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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1908)
Mrs. Maud St. Clair of Portland,
spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. A. Porter of this city.
O f F o r e s t G r o v e , O re g o n
Edna Merrick of Portland, was visit
Capital fully paid
ing at the George Allen home on Fifth
Share holders liability
street the first of the week.
10 . 000 . 00
Miss A. T. Anderson of the Port
land is spending the week with Miss
D IR E C T O R S )
M. F. Haysacker of Hillside.
b i. M . D o o ly
«I. K. L o o m is
At. P e te rs o n
M. C . W o r t m a n
K . Al, D o o ly , J r.
Sam Walker will have his shoe shop P r a n k 12. D o o ly
and Roy Watkins his bicycle hospital
in the remodeled “Red Front.”
—Masquerade ball at Maccabee [
Hiram Davis, a member of Johnnie Hall,
Greenville, Feb. 15. Cash
Wirtz’s wild steeds, the F. G. Colts,
amounting to 87.50 will be
was up from Beaverton Monday.
Mr. Smith, who sold his farm on the 81.00. Tickets including supper,
j Cornelius road a few weeks ago, will Sheriff J. W. Connell will start to
start for California next Monday.
The o n ly baking pow der
collect taxes Feb. 15.
W. E Bowman has moved his har self and Deputy Kane, Besides
made with R o y a l Grape
ness shop to his new location in the and Walter Hamer will assist in the For a limited time I will
C re am o f Ta rta r
Corl building on Pacific avenue.
make one dozen cabinet
No Alum, No Lime Phosphate M. S. Shipman and F. W. Ray office.
Deputy Game Warden Parker of photos including one 8x10
mond, the piano men, are over on the McMinnville
was in this city Monday carbon enlargement all for
Wilson River leading the simple life. in consultation with the State Warden.
T H E
C I T Y
Mrs. Kate Loughry is contemplating He reports business as rather quiet in
, H. W. SPARKS, LOCAL EDITOR. with her daughter, Mrs. John Johnson.
You are invited to visit our
Charles Mirts left the first of the studio and see what we
The 1000 club, what is it? Ask J. Bedford H. Laughlin reports that week for Salem where he will do writ
the number of traveling men stopping ing for the Merchants and Bankers have done for others
• Deputy Sheriff Kane was in the at his hotel is increasing considerably. Mutual Fire Relief Insurance Associa
Rev. J. A. Folsom is conducting a tion of this city.
series of revival meetings at L. J. Corl, city treasurer, has moved
, M. R. McCauley of Lebanon was in the Congregational
church of this city. his office and bicycle shop into his
the city last week.
Rev. Daniel Staver is in the city, new location, the basement of the
Mrs. E. A. Hyde spent Saturday and having
resigned his position with the brick. The basement is plastered and
Sunday in Portland.
Archie Bryant, Prop.
First Congregational church of Portland. furnishes splendid shop and office
Will Bellinger was a visitor at the Mr. and Mrs. James Hockins, parents
county seat Saturday.
of M. Peterson, have moved with their A family reunion was held at the
The quarantine was raised from the | family from Wyleville, Ore., to this
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garrison
Loomis hou-,e Tuesday.
city. Mrs. E. E. Bauer of Ak
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stewart were —When you are dead you are a j ron, this Ohio,
Mrs. E. S. Huckaby and
Now is the time to place that
Portland visitors Monday.
long time dead, but while you are Paul Garrison of Portland, were present order
for trees and other nursery
Mrs R. Nixon was doing shopping alive, trade at the Cash Bargain | besides the other members of the
for spring and fall planting.
in the Rcse City Monday.
31-2t j iami,y
is nothing more interesting
R. E. Dugan of Portland, was regis Miss Gertrude Kirkwood of Hills R. E. Dugan Sr. of Portland, was and fascinating
than raising your
tered at the Leab} Monday.
boro, has rented the west room of L. J. out to this city Friday. ’Mr. Dugan own fruit.
Mrs. George Thomas living on Pa Corl’s new building and will open up a formerly owned the Callaway grocery
Place your order with the
cific avenue is quite seriously ill.
store and was later a partner of Dugan,
C. Tnrasher of Corvallis was reg Miss Lucile Stephens who has been Watious & Haines, now Hoffman & Oregon Nursery Company
ill at the home of her sister Mrs. Frank Allen Co.
istered at the Laighlin last week,
for several days, is able to be
of Salem, Ore,,
Tom Bellinger was out from Portland about again.
Rev. P. E. Bauer of Akron, Ohio, is
Sundty looking a'ter sapolio mine.
at Salem, a candidate for the ministry and get stock that is guaranteed.
No mtater where you live, drop
B. H. Mayfield of Chehalis was reg Chas. Mertz has accepted a position of the Congregational church of that
istered at the Leabo hotel last week with the Bankers and Merchants Mat place. Mr. Bauer is a graduate of me a postal and I will show you our f t
es!, to go on the road, and made his Pacific University and married Miss: stock and prices.
C. R. Callaway’s new house on Main initial trip Monday.
street will soon be ready for occupa
L . Atkins, Aj^t.
P. W. Watkins and family left yes F. B. Livington, Chief Deputy Game IN. Forest
Joseph R. Hiel of Mayfield, Wash., terday noon for Cherry, Arizona, where Warden of Idaho, was visiting at R. O.
will work in the mines, They for- Stephenson’s office Saturday, Mr.
was in the Grove Thursday of last he
lived at Gaston.
Livingston has just purchased from this
150 pairs of Chinese phesants to
Several of the girls of the college Frank Giltner who has been doing state
The basis of all wealth
did not go home for the mid year carpenter work in Portland this winter
is land, We have a
spent several days last week with home
list of both city
The college is taking a vacation this folks in the Grove.
and farm properties for
week as it is the end of the first Let T he N ews do your job work. Los Angeles, Feb. 10. There will be
We guarantee good workmanship, a musical and literary program and |
Would be pleased to
Mrs. Anna Dixon was in Portland good stock and most reasonable prices. “old times” social.
last week laying in a stock of spring We print everything.
you call on us.
Friday and Saturday the lovers of ice
Walter Devlin cut his right foot skating were given a real treat by the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marsh visited with quite severely last week while working weather man. Boys, girls, men and
Prof, and Mrs. J. W. Marsh of this city in the woods north of town and was women donned their steel foot gear and
forced to quit work for several days. went to the near-by ponds. Geiger’s
Tom Sain of Scoggin Valley was ex Miss Mary Spiescheart is spending a was a favorite place.
changing talk with Grove folks the first couple of weeks at the Lobengard mil Miss Wilda Croslay of Tacoma, was
o.' the week.' ’ •
linery in Portland and her shop in this the guest of her friend Miss Bertha
Jim Dempsey of Portland was visit city will not be open until she returns. Leabo, of this city last week. Miss j
ing at the home of Levi Smith this People have become unduly alarmed Crosley is in the employ of the Knox
c ty Sundiy.
about the spread of diphtheria, and tak confectionary, owned by Andy Knox busy rehearsing the drama and will be
* R H. Kaltz, the piano tuner, will en their children from school until the formerly of Forest Grove.
able to give the people of Forest Grove
be in town in a few days. Leave or attendance has fallen off 50 per cent. Oscar Brown, who is spending the a splendid production. The proceeds
ders at Bazaar.
Samuel B. Lawrence attended a winter at home says that he will prob- will go to Forest View Cemetery
Miss Ida Kerr of Salem, spent sev meeting of the colleges of Oregon at ably not go into the cheese business Association.
er d days last week visiting her friend, Monmouth Saturday when judges for again. He has been at that work for Miss Bertha Dyer of Ballston was
Mrs. John Abbott.
the state oratorical contest were chosen. 35 years, and has now turned over the united in marriage to Will R. Sparks at
’ the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs.
• The street car had its troubles the Rev. J. F Doescher will hold Ger factory at Fulda to his son Frank.
, first of the week, trying to plow man service at Cornelius 10:30 a. m. Dilley is to have a new»» school Levi Sparks on Third street, Sunday
through the snow.
English service 2:30 p. m. German house. There was considerable dis- afternoon. Rev. Sias of the Christian
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hop- Sunday school from 9:30 to 10:30 a. cussion as to whether the old buildings church officiating Only immediate
should be used or not, but the new friends of the contracting parties were
fcins of near Banks, Monday, Feb. 3, m.
house proposition carried and a five present. After the ceremony Mr. and
'«n eleven pound girl.
Mrs. M. F. Haysacker of Hillside, mill
was voted for the purpose. Mrs. Sparks departed on the four train
John Stephen^pn, Deputy Prosecut came to town Monday on a sled to Harry tax Nauflts
will do the work.
for Portland. They will make their
ing Attorney of Multnomah Co., was meet her sister. Mrs. A. T. Anderson
visiting his father, Robert Stephenson of Portland, who came out to spend a Judge Hollis the other day received ^onie 'n 1 c'->-
an express package from Seattle which _ We have established an emp;oy.J
of this city Saturday.
contained a handsome leather pillow ment office and can (urn;sh you any
and a pair of moccasins, given him by kind of help. Let us know your wants,
his friends Mr. and Mrs. Beaty, who ^
visited here during the holidays. The' —We can sell or rent
Valiev Realty Co.
To feed the body and starve the blood is like pouring water Judge prizes the gift very highly.
repair and cover
through a sieve. Iron-1 one^feeds the blood and makes it red Weather Forecaster and Fruit L. —We
J. Corl & Son.
snowfall Monday night is the only thing —Money to loan on farm
For Sale by «11 Druggist«. Price 50 cents. Let us send you our little that saved the wheat crop of Western W. H. Hollis. Forest Grove
booklet, “ Renew Your Vit ilitf," which telh you what IRON-TONE is and Oregon. He states that the cold —We have a man that wants to rent
,wh*t it will do. You can have it for the asking.
Eastern windst would have soon killed a good farm. Valley Realty Co. 29-2
Address GROVER MEDICINE CO., Woodbum, Ore.
the germ of the wheat had it not been — Your wheel should be put in prop
er shape for winter. Corl and Son
for the coat of snow.
will do it.
*’Uncl« Rube,” will be given the —Wanted—Everybody to list their
THE BOOK STORE
19th of this month in Masonic Hall.
will have a few choice books and pictures as well as its usual line of The cast, consisting of Messrs. N:xon. farms with us. Valiev Realty Co. 29-2
Whitney, Limber, Sparks, Peterson, —List your property with us if you
dainty hand painted greetings for the Saint of Feb. 14.
I *» »jit C u r i l a t i n t o r e
Smith, Clark. R. P. W’irt*. and Misses want it sold. Valley Realty Co. 29-2
Pomeroy, Shannon and Langley,
—Money to loan, at Dr. Parker’s.
F IR S T N A T IO N A L B A N K
Pacific Art Studio
Trees! Trees! Trees!
For the Spring Season
We have received our line of Youth’s and Children’s i
Spring Clothing, which consists of all the latestf
makes and colors for the Spring and Summer of
1908. The colors this year will be mostly
Spring samples of men’s suits are here. When you select
your suit this Spring remember that all the fashions are tc
be found here.
nDon’t Forget to Call 01 1
A b r& h am
B ro s.
At The Corner Store
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 - 1
We respectfully solicit your trade
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JA M E S R A SM E SE N
F L O U R «nel
Forest Grove, Ore..
The w> complete * best
LINE of SPRAY PUMPS
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„ t *
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.