Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, February 03, 1910, Image 3

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M U T U A L F IR E
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, FOREST GROVE, OREGON
W ill Save Y ou
M ore Than
25 Per
Cent
E M E R S O N & P R IC K E T T
D E A L E R S IN
Confectionery, Fruits, Cigars and T obacco
LOW NEYS
CHOCOLATES
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SOFT
D R IN KS
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
SE E U S B E F O R E B U Y IN G
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S c L A T T A
M ERTZ
D E A L E R S IN
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Paints, Oils and Glass
Both Phones
Forest Grove
KNOB HILL ADDITION
The choicest tract, lately
Finest residence lots to be
platted to the City of
had in the city.
Forest Grove
On easy payments
Write or Inquire of
FELIX VER H O O VEN
OR
W . F. SCHULTZ
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FOREST GROVE
OREGON
PIONEER DRUG STO R E
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Largest and Best Stock
West of Portland
: A ll G cods Bought Direct from Factory :
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Forest Grove
C H A S . M I L L E R , Prop.
See That Your
Prescriptions are filled Right, with the Right
at the Right Prices.
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Drugs
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“That’s Our Business”
D R . H IN E S ’ D R U G S T O R E
Forest Grove Pool Room
J. S.
DRE, rop.
Cigars, T ob a cco, Confectionery, and Soft Drinks.
G ood Lunch Counter in Connection
A Clean, Quiet place to spend an Evening.
FOREST
GROVE
OREGON
John Blum and W. E.
were in town Monday.
Dr. Wendt made a professional i
call to Cornelius on Monday.
Fred Watrous was a Portland
visitor on Monday.
I Dr. Lowe, the well known o p - j
tician, will be in Forest Grove j
Feb. 14 and 15.
A “ Sunday Special” is the ex­
cellent chicken dinner served a t !
the city restaurant.
W. F. Schultz and wife attend-1
ed the auto-show in Portland,
last week.
Estelle Stearns, a student of
Interior of Parson’s Harness and Saddlery Shop
P. U. will attend the Oregon
Daniel Parsons, manufacturer
University this semester.
and dealer in Fancy Driving and
All the advantage in the world Work Harness. Saddles, Collars,
in burning coal at only $7.50 per Whips, Blankets, etc., also a
ton. Call up Roswurm & Co.
complete line of Trunks, Suit
Attornev John D Foote SDent Cases and Traveling Bags, Leath-
Saturday and Sunday
with - Goods of every description;
friends in Portland.
[ full line of Specialties; LARGEST
A few 1910 calendar post cards |
and fancy box stationery at half I
price. Forest Grove Pharmacy.
Dr. Knox, who is attending a
dental school in Portland, spent
several days of the week with j
friends here.
Dr. Bates and a number of P. !
U. students have been in at­
tendance at the Y. M. C. A.
meetings in Portland this week.
Capt. Geo. Auld has been ap­
pointed notary public of the state
of Oregon with office at Forest
Grove.
You take no chance in buying
Victor Hard Wheat Flour at $1.60
per sack. It is guaranteed to
please. Phone an order to your
grocer.
L. L. Langley, of Portland,
was here Saturday looking after I
the business interests of the law |
office of his father W. M. Lang- |
ley and sister Manche.
Mr. Underwood returned’ from
a three months visit in Kansas,
Saturday. He reports Kansas
weather very cold.
Watch for Mathews & Frank,
with their Union Jack, the hand­
iest tool on the market. For
use in the shop or on the farm.
It will pay you to investigate it.
Mrs. H. J. Perry and children
arrived Saturday evening from
Ridgefield, Wash., and on Tues­
day of this week moved into the
Gates cottage on second street.
For Salewa choice span of
mares, harness and wagon if
wanted, 7 years old, sound and
true, weight 2760 pounds. In­
quire at this office or phone lOx.
Holbrook Lodge No. 30 A. F.
and A. M., stated communica­
tion this Saturday is at 7.30.
Work in the F. C. degree, Vis-
I iting brethren welcome.
E.
Allen, W. M.; A. Ben Kori, Sec’y.
“ Oregon” the new flour made
by the local flouring mills is new
hard wheat flour made from blue
stem wheat which they guarantee
to be the equal o f any hard wheat
' flour on the market.
Now that the city hall is an
assured fact, city lights are
I practically arranged for and the
i new city water system is almost
completed, why not go a step
farther and pave the main streets
I of Forest Grove?
The hot lunch counter in con -!
nection with Drew's Pool Room
;changed hands Tuesday, Ned
Rogers having purchased the
business from “ Spot” Morley. i
| Rogers is an experienced short-
order and pastry cook.
That Oregon land is steadily
climbing upwards, is shown by
the fact that a few days ago 20
acres in the Hood River Valley
sold for $30.000, and little enough
in sight to fill the demand at that
price.
RETAIL STOCK in the State,
wishes to thank the public for
patronage of the past year, and
announce that he will have for
the 1910 trade a larger stock and
more complete lines than ever
before.
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Forest Grove, Oregon
FRESH, SALT and SMOKED MEATS
Fresh Fish Every Thursday
FOREST GROVE
i'iiU N ES
OREGON
INl>Err.N l)EN T 744
Fashion Stables
GORDON &
B R O W N , Props.
Careful Drivers
First Class Rigs
Prices Right
Forest Grove, Oregon
H. L. DECKERT
For Sanitary PiumLing, Steam and Hot
Water Heating,
Forest Grove, Oregon
Pacific Avenue
Skating Rink
Public Skating on Tuesday and
Thursday evenings, and on other
evenings when so announced
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FOREST GROVE
Valley
Real t y
Company
REAL ESTATE, LOANS, INSURANCE
; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; and Rentals! • • • • • '
A SNAP
A Farm With Stock
$50 an Acre
Phone, Ind. 214
V . S. A B R A H A M
Dry Goods, Shoes and Groceries
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GOOD G o o d s and FAIR PRICES
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Both Phones
Forest Grove