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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1910)
Compiled by the Hustling, Bustling, Rustling
Local Reporters of the Press
See Abraham for genuine Kale
E. S. Booth was a business vis
itor i i Portland Friday.
Edward Seymour was a busi
ness visitor in Portland Monday.
N. B. LaCourse and F. A.
Moore were in Portland Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Baldwin of Port
land was ,n town Saturday even-
services each week. The next
being on Saturday and Sunday
evenings. Subjects: Pentecost
and the Pentecostal Church.
“ Why not found out before and
why so many churches?”
Monmouth butter, best in town,
Geo. Locks of Thatcher was in
Dr. Lowe the Optician will be
in Forest Grove April 6 and 7. 20
Gold Coin seed Potatoes for
sale at Abraham’s.
H. R. Bemiss was in Dilley on
Thad Stevenson was in town
Tuesday, on business.
Mrs. A. E. Dixon was a busi-
ness visitor in the Rose City
Oscar Schryer left for his home
in Beatrice Nebraska, via Spo
Mrs. Chas. Bradley of Corval
lis is visiting her mother, Mrs.
For garden plowing and team
work leave orders at Pacific Ave.
Shoe Shop. Prompt service.
Mr. and Mrs. J.
John Vanderzander and wife
Wilson River wTere
of Verboort were trading in town
Public spirited citizens are
making efforts to revive interest
Miss Ril’.a Henderson of Cor-
Mrs. Will Finley of Hillsboro in the Board of Trade of this city.
nelius was shopping in town 1 was visiting relatives in the city jA11 members who are in arrears
will please grow enthusiastic and
C. B. Campbell, the well known Rev. and Mrs. Stivers visited tender the amount to the Secre
farmer, paid the Fress office a the latter’s mother in Portland tary, G. S. Allen.
Dr. C. L. Large reports a
born to the wife of
Misses Minnie Myers and Mar Mrs. Chrystal Widner of North
section foreman of
garet Hinman were shopping in Yamhill is visiting her sister Mrs.
R. of Dilley last
A. L. Richardson.
Friday. Parties wishing the at-
Hoge Sexton came out from
The best specific for that lan- tendance of Dr. Large in this
Portland to attend the marriage guid feeling is the Hazlewood class of cases, will greatly oblige
of his brother Monday.
ice cream for sale by W. E. him, if convenient, by engaging
Mrs. Chrystal Widnor of North Prickett.
tf | his services two or three months
Yamhill is the guest of her sisterj Mr. and Mrs. Will Shively o f : Prior to the expected event.
Mrs. A. L. Richardson.
Portland spent Sunday at the
Ware house location for sale,
Sam Moulton, who has been home of Mrs. Shively’s parents, Three quarters block, in South
sick with typhoid fever for past Mr. and Mrs. M. Peterson.
Portland 200 feet on United Rail
two weeks, is convalescing.
The sale at the Congregational | way. Direct connection with
Mesdames John Wirtz and church given by the Ladies Work- terminal yards and wholesale dis
Jack Latta were visitors in Port- ing Society was a great success, trict. Portland street car line
on one side. Fifteen minutes
land the latter part of the week. I The ladies cleared about $45.
ride from Third and Washington.
In preparation for the arrival
Roy Richardson of Gales Creek, Price $5000, for ten days.
of newT stock the Pioneer Drug purchased an Indian Motor Cycle It
L angley & S on .
Store is making special prices at Qf A. C. Mackrodt last week,
tf having come to the Grove for
Misses Amy Thomas and Beu- that especial purpose.
There will be Lectures at Sev-
lah Ireland spent Saturday at the
Miss Addie Laird of Eugene enth Day Adventist church next
home of Helen Chalmers in the was the guest of Mrs. E. S. i Saturday and Sunday evenings
Booth the latter part of last week. as follows: Saturday—Pentecost
J. Loomis made a trip to the Miss Laird is a former school and the Pentecostal Church.
Dalles recently and enjoyed a mate of Mrs. Stivers of our city. Sunday—Why not found out be
fore and why so many churches?
pleasant visit at the home of J.
Miss Kirkwood, the Milliner
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Home
has the newest and most attrac
Mission Service, 3 p. m.
W. M. Harris who recently tive articles in M i l l i n e r y ,
A cordial welcome to all.
bought the Schmaie farm two Trimmed Hats, Shapes and Ma
G. W. P ettit , Pastor.
miles west of the city was in on terials. Call and see. Pacific
The PFXSS I» THE ONE BEST BET
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hall are for CONSISTENT ADVERTISING.
Miss Katie Kesler of Glenwood
was shopping in town Monday. visiting friends and relatives in
Mr. ana Mrs. John Cornelius town this week. Mr. Hall has
disposed of his interests in Tilla Oregon Electric Time Card
were in town Monday.
mook and they are now residing
For Rent, 9 room house, bath
and water, one block from post in Portland.
8:00 a m
6:50 a m
Highly satisfactory results will
oince. U. B. Campbell,
9:50 a m
8:40 a m
11:40 a m
10:30 a m
lnd. Phone No. 42 be obtained from the use of For
12:20 p m
1:30 p m
maldehyde and squirrel poison at |
2:50 p m
1:40 p m
Mrs. F. A. Moore entertained
this season. Every can guaran
5:20 p m
4:10 p m
a number of little friends in
8:10 p m
7:00 p m
9:45 p m
honor of her daughter Gussie’s
oirtiiday, Yveonesuay afternoon. Store.
Joe Lenneville celebrated a
Arch Bishop Christie and Fath
birthday Monday, but owing to
er De Lormer of Portland spent
his retiring nature, we are unable
8:30 a m
9:40 a m
Monday in this city with Father
11:30 a m
Buck, looking after church inter to state the exact age. If looks
12:10 p m
1:20 p m
2:10 p in
3:20 p m
about graduating from High
4 :40 p m
5:30 p m
6:40 p m
Ben David, formerly of Thatch- School.
8:25 p m
9:35 p m
tr, who is now living at Arleta,
was visiting friends in and about
S a tu rd a y O nly
Lvs P ortland 11:30 p m - A r . F.G. 12:35 a m
Forest Grove on Saturday and the city or vacinity who desires Sunday
c n ’y
Lva F..G. 3:30 p m- -A r. a t P ortland 4:40 p m
tunity is available in the Press
A very pleasant birthday party office. Must be good speller and
was given Will Van Antwerp u n d e r s tand punctuation and
bunday at the home of his par grammer.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Van
J. W. Sherwood an old resident our claims
of Forest Grove left for Los An-
We don’t believe that you can find
J ‘. Matthews has the only ge]eg Wednesday where he will
a better all round place to fit out the
original littmg apparatus in the reside permanently. The change
home than right at this store.
‘ Union Jack.
¿strongest and was necessitated by the condition
We don’t believe that you can
best. Handiest tool for stretch of his health and his many friends
find a place that will deal more
fairly with you than we will.
ing wire lence ever devised, tf regretted to see him leave.
We don’t believe that, dollar for
The series of lectures at the
dollar, you can do QUITE as well
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Lewis of
Seventh Day Adventist church Nez Perce, Idaho, visited Mr.
Those are our claims—to prove
closed last Sunday night Elder and Mrs. E. S. Booth last week.
them is our sim.
j . M. Comer left to labor at Cot While here they enjoyed an aut
Wi’d you give us an opportunity to
tage Grove his present home. omobile ride through the city and
do so the first tirr.syou are needing
-ar. Pettu reports the meetings surrounding country, and were
something in our iine?
us being very successful. He delighted with our balmy spring
R O E 8c C O M P A N Y
will continue two or three public weather.
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Forest Grove Garage
e carry a complete line of sundries, also do
Automobile, bicycle, sewing machine, gun,
lock and general repairing.
Machine work and brazing
O U R S P E C IA L T Y
Forest Grove Garage.
Forest Grove Pool Room
J. S. DREW, prop.
Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery, and Soft Drinks.
Good Lunch Counter in Connection
A Clean, Quiet place to spend an Evening.
V . S.
D ry Goods, Shoes and Groceries
GOOD GOODS AND FAIR PRICES
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W h en Y ou A re Sick
You want the doctor to prescribe for you.
Then you want the prescription filled
Take it where they “Know How” to
Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
A . E. M O U L T O N
W ALTER ROSWURM
Roswurm & Moulton
Roswurm & Co.
Dealers in Real Estate, Exchanges, Business Chances,
Ice, Coal and Wood
C. L. H I N M A N
Stoves and Ranges
Beft and Moit Eco
nomical on the Mar-
f arm T ools
A Full Line of General Hardware
r eg o n