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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1906)
Will it apply to Forest Grove?
“ W l« u
be celled a j
to many I
Can you solve it?
W e take
O th e r w is e ’
it from a Minnesota paper:
“ W e are
actually ashamed to send out into the
H ello Central! ! — Waiting,
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Our baker fcss«,now returned and
lTrv Goldenrod Flour
colum ns proclaim the fact that either
Anoka has no business men or has a :
class which is so indifferent to trade q q u n C IL HOLDS S P E C IA L S E S SIO N
S T A G E C O A C H IN G
SOME NEW TAX COMMISSIONS.
from now on will be busy looking after and business that it does not care to
the “ d^pgh.”
bid for either. It is d o o t consolation Damage Claim s Ordered Paid— Street Changes in the Oregon Tax — To be
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Poles May Be Ordered Painted.
that the other two local papers reflect
night turns into day” — All precisely the same thing.”
will be well in Forest Grove— as far as
electric lights go.
Council met on last Tuesday even-
Mrs. Sage is to receive $ 8 0,00 0,00 0 which will be held in September at
W ouldn’ t it Spokane, was received here a few days
pay more women to "russell” around?
The chanKes in the Oregon tax laws
. by the
Sute Xax Commission
Present with the exception of Landlord ^
for being Russell’ e wife.
ago and contains on the last page the
com m ittees
whole program of
enactment by the next legislature
W o r ld
F la v o r
E r , W H 1. a
o f K o n ia u c e .
» a c .d rd
- — , H a v e you weakness of n ,
st0,nach- back- or any organs' S
D on’ t dope yourself with
Tlie old coaching days, as rar as con nary m edicine.
venience for travel was concerned, j Mountain Xea ig the
were the dawn o f the great days o f our j
present rapid means of communication. **
cents, Tea or Tai
The seventy years or so In which mall j TJX- Hines Drug Store,
coaches waxed au I flourished a n d ------------------
finally died out lief or* the incursion of
Notice for Publication.
railways and steam -ngiues have a de
United State, Land Office, Portland, 0 » ^ , ]
cided flavor of romance attached to
Notice I, hereby given that In
them, and no doubt the coming and
going of stagecoaches lent a certain provisions ot the act of Congress of j * . ?
An act for the sale of Umbt|7 ‘
amount of color and Interest and life Slates o f California, Oregon. Nevada, and ,
to the country places and towns T erritory," as extendedlo all the PublicUnef'l
through which ran the great main act of August 4, 1892, Lawrence H. C m n J ^
state * 0[t^ **
coaching roads. The B i h road, tlie | 'and„,co“n,y of
Proposed by the State Tax Com-
mission— For Enactment by
A program o f the Photographer’ s ■>*>* for the special meeting, called at
Association of the Pacific Northwest, | previous meeting, all councilm en being
0f railroads, steam and
menu for their banquet.
electric, and of power companies opera
The damage claim suit against the
An Oregon City iceman’ s wife has this bill of fare is “ subject to
ting in more than one county, on
been granted a divorce. H e probably tion” it is a rather clever piece of c *ly presented by Attorney Langley, bases of net earnings, capitalization at
didn’ t cut any ice with her or for her. work. All the courses pertain to some representing Mrs. Sloan and Miss a fair interest rate.
. . .
I day filed In this office his sworn
of the different “ d op e” used by photo- Minnie Buxton, was approved by the
Taxation of banks, national, state Dover road, the \ork road were high- for the purchase of the Lota 1,2 andJasdu'w"1*
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ways O f communication u l o n g which j V, o f Section No. 2 In Township No. 2 Sanv, v‘
Partial list of
menu:— special com m ittee— Councilman Hoff-
and private, on capital
rr,n0(i the heavy private coaches and and win offer proof to show that the land
Those fashionable women who have
chliriot.s of till* country magnates, auri \ valuable fot Its limber or .lone than for a.
| and undivided profits.
acquired the cigarette smoking habit Puree o f Pyro
purpo.es, and to e.tabllsb hi. claim to a n ,
Hypo Soup paid, $50 to Mrs. Geo. Sloan and $25
Reduction of the honsehold ex em p -) the stagecoaches with their steaming the Register and Receiver of thi, oBce „ “J *
will never be satisfied until they can
Oreifon, on Wednesday, the 5th day of
The proprietor endeavored to secure for the guests a to Miss Minnie Buxton.
tion from $300 to $200.
places with the regularity o f clock
exhale sm oke the color of their dresses,
few choice Suckers, but found this prohibited
He name, as witnesses: Juliu. C. Burke of pwJ
The report pertaining to be street
by our Constitution.
Oregon; Edward Burke of Portland, Oregon; OlhsJ
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commissioner was read and approved
These stagecoaches, with their com Stafford of Portland, Oregon; Jame. Miller ¡u p * *
to be tax collector.
plement of coachmen and guards, a f Oregon.
and W. M. Munkers was appointed for
Young Spring Chicken, slightly overtimed
Eve, writing home a few days ago
Washington system of certificates of forded endless subjects of interest and
Any and all persons claiming adversely tL
Baked Bust o f Spring Lamb, vignetted (SharfsKoph)
! this month with a salary of $45. His
from California, tells of the fine trip on
tax delinquency, in the interest of Illustration to the artist anil the liter described lands are requested to (lie their claim*!
No Canned Meats, Cold Turkey, six positions
work will consist in keeping street
ary’ men of the day. Imagine Charles office on or belore said 5th day of September 19 « 1
the steamer but unfortunately had
better tax titles.
AL G ERN O N S. DRESSEB. RegmJ
Dickens without stagecoaches aud de
missed a few meals— the fishes may Your Competitor, The Manufacturers, etc., in the most crossing in good repairs, seeing that
(First Pub. June 14)
State to receive 10 per cent of all nuded of all his vivid descriptions of
permanent platinum style. Dear Roast (this
property owners keep up their s id e -1
have got the best of him after all.
animal was not captured, as many suppose
the scenes such as those In the yard of
but was shot with a 22-calibre kodak.
walks, and that streets are kept in |
the White Hart inn. High street. Bor- |
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Notice for Publication.
Tax commission of five members, ough. in “ Pickwick.” or or the mall
Some o f these creatures are really
nice enough to eat alive.)
United States Land Office, Portland, Ores®,
What are your favorite books?”
The next order of business was a
May 31, 19 %, I
ing public utility corporations and Two Cities.” It Is diflicu i for the pres
asked the literary person.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
Calve’ s Foot, Wine Jelly, any flavor from the dark
discussion which may result in soon
ent generation to realize the fatigue provisions of the act of Congress of June 3,187j
room up. This dish is recommended, as the gelatin
supervising all assessments in the state. anil the wintry cold of s icl) long jour
“ Really,” answered Mrs. Shopleigh
com pelling the telegraph and telephone
is scraped from the highest class dry plates on
titled ‘ “An act for the sale of timber lands in the Si
Franchises not to be directly taxed, neys. when fro::,ui feet were enveloped of California, Oregon, Nevada, and WaihingtosToil
" I can’ t name them all offhand, but
the market. Pudding, a customer without
[ companies which are putting in new 1
tory,” as extended to all the Public Land State* Dy j
but to be taken into consideration by
my husband’ s pocketbook heads the
1 poles, to
paint then. M eeting ad
round the neck was thought to be a fit of August 4, 1892, Joseph W. Pearl, of Ponu*
the board in determining the taxable protection against the keen night air — county of Multnomah, State of Oregon, ha* this da
list.” — Ex.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars will be strictly prohibited!?) journed until next regular session.
filled in this office his sworn statement No. 6951 fytk
valuation of a public service corporation ; London Standard.
Only dry plates, cups and saucers will be used.
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purchase o f the S. E. V a of Section No. 18 , in Town*:
Bromides in readiness as retainers when necessary
according to the systems in Michigan
[ No. 2 North, Range No. 6 West, and will offer proof »1
“ Farmers,’ Hay Seed!
T H E P R IV A T E W O N
I show that the land sought is more valuable for its timber I
Emmett Quick of Tillamook, passed and Wisconsin.
! or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to e
R e b u k e d H I . S u p e r i o r O lllc p r n m l E . - j his claim to said land before the Register and Receiver!
TOM, TOM THE PIPER’ S SON, REVISED through here Monday on his way to
c a tu 'tl C o u r t 4 1 »r t i a 1.
at Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, the 15th day oil
to be made in 1908 and first levy and 1
(By H. W . Sparks)
Y. M . C. A!
Charles Bradlau^b wi en in tlie Brit August, 1906.
Miss Zula Shorb of Forest Grove,
He names as witnesses: K. G. Staples, W.InpUjI
Ish army was orderly roan clerk, ami i
By G osh!”
T om , Tom the Piper’ s son
The new code will not touch express, newly arrived officer once entered th( I W . L. Snyder and H. G. Schmidt, all of Pcrtlaad, I
Stole a pig and away he run;
How dared those good little Y. M.
telephone, telegraph, sleeping car and room where he was s ttlns at work
few days this week.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-1
T C. A. boys use that sort of language! ! 1 H e built a pen and fed it then
and addresseil to him «ome dlscourte I described lands are requested to file their claims in this |
oil companies, which are to be taxed ous order. Private Brodhiusb took n<
T o make it fat for gentlemen.
office on or before said 15th day of August, 1905.
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friends from Portland, are in the moun- by tbe >n' t'ated laws enacted June 4. notice. The order was repeated witt
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Register.
“ Oh, Oh my pig is ill
an oatl). Still no movement. Then It
(First Publication June 7th)
"Advertising is no g ood ,” said the
tains above Soda Springs, spending a
came asain. with some lout words add
H e will not eat a bit of swill.
j'lman in old clothes,
“ it never helps
0UR CORRESPONDENCE FROM
ed. The yonnjt soldier rose, drew him j
Notice for Publication
What will I do I am so blue
The successful merchant
seif to his full height aud walking uj: !
Mrs. Josephine Patton spent Sunday
T o think I have to part with y ou .”
Land Office, Portland, Oregon,
to the officer, hade him leave the rooir
“ That is because you tried,
The weather is fine and the crowd or he would throw him out He went
July 12, 1906.
John,” he said, “ as the Indian tried T om , T om , began to think
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
Ray Williams of Forest Grove, passed j is increasing. The band boys came accordingly, but In a few moments the
de! ¡the feather bed. An Indian took a
And gave the pig a g ood glad wink,
grounding of muskets was heard out I provisions o f the act of Congress of June 3,1878, entitled
through here Snnday on his way to Monday, which is made up from side, the door opened and the colone,
! "A n act for the sale of timber lands in the States of
^ ¿ fe a th e r and placed it on a plank and I ’ ll don my gown and take you down
j Monmouth and Forest Grove.
walked In, nccompnnied by the ofllcer. | California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory’’
faa'flept on it all night. In the morning
T o that good place of Packington.
It was clear that the private soldiei as extended to all the -Public Land States by act of
Mrs. M . H . M cCoy, who has been
Rollo Peterson arrived last week and
‘ Paleface say feathers H e did and lost no dough
had committed an act for which he August 4, 1892, Lydia E. Hiatt of Gales Creek,
1 of Washington, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this
sick for some time, intends to move to ¡s playing in the band,
might be court martialed. and as he j
Paleface heap big fool,
The packers said “ Tom keep this
! office her sworn statement No. 6990 for the purcha*eof
the Balm Grove soon, where she will
said once. “ I felt m.jself in a tight | the WVa of N E .V4 and E Yj of N W V4 of Section No. 2J
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camp for a while.
W ' C’ Kertson arrived Iast week t0 place.” The ofllcer n ude his accusa I in Township No. 1. North Range No. 5 West, and will
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tion, anel Private Bra Hunch was bid offer proof to show that the land sought is more
W e’ ll shoot the dope and let us hope
spend a week or so.
Mrs. Ada Hines visited with her sons
den to explain. lie a; lied that the of | valuable for its timber or stone than for agricultural
A unmarried preacher in a neighbor
Misses Goldie Fields and Myrtle fleer should state* tin* exact words ¡ E ! purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before
of this place a few days last week.
i n g town, who was young and new in Ham , lard, the pig is now
evening. which he had addressed him. mid thi ReE|ster and Receiver at Fortland, Oregon, on
Johnie and Chester Williams of Hill-
Monday, the 24th day of September, 1906.
te harness, was leading the services
With bacon best, and fresh canned side, spent the week with their aunt, ^ e5r kave found positions here and other, who haul after all. a touch of
He names as witnesses: Clarence Reed of Portland,
honor in him, jjave tlie offensive sen
; Oregon; J. N. Hoffman, of Forest Grove, Oregon;
a young folks’ meeting.
tence word for word. Then lYlvatc ! Herman Englebrecht, o f Gales Creek, Oregon; A.L
he prayed with fervent elo- The pig he died, the packers lied
Brad la u.crli said, addressing the colo
Mrs. Richardson, formerly Minnie
The Staehr sisters arrived last night nel, that the officer’ -t memory must » Hawthorne, o f Gales Creek, Oregon.
|uence, “ give us all clean hearts,
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
And we eat "c h ic k e n ” on the side.
Roderick, and Miss Linda Roderick are ; t0 spend some time here.
surely be at fault In the wfiol«* matter, described lands are requested to file their claims in this
„•umble hearts, pure hearts, sweet
ns lie eoulj not have use 1 i in-'ua'io sr office on or befofe said 24th day of September, 1906.
camping this summer on the old home
H . H . Markel and Mr. Prideaux, uuiieeominr to an oifieer anil a gen I
^ a r t s .”
A titter went around the
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Keplt«
j brother of A. J., of the college, arrived tleman. The colonel turne I t > the o f \
a™ pn gregation, but the girls all res-
(First Pub July 19.)
N otice is hereby given that the
fleer with the dry remark: "I think; ______
Judge Goodin and daughter Mar- Monday from Tillamook by wheel,
‘ A m en .” —
Private Bradlau-h is rijrht. There
County Superintendent of Washington garet of Hillsboro, were here one day
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must l>e some mistake.” Aud he left A S K
A G E N T FOR
Mr' L,t,lehales a" d family arrived the
County will hold the regular examina last week inspecting the Gales Creek
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, a ( . « In writing of a cyclone out east, a tion of applicants for state and county
bridge with a view to putting in a new ^
W1“ 0CCUpy H ' G ’ BaId* h>’ 3
T IC K E T S VIA
newspaper man said " it turned a well papers at the Hillsboro Public School one.
IwK *s'^e ou l> a cellar upside down, building as follows:
Sammie Todd is expected to arrive
— The Paris Millinery Parlors will be j
Mr. and Mrs. R . Varley cam e up
Thursday to play solo cornet with the j open from 9 to 12 and from 1 to 6
^en . vert a townsh'P line, blew the staves
FOR STATE PAPERS.
#w»rjit of a whiskey barrel and left nothing
their children on the Roos place. Mrs. band here.
through July and August.
encing Wednesday, August 8,
'“^ t a bunghole, changed the day of
James and T om Varley.
•,fe week, blew a mortgage off a farm,
Mr. W hite’ s large barn is nearing an(t soa of A. B. Thomas, has arrived
Main Street, Forest Grove, Ore.
co>^ew »11 the cracks out of a fence and Saturday, August 11, at 4 o ’ clock p. m.
and will soon shelter 30 an(^ W>N remain some time at the
Wednesday— Penmanship, history,
tb)! locked the wind out of a politician.”
fine dairy cows.
SI irhaps something else besides a spelling, physical geography, reading,
To SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, MINNE
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APOLIS. D U L U T H , CHICAGO,
clone struck him about the tim e he psychology.
visitor, Monday and Tuesday.
Am ong the new ads this week a f j
N o li« I, hereby Riven, ihM the underlined, ha,
Thu-sday— Written Arithmetic, the
jK gan to write this description.
Playing is over, excepting a little those of Pacific University, the Auc- ^"n appoln,' <1 br ,hc toumy judge of waihington AND ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH.
ory of teaching, grammar, bookkeeping,
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V T „M
State o f Oregon, „ t a ln i.r a ,,!,
more baling, and the grain is fast rip tion H oi se and McNamer S Camp. M*,he» s - Bro»»n. deceased and has duly qualified as
physics, civil government.
Editor Walter H og e, of the Forest
ening and being harvested.
Look them up.
| are hereby notified to present the same with nrnnej
ive Tim es, and who is the Apollo
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Forest Grove journalism, mental arithmetic, composition, algebra.
to the city
o cannot afford to take a few days’
FOR COUNTY PAPERS.
Com mencing Wednesday, August 8,
ition or are so busy as the Forest at 9 o 'clo c k a. m., and continuing
bv e people are at this time, will be until Friday, August 10, at 4 o'clock
d to learn of a good resting place p. m.
it hope there will not
be any danger
breathing any contagious hot air or
raphy, history, reading.
je following notice was found posted tic, school law, civil government.
• deserted homestead in the arid
ins of Kansas: “ Four miles from
leighbor, 16 miles from a postoffice,
raphy, arithmetic, reading.
miles from a railroad, 41 miles
a church, 180 miles to timber,
theory of teaching, physiology.
miles to a democrat, half a mile
hell and the same distance to a
Gone to O regon— G od’ s
ntry— to get a fresh start.
The Fast Mail
S ple n d id S e r v ic e , U p to D ate
E q u ip m e n t , courteous
E m plo y e s .
Daylight tr ip th rou g h t the
Cascade and Rocky Mountains.
For tickets, rates,
information, call on or
City T ick et Agent,
°' COnSrt” °f ,un' 3- *«'I-
the » I , of timber land, in ,h ,
June 8th, 1006 .
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
A ° f
™ .led An
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EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
“ ' r nK!' d *
»O. 2 North p'
•ho» that the
« o b lia i her cl Î
L im ite d
Bnx* *° i
••■«ftle for Its.
**Tlcui,ural burpoees. and to
b" ° " ,h*
r a . day J
"THE COMFORT ABU WAT”
o f t h * fit m o o r s O r l w n t a l
No- **• 10 Township ¡
N’ 7 W” t' ,nd wl" ° a n
«■ h eto rm v ,
° d' O” * ” ” : W .
Ingalla of Fortland,
For detailed in
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f t » ., f t x p jft n ft .
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f-huetted to «le their claims In this
“ ■<1 ) ‘ th d a , of August. 190«.
p . a
We 6ive Expedited Service oi
Route your shipments
Full infoi roation from
Wm. H ARDER,
vbtmlng adversely the above-
folders and fol
122 Third St..
,he » W * « band State, b , '
Chun^of^rnlmT 2' , 0n,"e ^ ' n- * Pon,*"<1- s - G -
M. C. Case.
County School Superintendent.
Overland Trains Daily 2
Notice for Publication.
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United State. Land Office. Portland. Oregon.
T O U R IS T
In a clipping from an eastern paper
Thursday— Written arithmetic, the
J3i see that many people have a good ory of teaching, grammar, physiology.
a where they can find G od’ s country:
Friday— Geography, mental arithme
Langley * Sen attorneys for Administratrix.
(First Pub.. July 19.)
BEGINNING FEB. 15, 1906
FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD GRADE
vouchers, at the office o f Langley * Son, in Forest
Grove, Oregon, within six months from the date hereof.
Dated this 19th day of July, 1906.
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*• M X « !' BULLOCK,
Administratrix of the estate of Mathew S. Brown
led on the Argus office for a short general history, English literature.
thing spell— Atgus.
General A gen t; Portland Oregon
ALGSXNON $. DRESSER.
( « m Pub Jon, 14)
Goldenrod Flour now 95 ce»H