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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1908)
year. This brought Labor Day around
in the heat of the summer.
unions said it was too hot to march far
enough to make any impression cn
Published every Thursday by T1
capital. Like every other politician.
Washington County Publishing Cc
Numa was afraid of the labor vote, to
he pushed September along to the
ninth place in the calendar and had
Entered at the post-office at Forest
Labor Day fall on the first day of
Grove, Oregon, as second class
enabled to march twice as far, and Nu
ma had to refuse a third term.
Subscription $1.50 Per Year
The old school bell will toll the
Advertising rites made known en
knell of youthful summer joys, and the
girls will meekly get in line, together
with some boys; but the gamer young
Official Paper Washington C sters will hide out a few days in dis
A. E. Ñ utirse ................. manager sent, and later on the last one in will
run for president.
J. F. w oods ......................... editor
The summer girl will get her coat
T H U R SD A Y , AU GUST , 27 1908 | and Merry W idow hat, and journey
! homeward from the
where she’ s at; but the widow easily
Bryan has suggested that the caressed because she stuck to toques,
democratic newspapers through will bring a mollycoddle home and
out the country, begin the col show it to the folks.
The tourists who have been abroad
lection of his campaign funds
on fashionable trips, will homeward
from their subscribers, say the wend with hotel tags stuck all around
rice of a year’s subscription. their grips; and thronging in their wake
the task proves to be as hard will com e a never ending flow of bust-
to do as the collection of the ed immigrants to see where they got
THE NEW S
Try a Sack of “Home Product’
WHEN HER BACKACHES
A W o m a n Finds AH H er En
ergy and A m bition Slip
ping A w a y
hard w heat
Forest Grove women know how the
aches and pains that com e
kidneys fail make life a burden. Back
. BLUE-STEM FLOl *
ache, hip pains, headache, dizzy spells,
distressing urinary troubles, all tell of
sick kidneys an warn you of the steal
MANUFACTURED BY CRESCENT MILLS— FOREST GROVE
thy approach of diabetes, dropsy and
Dean’ s Kidney Pills
S Barnes It 4 Hamilton’ s
Here’ s proof cf it in a Forest G.ove Leonard W Hill to J N Hoff
woman’ s words:
man 60 acres in sec 21 t
Mr*. J. Van Donelen llvir* on Pacific A v e.. Forest |
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Grove, Ore.. sayv “ I was prci-p- b-nefitted by the use I
A M Stearne et ux to Wm H
of Doan’s Kidney Pills f suffered from this comp!a -it |
Black s k of ne i sec 25 t
for some tim e rnd my buck fin-' !y became so weak •■••d
2 n 3 w ................................. 2S00
painful that I was scarcely able to do my household
dutiea. My kidneys were dis''rde'ed. the s-'etions very [ E A Eddy et
ux to A M
Having just purchased the Hardware business of
unnatural causing m e great u dicuUy and annoyance at
Spickelmier et al pt of sec
time*. I tried two or three cl fT rent - nds or remedies,
26 t 2 s 1 w ........................ 1800 00
S. G. Hughes, I have added a new stock of both
but found no relief until Doan’s Kidrey Pills were
brought to my attention, and « piuCUieJ a boa. The Elmer Wright et ux to Carl
trouble has entirely left me and I am now enjoying
D Fhillipp s J of se J sec
good health. I wish all women suff"-ing from kidney
I 12 t 3 s 2 w ........................ 2400 00
com plaint to use Doan * Kidney Pills and they wail be
! Theodore W eber et al to
well satisfied with the results obtained.”
Laura E J W eber 1 acre
subscription fee to the genera! al) the dough.
For sale by all dealers. Price SO
September is when the autumnal
in sec 9 t 2 s 1 w ............
run of country newspapers, a equinox the mosquito out. This oc- cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Albert et ux to E l Kuratli
thimble will hold all he gets.
j curs on the 22d, when the sun goes New York, sole agents for the United
et al part of It 5 bk 7
I over the equator for a touchdown on States.
H illsb o ro .............................. 1400 00
T w o young boys lost their | the icecream gigglery and summer | •Remember the name— Doan’ s— and Albert Hartrampf to W E
Pittidger pts of Its 5 & 6
lives in the Eugene wreck Sun | underwear. The coal man will kick take no other.
and will from now on carry everything
goal, and Mr. Rooseve't, leaving Saga-
bk 2 Finney add Hillsboro 320 5 0
day, because they were riding I more Hill, will turn to Washington
Louise L e!ch et al to Abra
The moon will be full on the 10th,
the “ blind baggage.”
How and the serious business of loading
ham Abderhalden n J of
and the American fleet will make the
many young men are doing th e i some more shells for lions.
ne i of nw i sec 11 t n 2 w 2275 00
Society Islands about the 12th. It is
Ann M Nichols et al to Mar-
same thing on the trains here The cooler air will stimulate
expected that it will remain there
inus Eriksen It 22 Nich
taking their lives in their hands?
permanently, society having becom e
And everybody will hit up
ols add to Garden H o m e . 400 00
T he number would startle s )me
its long suit.
I will occupy the same business room as
A little faster pace.
H Metzger et ux to M E
parents in this vicinity. The
N icoll Its 3 & 4 bk 17
The smiling entry from the Platte
Mr. Hughes on Pacific avenue and I invite
presidential whiskers will begin to
two who were lost came of good
Metzger acre tracts............
Will put up clouds of dust,
blend with Nature’ s general color J E Loomis to J R Wether-
families and no excuse can be And the roly-poly man will run
everybody to call and see me.
scheme, and both Mr. Sherman and
bee tract in ne i of sec 31
Till he is like to bust.
given for such recklessness.
Mr. Kern will run a little stonger on
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And Teddy meanwhile will observe the tails of their tickets.
J E Loomis to K M cClung
The Hains murder case in the contest through his glass, and And then October will return,
w ^ e io f ne i of ne J
New York bids fair to become st‘ck arounc* the half-mile post until
That gladsome time and rare
sec 3 1 t s 3 w .................
the runners pass; and if he fears the
When the pumpkin pie will answer Bertha U Jostedt to Johanna
as notorious as the Thaw case
Platte will win the highest prized of
"H e r e !”
Foulkes 8 acres in Phillip
did. The plea of insanity is to boons, he’ ll laugh and whistle up a
S u c c e s s o r t o S . C j - H u g h e s
Upon the bill-of-fare.
d 1 c ..........................
be made and no doubt enough few old reassuring tunes, and toss a
Bertha T Jostedt to William
expert testimony can be pur big fat bum blebee in Taft’ s back
Foulkes 10.14 acres in
chased to insure a verdict of not pantaloons.
Phillip Harris d i e ............
And then there will be doings on
guilty. It may be, in higher
A Leich James et al to Oscar
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
this none tio stable earth,. and every
Liech n i of ne i of nw I
society, that a man can stand Democrat will get his campaign dollar’ s ,
Pointer et ux to Jas D
sec l l t l n r J w ............
guard while his brother com worth; the Hisgens, Debs, and all of
Cooke 5.33 acres in t 1 s
William J Ingram to James
mits a justifiable homicide from that influential fry, will duck into the
1 w ........................................ $ 538 00
S Church 12
an insanity standpoint, b u t weeds and watch th e¡even t go by; and Wm E Bowman et al t0 Frank
Abram Landess Jr d 1 c . . 1200 00
among the poorer class it would ‘I**5 ! aft ™en’ ,0Oj“ n* onth* * 1 e
d Sawyer part of bk 14
Wm A Finney to Henrietta
i t h e f i r e w o r k s p o p a n d s i z z , w i l l h O id o n
on n n
Rhea tract in bk 3 Fair-
view add H illsboro............
murder, and the perpetrator dust 1S m s?”
Cronin pt of bk 2S Forest
W W Boscow to Henrietta
hanged for it.
The touch of Fall will make the ripe
G r o v e ....................................
Rhea pt of It 5 bk 3 Fair-
And falling acorn thud.
I Chas C Opitz to O F Opitz
view add H illsboro.........
And the crawfish will throw up his tail
1 00 Martha Cronin
It 3 in Brugger tract. . . .
A re you doin g w hat you can to popu late you r state?
And burrow in the mud;
John F Duffy to Mary J
Rachael Herb tract in bk
F or S eptember .
The dread mosquito will dt pa t
Dufiy pt of sec 19 t 1 n 4
1 00 | 25 Forest G rove................. 1000 00
OREGON NEEDS PEOPLE— Settlers, honest farmers mechanics
Now Bryan was having
From this terrestial scene.
Ann M Nichols et al to
j N E Losey et al to Anna C
merchants, clerks, people with brains, strong hands and a willing
A speech phonographed,
But he’ ll die, as well becom es the brave
Christian Kjaer It 20 Nich
Erkie 10 actes in se 4 of
heart— capital or no capital.
When who should walk in
With his face against the screen.
ols add Garden H o m e . . .
sec 28 t s r 1 w .................
But the giant Bill Taft—
And then the fall enlivened colt will
And they laughed.
to Edw W Haines se i sec
! frolic on the hill, and the railroads will
Estate of Anna Kroneback deceased.
28 t 1 s 5 w ....................... 2750 00
“ Good morning,” said Bryan,
| return the folks they found too tough
is sending tons of Oregon literature to the East for distribution
Geo Kroneback appointed adramis-
Displaying a look
to kill; the lat and idle plutocrat will Wm M Stephens et ux to J
through every available agency. Will you not help the good work
Tompson pt of E Walker
Of joy and surprise
1 close his summer place, and the can
of building Oregon by sending us the names and addresses ol
00 J Buchele Suretvs.
As he laid down his book—
didate will mount the stump and run
vour friends who are likely to be interested in this state?
Estate of Andrew Johnson deceased.
J N Hoffman et ux to Leon
And they shook.
; off at the face.
B K Denny appointed administrator.
ard W Hill pt of H Clark
" I have come for a visit,”
formation about OREGON and its opportunities.
After the 23d, September will bt
d l c t l s 3 w ...................
400 00 Bonds 88000.
Said Taft, while his hat
COLONIST TIC K ET S will be on sale during SEPTEM BER AND
under the influence of Libra, the sev I S Brown to Wm Biggs It 6
Estate of Lulu J Davenport de-
Was hung on a nail
OCTOBER from the East to all points in Oregon. The fares
enth sign of the zodiac. The sign of
bk 5 Sherwood .................
487 50 ceeasd. Ordered that citation be is
By the great Democrat—
from the principal cities are
Libra represents a pair of scales held in A W Smith et ux to W R
sued to all persons interested to ap
And they sat.
the claws of a scorpion. It is of Chal
pear in this court Sept. 29 and show
From Denver . . . $30 00 From Louisville $41 70
Laidlaw Its 4 & 5 Green
dean origin, and is supposed to mean
"D e lig h te d !” said Bryan,
berg H eights.....................
1 00 cause why an order be not issued to
“ Omaha . . .
“ Cincinnati 42 20
that the 23d is where the ice man gets W C Kertson et ux to W R
" I f I be allowed
sell real estate
“ Kansas City 30 00
The sentiment Ted
“ Cleveland 44 75
Sparks Its 1 & 2 bk 9
Has so often avow ed"—
South Park add Forest
People bom under Libra are in
Ira G M cCorm ick and Alga Peter
And he bowed.
G r o v e .................................
capable of pretense; the women never
“ Chicago . . 38 00
kiss women they hate, and the men
“ I suppose.” ventured Taft.
to Felix Verhoeven et al
TICKETS CAN BE PREPAID.
play a wretched
game of poker.
With a smile that was sweet,
pt of bk 5 Forest Grove. . 1800 00
Libra people also have no ear for
"Y o u have just made a record
If you want to bring a friend or relative to Oregon, deposit the
music, and generally play some partic J S Thompson et ux to Wm
That I’ ve got to b e a t"—
proper amount with any of our agents. The ticket will then be
M Stephens pt of bk 30
ularly loud instrument in the village
furnished bv telegraph.
W. BROWN. Local Agent. Forest Grove. Ore.
"W h y n o ,” Bryan laughed,
Walter Hannan et ux to Sam
The swallow will desert the eave
" I have records for two;
W m . MCMURRAY. General Passenger Agent,
Farah part of sec 4 t 2 n
And start the movement south,
You may make one yourself
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And the farmer prime himself to spit
If you wish so to do —
Herman Klausen et ux to
Through early autumn’ s drouth;
Mrs H M Patton tract 4
The pumpkins will grow long and gaunt
6 0 YEARS’
But Taft waved his hand
Amended Plat Fairview
With dragging on the vine.
With a show of suspicion.
add H illsb oro.................... 1190 00
And when the time will com e for old
And said, " I am not
Alfred Young et ux to Patsy
John D. to get in line
A machine politician” —
Toosey tract in sec 36 t 2
And pay his month's installment on
n 4 r ................................. 1500 00,
That thirty million fine.
P H Parley et al to John
In the old Roman calendar Septem W e’ ll hear a horse laugh that will give
Wunderlich tract in sec 31
Us shivers down the spine.
T rade M a r k s
ber was the seventh month of the
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D e s ig n s
C o p y r i g h t s Ac.
Ann M Nichols et al to K F
A n vone «ending a sketch and doscrinttrvn mny
IN O N E OR M A N Y COLORS
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Jarrett et al It 10 Nichol’ s
intention is probably patent able. Communica
tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent*
add Garden H o m e ............ 1000 00
l a r g e s t facilities
sent free, oldest agency fo r securing patents.
W W Lewis et ux to Wm
Patent* taken through Munn A Co. receive
I N T H E W E S T FORI
tptcial notice, w ithout charge, lu the
Wingfield pt of Joshua
T H E P R O D U C T I O N OF
Dickson d i e t 1 s 4 w . . 1500 00
If. Y .
h ig h
g r a d e
w o r k |
A handsom ely Illustrated w eeklr. I srgest cir
G C Gray to F H Knight
culation o f any scientific journal. Term s, $3 a
year: f u r m onth*, $L Sold by all newsdealers.
pt of sec 17 & 18 t 1 n 4
• atis as i s « as lasTiss m i s i !
Branch Office, 625 F 8t., W ashington, D. C.
i Nancy I Banks et al to Trus
tees of Methodist church
Let THE N e w s do your job work,
It 1 bk 1 Banks & part of
i We guarantee good
It 3 Banks ...........................
2d * A l d e r , P O R T L A N D , p RÈ 1
s ild way below Portland prices and on easy monthly pay
good stock and most reasonable prices.
Fred Struchen et ux to H H
We print everything.
Brown pt of sec 9 t 2 s 1
ments. Also a full line of
— White River Flour made
— Sell vour wool and mohair to Eastern Oregon wheat for sale
John A Chilton et ux to M
Bailey. H e ’ ll do what’ s right.
ley’ s Big Store.
permanently cure all these disorders.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Im
plements, Buggies and
B u ild e r ,
F a r m e r a n d a ll O th e rs
F o rest G rove
E A°5’d. ” "x ",o"r w * "
Southern Pacific C o— Lines in Ore.
TH E BAZAAR
S T A B HR. M anager
Kodaks and Supplies
H ig h G ra d e P ia n o s , Organs
a n d S ew in g M ach in es
MUNN & Co.36' Br« d* '> New York
P h a rm a c y
E d is o n a n d C o lu m b ia
Talking Machines and Records always in stock.
hicks - chatten
hngraving ' cto
logues sent free to any address.
The leading place in the County f»>r Stationery
and School Supplies.
r a p e .