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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 17, 1910)
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Glenn Markee was in Hillsboro
Miss Marie Spiesshaert spent
Sunday in Portland.
Miss Laura Tredeau was in
Portland on Saturday.
Carl Stribich and Howard Mc
Gill were in Hillsboro Sunday.
Mrs. E. S. Booth was a busi
ness visitor in Portland Saturday.
Harvey Baldwin and wife took
an auto trip to the city Sunday.
Best Jumbo Utah Land Plaster
$12.50aton. Phelps and Mizner.
Frank Emerson made a busi
ness trip to Portland Saturday.
Mrs. Martin Lynch of Patton
Valley was trading in town Mon
Miss Winnie Ramsey spent
Sunday visiting friends in Port
J. McCale and W. II. Williams
were Grove visitors from W atts’
would afford me much pleasure
to have you call on Tuesday,
March 15th and following days.
Respectfully yours, M rs . A. E.
D ixon , Main street.
K. N. Staehr spent Sunday in
the Rose City.
Mrs. Ira Brown of Hillside was
in town Monday.
Arthur Reeher left for Wilson
River, Saturday, where he will
spend the summer.
Latest new spring styles in
jewelry are arriving daily at the
Booth Jewelry Store.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caples, of
Portland, visited with relatives
in this city last Saturday.
Several young people from
here attended the dance in Bea
verton, Saturday evening.
Mrs. M. K. Watrous returned
home Monday from a two months
stay in Omaha, Nebraska.
I. P. Senger and wife were
over Sunday guests of Mrs. Sen-
ger’s parents at Mt. Tabor.
Phil Porter, of Gales Creek,
was in town the last of the week
getting ready for spring work.
H. Dames, of Gaston, was
Call and examine my photos at
doing business in the Grove, the Forest Grove Studios.
G. F. B l a k e l y , Prop.
Oscar Baldwin was up from
E. S. Booth, the popular pro
Portland Sunday on a visit to his prietor of the Booth JeweJry
Store made a business trip to
Fruit and shade trees at whole Portland Tuesday.
sale by E. A. Dixon or Forest
Jas Miltonbergen has recently
Grove Floral Co.
purchased a new Hires Root
Don Trumble was a Rose City Beer fountain for use in the
visitor Saturday, and spent Sun “ Den of Sweets” .
day in Beaverton.
Judge Robert Morrow of the
County Circuit Court,
Remember that the Home
dedication of Del-
Bakery delivers free of charge |
t . any part of the city.
Watch losing time? Bring it
John Carrico, principal of the
Abbott, watch repairer. Pat
public sciiool at Gaston, paid the
block, Pacific Ave., and
P uess office a visit Saturday.
have it examined.
0. Schryer was a visitor at needs cleaning.
the Ezra Wright farm, Cedar
Among other important per
Ganyon, the last of the week.
sonages who were guests of K.
Look at Mrs. A. E. Dixon’s of P. Lodge Saturday were Judge
before buying your Easter bon Dimick of Oregon City and H. A.
Johnson of Salem.
A. C. Mackrodt sells Stude-
If you are going to need any
baker automobiles, Indian motor-1 Building mtl or Lumber, see b.
cycles and Bicycles.
W. Emerson at the Ward Lum
W. R. Stephens, for many ber yard. Office in Dr. Ward’s
years a well known resident of building.
Diiley, spent Saturday in this
If you are going to need any
building mtl or lumber, see F.
Levi Smith of this city, Sunday, W. Emerson at the Ward Lum
visited hi» daughters, Mrs. Molly ber yard. Office in Dr. Ward’s
Hughes and Mrs. John Dempsey building.
Holy City Oratorio, Monday,
Miss Anna Cornelius and Ber March
Reserved seats at Ba
tha Leabo spent Saturday even
ing and Sunday in Portland vis-
i -ng friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Farmer (nee
Mrs. Oliver Curtis and chil-
Pollock) of Portland, vis
bren arc spending this week vis
week with Mrs. Farmer’s
it! ;g her parents Mr. and Mrs.
brother, Mrs. U. G.
Judge Rood of Hillsboro.
Hannah and Dr. W. M. Pollock
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Fields of of this city.
Portland spent Sunday visiting
Are your eyes failing? Do
Mrs. Fields’ parents, Mr. and
find trouble in reading the
Mrs. A. W. Russell of this city.
papers? If so, better let me fit
You take no chance in buying you for suitable glasses and re
Victor Hard Wheat Flour at $1.60 lieve the strain. Abbott, the
per sack. It is guaranteed to optician. Paterson block, Pacific
l e ase. Phone an order to your Ave.
W. A. Hoge whose return from
Dr. Semones. Homeopathic California and visit to Forest
Pysician and Oculist. Does no Grove was noted last week, is
nurgery. Office at residence, making arrangements to leave
d -j North A street. Ind. Phone Portland, where he has resided
for several years, and will locate
Misses Katharine Shannon, permanently in or near this place.
Best Jumbo Utah Land Plaster
Myrtle and Lottie Butler and
I u»s Arnas, well known young $12. 50 a ton Phelps and Mizner.
ladies of Hillsboro, spent Sunday
Do you want a sanitary shave,
v .th frkn s in Forest Grove.
first class hair cut in the latest
Spring and summer styles are mode or an up-to-dite shampoo,
now ready for the inspection of then visit the Main Street Bar
my patrons and friends, and it bers.
G. H. Baldwin and J. E. Thorn
burg, agents for the Ford auto
mobile, have b e e n spinning
around in their classy machine.
They returned from Portland
Sunday with another one.
“Windy Jim” Discourses
“ Speakin’ of havin’ things
handy,” remarked “ Windy Jim ”
as he helped himself to the cheese
on the counter and sat down on
his favorite cracker-box. “ Re
minds me of when I was a kid
an’ folks come west to Ne-brass-
kee an took up a claim along the
“ There weren’t any lumber
nor brick them days an ’ Pa built
a sod house of four rooms and
ma made the garden ’round the
house.” “Well ma was near
sighted and in plantin’ the gar
den she didn’t see the house and
just planted potatoes an’carrotts
an’ onions, an’ several other
things on the roof of the house” .
“ Well, we had a monsterous
crop that year and everybody
was so busy that we didn’t get
time to dig the potatoes an’
things and one mornin’ we woke
up and darned if we wasn’t
snowed in” . “Well, we didn’t
get out for three months and
when ma wranted to cook any
thing she just reached up to the
ceiling and picked off some pota
toes or whatever it was she
wanted, an’ when it thawed out
in the spring the garden was still
growin’ and ma still pickin’ from
the bottom.” “ And the more
she picked the more they growed
till the Gosh-darned house was
so full of potatoes, onions and
things that we just nacherally
had to move out.” “Anybody
got a m atch.”
S u b s c r i b e fo r t h e P r e s s
Dr. C. E. Walker
Forest Grove N at’l. Bank Bldg.
O F F IC E
9:45 A. M. to 4 P. M., Monday, Wednesday
and Friday of Each Week
Ind. phone 212
FO R EST G R O V E
Oregon Electric Railway Co.
E D W . R . W lR T Z
Practical and Sanitary Plumbing
O f its new Line and Train Service to
P IIO N E S - bell 21— ind . 681
The branch line connecting
oodburn with West
Woodburn has been completed and passenger service
iuaugurated on the above date.
The following is a schedule of trains arriving and
leaving Forest Grove, with which connection is made
at Garden Home and West Woodburn for passengers
to and from Woodburn:
Lv. Forest Grove
8:40 a m
10:30 a m
1:40 p m
C. E. ALBIN
Ticket Agent, Forest Grove
and refinement is included in our dis
play of things for the toilet.
The most delicate perfumes, th e
purest of talcum powders, the best of
PAJAN'S IMPORTED PERFUMES
PAUL RIEGER'S EXQUISITE ODORS
See our window disf lay and get a
package of sweet pea seeds FREE.
Forest Grove Pharmacy
9:00 a m
2:25 p m
4:25 p m
Ar Forest Grove
11:30 a m
4.40 p m
6:40 p m
G EO . F. NEVINS.
Traffic Manager, Portland, Oregon
A Blasting Good Business
Successor to DYNAMITE
No hawing. No Headaches, afs and Economical
FOR SALE BY
T H E U P -TO -D A TE D R U G G IS TS
10:30 a m
12:40 p m
4:00 p m
For information relative to tickets, fares, etc., see the ticket agent
P hones :
A r. Woodburn
FREE D E LIV E R Y
The Largest and Best
Selected Stock of Jewelry,
Watches and Clocks in Washington County
Come and See the New Line of Goods Just Received-
All Goods Guaranteed as Represented
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