Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911, April 05, 1906, Image 8

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— Gokienrod Flour, buy
it ,
— Easter Novelties
at The Book
— Money to loan on farm security.
W. H . Hollis, Forest Grove.
— The Book Store will order Easter
—Seed Wheat at C. I. Pedersen’*. flowers for you this week only.
Horace Thomas was home Wednes­
— Top prices are paid for Mohair
and sheeps wool by John E. Bailey, at
Chas. Nolan, who has been in the
Evening Telegram and T h e News
One Year, tS.OO; Six Months, $2.50 employ of Johnson & Son for some
time, has thrown up his job at the
The News and Semi-weekly Journal
the livery stable and gone back to the
for $1.75. Sample copies may be had
city, from where he came to Forest
at this office.
Grove. He left last Saturday.
The most skillful cutters
—C. F. Harris is going to leave
The real benefits of the Lewis and
F* “ * GrOV* “ d “ dosin* ° ut
I Clark'Exposition are now just about to ^
a re to
fo u n d
entire stock of Hardware, Stoves, be realised. Long trains loaded with
Paints, etc. at cost.
immigrants are moving out of St. Paul in the metropolitan cities.
Mrs. John Bellingher and Mr. daily to points in Oregon and Wash­
Ritchey were called to Portland last ington.
And the spring influx is
Monday by the dangerous illness of expected to be heavier than any that
This is one o f the m any
the little daughter of their sister, Mrs. I we ^ave yet experienced,
Blanche Moore. The child now seems
Conductor Chas. Cline, for twenty reasons why we can give
out cf danger.
(our years on this West Side run. tells
Coming to Cornelius, April 21.— , tjje Argus reporter that the first 26 better values than the local
The Old Maid’s Convention, will be mQes out 0f Portland gives more pas-
played at the Alpha Hall. You are sengers [or the Southern Pacific than tailor can—at a little more
all invited and the band is engaged. ^
distance to any like point.
than half his price.
We are going to have some fun. Ad- ieading out of Portland.— Hillsboro
mission 15c and 25c.
—Try Goldenrod Flour.
You’ll the Big Store.
like it.
Mrs. Josephine Patton visited Mr.
Barnet Roe of Dewey, was in town
and Mrs. T. H . Adams at Cornelius,
on Monday.
last Thursday.
Mr. Hansen of near Dilley, was in
Miss Maude Dunning of Portland,
town Saturday.
spent a couple of days with Mrs
Chas. Roe went to Portland Tues­
Sloan this week.
day on business.
Montgomery Turner, the enterprising
FOR RENT— G ood 8 room house.
merchant of Banks, transacted business
Inquire at this office.
—Cameras and Camera supplies, in Forest Grove, Tuesday.
at Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
Mrs. John Heisler and Mrs. John
of Gales Creek spent Monday in
— Money to loan on farm security.
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
_ _ in I Mabel Graves of Gales Creek, was
Roy Yates of Crawfordville, was
Mrs. P. W. Cronen is making quite
Forest Grove over Saturday, taking the the unfortunate subject of a slight acci-
a visit with her daughter in Portland.
train for Portland again, Sunday.
dent, Tuesday. While playing on the
Mr. Hendricks of Portland, was out
over Sunday, visiting with the Langleys.
Willis C. Hawley will discuss the school grounds, a playmate grabbed
her by the arm and wrenched it in
Mr. Voi man, drug clerk in the Pio­ issues of the campaign at Verts Hall
such a way as to twist it out of place.
neer Drug Store, spent Sunday in on Wednesday evening, April 11.
W. C. T. U. ____________
will meet at ___
the i The State University, located at
— Formaldehyde, to prevent smut Reading Room, Friday, at 3 o’clock Moscow, Idaho, sustained a somewhat
m . S u b le r t
O m in n »
2reater los* by fire last ^ id ay , than
in grain or scab in potatoes, at Dr. n . m
’ '
T f A d . r i ^ M U *.
Hines’ Drug Store.
— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and was burned to the ground, the loss is
Ernest Brown, coroner, from Hills­ Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap- near $300,000 of which about one
boro, was a visitor at Mr. and Mrs.
pllances in office.
Calls answered third was covered by insurance.
Al Sexton’s, Tuesday.
Haven Belknap left Wednesday
afternoon for LaGrande, where he has
taken a position as prescription clerk
in a large drug store,
Albert Misner and Walter Beard of
Banks, plead guilty before Judge T.
easy fe e l is in one of our
A. McBride this week, to a charge ol
selling liquor without a license. A
fine of $200 was imposed upon each
W e’ll show you an assort­
You’ll appreciate what the
ment of 500 styles of wool­
__________ _____
ens to select from.
For Sale
Holstein Bull, 4 years old. Ad­
dress, B. B. G o f f , Hillside, phone 151.
night or day,
Csrd of Thanks.
Mrs. A. V. Brown came over from
this raeans of
the homestead on the Wilson River
For Sa'e
road this week for an extended visit in and Harness, weighing 2500 lbs. Also thanking the many friends who lent I
Horse, harness and buggy, also
Forest Grove. This is the first time two good Wagons. Inquire at Milk | their support to the Corps in the
since last September that Mrs. Brown Condenser at noon.
I recent contest, which enabled them to SuiTey and harness
S e c r e t a r y .
has left the toll-gate.
M. I CONWELL. I gain 2nd place.
Made to your m easure—
Exclusive Local Représentatif^
Ed. V . P rice &c Com^
M e rch a n t Tailor g,
taken by us.
J O H N A N D E R S O N , T h e Ta ilo r
W ill Sell at> Public Auction,
To the Highest* Bidder for Cash, their New and Up-to-date Stock of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Hats
Caps, on account, of Retiring from Business. Sale to commence Thursday, April 12, at» 10 p. m.
Forest, Grove, Oregon
— Every article at cost, and it must
— Watch The Book Store windows all go this month. Be on hand if you
want to get bargains in Hardware, Cut­
and walk in.
lery, Stoves, etc. at C. F. Harris’ oppo­
—Show cases and counters for sale site Dr. Large’s office.
This month will end tne great sale of
The Chorus returned Sunday even­
hardware at cost. Come early and get
ing from a short tour of the Columbia
bargains at C. F. Harris’, Forest Grove. and report considerable success at all
— You feel the life giving current the famous Dixie Jubilee Singers, and it
minute you take it. A gentle soothing goes without saying that it will be
warmth, fills the nerves and blood with 1 worth the money.
liie. It’s a real pleasure to take
a t h l e t ic C o m m it e e .
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
Glee Club Concert
cents. Tea or Tablets.— Dr. Hines’
The Oregonian has the following to
Drug Store.
say of the Ladies Glee Club of Pacific
The regular meeting of Gale Grange
— When in Forest Grove, go to the places where they stopped. They ap­ will be held in Grange Hall next j University, which sang at the First
peared in Hood River and The Dalles
City Restaurant for your meals. First before good audiences and were re­ Saturday. The special features of the Congregational Church in that city on
Ave. North between First National ceived in Portland with a great deal of program beginning at 1:30 p. m., will Thursday, March 29.
“ The concert given by the Ladies
Bank and Chicago Clothing Store. If enthusiasm.
be a talk on “ Gardening, How and
Glee Club of Pacific University at the
not pleased with your meals, no
Emory C. Dye, a former student of When to Do it,” by Dr. Bishop. This
Pacific University and prominent will be followed by a debate on the First Congregational Church last night
was a great success from every stand­
among the Endeavorers of the state,
The Spring term opened at the col­ has recently been appointed associate question “ Resolved, that equal suffrage point, and a substantial sum was
lege, last Tuesday, with a normal at­ editor on the staff of the Oregon En- would be beneficial to the state of realized from the silver collection
tendance. Usually, this term marks a deavorer. a new sheet, devoted to the Oregon.” Affirmative, Hon. E. W. which was made for the Herrick Hall
falling off in attendance, when com­ cause and the interests of the State Haines, Mrs. A. T. Buxton; negative, rebuilding fund.
The glee club,
Christian Endeavor Association and
pared with other terms, on account of published by the order of this organ­ Prof. H. L. Bates. Mrs. A. B. Todd. which is composed of 20 of the best
many having to take up work for the ization at its recent convention held at
singers of the Pacific Conservatory, was
A Free Lecture
ably assisted by the Alpha Zeta male
The Rev. Homer M. Street will
quartet and by Mrs. Pauline Miller
deliver his famous lecture on "Prohi­
Chapman, soloist.
bition Folly’’ at Forest Grove on Tues­
m. W.
The programme was above the aver­
day, evening, April 10th, at the Opera
age and decidedly out of toe ordinary
House. This lecture is not directed
glee club grove. A cantata entitled
against precinct local option but
“ The Lady of Shalott,” by the chorus
against all prohibition enactments
and soloists, was beautifully rendered
where the people of one precinct are
and the club showed the careful train­
allowed to control the affairs of those
ing of Prof.
Frank T. Chapman,
of other precincts.
Shannon, Miss
This lecture will probablpy be de­
Ethel Mose­
livered in every large city from Port­
their fine
Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city.
land, Oregon, to Portland, Maine.
the large
P o rw a t Q ru v t,
You will miss something of unusual
a good
interest if you fail to hear it. Every
one is pleased with this lecture except
the drunkard, the men who run low
ist for the cantata. The second part
dives and the fanatical prohibitionist.
of the programme was made up of a
group of six Netherland folk songs
Entertainment Course
by a mixed chorus and two
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' ratronagc.
Considerable confusion has been
latter being Professor C.
Good Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
caused by the failure of the Great
E. Bradley and H. H. Markel. Fol­
| F a s h io n L iv e ry , Feed and Saie Stable. Western Lyceum Bureau, to meet their lowing this, Mrs. Chapman gave two
dates as per contract with the Athletic
delightful numbers, which were enthu­
Wagonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
Committee of the College, under
siastically encored. Mrs. Chapman’s
the Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
whose auspices the College Entertain­
voice seemed peculiarly adapted to the
Finsi Grow. Onfia. ment Course was arranged.
acoustics of the church auditorium,
The Athletic Committee is now
and she was in unusually fine voice.
ready to announce, however, that the
Nuraben by the Alpha Zeta Quartet,
next number in the course will be
the Ladies’ Quartet, the Choral Union
given on Saturday evening. April 21st,
and a solo by Mr. Markel finished the
min or shine. This is to be a lecture
fine programme.”
by Lou J. Beauchamp, who is ooe of
the best men on the platform.
Death of Mr«. Ruth Scott
F L O U R and P E E D
The last entertainment in the
Mrs. Ruth Scott, step-mother of
Course will follow this very closely,
Pacific Ave.
Harvey Scott and an early resident of
coming on Wednesday evening, Apr. Forest Grove, who died at the home of
25. This is to be a concert by the her daughter. Mrs. D. C. Latourette,
P a la ce M a rk e t
F r e s h and Salt M e a ts
— L a r d and F is h —
Hancock, Gordon & Elliott
at Oregon City, Thursday, March 29, in low heads because of the
1906, was buried in Forest Grove last cost in spraying. The treetops
Siturday. She was a pioneer, both of thinned in winter.
Oregon and Washington. She was
Spraying is carefully done, ati
the widow of John Tucker Scott, who insure a good crop many apple
died in Forest Grove in 1880. The picked off the tree so as to allot
family lived in Washington Territory, others to thoroughly mature,
near Olympia, during the time of the the apples are picked, the
Indian War of 1855 and experienced wipes them and the union
some hair breadth escapes during that packing crew of four packers sal
war. Several times they were forced inspector to pack the fruit,
to flee before the savages, intent upon wagons are used to haul the i
massacre. It was at the close of this No grower packs his own fruit;
war that the Scotts moved to Forest because he cannot do it as cho
Grove, where they lived until the death the union, and second, beaux
of Mr. Scott. Mrs. Scott with her son stamp of the union adds sevei
the late Chas. W. Scott, removed to cents to the price of the applet,
Portland, where she had since resided union buys boxes, paper,
almost continuously. She was a mem­ material and other supplies in:
ber of the First Christian Church of so gets reduced prices. Box«
Portland, always a conscientious, faith­ furnished the union at eight and
ful Christian and highly regarded by half cents, while individual
all with whom she came in contact.
would have to pay eleven cens
She leaves of her immediate family, them. It is because of this
two sons by her first marriage, Jacob care that the Hood River apples
G. Stevenson, of Klamath Falls, and become so famous. The care id
Robert Stevenson, of Gales Creek, operation which characterizes the!
and a daughter, Mrs. Ellen Scott River organizations should be an
Latourette, of Oregon City,
Her lesson to other growers in
surviving brothers and sisters are J. P: sections.— Fruit and Produce New
Echler and Mrs. M. C. George, of
Portland; Mrs. C. F. George, of
Colonist Rates
Seattle; and Mrs. Isaac Clapp, of
Cherryville, Kansas.
Her stepson
Commencing February 15th
and daughters are: H. W. Scott, Mrs. continuing daily to and includioi
M. F. Cooke, Mrs. A. S. Duniway, 7th, 1906, and from Septembe
Mrs. C. A. Cobum and Mrs. H. L. until October 31st, 1906, "
Palmer, all of Portland.
tickets will be sold from the 1
The great concourse of friends and points on Oregon Lines via
relatives whicfc attended the funeral by the Southern Pacific Compaq
services of Mrs. Scott, which were
Following are the rates from
held at the residence of Judge and of the principal points:
Mrs. M. C. George, at Portland, From Chicago, 111................... *
attested to the great worth and rever-
St. Louis........................
ence felt for this woman throughout
Omaha, N eb...................
the Northwest.
Dr. J. F. Ghormley
Kansas City, M o...........
and Rev E. S. Muckley of the
St. Paul & Minneapolis
Christian Church,
conducted the
except via Lower Mi**ar’
services in Portland.
The family
gatew ays........................
bunal grounds are located here and
“ Sioux City, l a ...............
the interment was made here with a I
Denver, Colo. . .. —
«rnpie service after which the funeral
Corresponding rates will be
party left for Pottland.
from other points, and will »ppl-
points on Oregon lines.
Why Hood River i* Famous
A. L. CRAi
H ood R iver , O r e ., march 14 . -
Hood River is an object lesson in
General Passenger A
cooperative, intensive farming. The
individual holders are small, averaging
about twenty acres, for it is believed
that this acreage is the size of a farm
that can be thoroughly worked. Divi­
Latest Styles and Best
sion fences are done away with, saving
Goods for the money
expense, and acting as a hindrance to
cultivation. The trees are trimmed in
the hollow vase fashion to let in the i
H ats made to order
wnshine. which gives the deep red
«>lor to the Spitzenbergs.
Powers do not crowd their trees.
Each tree top starts about two feet
from the ground. The farmers believe HOFFMAN BLDG,. MAIN ST. FOREST