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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1908)
basement and consisted of
Halloween games and fortune telling
up with music
Lowell Magoon ii preparing to move and singing and they say they all ar
rived h om e before midnight.
C. N. Johnson has com m enced his
Dr. Bancroft and Lewis Coming.
Dr. Bancroft, the psychologist,
P. N. Dethleps made a business trip
give two of his famous lectures in our
Ward and Roy Tolson are
stumps for Wilbur Newell.
The series of lectures
give will be intensely
Mr. Albert Dethleph’ s new house is useful information.
H e is a talented
gentleman of pleasing personality.
Idaho as pleasant as he expected to.
educational treat as the study of
Grove, visited at the Smith home for a
proportions, and it is well to
formation of the
tal phenom ena has assumed
ly, but is not expected to return to her entertainments throughout appeal to the
home for several days.
higher capabilities of the intellect and
A meeting of the W. E. S. Club the size of his audience should afford a
will be held at Charles Fitches next pretty active index to the element of
human progress in any community.
Saturday evening, Nov. 3rd.
T h e features of the entertainment,
Mrs. Crumby, widow of the late
Charles Crumby, of Portland, is staying in which the doctor is assisted by D.
at the home of her mother, Mrs. Scott Lillian Lewis is of the highest order of
The Public school of our city should
A large attendance and a jolly
time was reported.
be given great praise in securing such
is visiting M s. J. Pollock.
Mrs. nent organization was appointed to so
in front of his store and one on
p oich of his residence and Mr.
goats, swine and poultry to attend
next meeting which will be
also has one on his front porch.
Mrs. Macrum Entertains.
The Fleur de Lis Club was royally
leaves and jack o ’
Thirty guests arrived at eight thirtv,
the ladies dressed as ghosts.
supreme reigned broken only by weird
The ghosts were auc
tioned of! to the highest bidder of pea
The gentlemen escorted their
prizes to the dining room where th*
The lunch was de
licious and every course suggestive of
After supper the
They include Long Haired Coney Cluster
ed Opossum, Sable Long Haired Coney
popularity each season we will be more
Storm Collar, Isabella American Opossum,
than pleased if you will give us an oppor
Sable Squirrel, Blended Musk Rat Dcuble
held a t [
Mrs. Elizabeth Kellv, one of the
senting their names and
best known woman and most highly
at this time.
esteemed pioneer women of Western
Defebangh urges its
the required carful consideration by
Single Scarf, Isabella Fox Single
Ranging in price from $1.25 to $ 12
It is all smooth sailing when you place a Liner Ad
in this column. A few woids here will reach 5,000
readers and the results are certain. 5c line 1st
cents each subsequent insertion.
Minimum charge 10 cts.
Notice ol Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that I, the
FOR R e n t — Small ranch. Write
Officers aud Committees of the Tait undersigned administratrix of the estate
September IS, 1834. She was the and Sherman Club are requested to of R- M. Bisbee, deceased, have filed D. Pierce, Gales Creek, Ore., phone
No 32 Ind. Gales Creek.
daughter of Rev. P. C. Parker, who meet at H otel Laughlin at 8 o ’ clock, in the County Court of the state of
Oregon, for Washington county, my j
with his family crossed the plains to sharp, Friday evening Nov. ith .
final account as such administratrix and
FARM FOR RENT— Good 126 acre
Oregon in 1852, settling in Milwau-
This meeting is called to close up that said Court has set Monday, De- j farm on North Prairie. Inquire of
kie. There in 1853 she was married the business of the campaign just cem ber 7th, 1908, at 10 o ’ clock, a. ra. Wm. Kane, Forest Grove.
to John Kelly, a pioneer of 1849, and closed.
of said day as the time and the county i __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
F. S. Barnes.
together they removed to Roseburg, Pres, of the Taft and Sherman Club. court room, at Hillsboro, Oregon, a s ! ROOMS TO RENT— With or without
the place for hearing objections to said board. Apply at Aunt ADn Smith’ s
where they spent their early married
and the final settlement of residence. College Way.
The Bible class of the M . E. church said estate.
Mrs. Kelly was a sister of Dr. Parker
Teresa Bisbee. administratrix of the
met at the home of their teacher, J.-
FOR SALE— Thoroughbred White
w u ii t. ■
Estate of R. M. Bisbee. deceased.
M . Pollock last evening and gave him
w N Barrett> Attorney (or Estate- Leghorn cockerels, 81 each
and Mrs. Pollock a surprise. Refresh
Ruckle, So. Seventh St.
Kelly was born at Rockford,
The Executive Board and Woman’ s ments were served and a pleasant even
T r u l y R u s t ic B rid ge .
and a round of five hundred was played Chib will hold a called meeting at 3 ing was passed. About forty guests
A rustic bridge at Bench Haven. Ga..
in which Mrs. Carrie Macrnm and Wil o ’ clock Monday afternoon, Nov. 9, in were present.
contains fifty-six kinds o f wood and
vines grown on the fifty acres of
lis Goff won first prize and Miss Dollie Miss Farnham’ s rooms at Herrick Hall,
J. T. K etchum , a stockman of The Bench Haven park. Following Is a
McEldowney to transact club business.
All those Dalles, was in Forest Grove on business list o f the woods and vines: Short leaf
carried off the
booby prize. The
ishing to join the club before the Wednesday and to-day.
pine, long leaf pine, post oak, white
oak, Spanish oak. water oak. red oak.
Beginning with next Monday, Goff poplar, sweet gum. black gum, red
Bros, will close their store at 6 p. m. haw, black haw. red bud, prickly ash,
chinquapin, wild pi inn. persimmon, ce-
The W. C. T. U . will meet with dar, wild sloe, wahoo. sumac, red elm.
Mrs. L. L. Hollinger Friday afternoon. pig hickory, scaly bark hickory, hock
or sugar berry, willow, china, black
Oregon fir never had a compliment alder, crab apple, wild mulberry, wild
paid which meant so much as the edi cherry, dogwood, sourwood. winter
torial which appeared in the “ Ameri whortleberry, black locust, sassafras,
cottonwood, buckeye, laurel, beech,
can Lumberman” of last week, the holly, ash, Ironwood. birch, magnolia,
P h o n » 4 7 3
Hor«at drove, Or«.
world's leading lumber journal. J. E. sycamore, walnuj. sweet bay, ever
Defebaugh, editor of the periodical green, spruce; vines—grape, musca
dine. bellflower, rattan, bamboo.—St
and known to every lumberman in the Louis Globe-Democrat
country, personally penned the editor
TH E BO O K STO R E
All book lovers should see our window displays
Gift books, children’s books, Fic
tion— something for everyone.
F o r R e n t — Three
P Y R O G R A P H Y SUPPLIES
t F o r R e n t — The building opposite
News office, recently occupied as a
barber shop. Edward L. Naylor. 5-tf
ial, which says in part:
“ Douglas Fir
P o is o n o u s N e ttle s o f the T r o p ic s.
F o r S a l e — Good 7 room
close to car line 81100.
T . H.
hales, Forest Grove, National
FOR SALE— One Jersey cow 5 yean
old and ODe Holstein heifer 2£ years
old, both fresh in March,
ers 18 months old.
and 2 heif
Ail for 880.
quire of Edward Haek, near City Park,
88.00 per thousand. Inquire of Al
Spur, P. 0.
F o r SALE— New Cream Separator; address Seghcrs, Ore.
capacity 450 lbs, per hour.
Cows for Sale.
Dames, Gaston, Ore., R 1.
On account of the sickness of ®T
wife I will sell all my Jersey cows at v
F o r S a l e — 4 acre tract with im-
reasonable prices. Call on or address^
’ provements near town. Tel. 5435.
J. P. APUN, Dilley.
Also cow for sale,
F o r S a l e — Black driving horse.
Wonder C. E. Geiger.
I FOR S a l e — Shad eland
j white seed oars. Edward Naylor. 39-tf
LIST your farms and other properties
Vetch Seed for Sale.
for sale with T . H . Littlehales,
Grove National Bank Building.
variety. Apply to A.
j The best
C h a l m e r s , Forest Grove or farm
— M oney to loan on
W. H . Hollis.
F o r S a l e — Good pony;
»bought 800 lb. Price 815.00. F. J.
: Miller, one mile southeast of Forest
| Grove station. Bell phone 271. 14-tf
The News 81 .50 per year in advance.
THE MODERN DAIRY
In tropical regions there are nettles
Up-to-date in every respect
W a n t e d — A girl for general house
needs no stain to make it beautiful in far more powerful than that o f our
Good wages paid.
color, it does not have to be carefully own country.
Prompt delivery morning and eveninl
The one called Urtlca stlmulans. , N. Ferrin, Forest Grove.
selected for grain, it takes a fine finish
All milk and cream guaranteed abso
which Is found In Java, and that called
and is strong and as hard as many of
— Try Royal Bread. Fine grained, lutely pure and of the best qualitf
(.aportea crenulata. found in Hindu
the woods used for finer purposes. On stan. when bruised emit an effluvium sweet, nutritious, at The Little Bakery
the Pacific Coast are many fine resi which polsououaly affects the eyes and
mouth aud tf handled produce convul
Milk 5c per quart; cream 10c per pi®1-
dences and magnificent office build sions and serious swelling and pain In
W e always pay the highest price Special prices on large orders. Deli***“
ings in which this wood is used. It the arms, which may last for three or for wool and mohair.
ed in bottles the only perfect **7-
will not supplant mahogany and oak. four weeks and In some cases cause
for business in the dairy line.
death — liow loo Telegraph.
M oney to loan on farm security.
but should be used side by fide with
W. H . Hollis, Forest Grove
farms in Patton
Address H. W.
robes were discarded for evening dress
meeting— which has been post them and for substantially the same
poned to Nov. 16— may do so Ly pre purposes.”
Oregon, died at her home in Eugene,
Saturday after a l u g illness. Mrs.
and Cross Tie; Sable Long Haired Coney,
tunity to show you what we have and
in this line and as they are increasing in
is improving nicely and is expected County Court House Sat. Nov. 14 at 2
P. M. (Please remember the date.)
home this week.
At this meeting a board of directors
Mrs. Frank Botefuhr and daughter
will be elected and if you subscribe
Bertha and Mrs. E. Tyrol and infant
for one or more shares of stock of the
daughter of Portland, were Sunday vis-
Washington County Stock Show you
i ors at the Broderson home.
will have a voice in selecting the land
Dilley is taking on city airs if elec
for the fair grounds.
tric light counts for anything. Mr.
Grant Mann, Sec.
Pegg has installed a light on the street
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
Sable Long Haired Coney Shawl, Blend
licit stock subscriptions at ten dollars
The Halloween social given by the per sh<” -»
It will be of interest to all breeders
ladies of the M . K. Cl, uIOut was well
«iie.iued and everyone had a fine time. of pure bred horses, cattle, sheep,
garment you are certain
you get the best to be had for the price.
Fair Committee Meets.
an operation on her eyes in
W e are also in
Miss Hazel Hughes was a Tuesday
At the meeting of the County fair
v.sitor with relatives in Cornelius.
Committee held at Hillsboro last Sat
Miss Blanche Challacombe of Cor urday a committee of five on perma
Miss Opal Wilkes,
( the head of the firm) himself who visits us
every season and learns from us the needs of
this vicinity, and of our trade especially, in
this line. So when you don a
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
The advance seat sale for this attrac
Brady Chowning w«s a Sunday visit tion has been exceptionally large, se-
ctring a large audience.
or with home folks.
Tickets for sale at usual place.
Miss Emma Busch of Davids Hill,
nelius, is visiting her
noted talent for our city, as they have
arranged for two evenings, November
10th and 11th, in the opera house.
To see them is to be convinced—and to those who are not. so particular
we have a number of High Grade Coats that* we are offering at*
LESS THAN HALF PRICE
W e have a full line for
A few of the chances
Children, Misses and Ladies
we offer you.
Dr. Bancroft’ s series of lectures and
to the prevailing styles and who are good
judges of material and make-up, but also of
We take no Back Seat in Coatdom
the realms of psychic research.
Mrs. Albumbaugh is improving slow
Pay Particular Attention
They are made with the practical side before the d e
signer and while Chic, Beautiful and attractive every
one is made to be worn with grace, comfort and en
supermundane right from the fountain
Potatoes are all dug, and general re head, as Dr. Bancroft is and has been
ports are of a short crop, with a few for years, considered an authority in
of these garments we not only have the as
sistance of ladies who
STYLE, FIT, WEAR and
August Dethleps went to Portland he has to say interesting in the high
est degree. His powerful discourse
Friday to spend a few days.
on “ H oodoos” will be
necessary to g o into a lengthy description
of this well known brand of
for we have handled no other make for
the last four seasons; and the suceess we
have had attests their popularity as to
The attendance of the Gales Spur possesses the rare faculty which ena
bles the clever lecturer to make what
school is steadily increasing.
Mr. Lewis does not find his home in
In the selection
been secured by the Public School to
to me Grove Saturday.
It hardly seems