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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1907)
Clark Stokesberry, a cousin of Hi
Rev. Hamilton of Newberg,preached
irk, is back agaifc after several years
Statement of the Condition of
absence from this city. He has trav
j Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boos of Portland eled extensively through the east, in
took Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. Canada and just came from San Fran
cisco. He reports a very rough voy
and Mrs. Gosper Fields of this city.
age on the way up.
| S. T. Walker is all smiles these days
Oscar Loomis, who has been riding
and the cause cf it all was the new
arrival of a son at his home Tuesday, the range at Union for the past six
months, returned home last week.
Young Loomis went up to Eastern
Thomas Hollister, formerly of this Oregon for his health and he certainly
So have greatly re
city but now of Portland was shaking got what he went after. He has got a
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
hands with old friends in this city last grip to his handshake like a sturdy
duced the prices of
all ready made cloth
At Call of the Comptroller, December 3, 1907.
Miss Mabel Smith and Mrs. Lee
—Santa Claus was here last Thurs
Via of Portland, visited at the home of day with several loads of toys and
ing. Call and see.
I their father, Hugh Smith, of this city Xmas gifts. The old man was very
| last week.
much pleased over his luck in pur
chasing all his goods before the bank
Deposits............... 1 9 2 .6 4 2 .6 6
Cash on hand and due
I a day last week at the home of her ers took a notion to keep peoples
Capital paid in .......... 25,000.00
from Banks..........6 8 .2 2 7 66
i parents Mr. and Mrs. M. Peterson of money. He had more toys and dolls
United States Bonds . .25,000.00 S urplus......................... 10,000.00
for Forest Grove than ever before and
Undivided profits net. .3,461.30
Loans and discounts. 122,432.42
has left them all at The Bazaar for
Miss Frances Abernethy who is em every body to look at and pick out
Bonds and Securities . 31,642.16
ployed in the Portland Public Library vhat they would like to have for
Premiums (U . S. Bonds)..825 00
visited with home folks in this city Xmas.
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,443.80
Due from U. S. Treas. 1.250.00
Pete Peterson our genial ex-brick- sented to the public school girl re
maker, who is now working for Mason ceiving the largest number of votes as
Ehrman of Portland, spent Thanksgiv the most popular girl in the public
$ 2 5 6 ,1 0 3 .9 6
$ 2 5 6 ,1 0 3 .9 6
ing in this city.
school. With every 5c purchase at
Judge Stevens of Dilley, was in this Baldwin’s confectionery a ticket calling
city one day last week. Philip Lesser for 1 vote will be given. The votes
of David’s Hill was doing trading
will be counted each morning and the
Officers and D irectors:
the Grove Saturday,
prize will be awarded Christmas eve at
M. DOOLY, President
R. M. DOOLY.
Paul Fitch, the son of Judge Fitch 8 o’clock. The number of contestants
will be limited to seven. Come in
of Cornelius, who was struck by
J. E. L oomis , V ice P r e s .
j . E. L oom is .
and get your candidate on the list
G ordon S. O g d en , Cashier.
H. C. W o r tm a n .
jured, is improving nicely.
R. M. D ooly , J r .
Miss Gladys Hartley, accompanied
The James B. Mathews Post No.
of Fall aid Winter dress goods. Children’s, Ladies’ and
F ra n k E. D ooly . Department of Oregon G. A. R., will by Miss Maud Shannon, one of the
Gents’ Shoes; nice line of shirts.
elect officers for the year 1908 on the assistant instructors in the vocal de
third Wednesday of the month.
Forest Grove, and Mrs. L. M. Cook,
V E R Y PUNE G L A S S W A R E
Mss. E. W. Luckey will speak
who is out from the east visiting her
W E S O L IC IT V O I R IIC S IN K S S
the Congregational church next Sun son who is one of the professors in
Table linen for Thanksgiving.
day evening. She will tell of her the institution, arrived in this city
knowledge of work in the south.
Wednesday to spend the Thanksgiv
Also the finest line of groceries in town.
ing tide with the home folks. Miss
Mayor B. H. Laughlin was one
Miss Lillian Hyde of Portland spent
Everything guaranteed or your money refunded.
in our ability to Thanksgiving with her parents in this the interested spectators at the Pacific Gladys is making an enviable record
Albany football game in which the for herself in the institution as one of
make i first-clas, city.
the instructors in the vocal depart
walked off with the score 15
portrait of you
W. D. Smith of Hillsboro, spent
ment. Her many friends in Hood
makes us urge Thanksgiving with his mother in this 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carlyle and the River are pleased to see her once
you to come here city.
latter’s father, Capt. Joseph Brooks again— Hood River News-Letter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lambert of Port came out from Portland to spt nd
James H. Slip, the genial man that
PHOTOGRAPHED land, are visiting at the home of H. H.
Thanksgiving with relatives in this has been in the habit of selling Forest
Even though you
Grove and other west side people rail
have always been
A large line of toys and Xmas
Hugh Smith took a load of house road tickets on the street in Portland
hard to take, come , goods is now on display at The Ba- hold goods out to Carl Nichfelson and on rush and unrurh diys on the
farm at Cedar Canyon, Tuesday. Da train, has at last lost his distinction of
have had hard-to-
vid Keen has gone out to work on the being the only man in the world that
takers b e f o r e .
did similar stunts. The railroad com 'h
How well we have
Wm. Slatter and Fre<^ Wilcox will pany has located Mr. Slipp in the
phot o g r a p h e d
leave today for San Francisco where building formerly occupied by Kruze's
them you can see
Ira Purdin of Portlaid, was shaking
they will visit relatives for a few restaurant at the corner of Fourth and
by the sample pic hands with old friends in the Grove
Stark streets and the candidates for
tures we can show Tuesday.
Slipps’ of transportation cardboard no
sights of the big city.
Forest Grove, Ore.,
you. There’s no
Pacific A ve. t i
longer have to undergo the wintery
Misses Bollen and Newberry of Port
John Stevenson who recently quit blasts and other unpleasant weather
earthly reason why land, visited with friends in this city
the Telegram staff to accept the dep conditions to which the suffering pub
we shouldn’t do as last week.
utysnip under Manning of Multnomah lic has been subjected since last April.
well by you.
Dr. Large has bought a Scotch Col county visited with his parents on When the big circus cam* to Portland
lie pup which he cares for with great Gales Creek last week.
last summer Mr. Slipp had to ride out
Pacific Art Studio tenderness.
John I. Baxter of Scoggm Valley, has as far as Hillsboro before he had sold
Fo rist 6ro»e, Oregon
School D rector Mourey of Dilley, purchased H. D. Ott’s house and all the passengers tickets.
was doing business in this city Friday property on Second avenue South, for
! of last week.
Will Levy a Special Tax.
a consideration of 81200. Mr. Ott
(C o n tin u ed f ro m P a g e 1.)
T H E
C I T Y
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Billinger en will remain in this city.
paved with gold. A speaker had re
tertained a party of relatives and friends
—Don’t worry over your Xma:
at dinner Sunday.
fereed to the bad roads here but the
H. W. SPARKS, LOCAL EDITOR.
shopping but go to the Pacific Art
. Miss Mabel Hoge of the Portland Studio and sit for a dozen good photos soil in this county was not created for
roads. It was made for produce and
Rollo Peterson made a business trip Library spent Thanksgiving with her The best gift in the world and will be by the product we can build good
to Portland Tuesday.
i Multnomah met its Waterloo at the
Judge Goodin said that he was in
Harry Giltner of Portland ate turkey hands of the State varsity in Portland
with relatives at Picton, Ontirio for favor of meeting the districts half way
in this city Thursday.
by a score of 10 to 5.
several weeks, writes that he will be in their road building and believed
Mrs Zoa Hartrampf was a Portland
Miss Phoebe Jack died at her home back to this city in about two weeks that the other commissioners will be.
The work will not be so expensive as
at Farmington Monday and
was to resume his veterinary practice.
George Paterson was transacting buried there Tuesday.
Arthur Doite who is attending a mil heretofore beezuse of the machinery
on hand and the plank roads to the
business in Carlton Tuesday.
Invitations are out for a dance to be itary school in California, recently re
crusher which cost thousands of dol
Hon. B. F. Purdy and wife of Gas given by Messrs. Bryant and Jensen on membered “ Maw and Paw” Anderson
lars to build. Commissioner Buchanan
the 13th of this month.
ton, were in this city Tuesday.
said that he would favor the purchase
merly attended the academy here.
Miss Bertha Dyer has gone to her
George Hayden of Thatcher, was
of a steam roller provided the different
Recorder Hoge has just received
doing business in the Grove Tuesday. home at Ballston in this state, for a few
districts were disposed to do their
letter from his son Charlie Hoge, who share of road building. This would be
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lancefield, days’ visit with her mother.
recently became night editor on the
valuable addition to the road build
James Shepard, formerly of this city Council Bluffs ( la .) Nonpareil, stating
formerly of this city but now of Amity,
ing machinery according to authority
wtre visiting friends here the first of but now of Portland spent one day of that he likes the place very much.
and will make a much more permanent
last week with friends here.
The house of S. L. Carlyle which is road than the horse roller.
being built on the old site of the one
— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and
that was destroyed bv fire several weeks
ago is progressing rapidly and will be Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap
ready for occupancy in a few weeks.
night or day.
Owing to the fact we have recently re
Iron-Tone tones up the whole system and gives strength to the
Miss Anna Jackson, who formerly
attended the academy here but now of
ceived back orders of stoves that we
Willamette University spent the W. H. Hollis. Forest Grove.
For Sale by all Druggists. Price 50 cents.
Let us send you our little Thanksgiving holidays with her friend
don t need, our entire stock of stoves will
— Try Schultz's ground bone for
booklet, “ Renew Your Vitality,” which tells you what IRON-TONE is and Miss Anna Johnson at Spring Hill your hens. It will make them lay.
be sold at 10 per cent reduction for cash.
what it will do. You can have it for the asking.
-T he finest of Cotton Blankets at
Address G R O V ER M EDICINE CO., Woodbum, Ore.
Next Sunday will begin a series of Bailey’s.
revival meetings by Rev. Folsom as
Get that umbrella repaired at Corl’s.
Our assortment is better now than at
sisted by Rev. Thomas, vocalist. The
meetings will begin at eight o’clock
any time this fall, so if you • are in the
and last but one hour each evening at
the Congregational church.
WE NEED THE
First National Bank
re o ;
10 Per Cent.
T o G a in S t r e n g t h
f ir s t n a t i o n a l b a n k
F orest Grove, Oregon
25 0 0 0 .0 0
2 5 0 .0 0 0 0 0
A General Banking Business Transacted
R. M. Dooly. J E I.oomis. H. C. Wortman,
Frank E. Dooly. R. M. Dooly, Jr.
S T . P E G IS IX D IA X B A S K E TS
and IXDIAX X O V E LTIE S
S w e e t lir a s * H a n d k e r c h ie f Haskets
W aste B a ske ts
W o rk M arkets
th e :
The Thanksgiving ball given here
by the Walker orchestra was well at
tended and was a decided success.
The hall was decorated in keeping
with the occasion and those present
report a very enjojable time.
Rev. Belknap and daughter Miss
Lorena of Hillsboro, attended the Pa-
cific-Albany football game here Thurs
day. Mr. Belknap is a great lover of
clean sports and seldom ever missed
an athletic event when he lived in this
W. H. Lyda whose saw mill was
burned down a few monfhs ago, will
sell his lumber and other articles at
public auction on Wednesday, Decern-
ber 11. at 10 o'clock a. m. at the old
mill site. See notice elsewhere in this
A Home Company
market for a stove you will get the bene
fit of the reduction.
Columbia Life & Trust Co.
Theo. B. Wilcox
ing life insurance acces
sible to all.
You are responsible for the
future care of your family
Let me show you the ex
N. L. A T K IN S,