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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1912)
The High Cost
need not worry you for some time to come if you take
advantage of the opportunity presented by the greatly
Hoffman and Allen Company Store
A fter Inventory Sale
Stylish Shapes and
5 0 % off
Ladies’ and Misses’ Skirts,
Men’s and Boys’ Work Coats
P Lot ne Men s and
r me sweaters
while they last, at
33 1-3 off Marked Price
Serviceable and Reliable Garments at
These Quotations are but samples of the numerous and unheard-of
The Auction House
New and Second Hand Goods
0. M. Sanford, Proprietor
uary 20, 1912.
Reduced! —---- Reduced!
Potatoes, good ones, $1.00 per
Olan Dixon, of Amity, visited
W. F. Hartrampf
home folks over Sunday.
Feed Store. Phone 50x.
Mrs. Daly purchased 100 by
100 feet at the corner of Fourth
Notice for Publication.
avenue and Second street, last Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land Office at Portland, Oregon, Jan
to be founid . Everything in the store, except groceries, has been
reduced 'Cl price for this great sale, which will be continued
Until February First
Our Groceries are Always Sold at Prices that Defy
Competition. A Comparison Will Convince You
HOFFMAN & ALLEN COMPANY
Mark B. Bump and sister, Miss Notice is hereby given that Jerry J. J. E. C.
Christner, whose poatoffice address is
Emma Pitman, were in Portland Room 4, Cambridge Bldg., Cor. 3d and
Morrison S t., Portland, did, on the 8th
The decision of fruit growers
is that the Aetna Lime and Sul
phur Spray, sold by the Forest
Grove Pharmacy, is the most
Jersey heifer calf for sale.
August Roth, the postmaster
at Segers. was a caller at this
J. L. Loving, of Gales Creek,
was a pleasant caller at this office
James Lane was in town Tues
day of May, 1911, file in this office
Sworn Statement and Application, No.
03046, to purchase the NE'^SW!.,, Sec
tion 12, Township 2 North, Range 5 REAL ESTATE, COLLECTIONS
West, Willamette Meridian, and the
MONEY TO LOAN
timber thereon, under the provisions of
the act of June 3, 1878, and acts
German spoken in the office
amendatory, known as the “ Timber and
Stone Law,” at such value as might be
fixed by appraisement, and that, pursu
PHO N ES
ant to such application, the land and Bell, Main 346
Ind. City, 344
timber thereon have been appraised,
the timber estimated 110,000 board feet
at $1.00 per M, and the land $10.00: HILLSBORO
that said applicant will offer final proof
in support of his application and sworn
statement on the 11th day of April, 1912,
before the Register and Receiver of
the United States Land Office, at Port
Any person is at liberty to protest
Buys and Sells Second
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest at any time before patent is
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
in this office, alleging facts which
would defeat the entry.
H. F. H igby , Register,
J. L. HILL
Dealer in Flour and Feed
E. J. Bondshu of Thatcher
i was in the city yesterday.
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that the un-
W. F. HARTRAMPF
. dersigned administrator of the estate
Wholesale and Retail
Sliver offering, at the home or j of artin V. Bisbee, deceased, has filed
Mrs. F. J. Miller, Wednesday in the
of the sta te of Or-
egon, for Washington county, his final V e tch Seed», all kind» of gra ss >eed. G re y
S eed O at«, R ink W in te r W h e a t
January 31, from 2:30 till 5:30. account in the m atter of said estate,
H ay a n d F e e d
cause . is a worthy one and
has fi1x®d ,°"day> th®
. 12th day of February, 1912, at the court
the committee IS working hard to | room in Hillsboro, Oregon, at 10 o,clock
make it a . success.
All club mem-!a:
for hearing day:,.as
bers are invited to be present i nal account, and the final settlement of Milbum Wagon,, Milwaukee
and bring a guest.
Dated this 10th day of January, 1912.
Mowers and Binders and
E. W. HAINES,
Dr. Semones, Oculist Administrator of the
i,a n d Homeopathic tin V. Bisbee, deceased. estate of ar
Physician, 217 First Bagley & Hare, Attorney for Admin-
Forest Grove. Ore
S t., Ind. Phone 311. Forest Grove, istrator.'
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Long have j ’
left for their new home in Hills
boro, where Mr. Long has pur
chased a hardware business.—
Miss Lynn Roderick, of Port
land, visited over Sunday with
Mrs. Geo. O. Sloan. Miss Rod W. Q. Tucker, M. D.
erick and her sister, Miss Ida,
Physician and Surgeon
Mission Furniture, Mill Work
are the owners of the Roderick
Calls answered promptly day or nigh t
and General Repair Work
ranch on which nature located
Phone: Office 271, Residence 283
the famous Roderick falls just
west of this city.
DR. NELLIE HAYNIE,
Mrs. Geo. E. Secour is spend
Embalming— Funeral Directing
ing a few days with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Office North
street, near Dr. Ward’s office.
L. L. Hollinger, who for some1 First
Hours, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
A. W . N ELSO N , M gr.
time has resided at Cornelius, i»|
moving back to the Grove.
Forest Grove Planing
Contractors and Builders
Forest Grove Undertaking Co.
CLYDE’S BICYCLE SHOP
W. M. Langley & Son
(S u c c e sso rs to V . H . L im b e r)
Good painted picket fence with
P h o n e No. 642
F o re s t G ro v e , O re g o n
(Bellinger’s Old Stand)
double iron gate. Will sell reas-!
Miss Vivian Dixon returned onable. Call Mrs. E. H. Cole
Forest Grove, Ogn.
from a two weeks’ visit man.
BICYCLES, NEW AND SECOND HAND. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS
with her friend, Miss Sadie Dev ff f t * The better your eyes see. j W. P. Dyke
Local Agent gor Oregonian
lin, who is teaching at Wren,
the better and quicker de
cisions your brain will make. Your
We have on sale Olympia
First Avenue West of Main Street. Phone G24
eyes plus your brain equal you.
and Eastern Oysters : : :
Edward Wirtz is putting in a
N otary Public
water system for C. Holsmeyer If you have defective sight Dr. Forest Grove
Try us once and if we
Lowe’s glasses fitted by his
at his dwelling on David’s Hill
please you tell others;
if not tell us.
and brain. He will be pleased to Hollis & Graham
Located on Pacific Avenue
an over Sunday visitor with his truth to those interested. Con
parents at the Colonial hotel.
sult him at Hotel Laughlin,
Forest Grove, Ogn.
Every household should be
Spscial Conveyances Over Wilson River Route to Tillamook
provided with a Brown Daisy San Frank Knox called at the Press J. N. Hoffman
Horses Bought, Sold and Exchanged
itary Dust Cloth. 25c each, for office this week.
sale only by the Forest Grove
EQUITY AND PROBATE ONLY
Dr. Lowe’s glasses are death
* Pk.se,: y . 744, p.c 33
Office Hoffman Bldg. Pacific Ave.
The contest ads will appear
Dr. Lowe’s glasses last enough
again February 8. Display an longer to make them cheaper
nouncement will appear on front than cheaper glasses would be as H W. Vollmer, M. D.
J. C. LATTA page next week.
C. W . MERTZ
Physician and Surgeon 1
The Press this week finished
Dr. Lowe’s glasses do not need
Office in Abbott Bldg.
the work on a booklet for the the guarantee that goes with
Forest Grove, Ogn.
Woman’s Home Missionary Soci them. Consult him at Hotel
Laughlin, Thursday, February 1.
Geo. Sloan has sold his Pacific
Frank Merese, who purchased Residence 212
avenue and C St. property to H. a half interest in Dr. Hines’
B. Johnson, who will erect a nice drug business, is here and an in
E. W A L K E R
residence on the corner at once. voice of the stock is being taken
Corner Fifth Avenue and Second Street
B o th Phones
Sid Bernard, of Hillsboro, was this week,
arrested by Sheriff Hancock Sat- SSoDK Auslria„s at Hm>boro
arday on a charge of evading a M d up , cpew of Austrisns in , Treatment by Special Appoint
IN S U R A N C E
Mrs. Bettie Benson, of Port- week. Some arrests have been
land, is visiting friends in town made.
CO M PANY
Forest Grove Restaurant
and Oyster House
Commercial Trade Solicited
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
MERTZ & LATTA
Forest Grove Steam Laundry
Ice, Cold Storage, Wood and Coal
MUTUAL F IR «
PRINCIPAL OFFICE. FOREST GROVE. OREGON
Will Save \ ou More Than 25 Per Cent
The Forest Grove Press Office
Is the best equipped for high class printing of any office in Washington
IjMinty. Its type and machinery are new. Comparison, of work will con
vince you. Increase in our output proves people’s taste for good printing
F. A. Watrous is in Southern
] Oregon this week on business.
Mra- John Buekhanan enter-
Red Ribbon Flour bbl... $5
* n " mbe! of 'adies ThLurs-
15 lbs Sugar........................$1 l|ay of last week. Among those
Pick let! Hams . . . . . . . . . . 13c
present were Mesdames E. E.
Spider Leg Tea.................40c Williams. John Thornburgh, Wil-
Gun Powder Tea
bur McEldowney, W. B. Haines.
&&&.&£%%& : sr
55c Tea Garden Drips . 45c
5J lbs White Beans . . . . 25e
Swell Dinner S Crout can 10c
G. W. BUNKER.
Ml,ler- J - Hartley. J. Burling-
ham, Chas. Roe, Willis Goff. H.
J. Goff. Chas. Buckhanan and
Mi** Minnie Myers. Refresh-
1 m e n u w e re se rv e d .
E»1 W illiam s
J. W. B u ck ley
WILLIAMS & BUCKLEY
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rough and Dressed
w » »r* »bl* to supply - y .r y th in g n r c * ,u r y fo r th*
ro m p M * run» tru e trim a t houa*. b a m or »tm l.
Price» and Climate» Furnished
Phone Gales 453,
Gales Creek, Oregon