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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1907)
Mrs. Chas. Hubbert who has been Beach & Keffer, bridges....... 23 C4
visiting relatives in Tacoma, Wash., J S Lorsung, roads.................
Ward Downs, assessing & col 37 50
returned home Wednesday.
Mr. W. C. Gray, who has been visit J W Connell, coroner’s office 8 CO
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ing his son, Dr. Gray, in Haddock, W M Jackson, treas............. 50 00
L W House, court house...
Wash., returned home Wednesday.
V V .. £ « £
Miss Anna Peterson and Chas.
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“ ............. 4 25
Crumby of Portland, spent Sunday at The
Collins, janitor........... 40 00
the home of Scott Smith, near here. T A M
judge. 20 83
Howard Roberts, who has been visit Boys & Girls Aid circuit
Relief 60 IX)
ing his brother, A. R. Roberts, for a Dan Leisy R & H ...................
few days, returned to Portland Monday. Mrs. Elwood Haines, relief. .. 25 6 (X)
This is just the season of the year to re
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Van Meter of L C Walker, R & H ............... 23 (X)
mind you that a nice new cool dress would
Portland, spent Sunday with Mr. Van A B Todd “ “ ............... 13 8o
be acceptable. This year our stock of
Meter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. W W Lewis “ “ .............. 13 00
L C Walker “ “ ............... 10 (X)
Miss Edna Hundley went on the E Heilman “ “ ............... 315 CO
excursion to The Dalles by boat from 0 F Cooke “ “ ...............
S u m m er
Portland, the Fourth and reports a very O F Cook “ “ ................
Lee Byers, Exam B d .............
D ress Goods
evening of the Fourth at Carlton and Ed Fesler. J P Wit.................
report a pleasent time, though not as Ed McCracken, J P W it.. . .
Thos Gheen “ “ . . . .
is much larger, better and right up to what everybody is wearing. We
lively as at Hillsboro.
Miss Pearl Hutchinson, who has WmLipton
have given this department especial attention and can offer you a great
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variety to select from. Just glance over these:
Roberts of this place, returned to her J J H H Wescott,
home in Rainier, last week.
Roy Knapp made a fly mg trip to
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Dilley Wednesday night, returning Geo
Thursday morning to Camas, Wash., R Beamish " “ " . . . 2 20
where he is employed in a paper mill. Peter Gotlieb “ “ “ ... 2 6o
The United Artisans of Dilley in Chas Lampkin “ “ “ ... 2 IX)
stalled the following officers on Tues Wm Neison “ “ “ ... 2 00
day, July 2nd: B. A. Hoskins, Master E L Abbott ............... ... 2 20
Artisan; Mrs. A. Briggs, SuDt.; Mrs. R Waggoner, meals jurors .. 1 7<
Chas. Scheese, Inspecter; Mrs. F. M. Hillsboro Com Bank R & H .. 824 95
Tupper, Sec’y; A .P Tupper, Treas.;
J. R. Simpson, Master Ceremonies; J W Goodip, salaiy.............. 69 43
Claud Wilkes, Sr. Conductor; Mrs. J. I W Sewell sup salarv. . . . . 37 50
W. Pollock, Jr. Conductor; A. Briggs, A Bunning, R and H ..........
Warder, Mrs. S. F. Van Meter, In J J Krebs, sup sal................. 13 75
structor; S. F. Van Meter and Mrs. J. H L Flint “ “ ................. 12 50
B. Kuhns, Field Commanders, and E C Brown, coroner’s fee... . 21 90
The men too all always looking for something cool.
Clyde Pechin, Past Master Artisan. Dr E H Brown “ phys.... . 5 00
The assembly has added ten to its Thos Lyons
We have it. Anything for
membership during the last six months. Tony Papas
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E H Green
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F F Murray, juror.................
The S. P. Company’s Jap. crew has Herman Pamperin, juror. ..
for some days been putting new ties Isaac
under the track in the station yard G A Kempfer,
An unusual amount of improving, F J Bailev, health officer. .. . 90 1 (XI
in the way of house painting is being Beall & Co, R and H ........... . 27 00
done in our city this summer. White W J Butner, sal etc............. . 31 20
seems to be the favorite color. Some John Nyberg, sup sal........... . 12 50
new sidewalks would be very accept Wm Daniels R & H ............. 16 69
able to the walking public.
Buchanan, sal etc........ . 31 80
Dr. W. Wood has commenced work C Dr B Chas
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preparatory to erecting the new brick Dr W P Via, relief............... . . 30
store rooms. The old frame buildings, Pete Peterson, “ ............... . 45 (X)
so long a landmark, have been moved H T Bigley, justice fee . . . . 4 (X)
out, one to the back part of the lot F J Bailey
ind the other is new enroute to a loc<- Herman Aescbach “ ........
tion near the Crescent Theater.
The Fourth of July celebration was
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
quite a success and had a very large Chas
Roberts to Frederick Colfeit
attendance, probably five or six thous part ol blk
1 Tualatin $8<X).
and people being on the grounds. Mary E Robert
al to Frederick
The fireworks display was good and Colfeit part of blk 1 et Tualatin
the merry go-round and the other at Walter Hannan to Sab Mussallem
tractions were patronized until a late tract in sec 4 t 2 n 4 w $75.
hour at night.
Nancy I. Banks et al to Nute Harper
8 blk 2 Banks $160.
COUNTY SEAT NEWS LETTER. part M of J lot
Kinney To J W Shute part of
(Continued From Pa^e One.'
sec 28 t 2 n 3 w $950.
T S Sutton et al to J. W. Moore et
ux part of sec 18 t 2 s 2 w $38<X).
—Ladies’ hand turned patent leather
Albert N Meier and Alice C Larson. M Damond to John McGill et ux to
oxfords, plain toe. Bailey’s Big Store.
lot 12 in Ladd & Reed's add to Beav
erton and other land $2550.
It is all smooth sailing when you place a Liner Ad
in this column. A few words here will reach 5,000 the highest price for Mohair and Wool
Thompson Bros, lumber. . ..f 37 98 A. G. Hoffman to W C Kertscn lot
readers and the results are certain. 5c line 1st
Insertion, 2Vj cents each subsequent insertion.
Bushong & Co, sta...............
40 1 and 2 blk 9 South Park add Forest
Minimum charge 10 cts.
—Take your Mohair and Wool to
is now the order of the day C A Cavell, cruising............ 430 00 Grove
FINE WORK DONE CHEAP — PRICES “ W ANTED —Salesmen. Many make Hoffman and Allen Co.’s for highest and Haying
J Woods to Joseph Vermilyea
help is scarce.
1 acre in W B Chatfield d i e t 1 s * w
- - - 10c Drawer! - - 8 to 15c 3100 to $150 per month, some even prices.
w h ¡ft it. *fc.rf
10c White Waists - 10 to 20c
—Th e Cash Bargain Store, the place The Misses Sundamyer of Dilley, H H Hawley, “ “
5 60 $800.
hite Skirts - 10 to 50 Underskirts - 15 to 25c j more. Stock clean; grown on reserva to get Indies’ waists, wrappers and ki were the guests of the Misses Schmale R Rubols, roads.....................
1 50 R W Airey to L T Moffitt part of J
1 50 H Walker d 1 ct 2 s 3 w $450.
advanced weekly. Choice of territory.
Miss Mamie Bosley is assisting Mrs. Beall & Co, drill, quarry.. .. 256 50 Mary A Sias to Hubert V Whitney
J e n ’s White Vests 10 15c Pants . . . . - 25c | Address Washington Nursery Company,
. . . . 10 20c Dusters
- - 15 20c
3 75 part of lot 10 Firwood farm (6.11)
They contain new creations in skirts S. Ridgely with her household duties Briggs Bros, roads.................
K r e ls
20c Dor. Napkins - - 20c Dor. I Toppenish, Washington.”
for a short time.
3 00 acres $14<X).
D McCamish, courtyard. . . .
of all kinds.
The following articles 50 c per dor. Pillow Cases.
5 00 Ben Janeway to Mary J. Janeway
I k Sheets, Table cloths, Night Gowns. Women’s
Mr. and Mrs. LaMont spent several Anderson Bros, state cases..
FOR SA LE. —Thoroughbred regis
drawers. Underwear, Aprons and Corset Covers.
27 lots 12 3 and 4 blk 4 Sherwood $81X).
tered heifers. Out of the herd of dairy
medium high heel the latest daughter, Miss Bessie.
F C Orth to J Buckley tract adjoin
traveling exp. . . .
f a d f k Avenue
Forest Grove cattle which have the highest test in oxfords,
Forest Grove on East $1(KX).
the county. Address box 16 R. r . D.
O. C. Schofield has rented the farm J E Morback, roads............. 15 80 Nels
J Stone to M A Shaw 30 a in
1 s 2 w $21<X).
quarters boxing cloth top, very neat cattd by Mr. McGeary.
to William Holl lots
— 150 Goats for sale—Must reduce Oxfords at Bailey’s.
We understand that Allen Dilley was D B Reasoner, Scholls bridge 1777 94 31 to 36 blk H. 14 Lee West
number. In lots of 10—Wethers 31.65, i — At Bailey’s, for ladies’ hand sewed quite bady injured at Mr. Schofield’ J H Hensley, roads............... 20 00 $1.
nannies 32.40 per head—In lots of 30 goodyear welt, patent leather oxfords. yesterday where he was helping withs Thos Sain, sup sal................. 18 75 S L Wirth to J D Wirth 5J a in 62 s f
to 50, wethers $1.55, nannies $2.25 Cuban heel, Blucher cut.
A B Todd, " " ............... 20 00 1 s $800.
per head. At Walnut Grove Farm,
W W Lewis “ " ...............
7 50 J W Shute to F M Heidel part of
5j miles southeast from Gaston, 10j
50 secs 14 and 23 t 3 n 4 w (220 a) $1.
miles south from Forest Grove.—Bar machinery in the Miles Purdin shop on Mrs. DeMoss is a daughter of Rev. and Big Four Lbr Co, “ . . . 45 30
F M Heidel et al to C W Mcgee
First avenue and installed a gasoline Mrs.J.Hall.
nett Y. Roe.
as above $1.
General woodwork and turn- i
We compound our prescriptions from F or RENT—40 acres l j miles engine.
automobile from Portland, with John McClaran, sup sal........ 37 50 W J Clarke to Mary A Clarke lot 7
ing. Artistic Mission furniture to or five An passengers,
passed through here Beall & Co, rock crusher........ 1275 30 Gray Oak Sub-division (6 ja) $1.
the purest and freshest drugs obtain- south of Dilley. Inquire Geo. Buck der and cabinet work a specialty.
Thursday, on its way to Gales Creek on 0 F Cooke, powder .............
8 55 Wm Shields to Chas Hall 160 a in
ingham at Dilley.
—During Haying and Harvest Goff a fishing trip.
W H Wilson, relief...............
80 secs 13 and 24 t 2 n 6 w $1(X).
Brothers will be in their store till 9 The lowe- logging camp of the A B Davis, assessing............. 27 4 00
Jos Gubser to John C Gubser part of
FOR SALE—A light hack and cart o’clock
33 t 2 s 2 w 61000.
in good condition. Corner Third St. etc.
Co to Louis F Gillot rt
and Fourth Ave. J. W. Sherwood. 2t —Bring your wool and mohair to us. one of the crew.
Beall & Co, roads................. 24 89 ux lots 14 and 15 Ashbrook farm
We will give you the most for it.— Dr. A. Schoch arrived from Chicago Conzelman Bros, lbr............. 12 25 $2540.
—Wanted—A guitar instructor to Baile;/s.
.Mrs. Woodbury, exam’ing-board 9 00 Nelson P Wheeler et al to Wm H
last Thursday to visit with his brother, Blanche
teach a young girl.—M. H. Dixon,
9 00 White 2035. 63 secs 11, IS, 16 and
— Try David’s wine; l£ miles Mr. Schoch. He expects to return to L Dixon Rice
9 00 22 (20.35 a) $71,<XX).
M you want TOILET ARTICLES
nortjhwest of town.
Glas- & Prudhomme, sta. . . . 18 90
The Revival Meeting).
— If you have some old pieces of
Beali & Co, roads.................. 10 60
and supply every need
I fur niture you expect to throw away, Guy Hoover made a short trip to HV tio Independent, print. 16 25 Rev. Kellems and Prof. Davis have
—Groceries—Hoffman & Allen.
F E lartrampf, roads........... 17 66 been greeted with good sized audi
, IJON’T do it. Take it to C. A. Hoyt. Dilley last week.
Lincoln, bridges. . . .. 616 89 ences every evening since they began
Mrs. J. M. Umphlette of Amity, W G le Prescott,
—Ladies' white canvas oxfords in the
cruising......... 380 00 their revival tent meetings last Friday
R B Brown, roads.................. 18 00 night at the comer of Third Street and
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY Briggs.
John Kassabaum, roads........ 25 65 First Avenue South.
—Money to loan on farm security.
Forest Grove Time Table
Paul and Robert Brown of Amity, Ole
" ......... 22 75 Prof. Davis is the evangelist!” singer
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
are spending a few days with relativ s H L Olson
“ ......... 38 90 and has a voice full of power arid ex
—Hoffman & Allen for good goods No>. 7 drparts 6:* 5 a. m., arrive* at Portland 8:00 a. m.
225 00 pression and beautiful tones. Every
N o. 1 “ 8 .4 /* . m .
10:20 a. m.
and lowest prices.
H. A. Hubbert and family spent the J W Connell, expenses. . . . . 24 10 evening he preceeds th” sermon with
| N o - 9 “ 1-J0 P m..
2:50 p m.
m.. “ “
5:50 p. m. Fourth in Portland, returning home The Argus, printing ...........
11 00 a solo and the singing of the quire i
— We have always paid the high- N o. 1 " 4:16 p. SOUTH
05 under his direction.
est for wool and mohair.—Bailey’s.
No. 2 lv. Portland 7:30 a. m. lv. Forçât Grove 9:00 a.
No. B “ ** 1100 a. m . ar. *‘ “ 12 20 p. m.
50 Rev. Keilems is Professor in oratory '
4:10 p. m., lv. “ ** 5 40 p. m.
It has been several years since the f No.
35 28 at the Eugtne Divinity School and is a
No . J 0 “ “
5 20 p. m., ar “ *’ 6:40 p. m. Marion, spent a few days with her sis F W Livermore, bridges. ..
^ —Dr. ’j’ H. Brown, Physician and cherry
have been so heavily
ter, Mrs. H. A. Hubbert last week, Victor H Lirr.beri relief. . . . . 20 00 splendid speaker. He has c> ct. -ted
1 t / o i moatV? and all electrical ap- loaded as trees
going on to Corvallis Thursday morn G W Barnes, assessing......... 45 00 the lecture platform and ha , an i n
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h i e » e Calls answered berries are very thick in the moon- W. E. COMAN, General freight and ing.
where she expects to make her A J Roy, poor farm ............. 108 00 dance of ready wit which he uses
'nj-thin* to h
4 02 freely.
Reeves & Reeves, relief. . . .
1 Uass* nger Agent. Portland.
i "Sto« whiiu.
m. e tT
ns jic 'J E
¿ lth i
j Persian Lawn, French Lawn, Cobweb Checks, Printed Silk Chiffon,
ladras, Dotted Swiss, Muslin, Picarlie, Vassar Batistes, Mercerline Silks
“ Good line of Summer ginghams in Toile du Nord and the A F C s.
M e n ’s F u r n i s h i n g G o o d s
All the way from head to foot
MAN, BOY, YOUTH
Summer vests all patterns all
prices from $1.50 to $3.00.
Negligee shirts all sizes from 50c
to 2.25. Hats all kinds, sizes and prices, good but cheap, Sox, im-
HOFFMAN (St, ALLEN
te l ill
C. P. MILLER
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