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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1910)
! J. E. W . Bennett Dies
Live ítem s o f L o ca i interest
Compile:! by the Hustling, Hurtling, Rustling
Local Reporters of the Press
The Forest Giove Garage is tainments and help along a nec-
the proper place to buy bicycles, essary and worthy project. Two
Men’ s Golf shirrs at special PC1 formances will be given each
prices at Hoffman, Allen & Com- evening, the first commencing at
7:30 sharp. The admission will
be 23 cts for adults and 15 cts
Misi Aria Keen o f McMinnville for children.
was v siting friends in this City,
Henry Rodes, who has been
spending the past year in his
E. Macklear’s house in the
boyhood home, Hanover, Ger
north part of town is nearing
many, returned to his home here
Wednesday. Mr. Rodes says “ I
Mr. H jrr and, wife of Scoggins love my Germany, but, Oh! you
Valley were in town on business, Oregon.”
John McNamer returned the
Albert Friday from near Banks latter part of last week from
was transacting business in this McNamer’ s Camp where he had
a crew of men engaged in open
Do you buy your auto supplies ing this end o f the Wilson river
at the Forest Grove Garage? If rood. He reports the road open
and in fair condition to travel.
not, why not?
Thatcher is visiting friends in
town this week.
Mrs. Frank Johnson and child-
ren spent Saturday and Sunday
with relatives in Portland.
at Thatcher, Aged 77
Subscribe for the PRESS, now
J. E. W. Bennett, aged 77
years, died at his home in
Thatcher Friday. Mr. Bennett
was born in Troy. N. Y. He
lived for many years in the south
and in Washington, D. C., and
while residing in the national
ca()jtai s o j j m ii k to many people
o f prominence in political life.
among them being James G.
Blaine. Mr. Bennett was mar-j
ried February 5, 1855, in Fairfax
county, Virginia, to Miss Sarah j
A. Crocker. He came with his |
family to Oregon 26 years ago,
locating first at Portland, where
he remained five years, thence
moving to Thatcher. He is sur
vived by his widow and three
children, F. A. and Benjamin
Bennett and Mrs. Sadie Haydon
o f Thatcher. Funeral services
were held Sunday, Rev. Barber
officiating, with burial in the
Thh is to certify
that in trading at
I always get a square deal,
good honest weight, and prices
are always right.
ommend their place to any one
wishing to buy groceries, dry-
goods, shoes cr furnishings.
Miss Kirkwood the milliner,
has the newest things in millinery
reasonable prices and a good as
sortment. Hats made to order
or made over. Satisfaction guar-
The Christian Woman’s Board
of Missions and Circle Girls will
g.ve a free entertainment next
* uesday evening at S o clock in
the Christian church of this City,
which will be of an interesting
Friday night the Misses Peter
and attractive nature. Every
Wanted—An experienced girl one is invited to be preseut and son and Courtney, assisted by
for general housework,
participate in the good time Dwinell Clapp, will appear in
popular song, solos and readings
Mrs. W. N. F errin .
the Woman’ s Club entertain
A beautiful assortment of
A very quiet wedding occured ment at the moving picture
ladies sxirts at extra special pric Tuesday night at the parsonage
es uv, the Hoffman, Allen store, tf
Christian church when
Mrs, Wm. Rafferty of N orth! Louise Morrison and Oscar Col-
Mount is visiting her parents pitts were united for the balance
Mr. Busby and wife at Oswego, o f life by the Rev. Dr. Stivers.
The newly married pair will
You should try a glass o f that
make their home on the Marshall
delicious soda, all flavors, at
place just outside o f town, which
Shearer’s. It will quench your
they have purchased.
H IL D A
I can rec
A . Satis Fied,
Call or Telephone Your Orders to
Schultz Market & Grocery
F or Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats,
Fish and Vegetables of A ll Kinds
An Especially Neat Stock of Monopole Canned y
Goods and Groceries__________
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
I.—‘T he Tow n C an’t Do
In preparation for the arrival
Bar Exams June 7 and 8
W ithout Her
o f new stock the Pioneer Drug
Examination o f applicants for
Store is making special prices at
admission to the Oregon bar will Hilda the Helper is a girl who has
a way about her that makes her
be held at Salem Tuesday and
precious as a pearl. TIIE TOWN
The moving pictures Friday Wednesday, June7 and 8. These
CAN’T DO WITHOUT HER.
and Saturday night will be ex- dates were definitely fixed by the
ceptionally good at the Woman’ s j supreme court Saturday after-
noon. There are expected to be
. between 40 and 50 applicants.
Property in Forest Grove or in
Portland to trade for farm lands.
Will Invest Near Gaston
L a n g l e y & S o n , Forest Grove,
J. C. Pope, o f Mora, Minn.
! has been prospecting through
Judge and Mrs. W. M. Lang
this neighborhood for the past
ley returned Monday from Hood
ten days, with the idea o f secur-
River where they spent a week
! ing a farm. Mr. Pope, in con
visiting with friends.
versation wnth a Press represent-
The stock reducing sale at the j ative, expressed great satisfact-
Booth Jewelry Company is still ion with this section of the Willa
going on and will be continued mette valley, and stated his de
She’s always ready on the spot
termination to purchase some
until further notice.
where anything is doing, with all
land about two miles west of
the energy she’s got her share of
A. H. Young and wife o f Port
Gaston, which he has recently
land were out Monday complete-
ing a deal to dispose o f their
Hilda the Helper HELPS THE
ranch up Gales Creek.
Bless New Catholic Church
If Y o u H ave the K odak Fever
call and see our new and complete line
the newest and best on the
Prices $1.00 to $100.00
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
A. E. M O U L T O N
W ALTER ROSW URM
Roswurm & Moulton
Roswurm & Co.
Dealers in Real Estate, Exchanges, Business Chances,
Ice, Coal and Wood
TOWN in many lines of action.
Considerable improvement has
(No wonder yonng Philander
at Cornelius Sunday
been made in the Gales Creek
Brown admits she’s his attrac
Next Sunday, May 8th, the
road just outside the City limits.
It has been filled up and graded Most Rev. Archbishop Christie,
D. D. will bless the new Catholic
for some distance.
church at Cornelius, at 10:30. Mrs. M. A. Thomas
The workingman has had his Father Buck commenced this edi
reverses, but is now getting good fice last fall, but owing to the
Cor. 2nd. SC and 1st. Ave. South.
returns for his labor, he has to unfavorable weather it has been
Forest Grove, Oregon
have a new shirt, hat suspenders longer in building than was at
or gloves occasionally and he can first anticipated. But it is a very
get them at Andersons reason neat little structure, finished and
furnished complete and reflects
If you deal with me you have much credit upon the town.
Everyone regardless o f creed
my personel attention. No work
We don’t believe that you can find
is turned out half done.
We is invited to be present. After
a better all round place to fit out the
home than right at this store.
have all the newest and best ma the ceremony o f blessing, his
terials of the season and stand Grace will deliver a sermon.
We don’ t believe that you can
find a place that will deal more
Those who have been fortunate
ard authority for our work.
fairly with you than we will.
Miss Kirkwood, the milliner. tf enough to hear him will be de
don’t believe that, dollar for
lighted to know he is to be with
dollar, you can do QUITE as well
The Woman’s Club have ar us. and all will be sure to enjoy
ranged for high class entertain
Those are our claims to prove
ments Friday and Saturday night
them is our aim.
o f this week at the Scenic Thea
Will you give us an opportunity to
tre, the net proceeds o f which
do so the first tin..? you are needing
something in our line?
will be applied on the sprinkling
fund. Every public spirited cit
izen should attend these enter-
W oven W ire Fence, Barb W ire,
and A ll Kinds of Shelf H ard
ware; W agons & Buggies.
|i H ygienic K a lso m in e I
Pratt & Lambert
Heath & Milligan
P A I N T S Î VARNISHES
Brushes of A il Sorts & Sizes
ROE & COMPANY