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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1905)
Don't Get Cold Feet
The union Thanksgiving services
will be held at the Congregational
church and Rev. L. F. Belknap, of >
the M. E. church, will preach the
Clyde Bunn of North Yamhill, was
for the Head
| in this city last Thursday.
H. R. Kay, who lives on Route No. 1
Earl Shepherd was among the Port expects to leave Thursday for a several
I t w i l l be Im p o ss ib le f o r you to
who visited here Sunday.
months’ visit in California. He has
g e t c o ld f e e t w ith one o f our u p-
AHEAD IN S TY LE , SNAP AND V A LU E
brothers living in San Jose and in Los j
t o - d a t e H e a te r s in you r home
the city Monday on a business trip. Angeles.
Correct Ideas In Hats and Caps
Mrs. C. F. Harris was the guest of —For Sale—Two milch cows, light
Portland friends Saturday and Sunday. I team and two seated surrey. Inquire
R. E. Dooly and wife of Portland, of E. B. Winters on Buck Farm,
Choose from our immense new Stock of Hats
visited R. M. Dooly’s family Sunday. Cornelius, R. F. D., No. 2; or at the
and Caps at prices to suit. After looking in
Miss Gertrude Smith of Portland,
vain all over town for what you want you are
' was the guest of Forest Grove friends Judge W. H. Hollis, A. W. Johnson,
pretty sure to find it at
President W. N. Ferrin, Jake Buxton
Principal Bates filled Dr. Kantner’s
pulpit in the Congregational church at Grove representatives in Portland dur
ing the week.
Sam Walker and son Charles, made Mrs. John Penny of Portland, was JOHN ANDERSON’S, T h e T a ilo r t
a trip to Buxton Friday returning Sat the guest of W. Housman and family
several days this week. She returned
Dr. Hiatt, who lived here several home Sunday accompanied by Mr.
years ago, is now conducting dental and Mrs. Housman and daughter.
parlors at St. Johns.
—Pain may go by the name of
Miss Stella Boscow of Hillsboro, rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago, pleu
No matter what name the pains
Spent Sunday in this city, the guest of risy.
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain |
NORTH MAIN S TR EET
FOREST GROVE, ORE the
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' Jr’atronage.
Tea will drive them away. 35 cents,
Good Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
—English walnut trees now ready Tea or Tablets. Dr. Hines’ Drtgl
for delivery at Martin’s Harness Shop, Store.
F a s h io n L i v e r y , F e e d a n d S a le S t able.
near the post office.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Williams of Win-
Wagonette to and from all trains. Special conve; ances over
George Reed, an aged resident of ton, Ohio, and their son S. D. Wil
Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
Dilley, was shaking hands with Forest liams and family of Alberta, Canada,
C olumbia phones .
Forest Grove, Oregon.
all of whom have been visiting Mr.
Grove friends Saturday.
—English walnut trees Oregon and Mrs. C. W. Odell of this city,
grown at nursery prices. Martin’s have gone to California to spend the
Harness shop near the Post Office.
Express Sale of Typewriters.
Be on hand Friday to welcome the
0. S. Parsons,'one of Gales Creek’s F. E. Park has sold his property on Portland business men.
I have five typewriters for sale that
been refused by the consignee.
The Willamette Valley has proved to be the ideal and nat most thrifty farmers was transacting David’s Hill to W. E. Haage, who Born to the wife of E. Whitesell of j have
class machines with visible
ural home of the English Walnut. Producing a larger yield, and
this city a baby boy, Tuesday morning. writing and no ribbon. They will be
Rollie Peterson, Hugh Sparks and
a larger and better flavored nut than California.
cheap rather than return them to
where he expects to remain several Oscar Baldwin, who has been at sold
work on a contract in McMinnville re
Crops never fail. No machinery required.
C. B. S tokes ,
land on their bicycles Friday afternoon. months.
turned to this city recently, suffering tf
Free from fungus growths and insect pests. No special Rev. A. H. Mulkey, the Christian M. L. Barnett, a former Forest with
season for marketing, demand good at all seasons of the year. church minister of Hillsboro, has re Grove lad, now playing end on the
H O L L IS TE R 'S
Beloit College team, was disabled in Frank Emerson h s sold his confec
You have the use of the land for other crops while the signed to accept a charge at Browns the
Mr. Rocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
recent game against Ripon College tionery store to Art Caples.
orchard is growing.
Sexton, an employe in one of
A specific for Constipation. Indigestion, E lver w
One acre planted with 50 walnut trees and cultivated for 10 the H. large
and Kidney troubles. Pim ples. Eczema, Im pure, 3
Portland furniture stores,
Had Hreath, Sluggish Bowels. He; ilacho ^
years will pay ten per cent on a valuation of six thousand dollars. spent Sunday with his parents at Forest Mrs. Watt’s new residence near The Farmer’s Telephone line in the and Backache.
Its Kocky Mountain Tea i:i tab
let form. 35 cents a box. Genuine made t.
C om pany . Madison, Wis.
Commence to bear the fifth year.
J. E. Bailey’s is assuming an attractive Gales Creek neighborhood has been in GOLDEN NUGGETS
FOR SALLOW P E O r *
Lee Sparks, who is completing a appearance. The exterior is painted creasing its clientele. New phones
Will grow on any kind of land, hill, valley or bottom.
contract on a building near Banks, in colonial yellow with white trim have been put in and the line has —Try Goldenrod Flour. You’ll
We have made arrangements with the largest nursery in the spent
Saturday and Sunday in Forest mings. Plastering will begin soon. been thoroughly overhauled.
valley, to sell their trees at the nursery price.
—Many children inherit constitu
Claude Mason, a student at the tions weak and feeble, others due to
Full particulars as to planting and cultivating
college, was the fortunate one who childhood troubles. Hollister’s Rocky
secured the pretty pillow in the Bazaar Mountain Tea will positively cure chil
dren and make them strong. 35
Ralph Watkins, a brother of Lauren cents, Tea or Tablets. Dr. Hines’
Watkins of this city, is now employed Drug Store.
in a large chinaware concern in Kan —“Oh, I just dropped in to see
what you have new!” our customers
—The BookStore will move Dec. 1. say when we return from a buying trip
FOR SALE—To anyone renting its to Portland. Almost every day is
present stand—stove, tables and adding something to our Christmas
stock. Don’t wait till we move. The
The Odd Fellows at Banks held last Book Store.
week an interesting meeting at which J. H. Hansen, who lives south of
time several new candidates were Hillsboro on the old Tongue place,
made the News office a pleasant call
Mrs. Laura* Wells and daughter, Monday. He reports the potato dig
Th* Hew Train of
returned Monday morning from several ging season well under way and that
EASE, ELEGANCE AND EXCELLENCE
days visit with Mrs. S. B. Huston in farmers in his neighborhood are.selling
Operated Daily by the
rapidly. He recently disposed of 100
Mrs. Arthur Hall of Clatskanie, Ore., sacks.
The Celebrated Kingsbury
"The Comfortable Way”
was visiting her parents. Prof, and Mrs. L. J. Corl and family have romoved
J. W. Marsh, in this city several days this week from the E. W. Haines
Between St. Paul. Minneapolis and Puget Sound Points
property at the corner of Third avenue
NEW COMPARTNILNT—LIBHAKY—OBSERVATION CARS
The report is current that a saloon and Third street to their new home,
is to be opened at Banks in a few formerly the T. H. Adams residence.
For detailed information, rates, etc., call on
weeks. A building is being erected John Thornburg has also moved from
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A., G. N. R y ., 2d Ave. & Columbia
St., Seattle, Wash.
for that purpose.
Carnation into the dwelling vacated by
D A K O T A S A I L S E O R T H E O R I E N T D E I f E M H K R IO
Johnnie Wirtz, Frank Fletcher and Mr. Corl’s family.
Frank Allen were in attendance at the The Sunday Oregonian contained a
Multnomah-Willamette football game flattering notice of the appearance of
in Portland Saturday.
Forest Grove’s gifted singer, Mrs.
L. J. Morley returned last Thursday Wilbur McEldowney at the Calvary
having been engaged for some time in Presbyterian church of that city last
erecting a barn on John Cornelius’ Sunday. Mrs. McEldowney’s friends
place near Gales Creek.
will rejoice at the recognition her
The Day brothers, who recently came vocal talent has elicited.
here from Wisconsin and purchased Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bunn, who
property near E. Cheney’s place, have recently were married at Goldendale,
almost completed their cottage.
were met at the train by a goodly
The Book Store has fast outgrown number of friends who extended them
its present quarters and will move Dec. sincere congratulations, as they passed
1, to the store now occupied by Mr. through Saturday evening on their way
Dunsmoor, next to the postoffice.
to North Yamhill. Mrs. Bunn was
Rev. George Zimmerman, who was formerly Miss Edith Goodnough.
formerly pastor of the Christian church Ben Hoskins of Dilley, passed
here, will have charge of the church of through the city Saturday on his return
that denomination in Tillamook City. from Hillsboro. Mr. Hoskins recently
Be sure you purchase where the quality is second
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roe have re drove a sliver into his left hand while
to none and the price at the lowest possible mark
turned to their home at Newport. Mr. at work on a railroad bridge, some
Roe is a gTeat lover of ocean scenery three weeks ago. Somehow all of the
That place is
and enjoys better health when at the sliver was not removed, blood poison
set in and for several days Mr. Hoskins
C . F . H A R R IS
Geo. R. Sibley, who since the re suffered much. The company's phy
turn of H. H. Stewart, has bten pro sician was summoned and by careful
moted to the Portland office of the treatment saved the injured member.
W ist »1 Farmers & Marchants Bank
P u r e s t G r o v e Condenser,
spent last Sunday in For It is only a question of a short time
until he can resume his work.
N EW EST CO NCEPTIO NS
LARGEST STOCK IN COUNTY
Different patterns of
the Latest Stoves on
our Sample Floor.
Gome and See them
Hancock, Gordon & Elliott-
Money in English Walnuts
A Busy Medicine for Busy People.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
MARTIN'S HARNESS SHOP, near Postoffice
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
WHEN IN NEED OF
Tinware, Enameled Steel Ware
Cutlery, Hardware, Tools
Stoves and Ranges
Paints &. Oils
Keep your little folks’ hands and necks
warm bv buvinp a fur set
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