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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1912.
FOREST GROVE PHILHARMONIC COURSE
Dec. 16 Marsh Hall,
HOME, SWEET HOME
Buy a lot and build you a home.' Lots of
lots in various places. Take your choice.
2 lots, 50x150, near S. P. Depot.
1 lot, 100x100, on corner 5th St. and 4th Ave. South.
1 lot, 50x110, on 5th St., near corner 1st Ave. South,
by new P. E. & E. Electric line.
2 lots, 50x100, just north of Gymnasium hall.
4 lots on corner, on C Street and 1st Ave. North.
Only 3 blocks from Main St.
If you are looking for a Green-house site; I have the
best location in Forest Grove, 4 blocks west of Main St.
A few choice lots left in my addition.
8 room Salem house for sale or exchange.
No commission to pay. I sell my own proper
ties. Prices and terms on application.
CHAS. E. HALL.
Central Livery Barns
McNamer & Wirtz, Prop’rs
And Tillamook Stage Lines
H o u i e s f o r r e n t a n d f o r s a le , l i t t l e p a y m e n t s a n d i n s t a l m e n t s lik e r e n t
Own Your Own Home
Modern seven room house just seven blocks from Oregon
Electric depot. This elegant home has four bed rooms, re
ception hall, porcelain bath, fine linen closets, living and
dining rooms with openings, built in china closets, kitchen
with panterv, porcelain sink with back, electricity with fix
tures, front and rear porches, faces east, good neighborhood,
graded streets, sidewalk, good barn, one acre of deep, mel
low soil, strawberries, Loganberries, asparagus, grapes and
Price $3,000. $500 down, balance like rent.
T. J. O. Realty Co.
M o n e y t o lo a n o n a c r e a g e a n d f a rm *
S o uth P ar k G rocery
Cor. 2nd St. and 4th Ave.
ALL NEW GOODS. PRICES RIGHT.
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS
OF THE CITY.
J. F. LEISE, PropV
KENNEDY’S GRAPE JUICE
M ADE FROM THE
Best Concord Grapes
Pure and Unfermented.
Carl Iler, of Nehalem, was a
Gales city visitor one day last
Earl Bateman is the happy
owner of a new hornless phono
J. W. H. Adkins was transact
ing business in Hillsboro last
Mrs. Clarence Miller spent
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Bateman.
Miss Phreda Loving, of Forest
Grove, took Thanksgiving dinner
with the home folks.
Mrs. Bateman, of Gales Greek,
spent Thanksgiving with her
daughter Alice, of Corvallis.
We have understood there are
two petitions out for road super
visor, Robert Hayden and John
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Adkins and
family spent Thanksgiving with
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Trites, of
Miss Mae McCann, accompani
ed by Miss Ruth Galloway, of
Forest Grove, were Gales Creek
visitors last week.
The masquerade ball here last
week was a grand success. Mrs.
Robert Hayden and John B. P ar
sons took the prizes.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Parkin,
of Forest Grove, took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. John Parson,
of Gales Citv, Thanksgiving day.
James McClaren had the mis
fortune to fall and break his arm
and shoulder last week, and be
ing an old man, it puts him in a
Charley Lilly, of Portland,
who has been spending a few
days with his mother, of Gales
Grants Pass where he will visit
a few days with relatives.
Mr. LaSalle was in town on
Mr. and Mrs. Lock were in
Forest Grove Monday.
C. E. Dixon, of Gaston, visit
ed in this vicinity Tuesday.
The school enjoyed a two days
vacation, as usual at this time of
Rev. J. F. Leise, of Forest
Grove, preached at the church
Sunday evening, followed by a
short exhortation by Rev. S.
Upton, the regular speaker.
Grandma King celebrated her
eighty-first birthday at the home
of her son Ed King, of this sec
tion. A number of friends were
present and a pleasant time was
enjoyed by all.
Charley Bamford, of Hillside,
had the misfortune to fall from
a shed he was building, striking
the ground on his head and
shoulders. While much improv
ed he has not fully recovered.
E. G. Downs and family spent
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Downs’
mother, Mrs. A. L. Cannon, in
southern Oregon. Mr. Downs
brought back a sample of White
Buffalo potatoes, one of which
measured 14 inches in length by
t) inches in circumference.
Wednesday evening a basket
social was given at the school
house. The boys were request
ed to bring the baskets, which
the young ladies bought by num
ber not seeing the basket until
after purchasing. A short pro
gram was rendered by some of
the young people. Everyone en
joyed themselves immensely, and
the social was considered a suc
DAVID B1SPHAM EUGENE KUESTER, Portland.
At the piano,
Harry M. Gilbert.
of 4 Concerts
California this Winter
A ttrac tiv e
Seaside S esorts
Fam ous H otels, M agni
ficent Scenery, D elightful '
Clim ate, O utdoor S ports of all
Kinds, w ith Miles of D rives Through
O range Groves and along Ocean Boulevards.
%0 / I ogden
su N & S shasta
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H A S IN E E F E C T R O U N D T R I P F A R E S
$55.00 PORI LAND TO LOS ANGELES
E F F E C TIV E JA N U A R Y l* t, 1013
Sam e F a re s apply to Colton, P asadena, R iverside, and San Bar-
W ith corresponding Low F ares from In term ed iate
points and stop-overs going and retu rn in g and long re tu rn lim it.
Descriptive and In te re s t'n g L iteratu re on various A ttractions of the Golden S tate may be
obtained from any Southern Pacific A gent, or by w riting
John M. Scott, Gen. Pass. Agent, Portland, Oregon
We want all children under
eight years of age to be regis
tered at King & Caples before
The Xmas shopping at Staehr’s
Bazaar has now begun in good
earnest especially in the a fte r
noons, people are crowding into
the store thick and fast.
seems as if the older people have
taken the “ Bezaar Fever” as
early as the children, but this,
of course, may be on account
that Staehr’s Bazaar this year
carries a very large line of Xmas
gifts for older people as well as
for children. Anyhow the older
folks are in there in the a fte r
noon selecting their goods and
have them put away while they
have a chance to get just what
they want. 5-t
Our Work Guaranteed and
Your Patronage Solicited
J. C. WEGNER
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wall and
son Howard of Firholm, visited
First Ave., Foot Council St.
Forest Grove, Oregon
over Sunday with the Wahl
Mrs. Mathews, of Portland,
visited last week with her sister,
Mrs. C. L. Dennis. Both went
to Portland Friday for a pleasant
The remains of the infant son
of Mr. and Mrs, J. S. Hall, who
was laid to rest six years ago on
Auto Repairing, Vulcanizing and
the old Hall place, was removed
General Machine Work. Storage
Saturday to Forest View cemetry
Phone Main 62X
at Forest Grove.
Roy Matteson went to N orth
some four weeks
% GALES CREEK GLEANINGS. ago, California
returning last week with a
Joseph Lee is reported im “ bonnie bride;” some thought
Roy rather slow in th e.m atri
He has proven
Mrs. M. L. Vincent was visit them mistaken.
ing at Dilley Tuesday.
T. R. Johnston is helping Jud-
son James with his barn.
We will give 10 S. & H. Green Trading Stamps free to any one who will bring this
Mr. Cox is moving in grandpa
advertisement to us. Not good after December 10th, 1912. Only 10 free stamps
Shorb’s home for the winter.
to one person.
Ben Bateman, from upper
Gales Creek took some fat hogs
G U A R A N TEE
to the Grove Saturday.
Ernie Sargent and Miss Clap
per were doing business in the
Grove the last of the week.
Bill Williams and son Willie,
from Pea Vine Ridge, were do
O F B U F F A L O . N. Y.
ing business in the Grove on (!)
‘Datedat Forest Grove, Ore., 1912
Main Street Garage
W . A. CHALMERS,
Main Street, Forest Grove.
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New Yotk City
The Queen City Ring Mfg. Co.
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Orders called for
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diamonds, in any of our rings free of charge at any time.
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