Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, September 29, 1910, Image 9

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    Live Items of Local Interest
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Local Reporters of the Press
Miss Bertha Williams was a
F. E. David, formerly o f That­
Portia id shopper Friday.
cher, and now living in Arleta,
FOR S A L E —40 stands o f bees. was a business visitor in Forest
Grove Saturday.
F. A. Everest,Gaston,Ore. 41-6t
Will Gerish, o f Portland, who
R. A. Phelps and w ife visited
with friends in Hillsboro Sunday. was formerly in the music busi­
ness in this city, visited friends
Mrs. Robert Bellinger visited
in the Grove Saturday.
with friends in Hillsboro,Friday.
Playing marbles is all the rage,
John Bernards and wife, o f
and the Kids “ fudge” just as
Roy, were shopping in the Grove
much as they did in those fa r­
away days when we were kids.
Sheriff Hancock was up from
the county seat, Friday, on offici­ Notice to Farmers—Bring in
your chickens, eggs and butter
al business.
to W. F. Schultz and get cash
E. S. Burlingham was attend­ in exchange. Produce o f all
ing to business matters in Port­ kinds wanted.
land Saturday.
Wheelock Marsh, formerly a
Josh Adkins, ranching in the
newspaper man and postmaster
Glenwood section, was a Grove
o f this city, now a clerk in the
visitor Saturday.
Federal Court, Portland, visited
Robert Banks, o f the town of with Grove friends the past week.
that name, was a business visitor
Gain knowlege by correspond­
in the Grove Monday.
ence. Learn t o d o something
Charles Dixon, alias “ Windy worth while; $75 scholarship cer
Jim” , o f Gaston, was a business tificate in Internat’ l schools for
visitor in the Grove Friday.
sale at $50 cash. P ress office, tf
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Porter
Hubert Bernards, o f Verboort
and littWi Gertude Miller were,
and McMinnville, was in the
county seat visitors Saturday.
Grove Saturday. Mr. Bernards
Young Reiling, a solid citizen isapolitican from ’way back, and
o f Roy, was attending to business is always on hand election day.
matters in the Grove Saturday.
Oscar Baldwin, formerly o f
The cold weather demands proper protection within doors
as well as without. You can secure indoor comfort at a low
cost in fuel by using the right stoves. We have them.
The “ A U R O R A ” , a handsome heating stove, with
bronze urn and full nickle trim.
Swing top.
able front panel with nickle screw.
and Hot Blast Attachment.
Draft Register
Nickle foot rail.
splendid heater which will give sure satisfaction.
The “ C H A R TE R O A K ”
range is carefully m a d e
throughout of “ Hammered
Planished Stee ” , the finest
grade that is made, manu­
factured especially f o r
these stoves. The oven is
strong and rigid and i t s
construction such as to insure the best possible results in
baking, i he flue box is cast iron, extra large, with ample
opening; the damper is very sire pie and impossible to burn
out; reservoirs are porcelain lined. All ranges are full
nickle trim and will STAND THE TEST OF W EAR.
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Charter Oak and
Peterson, the grape and prune this city, now superintendent for
raiser o f David’s Hill, was a an engineering and construction
business visitor in town Friday. company in Portland, spent the
John Vanderzanden, senior, a week-end with friends in the
prosperous farmer o f the Verbort Grove.
“Wood” Superior
Bernard Ortman, living on the
section, was a Grove visitor Sat­
Ira Purdin farm two miles north­
west o f town, was in the Grove
A complete stock o f home-made
Saturday, a n d says six acres
candies can now be had at Prick-
yielded eight thousand pounds of
ett’ s confectionery. A l w a y s
dr.ed prunes.
Harry Levy passed thru town
Tom Todd, o f the Oakhill sec­
Saturday with a fine bunch o f
tion, and one o f the directors o f
beef cattle, which he was taking
a local bank, was in the Grove
to the head camp o f the United
Railways company, on the Port-
Ula Hanna and wife,and Oscar land-Tillamook line.
Alstiom and wife, have returned
A1 Mayfield, a California ac­
from a week’s pleasant visit to
quaintance o f J. A. Brown, the
the coast.
Pacific Avenue livery man, visit­
Now is the time to purchase ed him the past week. Mr.May-
For scientific horse-shoeing go
that range you want. The best field novy makes his home in Jack-
to Bryon Markham, Main S treet
that are made can be had at son county, Oregon.
He guarantees results.
Hinman’ s.
C. B. Campbell, o f the W att’s
John Hayne, who suffered a district, who was seriously injur­
serious injury to his foot some ed by his cultivator a couple of
I weeks ago, is able to hobble about weeks ago, is able to come to the
' on crutches.
Grove occasionally, but has been
Dick Holscher, a prosperous compelled to use a crutch.
young grape raiser o f the W att’ s
Aaron Wells who was formerly
section was a business visitor in in business in this city, but now-
i the Grove Friday.
living in Portland, and connected
Stand at the head of all com­
Give a greater a-
mount of heat at a lower ex­
penditure for fuel.
Come in
and examine t..em.
The Drs. Nixon have returned
from the Nehalem mountains,
Jwhither they went to look after
I their timber holdings.
with the midnight mission, spent
the week-end with his father and
sister, Mrs. John Williams, in the
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i -nmrmmmmm
Roswurm & Moulton
Successors to
Roswurm & Co.
Dealers in Real Estate, Exchanges, Business Chances,
Ice, Coal and Wood
Forest Grove
Bankers & Merchants Mutual Fire Ass’n
Arthur Reeher o f Wilson river,
Hinman has a full line o f
and heating stoves in was in the Grove the fore-part o f
Make your selection now. the w eek, and took over a load of
provisions. He will do the haul­
“ Charter Oak” .
¡¡J Writes the Most Conservative Line of Commercial and
ing while his father, James Reeh­
Mrs. Edward Bates,of Gaston,
Dwelling insurance of Any Mutual Company in the
er, is on a vacation trip to Penn­
hvas shopping in the Grove Sat-
State. It will Pay You to Protect Your Prop­
furday. Mrs. Bates, as Miss Etta
erty with One of Our Policies
Why burn $4 wood when you
|B< ar, formerly lived in this city.
can buy a ton o f Mendota coal for
I Attorney and Mrs. W. B. Shiv- $7.50. delivered. Little soot and
|ely, o f Portland, spent Sunday in little ash. Keeps an even fire.
iis city.the guests o f the latter’s No splitting, no sawing, equals
rents Mayor and Mrs. M. Pet- two cords o f wood. Give it a trial
Roswurm and Moulton, Forest
J. B. Matthews wishes to show Grove.
Edward Seymour, Mgr
M du the new "U nion” jack: for
Come in and fet your share
p ftin g , setting tires, stretching How to Swap and
tnce and many other uses. A l­
Come Out Ahead
ways handy.
How would you like to swap
C. L.
|Bee the
Everyday we're making
Forest Grove, Oregon
Oregon Land
Trading Co.
Farm and City Property
Miss Jessie Greer a n d Miss
ok were among the Fores:
ove people who attended the
k irch Conference at Hillst km •
liuav ewning.
your old soft-wood floor for var­
nished hardwood? Give me $2.
50 to boot and I ’ll trade. Find
me at Geo. G. Paterson’s and Bee
my samples.
C h i -N a m e l .
Both Phones
Forest Grove, Oregon
Hofhran and Allen Company
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