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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 24, 1908)
Mary Adelaide Storms was born in
Ticonderoga, New York, August 8,
W A T TS D IST R IC T .
1850, and died in Portland Sanitarium
A. T. Buxton is attending the stock : September 16, 1908.
She moved with her parents to
show in Portland.
The prune dryers of this locality be Whitewater, Wisconsin, when
gin work this week.
Mr. Williams left Sunday on a visit
to relatives and friends near Delevan, en Morgan, December 10, 1868. To
this union were born five children, L.
L ., of Portland; .A . P. of Ragan,
D. B. Adams transacted business
Nebraska; Ada P., who died in infancy;
with the Hazelwood Creamery Co. in
Davse Markee, and Emma M. Mor
gan, of Forest Grove.
Mr. Hanson of Dilley chopped feed > In February, 1869, they moved to
for Messrs. Adams,
Johnson and Blackhawk county, Iowa, and in June,
Knighten last week.
1871, to Lincoln, Nebraska. Early in
Watts District was represented ] the winter of 1872, she was converted
the state fair by State Game Warden and was baptized in the First Baptist
and Mrs. R. 0 . Stevenson.
church of Lincoln. In October, 1872,
• A. S Dilley and party returned from tt,ey roove(j t0 Harlan county, Neb-
their pleasure trip into the mountains rasfca, on a homestead near Orleans,
Sunday and report a fine time.
which was at that time on the frontier,
Mrs. L. R. Van Kirk and b ab y1 among the buffalo and Indians, grass-
daughter were in Forest Grove last hoppers and drouth. She was an en-
week, the guests of Mrs. O M. thusiastic worker in building up the
She united with the United Breth
Mrs. O. McHale and children ar
rived from Portland Monday, accom ren church there and was instrumental
panied by Mrs. Crowe, who will spend in organizing three Sunday schools in
that section. The United Brethren
a few days here.
Mr. and Mrs. R ice pleasantly enter church disbanded, and in 1887 she
tained S. N. Short and family of Gales united with the First Methodist Epis-
Creek, also relatives from town and C0Pa' chrrch at Orleans, and was one
I among o: hers in getting the Metho
this place at dinner Sunday.
dist school at Orleans, and many other
We would be pleased to have the
enterprisis in the new country
roid commissioner inspect the county
She was a cnartti member of White-
bridge across the Gales Creek here, as
head Woman’s Relief Corps and its
a portion of it is in a deplorable
! first president, and served as one of
the department officers of Nebraska.
In March, 1904, she came to For
Alfred C u n m jig s is home for a | est Grove, and here united with the
Methodist Episcopal church and the
Woman’s Relief Corps, of which she
A. Bispre ard wife have moved into
has twice been chosen president.
t teir new home.
Last year she served as chairman of the
B. F. Sin | son came home for a few executive board, and at the state en
days, returning to his work Saturday.
campment at Newport was elected
Another new house will soon be Junior President.
completed, belonging to Mr. Draugn.
She was a dutiful and loving wife
McCabe Bros, have had an office and mother, and very highly respected
and bam built near D. Stowell’s res- in all communities where she lived
She leaves, beside her own family,
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stephens are one brother, Joseph Storms, of Port
visiting with their son, Ally Stephens land and two sisters, Mrs. May Newell,
of Bellingham, Washington, and Mrs.
Webb, of Colorado.
Charles Starr of Corvallis, is spend
Those from out of town who attend
ing a few days with his sister, Mrs.
ed the funeral were, Joseph Storms and
three children Mrs. Nellie Ellis, Ro
A. H. Scofield and wife took a trip
salie and Plymouth Storms of Portland;
to Sherwood this week, visiting their
L. L. Morgan, wife and three children
daughter, Mrs. E. Murphy and family.
of Portland; Geo. Payne Sr., Misses
Mr. McKusick is having an addition Ellen and Alice Payne, and Mrs. Mary
built onto the hotel, which he will use Millard of Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs.
for a bakery. He is now baking 150
Geo. Payne Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ir
loaves of bread per day.
vin Payne of Hillsboro, D. E. Bom-
A number of young people attended gardner, of Portland.
the Banks dance Saturday night. They
Card of Thanks.
report a very good time at the dance
but did not seem very favorably im i To all the friends and neighbors
pressed with the suppei furnished by who so kindly assisted us in the sick-
the Banks hotel.
; ness and death of our beloved wife and
mother, we desire to extend our sin-
G A LES CREEK
j cere thanks. In the words of our
Miss Myrtle Corum of Central Point,, Saviour, in as much as ye have done it
is visiting with friends at Gales Creek. unl0 the least of these ye have done it
Miss Eula I-aflerty of Gales Creek, unto me.
spent Sunday visiting with friends a
S tephen M organ ,
L. L. M organ and F a m il y ,
D a yse M a r k e r ,
D. G. Lilly and family of Hillside
m m a M organ .
spent Sunday with Mr. ana Mrs. Pierce
of Gales Creek.
DR. 8 . M. W ENDT
Hop picking is over on Cales Creek
Physician 4 Surgeon
and prune picking and drying will be
CONSULTATION IN GERMAN OR ENGLISH
the next thing in order.
burners at V. S. Abraham.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SUR
GERY AND ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS
Office in Forest Grove Nat l Bank Bldg.
Residence at present, Forest Grove
There will be a dance at the skating
Hotel; in about two weeks at Dr. D. W.
rink Saturday night. Walker’s Orches- Ward’s office. Calls answered day or
night. Both Phones.
TH E BOOK STORE
I n ti. P h o n « 4 7 3
It is n o t a m a tte r o f COLOR, an d P R I C E a lo n e ; y o u m u st,
LOOK AT THE PEDIGREE
H ö r e s t D r o v e , O r n i.
E x c e lle n t Q u a lity xxx w h ite w o v e
E n v e lo p e s o n sale S a tu rd a y , 3 5 c
p er box o f 2 5 0 .
Come in and see our new styles of Engraved
Academy and University Stationery
A good fountain Pen f o r i 1.00
If th e m a k e is oste w e ll k n o w n , o r o n e that» y c u r d e a le r w ill not» hesi
ta te t»o re c o m m e n d , a ll w e ll and g o o d ; if n o t , lo o k o u t .
A ll C loth es L o o k A like
When piled shoulder-high on the counter but there is
all the difference in the world when worn a few times.
T ry on one of our
100 '1 PURE WOOL
See how the shoulders set; how perfect
in every detail The tailoring is just as
good as you get in a
M A D E TO M E A SU R E
Suit and at much less cost.
If it bears the label of J. CAPPS A SONS
you may depend upon it that
for their guarantee and ours are back of every gar
ment. They buy the wool and make the clothing; ev-
ery process from A to Z under their own supervision,
in their own factory.
HOFFMAN ®> ALLEN
"P io n eer H arn ess M ak e r"
This is the time of year
when heavy work begins
and you will want good
strong harness. W e not
only have the largest
stock in the county but
our prices will convince
you that we
SELL THE CHEAPEST
Our Store is overflowing with all
kinds of harness both light and
heavy. Buggy Whips, Robes,
Rain Curtains. In fact every
thing you want.
Imported and Domestic L^tterns
UY A NORSE
You are cordially invited to call
and inspect our stock
—Money to loan on farm security
W. H. Hollis.
L in e r C o lu m n
It Is all smooth sailin g when you place a Liner Ad
In this column. A few words here w ill reach 5.0TC
readers and the results are certain. 5c tine 1st
cents each subsequent insertion.
Minimum charge 10 cts.
LIST your farms and other properties
for sale with T. H. Littlehales, Forest
| Grov» National Bank Building. 27tf
THERE ARE NONE BET
TER FOR THE PRICE
F or SALE—Knabe Piano. Mrs. E.
F or S a l e —Good 7 room house
Notice for Publication.
E. Williams, Forest Grove.
close to car line 81100. T. H. Little-
United State* Land Office, Portland, Oregsa,
hales, Forest Grove, National Bank
August 5th, 1904
FOR R e n t —S mall ranch. Write Bldg.
Notice is hereby g iven that M agdalene Hoffmai cf
D. Pierce, Gales Creek, Ore., phone
Bacona. Oregon, who. on August 5th, 1908 made tiff-
W a n t e d , to Do S e w in g — First brr land appl.cation, No. 0202, for SH of NE1* and kw
No. 32 Ind. Gales Creek.
one and two, of Section 6, T 3 N, R 3 W of W i II m si ’’
class dressmaking. Miss Frankie Mat M eridian, has filed notice of intention to make te l
j proof, to establish claim to the land above described, b-
fore the Register and R eceiv er at Portland. OreKm.cc
F arm f o r r e n t —Good 126 acr: thews, Cor. 4th St. and 5th Ave. So. j | the
15’h day of Octobe., 1908.
I Claimant names as w itnesses:
farm on North Prairie. Inquire of Forest Grove.
Wm. Kane, Forest Grove.
L o st Keyring, alluminnm chain
keys. Finder leave at this office
FOR S a l e —Four good horses. In
Store and receive reward.
q u ire d A. Saelens, Forest Grove. 12t2
T - W alker
12-t 1 p
F or S a le —Good driving and rid
ing horse. Inquire ât this office.
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife, M. A.
FOR S a l e —Billy Ward, Dr. Ward’s Heltzel.
horse, new buggy, harness robes, etc.
J. P. HELTZEL, Banks, Ore. 12-t2
All for $250. See Dr. Ward. 12-.2
FOR RENT—The building opposite
As I am going to leave Forest
News office, recently occupied as a
in the next two weeks I hereby
barber shop. Edward L. Naylor. 5-tf
give notice to those owing ne to
L ost — Between A. H. Gates’ resi please call and settle at once.
dence and Forest Grove, Monday, pair
D r . d . w . W a rd .
gold rim spectacles. Leave at The
Wood Saw ing
Wood sawed on short notice; smal1
ROOMS TO R e n t —With or without orders promptly filled. Residence rn
Liard, Apply at
at Aunt Ann Smith’s corner First Ave. and Fourth streeu
residence College Way.
Peter Hoffman, of Bacona. Oregon.
C harlie C. Nelson, of Bacona, Oregon.
Soren Jeppesen, of Bacona. O regen.
Eli Howell, of Bacona, Oregon.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER.
First Pub. Aug. 13,
Notice for Publication.
United State, Land Office, Portland. Orrffon.
September 19, 1908.
Notice is hereby g iven that Joel C. Ash of CsH
C* ck. Oregon, who, on A ug. 16, 1907. nnde HomooM
En ry No. 16310. S e ria l No 0373. for Lots 2 A J Set
tion 29 and t.ot 5 Section 30, Township 1 North. I m p
4 W e,t* W illam ette Mend a n . has filed notice t i in
tention to m ake final Commutation proof, to establish
c airn to the 1; nd above described, before Register '
and R eceiver, at Port.and. O regon, on the 26th d V *
Claimant names as w itnesses:
Edward Seym our, of Forest Grove. Oregon.
John Woelt, of Gales Creek. Oregon.
Hugh Sm ith, of Forest Grove. Oregon.
O. S. H igby, of Forest Grove. Oregon.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER,
First Pub. Sept. 24, 1908.
Notice for Publication.
U .S . Land Office a t Portland. Oregon,
Sept. 21ft, l « l
Notice is hereby g iv e n that Charles Merle SdwelLjf
Glenwood, O regen. who. on Ju ly 15th. I9C3. 9 *
Homestead application No. 15006. Ser a! No. 0371.» I
N . of NEW, and NVii of N W H . Section 34 , Town**]
n rth. R ange 5 W est. W illam ette Meridian, b * **■
no ,ce o? intention tr m ake Anal five year proof.
b ish c airn to the land above described, before Iff’
srer and Rece v er, U. S. Land Office, at Fortlxsd.
Eon. on the 2«th day of October, 1918.
Claim ant names as w i'n rs»es:
Brice W ilson, of Tim ber, Oregon.
Gilbert E W estinehouae, of Tim ber. Oregon.
Eben A Ires, of Glenwood, Oregon.
Jacob T Cox, of Glenwood, Oregon.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER. Rer**1
First Published Sept. 24 .
J. E. P atton .
Team, wagon and harness for sale
cheap. Inquire of G. S. Thrapp,
Gales Creek. Ore. Ind phone X53. To Whom This May Concern:
We, the undersigned, have had the
huller belonging to Crop Broth
F or S ale New Cream Separator;
Notice to Creditors.
lbs. per hour.
John ers under W. H. Lyda’s management
P »«‘y 450 lbs,
Dames. Gaston, Ore., R 1.
hull our clover and are glad to say that *n m .tie r of the „ t a t , of Thom*, Roe. deu«*d ^
they do the fastest and cleanest
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» u r n of
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FOR SALE—4 acre tract with im
« « « K l C h a . O. Roe executors of the U* •** *
provements near town. Tel. 5435.
of Thom a, Ro», deceased.
wanting clover hulled will make no testament
Also cow for sale.
And all persons having clalmi ayato it said
t> us. --—-
ptoperi, _ _
mistake by getting them to do their hereby notified to present t h e m ------
•t be store of Ch*s. O. Roe ft Co.. Forest G * * * 0* I
FOR SALE—Shadeland Wonder work.
gon, within six months from this date.
vhite seed oats. Edward Naylor. 39-tf
Ditcd Sept. 8. 1908.
C. B. C a m p b e l l ,
MART A * *
W m . W e st e n .
F or S ale —Good 7 room house
c h a s . o a t *
outside city limits. Pantry and Fruit
Executors of the last w ill and testa m a n !« ® *
house. Lot. 1 acre. Good Orchard
Barnett Y. Roe. A tty for Executory
and Bam. Furniture goes with the
The best variety. Apply
place. Price $1800; easy terms. T. C h a l m e r s , Forest Grove o
— Bailey will buy your Wool
H. Littlehales, Forest Grove, Ore. 46. near Centerville.