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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1910)
Live Items of Local Interest
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Local Reporters of the Press
Prof. Ferguson made a trip to
Boys youths and mens clothing
A. J. Hoffman made a short
Pres. Ferrin was in Portland
trip to Hillsboro Tuesday.
Saturday on business.
IN M A N ’S I STOVES I
J STOVES I H
H A R D W A R E STORE
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. W e have them.
Chas. Shipley ran over to the
Matt Hines, o f Gales Creek,
Grove from Banks Tuesday.
made a visit to the Grove Tues
Those overcoats at Anderson’s
The “ AURORA”, a handsome heating stove, with
look good these cool mornings.
John McCoy o f the Kansas
bronze urn and full nickle trim. Swing top. Remov
0 . Holt o f Gaston was a busi City section, was in Forest Grove
ness visitor in the Grove Tues
able front panel with nickle screw. Draft Register
A concrete walk is being con
and Hot Blast Attachment.
Nickle foot rail. A
structed around the new Metho
Mrs. Jessie Knight is rapidly dist church.
recovering from her recent ill
splendid heater which will give sure satisfaction.
Car! Clapshaw was one o f the
Hillside residents who visited the
Attorney Tom Tongue, Jr., of Grove this week.
The “CHARTER OAK”
Hillsboro, was a Grove visitor
range is carefully m a d e
Everything in furniture can be
had at Roe and Co. Come in and
Harry Gibson, from the Hill inspect the goods.
throughout of “ Hammered
side district, was a Gro*e visitor
Planished Steel”, the finest
Clay Trites, the popular Hotel
n an of Gales Creek, paid the
grade that is made, manu
The David’s hill fruit grower, Grove a call Tuesday.
Dick Folscher, dropped into town
factured ecpecially f o r
Miss Lida Brown, formerly of
these stoves. The pven is
this city, is reported quite ill at
Miss Helen Chalmers attended her home in Portland.
strong and rigid and i t s
the reception at Herrick Hall
Speciai sale of Bracelets, solid
construction such as to insure the best possible results in
Geo. Chapman came over to gold and gold tilled, at Booth
baking. I he flue box is cast iron, extra 'arge, with ample
the Grove from his home in Gales Jewelry Co. this week.
Jack Killen, the reliable veter | opening; the damper is very simple and impossible to burn
The flpti-known Hillside far inary of Thatcher, was visible up- j I out; reservoirs are porce ain lined. All ranges are full
mer, Car Wilder, was seen on on our streets Tuesday.
nickle t i«n an:l will STAND THE TEST OF WEAR.
oi r streets Tuesday.
Jake French, one of the Hill
J. F. Love, a well-known hop side farmers, was a business call
j rower o f Thatcher was a Tues
er in this city Tuesday.
day visitor to the Grove.
Charter Oak and
P ractical N urse open for en
Webb Hughes, one o f Dilley’ s
prosperous farmers, transacted gagement. Mrs. Amanda Artley,
15 North 4th St.
business in this city Tuesday.
“ W ood” Superior
H o n an Eaktr was in fiom
J. S. Semones, o f Caldwell,
his home in the Kansas City dis Idaho, visited his brother, Dr.
trict the fore-part o f the week. Semones, o f this city, Tuesday.
Jack Farkins, o f Gales Creek,
C. L. Hinman has a full line of
who conducts an extensive hop- ranires and heating stoves in
was in borest Grove lu es- . ,
stock. Make your selection now.
See the ‘ ‘Charter Oak” .
Now is the time to purchase
tha. range you want. The best
that are made can be had at
and Misses Silverman and Heidel
A son of W. J. McDonald, from witnessed the Alumni game Sat
Seattle, is here on a visit,and will urday.
pro1 auly remain in the Grove
J. B. Matthews wishes to show
you the new “ Union” jack; for
F. A. Hannisof York, Neb.,vis lifting, setting tires, stretching
ited with Ed. Seymour over Sun fence and many other uses. Al
day. Mr. Hannis is looking over
the state with a view to invest ways handy.
William Holland, o f Kenton,
a c c o m p a n i e d by
por scientific horse-shoeing go
Fire Chief Lenneville made a O h i o ,
special trip to Portland Tuesday his cousin Clifford o f Portland, is to Bryon Markham, Main Street.
to purchase a gong for the ¡e- visiting at the home o f C. A. Dick He guarantees results.
built hook and ladder truck of ison near Dilley.
Mrs G. L. Bash ford, grand 1 Notice to Farmer*—Bring in
mother o f Miss Grace Dickison, your chickens, eggs and butter
who has been on a several weeks to W. F. Schultz and get cash
vis t at Fern Crest Farm, has re in exchange. Produce o f all
turned to Vancouver, Wash.
Judge J.W.H. Adkins, of Gales
Alfred D. Hocking left Tues
Creek, was i n town Tuesday.
The Judge had a decided limp in day for the state of Kansas. Mr.
his walk, caused by the kick of a Hocking has been visiting his
refactory horse. No serious dam father, Jas. Hocking, o f the
Grove, the past four weeks.
Jas. Hocking, o f this city, has
Anybody wishing Accident and
bee in Portland for the past few
Policy; or policy on the
days. In conversation with a
representative of the P ress , Mr. 10, 15 or 20 year plans in one o f
Hocking expressed himself a s the oldest and strongest Insur
too well satisfied with Forest ance companies in America will
Grove to ever care to leave ‘ ‘the
please write or call on J. H.
prettiest town in Oregon.”
Stream, Forest Grove.
The Civic Improvement society
Why burn $4 wood when you
o f this city met Saturday after
noon, and after mature deliber can buy a ton of Mendota coal for
ation, turned over their work to $7.50, delivered. Little soot and
the Civic Committee o f the Wo little ash. Keeps an even fire.
man’s club. Ten dollars, which
was in the treasury, was handed No splitting, no sawing, equals
over to the Hose festival commit- two cords of wood, Give it a trial
tee of the same organization.
Roswurm and Moulton, Forest E v e r y d a y WC’ rC m a k i n g
Mrs. Francisco Da\ id died at Grove-
her home in Thatcher Tuesday
morning o f organic heart trouble.
Mrs. David was bom in Germany
69 years ago and had lived in
thifl neigeborhood the past 40
years. Two sons, Wilhelm and
B n rjr, and a daughter, Mrs.
Mar e Th itcher. smvive her.
Fm -ral services w r° held this
n v - ’’ ¡ g a* 10 o’clock Rev E.V.
Stivers officiating \v;th interment
in Buxton cemetery.
Mrs. A. M. Lenneville, mother
popular blacksmith o f Pac-
Come in and fet your share
ific avenue, is visiting in Med-
of the GOOD THINGS
ford with her son John. “ Orand-
ma” went back to North Dakota
, In DRY GOODS BARGAINS
a short time ago, but Oregon’s
climate could not be resisted,and
she has returned to the balmy
®tate for keeps , as the boys
Forest Grove, Ore.
The Progressire Store
H E A T E R S
Stand at the head of all corn-
Give a greater a-
monnt of neat at a lower ex
penditure for fuel.
and examine them.
HIMAN’S HARDWARE ST0RÉ]
MP&ci ic U n iv e r s ity ]
Offer» thorough instruction in college and
Its Laboratories are well equipped for
Conservatory gives 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.
Stop that cold and cough
A. D. S. Cold Tablets,
A. D. S. Cough Remedy
Is the dope that does the work
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store