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Dr. S. T. Linklater, o f Hills
boro, was elected second vice-
president o f the Oregon State
Medical Association, which was
in session at Portland last week.
Alexander Robinson, who grad
uated from Pacific University
this year, will take the Rhodes
Scholarship examination at Eu
gene this fall. Should he win
over the other contestants, he
will be entitled to a four years’
course at Oxford, England, with
all expenses paid from a fund set
aside by the late Cecil Rhodes, the
African diamond magnate, for
Isaac N. Harrel.the sheepherd-
er who was hanged at Salem Fri
day for the murder o f the New
ell brothers in Lake county a
couple o f months ago. was born
in the Gales Creek section forty-
eight years ago, and his grand
father, Isaac Harrell, was one of
the first settlers in that section.
While l i v i n g i n Washington
county Harrell was peaceable,and
bore a good reputation.
Mrs. M. A. Thomas
Fashionable Dressm aker
Cor. 2nd. St- and 1st. Ave. South.
Forest Grove, Oregon
Everyday w e’re making
Come in and get your share
of the GOOD THINGS
W . F. Schultz
Market and Grocery
Go to Anderson’s for youi fall
Herb Smith, a Hillside farmer,
suit and overcoat.
was in town Monday.
REM EM BER—Dr. Booth guar
Will trade one seated buggy for
all glasses for 1 year,
cow. Enquire P ress office,
Bruce Wilkes o f Hillsboro was
Mrs. Esther Galloway,of Banks,
Grove visitor Saturday.
was shopping in the Grove Mon
Dr. Knox, a one-time resident
this city, was in the Grove the
Professor Ferguson was a bus
o f the week.
iness visitor to the Rose city Sat
Anything and everthing in
Miss Hollinger, o f Cornelius, hardware, buggies, carriages and
was calling on friends in the wagons at Hinman’ s.
Mrs. Bert Ives, o f the Glen-
C. 0. Roe and wife attended wood section, was a Grove visitor
the races at the Portland live the fore-part of the week.
stock show Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Miles o f
J. D. Mickle,theHillside dairy Oregon City, visited Sunday at
man, was a business visitor in the home o f their son F.T. Miles,
in this city.
the Grove Saturday.
Call or Telephone Your Orders
Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats
Fish and Vegetables of All Kinds
Free Delivery to All Parts of City
Both Phones Pac. A ve Forest Grove
. rotriM ie.O M C M .^
repaired in the right way at right
Attorney John Henry Steven
prices. Arthur Shearer, Main St. son o f Portland, visited this
week with his father, R. 0 . Stev
in this city.
Orange Van Buren Spencer, o f
Eastern Oregon, is visiting with
W AN TED —Girl for gener: 1
his father, G. N. Spencer, north housework. School girl would
west of town.
be considered. Phone Ind 234,
Casper Jasper, a prosperous Mrs. E. E. Williams.
farmer o f the Verboort section,
Don’ t forget the big auction
was a business visitor to the next Wednesday at C. and H.
Delsman, 4 miles southeast o f
See advertisment in
Lincoln Geiger, Recorder of
Cornelius, was in the Grove Sat
urday in connection with busi
Don’ t get glasses from the
ness pertaining to his office.
inexperienced street fakir. See
A. R. Strahan and wife, of
Moffett, visited Sunday with the
letter s parents, I)r. and Mrs.
Nixon, Mr. Strahar leaving Mon
day to look after his mining in
terests in Washington.
To Poultry Raisers—Highest
Messers. Schulmerich and Bar
I- cash prices paid for chickens,
rett, with their ladies, motored
11 eggs and butter by the Schultz
| up from Hillsboro Sunday, and en
market, Forest Grove.
joyed a few moments in the col-
When you buy your new wagon
jack, get the “ Union.” Simplest,
stongest and most useful, Once
used always used. J. B Mat-
thews, A gen t
"NECTAR O f
TH E GOBS
trip to Soda Springs Sunday, re
maining for dinner and return-
ii g in the evening, they w'ere;
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Haines, Mr.
and Mrs. Gerald Volk, Dr. and|
Mrs. Hines,Misses MancheLang
P ress .
ley and Bernice Haines, Dr.
j “ Happy Jack” Wright has re Scheetz and Willis Hit es.
turned fiom a couple of months
spent in British Columbia. Jack
There Can Be No
says they have plenty o f money
Real Value Without Quality
up there, but he likes the climate
Some people value goods by the
of Oregon lietter.
price they pay, others by the j
George H. Marsh, clerk o f the store in which they buy. Still
United Slates court, Portland, others by what their neighbors
formerly living in this cit>, had say.
his pockets picked Sunday, w hile
Those who value goods by the
Doesn't compare with oar boarding a street car. losing be goods themselves always buy
tween ten and fifteen dollars.
Chi-Namel when in wa t o f Var
SODA W ATER
Rev. D. A. Watters, one time nish.
Come in and try it
pastor o f t h e local Methodist
It’ s the kind that can bewash-
church, has resigned as pastor o f ed with boiling water and soap—
the Patton-Methodist church, the kind that is not injured b y
North Albina, preaching his fare- hard knocks from either hammer
Forest Grove well sermon Sunday morning.
or Heel. Geo. G. Paterson.
D. S. Wilcox, a well-known
farmer o f the Gaston section,
was a business visitor in the
Grove Monday, part o f his busi
ness being to subscribe for ihe
Booth Jewelry C<
Dr. Booth who has ha 1 18 years
experience and guarantees his
Gussie Smith, who formerly
lived in this city, now making
his home in Portland, visited
with friends and relatives here
Augustus Wagner has returned
fiom a summer's work at Gear
hart beach, and will be ready to
re-enter Pacific University when
Cash Paid for All Farm Produce
Ula Hanna and Oscar Alstrom,
That gasolene stove you need
with their wives, are spending can be purchased at Hinman’s,
several days at the coast.
two and three burners, with or
Watches, clocks and jewelry without ovens.
The Drs. N ixor, senior and
junior, with Mrs. Nixon, return
ed Saturday after spending the
In DRY GOODS BARGAINS
summer at Newport. The Drs.
Wert into the Nehclom country
Tuesday to look after timber
Willis Goff, Carl Nicholson,H. lauds th v own in that section.
Deckert, and mine Imsi Ives
Forest Grove, Ore.
Dr. Edgar H. Brown, the for-
ot the Forest Grove hotel, attend- mer well-known physician o f this
jed the races at the Portland live city, now having offices in the
I stock show Friday.
Corbett building, Portland,sends
Holmen Ferrin returned last in a year’s subscription to the
| week from his summer work with P r e ss , a; d says he likes it so
i the United Railways surveying well he can’ t do without it.
crew. Holman w ore a cute little “ That’s what they all say.”
Vandyke w hen he first blew in.
A merry party made an auto
Hoffman and Allen Company
The Progressive Store
T h e B ig St or e
Forest Grove, Ore.
P A C IF IC
M U T U A L FIRE
PRINCIPAL OFFICE. FOREST GROVE. OREGON
If you want up-to-date, reliable and trustworthy
plumbing fixtures installed, or repairs made,
get in touch with the practical plumber
H. L. DECKERT
Forest Grove, Oregon
THIS IS THE M W YOU HEED
If the hoofs o f your horse need to
be shod. I have the metal, the
knowledge, the skill and the will
ingness to put your horses right
when they need a firm footing.
I also do General Black.1 mithing,
anything and everything.
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Offers thorough instruction in college and
Its Laboratories are well equipped for
Conservatory gives superior instruction
Typewriting, Stenography and Commer
cial Branches are taught by competent in
Clean athletics and various student activ
ities are encouraged.
The new gymnasium, fitted with all mod
em appliances, including a fine Running
Track and Swimming Pool, is added to the
equipment for the coming year.