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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1908)
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F IRST N ATIO NAL B A N K
O f F o re s t G ro ve
Capital fully paid
Share holders liability
the m ost healthful
of fruits, comes the
chief ingredient of
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P r a n k P . D o o ly
10 000 00
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An inttresting story, lots of special
scenery and a company of clever play- j
ers, go to make up the production of : For a limited time I will
Old Arkansaw at Masonic Hall,
make one dozen cabinet
Saturday, Feb. 22. The play is
strongly written, and abounds in inter-1
photos including one 8x10
The only bakingpoivder
estiug situations and climaxes: sp -cia -
enlargement all for
ties of an agreeable order will also be
made from Royal
given. If you want an evening of rare
enjoyment see Old Arkansaw.
Petitions to enable candidates to run
for office have been very much in evi
dence this week and if a man has not ;
been asked to sign two or three a day ! Only a few days left for you
it is evidence that he has not been a
to take advantage of this
mixer in politics. So far there have
Costs a little more than the injurious alum
been very few, however, with petitions
or phosphate of lime powders, but with
for the legislature. Wonder if they
Royal you are sure of pure, healthful food.
are waiting to see whether or not to
pledge themselves to statement No. 1?
I In preparing the ground for his new
j residence on South Main street Robert
Archie Bryant, Prop.
Wirtz has had to dig out the pear tree,
whose big pears weighing a pound or
! support No. 1. The Colonel is dead- more each and hanging on far into the
T H E
C I T Y
set against sending a democratic sena- winter, have so often excited the won
The taxpayers of Washinington
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der of new arrivals The pears were County, Oregon, are hereby notified
I . P . Senger and wife were visiting
Miss Ina Freeman and sister left on a wonder for size but were not very that the first half of their taxes for the
year 1907, ana levied in January,
their parents in Corvallis a few days tf e Sunday train for Los Angeles good and were seldom used.
where they will make their future
When people whose former homes 1908, are now payable and will be
H . E. Thorras of the Oregonian, h >me. Miss Freeman has been etri- had been east of the Rocky Mountains come delinquent on the first Monday
r as out to the G ove Sunday visiting p oyed on The News force and makes read in the papers yesterday about the in April 1908, at which time interest
this change for the benefit of her sis- great blizzard that was sweeping that at the rate of 12 per cent per annum
h s parents.
region, with trains snow-bound, wire will be charged, in addition to 10 per
J. P Wagner, who travels for the
cent penalty, which said interest will
— “ Uncle Rube” will be given at communications cut off and many peo
Oregonian, dropped into the Grove to
be computed from the first Monday in
26th. This will be for the benefit of felt like enjoying the warm sunshine, ,
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, Febru
— Now it the time to get your the Forestview Woman’s Cemetery As the singing birds, the blooming flowers
Views ot the Wreck at the Pacific Stu sociation. Tickets will be on sale at and rejoicing that they were not in ary 13, 1908.
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dio, Forest Grove.
Allen's confectionery, Friday after that land at this time.
Sheriff of Washington County, Ore
— Is yo"r latch string out to the noon.
The extension of the city water! gon.
Pink Stork? If so see Hoffman & A1
Mrs. H. M. Shipley, who has been pipes to Forestview cemetery, which
i«_n C o ’s south window.
in failing health all winter, is growing the ladies Cemettry Improvement As
E. D. BAKER
sociation has been working for so long. |
Mrs. E. Meresse spent the week gradually weaker and her friends fear
end with friends in Oregon City, re that she may not be spared much
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longer. She has lived an active and
turning Monday evening.
Horse Gelding and Horse Den
i useful life and innumerable friends from where the connection is made
Miss Kate SI annon is now taking will feel a deep sorrow to know that her with the present city pipe at Geo
Sloan’s corner. The pipe will be con
vocal work of Mrs. Walter Reed, Port last days seem drawing near.
tinued to about the center of the cem
land’s most popular soloist.
There will be union services of the etery on the edge of the bluff to the
George Hancock returned last night churches of Forest Grove next Sunday west.
fr >tn a two months visit at his old home evening. It will be held in the Con
Plans are in the hands of the build
in Illinois, principally about Peoria.
gregational church. Rev. J. R. Kno- ing committee of the Methodist Epis
Now is the time to place that
Prof. Wilkerson reports that the dell, Superintendent of the Oregon copal church of this city, for an ad
diphtneria scare seems to be over and Anti Saloon league, will be the speak dition to the present building. The order for trees and other nursery
about all the pupils are back in school er. All the people of the town are improvements include a concrete base- stock for spring and fall plant’ng.
m nt and heating apparatus, an ad-1
There is nothing more interesting
dition to the north side of the church, and fascinating than raising your
Superintendent Wilkerson and his j
with a modern steeple. Entrances are i
high school class will go to Hillsboro which is the most important event of planned to the building from the no.th own fruit.
tomorrow afternoon to pay a return
Place your order with the
form this week. Whitman always puts and east. The interior will be fitted
visit to the high school there.
out strong teams, and this debate is in an up to date manner. The cost of
W. T. Newhouse of Banks, was in lioked forward to with anticipation. the whole improvement will be about i
town Tuesday, and called at this office. Tnis vear the question is one rf univer $3,000.— Hillsboro Argus.
Mr. N. is thinking of going back to sal interest— Japanese immigration,
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Kansas where he owns property.
and a large attendance is expected.
W E Thorn et ux to Jas Miltenber- and get stock that is guaranteed.
Tuesday afternoon, February 25,
At a meeting of the Forest Grove
No mtater where you live, drop
1908, the Domestic Science Depart Tr.in ; < nation Co held at the office of ger, lot 12, blk 3, Thorn’s add Hills
ment ot the Woman’s Club will meet V' H. Hollis last Saturday afternoon, boro, $100.
me a postal and I will show you our
Mary Ann Martin to John Riley, pt
with Mrs. E. G. Mills. The subject f g W. Haines resign *d as president
stock and prices.
of blk 2, Purdy’s add Ditley, $1.
for discussion is to be Salads.
and Stephen Mcr an was chosen as
Allen Rogers et ux to James A Bak
IN. L,. A t k i n s , A gyt.
Rev. P. E. Eauer is now permanent I president to fill out the balance of the er, pt of blk 1, Gaston, $1000.
p-stor of the First Congregational j term
F o r e s t G ro v e , O re .
Mary E Reeves et al to Rosa Jane
church of Salem, having been called
Dr. W. D. Wood, of Hillsboro, has Young, 10 acres in secs t 1 s 1 w, $1.
there by a unanimous vole of the j announced his candidacy for the state
Geo D Eason et ux to Chas W
senate. H* is the first candidate in Fitch, 14 89 acres in sec 23 t 1 s 4 w,
There will be a special meeting of the county to declare his intentions of $2400.
Kate Brown to Maishall Baker,
Holbrook Lodge No 30 A F. & A. seeking this office. L. C. Walker of
The basis of all wealth
M. on Saturday night, Feb. 22, at this city has also filed his petition for tract in sec 2 t 2 s 3 w, $45.
W e have a
J H Brown et ux to F L Brown, 80
which time there will be work in the County Surveyor. This will be his
E . A degree.
i s cond term.
F L Brown et ux to Frank Brown,
and farm properties for
Go! 1 ro . are this week installing a
Don't forget to atten i to County pt of sec 1 t 2 s 3 w and ether land
new ele'vator i i the rear of the store Fruit Growers meeting to be held in
It is large ei o u 'h to carry a full sized Masonsc hall next Saturday, Feb. 22.
Geo H Baldwin et ux to W A Billin-
Would be pleased to
road wagon and has a lifting capacity There will be good speakers and some
ger, lot 4. blk 10, South Park add
of several tons.
have you call on us.
good [joints in fruit g owiig will be Forest Grove. $800.
Rev. Edward Curran, formerly pas given. There will also be on exhi-
A Schamoni et ux to E D Mitchell,
tor of the group of Congregational i ti >n a condensed air fruit sp-ayer tract in Tualatin Gardens, $4400.
church s around this city but for the which will be worth your while to see
Alexander Sutton et ux to Chas W
last few months member of a printing
Admiral Evan-,’ fleet is at Limr, McFee, tract in sec 18 t 2 s 2 w, $5.
fi-m in Portland, was in town calling on Peru, on the west coast of South
Lewis Montgomery et ux to Geo E
old friends Tuesday.
America today. That place is about Fitzgerald, pt of sec 20 t 2 s 2 w, $1.
Gustav Koehler et ux to Geo O
Colonel Havnes don’t believe in 12 degrees south of the equator and
lot 6 blk 2 Hillsboro. $800.
statement No. 1 and says he will not
Rock Hull et al to S D Taylor, 40
sign the petition of any candidate for sail straight north thev would not touch
tue legi lature who pledges himself to the United States until they reached acres in see 15 t 1 s 3 w, $3300.
Jos L Kerr to Thos M Kerr, lot 4,
blk 3 Finney’s add Hillsboro, $1.
We save you money on
August Tews et ux to Geo Vanhorn,
10 acres in Lawrence Hall d 1 c t 1 s
1 w. $000.
feeding all the nerves and tissues is the source of all vital energy.
E H Robbins et al to Lou’s Sagert,
We have taken advantage of
1 l j acres sec 25 t 2 s 1 w, $500.
the money flurry and bought our
Iron-Tone makes rich, red blood.
stock for cash at a big discount,
and we defy any dealer to com
For Sale by all Druggists. Price 50 cents.
Let us send you our little
booklet, “ Renew Your Vitality,” which tells you what IRON-TONE is and
pare quality and prices with- us.
Sealed bids will be received at the
Watches and jewelry receives the
shat it will do. You can have it for the asking.
office of School Clerk until "March 15,
most careful attention when
1908, for wood, to be delivered at
Address G R O V E R M ED IC IN E CO„ Woodbum, Ore.
brought to us for repairs and the
Public School building during the com-
T A IL O R .
Don’t Forget to Call
Trees! Trees! Trees! IBs
Oregon Nursery Company
oi Salem, Ore,,
tu rn e r
S to re
and see the new goods which are arriving every day
Some very fine shirt waists, laces and embroideries of al
kinds. We aim to give you the worth of your monty,
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 attri
We respectfully solicit your tradì-
JA M E S
RASM U SEN
F L O U R «n ei R E E D
Forest Grove, Ore.,
le «i complete ■»< bes
LINE of SPRAY PUMPS
W e have a number of different patterns
you to pick from so come and make your selec
tion so as to be sure and have it when you af*
ready to start work.
- We can sell you a spray material that is very
recomended the price is 35c per single gallon, 30
cents per gallon for 5 gallons and 25 cents p#
gallon by the barrel.
WITCHES and JEWELRY
Pure, Rich Blood,
Pacific Art Studio
Spring samples of men’s suits are here. When you selec
your suit this Spring remember that all the fashions are t-
be found here.
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We have received our line of Youth’s and C hildren’s
Spring Clothing, which consists of all the latest
makes and colors for the Spring and Summer d
1908. The colors this year will be mostly
New York. They are 3600 miles
south and 3000 miles east of here, so
no one need to go over to Tillamook
for several days yet expecting to see
them go by.
For the Spring Season
O re g o n