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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1910)
State Grange in Session
Live Items of Local Interest
The 37th annual general Session
of the Oregon State Grange con
vened in Oregon City Tuesday
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
and is scheduled to come to a
Local Reporters of the Press
close tomorrow, Friday. Close
to 800 persons are in attendance
For Sanitary Plumbing, Steam and Hot
accommodations in the City
Assessor Crandall was up from
land visitor Saturday.
are considerably crowded. An
Forest Grove, Oregon
E. S. Willis o f Banks was a vis
spent Sunday with friends
. . . ---- - jn , j Shively’ s Opera House Tuesday
itor in the Grove Monday.
night and an address of welcome
Mrs. F. W. Emerson has been
delivered by Dr. W. E. Carll, the
quite ill the past week.
Mrs. W. R. Douglas o f Gales regp0nse being made by Austin
The Forest Grove Garage is City is spending a few days in T Buxton, master of the State
GILTNER & D O A N E
¡Grange. Tonight the sixth dt-
the proper place to buy bicycles. Portland.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Do you buy your auto supplies! gree will be confered upon a class
John Connell, of Hillsboro,
at the Forest Grove Garage? If of 100 candidates in Masonic
was among our Sunday visitors.
Vegetables, Farm Produce and Fruits in Season
Temple followed by a Grange
j not, why not?
Robert Banks o f the town of |
Special prices on ladies Ameri banquet in the assembly hall.
All Stock New and Highest Grade
that name spent Tuesday in this
can Beauty Corsets at the Hoff
Free Delivery to any part o f the City
man, Allen store.
A few lines o f men’s felt hats
Mrs. Wm. Cameron and child
F o rest G rove
at Hoffman, Allen & C o - s p e c i a l
ren are visiting friends and re
latives in Portland.
Mrs. E. E. Williams is confined
Mrs. Goss who has charge o f wmmnn«nm»in»nnmmntnntn:mi
to her home with an attack of
Western Union Office left for
II.—‘ T here’s No Place
To clothe and hat the boys
nicely and cheaply, take them to
skirts left; better hurry if you
Finest of Bread and Pastry Baked Every Day
Hilda the Helper used to say,
get one at Andersons.
Get a bottle of Oregon Blood
when she was rather younger, “ I
W e sell 6 loaves of bread for 2 5 ^
purifier at Miller’s. Every bot-
Mrs. D. E. Stewart and little
think I ’ll pack and go a w ay; I ’ve
daughter of Portland spent Sun
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
got the city hunger.”
day with Mrs. F. A. Moore.
A. W. Malls and family of
Greenville, spent Monday at the
Salesman Royce, representing
home o f O. A. Cork
the Twitched Motor Co., was
Men’ s oak half-soles sewed or cahing at the forest Grove Ga-
nailed 75^. C. E. Dixon, Pacific rage Monday.
Avenue, Forest Grove.
Dr. J. H. Knox who is taking
The Progressive Store
a course in dentistry in the Dent
Mrs. W.W. Ryals o f Roy, was
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
al College of Poitland, spent
visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Sundav in the Grove.
A Fine Line of General Merchandise
Ray Humphrey, Saturday.
Mrs. Geo. It. Hughes and dau
Tom Sain and John Fisher of
ghter Maxine are spending the
Scoggins valley were transacting
week with Mr. Hughes mother,
business in the City Monday.
Mrs. Georgia Hughes,
$3000 residence in Forest Grove
Just received a shipment of
to trade for farm property,
D. D. D., the only remedy for One day did Hilda up and pack, she
L an gley & S on .
hied her to the city.
eczema and all skin diseases.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Richardson At Miller’s Drug store.
months from THEN SHE M0SIED
are the parents o f twin boys
BACK and sang another ditty:
You who contemplate the pur
which were born last Sunday.
chase of commencement presents ‘The city wasn’t half so fine as I
A. W. Russell recently sold his should get them now while the
had judged from rumor, so it’s
ranch near town, which contain- big sale is on at Booth’s.
THE OLD HOME TOWN FOR
ed a little less than 20 acres, for
Sure death to codling moth,
MINE, and I shall be its boomer.”
$(> , 000 .
Black or Tan
1 spay with Sherwin-Williams ar-
Fred Wilmont, wife and little senate of lead $16.75 per hundred
daughter, from Hale, Missouri, pounds. Forest Grove Pharmacy,
p a n t i n g * the home o f W .J .
M s . Sc|mK.k, deputy Food
H. L. DECKERT
H IL D A
Home Baking Co.
Hoffman, Allen Co.
m i - It Shines
and Dairy Commissioner, has
Miss Minnie Myers, who has spent the past week in this City
been ill with la grippe for sever- and immediate locality on official
al days is reported rapidly im- duties.
Mr. Wm. Reynolds and wife
o f McMinnville were visiting
friends in this City the first of
PACIFIC STATES 33
j g Matthews wishes to show
you the new “ Union” jack; for
lifting, setting tires, stretching
fence and many other uses. Al-
If you want your prescription
J. S. Semones of C a ld w e ll, Ida.
filled correctly, without any sub- visited his brother, Dr. Semones.
stitutions, take it to the Forest i Sunday. Mr. Semones is in the
state looking up registered Jer
Homeopathic sey cows for shipment to Cald
Pysician and Oculist. Does no
The place is neat
surgery. O ffice at residence.
The candy sweet
319 North A street. Ind. Phone
Can not be beat
Verne Nichols is playing ball
For sale at the Den
with the Benke-Walker business
O f Sweets.
college this season. He pitched
A. M. Pulliam o f the O. R. &
the game they played against
telegraph department in Port
land. was a visitor in the Grove
Mr. and Mrs. Ruby o f Louis- Tuesday. Mr. Pulliam has a tim-
viUe. Neb., originally, and late o f
c \a \ m
near Banks upon which
Denver, Colo., are moving their he expects to locate very shortly,
household goods to this city, and
Work on the concrete base
will locate here permanently.
ment o f the new M. E. Church
J. R. Ballard o f Independence has commenced and additional
spent several days visiting with workmen will be secured to hur-
old friends here. He was form- ry the construction of the entire
erly engaged in the blacksmith building to an early completion,
business in this City with J. G.
Miss Bortha Kirkwood, who
has been employed as s&les-ladv
Wm. Reynolds a former pho- in the millinery department o f
tographer and jeweler o f this Lippman Wolf & Co. in Portland
City was visiting among friends has returned to Forest Grove and
Oie foie part of the week, Mr will fill a similar position in the
Reynolds is now engaged in busi- millinery establishment of her
nets at Da vton.
sister, Miss Kirkwood.
I. A. Brown, Proprietor
First Class Rigs
Forest Grove, Ore.
Sundries and More Sundries
in every department than we can
enumerate if we were to occupy
a whole page of the paper. Come
in and let us “ show you” wheth
er you are from Missouri or not.
Our service is right. Our goods
are right. Our prices are right
and you will find we are alright.
Yours for pills
T H E U P -TO -D A TE D R U G G IS TS
P honks :
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