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Forest Grove Advertising
F. A. Moore was in Portland
Miss Edna Harper of Gales
City was shopping in this City,
J. U. Doores has been quite | ^ ondaj'
Special prices on ladies Amcr -
sick the past week.
Beauty Corsets at the Hoff-
Astlee Henry of Gaston was a
man, Allen store.
Subscribe for The Press, now. Grove visitor, Wednesday.
Finest of Bread and Pastro Baked Daily
Rev. J. E. Kester of Dayton
H. Whitham spent Sunday at
Mrs. H. Baker and Mrs. Raines
will occupy the pulpil of the M.
his home in Portland.
were in Portland, Saturday.
E. church Sunday morning anu
We sell 6 loaves of Bread for 25 cents
Paul Schultz attended the ball
Aden Keen was visiting friends evening.
game in Portland Sunday.
in town the first of the week.
Mary Wertzel, who has taken
The Forest Grove Garage is
Mrs. A. Bratt is spending a a course as trained nurse in a
the proper place to buy bicycles. few days with friends in this Portland hospital, is home for a
Contractor Sweeney was in city.
from headquarters camp Tues Mrs. Foster is visiting at the
Mrs. R. M. Stevens left for
home of Mr. W. H. Hill and Portland Tuesday where she will
spend a few days with relatives
A few lines of men’s felt hats wife.
STAPLE AND FANCT GROCERIES
at Hoffman, Allen & Co— SPECIAL
Mr. E. E. Williams and wife and friends.
have moved into the Nourse
Vegetables, Farm Produce and Fruits in Season
Apprentice wanted by Miss
Dr. S. M. Wendt has moved cottage.
Kirkwood, the Milliner. Pleas
All Stock New and Highest Grade
into his new office in the Abbott Claude Smith was confined to ant workroom, good hours and
Free Delivery to any part of the City
his home by illness the forepart right surroundings. This is an
excellent opportunity to learn
Miss Bertha Leabo has return- of the week,
F o r est G r o v e .
ed home after visiting friends in
Do you buy your auto supplies millinery.
at the Forest Grove Garage? If
J. F. Reerher, proprietor of
the Wilson river resort was in
John McNamer has been con-loot, why not?
fined to his room by sickness for
The Musical Club gave a recit the City the fore part of the
al at the home of Mrs. Nixon last week. He reports the surveying
crews of the United busy com
Get a bottle of Oregon Blood Saturday evening.
pleting the survey to Tillamook. '
purifier at Miller’s. Every bot Rev. Hiram Gould and wife de
There are three crews on five
parted Monday for a months visit miles of survey along the river. (
Mrs. Newton McCoy of Port in Iowa and Nebraska.
For Sale—Real Estate and In
For Sanitary Plumbing, Steam and Hot
land is visiting her daughter
Mr. Bratzel of tne Pacific Uni surance business; most desirable
Mrs. Wesley Orr, this week.
versity, spent Saturday and offices and furniture; splendid
$3000 residence in Forest Grove Sunday at his home in Gresham. list of properties; insurance com
Forest Grove, Oregon
to trade for farm property.
A son was born to Mr. and panies all gilt-edge. The only
L angley & S on .
Mrs. Herman Bernard, who re reason for selling is continued ill,
John E. Bailey has purchased sides north of town, Wednesday health, necessitating removal.
a Ford auto which will be deliv April 27.
Address X care Press.
ered within the next two weeks.
Just received a ghipment of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes
Mrs. Iler of Portland spent D. D. D., the only remedy for S. D. A. Church Ser
A Fine Line of General Merchandise
several days last week visiting eczema and all skin diseases.
vices For This Week
her aunt Mrs. R. Stevens of this At Miller’s Drug store.
There will be the regular ser- j
Rev. Dr. Stivers and wife were vices at the Seventh Day Advent
Mr. A. R. Leabo and wife caned to Perrydale, Polk county, ist Church this week. Sabbath
spent Sunday in Portland at the the fore part of the week by the School 2 p. m. and preaching 3 p.
home of Mr. Frank Dunham and illness of Mrs. Stivers grand- m. Saturday May 7, Saturday
night 7:45—“ Whose Image and
Mr. Lee Boyd, wife and baby,
J. B. Matthews wishes to show Superscription. ’ Sunday even-
spent Sunday in Portland visit you the new “ Union” jack; for inf? “The Love of Christ as mani-
ing Mrs. Boyd’s grandmother, lifting, setting tires, stretching fest in the Old and New Testa
Mrs. Levi Smith.
fence and many other uses. Al-
G. W. Pettit, Pastor.
You who contemplate the pur- ways handy,
chase of commencement presents
An automobile party consist-
should get them now while the jnK 0f J. W. Caples, Mr. 0. A.
Black or Tan
big sale is on at Booth’s.
Corl and wife, Gertie Nichols
Mrs. Gebbey of Portland who and C- Goode made a m
has been here for several days
visiting her mother, Mrs. Wm.
The place is neat
Kane,, returned home Saturday.
IN D EPEN D EN T 744
The candy sweet
PA C IFIC ST A TES 33
Weatherly ice cream
Dr. Semones. Homeopathic
Can not be beat
Pysician and Oculist. Does no
For salt* at the Den
surgery. Office at residence.
J. A. Brown, Proprietor
319 North A street. Ind. Phone
The last open meeting of the
First Class Rigs
Rev. M. H. Kendall, pastor of Woman’s Club for this year, will
A healthful tonic is re a lly
the McMinnville Christian church be held Monday, May 9, at 8
Forest Grove, Ore.
will occupy the pulpit of the o’clock with Mrs. F. J. Miller.
season. Take a good rest if you
Christian church of this City, Each member is allowed one
can. If you can’t do this take
| tonic for the same purpose.
Miss Margaret Hinman enter
An illustrated Good Roads
Medicines probably will not
the members of the
lecture will be given under the
be needed if you follow our sug
auspices of the Board of Trade Bridge Club at her home in this gestions, but we have all sorts
the thirty-first of this month. City, Tuesday, A most enjoy for all kinds of ailments. Toilet
able time was had and dainty re articles are here also to suit the
Further particulars later.
Shoeing done in all its b r a n c h e s........................
most particular people.
Saturday night Burke’s res
' Veterinary and track shoeing a specialty.
taurant was broken into. As the
contents of the cash drawer had
* * ' ‘ Twenty-five years experience. - -
been taken care of the maura- will not be opened until Friday r orest Urove rnarmacy
.....................- All work guaranteed. . . .
T H E U P -TO -D A T E D R U G G I S T S
ders failed to got aw ay with any night ami will l>o brought before
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
the membership at the regular P h o n e s :
FR EE D E L IV E R Y
, meeting Monday night
He plans bset who plans to
Harry Marten who has been
give the people what they want
at reasonable prices. Anderson employed in Parker’s harness es
always has that in view in buy tablishment of this city, left Fri
ing and priceing clothing and day for Seattle where he has ac
cepted a position with Duncan
M r. Chas. Cutter, the celebrat Co. manufacturers of harness
ed bass singer of Portland, who and saddles.
is a full blooded, educated In Capt. F. S. Barnes has been re
dian, w ill a p p e a r Saturday night quested to write a remeniscent
at the Woman’s Club entertain sketch for the Carthage Repub
ment in the Scenic Theatre, with lican, published at Carthage.
Come and See the New Line of Goods Just Received-
a repertoire of popular songs, ac Jefferson county, N. Y.. Capt.
companied by Mrs. E. E. WU- Barnes assisted in setting up the
All Goods Guaranteed as Represented
liams, our favorite pianist. Mr, first copy of that paper which
Cutter was the leading bass sing- celebrates its Golden anniversary
MAIN S T R E E T
p O °E S T G °O V E
er in the Carnival of Venice at next June, when it will have com-
the Portland Fair in 1906.
pleted its fiftieth year.
of General Interest
GILTNER & DOANE
H. L. DECKERT
The Progressive Store
Hoffman, Allen Co.
2 in 1 - It Shines
JOE LENNEVI LLE
THE HORSE SHOER
The Largest and Best
Selected Stock of Jewelry,
Watches and Clocks in Washington County
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A R TH U R SH EA RER
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