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By Michigan People.
ijuiKite in the little diam ond “handy
pins” th a t cater so daintily to the mi
nor w ants of full dress toilet.
An elegant phase of m en’s sleeve b u t
tons in the fu tu re is to be the chain
link and a handsom e n a tu ra l cnbochon
stone. The open circle seem s to be a
coming favorite in m en’s scarfpins. It
Is of gold set w ith a line of small
stones, diam ond or colored.
An Increased num ber of shapes is
used in fine stone cutting. In d ia
monds come the round, square, oval,
pear, m arquise and h e a rt shapes. All
these, ns well ns the cnbochon, are
found in em eralds, rubies and sap
W om en’s “handy pin s” th a t are mod
els of good ta ste are of b a r form enam
eled on gold in d ain ty and lustrous
pink or blue and set w ith a narrow
row of stones.
The new cu ttin g of th e diamond, "the
tw en tieth century,” should be noted;
also the discovery of “kunzlte,” a stone
of lilac or violet color, ranking proba
bly w ith th e tourm aline In value,
which is being utilized in all kinds of
Jew elry.—Elsie Bee in Jew elers’ Circu
JEW ELRY OF TODAY.
W om en
W e a r l n s r —Some
C h i c N p e c ia ltle n F o r Men.
The necklace is the im portant item
of the season. I t has been brilliantly
launched upon w h a t promises to he a
Good Meals. Good Board.
highly successful career.
Forest Grove, - - Oregon touch w ith this runs th e string of
pearls or other beads.
Large and costly corsage ornam ents
have been am ong favored pieces. The
bracelet, th a t tru ly fem inine and his
ornam ent, is reported ns coming
Practical Undertakers and Embalm-
in again “w ith surprising rapidity.”
ers. Calls answered day or night.
Of the use of rings it would be Im
possible to say too much. A ring lins
this season been introduced which is
especially designed for u lady’s little
Forest Grove, Ore. finger. This is of heavy gold set with
u line of tine diamonds.
E arrings, us fa r as positive assertion
of the jew elers goes, rem ain In statu
W . IN . S E A R S
quo In this country, y et many sm all In
dications i>olnt to th e ir g reater use for
-Proprietor o f-
the future. E arrin g s are worn abroad,
. .T h u L u m lln u B it r h e r S h o p . . .
and w herever women may procure
them there are undoubtedly more to
Up-to-date Hair-cutting and
be seen in use here th an w as the case
Mr. and Mrs. Whitney
v'i= ^ Roe & Buxton
M a in H trcw t.
D e lic a te
N eckw ear.
Spring an 1 sum m er neckw ear prom
ises to be very dainty and taking. Two
pretty pieces one Illu strated —a collar in
I 'o r w t t d r o v e
B ro o k s & S o n ^
Can suit you. They have
a complete stock of Harness,
Whips, Lap Robes. Repair
ing a specialty. Call in.
N O TIC E FOR P U B L IC A T IO N .
Isolated T ra c t—P ublic 1 and Sale.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
O r e g o n C i t y , O r e g o n , Feb. 16, 1904.
Notice is h ereby given th a t in p u rsu an c e of in
stru ctio n s from th e Com m issioner of th e G eneral
Land office. u n d er a u th o rity vested in him by
Section 2453, U. S. Kev. S ta t., as am en d ed by th e
Act o f Congress approved F ebruary 26, 1*95, we
will nroceed to offi-r a t p u b lic sale on th e 5th day
of A pril, 1904, a t 11 o 'clo ck a. r a ., n e x t, a t th is
office, th e follow ing tra c t o f la n d , to w it: T h e
N. E. % o f N. E. M of Section 8 .T 1 S , K 4 W. A ny
an d a ll persons claim in g a d re rsc ly :h e above d o.
scribed lan d s are advised to file th e ir claim s in
th is office on or before th e day above d esig n ated
for th e co m m en c em en t of said sale, o th erw ise
th e ir rig h ts will be forfeited.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, R egister.
GEO. W. BIBEE, R eceiver.
Notice for Publication.
Suits for Ladies and Gents.
Complete line new samples.
CO I j I.A RH
lace, eith er w hite or ecru, und one of
the favorite em broidered sets of collar
N ever think needed Test a w aste of
O h. w ondrous soap, called W olverine,
’Tis the very best the w orld has seen.
I t ’s sure to knock the blackest dirt
F rom any fellow ’s socks and shirt.
You use it once, y ou’ll use it twice,
And tell the w orld it’s very nice.
D ear ladies, w hen w ashing d irty
Use W olverine, and then repose.
Y our cheeks will blossom like the
And if y ou’re young, “he” will p ro
I find it’s grand on d irty hands,
And m ore, I haven’t any doubt,
I t ’s used by B row nies in the night
T o m ake the silver m oon shine out.
O h, W olverine has com e to stay,
So dust and resin, get aw ay;
T he W olverine is ju s t all right,
It beats all o th ers out of sight.
D ear public, now excuse m y rhym e,
Buy soap of C heney every time.
M. R. C H E N E Y , Exclusive A gent,
F o re st G rove, O regon.
T h t‘
F ir s t
G erm a n
D epartm ent of the Interior,
Land Office at Oregon C ity, Oregon.
February 13, 1904
Notice is hereby given th at the fcllow ing-naired sett
ler has filed notice of his intention to make fin d proof in
support of his claim , and that said proof will be made
before the County Clerk of W ashington County, O regon,
at Hillsboro on April 5, 1904, viz, Augustus H. W olford,
H. E. No. 14549, for the S. 1 2 of S. E. 1-4, Sec. 24, T .
3. N , R. 4 W.
He names the follow ing witnesses to prove his contin-
ous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
George L ippert, of Buxton, Oregon.
John L ippert,
Amos E. Mead,
John W olford,
Algernon S. Dresser,
M a k er.
Notice For Publication
Ulmnn S trainer w as undoubtedly the
[Henrt n n il p e a r s h a p e d s to n e s s h o w in g first G erm an pnper «inker. F ive hun-
D epartm ent of the Interior,
th o n e w t w e n t ie t h c e n tu r y c u t tin g ]
Land Office at Oregon C ity, Oregon
! dred years have passed since then, and
March 19, 1904
a y ear ngo. It cannot bo said th a t the th e a rt of paper m aking enn look back
Notice Is hereby given that the follow ing-nam ed set
r has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof
rising generation Is having its cars on as long a period of earnest effort tle
in support of his claim , and that said proof will be made
pierced to any noticeable extent, y et and profitable work.
before Register and R eceiver at Oregon C ity, Oregon,
on May 7, 1904 viz: John D. D aly, H. E. No. 15297 for
any w om an who so fancies fe d s free
tho S. E. one-fourt N. W. one-fourth; N. E. one-fourth
M a r l , A n to in e tt e 's F a v o r it e ,
For Information, Address,
to w ear earrin g s as fur as fashion goes.
W . one-fourth; and N . one-half S. E. one-fourth.
This delicious shortcake is said to S.
Sec. 28. T. 1 S. R. 6 W.
H e names the follow ing witnesses to prove his con
have been the favorite cake of the u n
tion of one stone w ith others is coming
residence upon and cultivation of said land,
fortunate Marie A ntoinette and Is made tinuous
Typewriters sold and rented. into the new er school of A m erican by tak in g half a pound of sw eet b u t viz:A. T. W ain, of Salem , Oregon.
A solitaire ring — diamond,
M. W . H unt,
te r and pressing it betw een the folds
Forest Grove, . . ♦ Oregon Jewelry.
Hon. John Minto,
ruby, sapphire nr pearl — will be en
of a towel to e x tra ct the m oisture: then
hanced w ith sm all diam onds im bedded
ALGERNON S. DRFSSER,
place it in an earth en bowl w ith n
in the shank on each side: th e richly
q u a rte r of ft pound of powdered sugar
carved and pierced platinum m ounting
and bent it to a light cream ; add g rad
NOTICE FON PUBLICATION.
Cigars, Etc. of a colored stone or stones will be in- ually
a pound of sifted flour and a half
United States Land Office, Oregon City, Oregon,
cru sted w ith tiny diam onds; a du- ounce of rice flour, w orking It sm ooth
February 23, 1904.
Candies and Fruits of all
cliesse ring will show forked shanks
Notice is hereby given that in com pliance with the
ly in w ith the hand till you can form provisions
of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, e n ti
set w ith diam onds. There Is more ex tho dough Into a ball: roll out lightly
kinds, Soda W ater, Bread,
tled “ An act for the sale of tim ber 1 nds in the States of
ercise of design th an heretofore In the
Nevada, and W ashington T errito ry ,”
Pies and Cakes, Hot Pop-
until you have the desired size; slip as extended Oregon,
to all the Public Lands States by act of Au
m ounting of th e gem, in th e building
on a tin baking sheet nnd cover the gust 4, U 92, K nute W estberg, of Portland, county of
Corn and Peanuts.
up of an ornam ent.
Multnomah, State of Oregon, has this day fle d In th is
top w ith small comfits arranged In a office
his sworn statem ent No. 6258, for the purchase of
J u st now Jew elry fashions, in com
Sunday Oregonian for Sale Here
design: w ith n sm all fancy cu tter score the W. 1-2 of N. W . 1-4 of Section No. 28 in Township
mon w ith others, revert strongly to tlie
No. 3 N., Ranee No. 4. W est, and will offer proof to
FOREST GROVE, - -
OREGON Louis XIV., XV. and XVI. periods. the edge of the cake In a fanciful p a t show that the land sought is more v rlu a tle for its tim ber
tern nnd bake In a quick oven tw enty or stone than for ag ricultural purposes, and to establish
The fashionable La Vnlllero, of w hich
his claim to said land before the Register and R eceiver
m inutes; serve w ith a rich preserve of
this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Monday, the
an illustration Is lien» given, is dedi
16th day of May, 1904.
ITirmr.rs ¿>n<l M erch an ts cated to the splrltuelle charm of Isnitse sauce.
He names as witnesses:
Robert T. Simpson, of Buxton, Oregon,
B ank,of F o re s t (irovc. de la Vnlllere, the lovely and unhappy
H a w T e a la M a d e In I n d i a .
Adam Simpson, of Buxton, Oregon,
favorite of Louis XV. The La Vnlllere
Thomas G. M cFarland, of Buxton, Oregon,
The m erits of India nnd Ceylon ten
M. M iddaugh, of Buxton, Oregon.
us an innovation upon the brand collar have become very well know n In this
Capital, $ 25 , 000 .
Any and all persons claim ing adversely the above-de
of diam onds or pearls is followed but country. The Irnllnn method of m ak scribed
lands are requested to file their clii/n> in this
office on or before said 16th day of May, 1904.
Transacts a general banking “d rap ed ” necklace th a t has proved the ing ten ns given by a resident of Cal
ALGERNON S. DRESSER.
cu tta Is to tnke tw o spoonfuls of dry
business. C o r r e s p o n d e n t ’s, favorite of the year. Rich pendants ten
for cacti cup of tea w anted, and ------------
worn on tine platinum ch u ln sn n d pend npon It pour boiling w ater, letting It
Wells Fargo & Co. Banks. en
t effects in necklaces arc also in stand frw n half to one minute. In no HOLLY
other wt\y enn one obtain so much of CIRCLE
Oscillation of brilliant Jewels prom the arom atic principle and so little of
Meets on the 2nd and 4th W ednesday of each
IV. H. Williams A Son ises to be one of the effective points of
the b itte r and a strin g en t elem ents In a
month in Odd Fellow s' H all. Forest Grove. All
members and visiting m em bers are invited
single cap of tea. In the asn al wny of
th e nattlnesa of a F renchw om an's fin
m aking tea the w ater la allow ed to JESSIE BUXTON. Guardian Neighbor.
Lumber in Rou£h
gers continue a favorite design. These,
atand upon tho leaves too long.
S ophia C. Smith. Clerk.
FORMT GROVK, OREGON together w ith sprays and birds, are ex-
H. F. D. Roule 1.
I.A V A L L lE ItE O F D IA M O N D S.
.. School of Shorthand..
B. HARDIN ...
No. 185. W. 0. W.