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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1912)
FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912.
D. N. Morris is suffering from
rheumatism this week.
Round Oak Don’t
& C M I E F Let Your
L S teel Wife Fuss
any longer with a Worn
Not How Cheap o u t , poorly baking,
fuel wasting range.
flood Think of the
Fuel Savers •
Round Oak Chief
Bring her in to see it, and learn how complete
and perfect a range can be made.
W . O. Wagner & Sons
Forest Grove, Oregon
S T A R
T H E A T R E
Childrens’ toys o f all kinds at
the Forest Grove Book Store.
Christmas gifts'for all.
Don’ t use anything but Sen
eca Stock Powder, the guaran
teed stock powder, for your
horses or cattle. For sale only
by the Forest Grove Pharmacy.
For rent, 15 acres. All in
high state of cultivation, good
buildings, fine water, two thirds
mile of the Grove.
T. J. 0.
Recitals o f the Conservatory
advanced pupils will be given
in Marsh hall next Wednesday
and Thursday evenings at 8
o’ clock. Several o f the instruct
ors will also appear.
The O. K. C. Club will meet
in the Club House at the regular
hour Saturday night. The boys
who were at Eugene will lead
Rev. and Mrs. E. V. Stivers,
of McMinnville, were in the
Grove Monday, having come
down to remove Mrs. Clara G.
Essen, the mother o f Mrs, Stiv
ers, to their home in our sister
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. L. L. Hollinger Friday
afternoon at 3 o’clock.
subject to be discussed is “ Nar
cotics.” Important business is
to be discussed so every member
The Public library has recent
ly secured 10 /olumes o f Boy
Scout stories, a set of R. L.
Stevenson, a set of Kipling and
the 1912 edition o f B r y c e’s
On Monday, November 24, Dr.
Semones gave a lecture on the
care of the eyes, and on Mon
day, December 2, Dr. Todd gave
i a lecture on the care o f the
teeth, before the High School
I students. These health talks
i have been very instructive.
BIG SPECIAL T H U R S D A Y , DEC. 12
The Seage of Petersburg
Daily Change of Best Films Procurable
Ready for business
N e w Lumber Company
All kinds of Building Ma
terials, Kiln Dried Finish,
Dry Shiplap in any quan
Sash and Doors
Call and get prices. We
are here for business and
want to make your ac-
Wiliis-Place Lumber Co.
Phone 0 1 X
South A Street
Forest Grove, Or.
All kinds of Optical Goods.
Watcnes, Clocks and Jewely.
J. A . H O FFM A N
W ATCHM AKER
A N D JEW ELER
We solicit your patronage.
Reliable work at moderate prices.
Investment Realty Abstract Company
Makes Your Abstract
Offices, with Forest Grove Press, Hoffman Building.
Law Office, M. B. Bump, Hillsboro.
GUARANTEES RELIABLE SERVICE
We are here to serve your needs.
No order too small or' too large
J. DODGE, Proprietor
Stated A n n u a l Com-
munication o f Holbrook
' ▼ ' .Lodge No. 30, A. F. and
A. M. this Saturday evening,
Dec.7, 7:30 o ’clock. Important
meeting: Election of officers and
other business. All v i s i t i n g
Brothers cordially invited. By
order of the Worshipful Master.
A. B en K ori , Sec’y.
Hugh Brennan, while assist-
| ing with the blasting of stumps
' on the Cox place south o f For
est Grove last Thursday, was
badly burned about the head by
the explosion of a supposedly
dead charge. Brennan was in
vestigating a charge o f dyna-
| mite which had failed to explode,
when the blast went off, badly
injuring one eye and affecting
his hearing. The injured man
is under the care of a physician
at the Clark boarding house, in
this city. Brennan’s home is in
PUBLIC SALE DECEMBER 14
The undersigned will sell at
Public Auction Saturday, Dec.
14, at his residence, the third
house north of the Christian
church, in Forest Grove, the
one famous little team, known as
the Itustin team, 5 and 6 years
old. This team is worth its
weight in gold. One A No. 1
cow, 5 years
old, giving milk. 1 light wagon,
good as new;l hack, 1 top buggy
1 Stevens 25-20 single shot rifle.
1 set double harness, 1 heavy
single harness, 1 two-horse cul
tivator, 1 single cultivator, 1 12-
inch chilled plow, 1 potato dig
ger, 1 12x14 tent, 2 Cross cut
saws, Hand saw, Buck saws,
Forks, Axes, Hoes, Grub hoe,
Apples, Fruit and other things
to numerous to mention.
sums ten dollars and under,cash.
Over ten dollars, credit of twelve
months given. Purchaser to
give note with approved se
curity, bearing 8 per cent. Sale
starts at ten o ’ clock.
J. W H ughes , Auctioneer,
A. M. G rubbs , Owner 4-3t
Finest of Bread and Pastry Balced
sell 6 loaves of Bread for 25 cents
Free delivery to all parts o f the city
Absolutely Safe and Reliable
The Bankers & Merchants Mutual Fire Association
O f Forest Grove, Oregon
Conducted on Econom ic and Business Principles, T h e H om e
Com pany 1 Hat H as M ade G o o d .
Insure \ our
Business or Dwelling in T h e
Bankers & Merchants
A. M. Grubb Sale at
M ake most acceptable gifts for the
young lady, or even your mother
or your wife— in fact, any member
of the family would be delighted with it. Our showing consists of a number of the period
styles; also colonial and mission effects in all the favored woods.
$ 7 .5 0 up.
LADIES’ WRITING DESKS
CHILD’S DESKS A T $ 3 .50.
H ere is another very useful gift suggestion— a
beautiful Library Lamp. W e have but a very
few of these handsome lamps on hand and as a
special inducement w e offer them at $3.50. T h ey ordinarily sell at $5.0 0 .
ROCKING HORSE CHAIRS
hand, and offer them jit close figures.
For the little ones a most appro
priate and pleasure giving Christ
mas gift. W e have several on
C om e early and make your selection; from 90cts up.
RUGS, BOTH LARGE AND SMALL
A great assort
ment of large
and small rugs,
in handsome patterns and durable weave. T hese rugs are excellent X m as gifts and some
thing that will be appreciated by the housewife.
M any choice designs to select from and the
prices run from $ 1 .2 5 up.
PATERSON'S FURNITURE STORE
Forest Grove- Oregon
Doing Double Duty
Now’s the time to make one dollar do the
work of two. Nowhere else in Portland
can you find clothing bargains like these:
Moyer’s $ 1 5 .0 0 and $ 1 8 .0 0 Suits
Other stores sell like quality at $ 2 0 .
For Moyer’s Fine $ 2 0 .0 0 Suits
They cost you $ 2 5 at ordinary stores.
For A ny Boys’ $ 5 or $ 6 Suit in the Store
The most astounding offer in clothing dis
tribution to be found today anywhere.
Only at Our Store at Third and Oak
W h en you see it in our ad, it s so
o f first class fresh
C h ristm as G ifts
Motion Picture Exhibition
HOME BAKING CO.
A party of high school girls
attended a skating party in Hills
boro Thanksgiving night, and
report an enjoyable evening.
M O YER
THIRD A N D O A K