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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1908)
Don’t forget our local Rose Show,
S t a t e m e n t o f t h e C o n d it io n o f
June 6th, in the Masonic Hall. Let
us make it the best ever.
Mrs. Nona Miller Jennings formerly
FOREST OROVE, ORBOOIN
of this city, but now of Gold Hill, was
A t C a l l o f t h e C o m p t r o l l e r , M ay IV , I 9 0 S
here the first of the week.
Cash Reserve 50 per cent of Deposits
The infant daughter of Prof, and
Mrs. Ben Kori, who died last night, was
buried this afternoon.
Jake Buxton has bought a half inter
A t T h e C o rn e r Sture
Cash on hand and due
est in a grocery store at Newport and
$69.368.65 r Capital
. . . paid
.. • in .......... 25,000.00
abso lu tely
will move there at once.
Due from U. S. Treas 1 .25 0 .0 0/ Q ,
and see the new goods which are arriving every f
Col. Harry Haynes, who has been
United States Bonds. . 25,000.00 Surp' US............................10,000.00
Some very fine shirt waists, laces and embroideries
spending several months in California,
Premiums(U S Bonds). 825.00 Undivided profits.......... 1.961.58
arrived home yesterday.
Bonds and Securities. .20,414 49 Circulation..................... 25.000.00
kinds. W e aim to give you the worth of v™,
y uur moQft
Loans and discounts. .82,879.95
Mrs. James Rasmusen who was con-
whether you buy dry goods, shoes, ladies or gents fcgJ
Furniture and Fixtures . 3,443.80
■ -------1 fined to her room for several days last
Real E state............
Miss Emma Briggs was a Portland week- is mQch improved.
ings or groceries. Every thing is as good as represent*
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Caples of Port
Mrs. T. Wigman was a Hillsboro land spent a few days in this city last
Phone orders will receive careful and prompt
week guests of relatives.
Correct Attest: R. M. DOOLY, President-
Mrs. Henry Wirtz has moved to the |
Rev. H. Gould is laid up with a se
Grove again. However she will be in j
vere attack of lumbago.
Portland for the Rose Festival.
Mrs. C. F. Miller visited relatives
“ If I Only Knew
— White River Flour made of best guests were present: Mrs. Hoge, Mrs.
in Portland last Thursday.
| E. W. Haines, Mrs. E. G. Mills, Mrs.
Mrs. Wescott of Gaston, was shop
M. S. Allen and Miss Ina Gould.
ley’s Big Store.
ping in the Grove Saturday.
wear.” Yes, that
Mr. and Mrs. Torrence and Mr. and
— Bring your wool and mohair to
is the question.
joy seekers that attended the Wood Mrs. W. I. Williams and daughter
Bailey’s and get the highest price.
Lura, of Vinton, Iowa, arrived last
men picnic Saturday at Hillsboro.
Beg pardon, Miss,
week and will spend the summer with
— Baled Hay For Sale at 812.50
Mr. and Mrs. Odell.
per ton. Geo. F. Naylor. 47-ltp.
Large, of Portland, are visiting the lat
A. C. Hess and J. R. Kinder gave
John Williams is quite sick at his ter’s son Dr. C. L. Large of this city
their first moving picture show at Ma
home on Pacific avenue and Third St.
— A carload of Kimball Organs just
you wear when you f t
Professor Wilkerson accompanied his in at The Bazaar. For a short time sonic Hall Tuesday evening before a
and f e e d
u.l house. They will have a change |
base ball Colts to Hillsboro Saturday.
only they will be sold from 848.50 up. ot program twice a week.
HAVE A PICTURE
— New stock of latest Ladies’ Home
— K. N.
Forest drove, Ore.,
. The Bazaar,
Harold Jensen started yesterday with !
Journal dress patterns at Bailey’s Big
F a c ific Ave 1
He will take one
part pay on a j they w.jn ¿0 prospecting. They will j
— Don’t forget that Hoffman & Al piano.
start out of Myrtle Creek and have that
len Co. are offering rare bargains this
tially, you know
Bill Sneider of Banks killed a mon place as their headquarters.
you’ll look pretty
ster bear last week that had been
— Ngxt Wednesday and Thursday,
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred prowling around the neighboihood for j une
any attire. De
3 and 4, Dr. Lowe the well
Lyda who died yesterday was buried some time.
known oculo-optician, will be in Forest
Miss Phreda Loving, Gales Creek Grove at Hotel Laughlin. H e does
— Dr. Lowe the optician has been correspondent of the News, was doing not go from house to house,
you’ll want and
coming to Forest Grove for over 17 shopping in the Giove one day this
D. Corrieri, one of the onion grow
ers living near Newton, has 10 acres
for you on
Mrs. W. W. McEldowney and
Mrs. Boldrick has purchased the planted in onions. The onion busi-
daughter Helen were Portland visitors Wiggins lots in the north part of town, ness in this county is steadily growing
sale made through the Oregon Land & in importance.
— Hoffman & Allen Co. can supply Trading Co.
Paul Garrison who is in the employ
your wants in blankets and comforts at
John Bailey, republican candidate 1 of the street car company in Portland,
for County Clerk, was up from Hills was here several days the past week
Archie Bryant, Prop.
— You and your children are safe if boro Monday shaking hands with his the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
N ow is the time to buy them. T he following are k
you wear Dr. Lowe’s glasses— eye safe many friends.
! J. M. Garrison.
prices we will sell them at while our present stock lasts:
and price safe.
“ Bate” Harrion and Wardie Demp-
W. H. Parker of the Times, visited flower gardens at this local rose show
Mrs. L. A. Watt and Mrs. John W. sie, both former Grove boys, came out with his sons Clarence and Harvey in which is to be held at Masonic hall
20, 30, 40, 50, 60
$3.20 per keg
McCrum are at Tacoma to see the fleet from the Rose City last Sunday to see j Portland Sunday. They are running a Saturday. June 6. This is the sixth
3.25 per keg
and visit friends.
the base ball game.
( confectionery store on Fourteenth and annal show conducted under the aus
J. S. Stephens of Tillamook, was Washington and doing a good business pices of the Civic Improvement So
— Fred McNamer purchased a beau
3.30 per keg
tiful Hobart M. Cable piano at the here last week the guest of his daugh- ! Roses. Roses, Roses, bring all of ciety and each year brings increased
3.40 per keg
ter Mrs. Frank Allen.
Mr. Ste-j them you have Monday evening to interest in the »how.
Bazaar last week.
the Free Reading Room; for the com
Newell McCrum of Portland, was a
W. H. Latourette, former professor
— Pianos, Organs and Sewing Ma mittee needs every available ’rose to in McMinnville college, will addiess a
spectator at the O. R. & N.-Colts
3.60 per keg
chines for sale at The Bazaar, this give Forest Grove a good showing at union meeting at the Christian church
game here Sunday.
If you are going to need any Poultry Netting in tthe
in this city next Sunday evening, May
Mrs. W. W. McEldowney has start week and next, at greatly reduced Portland during the fiesta.
— Have Dr. Lowe relieve your head 31, upon the benefits derived from
near future now is your chance.
ed another class in vocal music after a prices and on very easy terms.
rest of six months.
The local merchants will close their and eye ache with a pair of his super having a county “ dry.”
150 loot rolls, 3 feet wide
Dr. C. L. Large received word
J. J. McAllister and wife of Walla stores on Saturday. Memorial day, be ior glasses. They cost no more than
150 foot rolls, 4 feet wide
Walla, were registered at the Laugh- tween 10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Only ! others and you have the benefit of his from Mrs. Large the first of the week
one delivery will be made at 10 a. m. skill and over 18 years experience saying that she and little daughter had
lin hotel this week.
Will be at Forest Grove June 3 and 4. arrived safely at Fairmount, Minn.,
E. Werner of Perrydale was visiting
Edgar Meresse who has been with
T hese prices are from 75c to $1.25 less than what
with Geo. Richardson and H. D. Ott The News for several months, left Sun
a star player of the P. U. basket ball couple of months.
of this city last week.
day for Condon where he will have
been getting for it. W e bought it at a low figli
team last year, was visiting with friends
A Masonic pin of considerable inter
Misses Wright and Ednah Merrick charge of the editorial end of the
and are willing to give you the benefit.
in this city Sunday. Norman has a est is at "Bud” Watson’s shop. It is
of Portland were guests at the G. S. “ Globe.”
fine position as draftsman for a new made from a Canadian quarter and the
Allen home Sunday.
Saturday, May 16, Mrs. A. G. Hoff paper mill at Oregon City.
masonic emblem is hand carved. The
Mrs. E. A. Dixon was in Portland man entertained the Chautauqua class
Miss Myrtle Butler, who has been late Edwin Lee of Greenville wore the
Thursday of last week to see the milli of the Woman’s Club. A most de employed in the mercantile establish pin through the Civil war and before
lightful lunch was served. Several ment of "Dem p” Smith at Lodi, Cal.,
his death presented it to Mrs. George
has returned to Hillsboro. Miss But McGraw of Banks.
ler was formerly saleslady for Nelscn
J. Edward Blum formerly of Gaston,
B. LaCourse and was one of the most
shot ond killed his inamorata, Mrs.
Statement of the Condition of the
popular girls in the city. Her many
Daisv Hickey, in Portland last Sunday
friends here hope that she may return
because of her refusal to elope with
to Forest Grove.
In fact anything you need in the building line. We
him. Blum then turned the gun on
Mr. and Mrs. H . Barnhart and fam himself and took his own life. The
have received N ine Car Loads of goods this spring, which
A t t h e c a ll o f t h e C o m p t r o l l e r M a y 1-4, 1908
ily who have been visiting at the J. T. woman leaves two children.
shows we are doing business and saving the people money.
Shannon home started for Pittsburg.
Professor D. C. Kellems of Eugene,
Penn., Saturday, where Mr. Barnhart
is holding revivals at the Hillsboro
L ia b ilitie s ;
K esou rce«:
is a prominent railroad man. They
W e pay cash for all our goods, buy in large quantities,
Christian church. H e will be remem
C apital S tock................................... ............$ 25,000 00
Loans and Discounts.................................. $121,242 86
spent the winter in California but like
low prices and get the cash discount.
S u rp lu s..........................................................
U. S. Bonds and P re m iu m s...................... 26,265 63
Oregon the best of all places visited
who held gospel meetings here about
and contemplate coming back to the
C irc u latio n .................................................... 25,000 00
Bank Prem ises..........................................
a year ago and whose life was threat
Beaver state to reside. Mrs. Barn
D eposits......................................................... 249,533 04
Other Real E state....................................
ened by an individual who sent him an
F urniture and F ix tu i e s ..........................
hart is a sister to Mrs. Shannon.
V anonymous letter.
FR O M
RO YAL G RAPE
CRCAM OF TARTAR
N ATIO NAL
Don’t Forget to call
V . S . A b rah am
C IT Y
We re sp e ctfu lly solicit your tradì
P a c ific A r t Studio
D o o r s,
S h in g les,
L a th ,
FOREST GROVE NATIONAL BANK
Due from U. S. T reas........$ 2,050 00
Due from banks.................. 95,868 85
Cash on hand...................... 34,570 94
D IM R C TO R S :
A. T h o rn b u rg h
Jo h n R. Bnlley
VV. 1$. Haines
That the local rose show will be a
great success there seems to be but
little doubt. The glorious sunshine of
the past few days has brought out
hundreds of rose buds into full blos
soming fragrant roses. The yards and
lawns are made fragrant with the sweet
perfume exhaled by hundreds of roses.
Many of the rose growers are planning
0R ER 0N LAND aind TRAD-]
ING COMP; m
i ln « o rp o r;it« U )
Forest Grove, Ore.
O ffice Four Doors W est o f P ostoffice
A T T E N T IO N :
If y o u w a n t c h o ic e fruit lands, farms
o r ran ch es in O r e g o n ’s m o st beautiful v a lle y , please
call and exam inine ou r lis t s .
W e take pleasure in
s h o w in g land t o ou r c u s to m e r s .
Voters get out those booklets that
were furnished you by the state and
ponder with some judgment over the
19 measures that are up for the peo
ple’s decision Monday, and make your
decision after careful reading and con
sideration. You will be wiseWor having
done so and it will expedite matters at
Forrest C. Smithson, the world rec
ord holder in the hurdles, will be one
of the star attractions at the McMinn
ville-Pacific field meet which occurs
on the local college oval Decoration
day. He will run an exhibition race.
This meet is the last and will probably
be the best of the season as both
teams defeated Willamette university
by about the same margin.
J . C. W anteneeker and S usanna F ah rn i.
C. E C onner and O llie Du ley.
A. 8. L y tle and Josie L . H enderson.
.Tulius A. C roeni and M ary G vger.
H ans O ornils and Em m a C roeni.
Henj. L. Grifflin and E ln e r Johnson.
W illord Denslow itnd P h ilin d a W h itten .
E state of ftebeeca T r a r e r , deceased.
M ark L. Noble. N. S. A llen and T. G.
Todd, appointed appraisers.
E state of Mary J. S u th erlan d , de
S ale of personal p ro p erty a p
E state of Jo h n E. S u th e rla n d , m inor.
E. E. G oueher. Ed. B ridvrell and O.
O. Hudson appointed a p p raisers in
Y am hill county, O regon.
E state of L u lu J. D avenport, deceased.
T. W . S ain, K odell M atteson and H.
M atteson appointed appraisers.
G O FF
B R O S.
F O R E ST G R O V E ,
PLEADS FOR PARTY LOYALTY.
citizens of this place for their sple
support in the primaries and were
critic, that his personal relations with received.
Mr. Cake were not altogether pleasant,
C. Dieriex of Rushville, Nebras j
but that he regarded the republican is here visiting his brother A I
candidate for U. S. senator as clean Dieriex and his friend J. C. Smith: ■
and upright—a man
ability and Banks.
Messrs. Dieriex and Snsl
splendid character, and he was cheered started west 22 years ago and - 1
heartily when he said these.things.
Dieriex retraced his steps east befP I
H e cruised the “ Recall” and said reaching the coast, settling in Nebw I
that the republican party was the only ka, where he owns a stock ranch - 1
political organization that had taken a 1500 acres with 250 cattle. He |
stand against it. “ There is compro-! that grain and gTass were very ¡X®
mise in everything else but politics.” I when he left, but since then there h*
said the speaker, “ and there is need been rain and snow and now the farc
for it here. Minimise the points of j ers are looking more optomistic. »
difference and magnify the points on j likes Oregon very much.
which you agTee. There is need o f!
loyalty to the church, the home and to i
party.” He closed by urging the re- ;
publicans to stand by party and sound ,
the first gun for the election of William |
Taft president, and the rousing ap Forest Grove
plause he got from the house was
enough as to say "we will.”
In a few well chosen words Dr.
Wood, candidate for state senator of Independent
this county, presented his case; as also
d d John Bailey, candidate lor county
clerk. Both gentlemen thanked the
(C ontinued from Page I.)
W o o d Sawing
J. B. Wilkerson