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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
in? games. Mrs. Frost served refresh-,
ments of cake and cocoa.
Mrs R. M. Bisbee shipped some |
dressed pork to M. J. Jones of Port-
Paul Pratt of Salem, is visiting his land, Thursday,
lister Mrs. Cora Adkins of Ga.es Mr. George Schoch is in Benton
| county on business pertaining to his |
Mrs. Joseph Lee has been quite property there.
ick and is under the care of Dr. Via. Several families from here attended
Miss Ruey Dallas who has been I church services at Masonic Hall last
titing in Reedville, returned home Sunday morning.
A representative of the Chicago
Miss Myrtle Corum spent Saturday Portrait Co. was through here this
id Sunday on Gales Creek.
week and booked several orders.
John Ranes, Charley Lousignont The little folks of Miss Keagy’s Sun
id Harrison Heisler returned Sunday day school class have been invited to
from a trip to Wilson River.
a “ taffv pull” at her home Saturday
KM E. Quick and daughter of Hills afternoon.
boro made a business trip to Gales Some very bad places in the road
near Ivo de Vlaemincks were repaired j
Miss Maud Lilly returned home Sunday by the road commissioner and |
Sane, y on account of sickness.
The Base Line Logging Camp have Prof. C. Hawthorne will speak at
flnished logging at the old camp. Rockefeller Hall Saturday evening,
They say they will not log any more April 4. The subject of his address
will be “Signs of the Times.”
Mohair and W ool
Are the absorbing topics of the hour these days, and we Take Pleasure in
announcing that this year we are in a position to offer you the
TOP GASH PRK2E
for all you bring us,
We also call your attention to our immense stock of
D ry G o o d s
Cake Being Heartily Received.
C lo th in g
Mr. and Mrs. Will Cady of Forest “Antagonistic to the verge of bitter
Grove, were visitors at the home of ness remnants of the old machine
which once dominated Oregon politics
Harry Graham on Sunday.
O u r S h elve s a n d G o u n te rs a re lo a d e d w ith g o o d thin gs fttr you.
taken up the fight for the defeat
Mrs. Egerer is visiting her parents, of have
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Roberts,
Mrs. Dakin has just passed her sev that "In method,
Portland and other larger cities
entieth mile-stone. She is still a good of the state,
machine crowd is cen-!
cook regardless of her age as some of tering its fight the upon
H. M. Cake can
her friends can testify. She gave them didate for the Republican
ft dinner in honor of her birthday.
for United States Senator. Mr. Cake
Miss Gladys Ramsey of Forest is a firm believer in the popular elec
Grove, has been visiting with her cous tion of United States senators and be
d in, Mrs. Walter Buckley.
cause of his belief in the people, has
incurred the enmity of the old raa-
politicians, Those who are i
B. iley Lewis is hauling stone from qhine
the situation however, believe
OUR MOTTO IS:
the,quarry to Gales.
that the machine fight against Mr.
" Earl Tupper and wife were visitors Cake, is the best thing that could hap
ofjloy Tolson Sunday.
pen for his campaign.
school started last Monday Miss
The people of Oregon expressed
by their adoption of the primary law
fitch being the teacher,
^fe'he dance at Geo. Beals last Friday and Statement No. 1, what they
thought of machine methods. The
nigh: was not very successful.
^Charley Ball, who has been absent old system had brought shame and
hym this place for seven yeais and liv- disgrace upon the state—had made the
east of the mountains, is visiting city of Salem almost a Gomorrah ip
the way of political wickedness. Pe
ds in this vicinity.
newspapers of national
8fohn Beal and Earl Tupper have circulation and
to our state as one
pleted their contract of grubbing
corruption, of dis
‘It is in the hope of reviving this
. J. McParland took a trip to Port- old method by the defeat of Statement
No. 1 and of Mr. Cake, that the ma
politicians have started such a
Irs. L. L. Crawford took a trip to bitter crusade
against this new law.
Indeed, it is their only hope. Under
ie family of Emmet Quick has the present system, they are without a
red to Hillsboro.
job. It is Impossible for a dictator to
!isses Lillian and Viola Parker at- sit in his office and say what shall and
led the drama, Saturday.
shall not be done by the people of
/t. E T S G E R T O M.
It is all smooth sailing when you place a Liner Ad :
F O R E S T GRÒ VE
Irs. D. O’Donnell spent the past Oregon. No longer is a saturnalia of
in this column. A few words here will reach 5,000
bribery and corruption possible at
fck in Portland visiting friends,
Insertion, 2 l<j cents each subsequent insertion. I
Minimum charge 10 cts.
ifaltel g fs s Olga Peterson came up Satur- Salem.
“ Evidences of this hostility on the
first tried to
\ to teach the Hayward school,
your farms and other properties , K . iV. S t a e h r
speak, he failed for LIST
I). F . F le c k
the drama that was given at Buxton part of the “system” have been ap
T. H. Littlehales, Forest j
and hurst into Grove National
O F F I C E A T T H E IS A Z A A R . N E X T T O P O S T O F F I C E
kch 28, met with good success,
Bank Building. 27tf
Ctke has spoken during his present
la m e s Lucas and family of Portland, itinerary.
SAND FOR S ale —Anyone wanting ]
~_ked with J. T. Lucas over Sunday. to hear him, but conspicuous by their
S o m e o f t h is w e e k * s B a r g a i n s
sand apply to J. F. Haynie &
W r. and Mrs. Whitney of Forest absence were the old-time leaders.
W ebster's career was reached Son or phone 37x Independent.
Good six-room house, only 2
1 acre of land just outside of
ve, are visiting friends near Buxton And in this connection it is a fact
just after bis admission to the | 38-t4.
from Main street for $700.
bar, when he was ofTered a
The land is all planted in fruit $50 down and $12 per month
worth mentioning that most of these court clerkship.
At that time he was -------------------------------------------------i
trees and bushes. If sold soon, takes it.
4evi White, Jesse Phillips and El- antagonistic politicians are either office very poor and had shown little of the FOR S ale —Oregon S t r a w b e r r y
wonderful oratorical ability which aft plants; 1000 at 25c per hundred. 1 this can be had for $1600
Fisher, who went to the logging holders or have some claim upon those erward
distinguished him. The tender Also 2 houses for sale; 5 and 7 rooms.
New six room house 2 blocks farm A 7 well miles improved
^p last week, returned Saturday who are at present in office.
of such a place was therefore a sore
from the P. O., with J of an acre acre. This is a snap. $40 per
the report that they couldn’t get “The people who are rallying to temptation. Webster, however, decid See James Stephenson.
of ground for sale cheap or ex-
not to take it. stating that he in
Mr Cake’s standard are those republi ed
for a small tract of land close to Good new 7-roofn house with
tended to say things himself, not sim EGGS FOR S a l e —Black Minorcas,
two lots on car line for only
Mfhe drama ‘‘Thompkins Hired Man” cans who are intensely loval to their ply w rite things that other people said.
5 acres of land with good new $ 1000 .
He began practicing in a small New and Barred Plymouth Rock, pure
pnsented in the Grange hall Saturday, party but who resent any such dicta Hampshire
and remained a citi bred, 50c for 13. Pure bred Mallard
house and barn, one mile from Here is a chance for you to
a great success. The hall was torial methods as the old machine was zen of th at town
state many years before Duck, 50c for 10. Leave orders at
Ulcd ilmost beyond seating capacity. wont to use.
be was Anally "discovered” and In
of land with good get a farm with a little money.
duced to locate In Boston. When Web Abraham Bros, or Hughes phone 415,
The characters were well carried out "It is a foregone conclusion that ster
lots of fruit, only 60 acres of land, half of it
h nice sum of money realized by Statement No. 1 will prevail in Oregon burst into tears. Tbls was while he Gales Creek.
one block from Forest Grove cleared, 5 room house and bam,
at the coming election. It is a fore was still in school. So shy was he that
Public School, for sale for $2000. orchaid. Good spring close to
FOR S ale —New A1 finished
he could scarcely arise to recite. It
This is a snap.
Only lj mile from new
took will power and perseverance to bungalo in South Park—modem con
4 acres of fine land with house house.
to Buxton. $35 per
irretpondent: Please get Your Letter in by
and barn only one mile out for
ure—will be elected if the republican the fact that be felt his own great pow Sell at cost, half down, balance on two
$500 down, balance
$1100. About 75 bearing fruit
ers that Anally enabled blm to succeed. or three years time. Leaving city.
Even after be had overcome his N. L. Atkin*.
there is no room for doubt but that timidity
the battle was only half won.
ideal little place for a fruit and
33 acres of land with new 7
^ ^ ^ ^ e F. M. P. A. bad a meeting at
FOR SALE—1J acres just outside
and large barn 2i
sounding, but contained little sub
Seven-room house on large lot miles house
tM| -1 all Saturday evening.
—Mark L. Noble, the veteran Real stance. One local critic said they were the city limits. Fair house, barn,
Good location. $1400. Half cash.
emptiness.” W ebster heard
s. John Ihrig and children visited Estate man is still doing business at of “full the of criticism,
and It cut him, but chicken house, all kinds of fruit. A
6 room house for rent cheap.
the old stand on Main street, in brick be had enough common sense to recog bargain; $1200. T. H. Littlehales,
res at Hillsboro last week,
160 acres of land in Crook
nize the Justice of the stricture and to National Bank Building.
2 beautifa! located lots in
en Dilley now ships cream to the j building over Russell’s shoe store. 38t2 proAt
to exchange for Forest
—For the next 30 days A. S. Ve to Indulge In mere oratory for Its own
llwood Creamery Co. of Port. •
and to speak only when be had
Hattie Hekstrom and little son nen will sell his best IS and 20 year sake
something to say.
level bottom land, 1J miles to Forest
rtland, are visiting at M. Bisbee’s. j
H o u s e s fo r R ent
As a hoy on the farm W ebster did Grove on milk route. First-class new
38-t2 not like to work, but when he got Into
L Sundamier of Dilley, purchased . tion.
own Acid he was on occasions a bam, young orchard. One-third of
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horse of Mrs. R. M. Bisbee re- —Hoffman & Allen Co. can supply bis
When in school, crop goes with place. Price, 1100 per
your wants in blankets and comforts at he was given worker.
a hundred lines of Vir acre. T. H. Littlehales, Forest Grove
News and Pacific Monthly $2 00.
All night he worked
Mr and Mrs. Reynolds of Forest
when called upon to reject w hst
—Don’t forget that Hoffman it Al snd.
traits 40 cents, frames 10 cents and
H r are occupying Mrs F srer.c
he had learned, not only did so. but
sheet pictures one cent each. Monuments
K r ’ house.
F or SALE—Two thoroughbred
W E E K » G R A N IT E CO.
r ,n make 400 per cent profit of
P o r t l a n d , O ra.
^pteen young friends of Reuben month.
he stated that he waa ready to re|*-st Duroc sows due to farrow soon. Also 136 per week. Catalogue and Sam A O I H i t if.
Tot Dvsigns and S ih m sec
two well bred colts one year old. ple-4 free. Frank W. Williams Coro-
gave him a surprise party last —Easter Postals and cards are now WW) With
V . H. L IM B E R
ready at The Book Store 25c (or personal the
flay :: being his s xteenth :
appearance was more thau John Allen, on old Carey Porter place ir any, 1208 W. Taylor St., Chicago.111. j L o c a / A g e n t
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