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REMEMBER-Dr. Booth guar J. H. Wirtz and Ira Hampton
Any one interested in Kodaks antees
all glasses for 1 year, tf are erecting a dancing ‘pavilion
and Kodak work, should call at
near First Ave. South ancTMain
i the Forest Grove Pharmacy and Evangelistic meetings will be street.
see what can be done with an gin in the tent Monday evening,
Ansco Camera and Cyko Paper. July 18.
Archie Hahn, former trainer
Edward Seymour, Mgr.
That gasolene stove you need Portland’s famous ice cream, the Pacific University athletes,
can be purchased at Hinman’s, Mt. Hood. All flavors, at Shear but to be with an eastern college
hereafter, underwent a painful
| two and three burners, with or er’s. Try it.
last week for vericose
The Columbia Graphophone, veins in his leg.
Forest Grove, Oregon
We have the most complete! the best talking machine made.
stock of Drugs and Sundries in at F. G. Pharmacy, exclusive
the City and buy direct from agents.
manufacturer. Another reason We are unable to publish our
why we sell for less. Miller the
from Watts and NOTICE OF SCHOOL INDEMNITY SELECTION.
Bell, M 235
T elep ho nes
Ind. No. 4SI
CUT RATE DRUGGIST. 33-2t communication
much other interesting matter on United States Land Office,
FOR SALE—A 7 year old sin account of the crowded condition
June 20, 1910.
gle driving horse. Sound, city of our columns this week.
Notice in hereby given that the
broke, gentle for ladies and chil When you buy your new wagon State
of Oregon, on March 3rd,
dren in all harness. He is well jack, get the ‘’Union.” Simplest, 1910, applied
for the SWi of N
M anufacturer* of
bred and a fine driver. Inquire in g e s t and most useful. Once Wi, Sec. 11, Tp. 2 North, R. 6
at the Fashion Stables, Forest used aiwayg .used. J. B, Mat West., and filed in this office a
All Kinds of Mill Work, Frames, Sash, Doors,
list of School Indemnity Selec
tf thews, Agent.
in which it selected said
Blinds and Mouldings
Hiram Davis, wife and child, | jror next ten daya you can land; and that said list is open
the public for inspection.
E L a r f f i f w S « t a 5 pound pail of lard for 90 to Any
and all persons, claiming
Full and Complete Line of Rough and Finished, Kiln ington
county relatives. Hiram j cents at the Forest Grove Meat adversely
the above described
used to be a star player with the | Market, Moore & Wilhelmson, land, or claiming
the same under
Dried Lumber, Always in Stock. Best Shingle
Colts baseball team, and his il- Props.
35-2t the mineral laws, or desiring to
and Lath. Cement, Sand and Lime
lusive curves have helped the The Congregational church will show said land to be more valu
local boys to win many a game.
for mineral than for agricul
observe the communion of the able
purposes, or object to said
for any legal reason,
nent farmer of Dilley, died at
file their claims or their
his home this morning. Mr. at 11 a. m., and also receive new should
of protest or contest in
Hansen was a native of Denmark, members. Subject for morning affidavits
on or 1910.
before the 12th
aged 64 years. He came to this sermon, “Friendship with Christ” j this
country 12 years ago from Wash andatSp. m. “Fitting into God’s day of August>
chas. B. Merrick,
ington. Two sons, Walter of
Portland, and Harold of Dilley, Plan.”
survive him. Funeral services A watch is a necessity to every
will be held Saturday at the Dil-
ley Methodist church, Bev. Price man- woman- boy or girl. Shear-
officiating, with burial in Forest! er can supply you, with the best |
at right prices.
tf NOTICE OF SCHOOL INDEMNITY SELECTION.
Fire Chief Joe Lenneville pa- United States
troled the streets Monday with
- e , l e , b , r the
As Notice is hereby June
M. J. Abbott
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
majority of the fite boys State of Oregon, on March 5,
F. M. Starrett at their home east were out of the city celebrating, 1910, applied for the NW£ of N
town, this afternoon, when and the ubiquitous small boy and WJ, Sec. 11, Tp. 2 North, R. 6
Jeweler and Optician
their daughter Lou Christina, be- hjg fire cracker were much in West., and filed in this office a
came the bride of Charles Daniel evjdence j oe was determined to list of School Indemnity Selec
tions in which it selected said
Wagner, the marriage service |
Watch Repairing A Specialty
land; and that said list is open to
being read by Rev. Hiram Gould, take no chances.
public for inspection.
Mack Gwinn, a young man Any
P iU n o n Block
F o r e s t G rove
and all persons, claiming
in this city.
with the United Rail adversely
the above described
The bride was charmingly working
gowned in a dress qf white Per ways’ surveying crew in the land, or claiming the same under
sian lawn, made princess, orna Glen wood section, came in from the mineral Jaws, or desiring to
mented with hand embroidery the camp Friday suffering with show said land to be more valu-
and trimmed with point d’esprit.
nnienn caused from an in- 1 able f Jr mineral than for agricult
ural purposes, or to object to
She carried a bouquet of white ? . ^
roses, and was unattended. The Jur^ *° e nt. He was taken said selection for any legal rea
T ry o u r invigorating and refreth in g
parlors were prettily decorate ! to a Portland hospital and is in a son, should file their claims or
their affidavits of protest or con
with flowers for the occasion, serious condition,
office on or before the
with pure crushed fruits for flavoring ing. Many beautiful and costly The ladies of the Home Mis- 12th in day this
of August, 1910.
You are not limited to crushed fruits, how presents were given the bride by sionary Society of the Methodist
Chas. B. Merrick,
ever. O ur C hocolate I ce C ream S odas her friends. After the ceremony church met with Mrs. M. S. Allen
and N ut S undaes are simply delicious.
a wedding luncheon was served ; for a tea nieeting last Fridav J. C. Ardrey,
A . . business session
F o r e s t G r o v e San Francisco.
officers were elected for the com-
Mrs. Wagner taught school in ¡ ing year: President, Mrs. E. G. (FIRST PUBLICATION JUNE 9 TO)
this vicinity some years ago, and
afterwards taught for some years , i „ Mills;
™ vice president, Mrs. .. A. ... G. Notice ADMINISTRATOR’S
in the Indian schools in Arizona. Hoffman, secretary, Mrs. M. W.
Court of Washington
She was transferred from there j Patton; treasurer, Mrs. S. L. County
County has appointed George 0.
to the Indian schools at Miles. Carlyle.
Gray as Administrator of the es
Fresh and Salted Meats. Home Made Pork Sausage “Just
tate of William C. Gray, deceas
Like Dad Used to Make ‘Down on the Farm.’ "
and therefore all parties hav
of Ohio, and a graduate of the will be in Forest Grove Friday. ed.
claims against said estate
Ohio Northern University. He July 15, on their first tour of ing
present the same, properly
in of char^
Northern California. Oregon. verified,
according to law, to the
Cash P aid
Administrator at the office
an d P elts
preservation in Nevada. After Washington and British Colum said
Every T hu rsday
Langley and Son, in Forest
August 1, Mr. and Mrs. Wagner bia. The entertainment will be of
Grove, on or before six month-)
l 80»*, MOORF. 6c WILHE.LMSON
the first publication of this
ceeds to go toward equiping the from
new gymnasium. It will thus he Dated at Forest Grove this 9th
a double opportunity to hear a day of June, 1910.
Wednesday evening witnessed high class entertainment and con
George C. Gray,
die joint installation of officers tribute
Administrator of the Es
for the ensuing year of the local institutions. No one interested
tate of William C.
lodges of Odd Fellows and Re-
bekahs. The hall was prettily in bovs at home or abroad should Langley and Son,
for the occasion, and
an excellent orchestra furnished
appropriate music. After the
ceremonies a bounteous lunch
was served by the ladies, and the
Compare Y o u r I ime
gathering broke up at a late hour
well satisfied with the evening’s
with a reliable clock
entertainment. A number of
visiting brothers and sisters, in
Y o u find it fast or si w, and
cluding ourselves, attended the
The I. O. O. F. placed H. D.
should have it attended to at
Ott in the chair of the Noble
Grand and O. C. Schofield in the
the earliest possible moment by
seat of the Vice Gra d. Miss
Kate Jackson was honored by the
Rebekahs with the mantle of au
Repair»« of All Kinds A Specialty — Best Work thority,
and Miss Dee Darling
T h e Main Street Jeweler
was elected Vice-Grand. Mrs.
Mary A. Hill takes office as sec
retary and Miss Florence Tem
All Work Guaranteed
Oregon Land 6c Trading Co.
Farm and City Property
Forest Grove Planing Mil Co.
Forest Grove, Ore.
Once More Cupid Triumphs
W. E. Prickett
Forest Grove Meat Market
M ack rod t
E. M. F. 30 & Flanders 20