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Live Items of Local Interest
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Local Reporters of the Press
Gordon Brown was a business
visitor to Portland, Monday.
Professor Lester B. Shippee
and wife ariived in Forest Grove
J.S.Semones.of Caldwell, Ida.,
visited his brother, Dr. Semones,
Rev. Gould was in Portland
Jonnie Zenor is working on the
o f this city, last week.
j new Methodist church.
The yourg daughter o f J. W.
Dr. Semones has moved to 217
FOR SALE—40 stands of bees.
the liveryman, who has
First St. Ind. Phone 311 45-2t F. A. Everest,Gaston,Ore. 41-6t
been seriously ill, is reported to
Dr. Walker is superintending
Professor Joseph Marsh and be much improved.
the wiring o f the new Methodist wife were Rose city visitors Wed
Miss Bertha Williams came up j
from the beach home at Seaview
Mr. and Mrs Barger and Mrs.
Arthur Reeher, a fire warden Monday and spent a few days at,
Zenor were visiting in Dilley Wed of the Wilsoy river country, is in the residence here
Charley and Roily Walker have
A sister of Mrs. Zenor arrived
For scientific shoeing go to
to the Grove, having
Friday night from Iowa to make Harris & Markham. They guar
closed their dancing pavilion at j
an extended visit.
antee the results.
Newport for the season.
One of John Heisler’ s children
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen were
Victor Brown, son o f ^Jvin |
at Gales Creek, is reported to be in Portland Wednesday attending
one o f Forest Grove’s I
sick with appendicitus.
the Pure Food Show.
earliest pioneers, was in town
Byron Lamont and Wife, living
George Boose the Grove’s first!Tuesday from his Wilson River:
in the section West o f town, were mayor, was in town from his Gas- ranch.
Tuesday visitors to the Grove.
ton rock quarry Wednesday
Miss Eva Bellinger, of Dallas,
A complete stock o f home-made
Miss Katherin Myers left this who has been visiting with!
candies can now be had at Prick- week for Los Angeles, where she friends in this city and at Banks
ett’ s confectionery. A l w a y s will resume her cburse in osteo for several days, returned to hei ,
Jennings and Van Doren are
John Taylor, William Smith,and
Geese have been observed fly-1
putting down six hundred feet of Frank Ramsey are building a ing South the past week, which |
concrete walk at the Lincoln play shed on the High school indicates that the summer is
nearly gone, and winter chill and
will soon be our portion.
Now is the time to purchase
Mr. and Mrs. George Spillman
thav^knge you want. The best spent Sunday with Mrs. Spill-1
that are made can be had at man’ s parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. ' Notice to Farmers—Bring in
j your chickens, eggs and butter
to W. F. Schultz and get cash '
Miss Joy, a teacher in the Pub
Yes the weather is getting in exchange. Produce of all
lic school and her brother and sis quite “ fally” a n d t h a t good kinds wanted.
ter, have moved into rooms in the warm underwear at Anderson’s
Ben Taylor, step-son o f Mr.
will make you comfortable.
MacGreer, who recently moved
C. L. Hinman has a full line of
Miss h ranees Meyers went to ^ere f rom Antelope,Oregon,came
ranges and heating stoves in Portland Sunday where she has a
out to the Grove Tuesday, after
stock. Make your selection now. position as instructor in one of
several weeks in a Portland hos
See the “ Charter Oak’ \
the South Portland schools.
pital with typhoid fever.
Prof. Taylor and Dr. Bean left
E. D. Baker and wife of Port
John Hoyt and wife, o f Blue
Friday morning for a walk to land, visited several days the
Missouri, are visiting this
Tillamook. They are expected past week with Mrs. Baker’s sis
the home o f W. J. Good,
« back some time this week.
ter, Mrs. F, T. Miles in this city. in his city, Mr. Hoyt is being
hALL 1910 OPENING Sept.
16th and 17, the newest ideas in
Hats and Millinery goods at Mrs.
A. E. Dixons, Main St. Forest
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman
and daughter Aileen were in Port
land Monday and Tuesday the
guests o f Prof. Staley on Po: tland
J. B. Matthews wishes to show
you the new
l nion jack; for
lifting, setting tires, stretching
fence and many other ¿.ses. Al-
Hop picking in the Buchanan
yard was completed today, and
by the end of the week most of
the yards will have finished pick
ing. Several yards report a
yield below the average on ac
count of light hops, but taking
the state in general, the yield
will be as good as last year.
Sample Underwear & Sweaters
E HAVE something exceedingly good to offer you
at this sale. The goods were bought at two-thirds
of regular price and will be sold at the same rate.
250 garments, no two alike. All grades are represented,
every one of them a genuine bargain
and they are worthy of your consideration.
them before buying your winter underwear.
Be sure to see
The sale begins
the 15th of Sept, at
The best stock of
Perfumes, Talcum Powder
and Toilet Creams in Town
Kodaks and Camera Supplies
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
ALL SIZES & STYLES
Homeopathic , ‘shown” by his former neighbor
pySjcjan and Oculist. ®Does no Good, and the chances are he
surgery. O ffice at residence. will locate here.
319 North A street. Ind. Phone
C.P. Reil and wife, o f Creston,
B. C., visited with Father Buck
Asa Wells, a childhood resident the fore-part of the week. Mr.
of this city and Cornelius, now Reil. who is a disiant relative of
m the real estate business in Louis Reil, the Lanadian martyr,
Portland, was in the Grove on intends to locate in Oregon in
the very near future.
W. F. Schultz
Why burn $4 wood when you
and gon p auj visited Sunday and | can buy a ton of Mendota coal for
Monday at the home o f Mrs. A. $7.50. delivered. Little soot and
N Larsop> o f Woodburr, who is little ash. Keeps an even fire.
a sigter o f Mrs gchuk*.
No splitting, no sawing, equals
Gain knowloge by correspond- two cords of wood. Give ita trial
enCe. Learn t o d o something Roswurm and Moulton, Forest
worth while; $75 scholarship cer Grove.
The “ W ood Superior” ,
Mr. and Mrs. John Bernards,
of the Roy section, were visitors
to the Grove Monday. John was
a pleasant caller at this office,
and says he will bring the P ress
the finest watermelon he has in
coacs and margaruites.
T. J. O.
We hear “T. J. O.” , — by the
way, “ T J. 0 . ” has become a
household name in Forest Grove—
is to have an exhibition of bread
H. M. Waller and wife, the lat- made from “T. J. O.” Flour.
ter a sister of John Williams.and • Mr. Thatcher tells us this flour is
Miss Emma Williams, his neice, made from a combination of wheat
all of Kansas, who have been vis- originated by himaelf in the east
iting at the Williams home on Certainly the bread made from it
First avenue, south, have gone to is very choice.
Walla Walla. Wash., for a visit
We wish him success in hisex-
with relatives there before re- hibition. Notice later as to date
j *nd conditions.
an Air Tight
Heater for W ood, cannot be excelled. Heavy cor
rugated Ventilated Linings, Extra Large Feed Door,
Deep Corrugated Ash Pit. Heavy Nickle Trimm
A Stove of Utility and Beauty
“ Charter O ak ” Ranges
supreme. W e carry a first class line from Smallest
to Largest. These ranges are constructed thruout
of steel, have porcelain lined reservoirs, s p e c if y
constructed ventilated ovens, and are handsomely
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latta and
Roscoe Vaughn, departed l a s t
week for a visit o f several weeks
with relatives and friends in Kan tificate in Internat’l schools for
L. F. Barin and aunt, Mrs.
sas and Washington, D. C.
sale at $50 cash. P ress office, tf Harding,of Portland, visited with
Captain Barnes Saturday. Mr.
Elmer King, o f Greely, Colo
William Abernethy o f this city, Barin is not yet twenty-one years
rado, and Mrs. Wiliiam Daly and and one o f Oregon’s earliest pio-
o f age, yet he has one o f the
Miss Eva Knight, of Nebraska, neera. suffered a paraletic stroke ° a ’ „hmitinv arms Cantain
visited this week at the home of Sunday
dam r 1-
Barn(,s e9t sh(f he n*
their uncle. Jesse Knight, on ter near Welshe’ s Hotel. He is!
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The Standard Bearers, a miss-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Gerrish and
organization o f the M eth-!
young son visited this week at the Kirkwood,Will Martain and Char
c hurch, held a social m eet-!
home of Dr. Nixon in this city. ley Auterson are taking a tramp
ing last Friday night at the home
Though the little chap doesn’t over to Tillamook. Arthur took
of A. G. Hoffman in honor o f the
weigh much, Billie says he would over a load of apples and expects
honorary members. R e f r e s h - !
not take a million for him.
to bring back a load of fish.
ments were served consisting o f
W. A. Williams, the district
manager of the Continental Ir -
surance Co., left Tuesday for the
east, where he will spend a week
in Iowa visiting his mother, and
will attend the Irrigation Con-
4th. Annual Sale 4th.
Stand the Test of W ear
A full line of General Hardware, Paints and
Oils. W agons, Buggies, Carriages and Farm
Implements. Tin and Granite Ware.
H IN M A N ’S H A R D W A R E S T O R E
New Fall Millinery
For the Trade
The Latest Shapes and Newest Col
orings in Millinery M aterials
Velvets, Pluahea, Beaver Cloth. Fancy Feathers, W ings
and Millinery Novelties
Now Being Displayed
M rs. A . EL Dixon