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THE NEW S
Into the Scrap Next mittee to investigate
April and June.
j Hyde to strip of land
title of E. A.
. the primary election
| ,- will be held Street and Pacific Avenue reported
Published every Thursday by The As
that nothing had been done since K pre
Washington County Publishing Co., April 17 th, and the general election vious
report. He turned in the ab
June 1st, it is of interest just now to stract and
opinion, showing title in
This high class drop head sewing machine bought by us in
know how to proceed in the matter of , city to disputed
large quantities, thus enabling us to sell them at a very low
Entered at the post-office at Forest tiling Initiative Petitions, Nominating filed with recorder. strip and papers were
Grove, Oregon, as second class
Petitions, etc. According to the Sec Bill of W. H. Hollis <20.00 for
retary ot Siate, compilation proceed abstract
ings under initiative petitions must
Subscription $1.50 Per Year have 7,465 signatures; initiative peti- ; vs. Bellinger was presented and on
motion of Councilman Hollinger was
W e will send this machine to your nearest railroad station
tions must be tiled by Jan. 31; argu- , I allowed.
Advartislng rates mad* known on
meuts advocating measures must be j Application for water by J. N. Hoff
with freight prepaid for $ 3 .0 0 and $ 2 .0 0 in monthly in
filed by Feb. 3d; person filing argu- !
stallments till $ 2 5 .0 0 is paid us.
Oi.icial Paper of City of Foresi Grove inent must pay cost of paper and man and for lights bv G. O. Sloan
Why send east or to Portland when you can buy at home
printing; initiative measures must be i The annual report of the Finance \
Officiai Paper Washington Co. printed by the Secretary of State by Committee from Jan. 1, 1907 to Jan.
March 2d; Secretary must make up the 1, 1908 was read and upon motion of
A. E. NOURSE........................MANAGER torn) of ballot by March 4th.
Hollinger was ordered in-
Candidates for state and district of | Councilman
Forest G ro v e
J F. WOODS..................................EDITOR fices
and district attorneys must file
tne Secretary of State at the time
THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908 with
of beginning to circulate petitions a
copy of tne petition as evidence that On hand Jan. 1, 1 9 0 7 .... 8 1,208 99
Hon. H. M. Cake of Portland, said elector is a candidate for nomina Reed for L ights.................. 2.911.41
“ Water ............... , 2,696.38
by his party. The vote cast by a
has announced himself as a can- tion
v as made chairman with authority to
“ Licences, fines,
political party in each voting precinct
Most Grocors Sell
d date for the United States sen for representative in Congress at the
etc.......................... 291.40 select two councilmen to act with him.
ate in opposition to Senator basis on which the percentage for pe
O L Y iV iP iC (
man. C.. O. Roe was elected presi
“ County Treasurer,
Fulton. Mr. Cake made the titions shall be counted and need not
taxes................. 3,654 76 dent of the Council.
A letter from Robert C. Yenney,
tvery sack guaranteed
run two years ago but was de exceed 1000 signers.
of the State Board of Health
feated by Senator Bourne by a I be voted for in the Stite at large must
selected Eastern Oregon Hard Wheat,
concerning the cases of dyptheria and
more loaves of bread than any other
small majority. Mr. Cake is be signed by at least two per cent of Paid E. W. Haines...........8 2,742.17 asking for the appointment of a city
loaves are lighter and whiter. Be
an able lawyer and is in every the party electors.
Dr. Charles Hines was elected citv
quantity of bread produced
way qualified to fill the position. to be voted for in only ons county or “ for wood pipe............. 598.64 physician to serve two years and the
for other flours.
Recorder was ordered to write Dr. Yen
H e has come out in support district, shall be filed with the County
electric and general
Ask your Grocer for It.
343.42 ney concerning the action.
not less than fifteen days before
of Statement No. 1 and the di | Clerk
Bond of L. J. Corl was approved.
S. E. Todd, L & W
rect primary law.
T” E P0RTLAHD FLCUHINS MILLS CO.
C om ......................... 231.00
nesday, April 1st. Primary elections
COUNTY COURT NEWS
I will be heid Friday, April 17.
- «Sti g M a r W O W i
W. S. Hudson, treas
As promised, Francis J. Heney gave Register now, the books are open,
U. S. Senator C. W. Fultun a jolt in a and avoid the trouble of swearing in “ L. sal J. & C orl...................
of Randel Dunsmoor. Final
302.24 acct Estate
speech made in Portland Tuesday j vears ago will not do, you have got to
filed. Mar 2d time set for final
IN SU R A N C E
night. All durii.g the Hall trial, how register every two years.
ever, there has been but little to di
“ Attorney fees...............
30.00 Sale of real estate. W R Harris con
“ A. Hinman, safe......... 100.00 firmed
Regular Meeting of the Council.
rectly connect Fulton with the charge
and administrator" authorized to
F. M. Starrett, city hall
BANKERS AND MERCHANTS
made by Heney, but it is conclusive Council met in regular session last
deed, and March 2d time set
M U T U A L P IR E R E L IE E A SSN .
that Fulton has aided in shielding Thursday evening under provisions of
for final settlement of estate.
L. L. Hollinger, street
criminals. The numerous letters ex the charter for closing the business of
Estate of Janies Sample deceased.
acct filed. Feb. 23 time set for
changed between the Senator and the The
:is the :
those Indited might not disclose f.vorablv Finance
on the following bills:
enough evidence to insure an indite Wash. Co. Pub. Co., printing 8 9.95 “ Geo. O. Sloan, Inst
Emcline Vincent appointed guar
warrant...................... 156.70 al.
ment, but they have bet n printed and F. B. Rutherfoid, atty fees Mil
read by the people, which is enough. | ler case ............................... 10.00
Estate of Andrew Führer deceased.
warrant...................... 630.68 Inventory
W. H. Lyda, lumber............... 62.21 “ Chas.
and appraisement filed and
W. Haines, light and water,
Lowell Markte has been on the sick; E Dec........................................
Estate of Chris Molstead deceased.
list for several days.
L. Hollinger, costs
C. L. Hinman, 3 light poles. 7.50 ' L. suit
Ordered that Clerk of Court turn over
S. G , supplies........................ 1.25 “ for lumber................... 177.06 to Guardian one Certificate of deposit | Spray Your Trees
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case Library Boar 1, library fund... 27.50
“ printing................. 242.22 for Estate
Councilman Hollinger moved that
of Ludwig Stemhoff deceased.
Of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
W ith lime sulphur solution for San Jose scale a
F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo. Ohio. r port be approved and warrants drawn
liquid spray manufactured by W . Stratton
to Library Fund........ 391.59 for final settlement of estate.
We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for f ir the several amounts. Carried.
lor sale by Goff Bros., Forest Grove, and
the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable
Councilman Walker of the Street
Estate of Elizabeth E Fuqua de
In all business transactions, and financially able to carry
. Stratton, Cornelius, by-the gallon or
Cornu ittee r poited that he had
out any obligations made by his firm.
ceased. Final report filed. March 2d
made some inquiries in regard to cost
e keep lime and sulphur lor spraying.
Waldlng, Klnnan ft Marvin,
Total............. .810,118.77 Estate of C K Schmeltzer deceased.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. of pipe for water extension towa-ds the
Balance Jan. 1, 1908___ 609.07 Annual report filed. Ordered that
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting di
rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys cemetery, but had not received quo
funds on hand be distributed among
tem. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle.
Amt. transferred from Gen.
Told by all Druggists.
Take Hall’s Famil> Pills for constipation.
Mayor Laughlin as special conr.-
paid to Library Board for
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Exp .................................. 306 25 Thomas Bradley et ux to Louis H J. H. Hartley
W. I. Cody j
S riZ S Œ Â
i_ .7-£%2EE"-æaa5îr .-.-saa&nsa
Larson 6.22 acres in sec 21 t 1 s 1
Balance....................................... 85.34 w 84Ü0.
Building fund.............................117.12 H O Hays et ux to Peter Zabicki 10
acres in sec 6 t 3 s 1 w 8400.
VALLEY REALTY CO.
SPECIAL STREET FUND
t'orest Grcva, Or.
Transferred from Gen. Fund. . 660 05 45.85 acres sec 3 t 1 n 2 w $2200.
W R Hicks to Andrew Boos part of Raal Esilia InvasLnents
Seventy acres, rich black soil,
One hundred acres, 75 in cul
T otal................................ 1952.K7 sec 22 t 1 s 4 w $750.
10 acres in cultivation, fair house
tivation, one new house, large Paid out on street work.......... 1740.52 J Claude Greear et ux to H G Guild
Loins & Insurance
et ux part of blk 6 Oak Grove Add
and barn, other outbuildings,
new barn, out buildings, sixty
fine orchard, two spring branches
acres fine bottom land, balance
Tender, Juicy, Steaks
on place, land a little rolling, lo
a little rolling, nearly all in clover Grand total of cash in treasury 1,023.81 John A Hob'.s et ux to C C Beers
35 acres in Wm McLin d 1 c t 1 n 3
cated on main road, 6 miles from
and crops, spring branches run
Roasts and Stews,
town. Price 81550.
ning through place.
to Frank Ramsey n u t of
Young orchard located on
Sausage and Bacon
cent int........................27,000 00 A F Hill M d Hill
Fifteen acres, l£ miles from
t 2 s r w $3000.
Forest Grove all in cultivation,
J W Pickthorne et ux to F X Fisher i
Trice 86500. Snap.
Office in Times Building
good house, large barn, other
During the past year the city has lots 1 and 3 Peachvale $400.
AH kinds of Fresh
outbuildings, fine orchard, all
bearing trees, land level, rich,
terest on its warrant indebtedness.
et ux 81 acres in sec 22 t 2 s 2 w Forasi 6rov*
acres, 220 in cultivation, balance
black soil located J mile from
good pasture, fair house and barn
pioposed motor line a little east
August C Brandt et ux to T C
water, land mostly bot
City Treasurer Corl asked for a new Longsworth 80 acres in sec 8 t 2 s r 1 ! lood Eatables
of Forest Grove on main road,
G r o c e r ie s
book for Water and Light business and w 81.
condenser. 826 an acre.
on motion of Councilman Wirtz the re J H Lambert to Sheridan Wheaton
Seventeen acres all in cultiva
corder was directed to order one for lots 25 and 27 Peachvale $300.
House 6 rooms,
tion, fine level land i mile from
J T Gerrish et ux to Charley
w. F. SCHULTZ
Forest Grove on main road.
Wirtz moved that pending case of Meacham part of secs 25 t 1 n 3 w & gw Prices
Price 8100 an acre.
City vs. C. F. Miller be dismissed sec 30 t n 2 w 82000.
Everybody knows that
Alfred J Raymond et ux to Harry H 1
After a few words from the retiring Graham et ux 8 acres in sec 14 t 1 n
we keep the best Meats
members the council adjourned sine 4 w 8750.
die and the new council was called to Melissa O Shipley et al to Clarence
to be had, but this is to
E Shipley part of sec 19 t 2 n 3 w $5.
remind you to give us
Mayor Laughlin announced the fol Samuel B Lawrence Jr to Mettie R
Fish part of sec 33 t 1 s 2 w & sec 4 t !
Finance, C. O. Roe, S. T. Walker; s 2 w (29 acres) $2000.
Streets and Public Property, C. L T B Stevenson to H T Buxton 40 1
Hinman, H. J. Golf; Water and Light, acres in sec 35 t 1 n 4 w $60.
S. T. Walker, J H. Wirtz; Health and Wm Reidt et ux to H R Moore lots
Police, G. G. Paterson, C. O. Roe; 17 to 22 block 33 W’est Portland
Buy your drugs, sun
Printing and supplies, H. J. Goff, G. Heights $1.
Special attention is directed to our fall Dress Goods G. Paterson; Ordinances, J. H. Wirtz Moses Dillaboy et ux to D C Ulerv
dries, stationer}-. Kcr
et al 40.03 acres in sec 25 t 1 s 2 w Two Good Homes
W aists, Skirts and Wrapps. W e have the choicest and C. I.. Hinman.
daks and supplies at
bond of L. J. Corl, city treas- $1100.
fabrics and highly tailored goods. W e invite you urer, The with
F o p snle
to call and see them.
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
Thornburgh as surieties in the sum of part of blk 24 Forest Grove 8600.
$1000 was read. The question was J M Meehan et ux to August Wen- On Easy Payments
and you will be[happy.
raised as to whether W. B. Haines was zel et ux part sec 36 t 1 s 2 w $2230.
a "freeholder” in the eyes of the law, Herman Boehme to M C Mapes 20
$300 will put you in pos
and the bond was referred to the acres in sec 28 t 1 s 1 w $1200.
session of either.
Finance Committee to investigate.
S P Hepler et al to George Hepler
They are nice homes, in
Bond of Walter Hoge, recorder, with 5 acres in Hiram Johnson d 1 c t 1 s 2
W e can satisfy any man, boy or youth in Clothing. Belle
locations. One is
T. Hoge as surety in the sura of w $163.
Our stock is complete besides the prices and per $500 was
worth $1250, the other
read and approved.
fect fit are both guaranteed.
The declination of Ed. R. Wirtz, tract in M Moore d i e t 1 s 2 w $900.
81300, and they are bar
elected to office of city marshal
gains at these prices.
was read and on motion of E. T. Judd, breeder of fine dray
us show them to you.
Councilman Roe was accepted. N o horses, of Salem, who lectured in this
carried that Marshal Lennevhie city last Fall with the agriculturists
—If anyone has a cream separat®
Forest Grove -
be invited to continue in office until from
HOGs: sale, please notify me by Geor*«
further arrangements are made
The question of Rules of Order was
raised and on motion Mayor Laughlin C eamery Company.
—A full line of Comforts at Bailey’s. ^Kessler, Banks, Oregon.
W E E K B U Y S IT
$60 machine for $25
Of Forest Grove, Oregon
W . H. S tra tto n & Son
. NOBLE The
Heal Eslate Man
V e g e ta b le s
D u rin g th e
A Few Bargains Just Now.
NEW YEAR 1908
NELSON B. LA COURSE
THE BIG ECONOMICAL STORE