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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1906)
— C*J1 at T h e Book Store.
— Victor flour can.t be beat.
George Littlehale started this morn
ing for Newport.
--Goldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
H ugh Sparks spent Sunday in Port
Subscribe for The News.
Mrs. Geo. Sloan was a Portland vis
itor over Sunday.
Old newspapers for sale at this office.
visited the hom e
— Try G oldenrod
Y ou’ ll
Mrs. Jack Latta was a Hillsboro vis
and family will leave
Saturday to visit friends in Astoria.
Mrs. Amos Mead of Greenmountain
was a visitor in this city, Saturday.
Miss Emma B.
guest of Portland friends over Sunday.
Daniel Baker was at the county seat
transacting business on Thursday last.
Crescent Mill feed.
best is the cheapest.”
Ira Purdin and family are recuper
ating at Long Beach.
Banker Haines returns today from
his San Francisco trip.
banker, was in town Sunday
G. W. Bacon returned
Mrs. Lee Sparks, who was operated
was in town this upon at the St. Vincent Hospital b y ,
Carl Christian, Sam T odd and Frank morning.
Dr. Pampton. was brought back home
Principal Bates leaves tomorrow for
Fletcher left this morning for Newport.
the Inland Em pire where he will lec
— The Palace Meat Market co m
Bryce Wilson, who has been serving
ture in the interests of the college.
petes with all prices for choice meats.
on the grand jury in Portland, was in
Miss Ada Ranes returned Sunday town today on his way home over on .
Mrs. Dr. Berry of Los Angeles, Cal.,
from a pleasant two weeks spent with
is visiting Mr. and Mrs Levi Smith.
; the Nehalem.
relatives and friends, in the country.
The Epworth League of the M. E.
Newell Macrum of Portland, made
Harry Davis has been offered a posi- Church> held a business meeting at
a business trip to this city on Saturday
tion by the college as advertising man
Lane>. west of town, Saturday
and will soon leave to make a canvass I
Lunch was wrv(id and an
Frank Fletcher was up Gales Creek
for new students.
spent an enjoyable time.
for several days last week wielding the
A. B. Caples, an enterprising mer
— Dr. Pollock wishes it to be stated
rod and reel.
chant of Forest Grove, was a visitor in
from August 6 to August 26, he
The Union Services next Sunday Portland, calling on the trade during
will be away on his vacation, but after j
evening will be held at the Christian the w eek.— Oregon Tradesman.
that date will be in his office ready forj
— Dr. E. H . Brown, Physician and
Miss Wilda Crosley of Whatcom, Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap
Wash., is visiting at the home of pliances in office.
H ugh Smith.
night or day.
friends here, they will attend t h e !
Mr. Bogan and family started last
Miss Nona Miller expects to leave
Gtange picnic, next Saturday, at the
Monday for a camping trip through in a few days for Portland where she
Watt school house and visit their old
the Tillamook country.
has been offered a position in a large
Mrs. Dr. Via and daughter Stella millinery establishment.
The Epworth League and Ladies’ Prof. George E. Coghlll Leaves for
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L ee Via in
Toll Gate Now Torn Down.
W . A. D im m ick and bride returned
Aid Society of the Methodist Church
Portland this week.
home Friday last and will be at home
T h e toll gate propostion
will give a lawn social at the residence
Prof. G. E. Coghill and family left
Mrs. Neil McGilvery and Mrs. Belle to theii friends after August 8th in
River road has been cauS;t,|
of Mrs. I. K. Weitzel on Tuesday, yesterday for their future home in
Lilly of Gales Creek, were shopping Oregon City.— Courier.
August 7th. Ice cream, lemonade and Salem. The professor will take up his ^ ^ 7 , ” of trouble of late. n J
in our city, Saturday.
Wilbur M cEldownev, the efficient home-made candies will be sold.
work at Willamette University this fall the Kates broke ^
Mr. and Mrs. G eo. Rastell of Port assistant postmaster of this city, was in
J. N. Hoffman has written home as head of the Biological department
land, were Sunday visitors, the guests Portland Saturday hearing the H en
eastern end of the road and it
that he has sailed from Europe on the and goes early to enable him to get
of Mr. and Mrs. Graham.
dricks Land Fraud case.
to be up to the county court as to
Majestic, leaving the 25th and will settled in his new home and becom e
shall be done in the way of an
Chas. Burr of Greenville, was trans
Master “ Bob” Montague returned arrive in New York either today or
acquainted with the new surroundings.
ment, for the court has given the rj
acting business in town yesterday and to his hom e in Portland after spending tomorrow
H e will reach home about
H e will be greatly missed here, by
to charge toll on that road.
several days in this city with his aunt, Saturday.
paid The News office a visit.
the business men as well as his own
Miss Eva Curtis has returned from Miss Nona Miller.
— A woman worries until she gets students at the college. H e goes after,
LOST purse containing a
her vacation at Newport and is again at
Mrs. LaCourse, accompanied
by wrinkles, then worries because she has a stay of about three years. During of money, one week ago last
Why buy Summer Suits or wait,
for Winter Suits when by
going to John Anderson y0u
can buy a swell
He has just received the swellest
line of Fall Clothing now in
th e city.
her work in Hoffman & Allen’ s.
| Smith left Monday for a short visit
with Mrs. White at Newport.
of the week to visit his family
for the seaside in a few days.
Mrs. H . B. Johnson and Mrs.
T . H . Adams, the Vancouver, Wash,
the enterprising m er-
J O H N A N D E R S O N ’S, T h e Tailor
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D oc. Parker,
chant of Greenville,
Horace Thomas came up from Port
land Monday, leaving the next
Gussie them. If she takes Hollister’ s Rocky this time his department has been day, between Forest Grove and Q
Hartrampf, have returned from a week s Mountain Tea she would have neither. brought up to a high standard, and Canyon. Please leave at this ol
stay at Banks, the guests of the Bright, smiling face follows its use.
ranks among the best in the West, j and receive reward.
35 cents. Tea or Tablets.— Dr. Hines’ Prof. Coghill, before leaving, gave as
W A N TE D — Five or Six young,
J. E. Loomis and family, in com
his main reason for making the change
Inquire Dr. M. H. Parks!
pany with the Taplin’ s and Starkweath
Washington county cows lead in that, Willamette University having a ( 7 e env ille^ 0 re on"
er’ s, left last week for Netarts near
.quantity of milk. Joseph Mann of College of M edicine and his real work
Tillamook for several week’ s cam ping.
Hillsboro, is the proud owner of a — The Nervous System— led him in
Old maids would be scarce and basil
Rev. Belknap left on M onday last to 7-year-old cow which gave, during the that department, he thought he could j
Mr. and Mrs. Spaulding are home ing for his vacation at Newport.
th!^ from their Cedar Canyon ranch.
Mrs. M cK enzie is confined to her
Hute Johnson and Bedford Laughlin room with nervous prostration and is
join his family in Yamhill county, from month of May, 1195 pounds of milk,
are serving on the Hendricks jury,
under the care of a Portland nurse.
place they will go to the parson’ s and during the time from July 1 to
Mrs. Iva Hartrampf left yesterday
Frank Myers of Portland, made the
home where the big game 23d gave 980 pounds.
for her vacation and will visit friends
Jc home folks a visit over Sunday.
beauties are numerous.
Starlight Lodge, of Greenville, of
p1 — W hy use poor flour when you can at Eufaula, Wash, and other points.
do research work to a better advantage |
in that institution.
Could they be made to see,
professor is |
H ow grace and beauty is combiced|
an authority on the nervous system and I
By using Rocky Mountain Tea.—|
has been one of the editors of a promi- Dr H ines’ Drug Store.
Miss May Hinman has been forced
Maisie O’ Donnell of Buxton and The Fraternal Union of America, met nent magazine of Neurology, published
- G oldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
to give up her work at Caples C onfec Miss Bertha Fowles of Mountaindale, last Thursday evening and was de in the east.
Evening Telegram and The News,
tionery store on account of illness.
have been nominated by Superin lightfully surprised to have with them
SALE— Single harness.
¡f^ One year, $ 5 .0 0 ; Six months, $2.50.
Miss Pearl Smith of Hillsboro, is tendent M . C. Case to take part in the that evening their new State Manager,
L o w e l l M arkee .
— M oney to loan on farm security
On July 30, at highnoon, the country
spending her vacation with her parents, Oregon Journal’ s Scholarship contest. Mr. Darwin Bradley, who gave an in
/• W . H . Hollis, Forest Grove, Oregon,
— M oney to loan on farm secur.tv. I
Mrs. E. Leipold of
Mr. and Mrs. H ugh Smith of this city.
Ray Giltner, Otto Wilson, Millard teresting talk.
Will Shively of Portland, was a
H . H ollis, Forest Grove.
Thatcher, was the scene of one of the
The Misses Fannie and Maud CawTse Morley and “ Chick” Garrison returned
Harvest is several days earlier this
guest at the
residence, of Greenville, were the guests of Miss
last Friday from a short fishing trip year than last. Dr. Parker of Greenville,
le e r Sunday.
Millie Thornburg the first of the week. on the Wilson. They report a small being the first to bring in wheat to the Miss Birdie M. Sappington was married
farms to sell—see J. I
faSjj — T 0p prices are paid for Mohair
Mrs. Buxton, after spending a few catch of the beauties of that mountain Crescent Mill and this was brought to Mr. Carl H. Leipold, Rev L. F.
H . H A R T L E Y , the up-to-date Rea: I
t h ^ a n d sheeps wcol by John E. Bailey. days at home, has returned to the stream.
Belknap performing the ceremony
three days earlier than last year’ s crop.
Estate man. Forest Grove, Oregon.
a beautiful arch of Oregon Grape.
m ,l* Mr. Chesmore of Rhoderick Falls, M cNamer Camp over on the Wilson.
The Free Methodist Church of the The new wheat sells the same as the
L. C. Caples. formerly of the Port Portland district will hold their annual old— 65c and will no doubt be much
The wedding was a quiet home affair,
^ «was in town Saturday transacting busi-
® get Crescent just as cheap.
land Flouring Mills at Oregon City, is camp meeting in Naylor’ s Grove, Au
Mrs. John Bellingher of this city, the new foreman of the Crescent Mills. gust 8 — 19. District Elder W. N.
The M. E. church is putting in a Coffee of Portland will be in charge.
. ». was the guest of Mrs. W . R. Barrett
Royal Hot Air Furnace, the contract
10 l l o i Hillsboro last week,
Dr. G eiger brought up town a few
s u it
being given to the Weitzel Bros.
days ago a fine specim en of alfalfa
-M Justice W . H . Wirtz was down to
Mrs. Bosley and daughter Miss
which he had grown on his place.
he metropolis visiting his family over
Minnie, arrived from Tillamook last
This was the second crop and was
week and will make Forest Grove their
about three feet high.
>/' Ba ' Miss Alma Clark is spending her va
H . T . Bagley, secretary of the Hills
il1 anr 1cation on the Johnson farm
H . G. King, our former real estate
boro Amusement Company, is now
T b ^ ’aston-
man, and wife of Thatcher, visited at
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George G. Paterson and bride re- Mr. Corl’ s and other friends on last
towns, that better attractions may be
* A i jpw turned from their bridal tour
secured for all during the winter
J J * «T u esd a y.
Miss Mabelle Russell with her guest,
e *»J — The Palace Market has
just Miss Carlo Hiatt of Vancouver, Wash.,
Wm. Shulmerick, Dan Burkhalter
^ A wj^ > ou gh t 14 nice, prime steers and are spent Sunday with Scoggin Valley
^ n ess.
en#1pow selling the choicest meats.
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Fresh and Salt Meats
— Lard and Fish—
Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city.
I 'o r t m t d r o v e ,
H ughes Phone 591
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers' .Patronage.
G ood Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
F a s h io n
L iv e r y , Feed an d S a le Stable.
W agonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
the Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
loREGON AND COLUMBIA PHONES.
FLOUK and R E E D
Forest drove. Ore.,
M inced Ham , 3 lbs. gor 25c.
S c h u l t z M e a t M arket ,
H e reports fully decorated with white roses and j
Pacific A ve., Forest Grove.
all of them well. H e was accompanied ferns, and the dining room, where a ]
— W A N TE D : b y Chicago wholesale
on the way over by his brother George bounteous repast was served after the |
mail order house,
of Portland, and H . H. Markel, who ceremony, with Oregon grape and red and
rode their wheels along the coast as | roses. The bride looked beautiful in ! mana&er ( man ° T
an Alice blue silk gown in the county and adjoining territory. Salary
^ar as Newport
$20 and expenses paid weekly; ei-
— Scrub yourself daily, you’ re not midst of this array of decorations.
pense money advanced. Work pleas
Clean insides means
where ant; position permanent. No invest
clean stomach, bowels, blood, liver, I train for Mohler,
ment or experience required. Spare
clean, healthy tissue in every organ. I
v*luab le .
W rite at once for full
MORAL: Take Hollister’ s Rocky Miss Mabelle Leipold,
camped for the summer.
and W m . Stevens and families of
groom, accompanied them as Particulars and en close self-addressed
35 cents. Tea or the
Farmington, who have been on the
far as Portland.
en v e lo p e , A ddress, GENERAL M a NAG-
Tablets.— Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
Tillamook coast recuperating, passed
ER> 134 E - Lake St., Chicago.
Rollo Peterson left last Friday morn- ‘
through this city last week on their
ing for Newport where he will join the
“ H oly Roller Camp” of this city. I known here, while Mr. Leipold is
Carnation cream, from Forest Grove,
W e itz e l Bros,
“ Pete” expects to have the time of known to many, having made Forest!
is shipped to almost every state and
TINNERS AND PLUMBERS^j
his life for his friends had already se-
territory in the Union. R ecently an
| cured an option on the territory ad
order was filled for Vladivoitock, and
Are n ow m aking a Specialty of
joining the lighthouse and surrounding
on the same day another order was
The many friends of Mr. William
, nooks. H e will take
Hop Kiln and
three week’ s French will be pleased to learn of his
filled for Havana.— Oregon Tradesman.
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marriage sometime ago to Miss Raper
Levys’ Market is still selling his fresh
Harry W escott. the hardware man of 0f Topeka, Kansas.
and ch oice meat at unusually low
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i= T t in
On Saturday, August 4th,
Sole Agents for the Royal Hot-
mg his son s— Prank E. Wescott—
at the home of friends, who are promi-
he will sell Loin or Round steak, 7c,
Air Furnaces. Work guaranteed
subscription to The News, crank
nent society people of that city.
Roast 5c, and Boiling Beef at 4c.
P O R E 8 T D R O V E , C
now located a. Roseburg. fir,ng
on the French is well known throughout th ,
Don’ t forget Saturday’ s sale.
* out uu*
place county, his parents living near Dilley
The News office has received a l e t - 1 and Ashland and likes Southern Ore- He W
formerly publisher of Th
S . A . M o u lto n
ter from John Brooks, formerly foreman g0D but he cannot afford to miss The News which he established about four
of the mechanical department,
Pacific Ave. f j
Harry says Gaston
is a busv ' ears a8°* but is now representing
that he is now employed in the Journal I place
‘ “ ' " ' ’ v- days,
' ‘ • J « » » almost
m i u o i too
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• , Condensed
office in Portland and that his father is | he has only been fishing twice this far I Pittsfrarg*'1 PrMent headquarters
doing well with his new shop at St. I but both times making good catches.
Emmett Quick passed through this Portland Y. M. C. A. Out Camping.
with city Monday from Tillamook City.
Sixty Portland Y. M. C. A. boys
the McNamer gang getting the Wilson Mr. Quick is moving his family and I“ “ * Up on th« train yesterday moro-
Road into traveling condition, was
*n household goods north of town and will 1 ! ^
f l walk
way, camping along
Portland last week. While in the city
be em ployed at Buxton by the Pacific the Wilson River
| he made plans to join a crowd of
Railroad & Navigation Co. T o see for the trip. On arriving at the'sta'tion
beachers at Newport during the com -
him drive his heavy load of furni-
t*® most of the way through town,
j ing week.
ture and six horses reminds us of him
,heir yells, so anxious were they
to start their march.
— A S afe I nvestment . Buy a as the " veteran stage driver” that he
,!Jeir march- II “ ,0 be hoped
half section Southern Alberta winter wa, a few years —
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Many expert Ferrin and Egbert Bishop joined them
wheat land; 320 acres at $6 .40 per drivers on the street that day won-
acre: pay $448 cash, balance $1 per dered how he had gotten through the
acre per year until paid for.
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1 ÎK X S K S K S K n
Frank Fletcher, who has been
JA M E S
visiting Netarts Bay, where a large ville’ played Sheldon’ s wedding march.
The parlor was beautifully and taste-1
aggregation of Forest Grove people are
Five hundred people to eat choice |
beef from 3c to 7c per lb.
Arthur Prideaux returned yesterday
Bologna, 4 rings for 25c.
from a camping trip to Tillamook, also
yet very impressive, only members of
higher later on.
m i^ u u c
Forest Grove, Oregon
Preaching at II a. m. and 8 p. m
Thomas. very few were willing to make that on the first and third Sundays of each
month. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
drive with the outfit.
every Sunday. Rev Sias, p-stor.
mountains in only two days time and
Lead in g Tonsorialist
h a l f - w a y
OF THE WILSON
A ccom m odation s.
$1 .00 per Day-
for your Horses.
A Beautiful and Ideal Spot
Amidst Mammoth Fir»
and Picturesque Nooks.
p? E . s
and Mrs. J. W . Caples leave