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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 17, 1908)
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF
Congregational church at Park Place,
Clackamas county. The cost of the
new edifice is estimated at $1200.
The old building was moved, re
modeled so as to present an entirely
FOREST GROVE NATIONAL BANK
S u b m it t e d
to th e
C o m p t r o l l e r
of th e
C u r r e n c y
C l o s e
B j s if T'SS, NOV. 27, 1908.
Loans and D iscou n ts..........................
. $179.227 04
4V- S. Bonds and Premiums
p la n k
Wm A. Neill, Eson Johnson, Fred
Fewell, Lewis Winters, Sidney Eberle,
W. C. Bouton. Clyde Wood and Ivan
Bishop formed the Vancouver contin- j
gent that came to Forest Grove to wit
ness the basket ball game with the col
P rem ises...................................................
C ircu lation.............
Furniture and F u tu r e s .................................... .
Carh on hand and due from banks
and U. S. Treas
Capital S tock ___
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Mrs H. H. Hartley, formerly Miss
Mvrtle Gleason, of Goldendale, Wash., !
is the guest of Mrs. Jane M. Smith
Her husband. Dr. Hart- i
ley, a graduate of Pacific University, is 1
a leading physician in the Klickitat
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$ 335.126 SO
$ 335.126 50
D IR K C T O k S
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— M oney to loan on farm security
W. H . Hollis.
— Dolls of all sorts and sizes at Hoff
man & Allen Co.
— For jewelry of all kinds for Xmas
see Arthur Shearer.
Dr. W m . Pollock was
several days this week.
— See Emerson for Xmas
pipes, smoking sets etc.
I. D. H . Adkins of Gales Creek, was
doing shopping here on Tuesday.
— Have you seen
Christmas Presents at Hoffman & Allen
H. P. Humphreys has been chosen
captain of the Pacific University track
Brice Wilson and wife, of Timber,
Ore., were in the city the first of the
— It will pay you to see Emerson
for Christmas candies and Christmas
District Attorney E. B. Tongue, of
Hillsboro, spent Sunday, tne guest of
— White River Flour made of best
Eastern.Oregon wheat for sale at Bai
ley’ s Big Store.
— Big doll to be given away at M
Turner’ s Store at Banks, Christmas.
Call and see it.
«I. W . P u q u H
T h n r n h u r ith
Alfred D. Sehoch, a former Forest j
Grove boy, who has developed into a
— Holiday goods! Yes, and lots of sort of a globe trotter, is now traveling
’ em at M. Turner’ s store at Banks in Central America.
Illustrated post !
Come one com e all and inspect our cards from him have been received by j
friends here from Guatemala and Brit- !
— M. Turner’ s line of men’ s, boys’
E. X. Harding, the mill man, was in
and women’ s shoes are giving satis
He reports j
faction as his many customers can Forest Grove Tuesday.
that his home town is “ On the m ove.”
He says that (arms in the neighborhood !
Prof. W. D. Ferguson, of Pacific
are changing hands and that quite a
! U “ ive" ily\ pr? ched at, the Congre number of new people are coming to
this section of the county to live.
John Heisler Jr., of Gales Creek,
— We are not sole agents for Libbv
lost a valuable standard bred trotting
Glass but we carry the largest stock in
mare last Thursday evening.
the county. Abbott & Son, Leading
imal died of apoplexy.
Dr. Knox was
summoned but the mare died before
— A large and com plete line of high he arrived. The animal was an ex
grade silverware, just the thing for cellent driver and valued at $1,000.
Christmas gifts. Abbott & Son, lead
The Xmas trade is now in lull swing
at The Baxaar. At all hours of the day
— W. O. W. will give a dance in crowds of people loaded down with
Masonic Hall Xmas eve. Walker’ s bundles are seen com ing out from
Every there, all of them with a happy smile,
however, anticipating the children’ s
joy Xmas eve when the presents are
Mrs. A. H . Hampton, of Newport,
is visiting her son, Ira Hampton. Al
Rev. James Campbell, the pioneer
so Mrs. J. S. Buxton spent a few days
teacher and minister, sustained a ser
here last week.
ious stroke of paralysis last week at the
“ Do not spit on the floor; to do so home of his brother George, who re
may spread disease” reads a sign in sides near Laurel, in this county, where
the postoffice which was ordered there the former was spending several days.
by G. V. L. Meyer,
Postmaster- Mr. Campbell is a minister of the
Christian denomination, and is well
The Ladies Aid Society ol the Christ known throughout the county.
ian C.lurch will give a pi« and cake sale
Mrs. M. E. Shaver and Miss Cora
next Saturday, D ec. 19, at Mr. Caples’ Shaver, of Portland were here last
grocery. The patronage of the public week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Shaver. Miss Shaver will be rentem
bered as having been a student at the
college some years ago and having
■jraduated later from the state univer
sity at Eugene. She is instructor in
mathematics in the Portland East Side
— A good Xmas present can be
— Xmas to the children means
found at Arthur Shearer’ s Jewelry much more than some older people
think. Will you not gladden their lit
Store. Main St.
tle hearts by visiting M. Turner’ s store
— About the best investment you
and getting them a Santa Claus
can make is to buy something at Hoff
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man & Allen Co.
John E. Gleason, an old time resi
Rev. Daniel Staver spent Tuesday in
dent, now living in Goldendale, Wash ,
Forest Grove, having com e from his
is the guest of old friends here this
ranch on Gales Creek.
week. He notices many improve
— We sell s.lverware with a 25 year ments since his last visit to the old
guarantee. No fake goods. Abbott home.
& Son, Forest Grove.
Light snow fell here Tuesday even
Frank Emerson has sold his new ing. It came as a mere surprise and
house out on West Pacific to Mrs. M reminder of the Christmas season for in
J. Eastwood of Minnesota.
a few hours it had disappeared. The
foothills, however, have been wrapped
— Dr. W endt’ s office is in Forest
up in a white mantle since that time
Grove National Bank Building, Res
idence at Dr. Ward’ s place.
— Dr. J. S. Bishop, who has lately re
turned from a course of study in hos
— Call and see our case of Libby j
pitals and sanatoriums in the East, is
Glass. 25 per cent off until after holi- j
now prepared to give the b ’ St home
days. Abbot & Son, Forest Grove. |
treatment for tuberculosis. Office in
Mrs. J. C. Latta has been visiting the Templeton Block, Forest Grove,
driends in Spokane and incidentally Oregon.
saw the big apple fair held in that city.
Rev. Arthur J. Folsom, of this city,
— A good Elgin or Waltham watch filled the pulpit of the Congregational
is a present that always is appreciated. church at Oregon City last Sunday
In the evening he officiated
At Arthur Shearer’ s Jewelry Store. morning
at the dedicatory exercises of the new
The famous Charter Oak heat
ing stoves are the best heat
producers with the least fuel of
any stoves on the market.
for Ranges there are no better
makes than the Real
Range, prices range from
$ 2 6 to $ 5 0
Everyone May Know the Delight of Using a Perfect
THE M ONARCH
Pays for Itself
L IK E
one that would turn out beautifully browned
loaves of bread, cake and pies, baked just as much on
one side as another.
But S O M E do without this pleasure because they
T H I N K they can’ t afford it.
Its N O I true economy to keep on using t
old range or cook stove— nor to
buy that common steel range because it costs a
Buy a MONARCH Malleable Range
and It, Will Pay Back It’ s Own Cost,
By the use o f unbreakable Malleable Iron in place of the
brittle cast iron found in the ordinary type of “Steel
Range,” the M O N A R C H is built with every seam prac
tically air tight. The leakage of air that causes exces
sive fuel waste is thus done away with so that the
M O N A R C H will require but little more than half the
fuel needed by a range o f the common sort. W ith fuel
bills cut in two
“Pays for Itself.”
it’s easy to see how the M O NAR CH
It does better work too—always.
W e C an P r o v e T h e s e
T h in g s to Y o u !
L E T
L E T
LE T US
show you how the M on-
arch is built— rivited like a steam
the Duplex Draft.
features that go to
make up range perfection.
show you how the M al
leable Iron in Monarch Ranges will
withstand intense heat that would
burn up the grey iron in com
T H E N
Y O U
realize how it is
work with less
less time, less
labor than are now required.
Dr. S. M. Wendt
Burglars entered the Emerson co
Dr. T . L. Nicklin, at one time a hind them in climate. Have vou ever
fectionery store late Saturday evening well-known Portland dentist, died at experienced sjc h mild winter as we’ re
and made their escape with about $35 Salem last Saturday. The funeral was having?”
f’ li V * k i < in fc S u r g e o n
When Mr. Emerson came to held there and the remains were laid
CONSULTATION IN G ERM AN OR EN GLISH
A Suggestion in Choosing a Xmas
the store Sunday morning he found a I to rest in the family lot in the Salem
Present for a Boy or a Girl.
S P E C IA L A T T E N T IO N G IV E N T O S U R
glass panel of the door broken,
No I cemetery
He leaves a son, Carl
As Mrs. Wise says; last year we got G E R Y A N D E L E C T R IC A L T R E A T M E N T S
merchandise was taken so far as can Nicklin, and a daughter. Miss Lelo
our children presents that they really offjce jn Fores, Grove Na,., Bank 0|d
be ascertained. The money was con | Nicklin, who for some time made her j
didn t really appreciate.
I his year we
cealed in a little hag close to the to home with Dr. C.
E Geiger and
have fullv decided to purchase a vioiin. Residence, Dr. D. W. Ward’ s tfl ee
bacco counter and the amount stolen familv.
Miss Nicklin is at present at j
mandolin or guitar
These instruments I Calls answered dayor night-Both phones
consisted of $20 in small change be tending St. Helens hall in Portland and |
will be instructive, make the home
sides the $15 in large denominations. her friends extend to her sympathy in ]
brighter and appreciated for years to
the hour of her bereavement.
A week ago it did not look like K j
Oscar Baldwin, who now makes his
Mr. E J. Stephens, of the Crete
N Staehr of the Bazaar could get room !
Alter looking at several stocks ol in home in Portland, was here Tuesday
for his holiday goods as one wagon load Nursery, Crete, Nebraska, came to see struments in other towns we were told looking alter business interests. A l
after another kept coming in. He was i Mr. James M. Enschede of our city to go to The Bazaar at Forest Grove, though he likes his new home in the
almost desperate and used some hard this week. Mr. Stephens, who has which we did, a id found a complete metropolis because his line of work
language at times, Danish and poor some of the finest orchards in Neb line of beautiful instruments at much makes his stay in that city necessary,
English mixed, broken off in big raska. is stalling some heavy orchard better prices than could be found else he still has a warm spot in his heart lor
He attended the ban
chunks, but at last the goods were I planting in Idaho, where his son is lo- where, and had no trouble in choosing the old town
quet Tuesday evening.
piled away and big crowds of custom I cated. Mr. Stephens, is well known an instrument.
ers soon began to relieve the congest j by our fruit inspector, Mr. Harris, and
ed state of affairs. It is certainly the other settlers here from Nebiaska,
largest and best selected lot of toys anrl and is an old friend of Mr Enschede
Xmas gifts ever seen in this town.
24 1 and wanted to get some pointeis
1 from him in regard to orchard plant-
The Hillsboro Congregational church
| ing knowing that Mr Enschede was
has extended a call to Rev. G. W.
well posted on what to do here to
Riggs, of Park Place, Ore. He was
I make orchards
profitable. We are
pastor of the Condon Congregational
W e have a large stock to select from this fall and
glad to have with us a man of En
church for several years and about a
schede’ s standing and hope he will do
invite you to call and inspect our goods.
year ago. accepted a call to the church
good here for us and himself.
at Park Place. While there he was
instrumental in building a new church
L. S. Porter has received from his
edifice and to strengthen the cause of daughter,
his denomination in that section of Pomona, Cal., an attractive booklet
If he decides to containing views in and about Pomona
com e to Hillsboro he will take charge It is a splendid advertisement for that
of the work the first of the year.
section of the Bear State although
The Bible School at the Christian there is not a word of advertiseing in
church is preparing a Christmas can the booklet. Mr. Porter is of the
tata. Special decorations, a tree etc opinion that a neat pamphlet of select
will also be provided.
Everybody is ed views of Forest Grove and vicinity
There will be something of gotten up in a similar style would
an innovation in this program in that a prove an efficient method by which to
silver offering for missionary purposes interest people ,o become residents of
“ They may have cli
ill be asked from
all attending Forest Grove.
said Mr. Porter, “ but
This offering will be devoted to the
the a(ter all we’ ve got them beat for soil
And we’ re not much hr-
churches of Oregon are placing on the nd crops
FALL and WINTER GOODS
SHOES, DRY GOODS
7\ B R 7
T h e C o rn er S to r e
Congo river in
a cost of
15 . 000 .
Mr and Mrs E E Williams of this
city, expect to leave next week for
their new home near Tam pico, Old
Mexico, where they have purchased a
plantation. Their sou, Rav and his
grandmother, have been there for some
The Williams have lived
here for about five years and during
that time have made a host of friends
who regret their departure from Forest
Grove. Mrs. Williams has be»n prom
inent in social and musical circles and ,
will be missed in those spheres of en
deavor in which she proved so active
and enthusiastic. She was vice-prest
dent of the Woman's G u b and her ab
sence from that organization will be
seriously felt by her co-workers.
WASHINGTON COUNTY FARM BARGAINS
N ear Forest G aove.
Fine Climate, rich soil, one of the best of locatk ns for fruit, vegetables, hay, stock, etc.
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E o w . SKVMOUR, Sec
B o t h T e le p h o n e s
A. B. T h o m a s , President
f o re s t G ro v e , O re g o n