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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1910)
Live Items of Local Interest
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Mrs. W. H. Hollis was a visitor
to the Rose City Monday.
Subscribe for the PRESS, now
V. S. Abraham and family left
Tuesday morning for Seaside.
J. B. Matthews wishes to show
you the new “ Union” jack; f o r 1
lifting, setting tires, stretching
Mrs. Harry Wescott, o f Gaston
Dr. Charles Pollock was a Port- fence and many other uses. Al
was in town on Tuesday.
land visitor over Sunday.
Andersons for summer under-
Albert Mackrodt made a busi-
Oliver Curtis, Uncle Sam’s
wear and all men’s furnishings, ness trip to Portland, Tuesday. rural carrier on route one out of
Local Reporters of the Press
Mrs. Philip Kinzer and small
Mrs. J. T. Fletcher is spending this city, has purchased an Ind
son. Jack, are spending the week a fortnight with her sister, Mrs. ian Motor cycle from A. C. Mack
rodt, which he will use in deliv
J. L. Collins o f Dallas.
The Misses Feibell and Miss
Does your watch keep time?j
David Mobley, a well known
Frances Heibel were Rose City If not, better leave it at Shear
Pacific University student, was
er’s for an overhauling.
in the Grove last week, having
For scientific shoeing go to
Miss Grace Payne, a student \
returned from Gearheart.
Harris & Markham. They guar at the college registered fro m !
work the remainder o f
antee the results.
Albany, is a guest at the Leabo
the vacation in Portland.
W. H. Ringle o f this city, w'ho home.
Mrs. Mary Dillmater, who has
has been seriously ill, is once
G. Demangeon and wife, o f!
visiting with her neice.Mrs.
more able to be about.
Portland, visited over Sunday in .
Joe Hartramphf, in this city for
Mt. Hood Ice Cream at Shear this city with Mr. and Mrs. F.T. : the past six weeks, left for her
er’ s. Special prices on quantities Miles.
home in Michigan, Tuesday, Mrs.
for parties, picnics, etc.
Another new lot of post cards! Hartramphf accompanying her
D a n Deaville, a prosperous at the Forest Grove Pharmacy. as far as Portland.
farmer near Cornelius, was in Local views of all kinds for your
Capt. F. S. Barnes moved into
town on business Tuesday.
the John Beal cottage on Fifth
Geo. Hamblin, the well-known street this week, vacating a build
Now is the time to purchase
manufacturer o f Glen- ing on First Ave, South, where
that range you want. The best
in the city on business he had lived continuously for
that are made can be had at
eleven years. The captain is re
O. Aschim, o f the Gaston sec nowned as the maker o f the best
Fred Hartramphf, of Hillsboro,
formerly living in this city, was tion, called at this office Tuesday archery bows in the world, and
has shipped six of them to Chi
up from the county seat Tuesday and placed his name on our list
cago parties within the past ten
in his Ruick.
Lee Byers, a farmer of the
A. G. Hoffman is repapering
section, was in town
his store-room next door to the
invested in a new
PRESS office and has cut in a win
dow on the east side.
(Crowded out last week.)
YOUNG LADY W A N T E D -T o
J. McCale cut hay for F. Black
learn typesetting. Must be high daughter, Miss Amy, were at the
school graduate and WILLING TO
days last week.
An agent for a school furnish
Apply Press Office.
WEEKLY NEWS OF WATTS
Mrs. John Baldwin returned to
Miss Julia Bemiss and C. E.
home in South Park Sunday,
Dixon, o f Gaston, were in the
several weeks visit with
Grove this week and attended
the Nelson-Dixon wedding at i friends in Portland.
| Blaine Hoskins recently return-
Mark Cox, a prosperous farm j ed from Idaho where he has been
er o f Gales Creek,and having ex distributing safe deposit banks
tensive holdings in this city, was for an eastern concern.
A party o f vacationists consist
ing o f Bert Doane, Hugh Murch
ison and Aubrey Moore, left for
Tillamook Monday via the Wilson
river route, and will spend the
next ten days watching the mer
maids disporting in the billowy
waves. 0 . C. Jackson took the
Diamonds; Watches, Solid G old and Gold Filled’
A large force of surveyors are
at work in the upper Patton val
ley this week.
O u r Specialty
Rings for the
O ld & Young
Hand Painted China; Fancy Vases; Novelties
Anything and Everything in Jewelry.
T h e B ig S t o r e
The F. P. Gas Plant Does All This at Minimum Cost
A. C. Philip, Agent
200 Chamber of Commerce,
Call or Telephone Your Orders to
Schultz Market & Grocery
For Fresh, Salt and Smoked M eats,
Fish and Vegetables of A ll Kinds
A n Especially Neat Stock of Monopole Canned
Goods and Groceries
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
........ ................ F O R
TENTS, HAY ROPE and HAYING TOOLS
of the very best
NEWSY GASTON ITEMS
B o o th J e w e lr y C o .
W a tch
The Hanson hay-baler from
Dilley is doing work in the dist
rict this week.
Miss L. Farr is staying with
hei* father for the summer, his
Mrs. M. Bisbee has so far im
proved as to be able to walk to
Your summer vacation can be ing the little one’s grand-parents
ronewed during the winter even Mr. and Mrs. A. Dilley.
ings if you take an Ansco cam
era with you. Sold by Forest
Grove Pharmacy at special cut
Dr. Wells was transacting bus
A merry little party consisting iness here this week.
o f the Misses Frances Heibel,
M. B. Signs made a flying trip
Nellie Hall, and Lula and Edith
Portland one day this week.
Feibell, spent a day last week at
Chas. Atkins, o f Gales cre**k,
the City Park. Crawfishing in
Gales creek furnished the prin was a business visitor Monday.
cipal form o f amusement, and
Mr. Strong intends to spend a
the young ladies used quite orig season on his Hill ranch as a va
inal methods in snaring the crus cation.
Harvey Hudson spent the week
end visiting with his grand-par
Fobs, Chains, Lockets and Bracelets; Clocks.
ing concern was in the district
looking after business interests
Miss Kate Shannon, accompan-
Mrs. Frank Johnson is enjoy
in the Grove Tuesday.
I ied by her uncle, Geo. NcGee, ing a visit from her parents, who
George Jackson returned Mon left Wednesday morning for a live at Clatskanine.
day from a week’ s enjoyable vis few days along the NehaLm.
The families of W. M. Harris
it with friends in Portland. Geo.
Homeopathic and F. Kennedy leave for Tilla
says he took in the entire town Pvsician and Oculist. Does no mook and Nehart’s Bay Friday
and knows the metropolis now surgery. Office at residence. for an outing.
about as well as a native.
319 North A street. Ind. Phone
Mrs. Chloe Shephard and baby
Miss Elsie Scott, who has been 3625.
son are out from Portland visit
making her home for some time
with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Thomas
in this city, the latter being her
aunt, left Wednesday for StPaul.
She will visit in Montana enroute
and the coming winter will at
tend school in Chicago.
Forest Grove, Ore.
Dr. C. E. Hawk, owner o f the
Hawkecrest ranch, spent Sunday
looking over his properties.
L. L. Paget returned to Port
land and his office Monday morn
ing. Mr. Paget owns one o f the
best farms near Gaston.
A. M. Porter made a visit to
Scoggin and Patton valley last
week. Mr. Porter owns a ten
thousand dollar farm in the Pat
HARVESTERS and MOWERS
are second to none and cost
no m ore than the inferior
article. Call and examine
them and be convinced of
their sterling worth
W e Carry A Full Line
Gasolene and Oil Stoves
two and three burner
Safe, Reliable and O dorless
Charter Oak —Ranges— Real Estate
None better m ade, and at prices that are reasonable
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