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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 23, 1908)
C IT Y
See S. E. Todd lor grain hay.
S t n t c m c n t
Ward Bowles of
Seattle, and L.
Parkhurst of San Francisco, have been
visiting C. N. Johnson’ s at Spring Hill
o f th e
C o n d itio n
N ATIO N AL
P O M R 8T O K O V B , O kB O O N
A t C all o l the C o m p tr o lle r , J u ly 15, I 9 0 S
WANTED— G ood home and school
Miss Kate Shannon is the guest of
ing for orphan boy, IS years old, very
friends at Salem.
steady and useful. Call at office.
Ethel Waters has
been visiting 3 -ltp
friends in this city.
Miss Manche and Lotus Langley
Mrs. Leonard Dixon of Dillev was in and dog Pat will join the rest of the
the Grove Tuesday.
family at Tim ber for a few weeks in the
Grandma Isler of Gaston is quite ill woods.
as the result of the grip.
E. Burton took a ride on the Forest
L IA B IL IT IE S
Cash on hand due
from Banks and
U. S. Treas
$ 5 3 ,0 9 9 .3 1
made to Grove electric car Monday and seem ed
highly pleased with
that means of
E. G. Mills and family spent several
Vernon Spaulding, who has been
days this week at Newport.
working at Summers, M ont., has ac
F. M. Starrett has moved to his new
cepted a position in the postoffice at
country home east of town.
Frank Blied of Portland, visited with
Pres. W . N. Ferrin has returned
home folks on Davids Hill Sunday.
from the Sound country, where he has
A. G. Hoffman has returned from a been working in the interests of Pacific j
pleasant trip to Seattle and Tacoma.
Improvements are being
the Levi Walker house.
“ Nibbs” Wirtz of Portland, spenl
Sunday with home folks in this city.
United Slates Bonds. .2 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0
Prem ium s(U S Bonds) . . 825.00
Bonds and Securities. . 20,358 2 f
Loans and discounts. .7 4 ,5 3 2 33
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,4 4 3 .8 0
Real Estate..................... 3,282.92
Deposits............. .$1 1 8 .3 0 3 .3 0
Surplus .......................... 10,000.00
says that he is too busy to
write an ad for this space.
H e is selling goods at Right
Prices. Drop in and jee him at
$ 1 8 0 .5 4 1 .6 1
$ 1 8 0 .5 4 1 . 6 1
R- M. DOOLY, President
D. I. A LLE R , Cashier
PETERSON, Vice President
Cures Woman's Weaknesses.
We refer to that lx»"i to weak, , nervous
til Bering women known as Dr. 1'ierca •
Mrs. Bieler’ s house, near Gaston,
was totally destroyed by fire Thursday
Felix Verhooven has sold out a half afternoon of last week. Fire caught j of Tn k K. clki tic M m - icai . Review says
interest of his hot house to P-uel Baker from the flue.
! of Cnlcorn root (lltlon h u Diufc«) which
FOR SALE— A Hobart Cable Piano, j Is one of the chief ingredients of the k a-
— Dr. Lowe the oculo opticion, will
° A remedy which invariably acts .s .i i t r e
be in Hillsboro Friday, July 31.
3-tl practically new, of the 8450 class. A
r .,,,r * • • mukes for normal ac-
great bargain on your own terms. J | , ,
u iity ofth e entire repriHluelive system."
George Armentrout and family left B. Wilkerson.
"m llekinias we liaveamediea-
w Ue I B.‘ -re 'ally answers the above
Tuesday for a trip into the mountains.
mm ttther drug uitl 1 which l am
Miss Josephine Baber writes from j raent '
Pn tbe treatment of diseases pe-
Mrs. Oscar Baldwin of Portland, was Ohio that one day the mercury ran up " ^ f i m a r i / u. i Women
It is seldom that a case la
the guest of friends in the Grove Sun to 90 and dropped again in a few hours j «... , which d .s - not present some Indication
for1this remedial agent." hr. F ife further
"T h e following are among Ihe leading
to 64 degrees.
Indications for Uelonlas (Unicom root). Pain
In the back, with .-leucorrhrea :
— New stock of latest Ladies’ H om e
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Wilder and atonic (w. nkirondltl.
i1\of the reproductive
Journal dress patterns at Bailey’ s Big daughter June of Shelton, Wash., are organs of V>mcn. mentJt depression and Ir
ritability. «.sodated witlfchronic diseases of
visiting at the home of Captain and the n-prodil -live iwgans of women; constant
I P à.
will always be with
ÜP t í f e s o
The Corner Store
you if you cany
ones to go,
P h o t o g r a p h e d 1
Then when you
still look at their
dear faces and im
sensation Jl heat in the region of the kid
Arthur Prideaux of Portland was the Mrs. G. W. Peters.
neys; nn-r/rrhaglJ (flooding), due to a weak
agine how glad y o u !
guest of friends in this city the first of
Henry Wirtz has sold his house to smenoi/iiO‘ /\ y o /r e s s e d or absent monthly
all will be to see
F M Crabtree of Yamhill county, con- aonorimel condition of the digestive organs
each other again.
and a / i m l c (thin blood) habit: dragging
Frank Dunhim , former manager of «ideration 12000. S-de made through ! sensfilons
in the extreme lower part of the
W e make a spec-i
the Leabo Hotel, visited friends here Staehr & Shipman.
If more or less of the above symptoms
The Gardner brothers began e x - , _ arrntiffsiTiTr -
Better tliaii tal'-e l)r. t’lerce's" Favorite
Miss Wi< se of Thatcher, who has cavatii.g for the J. N. Hoffman build- Pres^fltuion,
om! o ! TTÌPIfìra
..... . . . . . ili
. I ri ¿red
the small pox is on the rapid road to ing Tuesday. The structure will be | eiitsofwTiTcTi is Unicorn root, or Helonias,
and tlie medical properties of which it
made ol concrete.
most faithfully represents.
Of (¡olden Seal root, another prominent
Wm. Cameron and family of Trout-
ingredient of " Favorite Prescription,"
dale, ha' e moved into the vicinity of dition to local chauffeurdom. H e is | Prof. Finley Ellingwood, M. D.. of Ben
the happy possessor of a new Buick, I nett Medical College, Chicago, says:
my farm I will sell at
"It is an important (cinedy In disorders of
Dr. Large not attending.
the womb. In all catarrhal conditions • •
public auction one mile southwest of
The Artisans enioyed an ice-cream
and general enfeeolement. it is useful."
It is expected that the largest crowd ■ Prof. John Si. Scudder. M. 1).. late of Gaston on Saturday, August 1, 1908,
“ feed” at Emerson’ s Tuesday evening
says of Golden Seal root:
o ’ clock
of the year will be present to see the I Cincinnati,
"In relation lo its general effects on the
which i the following described property, to wit:
in unen/niut which
game between the Sherwood W h ite! system,
there in mrli i/enenil unanimitu nf miiniim. It
Miss Bessie Ritchie of Portland
One span horses, weight about 1100
Sox and Colts next Sunday.
is univernully regarded a» the tonic useful in
visited with friends and relatives in the
all debilitated states."
. , „
lbs each; 1 span mares 5 yrs. old,
weight about 1100 each; 1 cow and
College, says of Golden Seal :
shares in the Fuller mines of Idaho | Medical
"Valuable In uterine hemorrhage, mi-nor- calf, fresh; 1 cow to freshen the mid-1
Miss Flora Smi.h of Hood River,
were sold to citizens of this place by I rhagia (flooding) and congestive dysinenor-
rlm-a (painful menstruation)."
die of September; 4 hogs, 1 npnny
visited with W. H. Greer and family of
Pres Fuller the last few days.
fir. Pierce s Favorite Prescription faith
this city Sunday.
fully represents all the ii I kivo named in- goat, 1 farm wagon, 1 light wagon; 1 j
Mrs. Arlie McNamer has gone to
T hi ic(its and cures the diseases for whiib light wagon 2jf in. new; 1 single bug
Gus Johnson, an old time friend of
San Francisco to work in a wholesale E, ey are recommended
gy; 1 set double team harness; 1 set
Dr. C. L. large, was in the city the
millinery establishment. She will re
light double team harness; single har- j
first of the werk.
Cornelius a few days ago and had it ness; 1 disc harrow, 1 drag harrow, 2 1
tuin to Roseburg in the fall.
photographed at Bryant’ s Studio.
Blooming won its second consecu
plows; 1 cowboy saddle; 1 horse culti-1
Mrs. L. M. Schilling, who lived i
tive victory from Cornelius Sunday,
here with her son during the college | Chailes Walker, who was stricken vator; 7 doz. full blood Brown Leghorn
score 5 to 14.
year is doing active work toward get with illness at Newport a week ago, hens; all household goods, and other
Mrs. T. H. Littlehales, George, and ting a circulating library established at was brought home Monday evening, articles too numerous to mention,
the Misses Littlehales have gone for an Condon.
and his many friends will be glad to
Terms ol Sale: On sums of 810 and
outing to Newport.
know that he is improving nicely.
'ess> casb- Over 810, 6 months time
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Humphrey
1 will be given on notes bearing 7 per
Roy Brock of Carlton, and Miss and daughter Opal, who have been
j ucige T . A.
McBride Tuesday cent interest from date with approved
Bert Vest were guests at the Archie visiting with Wray Humphrey and Kranted a re‘count
of the wet and dry security.
Free lunch at noon.
Bryant home Sunday.
family this summer, left for Callaway, votes [or Scmth Hillsboro precinct,
Louis S ö d e r s t r ö m ,
which returned a vote of 12 against
Ralph Harding of Gaston, was in the Nebr., yesterday.
city Tuesday, having work done on
J. W . Hughes, Auctioneer.
Mr. Mott bought from J. N. H off selling liquor, at the June election.
his masticating apparatus.
Geo. F. Naylor, Clerk.
man 46 acres of timber land at That- j
John Cornelius and Fred Lvda have
J, M. Garrison is here from Newport. cher for 81000. Sale was made by accepted a contract to furnish the
H e reports his wife’ s health much im Staehr & Shipman, the Forest Grove poles for the electric line now building
Real Estate Co.
proved by the ocean air.
A 7 room
between here and Hillsboro, and will
Theodore Jasper, Verboort’ s husky begin Monday to get out the poles.
house, well finished, hot and cold
Merchants Callaway, Hoffman and
water, bath and electric lights, plenty
Allen of this city attended the mer third baseman, passed through the city
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall of Clats-
Corner 4th St. and 2nd Ave.
Monday enroute to his timber claim at
chants picnic at Bonneville.
Falls City where he will remain for a kanie, have been spending several Price j lS 0 0 . Also one lot on 2nd
Dick Baker and his crew of hay ba
days here visiting Mrs. Hall s piients, Street, 100x100 feet, close to car line
couple of weeks.
lers were in from near Greenville Sun
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Marsh.
Both. Mr. g j 2 5. 0 ne lot 100x200 feet on 2nd
Mts. Henrietta Smith, aged 72 and Mrs. Hall are graduates of P. U.
day for a change of garments.
gce j AS> s t e p h e NSON. 2-t3
tv . .
years, died at her home near Green-
Dtst-ict 64 of this county is to have vi||e Frid„ ,
and ras huried in lhe i Mrs. R . M. Dooly and daughter
a new school house. In another space Verboort cemetery Saturday. She was Miss Bess started for San Francisco
h this paper b.ds are called for.
born in Holland.
| Saturday, where they will visit friends
Team of bay mares and good wagon.
| for several weeks. Miss Lucile Dooly Apply to J o h n J. B a x t e r , 18 2nd
Daniel Herron, an Oregon pioneei of
•52. recently died at his home near'
Miss Jessie Donelson, daughter o is spending her vacation in this city. avenue. Forest Grove.
Sherwood, at the age of 84 years.
i Mr- and Mrs- W - ° * P ° nels° n, of
Walter Bacon, brother of Ralph, the
Hillsboro, recently elicited much fav-
Clark Brown, ol the Condenser, de- orable com m ent in Portland for her anti gin-fiz man at Miller’ s fountain, |
parted the lust of the week lor a two work on lhe piano.
killed a big buck deer near L innton1
wreks vacation at Seattle.— A tbus .
, j the other day.
By the way. Ralph j
. t» _
Rollie W . Watson, the Tillamook
will spend the coming Sunday in M c-
Clarence Parker of Portland, spent editor chauffeur, is making regular trips
Satu.day and Sunday with his father,' ith his i 2.passenger touring car be | Mmnville.
M other W , H . Parkrr of the limes.
and Tillam ook via
Jimmie Stevens had a sinking spell' Cloverdale and Netarts.
while going to the train Tuesday
. . ...
morning, but is able to be about agam
Th” ProsP « ° n*
, vf J -
tion of the First National Bank is fully
The Fisher, Stalkwether and Armen demonstrated bv its statement to the
trout families have joined forces and i Comptroller of July 15th published to-
tn the m
n im ta in *
m i n .* ' J . . .
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for r a an
day. P Cash
Clark & Dixon, house movers, are
) moving the Free Methodist church off
the right of way of the Oregon Electric
Company, and will deposit it on a lot
I on the Darling property a few blocks
east on Pacific avenue.
Haskell Marsh, clerk of the Federal
of Portland, and Att’ y Milton
Mr and Mrs. Charles Hines have
Elkhannah Walker and Miss Elda
returned from Jackson county, where Walker of the University of Nebraska, Smith of the Board of Trustees of Pa
they have been visiting her relatives gathered some beautiful elk moss near cific University, were out from Port-
j Idnd yesterday to attend the funeral of
| the late H on. A. Hinman.
Judge Hollis was in The Dalles the
first ol the week to adjust a $2000
claim against the Bankers & Merchants
fire insurance company of this city.
|! The same party carried $2000 with the
Pacific Mutual of this city.
Off t o the
you are going away :
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IN T H E W E S T FO R
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W e are well fixed to take care of your every need in
the way of
Camp Supplies, Fishing Tackle,
Guns, Rifles and Amunition
W e carry in stock the following rifles and guns
22 C A L. FROM $1.75 TO $12.00
25 cal. Stevens, 25-20 Winchester
30-30 Winchester 32 special Win
chester, 25-35 Winchester; 30*30
Savage, 30-30 lightweight Savage
30-30 Remington automatic»
L. C. Smith, Stevens, Parker,
Baker and other makes o f shot
In fact all kinds of Guns and Rifles-that you can get any
where and at the same price you would pay for them in
W A SH IN G TO N AND T E N T H STR EETS
% The School that
thn Places You in a Good Position
Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and
— The top price at Bailey’ s for
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical a p Wool and Mohair.
pliances in office.
night or day.
— Chase & Sanborn Coffees si**”
the best. Hoffman & Allen Co. **