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o f G en era l Interest
E. G. Mills was in Portland on
- business Wednesday.
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Walter Purdin o f Hillsboro was
a Grove visitor Wednesday.
D. D. Sage of the Oakhill dis
trict was in the Grove yesterday.
L. L. Hollinger and son o f Cor
nelius were transacting business
in the Grove Tuesday.
4th. Annual Sale 4th.
Sample Underwear & Sweaters
E HAVE something exceedingly good to offer you
at this sale. The goods were bought at two-thirds
o f regular price and will be sold at the same rate. I
250 garments, no two alike. All grades are represented, *
every one of them a genuine bargain
and they are worthy o f your consideration.
them before buying your winter underwear.
Be sure to see
The sale begins
the 15th of Sept, at
cr Abraham ’s
Home Baking Co.
Finest o f B read and Pastry B a k e d E v e ry D a y
W e sell 6 loaves of bread for
F re e D elivery to A ll Parts o f th e C ity
YOU AU TO
Try our invigorating and refreshing
Porter Tupper o f Dilley was a
visitor at the Game Warden’ s
with pure crushed fruits for flavoring.
office yesterday, and deputy
You are not limited to crushed fruits, how
ever. O ur C hocolate I ce C ream S odas Wirtz issued him a license to fish
for the festive trout.
and N ut S undaes are simply delicious.
Dan Parkins, a farmer o f Gales
Creek, came to the Grove Tues
F orest G r o v e day, and returned home with a
new riding plow, with which he
will turn over the sod this fall.
W . E. Prickett
Pacific A v e .
The State Game Warden's
Miss Pearl Stevenson is atteni-
office in this city is receiving a ing High School at Forest Grove.
fresh coat o f paint.
School will begin Oct. 10 jn.
Harold Jensen, the Banks mer stead o f Oct. 3 as previously
chant, was a business visitor in stated.
the Grove yesterday.
F. Blackman, who has been at
Henry Shorb has returned from Hood River on business, returned
a two weeks’ visit in the East Sunday.
ern part o f the state.
Mrs. R. M. Bisbee came out
Ferd Hartrampf o f Hillsboro, was from Portland Monday on a busi
in the Grove Wednesday looking ness trip.
after business affairs.
Dr. Tucker was called to M.
Monday morning to
S pecial S a l e of Silk Um
brellas at Booths Jewelry Com
Wilbur Harper, o f Gales creek
visited with friends in Hillsboro
and Portland, last week.
pany. 25% off. This week
WANTED- Good, sound driv
Bill Wilkes, a farmer o f the
ing horse, 900 to 1000 pounds.
Dilley section, visited the Grove
M. J. Crunican, Gaston.
on business bent Wednesday.
J. M. Hamblin o f Timber was
Tom Sain, a prosperous farmer
a business visitor in the Grove
Scoggin’s valley, was looking
the fore-part of the week.
after business matters in this
Peterson, the grape and prune citv yesterday.
grower o f David’s Hill, brought
Norvel Atkins, Portland Agent
in a load o f product Tuesday.
o f the Oregon Electric railway
Mrs. W. R. D o u g l a s and
company, was calling on Grove
daughter, o f Gales Creek, were
shopping in the Grove Saturday.
Henry Kreider, who formerly
Jack Shaw, who has been work
lived in this city, but who is now
ing the past summer at Buxton,
connected with a logging camp
is visiting in the Grove this week.
in Yamhill couny, visited friends
Watches, clocks and jewelry re in the Grove this week.
paired in the right way at right
Mr. and Mrs. E. Meresse re
prices. Arthur Shearer, Main
to their home in this city
Tuesday, having spent the sum
Rev. E. C. Brackenbury, o f mer in their cottage at Seaside.
McMinnville passed through the Mrs. Meresse was quite ill for
Grove Wednesday on his way to several weeks, but has regained
the Rose city.
WANTED—Girl to learn type
The Nonpareil Club met Friday
setting. Must have good knowl
evening at t h e home o f Miss
edge o f grammar and spelling.
Mamie Loomis. Business mat
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ters were transacted, after which
Umbrellas, Cravenetts, Over the members spent a delightful
coats, Rain Hats and Caps, Slick evening in social conversation.
ers, Sweaters, Mackinaws and Dainty refreshments were served
Flannel Shirts at Anderson’s.
the guests by Miss Loomis.
Walter Sears and Charlie Wal
Gordon Brown, who graduated
ker are traveling in Southern from P. U. last June, and who is
Oregon, sizing up the towns and taking a course atO. A. C.,learn
villages o f that section o f the ing the scientific method o f fruit
culture, writes the P r e s s that
Dr. Chas. Pollock left Sunday
afternoon for Glendale where he
will locate, having purchased the
practice o f a Southern Oregon
Dentist. Dr. Charles will be the
only tooth carpenter in that city.
D A IL Y V IA
OREGON ELECTRIC RAILT
A N D C H O IC E O F
And Other Eastern Points
For rates, sleeper reservations, and full information address
A. L Ruff. A. G. F. & P. A.
J. E. Fanner, Agent
Oregon Electric Railway
Ore. Elec, Ry.
G r o f if c
The lecture at the church was
put off until some future time,on
account o f the rainstorm Sunday.
Mrs. I. P. S en gerof the Grove
entertained Mrs. F. Blackman
and children of this place Friday
Mrs. Chloe Shepard and baby
son o f Portland spent the week
end with the baby’s grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dilley.
The Pacific Monthly’s Special
The Pacific Monthly, of Port
land, Oregon, is a beautifully ill
ustrated magazine which gives
very full information about the
resources and opportunities of the
country lying West of the Rock
ies. It tells all about the Gov-
ernment Reclamation Projects,
free Government lan# and tells
about the districts adapted to
fruit raising, dairying, poultry
raising, etc. It h a s splendid
stories bv Jack London anti other
The price is $1.50 a year, but
to introduce it we will send six
months for fifty cents. This off
er must be accepted on or before
February 1, 1911.
name and address accompanied
by fifty cents in stamps and learn
all about Oregon, Washington,
Idaho and California. Address,
The Pacific Monthly, Portland,
Notice is hereby given that the
enter undersigned has been appointed
enthu by the County Court of Washing
ton County as Administratrix of
the estate o f George W. Parker,
John Bergeson, whose home is deceased, and all persons having
in Scoggin’ s Valley, died Monday bills against the said estate fire
evening, Oct. 3rd. about 6 o ’ clock hereby notified to present the
same, properly verified, accord
at the home o f F. F. Lahaie at
ing to law, to me at the office of
Verbort. Mr. Bergeson was born Langley and Son in Forest Grove,
sixty-four years ago in France, Oregon, before the expiration of
came to Oregon a number o f six months from the first publi
years ago and has lived in Scog cation o f this notice.
gin’ s Valley for about ten years.
Administratrix of the estate
He was ill only a few days. In o f George W. Parker, deceased.
terment occured Wednesday,Oct
Dated September 29. 1 10.
ober 5th at the Verboort ceme 47-5t
Langley & Son, Alt’ys.
school opened at Corvallis
rush, and the nearly two
and students enrolled are
ing upon their work with
R. O. Stevenson o f this city,
State Game Warden, returned
Tuesday from a trip to The Dalles,
Union, Enterprise and other
Eastern Oregon points, which he
Mrs. Challacombe and daught
visited on business pertaining to
Vida visited Mrs. W. Hughes
Edgar Meresse, a talented
Miss Tessie Pederson o f Port
young newspaper man, returned
was visiting her parents
yesterday to take up the daily
grind on a local sheet, after hav
ing spent a week gathering in
J. W. Hughes. J. W. Pollock
spiration from the sad murmur- and families took dinner at Dan-
ings o f the ocean at Seaside.
Ike Ripperdan.of Buxton,while
School has been closed for the
loading a car with piling last week on account o f a light case
week, suffered the fracture of o f diphtheria in the district.
one leg near the ankle and had
Mrs. C. A. Broderson and hi r
the toes on his other foot crushed
Viola Pederson attended
by one of the timbers falling
services at Marsh Hall
from the car and striking him.
Misses Liola House and Marie
Mat Pehl who has been employ
Wood and Messers Earl House
in the Forbis dairy the past
and Dwinell Clapp returned Tues
resigned to accept a position
day from Eastern Oregon, where
they gave a series of musical and
dramatic entertainments. They
Mrs. Lingan gave a tea Wed
appeared at Grass Valley, Wasco nesday for the benefit o f the
and Moro. meeting with gratify Ladies Aid Society. A v e r y
pleasant afternoon was spent
DOINGS AT DILLEY
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WEEKLY NEWS Or « „,l0
FINAL NOT CE
Notice is hereby given that M.
E. Dilley, the Administrator of the
estate o f W. P. Via, has filed to
final report and Monday,October
10th, 1910 at 10 o ’ clock a. m. ha
been set for the hearing of a
objections to said report, rft r
which date, if no objections ap
pear, said estate will be closed of
M. E. Dilley
Administrator o f the estate of*V-
Att’ v for estate.
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