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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1910)
Will Boos, who has b en n
J. E. Woell a rancher cl al <.ve
Portland this summer has eturn- Gales Creek was in tt.t Luc^e
Additional Local Items I ed to the Grove.
Saturday, and “ came t hi i ui h”
Fall plowing and seeding is go-
School began Monday, 29 pil
for fifty-two copies o f the Pi t-ss
ing on in general.
Sunday morning, Rev. Thomas Mr. Woell makes a specialty of
John Parson is baling his boun-
Mr. Taylor and son were in
will take for his text “ Pure O f raising cabbages, but says his
crop this year is making a poor
tiful crop o f hops this week.
Portland one day last week.
E. S. Sparks was a Portland ferings” . In the evening, if j showing.
lights are available, the illustrat
Miss Elsie Dennis, o f Gaston,
Mrs. Ethel Stevenson is enjoy visitor Tuesday.
ed lecture “ Tne Life o f Christ” ;
is visiting here with her cousin. ing a visit from an aunt and
Will Billinger was in the Rose will be given, in connection with
The Pacific Monthly’s Special
Will Rieling o f Hillsboro is vis uncle.
city on business Tuesday.
the “ Holy City” sung by Miss
Miss Nellie Gilman o f Haynes
iting with his father this week.
H. S. Brown and wife made a Goldie Peterson, and illustrated
Mrs. J. D. Hiltz, who has been
The Pacific Monthly, of Port
with lantern slides.
trip to Portland Tuesday.
ill for some time, is slowly im Adams.
Oregon, is a beautifully iff.
Now is the time for winter un
George Trageser has returned
To Poultry Raisers—Highest ustrated magazine which gives
very full information about the
Mont Griffin has purchased a from Washington to stay with
Herb Smith, of Gales Creek, cash prices paid for chickens,
resources and opportunities of the
fine young team which he expects his sister Mrs. Adams.
Mrs. Harvey Rogers and baby was a business visitor in the eggs and butter by the Schultz country lying West o f the R o c k
to break this fall.
ies. It tells all about the Gov
market, Forest Grove.
L. M. Kuder, o f Ashland, was I daughter spent a few days re-
ernment Reclamation Projects
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Yoder of
greeting old friends in our neigh
free Government land and tells
Miss Laura Knighten, who has
borhood last week.
the districts adapted to
o f the Socalist party, addressed
Louis Roy was transacting bus been visiting relatives in Wash-
fruit raising, dairying, poultry
iness and visiting relatives in
raising, etc. It h a s splendid
j and has entered school.
hardware, buggies, carriages and citizens Monday night at the cor stories bv Jack London and other
Hillsboro this week.
ner o f Pacific avenue and Main
John McCale, of Beaverton, wagons at Hinman’s.
Miss Rieben has some splendid
The price is $1.50 a year, but
pictures o f the new M. E. church
i goods of his brother to a farm attending to business matters in
to introduce it we will send six
which she took herself.
1 near Beaverton Saturday.
the Grove Saturday.
months for fifty cents. This off
G. L. Fields spent the last of
now numbers 451. er must be accepted on or before
the week at Roy putting in a new
R E M E M B E R -D r. Booth guar er, visited with friends in the
High school enrollment 78 and February 1, 1911.
concrete floor at the Catholic par
name and address accompanied
antees all glasses for 1 year, tf Rose City Saturday.
by fifty cents in stamps and learn
When you buy your new wagon
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cady and
Every available space in the all about Oregon, Washington,
W ANTED—Good, sound driv
son Clarice; and Mr. and Mrs. B. jack, getthe “ Union.” Simplest, ing horse, 900 to 1000 pounds. Central building is being used.
Idaho and California. Address,
F. Whited and daughter Helen, stongest and most useful. Once M. J. Crunican, Gaston.
The Pacific Monthly, Portland,
were guests at the Ryal’s home used .always used. J. B. Mat
Harry Bradley, a young farmer added to the High School room
o f the Banks section, was a visit
or to the Grove Saturday.
The Manual Training boys are
working with a right good will
Mrs. W. A. Williams and
helping to make furniture for
daught jr Bertha were shopping
in the R se City Saturday.
Our High School rooms are
Notice is hereby givea that the
Tom Todd of the Oakhill sec crowded to overflowing. One
undersigned has been appointed
room now has 44 in it and there by the County Court o f Washing
ters in the Grove Saturday.
are still a few more to come.
ton County as Administratrix of
The students o f P. U. are or
There is no doubt now that the the estate o f George W. Parker,
ganizing a band. The first pub public school band will be a suc deceased, and all persons having
lic appearance was made Monday cess. The boys expect to begin bills against the said estate ?.re
work as soon as lights come on. hereby notified to present the
Pupils who are absent from same, properly verified, accord
That gasolene stove you need
will be required by the ing to law, to me at the office of
can be purchased at Hinman’s,
two and three burners, with or teachers to make up the part lost Langley and Son in Forest Grove,
while absent. This will insure; Oregon, before the expiration of
no breaks in the work o f the six months from the first publi
cation o f this notice.
WANTED—Girl to learn type year.
setting. Must have good knowl
The first County Teachers In
Administratrix of the estate
edge o f grammar and spelling.
stitute will be at Hillsboro Sat o f George W. Parker, deceased.
Mill W o rk of A ll Kinds
Apply PRESS office.
urday and our teachers expect to
Dated September 29, MO.
Arthur Prideaux, a graduate of attend. This shows the true
Langley & Son, Att’ys.
Pacific University, now o f Port school spirit on the part o f the 47-5t
land, was an interested spectator teachers.
Lumber, Shingles, Lath, Cement,
o f the football game Saturday.
An order was passed this week
Homeopathic that pupils, when dismissed from
Lime and Sand. Doors, W in
Pysici n and Oculist. Does no school, should go home and not
I surgery. O ffice at residence. stop to play in the school yard.
dows and Sash.
1217 First st. Ind. Phone 311. tf Many parents want their chil
I never said that
dren at home and for this reason
Don’ t get glasses from the
all are required to go unless they
and and Oils
inexperienced street fakir. See
have permission to remain.
Dr. Booth who nas had 18 years
is the best flour
Tardiness seems to be a beset- j
experience arid guarantees his
ever made, but I
ting sin in our school, and ,n or- i
did say that I be
Miss Reba Hoffman is again der to encourage pupils to be on ■
time, a picture is offered to the
at her desk in the Hoffman-Alien
lieve ‘iT. J. 0 . ” is
room with the few est marks. !
[Store, after a week’ s vacation
A'nv room keeping the picture
good a flour as
spent in the Rose city with
three months in succession may j
is made or sold
retain it permanently. The fol- [
ON SALE DAILY VIA
in all the state
The band boys were hard at lowing rooms have no tardy
practice Monday evening, and a marks this month so get pictures.
i decided improvement i n t h e Central Building, Miss Todd’s
quality o f harmony produced is and Miss
school, Miss Martin’s.
WEEKLY NEWS OF WATTS f —
- - - - - ’Y
A pple Boxes - Grape Boxes
Boxes Made to Order
Forest Grove Planing Mill Co.
I Never Said it!!
T. J. 0.
THROUGH TICKETS EAST
OREGON ELECTRIC RALLY
AND CHOICE OF ROUTE
And Other Eastern Points
For rates, sleeper reservations, and full information address
A. L. Ruff, A. G. F. & P. A.
J. E. Farmer, Agent
Oregon Electric Railway
Ore. Elec, Ry.
Forest Grove, Ore.
New Fall Millinery
For the Trade
The Latest Shapes and Newest Col
orings in Millinery Materials
Velvets, Plushes, Beaver Cloth, Fancy Feathers, Wings
and Millinery Novelties
Now Being Displayed
Mrs. A. E. Dixon
T. J. O.
Always a positive feed to the
Parker “ Lucky Curve” Fount-j
ain Pen. Go to Shearer, the
Main St. Jeweler, and get one on
1 10 days trial.
< • ■ ■ V ■ .
W. J. R. Beach made a trip to
Portland Tuesday, and perfected
arrangements f< r participation!
' I in the monster temperance pa-
fh i i
: rade which will be held in that
city Oct. 22nd. Mr. Beach will
lead the procession.
Charlie Walker and Walter*
Sears, who have been visiting
Southern Oregon and California
towns the past two weeks, will THE MOST
return the latter part o f this
week. They visited San Fran SKILLFUL NURSE
or the most famous physician
cisco in their travels.
will be o f no avail if the medi
J. L. Vankirk, who cut his left
ordered is not exactly as
hand above the fore-finger with !
an ax early in September, and
who went soon afterward to vis THE DRUGGIST
it relatives in Ohio, returned to MUST WORK
this city Friday. Blood-poison
in perfect harmony with the
ing set in soon after he left the
doctor and he has an equal re
Grove, and J. T. came near losing
his hand, but it is nearly well j sponsibility.
prescriptions with absolute ac
Doesn't compare with
“ Dad” Moulton and R. M.Ste
curacy and faithfulness. Have
vens were Portland visitors Fri-1 yours put up here so as to be
day, going down to hand in their
absolutely sure they are right
Come in and t^y it
reports as fire wardens the past
summer. Mr. Moulton will re Forest Grove Pharmacy
turn to the Bitter Root Valley,
T H E U P -T O -D A T E O E U O O l I T t
Montana, next March, where lie
was employed last spring i n I’ HONCS
F R E E DELIVERY