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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1910)
Live Items of Local Interest
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Local Reporters of the Press
A new arrival in trousers at
Mr. E. Beagle o f Centerville,
was in town Saturday.
Mrs. Gerald Volk was a Port-
0 . M. Gardner was doing bus-
land visitor Friday.
iness in the metropolis, Friday.
i j .
Geo. Ringle of Hillsboro was
Mrs. H. Patmore spent the
visiting his parents in this city week-end with friends in the
Henry Bamford, o f Hillside,
C. E. Morrison was registered
was a business visitor to the at Locksley hall, Seaside, the
Dick Halscher, a grape raiser
Mrs. Austin Buxton o f the
o f the Watts section was doing Watts neighborhood was shopp
business in town Friday.
ing in town Monday.
W. K. Newell, farmer and or-
chardist o f the Dilley section and
president o f the State Horticul
ture board, was attending to bus
iness matters in the Grove Tues
the breeze, the old patriot shout
The Accented Syllable
ed what a neighbor interpreted
When many Action writers try
as "Oregon dry, 1910!”
Their thoughts to give us hot,
Miss Minnie Buxton o f Port We get e-rot-ic novels, with
land was the guest o f her sister The accent on the rot.
Mrs. George 0 . Sloan at her
Claud Smith has returned to the pretty home west o f town, last When some hair-dressers seek to give
Us hair to At the hat.
city after several days spent at week.
We get er-rat-it coiffures, with
McNamer’s camp on the Wilson
The accent on the rat.
river, helping to get things in
— Boston Traveler.
condition to meet the summer
And when t)ie Asher leaves the pool
travel to the coast
And gladly home does hie,
I Mr. and Mrs. Moshier are We get some li-kely stories, with
Lloyd Moore, employed by the camping at Newport for the sea
The accent on the lie.
Forest Grove planing mill com son.
— Topeka Capital.
pany, injured his left hand quite
Methought, when fair Salome took
badly last Thursday while in the
The bald-head row by storm.
performance o f his duties, and camping on the upper Tualatin Her dance was quite in-form-al, with
The accent on the form.
has been unable to work since.
We still have left a number of
And when a needy friend drops in—
high priced hats, also some of
A busted pal or such
medium price, which we are clos day evening in the Evangelical
He tells a touch-ing story, with
ing out at less than cost for the
NEWSY GASTON ITEMS
Hinman has the best tents in
All work done in Dr. Booth’s
The accent on the touch.
city. You want to look them next three weeks. Miss Kirk-1 Mr.and Mrs.Morgan are camp
ptical Parlors guaranteed.
With Booth Jewelry Co.
We print these little verses from
Morgan attends to the quarry on
Full many a poet’s quill,
John Bernards, a farmer o f the
Mr. Purdy’s ranch.
And feel quite phil-an-thro-pic, with
erboort section, was a business ville. was in town Saturday mak United Railway in surveying on
The accent on the All.
their Tillamook line, was confined
ing the rounds o f the stores.
Mr. and Mrs. Orr are camping
visitor in town yesterday.
New York Mail.
to his rooms in this city for two at the Quarrie during the running
Mrs. E. E. Williams went to
FOR SALE—Jersey cow, giv
We came in later than you did
days, the fore part o f the week, [ season. The Crusher expects to
And got more. We feel great!
jng four gallons milk per day, Newport Monday and will spend but has recovered from his illness.
wind up its work shortly.
In fact w* feel e le t ed. with
LA.Moulton,Forest Grove. 38-2t two weeks by the sounding sea.
The accent on the late.
Glen Giltner finished his four
Miss Maudie Thomas gave a
D. D. Sage, a prosperous far
Houston, Texas, Post.
Earnest Keuter, the vinard-
years in the U. S. Navy, Sunday, birthday party this week to her
(ist o f David’ s Hill section, was a
and will likely be home in a few young friends it being the oc We, too, are late to enter
But we thought it would be well
business visitor in town Friday. a business visitor in town Fri days. Glen has been on the bat
casion o f her sixth birthday.
To add our little heliogram
tleship Nebraska and was with
Scoggs, the Cornelius jeweler,
With the accent on the -O.
Rev. Hiram Gould, pastor of the fleet in its trip around the
Chas. Adkins o f Galescreek and
formerly doing business in this
the local Methodist Church, was world.
J. H. Wescott are expecting to
city, was a business visitor Mon-
a week-end visitor to the Rose
leave for Trask country some The PRESS wants
John Vanderzanden, a prosper
time this week on an extended
ous farmer of Verboort, whose
You should try a glass o f that
Horses sent for and delivered boys were schoolmates o f the cougar hunt.
ielicious soda, all flavors, at
to any part o f the City. Ind Press man at Banks, when that
A number of the young people If you can write for publi
Shearer’ s. It will quench your
Phone No. 322. Harris & Mark thriving little city consisted of gave a pleasant surprise party to
cation, get in touch with
one dwelling house, was a Friday the Misses Scott and Duffy and
this office. W e have an
Alec Fipps. a pioneer farmer
three o f their Portland friends
Miss Cora Davidson went to visitor to the Grove.
[o f the Banks neighborhood, was
Refreshments offer which will positively
Portland Saturday and visited
Holbrook Lodge No. 30, Friday the last.
in the City Saturday, transacting
until Monday with friends in the
A. F. and A. M. Stated and games consumed the all too prove interesting. Drop a
Communication this Sat short hours. A very enjoyable postal or call in person.
urday evening, Aug. 6, at 8 p. evening was the verdict of all.
Bob Weathered, o f Hillsboro,
Hon. B. F. Purdy, a prominent m. sharp. Regular business and
former Pacific University stu
farmer of Patton valley, was in work in the E. A. degree.
dent, was* up from the county
Visiting brethren welcome.
town Saturday, shaking hands
^ seat. Monday.
E dwin A llen , W. M.
with his many Grove friends.
A. B en K ori , Secretary.
School Director Maury o f Dilley
Col. and Mrs. McNutt, o f Cor
was up Saturday, shaking hands
Miss Anna Johnson, o f Forest
nelius, drove up to the Grove in
and discussing crop prospects
and Springhill farm, is
the cool o f the evening Saturday
with his friends.
part of the season with
and made short calls on friends.
Mrs. M. C. I
George Reynolds o f Cornelius
S. L. Hollinger, former coun Bowles, o f Portland, at Seaside.
was doing the town Sunday, and
cilman of this city, now living at They are occupying the Bowles
Guy Morley was visiting friends
Cornelius, was up to hear Stew cottage, the Virginia.
the self same day.
art, the .prohi orator, Friday
Prof. Mary Farnham, of Pacif
Miss Kathryn Shannon and evening.
University, was registered the
her uncle. Geo. NcGee, have re
Mrs. W. H. Hollis, Mrs. H. J. past week at Cloud Cap Inn. on
turned from a pleasent outing in
Have you ever thought what
Goff and son, and William Watts, the Mt. Hood road. This resort
the Nehalem country.
will become of you when your
were registered from the Grove is becoming a favorite place for
earning capacity is waning?
Lee Sparks, the contractor, at the Irwin house, Newport, the vacationists to spend a few days
At 60 will you still be working
made a business trip to McMinn past week.
during the hot season.
for a low wage or enjoying a good
ville Friday, going up for a sup
Emmett Hover, now living at
Oliver Corl has sold his bicycle
ply o f finishing lumber.
That depends upon what you
Dilley, but a school-mate o f the repairing business to his father
are doing ROW to secure the train
Harry Bradley, ranching in the P ress man at Banks in the old L.R. Corl, and will devote his
ing that will steadily advance you
Banks section, and an old school days, was transacting business time hereafter to the automobile
in position and salary during the
mate o f the P ress man, was a in town Saturday.
business. Mr. Corl, Senior, will
coming years. Only training will
business visitor in town on Sat
The Oregonian, in last Sun conduct the bicycle business at
put you in the income class.
day’s edition, gave a write-up of the old stand on Pacific Avenue.
T o learn how you can receive
Henry Haney, the teamster, the schools and colleges o f the
this training without giving up
F. H. Hartley and family re
has been limping around the past West, and classes Pacific Univer
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turned to this city Friday, after
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Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Matthews,
o f Oak wood, Oklahoma, are visit
ing at the home of W, J. Good in
this city, being cousins o f the
Goods. Mr. Matthews is assist
ant cashier in a hank in his home
town. This is their first visit to
Forest Grove, and they express
themselves as being well pleased
with the city.
Uncle John Baldwin, drummer
boy with Sherman on his march
to the sea, last week raised, with
the assistance of several friends,
a forty foot flag pole on his pro
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the ground. Uncle John ran a
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