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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1908)
FIRST N ATIO N AL B A N K
O f F o r e s t G r o v e , O re g o n
Capital fully paid
Share holders liability
D IR E C T O R S i
•1. R . Loomis
k. M. Dooly
M. 1 ‘etcr.Hon
R. M, Dooly, *Jr.
Prank li. Dooly
M. C. W ortmun
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It is rumored that a new mutual
local telephone company is to be or
ganized here in the near future.
Archie Bryant was up to Carlton the
first of the week and reports a good
business in the photographic line.
For a limited time I will
make one dozen cabinet
photos including one 8x10
carbon enlargement all for
Col. Harry Haynes, who has been
suffering from an attack of la grippe
the past week, is rapidly improving.
Wilbur Hughes, W a s h i n g t o n
I County’s popular auctioneer, was swap
ping talk with Grove folks Wednesday.
You are invited to visit our
studio and see what we
have done for others
Miss Ina Freeman who has been a
member of The News force for the
| past year will soon leave for Los Ange-
; les, California.
Pacific Art Stucio
Archie Bryant, Prop.
Tuesday, Feb. 4, there will be a
meeting of the Cemetery Association
in the Public Reading Room.
Mr. and Mrs. Demorest of Hood
River, have gone up the valley to look
at property, but think they will return
and locate here.
Mrs. Mollie Hughes of Portland,
spent Sunday at the home of her father
Levi Smith, who has been on the sick
: list for several days.
H . W . SPARKS, LOCAL EDITOR.
The Domestic department of the
Woman’s Club is postponed for one
week to meet with Mrs. Edward Sey
mour Monday, Feb. 10.
Rudy Schultz was a Portland visitor
Miss Frances Abernethy of the Port
land Library, who was a student at the
Will Sparks was a Portland visitor varsity last year, visited with her pa
rents in this city Sunday.
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A married man comes nearer realiz
Arrangements have been made with
Messrs. Folsom and Thomas to hold a ing how mean he is than does a man
series of meetings at the Congrega who is single.
tional church to begin next Monday
evening. So next week that will be
It is a bold old soldier whr, when
the place for us all.
addressed as “ Colonel,” says he is not
Monday, Feb. 3, is the time set for a colonel, and never was.
opening the meetings to be conducted
by Rev. A. J. Folsom at the Congre
Any man can bring a smile to the
gational church. Rev. D. T. Thomas
is to sing. All are requested to be faces of the women he knows. Just let
i him boast that he is “ free.”
there promptly at 7:30.
It has been announced in the dailies
Some women have such a tender,
that Frank Fletcher will lead the
Whitman debating team against Wil sympathetic nature they are almost as
lamette university. The Salem co-eds easily effected as the stock market.
will have to go some if they put up a
things in the
stronger leader than he is.
Complete plans have been decided
upon for the Oregon Building at the
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Fxposition, and
The man who hires his children to
up to date* it is the most attractive
state building yet shown in America be good never gets the results obtain
upon the grounds of a great Fair.
ed by the father who uses a whip.
John Peters, a member of last year's
Some people spend half their time
graduating class of P. U., was visiting
with friends in this city last week telling what they intend to do, and
The surveying force he has been with the other half explaining why they
in Washington has abandoned work didn’t do it.
temporarily on account of the rain.
W. W. King came out from Port
Widowers do one thing better than
land last Monday to help Chas. Van widows: They don’t take their chil-
Doren finish his house on David’s
Hill Mr. King owns a neat cottage dren with them on their second wed-
in the east end of town and expects to ding trip.
return to Forest Grove about Feb. 1st.
— We can sell or rent your farm.
Chas. Fitch, formerly of Cornelius
but lately of Forest Grove, has pur
— We repair and cover umbrellas.
chased the George Eason place of 150 L. J. Corl & Son.
acres, one mile west of Dilley, con i — Hoffman & Allen Co. are head
sideration 82400. Sale was made
through T. H. Littlehale’s real estate quarters this month for bargains.
— Money to loan on farm security
Myron Beard, the noted wife beater W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove
who got his start in this county, has
— No fictitious values on goods
been sentenced to the Kelly Butte bought from Hoffman & Allen Co.
rock pile of Multnomah county ins eai
— We have a man that wants to rent
of being given the same medicine that
he has meted out to his wife these a good farm. Valley Realty Co. 29-2
— Have you seen those new caps at
Miss Rachel Lowery, aged 85 years, Hoffman & Allen Co.? Prices right.
died at her home near Gaston Wednes
— Don’t forget that Hoffman & Al
day of last week and was buried in the
Co. are offering tare bargains this
Hill cemetery, Gaston, Friday. De
ceased was an old time resident and
a sister of John Lowrey. She was born
— Your wheel should be put in prop
er shape for winter. Corl and Son
Mr. and Mrs. John Scott who for will do it.
merly lived in South Park of this city
— Wanted— Everybody to list their
are now at Pomona, California. Mr. farms with us. Valiev Realty Co. 29-2
Scott was engineer on the special west
— List your property with us if you
side when here. They have written
to have The News sent them at their want it sold. Valley Realty Co. 29-2
— Buy your spraying material of
Hon. W. K Newell of Dilley was in
Voters who have not registered for
our city yesterday.
the primaries had better get busy. At
John Beal of Seghers was in the Cornelius the books are open for reg
istration at Judge Fitch’s office.
Grove yesterday trading.
The Masonic lodge who last year
Oscar Baldwin and wile were out
purchased the building known as Verts
from the Rose City Sunday.
hall wish it to be hereafter understood
Mr. and Mrs. Mayne Abbott were
that name is changed to Masonic hall.
Portland visitors over Sunday.
Rev. P. E. Bauer and family of Ak
M E. Johrson of Gaston was doing
ron, Ohio, expect to arrive in Forest
business in this city Tuesday.
j Grove, Saturday, to visit Mrs. Bauer’s
Ray Hansberry of Arnold, Nebraska, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garrison.
is registered at the Leabo hotel.
W. Hoople. a capitalist of Calgary,
M. Eump is very sick with heart Canada, was here last week visiting his
The city library has been enriched Nichols where you can see it tested
trouble and no: expected to live.
daughter Miss Nell Hoople, who is a this week by a splendid gift from Mrs. and know just what you are getting.
I. P. Senger of Patton Valley, has student in the Conservatory of Music. G. A. Hughes. It consists of four 2nd house south of Laughlin hotel.
volumes of Macauley’s History of Eng Forest Grove.
moved to Forest Grove to reside.
Newberg will have a house-warming,
land, six volumes of H um e’s History
S. B. Curtis of Salem, was registered under the auspices of the Newberg of England and six volumes of Gib
at the Laughlin hotel Thursday of last Board of Trade, on February 1st, cele bon’s History of Rome.
wishes to announce
brating the opening of their fine new
Clarence Whealdon, a personal his candidacy for the clerkship of
Mrs. Leabo and daughter Bertha
friend of the local editor, has just won Washington county to come before the
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Danner of To-
were doing shopping in Portland Sat
leadership of one of the University of
1 ledo and Mrs. Allen Gearheart of Port
Oregon debating teams which meet primary next April. I have had exper
land, are visiting at the home of the
W. W. Wright of Hillsboro was reg ladies’ parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. the state institutions of Idaho and ience in that office and il elected will
Washington. There were 16 men in give the people my best efforts in that
istered at the Leabo hotel one day last I Venen of this city.
the contest in which young Whealdon office.
The attention of all persons holding won leadership.
W. D. S m it h .
Raleigh and Charles Walker attend property in the Mountainview (U nion)
It is expected that the work on the
ed a club dance in Portland Monday Cemetery-»« called to the annual meet
tax roll for 1907 will be finished by
ing to be held in the Reading Room
Feb. 1, and the books will then be N o tice is h e re b y g iv en th a t I, th e u n d e rs ig n e d , have
A. S. Venen, the jeweler, went to next Monday at 2 p. m.
ready for Sheriff Connell for collection. been d u ly ap p o in te d by th e co u n ty co u rt or W ashing-
Perrydale the first of the week on
Mrs. J. C. Hazzard, wife of Prof. The levy is 9.3 mills based upon a in g C ounty, O regon, a d m in istra trix of th e e sta te o f R.
M. Bisbee, deceased, a nd have qualified as su c h . All
Hazzard of Portland Academy, has valuation of 16,592,774 and raises for persons h a v in g claim s a g a in s t said esta te a re hereby
The officers of the Modern Wood again taken up quarters at the Laugh state, county and general school pur notified to p resent the sem e to m e w ith p ro p er vouchers
men of America will be installed Fri lin hotel. The Prof, will soon begin poses. An aggregate of 8154.311.
at th e law office of W . N . B a rre tt, at H illsb o ro , O re
gon w ith in s ix m onths from th e date h e re o f.
to travel back and forth.
A. C. Goodrich of North Yamhill was D ated this Ja n u ary 30, 1908.
Claude Smith, Rolla Peterson and
TER ESA BISB EE,
Mrs. ArthurN Richardson together
ye local editor, were in Portland Satur with her daughter Miss F'ern of Gold- some prunes he purchased here. Mr. A d m in istra trix of the estate of R. M. Bisbee. de
day and Sunday.
dendale and S. W. Laughlin of North Goodrich is an old newspaper man and W . N . B ifn ett, A tty for E s ta te .
Stanley Smith, a University of Ore Yamhill spent a day last week with formerly owned the “ Record” of North
Yamhill. Mr. Goodrich says that he
gon law student, was visiting friends in their brother, B. H , our mayor.
pushing the pencil because it was
the Grove Sunday
Mrs. W. W. Ryals, formerly Miss
hard on his eyes— however, most of us
Mrs. B. H. Laughlin and Mrs. Joe Grace Dennis and :» member of The stop slinging ink because of our appe
Lenneville were doing shopping i n ; Times force, was in from Scoggins tites.
Valley the first of the week and re
Theo. .B. Wilcox
Goff Bros., the hardware men are
membered this office with a call.
making some extensive improvements
H. D. Bryant of Timber Valley,
Will Steiger, who formerly attended in the upper floor of their building.
Wash , visited with his son, Archie
Cheapest life insurance the law
Tualatin Academy, was married yestef- A nenj elevator has been ordered and
Bryant, last week.
day in Hoqnaim, Wash, to a girl of will be in place in about two weeks, allows.
Miss Helen Hughes wh‘o has been j that place. Mr. Steiger is in the stove
We insure men and women from
which will be used to lift farm machin
visiting in California, has returned to business with his father in Portland.
ery, etc., to the top floor. They just
years to 55 years.
her home in Portland.
The Wom-in's Club will give an en- placed an order for two car loads of |
Sell five, ten and twenty year
Charles H. Shipley of Banks, is smil | tertair.ment for the benefit of the Pub- Mitchell wagons and buggies, in antic
bonds which give satisfactory re
ing greatly over the arrival of a baby I lie Library in the near future. Mrs. ipation of a big business this spring.
girl at his home last week.
| Thomas’ Quartett of Portland, will be
Last week The News printed an
Drop me a card and I will call
There will be work in the third de- | the leading feature, assisted by local item urging people having old mag
gree of Masons Saturday night, All ! talent.
azines to contribute them to the Free upon you. Explanation costs noth
members please take notice.
— We have established an employ Reading Room and as a result scores ing.
N. L. ATKINS.
Emil and M. L. Keiserof Baker Cily ment office and can furnish you any of periodicals have been brought in to
hive been in thir city for several days kind of help. Let us know your wants. the city institution, the past few days;
and also ten copies of a splendid book, i
Valley Realty Co.
in interests of mining stock.
"A Beautiful Life,” —the life of Christ.
The books are nicely bound and hand
somely illustrated with photo cuts from !
great paintings. They are being sold
The basis of all wealth
at 50 cents—the money to be applied
We have a
T o feed the body and starve the blood is like pouring water to the Library Fund.
For the Spring Season
We have received our line of Youth’s and Children’s
Spring Clothing, which consists of all the latest
makes and colors for the Spring and Summer of
1908. The colors this year will be mostly greys
Spring samples of men’s suits are here. When you select
your suit this Spring remember that all the fashions are to
be found here.
Don’t Forget to Call on
A b ra h a m
B ro s .
and see the new goods which are arriving every day.
Some very fine shirt waists, laces and embroideries of all
kinds. We aim to give you the worth of your money,
whether you buy dry goods, shoes, ladies or gents furnish
ings or groceries. Every thing is as good as represented.
Phone orders will receive careful and prompt atten
We respectfully solicit your trade
RA SM U SE N
FL O U R
Forest Grove, Ore.,
a n d
P E E D
LINE of SPRAY PUMPS
M EY ER S
COLUMBIA LIFE & TRUST CO.
through a sieve.
Iron-Tone^feeds the blood and makes it red
How a boy hates to confess!
For Sale by all Druggists. Price SO cents.
Let us send you our little
How important some little things
booklet, ‘‘Renew Your Vitality,” which tells you what IRON-TONE is and
to some men!
what it will do. You can have it for the asking.
Address G R O V E R M E D IC IN E CO., Woodbum, Ore.
If you crowd friendship too much,
you will find the limit.
Don’t expect a satisfactory
when you hire a cheap man
will have a few choice books and pictures as well as
When we meet some people, we
dainty hand painted greetings for the Saint of Feb. 14.
I ' iih I C n r d a U a l o r «
feel the need of a word more meaning
£ • ®- P E N P I E L D
than “ crank.”
THE BOOK STORE
large list of both city
and farm properties for
Would be pleased to
have you call on us.
I hc C orner S tore
We have a number of different patterns for
you to pick from so come and make your selec
tion so as to be sure and have it when you are
ready to start work.
We can sell you a spray material that is very’ highly
recomended the price is 35c per single gallon, 30
cents per gallon for 5 gallons and 25 cents per
gallon by the barrel.
G O FF BROS.