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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View This Issue
Local and Personal
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visitor on t nday.
For Sale Two year old walnut
trees at a bargain. J. Stribich
Nellie James departed for
Southern Oregon last Thnrsday.
Go to the city restaurant for
the best 25 cent meal in the city.
W. J. R. Beach made a busi-
ness trip to Cornelius on Friday.
Victor Flour is not one that is
j ust as good, but one that is bet-
W. F. Schultz was a Rose City
te r $l.tO a sack at your greet rs.
visitor on Friday.
Horace McCoy went to Port-
Norma Hope was visiting in
land Thursday to attend his sis-
Portland over Sunday.
ter’s graduation from Washing-
C. H. Thomas is quite ill at his
ton High School,
home in South Park.
For well selected lines, quality
o f the goods and fair prices, the
Miss Avery spent Tuesday as
Pioneer drug store is unexcelled
the guest o f Miss Thomas.
J. N. Hoffman was a Portland
Saleslady wanted. Answer by n the state.
visitor on business Thursday.
letter, care o f P ress office.
Ivy Smith spent the week’ s
J. G. Lenneville made a busi
end with relatives and friends. ness trip to Portland on Friday.
Prof. 0 . M. Gardner made a
Dr. S. M. Wendt’s office, For-
flying trip to the metropolis on est Grove National Bank Bldg.
Residence, cor. 5th street and
Geo. G. Hancock, our popular Pacific ave. Both phones at
Is fully equipped to
sheriff, made this city a brief both places,
do up - to - date Job
For Sale at a bargain. Good
Printing o f all kind.
Amy Thomas spent Saturday 18>x room house with light and
and Sunday in Portland visiting water, bam Lot 50x150, close
in, easy terms. Inquire at P ress
W o r k guaranteed.
Emma Fordyce attended the
reception Friday night, the guest
For Sale 16 acres o f cleared,
o f Miss Wiest.
level land, some orchard, 2 miles
^ u r stationery is the
from Cornelius, ’ on . main
wife, o f * Port-
v ery best, and our
land, were over Sunday visitors Goes at $150 per acre. For par-
ticulars inquire at P ress office.
w orkm anship is un
Wanted . >1 once, Jo t * > 40
e x celled .
reside in this city is spending acres good tillable land, partly
cleared, within several miles of
the winter in Ohio.
town in Washington county.
County Judge Goodin, o f Hills
location and cheapest cash
boro, spent a few hours here with
Address, G, care o f P ress
friends last Friday.
Manager Kinzer, o f the con
HACK FOR SALE
denser, made a business trip to
■ The T. W. N. Dray Line of
Hillsboro last Friday.
Eastern and O lym pia O ysters any style, or in bulk
Best Ice Cream.
Also a full line of Confectionery, Cigars and
Dr. C. E. Walker__
Forest Grove Nat’l. Bank Bldg.
9:45 A . M . to 4
P. M., M on d a y , W e d n e sd a y
an d Friday o f Each W e e k
Ind. p h o n e 2 1 2
FOREST G R O V E
Try us and be
BJt • u
family o __ f
Cornelius, spent Thursday
noon with friends here.
Miss A. Stark and pupil» pave
a recital at the home o f M. S.
Allen Saturday afternoon.
Margaret Whealdon returned
Friday from her home in The
Dalles where she spent her va-
W “ tion‘
o n e o i tbe
• - e merchants o f Banks,
E d w . R. W i r t z
Practical and Sanitary Plumbing
Ca" " r ph" ne'
PHONES— bell 21 -
WOOD FOR SALE
Seasoned fir, oak, ash and Forest Grove,
maple for $4.50 and $ 5.00 at H.
W. Miller’s, 5th st. and 2nd ave.
Pacific Phone Main lx l. Free
MRS. CUMMINS PASSES m i
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At » civil »crvicc examination
for censne cininii.ralnrs t o d b -
trict N... I. „.ccntly l.ol.l at
Marsh Hall, in this city, umler
the-supervision o f John Hartley.
j:t „ „ „ ¡j
cants, o f whom 5 were ladies,
to A part. The examination pa
p e r s have been forwarded to Mr.
Hendricks at Salem, who has
charge for this division.
Our citizens wen» very agree
ably surprised on Wednesday,
when the electric
COM PAN Y
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, FOREST GROVE, OREGON
Will Save You
M ore Than
" / ‘ he,c',>“ n1tr'V' ,TI,a
£ ......*'"T, " f
* UU. ‘ Vt ' ‘‘ ‘
to choose the ».tie o f tboQuestion
we prefer and that will soon lie
announced. The tryout will be
hold in about three weeks and
those who expect to enter have
been handing their names to the
»fair, -Offidullv” turmal!,.in’Vfor
" '" .»•
»to n e
■ h.. llrat time . L . Z I Z
190a The city council is de-
sa v in g o f a grrat deal of credit
and, h> the wav. have you
(hat the lights are iust a
r.tn* little better than herotiifore and
ry has not
If you want to sell your place.
list it with us,-as we have buyers
looking for homes all the time,
Roswurm & Moulton.
Mrs. Mabel Bacon, Vita Bacon
and Lucile Daniels, all from
Portland, were visiting at the
Mrs. S. J. Sparks home.
wat — '"D re .'o o ” the new flour made
by the local flouring mills is now
hard wheat Hour made from blue
stem wheat which they guarantee
O intm ents and Plaster
to b e the e q u a l o f any h a r d wheat
QUESTION FOR DEBATE RECEIVED
flour on the market.
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v r> »r
Last * nday, H. L. Ferrin, Our stock is very complete in all ■
Bi • A ' * ' . ortian ,ias bought an secretary o f the Debate Council these lines. Whatever is need-
interest in the Oregon Land & received a telegram from Cor-
f ° r internal or external use
trading Company, o f this city, vallis stating the question which can be found in our great variety
Rlr; Morgan recently sold his will be debated by the two schools
driivery outfit to Mr. Bong and April 15th or sooner. The ques- U se ou r W h ile P in e and T ar
and will now devote his entire tion as stated is ’ ’Resolved, that
M en th olated fo r that C ou gh
hu time to the real estate business, the U. S. should adopt a ¿obey
It l.i the Best Ever
L. W. Underwood, who re- ° f ship subsidy." Although this
er. turned from a visit to Philips question may seem somewhat
Wl county, Kansas, states that a worn from the number o f times Forest G rove Pharmacy
T H E U P -T O -D A T E D R U G G IS TS
oh number o f residents o f that !t has bw?n debated in the last
Ind. W l
ws county will come to Oregon this few years, it is still a subject
110 year to make it their future home which demands the attention of
M U T U A L FIRE
! the home (,f ,u’i* son, J. O. Cum-
mins, o f this city, on Monday,
February 7. 1910. Deceased was
born in New York in 1829 and
came to Oregon in 1889, first
locating at Lateral Falls, but has
f° r the past 8 years made her
Jack and Jill
Funeral services were held at W en t Up the Hill
the residence on Wednesday,
followed by interment in Forest The bruises occasioned by the
View cemetery, Rev.
Stivers accident can lie very effectively
dressed by using our
md«, ....... friend» and
|his d ty haa a >r° ° (l three-seated
heavy hack.fwith curtains, in ex
cellent condition, for sale at a
from the most tempting viands
t" •"> secured on
n,» r*“ ’ ts will lie server!. Music
Die Department V.1um C orps.
r e s s
r i n t i n g
e f f e c t
R e s ul t s
PHELPS & MIZNER
H iC K S &
U . I
Full Line of
Machinery, Vehicles, Farm In,P! e-
nients, Seeds and Feed
- fair treatm ent a n d fair price ?
fo r e s t
The Largest and Best
Selected Stock of Jewelry^
W atches and Clocks ’in Washington County
Com. and S « I h . N .„ U n . of Good. J u .f R « , ivcd.
A ll G o o d . Guaranteed as Represented