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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1908)
T o be held in
P O R T LA N D ,
June 1 to 6, 1908
Will be the most Brilliant
Floral Fiesta and Civic Jubilee
Ever held in the Pacific Northwest
Portland, “ The Rose City,” will be
a scene of splendor and the center
of world-wide interest for one week.
Several important conventions are
to be held in Portland on that oc
T H E
P A C IF IC CO.
Will sell special tickets on
this occasion from F O R E S T
G R O V E to P O R TLA N D
and return at
W. BROW N, Local Agent
M AN GOLD
United States Senator
H. M. CAKE, of Multnomah.
Representative in Congress.
W IL L IS C. H A W LEY, of Marion.
R O B E R T S. BEAN, of Lane.
N O VER W H ELM IN G majority of Oregon’ s
Dairy and Food Commissioner
J. W. B A IL E Y , of Multnomah.
voters by registration have formally declared
Railroad Commissioner— First Dist,.
that they believe in the principles of the R e
THOM AS K. CA M PBELL, of Lane
publican Party. Let them now show that they are
Prosecuting Attorney— Fifth Dist. ■
honest bv voting in accordance with their declara
E. B. TO N GUE, of Washington
r ender, Ju icy , Steak. I
tions. T he Oregon election comes before the Re
Joint Senator for Twenty-Fourth Sen
publican National Convention. Let every Republi
R oasts and Stews,
can voter in the First Congressional District uphold
W. N. B A R R E T T , of Washington.
the honor ol the Republican Party in Oregon and
Senator Eleventh Senatorial Dist.
Sausage andB ^
strengthen the influence of Oregon’s delegation in
WM. D. WOOD.
the National Convention by voting for H. W. Cake
for United States Senator and W. C. Hawley for
A ll kinds of Fresh
R. H. G R E E R .
Representative in Congress. If either of these R e
C H A R LES H INES.
publican nominees fail of election the primary
S. A. D. M E E K .
election system will be discredited and a return of
boss rule will be invited. The good name of Ore
GEO. G. HANCOCK.
REGISTERED GERMAN COACH
gon’s voters will be smirched and Oregon’s delega
For County Clerk.
Registered German Coach Stallion.
tion to the National Convention will be placed in a
J. W. B A ILEY .
humi'.'ating position. For the effect it will have on
years old, weight 1700 lbs., col
For Recorder of Conveyances.
the November election it is imperative that the
or deep chestnut sorrel, gentle dispo
W IL L IS IRELA N D .
Republican nominees in the June election shall be
sition, finely built and fine action. Sired
For Countv School Superintendent.
elected by, an overwhelming majority. As a be
M. C. CASE.
by Martin, Grand Sire, Bernard. Dam ------- ---------------------- --- — ^
liever in tne principles of the R.publican Party it is
For County Treasurer.
Philine by Baron 2nd.
your duty to be at the polls June 1st, and vote foi
W. M. JACKSON.
Cake and Hawley.
Will Make the Season of 1908
For County Surveyor.
I L. C. W A LKER.
Monday, Hancock & Gordon’s Barn.
Tuesday, Williams’ Barn, North Yam
For County Assessor.
Wednesday, Carlton Livery Barn.'
FINE WORK DONE 1HEAP ~ till•i»[.
E. C. BROWN.
White shirt - - - 10c Drawer, .
Business Meeting of Women's Club.! 'America” which thrilled the vastaud-j
Balance of week at Hancock & Gor
For County Commissioner.
. . .
10c White Waiitt 10 ».
White Skirt. . 10 to 50 Underskirts
The business meeting of the Wo
li K •
tion. Rev. Gould offered up the pray- j
. . 8c Stockings .
T E R M S: Single Service, S20; In
men’s Club was held in the Congrega- ,
Handkerchiefs - - 2 c Collars
er and read the scripture lesson and
sure, $30. Careful but not responsible
tional church parlors Tuesday afternoon
Men's White Vests 10 15c »ants . .
the Congregational church furnished
with Mrs. Belle T . Hoge, p.esident, in |
Sealed bids will be received until 2 for accidents.
- - . to 20c Dnatert
Towels - . - 20c Dor. Naps,ns . .
,, , o’clock p. m. of the 4th day of June, i
In speaking of Peace, Rev. Boyd . 1908< and then opened for the con-1
Officers and leaders of departments ]
For particulars write to
Bed Sheets, Table clotha, Nleht Gowns, Waw j
said that war is truly hell; whether it
read reports on the work ol the year, j
struction of a fill to take the place of
C U iO . O . H A N C O C K ,
Drawers. Underwear. Apron, and Corset Com, |
be war of fighting armies or individual
showing the club to be improving and
| the slough bridge at the Geiger place
hatred. This is the least military of
Foresi frei I
treasurer’s report \
south of Cornelius.
M. P O O L E ,
ages but there is still war of classes—
showed a most satisfactory balance. |
For the construction of a bridge and
conflicts between labor and capital,
But little delay was occasioned when it
fill near the Vicker place about one
strifes, home discords, divorces, as
came to the election of officers, the
mile northeast of Cornelius.
saults; which are deeds of hatred and
result of which was as follows: Miss
For the construction of the Minter
strife. ‘Blessed are the peacemakers
Mary F. Farnham, president; Mrs. E.
bridge across the Tualatin river about
Sealed bids for the erection of a new
for they shall be called the sons of
E . Williams, vice president; Mrs. J. A.
2 miles southeast of Hillsboro.
-I school building at Dilley, Oregon will
God.’ Physical courage is less to be
Abbott, secretary; Mrs. E. H. Brown,
admired than moral courage; it is the
be SCen 31 mV ° f' ! be received by the Board of Directors
corresponding secretary; Mrs. C. V. B.
I fice after May 25th
of School Dist. No. 10. Plans and
moral courage for which we love our
Russell, treasurer; Mrs. L. L. Watt and
The Court reserves the right to re
Everybody knows that
specifications may be seen at the office
heroes. There is no peace for the
Mrs. W. N. Ferrin members of the
je ct any or all bids.
of the clerk of said Dist. at Briggs
wicked— no place for graft, evil influ
executive board; Mrs. Chas Hines,
By order of the Commissionets,
we keep the best Meats
Bros’s store. Building must be com
ence or whiskey. T o have peace war
Miss Farnham and Mrs. F . J. Miller
J . w. G o o d in ,
pleted by Sept. 1st, 1908. Bids will
to be had, but this is to ■
with Mrs. J. A. Abbott and Mrs. D. I ls
be opened May 30th. The Board re
Feuor alternate delegates to the State ; . " .th* eve^ nf " nl0fn s* rvlckes * ere
serves the right to reject any or all
i • ,
held in the Methodist church, when
remind you to give us J
Federation which will meet at LaGrande ■ D
bids. The successful bidder will be
Rev. Hiram Gould hit the liquor busi
in October. Leaders of departments _
Notice is hereby given that the ; required to give 50 per cent of his bid
ness a hard jolt and stated that a whis
for next year: Domestic Science. Miss
key article appearing in last week’s School Directors of School District No. as bonds.
Estelle Elliott, president; Mrs. Chas.
By Order of the Board,
issue of the Times and signed by one 2, of Washington county, Oregon, will
Hines vice piesident; Miss Minnie
E Ward was a paid liquor advertise receive sealed bids for the construction
a B n e r B r ig g s ,
Myers, secretary and treasurer; Mrs.
ment containing misstatements. “ They of a school house in said district,
H. Gould, Chautauqua circle class.
dare not tell the truth,’ ’ he said, Pians and specifications can be ex-
The executive board surprised the
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Anarilas would feel proud if he were amined at district clerk’s office in Cor
club members by inviting
nelius, by May 19th, 1908. Bidder
! here to think he was so truthful.”
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been
the dining room for refreshments, Mrs.
In speaking upon the enforcement will be required to give a bond of 50 duly appointed by the County Court of the State of Ore
Hoge and Mrs. Hughes serving from
For the Best, Un-to-H.a’e Work.
of prohibition he cited many places per cent of contract price. Bids will gon, for Washington County, as administrator of the
estate of Rebecca Traver deceased. All persons hav
a table beautifully decorated with
Baths. Pacific Ave, FoiestGrove.
where the law has been maintained by be received until June 5th, 1908.
ing claims against said estate are hereby notified and
trailing sprays of pink roses. After an
single individuals. “ Saloon men say
required to present the same to me properly verified as
A. L Wirt.?, Proprietor
hour of social pleasure the third year !
by inw required, at the office of J. N. Hoffman at For
more liquor sold under j je c t any or all bids.
of the Women’s Club closed, to begin
Contract to be completed by Oct. est Grove, Washington County, Oregon, within six
prohibition than license.
months from the date hereof. Dated this 21st day of
work again in October.
R . N I X O N , Dentist
then that they should want prohibi | 5th, 1908.
R. W . TR A V ER ,
Union Memorial Services.
Forest Grove, Oregon
Administrator of the estate of Rebecca Traver, de
Dated May 14th, 1908.
Beautiful and impressive union M e
H o r a c e G. F i t c h ,
O F F IC E
T h re e
o -ti'o ol H»riev'< store. OiB
J . N. Hoffman, Attorney.
morial services were held at the Con
M H ' P V.
Last Saturday, Mrs. J . A, Abbott
gregational church Sunday morning.
Every seat in the main house was oc entertained the Chautauqua class of
Candidate for County Clerk.
cupied and the side doors had to be the Woman’ s Club. A very dainty
hereby announce myself as an
opened to admit of the large congrega
luncheon was served. A few guests i
Homeopathist and Surgery
tion which sang and listened well— es
Independent Republican Candidate for
Corpo- OFFICE ot!
pecially, "Onward Christian Soldier."
the office of County Clerk at the coun- Forest Grove,
uion Law a Specialty. Hines Stmt
Miss Maud Shannon sang beautifully E. Meresse and Mrs. W. B. Haines.
ty general election. I beg to state
— Ladies, do you contemplate buy- riorest Grove,
- - Oregcs
that my action in this matter is gov-
ng a new dress, waist, or skirt this
j erned solely by the urgent and repeat spring? If so, call at Hoffman & Allen
ed request of many leading citizens of Co’s. They can supply your needs.
Washington County. I further assure
Let T H E NEWS do your job work. F A S H ! O X STABLES
! the voters that it was only after being We guarantee good
President o f Leiand S tanford U niversity W rites on fully convinced that my candidacy for good stock and most reasonaDle
prices. Pacific Ave.
the Columbia R iver Salmon Crisis.
said office was earnestly desired bv the
T O R E P U B L IC A N V O T E R S
V eg etab les
O ro cerk
W. F. SCHULTi 1
For Particulars call on
WM. M cM U R R A Y ,
senger Agent, Portland, Ore.
W M . D. W O O D
Republican Nominee for
DR. CHAS. HINES
Republican Candidate for
A Taxpayer will work for the Best In
terests of the Taxpayer.
Saeiens & Co.
City Shaving Parlors
Farmers of this section are jubilant
over the good sunshine after the pro
longed rains of the season. Grass and
crops are looking fine.
Roy was defeated last Sunday in a
hot game of base ball by the Banks
Outlaws by a score of 3 to 7. The
Dutch team was weakened considera
bly by the absence of the Jasper boys.
Her many friends mourn the taking
away of Miss Carrie Mills who died at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Mills, in this vicinity May 14.
Death was the result of an attack of
typhoid fever. Miss Mills was a native
daughter of the county and received
her education in the Forest Grove
A bolish M erciless Fishxvheels
S a ys D avid S ta rr Jordan
\V. H. HOLLIS,
HANCOCK & GORDON
— Hoffman and Allen Co. are agent
people that I consented to permit my
Stanford University, Cal., May 13. when the water is clear.
name to be used. Now that I have for the famous Butterick patterns.
1 9 0 8 .— Mr. Edward Rosenbeig. A s-j
Very truly yours,
— Bailey will buy your Wool and
toria, Oregon: In response to a re-
DAVID STA R R JORDAN,
taken this course I feel that my record
quest from Mr. Hylen I am giving you |
is sufficiently familiar to all voters of Mohair.
my opinion as to certain matters con
CUTTING A SPECIALTY
BOY WANTED— As night operator;
this county to warrant my assurance,
nected with salmon fishing in the | The Oregon State Grange passed the
Columbia. As you know, I was t h e , following resolutions at its meeting that if elected, I will perform the du
— Money to loan on farm security.
ties of said office in a manner satisfac-
first Commissioner ever sent out to
H O L L I S T E R ’S
investigate the salmon. I spent some
Whereas; There has been referred , tory t0 aq citizens of this county, and W. H. Hollis. Forest Grove
the Committee on Resolutions for that I will accord to each and every
— Boos’ building rock and shingles time in Astoria in 1880 and I have
— W e’ ll buy your wool and mohair.
#A Busy Me i
made a number of visits there or farther | consideration the two fish bills relating
can be had at Roy.
one the courteous treatment rightfully Bring it in.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vif*
north in the same interest since then.
the fishing industry to be voted on
A s p e c ific f o r C o n s tip a tio n . InrtigertjflMjH
and K id n e y tro u b le s . P im p les, Eczema m
I have not changed my opinion in this [ *t the June election, bills No. 319 and expected of a public officer.
B lo o d . B a d B r e a t h . S lu g g is h Bowels.
tim e as to these matters.
3 3 2 , respectively:
a n d B a c k a c h e . I ts R o c k y M o u n t a in s » - J
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of an execution, l e t fo rm . 16 c e n t , a box. Uenuin« w ;
( 1 ) The fish wheel and the sta-
Your Committee has carefully ex-
E . L. M c C o r m ic k .
degree and order of sale, issued out of and und?r the H o l l i s t e r D r c o C o m p a c t .
tionary trap in the Columbia R iv er; amined into these two bills as far as
seal of the Circuit Court of State of Oregon lor the HOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW W
County of Washington, dated 6th day of April, 1908,
Hundreds More in Fore: should be abolished. It would be well their time would permit and have to
A Good Suggestion.
in favor of E. S. Callender and against Daniel Mc
for the fishing interests of the country report that we favor proper protection
Grove in the Same Plight
Cloud and John McCloud, for the sum of Two hundred SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAIL»1
if the stationary trap in all of its var
ninety three and 50-100 »$293.50) Dollars, and for the
Forest Grove Time Tabi*
Tired all the time;
further sum of Eighty five and 80-100 ($85.80) Dollars,
ious forms was everywhere eliminated, to that end we condemu as a great wake up.
for this is the most destructive and
Weary and worn out night and da
r t ,,|
Buy as many lots today as you can. Three Hundred Seventy nine and 30 100. Together No. 7 departs 6 : 0 a. m.. arrives a:
undiscriminating kind of fishing. On State the operarion of fish wheels in
Back aches; side aches.
with interest from April 6, 1908, being the amount due
8:50 a. m.,
the Columbia, where the river is J the narrows of said river and demand Hold on to them like a bull dog to a on said Judgment, to me directed and delivered, com No.
1:30 p- m ..
All on account of the kidneys.
4:W p. m.,
narrow and swift, the fish wheel is not and urge the passage of a law remov trouser leg.
manding me to make sale of real property, hereinafter No. 1
Must help them at their work.
Make your payments regular; to described. I have levied upon and pursuant to said ex
only very destructive, buL has the j ing the same and also further recom
Mr«. A. Whitcomb, living on Edison st. Hil!sb<
ecution, decree and order of sale, I will on Monday, No. 2 1». Portland 7:00 a. m. 1» Toros C n o
additional evil effect of ( a ) taking
No. t "
1100 a. in., ar. it
Oregon, »ays: *T had been bothered with kidney ;«i
the 15th day of June, 1008, at the South door of the No. 4
4:10 p .m ., 1». „
work from the fishermen, and ( b ) of structed as to remove all traps from j other.
Madder trouble for a long time, as a result of this : t .
Court House in Hillsboro, Washington County, Oregon, No. 10 "
5:40 p m . >'
In a year you will add a few more. at the hour of 10 o’clock A. M of said day sell at Pub
ble, I endured a great deal of m isery My kidneys we
taking the fish when they are not in said stream.
E. C. SIMPSON, Age»
too frequent in action and gave me grea* annoycm
| Pretty soon you will be trading in real lic Auction to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, all
the best condition, for fish for canning ,
especially at night. As the result for the loss of res*
the following described real property, lying, being and [ W. E. COMAN, General freigW
ought to be taken in tide-water.
wt uid arise In the morning feeling tired and worn o’
The Oregon State Federation of L a
situate in Washington County. Oregon, and particularly Passenger Agent, Portland.
1 Europe when it rains.
(.2 ) It would be well if all fishing |
when I attempted to stoop or Mft anything sharp pat
described as follows, to-wit:
bor has also endorsed the same pro
would »hoot through the small of my bock and 1 wou
on a large scale above tide-water in the ; posed legislation.
The North half of Northeast quarter of Section j
aui^er intensely. I took two or three different term
See us or write us to see you.
Twenty two (22- Township Three t j) North ol Range |
Columbia should be prohibited.
d.es but did not And relief. At last my attention »
We will get together and put you Three (3) West of the W'illamette Meridian containing
( 3 ) 1 would also recommend that
To save Columbia River Salmon
d'.twn to Duan s Kidney Fill* and I procured a bo»
! on the right road. Some good invest eighty 1 80) acre«,—and ail of the right, title and inter 25 lbs. and under.. .
a careful study of gill-net and similar vote as follows:
The pains and aches soon vanished, mv kidneys at
est of each and all of the defendants above named, had ■
ment from $5 and up per month.
rrg u ’ar and normal and I have not had a return of an
methods of fishing be made, with a TRUE FISH BILL
in and to the ame *t the date of the execution of the I 50
trouble | f r r
I can recommend Ihvan’s Kidney Pill
Lots S200 to $1000.
mortgage up n w >ich said judgment and decree is !
view to the ultimate interest of the 332 X I Yes.
See Woodruff & Howard at the based to saiisry u..- hereinbefore named sums, and for i
fishing industry, as even if worse forms
the costs and expenses of sola and said writ.
For sale bv all dealers. Price 5( of fishing were eliminated, there are 333
Said sale will be made 'subject to redemption as per Cake lots, per cake............. ' " J
cents. Foster Milburn Co., BuSalo still perhaps too many gill-nets for the F1SHWHEEL OWNERS’ TRICK BILL
Ice delivered every morning T j
JU C o
irca n i
g u a ra n te e s
p le a s e
, , .
D**«1 •* Hi laboro, Oregon, cn this 12th day of May. Sunday;
New York, sole agents for the Unitei size of the river.
w ith t h e l a te s t a n d
m o s t o r ig in a l h a ir-
\. D. 1 * » .
T o prohibit gill-net fishing after
Phone your orders not later
J. w . CONNELL.
' cut. Sharp razors properly handled.
dark would virtually destroy the effec 319 I X No.____________
Sheriff of Washington County. Oregon.
R-m em ber the name— Doan’s— am
tiveness of that industry at all times j
RO SEW V R * * L
A a s » th is tU o p In g u n t il I ter.iro n
Opposite News Office.
1 W . H. Hollis, Attorney for Plaintiff.
Ukc no other.
Moulton & Bogan
Oregon Grunge Speaks.
Rocky Mountain Tea Nu
ALL TIRED OUT.