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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1907)
Alfred Heisler is visiting his father
and picking hops.
h u ikers of
GET YOU A HOME
$2 j OQ- - A fine home, good location, large
lot. Wou d exchange fur properly
of like value in Medford.
visited relatives on Gales Creek Sunday.
H om er Pratt of Salem, has
$y5L—Good house, well located, 7 rooms
electric lights, city water.
was jubilant when it
$'.350- Good house, well located and
large lot, plenty of fruit.
visiting his sister, Mrs.
heard the motor line was a sure ‘ g o .”
Charles Lilly returned
$800--Good home, near business, corner
to M cM inn
ville where he will attend school
$ 50— Nice lot, fair house, choice location.
$650— Lot and fair house in good location.
WANTED—Houses for tenants that are waiting
MONEY TO LOAN,
Mrs. Jacobsen is preparing to move
to Portland where she will run a board- ■
Be prepared for the ring o f the school bell.
H undley’ s
shot in the shoulder by
the children all fitted oat, carefully and thoroughly.
Don’t wait until the last moment,.
W il things.
If you want to be sure of the boys’ clothing you buy—
sure to get the kind that will serve most faithfully and
look best while it serves— we would kindly ask you to
H ave you ever tried to read, study or work with a
pair of shoes on your feet that do not fit. It is really
hard to even keep sweet. An ill-fitting pair of shoes are
not only troublesome but they will not wear halfiso long.
Here we fit your feet perfectly; give you shoes that will
aged 13, picked 265
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Did we say “ they won’t wear out?” N o but we do
say that for service they are hard to beat.
Such brands as Armor Plate, Eifel, Rough & Ready.
Sizes 6 to 10, at 15c, 20c and 25c.
Headquarters for Tablets, Slates, Pencils
and School Supplies
G o o d s S till
Judge W ood
! ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G oes O n
The talk is that the Thatcher
at the stone crusher went on a
I last week.
Friday for their old
Farthing has property t o !
FINE WORK DONE CHEAP — PRICES
* 8 to 15c
- . . 10c Drawer* -
- 10c White Waist* - 10 to 20c
White Skirt* - 10 to 50 Underskirt* - 15 to 25c
- - 2Vic
Undershirts - - - 8c Stocking*
Handkerchiefs . - 2c Collar* - - - - -
- - 25c
Men’s While V ein 10 15c Psnis -
Coals . - - - 10 20c Dusters
Towel* - - - 20c Do*. Napkin* - - 20c Do*.
The following article* 50 c per do*. Pillow Case*.
Bed Sheet*, Table Cloth*. Night Gown*. W omen’*
Drawer*. Underwear, Aprons and Corsai Cov*r*
PROPERTY % PEOPLE
Large or Small Tracts
Dairy, fruit and hay farms, hop
List your place with me and have
M. L. Noble
Office Main street, one dcor north Russell's
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Forest Grov« Tim« Tabl«
7 depart* 6:*0 a. m .t arrive* at Portland 8:00 a. m.
10:26 a. m
1:5 0 » m .
1:30». m .,
5 :5 0 » »
4 :10». m..
2 lv. Portland 7:00 a m hr. For*»t Grore 8 3« a
1 1 0 0 a. m . ar.
4 :1 0 » . m ., hr. t#
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E. C. S im pso n , Agent.
W E. COMAN. General freigh t and
Passenger A g ent. Portland.____________
For Sale— R eg i.ter.d J.rser bull,
years and 4 months old. Inquire
W. Pollock at J. F. Forbes’ ranch.
It is all smooth sailing when you place a Liner Ad
in this column. A few words her« will reach 5,000
reader* and the results ara certain. 5c line 1st
Insertion, 2\b cents each subsequent insertion.
Minimum charge 10 cts.
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A baby girl is reported at the home
The bell is now heard ringing at the ,
Thatcher school house.
com m enced Monday.
Pechin of Nebraska, will teach.
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L I I H l I
This is a move
caller at the stone crusher Monday.
right direction, we want o tr straw in
Mr. J. Farthing and family left last
Friday for their
farmers have been
moved into Mrs. Barnhard’ s house.
Prices Reduced Regardless of Cost, Remember only a few days more of
12, picked 207
Mrs. Will Gillett of Astoria, is visit-
S a le o f S u m m e r
the manure pile.
George Culver, the hop drier a t !
. ’ I Mr. B. Goff had to take his steam
Mr. Heisler s was seen the other night bojler t0 Cornelius ta t week to have a
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t .4 '
with a coflee
pot full of hot coffee
in new flue put in. He has been digging
one hand and a lantern in the other, a new well in the canyon and fixing up
i W hen asked where he was going, he his water works, a small gasoline en-
i gine does the work.
replied, ” 1 am looking for the person
Mr. John Loznes has been making
who picked so many dirty hops.”
the wood fly the past week. H e l as
his new sawing outfit set in G. Lilly’ s
slashing and is now fitting up a diag
We all wbh
Mr. E. J. Bonshu and wife made a saw to cut large timber.
him success as a wood sawing outfit is
business trip to Hillsboro Monday.
a boon to the farmers.
Mrs. A. Agrer of Portland,
Every pa ir we sell is fully guaranteed to give good
service if properly cared for no matter how low the price.
New line just in for the boys and girls. T he kind
that will make you look swell. Large line to select from.
day at Mr. Heisler’ s hop yard.
1.25, 1.50 2.00 and 2.50
season will soon be over
pounds in one day and Willie Heisler,
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50 $5.00
Norman Lilly, aged
In sizes, 8 to 12 and 12 to 2. at
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Smith of For home in Ontario. W e hope too see
est Grove made the campers at Mr. them back.
Heislers’ hop yard a pleasant call
Mr. E. Goff has lately installed a
separator in his new bam. H e wants
H op picking is progressing rapidly the milk to raise his thoroughbred H ol
STAR BRAND, JOE M
ILLER, UTZ & DUNN'S
Boys’ doubly breasted suits, in the new brown shades,
Will O ’ Brien, Fred Robinson and
If you want to see the finest garden
Dr. MoCorperel of Portland, went hunt truck going, call and see M. M ickle.
ing and fishing over on the Wilson Ri
We hid the pleasure of a visit from
the condenser man last week. Come
Mr. and Mrs. Walton of Portland again soon and tell us some more good
W e have plan
are visiting their sister Mrs. Will
Boys double breasted dark mixed 2-piece suits for
Phone 294, Forest
lia m s and picking hops at Mr.
ned for your needs and are ready to help you.
THOMAS £ HOSE
of Green Lilly.
Farmers are all busy plowing and
FOR SALE.— Thoroughbred regis
The Manning school begins Sept. sowing tares for hay.
tered heifers. Out of the herd of dairy 30.
Mrs. Goff, Sr. and daughter, Mrs.
cattle which have the highest test in
“ W A N T E D — Salesmen. Many make
A . Matthews have been visiting friends
Address box 16 R. r’. D.
$100 to $150 per month, som e even
No. 1. Cornelius.
more. Stock clean; grown on reserva-
The hotel in Buxton is now in
tion, far from old orchards.
For Rent— Tw o good farms. In
| advanced weekly. C hoice of territory.
charge of Emmett Q uick.
\ Address Washington Nursery Company, quire W . H . M cEldow ney, Forest
Tw o brothers of S. Paisley, came out
last week from Dubuque, Iowa.
Wanted— One woman to assist in
F o r R e n t o r S a l e — T ent 12x24.
Mrs. J. Mills and daughter, Lulu
kitchen work at Herrick Hall.
Inquire at Pacific Art Studio.
took a trip to Hillsboro Monday.
particulars inquire of matron.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stewart and Mr.
FOR SALE— G ood work horse well
For Sale— 4 j cords of dry fir wood Dave Breidly of Portland Sunday.
broke,and set of new work harness—
sawed in stove length. Mrs. A. Bul
never been used. On the Old Carey
Edgar Hannan will give a dance in
lock, North 4th Street.
; Porter place.
the new hall, Saturday, September 28.
Auction Sale— The undersigned will
sell at public auction on the premises
4 j miles west of Forest Grove on the
Gales Creek road, on the old Burk
place, on Saturday, Sept. 28. beginning
at 10 o ’ clock a. m. sharp, the following
j property to-wit: Nine head of horses,
one gray horse six years old, weighs
about 1400; one sorrel horse 11 years
old, 1150 lbs; sorrel mare and one
brown mare, sorrel horse nine years old,
weighs 1500; two yearling colts, two
j spring colts, 20 head of cattle consist-
mg of five milk cows three giving milk
since the first of July, two dry cows will
be fresh in D ecem ber, three com ing
three year old heifers will be fresh the
\ last of D ecem ber, eight yearling heifers,
! three yearling steers, one Champion
binder, one M cCorm ick mower and
rake, two three and a quarter Rushford
wagons, plows, harrows and other ar-
! tides too numerous to mention. Terms
of sale: All sums of $10 and less, cash.
Over $10 one year’ s time, notes 8 per
cent interest, with approved security.
Property to be settled for before be
E. H . Burk, Owner.
J. W . H ughes, Auctioneer.
For Sale.— Three good milch cows.
R. W . Traver, west end Third avenue
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bundy of Ray,
N. D ., are visiting with
J. T . Lucas.
The mother of Mrs. Sam Stowell ar
rived last Saturday having com e alone
I will offer at public auction on the
from South Dakota.
the A. H . Johnson place, about 3 j
miles southeast of Gaston and one mile j
Work was resumed M onday at the
east of Wapato station on Wednesday, ' Donald Lumder Co. which closed down
O ctober 9, the following described j during hop picking
4 Horses— 1 sorrel mare 5 years old
W . Hanlon of the P. R . & N. left
weighs 1400, 1 sorrel mar# 12 years this week for Pullman, W ash., where
' old weighs 1000, 1 brown mare 12 he will attend school this winter,
: years old weighs 1200, 1 bay horse 3
Mrs. M. Parker of Greenville came
I years old 1150, 1-2 year old, 1 sucking
Sunday to take care of her sister j
colt: 9 milch cows, 4 of these fresh. 3
2 year old heifers, 4 yearling heifers, Mrs. Charlie Peterson who is very ill.
2 steers, 5 calves; 19 hogs; 1 binder,
Mrs. John Beck of Portland, accom - ’
1 mower, 1 hay rake, 1 drill, 2 culti
panied by her two children, is spending l
vators, 1 drag harrow, 1 disc harrow, 1
disc plow, 1 roller, 1 3 i Studebaker a few days with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. i
wagon, 1 l j M ilbum wagon, 1 low N. R. West.
truck wagon, 1 fanning mill. Hay fork
Gladys and Neil Crossley who have j
and rope, 3 acres potatoes, hay and
staying with their grandfathers,
oats, 1 6-bottle milk tester, 2 14-inch
plows, 3 sets work harness; cross cut Tus Hines, left Saturday with their fa
$1090— Cottage and furniture, five
rooms and attic, two lots, chicken park
and fruit; $340 cash.
Box 131, For-
H olm an & Allen Co. will buy
est Grove, Oregon.
* llt 2
pears and apples.
For Sale— G ood h on e. Inquire o f ;
Try Schultx’ s ground bone lor
F. W . David.
It will make them lay.
saw. 1 30-gallon iron kettle, household
and kitchen furniture and other articles
too numerous to mention.
Terms of Sale:— All sums under $10
cash. Over $10, one years’
without interest if paid at maturity,
otherwise 8 per cent interest,
Free lunch at noon.
P. W . W a t k i n s , Owner.
J. W . H ughes, Auctioneer; G eo.
ther for Tacoma.
Marion Crawford took a trip back to
Denver, Colo, with her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. McElwan, who visited
few days with Lew Crawford,
Born to the wife of Green Lilly, Sept.
I 14 a daughter.
Real Estate Qo
K. N. S ta eh r
F elix V erliotven
O F F I C E TIT T H E B A X T t T f R . N E X T T O F O S T O F F I C E
Som e of this w eek's Bargains
Twenty acre farm, 4 miles
from here; 15 acres cleared,
house and barn. $ 1 3 0 0 takes it;
8500 down, balance on 6 per
Forty acre farm with
house and barn for only # 1 0 0 0 .
Good 6 room
60 acres of land, 6 miles front
Carlton with good house
barn, 25 acres in cultivation, 20
acres slashed, balance in timber.
G ood orchard with fine fruit.
Will exchange for
Forest Grove property.
Fifty-three acie farm,
house and barn 4 miles front Gas
ton; 40 acres in cultivation; bal
ance in good pasture. H orses,
cows, chickens and farm in iple-
ments go with the place.
for $3 00 0; $1800 cash, ba lance
G ood new 6-rocm house, hard
wood finish, hot and cold water,
bath a. s. f. è acre lot with beau
tiful shade trees,. G ood barn.
Thirty-eight acre fruit farm, 3
miles from Forest Grove, with
$1500 house and good newha-n.
2000 grape vines, 900 prune
trees, 100 bartlett and 300 other
bearing fruit trees. This place
will bring its owner a yearly in
c om e ol $1 80 0.
Eighty acre dairy farm, 6 miles
out with good buildings and fine
orchard. Price $4000.
Six room house with barn
( >n good corner lot for sale for
from Gales City, 23 acres cleared
of rich bottom land, balance in
timber, 4-room house and new
ham, their cost $500.
IS ton of
good hay in barn go with place.
T eleph on e in the house. Only
$ 2000 .
Kighty-acre farm, ->4 m iles
from Forest Grove, 30 acres
cleared, 30 acres slashed, bal-
ance in timber,
G ood spring by the house. I f
„ M M o ., Sep, 30. I * »
This nlace is on milk route.
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