
fourth annual convention to be held at
Corvallis, November 22 and 24, inclu
sive. Reduced rates have been made
by the railroads and the attendance
bids fair to be the largest ever present
at any meeting of the association.
Among the speakers art: Hon. George
E. Chamberlain, Hon. T. T. Geer,
President T. M. Gatch of the Oregon
Agricultural College, John H. Scott,
president of the Association; Tom
Richardson, manager of the Portland
Commercial Club; Dr. James Withy-
combe and Judge T. F. Ryan of
Whereas! The Grand Master of the
Universe has called from us by death
our beloved brother, John Kirts, who
was a charter member of Holbrook
Lodge No. 30 A. F. & A. M .,an hon
orable and upright citizen in sight of
God and man, a kind and loving hus
band and father whose life was spent
in well doing.
Resolved: That while bowing to
the will of Almighty God, we feel
deeply grieved at the separation from
our brother and extend heartfelt sym
pathy to the bereaved family in their
Resolved: That these resolutions
be spread upon the minutes of the
Lodge and that a copy be forwarded to
the family of our deceased brother.
C o ffe e P e rfe c tio n
W e h a v e b e e n s e l e c t i n g , b l e n d in g , a n d
r o a s t i n g c o ffe e f o r o v e r h a l f a c e n tu r y .
G o l d e n G a t e is th e result o f our long
c o ffe e e x p e rie n c e . W e c a n n o t im p ro v e it.
C o u ld n o t m a k e i t b e t t e r i f w e t r i e d .
N o one know s h o w to blend it but ourselves.
G o ld e n G a te
is fra g ra n t — d e lic io u s.
G. B. Wood’s sister-in-law from
It is, perhaps, best to say that in
H igh grade grocers sell it. 1 and 2 lb. arom a-tight tins.
is out to spend the winter.
every respect—china, cuisine and at
It is worth something to be Mayor
J. A. F
r O O L L G
G E R ( a C O . . , S an
an F ran c isco
Chas. Bamford and Mrs. Ross Duns
tendants, the dining car service of the
L a ta b lla h a d In 1 8 5 0
of New York. Go in “ Billy” and win.
“ Oriental limited” is in keeping with moor are still on the sick list.
The game is worth the candle.
Carl and Earl Clapshaw and Rant
the luxuriousness of the remainder of
this regal train, and has won, as the Dunsmoor killed a bear last Sunday
Tammany’s tiger in the City of New dining car service has always helped They started over to Cloyd Clapshaw’s,
York will have to keep well back in to win, the title, “ The Comfortable afternoon, and the dogs treed it and
the jungle this year.
Jerome is out Way,” for the Great Northern Railway. one of the boys went back and got
Successor to JOHNSON & JOHNSON
with his gun looking for that kind of The new dining car service of the the gun.
“ Oriental Limited” equals in beauty,
design and interior furnishings anything
In Other Towns.
Perhaps the greatest surprise from
which is operated on any transconti
is erecting a new court
Hams, Bacon and other Salt Meats always on hand
the elections this fall, to republicans
nental line. Every luxury which a house.
and democrats alike, is the result in
first-class hotel or club affords in the
A big furniture store has been estab
Ohio. With a long continuous record
way of services is really on the dining
lished at Newberg.
of republican victories usually accom
Everything fresh in the Grocery Line to be found here
car of the “ Oriental Limited.” The
Free Delivery to all parts of the City.
panied with large majorities, the win
Hillsboro is building an opera house
new dining cars were built with a spe
h a s . H ines ,
ning of the democrats is hard to ex
F o re s t G ro ve
O re g o n
cial purpose in view of affording the which will be a credit to the county
J. H. G o ff ,
plain. One can understand, in these
most comfortable surroundings, as well seat.
a . G. H offman ,
days of political and municipal reforms,
as giving the traveler a unique and
why an independent with a strong per
luxurious place in which to enjoy his of $ 2 0 0 0 for a new s:wmill to be built
sonality like Jerome, in a city of gTaft
A gentleman who recently at that place.
like New York, would offer sufficient
made the journey to the Coast from
inducement for a republican or dem
— Victor flour can’t be beat.
St. Paul on the “ Oriental Limited,”
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ocrat to give him his support, but to
—Gasoline wood saw, phone 583.
in speaking of the dining car service,
Brick Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
change from one of the old parties to
—Goldenrod Flour now $1.05 per
the other is hard to figure out. But,
See our ad. in the T. P. A. Guide. Drummers’ trade our
“ I have traveled on almost every
then, we hear them saying; it’s an off
specialty. Our ’Bus meets all trains. Carries U. S. mail.
important railroad in the United States, Of Course There Are Other Dealers
—Goldenrod Flour now $1.05 per
Baggage and freight called for and delivered.
but I have yet to find one which sur
Finest Rigs. Best Horses. Good Drivers.
but you would not have thought so
passes the “ Oriental Limited” in the
—The gasoline woodsaw furnishes its
The Willamette Valley Development
if you could have seen how busy
comfort and convenience afforded the
Comer Main and Pacific Ave., Forest rove, Or.
League from a small beginning less
we have been the past six weeks.
traveler. Your dining car service is
than one year ago has grown to be the
— Sewing machines for sale or rent
There is no use talking the quality
excellent, the equal of any in the
most powerful and influential organiza
at The Bazaar.
of our STOCK and the SNAPPY
country, and the superior of many.
tion of its kind on the North Pacific
— Good prunes, 2 cents per pound
STYLES we are giving you are be
was particularly struck with the beauty
coast. The idea was first conceived j
ing appreciated by this community.
of the interior furnishings of these din
in McMinnville and took concrete'
— Dr. W. M. Pollock Dentist, in
If you haven’t seen our line be sure
ing cars; they are really a novelty of
form at Salem where the first public
meeting was held and from thence to
— Money to loan on farm security.
when you can find such strong lines
the present it has been making for it- j
as Dr. Reeds Cushion Sole Shoes, W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
F o r e s t G r o v e O re g o n
self a place in the thought and act of a
COUNTY COURT NEWS
— Closing out sale. Goods at re-1
the smartest shoe on earth; W. L.
Flour, Hay, Grain and all kinds of Feed always on hand
constantly growing number of leading
Douglas $3.00 to $5.00 Shoe; A. duced prices at W. E. Dunsmoor’s.
Windows, Door, Mouldings, Shingles, Paints
business men of the entire Valley.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
A. Cutter’s Water-Tight Shoe, with
—We have line shingles, shakes,
and Oils. All kinds of Field Seeds. W e
Through influences set in motion by it Wm p Marlay et ux t0 L A Mc_
something over 40 kinds to choose fence posts, hop poles etc. for sale. !
also agents for the famous Chatham Fanning
much has been gained that is real and
Nary s e £ of sec 7 t 2 n r 2 w $
from, seems that we can surely M. Turner, Banks, Ore.
tangible, from the Harriman System of Georgia A. Winters et al to
Thanking all for the
Robert F Buck 113J acres
—Come early for Holiday Books,
Railway— the construction of the line
very extensive trade, we will try to
in sec 20 t 1 s r 3 w .........
Pictures and Novelties at The Book ■
from Drain to Coos Bay for instance.
prove ourselves worthy of a contin
Christian Peters et ux to Mt
Store. They sell rapidly.
Better car and train service has also
Hood Brewing Co lot 2 in
uance and an increase for the Fall
been obtained in some parts of the
blk 27 Cornelius....................
The New York Tribune Farmer, |
This League has come to Christian Peters et ux to T A
weekly, and the News one year, $1.25 J 1
Practical Undertakers and Embalra-
The Farmer is one of the best farm
stay and if the future can be judged j Lewis 20 acres near Cor-
ers. Calls answered day or night.
by the past it will grow in influence,
. , , ,
I Nancy I Banks et al to M Y
not only with the farmers and shippers
WLlis tract in sec 31 t 2 „ r
Forest Grove, Ore.
of this Valley, but with the leading
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business men of all of Western Oregon. John F Loyd et ux to Edwin
A T TH E FO REST GROVE SHOE STORE
j Hughes 93 acres in 2 t 1 n r
A n n u a lly , to fill the new position« created by R a il
4 w .......................................... 5580
roads a nd T e leg ra p h C om nan.es.
W e w ant
The Willamette Valley Development
Young Mon and Ladies or good h a b its, to
E C Ross et ux to N W Bow-
IT D R A W S HARD
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
League is not an aggregation of kick
land tract in t 1 s r 1 w .. . . 2500 Ot. a woman’s vitality to do work fof
Real Estate and Corpo- OFFICE over
which she Is untitled, and we wonder how
ers as some would have the public N W Bowland et ux to Isaac W
some of the women
ration^^iv^^jgecialty. Hines' Store.
think, but a voluntary organization of
Crater 10 acres in t 1 s r 1 w 800
of our land live
AND R. R. ACCOUNTING
W e fu rn is h 75 p e r c e n t, of th e O p e ra to rs and
all classes of men that believe Oregon John W Messinger et ux to
season of pleasure
Station A gents in A m erica. O ur si* schools a re
City Barber Shop . .
James A Messinger s e i of
the la rg e st e x c lu s iv e T e le g ra p h Schools IN T H E
should be exploited, developed and
s e J of n e J of sec 13 t 2
Baths. Laundry Agency. Situ
lead in g R ailw ay Officials.
improved for the benefit of Oregonians
with tears in their
R . IN IX O IN , D e n t i s t
s r 3 w .....................................
W e e x e c u te a $250 Bond to e v e ry stu d e n t to
eyes, w h e n they
on Pacific Ave., Forest Grove.
fu rn is h him or h e r a p o sition p a y in g from $40 to
now residing here and those who are Colen D Nairn et ux to Al
mention the sub
$60 a monTTi in Slates east of th e R ocks M ountains,
ject at all, "It 1« n
. . A. T. Wirtz, Proprietor
or from $75 to $100 a m onth In States west o f the
to come, and that the railroads should
bert O Yates 10 acres in sec
luirtl pull,” t h a t
Forest Grove, Oregon
R ockies, i m m e d i a t e l y u p o n g r a d u a t i o n .
with pain, weak
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S tudents can e n te r at a n y tim e. N o vacatio n s.
keep up with the procession in that
For fu ll p a rtic u la rs reg a rd in g a n y o f our Schools
w rite d ire c t to ou r e x e c u tiv e office at C in c in n a ti, O.
development, and that a portion of the Donald McKinzie to Eliza Mc-
t h e y are "almost
Kinzie lot 1 2 3 8 and 10
d r a g g e d o u t . ” C atalogue fre e .
millions earned by them in this state
Three door* north of B ailey’* »tore,
blk 1 Henrys add Cornelius.
1 4ftlnn. resort
The Morse School of Telegraphy.
hour* from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
the past few years should be expended
and invigorants. the after effects of
C in c in n a ti, O hio.
BufTalo, N. Y.
for extensions and betterments of their
T e x a rk a n a , T ex.
San F ran cisco , Cal.
I)r. R. V. Pierce, forty years, ago found
lines in this state. It does not believe
that women were being mistreated
through Ignorance or carelessness and
— Every man owes it to himself and
in radical legislation or stringent meas
Estate of Christian Molstad deceased. determined to devote his life and energies
his family to master a trade or ptofes- F o r e s t G rO V e
ures but it has faith in the sound sense Inventory and appraisement filed and to Having
found the mu*e of their suf sion. Read the display advertisement j _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
and good judgment of the Railway approved. Valuation $3554.50. Ad fering. he next sought fo r the mean* of
Of Forest Grove, Oregon
ministrator authorized to sell personal relief, and found in Nature'* lalnnitirry— of the six Morse Schools of Telegraphy
Magnates to believe that they will ac
property at private sale for cash.
markable and valuable medicinal virtues
cede to the reasonable requests of the
young man or lady may learn tele
A General Banking Business Trans
Estate of J C Moore deceased. Pe for the cure of these ailments.
Using chemically pure glycerine, of graphy and be assured a position.
acted. Drafts sold on all the principal
ATTORNEY AT LAW
producers and shippers of this country tition to sell personal property for cash proper
strength Instead of alcohol, he
Cities in the United States and Europe.
prepared extracts of these, and the result
and give them such extensions, new granted.
Office in Front Rooms of Abbott Build Correspondents Wells Fargo it Co’s
was so satisfactory th a t the combina
Estate of John W Anderson de tion
60 Y EA R «
lines and improved service as the bus
became his "Favorite Prescription."
Bank. Directors: Richard M. Dooley,
E X P E R IE N C E
ceased. Deccember 7th time set for The roots used are: Lady's Slipper root,
Illack Cohosh root. Unicorn root, III no
- - OREGON J. E. Loomis, John W. Shute,
Cohosh root and Golden Seal root. The
and Frank E. Dooley.
Estate of Peter Spierings deceased, world knows It as D r . P tewk ' s F a v o r
The News heartily endorses the admitted to probate. M Reiling ap i t e P r e s c r i p t i o n , which has the won
and unparalleled record of a half
efforts of Pacific University and espe pointed administrator. Bonds fixed at derful
million of cures in the last forty years.
Write to Dr Pierce, IlufTalo, ii. Y., Sor
cially of President Ferrin in his endeavor $1800 filed and approved. Anton
Trains on the Southern Pacific arrive
Go To The
advice, given without charge.
I R A D E IV IA R R »
depart on the following schedule:
to secure a Carnegie Library building for Hermens Chas J Herb and Geo Dooley
"I am r la d v> be a b le to te s tify as to U>e
P aris : M illiner : Parlor
m e rits o f I»r. F ie r c e -« F a v o rite I'rww-riptlon
C o p y r i g h t s A c .
our city. The construction of such a
fo r th e m an y 111« th a t wom en su ffe r with."
A n r o n « • e n d i n g a F k e tr h a n d d e s c r ip tio n m ay
Estate of L O’Neel deceased, ad w
rite « Ml«* G ertrude M itchell (P re s id e n t
q u ir k ly u n c e r ta in o u r o p i n io n f r e e w h e t h e r a n
A fine line of Ribbons, Vel
I in n v e n tio n in p r o b a b ly p P a N t e ie n n t t*
l> e le . .^ J i,o
building here and the housing of the mitted to probate. Mary E O’Neel Y o u n g I s .lie s ’ C hristian E ndeavor Society).
o m m m i» ca-
tio iiR N tric tly c o n fid e n tia l. HANDBOOK " n l ’i
«3 C olum bia Street. E . D etroit. Mich. "A fter
vets, Hats, Caps, Baby Goods,
• e n t f re e . OldeNt a g e n c y f o r « e c u r in g p p a a t f e e n t « .
1 1 0 00 or 1 20 00 volumes of books now appointed executrix,
m an y y e a n o f «offerin g and pain . I t<»jk
P a t e n t « t a k e n t h r o u g h M a n n h C - o. r r< e c e iv e
No. 3 . . .6:59 A. M No. 1 ... .4:16 PM Mourning Goods and Notions.
y o u r m edicin e, and In a abort tim e began to
rp*ri.u w ntUe% w i t h o u t c h a r g e . In t h e
crowded into too small a space in the
Estate of Sarah Jane Pollock de- feel Strin ger, becam e m ore regu lar and
N. L. ATKINS, Agt.
did n't h a r e th e I earing-d* s n p ain s w hich
M. L. Berdan,
college building, would give our citi
had been m y lo t for «o lon g Shall n ever
and estate closed of record.
Cease to he very g r a te fu l th a t It w as hto
A h an d so m e ly llln a tra te d w eekly. la r g e s t c ir
zens another institution of which we
to m y notice. I h ave no pain s, and fe e l 5
cu latio n • f a n y «' ien!
-- *em »«. $J a
- Forest Grove
Estate of Eliza J Williams deceased. stron ger g e n e r a lly .”
An all round wag placed the follow
y«ÄT ; f»>or m o n th s . 11.
I b f a il n«w »deak«ra.
shonld all be justly proud as well as Last will and testament admitted to
D r. P ie r c e 's P e lle t s c le a n s e t h e ____
ing placard over hla coal bin: "Not to
be need except In case of Ore."
opening up this valuable collection probate. Frank J Williams appointed system from Accumulated impurities.
—Goldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
Branch Offlcw. « ff S t- WMbiMtun. D. C.
W. F . S C H U LT Z
F R E S H ftlE'A T S
A L L K IN D S
V eg eta b les o f a ll K in d s in S e a s o n
Johnson & Co.
FOREST GROVE SHOE STORE
Pedersen Feed Store,
V5s^ R o e & Buxton
W. H. HOLLIS,
Farmers & Merchants
J. N. Hoffman
M UNNiCo.*',B~ * "’ New York
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