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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1910)
A Washington county news
paper publisher is troubled quite
, seriously with exaggerated ego o f
the cosmos. The usual remedial
agents o f the old school doctors
j will likely have but little effect
The Original Guaranteed Sox
in his case, and the only thing
“ H o l e p r o o f ” at Andersons.
that will prove efficacious will be
Miss Emma B. Penfield made a for him to take a tumble to him
business trip to Portland Friday. self.
R E you getting the very best results out of your
A r e you making the finest photo
graphs possible ?
Not unless you are using the best
film and printing paper.
will give you clearer, better-defined and better-balanced nega»
li.VeS r l • cxcePl^ n.a^ speed and latitude minimize uncertainty
nom lighting conditions. Non-curling; non-halation; numben
Cse Cy*o ‘Paper, or let us print your negatives with
Cyl(o. It maizes deeper, softer, more artistic prints.
" e h*ve a splendid assortment of cameras for your
Pure chemicals and all photographic supplies
needed by the amateur.
F o rest
G ro ve
P h arm acy
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Oregon Land & Trading Co.
R EM EM BER—Dr. Booth guar
Samuel Lawrence o f this city
antees all glasses for 1 year,
t f has accepted a position with the
Mrs. Nel Johnson ofSpringhill law firm o f U. S. Senator Geo. E.
farm was shopping in town Mon Chamberlin, in Portland. Sam
is a graduate o f Pacific Univer
sity, and o f the law department
C. H. Bamford, farming in the
o f the University o f Washington,
Hillside section, was a Saturday
and is well equipped to follow his
visitor to the Grove.
Manche Langley, F o r e s t
Councilman Felix Verhoeven
Grove’s lady lawyer, called on
a collection o f coins o f prob
friends in Hillsboro, Monday.
ably every country on display in
L. S. Porter and wife of this
the windows o f thè Forest Grove
city were guests at the Midway Nationa, Bank. The collection is
hotel, Newport, the past week. interesting as sh((Wing the vari-
20% off on all silverware at ous sizes adopted by different
Shearer’ s, the main street jew- countries in coins o f the same
Dr. c . L. Large, Mrs. Large
an(j Ducile, and Mr. and Mrs. W.
\ Bellinger went to the Ti 11a-
Edward Seymour, M gr
mook coast Monday by auto, via
the Sheridan route. The party
started at seven o’ clock in the
'Corning, and Doc said they
he gazing on the tempest-
B o th P h o n es
F o rest G ro v e , O re g o n
uous waves by one o’clock the
sanu 1 av"
Reports o f deputies from the
different counties in Oregon to
the State Game Warden’ s office
J. M. Pollock, w ife and daught-1 ^
in this city, indicate that deer
er, o f this city, were registered
are more plentiful this year than
at the Midway hotel, Newport,
for several seasons past. Wash
the past week.
ington county nimrods have been
A number o f townspeople, both out in force since the season open-
Watch Repairing A Specialty
men and women, had a jolly time e(j > an(j but few have returned
Friday swimming in the new without bagging a buck,
John Tavlor o f this city has
Mark Cox a prosperous farmer been awarded the contract for the
o f Gales City, and w.th extensive constrilction o f a handsome bung-
property holdings in the Grove, alow, by Henry McGreer, a pros
was here on business matters,
perous sheepraiser o f Antelope,
Oergon, who will make his home
Try our invigorating and refreshing
When you buy your new wagon hereafter in this city. The new
get the “ Union.” Simplest, house is to l>e built on property
S O D A
stongest and mo^t useful. Once east o f the campus, known as the
with pure crushed fruits for flavoring.
used always used. J. B. Mat Stokes farm.
You are not limited to crushed fruits, how
ever. O uk C hocolate I ce C ream S odas
Miss Wilhelmina Heidel, of
N j t S undaes are simply delicious.
Hon. Ira Purden, owning a fine Hillsboro, has returned to her
fi rm on the Tnatcher road, two home from Boston, where she has
miles north o f this city, was at been attending a school o f ex
Miss Heidel was a for
P acific A v e .
F o r e s t G r o v e tendi ig to Lusiness matters in pression.
mer student o f Pacific University,
the Grove, Monday.
Any article o f summer milli and on many occasions the people
nery at Miss Kirkwood’s Milli o f Forest Grove have listened
nery Parlors will be sold at a with pleasure to her dramatic
great reduction for the next reading.
Farm and City Property
Ferd Hartramph, formerly o f
this city, now living in Hillsboro,
was up from the countv seat Sat-
A l Sexton was at the county
seat Saturday taking down a load
o f goods for Salens, the ex-butch-
er o f this city.
That gasolene stove you need
can be purchased at Hinman’s,
two and three burners, with or
M. J. Abbott
Jeweler and Optician
W . E. PricKeti
Announcements ot Candidates
For County Treasurer
I hereby announce m yself as a
Republican candidate for the
office o f County Treasurer o f
Washington County, subject to
the endorsement o f the primary
election to be held Saturday,
Sept. 24. 1910.
H. G. K in g .
W . H. Hollis
I hereby announce myself as a -
candidate o f the Republican party
for the legislature for Washing
ton county,subject to the approv
al o f the voters at the Primary
election on the 24th day o f Sept
W. H. H o llis .
Geo. G. Hancock
To the voters o f
Washington County, Oregon:
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office o f Sheriff
o f Washington County, subject
to the endorsement o f the pri
mary election, to be held on Sep
tember 24th, 1910.
I f I am nominated and elected
I will during my term o f office,
faithfully and impartially dis
charge the duties thereof, and
give to the people o f this county
an efficient and at the same time
an economical administration.
I further state that I will give
the business o f that office my
personal attention, with courtesy
and fair treatment to all.
G e o . G. H a n c o c k .
Mrs. M. A. Thomas
Cor. 2nd. St' and 1st. Ave. South.
Forest Grove, Oregon
you require for the hot days
of July and August should be
A complete line of hammocks
porch swings, rattan chairs, etc.
are here for your inspection.
We have a nice assortment
o f these essentials to coolness and
you will find them most inviting.
Our experience tells us that
we may safely trust the people
to pick out the good points of
anything in this line.
ROE & COMPANY
Forest Grove Meat Market
Fiesn aH Salted Meats. Home Made Pork Sausage “Just
Like Dad Used to Ma<e ‘D^wa on the Farm. ”
r ir Hides
P H O N IE S
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bne ° l B2 a ,
M D D R E it W IL H E L M S O N
THROUGH TICKETS EAST
OREGON ELECTRIC RAIL’Y
A N D
D A IL Y
C H O IC E
PO R TLAND
/ nd Other Eastern Points
Sept. 8 and 22, 1910
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v.r;.-<M d ec " c iliilw .y
Po. ¡Jan*., Ore.
T l t i o n SiM-er*
J. E. Farmer. Agent
Ore. Elec, Ry.
Forest Grove, Ore.
John Cornelius, former council
man o f this city, lo w living the
carefree life of a rancher in the
Blooming section, was in town
Saturday attending to business
Jim Fairchilds, connected with
the postoffice department of
Portland visited the past week
with his parents at Cornelius.
He called on friends in this city
Friday and Satin day.
Lee Sparks, the contractor, with
a force o f men, began the con
struction o f a fine dwelling house
on the farm of Davis Brothers,
seven miles Southeast o f Cornel
ius, Monday. The three build
ings being erected by banker
Sholes in Cornelius, for which
Lee has the contract, are nearing
T h ro
N o t ic e F o r P u b lic a t io n
H. Harper, ranching in the
D E P ’T. OF T H E IN TE R IO R
Gales creek section, was in town
Monday. He reports Mrs. Har U.S. L and O ffice Portland, Ore.
August 6th, 1910
per, who was seriously burned
about the 1 wer limbs last week, NOTICE is hereby given that
as progressing favorably towards H e n r y A. BURLEY, of Bacona,
Oregon, who on Septemlier 18th,
19 . made Homestead entry,No.
Mrs. Gladys Hartley Adams 16082. Serial, No.01029, for the SEJ
has returned Irom Santa Ana, Section 2. township 3 North,
Range 4 West, Willamette Meri Elgin Watches are Unsurpassed
Cal., to her mother’s home at
dian, has filed notice of intention
Hood River. Mrs. Adams and to make Final five year Proof, to in Accuracy A Quality Features
her late husband, Dal Adams, establish claim to the land above
were former wellknown students described, before the Register
and Receiver o f the United States
at Pacific University,
Igind Office at Port la id, Oregon,
Victor Fuqua spent a coupie o f on the 23rd day o f September,
days in the mountains last week, 1910.
hunting the snv and flaet-footed . Claimant narm* as witnesses:
Right on Time
The Main S i Jeweler
_ M.M. S h i f t e r . R o b e r t
deer. \ c did r. »t even g e t a MAS j 0,|S J kssp . n J ohnson . J. N.
sight o f the wilev game, but says pu ,*PiN) a)| 0f Bacona Oregon,
the fun o f tramping through the
wood» was worth the ti ne spent. 40 5t
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