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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1906)
Mr. Groner of Scholls, brought his
entries over for the Rose Show, Satur
day, in his automoble and succeeded
in carrying away his share of ribbons.
M EN’S SU IT S
Miss Josephine Baber attended the
‘ Big Four Meet” in Salem, which
Choice Patterns ir dress and business wear; sturdy stuffs
took place last Saturday between 0 . A.
for rough wear or workshop; smart styles for Summer
C., Oregon, Willamette and Pacific
Almost Any Color Effect.
John Allen of near Gaston, who was
laid up by having an arm broken a
week or two ago and who was fixed up
again by Dr. Via, is coning out of it
in good shape.
A line to delight the eye of the careful dresser, and an
Miss Anna Staehr was in Portland
assortment that is sure to include the tie you should wear
this week and while there called upon
Mrs. R. A. Taylor, who is in a hospital
in that city. She reports Mrs. R. A.
Suits $H and up, at
Taylor as looking quite well.
A. Wood Johnson is only waiting for
good weather, to open up his new ice
cream parlors. He has already in- (
T he Stock consists of, viz:
stalled a soda fountain and the annex A k k s x s k x s k j i c s x x x s k :-
Men’s and Boys’ Clothing, Men’s and Boys’ Hats and Caps, Men’s and Boys’ Shoes, Men’s and is nearly ready for business.
Boys’ Underwear, Men’s and Boys’ Dress and Work Shirts, Men’s and Boys’ Sweaters, Neckties,
Mr. and Mrs. Eisenhart, who live
— Don’t be fooled and made to be- Modern Woodmen Given
Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Notions, etc., in fact, everything to be
south of Cornelius, celebrated their lieve that rheumatism can be cured
had in any Regular First Class Clothing Store. Take advantage of this SALK and thereby save
At the close of the regular mw
considerable of that much prized article, The B ig American Dollar. Would be pleased to have silver wedding last Sunday. Many with local appliances. Hollister’s Rocky last Friday evening of the Me
friends and relatives were present and Mountain Tea is the only positive cure Woodmen of America, the ladies
you call on me, whether you purchase or not. Yours truly,
> [, S M Y ' l l I
a general good time was indulged in for rheumatism. 35 cts, Tea or Tablets. nected with the lodge and who
contemplating an organization, m
O. O. F. BLDG,
Forest Grove Oregon
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
supper to the lodge members, p
The Baldwin Exchange reports the
Mr. Gillis, who not long ago bought object was to count the strength
of the Day property back of Prof.
Subscribe for The News. $1 year.
Mrs. Freund and daughter Josephine,
the E. A. Jerome place east of town ladies auxiliary to the Modem W
men and see just what could be
to Frank W.
The freight rate as given out a few and Mrs. McNamee, all of Dilley, Marsh’s residenct,
on the Cornelius drive, is improving
weeks ago, was an error on the part of were in town Saturday and attended Emerson, who in turn traded it for a the place considerably. H e will in towards organizing the Royal ft-
the Rose Show.
Over ninety members
the R. R. officials.
part of the Ward block, where the car
stall a silo and windmill and equip it present and took part either in the
Roy Bently was out Saturday even barns are located.
—Goldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
I. K. Weitzel intends to leave for
generally for dairying purposes. He gram or the supper or both.
ing from the city of roses, where the
Miss Edith McLoughlin, Miss Kra has increased the acreage and will put
State Head Consul, H. G. King,
Everet Hall visited the city Monday.
Willamette softly and silently flows on
has extensive mining interests.
mer and Mr. L. W. Buckner came out on stock as the capability of the soil present and presented a very good
—Sub-limed Sulphur at Pedersen’s.
ward to the ocean.
— Miss Penfield is in Portland today
from the city last Saturday evening increases and will al'.o.v for. These He commented upon the work,
—Try Goldenrod Flour.
You’ll arranging for flower-baskets, cut flowers
efforts and the endeavors of the M
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Doane of the with Miss Mabel Wirtz and spent Sun
are the kind of farms that the future of em Woodmen organizations.
and other Commencement gifts.
flowers Saturday and otherwise putting day with her at the home of Mr. and Washington County and especially the Mary Corl, Miss Helen Wilhelm
— Go to Johnson & Johnson’s for
R. Caukins ot the Albers Bros, ware in their time in the city.
Mrs. J. H. Wirtz.
and Miss Gertie Nichols recited
vicinity of Forest Grove will demand.
Ice cream, Soda water, etc.
house in South Forest Grove, was in
Misses Maude and Hazel Stock
The placing of machinery in the car
—I have just returned from South favored the guests with a duet _
Dr. Eaton leaves tomorrow to be Porland on business last Saturday.
barns has just about been finished and following officers last Wednesday even ern Alberta where I have a choice panied by a mandolin and guitar,
W. Bump returned last Monday from
gone about ten days,
the time when the cars will be running ing: Miss Kate Jackson, N. G.; Mrs. section of land located in the center of together the evening passed oB
—Special at Johnson & Johnson’s, a trip to his farm in Benton County. is drawing nearer each day.
Nellie Campbell, V. G.; Mrs. Jose
He reports everything looking fine.
the winter wheat belt. Would sell pleasantly and every Modem W
Pt. Bottle Olive Oil lor 25c.
phine Patton, Sec’y.;
man was led to believe that the
half section and hire the purchaser to
—Don’t forget that a fine watch
would not be a lodge if it were not
Mrs. Ralph Kinton of Banks, was in
her sister at the university, little Miss Wilhelmson, Treas.
needs perfect material and perfect
fence my half and put it uhder culti the ladies.
Kathryn Hartley returned, Monday, to
town last week visiting friends.
Mr. Wilkerson, who has been en vation and crop it. I can also cite a
A. S. VENEN.
her home in Hood River.
Mrs. Arthur Hall is visiting her par
gaged as principal in our public schools few parties to first class homesteads
WANTED—A maid for general
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Johnson went for the next six months, has rented where the entire 160 acres will make
ents in Forest Grove, this week.
on the invitation 1
housework. Good pay and little work. to Portland Monday evening to attend
the Ritchie residence at the comer of good plowland, free from rock or and Mrs. A. L. Sexton, forty
— Money to loan on farm security.
M r s . E. E. W illiams .
the bedside of Mrs. Johnson's father,
brush and well located. Will soon be relatives and friends of the piotr
A Street and 3rd Avenue South and is
W. H . Hollis, Forest Grove, Oregon.
A. B. THOMAS.
Word comes that Mrs. J. M. Garri Mr. Bowles, who is very low.
Alvin C. Brown, met at his reside-
moving in this week.
— Top prices are paid for Mohair son, after a short delay, arrived safely
honor of the 77th anniversary of
A. B. Caples has moved into the
John Cummins of Gaston, who was
birth; a bountiful repast was served
and sheeps wool by John E. Bailey. at Akron, Ohio, last Saturday evening
house vacated by Mr. Foster at the
compelled to have part of his foot
I have opened an office here and so noon.
C. O. Roe was in Portland this week
LOST— About one week ago, Pocket west end of 3rd Avenue South. Mr.
At the first table were seated 1
licit the patronage of all who have Real
attending the Scottish Rite Masons. Book either in Forest Grove or on the Foster has moved to Cornelius for the
old friends whose combined
received about two weeks ago is
The cold storage warehouse at the road to Gaston. Please return to this summer.
guarnteed. Call on the Up-to-date Real were 1193 years, or an avenge
reported as coming through nicely. Estate man.
Condenser is now ready for operations office.
J. H. HARTLEY. sixty-five years, the oldest in age be
Last Saturday while practicing base Dr. Via performed the operation.
the youngest in residence within f
Clifford Brown has resumed his old
Alex Todd is moving one of h ball, Millard Morley was hit in the eye
To Our Correspondents
position with Goff Bros, as hardware barns on the farm and generally in with the ball and had his glasses bro
Mr. Brown, a youth of 17 y:
ken. It was a narrow escape for the
Mrs. N. J. Walker, then Eunr
proving the looks of the place th
eyes. As it is, one of them is draped It’s the greatest baby medicines ever send us their copy so it will reach us
Davis, a girl 7 years old and Mis.
Jim Fairchilds of Cornelius, com week.
known to loving mothers. It makes
menced work at the Crescent Mills last
also to sign their names to same— not O. Brown, then Asenthe Cary a 1
Mrs. Jake Buxton and Miss Jessie
Mr. Houser sustained a bad injury them eat, sleep and grow.
for publication but that we may know five years—sixty-five years ago <
Miss Nona Miller arrived home this
to whom we are under obligations for the plains together and are pioneers
’46. Seated at the table with!
morning from a visit with friends and charge of the McNamer camp for the While cutting wood he struck his
C. J. Clarke has bought the famous same.
Mrs. Emma Ross Slaven 1
relatives at Albany.
John A. Slavin and LeviC. Walker'
it from his hand. Dr. Via was called dairy farm of Bill Wilson at Gales City.
Mr. Briggs of Dilley, was in town
The Forest Grove branch of the and took several stitches in the dam It will be remembered that this dairy
Newton J. Walker, Stephen B
The Southern Pacific wishes to ct
Tuesday and reports that it rains occa Pcific Coast Condensed Milk Co. ship aged member.
Mrs. Parthenia E. Blank, Mrs.
ranch has brought out the greatest re
the attention of its patrons to the fa Putman Walker ’52, Mrs. Sarah
ped a car of cream to Habana, Cuba,
sionally in Dilley.
Prof. Coghill has an interesting sults of any connected with the Pacific that there is a limit to the time
N. Dixon and Mrs. Anna Dixon
The Christian Church will give their
article in the June number of the Coast Condensed Milk Co. in this can be consumed in loading and
Jos. W. Marsh ’67, W. K. O
— Dr. E. H. Browr, Physician and
Children’s Day entertainment, June
loading cars that are standing on
Recreation on Archery in which he vicinity.
’71, Reuben S n y d er’81, Mrs. (
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap
24th, at 8 p. m.
side-tracks. The rules issued to
M. Curtis ’84, Mrs. Abbie E. Sa
gives his scientific opinion on the
Miss Maude Buxton leaves next agents expressly declare that 48 hours ’87 and Mrs. A. P. Haskell ’95.
W. H . H . Myers did not go to
benefits of this noble sport.
Wednesday to begin training as a free time will be given and no more,
Many interesting incidents of piow
Hillsboro last week— nor did he ‘‘pass night or day.
What’s the good of keeping from him nurse in one of the Portland hospitals ^he rule reads as follows: “ On all days were recalled.
through en route.”
— Wholesale prices in meats. Round
with Miss Bessie Stuart. Miss G addys “ "i1130«1*1'65 for loading or unloading
Any good things you may see,
Mr. Brown was the recipient of 0
Tony Rink of Buxton, and Cheney or loin steak 7c per lb. Boiling beef
Spaulding will take her place at S. C. Z
m “ be allowed” tokens of remembrance of the
Benefield, of Manning were seen on 4c and 5c at Levy’s Market. Naylors That will lift his load of labor
. , * j
and all sappers should note that if this among which was a check for seven"
Like Rocky Mountain Tea.
the streets in town, Monday.
Comer, Saturday, June 16.
Hughes m the Independent Telephone rule is violated, charges will be as-
seven dollars from his oldest son,
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
| sessed according to the following:
Elmer Brown of Tacoma, and 1
. . ,
“ After the free time allowed under bouquet containing seventy-seven dir-
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Mires of Ellens-
L. S. Foster and familv
*ed badc these rules has expired a charge of
W. M e S s m r r
e. H »n
burg. Wash., Mrs. L. H. Gilbert of
on their ranch at Cornelius, Saturday. 81.00 per day, or fraction thereof, for tinct varieties of roses, from M b . -
Harrison, Idaho, and Mrs. C. C.
Mr. Foster is in poor health since his the first five days and 82.00 per day C. Walker.
Elliott of Lind, Wash., arrived ini
Forest Grove, Wednesday evening to return from the East, but thinks the thereafter shall be made and collected
(Pacific A venue'
be at the bedside of their mother, farm will do him good. The daughter on all cars except tank cars, upon
Summer Season of 190S
Mrs. H. H . Davies, who is very ill.
Miss Laura Foster has been engaged which the charge shall be 82.00.”
reduced round trip excursion rates w
be in effect from the East to all
Work on the new Herrick Hall was to teach in the Forest Grove public
Pacific Coast Points, such as Portia*,
begun this week. Several men were school again next winter.
A “ farewell party” was given in Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, Vancoore.
put to work clearing away the debris
honor of Miss Florence Hanna by Miss etc.; also to Spokane and San Franciscr.
although the plans for the new building
COUNTY COURT NEWS
Anna Johnson last Friday evening at Los Angeles and San Diego.
have not been definitely settled upon,
C. N. Johnson’s city residence on First
Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city.
Rates from Chicago via direct lines
Hughes Phone 591
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
nor has any material arrived.
Street. All kinds of games and all to the North Pacific Coast and Calif*
kinds of things to eat made the time nia will be 875 and from Miss®5
The students last Tuesday organized Robert Day et al to Pheobe
Ward part of blk 5 Forest
pass off quickly and everybody had a River points, namely: Council Bit®
what will be known as ti e "Pacific
Grove.........................................$ 850 glorious good time. Those present
University Push Club for a Greater
Omaha, Atchison, St. Joseph, Kan*
Student Body.” Every student was Lewis J. Francis to Chas Geiber-
were: Miss Edna Hamilton, Mrs. City, also St. Paul and Minneapoi
ger 40 acres in sec 25 t 2 s
asked to sign a card pledging himself
Latta, Miss Anna Jackson and Misses rates will be 860. Rates to Spcn*
1 w ......................................... 3500 Anna and Bertie Johnson and Carl
to do his best to bring one student
will be 85 less than to the Coas. *
A C Archbold et ux to Fred
back with him next year.
rMUSu°n’ vvRoy McPherson, Archie 870 from Chicago and 855 from
Schomberg lot 7 blk 5 Oak
Clarke, Ray Williams and Edward Missouri River and St. Paul.
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' Patronage.
Grove add to Hillsboro . . . .
Ur“ e- J M'ss Hanna left for her home
Notice for Publication.
Rates one way via the Shasta Ro
David Smith et ux to M L Ber
Good Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
in Hood River Monday and has been and California will be 813.50 W*
j P n itn l S t a i n L and Office. Po rtlan d . O regon,
dan part of blk 7 Walker’s add
visiting with Miss Anna Johnson for than those above mentioned.
Fashion Livery Feed and Sale Stable. j N otice la h e r e * , g lee n th at In co m June
to Forest Grove........................ 435 the last two or three weeks.
p lian ce trlth th e
These tickets will be on
to Wm G
p io v tsto M o f th e act of C onprm a o f Ju n e 3, 1*78, Peter A Peterson
Wagonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
commencing June 1st and contffl0’
e n title d ‘ An a c t fo r th e ta le of tim ber lan d i ta th e
Gosslin et al w J of s e J sec
Miss Maud Shannon, last Sunday
S tates o f C allfo ettla. O regon N evada, and W aahlngton
the Wilton River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
until September 15, with final «! !1
33 t 3 n r 2 w 80 acres......... 100 evenmg gave
T e rri t o r , . ” as r i t coded to all th e Public L and States by
of October 31st.
OREGON AND COLUMBIA PHONES.
of Mrs. Pauline Miller Chapman who
A. L. CRAIG.
. lan d , c o u n ty o f M ultnom ah. Starr of O reg o n , h as th is
100 acres in the Christian
is going abroad immediately after
G eneral Passenger A g « ^
■ day filed in th is office hie «worn sta te m e n t No. 6060.
Bridge farm d 1 c „ ................ 3700
Ummencement. It was one of the
• fo r th e p u rch a se o f th e Lota 1, I . and J and S W H o f NX
J T Gerris et ux to A M Porter
- H o f Sect loo No. t in Tow nship No. —. R an g e No. —,
42 acres in sec 33 t 1 s 4 w .. 2609 most deughtful affair, of the month. T u r n i m p . . . . M llrnV
end w ill offer p ro o f to show th at th e land so u g h t la m ore
v a lu a to r foe I t, tlm b e . ot n o n e th a n for a g ric u ltu ra l A W Powers to Geo W Stitt lot
« the Conservatory of Music at Pacific
purpoae*. and to estabi.ah hi« claim to said land befo re
77 and lot ” G” Steels add to
Univers» y were present as well as some
More New Hats
th e R e g iste r end R ec e iv e r of th is office at P o rtlan d .
1 othen closely connected with the work.
be in about the 12th.
O reg o n , on W ed n esd ay , th e Sth day of S eptem ber. 100».
H e nam es as w ttnesaes
tu lta a C. Burke o f P o rtlan d . D J Buckley to John H
exQuisite menu was served to
lo m 15 acres in Michael
O regon; Rdward B u rk e of Portland, O regon: O liv e r M.
Wren d i e ..........
M b «
The Prices will surprise y*®
600 Chapman. Miss Wilma Waggener.
Hats Made j o Order
hmf M d »II
MARRIAGE l i c e n s e s
Miss Irene Cadwell. Miss Lillian
rr q rntmwé to ÛW thetr ctataM ta
Frank G Miller and E Helena Wolf.
• * " “ • '»Tor» raid JA f e , o f
MRS. M. L. BERDA>
**»• James T. Shannon, Miss Kath
ALGERNO N S. D R ESSE R . R a n n t
Webster Huntington and Edna Vail.
arine Shannon and Miss Maud Shannon. HOFFMAN BLOG.. MAIN ST. FOREST
THE CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. OF FOREST GROVE
We are still in the business and slashing prices
Selling goods considerably below Factory Costs.
you don’t believe it come in and let us “Show You.”
V JO H N A N D E R S O N ’S , T h e Tailor
Fresh and Salt Meats
— Lard and Fish—
HANCOCK & GORDON
?the rfrictors "«a ««1 in the ^rk THE PARIS M