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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1908)
The Gray farm of 49 acres on Gales
S t a t e m e n t o f th e C o n d itio n of
Creek was sold to S. H. Knight of
Portland for $2500. T. H. Littlehales
P O M H S T O H O V B . O H B O O IS
made the sale.
A t (¿ a ll o t the C o m p t r o l l e r , J u l y 15, 1 9 0 8
Judge Langley and family have re-
| turned from several weeks camping
i out near Timber. They report an
Cash on hand due
Deposits ............. $1 18.303.30
! enjoyable time
Capital paid in ......... 25,000.00
And Will Run Longer Without Loosen
Misses Belle and Dee Darling enter- ]
U. S. Treas
$53 ,09 9.3 1 s lu s........................ 10,000.00
ing Than Is Possible When Set th e 1
United States B onds.. 25,000.00
tained their Sunday School classes |
Old Way. You Will Not Be Out the
Prem ium s(U S B o n d s)..825.00 Undivided profits.. . 2.238.31
Use of Your Vehicle, as it Requires
Bonds and Securities. .20,358.25 Circulation...................25.000.0U
But a Few Minutes to Do the Work. five being present.
Loans and discounts. .74,532 33
No Charred Surfaces to Wear Away
The family ot Mr. Starkweather and i
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,443.80
and Loosed the Tire.
Real E state................... 3,282.92
Mr. Fisher, who have been camping |
No Overdishing Wheels or Splitting
Felloes or Cutting Out Too Much of
weeks, returned come Friday.
The BROOKS Sets Them in a
After a two months visit at the home
Correct Attest: R. M. DOOLY, President
Mechanical and Scientific Way.
of Daniel Baker, Mrs. F. A. Baker and
M PETERSON, Vice President
D. I. ALLER, Cashier
The BROOKS COLD TIRE SE T -!
TER compresses the metal cold. No
steam and watersoaked felloes to shrink their home in Minot, North Dakota.
away and loosen the tire; to burnt
Miss Carol Walker of Portland, has
A Bold Step.
paint to replace. It gives just the accepted a position as operator for the
To overcome the well-grounded and
amount of dish required.
reasonable objections of the more Intel
surprise in :
(The United Stat;s Government Western Union company at this place, ligent to the use of secret, medicinal com
Finds the Cold Process the Best and and took charge of the office Monday.
Y., some time ago, decided to make a bold
his Adopted the BROOKS at the Shops
A delegation of business men from departure from the usual course pursued
of the U. S. Forts and the Department Spokane, under the auspices of the by the makers of put-up medicines for do
can imagine how I
mestic use, amj. so has published broad
of the Interior. )
Chamber of Commerce ol that city, will cast and o/tifflTy to the whole world, a full
pleased they will
be entertained in Portland August 15th. and complete list of all tho ingredients
be to receive a j
entering in ta h e composition of his widely
picture of you j
Miss Florence Day and Miss Leila celebrated tgdicrftcs. Thus he has taken
looking your best.
Muir of Portland spent a few days last his numerousBatrons and patients Jnto
Blacksm ithing & General Repairing
For you surely will1
week with Mrs. A. Jackson of this his full efjnhdcnce. Thus too he has re-
movedyCis/medicines from among secret
look that way in [
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
city. Miss Day is a former student of nostr/mrf’of
doubtful merits, and made
th e m U u n n c d ic s o f K n o w n C o m p o s itio n ,
V. S. Abraham
and B etter
says that he is too bûsy to
write an ad for this space.
He is selling goods at Right
Prices. Drop in and -ee him at
T h e C o rn e r S to re
Off t o the
J. P. McGILL,
N. C. Troyer of Callaway, Neb , vis
ited Mr. and Mrs W. H. Greer the
first of the week. He came W’est with
— We’ll buy your wool and mohair.
a shipment of hogs for a Portland con
Bring it in.
Miss Nora Lvtle is spending the
The News stated last week that
week with Mrs. L. A. Ma kee.
Hillsboro and Forest Grove schools
— We always pay the highest price
were the only ones in the county that
for wool and mohair.
had the tenth grade. Beaverton has
— Money to loan on farm security.
had it for some time.
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove
Mrs. J. D. Bellenger returned home
“ Bud” Dilley is confined to his bed
Banks where she has been nurs
with a bad case of billiousness.
ing her daughter, Mrs. R. R. Kinton,
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Schol-
and reports both daughter and grand
field on Gales Creek, Wednesday, a
daughter doing nicely.
The sale of special one-way tickets
Miss Eunice Paisley of Buxton has
from all points in the United States to
been visiting at C. E. Ruckles the past
all points in Oregon begins September
1st and continues until October 31st.
—New stock of latest Ladies’ Home Our community can get more than its
Journal dress patterns at Bailey’s Big share of the newcomers, with a little
Mrs. Will Smith left last week for
Those registered as delegates from
Grant County, Wis. to spend three or here to the Good Roads convention in
Portland Tuesday were. G. S. Allen,
Rev. L. W. Chandler of Bickelton, E W. Haines. L. G. Walker, V'. H.
Wash., visited friends in this city, Sun Hollis, A. B. Todd, H. H. Stewart and
day and Monday.
A. T. Buxton.
A. J. Prideaux of Willamette Uni
There will be a danee at Alpha
versity, Salem, is in the city this week. Kail, Cornelius, Saturday, evening,
He is a graduate of P. U.
August 15. Walker’s o r c h e s t r a .
Mrs. J. D. Bellinger is spending the Tickets 75c. The Ladies of Wood
week with her daughter, Mrs. Kinton craft will serve ice cream and cake on
of Banks, so J. D. is trying baching.
the stage, 10c a dish.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L R. Van
Archie Bryant, the photographer,
Kirk, at Forest View home, Wednes has a new subject to practice on for
day morning, a 10} pound daughter.
the next few years and from all teports
N ot o n ly does th e w ra p p e r o f e v e ry b o ttle
of Dr. P ie rc e ’s G olden M edical D isco v ery , th e
fam ous m e dicine fo r w £ak sto m a ch , \ rp id
liv e r o r b ilio u sn e ss a n d all c a t a r r h a l d isea ses
w h e re v er lo c a ted , h a v e p rin te d u p o n it, in
* in ...............................
E nglish, a fu ll a n d c o m p le te Tu
W at of ‘ all
the In g re d ie n ts com p o sin g it, b u t a sm a ll
book h as been c o m p ile d fro m n u m e ro u s
s ta n d a rd m e d ic al w orks, o f a ll th e d iffe re n t
sch o o ls " f p ra c tic e , c o n ta in in g v e ry n u m e r
o u s e x tr a c ts fro m th e w ritin g s o f le a d in g
p ra c titio n e rs o f m e d ic in e , e n d o rs in g in the
strongest possible term s, e a c h a n d e v e r y in g re
d ie n t c o n ta in e d in D r. P ie rc e ’s m ed icin es.
O ne o f th e se l i t t l e b o o k s w ill be m a ile d free
to a n y o n e s e n d in g a d d re ss o n p o s ta l c a r d o r
by le tte r, to Dr. It. V. P ie rc e . B uffalo, N. Y.,
a n d re q u e s tin g t h e sam e. F ro m th is little
book it w ill b e le a rn e d t h a t D r. P ie rc e ’s m e d
icines c o n ta in no alcohol, n a rc o tic s , m in e ra l
a g e n ts o r o th e r p o iso n o u s o r in ju r io u s a g e n ts
am i th a t th e y a re m a d e fro m n a tiv e , m e d ic i
n a l ro o ts o f g r e a t v a lu e : a lso t h a t som e of
th e m o st v a lu a b le in g re d ie n ts c o n ta in e d in
Dr. P ie rc e ’s F a v o rite P re s c rip tio n fo r w eak,
n e rv o u s, o v e r-w o rk e d , " ru n - d o w n .” n e rv o u s
an d d e b ilita te d w om en, w ere em p lo y ed , long
y e a rs ago. by th e In d ia n s fo r s im ila r a ilm e n ts
a ffe c tin g th e ir squaw s. In fa c t, o n e of th e
m ost v a lu a b le m e d ic in a l p la n ts e n te r in g in to
th e c o m p o sitio n o f Dr. P ie rc e ’s F a v o rite P r e
sc rip tio n w as k n o w n to t h e In d ia n s as
"S q u a w -W e ed .” O u r kno w led g e o f th e uses
o f n o t a few o f o u r m o st v a lu a b le n a tiv e , m e
d ic in a l p la n ts w as g a in e d fro m th e In d ia n s.
As m a d e u p b y im p ro v ed a n d e x a c t p ro -
cesses, th e " F a v o rite P r e s c r ip tio n ” is a m ost
•filc ie n t re m e d y f o r r c r n l i t l n r all th e w om
an ly fu n c tio n s, c o rre c tin g d is p la c e m e n ts. a3
p io la p s u s, a n té v e rsio n a n d re to rv e rs lo n .
o v e rc o m in g p a in fu l periods, to n in g u p the
n e rv e s a n d b rin g in g a b o u t a p e rfe c t s ta t e of
h e a lth , bo ld b y a ll d e a le r s in TT^KUcinea.
GROVE NATIONAL BANK
The rain that started in Wednesday
morning breaks a dry spell of some six
weeks, and is one of the most wel
comed climatic changes that has visit-
ed this county in a long time. There
are some crops that are not under cov
er. and threshing may be delayed, but
the benefits are tenfold.
W e are well fixed to take care of your every need in
the way of
Camp Supplies, Fishing Tackle,
Cuns, Rifles and Amunition
W e carry in stock the following rifles and guns
2 2 CAL. PROM $ 1.75 TO $ 12 .( 0
I have the agency for the Autofiiler
— Self rilling, Self Cleaning Fountain
A I way a Ready
A lw a y s W rite s
Come in and see them . T hey a re w ith out a doubt
th e best se it filling pen on the m arket today. W ar-
ranted by both m an u factu rer and reta ile r.
train Thursday and were conducted 'o
the camo grounds, where a nicnic din
ner was served by the ladies of the |
church.— Hillsboro Independent.
The Lee Willard theatrical company
he will be decidecly successful as he \ came out to this city last Friday and
always is. It’s a boy and he came on Monday appeared at the Masonic
last Saturday. All are well.
hall in the play entitled “ A Poor Rela
This was their first appearance
A party was given Monday evening
—a surprise on Gene Foster, at E. G this season. They had a good house
Mills’ residence, Monday evening. likewise a good play. The company
C. Peterson of Cornelius, purchased The young people gathered on the played at Hillsboro Tuesday night.
the Mott farm at Greenville for $3600 lawn and spent the time very pleas
Burdette Shipman, the popular piano
through the agency of T. H. Little antly.
Gene expects to leave this and real estate man at the Bazaar, will
week for Iona.
j leave on the 22nd inst for a month’s
Venen the Jeweler has just received
Three Oregon athletes won honors at visit to his old home in Binghamton,
some novelties that he is selling at the Olympic games in London—no N. Y. Dame Rumor says that the
greatly reduced prices. Call and see other state in the Union made such a citizens of Forest Grove may prepare to
showing. The bovs will be royally en- recejve a bride when he returns, bi t
tertained in Portland when they return
T. H. Littlehales and family returned early in September. Both athletic and Burdette says nit.
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a son
from Newport Saturday where they commercial bodies are uniting in the
! weighing twelve pounds bom to the
hive been spending a few weeks by arrangements.
1 wife of Jesse Fineout of this place the
It is rumored, ar.d it is only rumor, I 10 inst. Parties wishing the attend-
Chat. Walker, who was brought that when Mr. Harriman comes to Ore ■ ance of Dr. Large in this class of cases,
h >me from Newport several weeks ago gon, and he is expected soon, that he will greatly oblige him, if convenient
suffering from an attack of billiousness, will inspect the P. R. & N. line, and by engaging his services two or three
decide when the work will begin, and months prior to the expected event.
there is much anxiety along the line Dr. Large has both phones.
Judge W. H. Hollis was chosen concerning that matter.— Argus.
Mrs. A. B. Thomas had, last week,
chairman of the resolutions committee
Evangelist Kellems and family, who i as her guests, an aunt and her daugh
at the good roads convention at Port- will conduct the tent meetings of the
ter, Mrs. Wm. Patch and Miss Alice,
Christian church, arrived on the noon
of Galesburg, 111.. Mrs. Patch is
eighty years old and this was the
first trip to the coast.
Statement of the Condition of
band's brother's name was Dan Patch,
after whom the famous race horse was
The city council has, during the
A t « n i l o f t h « C o m p t r o l l e r J u l y IÄ , 1 9 0 «
summer, placed several new hydrants
in different parts of town at the solici
U i i h l l l t l e n i
R e a o u r c e a i
tation of the citizens who wished that
C ap ital S tock
Il L oan* and D is c o u n ts
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protection and who agreed to pay the
S u r p lu s
J Ì .K 5 M
H V § •im ita and Pr pm turns
U ndivid ed P ro fits ........................................
2.708 a s
! ! .♦ « 0 00
H O ther Honda
bill of installation. There is one hy
C irc u la turn
2 3 .AO 00
H I n n b Prem i sea
drant, however, that has been placed
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H O th *r R eal E state
that seems to be a bone of contention
H F u rn itu r * a n d F ix tu r e s
H Cash t v h a n d a n d d ue from h a n k s and
to the immediate residents, and if
b . • T reasu ry
a s H j s r s .n
T w .l
they do not soon come forward with
the wherewithal, the council is liable
to remove the same to another com
O IM U C T O R H «
munity. This is what the council
• lo h n B* B a lta y I said at its meeting Tuesday night.
j . a . T tio m h u rfh
T h o u . Cl. T o d d
VV. 1%. ttnin«M
, The hydrant is located near the res
al. W . F u g u R
idence of Stephen Blank.
Rev. Herbert Boyd and family left
last Saturday for Bloomfield, N. J.,
where Mr. Boyd has accepted a charge.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Kinton ol Banks,
are the proud parents of an 8 lb babv
girl who came to their home August 2.
We are not con
tent to make a
We aim to and do
produce portraits i
that seem imbued
with life, that j
bring an answer- \
ing smile to the j
Offers collegiate courses in Agiicul- !
Husbandry, etc ; Forestry; Domestic
Science and Art; Civil, Electrical,
Mechanical, and Mining Engineering;
Offers elementary courses in Agri
culture, Forestry, Domestic Science
and Art, Commerce, and Mechanic
Arts, including forge work, cabinet
steam fitting, plumbing,
machine work, etc.
Strong faculty, modern equipment;
tree tuition; opens Sept. 25.
Illustrated catalogue with full in
formation on application to the Regis
Dr. Hines and family are camping
at the soda springs which are located
on the Dr.’s ranch out at Gales Creek.
On Monday we were presented with a
demijohn full of the water from the
springs, and as we are an excellent
judge of water, we are decided in pro
nouncing it first class. It would only
take a trolley line up that way to make
this one of the most noted summer re
sorts in the state, as the w?ter has
been analyzed and found to contain all
the inRI''d>ents that go to make health,
besides there is plenty of good fishing,
mountain climbing et cetera, in the
neighborhood to make it ideal.
—Joe Stream guarantees to please
with the latest hair-cut. Sharp razors
properly handle^. Opposite
25 cal. Stevens, 25-20 Winchester
30-30 W inchester 32 special Win
chester, 25-35 Winchester; 30-30
Savage, 30-30 lightweight Savage
30-30 Rem ington autom atic.
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 S H IN G TO N AND T E N T H S T R E E T S
W s o r le
W R I T E FO R C A T A L O G
\The Stchool fhnt Pince» You in a Oood Position
thro u j
L. C. Smith, Stevens, Parker,
Baker and other makes of shot
V , Br° T 1,Ph,VSician1 and
“ The top price at Bailey’s tor y°
and ar f.lec,rlcal ap - Wool and Mohair,
pliances in office. Calls answered
— Be sure to take advantage of the night or day.
—Chase & Sanborn Coffees iW t
Mid-Summer Clearance Sale now on at
—Try Schultz’s ground bone for the best. Hoffman & Allen Co. *
Hoffman & Allen Co.’s store.
your hens. It will make them lay.
EDW ARD SEYM OUR
Sec. and Mgr.
A . B . T HON AS
P r e e id e n t
Oregon Land and Trading Compary
IN C O R P O R A TE D
F A R M and
B o th Te le p h o n e s
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