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FOREST GROVE PRESS. FOREST GROVE. OREGON, THURSDAY. APRIL 24. 1913.
AL ES W E
^ A C TIV ITY
Furnished by Wilkes Abstract Co. of Hillsboro
James H Jack and wf to Noah Hing-
ley 8.75 acres in 2 S 2 $1200.
A W Bryant to Ellen Bryant 50
by 100 ft In sec 28. 3 N 5 $500.
Robert Egger s to Minnie Eggerts
NEVA of NWVi sec 16, 2 N 4 $1. etc.
Minnie Klaus and bus to Charles
O Swecker NE'/i ofN W ’ Vi sec 16,2 N
A S Sholes and wf to William B
Anderson lot 44, Groveland $10.
Henry Charles McDonald and
to Adelaide Haney and bus undivided
V 6 interest in 31.61» acres in Joel Fair-
child and wf DEC 1 N 4 $5.
Adelaide Haney and Tins to Henry
Charles McDonald and wf undivided
V4 interest in 20 acres in Joel Fair-
child and wf DEC $5.
J F Melzer and wf to Fred A Col-
felt NV4 o f lot 3, in lot 1 in Sherwood
Fred Hess and wf to Fred Colfelt
and Edward Colfelt 4 acres sec 20, 2
5 1 $500.
Elzzie Sample to
Trust Company SV6 lot 7, blk 2,
Humphreys Addition to Hillsboro $10.
James H Jack and wf to A J Lark
in tract in Aiba M Rowell and wf
DiLC, 2 S 2 $200.
E I Kuratli and wf to Christ Matter
Jr EV4 o f SEVi sec 4, 2 N 3. Also
tract in Christian Carl Homestead in
sec 4, 2 N 3 $1000.
Hans Peterson and wf to William J
Staley and wf 100 ft square in sec 4,
2 N 4 $10.
George Conzelntann and wf to E I)
Walker 10.5 acres east of tract
Conzelntann Bros. Acres, sec 23, 2 S
Eliza J Tupper and bus to School
District No. 10!» 1 acre in sec 1, 1
S 5 $ 10.
Hugh L Read and wf to Fred A
Brown lot 1. blk 9, Thorne’s Addi
tion to Hillsboro $10755.
Susan E Essner to Gabriel Essner
8 V 2 of NWV4 of SEVi sec 4, 2 N 3
$ 1 .
David O’Donnell and wf to Standard
Box & Lumber Company 80 acres in
sec 20, 3 N 4 $10.
David L Brace and wf to A C Cur
now lots 25, 26, 27, blk 1, Kingston
GOOD FOR ATHLETES
How to Keep Your Muscles
Limber and Flexible
To keep your muscles in such condition that
they will instantly and easily respond to every
demand made upon them—to prevent that
bindinK of the muscles that comes from over
development and which is fatal to the sure,
quick action so much to be desired in any test
— and to relieve them from the stiffness,
swelling and pain left by injury or over work
use Kexall Rubbing: Oil.
After the game, use Rexall Rubbing: Oil.
We guarantee that you will be pleased. If you
are not, we want to give your money back.
If Rexall Rubbing Oil does not help soften
and reduce the swelling, allay pain, remove
stiffness and make the muscles pliable, limb
er, flexible and dependable in action, if it does
not entirely please you, we want you to tell us
and receive from us the money you paid for it.
Rexall Rubbing Oil is also for use in rheu
matism, muscular and otherwise and is sooth
ing and warming. Prices, 25 and 50 cents.
Sold in this community only at our store.
D P Earp and wf to J H White
4 03 ares In Docnald McLeod DLC
secs 26, 27, 34 and 35, 1 S 4 $10.
Etta J Brown to A M Brown lot
4, and EVL- lot 5, blk 13, Simmons Ad
dition to Hillsboro $10.
Frank Janlsch and wf to Empire In-
vcstnn nt Company lots 5 and 6, blk
I), Lehman Acre Tracts $10.
George N Hughson to Rachel
Warn n lots 5 and 6, blk 8, George
Neorge and Rosina Maxxei’s Amended
Plat of Pleasant Home addition
John A Moser to P E Alvord lots
6 and 14, blk 2, Myers Add. to Reed-1
vllle Homes $10.
Anna Dora Knittle and hus to So- 1
THE R E X A L L STORE
phiu West lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, blk 2. j
town of Middleton $5.
VanKoughnet & Reder
Florence E Watts and hus to
E Noble WV4 o f NEV4 sec 13, 3 n |
The Dawson Investment Company
to Anton Kutshank W 26 2-3 acres
of SW»4 of SVVV4 sec 33, 2 S 2
L E Howard and wf to G M Luck
lot 6, West Park Add. to F orest!
Alva L Kinton and wf to Ralph!
R Kinton SWV4 of SWVi and EV6 of
SWVi see 8, 3 N 3 $2400.
George W Markee and wf to Clara
J llpton part of lot 4, blk 31, Forest
Put your ad in the Press.
Ida Loewenberg to Elizabeth
Kelly visited friends
Wood tract In sec 24, 1 S 1 $1100.
Commerce Trust ¿i Savings Bank
City the past Week,
to Henry Sehurt< r and wf lot 140,
Bring your wool and mohair to
Johnson Estate Addition to Beaver A. G. Hoffman arid Company for
ton Reedville Acreage $10.
highest cash price.
L L Saundres and wf to Fred A
Brown 30-100 acres in Hillsboro $100.
Ruth Trust Company to H w ¡tin g his sister, Miss Bertha, this
Bates lot 6, blk 2, North Plains w e e k
Miss Ruth Gillihan, o f Beaver-
Herbert Haid and wf to F E Web
ster and othres 10.07 acres in isaac ton, spent the past week at the
Butler DLC $10.
! Victor Brown home in this city,
Chas P Little and wf to i i. Wood
gome exceedingly low prices
20.50 acres In Sec 10, 2 S 1 $10.
choice Toilet soaps at the
Agnes Belle Watts et al to W H
French 54.95 acres In sec 27, 1 N Forest Grove Pharmacy.
Wm. A. Clark, of Portland,
Janies Borwick and wf to James
visited in this city the first of
Lawson Auld and wf lots 14 and 15,
Borwick Acres $1.
For full reports get the Forest Grove Press.
For the Business and Professional Man,
The Student and Teacher.
Write your letters on a machine and
be sure of a neat, attractive, legible
Mrs. H. R. Bernard spent the
past week in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall, of
Portland, visited Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Emmerson in the Grove
A new and up-to-date line of
wall paper in many handsome
patterns. P l a i n , figured and
novelty goods to select from.
All prices to fitll a pockets. Pat
erson’s Furniture Store, Forest
Bring Us Your Produce.
We are giving special prices
for poultry and veal and all other
farm produce. We are the o rig -!
inators o f ' ‘Cash for Produce.” j
Schultz Pure Food Market and
Grocery, Forest Grove.
Be it known that the Sunrise j
Grocery on and after May 1st
will pay cash for all farm pro
ducts, Eggs, Butter, Veal a n d '
pork, the best market price paid
and all goods sold at the bottom !
price and for cash only. JOHN
A Golden Opportunity Waiting.
Every person who reads this j
will no doubt hasten to take ad
vantage of the opportunity p re-;
sented bv the People’ s Store of
Hillsboro to the careful buyer of
staple merchandise. This store
is being sold out, lock, stock and
barrel, and offers men’ s and
women’ s wearing apparel, dry
goods, etc., at prices which
have been cut to the low est;
possible point. Lots o f good
things are to be had by the early j
T he W ant advertiser accom
plishes, today, the task before
which the procrastinator stands
in doubt and dread, wondering
Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Hughes whether or not want advertising
and children, o f Portland, visited would be of “ any use.”
| over Sunday with Mrs. M. Gor
F or S a l e - -Shadeland-Climax
seed oats. Ed L. Naylor, Forest
don, in this city.
When you commence house-
F or Q uick S a l e —A $12000, 38
cleaning don’ t forget to kalsomine
acre fruit farm on David’ s Hill,
the walls. The best at G. G. for $8500.
One of the finest
Paterson’s, Forest Grove. 18tf
fruit farms in Washington Co.
Miss Gladys Quick and Miss Terms, D. A. Kennedy Phone
Edith Churchill, o f this city at-
F or S ale -N o. 2 Smith Pre
i tended the spelling contest at
mier typewriter, good as new’.
First offer of $30 takes it. Press
Just arrived in the city today office.
a fresh supply o f Whitman’s
A cre T racts in Sun Set Ad
chocolates at the Forest Grove
dition to Forest Grove to be sold
on terms. W. W. Ireland, Hoff
Mr. and Mrs. 0 . L, Kennedy man Building.
and daughter Rose, of Portland,
F or S ale Baled Clover, baled
visited over Sunday with Mrs. Timothy in ton lots. Good stuff.
j Kennedy’s sister, Mr. R. Olm Ed. L. Naylor.
sted, o f this city.
F or S a l e — Good Cow. N. R.
Mrs. M. Bisbee has been very Brown, North Fourth Street.
ill the past week, hut is improv-
F or K ent — House in excel
lent repair. All modern except
Shearer’ s Confectionery can furnace. Lawn, fruit and gar
save you money on your brick ice den. $15 a month. Apply Press
Now have on hand one No. 2 and one No.
3 Smith Premier at a right price. Call
and look them over—
G. E. SEC O U R
S. S. Hollinger and wife spent
Sunday in Hillsboro.
Does it pay you to send your
sewing out when you can buy a
good second hand sewing ma
chine at Staehr's Bazaar for ?>•>.
fully guaranteed to do perfect
Forest G ro ve, O re .
Shearer’ s Confectionery can
save you money on your brick ice
Mis. Derby, a former resident,
of the Grove, now o f Portland,
was a visitor in this city the first
of the week.
Mrs. S. Morgan and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs B. F. Perdy, of Margaret, of this city, visited
Gaston, were Grove visitors the friends at Oregon City over Sun
first o f the week.
New, Attractive Dress Goods
HIS week we are showing in our window
a line of new dress goods in RATINES,
M A R Q U ISETT ES, PONGEES and VOILES.
These Goods Are the Very Latest Patterns
A R L Y activity among those who wish the
newest things in the market will assure
them the choice of these beautiful fabrics.
The Prices Are 60c 65c $1.25
Grocery Department Specials
at this store have proven money savers to
our customers. Read our offerings below.
3 cans of Standard Tomatoes
3 cans of Good Corn
3 one gallon cans Pie Peaches
7 cases W hite Laundry
Soda, per package
premium department is attracting many
customers, owing to the valuable articles we
away with purchases of goods.
guarantees you a premium.
A purchase of $ 6 .0 0
A. G. HOFFMAN CO
FOREST G R O V E , O R EG O N
YOUNG WOMAN !
At Pacific University
You can obtain a thorough education, one that will fit you to
grapple with the world if necessary. Moreover, you can live in a re
fined, homelike atmosphere at Herrick Hall (the finest girl’s dormitory
in the Pacific Northwest) while you are pursing your studies. Further
more, you can receive systematic instruction in gymnastics and enjoy
the privileges of the gymnasium and swimming pool.
P A C IF IC U N IV E R S IT Y
for Education, Health and Physical Development, and
Do It Now !
For particulars address
P A C IF IC U N I V E R S IT Y
Care Committee of Control
forest Grove, Oregon.
W ATCH THIS S P A C E !
“ One of the greatest mechanical
geniuses of all times” — a world-
famed maker of a high priced car so
refers to Henry Ford— whose great
accomplishment is the Ford car.
You’ll want the mechanically perfect
Ford this season— and to avoid dis
appointment you should get it now.
“ Everybody is driving a Ford” —more than
200.000 in service. New prices—runabout
$600 -touring car W75 —town car $875— with
all equipmeut, t. o. b. Forest Grove. Get
W . A . CHALMERS
Main St Garage, Forest Grove, Or.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
Capital and Surplus
U. S. D E P O S IT O R Y .
B oard of D irectors :
T. W. Sain
W. K. Newell
L. J. Cori
John Templeton Geo. G. Hancock
H. G. Goff
H. T. Buxton
W. H. Hollis
E. W. Haines