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Among those from Forest
Grove attending the graduating
exercises of the 1912 law class of
the University of Oregon in
Portland Tuesday night were
Miss Emma Pittman, Miss Katie
Lilly, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hoff
Mr. D. D. Bump was
among the graduates.
To the Public: Those who can
furnish free transportation to
the G. A. R. and W. R. C. be
tween the K. of P. hall and
Forest View cemetery on Decora
tion Day between the hours of
9 p. m. and 12 noon, kindly leave
word with W. J. R. Beach or
A. B. Thomas, committee.
Dr. Rippley of Dilley has been
in the Forest Grove Sanitarium
since Saturday evening. A por
tion of dead bone has been re
moved from his leg, the trouble
being caused from an old frac
ture. At this time he is getting
along nicely and will be able to
be out soon.
The change of cars at Garden
Home caused some of our young
people to not get in until Sunday
Late theatre goers
and others are compelled to
change from the Wilsonville lo
cal to the later car at Garden
Home, and some of our boys
slept while the conductor shout
ed out the “Change cars for For
It is pleasant to be able to
chronicle the fact thaa the pop
ular Sells-Floto circus is billed to
play Hillsboro for a single day’s
performance on Sunday, June 2.
This good show is so well known
now to all our readers, and in
fact from one end of the country
to the other, that the mere an
nouncement of its coming is a
sufficient guaiantee of liberal
W . F. h a r t k a m p f
Wholesale and Retail
Vetch Seed«, all kinds of grass seed, Al
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned Administratrix
of the estate of Eli Smith de
ceased, has filed in the County
Court of Washington County,
her final report in said estate,
and the County Judge has set
Saturday, May 25th, 1912, at 2
o’clock P. M. of said day, as the
time of hearing any objections
to said report, therefore all per
sons interested therein will ap
pear at that time, or file their ob
jections on or before that date.
M rs . C. E. S mith ,
Administratrix of the estate of
Eli Smith, deceased.
M anch -i I rene L angley ,
Attorney for Administratrix.
First publication April 25.
Fruit Growers’ Meeting
A meeting to elect directors of
Forest Grove Fruit Growers’
Embalming— Funeral Directing
Association will be held at tht>
FOREST GROVE UNDERTAKING CO. K. P. Hall, Forest Grove, Ore
gon, on June 3, 1912, at 2 30
J. S. Buxton, Manager
o’clock p. m.
H. C. A tw ell ,
Phone No. 642
Forest Grove, Or.
A. B. C raft , •
R obert A lexander ,
FOR SALE—200x400 (2 acres)
best of land, all clear, 15 minutes
walk from Forest Grove post-
Mrs. C. A. Dennis, reliable
office. $500; $100 and $100 per shampoo. Scalp treatment a
year, 5 per cent.
Land will specialty. Phone Ind. No. 184;
more than pay for itself. Press residence and office 232 Pacific
Forest Grove Press $1 per year.
falfa Hay, Feed and Land Plaster
Pianos from $149 and up at
The latest and most complete
for MILBURN WAGONS
line of stationery at the Bazaar.
Ind Phone 50x
Forest Grove, Ore
Mr. Lamb is able to be out
again after his bad fall last week.
Mrs. Dennis, sister of Mrs.
Don’t neglect the children’s
musical education. It is a sin
Shippee, is visiting at Newport.
for parents to neglect this part
Mr. and Mrs. Demoss have re
of a child’s education. Have you
turned from a trip in Washing
a piano in your home to start the
little ones out on, who, if they
half a chance, would turn
Edison and Victor talking ma
into sunshine for you
chines and records for sale at the
and others? I sell good reliable
pianos and sell them on terms to
Robert Hardin is very ill. He
suit you whether for cash, or the
smallest payment you can afford.
is advanced in years and his re
—Geo. G. P aterson , Forest
Please observe the
covery is doubtful.
countless stars of
Joe’s Barber Shop on First St.
the firmament. How
wonderful and how
still does business.
d is ta n t.
B e tw ix t
In the Circuit Court of the S tate of
customers” is his motto.
this studio and its
Oregon for Washington County.
w o n d erfu l p hoto
C. L. Bump and Jessie Bump,
Wood in large or small quanti
graphs is a chasm
fa r and wide, when
ties at Chester Wright’s, on
comparing with gen
Fourth street. Phone 0114.
Salome Michel, George Susbauer
O tto Hein and S. B. Barker,
Just arrived this week—a fresh
Photos Finished Here
supply of Whitman’s chocolates,
By virtue of an execution, judgm ent,
decree and order of sale, duly and le
at the Forest Grove Pharmacy.
Talk for Themselves
gally issued out of the above entitled
circuit court and under the seal thereof
Singer, New Home and other
For P erfect Por
in the above entitled cause to me di
of the latest improved, up to
traits come here and
rected, dated the 7th day of May, 1912,
date sewing machines for sale at
g et them.
on a judgm ent duly rendered and en
tered in said court and cause on the
2nd day of May, 1912, in favor of
For Sale—Steam prune dryer,
against defendant O tto Hein, for the
one ton capacity, all complete.
sum of $1500.00, w ith in terest thereon
Price $60. J. L. Loving, Gales
since Nov 4, 1910, a t the rate of 6 per
cent per annum, and the further sum
of $150.00, attorneys fee, and for
MAIN ST. NORTH
$10.00, costs and disbursem ents of said
Much preparation has been
suit; and also on a judgm ent duly ren
made to observe Decoration Day,
dered and entered in said court and
cause on the 2nd day of May, 1912, in
which is next Thursday, in a
favor of defendant, Salome Michel, and
against defendant, O tto Hein, for the
sum of $2350.00, with interest thereon
J. W. Sherwood has been con
since July 7, 1911, a t the rate of 6 per
per annum, and the fu rth er sum
fined to his bed for the past
of $250.00, attorneys fee, and for $10.00
The Emerson Typew riter Company of
week. At this time his condi
costs and disbursem ents of said suit;
and also on a judgm ent duly rendered Woodstock, 111., have recently given
tion is reported no better.
and entered in said court and cause on away over 400 of the highest grade,
the 2nd day of May, 1912, in favor of wholly visible Emerson Typew riters
Brown Leghorn hens and pul
plaintiffs, C. L. Burnp and Jessie made in the world. They have gone
lets for sale, 75c each. Mixed
Bump, and against defendants, S. L. R. into every sta te and territo ry in the
Real Estate Transfers
Maine and M etta L. Maine, and O tto United S tates. There may be some in 3
chickens 60c. All laying. W. C.
They are giving them
The following real estate Hein, for the sum of $277.24, with in away
everywhere to men, women, boys
Graddy, Cornelius, Route 1.
transfers are furnished the Press a t the rate of 8 per cent per annum, and girls, over eighteen years of age,
Miss Brough of McMinnville by the Wilkes Abstract Co. of and the fu rth er sum of $50.00 attorneys on I surprisingly
f you could make any use of a $100
College and two other students
m ents of said suit, also the cost of and typew riter, providing it did not cost ¡8 1
even one cent, then in a le tte r or t
were in this city last week to at Albert W. Schmale and wf to upon said writ, commanding me and re you
on a postal card addressed to Frank L.
Elvene Grenier Lot 5, Huntville
tend the basket ball game.
Wilder, President, Woodstock, 111.,
a fte r described real property:
simply say, “ Mail me all your free
Mr. Patton, who has a band of
judgm ent, decree and order of offers,” and by return mail you will re ;
M. T. Hargrove et al to Arthur ecution,
American Delaine sheep, sheared
sale, and in compliance w ith the com ceive their free offers, the names of
of said writ, 1 have levied upon, over 400 who have recently received ! !
one last week whose fleece C. Web et ux 6A. in Sec. 10, 2 S. mand
on the 10th day of June, 1912, typew riters free, and you will learn on
1 . $ 10 .
weighed seventeen pounds.
a t the hour of 10 o’clock A. M. of said w hat easy conditions you can g et one
of their typew riters free right away.
Alice E. Geiger et al to O. C. day, a t the front door of the Court The Emerson Typew riter is one of 1
House, in Hillsboro, said County and
We wish to announce that we
R. R. Co. Rnd. w. over lots 2&3, S tate, sell, a t public auction, to the the highest grade, wholly visible type
have secured the agency for
blk 21, F. G. and pt A. Harper& highest bidder, for cash in hand, sub have used the “ EMERSON” and other
Ask any of our
je c t to redemption, all the following makes pronounce the “ EMERSON”
II. Clark D. L. C. $100.
bounded and described real property superior to any $100.00 typew riter on
clerks what it is. The Forest
situate in Washington County, Oregon, the m arket. It is a wholly visible ma
has every new, up-to-date feat
Bunton 100x100 ft in lot 2, blk That p a rt of the Alvin T. Smith and chine,
ure, looks like other high grade $100.00
E. Howard and family left
typew riters, though it is selling ju st
15, F. G. $900.
S. R. 3 W. of the Will. Mor,, bounded now
for their new home at Yamhill
a t an astonishingly low price and
Wm. Linegar et ux to Geo. H. and described as follows: Beginning on term s of no monev with order, trial
today, where Mr. Howard as
a t a point 66 feet N. 2 deg. 10 min. E.
Hoar et ux 78.69 A, in A. Harp of the N. E. corner of a tra c t of land free In your own home. Nothing to
sumes ownership and editorial
deeded by Susan I,, Shipley to M. H. f ay a t first, and a fte r a thorough trial.
er cl 41. $17,705.25.
Shipley, said deed being recorded on 0 cents a day until paid. The “ EM
Management of the Yamhill
page 388 of book 49 reconls of deeds ERSO N ” has every new improvement,
for W ashington County, Oregon, run universal keyboard, back spacer, tab
Story Lots 18, 20, 23, 24, Hiils ning
N. 1 deg. 52 min. E. along ulator, two-color ribbon, everything
For Sale— Lot 86 by 200, be Acres. 50.22 A, north of Hills the w thence
est side of the county road 228.8 the best; is the ideal machine for be
feet thence w est 383.7 feet, thence S. ginners as well as for the most expert
tween 3d and 4th avenues, front Acres. $10.
O. deg. 32 min. W, 228.8 feet; thence typists and stenographers; ju st the
ing on 6th St. Young orchard,
N. S. Prickett to N. R, West E ast 378.4 feet to the place of begin typew riter for the sm allest or largest
berries; fine building lot, Will et ux Pt NEi sec 36, 2 N. 4. $10. ning, containing 2 acres of land, to sa t office.
If you could possibly make any use
isfy the sums named in said execution,
Bell cheap. Charles Long, For
a high grade tppew riter, ' even
Greenberry H. Busby to M, V. judgm ent, decree and order of sale, in of
though it didn’t cost you one cent of
28 Galloway 10 a in secs 25&26, 1 N te re st and costs.
Dated Hillsboro, Oregon, May 7, money, or if you would ljke the agency
in your town on a plan by which you
fipo. G. H .. ncock ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Stevens a $1.
could mpke big money, or if you would
attended the graduating exercis D W Marsh to F T Chapman
like a position with tne company, then
M. B ailky B umh ,
A ttorney for Plaintiffs. be sure, on a postal card or in a letter
es of the Northwest Dental Col undivided J os SWJ sec 36, 2 N 51
addressed to “ Frank L. Wilder, Presi
B knton B owman ,
lege of Portland, witnessing the $ 10 .
A ttorney for Defendants, George dent, Woodstock, III.,” say “ Mail me
Free O ffers.”
Susbauer and Salome Michel.
graduation of their son-in-law,
Thursday, May 30. Dr.
Lowe, the well-known
Friday evening at the Congre
will be ut Hotel Laugh-
gational church, the chaplain,
use of glasses correct-
Rev. P. E. Bauer of Salem will
is the only rem
speak at a mass meeting to
edy for defective sight. If you
which everybody is invited.
Subject, “ Abolishing Capital need medicine, glasses won’t
help you. If you need glasses,
medicine won't help you.
Miss Clara Staley, who for would be well to learn what you
some time has been confined to need. Dr. Lowe can and will
her bed with typhoid fever, is tell you what you need. His
reported to be improving. Miss more than 20 years’ experience
Staley was taken ill while visit coupled with education in the
ing with her sister, Mrs. C. H. best schools makes him a safe
Sochren, near Banks.
person for you to consult about
The Southern Pacific Company your eyes and glasses. Scores
have definitely expressed their of Forest Grove references.
willingness to pave nineteen f e e t --------
of the First Avenue track. This
will leave only five and a half
Country Home Boarding
feet on either side for the abut
House. Good meals, with
ting property holders to pave.
fresh eggs: plenty of Jersey
cream and milk; cottage
The I. O. O. F. grand lodge
cheese. On Tuesdays and
held a convention in Pendleton
Fridays fresh buttermilk
this week. The delegates from
Forest Grove were A. L Sexton
MRS. J. WEHRLY
and R. M. Taylor. The dele
pRple of all dimes Jp native costumes will be shown jn parada.
Two blocks west S. P.
gates from the Rebekah assem
, Two shbws daily - afternoon at 2, night at 8, doors open at 1
depot. Phone 817.
bly were Mrs. Katherine Doane,
and 7 p-m. Waterproof tenta Admission 25 cent* to tee it all
Alice Cook and Dee Darling.
Ready for business
New Lumber Company
All kinds of Building Ma
terials, Kiln Dried Finish,
Dry Shiplap in any quan
Sash and Doors
Call and get prices. We
are here for business and
want to make your ac-
Willis-PIace Lumber Co.
South A Street
Forest Grove, Or.
SUNDAY, J U N E
Just step in a moment, please, and see those new
Shirt Waists. Prices $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25,
$2.50, $3.00, $3.25, $3.50 and $3.75.
1 hey are the Banner Brand—’nuf sed—they will
please you, so will the price.
We pay the highest cash price for
Wool and Mohair
HOFFMAN & ALLEN CO.
Forest Grove Planing Mill Co.
General Contractors and Builders
DEALERS IN Lumber, Lath and Shin
gles. All Finishing Lumber Kiln Dried
CEMENT, SAND and LIME
Manufacturers of Frames, Sash, Doors,
Mouldings and everything required in
the building line
We Sell Flint-Kote and Mikado Roofing
Also Sherwin-Williams Paints
Free Circus Street P aradai 0:30
9 bands, 250 horses, ÎKpÂ'7.mAï“ w
Office and Factory,