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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1910)
REMEMBER—Dr. Booth guar- got big enough fer doghouses
tees all glasses for 1 year, tf an ’ won feller made a regler ho-
^ ^ A d d itio n a l L o ca l
John Vandahey, living in the tel outen one of ’em. There was
o f G e n e r a l In terest
Chehalem mountain section, vis- bout sixty rooms in it an’ the
ited the Grove Friday.
seed stalk was used fer a chim-
E d w ard Seym ou r, M gr.
A watch is a necessity to every ney an’ the smoke used tu stalk
The cut rate drug store for
man, woman, boy or girl. Shear- around town in grate stile, Them
right prices. Miller’s. 36-2t
er can supply you, with the best radishes was fine, awl rite. I
Farm and City Property
S. B. Starrett’s son from Al- at right prices.
helped make cord wood outen the
bina, was in the city over Sun-
Mrs. Mary French of La- balance of ’em. Won of ’em hed
B oth P h o n e s
F orest G rove, O regon
Grande, is spending the week a bees nest in it an’ we got most
Portland’s famous ice cream, with Judge Langley and family
a ton of honey outen it. Gim’me
Mt. Hood. All flavors, at Shear at their camp on Gales Creek.
a match, Cy.” But Cy couldn’t
er’s. Try i t
Columbia Graphopl ones and I match Windy.
Byron Lamont, a well known Indestructible records. New re
la d . No. 451
farmer of the hill section, was in cords each month. Hear them.
Bell, M 2 3 5
the city Friday.
Call at the Forest Grove Phar-;
Mrs. John Heisler and daugh
ter, Mrs. Ranes, were week-end
When you buy your new wagon
shoppers in this city.
jack, get the “ Union. ” Simplest, NOTICE OF SCHOOL INDEMNITY SELECTION.
United States Land Office,
stongest and most useful. Once
Don’t forget Andersons when used always used. J. B. Mat
M a n u fa c tu re rs of
in need of clothing, mens furn thews, Agent.
June 20, 1910.
AH K in d s o f M ill W ork, Fram es, S ash, D oors,
ishings and suit cases.
Notice in hereby given that the
Will Gerrish, formerly of this state of Oregon, on March 3rd,
Miss Katherine Shannon spent city,
B linds and M ouldings
now conducting a piano es 1910, applied for the SWJ of N
Friday in Hillsborro with her sis tablishment
in the Rose City, WJ, Sec. 11, Tp. 2 North, R. 6
ter, Mrs. E. B. Tongue.
was circulating among Grove West., and filed in this office a
Full an d C o m p le te L in e o f R ou gh and F in ish ed , K iln
Philip Usher, a vineyardist of friends Monday.
list of School Indemnity Selec
the David’s Hill section, was a
tions in which it selected said
D ried L um ber, A lw a y s in S tock . B est S h in g le
business visitor in this city Fri head and eye ache with a pair of land; and that said list is open
his superior glasses. They cost to the public for inspection.
and L ath.
C em en t, San d an d L im e
Any and all persons, claiming
That gasolene stove you need no more than others. Consult adversely
the above described
can be purchased at Hinman’s,
A g e n ts for
two and three burners, with or The Catholic Chapel car on land, or claiming the same under
the mineral laws, or desiring to
wheels will be at Cornelius for show said land to be more valu
Sherw in-W illiam s Paints
Mrs. Esther Kane of Portland, one'week, beginning next Sun able for mineral than for agricul
who has been visiting at the day. The car is in charge of tural purposes, or object to said
selection for any legal reason,
home of Mr. and Mrs. William Rev. Father McDevitt.
should file their claims or their
Kane, returned to the city Fri
Frank Fletcher, working with affidavits of protest or contest in
the United Railways’ surveying this office on or before the 12th
For the next ten days you can crew at Wilson, came in from day of August, 1910.
get a 5 pound pail of lard for 90 camp Saturday and visited over
Chas. B. Merrick,
cents at the Forest Grove Meat Sunday with his parents at the
Market, Moore & Wilhelmson, north edge of town.
J. C. Ardrey,
Clyde Parker visited his sister j
Miss Otie Kame, our composi Mrs. P. C. Starrett, Sunday,
tor of the PRESS has returned to Mr. Parker is second mate on the i
work after a two weeks seige of steamer Rose City, that plough’s NOTICE OF SCHOOL INDEMNITY SELECTION.
la grippe. Dr. Q. Tucker was the the briny deep between Portland
United States Land Office,
physician in attendance.
and San Pedro, Cal.
Miss Alma Clark and Mrs. Zu
June 20, 1910.
The past few days have been I
Clark were Portland visitors Fri so hot that the pen pusher of th e ! Notice is hereby given that the
day. Saturday Miss Alma went P r e s s almost has been impelled State of Oregon, on March 5,
to Seaside, where she will visit to write a dissertation showing 1910, applied for the NWJ of N
Watch Repairing A Specialty
with friends for several weeks. the relation existing between WJ, Sec. 11, Tp. 2 North, It. 6
Mrs. Flora E. Hinman of Spo terrestial heatwaves and hades. West., and filed in this office a
P atnrson B loch
P acific Avenue
F o re s t G ro vs
list of School Indemnity Selec-
kane, who has been visiting here
the past week, has gone to Port Invitations have been received | tions in which it selected said
land to spend a few days with by friends in this city, to the land; and that said list is open to
friends there, and will then re wedding of Miss Veta Bacon of the public for inspection.
Portsmouth, to Fred Fully, a Any and all persons, claiming
turn to Spokane.
man of Portland, the adversely the above described
YOU AU TO
Chas. Daniel Wagner and wife wedding to be celebrated in Van- j ]and, or claiming the same under
T ry o u r in vigorating a n d re fre sh in g
j have returned from their wedd couver, Washington, July 20. the mineral law's, or desiring to
ing trip to Seaside, and are now Mr. Fully’s sister. Josephine, show said land to be more valu
visiting at the home of Mrs. t a s queen of the Rose City car- able for mineral than for agricult-
parents’ Mr. and Mrs. nival this year Miss Bacon is a ura| purposes, or to object to
with pure crushed fruits for flavoring.
neice of Mrs. S. J. Sparks.
said selection for any legal rea-
east of town.
You are not limited to cruahed fruits, how
should file their claims or
ever. O ur C hocolate I ce C ream S odas
Frank Stotz and wife have re
their affidavits of protest or con
and N ut S undaes are simply delicious.
turned from their honeymoon
test in this office on or before the
trip, and will soon occupy their
12th day of August, 1910.
handsome residence now build!
W . E. Prickelt
Chas. B. Merrick,
“ Out at Forest Grove won
1 ing at Cornelius. Mrs. Stotz time,” said Windy Jim, when
P a c ific A v e .
F o rest G ro v e was Florance May Weathered of
J. C. Ardrey,
“ there was a feller named Jones
The Forest View Cemetery who hed a wife an’ a yaller dog
Assn, will hold an Ice cream
social Friday afternoon and an’ a cow\ wat raised radishes
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Forest Grove M eat M arket
evening July 22, on the Congre fer the lokel market. The fust of
gational Church square. Ice the crop he raised with too fing Sealed bids will be received by
Fresh and Salted Meats. Home Made Pork Sausage “Just
cream and home-made cake lOf*. ers, an’ in a few days he began the County court of Washington
36-2t. tu use his hole hand, then it was County, Oregon, until 2 p. m. of
Like Dad Used to Make ‘Down on the Farm.’ ”
the 23rd day of July 1910, and.
Kennard Dixon imbibed an both hands, and finally he hed tu then opened for the hauling of
over abundance of congealed use a derrick to raise ’em.
crushed rock at Hillsboro, Cor
aqua pura a few days since and
C t» h P aid fo r H ide«
F re sh Fish
nelius, and Forest Grove,and bids
a n d P etU
E v e ry T h u rsd a y
was put out of commission for a who tried tu raise money with a to be made on each A mile from
time, but is now back on the job
the starting point, a certified
Goff Bros, with his wonted derrick. He raised fore dollars check for 5 % to accompany bid.
M O O R E & W ILH EL M SO N
an’ sixty cents all at won time. The court reserves the right to
But them blamed radishes was reject any or all bids.
Professor and Mrs. Frank T. the most curious thing you ever
For further particulars see
i Chapman, of the conservatory of
music at Pacific University, are seed. When they was bout a By order of the County court.
now in the Last. They will month old they begin to git hol July 7th, 1910.
make an extended stay and will ler an’ before all of ’em hed been
J. W. Goodin,
visit some time with relatives in raised you could hear ’em holler
Ohio, returning to Oregon by fer miles around. Some of ’em
way of the Lakes and Canada.
Oregon Land & Trading Co.
Forest Grove Planing Mill Co.
Forest Grove, Ore.
M. J. Abbott
Jeweler and Optician
A lbert C. M ar.krodt SELLS
EL M . F. 3 0
A U T O M O B IL E S
R e p a ir in g
o f A ll
K in d s
S p e c ia lty —- B e s t
W o rk
A party consisting of Earnest
Reuter, Miss Gertrude Reuter,
Ed. Wirtz and Miss Clara Lesser,
made a trip over to Timber Sun
day, going by team. The large
sawmill at Timber recently erect
ed by a Portland company, is
now sawing lumber, though not
yet under cover.
Quite a large number of Port
land autoists motored out to this
city Sunday. After er» suing the
range of hills extending from
Portland to Beaverton, the road
is level practically all the way to
Forest Grove, and autoists are
learning in increasing numbers
of the fine drive and the pretty
I City at its end.
Compare Your Time
with a reliable clock
You find it fast or skw, and
should have it attended to at
the earliest possible moment by
A R TH U R SH EAR ER
The Main Street Jeweler
Repainng and Regulat.rg.
AH Work Guaranteed