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from stable. Use land plaster daily in lime and sulphur solution spray, 3 bar
gutter and on floor.
rels lime, 770 lbs. sulphur, household
and kitchen furniture and other articles
numerous to mention.
10. Have a light, clean, well ven
tilated and screened milk room, located
Over $10, one year's time on bankable
so as to be free from dust and odors.
11. Milk utensils should be made note at 8 per cent interest. 2 per
Forest Grove Shoe Store
Only Four More Days
In w h ic h y o u can get
$ I Per Year.
W. H. HOLLIS.
The taxpayers of Washington Coun- |
ty, Oregon, are hereby notified that
the last half of their taxes for the year I
Real Estate and Corpo OFFICE over 1906, and levied in January, 1907,
Rules for Dairymen.
ration Law a Specialty. Hines' Stör« are now payable and will become delin
Instructions from the dairy division,
Forest Grove, -
1907, at which time interest at the
States department of agriculture,
rate of 12 per cent, per annum will be
charged, in addition to 10 per cent to dairymen, and which the division
penalty, which said interest will be urges should be posted in every barn
F A S H I O N S T A B L E S computed from the first Monday in where emDloyes can see them, are as
Ferait Giova April, 1907.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, August
T H E COWS.
of metal and all points smoothly sol
dered. Never allow utensils to be
come rusty or rough inside. Use
them only for handling, storing or de
12. To clean dairv uteusils, use
only pure water. First rinse the uten'
sils in warm water. Then wash in
side and out in hot water in which a
cleaning material has been dissolved,
and rinse again. Sterilize with boiling
water or steam. Then keep inverted
in pure air and sun, if possible, until
wanted for use.
MILKING AND HANDLING MILK.
13. Use no dry, dusty food just
previous to milking.
14. The milker should wash his
hands immediately before milking, and
milk with dry hands. H e should wear
a clean outer garment, kept in a clean
place when not in use. Tobacco
should not be used while milking.
15. Wipe the udder and surround
ing parts with a damp cloth immed
iately before milking.
16. In milking be quiet, quick,
clean and thorough. Commence milk
ing at the same hour every morning
and evening, and milk the cows in the
17. If any part of the milk is
bloody, stringy or unnatural in appear
ance or if by accident dirt gets into
the milk pail, the whole should be re
18. Do not fill cans in the stable.
Remove the milk of each cow at once
from the stable to the milk room.
Strain immediately through cotton
flannel or cotton. Cool at 50 degrees
Fahrenheit as soon as strained. Store
at 50 degrees Fahrenheit or lower.
19. Never mix warm milk with that
which has been cooled, and do not al
low milk to freeze.
20. A person suffering from a dis
ease, or who has been recently exposed
to a contagious disease, must remain
away from the cows and the milk.
cent off for cash. Free lunch at noon,
w. H. S t r a t t o n , Owner.
J. W. Hughes. Auctioneer. A. T.
Large Crowd Delighted.
Rev. A. J. Folsom, superintendent
of the Congregational H. M. society,
who recently served a popular pastor
ate in Omaha, delivered a splendid ad
dress at the Congregational church in
Hood River Thursday evening, on the
subject, “ Our Heritage.” He held
his hearers spellbound as he presented
his theme with earnestness and ele
gance of language.
Dr. T. C. Douglass was to have de
livered the address of the occasion,
but was unavoidably detained in Seattle.
At the close ot the services in the
church, the congregation was invited
to attend a reception at the Congrega
tional manse at which Rev. Folsom
was the guest of honor. The large
crowd that attended the social had a
royal good time under the efficient di
rection of Rev. Gilmore and wife.—
Hood River News Letter.
is a place where you can buy shoes
No mix up here
A ll S h o e s
You know Emerson says:
“ If you preach a better ser
mon, write a better book,
or make a better mouse
trap than your neighbor
though you build your
house in a wilderness, the
world will make a beaten
path to your door.’’
I guesss it’s a fact. The\
seem to be making tracks to
where you can get as gooc
shoes as can be had in th<
W. L. DOUGLAS $3.00 &
$3.50, DR. R EED S’ CUSH
(Equalization of 1907 Assessment.)
ION SO LES & A. A. CUT
To the Tax payers of Washington
T E R S heavy wear shoes.
Notice is hereby given that the with all the nove'ties in fint
Board of Epualization for Washington shoes.
County, Oregon, will convene at the
Clerk’s office at the Court house in
Hillsboro, on the 21st day of October,
1907, the same being the third Mon
day in said month and the time fixed
by law for the meeting of said Boa:d
of Equalization, which will continue
its sessions from day to day, exclusive
of Sundays and legal holidays, until
the examination and corrections and
equalization of the assessment rolls for
said year shall be completed; which
said Board will continue in session for
one month from said date, unless the
labors thereof are sooner completed.
Petitions or applications for the re
duction of a particular assessment shall
be made in writing, verified by the
oath of the applicant or his attorney,
and filed with the Board during the
first week it is bv law required to be
in session, and any petition or applica
tion not so made, verified, and filed
shall not be considered or acted upon
by the Board.
Ed Goff of Hillside, has just re
ceived another registered Holstein
which he will add to his herd. This
time he received a 3 months old heifer
calf from the Pierce Land and Stock
Company of Stockton, California. The
mother of this animal was imported
from Holland and is one of the best in
G eorge H. W ilcox ,
this country. Mr. Goff intends to
Assessor for Washington County,
keep adding to his herd until he has Oregon.
one of the best dairy ranches in this
part of the state. H e is certainly
In fact without any boasting yc
have right here in the Forest Grovt
Shoe Store as good and large an as
sortment as you will fiud in an'
town four times the size.
BUSSELL THE SHOE MAA
The citizens of the great Harm y
country have made an urgent appeel
to the prople of all parts of the State
to make a special effort to visit Bums
October 7th to 12th, when the Fair is
in session, and see the products ol
Oregon’s b'ggest county. An effort
will be made to send a delegation from
Portland. Artesian water has been
found at a depth of less than 300 feet
in Harney Valley and the people are
At least ten towns in Oregon have
established permanent exhibit rooms
at which good speci.. ens ol fruits, veg
J. w. C o n n e l l ,
1. Have the herd examined at
Sheriff of Washington County, Ore
etables and other products are shown.
least twice a year by a skilled veterina
Others are making a temporary show
rian. Promptly remove animals sus
iESTA B LISH E D IS««.)
ing on account of the large number of
Time for Closing Mails.
pected of being in bad health. Never
Forest Grove, Oregon
colonists taking advantage of the low
Following i i hours for closing add an animal to the herd until certain
A general banking business transacted
rates now on, and in each instance it
Interest paid on time deposits.
it is free from disease, particularly tu
gives the new-comers a place to con
centrate, where they are assured a wel
8 a. tn.
8 a. m.
2. Never allow a cow to be excited
Y our »on» p ro b a b ly p le a se you a s come, and as a result a large majority
12.50 p. tn.
5 p. m
fast driving, abuse, loud talking or
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a daugh w ell a s you p lea se d y o u r fa th e r.
3.30 p. in.
I f you d o n ’t look c a re fu lly u f te r y o u r locate permanently.
unecessarv disturbance; do not expose ter weighing nine pounds, born to Mr.
Greenville and Buxton, 9 a. m.
For the Best. Up-to-date Work.
n nffulrs, w ho do you Im ag in e w ill?
Gales Creek, 12:50 p. m.
her to cold and storms more than nec and Mrs. Roy Tolson of Gales, on the
Baths. Pacific A ve, Forest Grove.
A good ninny people try to a d m in is te r
H . C . ATW ELL, P. M.
20th inst. Parties wishing the attend fo rg iv e n e ss a n d p u n is h m e n t a t th e
A. I. Wirtz, Proprietor
3. Clean the entire body of the ance of Dr. Large in this class of cases, aum e tim e.
1, 1907, the
— Brick for sale at Peterson’s $7 per
A b o u t all Rome m en g e t for th e ir
cow daily; hair in the region of the ud will greatly oblige him, if convenient,
subscription price of The Washing
effo rts to be dignified is a re p u ta tio n
S . A . M o u lto n
der should be kept short by clipping. by engaging his services two or three o f h a v in g th e sw elled head.
ton County News will be $1.50 per
— Bring your wool and mohair to us.
year. This rise is due to the fact
T h e g re a te s t triu m p h fo r a boy Is
We will give you the most for it.—
that the cost of everything that
food, like garlic, cabbage or turnips to
Leading T on son allst : Bailey’s.
e q u al by boys so m e w h a t o ld er th a n
goes into th# making a.id publish
h im self.
— Brick at Peterson's yard $7 per be eaten, except immediately after
ing a newspaper has so far advanced
At the residence of W. H. Stratton,
F o re s t O ro vt
milking. Changes in feed should be
D on’t beg in to w o n d er how o th e r
that the rise is absolutely neces
Cornelius, Oregon, at 10 o’clock, on people c an affo rd so m a n y th in g s th a t
Print paper has advanced
, — Money to loan on farm security made gradually.
you c a n ’t ufford. T h a t Is a big sto p In
from time to time until now it is
R . INIXOiX, D e n t i s t I W. H . Hollis.
5. Provide fresh pure water in abun Saturday, October 19, 1907, the fol th e d irec tio n of g ro w in g e n v io u s a n d
4 j cents per pound whereas it used
— Men'« patent leather button three dance, easy of access and not too cold. lowing property, to-wit:
Forest Grove, Oregon
to be purchased for 2 cents. This
quarters boxing cloth top, very neat
W e h a v e n o tic e d th a t p e o p le w h o d o
T H E STABLES.
and other rises cannot be met
OxfoTds at Bailey’s.
O FFIC E
Three 4<yv> om m ot tfjilx y '« «tor«. Ofl
3 spring calves, cow 8 years old, fresh; e x a c tly ns th ey p lea se , w h e th e r th e ir
h n u t J ’ i fwr « A M. ■*> « P M.
without materially lowering the
— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and
cow 6 years old, fresh, No. 1; cow 3
sta- da-1 of The News which we re
as w ell ns th o se w h o a re a lw a y s tr y in g
I Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap
years old, fresh; heifer will calf Dec. to p le a se .—A tc h iso n G lolie.
frain irom doing. That the News is
pliances in office.
Calls answered storage loft, and where no other ani 22, heifer will calf March 3, ’08; heifer
one of the best country papers pub
I night or day.
mals are housed.
lished in this state goes without
T o b a c c o S m o k e P o is o n o u s .
calf eight months old, gasoline spray
It Is o fte n s a id t h a t to b a c c o sm o k e
—Roy Watkins has opened a bicycle |
saying and we feel confident that
7. The stable should be light (four ing outfit o d trucks, gasoline dray and
V eternary Surgeon. l shop
Is a p o w e rfu l g e rm icid e .
T he com
back of the Oregon Land Com- j square feet of glass per cow) and dry,
our patrons will gladly a'dde by the
circular sawing outfit on trucks com p o sitio n o f to b ac co sm o k o is co m p lex ,
rise in price which is imperative.
Office at Hancock & Gordon’s livery ] pany’s office and is prepared to do all
with at least 500 cubic feet of air plete, feed cutter, one cierd mill new, th e p rin c ip a l c o n s titu e n ts b e in g o ils o f
From now until the above date The
i kinds of work.
space per animal. It should have air 1 timber jack stump puller, 100 feet
can be had at $1 per year
s tro n g g e ru iirid o , h u t th e q u a n tity of
Calls promptly attended to Day or
and we trust that all will take ad
shoes the latest styles swing and | inlets and outlets, so arrsnged as to of hose, Bain 2 j in. single wagon, 3 in tills poison In to b ac co sm o k e Is m lu iitu
vantage of the hour and secure it
straight lasts, Blucher cut. At Bailey’s. give good ventilation without any wide tire Mitchell half truck wagon, T h e oily m a tte r w hich a c c u m u la te s In
another year at the old price.
— We have always paid the high drafts of air on cows.
new; two seat buggy, heavy single har a to b a c c o p ip e Is h ig h ly p o iso n o u s, b u t
does n o t c o n ta in a n y a p p re c ia b le q u u u
est for wool and mohair.— Bailey’s.
8. The floor should be tight and ness, two 350 egg Petaluma incubators, tity o f nico tin e, th e c h ie f c o n s titu e n t
constructed preferably of cement; the nearly new; 120 egg Chatham incuba o f th is re s id u e b e in g a v e ry p o iso n o u s
C rD U p
K now ing what It Is *• tuff*». I will f t* «
FR EE OF CH AB GS. m any a fl;c tc 4 a past*
i walls and ceilings should be tight, tor, 3 brooders, 12 in. plow, nearly oil k n o w n a s p y rid in e . T o b a c c o sm o k e
liv e eure for E c iem a , Salt Rheum . E ry tlg elaa. P U «
c o n ta in s a d e cid ed q u a n tity o f c a r
n d Skin Dtseaaea. ins tarn relief
D oa’t tu ffe r nm gm
clean and free from cobwebs, and white , new; 50 tooth steel lever harrow, 2 b o n m onoxide, w h ich Is n p r e s e r v a tiv e
W rite F W . W ilU a a a . 400 M anhattan A venue. New
H in e s, e x e cu to rs of th e e sta te o f Thom s« M H in e s, d e
T o rt
Hare as few cultivators, one 14 tooth; two 30 gal a n d w hich m u st p o ss e s s g e rm ic id a l
ceased, h a v e filed th e ir Anal rep o rt and th a t M onday, the washed twice a year.
p ro p e rtie s . O ne o f t h e p rin c ip a l c o n
But we have
JOtb day e f S ep tem b er, 1907, at 10o 'c lo c k a m. o f said dust catching ledgei, projections and
iron kettles, 10x12 tent, pair 2500 lb s titu e n ts a c c o u n tin g fo r th e g e rm ic id a l
day ie set for th e final b e a rin g o f said re p o rt. W h e re
—See Hoffman & Allen’s windows. fore a n y o n e h a v in g object tens to said re p o rt w ill flic corners as possible.
H u s tle
wagon springs, 800 pound platform p ro p e rtie s o f to b a c c o sm o k e is th e p o w
They contain new creations in skirts th e acm e in w ritin g w ith th e C ounty C ourt on o r befo re
9. Allow no dusty, musty, or dirty scale, 12 in. plow and harness, jointer, e rfu l n n tls e p tlc fo rm a ld e h y d e .—N ew
and try to mix brains with them.
of all kinds.
litter, or strong smelling material in the 50-tooth steel harrow, 12 in. steel beam Y ork H e ra ld .
CH A R LES H IN ES
Our motto i* “ keep busy" ai d
— Men’s gun metal, Blucher cut
CICERO H IN E S
stable. Haul manure to the field daily, Oliver plow, 50 strawberry crates with
“ square d ia ing.”
H it Logie.
oxfords, medium high heel the latest | E x ecutor« of th e e sta te o f Thom as M .H inee, deceased.
or store under cover at least forty feet cups, two cross cut saws, two barrels
L a n g le y k Son. A tto rn e y s
A k e e n b u sin e ss m un Isju g h t a t a
If you wish to get good farm
low p ric e a t h e a te r t h a t h a d lo n g been
lands and make i some money
u n p ro fita b le a n d by e co n o m ica l m a n
now is your time, and we are
a g e m e n t p u t It im m e d ia te ly on a p a y
the people, for we have the
in g b a sis. B u t he w a s v ery e co n o m i
H e w a tc h e d th e e x p e n s e s w ith
th e s h a n ic s t eye. T h e first m o n th 's
Who »re we? Why Just the
E . W . H a in e s B a n k
City Shaving Parlors
Dr. J. H. Knox, D, V. S,
Eczema and Pile Cure
e x p e n se a c c o u n t c o n ta in e d th e Item :
" M e a t fo r c a ts, to p ro te c t th e sc e n e ry
a n d p m [ie rtle s fro m th e r a ts ' ra v a g e s.
$2 '’ T h e p ro p rie to r s tru c k th is Item
• u t. w ritin g on th e m a rg in : “ I f th e
cat* e a t th e ra ts , w h e re fo re th e m e a t?
I f th ey d o n 't, w h e re fo re th e c a ts ? "
» ' ‘
WE HAVE NO PULL
OREGON UNO COMPANY
Fo est G rove