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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1908)
Mrs. A. B. Clark cam ; out from
Portland Monday for a couple days
visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pollock.
CR CA M O F T A R T A R
Capital fully paid
Share holders liability
k . M . D o o ly
P r u n k l ì . D o o ly
Most of oua Spring and Summer showings have
D IR E C T O R S :
M . P c te rn o n
M. C . W o r t m a il
arrivep and you are invited to call around and
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O f F o r e s t G rove, O regon
The Bazaar sells the Edison Phono
graph and Records at exactly the same
W o o d f o r S a l e — Good fir de-
orice as is offered In the circulars sent
! livered at Forest Grove for $5 and $6
out from the east. Besides saving the
girls i4 the name
I per cord. W. H. Lyda, Forest Grove,
express charges, people have the sat
— Stephen Morgan phone, Ind. 7152.
the New York Her
phone Ind. 58X.
isfaction of hearing the records.
aid has given to a
— Money to loan on farm security
J. W. Bailey of Hillsboro, has an
series of recently I
Dr. Brown came steaming into town
W. H. Hollis,
nounced himself as a candidate for the
Tuesday evening in a fine new auto
V. H. Limber was in Portland Mon office of clerk and his notice to thst
mobile, having been to Portland and
day and Tuesday.
effect appears in another column.
purchased the machine that day. It
We don’ t mind say |
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. HolLnger were
— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and is a Ford runabout and is considered
ing we know lots
in Portland Saturday.
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap one of the best makes in automobiles.
girls in the com
Miss Manche I angley was a Port pliances in office.
Frank Watrous of Forest Grove has
munity whose pic- j
land visitor Monday.
rented the small store building on Sec-
ture would look as
Charley Stokes has rented to John
I ond street, adjoining Metre’ s bakery,
A. G. and J. N. Hoffman were in
attractive as any of
McNamer, his ranch which lies just
j and will open a wholesale postcard
Portland Friday on business.
th o s e published, j
east of town, who is now plowing with
I business. His
family will occupy
You are one of
Mrs. H. J. Goff was in Portland the intention of sowing oats.
those we have in
Tuesday, visiting her mother.
— Opening of Spring and Summer Independent.
mind. Come and
S. L. Show spent Friday and Satur Millinery on Tuesday and Wednesday,
let us photograph
The Los Angeles Times, the great
day with relatives near Banks.
March 17th and 18th at Mrs. M. M c
you. We make as
est paper of the Southwest, includes in
good a photograph
Robt. Wirtz’ s new house is going up Kenzie’ s, two doors from Post Office.
its market reports grain quotations for
as you will an at.
rapidly during this fine weather.
W. Brown, S. P. agent at this place. the Pacific Coast. It is significent
Dr. Ward is having the interior of is enjoying a vacation until April 1st, that only Portland and Tacoma appear
S p e c ia l th is m o n th
He and his wife are spending the time in this connection. This is also true
his office painted and repapered.
£ 2 .5 0 P anel P h o to
at Prince Edward, Canada.
j of San Francisco papers.
g r a p h s f o r i 1.5 0 p e r
— Hoffman and Allen Co. are agents
— Have you seen the beautiful St.
d azen .
for the famouos Butterick patterns.
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a son
Patrick’ s Day Postals at The Book
N. J. Walker, who has been sick for Store? 25 cents a dozen. Colored born to the wife of Ward Munkers of
this place, last Sunday. Parties wish
several weeks, is again able to be out. local views, 20 cents a dozen.
ing the attendance of Dr. Large in this
— When you come to the spring class of cases will greatly oblige him,
Judge Hollis and E W. Haines
Archie Bryant, Prop.
were transacting business in Portland cleaning you’ ll want a new picture. if convenient, by engaging his services
two or three months prior to the ex
Book Store window.
Fire destroyed sevtral buildings at
The two months old son of Mr. and
Beaverton Saturday right along by the
Ed. Meresse has returned to the
Mrs. Louis Wilcox of Scoggins Valley,
Rates from the East
Grove lor a visit. He was manager of
died Tuesday afternoon, at the home
James Kirby of Yamhill county, was of A. Porter on Pacific avenue.
commence March 1st. If
time and has been recently taking care
in the Grove Monday and paid this of-
FOR SALE— Strawberry plants; 1000 of the Oregonian’ s and Telegram’ s in
I ce a pleasant call.
you wish your place sold
at 25c per dozen. Also 2 houses for terests in that city. Ed. is a good
— Cotton Blankets 10-4, 11-4, 12-4,
newspaper man and has held some re
be sure and list it with
3 6 _2t-p
Trices 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, phenson.
sponsible positions in newspaperdom.
$2.00, at bailey’ s.
Miss Emma Briggs of Dilley and
G. S. Allen, who recently purchased
formerly of this office, has accepted a
Miss Maude Shannon will entertain
position with the Pacific Art Studio,
the Fluer de Lis at her home this
left yesterday for an extended visit to
and began her duties there Monday.
his old home in Linesville, Pa. He
Ralph Kinton of Banks, and mana is called there by the illness of his
Mr. and Mrs. J. Crow of Gresham, ger of the Banks Mercantile Co., of
mother who is advancing in years.
are visiting a few days in Forest Grove that place, was in town Monday and
He will also probably go to South
reports that business there is flourish America to settle up the estate of his
John A Stripling returned from ing.
brother who died there some time ago.
Natron, Oregon, Tuesday, after an ab
G. W. McGraw of Banks was in town
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a daugh
sence of several months.
Tuesday and paid this office a friendly
Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark of Portland, call. Mr. McGraw says that politics
and Mrs. James Bryan of Dilley, last
attended the funeral of Mrs. Shipley are not “ boiling” in that section as
Tuesday night. Parties wishing the
the attendance of Dr. Large in this
We save you money on
Mrs. Ed. Ward and children, who
Miss Jennie Underwood spent Sat
class of cases, will greatly oblige him,
left last week for North Bend, Oregon
urday and Sunday in Portland the guest
if convenient, by engaging his services
have been heard from by Dr. Ward
two or three months prior to the ex
and reports that they were all sick ex
We have taken advantage of
Frank Baer, the motorman who has cept the dog.
the money flurry and bought our
been sick several days, is again at his
Reports received from Hugh Sparks,
H. M. CAKE SPEAKS HERE.
stock for cash at a big discount,
duties on the car.
I who is traveling for the Pacific Month
and we defy any dealer to com
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Little Robt. Loomis, who had a se- j ly and incidently giving charcoal re
pare quality and prices with us.
The speaker further declared that
vere attack of diphtheria recently is , cita’s, are to the effect that he is meet-
Watches and jewelry receives the
United States Senators have not been
able to be about.
j ing with success.
most, careful attention
a success for the reason that they
brought to us for repairs and the
Mrs. W. B. Shively of Portland, is
The Fisher. farai>y. who have been have been elected by interests that
work is done in the shortest pos
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. un(^er quarantine for several weeks on
control the legislatures and were not
sible time that first class work
M. Peterson this week.
! acc°unt of diphtheria, are all well and
the quantine is lifted. This is the free to serve the people but must abide
can be done.
Mrs. Kane of Portland, formerly last case reported.
responsible for their election. H s
teacher in tl.e public school here, vis
G. W. Richardson ..of McCoy, pur hoped, he said, that if he went to
ited Sunday with Mrs. Leabo.
chased through the Wright, Cornelius congress that he would be sent by the
Watchmaker & Jeweler
Rev. Barber has purchased the re & Co. real estate agency, ihe residence direct vote of the people and that he
Forest Grove 2nd doer w est of Fostof.'ice
mainder of the large lot on Third ave property of Art Canles in South Park
would work and vote for the interests j
nue of Mrs. FL W. Haines.
of the people. He declared allegience
C. R. Callaway, the groceryman, has
A new barber shop has been opened to the republican party and against the
moved into his fine new house on the in this city just across the street from machine politician whose days he de- j
corner Main and Third avenue.
this office, by Stream & Gilbert. They dared were numbered. He said that
he could see no reason why the people The Place to Buy Your
H H. Porter lias begun the erection are both first class barbers and will no
should not elect the senators the same
of a flue house in the Curtis sab-divis
as they elect the congressmen, gov- j
ion about one mile north of town.
The second division of the Ladies
ernors or any other officers. He re
The Leabo hotel is receiving the at Working Socidty will hold a social in ferred to the election of the presidents
tention of the carpenters who are put the Church parlors on Tuesday, March and declared that it was the same as W e are not in the wholesale
17, 1908. Supper will be served at
busjness but we are selling at
ting on an addition to the office.
advocated by the statement; that the
half-past five. Admission 20 cents.
Mrs. H. D Jones, formerly of this
The editor of this paper and wife the oeople and could see no reason
city but now of Portland was the guest
Our house is not full but we
; are under many obligations to Mrs. W. why the legislators should not do like
of Mrs. G. O. Rogers last Satutdav.
have a large variety, and they
| H, Parker for a “ mess” of tamales. wise.
WANTED —Position on farm
by ] Mrs. Parker is a peer in the manufac
Mr. Cake gave the machine politi
are going fast.
Eastern man and wife. M. W . VAN ture of the Spanish dish as we will
cian a pretty hard jolt on the line of |
METER, Dilley, OTe.
Harness made to order and
the possibility of a democrat being
Avery Rafferty has taken a few days
strap guaranteed. W e
Mrs. E. A. Hamm of this city has
vacation from the store of Hoffman & 1 o; ened a home cooking establishment other year in as much as the republi- j stand by all our work.
Alien Co., to improve his property.
j in the room formerly occupied by the can majority in this state is between
W e have two men at work
and 40,000. He declared
— Your wheel should be put in prop Forest Grove National bank on Main 25,000
but can not get the work out
er shape for winter. Corl and Son j street, and will also cany a line of that the republicans should spend their
time in party fealty and if they did
will do it.
there would be no need to hide be
hind the fence.
Come in and examine our
After the meeting was over Mr. Cake
line of first-class Saddles.
met many of the citizens of this place
and impressed them as being a man
D on’t forget the place.
who if sent to the senate wou,«Lbe a
o f tilt
friend of theirs. He left on the m orn-1
ing train for Newberg where he spoke New Bri^k
the following night. It is his intention j
to travel all over the state in the in
u t t he c I om c of huNluv.HM M n r c t i «In i, I90H
terest of his candidacy.
The full catalogue of Edison and
Columbia Talking Machine Records
will be kept »t The Bazaar after March
Sam Moulton, the barber, has had
the interior of his shop tepapered ad
ding materially to the neatness of the
B. B. Goff and his two young sons ;
of Hillside, went to Portland Saturday j
to visit over Sunday with Mr. Goff’ s
F IR S T N ATIO N AL B A N K
B R O W N S AN D G R A Y S W IL L PREVAIi
Por Men one! Youths
1 j i
Pacific Art Studio
Forget to Call on
A b ra h a m
B ro s .
C orn er
and see the -new goods which are arriving every dav
Some very fine shirt waists, laces and embroideries of i
W e aim to give you the worth of your monev
whether you buy dry goods, shoes, ladies or gents furnistl
ings or groceries.
Every thing is as good as represented
Phone orders will receive careful and prompt atteri y
W e respectfully solicit your tradì
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Pacific Avt I
WATCHES and JEWELRY
C A R LO A D
W. S. Reynolds
One Carload of
and one Carload
o n s
Fairst Annual Statement
F O R E S T GROVE N A T I O N A L BANK
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Loans and D isc ou n t..............
U. 9 . Bond* and Prem ium *
O th e r Bonds
Real Ksta’ e
Furniture and Fixtures
P tif from I \ Trcjs
(H ju from banks
Cath on hand
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$ 1.250 in'
P e p o tt it .
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A A IL L IIN E R Y
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At Gertruda Kirkwood’s Millinery Parlors
XV. E. B O W M A N
c< irl l»ulUllnw .
You are cordially invited to attend. There will be on
display a complete line of Millinery including a special
department for Infants and Children.
ON THE WAY
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