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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1908)
T& FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Foresta Grove, Oregon
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
The Oldest National Bank in
business, was in Forest Grove the fore-
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Anderson and
i part of the week, visiting his daughter, Oliver Davis, brother of Mrs. Ander
Miss Margaret, who is attending Pacific son, wno have been operating the
Haines electric plant, will start for
Rev. Sias of the Christian church is their Fruit Vale farm at Rosebu'-g this
j in Silverton this week, where he ap- week. Their many friends are sorry
1 pears on the program of the Northwest to see them leave and wish them suc
District Christian Missionary Conven cess in their new enterprise.
Rev. Sias of the Christian Church
—To be given away this week at
Hoyt’s Furniture Store, a lev/ Sets
quarter sawed finish Extension Table
six Chairs at the ridiculous price of
Miss Pearl McGill returned to For
est Grove last Friday from several
months’ stay at Lewiston, Idaho, where
she was employed in a millinery estab
John Striplin who has been over in
Mrs. Goff of Portland, mother ol| Eastern Oregon with his daughter,
Willis and Harry Goff, is visiting her Mrs Burt Smith, came home in time
to vote. He says that times are very
children in Forest Grove.
Charles Miller was in Portland Sun-
prosperous up there.
Happy Jack Wiight of Tillamook,
a gas concern, returned from a trip to
4 Mrs. W. A. Greer is quite sick this
Eastern Oregon last week
came over in time to vote for Taft.
Mrs. Belknap and daughter Lurea of He says things are moving rapidly ov
McMinnville is to have a free mail
Hillsboro spent Friday and Saturday er there. He will probably remain
here for several weeks.
with Dr. and Mrs. Geiger.
—See Hoyt’s ad; it will save you
Mrs. Mary McCrawk-n. who recent
Miss Anne Moore of Portland, visit
ed her aunt, Mrs. B. M. Smith in ly bought Frank Dickey’s place on
Lotus Langley was in our town elec- : this city the first of the week.
North Main street, is making many
Mrs. Frank Sumner, Miss Cabot and improvements about the place. A
John (Anderson was a Portland visi Miss Marie Staehr of Portland visited new barn is being built.
The Domestic Science department
at the Staehr home last week.
Frank Kane of Hillsboro was in the 1 Geo. F. Taplin and wife returned of the Woman’s Club 'met with Mrs.
Monday from a month’s visit with their Austin Tuesday afternoon. Fruits as
food and medicine was the subject of
John Brooks visited with his parents son aQd family at Starbuck, Minn.
the afternoon’s discussion.
in St. Johns Sunday.
— Dozens of delighted eyes in Wash-
, I The state convention of the Young
John E. Bailey was in McMinnville ington County a11 throu«h Dr- Lowe s Women’s Crhistian Association wilj
superior glasses. Do yours?
on business last week.
meet in Salem, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. La Follette and gates from Pacific University are Miss
C. W. Odell will leave Friday for
son Roy of Salem were guests at the es Mary F. Farnharo, Grace Payne and
California for the winter.
D. Pierce and wife of Gales Creek, home of K. N. Staehr over Sunday.
Vic Brown and James Reeher, who —Dr. J. S. Bishop, who has lately re
were in town Wednesday.
Ed. Luce of Hillsboro is spending a live on the Wilson river road, came to turned from a course of study in hos
Forest Grove to vote for the president. pitals and sanatoriums in the Erst, is
few days in Forest Grove.
T U B
C I T Y
Lote Langley of Portland came out
to the Grove to vote Tuesday.
B. Y. Roe of Gaston, visited his
brother, Chas. Roe last Saturday.
Miss Maud Hollinger visited with
friends in Portland over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roe were in
the Rose City a part of last week.
Mrs. Anne Roe is visiting her son
B. Y. Roe who lives near Gaston.
H. S. Atwell and wife and C. B. B.
Russel were in Portland Sunday.
A. B. Thomas started on his trip
through the East, Wednesday morning.
The Minister of the Christian church now prepared to give the best home
will be absent over Nov. 8th. J. W. | treatment for tuberculosis. Office in
Jenkins will occupy the pulpit in his the Templeton Block, Forest Grove,
HAVE YOU SEEN IT?
will leave Forest Grove the first of the
year. He has made known his desire
not to accept the pastorate of the local
church next year and a new pastor is
being sought. Rev. Sias has made
many friends during his residence here
who will be sorry to have him Ifrve.
Rev. C. F. Clapp of Forest Grove,
will leave this week for the east to as- |
sist President McClelland of Knox
College. Galesburg, 111., ¡n raising j
8250,000 for that institution. Re ’, j
Clapp has had much experience in
raising money for good causes. He
was associated with President McClel
land in raising money for Pacific Uni
versity when the latter was president
of that institution.— Argus.
sa v e s^ v ^ y o u r strength,
avoids the danger of being scalded.
Alleviates \lhc. unpleasantness of washing
Costs no more than the old style.
ON ROCHESTER WASH BOILERS ONLY
Come in and let us explain
them to you.
President Homan of Willamette Uni
versity, in a letter to the P. Tf. author
ities, expresses his regret that the foot
ball team of that university which
played here Friday ran in two ringers
against P. U. Sullivan and one of the
tackles are not students at the Sdem
institution and both fellows played with
out the knowledge of the president
who is a believer in clean athletics.
O. C. Donelson of this city, while
hunting on the Dudley Mill ranch,
shot and killed a big Eastern Oregon
jack-rabbit, last Sundav.
not often met with on this side of the
Cascades, and should they get a foot
hold here would prove to be a great
pest. They multiply rapidly and seem
to take a special delight in girdling
fruit trees. The one shot by Mr. Don-
elson is the first one noticed in this
part of the valley.—Argus.
Austin T. Buxton, Master of the
Oregon State Grange, has gone to
Washington, D. C., to attend the forty
second annual session of the National I
He expects to be away dur
ing November and part of December. |
Srme important matters are to be
brought before the association and Mr.
Buxton who is deeply interested in the
work of the grange, will take an active
part in the deliberations before that
body. He is accompanied by Mrs.
Persons on the street last Thursday
night about 9:30, heard two shots fired
behind Callaway’s grocery store and
Dr. Large’s place but upon investiga
tion nothing was found. Those who
heard the shots declare they also heard
someone groan. Tee next morning,
however, blood was found in several
places on the platform and leading off
through the wood sheds. The suppo
sition is that someone shot a dog al
though absolutely no trace was found
that would indicate what it was.
W. G. Greer and family of Calloway
Next week, I'ridty and Saturday
Neb. are expected in Forest Grove 1° ^ o’cleck, November 13 and 14,
to-day to spend the winter with Mr. Dr. Lowe the well known oculo-opti-
cian, will be in Forest Grove. As he
not go from house to house, con
The new Marble and Granite works
about your eyes at Hotel
received a carload of granite last week
Nineteen year’s experience.
and is now busy working it into pol
Frank Fletcher who is attending
B Casner Suit formerly of Callaway’s Whitman College, is expected home
grocery store, will leave in a few days on the llth in s t., on his return from
for Southern Oregon where he has Corvallis where the Whitman team will
try conclusions with the football players
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson were large mining interests.
of the Agricultural college.
Portland visitors Saturday and Sunday.
1 William G. Hare, the Hillsboro at
manager of the Whitman team.
Claude Hollinger who is employed tomey, accompanied by Mr. Greer,
— Have Dr. Lowe relieve your head
at McMinnville is visiting his parents were in attendance at the football game
eye ache with a pair of his super
last Friday afternoon.
ior glasses by removing the cause.
Regular meeting of Gale Grange No.
Miss Eflfie God man, daughter of Ex-
They cost no more than others and
Clerk Godman of Hillsboro has the 282, Saturday, Nov. 7, 1908. Session
you have the benefit of his skill and
opens at 10:30 a. m. A full attend
over 19 year’s experience.
ance is desired. Secretary.
Halloween passed off quietly here.
him November 13 and to 4 o’clock of
The triangular debating league con' the 14th.
No mischief was done. The boys
of Pacific University, Whitman
"were all good.
Willie Goff entertained twelve of his
College and Willamette University will
friends at a Halloween party Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wirtz entertained
be continued the coming year.
from 5 to 8 o’clock. Lunch was remembrances to
the Five Hundred club at their home
County Treasurer W. M. Jackson, served first, much to the children's your friends at
of Hillsboro, who with his wife, has ^ ¿giight. After having their fill of the Christmas may be
John Stribich, Bill Smith, and Mark j been visiting in the East for several
goodies prepared by Mrs. Goff, they had by giving us
Noble the real estate man, were in the months, returned home Monday.
played games and Master Clarence an order for
Rose City Sunday.
A. B. Thomas, the well known real Lenneville threw pictrues on a curtain PHOTOGRAPHS
Mrs. Fannie Thomas of Tacoma is estate dealer, lef. this week for a with his magic lantern.
The p i c t u r e s
the guest of Mr. and Mrs Harvey j month’s business trip to Iowa. He
“ I ’ve got it in for John,” a fellow themselves
will make his headquarters at Sac City. was heard to remark the other day. make most ac
Baldwin this week.
Hon. Nathan Whealdon of the Dalles, “ Don't know whether he contributed ceptable
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas of Port
land, visited the former’s parents the
ty and now engaged in the real estate no friend of the common people.” pensively framed,
latter part of last week.
The speaker was not referring to John they will be de
D gentle reader, but to our old friend lightful.
FOREST GROVE NATIONAL BANK
John Baldwin who had just separated takes time to make
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
three dollars poll tax from him.
CO M PA R A TIV E STA TEM EN T OF DEPOSITS
Miss Ethel Pierce gave a Halloween
and sit the
party at the home of Mrs. Chas. Roe,
M ar. 22. 1907
it will be.
$4 8 .2 2 3 .1 7
and candy making, with a dainty lunch
May 20, 1*107
made an evening of pleasure to six Bryant’s
young people. Those present were.
A ugust 22, 1907
The Misses Esther Martenson, Laura
Ulvick, Ethel Pierce and Messrs.
D ecem ber 3, 1907
Lloyd Moore, Guy Morley and Willie
Salem will have the Convention of
F e b ru a ry 14, 1908
Oregon State Dairy Association Dec.
$ 1 8 5 ,3 2 4 .0 9
10th and 11th and already preparations
being made for a gathering that
MAY 14, 1908
will surpass all previous meetings.
The Oregon Development League
continue to work with the Associa
tion and uses the dairy report as one
of its most effective pieces of literature
in corrsponding with Eartern farmers.
.S e p te m b e r 2 3 , 1008
—$425 for a good team, weight 2800
B o th T e le p h o n e s
lbs., new wagon and harness. South
east comer 3rd Ave and First St. So.
Se e o u r b a r g 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
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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. A B R A H H M
The C o rn e r S to r e
O k. M. VI. W B M > r
PhysM inn & Su rgron
CO NSU LTA TION IN GERMAN OR FN G LISH
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SUR
GERY AND ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS
a n d Domestic Patterns
Residence at present, Freest Grove
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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
ouïes , Miss
BU SIN E SS COLLEGE
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— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and
Surgeon. X-Rav and all electrical ap
pliances in office. Calls answered
niyht nr Hav
Election is over and you can now rest assured that
Washington County R.eal Estate is perfectly safe
$ 249 , 533.04
and then some.
$ 27 0 , 165.08
OREGON LAND AND TRADING COMPANY
$ 283 , 957.38
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