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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1906)
— White Leghorn and
—Money to loan on farm security.
Rock eggs for hatching, 50
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
15. C. E. Ruckle,
The News and Semi-weekly Journal
for $1.75. Sample copies may be had
The First National Bank has just
—Goldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
at this office.
Carl Nicholson was a Portland visitor
William Wilson, the enterprising received from the treasurer of the
dairyman of Gales Creek, was in town United States $25,000, its first issue
of currency which is secured by
Hoge Sexton visited with his parents Wednesday.
United States government bonds.
Roy Watkins, who is just home from
The pupils of the Public School
“ Curly” Fields returned from Cali California, has gone to Kelso, Wash,
celebrated Washington’s birthday yes
to work in a logging camp.
fornia last week.
terday with appropriate exercises.
President Ferrin made a trip to
— A ten disc 16 inch cultivator for
Principal Allen presented to the 9th
sale cheap. It has been used only
grade a large picture of George Wash
— For Visible Writing see Under about two weeks. Inquire, J. E. Bailey.
Miss Nora Smith has just returned
The free reading room is being used
Claude Smith was in Portland one from a three months visit with her
especially these rainy evenings.
day last week.
i sister Mrs. A. B. Mattox of Snohomish,
In its present commodious and con
Miss Pearl McGill is spending the Wash.
venient apartments it is one of the
week in Portland.
Horace Thomas, Forest Grove’s con- most useful and beneficial of our city’s
Fred Robinson was in from Gaston tnbution to the Oregonian’s reportorial institutions.
on business Monday.
stafi was visiting with his parents Wed'
Fred Morely accompanied by an
Geo. Rastall of Portland was a visitor nesday.
old friend Ben Smith arrived from Cali
in Forest Grove Sunday.
Mrs. Greenshaw, daughter of Hi
fornia the first of the week. Mr.
Charley Smith has just returned from Claris Was visiting with her parents in Smith was a chum of the Morely’s in
a week’s visit in Seattle.
the Grove last week. Mr. Greenshaw Wisconsin and is making his first \isit
H . B. Chesmore of Gales Creek was accompanied her.
to the coast.
a visitor in the city Monday.
J. P. Wagner, circulating agent for
Madame Johanna Gadski the great
Miss Hilda Shogrcn has been spend the Oregonian, was in town the fordpart
Wagnerian prima donna will appear in
ing the week with her parents.
of the week rustling subscriptions.— concert at the Marquam on March 8.
Miss Alice Tibbets of Ranier is visit North Yamhill Record.
The music lovers of Forest Grove will
ing this week with Mrs. Fred Kane.
Raleigh Walker, who recently re be glad to hear of Madame Gadski’s
LOCAI HAPPENINGS j
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Crunican from
Gaston were trading in thelGrove Mon
W. W. Lewis of Gales Spur was in
the city Monday on his way to Port
Carl Christian has entered the bar
ber shop of S. A. Moulton as an
State Senator Miller of Linn county
was in town visiting his brother Chas.
Miller this week.
Miss Id a Kay of Portland a former
student at the university spent Sunday
with the McEldowney’s.
V V /1
! it '
turned from Los Angeles, left Saturday
for Deep River, Wash., where he will
work in a logging camp.
— Johnson & Johnson will open Sat
urday, Feb. 24th, with aline of Special
Assortments and a fine line of Teas.
See window for articles given with the
-H a v e you been betrayed by prom-
ises of quacks, swallowed pills and bottl-
ed medicine, without results except a
damaged stomach. To those we offer
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea.
35 cents, Dr. Hines Drug Store.
We w o nt
With a street railway in the midst of
construction, houses being numbered
and so many other evidences of life,
Forest Grove is assuming quite a
metropolitan air and is a m o n g the first
■- Oregon to wake ,,n
up to tne
opportunities o: the
shake the me ss from its back and get
down to business.
But we will sell them
so low you think you
are getting them for
The new street railway is being
pushed right along. The inclemency
of the weather of the past week has de
layed the work some but a large force
of men are this afternoon working
within hailing distance of Main Street.
They are coming up Pacific Avenue
very rapidly and will be working in the
middle of town by Saturday evening. f i
Lieut. W. H. Myers, of Forest
Grove, and one of the Indian War
veterans, was in town yesterday and
gave the true version of the taking
away of the gun from Bill Merrill,
fifty years ago last October, and related
in last week’s Argus.
that he met Merrill down where the
T. D. Humphrey’s homestead is
located, on Seventh street. He asked
Merrill to join the company and Mer
rill replied that he was too busy.
Myers noticed the gun Merrill carried
and had heard of Merrill’s boast that
visit to Portland next month.
I "no one could get his gun for Indian
Myers then asked him
Ties are strewn the street at Forest
for his gun and Merrill refused and
Grove for the new electric line run started his horse on a gallop. Miers,
ning from the depot, and the rails will who was entirely alone, chased Merrill
be laid in a short time. Forest Grove to where the depot now stands— it
is bound to have an electric line at all was all timber those days—and, having
hazards. That’s the spirit.— Hillsboro | a good horse, caught Merrill at this
point, wresting the gun from his
Argus. Score one for the Argus.
shoulder. Myers then drew a knife
A W A Y A S(]|
ODD SUITS. $ 7 . 5 0 AND
55 JOHN ANDERSON’S, TheTi
supply of ammunition for both the rifle
Notice of Final
the shotgun barrels of the weapon in th e county court or
and betook himself to his ranch for a
oon for washinoto »
little outing. The judge thought he In the matter of the estate of Jama|
would try his new gun before starting Notice is hereby given that GeaO.i
of the estate of James SI
out after big game and a crow being istratcr
rendered his Anal account of i
the only thing in sight, he loaded the estate and that Friday, the 23rd d
rifle barrel and prepared to test his the hour of 2 o'clock in the afternoon«]
skill at shooting. Fortunately he had 1 court room in the county cow H || ~
the gun at such an angle that the m n.boro. w a .h i^ tn n cou„„, o,„*
stock lay parallel with the side of his (he K,tltm,nt of
flna] a(:coun, _
face, for when he pulled the trigger place any person or persons interestedi
the barrel exploded. Judge McBride’s j me exceptions in writing to nidaco«,
face was badly powder burned but the
GEO. O. S L O U .fl
injuries are not considered serious.
Dated this 22nd day of February, 1 %.
W. H. HOLLIS, attorney for admiaua
(First pub. Feb. 22d.
The New York Tribune Farmer and
The News can be secured till March
25, at the nominal price of 81.25.
NOTICE TO TAXPME A
After that time the two publications 1
--------- S B
The date for the lecture of Prof.
J. J. Wirtz and Ira Hampton who | and made Merrill deliver the powder can be had for 8150.
of l !
M. L. Pratt of Portland, at Verts Hall,
are at the head of the Skating Rink flask and left the disconcerted boaster
to go his way.—Hillsboro Argus.
for Saturday, Feb 24, at 1:30 p. m. is
Trust made a trip to North Yamhill
changed to read March 10, at 1:30
Will run my Feed mill every Satur
You are hereby notifi« and
today to investigate conditions there
day at Rasmusen’s Feed store.
taxes levied for the year 1( less
prior to establishing a rink in that
Belated dispatches announce the
due and payable on and iftc
Among those from here who at burg. The octopus already stretches
February 19, 1906, at tb . .
tended the opening performance at the east to Cornelius and will soon em .death of J. R. Harris, who lives on the
Wilson River road between here and —Good looks bring happiness. Friends office, in the city of Hillste
The s kating rink is to have a new Hillsboro Opera House were Miss
brace North Yamhill as well.
Tillamook. It is thought that heart care more for us when we meet them ington county, Oregon.
floor, the old one has been too roughly Irene Cadwell and Miss Daisy Aber*
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a son
Three per cent rebate r i conv
used for further service.
to have been liable to heart failure and sparkling with health, which comes by
born to the wife of Mr. Thomas E. he was found lying in his wagon, hav taking Hollister’s Rocky Mountian Tea. all taxes paid previous to 1 that
The youngest child of Mr. Kaehler
$100,000 is the sum to be divided Epplett, near this place, on Feb. 20.
1906. The first half w. denS)
ing died suddenly, in the orchard 35cts., at Dr. Hines Drug Store.
of Gales Creek, died this morning at among the stock holders of the Lewis
quent after Monday, Apt busin
Parties desiring the services of Dr. where he had been at work with his
If the first half is not paid bt and ,
4 o’clock, of diphtheria.
and Clark Fair corporation. The sum Large in this class of cases, will greatly team. Mr. Harris was well known
then the whole amount b ec^^e
Mrs. A. E. Dixon was in Portland is about 25 per cent of the capital oblige him by giving him notice two here and his death will be heard
Man wanted to canvass Washington linquent. If the first hill
with deep regret by his friends here.
the first of the week attending the stock.
or three months prior to the expected
Experience not necessary. then the last half can be paid,
spring millinery openings.
The ladies of the M. E. Church will event.
preferred. Good pay. time, up to October 1st, 1906 '
Apply at once to
B. H. Laughlin has begun the con have a sale of homemade pies, cake
The friends of Miss Elsie Perkins
Commencing February 15 th and
T h e B a z a a r ,
Sheriff and Ex-Officio Ta. ’
struction of a sewer from his hotel and candles at the Hoffman and Allen and Ben F. Laughlin will be glad to continuing daily to and including April
Forest Grove, Ore
for Washington County, Oil
store, beginning at 10 a. m., next hear that these people were the princi 7th, 1906, and from September 15th
emptying into Council Creek.
Frank Allen received injuries Thurs
pals in a pretty wedding in North
| tickets will be sold from the East to
day evening at the Skating Rink which
State Game Warden Baker was in Yamhill on February 14th, Rev. R. B.
The Fourth Annual Firemen’s Dance
points on Oregon Lines via Portland;
kept him in the house a few days.
Forest Grove, Saturday, and held Wilmks officiating. The bride and by the Southern Pacific Company.
is to be given at Verts Hall on the eve
we, the ®
Prof. J. M. Garrison is beginning a council of war with his deputies in groom were popular young people of
Following are the rates from some
Green Mountain Grange, No1
The game wardens North Yamhill.
his yearly course of six week’s penman “ these parts.”
I J. G. Lenneville dorse the action of the Natl
are getting busy of late.
ship at the “ varsity” this week.
State Granges at their rec«
Governor Geo. E. Chamberlain will From Chicago, 111...............$33.00
St. Louis.................... 30.00
conventions in unanimously
be in Forest Grove to-morrow evening
lw . N. Sears
Omaha, Neb............... 25.00
resolutions favoring the retn
as one of the judges in the inter-colle
“ Kansas City, M o........25.00
internal revenue tax from
W. M c S a m t r
£ . H a ll
“ St. Paul & Minneapolis
giate debate. The debate is on rate
alcohol made unfit for use a;
except via Lower Missouri
legislation and is to be held between
Miss Clara Hughes and John age, and
Resolved: That the Master
Dempsey were married today in this
“ Sioux City, l a .......... 25.00
retary are hereby instructed io|
lege. Pacific University will uphold
Denver, Colo.............. 25.00
petition approved by the
Corresponding rates will be made Mrs. F. A. Clark. After a short
Legislative Committee, affix
The Base Line Lumber Company is from other points, and will apply to all honeymoon the couple will settle in of the Grange, and send it
taking advantage of the continued points on Oregon lines,
Portland where the groom is employed of these resolutions and
rainfall of the past few days and the j
A. L. CRAIG,
with the Honeyman Hardware com passed by the National Gran#
subsequent high water and have
General Passenger Agent,
pany. Rev. Belknap performed the representative in congress,
that he may be informed of
started a drive down Gales Creek of
Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city.
Hughes Phone 591
for the immediate enact mem
somewhere between 600,000 and
Base Line Lumber Company
I 'n r c H t O r o v « ,
legislation necessary to accom;
700,000 feet of logs. The force
Considerable work is being done by
purpose of these resolutions;
the Base Line Lumber
which has been at work on the n ew !lheBase
our further desire that he
D . •
Roderick Creek. A logging road has
camp on Gales
Peak is conducting been constructed as far ^ the Boos Cornelius to be Made Terminus of once use his influence to
homestead and will be carried further
0 cni a
- t k , copies # *
Charley Hoge, who with his wife immediately. All the machinery is
The Portland Terminal Railway com- resolutions be sent by the sec
made a short visit to the coast last
last on tbe . ground and operations have pany filed its articles of incorporation tbe local Press- with the reqa
already begun. About 500,000 feet
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' .Patronage.
summer and spent a few weeks with
has been cut and a crew of 12 or 15 today to construct and operate a rail- they e‘ve their editoriaJ *UPP<*
Good Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter men have been at work since early in way from Portland to Cornelius Wash- T H ? * ' !? * ° * * ? v
U5' ™asn educating the public as to
Hoge, and who has been connected the year. The Base Line Lumber ington county, a distance
F a s h io n L iv e r y , Feed an d S a le Stable.
of thirty \ portance.
with the Lincoln Daily Star since his company owns three quarter sections miles. The capital stock is fifty thous-
Wagonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
graduation from the University of of timber on Gales Peak, formeriy^d, and the organizers are
the Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
owned by Andrew Boos, H. B. Ches
Nebraska a short time ago, is expect- more and John M. Wall of Hillsboro, Burkljard. J- Thornbum Ross and C. B.
G. W. Hines,
Forist Grove, Oregon. ing
OREGON AND COLUMBIA PHONES.
to be appointed city editor of that on which there is standing somewhere Atchison.—Oregon Daily Journal.
between eight and ten million feet of
Harvey Baldwin has just returned lumber. The water supply, however,
is very uncertain and the diffiicuiti»*
from Newport where he says things of getting these logs to the mill i t
are in great preparation for the sum- Cornelius will have to be carefully
Ö mer's revels. Many new cottages are considered. The settlers
JL being built on Nve Creek and the tbe water tbis >ear '* lower than it has
The supply of timber
ocean is not only throwing up
F L O U k an d F E E D
in this section nevertheless is sufficient
■ agates galore but the life saving
DR. J. EW ERT B A R T EL, M. D.
crow to provide logs for the Cornelius mill
Forest Grove, Ore.,
Pacific Ave. } J have been picking up ingots of gold for at least six or seven years to come.
on the beach worth from $200 to $600
Judge McBride Has Narrow Escape
a piece. This is no fairy tale either.
Will give a practical demonstration on the
A crow hunt with a brand new rifle
H. C. Atwell of Forest Grove, who
came here to attend the fruit grower’s and shotgun came near costing the
NICE L IN E O F
O R K i l N , N A T L ’R H a n d d e s t i n y
meeting Saturday, stayed here until life of Judge Thomas A. McBride of
the fifth judicial district of Oregon a
Monday afternoon. Mr. Atwell was few days ago, reports the Portland
A. I. Mason's guest while here and Journal. The judge killed his crow,
was taken for a drive over the valley but the rifle exploded and came near
The breech-lock and
by that gentleman. He is very much killing him.
grazing his right
Give the new store a trial
interested in the prosperous condition temple and
Hypnotism Spiritism, Occultism, Hindoo Mapt
Forest Grove Prices
of the fruit growing business here and two-inch board back of him
to the extreme. Sidespliting laughter to ex«* I
• .• .• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
may decide to purchase in the valley.
Judge McBride has a ranch on Deer
An opportunity of a lifetime!
Mr. Atwell is postmaster at Forest I,land- and « he is fond of hunting.
Highest prices paid for
**• E- D U tntÊO O R .
Butter and egg*
m ita , oratom
tural society there.—Hood River
» " J 'T days. ag0 and Purchased
b nV|ERT£ UBERAL HALL
one of the Utest improved
CAPLES CANDY STD*
i rifle and shotgun. He got a good
Palace M arket
F resh and Salt M eats
Lard and Fish
Hancock, Gordon & Elliott
the german psychologist
HUM AN SO U L”
GOODS ! !
T HE MISSING
Also Groceries, Boots and Shoes.