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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1910)
See Anderson’s suits before!
buying. Great assortment
Live Items of Local Interest
Your summer vacation can be
renewed during the winter even
ings if you take an Ansco cam- \
Local Reporters of the Press
era with you. Sold by the For
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est Grove Pharmacy at special
Everything in men’s clothing
Have you heard Dr. Paddock cut prices.
and furnishings at Andersons.
at the tent?
Frank Knox, whose home is at ]
C. 0 . Roe was doing business the northwest edge o f town, and
Dr. Paddock will preach every
evening at the Tent except Sat in Portland Wednesday.
who went to Colorado Springs,
Colorado, for his health some
Mrs. Saltmarsh, mother of
W. F. Schultz and Felix Ver- Mrs. C. A. Littler, visited with months ago, writes his family
that he is steadily improving.
hoven were business visitors to her Tuesday.
H. T. Giltner
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Mrs. E. Booth and children are
George H. Smith and Minnie
Netarts Beach for a few weeks
Mr. Hawthorne, ranching in Snyder were married at the Cath
the Clear Creek section, brought olic church at Roy, July 26, Father
in their new
a fat cow to a Grove butcher, Daum officating.
machine, returning Friday. Mr.
For sunburn nothing better Booth reports the roads in bad
Ed. Stevens, Art Caples and than cold cream; we keep the shape.
Willis Goff spent several days best Forest Grove Pharmacy.
Jim Reeher was in from Wil
this week hunting deer on the
River for a load o f supplies,
The subject for the morning ser Wednesday. Mr. Reeher reports
The Epworth League o f the
mon Sunday. “ If The Lord the travel to the coast as being
Methodist church held a social
quite heavy. An automobile went
Wednesday evening at the home
over by the Wilson River route,
Rodney Herrington, a prosper Saturday.
o f Fred Knight.
ous farmer o f Patton Valley, was
Joseph Pongratz o f Buxton is
Rev. Cephas Clapp, formerly
very low with Bright’ s dssease, a business visitor to the Grove, pastor o f the Congregational
and his recovery is doubtful. He
church in this city, but now oc
Loren Bogen, formerly in the cupying the pulpit of that de
is about fifty years o f age.
barber business in this city, now nomination at Washouga), Wn.,
Charley Miller and Ed. Ward
living at Woodburn, visited with visited friends in the Grove this
went deer hunting the forepart}
friends in the Grove this week.
o f the week, and Charley treated
the Press to a share of the ven
F. G. Sheffer and wife, o f Del
Pacific Ave., Forest Grove, pays Rio, Texas, uncle and aunt re
Dr. Paddock will preach in the highest market price in cash for spectively o f Mrs. C. A. Littler,
tent Sunday evening. Interest eggs and produce. Bring them were visiting in Forest Grove
Tuesday, enroute to Pennsyl
continues unabated, and a spirit in.
ual awakening is coming to many
James Ward, P. U .‘09 was in vania. Mr. Sheffer conducts a
who attend the services.
town Tuesday. He was on his large fruit ranch in his home
Bert Doane, farming in the way to the Ireland home near state.
Dr. C. L. Large reports a
Oakhill section, thrashed a field Greenville, where he will make a
daughter bom to the wife o f
o f wheat, Monday. This is said | shoft visit.
to be the first wheat thrashed! It is becoming quite fashion Horace
this season in Washington county, able to be a little exclusive, and Pacific depot agent here, last
C. A. Scoog has disposed of in order to be in the swim, the Monday. Parties wishing the at
his jewelry business at Cornelius P ress prints elsewhere in this tendance o f Dr. Large in this
and will leave with his family issue its exclusive exclusiveness. class o f cases will greatly oblige
him if convenient by engaging
next Sunday for Minnesota,
The United Rail’ y ’ s surveying his services two or three months
where they will make their home. crew that has been working the
prior to the expected event.
Otto Parsons, a prosperous past two weeks at Orenco, pass
Francis Clapp, graduate o f Pa
farmer o f Gales Creek, who re ed through town Tuesday on the
cific University and o f the Con
cently returned from a three
servatory o f Music at Pacific Un
months visit in Sweden, was in ! Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Martin,
iversity, and who taught in the
the city Monday looking after of Portland, visited over Sunday
mpsical department o f that in
at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. F. stitution o f learning, left Port
Several o f the business men of Y. Miles, in this city. Mrs. Mar land Monday for Berlin, where
the Grove ari formulating plans tin and Mrs. Miles are sisters.
she will continue her musical
for a fair to be held this fall at J Haskel Ferrin, o f the Forest
the City Park and race-track ea st, Grove National Bank, left Tues
o f town. It will be on a scale day for a two weeks jaunt with
comprehensive enough to e m -1 the Mazamas famous mountain
brace all sections o f the county. climbers. The party will visit
Teacher’s examinations will be Crater Lake.
held in Hillsboro, commencing
next Wednesday. Applicants for
state and county papers will be
examined, and County School
Superintendent M. C. Case will
studies. Miss Clapp is a young
lady o f much ability and her
many friends in this city predict
a brilliant future for her in her
Since the opening o f the buck
deer season last Monday, several
local nimrods have been out with
guns after the shy animals, and
I hereby announce myself as a
a number have been lucky enough candidate o f the Republican party
for the legislature for Washing
to bring back some meat.
ton county,subject to the approv
al of the voters at the Primary
election on the 24th day o f Sept
W. H. H o llis .
Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
Best Trout Fishing in Oregon
Board at the
Half W ay House
Day, W ee k or Month
Good Meals, Clean Beds, No Chinese
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adkins, Prop’r’*
Hom e Baking Co.
Finest of Bread and Pastry Baked Every Day
W e sell 6 loaves o f bread for 25^
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
The Progressive Store
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
A Fine Line of General Merchandise
Hoffman, Allen Co.
W A L TE R ROSW U RM
A. E. M O U L T O N
Roswurm & Moulton
Roswurm & Co.
Dealers in Real Estate, Exchanges, Business Chances,
Ice, Coal and Wood
P A C IF IC
IN S U R A N C E
M U T U A L FIRB
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, FOREST GROVJ2, OREGON
Will Save You More Than 25 Per Cent
W . H. Hollis
Mrs. M. A . Thomas
C or. 2nd.
S f and
1 s t A v e . South.
If you want up-to-date, reliable and trustworthy
plumbing fixtures installed, or repairs made,
get in touch with the practical plumber
H. L. DECKERT
R tiidm c« 4528
Forest Grove, Oregon
Forest Grove, Oregon
Offers thorough instruction in college and
It’s Laboratories are well equipped for
THIS IS THE MAN YOU NEEO
Conservatory gives superior instruction
Typewriting, Stenography and Commer
cial Branches are taught by competent in
If the hoofs o f your h on e need to
be shod. I have the metal, the
knowledge, the skill and the will
ingness to put your horses right
when they need a firm footing. •
I also do General Blacksmithing,
anything and everything.
you require for the hot days
o f July and August should be
Clean athletics and various student activ
ities are encouraged.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
A complete line o f hammocks
porch swings, rattan chairs, etc.
are here for your inspection.
The new gymnasium, fitted with all mod
em appliances, including a fine Running
Track and Swimming Pool, is added to the
equipment for the coming year.
We have a nice assortment
o f these essentials to coolness and
you will find them most inviting.
Send for Catalogue
Our experience tells us that
we may safely trust the people
to pick out the good points of
anything in this line.
FOREST GROVE GARAGE
R O E 8c C O M P A N Y