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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1905)
LO CAL AND PERSO NAL
Miss Carrie Shearer of Hillside is
A good line of wall paper at the
the guest of Miss Lafferty this week.
J. W. H. Adkins, who has been in
— The Home Bakery— headquarters
Portland for some time, returned home
for holiday fruit cakes.
E. Kreider has resumed work at his Saturday.
J. L. Loving and Budd Ranes are
— Leave your orders at Home Bakery at work on the telephone lines. Mr.
for Xmas and New Year’ s fruit cakes. Hughes is making a division, one to
be the Heisler line ¡md the other the
Miss Bessie Venen of Portland,
visited her parents here the first of the Wilson.
Mr. Hughes and Sam Todd passed
through here Sunday in their automo
The local fire department company
now numbers 34 members in good bile.
Earl and Carl Clapshaw killed a 200
pound bear near John McClaran’ s,
— The Auction House carries new and
Sunday morning, this is the second
and second hand cook stoves and
bear the boys have killed in the past
few weeks and they think there is still
The attendance at the public school
another one about there.
is 340. Pupils are still registering
Mrs. Laura Allen and Mrs. Joel
York are visitors at the home farm
George Boos was in from the quarry
with their mother, Mrs. Wilson.
and transacted business in Forest
The short series of meetings at the
A. C. church have closed.
Mrs. Harry Goff and little son were
Mrs. Will Wilson and Mrs. Clark
among the Forest Grovites who visited
spent Saturday in Forest Grove.
in the metropolis the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen made a
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Goff gave a
visit to the metropolis Monday.
family chafing dish party the forepart
Miss Lee of Portland spent a couple
of the week.
The Roe and Goff
of days with her parents, this week.
families were present.
logging camp near Scoggins’ Valley.
A petition is being circulated by the
Dissolution of Partnership.
advocates of Woman’ s Suffrage, asking
that that question be submitted to the
The Partnership heretofore existing
voters at the June election.
between E. X. Harding and W . C.
Mrs. Lawless, who for several Kertson, as the Gaston Milling Co., is
months past has been conducting dress this day dissolved by mutual consent,
making parlors near the Wirtz building, W. C. Kertson retiring and E. X.
Harding re aining the business, col
moved Monday to Buxton.
all accounts and paying all bills
Jasper P. Reeves of Blooming,
recently sold his potato crop of 900
sacks. Buyers are now offering from
SS to 60 cents per hundred.
E. X. H arding ,
W. C. K ertson .
Mrs. Josephine Patton, a valued
Mr. Harding wishes to thank their
member of The News staff, spent
friends and customers for past
several days the forepart of the week
and hope by honorable and
at her home on Gales Creek.
fair dealing to merit a continuance of
J. H. Mclnry, traveling salesman
for the Blaseing Granite Company, was
the guest of his old time friend, Frank
(From The W eekly Index.)
H. Saunders, for several days the past
w eek ..
Miss Eva Lund, ex-’ 07, is doing
Mrs. E. B. James and little son
Lanta, arrived from Laidlaw, Wasco
County, Monday evening to spend
several days visiting friends in Forest
Free— An entertainment given by
the children in the interest of Foreign
missions, at the Free Methodist church,
Friday night, Nov. 17, at 7:30.
A man having anything to sell
And whispering it down a well,
Will never gain the shining dollars
H e’ s like the man that climbs the
curb and hollers.
This isn.t poetry but it expresses the
truth that if a man has anything to sell
he must advertise.
— If you want a fountain pen of
good quality and a pen for general use
and much durability, there is nothing
equals a Geo. S. Parker lucky curve.
The spear head retainer is new this
year. A large stock at Abbott & Son.
Call and try one that will suit your
hand and know the pleasure of a good
Mrs. M. S. Allen is receiving med
ical treatment from one of the Sanita
riums in Portland. Last summer she
was injured in an accident and lately
complications have arisen which made
it imperative to consult specialists.
She goes back and forth each day
and some improvement is already
work as a deaconess in San Francisco.
Her special duty now is missionary
work among the Chinese and Japanese.
Miss Lund says this is the most inter
esting as well as the hardest work she
has done. Her field of work is in
Chinatown where she calls at the
homes to do personal work beside
teaching in the Oriental Home for Or
phans and Rescued Chinese Slave
Girls. Miss Lund likes her work and
says she is gradually becoming accus
tomed to the unpleasant conditions of
Chinatown in San Fran
cisco has about thirty thousand inhabi
tants. Miss Lund’ s parents reside in
Edward Knighten has_ filed m the
county clerk’ s office papers in an ac-
tion for divorce from his wife Hettie,
alleging in his complaint that on the
10th day of April, 1895, he married
Hettie Ward and they have ever since
been husband and wife; that on Octo-
ber 1, 1904, she willfully and without
cause deserted him and has ever since
remained away, though he has request
ed her to return and live with him.
H e declares that he is possessed of no
real estate in this, or any other state
and that at the present time he has no
personal property aside from his wear
ing apparel. H e asks for judgment
and a decree dissolving the bonds of
matrimony existing between them.—
The Roseburg Plaindealer has been
enlarged and improved; a new weekly
paper has been launched at Albany;
also one at Cottage Grove, and several
LOOK T H E S E OVER.
in Eastern Oregon.
throughout the state are appearing in
— Goidenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
improved form, and, taking them all
— Empty barrels for sale at Miller’ s
together, there is considerable pros
perity evident with the publishing
— W ood sawed promptly. Call up
fraternity of Oregon. It is only an
Gasoline W ood Saw. Phone 583.
other noticeable thing denoting a
— Victor flour is guaranteed.
steady and substantial growth in the
development of our grand state.—
—Goidenrod Flour 11.10 per sack.
— There’ s no valley wheat used in
Word reached here last week that making Victor flour.
an old soldier and G. A. R. man living
—Call up phone 583, when you
at Sherwood, had lost his home and
want your wood sawed.
entire contents by a recent fire. The
— “ Crescent” is the Standard of Ex
man and his family were away at the
cellence for Valley flour.
time of the conflagration and its origin
— American made alarm clocks at
is not known. The W. R. C. of this
place, composed of 36 loyal members, Abbott fit Son's at 65 cents.
quickly responded by forwarding to
the comrade a box containing about
f3 5 worth of clothing and provisions
together with a little cash amount.
This organization never has been
known to tum a deaf ear to the wants
of an old soldier or those dependent
— Money to loan on farm security.
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
— If you ate troubled with indiges
tion, constipation, sour stomach, or any
other pain, Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea will make you well and keep you
well. 35 cents Tea or Tablets. Dr.
Hines Drug Store.
ORDINANCE NO 145
An Ordinance to Provide Fire Limits in
the City of Forest Grove, Wash
ington County, Oregon, and for
the Construction, Removal and Re
pair of Buildings Within Said
The City of Forest Grove
dain as follows:
Section 1.— The following bounda
ries, and the territory within said
boundaries, are hereby established as
the fire limits of the City of Forest
Grove, Washington County, Oregon,
to-wit: Commencing at the Northeast
corner of Block No. 2 in said City as
shown by the Recorded Plat of said
City on file in the office of the Record
er of Conveyances for said County and
State, and running thence West on the
North line of said Block No. 2, 200
feet; thence South to the South line of
said Block; thence East on said South
line 200 feet to the Southeast comer
thereof; thence North on the East line
of said Block to the Northeast comer
thereof, the place of beginning. Also
the following described boundaries and
the territory within said boundaries, to-
wit: Beginning at the Southeast comer
of Block 1 of Walker’ s Addition to
the Town of Forest Grove, Washington
County, Oregon, as shown by the
recorded plat thereof in the office of
the Recorder of Conveyances for said
County and State, and running thence
North 200 feet; thence West to the
West line of said Block; thence South
200 feet; thence East to the place of
moved from any place without the said
fire limits to any place within said fire
limits, or from one place within said
fire limits to another place within said
fire limits, except that wooden build
ings may be moved from the front of
any lots within said fire limits to the
rear of the same lots upon which said
buildings stand; provided that the
wooden buildings or structures, which
shall be covered with iron and with roofs
of the materials specified in Section
Two of this ordinance and which shall
be used only for storage purposes, may
be constructed when permitted by the
Section 6.— The owner or agent of
the owner, shall not permit any wood
en or frame building to remain within (
said fire limits after the same has been
destroyed by fire to the extent o f ;
twenty per cent of the value thereof,
except at the option of the Council,
and if the same has been destroyed by
fire beyond repair it shall be removed
within thirty days, and after thirty days
after giving notice by the City Marshal,
each and every week, during which
said structure destroyed by fire or par
tially destroyed by fire shall be permit
ted to remain, shall constitute a sepa
rate and distinct offense and violation
of this ordinance, and such owner or
agent of the owner, shall be liable to j
The new store in Cornelius is now open. In the line of dry goods
prosecution and to the penalties provid
and Notions, Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Rubber Goods of all kinds;
ed by this ordinance.
Shirts and Overalls of all sizes, patterns and pieces. In groceries of the fin
Section 7.— No
est quality we excel, and have a splendid stock. A good line of farm im
workshop or any business requiring a j plements, Buggies, Wagons, Plows, Harrows,, Cultivators, etc. We have
steam boiler shall be located or operat
the Standard manufactures. We take Produce in payment and pay the
ed within the fire limits described in
highest market price for the same. Come and see the new store. Corner
Section One of this Ordinance.
Fourth and Main stieets. No trouble to show goods, even if you do not
Section 8.— Any person who shall ] buy. We are here to make you prices that will cause you to buy and us
H endricks & S on
violate any of the provisions of this. to sell
Ordinance shall, on conviction, be
punished by a fine of not less than ■
twenty dollars, and not more than one
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SE A R S & W A T K IN S
hundred dollars, or be imprisoned in
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon,
■" Proprietor of— — —
Sept. 29, 1905.
the City jail of the City of Forest
•The Leading Barber Shop. ,
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
Grove, not more than twenty days or provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, en-
Up-to-date Hair-cutting and
If you want the best
Hot Water Bottles
At the most reasonable prices consider-
ing quality, go to
Dr. Hines’ Drugstore
New Store at Cornelius
Section 2.— All outside or party
walls of buildings hereafter built, con
structed or placed within the bounda
ries described in Section One of this
Ordinance, shall be constructed of
brick, stone, or other non-combustible
material, and no wood or other com
. . I titled “ An act f r the sale of timber lands in the States
bustible material shall be placed nearer D y D O tn SU C h h n £ E n el 1 H I p n s o n r n e n t i n of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Terri-
Shaving. Laundry agency.
Public of Land
by *ct of
than four inches of the outside surface m e u iscreuon oi m e u o u it an u in ue
Au?ujt as 4 extended
P o re st (ir o v o
of said walls, except as hereinafter pro fault of the payment of said fine shall Multnomah, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this i Miiin S treet.
office his sworn statement No. 6677, for the purchase of
vided. The roof of all the buildings , tie imprisoned
in the City jail one day 1 the e 1/» of sw v, of section No 21 and evy of sw v ,)
erected within said fire limits shall be for every two dollars of such fine.
composed of tin, slate, non-combustible
Section 9 . - This ordinance shall be SiSSSTtS V ^ Z fl& S lS r ' ¿ S M
P hysician and S urgeon
composition, or other non-combustible in full force and effect on and after the Receiver at Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, the I3th
material, and all outside walls or party hour Of twelve O clock noon of the 15
Office Over Abbott & Son’s Jewelry Store.
He names as witnesses: W esley Penney of Saint
Office Phone Ind. 752 Res. Phone Ind. 503
walls shall extend at least two feet day of November, 1905.
Johns. Ore., Jacob T. Cox. o f Glenwood P. O ., Ore.,
| Thomas Varley, of Glenwocd P. O., Ore., A. M. Stearns,
above the roof of said building except
and °* P°rtIant*» Ore.
Section 10.— All - ordinances
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
the walls at the rear of the building.
parts of ordinances in conflict herewith described lands are requeued to file their claims in this
Provided the requirements of Section
; office on or before said i3th day o f December, 1905.
are hereby repealed.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Register.
One and of this section shall not apply
First Pub., October 5.
Passed by the Common Council of
to outside water closets or privies, and
provided further that the City Council the City of Forest Grove, Oregon, this Notice of Guardian's Sale of Real
may in their discretion permit build 14 day of November, 1905, and ap
ings to be erected of corrugated iron proved by the Mayor of said City on
the 14 day of October, 1905.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE OF ORE
or other non combustible material.
GON FOR MARION COUNTY
J. C. CLARK,
Section 3.— No person shall erect,
In the matter o f the guardianship of Philip Beal, a
construct or otherwise place within
Pursuant to an order of the above entitled Court made
said fire limits any building or structure Approved this 14 day of October, 1905
on the 16th day o f October, 1905, authorizing and di
C. N. J ohnson ,
of any kind without first obtaining from
recting the guardian of the above minor’s estate to sell
Mayor of the City of Forest Grove, certain real properly of said estate, to-wit:
the City Council of the City of Forest
Beginning at a point on the east line of the D. L. C.
Grove a building permit.
of Alvin C. Brown and wife, being claim No. 58 in T. 1
Section 4.— Any person, persons, Attest J. C. C l a r k ,
N. R. 3 W . of the Willamette Meridian, said point being
To SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, MINNE
association, company or corporation,
N 1 deg. 30 min. E 22.44 chains from the S. E. corner
of said D. L. C ., said point being also the S. E. corner of
who may desire to construct, move or
APOLIS, D U LU TH , CHICAGO,
State of Oregon, County of Wash land deeded to John B. Beal by Clarinda Beal et al, July
repair any building within the said fire
14, 1904, by deed recorded at page 95 Book 66 of deeds
limits, shall make application to the ington, City of Forest Grove.
for Washington County, Oregon, and running N 1 deg.
City Council at a regular or special
I, J. C. Clark, Recorder of the City of 30 min. E. 10.16 chains to the S. E. corner of land j A nd A ll P oints E ast and S outh .
meeting thereof, for such permit and Forest Grove, do hereby certify that I j deeded by Jchn B. Beal and w ife to Clarinda Beal, July
shall be required to furnish and deposit have carefully compared the foregoing 2, 1904, by deed recorded at page 237 Book 68 of Deeds
with said City Council a written state transcript of Ordinance No. 145, with for Washington County, thence W . 18.60 chains, thence
i S. 1 deg. 30 min. W . 10.16 chains, more or less to N.
ment of the location, character, mater the original on file in my office, and of line of a roadway deeded by Philip Beal and wife to
ial out of which the building is to be which I am the legal custodian, and 1 the Public May 26, 1902, thence S. 88 deg. 50 min. E.
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constructed, the contract time for the that.it is a correct transcript therefrom; 1 along N. line of said roadwav 18.60 chains to the place
of beginning, containing 18.89 acres o f land, more or less,
completion of the work, together with and of the whole thereof.
j all subject to the Dower estate of Eva A. Beal therein. !
a copy of the plans and specifications
Witness my hand and the seal of the
The undersigned Guardian o f said estate will proceed
S plendid S ervice , U p to D ate À-
of the building.
City of Forest Grove, this 14 day of | to sell the above described real property at private sale,
E quipment , C ourteous
The City Council shall make an in November, 1905.
; November, 1905, on the premises above described.
E mployes .
vestigation and inspection of the loca
J. C. C l a r k ,
! Dated this 16th day of October. A. D. 1905.
tion of the proposed building and of
Recorder of the City of Forest
EVA. A. BEAL, Guardian.
1 Pub. O. 19-26-Nov. 2-9-16.
the plans and specifications and within
Daylight trip throught the
ten days after the application, issue
such permit, provided the plans and
Cascade and Rocky Mountains.
Notice of Final Settlement
E A S T GASTON.
specifics tions meet with the approval of
Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, admin
the Council and said permit may pro
Farmers are rejoicing to see the istratrix o f the estate of John W . Anderson, deceased,
filed, in the County Court o f the State of Oregon
vide for the use of a part of any street fine weather continue.
For tickets, rates, folders and full
for Washington County, my final account as such admin
or alley for the purpose of placing the
information, call on or address
W. K. Newell and wife were callers istratrix and that said Court has set Thursday, the 7th
necessary building materials in front
day o f December, 1905, at the hour of 2 o ’clock in the
at the Pagets Sunday afternoon.
or rear of the proposed building site
City Ticket Agent, 122 Third St.,
afternoon as the time and the Court Room in the Court
Miller & Barrett have repaired their House in Hillsboro, Oregon, as the place for hearing
for a period not to exceed sixty days,
Portland, Or. ^
but such permit shall not authorize the engine and begun sawing wood this of objections to said final account and final settlement of
obstruction of any part of the sidewalks week.
Dated November 6th. 1905. MARY. H. ANDERSON.
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A., Seattle,
or gutter of any street or alley nor any
A couple of uncles of Mrs. E. U.
Wash., Comer First Ave. & Yesler Way.
crossings, nor more than one-third of Paget, drove over from Silverton last deceased.
W . H. HOLLIS, Attorney for Administrix.
the carriage way of the street or alley week to pay her a visit.
First pub. Nov. 9
opposite the place where such building
is proposed to be erected, re-built,
moved, altered or repaired, and such Hill schhol, was visiting friends and
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permit shall also provide that said old pupils Saturday.
United State, Land Office, Portland, Oregon,
building material while it remains in
November 4, 1905
Philip Bush and his brother came
Route your shipments via
any street or alley shall be carefully over from Newberg last week after a Notice it hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act o f Congress of June J, IS7S, j
protected so that no damage to person couple of loads of potatoes from the entitled **An act for the sale o f Umber lands in the Great Northern.
or property shall be occasioned there Loomis ranch.
j State, of California. Oregon. Nevada and Washington
Full information from
i Territory," as eatendrd to all the Public Land States by '
by. Any person to whom such a per
act of August 4 . 19 * 2 . John H. Balmanno. of Portland, j
mit shall be granted shall be liable for
county o f Multnumah. state of Oregon, has this day «led j
damages caused to person or property
| in this office his sworn statement No. M 9 1, for the pur- I
by reason of such material being on
j chase o f the N X 4 of Section No. II in Township No. j '
the street or alley, and upon the com
J N. Range No. » Weat. and wilt offer proof to show
Ihot the land sought Is more valuable foe Its Umber or
pletion of the construction or repair of
stone than foe agricultural purposes, and to establish hit
any building or the expiration of the
rlatm to mid land before the Register and Receiver of
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permit he shall cause all the material
this office at Portland. Oregon, on Tuesday, the l«th
and all rubish to be moved from such
day of January. 1 00,.
Forest Grove, Oregon
He names ss witnesses: Robert Simpson o f Rustem.
street or alley.
And dealers in all kinds of Horse
I Oregon: C. H. Wheeler, o f Portland. Oregon; w. A.
Section 5.— No wooden buildings A general banking business transacted. Wheeler o f Portland. Oregon; U. S. Bryant of Portland,
Goods. Repairing Promptly Done
shall be erected, constructed, enlarged
Interest paid on time deposits.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above w o r
or raised, within the limits as defined
described lands are requested to ale their claims in this MTISS J COBBER
in Section One of this ordinance, and
d ld(h day of January. 1 0 0 ,
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no wooden or frame buildings or struc
ALGERNON S. DBESSER. Register.
tures covered with wood shall be
first pub. Nov.,
-T are seed at Pedersen's
DR. EDGAR H. BROWN
Overland Trains Daily 2
We Give Expedited Service on
£. W. Haines Bank
MARTIN & CO.
IN E S S
FOREST 6R0VE, ORE