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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (June 26, 1913)
O'EIEEJAY, JUNE 26, 1913
FOREST GROVE PRESS. FOREST CEO,
Short Items of Interest Concerning people you
may be interested in.
Miss Maggie Umschied, who
I 3 employed at the
spent Sunday with her parents
in Gales Creek section.
Two or three Grove men have
been under the weather the past
week, the result o f having been
hit internally by the contents of
John Friday, o f Banks, looked
in on the local merchants, Tut. -
Phil Porter, o f Gales Creek,
was a business visitor to this city
Bill Wilkes, o f Dilley, wa3 a
business visitor to this city,
Lee Boyd and wife, o f the
Dilley section, traded with the
ocal merchants, Monday.
Merchant Ayers, o f Gales
Creek, was a business visitor to
this city, Monday.
Everald Ilyde, o f Portland,
Miss Edna Peterson, of Port
has been a visitor in this city
land, is visiting at the home of
for the past few days.
M. E. Hall in the Oak Hill sec
Dr. Lowe’s glasses are death tion, this week.
to headaches. Ask your neigh
Frank Allen, o f the Banks sec
tion, was a business visitor to
Dick Quick, o f Hillside, was a this city, Tuesday.
Grove visitor, Tuesday.
G. N. Hall, Principal of the
William McCoy, of Gales Creek public schools at Lo.tirj, Oregon,
was an out-of-town
/isitor to is speudi 1 r the week at the
this city, Tuesday.
home e f his sister, Mrs. Leroy
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Haney, of VanKirk, in this city.
Thatcher, were shopping at the
Mrs. Philip Buxton, o f Moro,
local stores, Tuesday.
Oregon, is visiting at the home
William Kappel, o f David’s of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Hill, was a Tuesday visitor to Harry Nauffts, in this city, ant.
also at the home o f Mr. Buxton’ .1
Lorert Jackson, o f Hillsboro, father, H. T. Buxton, on North
looked in on his friend3 in tli.s Alain street.
Mrs. Dan Black, formerly Mrs.
G. E. Strand, of Gaston, Fannie Clark who is now iivin,
transacted business in this burg, at Dayton, Washington, write,
the first o f the week.
friends here that a week agt
Arther Aydelott, o f beyond j ast Sunday a hail storm struck
Thatcher, trading with the locu hat town that was the wors.
1 te had ever seen. Hail-stonet
George Peter Boos, o f Port as large as liens’ egg3 fell foi
land, visited his parents, Mr. and several minutes.
I 11 Forest Grove we had a hail
. Mrs. Boos, o f Segers, the past
week. Pete was in Forest Grov< storm at about the same time,
greeting old friends, Saturday. nit it was nothing like that ii.
Herman Saling, of Dilley, was he Washington town.
seen on our streets, Monday.
The Misses Anderson and
Goodrich, o f Dilley, were visitors
to this city, Monday.
Mr. Psvhin tk£ C- a U )3 O m I||
was a business visitor to this city
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Walker,
o f Laurelwood, were visitors to
this city, the first of the week.
Notice the change in name the.
Forest Grove Pharmacy will Lt
known hereafter as L ittler ’S
P harmacy .
Mr. Peters, o f Verboort, was
a Grove visitor, Tuesday,
b “ Happy” Jack Wright has beet
hobbling around the tast few
days with a game foot. A h.tj
fork fell on it.
THE NEW STORE
— IS NOW OPEN-------
Have You Been There?
ft is an excellent place to shop in.
The Bargain Department is highly
appreciated by all who have seen it.
New goods are arriving and some are
shown in the window this week.
t l e i reshments will be served until Sat-
/e are here to make good any state-
nemt and stand behind every dollars
hi of merchandise we sell to you.
vVe are giving come great bargains in
eT and Men’s Shoes and Oxfords.
i j about our Premium Silver-
e ¿Tain and Fancy Dishes.
W A TTS
1 give them away.
’ - Ell-3
Mrs. A. Rueterwent to Port
’and Wednesday afternoon to at
tend the graduation of hei
da ighter Gertrude, who finishes
h 0 h school this year.
So many strawberries tin-
growers are at a loss where to
dispose o f their crop.
nery has been canning some foi
Air. and Mrs. D. A. Kennedy
.'roue to New berg, last Friday
returning Monday. They found
tonfe crops ahead o f ours here,
md some not so far along,
lioie are acres o f young fruit
■ roes doing nicely near New berg
>ut the fanners report almost a
lilure in llie peach and prune
Hugh Smith washover to Vei-
nonia, Columbia county, la ,
week, and says that Ed. .Wei -
Bter, who lived in this city for
Several year 3 , is now located al
Mressrs. Burke and Burke re-
Veronia and is prospering.
is proprietor o f a hotel, feed slud urned last week from their trip
and blacksmith shop, and do; s ! to Canada. Mr. Burke was quite
well pleased with the countty
hauling on the side.
and intends moving his family
Mrs. Raymond Wood, o f I> - up this fall near his brothel*
gene, who has been visiting 1 ci who have been there several
parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacol years.
Shearer, in this city, for tl e
Dick IIolscher.Thad Stevenson
past two weeks, returned to her
and Mr. Kennedy put some
home Tuesday. Mr. Wood came
needed work on the roads.
to the Grove for an over Sunday
We had new potatoes aid
visit, and accompined Mrs. Wood
peas from our garden this
and thier baby home.
Captain F. S. Barnes received
Gladys Vermilyea was out visit
a telegram from W. A. Taft, Jr.. |
ing her aunt. Mrs. Frost, 'lues-
o f Boston, Mass., this week. o. - j
dering one of the captain's w oi'
famous self-yew bows. Mr. Taft I A!r. and Mrs. McCoy were in
is a nephew of ex-President W .: the Grove Tuesday. Airs. Ale-'
H. Taft, and has quite a rep-' oy lias a broken finger and was
in to consult a physician.
utation as an archer.
Slop in this week and get r.
The Star Theater will offer a
of Chase & Sanborn coffee at
special bill tomorrow night. A
Store. It is free.
Pathe Weekly, depicting the
great flood at Dayton. Columbus, Have you sten the fancy work
and Omaha, will show all tin lepartment at tho New Store.
thrilling, incidents of the terri Lessons are given free!
ble floods which caused the lossi Board and room at the Walker
o f hundreds o f lives and millions place, 3d Ave., North, between
o f dollars worth of property. A and B Street Phone Main S6T.
3 4 tf
A dramatic film “ Ann” and a
humerous skit “ Hubby Buys a
Mrs. P. W. Cronin and grand
B aby” complete the bill. John daughter. Eloiee Atkins, o f this
Bunny is in this last one. You city, visited in Portland last
WILLIAMS & MOORE
Seashore or Mountains
V IA TH E
W a carry a full line of Groceries, Canned Goods and
suns T t \ X ]
RO U TES
Season Tickets on Sale
Daily Until Sept. «0
3-Day Tickets on Sale
Saturday and Sunday
Our goods are always fresh, and our
prices are as low as the lowest.
W e also carry a line
Drygoods and Haberdashery.
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W E W IL L P L E A SE Y O U
Tillamook and Newport Beaches
S,'*i*on fares from the prv . ipal stati "is to \i-w ;i "*t r Tillamo-A Beaches are as follows:
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ON It IE C. & E. R. R.
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a ij need Medicine yo t
should get the best.
We dispense only the
purest drugs and chemi
ca!s. We do it right —
At right nriejs.
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