Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, July 28, 1910, Image 10

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    Monday Miss Amy Thomas
0. C. Jackson returned from
went up to Stevensen. Wash., Tillamook Saturday, bringing
^^A dditional Local Items | where she may teach the follow­
back a party of ocean visitors
consisting of Mrs. Don Giltner
ing school year.
^
of General Interest j
(INCORPORATED)
Miss Lena Hancock, of Cornel­ Mrs. A. C. Philip and two child­
ren, and J. C. Giltner.
Edward Seymour, Mgr.
Net Johnson was in the Grove ius, has returned home from a
Ray Giltner, Jim Brickey and
Saturday from the Spring Hill visit with her sister, Mrs. Frank
Bert Brede have gene to Lake
Jensin
at
Timber.
farm.
Farm and City Property
S.Levy, formerly in the butch­ county, Eastern Oregon, where
Will Prickett. the confectioner,
they will spend the rest of the
was a business visitor to the Rose er business in this city, but now summer. Ray made the heart of
Both Phones
Forest Grove, Oregon
making his home in Portland was
City Monday.
many a Forest Grove dog glad by
a Grove caller Saturday.
taking with him his savage white
REMEMBER-Dr. Booth guar­
Many times one needs a pair of “ bull” .
antees all glasses for 1 year, tf
extra trousers to fill in between
H. G. King of this city has an­
Haskell Ferrin, of the Forest seasons: see the “ Curlee” Pants
B ell, M 2 3 5
T elep h o n e *
Ind. No. 451
nounced
himself as a candidate
Grove National Bank, was a Sun­ 2.50 to $6.00 at Andersons.
for
endorsement
by the Republi­
day visitor in the Rose city.
C. Franklin Koch, business can assembly at Hillsboro Satur­
For sunburn nothing better manager of last year’s weekly day, for county treasurer. Mr.
than cold cream, we keep the Index, is now shipping clerk for King was city recorder of Forest
best. Forest Grove Pharmacy. Fisher-Thornsen, Portland.
M a n u fac tu rer* of
Grove some years ago,and farm­
ed
for some time near Greenvilk.
Comrade R. W. McNutt and
All Kinds of Mill Work, Frames, Sash, Doors,
Albert Mills, formerly in the
wife, of Cornelius, attended the blacksmithing business in this
The dynamo belonging toE.W.
Blinds and Mouldings
tent meeting in this city Friday. city, now ranching in the Mann­ Haines, and formerly used in the
A watch is a necessity to every ing section, was in town Monday. electric light power-house here,
man, woman, boyorgirl. Shear­ Edgar Meresse, local newspap­ was taken by four horse team to
Full and Complete Line of Rough and Finished, Kiln
er can supply you, with the best er man, was in Portland Sunday, the Parson’s mill about 3 miles
Dried Lumber, Always in Stock. Best Shingle
at right prices.
tf
and attended the last day’s sess- north west of this city, where it
and Lath. Cement, Sand and Lime
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ion
of the Gladstone Chautauqua. will be installed and used by Mr.
Columbia Graphaphones and
Haines to furnish electric power
records help to pass an evening
Mrs. H. A.Gates and daughter, in case anything goes wrong with
away. Get them at the Forest Mrs. Jim Brickley, living on the
Agents for
his upper plant.
Grove Pharmacy.
Thatcher road two miles north­
Sherwin-Williams Paints
That gasolene stove you need west of town, were Grove shop­
Legal Notices
can be purchased at Hinman’s, pers Saturday.
two and three burners, with or
Paroid Roofing
When you buy your new wagon
without ovens.
tf
jack, get the “ Union.” Simplest, NOTICE OF SCHOOL INDEMNITY SELECTION.
j
Atty.E. Burke Tongue aud wife stongest and most useful. Once
United States Land Office,
Portland, Oregon,
of Hillsboro, will go to Astoria 1 used always used. J. B. Mat­
June 20, 1910.
thews,
Agent.
tf
this week to remain for some
Notice
in
hereby
given
that the
weeks. He has the settlement
Mrs. Mary E. Cady, mother of State of Oregon, on March
3rd,
of the Elmore estate.
W.L.Cady of this city, came from 1910, applied for the SW1 of N
John Frisbie and family, living Sunnyside Washington,last week Wi, Sec. 11, Tp. 2 North, R 6
at the north edge of town, will and will spend the summer here West., and filed in this office a
list of School Indemnity Selec­
leave for the coast tomorrow, I with her son.
tions in which it selected said
where they will enjoy the ocean
Matt Hines, formerly in the land; and that said list is open
breezes for three v'eeks.
blacksmithing business in this to the public for inspection.
Any and all persons, claiming
John Cornelius, formerly a city, now ranching above Gales adversely the above described
resident of this city and at one | Creek, was a business visitor in land, or claiming the same under
Watch Repairing A Specialty
the mineral laws, or desiring to
time a member of the town coun­ town Saturday.
show
said land to be more valu­
cil, was in from his farm in the
Art. Thomas, formerly living
for mineral than for agricul-
P aterson B lock
Pacific A vanua
F o re s t G ro ve
Blooming section Saturday.
here, later a storekeeper of Sher­ | able
tural purposes, or object to said
Horace E. Thomas and wife, idan, but now ranching in the selection for any legal reason,
both former well-known young Oakhill section, was a business j should file their claims or their
affidavits of protest or contest in
I people of this city, Horace now visitor in the Grove Saturday.
this
office on or before the 12th
being on the Oregonian, were
Sam Gilpin, formerly of this day of August, 1910.
YOU AUTO
1 Seaside guests the past week.
city, now farming in the Gaston
Chas. B. Merrick,
T ry o u r in v ig o ra tin g a n d re fre sh in g
Register.
section,
was in town Monday,
Wm. M. Harris and family, who
J.
C.
Ardrey,
shaking
hands
with
old
friends.
I recently sold their place West of
SODA
Receiver.
town, left Friday for a few weeks Sam prefers ranching to city life.
33-6t
with pure crushed fruits for flavoring:.
You are not limited to crushed fruits, how­ camping trip along the Wilson
The Tillamook Headlight re­
ever. O ur C hocolate I ce C ream S odas ! river and at the Tillamook beach. ports the sale of a garden truck
NOTICE Of SCHOOL INDEMNITY SELECTION.
and N ut S undaes are simply delicious.
Mrs. W. S. McFarland and farm near that city which brought
United States Land Office,
daughter, of Marshfield, Oregon, $600 per acre. This is climbing
Portland, Oregon,
W . E. Prickett
June 20, 1910.
returned to their home Tuesday, toward the high prices asked for
Pacific Ave.
Forest Grove after a two weeks visit with Mr. Hood River apple land.
Notice is hereby given that the
Ezra Kirts,a prominent farmer State of Oregon, on March 5.
and Mrs. F. T. Miles in this city.
1910, applied for thp NWJ of N
of the Kansas City section, and WJ,
Sec. 11, Tp. 2 North. R. 6
Mrs. C. L. Large and Lucile, a Washington county boy who
West.,
and filed in this office a
| went to Portland Saturday and
enlisted in the army during the list of School Indemnity Selec­
Forest Grove M eat Market
visited over Sunday with friends
war with Spain, was a business tions in which it selected said
: in. the Rose City. The Doctor
land; and that said list is open to
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visitor to the Grove Monday.
Fresh and Salted M eats. H om e M ade P ork Sausage “Just
went down Sunday morning and
the public for inspection.
L ike D ad U sed to M ake ‘D ow n on the F arm .’ ”
Harold Jensin, the Banks mer
Any and all persons, claiming
accompanied them hon e
cantile man, who is visiting his adversely the above described
Mrs.Clifford Brown left Thurs­ sister, Mrs. Claude Chestaine, at land, or claiming the same under
day
morning for Newport, ac Klamath Falls, writes that he the mineral laws, or desiiing to
F reah Fish
C a sh P a id fo r Hide*
E v ery T h u rsd a y
a n d P elt*
companied by Mrs. N. L. Atkins has made a delightful fishing trip show said land to be more valu­
for mineral than for agricult­
of Portland. They will spend to the Harri nan summer home at able
ural purposes, or to object to
several weeks with the latter’s Pelican Bay Lodge.
PHONES
M O O R E & W IL H 1 L M S O N
said selection for any legal rea­
sister, Mrs. Samuel E. Todd.
son, should file their claims or
W. A. Verboort, a prosperous their affidavits of protest or con­
D. J.DuBruille, wife and two farmer in the Verboort section, test in this office on or before the
children, of Portland, and Miss has sold 40 acres of his fine farm­ 12th day of August, 1910.
Chas. B. Merrick.
Ida Brock, of Pittsburg, Penn., ing land to C. J. Taylor, from
Register.
were visitors to this city Sunday, Washington state, through the
Mr. DuBruille was formerly edi­ agency of W. L, Cady, for a eon- J. C. Ardrey,
Receiver.
tor and owner of the Cottage sidei ation of $£650.
33-6t
Grove Leader.
O, H. Fry, a real estate dealer
of Oakville, Washington, was in
Compare Your Time
this city Friday.on his way to at­
tend the funeral of the late Will­
with a reliable clock
iam Shearer, his brother in law,
who died Wednesday and was
You find i t fast or si: w, and
buried Friday in the Hillside
cemetery.
should have it attended to at
Oregon Land & Trading Co.
I
Forest Grove Planing Mill Co.
Forest Grove, Ore.
Council Street,
M. I. Abbott
Jeweler and Optician
min
Albert C. Mar.krodt SELLS
Indian
Motor
Cycles
EL M. F. 30 & Flanders 20
AUTOM OBILES
Repairing
of
All Kinds A Specialty — Best Work
Forest Grove,
Oregon
Hubert Bernards.one time state
the earliest possible moment by
representative from this county,
was in the city Saturday. Mr.
A R T H U R SH E AR E R
Bernards has large farm holdings
in Yamhill county and spends
T he M ain Street Jeweler
much of his time there, but still
claims Washington county as his
voting place.
Cleaning, Repairing and Regulating.
All W ork G uaranty