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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1906)
Mrs. Professor Coghill gave a de
lightful reception to Miss Hattie Yoder,
Monday afternoon. Delicious refresh
ments were served.
Miss Eva Phillips, who has been at
tending school in Oregon City is visit
ing relatives and friends here, before
going on to her home in Tillamook.
BIG SACRIFICE SALE
THE CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. OF FOREST GROVE
Selling* goods considerably below F actory Costs.
you don’t believe it come in and let us “Show You.”
The Stock consists of, viz:
Men’s and Boys’ Clothing, Men’s and Boys’ H ats and Caps, Men’s and Boys’ Shoes, Men’s and
Boys’ Underwear, Men’s and Boys’ Dress and W ork Shirts, Men’s and Boys’ Sweaters, Neckties,
Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Notions, etc., in fact, everything to be
had in any Regular First Class Clothing Store. Take advantage of this SA L E and thereby save
considerable of that much prized article, The Big American Dollar. Would be pleased to have
you call on me, whether you purchase or not. Yours truly,
i S > I ' V ' lTI I
/. O. O. F. B L D G .
Mr. Tom Taylor, Mrs. Elton, Mrs.
Stanton and children came out from
Portland, Tuesday, in a steam auto to
attend the graduating exercises at the
Gene White a former student at the
college and Miss Florence White,
Norman’s sistei, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, during
There was a meeting of the Fourth
of July committee Monday evening
and the celebration of the Fourth was
called off so far as Hillsboro is
Mrs. Frank Sumner, daughter of
Rev. Bondurant formerly of this place,
Our citizens are promised a most
and her friend Miss Edyth Slocum, delightful and refreshing evening’s
both of Portland, are spending the entertainment at Vert’s Hall on Friday
week with the Staehr Sisters.
evening, June 22, in Miller’s Electric
What’s the good of keeping from him Wonderland and Moving Pictures of
Any good things you may see,
j tjje destruction by fire and earthquake
That will lift his load of labor
0f gan Francisco. The performance
Like Rocky Mountain Tea.
is said to be the best as well as instruc
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
tive and entertaining.
Henery Cheney, who spent most of prices the performance should be well
his boyhood days in the Grove, is now patronized.
an officer in the hospital corps of the
U. S. army at Fort Beard, New
Milch cows. Scott
Mexico. Henery has a good job and
and Roy Bremraer, Cove Orchard. 2t
is in line for promotion.
1st Avenue North
We are still in the business and slashing prices
DON’T FORGET TO GO To
ANDERSON’S FO R THAT J
OF JULY SUIT.
F o r e s t G r o v e , O re g o n
¿ g s s s s x s x s e a ic s JK X g s
d il l e y
Chas. Odell and wife
Mrs. Storey of Gaston was a v,si
in town one day this week.
Mrs. Kuhns and daughter, are I
ing friends in Amity this week.
Miss Jessie Irvine of Albany, visited
Mrs. J. T. Hay of Tacoma, is visit
Mr. Rambo is building a new f
last week with her cousin, Miss Nona ing at the home of her parents, Mr.
around the school grounds, this:
and Mrs. J. T. Fletcher.
Quite a number from this (J
Mrs. A. J. Anderson and Miss Susie
Miss E. Belle Crouse of Salem has
the A. C. camp meeüjl
—Goldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
Gheen, Hillsboro, visited Saturday with been the guest of Miss Chandler dur
— Try Goldenrod Flour.
You’ll Mrs. Berdan.
ing commencement week.
George Briggs and wife hav,-
Miss Mary Heidel of Hillsboro,
1 »füll » J
— Boxes of paper and envelopes at
to Washington to visit friends
Jake Buxton was a Portland visitor, cost, Friday and Saturday, at Dr. attended the recital given by Miss
, be gone some time.
Waggener, Thursday evening.
— Don’t be fooled and made to be
Subscribe for The News. $1 year.
Hines’ Drug Store.
Measles have again broken oat I
—One-third off on whips at Bow
John Williams is remodeling and
Misses Cora and Louise Johnson of
Herbert Hubbert’s littleboyl
man’s, Pacific Avenue.
enlarging the “ Corner Store,” so as to
Beaverton, attended the Academy
with them at the pre
give more room for new stock.
Hon. B. F. Purdy was doing busi exercises, Tuesday.
ness in town on Saturday.
—Sirloin and round steak 7 cents,
Ed Luce, traveling man for the
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
Tuesday of each week where possible;
boil 5c, roast 6c, mutton 5 to 8c at
Prideaux was in Portland, Saturday—
Oregon Grape Condenser, has been at
to sign their names to same— not
S t r a y e d -F ro m the
Levy’s market Saturday, June 23.
getting his graduating shoes.
home for the last few days.
May Alexander and \
Mrs. Gertrude Marsh-Hall, ’03, of
— Robes and Horse Blankets at cost
C. C. Caples and wife are out from Clatskanie, is visiting at the home of
at Bowman’s, Pacific Avenue.
the metropolis for a vacation. They her parents, Prof, and Mrs. Marsh.
Miss Laura Brock, ex-’09, of Stella,
of Mr. and 1
are at the Shannon house.
WANTED— A maid for general
Wash., is visiting friends at the U.
ing J. N. PECHIN, Dilley, Oregon.
I have 500 apple boxes I will sell
Miss Myrtle Butler was seen driving housework. Good pay and little work.
W. M. Lyda of Gales Creek, had a
through the streets of Cornelius with
M r s . E. E. W il l ia m s .
— When the baby talks, it is time for 8 cents a box, and 600 grape boxes
severe attack of paralysis yesterday.
Senator Scholfield.of Astoria.
S t r a y e d o r S t o l e n — Four goats to give Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea. at 4 j cents a box, if taken right away.
— Money to loan on farm security.
s U>e ereatest baby medicines ever 25 per cent off on all kinds of molding
Chester Fletcher left this morning from my pasture near Condenser. Re-
W. H . Hollis, Forest Grove, Oregon.
to loving mothers. It makes f°r JO days at F. W. EMERSON’S palms. The bride was prettily atth
for Wilson River, where he has a sur ward for recovery. S. L evy , Forest
in a gown of white Egyptian Crt
— Top prices are paid for Mohair
them eat. sleep and grow.
35 cents, Lumber Yard.
veying job for the summer.
trimmed in lace, and carried whn
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Mr. and Mrs. Orlee Renshaw spent Tea or Tablets. Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
Card of Thanks.
F. O. Miller, wife and daughter, of
roses. The bride was accompanied;
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Hiram Naylor was married. Monday,
J. w. Humphreys of East Portland, , We wjsh tQ express Qur thanks tQ her niece, Miss Emma L. Briggs, i
Ïì l i ' Y to Mrs. Hannah Ranes of Gales Creek. McMinnville, visited friends in Forest Sunday with H. H. Clark and family.
, h, t, •
Mrs. Renshaw was formerly Miss Nettie , who was a student at P, U. fifty years tke frjends and neighbors who so was becomingly gowned in blue,
Grove a few days last week.
Miss Arnold of Portland, has been
j ago and who helped Harvey Scott get kindly rendered m ia*nct and conso- groom was accompanied by Mr. 1
J. W. Price leaves Saturday for Par
H l * ' the guest of Miss Fletcher the past
— Dr E. H. Brown, Physician and | out_‘he first Oregonian, was the guest lation in the late sickness and death of B. Holcombe and the wedding i
kersburg, W. Va., to visit his parents
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap- of Stephen A. Blank the first part of our beloved wife and mother. Also was prettilly rendered by the bridei)
Horace Thomas of the Oregonian, who are in very poor health.
pllances in office.
Calls answered, t*le wee'c and attended the exercises for the many beautiful flowers furnished. niece Miss Lizzie M. Briggs.
was out for the student dance last
Mrs. A. J. Perkins of Hillsboro, night or day.
j the college.
The guests numbered seventy-fin
H. H DAVIES and Daughters.
•si . I
Janitor Thomas of the public school
Hon. Harvey W. Scott, Editor-in-
and the gifts were numerous
Horticulturalists Will Meet
Mr. and Mrs. Gramell of Portland, her daughter, Mrs. Berdan.
has been engaged for the summer to Chief of the Oregonian, who was the
beautiful. Mr. and Mrs. Umphlet
were guests at the Michigan House,
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Mc- overhaul the furniture and seats of the first graduate that Pacific University
The horticulturalists of Forest Grove departed for Portland on the eveniql
M l'a ; Saturday.
Namer entertained the Elias Smith different rooms.
j sent from her halls came out Tuesday will meet with the people of Reedville train and will be at home tc teal
Miss Lila V. Swafford ’05, of Willa- ^or the exercises. Mr. Scott is a loyal next Saturday at 1 p. m., for the pur many friends at Amity, Oregon, afts|
L. M. Beebee, editor and owner of golden wedding party at dinner.
i. b **-:,! the Springfield News, was in the city,
University, attended gradu- son and always does his Alma Mater pose of assisting to organize a horticul July 10th.
Gordon Brown left Wednesday noon mctte
tural society at that place.
She is the guest of h°nor by his presence.
for Fulda, Wash., where he will work ating exercises.
Several speakers from abroad have
V f f l ii i
p r t I Lambert h
a s <*nlH
On Monday last, Miss Agnes Cheney
sold h his
time in the histcayof|
Thos. H . Rogers, the old reliable, was united in marriage to Mr. Lewis
1 Vancouver, and Is thinking of locating
Hoy Patti, Gordon Baker and Mr.
we have a
Hill, all of McMinnville, came down will be on duty at the Pioneer Drug Kewey of Portland. The ceremony
person of Mrs. I
Store again soon in the employ of was performed at the home of the bride i i
The First National Bank shows an yesterday for the Commencement hop.
50 Little Girls Wanted
| George Hancock. Mrs. Hancock«I
Chas. F. Miller.
j and Rev. Barber tied the hapny knot.
• M M ' increase in resources of $25,628.57
Miss Fern Stout of McMinnville,
chosen for this position at the annual I
for the Car of States in the pro
Mrs. L. Blackmear, who has been I The newly wedded couple will reside
¿ .1 jj,
: as compared with last statement pub- who graduated from P. U. in 1903,
election held last Monday after-1
HAftjU. lished April 6th, 1906.
visited friends during commencement. visiting friends here since last Fall, ■ >n Portland, where Mr. Kewey has a
Mr. W. S. Hudson was elected |
left the early part of the week for her
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to succeed himself as school clerk.
home in Virginia.
- D r . Morrow’s Anti-Lean makes
A good sized crowd of citizens « I
quested to meet at the free read
W. M c N a m e r
E . H a ll
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Sigler of Hills- lean people fat by producing a natural
present and the women evidently had
ing room, next to the postoffice,
boro, attended the wedding anniversary and normal sleep; by regulating the
planned previously for their triumph,
Saturday afternoon, June 23. at
of Mr. and Mrs. Elias Smith, and heart’s action; by assimilation of food
they were in preponderance, and
(Pacific A v e n u e '
remained over Sunday.
taken into the system and by regulat-
when acting chairman, I. K. Weitzel.
everyone taking part. Come and
Harry Davis is going to lead the inK l*>e bowels. Every bottle guaran-
see about it.
called for nominations the candidate
simple life this summer— work on the teed or money refunded.
launched was Mrs. Geo. Hancock.
Miss M inn ie M yers
Peter’s ranch and incidently keep up Hines’ Drug Store,
M rs . E. e . W illiams
Other candidates were: Thurstci
his ad work in Portland.
The Christian church Sunday School
M rs . L. j . C orl
Buxton and J. E. Loomis. First balk* |
Miss Sophia Logan of this city and will give their Children’s Day enter-
brought no election, but on the second
Harry Best, brakeman on the local pas- tainment next Sunday evening, June
Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city.
the women launched their votes and
Hughes Phone 591
are to be married the 25th of 24th at 8 p, m. The program will con-
P o ru a t d ro v e ,
O re g o n
Mrs. Hancock received the honor i
this month in Portland.
sist of recitations and songs, a special
being the first public school direct* |
Prof. Victor E. Albright leaves to- feature of
evening being a song by
The Southern Pacific wishes to call in Forest Grove’s history.
morrow for his home in Virginia. He four ,adies from India, closing with a the attention of its patrons to the fact
There was no opposition to Mr.
will attend school at Columbia Univer- Rainbo* drill and Tableau.
that there is a limit to the time that Hudson. H e has served the district
faithfully and well for the last seven *
*itv, New York next year.
Professor J. R. Robertson left on the cln be consumed in loading and un-
eight years and the voters are glad ®
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Adams of Van- noon train ,OT Portland. Professor C. loadin* cars that are standing on the entrust him with the clerkship.
S p e c ia l Attention to Commercial Travelers' Patronage.
couver. Wash., attended part of the E- Bradlev will join him there this side' tracks. The rules issued to the
The annual school report *as read
G o o d Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
Comuiencement exercises at P. U.. evening and together they take the aRents expressly declare that 48 hours showing that the average daily atte»®^
8:30 train for Berkeley, Cal.
Mr. free tirae *>11 be given and no more. ance has been 273 and the to»
F a s h io n L iv e r y , F e e d a n d S a le S ta b le . their z!ma mater, this week.
the ru,e re»ds as follows:
“ On all number of books on hand 350. >
Mrs. Robt. Taylor, who has been
receipts were $8584.47 and W"
Wagonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
Bancroft Library and Mr. Bradley will commodities for loading or unloading
sick in the Portland hospitals for a
expenses $5255,87 leaving a b,tac:
the Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
study with Dr. Hilgard, during the
boars ^ee time will be allowed” of $3328,87 on hand.
Ftrut 6row, Oregon.
OREGON AND COLUMBIA PHONES.
111(1 a11 shippers should note that if
Mr. Weitzel and A G. Hoffman ho
Wednesday morning, greatly improved. *uram et-
The exercises of the Associate th’S
18 viola,ed< charges will be over as directors.
Edgar Meresse, or ‘ ‘Judge,” as we
Alumni held Tuesday night had their “ T J “ *ccordin8 >° the following:
know him. was home over Sunday, but
characteristic strong features C. E. . Aft' r tbe iree dm* allowed under
his répertoriai duties on the Salem
Bradley presided and called on Freder- I . '? . rules has «pired a charge of
Journal, compelled his return on
More New Hats and Flowers •in
E. Vrooraan 03. for a vocal solo k °
dly’ or A ction thereof, for
be in about the 12th. Call a»*
Mis. Hattie Yod« *fe fim five
“ d *2.00 per day
The Misses Mildred and Margaret then read a poem by Liberta Brown, '99. thereaiter shall be made and collected
The Prices will surprise y*n-
Garrison returned Tuesday evening T. H. Adams of the clan of ’94, g*ve ° n i;‘ c tn e*cept tank cars, upon
Hats Made to Order
P a cific A ve.
F o re st drove. Ore.,
with their sister. Mrs. "Drifting.” and the program ended
Fresh and Salt Meats
— Lard anil Fish
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