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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
IS T H IS T R U E ?
P T f i
N E W SLE
t h e
Knocker in the Sunday Mercury.
D e v il ”
Forest G rove, Aug.
10.— Pessimis- |
W ell, in the language of Chira-
mie Fadden, " I
morrow is the big day.
guess yes and ’ den (
a whole lot.”
Ice the visitors feel
Situated very prettily in one of the
at hom e.’
most fertile sections of the richest of
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you ready, they will be here to-
standing, produced a heap more than
Erminger Stewart of Dayville,
— You should see Dr.
10c a button S i a rip.
ern Oregon, was here on a business
trip day before yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Langley have returned
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from speedy advancement the craft of
< , but she made me wish I was ”
Grove retains only too
peculiar genius of being that has not
yway, Roosevelt does not have to
another' yet been properly classified in natural
off a renomination for
I history with the other insects of crawl
ing things of the earth. Certainly a
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biographical or explanatory sketch of
Id Lady Visitor— What a darling
j the “ Mossback” could not appear in
Looks jes’ like his pa. Ain’ t
the same chapter with a description of
the beasts of burden, as these knock
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ers labor but little except as jawsmiths
heard three local past masters in the
^|j amette Valley Development Lea-
art of pessimistically bawling against
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many of this and winter season.
J i t on your best bib and tucker to- in decrying all that tends to uplift.
J t ow and attend the meeting of the Why, it was only the other day that I
established trolley line.
If you could I pay but little attention trf the knock
| him when I’ m walking the floor er so do not know what is the latest
Baby’ s Pa— Solid!
Mrs. Berdan was a business visitor
him nights, you’ d think he was source of complaint, as the street car
returned last week from an extended
visit with her sister in Klamath Falls.
for 81 .75. Sample copies may be had
at this office.
— W e guarantee every pair of D uch
Conseratory of M usic at Pacific.
Crescent Mill feed.
had to clim b a tree.
T h e Yanks, God bless the Yanks,
T h ey gave us R ocky Mountain Tea.
Dr. H ines’ Drug Store.
ful little city”
has now been
Main St., ForestGrove^
Five hundred people to eat choice
who returns Nehalem beef from 3c to 7c per lb.
Choice Bologna, 4 rings for 25c.
to the University of Nebraska at Lin
M inced Ham, 3 lbs. gor 25c.
coin, to resume her work as instructor
SCHULTZ MEAT MARKET,
Miss Leva will take
Pacific fiv e., Forest Grove.
— It arouses energy, develops and
- Goldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
stimulates nervous life, arouses the [
by her sister, Ivliss Elda,
courage of youth. It makes you young |
M. R. C H E N E Y
Has a fine lot of Books, Paintings
Picture Frames and Toilet Soap,
W o lverin e Soap
“ The Best Y e t”
( man or woman)
During the Summer Season of 1906
d u ced round trip excursion rates will
in effect from the East to all North
Write at once for full
enters his last year of
! partment and will
1 special study.
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ALGERNON S. DRESSER. Register.
Real Estate and Corpo-
ration Law a Specialty.
C ity S h a v in g Parlors
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
P a id tin C a p it a l A2B.OOO.OO
G IVES the News, Stands lor
the City's Enterprises, the
H om e Producer, the H om e
Market and H om e Patronage.
Are those you place in the
columns of The News.
will reach the largest number
of readers in this county, peo
ple who are eager to read it.
National City Bank, New York
Wells Fargo & C o’ s Bank, New York
United States National Bank. Portland
Rocky Mountain Tea Niseis
A Busy Medicine for Bu:y People.
Brings Golden Health and Rer.ewed Vigor.
A s p e c ific f o r C o n s tip a tio n . Indigestion. Llw*r
and K id n e y tr o u b le s . P im p le s , Eczem a, Impure
B lood , B a d B r e a th , S lu g g is h B ow els, Headache
and B a ck a c h e . I t s R o c k y M ountain Tea in tab
le t fo rm . 33 c e n t s a b ox .
G enuine madev
H ou L I8T * b D k u o C o m p a n y . M adison, Wis.
GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOr*
M A R .T IN
Appearances make a mighty
big impression nowadays. If
your ads and stationery print
ing is neat, attractive and up-
to-date, it will tell that you
are progressive. We can hit
the mark for you if good work
manship can accomplish it.
Independent Phone —
E S S
And dealers in all kinds of Forse
Goods. Repairing Promptly Cone
N A H O R 'S CORRER
F O R EST GROVE, 0
E . W . H a in e s Bank
City 7 2 4
Forest Grove, Oregon
6 0 YEAR*,
A general banking business transacted.
Interest paid on time deposits.
T IC K E T S VIA
T rade M arks
D e s ig n s
C o p y r i g h t s A c .
Anvone Rending n sketch and description may
quickly ascertain on r opinion free whether an
invention 1« pr.-haMy patentable. Omm m nlca-
ttnns e netly confidential. MflNnBOQK on Patenta
«ont free. Oldest fluency fo r securing patents.
I at eut s taken through Mutm A Co. receive
ipeciol notice, w ithout c harge, in the
S c k t u ific A m e r ic a n .
A handsnnieiv Illustrated weekly, Largest dr-
dilution i.f any scient me journal, Ternit, $3 a
four im m tbs, II. Sold by all newsdealers.
B r.nch ItlTIce. ffiS K 8 U W a ib iogton . D. C.
Evening Telegram and The
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MUNN & Co.36,B"**-».||eW York
(First Pub July 19.)
W. H. HOLLIS,
To SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, MINNE
APOLIS, D U L U T H , CHICAGO,
A nd a l l P o in t s E a s t and S outh -
Subscribe for The News.
Overland Trains Daily 2
T h e Flyer:
spotted; crop and under bit on
The Fast Mail
S p l e n d id S e r v ic e , U p to D ate
E q u ip m e n t , C ourteous
E m plo y e s .
BEGINNING FEB. IS, 1906
Mrs. John F. Forbis and family of ear; small horns; hair out of tail. One
Rates from Chicago via direct lines Dilley, were prominent guests at H otel small light red cow , dehorned, brand
H P on left hip, tail bobbed off; both
i the North Pacific Coast and Califor- Portland last week.
giving milk. Call up 551 Scoggins,
a will be 875 and from Missouri
Miss Kate Stribich has returned from
iver points, namely: Council Bluffs,
an extended outing at Seaside, the
E. H. TUPER.
maha, Atchison, St. Joseph, Kansas
guest of Miss Bessie Ritchie.
th y, also St. Paul and Minneapolis,
City Recorder and Mrs. W . A. Dim-
,tes will be 860. Rates to Spokane
my place, six miles
, mick have returned from a ten dav s
1 be 15 less than to the Coast o r ,
on Gales Creek,
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outing at Collins Springs, Wash.— Ore-
70 from Chicago and $55 from the j
i gon City Enterprise,
nri River and St. Paul.
dehorned, with bell on. Owner will
R °Y Heater, the well known athlete
Rates one way via the Shasta Route
pay for information leading to her re
A California will be * 1 3 .5 0 higher » " d former coach at Pacific, has signed
covery. Please notify by phone 167
those above mentioned.
“ ‘ ™iner “ <*
director at Willa- j Be„
Forest Grove, Ore.
These tickets will be on sale daily. mette Universify. Salem.
A. L. CRAIG,
General Passenger Agent.
Three door« north of Bailey’« »tore
hours fron» 9 A. M. to 4 P . M.
A. T. Wirtz, Proprietor
One year, $5.00; Six months, 82.50.
enclose self addressed |
3s A ngeles and San D iego.
ait of O ctober 31st.
Baths. Pacific Ave, Forest Grove.
W . L. Wagner has returned from a
Alex Chalmers of Centerville,
15, with final return j re tu rn e d 'to Stanford University.
Forest Grove, Oregon
For the Best, Up-to-date Work.
ER, 134 E. Lake St., Chicago.
C.; also to Spokane and San Francisco, visit with his daughter a Rainier.
Sargent’s Gopher Gun
Miss Myrtle Butler was a Portland
nm encing June 1st and continuing
R. IN 1XOIN, Dentist
envelope. Address, GENERAL MANAG
[ icific Coast Points, such as Portland, visitor Monday.
»coma, Seattle, Victoria, Vancouver,
Herman Englebrecht, of Gales Creek, Oregon; A. L. i
of Gales Creek, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
described lands are requested to file their claims In this j
ofltce on or before said 24th day of September. 1906.
for th is! Hawthorne,
for there’ s a lot of pense money advanced.
ant; position permanent. No invest-1
I “ BY THE WAY'
A full line tinware, kitchen and
camping utensils for hop pickers.
Money to Loan.
That’ s what Hollister’ s Rocky
ment or experience required.
F o re st
with friends, and then will be
It remains for us to remedy this blow. county and adjoining territory. Salary
Let’ s wake up and com e out of that $20 and expenses paid weekly; ex
truth in this.
L e a d in g T onsorialist
S a e l e n s & Co.
Miss Leva Walker left Sunday to
knock is getting stale and the Moss
Inquire of J. A. M cCoy, Forest
Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea
back is nothing if not enterterprising
‘ n Ohio girl went to jail rather than in digging up new sources of complaint or Tablets.— Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
her age,— she was not so frank as daily if not hourly.
One of the water meters has been
Levys’ Market is still selling his fresh
J e of our Western girls.
installed at the H ancock & Gordon
and choice meat at unusually low
livery barn. Several have been placed
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On Saturday, he will sell
The progressive merchants are be' by the city in different parts of town
ella— “ Mabel boasts of having fam-
Loin or Round steak, 7c, Roast 5c,
com ing impatient. The town has de' so that tests can be made. This move
» t tyj | ewels.”
Don’ t i
pended largely upon the many German |
j was necessary to remedy the evil of the and Boiling Beef at 4c.
— “ Well, I know her en g a g e -1
forget Saturday’ s Sale.
and other liberal farmers and residents waste of the city sprinkling.
St ring was in three families before
of Scoggins Valley, Banks Greenville,
Word was received here a few days i
™ : gave it to her.”
Evening Telegram and The News, j
; Roy, Centerville and other hitherto
ago that on August 25, a boy was born One Year, 85.00; Six Months, $2.50.
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contributing points, but now the peo
to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. LaFollette of
i little tree in Hillsboro, scarcely
ple are growing more and more discon
Washington, D. C. Mrs. LaFollette,
Notice for Publication.
tent with the “ quiet times” as these
nee Lennie LaChappelle, was formerly
les. Nothing new for Hillsboro—
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon,
purchasers drive in their wagons thru
August 10, 1906.
a Forest Grove girl. Her husband is
|thing is liable to happen there.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
Forest Grove to Cornelius and even
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also well known, having attended the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878. en- j
Hillsboro for their supplies as they en
but is now Senator titled ‘ 'A n act for the sale of timber lands in the States j
awyei— How did it happen that joy a glass of beer occasionally when
o f California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Terri- j
Fulton’ s private secretary.
tory,” as extended to all the Public Land States by act j
were arrested for stealing?”
| they com e to town, and they are for-
o f August 4, 1892, Charles M. Adkins of Gales Creek, i
H . A. Rands of Oregon City, but
aspect— “ It’ s the doctor’ s fault! | bidden that here.
county o f Washington, State of Oregon, has this day !
well known here as a prominent student filed in this office his sworn statement No. 7014, f .r the ,
B told me to take iron and I took a
All this, however, is changing and
purchase of the EW SWV4 and NWVi SWVi of Section
at the college, was appointed by Gov
No. 32, in Township No. 2 North, Range No. 5 West,
Forest Grove with its many natural ad
ernor Chamberlain as one of the d ele and will offer proof to show that the land sought is
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vantages is now displaying symptoms
gates from this state to the Irrigation more valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul
tural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land
‘ Every body works but father” is not of throwing off the yoke of mossback- Congress which met at Boise, Idaho, before the Register and Receiver at Portland, Oregon,
t h O ays true:
a few days ago. Mr. Rands is now one on Thursday, the 25th day of October, 1906.
He names as witnesses: Allen S. Dilley, Forest
ici^fr, ‘What you chillun been doin’ ? ” supplied by the men so learned in all of the prominent civil engineers of Grove, Oregon, James Churchill, Gales Creek, Oregon,
Charles E. Potts, Gales Creek, Oregon, John W .
o n ' j ' W e ain’ t been doin’ nothin’ . ” but worldy and progressive wisdom and this state.
O’ Brien, Portland, Oregon.
F o’V . ‘Deah mel You grow moah like ! from which they have obediently and
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
— Ladies, read this catalogue of
regularly inhaled large doses of sleep.
in d'^ tah pa every day.” — Ex.
described lands are requested to file their claims in this
charms. Bright eyes, glowing cheeks, office on or before said 25th day of October, 1906.
From the very rear of the ranks of ad-
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ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Register.
a smooth skin without a
I vancement Forest Grove will soon take
(First Publication Aug. 16.)
I Hie anarchists of Russia who are
blemish, in short, perfect health. For
! its rightful place in the van of progress;
— l JÉ 7 attempting to kill off the leaders
sale with every package Hollister’ s
Notice for Publication
Russia ought to send over some l the knockers will be hushed and all R ocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents.— Dr.
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon,
i|cago canned meats— they would no will club together in good fellowship Hines, Drug Store.
July 12. 1906. i
a r o j l ibt b e more effective than their ex- and make for prosperity is the proph
Prof. Bach is in town
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the I
T B j sives.
offers this in an effort to knock the having just returned from a month’ s provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, entitled
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An act for the sale of timber lands in the States of
pro California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Territory”
‘ Whats the difference between vis
lessor will move his belongings to as extended to all the Public Land States by act of
" K n o c k e r .”
i August 4, 1892, Lydia E. Hiatt of Gales Creek, county !
j Salem Monday in
be i ( o f - Washington, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this
There is more truth in the above
‘See those girls accross the street?”
I ready for the com ing year's work at ! < offict h" !worn statement No. 6990, for the purchase of
article than many of us would like to
„ 4 M o m I the WV4 of N E V4 and EH of NW V, o f Section No. 2)
Willamette University. Whit»
TI111C a i n e w - j ¡„Tow nship No. 1. North Range No. 5 West, and will
‘ W ell, the pretty one I would call a admit, even if it does appear in the port he saw Dr. Coghill who was there ! off" Prooi to show that the land sought la more
A knock of that
o r h i * h in ln iy w I valuab1' ,or ,u
or « * than for agricultural j
km of loveliness, but the other one—
collecting specimens f 1 UI
U lO iO gy purposes, and to rstabllah his claim to aaid land before
The paper is
j Register and Receiver at Portland, Oregon, on
received by a large number of people
| Monday, the 24th day of September, 1906.
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— WANTED: by Chicago wholesale | He names as wltneaaes: Clarence Reed of Portland.
who no doubt have read the above
assistant j Oregon; J. N. HoHman, of Forest Grove, Oregon;
— Ask any “ JAP” that you may see, and have wondered what “ that beauti and mail order house,
“ W hy the Czar, with Bear behind,”
Qualify, Prices, Treatment
best is the cheapest.”
visit a week in Seattle and T a co m a ,
S. A. Moulton
Miss Waggener will have charge of the
Try a pair at Bailey’ s.
Y ou’ ll
WANTED— Plain sewing
Miss Wilma W aggener of Hillsboro,
Flour now 95 cents
T h e News and Semi-weekly Joumil
— Victor flou* can,t be beat.
prosperity are rapidly disappearing from to Portland, Saturday, looking after her
the confines of Oregon, yet Forest millinery supply of goods for the fall
id she make you feel at h om e?”
— G oldenrod
Let The News do your job work,
double its quota of knockers which, in
guarantee good workmanship,
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the past, contributed the adjective from their outing in the Nehalem W e
stock and reasonable pnces.
The Judge is very much
te Peek-a-boo waist isn’ t near as “ M ossback” to our vocaulary. These country,
ts som e of the “ peek-a-boo” men. objectionable anchors that have held rested.
H e’ ll cure you.
Notice Change of Train.
Train No. 2, beginning Saturday the '
the medical d e-j 18th, will leave Portland at 7 a. m. in.
make surgery his stead of 7:30, arriving at Forest Grove
, at 8:25 a. m.
Daylight trip t h r o u g h t the
Cascade and Rocky M ountains.
For tickets, rates,
information, call on or
City T icket Agent,
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