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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1910)
The pipe men have been putt- while they were ill Milton a fan - v
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ing in several sections o f six-inch ily reunion :f the V\ Liming clur.
water pipe on First street near was held, two brothers and t o
¿•-I's. a-oi.n V> i!.; ■ r. ¡.? \ i-'tin.y;
the Oregon Electric depot this listers, with their wives, has
’ v u h her u kitivts i t Tiikur.ock.
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
bands and children being present.
A. S. Lint’’:' n r . f f ;mny expect
Mrs. Cathrina Larsen died at A banquet was served, o f which
Local Reporters of the Press
to leave Sati:rJ?y for an outing
her home in Hillsboro, ¡Saturday,
at the coast.
C. V. B. Russell has returned
W. L. Cady was in Buxton on aKed 62 years,
11. 0 . Stevenson, State Came
business matters Fri lay.
j o f Germany. One son, John,lives
‘ Warden, reluvneii from a trip to
Southern Oregon Tuesday.
Mayor Peterson joins his fami-
Jake Shearer and wife are at
Newport for a couple of weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. F.W.Schultz vis-
C. A. Broderson was a Portland
1 had Stevenson was elected a
ly at Newport today.
ited in this city from Sunday to visitor Wednesday.
director on the school board in
The children o f E. J. Ward, at
Rev. Gould, pastor o f the M. Tuesday with w . p Schultz^and
Mr. McBride made a business place o f W. M. Harris, resigned.
Gaston, are quite ill with dipthe- E. church, was in Portland Fn- family
Their son Earl; who has j trip to Portland this week.
N. A.x?rost has moved into the
been visiting with his cousins the
Miss Maud Ran ford is visiting Haines house while the carpen
ters are getting his own cottage
Mrs. W. M. Langley and Miss
Mrs. Parrish and daughter o f Schultz boys, returned home j at the home o f A. B. Todd.
ready for occupation.
Langley were Portland visitors Portland are visiting Mrs LeRoy with them.
Miss Merle Maury, who has
| Needham o f this city
W. M. Harris and family left
Work on the new Methodist been very sick for over a month,
morning for Southern
All work done in Dr. Booth’ s church is progressing favorably, 1 is reported much better.
Miss Myrtle Butler, o f Hills-
Oregon where they expect to
boro, spent Friday night with Optical Parlors guaranteed,
and the edifice has reached the | Miss Vida Challacombe visited make their future home. Then-
stage where it may be seen that with her sister, Mrs. J. W.Hughes many friends were sorry to have
'friends in this city.
With Booth Jewelry Co,
them go, but wish them all pros
when finished it will be one o f the for a few days the past week.
Hinman has the best tents in
Robert Wirtz and wife and Mrs.
perity in their new home.
the city. You want to look them Lizzie Wirtz and daughter Rita,
Lena, from Tillamook, are visit
outside o f Portland.
A committee from the City
over before vou buy.
left for the coast yesterday.
ing at the home o f Mr. Pollack. Council o f Forest Grove, headed
Phillip Porter, who spent his
................. .. by Mayor Peterson, were inves
Bill David, the grapegrower of
Sam Show has returned from
in this city, now farm-
ey ie ‘ tigating the claims made by sev
Davd’ s Hill, was transacting bus- the Reeher place where he has boyhood
an installation o f offheers and
iness in town, Tuesday.
been working this summer.
ing in the Gales Creek section, serVed tea,cream and cake to the eral residents o f Watts against
that citv, on the account ot' dam
The Missionary Society o f the
FOR SALE -Jersey cow, giv- was in town Tuesday on business j members,
caused during the construct
matters. Phil has by industry
Luthern Church at Blooming had i ing four gallons milk per day,
The Ladies’ Aid society o f Dil- ion o f the water pipe line leading
a picnic the forepart of the week S. A. Moulton. Forest Grove. 38-2t and strict a“ ention lransform« d ley spent Wednesday at the home into the Grove.
an ordinary farm into one ot the
o f Mrs. Shagren irr Forest Grove.
The house that specializes gives
Horses sent for and delivered m0st valuable holdings in his
A pleasant time was had.
LOST—Gold chain and fob
you the best service. Anderson’ s to any part o f the City. Ind neighborhood.
initials H. L. D. Finder
A surprise party was given to
is such: Mens clothes and furnish Phone No. 322. Harris & Mark-
Alphonso Voss, who was raised
P ress office and receive
Maggie Hartry Tuesday evening.
| in Forest Grove, but who has re-
The time was spent in games and
You should try a glass o f that
Stella Hahn has returned to her | side*! in Portland since reaching
delicious soda, all flavors, at home from Portland where she manhood, working at the harness amusements. A dainty lunch
Shearer’s It will quench your has been in the employ o f Meier trade, has established himself in was served and all report an en
business in the Rose city across
Mrs. John Gates and daughter.
Mrs. William Kane, who has the river, and reports to friends For Recorder of Conveyances
Mrs. Brickey, living on a farm been ill for several months, came *n this city that he is meeting
If you can write for publi
two miles northwest o f this city, up town on the car Tuesday after- with good success in his venture,
I hereby announce myself as a cation, get in touch with
were shopping in the Grove,Tues noon, being much improved in
G w Marsh, recommended by candidate o f the Republican par this off ice. W e have c
ty for Recorder o f Conveyances
the county Republican Assembly o f Washington County, subject
offer which will positive.j
Mrs. Evelyn Kinder, who was
Allen Dale, who has been for for County Judge, has filed h isjt^th e approval o f the voters at
prove interesting. Drop r
fatally injured in a runaway acci- the past few days with Clyde declaration, and his announce- the Primary election on the 24th.
postal or call in person.
dent in Portland Sunday, was the Ryan at Gales Creek, came into ment will be found elsewhere in day o f September, 1910.
mother of Mrs. Walling o f this town Monday afternoon with a this issue. Mr. Marsh was a
fine buck deer.
caller at the P ress office Wed-
DOINGS AT DILLEY
The PRESS wants
Floyd Allen left the early part
First Congregational Church. nesday. and ' e^*; ^is name on oui
o f the week for Portland where Subjects o f Sunday Sermons, I subscription list for the next L:
he will be employed in an auto- Morning Subject “ Being Still issues.
mobile establishment until school Before God’ ’. Evening “ Jesus,
James Reeher, the Wilson ii\
| The Sinners Friend’ ’ .
j er rancher, was in town the fo *
W. K. Newell, o f Dilley, pres-
A Hillsboro so.iawater works, part o f the week for a load c
ident of state board o f horticul- wagon has been making frequent supplies. The Reehers not on ’,
ure, has returned from a visit to trips to this city, the hot weather take care o f coast travelers, bu
Medford. He is much impressed | causing both young and aged to they also board the surveying
with the orchards in that sedioli. drink much o f the sizzling liquid. crew of the United railway corn
pany located in that section, an
M. B. Burnell, wile and two
J. C. Giltner, living on Third if the loads of grub Jim takes i
daughters, of Mason City, Ne street, who lias been seriously ill is any criterion, the open air lift
braska, returned home Wednes for the past ten days with an at is conductive to huge appetites.
day after a visit in this city with tack o f the “ Grippe,” is able to>
the families o f W. L. Cady and sit on the porch and enjoy the
J. H. Hartley.
NEWSY GASTON ITEMS
We still have left a number of i Amoran Poi ter, vv ho recently
Nt.a] Brown was seen on oui
high priced hats, also some of underwent a surgical operation in streets this week,
medium price, which we are clos- Portland, is seriously ill at his
. , .. I
ing out at less than cost for the home on Pacific Avenue, the re- En?m“ rtK»rr B i S ! i t o ! ? l S ,B^ u r -
next three weeks. Miss Kirk- suit ot the operation being not as <]av.
wood’ s Millinery Parlors. 39-2t. favorable as was expected.
Rev. N. W. Phelps and family,
Miss Anna Deane, who has
Father Buck and his four left for the coast this week to be
been employed in t h e First
friends who accompanied him away three weeks.
Nanional bank for some time, has
bave returned from a two week’ s Dick Emmerson is
given up her place on account o f | vacat*on spent on the coast at his cot in a Portland Hospital
her health and will take several Netarts. While gone the party with rheumatism, but expects to
weeks vacation. Miss Margaret took several long walks up and *** Rb°ut soon.
Leon Koberstein is spending
Hinniun has taken up the work down the beach, and had a very
ten days vacation with his
at the bank.
parents and expects to camp out [
James McHale.a young farmer for a few days in the venison
The Tent meeting close Friday
living in the Watts section, threw country.
evening Aug. 12. On that even
ing a freewill offering for Dr. a great scare into his friends Sun
Mr.Harding asks that all wish
day. Jim went to Cornelius Sat ing to register do so as early as
Paddock will be taken. We ask
urday, and returning homeward possible, to avoid the rush which
only that those who feel that they
late at night, he put up at the wailing might cause us to exper
have been helped in the meetings
residence o f a friend; letting his 't‘nce- The books are open at the
give what they are able to give in
team wander to his farm alone.
this offering. It is the only pay
Dr." Pad!luck wHUe^ive for tte
* ot h,°,m
ce a‘‘ “ ri^ht side' “P ini* b» lthfer of E; J- Ward v«»t-
i x q, with care” Sunday evening
mg here from a far eastern state
months faithful service. D. T.
likes Oregon very well and con-
George Kirkwood, who made templates locating in this neigh-
The United Artisan lodge of
this city to the number of about
« ( ^ .n c lu d i n , invited IwatiMn-
d" ' * f ‘C V " " ' "
L .,,„ Cli
borhood. Mr. Ward is accom-
i ‘ V. ’ • * Hill*hnrrf
'S pan,ed by his wife*
daughter in Hillsboro, was
town T W a y each .«,™ * "hoot
Tu<",,l“ > ■»»■»"with hi, many friend«.
niKht, which endyd In a picnic at Mr. Kirkwood ha, recently re-
the rily park we., of town. A 1 turned from a visit to the land of
bonfire was built, «round wh,ch his „ ativit), and ha3 milch to tt„
«tones were told and son«,sun«, of the "banksand braeso* bonnle
A lunch was served by the ladies, doon." where Bobbie Burns sane
and at a late hour the revelers re- his heart away; but he likes Ore-
turned home tired but happy.
Relatives Hold Banquet
Mr. and Mrs. John Williams,
o f their
grocery store on Pacific avenue,
have returned to this city after
a three weeks visit with relatives
in Walla Walla, Milton and Dixie;
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