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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1910)
M R M te g l
j ALL AROUND THE TOWN
Any article o f summer milli-
nery at Miss Kirkwood’s Milli
nery Parlors will be sold at a
great reduction for the next
Homer, the young son o f J. A.
Brown, the livery man, who has
Bring: your eggs to Schultz and
FOR SALE -40 stands of bees. been seriously ill for the past two
weeks,is still confined to his home
get 27^ the dozen.
F. A.Everest,Gaston,Ore. 41-6t
is reported as improving.
J. W. H. Adkins, o f the Glen-
Miss Forbis was in from the
wood section, was doing business Forbis ranch in the Oakhill sec
Why burn $4 wood when you
in the Grove Monday.
buy a ton o f Mendota coal for
tion. Monday, riding in on horse
delivered. Little soot and
If you want to know the styles
Keeps an even fire.
in mens wear for fall and winter
Mt. Hood Ice Cream at Shear
no sawing, equals
ask Anderson T he L eading er’s. Special prices on quantities
Give it a trial
C lothier .
Roswurm and Moulton. Forest
Frank Fletcher, with the Unit Grove.
Jacob Mauss, a prosperous far
Railways surveying crew in
mer o f the Banks section, was
Miss Manche I^ngley enter
transacting business in the Grove theJJIenwood section, was in the
a few friends Friday eve
city Monday visiting friends.
ning at cards, refreshments were
Now is the time to purchase served, and the evening was a
For scientific shoeing go to
Harris & Markham. They guar that range you want. The best pleasant occasion for all present.
that are made can be had at
antee £he results.
Mis. Charles Hines won the prize
for the highest score at Five
Miss Alma Clark has returned
L. L. Hollinger, former council
from a months vacation spent
man of this city, now living at
Cor er Itore
with friends at Gearhart, and has Cornelius, was looking after bus
Several Forest Grove people
been since employed at Prickett’ s
iness matters in the Grove Mon were present a t the big clam
bake held at Newport Sunday.
Over five thousand people were
Now is your opportunity to re
Call or Telephone Your Orders to
plenish your silver chest. 20% Pysician and Oculist. Does no fed with the sea delicacies. More
off on all silverware at Arthur surgery. Office at residence. than a thousand excursionists
Shearer’s for the next ten days. 319 North A street. Ind. Phone went to Newport especially to en
joy the clam bake.
The Misses Kirkwood, New
J. S. Loynes and family, Jack
For Fresh, Salt and Smoked M eats,
Davis at d Miss Orrna Finley left A. H. Needham, with the mother man, Greer and Swanson, return
Monday mooting for a tea days of Mr. Mills, went to Banks Fri ed Saturday from a delightful
camping trip in the Wilson river day to visit with friends in that camping trip o f two weeks in the
Fish and Vegetables of A ll Kinds
growing little city.
Wilson river country. Miss Kirk
Frank Fletcher will visit foi wood left for Portland Monday,
A n Especially Neat Stock of Monopole Canned
Dr. Knox, formerly a practic
where she will spend the balance
Goods and Groceries
ing veterinary surgeon o f this
o f August selecting her fall mill
city, but who has since taken up
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City
the study o f dentistry in Portland Washington where he will be
was calling o n Grove friends
FARMERS—Schultz Market, on the Southern Pacific railway,
at Dilley, while removing a build
After 52 days o f continuous Pacific Ave., Forest Grove, pays
ing at Beaverton, which he is
sunshine, the next to the longest highest market price in cash for
into sections for the pur
drouth i i the history x>f the Ore eggs and produce. Bring them
Security Lice Killer.
had the misfor
gon weather bureau was broken in.
tune to run a nail through his
Dr. Robert’s Veterinary Remedies.
Monday, the rain coming down in
Gordon Brown returned to his
right wrist. The wound is very
torrents for a few minutes.
home in this city Monday, th e
Wakelee’s Squirrel and Gopher Poison.
painful, and Mr. Wolf will be un-1
An unusual number of teajns surveying crew of the United able to resume his work for some
were tied to the hitching chain on Railways with which he was con days.
To trade with us means to save you money
Main street, Monday, a n d a nected having their work in the
William Pitman, o f Hillsboro,
stranger i n town might have
foreman in the Palmer and Son’s
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
thought a convention was on the river completed. Gordon will at
at Estacada, Oregon, was
boards that day. Saturday i s
struck on the head by a chocker
u ualiy the big day for the farm
Rev. and Mrs. Philip Bauer of
block, Monday, which rendered j
ers in town.
Salem, are visiting this week at
him unconscious. He had just I
Hlnman has the best tents in the home of Mrs. Bauer’s parents, i fastened the chain to a log to be
the city. You want to look them Professor and Mrs. J. N. Garri pulled by the donkey engine,and
son, in this city. Rev. and Mrs.
over before vou buy.
when the slack was taken up, the
Bauer are both graduates o f Pa
Fred Watrous made a trip to cific University, and the former hook became detached and swung i
Eugene Friday, going up to ad is now pastor o f the Congrega around, striking him with great i
just a f.re loss covered by the tional church in the capital city. force. He was removed to a
Paci! c Home Mu ual Fire Insur
.J. B. Matthews wishes to show
ance Company, with headquart
Resolution» of Condolence
you the new “ Union” jack; for
of the very best
ers in this city. The matter was lifting, setting tires, stretching
amicably settled, and Fred re fence and mRny other uses. Al
In as much as it has pleased
turned home Tuesday.
tf i Divine Providence to remove
H. G. King, o f this city, Who
A horse belonging to Bob John from our midst, by death,our well
formerly lived at Stronghurst, son, a n i kept by a local livery beloved brother, Orville Tennis,
Illinois, has received a copy of stable in an inclosure near the and whereas, the death o f brother
t *e Sirorghurst Graphic, publish city jail, got tangled in the fire Tennis came so unexpectedly and
ed in hia old home town, which hell rope Monday night. The without a moments warning,
bad received notice o f his nomi- bell gave a clarion call in answer j therefore be it
Resolved: that while we mourn \
nat on by the assembly republic to a tug on the rope, and the fire-
are second to none and cost
the sisters o f brother Tennis,
ans for county treasurer, und laddies were startled from their
the paper predicts that King will sleep for an instant, but soon re who will miss the assistance and
no m ore than the inferior
kindly advice of a good and kind j
win in a canter.
alized it was a false alarm.
brother, that we. as Odd Fellows,
article. Call and examine
likev. ise mijs the presence and
them and be convinced of
assistance of brother Tennis in j
our midst and he it further
Resolved: that while we shall
as Odd Fellows cherish a fond
recollection of brother Orville
Tennis’ many virtues as an Odd
Diamonds; W atches, Solid Gold and Gold Filled
Fellow and a useful citizen, that
Fobs, Chains, Lockets and Bracelets; Clocks.
we shall endeavor to imitate the
example of a young man, w ho’
Rings for the
was ieloved by all who knew
O u r Specialty
and be it further
Old & Young
Resolved: that these resolutions
be spread upon the minutes o f
Hand Painted China; Fancy Vases; Novelties and
our lodge and a copy be furnish
Anything and Everything in Jewelry.
ed each of <Hir city news papers
for publication and a copy sent to
the sisters pf our deceased broth
None better made, and at prices that are reasonable
T h e Big S to re
Forest Grove, Ore.
' ( E.W. Haines
H IN M A N ’S H A R D W A R E S T O R E
Committee ’ S. A.Walker
( R M .Taylor
Groceries Dry Goods
Right Goods - Right Prîtes
Schultz Market & Grocery
FO R —
TENTS, HAY ROPE and HAYING TOOLS
HARVESTERS and MOWERS
Booth Jewelry Co.
their sterling worth
W e Carry A Full Line
Gasolene and Oil Stoves
two and three burner
Safe, Reliable and Odorless
Charter Oak —Ranges— Real Estate