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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1908)
morning (or Portland, where they will I i
enjoy the Rose Festival a day or two ,
*nd theC wil1 80 t0 Vsuicouv« . Wash:, I
and attend the State Grange meeting
Lilly has purchased a new which is being held there this week.
Mrs. Holts spent Decoration day on
Ethel Pierce of Forest Grove
spent Sunday on Gales Creek.
Mrs. York of Reedville is visiting
^K ives on Galea Creek.
H i r s . Grace Tiirapp of G.les Creek
to Portland Monday,
iss Ruby Dallas of Gales Creek is
ng in Portland this week,
Fred Caldwell is building a neat
little cottage here in Buxton.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Hold spent
Decoration Day in Gales Creek.
Mrs. A. J. Perkins of Hillsboro, was
in town the first part of the week.
Misses Nellie and Laura Corrigan
are visiting friends in tilts viciuity.
Mrs. John Howard, who has been
iss Lucy Wilson went to Portland very ill at her home, is reported to be
jaay to take in the rose show.
D. H. Stowell is having lumber de
Mi s Maude Lilly of Forest Grove
on his town lots and expects to
spent Sunday and Monday on Gales
begin construction soon.
A. Frost and D. B. Adams trans-
l business at the Condenser Wed
re. Allan Rice was in Portland
day and Wednesday at the Rose
A bunch of right good volumes on
municipal works and management hv
such men as Baker, Wilcox, Pars> ns
and Robinson are in the city library
and a* the disposal of the people. The
City Council paid the transportation
The dictionary says that a “BANNER*’ is a “Military Ensign.”
So Banner Brand is the military ensign under which the firm, from
whom we buy our
Women's Dress Skirts, Shirt Waists and Petticoats
have enlisted their labor and capital, and truly they have succeed
ed in manufacturing a B A N N ER LINE, as regards
The dance in Hannan’s Hall Satur
day, May 30, proved a great success.
Quite a number of Hillsboro people
came on the excursion train.
It is reported that Dan Cupid has
been raising Cain with the Public
school board of this city to such an ex
tent that three new marm’s must fill
WATT S DISTRICT.
the oxfords of present incumbents.
■. Keagy has the surveyors at his
i At a meeting of the school board held
last week this matter was brought to
,ittle Jesse Frost was quite sick I light by way of a tip that applications
i croup last week.
were not filed by a trio of daughters.
ur school will close the year s work Some of the teachers were engaged but
Thursday, June 11.
others left over to the next meeting of
[r. Johnson was on the sick list the board. Prof. Wilkerson will not
week with pneumonia.
be here next year.
S. E. Todd and Benj West were up
to Buxton Monday untangling the tel
ephone lines that have been such an
The machinery for the Greener &
Steele Shingle Co. of Green Mountain,
arrived this week. They expect to
begin work soon. Mr. Steele was for
merly a partner of J. N. Flippin in the
shingle business, but has recently sold
his interest to Messrs. Schroder, Tem
plar & Paetsch.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pottage of
Mr and Mrs. Taylor of Portland,
spent Sunday with relatives at Gales Portland, are visiting friends and ac
quaintances on Green Mountain.
Miss Abbie Wilkes of Portland, a
Mrs. Hoare and Children of Port
land are visiting relatives on Gales former teacher in the Buxton public
school, is the guest of Mrs. Walter
Mrs. Vincent and daughter Edna Hannan.
and Miss Myrtle Corum spent Saturday
|fjr Misses Lena Adkins and Emma
Di. . came out from Portland Saturday
Mrs. Hoskins and children of Dillev
are visiting with her father, Mr. Crow-
thers of Gales Creek.
Miss Katie Lilly of Forest Grove
spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. J.
L. Lovin g of Gales Creek.
fcy.Miss Ruth Parkin of Gales Creek
has been visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Parkin of Davids Hill.
Mr- Cora Jacobson and son Robert
of Portland are visiting her father R.
P. Lilly and other relatives of Gales
ELEGANCE, QUALITY, WORKMANSHIP AND PRICE
and we wish to strongly emphasize the fact that
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PRICE IS RIGHT
$1.75 to 11.50
W e show a few samples in our large show window this week, and invite you to in
spect them and our stock in the store.
In our south show window we show some of this season’s “New Kicks.”
We have one of the
nicest lines of shoes in town and will be pleased to have you try a pair and help to demonstrate that
s tfir brand Shoes tire; b etter.
and Gray, for Large and Small Feet.
W e have Oxfords in Black, White, Tan
The Progressive Store
HOFFMAN ®> ALLEN
F. McCoy and wife drove to charges on the books ,rom lhe sta,e
llsboro last Thursday and heard 1,brary at Salem’ but as yet no one has
taken out any of the volumes. They
treat of public health, water, improve
rs. M, S. Howard of Molino, Ore., I
ments and any one can read them with
ie Secretary of the Grange, spent
I 'o r c M t ( l r n v u
P iiciflc A v »
It is a l l sm o o th s a ilin g w h e n y o u p la c e a L in e r Ad i
eral days of last week at A. T.
in th is c o lu m n . A fe w w o rd s h e r e w ill re a c h 5.000 I
Charles Stevens, once a crack end
re a d e r s a n d th e r e s u lt s a r e c e r t a i n . Sc lin e 1st I
In s e rtio n , 2 1* c e n ts e a c h s u b s e q u e n t in s e r tio n . I
on the varsity football team, and now a
M in im u m c h a rg e 10 cts.
iMr. and Mrs. J. H. DeMoss and tonsorial artist of Buxton, was ia the If you are intending to pur
lughter attended services at the Grove visiting his parents last week.
LIST your farms and other properties
chase a new wheel this sum
for sale with T. H. Littlehales, Forest
liristian church in the Grove Sunday A. J. Prideaux, dean-of the Com
K. X . S t,iv h r
F le c k
mer you can’t afford to do it Grove National Bank Building. 27tf
mercial College of Willamette Univer
o m e t : a t t h e hat . a a h , n e x t th p o s t ì i f e i c e
¡Miss Marie and Mr. Frank Bleid re- sity and an alumnus of P. U. was without seeing the new
fned to Portland Sunday, afu r a -hort visiting with friends in this city Sun
white seed oats. Edward Naylor. 39-tf
lit with their parents and brother on day.
FOR SALK—Good 7 room house
38 acres of land, 7 miles out
2 beautiful located lots in
Pete Peterson, who is employed by
outside city limits. Pantry and Fruit
on milk and mail route, good 6 South Park with large Oak trees
The homes of Allan Rice, Allan Dil- Mason Ehrman of Portland was shak
house. Lot, 1 acre. Good Orchard
room house, 2 barns, 6 acres in Easy terms.
1 and Geo. Reynolds are becoming ing hands with friends here Sunday.
and Barn. ” Furniture goes with the
fruit. This place is close to the
A beautiful 10 acre tract with
school and church and can be good buildings and fine variety
at O. A. Corl’s Bicycle Shop ' place. Price $1800; easy terms. T. j
iminent to passersby, by reason of
H. Littlehales, Forest Grove, Ore. 46.
,To the Voters.
had for $2500.
ol Iruit; close to town. For sale
t improvements made on tin
1» combines everything that
65 acres of land, all level on cheap.
I wish to thank those who gave me
Mrs. R. M. Bisbee received word
FOR SALE— 1 j acres just outside
good county road, only 2 miles
goes to make up a good
4 acres with house and barn 1
the city limits.
Fair house, barn,
turday that a little nephew was in- their support in the recent election.
out, for $60 per acre. Terms. mile out. Lots of fruit.
chicken house, all kinds of fruit. A
ged in an accident at Portland and
New cottage, close in for only
A well improved 280 acre
k for thht place Sunday morning.
farm 7 miles out for $40 per
National Bank Building.
never regret your action.
A 50 acre farm 1 mile from acre. This is a snap.
PVe hear there is to be a meeting at
Gales Creek. 20 acres bottom
FOR SALE— Full-blooded Jersey
Here is a chance for you to
Ickefeller Hall Saturday eve:..:.. :or
y B. WILKERSON.
land all in crop, 4 acre orchard get a farm with a little money.
S h o p 50 .1
fee purpose of making arrangements
in fine shape, balance in timber. CO acres of land, half of it
Grove, R. F. D. No. 1.
4 1 -tf.
^^celebrating the Fourth of July ‘ int — White River Flour made of bt st
Running wrter on place. If sold cleared, 5 room house and barn,
T hose w a n t in g —wagons, bug
Eastern Oregon wheat for sale at Bai
soon this can be had hr $2400, orchard. Good spring close t i
giss or harness, can save a little money :
$1300 cash, balance on time to house. Only l j mile Irons new
ley’s Big Store.
I will not be responsible for any .by calling on Wm C. Gray, Dilley,
ir. and Mrs. Buxton left Tuesday
R R. line to HuxtotL* $35 per
bills charged to me after June 1 ec- Ore.
6 room house, nicely papered acre Only $500 down, balance
cept by my written order.
and painted, on good comer lot on 5 per cent.
for $950, $200 cash, balance $10
FRESH cow for sale, giving 40 lb*,
M. H. D ixon .
80 acres, 2 i miles from R. R.
Beautiful Gift Books for Commencement at
of milk a dav. Price $40. E. Goff,
station; 20 acres cleared, 10
miles out, about all in cultiva acres slashed, balance in good
1100 or 1200 lb. horse, good style,
7 room house, good new timber. Good house and barn
for driving and saddle.
WANTED —Immediately (or five or
acres in fruit
$3300 and 300 bearing fruit trees on
A. M. S tea r n s ,
place. Owner has other business
six months, two comfortable rooms with
832 Chamber of Commerce,
About 20 acres of land with and must sell :lt once. Horses,
house and barn, 5 miles out on cows, hogs, chickens and all
partly furnished with privilege of light
good road. Several acres in fruit. farm implements goes with place.
“ I want to buy a farm in Willam housekeeping.
Mrs. E. E. Williams.
This is a bargain at $1250
Price $4000; half down.
ette Valley. Will pay part cash and I
have a nice new modem house and lot
in Portland that I would like to trade
LOST— Fountain pen, engraved “ W.
in at a low price. Give description , ( B M.” near pos’.office, Forest Grove.
location and price of place.” Ralph Reward. Leave at News office cr
Ackley, 603 Corbett Bldg.. Portland, send to W. B. Munford. Banks. 48-tlp
— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap
LOST — Yellowish
gray Shepherd pliances in office. Calls answered
— Don’t forget that Hoffman & Ail pUp; recognizes name “ Teddy.” Re- night or day.
W E E K S U R A N I T E CO.
Oregon View Cards or Rose Festival Cards
■IO/ 1 th at.
len Co. are offering rare bargains this t m ,0 A s Venen, FofM, Grove an<J
promptly mailed at 20c per dozen for orders
— We always pay the highest price 1
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48t-l for wool and mohair.
— Hoffman 8t Allen Co. can supply
received by Saturday.
V. H. I IMBttt
your wants in blankets and comforts at
— Bring yonr wool and mohair to 1 —Dry wood for sale, Roswurm St
i o r t e t Ur oe o
Bailey's and get the highest price.
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