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School N otes
tional Chorus Choir.
Tbe local lodge K. of P. will
The English classes are very
dedicate their new hall and hold
Tv! rs. Geo. West of North Yam a district convention Saturdry much interested in their work
hill is visiting in the Grove, this evtn'ng. The grand officers of this term.
the lodge will be present, also The new class in Geometry is
Miss Ellen Staehr spent the del eatio. s from McMinnville, starting,off nicely and promises
weekend with fiiends in Van Yamhill, Gaston, Hillsboro, Cor good work.
nelius and Glencoe.
f ifteen minute recesses will
Monday and then school
j Bismarck Bode was among the
Forest Grove visitors at the have just received a beautiful will be out at 4 p. m.
at the Forest Grove Garage
The class in Botany lias been
assortment of Violet Iridescent
Aviation meet Saturday.
The Forest Grove Monumental Glassware, imported from Eu divided so that more individual
e carry a com plete line o f sundries, also do
Works are very busy getting oi rope, which they are offering to work can be done.
their customers at a special price
A utom obile, bicycle, sew ing m achine, gun.
Pupils and teachers are striv -:
lers before Decoration day.
¡ng to bring up the work in good ,
1). C. Winters, of Portland, is
lock and general repairing.
loing some very fine lettering Goods are displayed in the win shape at the end of the year.
Miss Swanson visited in Port
in the First National Bank.
r land Monday and made her re
Machine work and brazing
The Woman’s Club will meet
port to the teachers Tuesday
vith Mrs. KinzerMonday, March
O U R S P E C IA L T Y
-lth at 2 30 p. m. Subject, “ Li Gales Creek, on March 5, and a evening.
The entertainment Saturday
Forest Grove Garage.
P acific A ven ue.
Downs, of this place last Tues euening was a success as far a s !
George Gates, of Dallas, ana day. Parties wishing the at
ame3 Gates, of Portland, are tendance of Dr. Large in thi: student work was concerned but
ere attending the funeral of class of cases, will greatly o! lige the attendance was very small.
heir father, A. H. Gates.
It is expected that another |
him, if convenient, 1 engaging
Forest Grove Poo! Room
training class will be i |
The ladies of the Congrega- his services two or three months-
ional Church are working hare prior to the expected event.
J. S. DREW , prop.
or their Easter bazaar, to be The lectures at the A Iveitist girls are all doing some very
iven March 19, beginning at
Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery, and Soft Drinks.
church are well attended bv an
attentive audience. They are t<>
Good Lunch Counter in Connection
I want to rent a comfortable continue for ten days more Mr. seventh and eight grades have
ouse, close to business center, Pettit says. Already there have quit school and are now ready j
ith water and electric fixtures, been several additions to th e . "in their estimation” to go out
A C lean, Q uiet place to spend an Evening.
ent must be reasonable.
church as a result of tbe meet
G. E. S ecouii , P ress office.
ings. The lecture on Capitai If they would only listen to ad-.:;|
Wednesday, a postal c a r d Labor showing the gathering
lower was given James Luck storm between the capitalist and would surely not be in such a I
his home in this city, the oc- w a/e earner was a fair p re ^ n ta -! hurry to lcave the *c:i001 r<om- | V . S. A B R A H A M
They W,H always find themselves
sion being his both birthday, lion of this conflict.
handicapped in the work of life
r. Luck is the father of Mrs.
J. E. Martin and M. F. Hill,
cannot be such help to them-
president and vice-president re
Goods, Shoes and Groceries
and to others as t ier could "
John Fletcher was a Portland spectivcly ot the Western Water
iitor, Saturday, and started ripe Co., of Portland, were in
Tardiness has become almost jr
t to the Aviation meet but ow- orest Grove Tuesday evening
GOOD GOODS AND FAIR PRICES
? to the immense crowds it attending tne meeting of the city a cr>me^ in our school and^ this J
is time to come back before council. The above named com- ' ,ee^ Supt. ‘ Gardner oifered
Forest G rove
pany is engaged inlaying the three pictures to the three rooms
hn got there.
he regular meeting of the gravity water pipe line from having the fewest tardy marks
ite m Star Chapter Monday Clear Creek to the city limits. for February. The pictures f
ening a very pleasant social The agreement calls for the com were distributed as follows:!
F orest G rove M eat iVl&rke:
jr was spent after the trans- pletion of the work by April 30th High School Building, room 8
and room (J. Lincoln Building'
ion of of the regular business next.
Fresh and Salted Meats. Home Made Pork Sausage “Just i
room 1. Each of these rooms
Like Dad Used to Make ‘Down on the Farm.’ ”
had three marks last month.
P. Senger and wife were in
This month the pictures go to
vn Saturday on business. Mr.
A. T. Buxton purchased a horse rooms having the best marks.
iger sold one of his fresh cows of Ivan Senger recently.
C a sh P aid for H id e s
F re s h F ish
Any room keeping a picture
a n d P e lts
E v ery T h u rsd a y
ently to Elmer Lydia of Gales
A. Reuter and wife came out three months in succession re
iek. He is going out of the from Portland Saturday, to re
tains the picture permanently.
M O O R E & W 1LH EL M SO N
main during the busy season.
ire your eyes failing? Do
Mrs. Burk spent Wednesday The P R E S S I* TH E ONE B E S T B ET
i find trouble in reading the in the Grove with her sister, Mrs. for
C O N SIST EN T ADVERTISING.
era'.' If so, better let me fit larvey Rogers, who is very sick.
A. E. M O U L T O N
for suitable glasses and re-
Mrs. E. H. Burk spent Wed O regon Electric T im e Card
e the strain. Abbott, the
Roswurm & Moulton
nesday with her sister, Mrs. Rog
>mn. Paterson block, Pacific
LEA V ES
ers of the Grove, who is very
A RRIV ES
F ore»l G ro v e
he Second y e a ’r Academy
6:60 a m
8:00 a m
There will be services at the
.8 spent a very enjoyable eve-
10:30 a m
11:40 a m
? at the home of Edna and
12:20 p m
1 ;30 p in
1:40 p m
2:50 p m
¿ill Mills last Friday evening. day, March 13th by Rev. Phelps
4:10 p m
5:20 p m
ies wefre played and at a late
7:00 p m
8:10 p m
O re g o n i
Frank Oriole, of Stevens Point,
9:45 p m
r refreshments were served,
report a fine time.
L EA V E S
i Grove, were callers at Overlook
A RRIV ES
i i , _ i
L / .
H a n H M H M IC S B ~ j
suspicious character, who
P o rtla n d
F o re st G ro v e
Farm last week. Thursday.
e his name as Wilson, was
7:05 a m
S:15 a m
Mike Monner, who will work a
8:30 a m
sted in the city Tuesday
9:40 a in
11:30 a m
it by Chief of Police Doerrs. part of the Watts ranch this year,
12:10 p m
1:20 p m
2:10 p ra
yas detained until the follow- moved his family and household
3:20 p m
3:30 p m
4:40 p m
morning, and after being
5:30 p m
6:40 p m
8:25 p m
n a square meal, was told to
9:35 p m
K issing said to be bad.
Kissing is the most certain S a t u r d a y O n l y
SU F R 1 C R
rs. A. Alexander gave a
L vi I’u rtlan J 11:30 p m —Ar. F.G . 12:35 a m
way of communicating tubercu Sunday
ir Irish reading and Mrs.
L vi F..G. 3:30 p m- -A r. a t P c tt la nd 4:40 p m
losis from one individual to an
ard Seymour read one of
S toves and R anges
other, according to Dr. M. p.
•rt Burns’ pretty tributes to
Ravenal. member of the faculty
Masons; lunch was served
Beil ard Moál Eco
of the University of Wisconsin Some of
the Chapter Room, like the
r.cnv.cal en she Mar-
and a leading spirit in the Wis
outside, was aglow with
consin Anti-Tuberculosis society. our claims
•vi- •• ■ -Ä S K
Still, Dr. Ravenal believes, we
W e d o n ’t believe th a t you can find
e Holy City Oratorio to lx? may or may not have tubercu
a b e tte r all round place to fit o u t th e
intbd in this city by the losis, but we must have kissing.
V - ’.
home th an rig h t a t th is sto re.
W e d o n ’t believe th a t you can
"Kissing is risky” , the doctor
find a place th a t will d eal m ore
; ° f ld,,? CUli told an audience recently, but it
fairly w ith you th a n we will.
taking attempted by local ¡8 a poor sort of fellow who will
W e d o n ’t believe th a t, d o llar fo r
*?. Many weeks has been not take some chances ”
dollar, you can do Q U IT E as w ell
an y w h ere else.
The lecturer ,l„ , added that
tion will be the result. A he believed that the night air
A Full Line o f General Hardware i -
Those a re o u r claim s to prove
orchestra has volunteered was
th em is o u r aim .
was the purest to be breathed
4p which adds greatly to and he said that sweethearts es
W ill you g ive us an o p p o rtu n ity to
BOTH P H O N ES
do so th e first tim e you a re needing
•eauty of the music. The pecially should not be interfered
tom .'thing in o ur iine?
eds are to benefit the High with when they sought to enjoy
orest G rove
l tnusic and the Congrega- ¡t together.
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