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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1908)
spring and summer months, was here
this week looking after business mat
Walter Hamer who is at present
employed at Hillsboro, visited with his
parents over Sunday.
W. M. Hendershott, a Portland hop
buyer, was here Tuesday interviewing
j growers in this vicinity.
! Miss Marie Belshaw of Portland,
; formerly of this place, was the guest
of friends here Sunday.
Mrs. Thomas H. Tongue, Jr., of
Hillsboro, spent Saturday afternoon
in this city the guest of friends.
F IR ST N ATIO NAL 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
Most of our Spring and Summer showings have
D IR E C T O R S <
k. .VI. Dooly
P ra n k H. Dooly
M . Peterson
M. C . W o r t in an
arrived and you are invited to call around and
J . K. Lo o m is
k . M, Dooly, J r .
U H M L S
the A. Beimrohr saw mill at Gales
of no small order
Creek and will begin his work there
has devoted itself
the coming week. He will be pre
to the dev e 1 o p -
pared to meet his old friends and ready
John Ireland, a prominent farmer of to give figures to prospective builders.
ment of photo
the Greenville neighborhood, was in
graphy. All the
Rev. D. A. Watters, who was pastor
the city the fore part of the week.
of the M E. church here for several
The only baking p o w d e r
FOR S a l e —T wo large teams of years, was recently elected president
have been made
made with R o ya l G rape young horses just from Eastern Oregon. q[ the port]and Methodist Ministeria,
are shown in our
Cream o f Ta rta r
I Charley Jackson.
April Fool Dance and chicken sup
Paul Garrison, who is conductor on
per in McGraw’s hall at Banks, April the Morrison-depot run in Portland,
Pay this studio a
4. Regular dance night. Come for came to Forest Grove yesterday to
visit. Admire, as
a good time.
you must, the life
spend several days with his parents, |
size charm there is
Mrs. Nellie Bogan of Woodburn, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Garrison.
— Bailey will buy your Wool and | Ore., daughter of R. M. Stevens of
in every portrait.
The two beautiful lots of M. R.
Have us make
this place, is visiting relatives and
Wagner on the corner of Third street
— There are styles in glasses. Dr. friends for a few days.
some of yourself.
and Fifth avenue were sold last week
Lowe has the latest.
We guarantee e-
— The top price at Bailey’s for your J to K. N. Staehr of the Forest Grove
— Garden seeds in bulk or package \y 00i and Mohair.
Real Estate Co. Consideration $350.
at Hoffman & Allen Co.
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Dr. Ralph Dugan, a former Forest
W. R. Harris, county fruit inspector,
it to your friends
Money to loan on farm security. G r o v e b o y > b u t now practicing dentist- asks us to state that there will be no let
to e n d o r s e our
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove
J ry in Independence,
was the guest of up on spraying this year for San Jose
scale, and states that the laws will be
Mrs. Toplin and Mrs. Stewart were friends here over Sunday,
rigidly enforced in regard -to spraying
Portland visitors the past week.
Miss Mabel Mattison, one of the
— Bring your woo! and mohair to teachers in the public schools, was ! Regular meeting of Gale Grange
Archie Bryant, Prop.
Bailey’s and get the highest price.
; indisposed the latter part of last week \ No. 282 will be held Saturday, April
4- 1908' A «ood attendance is de-
Oak Nolan, a Tillamook attorney, but resumed her work Monday.
sired. The ladies will discuss house- \
was here the latter part of last week.
Tom Rogers of McMinnville, was
Arthur J. Prideaux, principal of the cleaningi and the gcntiem en single;
Saturday in the interests of Wood-
FOR SALE —Shadeland Wonder commercial department in Willamette 1 t(X
ard-Clarke Drug Co., for which he is a
white seed oats. Edward Naylor. 39 tf University at Salem, was visiting
Newt Shipley has returned from j traveling salesman.
This was his
William Romacly, representing the friends here Saturday and Sunday.
Portland flouring mills, was here Mon
Capt. Ileaf Gunderson of the Salva- remains of his father for buriaL He
tion Army, was here last week solicit- had not been back t0 the o]d home
— Mohair and wool, Hoffman & Al ing funds for the rescue work the for ^ years and he noticed many
Hon. Hubert Bernards of McMinn
len Co. pay you the highest cash price army is maintaining in Portland.
one time a farmer of the Ver-
The Women’s Working Club was
Con McNamer and Frank H owe, a
boort settlement, was in the city last
James Reeher of Wilson, was in the entertained yesterday afternoon by well_known Portiand biue r0ck and
Tuesday renewing acquaintances with
Grove this week from his mountain Mrs. H . J. Goff and Mrs. Ed. Sej- trap sbooter, went to the lake
n ear; old-time friends. He was at one time
mour, at the home of the former.
Nel Johnson’s place at Spring Hill j a member of the lower house of the
Miss Corinne Riely of Portland, was
FOR SALE—Six milch cows now Tuesday and bagged a goodly bunch legislature from this county.
visiting Miss Josephine Baber last giving milk. Holsteins and Jerseys.
the county convention of the
Inquire of 0 . L. Doane, Forest Grove,
Have Dr. Lowe the eye specialist Modern Woodmen of America held at
Jack Latta has purchased the Pome R. F. D. No. 1.
relieve your head and eye ache with a Hillsboro Wednesday morning, L. J.
roy property and will take possession
— Ladies, do you contemplate buy pair of his superior glasses. They cost Cori of this city was chosen as a dele O f
in a few day.
ing a new dress, waist, or skirt this no more than others and you have the gate to the stare convention which will
Do not forget the Cantata to be giv spring? If so, call at Hoffman & Allen benefit of his skill and over 18 year’s j meet at Ashland May 6.
T. P. Mc-
en at the Christian church, Friday Co’s. They can supply your needs. experience.
Gruder was named as alternate,
evening, April 3.
Mrs. J. R. James of Portland, who
— Weak, weary, watery eyes wel-
The Forest, Stream, Rod and Gun
The Misses Parker, of Greenville, was the guest of Mrs. Jane N. Smith come Dr. Lowe’s glasses
Consult c]ub wj]i boid a meeting in the State
were in Forest Grove yesterday doing ; for several days, has returned home, him at Hotel Laughlin next Tuesday Game Warden’s office in the Forest
Mrs. James made a trip to California and to 4 o’clock Wednesday, April 7 Grove.^fational Bank building, Satur-
and 8. He does not peddle or go day evening, April 4 . Those interest-
Rev. Daniel Staver has been in-1 recently.
1 ed ¡n the protection of game are invit-
— We’ll buy your wool and mohair. from house to house.
dorsed by the Prohibitionists as candi
date for Congress.
Bring it in.
W. B. Rasmusen, who is manager 1 ed to attend,
W. A. Williams who moved his
W. H. Lyda, the well known saw of athletics at the University of Wash- ; The Sunday evening services under
family to Seaview, Wash., to spend the mill man, has accepted a position with ington at Seattle, visited his parents the auspices of the Congregational
here Saturday. He is a law student Brotherhood, are being well attended.
at that institution and will graduate Last Sunday night Mr. Snider spoke
with the June class.
on his experiences in the great
Mrs. Laura Miller has purchased the churches of Europe. Next Sunday
Ballard property located at the corner night there will be a musical service.
of Fifth street and Second avenue;
“ Dutch” Neil returned from Tilla
considerattion, $750. The sale was mook the forepart of the week where
made by Staehr & Fleck, the Forest he took several passengers. He says
nt U i « clone of huslneaa M a rc h 3rd. 1908
Grove Real Estate Co.
that he had quite a time while driving
in the mountains, several trees having
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k c M O U rC W M
fallen across the roans and the streams
Capital Stock...............................................$ 25.000 00
Loans and D iscounts.................................. $ 99,270 66
C irculation......................................................... 25.000 00
U. S. Bonds and Premiums ....................... 2 6,265 63
had played havoc with some of the
1 542 69
Other Bonds .................................................. 5,000 00
D eposits................................................ 206.177 81
Real Estate .................................................. 12,094 18
F urniture and F ixtures.................................
Due fro m U. S. Treas. . ..$ 1,250 00
erty this summer and make of it a
The Pacific Coast Condenser at
Duo fro m b anks
Cash on hand .................. 39,215 67 111,606 19
model suburban residence.
Hillsboro is installing an ice manufac
No Alum, No Lime Phosphate
I >iw«:c row s:
J . W . Fu q u ii
f. A. T h o rn b u rg h
• l o l l K . !$«• Ilex
W . 13. Hainen
Sam Varley who formerly ran the
local feed barn on Pacific Avenue but
Who lives on a farm a few miles west
of Hillsboro, was in the city Monday
I renewing acquaintances with
friends and doing some trading.
O r e g o n L a n d a n a T r a d in g
C om pany
(In u o rp o rn te d '
S uccessors to th e fo llo w in g F irm s:
Oregon Land Company
Wright, Cornelius & Co.
A. B. Thomas
W e are incorporated under the laws of the State of Oregon and our plan is to put the
real estate business of the county on a good, reliable and honorable basis—both for the
dealer and the party wishing his place sold. W e respectfully solicit your assistance in
TH E TAILOR.
Don’t Forget to Call on
C o 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 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
FLOUR and FEED
Forest Grove, Ore.,
S tatem ent
FOREST GROVE N A T I O N A L RANK
Thon. Cl. To d d
For Men and Youths
Pacific Art Studo
BROWNS AND GRAYS W ILL PREVAIL
OREGON LAND AND TRADING COMPANY
J. W. C O R N E L IU S , Pres.
E D W. SEY M O U R , Sec. and Mgr.
Forest Grove, Oregon
J. S. W R IG H T , V ice Pres.
A. B. T H O M A S ,T reas.
turing plant and it is expected to be in
operation in about thirty days. It is
understood that the plant here will
also make ice within the next year,
and possibly offer it for sale in the
— Next Tuesday and until 4 o’clock
Wednesday, April 7 and 8, Dr. Lowe
the well known oculo-opiician will be
at Hotel Laughlin.
He has been
been coming to Forest Grove for more
than 16 years and can furnish hundreds
of Washington county references.
Consult him for the newest and best
things in glasses.
One of the charming dances of the
season was the Leap Year ball given
in Masonic hall Saturday evening by
the ’’The Girls.” There were guests
from out of town and the occasion
proved thoroughly enjoyable.
patronesses were: Mesdames C. O.
Roe, W. M. Langley, J. T. Shannon
and E. E. Williams.
Ross Parker who is well known in
Washington county athletic circles,
and who played with the Forest Grdve
base ball team in past seasons, is doing
the twirling act for the St. Johns’ team
in the Tri-City league. Last year he
played in the Idaho state league. His
parents were formerly residents of this
city but now live in St. Johns.
One Carload of
Sash and Doors
and One Carload
ON THE IV ÄY
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