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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1906)
Welcome the many visitors tomor
row by decorating your place of busi
ness and your residence.
PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS
Get your flags and bunting and
decorate today, welcome the visitor*.
Miss Bertha Noland of Los Angeles,
— Call at The Book Store.
R e tirin g f r o m
— You can get as good work at Dr.
is a guest at the home of H ugh Smith. Eaton’ s as you can in New York, Chi-
Merle Markee returns from Newport
— Get your eyes examined before Cago and Portland.
school by Dr. Eaton.
WOOD taken on subscription.
Archie Clark, now of Portland, visit- His home is now at Monmouth.
Mrs. A. B. Caples was the guest of ed with his mother in town last Sunday.
friends in Portland, yesterday.
— Why use poor flour when you can
Trousers, get ^ rescent just as cheap,
Miss Easter of Tillamook, is visiting every pair warranted.
T h e Oregon Nursery C o., of Salem,
Miss Mamie Bozley for a few days.
Annie Johnson is the guest of Miss | has about 700 acres near Hillsboro and
will remove its plant to that point.
— Special attentiou paid to children Edna Hamilton.
— M oney to loan on farm security
at Dr. Eaton’ s.
Portland W. H . Hollis, Forest Grove, Oregon.
82 to $6.
See for yourself.
night or day.
Miss Bella Benson of North Yamhill
and Miss Laura Foster of Cornelius,
were Grove visitors, Tuesday.
Mr. L. S. Foster of Cornelius, form-
It simply means nothing more or less than I am retiring from
ness and must close out this entire stock of about $6,00d~w^^
Nobby, Up-to-date Clothing, etc., within the next 30 daysTre
of Cost. Also the Store Fixtures ancfFurniture of three rooms '
ing a very fine Kitchen Range. Everything must be soldT~
The Stock consists of
erly of this place, is very mueh better ]
j this week.
Mr. Foster has been quite j
MEN’S and BOYS’
sick all winter
— Opening of Fall Millinery for the
Every pair guaranteed.
J. C. Latta and wife leave in a few
Miss Gladys Spaulding has been
spending a few days over on her
— Money to loan on farm security. days to take in the State Fair.
— Dr. Pollock, the dentist, has re- j father’ s farm in Cedar Canyon.
W . H . Hollis, Forest Grove.
from his vacation and ready for
— Buy a pair of Duchess Trousers at J
Miss Frances Myers is recuperating
s; 10c a button, #1 a rip; 82 to
on the White Salmon, near H ood River.
— Bailey’ s Big Store to buy your
FIRE, SALVAGE, o r HOT-AIR SAL
C. N. Johnson and wife have re
Mrs. Anna Parker and son from
turned last Saturday from their outing
Southern Oregon, are visiting the Catch-
at Stephenson, Wash.
ings, near here.
— Dr. E. H . Brown, Physician and
Howard M. Brownell, formerly of
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap
the college, is now a prominent attorn
pliances in office.
ey in Astoria.
B u s in e s s ! j
To the People of Forest Grove and surrounding
country, I would call your attention to the Fact
All work first-class,
^.iont Stewart was in town
O u t S a le
C lo s in g
— T h e Book Store for Postal Cards.
Top prices are paid for Mohair
^ ¡ ss j osep ^ ne Baber was a Portland
and sheeps w ool by John E. Bailey. vjsitor) yesterday.
Dixon’ s Millinery
and 12, Main Street.
Miss Clara Hiatt of Portland, arrived
C. E. Loss of the United Railways,
The people of Thatcher had an en
last Thursday to spend a week in the
says his company will get to work right
joyable time Saturday evening. Many
city with relatives and friends.
away. There is no telling when that
Joseph Jennings of Hayward, fell people turned out to the ice cream is, for it always has been right away.
from a house at Banks last Thursday social.
— G ood seven room house in fine
Hugh Smith took up a crowd of 20
and is injured internally.
condition, with barn, large lot, etc.,
K. N. STAEHR,
Chas. Skidmore of Portland, was a hop-pickers to the Hutchcroft hop for rent cheap.
The Bazaar, Forest Grove.
Grove visitor on Labor Day, the guest yard in Yamhill county on Sunday.
Frank and Chester Fletcher went
of Haskell Ferrin. Both young men The picking started in that yard last
out hunting in the mountains day be- 1
are employed in Gill’ s book store in
Mont Stewart of Monmouth, has fore yesterday and brought hom e three !
to make his hom e in the big deer.
Miss Gladys Hartley, who has been
Dress and W ork Shirts, Umbrellas,
Notions etc, et
Don! Miss this Opportunity to get More than Your Money is Wot
studying at the college for the past vicinity of Forest Grove again. H e
The W om en’ s Club will branch out |
four years, making music her major will rent the Spaulding ranch in Cedar for the com ing year, into two divisions
— Shakespeare Club and the Musical
study, has opened a studio in H ood Canyon.
River, her home town, and will teach
Nathan Fullerton, a former college
Geo. V. James, better known to all
both vocal and instrumental music.
student at Pacific University, who now
of us as “ D eac” James, was in town
-—B r e a d will be supplied in any
Dr. S. H . Sheldon, of Portland,
Tuesday morning on his way to Tilla quantity during hop season by the
was called here Friday by Drs. D. W. from the Roseburg paper, is just re mook.
Mr. James is now vice presi
Forest Grove Bakery.
Ward, of this place, and S. T. Link- covering from bad injuries.
dent of the Portland Machinery C o.,
later of Hillsboro, to perform a delicate
George Neal returned from Albany
Chester Fletcher returned a few days and went across the mountains in the
surgical operation on Mrs. Felix Ver-
interest of his company.
where he has been employed
hoven, near here.
Persons who are prepared to furnish by a Portland roofing firm. George
Messrs. Shultz, Levi Smith
rooms or board to students are request
Armentrout have returned from their crew. They were selecting a right-of- ed to notify the college authorities. intends staying around here for some
hunting and fishing trip in the C a s-! way for one of the many railroads Tilla- Applications are being received daily, time as he has a job in the McPherson
cades nsar Fish Lake, about 80 miles mook is to have in a short time.
and it is desirable to have all available hop yard. *
from Albauy. They report good fish
Wm. Shulmerich, of Farmington,
H . G. K ing reports that one of his
ing and killed one deer.
Miss Anna Cornelius, daughter of has returned from the Tillamook Street
cows has more than paid for herself
John Cornelius, is now assistant instruc
A merry party consisting of Messrs. ,
Fair, where he addressed a meeting of
Haskell Ferrin, Bump, Skidmore, and and feed durlnS the last four months. tor of typewriting and shorthand at
dairymen on the subject of
Mr. Markell and Misses Ferrin, H off- During April, May, June and July she Dallas C ollege. Prof. G. B. Hardin is
man, Boldrick and Tem dleton, ch a p er gave 4,385 lbs. of milk, really a rec
gave her the position.
oned by Miss Fannie Sorenson, spent ord breaker,
— Fifteen hundred pair of Duchess
an enjoyable evening, Monday, in th at'
Miss Ivy Smith returned Tuesday Trousers sold last year at Bailey’ s.
famous spot, better known as ‘ Lovers’ s
evening from an extended visit in Cali
by the Seaside Signal for a few weeks, fornia. The rest of the party have al Buy a pair; 10c a button off, 81 a rip.
M uch complaint has lately been
Mrs. J. M . Garrison has returned has returned to Hillsboro to take charge so returned, Miss Wirtz to Portland
from the east, arriving in Portland of the financial side of the Hillsboro where her mother is now living, and heard on the streets about miners
Saturday morning and remaining with Independent, which is owned by his Willard Wirtz has gone up to the Mor shaking dice in the candy "jo in ts.”
ris hop-yard where he will get busy. Of course, it might be said that it was
her daughter, Mrs. Huckabay, until father, D. W . Bath.
Miss Maud Mills, who has been only done in fun, but we all know it is
Sunday evening, when she returned to
Chester Fletcher leaves the first of visiting Mrs. Chas. Miller, left last gambling and that minors are not
her hom e in this city. Mrs. Garrison
spent a delightful summer and is great the week for Pendleton, where he has evening for Portland to spend several allowed to play such games of chance.
ly benefited by it.
a position in the Academ y. Chester days with her parents who are living Keep on the safe side and stop it
there. Miss Mills will then return to right away.
will teach m odem languages and show
her work in Heppner.
the lads a few things along in the
The Pacific Railway & Navigation
— L evy’ s Market is still selling his n
fresh and ch oice meat at unusually low
ornPa" y 18 ,he possessor
On Saturday, he will sell Loin i coac“ » having two compartments, one
J. W . Caples and wife returned prices.
Odd Fellows Bldg.
Miss Vera Stewart, formerly of this
it a l c o o l
V |H »
Ll.''r 4ZiTit is used botliTnrj,'"-
FINE WORK DONE CHEAP-I
, — 1 - ' r cP_r' ? " - . I huT agenT^possesses
Intrinsic medicinal properties of Its own.
being a most valuable antiseptic and anti-
ferment, nutritive and soothing demul
(ilycorine plays an important part in
Dr. Fierce’s Golden Medical Discovery In
the cure of indigestion, dyspepsia and
weak stomach, attended by sour risings,
heart-burn, foul breath, coated tongue,
poor appetite, gnawing feeling In stom-
¿ ch biliousnP3s
of the stomach, liver and bowels,
White shirt - - - 10c Drawm - •
8c White Wsiia ■
White Skirts - 10 to SO UndenklrB •
Undershirts . . .
8c stockings ■
Handkerchiefs - - 1c Collsrl - • •
Men's White Vests 10 ISc Pants - - •
Costs • - - - 10 20c Dusters
Towels - - - 20c Dor. Nspklnl - • '
The fa!lowing articles SO c per dor. PlM
Bed Sheets. Table Cloths, Night C o»» r
Prawerl, Underwear. Aprona and Cone 0
S u w
Saturday from their outing at Collins or Round steak at 7c, Roast 5c and for passengers and the other for bag- i ailment”
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Boiling beef, 4 c.
D on’ t forget Satur- gage and express
■ di*e***.°f the mucous
A mail service will ' I - a
- * ? Pclnc
for -* 1,1
They were accom
membranes, as catarrh, whether of the
I soon be put on between Hillsboro, nasal passages or of the stomach, bowels
panied by their daughter. Mrs. Walter day’ , , a l e -
P L A T IN U N ,
C L O D IO
or pelvic organs. Even in its ulcerative
Mr. and Mrs. E. Meresse and son
Banks and Buxton.
stages it will yield to this sovereign rem-
Dimmick of Oregon City. Mr. Caples
C A R B O N S , S E P I A S , and
Edgar returned from Netarts by the i
’ i*® bepersm
be persevered in. In Chronic
speaks very highly of the Springs and sea, M onday. Mr. and Mrs. Meresse
A party consisting of 27 persons Catarrh ?.f,
1»*“ 1,. passages,
_ . it is well,
H IG H - G R A D E
rested very much.
Mrs. Caples was have been enjoying the ocean breezes with camping outfit arrived in the city ‘■'»very" for'the necessary"constitutional
w o r k m a d e at m o d e ra te p rice s.
also very much benefited by the in their cottage by the sea for over two Tuesday and are now engaged in mak treatment, to cleanse the passages freely I
two or three times a day with Dr. Sage’s
months and report Netarts the liveliest
change of climate.
Catarrh Remedy. This thorough course |
place on the Tillamook coast this year. ing the locating survey for the extention ot treatment generally cures the worst i
PHOTO POSTAL CARDS
of the A. & C. railroad between Sea- cases.
Fall and Winter Millinery Opening.
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a son , . ,
M IN IA T U R E P IC T U R E S
A h iiiC? S £ h *. an<l ¡ » ’ » r s e n e s s c a u s e d b y b r o n -
Their first camp
a ffe c t io n s , e x c e p t c o n -
On Saturday, Sept. 8th, will show a
Jba u 'iV l u l I “ ' ? " / ' ” 1
the " G o l d e n
com plete line of hats in the many dif daughter of Mrs. H. H . Clark, at For- '* at Vollmer’ s place, six miles up the e d * . esptH
« L D P n e.ry J * a m o ,t e ffic ie n t r e m -
-ially In t h o s e o b s t in a t e h a m r -o n i
n g e s t io n o f
ferent styles and colors. Everybody
th e b r o n c h ia l m u c o u s m em b ra n es. T h e n I lls ’*
cordially invited to com e and see them Dr. W P. Via, a 8°n born to Mr. and present appearances, they will g0 out c o r e r y is n o t s o g o o d f o r arm*» c o u g h s a r t s - i
l ü f o i d ’ o . » y j d « " < »M ». n o r m u st It l>e e x
at Millinery Parlors of Pearl M cGill, Mrs. George W . McGraw, of ------
east of False Tillamook and over the i
.rm V T n,unml!',n
Mrs. W hite’ s old stand, South Main St. Greenville, on Sept. 4 . ,
Buchanan road to the North f ork o f ! the o b t 11 n » roed,c,ne
t '«.'a h nVn tc ' c o u ih v *w h Ich1 i^ n .’J '
We can ' ear!V
the Nehalem, striking Upper Town on
Hembree, who was convicted of m u r-( .
dering his daughter, and is now con- j
™e “ a*em ' and
THE PARIS MILLINERY PARLOR
' fined in the county jail, made no move to Garibaldi.— Seaside Signal.
! Wednesday to obtain a new trial, which
Those who will attend the State Fair
Grand Opening Sept. 14, and 15
was to have been argued at Oregon
City, and that Judge McBride will be will have a chance to see a model road
The latest Styles for Fall and
in on the 12th of September to pass ! built by the government. The United
W e have just the thing for the Boys in the Clothing
Winter. Included are French
sentence.— Tillamook Headlight.
5 States gaveroment road
experts are at
line. Cannot be Beat any place.
Hats and Novelties.
George H . Himes of Portland, was *ork upon a mile of experimental road.
Just Right for the Boy! "
Boys’ Knee Pants
S U I T S
Per Cent O f f
Just what you need for the boys when they S T A R T TO
JOHN ANDERSON’S, The Tailor
in the Grove, Sunday, after a week’ s
stay in Tillamook.
Mr. H im es is sec
retary of the Oregon Pioneer Associa
tion and assistant secretary of the
Oregon Historical Society. This was
first first trip to the Tillamook
country and was gTeatly taken up with
, it, and spoke very hightly of the re-
sourses of the country. With railroad
connections, Tillamook will be one of
the best and richest spots in Oregon.
Mr Himes went over to take in the
This piece of work is well under way
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
and a quarter of a mile is now ready
M r s . M.
- - Goldenrod Flour, buy it, t
city, has returned to H ood River where
Mr. and Mrs. Hollinger leave
she has a position in the public schools day on a trip east. They go!
of that city, after two months vacation way of the Canadian Pacific, i
St. Louis their headquarters i
with friends here and at Monmouth.
visit in the vicinity. They \
WANTED— T o engage an experienc
visit Mrs. Hollinger’ s old I
ed cook at P. U. cottage. Apply to Kansas for some time. Fron
i Miss Haskel, matron, care Pres. Ferrin. they will journey on, stopping j
nois and Ohio, then on to 1
where they will make an extendi
^ Square Deal
I< assured you when you buy Dr. Pierce’ s
Mr. Hoilinger s brrther.
family medicines—for all tho Ingredl- will return by way of California,
ent-'' entering into them are printed on
c .• t .•
. j _
the bottle-wrappers and their formulas
Satisfaction guaranteed or
are attested under oath as being complete refunded at Bailey’ s,
and correct. You know Just what you are
paying for and that the ingredients are !
gathered from Nature's laboratory, being
selected from the most valuable native
medicinal roots found growing in our
.while potent to cure
are perfVTrtv han
to the most
P A C IF IC S TU D IO
F . E. MERSEREAU, Proprietor
FO REST GROVE, 01
St. Mary’s li
A Boarding and Day school (off
ladies, conducted by the Sind
St. Mary. Location pie«»»1
convenient; building new acj
nished with modem impro«
Careful attention to all tha-j
tains to good health and£
of the students.
T h e curriculum embraces
A cadem ic and Commerc»
Special teachers for ’•oice
and physical training. B*5* ^.
tihn in Music. Elocution
Re-opens Monday, StfiJ
For Catalogue, address.
. B e r d a n .
The plan is first a systematic Hoffman Bldg. Main St., Forest Grove
krading and drainage which is thor- j
oughly done, then a 5-inch coatin g of j
coarse crushed rock thoroughly rolled,
when wet and final coating of finer
crushed rock sprinkled and rolled until
lhe :,rint ol a team and w*lton cannot
h* noticed after having passed over the
Dance at Buxton, Sopt. 8.
There will be a dance in the Grange
Hall at Buxton on Saturday, Sept. 8.
Mus<c by Hillsboro Mihtary Orchestra.
At once to canvass Yamhill and part
: of Washington counties. Good nav
w d sfeldy p o t i o n to nght p « ty
j particulars *
inquire at The
R. h i G K
Milburn Wagons, S cotch^ !
Plows and other Farm Implemer
Flour, Feed, and Grass Seeds
Foreei fi^ l