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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View This Issue
T. Wigman sp< nt Tues- J. J. Smith, the Banks, Ore.,
D. B'imn transacted business dav Mrs.
frie«as in Portland. machinist, manufactures a sharp-
in the metropolis yesterday.
and wife, of ener for disc plows or disc har-
Felix Verhoeven spent several ' V lii : \ McNutt
itir.g rda- rows, that has no equal on the Eastern and Olympia Oysters any style, or in bulk
hours in the Rose City Wednes t'ves end friends in V this
city. market today. Satisfaction
Pacific University students are guaranteed or money refunded, Best Ice Cream. Also a full line of Confectio’ ery. Cigars and
A. R. Leabo :s spending this
a week’s vacation and
CARRIERS TROUBLE IN VERSE
week at McM;mv?!le visiting enjoying
nearly all are at their respective I’m Uncle Sam’s most favored
Some oats and tare hay for Edna Bacon, formerly “hello I’m hearty and I’m hale;
sale at $14 per ton. M rs . E va girl’’ at the Pacific States phone I’ve nothing in the world to do
A dams .
office, and mother, of Deer Island Out guide ’round with the mail;
Mrs. Roswurm spent Saturday spent Sunday with the family of Out one thing almost breaks my ______
Mrs. V. H. Limber spent Sat- For Sale—16 acres of cleared. And my nervous system shocks;
urday in the Rose City.
level land, some orchard, 2 miles It s the everlasting pennies
That I’m fishing from the box.
I)r. Pollock spent Satusday in f>°m Cornelius, on main road, I carry
stamps and envelopes,
Goes at $150 per acre. For par And postal
cards and such;
Coming the Johnson-Ketchel ticulars inquire at P r e s s office. And I would like to sell a few —
fight pictures. Scenic Theatre. Forest Chapter No. 42 0. E. "i wouiu please me very much.
S. Regular meeting next Mon But a man can’t sell unless you
evening at 7.30. Business
M. J. Abbott has purchased day
the jewelry business of C. A. brothers welcome. Mrs. Lenne- No matter Low he talks;
I have to keep on driving
on Main street.
ville, W. M.; Mrs. Richardson, So After
the pennies in the box.
Enoch Moore and Harry Un Sec ’y.
derhill were visitors in Portland Wanted—At once, 20 to 40 It’s all right in the springtime,
on business. Wednesday.
acres good tillable land, partly Or when summer breezes blow;
i he only Cylinder Records that are right are the
See Miss Annette Kellerman, cleared, within several miles of Out a diderent proposition
Columbia Indestructible 4-Minute records. 1 he su
the Diving Venus, in her diving good town in Washington county. When it s thirty-two below;
periority of these records over all others is recognized
and swimming act tonight at the Give location and cheapest cost When all your fingers and your
by users of cylinder records. Finest lore. Never
price. Address, G, care of P ress
wear out or never break.
Mr. Knighten, of southern Forest Grove-
,Are fr0zen hard as rocks-
We are exclusive agents
Oregon, brother of Mrs. Nancy Abrahams corner, Main street R s in<Jat anything in lut.i.v
pennies from the
Watts, has been called here ob and Pacific Avenue at 2.15 p. m. Scratching
I" orest G ro ve Ph arm acy
C. A. LH TLER. Ph. G.
account of his sister’s illness. Tuesday, February 1st, 1910. And now, quite confidentially,
H. J. Perry, who was recently
tell you something more:
: injured at the planing mill, has ing, 28 men issuing orders and A I’ll
carrier (way out west)
Some argued that it
\ i : enjoyed a rapid recovery, and is comment.
himself and swore;
was costing the city more for
“1 can stand the snow
cleaning the crossings than it
Mrs. Geo. Armentrout. who argued that Secretary Ballinger I can stand the frozen locks,
has ... been
. . . in Portland
should be consulted. Others Out blast the measly pennies
t with , her two daughters
ht Bryan ought to have a I" the blasted, measly box.’’
o 1 rank and family, has returned tho
When the “roll is called up yon- ft
I c home after a stav of two weeks.
I 1 « Scenic Tr.eatre
we shall gather there,
in the near „ . ,
. „ „
let a mail man in
O $10,000 “Passion Play” and ihe ^J°d^e ^ °* '***• ^ • a,l<*
he'd learned to
Forest Grove Na:'I Pr..V* nidjf.
at 12.30 p. m., Saturday for pur-
sc and grandest subject ever/vut-hr P08®, of attending funeral of If you want St. Peter to opon
O F F IC E H C U F S :
brotlrer 0. L. Doane and at 8.45
m o t io n ^ jiH ^ q w .— To* witness
9.45 A. Nl. to 4 P. M., Mon Jay, Wee i escay
When your rural carrier knocks
was this production is a duty you owe a. in. Sunday for the purpose of
I Su yourself and family.
Buy stamps and don’t be guilty
and Friday of Each Week
Of putting pennies in the box.
L.d. phone 212
On Friday evening of last week, Mrs. M F. RS. J. MILLER
FO R E ST G R O \ E
E d w . R. W ir t z
the Teachers and Part
, , , entertained
met at the Central school house, at eards at her eleKmnt new homo Practical and Sanitary Plumbing
""Third street last Friday. The PHONES— BELL 21— IND. 681
It was a very enthusiastic and afternoon
well attended meeting all the in this fa-c was
pastime and a Forest Grove,
members and _ quite . • a few inter- . very delightful luncheon
__ . instructive
,__ .. present.
.. served. , Mrs. G. Vo k earned
W F H A R 'i R A M P F
off first prize while Mrs. F. Gor
G E O . G. P A T E R S O N
were made and these were en- don
•j-iyed byj 11 present.
4 M inutes—
And then some
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