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was registered at the Leabo hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dempsey were
Link Hill of Gaston was in our town
out from Portland Sunday visiting
Frank Meresse was over to Oregon
Miss Martha Holmes, editor of this
Index, was visiting Miss
Prin. Bates has returned from a trip Templeton.
to Mt. Hood.
Mrs. Will Van Dorn of David’s Kill,
Mr. and Mrs. Weatherford were in has been visiting Miss Stella Via a few
days this week.
Rolla Peterson was in Portland Fri
Mrs. Bertha Schaffer and mother
day and Saturday.
have returned from a two weeks’ out-
Mr. 0 . Brown was in Portland for outing at Soda Springs.
the day last Monday.
Mrs. J. Weatherford left Tuesday
Frank Meresse was in the Rose city day for Roseburg, where she will spendl
Sunday of this week.
a month with her parents.
Mrs. Henry Wirtz spent Saturday
Miss Bess Ott was visiting at the J.
and Sunday in Portland.
K. Sear’s home in McCoy, for several
Max Crandall, assessor-elect, was in days the first of the week.
Forest Grove Wednesday.
Miss Belle Denny returned from
M r. J, C. Latta and son Rosco Eugene Monday, where she has been
visiting the past two weeks.
were in Portland over Sunday.
Miss Mable Watkins of Olympie,
Mrs. 0 . S. Higby was in Portland
Wash., is visiting her mother, Mrs.
for a couple of days last week.
Mrs. J. M. Garrison and children re Mary Watkins in South Park.
S t a t e m e n t of th e C o nd ition of
F /R ST
P O H B 8 T O R O V B , OREOOIN
At Gall of the Comptroller, July 15, 1908
Cash on hand due
from Banks and
U. S. Treas
Capital paid in .......... 25,000.00
United States Bonds. .25,000.00
Prem.umsCU S Bonds) ..8 2 5 .0 0 Undivided profit,. . . - .2.238.31
Bonds and Securities. .20,358.25 Circulation......................25.000.00
Loans and discounts .74,532.33
Furniture and Fixtures.3,443.80
Real Estate................... 3,282.92
$ 180 , 541.61
¡M AR K
$ 180 , 541.61
Correct Attest: R. M. DOOLY. President
M PETERSON, Vice President
D. I. ALLER. Cashier
School opens Monday, September 21, and yru’ll net d to
have a pair of the best shoes on earth— the Brown sh je.
Miss Bertha Williams is home from
Long Beach, where she spent most cl
is an expression
one often hea.-s.
Miss Lueila Markee is back in
The picture re
ferred to must be
Hughes’ telephone office, after a
one of our
Howard Edmunds, who managed the
Miss Essie Baker of McMinnville,
turned from Newport yesterday.
Tillamook baseball team that played
for they make the
Mrs. Eva Derby spent Saturday in has been visiting with her grandmother’ here Sunday, was a former student of
Mrs. S. A. Hunter for a week.
Portland with her son Howard.
you can imagine, j
Ex-mayor Johnson was in town Moi -
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Moore were in
Let us make some
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shively and
day making some final arrangements
of you, so your |
Portland on business on Tuesday.
little baby of Portland, are out at
friends can have |
for starting hop picking today.
Commissioner John McClaran of
“ drandpa” M. Peterson's ranch east of
something to re
Mrs. Harry Goff and son Willis went this city, rusticating for a few days.
Gales Creek was in town yesterday.
mind them of you
to Newport Monday to spend a couple
as you look vour
Pres. Ferrin and family have re
Without doubt the game between
ol weeks with Mrs. Thomas Roe.
best. We don’t j
turned from their trip to Mt. Hood.
the Colts and the All Star St. John’s
care how hard a 1
Raleigh Walker returned from New
— Buy Tipless
subject you think <
port Monday, having closed a success
burners at V. S. Abraham's.
day on the local grounds will be
you are. We have j
ful season with his dance pavilion.
made good por-1
the fastest matinee of the season.
Mesdarres John Wittz and J. C.
— Dr. Lowe, the optician,, will be in
of people j
Litta were Portland visitors Saturday.
Miss Farnham returned to the Grove
Forest Grove Sept, 10, 11 and to nocn
twice as difficult
Monday, after spending three months
Miss Veda Sappington of Tillamook, of 12.
to take as you are.
in Boston and other parts of the East
is visiting Mrs. Floyd Loomis for a few
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Prideaux of Port
.j land spent Sunday in this city with Mrs. Rogers, who went East with her,
C. 0 . Roe was in Portland Saturdai, Mrs. Prideaux’s mother, Mrs. Sorenson. is expected to arrive home in a few
— Buy Tipless
and found time to witness the bail
Will Kopple returned from Coos
Mr. Hoffman of Hoffman, Allen &
Bay last Saturday where he has been
. . .
FOR RENT—Small ranch. Write
O. W. Humphrey of this city, has playing ball with the Marshfield team.
b :en engaged to teach the Thatcher Mrs. J. C. Latta will go to Mt. An Flash. It is an antiseptic hand clean D Pierce, Gales Creek, Ore., phone
er and certainly does its work well, No. 32 Ind. Gales Creek.
gel, Oregon, next Monday with her son
tiking off the ink and grease like | Supt. H. H Stuart of the condenser,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Park of Port Rosco, who will attend the Catholic
| and wife left Saturday for a sea voyage
land were greeting friends in the Grove school for boys there.
A special meeting of the M. M. S. down the coast of California. They
Mrs. Wm. Johnson and children of
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Johnson ol Eton, Wash., are visiting at the home will be held at the home of Miss will stop at the principal cities and will
Fern Hill Farm were seen in town of Bertha Leabo. Mrs. Johnson was Amanda and Dorothy Boldrick, North be gone about three weeks, Mr. Stu-
Mount on the afternoon of SeDt. 10th. art’s mother of Minneapolis, is here
formerly Miss Bessie Beauchamp of
All members are requested to be ( during their absence,
Chas. Smith of Portland spent Sun Forest Grove.
j The ladies of the office are the re -1
day in the Grove with his sister, Miss
Over the Jerico Road, and Inciden
Messrs. Dooly, McArthur and Me- cipiants of a sample of Chase and San-
tal Lessons will be Mr. Sias’ theme at
Pherson, and Misses Buenerand Hume burn’s coffee which HoffmaD & Allen
Claud Gatch of Salem, the Nationa at the Christian chapel next Sunday
of Portland drove out from that city Co. are giving to the first fifty ladies
Bank Examiner, was in the city night. Morning theme, Salutory Faith,
Sunday in an automobile, and were calling at their store. The delicious
pleasant guests at Banke* Dooly’s home flavor of this coffee is retained indefi
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nourse and Second avenve.
Eaton Tullin, a chemist of Pullman,
nitely in tightly covered cans.
Wash., has been here several days test granddaughter, Frances Woods, and
A card from John H. Baker, from
Miss Estella Stearns, who attended
Mrs. Eva Derby and granddaughter,
Portland, states that he and his wife Pacific University last year and has
Fern Goodemote, will go to Newpcrt
are at the home of their daughter, hav many friends here, will attend the Uni
Miss Maud Shannon returned hon e
Saturday, (or several days’ outing.
ing gone to that city for treatment, j versity of Oregon this year, where she
Monday altet a month's vacation, spet l
FOR SALE— Dry Fir wood. L. L. He asks that The News be sent him
will enter as a Sophomore. Her
Doane, Forest Grove. Ind. phone
mother will be matron at the boys’
A. C. Brackenbury of McMinnville,
It was the intention of last week’s dormitory, a position she has just been
News to state that Lair Gregory was elected to fill.
in Portland instead of here as
Mrs Wm ^
who hw been viji,.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENTS OF DEPOSITS
the type had it, however, he made | ing h„ niece> Mrs Mary Ralston ^
good this week and spent the day with 1
M » r. 2 2 . 1 9 0 7
the past three weeks, went to Portland
Forest Grove, ; friends here yesterday.
$ 4 4 . 2 2 3 .1 7
| yesterday on her way to San Francisco
May 20, 1907
A u g u it 22, 1907
$ 130 . 722.92
D ecem ber 3, 1907
$ 1 6 0 ,3 7 2 .4 6
February 14, 1908
$ 1 H S , 3 2 - 4 .0 0
M A Y 14, 1908
$ 2 4 Q ,5 3 3 . 0 4
JULY IS , I «» oh
$ 279 , 165.08
T r ip t o
[K L A M A T H F A L L S
Is a Very L o w Rate Fro m l\ir il: m d
W«> will take a Urge crowd of enthusiastic Uu-mcss men an«l investors on
this popular exeumion, leaving Portland on tlie
Southern Pacific, Sunday M orning, Sept. 6th
Tickets will lie limited to Ik-tober 4. giving you lots of time to thoroughlv
investigwte the Klamath Hasin, one of Oregon's most I'lMsis-mus and growing
eonnini'iitieie— fish to your heart's content on Klamath laki—and visit Orv-
got.'• (treat«>st Natural Wonder
Round trip tn ket. Klamath Kails to Crater Lake, $17, including expenses
—limit three day*. Tram leaves Portland l:,'«» a. m.. Sunday. N>pteint*-r 8
There will he a special Pullman ear to Wee«I for this party Pullman rate
$4 00, including night in ear at Weeit Passengers may enter ear anv time
after 9:30 Saturday night.
For particular«, rail at City Ticket Otfic«\ 3d ami Washington Sts,
W m . M c M u rra y , (1. P. ,4., l\t r t \a n d
Archie Bryant, of the studio, has
presented The News with one of the
most handsome calendars for 1909 we
have ever seen. The subject is “ Hel
en” and was painted by Abbey Altson,
one of the well-known artists.
V.S. A brah am
where she will spend the coming win-
ter. She will meet her son in Port
land who has been in there for
three months past.
T he C orner S to r e
Off t o t h e
W e are well fixed to take care of your every need in
the way of
Camp Supplies, Fishing Tackle,
Cuns, Riñes and Amuniticm
W e carry in stock the following rifles and guns
2 2 C A L. FROM * 1 .7 5 TO * 1 2 .0 0
25 cal. Stevens, 25-20 Winchester
30-30 Winchester 32 special Win
chester, 25-35 Winchester; 30-30
Savage, 30-30 lightweight f avage
30-30 Remington autom atic.
L. C. Smith, Stevens, Parker,
Baker and other makes of shot
In fact all kinds of Guns and Rifles that you can get any
where and at the same price you would pay for them in
Frank Fletcher, who has been
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T “ !,
spending his vacation over on the Wil-
- F o r more than 19 years Dr son River, is home for a few days be-1
Lowe, the optician, has made a spec- fore going for a big hunt and then to
iilty of fitting glasses to children. Whitman college, where he is promi
Have your child’s eyes tested before it nent in all student body affairs. N ext!
j starts to school. Consult him Sept, j spring Frank will manage the track
10, 11, and 12 to noon.
team and he has a brilliant outlook fer
Miss Laura Smith of this city, and a good team.
W A S H IN G T O N A N D T E N T H S T R E E T S
W. L. Park of Portland, were quiet y - —'
I married by Rev. Poole at the parsonage
. . . .
u; u i
1 have ,he *Kency for the AutofiUer
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in Vancouver. Wash., last Saturday | - S e lf KiHing .Self Cleaning Fountain
_%The School that Placrg You in a Good ]'o»\t\on
! afternoon. Mrs. Park is well known Pen.
A lw a y s W rite s
in Forest Grove where she has many A i m a y R e a d y
Come in and see them . T hey s re w ith out a doubt
the beat se lt filling p en on the m arket today. W a r
ranted by both m an u fa c tu re r and retailer.
,,Ph1vsici.a n, *no
- T h e top - rice at Bailey’, for you.
A . M . V E IN E N
Mrs. H. Hatfield, who has been
burgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap- Wool anH Mo’’iir
spending the summer with her mother,
Mrs. A. Jackson, left today for her
—Chase & Sanborn Coffees a', -ays
— We’ll buy your wool and mohair.
Try Schultz’s ground bone for the best. H ffman & Allen Co. ex*
home in Silver Bell, Arizona. Mr. Bring it in.
your hens. It will make them lav.
Hatfield will join her in Los Angeles
and they will spend a few days there \
before going home.
EDW ARD SEYM OUR
A. B. THOM AS
Sec. fand M gr.
Art B. Caples has opened a neat es-
P r*3 U te n t
state office in the Forest Grove Nation
al Bank building.
He has quite a
l rge amount of property already listed
and expects in a short time to have
anything wanted by a prospective buy
er at a nominal price.
( I N C O R P O R A T F .I )
Wm. Muir, who recently sold h i
farm near Dilley, purchased the Chas.
Mertz property on Pacific avenue last
week, through the Oregon Land &
Trading Company. Mr. Mu» expects
to remodel the house in the near
B o th T e le p h o n e s
F o r e s t G r o v e , O re g o n
future for a rooming house.
Oregon Land and Trading Company