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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1907)
H. G. King, a former real estate
man of this city but now farming in
the Kansas City neighborhood, was
doing dusiness in this city Monday.
HRST NATIONAL BANK
Forest Grove, Oregon
downev, Norval Adkins, and Misses
Maud Buxton. Minnie Myers, Doliie
Hmman. Mrs. Hines was awarded
Oliver Corl was up to the tunnel at
— Those wishing surgical veterinary
work done should see O. P. Eldridge ! Buxton Sunday. If he had as nice a
immediately as he soon leaves for Ari time as the college glee club when
they went through the tunnel going to
zona. Hughes phone 4325.
p. , j Wasco County a couDle of years ago,
General Banking Business Transacted
Mrs. Knapp and sons Roy and
ar ’ 1 it must have been delightful.
who have been visiting with Mr. and
Directors: R. M. Dooly. J. E. Loomis, H. C. Wortman,
A. S. Venen. the jeweler, has moved
Mrs. G. H. Briggs at Dilley, returned
Frank E. Dooly, R. M. Dooly, Jr.
to their home in Camas, Wash., Tues his new location in the Paterson build- j
ing. H e has a splendid location and !
1 space and when his furniture arrives
— Miss Kirkwood will have her from the east his shop will be a valua
millinery on display in Bailey’ s store ble addition to Pacific Avenue.
from now on. But a special lot of hats
The Buckmaster family who have [
will be on display the fore part of next
been stopping at the Forest Grove H o-I
tei all summer, left last week for a visit
Mrs. Nona Miller Jennings of Gold
L H U jfh lin M o t e l
in Roseburg. From there they will ;
M O N D A Y
go to Redlands, Calif. Mr. Buck mas-1
relatives and friends in this city. Mrs.
W L D .N liJ S I iA V
ter is an extensive owner of orange i
T hone Rain 709
The Washington County Veteran’ s '
F. M. Robinson, Dr. McCorkle and
which was to have met in
Billy O’ Brien of Portland, passed
passed through here last week en route 1 Hillsboro October 3rd has been post-
George Hamblin of Haywood, went to Wilson River on a hunting and fish poned to the 17 of O ctober on account
of the Hillsboro carnival.
By order of !
Photographs up to Chehalis last week to get equip ing expedition.
the president of the Association, R. W . |
are of all kinds
In a couple or three weeks O. P. McNutt.
Rev. Harry Krieder of Multnomah Eldridge and family will move to Ari
R. J. Hendricks, owner of the Salem
but one kind, how County, was visiting with his mother zona. They want the news from here
was in the city Sunday and
eve1, and that’ : and his sisters here Sunday.
and of course will take The News
made this office a very pleasant call.
the best. Where
Miss Lulu Palmateer of Hillsboro, when they get to their new home.
Mr. Hendricks is a graduate of the
ge’ spent Sunday with her friend, Mrs
— Mrs. O. P. Eldridge, who lives | University of Oregon and has been
That’ : Will Hardtrampf of this city.
on Fifth avenue between Third and
easy: Just call an}
A surprise party was given Mrs. J. Fourth streets, has a lot of splendid connected . ith the Statesman for sev
Ume at our
H. Hartley by her friends Saturday. canned cherries and other fruits for eral years.
very enjoyable time is reported.
Mrs. S. A. Wetterborg and son, H ,
sale. Hughes phone 4325.
D. Wetterborg of Portland, were visit
P. W. Watkins of Gaston, will hold I
The Colts now have fond hopes of
and we’ ll show yot
ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs
an auction sale on his place, October
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pictures takm b\
Grovc hiving Johme Drew with them next Archie Bryant, in this city Sunday.
9. He will then move to the
year. His matchless pitching at Sa
us and why the1
Mr. Wetterborg is employed by the
Mrs. Gertrude Marsh Hall of Clats-
lem won two games and also won—
excel. You warn
Honeyman Hardware Company.
kanie, and Mrs. Fred Marsh have been
your m o n e y ’ :
well, he will likely be back next year.
visiting at the home of Prof. W. Marsh.
Archie Bryant, of the Pacific Art
worth when you
Jam s Nichols, deputy game warden,
— Girl 14 or 15 years of age wanted .
, Studio, was in Poitland Monday and
pay for a dozei
photos. We givi to work for board and go to school. r“ « 11? t0°< a c o ^ le of bovs ‘ ° task got some fine ideas as to the photo
for killing China pheasants out of sea-1
graphic work from an Eastman Kodak
it to you. Have Good home. Inquire at this office.
son. T h e /p le a led guilty and payed j
demonstiator of plates and paper. The
Lost— Open face gold plated watch
their fines which aggregated about
Eastman man will be out in about ten
with chain attached. Finder please
days to do som e of his work.
Mrs. Henry Kirry and family have !
The many friends o f Mrs. Will
E. P. W . Harding of Gaston, attend
rlaines will be glad to hear that she j moved to this city from Rainier and ed the college reception Friday even
passed through the operation well yes
ing. H e has left for the Agricultural
; Kirrys are friends of Prof, and Mrs. ;
college at Corvallis where he is study
l Wilkerson, and the children will be in |
Miss Wanda Todd who graduated
H e is president of the
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C I T Y
rom the Forest Grove High School
student body there and one of the star i
last June has registered in Tualatin
Dr. Whitney came here from Chicago ! football players in the A ggie bunch. , í
H. W. S p a r k s , l o c a l editor .
where he has been practicing dentistry
Am ong the many new people that
Thomas Hollister, for many years a for the past two years. He will form a
A. C. Alexander was doing trading resident of this city but now of Uni partnership with Dr. Pollock and they i are takinK advantage of the last few
in town jesteiday.
versity Park, was visiting friends in this will occupy rooms in the new bank : davs by subscribing for The News for
One Dollar per year are:
Miss Nellie Hall is attending the
Thatcher of this place; Fred Berry ol
Frank Dickey and wife of Eugene,
P. S. Ulm who has been living with
Academy this year.
Cedar Canyon; Mr. Pollock of Dilley,
have been in the city the last few days his family at Gaston has moved to San
Chester Cowler of Giston, was in j looking for a place with a view of Jose, California, for Mr. Ulm’ s health. and many others.
the Grove last week.
He is troubled with heart failure and
J. W. Shute, of Hillsboro, has b e
Win Ridgeley brought a fine bunch says that he is much better in a south gun suit in the circuit court of Lane
Bud Watson was a Portland visitor
county against D. M. C. Gault, of Cot
o ' potatoes into this office the other ern climate.
the first of the week.
tage Grove, to recover the sum of
j day. 14 dandy spuds were clinging
Ralph Dugan who formerly lived in
M ss Kate Shannon returned from to the same vine.
8412, alleged due on a promissory
Yamhill County Sunday.
p „ ,i
■ practlunS nota, together with intesert at 8 per
Wilson Miller’s mother of Seattle,
W. A. Clapp of Thatcher, was doing spe it a few days with her son who is in dentistry in Portland, was in this city cent and 875 attorney’ s fees.— Guard,
Rose City Eugene
business in town Monday.
the academy, and attended the recep after a short trip with his brother, Bob, I
Raliegh and Charlie Walker were tion F'tiday night.
\ — Just two more days left to Pur-
Portland visitors this week.
Miss Grayce Paine of Lebannon, re
The reception given the new stu- cbase tbat P'ano in. as Eiiers positively
Miss Lillian Hyde was visiting with gistered in the Academy today. Miss dents of P. U. by the Y. M. C. A. i close their saIe on September 28th
Paine formerly lived here with her
her parents in this city Sunday.
was a decided success. There were J better buy now tban Ip wa>! until they
mother and sister.
some enthusiastic and interesting talks are g0.ne and tben w‘ sb you bad, as
Rollo Peterson and Frank Meresse
Mrs. L. F. Foster and daughter, given by Messrs Bates, Ferrin, Folsom, you
never get another such an
went fishing one day this week.
Miss Laura, left last week together Orr and others.
’ opportunity. Call at The Bazaar store
— Hoffman & Allen Co. are agents with Mrs. Lizzie Payne, (or a visit at
Beginning Octorber 1, the postage
her home in Tacoma.
«r mi for the famous Butterick patterns
on foreign first class mail matter will
Dr. C. L. Large reports a son weigh- j
Edward Rustin ol Portland, has pur
Mrs. O. B:own and Gordon were
be five cents for the first ounce and 3 ing 144 ounces born to the wife of!
thfL Crov I cen ts for each succeeding ounce, ‘ in Frank Watrous of this place last Tues
place. The sale was made through stead of five cents per half
Mr. Gray, the pioneer blacksmith of
ounce day night. Parties desiring the attend-1
Staehr and Verhovcn.
straight as now.
I) lley was seen on our streets yester-
ance of Dr. Large in this class of cases i
Lair Gregory of the Pacific Mental
A. J. Ptideaux visited friends in this wi" Rreatly oblige him if convenient,:
His trips by ene aSinK bis services two or three
Mrs. M. L. Vincent and Mrs. Sar- i Worker, Harry Davis’ new publication, j city Thursday of last week.
geant of Gales Creek, were in the etty ! was ln the city Friday and attended | punctuate time almost as fast a ' those : raontbs prior to the expected event
Ilhe cnbeKe reception.
W. B. Shively used to make, and For-
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I have just laid in one of the best lines of
Fall Clothing for
M en, B o y s a n d Youths
This season’s styles are beauties and will
satisfy the most fastidious. This is the best
place to buy your new suit for fall and win
» »a a - y r i.v q n n ;
Nice Cool Press Got ids
Dimity and lawns of all kinds.
A new shipment of trimmings, the very best that money
will buy. Laces and embroideries.
Big stock of
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Miss Jessie Donaldson of Hillsboro,
was the guest of friends in this city
Also the finest line of groceries in town.
Everything guaranteed or your money refunded.
Get your fruit jars— Mason and Economy— from us.
A BRÄHA M B R ( )S
JA M E S
FLOUR and REED
Forest drove, Ore.,
Facific A ve.
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BEHNKE-'WALKER STUDENTS SUCCEED. WHY?
They are trained f ir business in a business-like way.
> laced 351 pupils into lucrative positions during last year.
W hy not enroll in a reputable school that places all o f its graduates?
SEND FOR C A T A L O G U E
H. W. BEHNKE, Pr#s,
T I HI H O O K
I. M. W ALKER. Prln.
S T ()R E
f st Grove had h e « « look out lest she own IraH am ntnn wi
“ a ?W
1 Hampton will tell you. A few
Fine Line LOCAL and OREGON POST CARDS, 25c doz
riage of Mrs. Anna Byroads of this city, lose another daughter
day» ago he was using some of that
to Captain G. W Peters of Portland
New Folder with 16 views; special 60c dozen.
Myers 0 Dilley, and 70 years j liquid to clean the furniture in the I
Wednesday, October 2.
old picked 328 lbs. of hops at Fred j Pool room and had quite a quantity
Mr. McNamee of Dilley, was shak
m . 0 .
Harris yard one day last week w hile! poured out. As he leaned ovet h e '
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ing hands with old friend, in the Grove
r' f uU/
meeting ol the Women of Woodcraft Uias. bchecse of the same place picked ! stepped on the head of a match and
| occu-s and an entertainment and gen- 330 pounds in one day. These are p o o f! ! ! — went the gasoline to the
— Light Packing Co. Cider Mill at
— Ladies’ white canva» oxfords in the
considered record breakers.
ceiling and Ira was enveloped in the
Mark Cox, a thrifty farmer of Gales eral big time i, expected.
Cornelius, are accepting apples
for latest styles at Bailey’ s.
’ •» I Creek, was doing business in this city
Mrs. A. B. Caples entertained the flames for a moment. His hair and
Mrs. Anna Byroads has purchased the 500 Club Monday. Those present e>'cbrows were singed and his face was pressing on shares on Tuesdays, and
— M oney to loan on farm security.
are buying apples any day in the week.
house of Mrs. N. J. Walker, at the were Mesdames Charles Hines, C. O. blistered to a turn.
W. H . H ollis. Forest Grove.
— Dr. Lowe, the well known octilo corner of Fifth street and Fourth . ve-
Ind. Phone No. 725.
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Roe, W. Goff, Mayne Abbott, John
Trespass Notices for sale at this
opticion, wil be in Forest Grove, Octo nue. Consideration 8600.
Charles Hubbert was doing business
Macrum, A. U. Marsh, Wilbur McEI- 1 office.
— W e buy wool and mohair at the
ber 8 and 9.
in this city Friday.
highest prices.— Bailey.
| On account of ill health. Mrs. Wil-
H og e Sexton of Portland, was visit- bur McEldowney has turned her vocal
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Sex- class, both at North Yamhill and here
over to Miss Kate Shannon.
D ick Holsier of David’ s Hill was in
George Carleton and Frank Hinman
the city Friday of last week, laying in a have returned from BidweU’ s hob yard.
supply of provi sions.
They were tendered an ice cream
treat by Mr. Bidwell Sunday.
Misses Susan and Sadie Crang o(
Astoria, have been visiting with their
Paul Baker returned last week from
mother, Mrs. Crang.
Astor a where he has been “ doing ®
Frank Wright of Scoggins Valley, the country for views and scopes, and
he report, a land offi. e business.
was shaking hands with old friends on
our streets Monday.
Will R e fo ld s who has been con
ducting a Jewelry shop at Newberg for
Mrs. W . H . Ringle and children of
the past three years, has sold out and
Hillsboro, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G.
1 15 now ,00^lnR for a new location
C . Thom as ;n this city.
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China Ph:asant Shooting Opens!
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ce loss of strength, nervousness, are all du * to thinness of the blood.
** -Iron-Tone makes rich, red blood.
For Sale by all Druggists. Price 50 cents.
Let us send vou our littli
booklet, "R en ew Your Vitality,” which tells you what IRO N -TO N E is and
what it will do.
You can have it for the asking.
Address GROVER MEDICINE CO., YVoodbum, Ore.
1 Dr. (L M. Kinnev, house physician
Mr. Dunham of th • Pt rt'an i Paper o f the C k x x I Simaritan Hospital of
Mills will soon assume the management Portland, was visiting at the home
o f the Forest Grove Hotel.
j James Buxton Saturday and Sundav.
A m m unition.
W e have ju st received over
2 0 ,0 0 0 shells, all new and finest loads.
W e have a large assortm ent o f Guns and
W inchester take-down shot guns, $ 2 1 .6 0 ; Single barrel guns
from $5 up; Double barrel guns from $ 1 3 up to $ 1 0 0 .
F o re s t G ro v e