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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1910)
Geo. Frank, of Greenville, was
and are better able to meet all
the growing needs of the church. in town Saturday.
Frank Beamiss, a resident of
Let every member of the church
Saleslady wanted. Answer by
E. V. S tivers .
Greenville, was doing business
letter, care of P kess office.
Eastern and Olympia Oysters any style, or in bulk
L. F. Austin was a county seat in the Grove Saturday.
E. W. Hai es was a business
James Pechin, from the Roder
Best Ice Cream. Also a fu ll line of Confectionery, Cigars and
visitor in Portia: d Saturday.
Mrs. V., H. Limber was shop ick farm, was in town on busi
Best Jumbo Utah Land Plaster
ness connected with the water
ing in Portland last w'eek.
$12.50a ton. Pl.elps and Mizner.
A. B. Caples made a business ditch, Saturday.
John Wirtz has recently pur
If you are going to need any
trip to Cnemaw^ last Friday.
chased an interest in the Scenic
For Sale—Two year old walnut building mtl or lumber, see h.
W. Emerson at the Ward Lum
trees at a bargain. J. Stribich
C. Good and Gertie Nichols
ber yard. Office in Dr. Ward’s
E. S. Booth and wife spent
took in the Aviation meet al
in Hillsboro with friends.
Magnificent Iridescent Glass
William R. Dickison, of Dilley,
Fruit and shade trees at whole
Salad and Jelly dishes at Booth’s
sale by E. A. Dixon or Forest was in this city on business Mon Jewelry store, for 15 cts. the
Grove Floral Co.
piece. A special and exclusive!
Prof. Baker, of Pacific Uni novelty.
J. A. Thornburgh and wife
spent Sunday at the Aviation versity, spent Sunday in Port
Holy City Oratorio, Monday,
meet in Portland.
Estella Boscow, of Portland, Church. Reserved seats at Ba
Geo. McKibben and Joseph
Avery were transacting business visited Sunday with Manche zaar 50 cents, general admission
in Portland Monday.
J. W. Webb, the auctioneer,
Forest Groye N at’ l. Bank Bldg.
The F. G. B. Club met Mon
Remember that the Home
day afternoon with Mrs. Wilber
Bakery delivers free of charge;
McEldowney and the afternoon
to any part of the city.
J. Whelock Marsh, of Port- was an enjoyable one for the
9:45 A. M. to 4 P. ML, Monday, Wednesday
Mrs. F. CoflYine, fr m North'
Yamhill, who was visiting Mrs.
and Friday of Each Week
Mesdames F. J. Miller, Chas.
VV. E. Prickett, has returned in the city.
spent Thursday with friends in Goff, John Thornburgh, Misses
FOREST G ROVE
Ind. phone 212
Lea Good spent Saturday and
Minnie Myers and Margaret
Sunday with her parents, return
Dr. Robert Nixon and h is Hinman. Dainty refreshments
ing to her school at Sherwood
were in Portland on busl- were served,
Sunday e vening.
Mrs. Franii o n orson returned
Card of Thanks
Mis. Angie Sureney, who has
home Sunday from Washington
We desire to thank the friends
been ill for some time, is in a
where she hr.d spent the past
and neighbors for their kindness
very serious condition.
month visiting friends and rela
James and Pleasant Lee, of in help, and sympathy during
Patcou Valley, were in the city the sickness and death of their
You take no chance in buying tne latter part of tne week.
beloved husband and father.
Victor Hard Wheat Flour at $1.60
A ustin H. G ates
Bessie Ritchey, of Portland, is
per sack. It is guaranteed to j
rs . A. H. G ates
B Y THE
spending the week with her
please. Phone an order to youi
eorge B. G ates
aunt, Mrs. Daniel Parsons, here.
J ohn W. G ates
Katherine Shannon came up
J ames P. G ates .
I want to rent a comfortable
from Hillsboro Satuiday in the
house, c'ose to business center,
in Leresis of her music pupils here.
with water and electric fixtures.
Su bscribe for 111« P ress
Mrs. Blanch Moore and small
Rent must be reasonable.
son Herman, of Portland, spent I "
G. E. S f . cour , P kess office.
Sunday with friends and relatives «- E * D W . R . V V l R T Z
“ Oregon'’ the new flour made
Of its new Line and Train Service to
| PracticaPand Sanitary Plumbing
at the local flouring mills is new in Forest Grove.
Myrtle Butler, of Hillsboro,
hard wheat flour n.ade from blue
with friends in this city PHONES — bell 21- IND. 681
stem wheat which they guarantee
to be the' equal of any hard wheat over Sunday and attended the F o r e s t G r o v e ,
flouron the market.
The branch line connecting
oodborn with W est
If you are going to need any
Spring and summer styles a:e
Woodburn has been completed and passenger service
now ready for the inspection of Bui’.dirg mtl or Lumber, see I.
inaugurated on ¡he above date.
my patrons and friends, and it j W. Emerson at the Ward Lum
The follow in g is a schedule of trains arriving and
would afford me much pleasure 1 ber yaid. Office in Dr. Ward’s
Forest Grove, with which connection is made
to have you call on Tuesday,
Home and We3t Woodburn for passengers
March 15th an d following days.
Respectfnlly yours, M ks . A. E. !
D ixon , Main street.
A i Forest Grove
Lv. Forest Grove
The Knights of Pythias are displayed in the window o f
9:00 a m
11:80 a m
10:30 a m
8:40 a m
busy perfecting arrangements j Booth, the jeweler.
4.40 p m
2:25 p m
12:40 p m
Among those who went to
for the dedication of their fine
6:40 p ox .'ÍI
4:25 p m
4:00 p m
1:40 p m
new home, Saturday, March 12th, Portland Saturday and Sunday
For inform ation reir .ive to ticket.!, farer. e tc., sec the ticket t gei t
and for the entertainment of the were Claud Smith, Capt. Geo.
large number of visiting loyal Auld, Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, M.
CEO. F. NEVI NS.
C. E. ALBIN
Knights who will attend the Peterson and Mrs. Hartrampf.
Tr.fT.c M«r,»grr. Pot:Und, Oregon
Ticket Afreet, Frr- •< Crove
District Convention, which meets
Watch losing time? Bring it
and refinemi nt is included in our dis
here on that date.
to Abbott, watch repairer. Pat play o f things for the toilet.
W. A. Hoge, formerly propri erson block, Pacific Ave., and The most delicate perfum es, t h e
Probably purest o f talcum powders, the best o f
etor of the Forest Grove Times, have it examined.
and for some time a resident o f ! needs cleaning.
Portlan 1, is again among us after
J. M. Hamblin, of Timber,
P A M S IMPORTED PERFUMES
an absence of nearly two years. was in town Thursday and re
PAUL RIEGER'S EXQUISITE ODORS
He and his wife have just re ports that the ground has been
See our window display and g et
turned from a several weeks covered with snow for three .package o f sw eet pea s.-eda FREE
Successor to D YNAM ITE
trip to Sou them California. They months, in that part of the coun
like Portland better than they do try.
i ’ j an d Economical
No hawing. No Headaches.
Los Angeles, and think that
TME u ° IO -C A T 6 D R U G G IS T S
Mrs. Schaefer will have her
FOR SALE BY
Forest Grove is an ideal home display of Spring and Summer P hon es :
towm. Mr. Hoge is contemplat millinery, on Tuesday and Wed
ing the purchase of a small farm nesday, 15th and 16th and fol
in the near* vicinity to make his lowing days, to which all of the
home. His many friends will ladies are cordially invited.
extend to him the glad hand of
W. H. Hollis went to Gales
The Largest and Best
Creek Saturday to confer with
The regular preaching service some land owners along the line
Selected Stock cl Jewelry,
will be conducted by the pastor of the proposed electric railway
Watches and Clocks in Washing ter L viUIl tT
at the Christian church. At 11 with a view to ascertaining their
o’clock a. m., the subject will be attitude toward the matter of
“ The Sabbath: Should it be ob making right of way donations.
served Today?” In the evening
Thursday evening a reception
the subject will be, “ Things that was given Rev. E. V. Stivers,
Come and See the New Line of Goods Just Received-
Bore us.” You are invited to pastor of the Christian church,
All Goods Guaranteed as Represented
attend all the services of the by the members of the church.
church. The Bible school is in Rev. Sii.ers has just leturneJ
creasing in working power every from North Yamhill where he
M A IN S T R E E T
Sunday. W e are better orga- has been conducting a series of
r.:zed than w e have been before meetings.
Local News items
Dr. C. E. Walker
Oregon Electric Railway Co.
W GO DBU RN , OREGON
Blasting Good Business
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AR TH U R SHEARER