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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1908)
Jake Shearer of Hillside was seen on
Gales Creek Monday.
Wm. Hart installed an Independent
phone in his residence last week.
Mr. Olds, Claude Miller and several
others have been sick with bad colds.
Mr. and Mrs. McFarland of ' Port
land, are visiting relatives of Gales
J. T. Fletcher of Forest Grove was
doing business on Gales Creek last
There will be a basket social and
school entertainment Friday evening,
Jan. 31, at GJTes Creek.
Teddy Douglas has been very sick
the past few days and is under the
care of Dr. Brown.
Mr. Beimrohr’s mill which has been
closed for some time, has been run
ning again for the past few days.
Miss Maud Lilly L spending a short
time at home wmle the public school
is closed on accaunt of diphtheria.
Vivia Ellingsworth of Wilson River,
is visiting with her grandparents Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Adkins of Gales Creek.
A. T. Buxton is away on business
connected with his position as State
Master of the Grange.
Miss Bessie LaMont entertained
Miss Elsie Maurey of Dilley. as a guest i
several days recently.
Mrs. Iva Johnson of Pasco, Wash.,
is visiting at the homes of M. Bisbee
and Frank Johnson at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Frost were very pleas
antly entertained at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Rice one evening last week.
Our January Clearance Sale j
is Now On.
Acting upon the principle that i t I
does n o t pay to carry over winter
goods we are making some startling
reductions in price
George Turner of Portland, spent
Sunday at the home of F. H. Maury. \
E. C. Alexander of Hartland, N. B.,
Canada, is visiting at the home of A. ;
Mrs. Dell Aplin of the Rose City,
visited at the home of J. P. Aplin
Miss Jessie Stevens and Mrs. J. B.
Kuhns spent a few days this week vis- \
it’ng friends in Portland.
Miss Belle Johnson has returned
from St. Mary’s Academy at Portland
aud is attending school here.
Mrs. J. Hardebeck is taking treat
ment from Dr. Riesland of Portland,
and goes back and forth each day.
held in the church and an Epworth
Mrs. J. M. Beal of this place was League
organized. Officers were
in Forest Grove one day last week.
first meeting will be
Mr. Kincaid of Newberg has been held at 6:30 the
hunting ducks lately in this vicinity.
The hunters had good success last j the pastor, Rev. C. L. Creesy, with
Sunday on George Beal’s duck pond. the assistance of Rev. Fred Waehlte,
Jim Whitlow of Newberg, is visiting closed Jan. 12. They proved quite a
his sister Mrs. John M. Beal of Gales. success and were well attended at all
L. J. Magoon and John M. Beal ! times.
have completed their contract of wood
W e have Suits which w e are g o in g to pul
cutting for A. Roth.
We shall be very glad when W. W. The new sidewalks are a great im
T h ey are not all late styles but you will find that
Lewis gets well enough to investigate provement.
the roads. We are in sad need of his Raliegh Walker has been spending
they are G ood M erchandise.
a few days in this vicinity.
S u its up to $ 8 .0 0 values at
Shouts were heard from the hop There is to be a masquerade in
“ “ $12 “
$!o o o
growers of this vicinity last week as Hannan's hall on St. Valentine’s day.
“ “ $15
. . .
they read the evening paper and The new Telephone line from Bux
learned that the price of hops was ad ton to Green Mountain is now under
M E N ’S P A N T S
W inter Underwear, L adies’ W ool and F leece lined 9
W e are over stocked with M en’s Pants and a re g o in g
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Boos enjoyed Rev. C. A. Sias of Forest Grove, has
L a d ies’ Skirts and W inter dress go od s all at C lear- -1
themselves very much last Saturday been holding services in the old school
evening at a surprise party at John house the past week.
to reduce them .
Beal’s. Twenty-two neighbors were County Superintendent M. C. Case
present and all had a pleasant time. brought
the new library books for the
Manning school Monday.
Mr. Creasy spent several days in Mr. Dan Baker of Forest Grove,
came up Saturday to install the officers
Banks the past week.
We were sorry to have several mem Fern Mountain Grange.
bers of the choir absent Sunday even Mrs. Ernest Quick is visiting in *
Forest Grove, leaving her family under
ing, on account of illness.
Errel Turner has been away for sev gren. care of her sister, Miss Edith Sho-
eral days; also his wife is absent from
R SALE —House very nice finish [
—Money to loan on farm security —Hoffman & Allen Co. can supply
Among those who registered at the
your wants in blankets and comforts at
W. H . Hollis.
;w furniture, barn, chicken house,
home, visiting at her father’s.
x200 good location, high and, It it all smooth tailing when you place a Liner Ad — Don’t you think a nice Wool low prices.
E. F. Willis is in% Portland for the Nehalem; Fred Watson, Forest Grove;
this column. A few words here will reach 5,000
This is a snap. $1400 including in readers
and the results are certain. 5c line 1st
—Mrs. Edmondson would like to do
week attending the Hardware Dealers’ G. E. Sewell, R. E. Lafferty, J. C.
Insertion, 2hi cents each subsequent insertion. Blanket would feel good these cool
work by the day. Phone No. 392. lltf
ire.—Enquire M. L. Noble, the Minimum charge 10 cts.
convention. Earle Wilson of the Cunie, Portland; Mr. and Mrs. Purdy,
Willis Hardware Co. left ft* Portland
your candies and nuts at Hoff- The Paris Millinery Parlor is makln .
“ WANTED —Salesmen. Many make man —Buy
Tuesday to attend the banquet given Gaston; H. A. Wilson, Vernonia.
& Allen Co. New crop ol nuts, cut prices on all goods in the store, on
Main street, Forest Giove. 22-tf \
the hardware men at the Portland ^
Stock clean; grown on reserva Best grade of candies.
for sale, please notify me by mail. more.
State capacity and make. George advanced weekly. Choice ol territory.
Great preparations are being made list. J. Garrigus is at home on the sick Kessler,
2813* Address Washington Nursery Company,
for the entertainment and basket so
cial to be given Saturday evening, Jan. 0. G. Garrigus thinks of putting in —SPRAY YOUR T rees —With lime Toppenish, Washington.”
F O R E S T GRÒ VE
25, in the SlcGraw Hall. The Banks a ram to throw the water up to his sulphur solution for San Jose scale a FOR SALE. —Pedigree strawberry
Brass Band will furnish music during house.
pure liquid spray manufactured by W. plants: Texas, Glenn Mary, Brandy
the evening, also the famous Kitchen A. B. Garrigus butchered two hogs, Shatter & Son for sale by Goff Bros. wine, Improved Wilson. Address
band will be an interesting feature of the largest one weighing 560 lbs. and Forest Grove, and by W. H. Shatter, Fern Leal Fruit Farm, Cornelius, Ore. ;
the program. Don’t fail to see it. It the little one 385 lbs. net.
Cornelius, by the gallon or barrel. We R. S. Alexander.
D. F. F leck
K. JV. S ta c h r
will be exciting as well as interesting. Uncle John Wolford has been under ketp lime and sulphur lor spraying.
O F T I U T A T TU T. B A Z A A R . N E X T T it P O S T O P F I C T
For sale close in—Some choice small |
the weather the most of the winter but W. H. Shatter & Son.
desirable houses and
—A full line ol Comforts at Bailey’s. lots. T. Several
J. R. Hill lost a valuable cow the ,
H. Littlehales Forest Grove
S o m e o f this w eek*s B a rg a in s
Mr. M. Thompson is visiting and
National Bank Building.
first of the week.
Eleven acres of fine land wit!} Good six-room house, only 2
Miss Minnie Pechin returned to her hunting with Uncle Jot West, with
house and barn, orchard, blocks Ironi Main street for $700.
what success we haven't learned.
school at Glencoe, Sunday.
only one mile out for sale or ex $50 down and $12 per month
Of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. gine and 9-horse power boiler in good
change for town property.
r. J. CHENEY k CO., Toledo. Ohio.
Several children are out of school Somebody’s boys are tearing up the We, tho usderalffced,
hava koown T. J. Cheney for condition. Inquire ol B B. Goff, For
this week on atcount of sore throat.
Ten acre fruit farm with good
the la« IJ year«, aud bell«« him perfectly honorable est Grove.
house and barn and good fruit buildings
In all bust nets transactions, and Rnanclally able to carry
only lj mile out for
The weather being so inclement the boys but it is hard on the road.
out aoy obligations made by his firm.
cash, balance $250
Wilding. Klnnan * Marvin.
Sunday no services were held at the
eaclv year. The fruit on the
Wholesale Druggist!, Toledo, O. for sale with T. H. Littlehales, Forest
New 5-room modern cottage, place will bring from $300 to
Hail'd Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting di Grove National Bank Building. 27tl
all plastered, hot and cold water $400 per year.
upon the blood and WBlour aurface, of the tys-
J. Dillay has received a shipment Leopard in the mountains of Oregon. rectly
Testimonials lent free. Trice 7Se pet Dottle,
large lot in fine location. $1300
of smelt and is peddling them in the It has been so wet that people have tero.
FOR S ale —Two f'esh milk cows by
‘.'old by all Druggists.
takes it if bought soon. This is Six-room house on large cor
Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation.
Geo. Kessler, Banks, R. 1, Box 22.
a rare bargain.
ner lot and barn. Fine location.
spray as soon as the weather will per
27 3t *
Five acres of land, 2 miles Only $750. Easy terms.
from Forest Grove. New house
We save you money on
and barn. Only $1000. This is a Good new 7-room house with
Eli Grindle and wife from Green- COLUMBIA LIFE & TRUST CO.
two lots on car line tor only
mountain, were down to Banks Satur
The undersigned will receive until
WATCHES and JEWELRY day
A fine 100 acre farm with good $ 1000.
and bought the Austin Purdin prop Wm. Ladd
Saturday, January 25, bids for furnish
between Cornelius and
Eighty acres of fine land, 6
We have taken advantage of erty.
Vice Pres. ing wood to Pacific University during
Hillsboro at only $75 per acre. miles out, no buildings. Fine
the money flurry and bought our
coming summer, as follows:
The Beach bill is getting rutted out
stock for cash at a big discount,
Ninety acres ol land 1 mile water and orchard on place.
Cheapest life insurance the law the 200
cords Fir cut 4 feet long.
and we defy any dealer to com- 1 pretty badly. The road master or some allows.
from Dilley, 6 acres in cultiva Price $35 per acre.
100 cords Oak cut 4 feet long.
pare quality and prices with us. one else should attend to it before it
tion. Small house and running
We insure men and women from
Four acres of land, close to
Watches and jewelry receives the gets impassable.
water on place. Owner will sell town,
Also separate bids for the following:
house and b'rn, good
most careful attention when
on easy terms or exchange for or< :gtfd. with An
50 cords Fir cut 3 feet long.
Mr. Weed from the Nehalem, is
ideal location for a
Sell five, ten and twenty year
brought to us for repairs and the
50 cords Oak cut 3 feet long.
fruit and chicken ranch. Price
work is done in the shortest pos teaching a very successful school in bonds which give satisfactory re-
v Seventy-one acres of land in $ 1100 .
AH Fir to be body wood aiyl cut
sible time that first class work district No. 76. H. Wolford is super turus.
Scoggins Val ey. 28 acres
can be done.
intendent of a very interesting Sunday
Seven-room house on large lot
e'eared. Fair house. $3000.
Drop me a card and I will call
location. $1400. Half cash
school at the same place.
upon you. Explanation costs noth “ Bids for Wood.”
W . S . R e y n o ld s
—Elgin watches, Seth Thomas and ing.
W. N. F errin ,
H o uses f o r R e n t
N. L. ATKINS,
Watchmaker 4 Jeweler
Forest Gre»» 2nd doer west of Postcf.iee at Venen’r
January 15, 1908.
We mention here just a few of the many snaps we ere offering:
LADIES’ SHORT COATS:
LADIES’ FUR. COLLARETTES
values now - MO
$2.50 values at $
values at 2.40
3.50 values at 2.80
values at 3.20
4.50 values at 3.60