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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1910)
Mrs. H. G. Ogden o f this city,
who has been seriously ill, is re
W. N. Thompson, o f Hillside,
was a business visitor
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Mrs. Porter King, of Portland,
Lige McCoy of Gales Creek was
Mrs. Nixon was a Portland vis-
visited Sunday with Miss Nena
in town Tuesday.
King o f this city.
Lincoln Geiger,recorder of Cor
’ Squire Stephens o f Dilley was j See the INDIAN ROBES at
nelius, was a business visitor in a Grove visitor Sunday.
the Grove Friday.
REMEMBER—Dr. Booth guar-
Miss Bertha Williams was a
Mr. Hubbard,of Dilley, was at antees all glasses for 1 year, tf Portland shopper Friday.
tending to business matters in
Col. McNutt, of Cornelius, was
C. J. Hodges made a business
the Grove the fore-part of the a business visitor in the Grove trip to Portland Monday.
Mrs. p ^ Moore visited with
Arthur Thomas, of the Oak-
Anything and everthing in friends in Portland Friday,
hill section, was attending to hardware, buggies, carriages and
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Mr- t,nner- o f North Yamhill,
business matters in the Grove wagons at Hinman’s.
was in this city on business Mon-
Mr. George Hey, of Vancouver, ! day.
B. C.. spent the week-end with
M r s . W. M. Langley a n d
his daughter. Miss Vina Hey.
Manche Langley were in Portland
Miss Fern Smith, who is teach- i Friday.
ing near Banks, attended the i
Thad. Stevenson of the Watt’s
Memorial exercises Thursday.
I never said that
section, was a Grove visitor
Miss Marion Fox is a student Tuesday.
in the normal department of
Earnest Olsen, a rancher of
Willamette University this year.
is the best Pour
Gales Creek, was a business visit
Mrs. E. W. Lamb and daught or Tuesday.
ever made, but 1
of the Oakhill section, were
did say that I be
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Deaville, of
shopping in the Grove Saturday, j
lieve ‘T . J. O .” is
Hillsboro, were in town on busi
Bill Baker, a farmer o f the ness Monday.
as good a flour as
Kansas City section, was a busi
is made or sold
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Morley of
ness visitor in the Grove Satur - 1
visited with friends in
in all the state
That gasolene stove you need
Bert Doane, of the Oakhill sec
can be purchased at Hinman’s,
two and three burners, with or lion was attending to business
matters in the Grove Tuesday.
I Never Said II !
T. J. 0.
W . F. Schuli
Market and Grocery
Call or Telephone Your Orders
Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats
Fish and Vegetables of All Kinds
Free Delivery to All Parts of City
Both Phones Pac. A ve Forest Grove
Cash Paid for All Farm Produce
Booth Jewelry Co.
T h e B ig S t o r e
Forest Grove, Ore.
>T. J. O.
^ ’O R photographic film
and printing paper,
cameras, pure chemi
cals and supplies of ail krids,
come to this store and you
will be certain of depend
able quality. W e sell the
■' JF IL jV I
v.'hich makes truer, better-
balanced negatives, and
Cyko Paper for deeper,
softer, clearer prints.
Let us show you our
splendid a s s o r t m e n t of
cameras. Pure chemicals,
all photographic supplies.
Developing and printing
done. Reasonable charges.
Fcrest Grove Pharmacy
P h o n e s
COM PA NY
Uncle Eli Smith, a rancher of
E. X. Harding, the Gaston
rhe Glenwood section, was a bus- flour manufacturer, was in the
iness visitor in the Grove the Grove the fore part of the week.
lore-part o f the week.
Ivan Donaldson, of Tillamook,
Capt. and Mrs. Fred Wilson arrived in the city Saturday, and
visited their daughter, Christine, will attend Pacific University this
last week. They will make year.
Eugene their future home.
Aden Harper of Gales Creek
Don’ t get glasses from the
inexperienced street fakir. See
Dr. Booth who has had 18 years
experience and guarantees his
Will Save You
was in Portland last week, called
ttiere by the serious illness of an
Walter Hamer, who has spent
the past summer at Newport, is
Some miscreant broke a large visiting his parents, Mr.and Mrs.
window, Saturday, in the house R. W. S. Hamer, in this city.
now being built in the eastern
section of the town by Henry
To Poultry Kaisers—Highest
cash prices paid for chickens,
Prof. Farnham presented a eggs and butter by the Schultz
paper Friday before the St. market, Forest Grove.
Helens Woman’s club at Che-
S. H. Clark, the Dilley barber,
halis, Wash., on “ Renaissance
\ will move his family to the Grove
Ideals in A rt.”
| this week, and will hereafter be
When you buy your new wagon
jack, get the "U nion.” S\wp\est, associated in business with Joe |
stongest and most useful. Or.ce ; stream.
used always used. J. B. Mat-
Miss Edith Felbell visited Port-
land Tuesday, and departed Wed-
Mrs. Don Leatherman and Mrs. nesday for the Phillips district,
Hai ry DeLaney, o f Portland, vis- where she will be principal of the
ited the past week with Miss public school.
Frances Heibel and the Misses
R. M. Stevens, who formerly
; Felbell in this city.
lived in this city, but who has
Mrs. L. C. Armstrong a n d been traveling in different sec
1 baby Neal have gone to Prindle, tions of the coast states this sum
Washington, to join Mr. Arm mer, visited with friends in the
strong, who has work in a log Grove this week.
ging camp there.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W.Mertz
Chief of Police William Dooers
and wife visited the street carni
val at Hillsboro, Saturday. Bill
says the apple display was the
best he has ever seen.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE. FOREST GROVE, OREGON
If you want up-to-date, reliable and trustworthy
plumbing fixtures installed, or repairs made,
get in touch with the practical plumber
H. L. DEC3CERT
Forest Grove, Oregon
THIS IS THE MAN YOU NEED
If the hoofs o f your horse need to
be shod. I have the metal, the
knowledge, the skill and the will
ingness to put your horses right
when they need a firm footing.
I also do General Blacksmithing,
anything and everything.
of this city, have been receiving
the congratulations of their many
friends the past week, the occa
sion being the arrival, Saturday,
of an eleven-pound daughter.
Offer* thorough instruction in college and
Its Laboratories are well equipped for
Roy Knox, who is logging at
Deep River, Washington, visited
from Friday until Monday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank
Knox, living on the northeast
edge o f town.
LOST On Pacific Avenue, be-
tween my livery barn and resi-
dence. Open face, nickle case
Waltham watch. Has sunk dial,
|eather strap attached to
guard ring. Its return will be ap
preciated as it was a present from
my son Alvin, who died last win
Charlie Lofland, who has a ter, and is greatly valued on that
small farm adjoining the city on account.
J. A. Brown, tf
the northeast has been blasting
Mrs. Clyde Aitcheson gave a
stumps the past week, which ac delightful Bridge party at her
)oesn’t compare with our counts for the loud noises heard beautiful Portland home last week
at frequent intervals.
in compliment to a number of
SO D A W A T E R
Miss Lillian Elder, who sp-nt Forest Grove ladies.
Come in and try it
the summer sight-seeing and vis- those who attended were: Mes-
iting in California, returned to dames Wilbur McEldowney.Phil*
For est Grove in time to register ip Kinzer, John Wilson Macrum,
in the Conservatory of Music at Charles Hines and Miss Minnie
Forest Grove the opening o f the year.
M '.H S*-eet
M ore Than
Conservatory give* superior instruction
Typewriting, Stenography and Commer
cial Branches are taught by competent in
Clean athletics and various student activ
ities are encouraged.
The new gymnasium, fitted with all mod
ern appliances, including a fine Running
Track and Swimming Pool, is added to the
equipment for the coming year.
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