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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1907)
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shows what his money has been ever. Philadelphia North American.
used for and how trustworthy Calling it the world s baseball cham-
Published every Thursday by The this wildcat concern really was. |
seems usomewha* K™luitou)s’
seeing that no other part of the world
Washington County Publishing Co.,
The country is prosperous and ^ ^ sljghtest disposition t0 contest
th is c o m p a n y w as ta k in g advan- it _ p hiIadelphia Inquirer.
Entered at the post-office at Forest
tage of the depositors and using ^
^ ^oped that the divorce suit i
Grove, Oregon, as second class
their money with which to make against Senator Platt will not divert h is,
Subscription $1.50 Per Year themselves rich. The only re-; mind from his official duties, or the
Advertising rates made known on
d e e m in g feature left, is th e a s- Senate may do something the express
sistance offered the depositors companies do not like.—Philadelphia
Official Paper of City of Forest Grove by W.
M . Ladd, whom until Le d ^er-
It may be true tnat Senator Tillman
a few months ago w as a director
poet, as a writer alleges, but his
A. E. NOURSE....................MANAGES
J. F. W o o d s ............................... e d i t o r of the concern.
pitchfork speeches in the senate and
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1907
his nigger-killling harangues on the
The ordinance covering the lecture platform don’t sound like
replacing of plank walks as they poetry.—Kansas City Journal.
rot away, with cement, in the
It is too bad that Major General
busjness section is a good one, Shatter was not spared to take part in
tbe bme ^he entire block the present cross-country military
on ^ ain street is completed— jaunts for officers who usually do their
judging from w}iat already has riding practice in a rocking chair or a
hammock -—New York Tribune.
done— the curbing will
It is now said that President Roose
have about the aijgnment of a velt is going to make all the fat ad
Kentucky rail fence.
mirals climb up a mast to prove their
efficiency in seamanship. This ought
to bring a big revenue to the govern
As the Christmas time ap-
proaches the merchant naturally
locks for a big trade, and he is
also looking for a medium
through which to get that trade.
The News has to offer, as is
well known, the best medium in
this section. It is read by the
largest number of people and it
is read because its columns teem
with all the news all the time.
King Edward has been passing ment at 25 cents a ticket.— Philadel
The News stands ready to prove ‘ much of his time at Balmoral playing phia Telegraph.
these assertions; its subscription croquet. There is the strenuous life
PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES.
books are open for inspection to ior you,—' Chicago News,
RITA MACRUM ,
N E LLIE JO H N SO N
Asst. E ditor.
anyone seeking advertising in
It i* reported that 20, in * 1* pounds of
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punes have been ordered for vict-
lts columns, and we respectfully
uahng the Pacific fleet. That ought
n vite any merchant to satisfy
make the m et feel like fighting.—
himself of these facts. W e are j Washington Post,
willing to make affidavit, show
j n the humble opinion of Raisuli,
our postoffice weights cr have w io is just getting 8150,000 for Caid.
you count the papers. W e be- MacLean, whom he recently bagged,
WEEK BUYS IT
This hi^h class drop head sewing machine bought by us in
large quantities, thus enabling us to sell them at a very low
$60 machine for $25
W e will send this machine to your nearest railroad station
with freight prepaid for $ 3 . 0 0 and $ 2 . 0 0 in monthly in
stallments till $ 2 5 . 0 0 is paid us.
Why send east or to Portland when you can buy at home
just as cheap.
Sole Agents for the White Sewing Machine in Washington County.
Th e Paris Millinery Parlors
Latest styles in hats. Nice line of caps just arrived,
all sizes and prices. Remodeling a specialty.
M is s e s S p e ish a rt
T h om p son
Mrs. Luce visited the Fourth and
Fifth grades Monday.
Marinda Van Doren from Mrs. Luce's
room, has been absent on acceunt of
BRO T H ERS
Forest Grove, Or.
The question for you to answer
Can 3 ” ■
Their 0#n Lite insurance?
Are what you will
Mr. Walker gave an interesting talk
on China to the pupils of the upper
In reality there are or.ly two parties j
in Louisana is child’s grades last Friday.
who can carry any risk.
lieve everyone has the right to I bear huntin* in
play. —Lou'sville Courier- Journal.
First is the Life Insurance Co.,
Vivian Norton, who has been absent
know what he buys. W e’ve got
Association or Club.
Do these people who are attacking from school on account of a broken
tie circulation, that’s why we
the family, or those depend
Senator Hopkins for being friendly to arm is back again.
for support and protec
Reed Smoot forget that he has a letter
The new pupils who have entered
Mrs. Jean Morris Ellis is certainly tion. Let the
from President Roosevelt approving school are: Roy Devlin, Tenth grade
The failure of the Title Guar
living up to the splendid press reports
his course?—Century Magazine.
Pearl Ingles, Eighth grade; Elma Wat
she has received over the country, for
antee & Trust Company of
A fire barrier is being built aiound kins, Sixth grade; Ruby Ingles, Fi.th
her lectures and work on phrenology carry yours.
Portland, last week, should be a the Wall street district in New York. grade; Willie Ingles, Fourth grade.
Why? Fiist, because it is Life I n - 1
and psychology. On the first night,
lesson to the man of small de This, however, will not prevent people
Mr. La Ford, the instructor of man Tuesday, despite the show in town surance at actual cost.
posits. By this exposure it from burning their just the same as ual training at the Mt. Tabor school
Second, because it is on safe and
which had advertised several days pre
and the Portland East Side school, will vious, the Christian Church was filled, sound business principles.
organize classes in our school next and her auditors pronounce her an ex
The Mutual Protection Club does
Saturday. For the present it is not pert in her line, and a very [Teasing not offer you something for nothing
possible to secure an instructor during speaker. Last night she had a still but it does offer you protection for the
the school days of the week. The larger house. She speaks again Friday least possible cost consistent with
program will be as follows: Nine to and Saturday evenings.
ten of the High School boys; ten to and phrenology is something that the
eleven Eighth grade boys; eleven to people are interested in and they are
twelve, one division of Seventh grade anxious to hear her lectures. She is
one to two, division of Sixth and Sev at the Laughlin where she can be seen
Men or women who think they
entb; two to three, a second division by those wishing information in her
carrying their own Life Insurance,
of the Sixth and Seventh.
positively are not. They compel their
In a physiology test given in the
Rust is worse than wear. Let Corl family or loved ones, to carry it.
Sixth grade last week, one of the ques
& Son clean your bike.
tions was—describe the eye?
answer was: The eye is round; on the
Prizes for Best Essays.
Again let the Mutual Protection
outside is a coat called sclerotic that
The Oregon Society of the Sons of Club carry it, as it will pay your
Or would the intimacy of marriage reveal opposing tastes and aspiration s, likes or is white; the next coat is black; it
the American Revolution offers prizes beneficiary promptly the sum of money
ilittliluw th a t would render < oniestic felicity iin]>< »ssihle
called chloroid. The next, the inside
to the pupils of the public schools of agreed upon in your contract with
coat, is called the retina. The inside of
Don’t foil to liear
the State of Oregon, for essays on sub it.
the eye is filled with a fluid called va
Ask to have plan explained direct.
jects connected with our War for Inde
rious humor. There is a little passage
M utual P rotection C lub ,
into the eye where the optic nerve i:
Box 306, Forest Grove, Oregon.
Prizes of $20 $15 and $5 will be
near the front of the eye is the lens
awarded for the first, second, third and
it is in layers like an onion. There is
In her e»‘lelirute<l lecture on
Your wheel should be put in proper
fourth best essays written on anv of
a little thing near the front filled with
for winter. Corl & Son can do
the following subjects: “ Washington
a fluid called agneous humor. Near
the Great Leader,” “ The flag of the
the lens are the celliary muscles. In
As it is and as it should ho. No sensational, hut practical common sense.
United Stater,” “ The Boston Tea
George W. Reed, an Oregon
Mrs. Kllis »ill explain how to tell th esi^n s «»t love in the head and face, how to front of the lens is the pupil and iris. Party,” “ The Treason of Benedict pioneer of 1853 and Rogue River Val
tell a flirt, a jealous minded nr a real lov.ng, motherly person; will explain court- The iris is the color of the eye. The
iev Indian war \eteran, died at the
s lips wrong and right, and how to manage your mother-in-law . ('ouples paired
on the stage at rinse of W*oture— match-m aking scientific, amusing, hut not binding pupil is the black we see out of. The
The essays are limited to three home of George Briggs of Dilley, last
kind of a crystal over the eye is called
thousand words each, must be written Wednesday and was buried in the For
A dm ission 2.F» C en ts.
in the student's own handwriting on est View cemetery Friday. He was
one side only of the paper, and ac 73 years of age and was born in Ten
Card of Thanks.
Phrenological Examinations given daily in her parlors ¿t the
bv a certificate of the nessee where he lived until moving to
Laughlin Hotel, from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.
and services were so kindly tendered writer's teacher, stating that the writer Oregon. He settled at Dilley and re
Don’t miss this chance to have your character read by a truly us during the illness and death of our is a pupil in a designated class and sided there permanently until enlistist-
competent phrenologist. Saturday night Mrs. Ellis will lecture friend, George W. Reed, we desire to that the teacher believes the essay to ing in the Indian war. For the past
on the Training of Children, and the Signs of Character in the extend our sincere thanks.
be the pupil's owr
naided work. five years he had lived with Geo.
Face and Handshake.
The essays must be »igned bv tl: Briggs.
M r a n d M r s . G e o . B r ig g s .
writer, giving also his or her postu;:
While driving a cow and leading a
address. They should be forwarded to F rank J. C heney m akes oa'.h th at he is senior p a rtn e r
horse across a bridge near his place in
R. I. Eekerson, Chairman of Commit- of th e firm of F. J. C heney it Co., d oing business in the
Yamhill county, J. R. Ballard, formerly
ity o f Toledo, Coun*y and S tate aforesaid, and th a t said
mittee, Room 5 Washington Building, C firm
w ill p ay th e snm of O N E H U N D R E D DOLLARS
of this place, suffered a broken leg and
Portland, Oregon, and should reach for each a nd e v e ry case of C a tirrh th a t cannot be cu ied
barely escaped with his life. The two
their destination not later than March by the use of H a ll’s C atarrh C ure.
animals were going along very ami
FR A N K J. C H EN E Y .
Sw orn to b efo re Yne and subscribed in m y p rese n c e ,
cably when all of a sudden something
Special mention is directed to our fall Dress Goods
this 6th day of D ecem ber, A. D. 1SS6.
In awarding these prizes the com
entered the head of the cow and she
A. W . GLEASO N.
Waists, Skirts and Wrapps. W e have the choicest
mittee will be governed by considera lSeaI>
fabrics and highly tailored goods. W e invite you
whirled around with a lunge. As she
H a ll’s C a ta rrh C ure is tak e n in te rn a lly , a nd a cts di-
tions of: Originality. Accuracy of State
to call and see them.
re c t’y on th e blood and m ucous su rfa c e s of the system .
whiiled the horse whirled too, slipped
ment. Manner of Treatment, Orthog Send fo r testim o n ia ls fre e .
and fell. And as the horse fell to the
F. J. C H EN EY ft C O .. Toledo. Ohio.
raphy. Syntax and Punctuaîion.
Sold by all d r u g g is ts , 75c.
bridge he struck Mr. Ballard's left leg
These prizes are offered to encour T ake H a ll's F am ily P ills for c o n stip a tio n .
breaking one of the bones above the
age love of our country and the study
ankle. The horse in his desperate at- j
of its history.
tempt to get on his feet swung off of
Any additional information which
W e can satisfy any man, boy or youth in Clothing.
the bridge upon the ground fifteen feet
mav be desired will be cheerfully fur- ,
Our stock is complete besides the prices and per
below and was instantly killed. There
nished on application to the Chairman
fect fit are both guaranteed.
was no railing to the bridge and the
of the Committee.
horse all but knocked Mr. Ballard off
C h a r l e s H C a r ey .
which would have meant death to him.
B. B. B e e k m a n ,
Mr Ballard walked home on his
I. E c k e r s o n ,
broken leg and while still pretty sore
was getting along nicely when seen by
Portland, Oregon, November 1. 1907
Joe Lenneville who visited him Sun
Guns repaired by Corl & Son. 18t4
get in Drugs, Toi
let Articles, Sta
tionery and Kodak
MUTUAL PROTECTION CLUB
Dr. Mines’ DKs?,
Ton Pa j ior Just What You Get
And Get Just What You Pay For
“Love in Dead Earnest” and be Hap-
py Together Through Life.
WHO IS CURRYING YOURS?
MRS. JEAN MORRIS ELLIS
Christian Church, Friday Night,
Tender, Juicy, Steaks
Roasts and Stews,
Sausage and Bacon
All kinds of Fresh
M A T R IM O N Y
W. F . S C H U L T Z
NELSON B. LA COURSE
TH E BIG ECONOMICAL STORE
Everybody knows that
we keep the best Meats
to be had, but this is to
remind you to give us
Saelens & Co.
List your property
“OLD R E L IA B L E ”
Edward Seymour, Mgr.