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FOREST GROVE PRESS
O u r B ob Jury Foreman —
“ Bob,” our Bob, otherwise Rob
ert O. Stevenson, ex-state game
warden, ex-county judge and at
present ranching on one o f the
model farms on David’s Hill, was
selected as foreman o f the No
vember term of the Washington
county Grand Jury at Hiljsboro
Monday. Bob bears the burdens
and laurels of his new office with
the same calmness and coolness
as he has the other offices he has
graced. Other members o f the
grand jury chosen were, Jens
Peter Knudson, James Morrisey,
William Berhman, J. 0 . Ash,
Mike Susbauer and Leonard Hell-
Excavation o f lot owned by
Earl Buxton in the North end of
town points to “ something doing”
How about it Earl?
Word has been received from
the G. S. Allen family of Port
land that Mrs. Allen has had an
operation, and it is expected she
will get along all right. The
Allens were residents o f Forest
Grove last Winter, and have
many friends here.
The trustees of the M. E.
Church held a meeting in the
parsonage Monday evening. They
are considering a plan to heat
the west classrooms with furnace
S. B. Lawrence is negotiating
with the Portland Golf Club on
the sale or leas« o f a portion of
his property at Raliegh. The
Club may establish a links on the
H. V. Ladow, who is the tele
g n p h operator for the Oregon
Electric here, has been working
at the clickety-click instrument
for 20 years, and the other day
got on the wire with Operator
Burk, o f Portland, who was a
messenger boy with him in the
Rose City years ago.
Archie Nichols had the gcod
luck to win a goose and a turkey
in a shooting match, getting 45
bluerocks out of 50.
D. N. Morris is improving
after his illness of the past week.
Miss Kathleen Taylor is on the
sick list this week.
Mr. Hogue and family have
moved from the Langley house
on Pacific Avenue to their new
residence on B. Street.
W. P. Powers, traveling freight
and passenger agent for the Ore
gon Electric & United Railways,
was a Grove visitor Tuesday and
made this office a pleasant call.
He reports good business for his
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913
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There will be a business meet
ing o f the Advent Christian
Church of Dilley at 1:30 P. M.
Monday, November 24, at the
home of Mrs. Van Meter. All
officers and members requested
to be present. Mrs. J. Van
Commercial ar.d Miscellrnecus.
Forms Law Partnership—W.
E. Gwynn, who is a graduate of
Drs. Lowe ¿T u rn er
Pacific University and has many
atch P R E S S advertisements and do
devote their entire
friends in this city t ecause of
time and energy exclusively to
his dramatic work with the col
Your Shopping Early.
the eye. They have had years
lege thespians and before the
o f hard, practical experience and
Woman’s Club in this city is now
know their business thoroughly
a practicing attorney at Toledo,
in all its branches. They give
this state. He recently formed
your eyes a most thorough,
a partnership with Attorney
searching and scientific examina
Ciark of Portland at Toledo.
W oman W a n t s W oR K -Strong, tion, and when they prescribe
healthy woman would keep glasses it is with positive and ab
Joe Quits Dental Study—Joe
house for aged couple or wid solute assurance they are the
Stream, who started in at the
ower. No objection to children. best and only kind suited to your
North Pacific Dental College this
Address, No. 20, T he P ress . eyes. Their glasses are guaran
Fall has quit the study of molars
and incisors and is now soliciting
teed to give satisfaction, whether
Shingle-maker in Town -Geo. insurance. He says that at his
From Newspaper Man to Miner
they cost $2 or more. One charge
Victor Limber, of Vancouver, Hamblin, a former student of present age he thinks it unwise
L oan W a n t e d —$500 on good 5 covers entire cost of examina
who was out to this city last week, the college here, was doing to devote himself to three years’
room house and £ acre will pay tion, frames and lenses. Consult
said that on a recent trip to business in the Grove Saturday. study when he can be making
8 fjo. Geo. Walters.
17t2p them at Hotel Laughlin, Friday,
Salem he met B. C. Suit and had For several years George has good money writing policies.
W ood W a n t e d — The P ress November 28.
quite a talk with him. Suit was conducted the Williamette River
o f Forest
formerly a news writer o f this
city, and was given to poetic has furnished a big lot of the
on subscription, advertising, or
efforts. He later went to Clat-1 shingles applied to the roofs of ganize the old Tigers basket ball
skanie, where he launched upon houses—and backs of disobedient team o f two years ago. There
- uioooq ‘ uauq s.qjiiug jb o [}} bo
a newspaper career and espoused | boys—of this county. He has is a bunch of capitol material in
Wanted to lease rauch o f 40 acres jo a|BS uo;pnB aq’j jaif-ioj } ( uoq
the cause of an insurgent candi- j clipped off the end of most every town which includes many old
or more. Good reference. Di
date for sheriff, who defeated an i finger and says that really no college grad. They will be able
rect C. E. Stevens, care of Littler’s Pharmacy, successors to
old timer that had been in office respectful shingle maker would
as the high school and college
Lewis Gorde Star Route Gales
the Forest Grove Pharmacy,
for 15 years. When Limber saw do otherwise.
to move to the new
Suit he was all dolled up in
Will Enter Fine Point Birds —
First National Bank Building
miner’ s clothes, high shoes, Walter Roswurm the chicken field.
Wanted—woman or girl to work
about December 10.
khaki pants and a Van Dyke fancier, will have several fine
Farm Sold For $16,500 —One
by the hour. Inquire this office
hair and clothes brushes and
beard, and was on his way to the point birds in the Orenco poultry o f the biggest real estate deals
box stationery at a discount
gold fields of southern Oregon. show the 28th o f this month and that has been consumated in a
long time was made Tuesday
Clyde Crosley who is in the
Out After Ducks -Jim Jones,
o f house work and children.
fair in December
the stone worker, and several
Apply S. W. Creyne, phone 45
New shipment o f ladies and
bought the A. B. Todd farm of employ as nightwatch o f the S.
Give Dance in New Hall—The 87 acres, south west o f town. P. in Portland was in the Grove
other pals including Art Caples
19tx gents silk hosiery, just received
and Harry Giltner were out the Catholic Coterie gave its first
at The Peoples Store Hillsboro.
The dairy herd goes with the Saturday.
first of the week bagging ducks dance in their new hall last Fri farm and the consideration was
W. E. Haynie and family, of
on the Dilley Lake near Dilley. day evening and about 50 folk $16,500. Mr. Todd who has lived
Purdy’s store carries guaran
They do say that the boys got were in attendance. Every body on the ranch for many years will Gaston, were in Forest Grove F or R e n t — Furnished rooms,cor
ner o f Pacific Avenue and B teed rubber boots.
quite a pouch full. They have present reports a very enjoyable move with his family to the Sunday, visiting at the home of
rented the Dilley pond and will time. Music was furnished by Grove. Mr. Thomas formerly Mrs. Ida Patrick. They formerly
give a shooting picnic ever once the Frost brothers of this city. ived at Gaston but for about lived here. W. E. is now em
assortment o f
F or R e n t —4 room house at men’s straw hats ever showed in
The Club’ s quarters, in one of four years has been running a ployed by the Bell & Owens
in a while.
the Langley buildings on Pacific dairy ranch in the Tillamook store, and says that his town is $4.00 per month. Phone 0185— Hillsboro, from $1 to $3 Peoples
Nothing to Do but Work — Avenue has been put in good country. The deal was made witnessing a steady growth.
l£ tf Store Hillsboro.
Jim Wilson and wife have moved shape ¡with a new hand dressed thru the Good Investment Com
John Cooper, formerly part
back to town and are located at floor, freshly papered walls, elec pany.
Monmouth butter is best; 80c
owner of the Forest Grove Res F or R e n t —Best rooms in the
their old abode on Third Street, tric lights, platform and a good
city, steam heatcheap. North at Purdy’ s store.
taurant, will leave shortly for
near Moore & Davis. Jim has piano. Dramatic offerings will
Athletic Manager Chosen — the old country on account of his
avenue and College way. 172p
A fine line of sweaters at
been leading the simple life on be produced and in the near fu Arthur Ireland was elected basket father’ s recent death.
Harry French’s farm in the Watt ture the club will give a social ball manager at the student
For Sale or Trade
district. Jim didn’ t have much to which the public is cordially body meeting held Friday and
Herbsman Dec. 3d.
Auction sale of high grade,
The largest and most complete
to do, just milk the cows, feed invited.
Edwy Dibble, assistant manager.
of DRESSERS to be found
Mr. Ireland is president of Fresh
and curry the horses, get in the
Returns From Washington D. man class and popular in all col Lyceum course will be given by December 6.
in Washington County are at
wood, lead the ducks to water,
Roe & Co. ’s, the pioneer furni
put in the crops, harvest them C.— Miss Fern Hobbs, private lege affairs. He is the son of J. C. Herbsman, fo r three years
Mr. and Mrs. John Ireland of head of the department of Pub
and go to Sunday school. That’ s
third cutting just received. W.
all Jim had to do so he got lone to her duties at Salem last week, this city. J. Egbert Bishop was lic speaking at the University of
Purdy pays cash for eggs and
some and quit and is now doing after spending several week in also elected manager of track Washinnton. He will give “ an F, Hartrampf.
team with Vinton Robinson as evening with Riley, Kipling and
work for the city. He was for
F or S a l e —Furniture at 19.
assistant manager. Vinton grad
merly night watchman here.
‘ 'Hunkidori” shoes at
partment heads relative to land uated from the Forest Grove 3d, the place, Marsh Hall.
3rd. street south. J. W. Martin.
Treat* on Display in Gaston — legislation. Her home is at Oak High last year and is very popu-
Herbsman’s work is marked
Wes Walters of Gaston who was Park between Cornelius and ar among the stndents.
F or S a l e —A cash register, a
by a discriminating intelligence,
Complete your home with one
married to Miss Hester Williams Hillsboro.
a thorough knowledge of human large coffee perculator, and a of Roe & Co.’ s dining tables.
o f the same neighborhood recent
Dr. Abraham Locates in Hood property belonging to John nature, and a complete mastery cigar case, inquire at Press office
ly, was in the Grove Saturday,
o f the art o f expression. The
B. F. Purdv has CLEAN,
smiling and happy and gave out River Dr. and Mrs. Raul Abra Cooper, on Second Street, to Mr. wide variety of his program fur
F or S a le or T r a d e :
Rue who has also bought lots
the information that the treats
nishes something that makes an puller in good condition and!
were on display in Gaston.
Fundamental Music Training
appeal to all classes of people. suitable for heavy work.
Here’ s a long andfjoyful journey office of Dr. Malcolm Bronson twenty years was connected with “ Success through effort” is sell cheap for cash or take cow, in classes, as taught by Mrs.
who has gone to Europe for his the printing establishment of
over life’s sea, Wes.
young cattle, or calves, or pigs Mary Cahill-Moore in Portland.
health. Dr. Bronson was thrown “ Signs o f the Times” the Adven Herbsman’ s slogan.
in trade or might consider a Mrs. E. E. Williams.
People Coming Back From
tist publication of Mountain View
Canada Leon Sills and wife re pice several years ago and has California.
Purdy’s store has the cele-
C. A. Hoyt, Gales Creek
turned from a visit o f several never recovered from the fall.
brated Buster Brown shoes for
weeks to their old home at Bell
boys and girls.
Returned to Her in Many mill o f West Timber is just about
S a l e — Household goods on
ingham Thursday last.
account of leaving town. In-1
was in the northern town for a Day*—When Miss Ada Park, of completed and will employ 100 ing organized in the High School’
Hillsboro, was at Bar View Aug. men.
quire at Kahle’s residence on
month and reports business brisk.
sewing, Phone 525, P. O. Box
27, she wrote a note giving her
The Verboort Hunting Club
Three years ago he says that
name and address and placed it recently organized in the settle by the football boys in the near
19 lp 532.
Bellingham had over 1000 empty
in a bottle consigning it to the ment has rented several lakes future.
houses, while the Canadian towns
White River flour at Purdy’ s
F o r S a l e o r T r a d e — One 12 H.
were all on the boom, with no waves. She asked the finder to on Dairy Creek. Their first shoot
The Sophomores gave a party
report where it was picked up. was Monday.
P. International gas engine. store.
vacant residences. The tide has
to the Freshmen last Friday
Hartramph Feed Store.
About 30 days later L. J. Holtz
now turned and Vancouver, B.C.,
Wunderhose at Purdy ’s.
of Rlooming picked the bottle up
E. W. Kelner, a civil engineer;. evening in the new school
. . build-
has all kinds of empty houses for
of Portland, spent several days 1 ^
lh e pr0|?ram consisted of
rent, while the Washington cities
initiation stunts for the
The Peoples Store is receving
are short, which would indicate had wandered down the coast 20 with his former associate in sur Freshmen,
and refreshments, F o r S a l e — Five acre tract, w ith-' new up to date goods daily.
or 25 miles.
that people are coming back from
also during the evening the Jun- j in mile o f heart o f city, with | Dont forget to see the many
city last week.
Johnnie Bull’s Canadian country.
house, barn, granary, wagon \ bargains at the Peoples Store
iors visited the party and were
Pioneer Visits City —A. C.
Mr. Roswurm and family have served with refreshments.
shed, big hen house.
$500 \ Hillsboro.
Huntington, an Oregon pioneer,
Falls Under Railroad Engine—
down, balance at 6 per cent, i
who came west via the Isthmus moved into Mrs. Julia Shotwell’s
Arm Cut Off Lloyd Darling, a
of Panama in '54, was visiting in
Anything in the line of paper
jubilant over their success with j For particulars: drop card to
oung brakeman on the Southern
our city last week. Mr. Hunting- cently vacated by Mr. Dyke. I the petition which they sent to; 554, lock box, Forest Grove, at Staehr’s Bazaar.
acific, Friday morning at Hills
ton held pistol target practice on Mrs. Roswurm sold 95 turkeys in the School Board last week ask-' Oregon.
boro, had his left arm cut off at
Third Street in Portland in '61 Forest Grove the first o f the ing for a two days vacation 12£ A c r e s f o r S ale One mile
Nature warns you if your bow
the shoulder. He was standing
and has mined all over the north week.
north of Forest Grove, all in els are clogged or inflamed heed
on the steps of the engine when
west. He is the grandfather o f
John Templeton was on the
Address H. W. this. Hollister’ s Rocky Moun
it was hacked into a box car. He
Prof. Inlow addressed the stu- j cultivation.
Geoige Huntington Currey.
jury at Hillsboro this week. dents in assembly last Wednesday-
Scott, Gaston, Oregon.
18t3 tain Tea removes the inflamation
was thrown under the wheels of
soothes the irritated organs, re
the engine and his arm was sev
Mrs. Floyd Allen was the guest
Ed. Davidson was visitingfhis morning on one of Shakespeares
Death to headaches. Glasses stores the natural digestion. The
ered from the body. He was o f her mother, Mrs. Doane east mother Mrs. Prosper LaFrane plays, “ Hamlet” which was much
world’s regulator. Start tonight.
fitted by Drs. Lowe & Turner.
taken to a hospital in Portland.
town the first o f the week.
appreciated by the students.
High School Notes
Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner
at the lauchun hotel / rom
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