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C om piled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
When you buy your new wagon
jack, get the “ U nion." Simplest,
stongest and most useful. Once
used always used. J. B. Mat
thews, A g e n t
Bankers & Merchants Mutual Fire Assn-
L ocal R eporters o f the Press
The new roof o f the washing
emporium presided over by Quong
Miss Ethel Joy o f Wapato was
Dan Deaville o f Cornelius, was Lee, on Pacific Avenue,has been
in town Friday.
, in town Friday.
white washed. It looks pretty,
will all come out in the wash.
J. D. Harvey o f Gaston was in
Mrs. J. G. Lenneville was a
mean when the fall rains set
this city on business Friday.
Saturday visitor to the Rose city.
Jack Byers o f Thatcher, was a
R EM EM BER—Dr. Booth guar
Fred Gardner and w ife o f this
business visitor to the Grove,
antees all glasses for 1 year,
city are s e n d in g part o f the hot
Mrs. M. L. Vincent o f Gales season visiting with friends in
Colin Campbell was in town
Creek was a business visitor to lower Nehalem valley. Mrs.Gard
from his ranch in the Watts dis
this city Friday.
ner used to live in the Nehalem
country, where she has many
That gasolene stove you need
can be purchased at Hinmar.’s, was in town Friday attending to
Mrs. H. H. Claik and daught
two and three burners, with or business matters.
Mrs. Nettie Renshaw o f Port
20 L/o off on all silverware at
spent the week end with
Shearer’ s, the main street je w
Attorney Manch Langley spent
in this city. Mrs. Clark
the week end with friends at
has made her home with her
Herb Smith aad wife o f Gales daughter in Portland since the
Creek were visiting friends in death o f Hi.
D. D. Sage, ranching in the
this city Saturday.
Oakhill section, was a business
L. J. Brock, wife, and five
Wilson Davison.a farmer o f the
visitor to town Saturday.
children, o f Parsons, Kansas,
Manning section, was a business
Mrs. Catching and Mrs. Wes
have moved to this city and are
visitor in the Grove, Saturday.
ton, living on the Thatcher road,
occupying the large building
S. 0. Sears, ranching in the erected by the late I. A. Macrum
were shopping in town,Saturday.
Kansas city section, was a busi in South Park. Mrs. Brock is a
Mr. and Mrs Marion Hall went
ness visitor to the Grove, Friday. sister o f Mrs. Ed. Dixon, o f this
to Portland Saturday evening and
Ray Moore has sold his confec city.
visited with friends in that city.
tionary store a t Beaverton t o
Miss Grace Brown, who form
Robert and Perry Scott of
Frank Stroud and Henry Miller. erly lived in this city, now of
Beaverton, went to the Tillamook
Mrs. Lonzo Clyde, o f this city, Portland, who went to Arizona
I coast Saturday for a two weeks
visited several days t h e past for her health, some time ago,
weak with her son in Sheridan, and returned unbenefitted, writes
Harvey Baldwin brought in a
a friend in the Grove that since
1 fine buck deer from the mount
returning to Oregon she is much
M. L. Vincent, a well-to-do
ains. Saturday, Harve is becom
farmer o f Gales Creek, was at
ing a mighty hunter.
Frank Cardiff, now living in
tending to business matters in
Andrew Phillip o f this city,
Portland, but who was raised in
the Grove, Saturday.
was in Portland the last p artof th e !
Forest Grove, and who was a
Professor a n d Mrs. Joseph
week in the interest o f a lighting
classmate and chum of the P ress
Marsh spent several days the fore
system which he handles.
man when we were kids, spent
part o f the week visiting with a
John Carstens, one o f the solid
several days last week in and
son at Aurora, Oregon.
citizens o f Banks, and a prosper
about town, renewing old ac
Andy Allen, formerly a tonsor- quaintances.
ous hopraiser o f that section, was
ial artist in this city, now ranch
a visitor to the Grove, Friday.
An unusual sight on the streets
ing in the Oakhill section, was a
Harold Benjamin, o f Beaver
Saturday was a rpan driving a
Saturday visitor in town.
ton, who graduated from Tuala
[team hitched to a,yvagon having
Herbert brothers, o f Cornelius, j wheels about the size o f a kid’s
tin Academy this year, was calling
on friends in the Grove, Satur who spent a couple o f weeks on express wagon. The owner o f
the Tillamook coast, passed thru 1 the vehicle was in for a gas-driv
town Saturday on their way home. en engine, which will help him in
Mark Cox the Gales Creek ran
Tom Todd, prosperous farmer his farm work.
cher, and owner o f much property
the Oakhill section, and form
in Forest Grove, was in town Sat
J. G. Lenneville, the Pacific
urday, looking a f t e r business' er county commissioner, w a s Avenue blacksmith and chief o f
transacting business i n town, the fire department was in Port-
I land Saturday. Joe was only in
Thomas Bradley o f Progress, Friday.
had two fingers on his right hand
John Porter and Lonzo Clyde the Rose city forty minutes, but
badly injured in the machinery o f this city have the contract to he succeeded in separating him
o f a gasoline engine one day last plaster a building for the Laurel- self from an equal number o f doll-
week. He will not lose the use wood academy, and have entered ! ars in that time.
o f the members.
upon their work.
Father Kettenhofen o f St.John
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Parsons and
little Miss Nancy Moore went to
the mountains last week for a
ten days vacation
Don was left
in full charge o f the shop,and says
he can make good all right.
The Redemption Fathers gave a accompanied by his mother o f
luncheon in Portland Tuesday in I Chicago, visited the past week
honor o f Most Rev. Patrick Mur with Father Buck in this city.
ray, Superior General o f all Re- Father Kettenhofen formerly had
orders o f North | charge o f the Church o f the Vis
itation, Verbort, a n d is well
known in Forest Grove.
Offers thorough instruction in college and
It’s Laboratories are well equipped for
Comer va tory gives superior instruction
Typewriting, Stenography and Commer
cial Branches are taught by competent in-
s t uctors.
Clean athletics and various student activ
ities are encouraged.
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.
Send for Catalogue
Mrs. Belle P. Walker and Miss
Elda Walker, who returned from
the beach Sunday, will be in For^
est Grove until the latter part o f
this month, when they will re
turn to Lincoln, Nebraska, where
Miss Elda will again assume her
duties in the Nebraska State Uni
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bellinger,
Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Large and
Lucile, returned Friday from a
vacation spent a t Tillamook
beach. They went by automo
bile, and made the round trip with
out even a minor accident. Ask
Doc what the wild waves told
him, and he will look pensive.
Jesse West, formerly o f this
city, whose household goods were
destroyed in the fire which con
sumed the Schultz and Verhoeven
farmhouse in Yamhill county,
some weeks ago, was in the Grove
Friday. Though Jease lost his
awl (he is a shoemaker) he is
still cheerful, saying it might
have befen worse.
Forest Grove, Oregon
Writes the Most Conservative Line of Commercial and
Dwelling Insurance of Any Mutual Company in the
State. It will Pay You to Protect Your Prop
erty with One of Our Policies
H. T. Giltner
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
Forest G ro v e
Home Baking Co.
Finest o f Bread and Pastry Baked E very D ay
W e sell 6 loaves of bread for 25^
F ree D elivery to A ll Parts o f the City
The Progressive Store
Groceries, D ry Goods, Boots and Shoes
A Fine Line o f G eneral M erchandise
Hoffman, Allen Co.
W A LT E R ROSW URM
A. E. M O U L T O N
Roswurm & Moulton
Roswurm & Co.
Dealers in Real Estate, Exchanges, Business Chances,
Ice, Coal and Wood
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M U T U A L F IR E
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Will Save You
More Than 25 Per Cent
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
Pacific A ven u e
Forest G rove, O regon
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IKIN YOU NEED
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I have the metal, the *
knowledge, the skill and the w ill
ingness to put your horses right
when they need a firm footing.
I also do General Blacksmithing,
anything and everything.
FOREST GROVE GARAGE