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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1907)
FIRST N A TIO N A L B ANK
Forest Grove, Oregon
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25 . 000.00
250 . 000.00
A General Banking Business Transacted
R. M. Dooly, J. E. I.oomis, H. C. Wortman,
Frank E. Dooly, R. M. Dooly, Jr.
—See page 4 for particulars Mutu city will be glad that the members of
the Christian church have engaged his
al Protection Club.
Walter Hoge was offered a fine posi services for another year.
tion on The Dalles Daily Chronicle
last week but owing to his health had
to turn the offer down. Eegar Meresse
is now manager, editor, news editor
and so forth and so forth, and it keeps
him rustling all the time to perform all
W. J. R. Beach caught sight of a
bear on the divide between Scoggin
and Patton valleys when he was out
there Monday. His horse began to
snort and twist her head which drew
his attention to the big black bear.
The Domestic Science Club met
with Mrs. J. C. Clark Tuesday after
No harm was done to the bear.
Fine new Stock at Good Prices.
Better select now
T. J. Ott of Ashland, was here visit noon. Mrs. M. S. Allen conducted
ing his brother H. D. Ott last Friday, very ably a demonstration on cake.
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having just returned from an extensive After this followed a general discussion
trip to Virginia and eastern states. He on both cake and bread making. All
attended the Jamestown Fair and also enjoyed the refreshments which con
D. Case and family of Nehalem,
sisted of the demonstrated cake and
FAULTLESS | ' will W. move
into the house he bought the Illinois state fair and said that the
chocolate. December 3rd the Club
methods enable us from A. B. Thomas on Third street latter was so far ahead of the James
town fair that a comparison would be will meet with Mrs. Dr. Brown.
to produce photo , this week.
Cereal Breakfast Foods is the subject
Mr. Rider of Iowa, was here the first to be discussed.
their faitnfulness. : lhomas Casey of ^orvallis, were among
Hi Clark, Uncle Armentrout and a
As soon as any new the guests registered at the Laughlin of the week visiting Mr. and Mrs.
others returned from their week’s
Dixon who celebrated their fiftieth
process or device hotel last week.
on the Wilson river last Friday,
of merit is discov
O. P. Eldridge will be in this city wedding anniversary at Dilley last
ered we adoDt it
back with them all kinds
week. Mr. Rider had not seen or
in the making of for about three months more and is
which they have bar
ready to do tree pruning of all kinds heard tell of them for thirty years and
Hi says that the
did not know where they were until
all they had to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kane of Hills-
That is why the poro, were up from the county seat
pictures t a k e n Sunday visiting at the home of Mr.
John Cornelius, F. B. Ferguson and
here are so fine, so Mrs. Wm. Kane.
S. Wright have formed a partner with stones when the big pools of fish
much better than
Andrew Philips got a letter from his ship in the real estate business. They went through the shallows.
the ordinary. YVc
know the result parents a few days ago from Winnipeg have already made several good sales
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Sparks celebrated
will be as pleasing and they said that the weather there and have many bargains yet to offer. their forty-fifth wedding anniversary
to your friends a; was very “ chizzly.”
They will deal principally in lands in w th a dinner and reunion.
it will be to you.
Rev. and Mrs. H. Gould are in and about Amity. Mr. Wright will Sparks was born in Brown county,
Portland today attending the Home have charge of the Forest Grove end Ohio, in 1832, and moved with his
Pacific Art Studio Mission and church extension meeting of the partnership.
parents to Dubuque, Iowa, in ’47,
Fores! Grove, Orego"
of the Methodist church.
he married Miss Savilla J. Spur
The Geyer-Sullivan Co., presenting
Raleigh Walker, who has been work motion pictures and illustrated songs, geon, a relative of Spurgeon, the great
ing in a logging camp in Washington, will give their first entertainment next evangelist. Thirty two years ago they
returned home Monday as the camp Monday evening in Verts Hall. It is came west settling at Vancouver,
H. YV. SPARKS, LOCAL EDITOR.
has shut down for the winter.
a refined entertainment that is bound Washington, and in 1891, came to this
Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyles have moved to please with fun, mirth and melody. city. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Munkers
—A full line of Comforts at Bailey’s here from Portland. They were form
The manager announces that the pic and Miss Zula Shorb were guests at the
—The finest of Cotton Blankets at erly from Lead, South Dakota, and are ture show will continue all winter, dinner besides the family.
old friends of J. H. Hartley.
Monday of each week.
Miss Pearl Chandler received word
Pete Killin, one of the most success
Harry Giltner spent Sunday in this
A rare treat is to be given to all last week from the Portland Y. M. C.
ful farmers of the county, was in from
who attend the M. E. church next A. that she had been appointed mem
Banks farm Tuesday, shaking
— What is the Mutual Protection
Sunday. Rev. George Elliott, Secre bership secretary for that city and she
hands with his many friends.
tary of the Board of Education of his took up her duties there Monday.
Saturday Mr. C. Griffin, lately from
church, who is in attendance at the This is a responsible position and Miss
Ressie Hamer is here visiting his
Missouri, bought the J. K. French
meeting of the committee of Home Chandler is to be congratulated upon
farm near Roy, through the Oregon
and Church Extension in receiving the appointment.
Guy and Lee Via of Portland, spent Land Company. Consideration 83000.
Sunday in this city.
—Something new—the Mutual Pro-
and preach morning and evening.
at ed from Pacific University last year,
Paul Garrison is out from Portland tectlod Club.
J. Ingles of Minnesota, has bought was at one time secretary for the Ore
for a two weeks’ vacation.
Miss Emma Briggs, who formerly
the house and lot on Second avenu gon Fire Relief Association at Mc
Mrs. S. G. Hughes was the gu?s! of was in the employ of The News but is
known as the Water’s place from Mr Minnville, and for some time has been
friends in Portland, Sunday.
now working in her father’s store at
Rogge, consideration 81200; Mr. Wei doing a similar work in the Office of
Rev. Hawkins of Roseburg was vis Dilley paid this office a very pleasant
fels of Minnesota bought the Nealey Judge Hollis of this city.
iting Rev. Gould one day this week.
farm 83,000; and Mr. Wilcox of Corne
R. V. Hoyt, the furniture man,
Charlie Smith and his two sisters,
Hon. W. K. Newell was doing busi
lius, the Seeley place in SouthPark, for whose store rooms are in the new Pat
ness in this city the first of the week. Miss Anna and Miss Theresa, left Mon 8625. All of these sales were made terson building, is certainly showing
— Let the Mutual Protection Club day for Chico, California, where they by Mark L. Noble, the real estate man his knowledge of the proper kind of
furniture in the proper place in his
will pass the winter. Charlie will work
carry it for you.
Monday a fellow and boy started window display of a dining room fur
at his trade there.
Ray Potter of Davison, Mich., is vis
from Dilley with a mule team for nished with mission furniture. Win
Tom Billinger, formerly of this city Beaverton but when they got to Cor dow displays will be a big feature with
iting with his sister Mrs. G. G. Sias in
but now in the house contracting busi nelius the man fell by the wayside Mr. Hoyt as he has it arranged so that
he can make any kind of a room out
Mr. and Mrs. Banks, the parents of ness in Portland, was out to the Grove got drunk and the boy was tipped out
the window by changing the screens
the city of Banks, were doing business last week showing a man some timber of the wagon. The lad instead of try and furnishings. He will put on a
in this city Tuesday.
ing to go on reversed his steps and modern parlor, bedroom, den, and
set out for Dilley and when he arrived other rooms, and the people will watch
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Renshaw and
his displays with interest. They will
was sent on the train to Beaverton.
little son. Jack, of Portland, were visit
much to the appearance of the
sociation with a salary of 8 ISO per
ing in this city last week.
Last Saturday’s foot ball games business section. Mr. Hoyt’s motto
month and is besides publishing the cleared up the championship horrizon is to please the people. Before com
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loyd of Deer
Pacific Metal Worker.
a considerable and it looks as though ing here he conducted a furniture store
Island were visiting with the Bakers of
Miss Pearl McGill returned the first Whitman and O. A. C. will have to in Tacoma.
Kansas City last week.
of the week hom Palouse, Wash., play a post season game to determine
Oh my, oh my; what pumpkin pie
Have you seem him? Or rather him
where she has been for several months the pennant team. It would be a that mammoth squash at Abraham
without his moustache. Who?
Bros, would make. It weighs 77 lbs.,
in a millinerv establishment. She will
great game to be played in Portland and while we know nothing of the cu
George Markee of course.
not return until Spring.
and would certainly draw as big a crowd linary art—we’ll venture that a pretty
Miss Bess Sexton went up to Gaston
Grant Hughes was in Vancouver as has been seen on Multnomah field fair pie could be manufactured out of
with Miss Harding Monday evening
one pound of squash, and the other
Sunday and says that he searched in many a day.
and returned the next day.
necessary constituents of a Thanks
the whole town without being able to
Some fine peaches were brought to giving eye-opener. Then taking this
Bud Watson has purchased a new
get a cigar. He had to go to the this office the first of the week by C.
for granted, this giant squash on dis
safe for his jewelry and has added a Oregon side to get one.
M. Hawthorn of Gales Creek. They play at the Corner Store would make
motor to do polishing with.
— Have you joined the Mutual Pro are from the root of a prune tree and about a half a dozen dozens plus five
The young ladies of the Artisan tection Club?
this is the first year of fruitage. The pies. It is really some pumpkins and
was raised by C. W. James on his farm
Lodge of Dilley gave a basket social
Your attention is called to the half peaches are very late and are of a good north of Cornelius. The vegetables in
last evening with good success.
page advertisement of R. V. Hoyt, the quality and size. Mr. Hawthorn has this countv are vying with one another,
— Ask your neighbor about the
furniture man in this issue.
Mr. not named this new variety yet. They it seems, since the fifty pound head of
Mutual Protection Club.
Hoyt’s ads will be found in this paper *re excellent for canning and are very cabbage raised by Peter Evers made its
appearance in Judge Langley’s office a
Miss Mabel Hoge of the Portland hereafter and will always contain good large.
few days since.
library was visiting at the home of her bargains.
Our John Fletcher was carrying his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoge,
j. j Wilkins of Cornelius, came up head aromnd in a black scarf the first Court Petitioned to Use More Rock.
to this city last week and is stopping of the week—don't think for a minute
A petition to the county court ask
A. L. Sexton spent Saturday in Port- with his daughter, Mrs. L. S. Foster, that he has been in a scrap, as he says ing for the completion of the rock
land and Hoge and his friend, Walter | He has had an attack of the grip and he can run too fast for a fight. And work on Depot street was signed by
Van Clett, came out and spent Sunday thought the Grove a good place to re-
know he has some speed from the the business men of this city Tuesday
and presented to the court by a com
in this city.
his boys can minimize distance. mittee composed of Judge Hollis, E.
deals in real estate and had one YV. Haines, Mavor Laughlin, Judge
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icher too many and that was the cause Langley. Ira Bradley. C. O. Roe, YV.
R. Harris and Carl Hinman. The
Of the whole trouble.
At a meeting of the officers of the commissioners acted favorably upon
the petition and will complete the road
is an appetite unless your stomach assimilates what you eat? Christian church held the first of the with No. 2 rock which is a grade
Iron-Tone will assist your Stomach to do its work.
week. Rev. Sias was reengaged for the coarser than the finish rock on Pacific
ensuing year with an increase of 8300 avenue and which it is thought will
For Sale by all Druggists. Price 50 cents.
Let us send you our little in salary. The church is in a flourish make a better thoroughfare. It was
booklet, “ Renew Your Vitality,” which tells you what IRON-TONE is and
ing condition and the membership the intention to begin work at the
what it will do. You can have it for the asking.
crusher yesterday but owing to the
„lend. Me & , he,
Address G R O V E R M ED ICIN E CO., Woodbum, Ore.
be d e -,
made here during his pastorate ia this ferred a few days.
THE BOOK ST < )RE
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W ill Soon Be Here
You will want a new suit for this date any
way, so come in and let us show you one of
the best lines of
C L O T H IN G
in the city. We will guarantee the price,
goods and fit. We have all the well known
brands of high class tailored suits.
Jo h n
A n d e rs o n ,
TA ILO R .
h £ST fabrics
of Fall a l i vV.n.cr dr^ss goods.
Gents’ Shoes; nice line of shirts.
Children’s, Ladies’ and
Table linen for Thanksgiving.
Also the finest line of groceries in town.
Everything guaranteed or your money refunded.
Of W h a t U se
The many friends of Lloyd Hicklin,
who formerly attended Pacific Univer
sity, will be saddened to hear of h is1
death last week in Idaho. Mr. Hick
lin was a bright and genial fellow, and
robust when he attended school here,
but he received injuries from a fall a
few years ago which rendered him al
most helpless. His mother had been
traveling with him for several months
when the end came. His home was
F L O U R and F E E D
Forest drove, Ore.,
Our line of heating stoves is getting low but we still
have a few good ones to pick from. If you do not need
one for a week or two come in and pick one out and we
will hold it for you.
Beats anything for the money that we ask for them.
guarantee it for ten years; ask your neighbor about them.
If they have not one we can refer you to dozens of satis
W e sell them on the Easy Pay
m en t Plan making the terms t o
suit the purchaser.