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Live Items of Local Interest
number o f the ladies are going
with anticipations o f a fine time.
W. B. Haines returned from
Angeles, Tuesday. His wife
Com piled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
and daughter will also return as
Local Reporters of the Press
soon as the schools o f that city
I n jp r tD D r tD
T P n l
close which will be within a
Edward Seymour, Mgr.
Special prices will be given a t ! ies wishing the attendence o f month.
Miiier’ s Drug Store.
t f 1 Dr. Large in this class of cases,
The Fourth o f July will be
with greatly oblige him, if c o n - celebrated
_________ in Hoffman J*ark with
Farm and City Property
venient, b> engaging his services appropriate exercises.
his home in Gresham.
two or three months prior to the complete arrangements have not
Forest Grove, Oregon
Mrs. Willis „
was a or expected event.
i yet been made but we are assur-
land visitor on Tuesday.
E. W. Haines was in Hillcboro ed o f a good program with a full
Frank Smith o f Portland spent Tuesday.
quota o f sports.
Sunday in Forest Grove.
A. W. Wilson o f Gales Creek
TAKEN U P -1 sorrell mare,
, No. 451
Bell, M 235
Dr. E. H. Brown is expected was in town Monday.
bald face, branded figure two (2)
home from New York Friday.
Fresh o n d y made every day « W t hip, »e ig h t about g i t It*
The Forest Grove Garage is at the Den o f Sweets.
° W" ,ir
h , , e 8*n,e by p“ y,n,t
for this notice and expense o f
the proper place to buy bicycles.
Carl Himple spent Saturday keeping. W. F. Schultz,
Call on the Main Street bar and Sunday in Portland.
Forest Grove, tf
bers for a first class shave or
Mrs. Frances Bernard o f Ver-
C. 0 . Roe and H. J. Goff re
A ll Kinds of Mill W ork, Frames, Saab, Doors,
boort was in town Monday.
turned Friday from a six weeks
Portland’s famous ice cream,
Blinds and Mouldings
Mr. Witham made a business tour that covered the principal
Mt. Hood. All flavors, at Shear
cities o f the United States and a
trig to the City Wednesday.
er’s. Try it.
part o f Mexico. Thep both state
Full and Com plete Line o f Rough and Finished, Kiln |
W. W. Bump who has been
Arsenate o f Lead 16 3-4fi a
they are better than ever pleased
pound by the hundred. Forest quite ill is slowly improving.
Dried Lumber, Alw ays in Stock. Best Shingle
with Forest Grove and vicinity.
Mrs. Oscar Simon, is visiting
Cem ent, Sand and Lime
Holbrook Lodge No. 30.
Mrs. Archie Clark is spending with her aunt Mrs. C. F. Miller.
A. F. and A. M. Special
meetings Friday and Sat
a few days in the City with
Do you buy your auto supplies
friends and relatives.
at the Forest Grove Garage? If urday evenings o f this week.
Work in the M. M. and F. C. de
Mrs. F. T. Kane spent a few not, why not?
Sherw in-W illiam s Paints
days this week at the home of
Wheelock Marsh o f Portland
Visiting brethren welcome.
William Kane and wife.
spent Sunday visiting relatives E dwin A llen , W. M.
A. B en K ori , S^retary,
All work done in Dr. Booth’s and friends here.
Sermon subjects at the Christ-
Optical Parlors guaranteed.
Miss Anna Cornelius spent
Church—“ On The Nfountain
With Booth Jewelry Co.
Sunday at fhe home o f her par
Top With Our Lord’ ’ afid “ Be
Rev. A. C. Brackenbury o f Mc ents near Cornelius.
Sure Your Sins Will Find You
Men’ s oak half-soles sewed or Out” —Do not miss the Sunday
Minnville will preach at the M.
nailed 75^. C. E. Dixon, Pacific evening sermon, it will interest
E. church next Sunday.
Avenue, Forest Grove.
Rev. E. V. Stivers.
Mr. Withams o f the First Nat
Mrs. Wm. Kane who is quite
ional Bank visited over Sunday
The Hoffman amusement park
ill at her home in this city is a will be open to the public in a
W . E. Prickett, Dealer in
with friends in Reedville.
little better at last reports.
short time already several amuse
Con(e<fhonery, Ice Cream, Soda,
Portland property, in ware
ment features have been pro
house district, for sale cheap.
vided for and will be placed in
Fruits, Cigars and Tobacco.
L angley & S on .
in the near future. A
at the home o f John E. Bailey„
Are you reading the discourse^
hall team has been organized
. . . The place to stop, rest, and refresh . . .
Misses Frances Myers and that will play in park uniforms.
o f “ Windy Jim’ ’ ? If not, you
are missing something worth Mabel Strahan o f Portland visit This team plays Gales creek Sun
ed at the Myers home over Sun day and the following Sunday
the reL; .1 game will be played
A. C. Mackrodt recently sold day.
Misses Etta Schumerich and at the park.
to Roy Richardson, o f Gales
creek, an Indian motor cycle 1910 Anna Dean o f Hillsboro, visited
Tuesday evening with' Manche
Knocked Down by H ors«
IN S U R A N C E
P A C IF IC
A number o f the young people
Mr. Littlefield will be confined
Mr. Nattinger and wife o f Du to his bed for some little time,
from here attended dances at
M U T U A L PINK
Hillsboro and Beaverton Satur luth, Mich., are visiting at the as the result o f an accident late
home o f their daughter Mrs. P. Thursday afternoon. Mr. Little
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, FOREST GROVE, OREGON
field was hitching a horse into a
Wm H Langley has been ap
Mrs. D. T. Thomas spent Sun light buggy when the animal be
pointed city attorney at a comp
with her husband in Sheri came frightened and bolted,
ensation of $25. per month. His
Will Save You M ore Than 25 Per Cent
he has been conduct knocked him down and ran over
term o f office expires Jan. 1.
him, causing a number of bruises
ing meetings the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Smith, who
FOR SALE—7 room house, bones.
have been visiting friends and
relatives in Portland for some modem throughout, well built
Forest Grove M eat M arket
and finely furnished, lot 100x100,
time, returned home Sundav.
terms. Archie Bryant, Forest
Fresh and Salted Meats. Home Made Pork Sausage “Just
R E N T -T h ree
Like Dad Used to Make ‘ Down on the Farm.’ ”
furnished rooms, for light house
When you buy your new wagon (First publication May 5, 1910.)
keeping, hot and cold water.
Mrs. N. J. Walker Third S t , be- jack, get the “ Union.” Simplest,
C*»h Paid for Hid««
tweeen Pacific and First A ves. tf stongest and most useful. Once
Notice is hereby given that the
used always used. J . B. Mat undersigned has been duly ap
The Western Union Telegraph
thews, A gen t
pointed by the County Court o f
Co. discontinued their up-town
P H O N E S k l l ' ? 4, M O O R E & W IL H E L M S O N
the State o f Oregon for Wash
The foot o f a horse is just as
office last Tuesday. Here-after
ington County Administratrix o f.
the business will all be cared for hard to fit as the foot o f a man.
estate o f Newton J. Walker
from the office in the S. P. de We are specialists in fitting shoes
All persons interested
' to horses. Harris and Markham
and havinfc claims against said
at Stribichs wagon shop.
Ira Bradley was in from the
estate are hereby required to
A. Morse o f Hillsboro pur- present the same to me at my
Thatcher, last Tuesday. He re- c^psed an Indian m otorcycle o f residdhod in the City o f Forest
ports the work progressing nice- a . C. Mackrodt Tuesday#. This Grove, Oregon, properly verified
ly with about 20 days more at machine is the new double cylin- as by law required within six
that quarry when the crusher der 1910 model and will be used i’tnonths
o f this
will be moved to Gaston.
in the telephone trouble depart- notice,
The date and
In these days o f high prices it m ent
is something of a problem to
Mr. Rector and wife w h o . h a v M e t U f “ 8 notice is the 6th f l f e o f
Published i nni e
keep up appearances, but the been visiting with the Li vingstoi 'M ay, 1910.
situation is considerably relieved family on Gales creek road re
in regard to clothes as the Schloss turned to their home in Wiscoij
Administratrix o f the estate o f
sin last week accompanied -by
Mrs. Rector’s brother, Dr.Jl. J Newtor^JC Walker d eo
O regon Land & Trading Co.
Forest Grove Planing Mill Co.
Forest Grove, Ore.
A lbert C. M ackrodt
Mrs. Ebberts of Vancouver.
Wash., hah invited thejdongrega-
tional Ladies Workifg Society to
meet with her at thè Vtnfcouver
Barracks Friday afternoon. A
fo r m e