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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1906)
Apportionment of School Districts
C lo s in g : O u t S a l e !
No. o! 3 i* .
R e t ir in g
B u s in e s s ! !
This is my Last Call and your
Last Chance in Forest Grove
r fíij ¿■i t o Buy New, Nobby, Up-to-date Clothing at.
Your Own Price
1 1 ; Provided You are within the Limit of Reason
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have still on hand $ 3 5 ,0 0 0 worth of
M E N ’ S and B O Y S ’
Hats and Caps,
si i ri Suits,
Dress and Work Shirts,
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I will refuse no reasonable price for I am making
this offer in preference to packing up the stock, as I
must positively leave here on or about the 1st.
Odd Fellows Bldg.
Notions etc, etc.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
AND SOCIETY NEWS
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Notices on sale at The
C o o k W a n t e d — Inquire
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T h is Is A Y o u n & S to r e y
Name of clerk
J C Bechen
H G Fitch. Cornelius
D P Chambers. Hillsboro
John Marsh. Forest Grove * : 2
O M Galloway, Forest Grove, I t 1 155
got* Thompson. PonmnO I t 2
Peter Boftoov. Hi Lahore
Lewis Powers, HU laborer, Rt 3
Jo« Connell. HLisbaro M l ........ 182
Abner Briggs, L k ie y
E X Harcing, G ib t a
John Boeker, G reesvil*
A C Gardens, Greeavi ie Rt 2
J W Yar.ae:» e*oen. Parrs: Grove
W S Huaaon. F ore* Drov e
C R M cO xogbey. Gaston Rt 1
Geo J Jack. HUMboto. Rt 2
J B Downing. Beaverton, Rt 1
ia m a H b e « . : , K ..k b oro........
A W Wright. Sherwood I t 3
S A D Meek. Corne* a
* 1. .. 248
W » T n x . Sherwood, I t 3
H B Tigard. Bearv ertoa Rt 1. . . . 497 ♦7
Mrs . . rppesors. Bacoma
H C Pearson. Cornelius Rt 2 . . .
J C Karunaxzi* Sherwood Rt 5 . 350 64
A T Buxton. Forest Grove Rt 1.. 372
W A Johnson. Gaston Rt 2 .......... 185
J-W er. Reedviile
R o tx ? Lilly. Gales Creek............ 308
K Goff. H ilisboro...........................
J E Bates. Gaston. Rt 2 ................
Grant Mann, Cornelius Rt 2 .. .
W Fesdt. Buxton
J O Gustin, Sherwood Rt 3 ..........
N L W ney, R ex............................
L S Bierly, Beaverton Rt 3 .......... 215
G A Paieth, Sherwood, Rt 1.......... 239
A C Wirtx, Mountain Dale.......... 236
Wm Clapshaw, Forest Grov« Rt 1 167
Vlrs. R E Trumbo, Hillsboro Rt 3 200
Benton Phillips, Greenville Rt 2 .. 218
Ibo* F Fairbanks, Sherwood Rt 5. 224
Louis Fimgan, Laurel....................
I L Lmdsday, Sherwood, Rt 3. . . . 191
H G Vincent, Beaverton................ 854
Arthur Hill, Laurel, Rt 1.............. 137
G M Holt. Albion.............................
W W Jacquith, Laurel Rt 1.......... 206
G P Essner, Mountain Dale.......... 107
Gerhard Goetz, Cornelius Rt 2___
Jacob Dixon, Cornelius Rt 2 .......... 236
John Schneider. Hillsboro, Rt 4. . . 389
Alfred Guerber, Hillsboro Rt 1. . . 266
J R Dallas, K ist.................................
M S Barnes, Beaverton Rt 2............ 203
Frank Wallace, Hillsboro Rt 2. . . 173
Chas A Miller, Cornelius Rt 1........ 155
F S Locke, Beaverton, Rt 2...........
Carl Bergren, Scappose Rt 1.......... 107
J E Smith, Portland Rt 2.................
J T Northrop, Greenville R t 3 . .. 185
WT K Newell, Gaston Rt 2 .............. 134
F F Lahaie, Gaston Rt 1.................
J A Johnson, Portland Rt 2 .............. 190 75
Mrs Edith McCleod, Cornelius Rt 1 83
C S Bateman, Gales Creek.............
Fred Burgholzer, Mountain Dale. .
J P Aydelott, Greenville Rt 1.......... 125
J H Rinck, Buxton............................. 236
I C Clutter, Sherwood Rt 5 .............. 128
Erwin Ritter. Portland Rt 2............ 359
A B Garrigus, Greenville Rt 2........ 191
Wm Kelly, Buxton...........................
D H Bailey, Cornelius Rt 2.............. 191
F C Burgholzer. Timber....................
S P Reader, Reedviile .....................
J A Messinger, Laurel.....................
Fred Berger, Hillsboro Rt 4.............. 272
W E Shaver, Oswego Rt 1.............. 152
Fred L Brown, Gales Creek.............
P Houjchkel, Ki.ls'woro Rt 3 ...........
Mrs M Laumerman, Greenville Rt 1 128
Fred Langer, Sherwood...................
Geo Harrow, Hillsboro Rt 4 ............ 212
Otto Parsons, Greenville Rt 1.......... 197
Albert Dethless, Seghers.................
W W Parrett, Newberg Rt 2 ............
X A Gassner, Beaverton Rt 3.......... 149
A P Christensen, Beaverton Rt 1. . . 194
John Schmeltler, Sherwood Rt 3. . . . 131
Wm Vanderveiden, F Grove Rt 2. . . 407
Heinrich Petersen, Buxton.............
M L Roberts, Forest Grove Rt 1.. .. 188
A E Switzer, Newberg.......................
Chas Thompson, Sherwood................
W F Young. Sherwood.....................
O F Cooke, Sylvan.............................
a G r o w in g
Young enough to hope
approve of our M ethods.
S to re ^
to Grow and
proving ourselves worthy of it.
growing because you
want your permanent business by
W e expect to make a small, safe
profit each time you buy here, and believe it will be to your interest
to buy often.
large assortment of samples of Ladies’ Suits,
Jackets have just arrived.
J O H N A N D E R S O N ’S , T h e T a ilo r
COUNTY CCUFiT NEWS
In the rratter of the guardianship of
William Ziegler, spendthrift and incap
able. Pet tion filed asking that H . T
King be appointed guardian.
Estate of Annie S. Caldvell
of appraisers filed and approved.
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W a n te d , P
a n d L o s t.
5c per line each insertion.
— M oney to loan on farm security.
Peat Cone minor. Thos. Cone ap W . H . H ollis, Forest Grove.
Bonds for $1000
—G oldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
Estate of Frank Clap-haw. Apprais-
— If you are in
ment filed. Valuation 85 00 ,0 0. Ap-
examine the line we
Petition filed asking that Edd Miller J. E. Bailey.
be appointed guardian of Constantine
“ WANTED— Salesmen. Many make
Estate of John P. Mothmann. $100 to $150 per month, some even
Joseph Senior appointed administrator. more. Stock clean; grown on reserva
tion, far from old orchards.
Bonds fixed at $3000.
advanced weekly. Choice of territory.
Address Washington Nursery Company,
C. H . Mitchel to Lois G Bowlby. Toppenish, Washington.”
— Try Goldenrod
WOOD taken on subscription.
— A . B. Thomas sells.— Sells what?
— See Dr. Eaton about that rheum
all kinds of Real Estatj, either
atism, lame back, nervousness, stom
Forest Grove or Washington Countv
ach and kidney trouble ar.d goitre.
Mr. Ward of Kelso, Wash., who ^ is
quite an extensive
mines near Seattle,
was visiting his
H O M E S
A cement walk is to be put in as boys Charles and James last week.
fi — Art supplies at T h e Book Store. I - Guldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
Captain L. E. Lyon of San Francisco soon as possible on the old Cox prop
— If you have lost your boyhood
There are no homes more attractive, convenient
Arthur Bacon has returned from a
— Leave orders for fine picture fram- was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Lavina erty and Quong Lee ■will swell up with
or simple in construction than the typical California
spirits, courage and confidence of
and Mission style cottages. We design
e months’ trip in California, and j ing at The Book Store.
L. Watt of this city. Captain Lyon the new walk in front of his property.
and furnish plans, specifications and details com
youth, we offer you new life, fresh
plete, any carpenter can build. The cost will be
1 winter at Cornelius and in this city.
Chas. Odell and wife were guests of has returned to Portland and leaves
remarkably low. Space is too valuable to say much.
courage and freedom from ill health in
that city for San Francisco to morrow. !
but send us a stamp and let us explain our methods
Mrs. J. S. Buxton and Miss Jessie j friends in Dilley, Sunday.
Or send us 50c for our handsome,
M uch interest is being aroused by Hollister’ s R ocky Mountain Tea. 35
big book of designs.
— Our $1 8.00 suits are the best we
ve gone to Newport to visit with
— M oney to loan on farm security.
cents, Tea or Tablets. —Dr Hines’
itives for sometime.
W e will be glad to the entertainment course for this year
W . H . Hollis, Forest Grove, Oregon.
R. IN. LAMBERTH & CO.
which is to be given under the auspi- j Drug Store.
show you. J. E. Bailey.
Rev. T . L. Jones, former pastot of
ces of the Athletic Committee of the ------------------
Los Angeles, Cal.
Will G. Hale ’ 03, who graduated,
the M . E. church of this city, but
B. L. Doane of this city was regis college. Almost half the seating ca-1
from the Harvard law school last year,
,ely of Amity, has been transferred to
tered at H otel Oregon the first of the pacity of Brighton chapel has already j
has been admitted to the bar and will |
been sold. Although the cost for the |
practice in Portland.
Head of Highbred
talent this year has been much greater (
Dan M . Baker, ex. ’ 07, was out
— Miss Penfield cordially invites
than last yet the price of tickets is the
im Portland Saturday, visiting his pa
you to visit The Book Store Saturday
offers in clothing cannot be dupli when she will have arranged a special same. As the first number com es
C M fnrnH P "cV , W"**rww-v»
ts and old college chums.
Nov. 15 it is desired that the course
cated. Call in and be shown.
Jf.ker has a good position with W ood-
tickets be purchased as early as possi
The H ood River News-Letter last till 8 p. m.
1 & Clark.
CARBONS, SE P IA S, and
week had a special 20 page issue,
The remains of the late Congress
The following are the numbers in
Mayor and Mrs. Botts, of Tillamook,
HIGH - GRADE
beautifully illustrated. Miss Vera Stew man T ' H . Tongue were the first of the course.
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Meresse
art formerly of this city was one of the
at moderate prices.
Nov. 15— Lulu Tyler Gates C o., |
the week taken up from the Masonic
y. T hey are enroute home from
group of the public school teachers of
including Reader, Woman ’ ’ cellist,
See S . B . L a w re n c e & Son
isit with Eastern relatives.
cemetery in the family burial ground Basso cantata. Pianist.
where the Tongue memorial shaft is
Miss Stella Boscow has departed lor
D ec. 6— Reno B. Welbourn, Wizard I
Miss Florence Tongue of Hillsboro located, just east of the cemetery. The of Electricity.
fjg en e, where she will attend the
was the guest of Miss Kate Shannon
F eb.— Prof. Orr, Dramatic Reading,
Independent Phone 75 Scholls Div.
kite University this Winter, and be on Friday. Miss Tongue expects to remains of his father, the late Anthony
“ If I were K ing.”
i*th her sister, Mrs. D. P. Patterson. leave for a trip through California in a
Mar. 9— Dunbar Quartet,
Mrs. T on gu e’ s were also transferred to Ringers.
the private grounds.— Argus.
► The J. W . Hayes farm located 6
— Special exhibit of artistic picture
Resolutions of Condolence.
Philip S. Bates, publisher of The
tiles north of Hillsboro, was sold last framing at The Book Store Saturday.
Resolutions of sympathy and respec
■eek to James I-ane of Chicago, 111
adopted by Rosewood Camp, No. 3835
e consideration being $8225.00,
Mrs. Wilber M cEldowny’ s class in ^
M “ Che Royal Neighoors of America of Forest
e was made through J. H . Hartley. vocal music will give a public recital Langley of this city, who will represent
Grove, Oregon, as a tribute to the
FINE WORK DONE CHEAP — PRICES
in Vert’ s Hall at 8 o 'clo c k , Friday eve- °ur county on the Jamestown Trip memory of Mrs. William Lee, whose
j Thomas Roe, who had to return
shirt - - - 10c Drawers -
8 to 15c
ning, October 12th. No admission will which he is to give next spring, se- death occurred Oct. 4, 1906:
Lis city from his seaside cottage
8c White Waists - 10 to » t
tewport the first of the week, on ac-
Whereas— the angel of death has
e cured last week the regular prize of $5
White Skirts I 10 to 50 Underskirts - IS to 25c
kSuccessor to Harvey Baldwin)
nunt of a serious attack of heart trou- present, as the program will be an es
Undershirts . . .
Sc Stockings . . .
• given to the young lady submitting
t1® * ant!
Handkerchiefs - - 2c Collars . . . .
taken from our midst our beloved
J e . is now able to be around, and is pecially pleasing one.
' the largest amount of business during neighbor,
Men’s White Vests 10 15c Pants . . . .
Tobacco. All kinds of Drinks.
Carl Michaux, who has been one of I
- 10 20c Dusters
- - 15 20c
the past 7 days. Miss Langley is do-
Therefore— Be it resolved that we
Towels . . . 20c Do*. Napkins - - 20c Dor.
— See Dr. Eaton about that head- this city’ s competent drug clerks for | ing a fine work in our countv and is | the entire camp, extend our heartfelt
The following articles SO c per do*. Pillow Cases.
k h e and pain in the eye. Try a pair some years, has rem oved to Forest
Bed Sheets, Table clotha. Night Gowns, Women’s
well worthy the hearty support given 1 sympathy to our beloved neighbor’ s
■ those famous glasses. Consultation
Drawers, Underwear, Aprons and Corset Covers.
husband and family, and while they
Grove where he has taken a position in her. This
ilIla trip W
le e .
over Paris Millinery
On Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove
one of the drug stores.— M cM innville vertisment for Washington County and j ^ ^ f e V m T ^ D o t h 'r
Mr. Michaux has accepted wi>l obtain a large amount of publicity
Frank Hinman Jr., who was a student
• position in Dr. Hines’ drug store.
for the rMOurCM through interviews that
Resolved— that * o tr chapter be drap
the Academy in the 'nineties, a gra-
will be given the representatives while
ed in mourning for thirty davs as a
uate of Stanford, and who has just
Word com es from Bologna, Italy, they are covering the large cities of
last tribute to the memory of our be
>mpleteded a medical course at John
that Madam Ecelka Gerster, one of the die East,
iopkins, was in the city last week
siting friends. H e will begin prac- most famous vocalists in Europe, is
especially enthusiastic over Mrs. C h a p -1
L u l u J. A l l e n
ce in Spokane.
At the residence of Rev. J. R.
B a r b a r a a . S e x t o n
"M rs. Chapman's voice
FLOUR and R EE D
j Lanbsborough, Seventh and Jefferson A n n a K e l se y
Silver’ s New York Minstrels, who
says streets. Oregon City, Thursday after
'ere here last evening were pro- has a rich dramatic quality,”
Forest Grove Ore.,
ounced by all present as the best Madam Gerster, “ and she is the only noon, Miss Carrie W ebster, a daughter
ntertaining company that has com e to pupil who has nothing to undo.” | of Mr. and Mrs. M . C. Webster, of
Forest Grove, Oregon, Oct. 5, 06.
tis city for many years. The even- Professor and Mrs. Chapman are o ccu i that city, was united in marriage to Head Quarters James B. Matthews
ig’ s entertainment abounded with
Post, N o. 6. Department of Oregon.
pying a fine villa adjoining Madam
j Lancefield will make their hom e in
lose jolly, harmless negro jokes and
WHEREAS. W. W . Tennis, a mem
Gerster’ s castle in Bologna,
Italy. Portland, where Mt. Lancefield is em-
le large audience was kept in a con-
ber of James B. Mathews Post No. 6.
som e- ployed by the Title Guarantee & Trust
ant uproar. More shows of this kind
Department of Oregon, has been called
time next Spring.
e needed on the westside road.
; to the Eternal Camping-ground by an
all wise Providence, therefore be it
Frank Mott and son Robert, of D ick
M i « Anna Cornelius, daughter of Levy * Market Will be Open Every Day
RESOLVED, that we the members of
on, North Dakota, who have been Ex-Councilman John Cornelius, was
n ____ ___ ,
Com m encing Saturday,
6. this Post extend our heartfelt sympathy
Dking over the city and surrounding hom e over Sunday to pay the home
Qur y an Prices.
to his family and friends. And be it
suntry the past week, have bought folks a visit. Miss Cornelius is now | C hoice Front Quarters.
4c per lb. I further
RESOLVED, that the Post be draped
He building east of H ancock & Gor- Professor ol the department of Short- Round Steak,
6c “ “
in mourning and a coq y of these reso
4c “ “
’ ? barn. T h ey expect to start in hand and Typewriting in the college C hoice Boiling Beef.
Nic e T ender Roast.
lutions be placed on records of this
Mr. Mott and his son at Dallas. She was formerly assistant
Special Saturday before 10 Post and also published in the city
ge friends of Marshall Lenneville and but upon the resignation of Prof. G. B. a. m _ j c boiling meat, 4c roast.
Rem ember, open every day Naylor’ s
»e from the same town in North Hardin, formerly of this city, was
w. j. R. B e a c h
elected to fill the vacancy.
S t e v e n M o r g a n .
Also 15 Good Bucks
Frank A llen's
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