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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1908)
Miss May Davis spent Sunday
Miss Mabel Shell.
Walter Burke went to Portland
y and sold his hay.
Paget and her mother
spending some time at the beach.
W. K. Newell left Saturday
Southern Oregon where he spent
| ttal days.
▼Jas. Miller and family of Cornelius,
were visiting relatives in the Hill dis
Mrs. Arthur Aydelott and daughter
were visiting at Thatcher last week.
Miss Lu’u Raymond came home last
week She helped her brother in his
store at Raymond, Wash.
Thatcher folks were all out to Soda
Springs last Tuesday, and all had good
appetites and a gooa time.
Mr and Mrs. H. G. King were
over to Thatcher last week and made
their brother Ed a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Baker were out to
Thatcher Sunday and took dinner with
Ed. King’s and made them a visit.
H. H. Grahana, who went to Walla
Walla, Wash., a couple of weeks ago,
bought a home near College Place.
Henry Rhodes finished baling 75
tons of hay. He will thresh his wheat
and oats this week. Henry is a thrifty
farmer. A good chance for some
young maid. Don’t all apply at once
Mrs. C. I. Dakin has been enjoying
a visit from her oldest brother, Lorenzo
Doble and wife, from Ranier, Wash.
He is an old soldier and is in his
eighty fifth year. They returned home
last Tuesday morning.
Mrs. James Hill presides at the or
gan at Sunday school in the absence
of Miss Paget.
S. Shotwell has the contract for
building the new schoolhouse and will
hfgin as soon as the lumber arrives.
Miss Effie Fisher, who has been
working at Burkes all summer, re
turned to her home at Beaverton Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Bayliss visited with the
Crunicans Sunday. Mr. Crunican re
turned in the evening; she remained
P * Tuesday.
Eisenburg from Pen
Mrs. Stone and Mrs. Johnson of nsylvania, is visiting Mrs. Sating.
Portland, who have been visiting the
Miss Forbis and her friend spent
Mackies the past week, returned home from Friday till Monday at Portland.
Saturday and Mrs. Webb, also of
Miss Mabel Bryan of the Grove,
Portland, came out Sunday morning
was visiting Miss Porter over Sunday.
and is now visiting Mrs. Mackie.
The dance given Saturday at Dilley
was well attended and a financial
W ATT’S DISTRICT.
H. W. Burk is in Portland visiting
J. Vermilla had charge of the store
in the absence of Mr. Pegg and
Mr. Bleid’s sister is out from Port
land on a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Saling drove to Port
W. Johnson returned Monday from
land Tuesday and spent several days
a visit to a son in Eastern Oregon and
there on business.
also at Pasco, Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. Pegg have returned
Harvey Rogers and wife are now from Brimmington, after attending the
residents of Forest Grove, having funeral of Mrs. Pegg’s brother-in-law*
moved there last week.
The Artisan lodge will give an ice
Mrs Will Johnson is very ill at the cream social Wednesday evening at
home of M. Bisbee. Dr. Brown is the their hall. Everybody invited.
Miss Emma Briggs returned to her
Two threshing machines at work in work in the Grove Thursday, after
the neighborhood at the same time spending her vacation at Amity and
make lively times here.
Mr. Rice and family called at Mr.
Fred Linegar and Chas. Hoxtcbbe
Van Kirk’s one day last week to see from Nebraska, brother-in-law and
the baby girl which arrived there
cousin of W. Linegar is visiting W.
Mrs. Conger and son spent last
week with her daughter, Mrs. L
Ed. Henry of Gaston visited friends Dickson and her brother and family
spent Sunday with them.
A. Beckmyer attended the dance at
Mr. and Mrs. Preser and family
Dilley Saturday night.
returned from Brimmington, after at
Mrs. May Beal called on Mrs. tending the funeral of Mr. Fliks,
brother-in-law of Mrs. Preser.
Henry Dames Sunday.
at the Progressive Store
This Fall’s stock will eclipse any thing ever brought to the coun
ty. We have made careful selections and good buys and are in posi
tion to give our customers th e very best values—as we always are.
The Last Call on Our
Time is getting short* and the stock of Summer Goods is getting
low, buL we have a few good bargains left*. Prices arrange about like
$5.00 Silk Shirt Waists
4.50 Silk Shirt Waists
4.00 Silk Shirt Waists
3.50 Persian Lawn Shirt Waists
3.25 Persian Lawn Shirt Waists
3.00 Persian Lawn Shirt Waists
2.50 Batiste Shirt Waits
2.00 Batiste Shirt Waists
1.75 India Linon Shirt Waists
HOFFMAN ®> ALLEN COMPANY
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lee of
Notice for Publication.
Gales Creek, returned home last Satur
United States Land O ffice, P o rtla n d , O regon,
The undersigned will sell at public
A u gust 5th,
It is all smooth s a ilin g w h rn you place a L iner Ad I
auction on the premises, two and one-
N otice is h ereby g iv en th at M agdalene H offm an of
in this colum n. A few words here will reach 5,000 j
half miles west ol Forest Grove on the
1908, m ade tim
readers and th e resu lts a re certa in . 5c lin e 1st
Insertion, 2 l4i c ents each subsequent in sertion. < ber land a p p lic a tio n . No. 0202, for SV* of NEW and lots
Gales Creek road, on
of W illam ette
M inim um ch arg e 10 cts.
M eridian, ha» filed notice of in te n tio n to m ake final
Saturday, Sept. 5, 1908
Misses Corl and Cook spent a short
proof, to establish claim to th e land above described, be
LIST your farms and other properties fore the R e g iste r and R e c e iv e r at P o rtla n d , O regon, on
Sale begins at 10 o’clock a. m., the
vacation by the sea.
15th day o f Octobe*, 1908.
for sale with T. H. Littlehales, Forest the C laim
ant nam es as w itnesses:
P eter llotTm an, of B acona, O regon.
The weather has been very pleasant
C. N elson, of B acona, O regon.
4 The E B. F. M. club met at J.
the past week but is almost too late
Soren Je ppe3en, of B acona, O regon.
G ALES CREEK
and 8 heifers most all to freshen this | FOR SALE —Shadeland
Cummins last Saturday night.
ell, of B acona, O regon.
for the summer crowd.
A L G E R N O N S. DRESNER.
Mrs. Joseph Lee and daughter, Mrs.
fall, Hambletonian colt 1 year old, full white seed oats. Edward Naylor. 39-tf
Miss Gertrude Robinson of Spring-
Many of the cottages have resumed blooded Chester white boar six months !
Coffman, spent a few days in Portland
F irst Pub. A u g . 13,
water, visited here last week.
their winter appearance by having their old, 3 spring calves, 2 heifers, 1 bull, i FOR SALE—Good 7 room house
Ed Phenline and George Emmert
bay mare 5 years old partly broke, outside city limits. Pantry and Fruit
Mrs. Wm. Lyda of Forest Grove windows covered with shutters.
dug t well for Peter Stakel last week. visited with her son Elmer Lyda of
Mrs. S. Hughes and Mrs. Thomas weight 975, 3 milk cans. 15 stands house. Lot, 1 acre. Good Orchard N otice ia h e re b y g iv en th a t th e County Court of
W ashington C o u n ty , O re g o n , has appointed the under
Mrs. Maud Harris of Cornelius Gales Creek last week.
Roe came in this week for a short stay bees all in patent hives, Chatham fan and Barn. Furniture goes with the signed
as e x e cu to rs of the Last W ill and Testam ent of
ning mill, 140 egg Chatham incubator. place. Price 81800; easy terms. T. A ’an so n H tn m an , de c ea se d , and all persons having
passed through here Sunday on her
Fred Lilly of Seattle has been visit
said esta te are hereby notified to present
harrow steel frame, garden seeder, self H. Littlehales, Forest Grove, Ore. 46. them to g u a s, in a st t the
way to Scoggins Valley.
Law office of W . N. B arrett, at Hi I la
ing with his father N. C. Lilly of with Mrs. C. O. Roe.
bor, in said C ou n ty , w ith p ro p e r vouchers, w ithin six
dump hay rake. Free lunch at noon. :
from th is date.
The dance given at Dilley last Sat- Gales Creek, for the past few days.
W. N. Sears and Raleigh Walker re- Terms of sale: All sums of $10 and j FARM FOR SALE—On account of m onths
D ated th is A ugust 4, 1908.
% urday night was a success, the young
ALAN SON HIN M A N, JR .,
Samuel Smith and wife of Tillamook, ; port a very successful season in the less, cash. On sums of over $10 12 ! death I offer my farm of, 119 acres,
CH A R LES L. HIN M A N.
dancers from here participating.
are visiting with the latter’s parents, : dance business with the crowds very months time will be given on notes
E x ecu to rs of th e Last W ill and T estam ent of Alanson
H inm an, deceased.
bearing 6 per cent interest from date i
There will be a dance in the hop- Mr. and Mrs. Grove of Gales Creek good yet, but expect to close soon.
| C. Jaspers. Owner.
51-2m W . N. A ttorney
for E x ecu to rs.
with approved security. Two per cent
, house in Scoggins Valley next Satur this week.
day night, three piece orchestra. Ev
Wm. Obrien, who has been visiting
A S. DILLEY, owner. ! close to car line 81100. T. H. Little
erybody cordially invited.
with his sister, Mrs. Gertrude Williams
J. W. Hughes,
Geo. F. Naylor, | hales, Forest Grove, National Bank
of Gales Creek, returned to his home
One lot 100x100 feet. A 7 room
in Portland last Sunday.
house, well finished, hot and cold
WANTED — Housekeeper for family i water, bath and electric lights, plenty
Mr. and Mrs. Story of Tillamook,
E. J. Bonshu entertained company
Public Sale of Stock.
of three. State wages expected. Ad of fruit. Corner 4th St. and 2nd Ave.
who has been visiting with the latter's
from Mountaindale last week.
The undersigned will sell at public dress X, care of News.
Price 81500. Also one lot on 2nd
auction on the premises one mile east
Street, 100x100 feet, close to car line
FARM W a n t e d —An Eastern Ore- $4 qq
of Gaston, on
One lot 100x200 feet on 2nd
gon client wants a Valley farm of about j A v p
Thursday, Sept. 3, 1908
Also 5 room house, lot 100
Sale begins at 10 o’clock a. m.. the 400 or 500 acres, partly improved. xlOO, plenty of fruit. Price $1150.
following property to wit: Ten head Must be good soil, Would take sev- See JAC STEPHENSON
choice milch cows, 7 fresh and 3 to eral smaller pieces to make up that
freshen soon; 1 two year old Jersey amount. Give full legal description
— Bailey will buy your Wool and
and lowest price in first letter. Ad 1 Mohair.
You are going to need a
F o r e s t G ro v e , O re .
year old, 1 team heavy horses, 21 dress Cady it Seiple, 322 Mohawk
In c l. P h o n e 4 7 .1
steel rim wheel this win
—Money to loan on farm security
shoats, 3 sows and pigs, 3 i Rushford Bldg., Portland, Oregon
wagon Free lunch at noon. Terms ' FOR SALE—New Cream Separator; J W. H. Hollis.
Don’t fool your
of Sale: All sums of $10 and less, , i capacity 450 lbs, per hour.
New Line of Fine Fall Stationery
time away on wood rims
cash. On sums of over $10 12 j Dames, Gaston, Ore., R 1.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
months time will be given on notes
in wet weather; trade
50c to 65c values
Fnreit Grove Time Table
FOR SALE—Two young cows
bearing 6 per cent interest from date
your old wheel in on a
with approved security. Two per ! Phone No. 535, Thatcher. Grant Bai- —
TO P<>8 I
j ley, Davids Hill.
new nickeled steel rim
cent off for cash on sums over 810.
arrive« at fo rt land 8:00 a. m.
No. 6 departs 6:«o a.
I 0 J 0 a. m
H. D. JENNINGS, Owner,
8 55 a.
ll:S o « . m.
F or S a le — 4 acre tract with im No
lo :to a.
4:Jc ». m .
J. W. Hughes,
Geo. F. Naylor,
provements near town. Tel. 5435.
Come and look at our W indow
6 *> * m.
n O M PORTLAND
i Also cow for sale.
T H E HOOK. S T O R E
on Sale Saturday, 39c
JJo p .
A woman is known almost as well by the stationery
[she uses as by the coumpany she keeps. Here is a
chance to afforb the best.
FOR SALE — Dry fir wood. L. L.
—New stock of latest Ladies’ Home
Forest Grove. Ind. phone
Journal dress patterns at Bailey’s Big
P h o n e »:
S h o p 5 03 R e n . 59/
FOR RENT— The building opposite
Be sure to take advantage of the
— We always pay the highest price Mid Summer Clearance Sale now on at New. office, recently occupied a, a
barber shop. Edward L. Naylor. 5-tl
for wool and mohair.
Bailey. ’ Hoffman it Allen Co.’s store.
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WM. M(^URRAY^ General Passenger
Agent, Portland, Ore.