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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 26. 1912.
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W . O. W agner & Sons
Forest Grove, Oregon
Main Street Garage
Auto Repairing, Vulcanizing and
General Machine Work. Storage
Phone Main 62X
W . A . C H A L M E R S,
Main Street, Forest Grove.
Ready for business
New Lumber Company
All kinds o f 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-
Willis-Place Lumber Co.
. Phone 0 1 X
South A Street
Forest Grove, Or.
S T A R
T H E A T R E
Motion Picture Exhibition
The Best Pictures Obtainable
Every Film A Winner
Drama, Comedy, Laughter and Pathos
B revities §
Wm. Haynie and family o f the
Thatcher district, were shopping
in the Grove Monday.
Hartrampf’ s Feed Mill has
just installed a grain cleaner for
cleaning seed grain.
Several items of local news o f
interest will be found in the W
C. T. U. department.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jay, of
Portland, were Christmas guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. A. Brown was seen upon
Brown formerly conducted a
livery business here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shively
and little daughter were Christ
mas guests at the home o f Mrs.
Shiveley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fruit trees and all kinds, of
The above photograph shows that place to Plymouth, Iowa,
nursery stock for sale. Reliable Rev. Samuel Upton, pastor of where he remained for three
stock at the right prices.
For the Free Methodist church of yeaf-s, and was then transferred
est Grove Green House, 4th this city, and his family. Rev. to Minneapolis, from which place
street and 5th avenue south. Mr. Upton was born in Southern
he came to his present charge in
8tf Illinois in 1870, uniting with the the spring o f the present year.
The advertisements appearing Free Methodist church in 1887, Mr. Upton spent three years in
in this paper are worth your and entering the ministry in preparatory work at Evansville,
attention. Merchants and busi- 1906, his first charge being at Wis., and one and one-half years
! ness men use our columns be Riceville, Iowa, where he was in the college at Greenville, Ills.
cause they know they can reach located for two years, going from Previous to his entering the
Charley Miller, the local nim-
Miss Leata Newton visited with
Mr. and Mrs. J. Buckley and
rod and fisherman, has returned relatives and friends at Kelso, son spent Christmas with friends
1 from a sojourn in the coast coun Wash, this week.
try. Chas. reports a good time
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Misz and
Buy your coal of Danser Bros.
and lots o f fish.
Bring in a
son Donald, are spending the A new carload just arrived.
string next time, Chas.
week with relatives in Can by, $7.50 per ton. Phone 0116. 8-tf
J. L. Fitch returned to this Oregon.
Mrs. Olmsted and children, of
city Thursday from a prospect
city, are spending the week
ing trip through Tillamook and
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, of
Coos counties. Mr. Fitch was
several weeks on his trip and re
ports conditions in the coast Taylor, o f this city.
Miss Edna Mills and brother
communities as excellent.
The J. G. Morris pool hall on Arthur, students at O. A. C., are
A handsomely finished and Pacific avenue is once more open spending the holiday vacation
well equipped school buildidg has for business with a full line of with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
just been completed at Lyda, cigars, confectionery and soft E. G. Mills, of this city.
above Gales City and about 10 drinks. We solicit a return of
Mrs. L. Shogren o f this city,
miles from Forest Grove. The our customers.
celebrated Christmas day with a
building contains one large room
No trace has yet been found family reunion. Those present
sufficient to care for the needs of o f J. G. Morris, who disappear were Mr. and Mrs. A. Olsen, of
the district for some time to ed from this city about three Portland; Mrs. J. Reeves and
weeks ago. All his old haunts Frank Shogren, of Hillsboro; Mr.
M. S. Taunton is the possessor have been searched and a num and Mrs. Oscar Shogren and
o f a large sized agate, which he ber o f former friends questioned, family, o f Cornelius; Mrs. E.
picked up at Newport, and but no clue to his whereabouts Quick and daughters Irma and
which contains an almost perfect can be discovered.
Gladys, of this city.
reproduction of a Venician scene
by moonlight. The dome o f the
Palace o f the Doges is plainly
visible, rising above a network
In Offering Felicitations
o f canals, upon which several
gondolas are floating about.
Perhaps this number of the
Press is not up to the standard,
but the Christmas holiday com
ing on Wednesday, and believ
ing in play as well as work, the
entire force were granted an op
portunity to celebrate without
the worry o f work.
things are coming, and we have
many excellent features in store
for our readers.
Beware o f strangers taking
subscriptions for magazines; you
may never see magazines, money
or stranger again. Give us your
subscriptions, we will meet any
prices o f any reliable firm.
deal direct with the publishers
and are in a position to give you
the lowest possible prices, single
or clubbing rates.
thought o f a subscription to a
magazine for Xmas?
Forest Grove Pharmacy.
ministry he was engaged alter
nately in farming and school
In March, 1896, he
was married to Miss Clara
Heavisides, at Hempton, Ills.
Mrs. Upton is a graduate o f the
Greenville college Art Depart
ment. She has been a success
ful instructor of the young, and
always taken an active part in
the work of the church.
Alfalfa hay, the best o f feed.
Delivered any place in town.
Hartrampf Feed Mill.
A fumily reunion was held at
Green Gables, the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman, Christ
A beautiful tree
decorated the spacious parlors,
and many handsome and useful
gifts were distributed.
Every School elector interest
ed in the welfare of the school
children of Forest Grove is
urgently requested to be present
at the School meeting to be held
at the Central Building Monday
afternoon December 30th at 2
The matter o f the
school levy for the coming year
and also the necessity o f a new
building will be considered. Do
not fail to be present. Forest
Grove’ s neighbors are making
great improvements in their
school plants and equipment.
We cannot afford to lag behind.
A Happy and Prospérons New Year
W e would remind you that everything needed
for the proper celebration of New Year’s day,
and to meet your needs for every day of 1913
can be had at
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