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The United Railways survey-
The Baker and Heisler machine
Money to loan on farm prop
ing crew working in the Glen- finished threshing Tuesday, and
erty. Langley and Son.
wood section with which Mr. and grain is lighter than last year.
Charlie Adkins o f Glenwood, Mrs. Archie Clark were connect
Rev. Guy R. Stover, o f Hills
the mighty hunter, is in town to ed, have finished their work.
will conduct the services at
Mrs. Clark is visit.ng friends in
Watt's church next Sunday.Sept.
Clarence Jackson o f Tillamook,
4, at 11 o ’clock.
K. M. Staehr was a business
is visiting his father, O. C. Jack- the hot-spsings for his health.
visitor to Portland, yesterday.
Prof, and Mrs. Gardner and
son in this city.
Dr. J. P. Frizzei and wife of
the young ladies from Rippling
Schultz pays 27^ for fresh
“ Personal Responsibility” is
Waters camp attended Sunday
eggs. Bring them in.
the subject o f the morning ser relatives in Willamina, Oregon, School last Sunday at the W att’s
9 I / *
T h ro
Miss Maggie Taylor, o f Port mon at the Christian church. and will probably visit here with church.
land, visited with her parents Evening- ‘ ‘Turning many to right Arthur Parker before returning
home.- Mrs. Frizzell was form
Mrs. Clementine Elmore, wdio Elgin
erly Miss Lena Parker of this resides in Mexico, and who has
Always a positive feed to the city, and well-known as an elo been visiting her sister, Mrs. Haz-
The public schools o f this city
will open Sept. 19. The Univer Parker “ Lucky Curve” Fount qutionist.
zard, the past two weeks, left for
ain Pen. Go to Shearer, the
sity Sept. 21.
Portland Tuesday to visit other
Main St. Jeweler, and get one on
daughter born to the wife o f
School will open soon: fit the 10 days trial.
Charles Nagel, a cigar maker
boys out with Clothes etc. at
The ladies of the District and
Mrs. C. L. Large and daughter here, the 28th irst. Parties Hill met at the homes of Mrs. J.
Lucile, went to Portland Friday wishing the attendance o f Dr. B. Prickett and Mrs. D.B. Adams
W. E. Prickett, the confection and visited with friends until Large in this class o f cases, will
last Thursday and helped Mrs.
er, was a business visitor to the Monday, attending the big tent greatly oblige him, if conven
DeMoss get bedding and clothing
Rose city Tuesday.
show while there.
ient, by engaging his services to replace that lost in the burning
two or three months prior to the o f her home.
Miss Peail Smith, with the
The Primary Department has
Hillsboro Argus, visited relatives charge o f the Sunday school next expected event.
A picnic will be held Friday on
in this city Monday.
Sunday. Come and see their
Miss Hazel Aldrich will leave the banks o f Gales Creek opposite
O. Brown o f this city, made a work. 234 present last Sunday. the employ o f the Independent J. H.DeMoss’s place. Everyone
business trip to Corvallis, Mon Let us make it 250. E. V. Stivers. telephone office this week, after will be welcome. The men ex
day, returning Tuesday.
Ben net and Hebner, o f Port several years’ faithful services, pect to help work on the house of
and her place will be taken by Mr. DeMoss while the ladies will
D. D. Sage, ranching in the land, are putting in a moving- Miss Irma Quick. Miss Grace serve a dinner. The young folks Elgin W atches are Unsi; jnsyed
Oakhill section, was a business
in A ccuracy & Quality t\ at. .eg
tle hall, and will be ready for Newton, one o f the “ hello” girls will enjoy games and races.
visitor in this city Monday.
business the first o f next week. is in Salem this week, and will
be bridesmaid at the wedding of
Monday evening, Sept. 5, For
James T. Newberry, aged 65
est Chapter No. 42, O. E. S., will
Will Thornburgh, ranching in a friend today. Miss Reta Ma- years, died at the home o f his
hold a regular communication.
the Banks section, and a brother crum is filling Miss Newton’s po daughter, Mrs. D. G. Lilly, at
of John Thornburgh o f the For sition, pro tern.
Hillside, Tuesday evening. He
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Needham
est Grove National Bank, was a
was born in Illinois and had lived
and son Charles have returned
business visitor in towg yester
in the vicinity o f Hillside for
from a two weeks visit at New
twenty years. His first w ife
John Ward and wife returned died some years ago. He is sur M rs. M . A . T h o m a s
Have just received a large con
Mrs. W. B. Shively visited in
signment o f new fall millinery to their Eastern home Thursday. vived by his second w ife and two
the Grove yesterday, en route to
children: James Newberry, of
Fashionable Dressv cher
and will be prepared to show the
Wm. Harris, the new Livery
her home in Portland from New
latest creations in women’ s head man, made a flying trip to Port Orenco, and Mrs. Lilly. Funeral
Cor. 2nd. St' and 1st. Ave. tenth.
services will be held here today,
wear at an early date. Miss G. land Friday.
F o re s t G ro v e , O re g o n
with interment in the Hillside
Horses sent for and delivered Kirkwood.
W. W. Thomas and wife made
to any part of the City. Ind
Grant Hughes, while backing a business trip to f ortiand one
Phone No. 322 Harris & Mark
The residence o f Thomas Bell
his bubble-wagon up the street day this week.
inger, at Fern Hill, two miles
this morning ran into a hack
Presiding Elder C. C. Poling southeast o f this city, was burn-
Mrs. George Spillman (nee driven by W. Buckley o f Thatch
Berthe Scott) spent Sunday with er, and dished in the two hind preached in the Evangalist church | «d Monday morning. Mr. Bellin-
i ger was away from home, and
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. wheels o f the vehicle.
j his wife was in the yard at the
h red Clay Bellinger, son o f Mr.
Rev. Barber preached jn the: time the fire started, and did not
Miss Gertrude Kirkwood, the and Mrs. John Bellinger o f this Congregational Church Sunday discover the blaze until the roof
milliner, has returned from sev city, and Miss Helen Davison, of morning and evening, it being his was partly consumed. Quick
eral weeks spent in Portland se Portland, secured a marriage li regular day.
work on the part o f Mrs. Bellin-
lecting her fall stock.
The Underwood residence js g ?r
the hired man saved the
Multnomah county this week.
Mrs, Hamilton and daughter
about completed, making an im- ^1^ ° ianÌ f . ev„e„ral
hold furniture. The loss is esti
Edith, of Underwood, Washing
Walter Purdin find wife, form provement in the appearance o f mated at about fifteen hundred
ton visited this week at the home erly o f this city, now making the main street.
dollars, with no insurance.
of Mrs. M. A. Thomas.
their home at Tillamook, came
T h e n otes y o u w rite will take
Judges and Clerks for the
Mrs. J. T. Shannon and daugh over the
an additional daintiness it wiitten
ter Katheryn, with Geo. NcGee,
Chas. Griffin went, to Banks
left yesterday for a two weeks
on our latest correct stationer,. It
and general elections, have been
camping on the Nehalem.
appointed, as follows: North pre is the last word of fashion in aids to
John Williams and wife, who
Dr. and Mrs. Bean were in
Mrs. Giggear was shopping in cinct, H. T. Buxton, J. C. Clark, correspondence that you cannoi af
Portland Friday to meet their formerly lived in their store the Metropolis Tuesday.
J. T. Fletcher, Charles M illei;
niece from Wisconsin, who will building on Pacific avenue, have
South precinct, W. M. Langley. ford to ignore.
attend school here this winter.
Carl Hinman, A. B. Todd, Vic
A b o x o f this sta licn ciy
First Avenue, South. Don Gilt- in our neighborhood the past week Fuqua, J. H. Thornburgh, J. A.
T. W. Sain,a prominent ranch ner has moved into the building
should by al. means be in your va
Mr. at d Mrs. Killin attended Abbott. Two officials for the
er o f Scnggin’ s Valley, : eports vacated by Mr. Williams.
trunk or suit case. Better
the circus at Portland Thursday.
that his 37 acre oat field gave a
appointed to take the place o f a get it to-day “ lest you foiget ”.
yield of 117 bushels to the acre.
The little Van Dehey boy who mistake in appointing R.H. Peter
number of.about fifty from the
Charles Smith, the painter, is Sunday school of the Christian was kicked by a horse last week, son and J. A. Abbott, who live in Forest Grove Pharmacy
is critically ill.
the South precinct.
suffering from a severe swelling church had a jolly picnic in the
TH E UP-TO -D A TE OBUG GISTS
in his left eye, the t'ouh'o being Naylor grove last night. A big
The new church was completed
The neighbors o f Mrs. DeMoss,
probably caused from lead poison bonfire was lighted, and the mer- last Thursday and will be dedi living four miles from this city i ’ llO N F .S :
Ind * •
ry party played games until a cated Sept. ilth .
•-■.71 C J K L I V F P v
Frank McNamer, who lives in
Wm.Phillip and w ife left Wed home was last week destroyed by
Hop picking began in the Wes nesday for Curry county where fire, gave her a kitchen shower,
the famous apple region o f North
ern Washington, visited Ibis week ton yards on the North-west edg- they expect to reside several yrs. Monday, at ihe home o f Mr:.;. 1
Kennedy. Many useful g ib s in.
with his father. John McNamer, o f town today. Another week
John Parsons commence i pick the way of household furnishings
will see active operations in the
in this city._________________
yards in all sectisnsof the county ing hops the first o f the month. were gi ven Mrs. DeMoss. a id as j
Rev. E. V. Stivers has bought a n d
if the weather remains He expects to have 20 days pick an affair o f this kind carries its j
residence property o f Professor favorable the middle o f Septem ing.
own reward, every one pre entj
Ben Kori, in South Park, where ber will see the crop gathered.
was made happy
Mrs. C. A.
he will hereafter reside.
Littler. Miss Emma Penfield a id |
The clever window decoration agent for the Canton Disc Plow, Mrs. Senger attended from this j
Supt. Moore o f the Methodist with copies o f the Delineator, the was transacting business at Roy city.
church w:ts in the city last even well-known fashion magazine, this week.
ing attending the
quarterly seen in the Pacific Avenue Drug
The business men o f Newberg, j
Joe Moore had the misfortune
conference, which is the last o f store three weeks ago, won for
the thriving and progressive little !
to get three toes smashed while
the conference year.
C. A. Littler a prize of five dol working for the United Railway city twenty miles South o f here, j g
are anxious to have the Oregon !
Hon. Hubert Bernards, o f Ver- lars, offered by the publication Company.
Electric Railway people build
boort and McMinnville, was in
from Forest Grove to that place,
the Grove yesterday, shaking
Forest Grove, spent the first of and according to Commander J. |
hands and discussing matters
Frank Fletcher returned Tues the week at the home o f the tat W. R. Beach, who was there
political with friends.
day from a visit with friends in ters sister, Mrs. Ryals.
last week and in conversation
While gone he and
with them, they will appoint a
George Boldrick and family, Corvallis.
The ladies met at the home of committee to confer with a like
have returned to their home in Professor Bradley, formerly of P.
this city, after several weeks U., went deer hunting and suc Mrs. J. D. Hilley last Wednes committee which they hope this
spent in camping on the Wilson ceeded in getting a buck. Mr. day and organized a Women’ s city will appoint to act with them,
Fletcher leaves to-morrow to as Aid Society. Seventeen joined. the object being for the joint
over and at Tillar
sume his duties as principal of Refreshments were served and a committees to confer writh the T h a t's th e v e rd ict of tho*«
A new cross-walk has l*e*'n put the Garfield, Washington, public pleasant time spent.
w h o patronize
railway company relative to the
in between the Congregational schools.
Church and the free reading
This line would run thru one o f
Besides the business man men
room. This helps some, but much
the finest farming sections in the
O u r Stock 1» C om plete
more sidewalk repairing is need
O u r C lerks A r e Courteous
Willamette valley,and would not
Hop picking will begin soon.
having been arrested and fined
ed in this city.
O u r P rices A r e Low
. only add to the value and popu-
for riding his bike on a prohibit
Miss Ruth rrost o f Bethany,is lation o f the territory traversed,
Thomas W. Pittinger, an at ed sidewalk. Chief o f Police Bill
Let Us Please You, 1°°
torney o f Portland, and a deputy Dooers has “ pinched” several assisting Mrs. Adams with her but would be o f much benefit to
Forest Grove and Newberg.
district attorney in Washington men and boys for fracturing the housework.
H . T . Giltner
county over twenty-five years ordinance and marched them to
John R.Stevenson,«f Portland,
ago, died at his home Saturday the Recorder, who names the is enjoying a vacation at Elk
Ind. P hone 701 M ain Stre*
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