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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1908)
T£ FIRST NATIONAL BANK
The M. M. S. will meet with Con 100 x 115
stance Geiger on October 17. AI
100 x 200
j most enjoyable afternoon was spent at |
the home of Marie Buffum on Oct. 3rd. 1 ACRE, 5 ACRES
Hank Wirtz, Tubby Smith* Greasy1
10 ACRES 30 ACRES
Schultz and the Duke of Carlisle Mut- [
chison, Chas. Miller’s pill roller, had or 30 ACRES, the sized
a jollification on Davids Hill Sundsy.
LOT YOU CAN BUY IN
Did you see the red fire?
The walls of the J. N. Hoffman
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
$ 3 5 ,0 0 0
building on Pacific avenue are nearly j
completed. The top of the structure |
is bein; built with cement blocks
which add materially to the appear-
ance of the building.
See Plat at the Auction
Mrs. 0. Brown received a letter Sal-1
urday telling of the death of her sister- House,
in law, Mrs. James Dixon, in New j Oregon.
York City. The body was taken to
L. L. HOLLINGER,
their old home in Kempville, Ontario.
Mr. Dixon will come West to live with
son River were in town Tuesday pur
chasing furniture etc. for a new home.
Arthur Shearer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Boos’ barn out north of town
Miss Marie Spiesheart went to Port
— Hot Lunches at Little Bakery.
was burned down Friday afternoon wiih Jake Shearer of Hillside, his purchased
land Thursday, to look after new goods
Harry Dinforth visited Portland
all its contents. The winter’s supp'y A. G. Watson’s jewelry store. Mr.
which she had ordered and had not re
o( potatoes, hay and other articles were Shearer is a graduate of the Watch
lost. It is not known how the fire makers’ and Engraving School of
Miss Belle Denny spent Saturday in
Mr. Boos had left the day Seattle and ha, just returned from
of this county, who died at his home before for a week’s visit at Roseburg. there well fitted for the business he
Capt. Barnes was a Portland visiter in Vernonia in September was buried
Through a telegram received from has bought. He intends to carry a full
the first of the week.
i at Banks
where the National Asso line of jewelry, watches and clocks,
— We always pay the highest price
S. G. Morgan has returned to Forest ciation of Funeral Directors have just and will do general repairing. His
for wool and mohair.
i Grove after spending a month and a closed their session, conies the news store will be open for business next
—Fine line of ladies handkerchiefs half at his old home in Pittsburg, Pa.,
that this association has chosen Port Monday.
at Kirkwood’s Millinery.
and other places through the east.
H. L. Cowles, a Yamhill county saw
land for its 1909 convention, the Alas
Mrs. Kate Stribich and Mrs. Robert
—Miss Gertrude Kirkwood carries a ka Yukon-Pacific Exposition being one mill man, has sued the Gaston Lumber
Wirtz were in Portland Friday.
complete line of toilet articles for of the factors in making this decision. Company, whose principal owner is A.
John Brooks spent Sunday with his ladies.
Peter Halter, of Tigardville, aged 75 H. Tanner, the late ex-Senator Mitch
ell’s law partner, lor $237.50 and costs
parents in St. Johns.
Mrs. J. R. James of Seattle and years, was adjudged insane by the of the suit. Cowles alleges that he
Mrs. Harry Goff and son Willis
Mrs. Morgan of Astoria are visiting a | county court last Friday and was ser.t hauled his mill machinery from North
J| spent the day in Portland Saturday.
to the asylum at Salem. He crawled
the home of Mrs. Jane M. Smith.
under a straw stack and then set it cn Yamhill and located it on the Tanner
Judge Hollis went to Portland
Mrs. Rosa Buchanan sold her resi
fire. When the flames became too hot tract, under contract, and that he was
Thursday evening coming back Friday.
dence at the corner of First street and
later obliged to put a lien on some ties
—See display of Onyx ware at Carl | sixth ave t0 Chas MerU> ,ast week. he gave up his suicidal intent, but not
he had sawed. He now asks that
until after the legs of his trousers were
Hinman’s Hardware Store on Pacific
the ties and lumber be said to satisfy
Mrs. Mary West and daughter Gla badly burned.
dys of Rock Creek, Eastern Oregon,
Rev. Herbert P'rank Moulton of
—Try Royal Bread. Fine grained, are visiting the former’s brother, B. G.
Biddeford, Maine, one of the be;t-
sweet, nutritious, at The Little Bakery Mulkey in this city.
EASY TO MIX THIS.
known lecturers in the country, is fea
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Sparks, Mis.
Prepare at Home by Shaking Ingredi
Mrs. F. A. Moore is confined to the Mary Hack and daugher Pearl, of Van- turing his lecture on the Pacific North-
ents Well in a Bottle.
house by a severe attack of nicuuid CJUVeri visited at the Sparks home in
What will appear very interesting to
in this city, Sunday.
. , ...
mercial bodies of Washington, has fui- many people here is the article taken
Miss Essie Baker of McMinnville
82000. 8 room house, corner; nished illustrating 8lides of exlraordi. from a New York daily paper, giving a
visited friends in Forest Grove, last 100x100 center of town. Twenty Qary attracliveD€SS.
simple prescription, which is said to be
acres fenced, six acres in cultivation,
a positive remedy for backache oi
Rolla Peterson returned last week nice springs three miles out, $1000. j J- B- Mathews received a telephone kidney or bladder derangement, it
message from Sheridan Tuesday ai -
from Newport where he spent several Box 131 city.
taken before the stage of Bright’s
the death of his aunt, Mrs.
Judge Thos. O’Day of Portland de
: I. L. Smith, and left that day to attend
Bob James of Tacoma, freight agent livered an address before the Bryan the funeral which occurred yesterday,
Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half
of the N. P. was in town Sunday, j and Kern Club at Verboort. Tuesday Wednesday. Mrs. Smith was the ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce;
evening of this week. A good crowd
widow of I. L. Smith, who was buried Compound Syrup Sarsparilla, three
was present and a good talk was heard.
here lust winter, and who was well ounces. Shake welt in bottle and take
Miss Fannie Graves of Maryville,
in teaspoonful doses after each meal
Mo., spent the week end at the home
and again at bedtime. *
of J. Darling.
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a daugh
A well-known druggist here at home,
guests at the home of Mr. Killgore’s
Miss Edna HamiltOu’s cheery face is
ter born to the wife of Louis Hering of when asked regarding this prescription,
niece, Mrs. E. L. McNutt the past
seen in Hoffman and Allens after a
Patton Valley, last Friday.
Parties stated that the ingredients are all
week. They are looking for a new
wishing the attendance of Dr. Large in harmless, and can be obtained at a
this class of cases, will greatly oblige small cost from any good prescription
Mrs. Olive Case of Tillamook was
Henry Janson of Gales Creek was in him, if convenient, by engaging his
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Floyd
town Wednesday and called at this of services two or three months prior to pharmacy, or the mixture would be
Loomis last week.
put up if asked to do so. He further
fice. He reported that Mrs. Janson the expected event. Dr. Large has
stated that while this prescription is
Mrs. W. E. Haage of Banks, has
was quite sick and it was probable that both phones
been visiting with her sister, Mrs. Ber
often prescribed in rheumatic afflic
she would have to be removed to the
tions with splendid results, he could
tha Shaefer the past week.
see no reason why it would not be a
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Myers and
The little daugter of Mrs. A. J. Fol*
¡ the City Meat Market here, last Tues splendid remedy for kidney and urinary
family of Tillamook, visited friends
som fell againt a seat while playing in
day. Parties wishing the attendance troubles and backache, as it has a
and relatives here last week,
the asile at the Congregational Church
Mrs. W. H. Parker went to Tilla Friday evening and cut quite a bad af Dr. Large in this class of cases, will peculiar action npon the kidney struc
ture, cleansing these most important
mook, to visit her sons Clarence .nd gash in her forehead. Dr. Wendt greatly oblige him, if convenient, by
organs and helping them to sift and
Harry who are in business there.
cared for the little one and the cut is
months prior 'o the expected evert. filter from the blood the foul acids and
Dr. Wendt’s oeffie is in Forest rapidly healing.
waste matter which cause sickness and
Dr. Large has both phones.
Grove National Bank Building. Res
Mr J. F. Harper of Cosmopolis,
suffering. Those of our readers who
The Women’s Missionary Society
idence at Dr. Ward’s place.
Wash., has purchased through the
suffer can make no mistake in giving
hold a Thank-offering meeting in
— Miss Kirkwood has received some ! Oregon Land and Trading Co., Mr.
it a trial. *
very pretty combs in the very latest 401of Linnes farm on Davids Hill. Con- the parlors of the Congregational
designs. Call and see them.
15-t3 sidération $3600.
Mr. Harper will Church Friday evening Octoper 16.
Rev. Folsom will address the society
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adkins of Wil- move here next week.______________
on “ Home Missions in the North
Up-to-date in every respect
west.” A Thank-offering collectkn
will be taken. Supper will be served Prompt delivery morning and evening
at 6:30 and each member is requested All milk and cream guaranteed abso
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
to be pesent and to invite one guest. lutely pure and of the best quality
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
Forests Grove, Oregon
N EVER S LIP S
savC5:x ^ y o u r strength,
raids Ihc danger of being scalded.
Alleviates\the unpleasantness of washing
Costs no more than the old style.
ON ROCHESTER WASH BOILERS ONLY
The Oldest First National Bank in
Come in and let us explain
them to you.
C IT Y
THE MODERN DAIRY
FOREST GROVE NATIONAL BANK
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DEPOSITS
Mar. 22. 1907
M a y 20, 10 7
S 89 .8 2 2 .1 7
A ugust 22, 1J07
D ecem ber 3, 1907
$ 1 6 0 ,3 7 2 .4 6
February 14, 1908
$ 1 8 5 ,3 2 4 .0 9
M A Y 14, 19 0 «
249 , 533.04
$ 279 , 165.08
S e p te m b e r 2 3 , 190»
283 , 957.38
Moses Dillaboy. aged 68 years. died
at his home in Hillsboro last Friday.
Deceased was born at Smiths Falls,
Canada, January 1, 1840, and moved
to the United States in 1862, coming
to Oregon in 1865. He married Miss
Martha J. Perry in 1866. In 1871 he
bought a ranch on Cooper Mountain,
south of Reedville and lived there
continuously until last February, when
he took up his residence in Hillsboto.
The Domestic Science Department
of the Woman’s Club, meets with Mrs.
Abtaham, Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 2:30.
Topic ‘ Home Sanitation.” All Gub
Members wishing to join this depart
ment are invited to be present. This
Club is expecting to make its work
more along scientific and practical lines
this year. It has its work ou‘ lined for
the year and through the kindness of
Mrs. A. Buxton has access to her fine
i library oo Domestic Art.
PRICES ARE RIGHT
S ee o u r B a rg a in C o u n te r
For the next 30 days we will close out our odd lines of
Graniteware at actual cost, this will give you a chance to
stock up on cooking utensils at a great bargain.
Carload KEYSTONE fencing has
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
We have a large stock Lo select from
this fall and invite you to call and in
spect onr goods.
SHOES, DRY GOODS
V. S. Ü B R ñ H Ü M
The C orner S to re
D U . S . M . W liN D T
P hy sic inn
ft .Surge rn
CONSULTATION IN HERMAN OR ENGLISH
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SUR
GERY AND ELECTRICALTKEATMEN7S
Office in Forest Grove Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Imported and Domestic Patterns
Residence at present, Forest Grove
Hotel; in about two weeks at Dr. D. W.
Ward’s office. Calls answered day or You are cordially invited to call
night. Both Phones.
and inspect our stock
U l IOLMES i
Milk 5c per quart; cream 10c per pint.
Special prices on large orders. Deliver
ed in bottles the only perfect way. g !
Yours for business in the dairy line,
G O FF
W 4IH IN O T O N
O R I GON
W R IT E F O R C A T A L O G
Bckool thnt P la t" You in „ 0<w4 fo n lin n
Miss Marie Spiesheart
— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap
pliances in office. Calls answered
night or dav.
About Nov. 1st A. B. Thomas of the Oregon Land & Trading Company, will make a
trip to Iowa and other eastern points. W hile gone he will make a special effort to find buy
ers for Washington County property. All property listed with the Oregon Land & Trad
ing Company before he starts east will be advertised free. If you want to sell your Farm,
Fruit Land or Town Property, you cannot afford to neglect this opportunity to have it ad
vertised. Bring us a full description of what you have for sale.
OREGON LAND AND TRADING COMPANY
B o th T e le p h o n e s
In c o rp o ra te d
F o r e s t G ro v e , O re g o n