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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (April 14, 1910)
of General Interest
Dr. Knox o f Portland was in
Kinney, who is visiting friends
and relatives here.
H. L. Deckert ran in to Port
Mrs. T. Wigman was in Port
j land Monday.
Mrs. Eberly o f Banks was in
Prof. Baker made a trip to the town Tuesday.
C. H. Warbis of Verboort was
Ivan Senger o f Gales Creek in town Monday.
was in town Friday.
Mr. Bratzel spent Sunday at
J. D. Foote spent Sunday in his home in Gresham, Ore.
Portland with friends.
B. F. Catchings is reported
Mr. and Mrs. Olsen o f Thatch dangerously ill at his home.
er were in town Saturday.
J. H. Shaw o f Portland was in
C. B. Campbell was trading in this city Monday on business.
the city the latter part of the
Prof. Hawthorne o f Clearwa
ter, Oregon, was in town Mon
Orval Tennis of Portland was day.
visiting friends in the Grove
Mrs. W. H. Hollis and Mrs. H.
J. Goff were Portland visitors on
Bismark Rode attended the Tuesday.
trial of the Sexton case in Hills
Mrs. J. W. Caples visited this
week with friends and relatives
A notarial commission has been in Portland.
issued to attorney John D. Foote
of Forest Grove.
daughter o f A. B. Todd, is very
Miss Manche Langley made a sick
business trip to Hillsboro and
N. B. LaCourse is out o f town
looking after business affairs and
The Mount Hood ice cream a will visit friends while away.
Shearer’s for purity and flavor i
Mrs. Richard Bond (nee Cess
unexcelled. Try it.
Stewart) o f Portland, visited at
Mr. Beckett, a young attorney the home o f J. T. Buxton Sun
of Portland, spent several hours day.
in our city Saturday.
Mrs. S. F. Chamberlain, who
Weatherbys delicious ice crparn is visiting Mrs. N. M. Austin,
served morning, noon and night will leave Saturday for Oakland,
at the Den of Sweets.
Emma Dixon, who has been
Arsenate o f lead for spraying
attending school at Dixie this trees at the Forest Grove Phar
winter, is home again.
macy, prices the lowest, quality
An alarm clock that strikes the the highest.
hours is one of the new novelties
Mrs. J. T. Shannon, Mrs. E.B.
at the Booth Jewelry Co.
Tongue and Miss Katheryn Shan
E. S. Booth, of the Booth Jew non o f Hillsboro, visited friends
elry Company, made a business in this city Monday.
trip to Portland Monday.
Mrs. A. M. Linney, who has
visiting with her parents,
There are some extra special
Mrs. J. T. Buxton, re
bargains in jewelry and silver
her home in Astoria.
ware at Booth Jewelry Co.
Mrs. Bess Gebbey o f Portland
Ben David o f Arleta spent Sat
here helping take care o f her
urday and Sunday with friends
mother, Mrs. Wm. Kane, who is
in and about Forest Grove.
seriously ill at her home in this
Every facility for the prompt city.
and accurate filling o f prescrip
tions at Pioneer Drug Store,
Pysician and Oculist. Does no
$3000 residence in Forest Grove surgery. Office at residence.
to trade for farm property.
319 North A street. Ind. Phone
L an g ley & S on .
s Miss Edna Bacon of Hillsboro
Position Wanted—By a compe
was visiting at the home of Mrs. tent stenographer, familiar with
C. F. Miller, her aunt, over Sun details of office work.
W. Allen, 103 East 61st St., Port
Mrs. Samuel Todd, nee Alyce land, Ore.
Cronin, spent several days last
week with her parents in the very ill with pneumonia. Miss
Todd was taken sick Saturday
W. A. Clark and wife o f Port night, and is reported in a seri
land, visited with Mr. Clark’ s
The 4th and 5th grades o f the
mother, Mrs. Eva Clark, over
Central school celebrated arbor
day by recitations and songs. A
Dr. Samuel Todd went to Yam
number of the mothers were pres
hill Saturday evening to play
ent and enjoyed the afternoon.
with the Walker Orchestra of
Mrs. Emmett Quick and daugh
ter, Ilah, of Hillsboro were in the
Mrs. H. L. Deckert entertained
city Tuesday looking for a dwell
Miss Clement, first grade teacher
ing house. Mr. Quick is em
of Lincoln School, at Dinner
ployed at the livery of J. A.
J. A. Conro, representing the
Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Ramsey of
International Corres p o n d e n c e
Gaston were in town on business
Schools o f Scranton, Pa., was a
Tuesday. They expect to leave
business visitor last Friday.
in about three weeks for Eastern
Mrs. N. 1.. Atkins and daugh Oregon where they will spend
ter, Elouise, who have been vis the summer.
iting for several days at the P.
Miss Ida Smith will enter Bai
W. Cronin home, returned to
ley’s store as a clerk Monday
Portland the first o f the week.
Miss Smith has been
Mr. and Mrs. Archibold How in Portland for the past year, but
ard o f Welches were in this city was formerly employed at Bai
on Friday closing the deal on the ley’s for several year».
property west of the Michigan
Miss W rflia *T]eabo has re
House, which they sold to Dan
signed her position as cashier at
Bailey’s Store, and will spend the
Mrs. A. B. Caples, who has summer in recreation and enjoy
been visiting for two weeks in ment. Miss Anna Cornelius has
Astoria, returned Friday accom taken the place made vacant by
panied by her sister, Mrs. A. M. the resignation o f Miss Leabo.
H. L. DECKERT
Sheriff Hancock was a Grove
Lloyd McNutt is working in a
garage in Portland.
For Sanitary Plumbing, Steam and Hot
W ater Heating..................................................
S. F. VanMeter of Dilley was
in town Saturday.
Attorney Foote has been called
to Lebanon on business.
Forest Grove, Oregon
Mrs. Mary Dixon of Dilley was
a Grove visitor Saturday.
Miss Grace Payne, who has
been quite sick, is much better.
Mrs. Lena White o f Portland
visited Mrs. 0 . M. Gardner Sat
Dr. C. E. Walker
Alvin Brown, Frank Parr, Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Bemiss, J. D.
Rode and M. Peterson of Forest
Grove, Wm. Lansignant and Jas.
Churchill o f Gales Creek, Matt.
Patton o f Cornelius and Dr.
Knox o f Portland were among
the attendants at the Sexton
‘damage suit” trial at Hillsboro
Forest Grove Nat’l. Bank Bldg.
9:45 A . M. to 4
and Friday of Each W eek
FOREST G R O V E
Ind. phone 212
Gettin’ Spring Fever
With the first nice sunshiny
day of spring, the world looks
bright and the birds all sing; the
air is laden with sweet perfume
and the hearts of the people are
singing in tune. It’s the season
o f promise, and beauty, and joy,
and your mind takes you back to
when you were a boy; you played
‘ "hooky” from school and spent
the hours fishin’ , or stretched
out on the grass, just dreamin’ ,
er wishin’ . Here, wake up. old
man, you wouldn't exchange
your present good home for the
Rocky range, and you musn’t
forget your w ife’s request—to
get her Chi-Namel; she says it’s
best. Best for what? Why, ev
erybody knows it is the best var
nish to use for refinishing old
floors, furniture or wood work
and best for the interior of new
buildings. All colors and all SIZG
packages. Sold by Mertz & Latta.
Oregon Electric Railway Co.
O f its new Line and Train Seivice to
W OODBURN, OREGON
The branch line connecting Woodburn with W est
V/oodburn 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 W est Woodburn for passengers
to and from Woodburn:
Lv. Forest Grove
A r. Woodburn
8:40 a m
10:30 a m
1:40 p m
Lv. W oodburn
10:30 a m
12:40 p m
4:00 p m
9:00 a m
2:25 p m
4:25 p m
A r Forest Grove
11:30 a m
4.40 p m
6:40 p m
For information relative to tickets, fares. etc., see the ticket agent
C . E. A LBIN
Ticket Agent, Forest Grove
of the making cf
books there is no end.
Its the same with post cards
and stationery. The variety is
To be sure you’re buy
ing what is strictly up-to-date, get
it here. If we sell it, it’s it.
Come in and see the latest.
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FR EE D E LIV E R Y
FOREST G R O V E, ORE.
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Come and See the New Line of Goods Just Received-
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