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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1906)
A little 25
BIG SACRIFICE SALE
cent ad in The News
was the means of
restoring to B. A.
Larsons of Gaston,
in which was
little sum of825.
Mrs. Dr. Lowe of Eugene, wife of
the well known optician, was in
visiting friends during Commencement
and for a few days succeeding C om
Mrs. Via and daughter, Stella, re
turned from the Wilson F iver early
THE CHICAGO CLOTHING CO. OF FOREST GROVE
the mountains and down the perilous
Saturday morning, having com e
DON’T FORGET TO .
V ANDERSON’S FO R THi
OF JULY SUIT.
1st» A ven u e Nortl
roads in the dead of night.
W e are still in the business and slashing prices
What’ s the good of keeping from him
Any good things you may see,
Selling goods considerably below Factory Costs.
you don’t believe it come in and let us “Show You.’’
T h e Stock consists of, viz:
M en’s and B oys’ Clothing, M en’s and B oys’ H ats and Caps, M en’s and B oys’ Shoes, M en’s and
B oys' Underwear, M en’s and B oys’ Dress and W o rk Shirts, M en’s and B oys’ Sweaters, Neckties,
H osiery, Gloves, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, Notions, etc., in fact, everything to be
had in any Regular First Class Clothing Store. T a k e advantage of this S A L E and thereby save
considerable of that much prized article, T h e B ig American Dollar.
W o u ld be pleased to have
you call on me, whether you purchase or not.
>1. S M Y T H
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its last meeting Saturday, June 30
3 p. m.
Prizes for the year will be
Mr. Eminger Stewart of Dayville,
was in the city this week preparing to
la H i I
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to which place they
P a c ific
Brown was down
visiting his parents. H e retur
Forest Grove Tuesday morning.
W. Me X a m e r
E . H a ll
f 'o r u x t d r o v e ,
( T h e * " n.°UDCem
of A. C. Gilbert and
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' ratronage.
Good Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
Fashion Livery , Feed and Sale Stable.
W agonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
the W ilson River Route to Tillam ook at any and all times
Forest 6ro«, Oregon.
R T IS M U S E N
whole- es,ed in th’ * new Proiect should attend
Grove is going to have a sanitarium
Al.'honso Bordiss. who has been in and ever>-one will want to have some-
our city for som etim e and been con thing to do with it. The band will be
nected with the Central Publishing Co. there with the latest in popular music
to help the occasion along.
of St. Loois, M o., that handles the
Forest Grove. Ore.,
R E E D
the old Gleason bridge
a g e.
in the east end of the « » n t y that For-
eSt Grove would have no celebration
on accoun‘ ° f n0‘ being able to secure
‘ he grounds is absolutely without
,oundation and could only have been
started by som eone desiring to injure
»'cu res public knowledge
° f °*rt‘
P",11 « ” settinK
ou‘ fires, and when
prope - • administered should give
every holder of a Permit all reasonable
M* * t“ c e . by Presence and advise of
10 autbori*ed officer,
but the state
cannot annul the U nited States Law
Fr l l > t
Yesterday in H ill
quiet little hom e we|
W esley Boscow and
were united in marrl
friends and immedia
present. Mr. BoscoJ
banquet the evening
friends of the Killsb
c lu b .”
paper that the City
j c e p t e d ’the plans^foi
w hich was to cost not
I, in com pany with a
of this city, would likd
pressing need there is I
the present tim e. Thd
8 5 0 0 0 or more, the
adequate and the qual|
Any summer we may
the same condition th
If the c|
m uch m oney to use
where it will d o the
good and furnish us
and plenty of it. The |
room has been sufficieii
of years and there are tl
ber of m em bers and thd
to m eet more than they
fire apparatus is handy
stables in case a team
surely its efficiency is i
ing two or three feet of |
the hose-cart exposed,
a few years for a new citf
som e of that m oney in
thing like the condel
larger. I think it woulq
factory to the general
know that the health of I
be m uch improved.
Miss Coral Baker,
from the A cadem y, is ha
Several from here ai
m encem ent at P. U . Fa
Miss Eva Phillips
formerly o f H illside, is
Our girls have returned
River and report a p'easa^
Tbe rePort ‘ bat has been circulated
A unique Bolt societ, ™ ,
Agricultural Log Book, left last week
Children’ s Dav exercise!
‘ ° a U e n d -fin e h P*
Sunday evening at 8
chu rch . All invited.
operation on her eye.
The operation only will Washington County be at
was performed at the Mary Tompson Forest Grove on next Wednesday but
At G arke as clerk in their new
sale drug house.
thew eddm K
Mary Thom pson
w edd I
For *be. family or couple, driving the
was made in the Portland Dailies, last Hospital and theJittle patient is doing a** ***** part of tbe state.
w ek. T h e wedding wil occu r soon nicely.
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The following letter was received at
— 1>. Eaton, the e e specialist and
Am ong the people Portland-bound, this office and as it may be of interest
osteopath, will be in his office in the
on last Saturday’ s noon train were: t0 parties having slashings to burn, we
Hoffman Building, next door to News
Misses Edna Jensen, Grova Baldwin, [ ! produce ’ * in ‘ be columns of The
office, until July 6th.
SAINT JOHNS, ORE. JUNE22 190fi
Eldownev. Mrs. IdaClapshaw, Mr. and
A num ber of boys have taken posi
Mrs. A. B. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.
°e a r sir:— I think you wiil favor
tions with a surveying crew over on the
E. B. Sappington, Mr. Chas. Walker. S0IIle of your readers by cautioning
Frank and Chester
Mr. Thomas was enroute for Alberta.
who ™ay not » ’ready know, that
Fletcher went over the latter part of
Canada, on a short business trip.
m n ie T fr n m r k 1^ *
does DOt release
parties from liability for damage that
be a special mass meeting may c o ? e t0 any- « a result of fires
Daniel Baker, who
passed t r o u g h in Verts Hall tomorrow night for the set out ^7 State Permit.
,he v,c»s>tudes of the San Francisco purpose of testing the citizens in rega-d
bound by 'h e U nited States
disaster, is now em ployed by W oodard
to the new hospital.
Everyone ri te:- T ** beTfort and after O ct. 1st. The
OREGON AND COLUMBIA PHONES.
g r o u n d s - 10
of the summer rates to Yaquina Bay we iearn that it was necessary that his
Foref,t Grove celebm tion. Forest
and spent last Sunday at Newport.
daughter Mildred under,,«
Gr0Ve wl11 have the greatest celebra-
daughter Mildred undergo another tion in the history of the county
O re g o n
Anti-Lean makes I P°unds of candy.
H ughes Phone 591
lean people fat by producing a natural!
Milne were among the Hillsboro visitors teed 0r money refunded.
this burg with their Hines’ Drug Store.
presence last Sunday evening.
d m -
* recent communication received
Harvey Baldwin and K. N . Staehr from Mr. Earl B. Hawks, formerly of
were am ong the first to take advantage this place, now of Morton Park 111
Fresh and Salt Meats
— Lard and Fish—
Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city.
M cN am er cam p on
For largest family
and normal sleep; by regulating th e ,
River last week and reports lots of ex
i heart’ s action; by assimilation of fo .d j
citem ent in the mountains.
taken into the system and by regulat-
Don Hare, Ward Downs and Jake ing the bowels.
Every bottle guaran-
‘ u n a:
found had remembered him.
Jake Buxton made a flying trip to
President E. A. Stuart of
to around Verboort on Tuesday.
lieve that rheumatism
evening, in which Prof. Coghill and
wife and a few of the students that had
not yet departed to their homes,
figured quite prominently. A rousing
campfire was built around which the
merry-makers gathered to sing songs,
talk over events of the expiring school
year and to pop corn and toast bread,
which served as a fitting repast and to
com plete the evening’ s enjoym ent.
Those who were in on this little side
feature were; Misses Pearl Chandler,
Frances Sorensen and Pearl Peterson
and Messrs. Howard Markel, W ill
Shively and Arthur Prideaux, besides
Prof, and Mrs. Coghill.
the Con with local appliances. Hollister’ s Rocky
Subscribe for T h e News.
$1 year. ranch on W ilson River the latter part densed Milk Co. of Seattle, was in Mountain Tea is the only positive cure
of last week.
—G oldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
South Forest Grove Saturday and Sun for rheumatism. 35 cts, Tea or Tablets.
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A . Bellingher and day.
— Best Fire-crackers at T h e Bazaar.
How’ s this? 993 lbs. milk from one
— When the baby talks, it is time
— Special sale of D ennison’ s floral
— Try G oldenrod Flour.
Y ou ’ ll Mrs. Emily Flem ing were in Portland
cow for the month of May. Returns
crepe paper and napkins at T h e Book to give Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea. from the Condenser, S I — 02; used 85
It’ s the greatest baby medicines ever worth at hom e^soid 81 ■
l° ta^ * 1^
W . J. R. Beach returned the first of Store. Lunch sets for the Fourth of
A. B. Caples was a Portland visitor
known to loving mothers. It makes 50. The foregoing is the report of
the week from a trip to the southern
them eat, sleep and grow.
35 cents, Riley Boyd for his cow for the month
part of the state.
S t r a y e d O r S t o l e n — Four goats
Miss Purdy of Gaston, was in town
Tea or Tablets. Dr. H ines’ Drug Store. of May.
Mrs. J. Williams and son of Rickreall, from my pasture near Condenser. R e
Mr. Corl brought in some of the
Mr. Burke of Gales Creek, who
are visiting this week with her friend, ward for recovery. S. LEVY, Forest
finest looking cherries this week that
Harry W estcott of Gaston, was down
owned the fruit farm known as the have been seen around these parts for
Mrs. Ivy Hsrtrampf.
‘ ‘ Horner Place,” sold out lately and sometime. They were from the old
Mrs. Pauline Miller-Chapman leaves
N. L. Atkins and wife of South For
— Buggy cushions, 81, at Bowman’ s
with his son James and family, left last T. H . Adams place where Mr. Corl is
est Grove, attended the Vickers-Lund today for points in the east where she
Tuesday for Alberta, Canada, where now living, and were of the ‘ ‘Pride of
will visit a short time before going to
wedding the 20th.
Oregon” variety— and they certainly
— See Dr. Eaton about your eyes
they expect to make a permanent
looked the part.
Mr. Corl says he
— Boxes of paper and envelopes at
and that headache. »
were until he
Friday and Saturday, at Dr.
GIRL W a n t e d — Inquire
Ernie J. Hubbert, who is now locat came to Oregon.
H ines’ Drug Store.
The News force has received a first-
pliances in office.
Calls answered ed in Alberta and is sales manager for
the Calgary Gas C o., sends for The class passenger list of the S. S.
T h e small boys are happy. The
night or day.
dard make, nearly new, 850.
News and incidentally n marks that in “ Cedric” which contained the name of
steam swing has arrived.
“ D eac” James, who in former days
at T h e News office.
News he finds the most satisfac our esteemed friend and neighbor,
— Single buggy harness as low as 88,
was a resident of Forest Grove, was in
Atty. J. N. Hoffman.
The Cedric of
Mr. Bagwell of near D illey, who the city last week representing a ma tory means of obtaining home news in 21,035 tons is one of the three largest
at Bowman’ s, Pacific Avenue.
British vessels afloat and is only sur
— Robes and H orse Blankets at cost does not get to our city very often, was chine house.
Frank Watrous, who has been serv passed in size by the “ Baltic” of
at Bowman’ s, Pacific Avenue.
Mrs. Via and Stella, who came over
23,000, also a twin screw steamer
Misses Marvel K ing of R oy, and from the Wilson last w eek, will leave ing U ncle Sam in the U. S. regular
Dr. Bailey, of Hillsboro, drove
I operated by the White Star Line.
Ethel Guthrie of Centerville, visited at for a new camping place on the Nehal-
through Forest Grove, M onday.
| They are among the finest, fastest and
Stevens, returned home Saturday and largest steamers sailing between New
Darling’ s over Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Banks and two children
will assume a position as clerk with his York and Liverpool.
were in town trading last Friday.
WANTED — Boy to operate switch
Haskel Ferrin has accepted a posi- j
brother, Fred Watrous, in the Corner
b a b y S h o w .
Apply at on ce at the tion with J. K. Gill in Portland as j
— Singer Sewing M achines for sale board at night.
For the prettiest girl under one year
H e began his work in
Independent T eleph on e O ffice.
at T h e Bazaar at special prices.
George Neil was home this week after of age, gold baby pin.
Chas. Walker was in Portland on
— Fire-crackers, Rom an-candles, Sky-
c ' ty M onday.
quite an extensive experience in the
For the prettiest boy under one
business over Sunday of this week.
rockets, T oy Pistols and all kinds of
W ill Bellingher made a trip to New-
eastern part of the state in the employ year of age, silver cup.
P°rt last Sunday and was very fortun-
For the prettiest girl between one
M . J. Norton of Seattle, began work 4th of July goods at T h e Bazaar.
of the O. R. & N. Since February he
and two years of age, gold pins.
0. , .
, A , „
ate to get away from the heat of the
at the Condenser last Tuesday week.
has been working with a painting crew,
— Sirloin and round steak 7 cents,
For the prettiest boy between one
, city on that day.
daubing oil tanks and other such and two years of age, fine high chair.
— M oney to loan on farm security, boil 5c, roast 6 c, mutton 5 to 8c
Clell Roberts of North Yamhill, was I equipages.
W . H . H ollis, Forest Grove, O regon.
Levy’ s market Saturday, June 30
For fattest and plumpest baby under
in Forest Grove the latter part of last
— T o p prices are paid for Mohair
William Sigler, who 42 years ago two years of age, weight alone not to
after the j,op jnterests of
decide, silver spoon.
and sheeps wool by John E. Bailey, housework
attended school at Pacific University,
G ood pay and little work. this pai, of the sUte
Competition open to the world.
is in the city trying to find evasive
M r s . E. E. W il l ia m s .
babies a few
A1 H ow e, formerly of Forest Grove,
H u ugh
Mr, landmarks and looking up old acquain-
g u Walter
minutes before two o ’ clock, to the
is now located at Bakersfield. California.
E. J. M ickel, assistant at the S. P Abel Meresse, of the Journal and tances.
T om Todd was among the platform
O.a J...L1 . t_
nroe nn in f — nrftn IP lnei
-S e t double harness, com plete with station, was up to Gervais last Friday Tim es were out looking at the c r o p s ! ^
feW old inhabitants whom he p,dl,0rm’
collars, 822, at Bowman's,
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Frank Emerson is building a new summer arrives.
— Don’ t be fooled and made to b e
residence for himself west of Dr. Via’ s
A . V.
! JOHN ANDERSON’S, The
The Young Woman’ s Guild will hold
move his family to
Forest Grove, Oregon
Chaney W est of near Banks,
Like R ocky Mountain Tea.
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
make an annual pilgrimage as soon as
That will lift his load of labor
lne state law.
Respectfully, A. M . STEARNS.
A crowd of young peopl
day afternoon at Gales C|
shade of the old fir trees.
Anna Baker gave a
T h e house
decorated. Those present I
Lena L oynes, Alma Curtl
lips. Clara Avdelott, Jessie
and Bertha Baker, Clara !
W allace. Messrs. Ruel
H olt, John A ydelott, OttJ
Shearer, Raym ond Wo
Noah N ew house,
Miss Alma Curtiss
W ednesday evening in ha
spent in m usic, recitationj
games. T h e chief amus
auction sale and am onj
sold was a marriage lii
W allace was the fortunatl
Coral Baker was chosenJ
Ottis Shearer acted as JJ
peace: Paul Baker, best |
Curtis, maid of honor:
played the w edding march
THE PARIS MILLINEI
M ore N ew Hats and Fl<
be in about the 12th.
see them .
T h e Prices will surpn
Hats M ade to
MRS. M. L.
HOFFMAN M L . MAIN ST. FOl