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FOREST GROVE PRESS
FO R E S T GROVE
NATIONAL BAN K
JOHN E. BAILEY -
V ice P kes .
W. w . McKLDOWNEY - C ashier
Church locals and Notices
NEW AND SECOND
HOME BAKING CO.
Finest of Bread and Pastry Baked
W e sell 6 loaves of B read for 25 cents
Free delivery to all parts of the city
F orest G rove
With the Folks
LOW ROUND TRIP FARES
"‘T he E xposition L ine 1 9 1 5 ”
between all points on the S. P. Lines in Oregon north and south
including branches, also on the C. & E., P. It. ■& N., S. F. C. &
W. and P. E. & F.
J. N. i i .Lilian
Dr. D. W. W ard
Dr. E. B. B rookbank
Physicians and Surgeons
EQTTITY AND PROBATE ONLY
The Auction House
Pacific A venue,
A llcmey- al-La’v
H. E. PERRIN, a sst . C a sh ier
T. G. TODD
J. W . FUQUA -
O. M. Sanford
Only Roll of Honor Bank in Washington County
C A PITA L - $25,000.00
SU R PLU S - $35,000.00
COM 1ERC1AL AND SAVINGS AC< <
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1913
November 26 th and 27 th
FINAL RETURN LIMIT DECEMBER 1st
Superior Train Service, Observation Cars, Dining Cars and Big,
Wide All-Steel Coaches
(’.dl on nearest agent for specific fares, train schedules, etc.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
Absolutely Safe and Reliable
Hie Bankers & Merchants Mutual Fire Association
O f Foreat Grove, O regon
Conducted on Economic and Business Principles. The Home
Company That Has Made Good. Insure Youi
Business or Dwelling in The
Bankers fit Merchants
(F o r a ll c h u rc h d s w ho hold r e g u la r s e rv ic e s in th is
c ity . T h e p r o p e r a u th o r itie s a r e re q u e s te d to
sen d in th e ir a n n o u n c e m e n t e a rly e a c h w eek .)
S eventh D ay A dv en tist :— Third
Street. Regular services Sabbath day:
10:30 a M., Sabbath school; 11:30 a . m .,
church services. Missionary meeting,
Sunday evening, 7:30 P. M. Prayermeet-
mg, Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m . A
cordial invitation extended to all.
F irst C ongregational :— Rev. D. T.
Thomas, pastor. Bible School, 9:45 A.
M.; Morning worship, 11 a . m . ; Junior
C. E., 3 P. M.; Intermediate C. F. and
Y.P.S.C.E., 6:30 P. m .; Evening service,
7:30 P. m . Thursday, midweek prayer
meeting. Visitors are heartily welcome.
F irst M ethodist :— Dr. R. E. Dun
lap, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 A. m .,
Miss Mary Corl,superintendent; Preach
ing service, 11 a . M.; Epworth League,
6:30 P. M.; Evening preaching service,
7:30 P. M.; Prayermeeting, Thursday
evening. All are cordially invited to
F irst C hristian C hurch ¡ — First
and Third streets, J. B. Holmes, pastor.
Sunday School, 10 a . m ., J. A. Parker,
superintendent; Communion and preach
ing at 11 A. M.; Christian Endeavor, 7
p. M., Kennard Dixon, president; Even
ing sermon at7:30p. M. Weekday serv
ices: Officers’ and teachers’ meeting
on Tuesday evening, 8 P. M. ; Chorus
drill, Mr. George Jackson leader, each
Thursday evening; Prayer service
each Thursday evening. The ladles of
the church meet each Wednesday after
noon at 2:30. The C. W. B. M. meets
the first Tuesday afternoon of each
month. The board of officers meet on
the first Monday evening of each
month. A cordial invitation is extended
to all to share in these services.
S t . A nthony ’ s C hurch :— Rev. J. R.
Buck, pastor. The following are the
Forest Grove Mass on the first and
' fourth Sunuays of the month at 8:30 A.
M.; Mass on the second and third Sun
days of the month at 10:30 A. m . ; every
week day at 8 A. m . Benediction with
sermon every Sunday, 7 :30 P. M.
Cornelius Mass on the first Sunday
of the month at 10:30 A. m .; Mas3 on
the second and third Sundays of the
month at 8 A. M.
Gaston Mass on the fourth Sunday
of the month at 10:30 a . m .
N ote — A fifth Sunday in the month
occurring, the time and place for the
masses will be announced.
Catechism: In Forest Grove on Fri
day at 3 P. M.; in Cornelius on Satur
day at 4 P. M.
Oj/i-e Hoffman Bldg. Pacific Ave.
journey then resumed. The
22 First Ave. No-th
meeting at Fir Grove was a pre Ind. Phone 502
Phone: Office 40x
paratory service to the series of
Forest Grove, Ore.
evangelistic meetings being con M ark B. Bump
ducted there this week by Rev.
D R . C. E. W A L K E R
Holmes. The subject discussed
was "The Life Worth While,”
which was divided into six South of Court House
phases. President Claude Hutch
ens spoke of "The Object of the j
Treatment by Special Appoint*
Rant Dunsmoor of ‘‘The Hollis & G raham
Pleasures;” Alva Patton of ‘The
Efficiency;” Kennard Dixon of |
"Our Duty to Man;” Rex Dallas
H. W . V ollm er, M. D.
of ‘‘Our Duty to God,” and B. |
Forest G rove, O gn.
J. Simpson of ‘The Reward.” )
Physician and Surgeon
An earnest appeal was made to!
Office in Abbott Bldg.
those present for the hearty co-; E. B, Tongue,
operation with Bro. Holmes in
Forest Grove, Ogn.
his evangelistic work among them
and the boys returned feeling
that the trip had been both nleas-
ant and profitable for all.
W . Q. T ucker, M. D.
W . M. Langley & Son
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answered promptly day or night
FR A TER N A L
Phone: Office 271, Residence 283.
Forest Grove, O gn.
Dr. H. R. K auffm an
Physician & Surgeon
W . B. COON, V. S.
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(O pen to a ll orp ran izatio n s h o ld in g r e g u la r m e e t
in g s in th is city .)
H olbrook L odge N o . 30, A.
F. & A. M.—Stated communica
tions first Saturday evening of
each month. All visiting Masons
welcomed. J. W. Hughes, W.
M. ; H. C. Parker, Secretary.
O ffice on 1 st S t .
Between Pacific and 1st Ave. S.
Having bought out Dr. Feeley, Vet
erinarian, I wish to notify the public
that I am prepared to answer all calls,
day or night.
Phone Main 95
F orest G rove , O re
F o r e s t G ro v e N a t ’l B an k B u ild in g
P h o n e M ain 0131
Forest Grove, Ore.
R. M. Erwin, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Tamiesie Bi ilding
3d and Main Sts.
J. O. Robb, M. B. Tor.
J a m e s B. M a t h e w s , Post No.
Physician and Surgeon
6, G. A. R.—Meets first and Phone City 384
third Wednesdays at 1:30 p. m. Rooms 4 and 5, Schulmerich Bldg.
S. T. L inklater, M. B., C. M.
in K. of P. hall. Chas. Knapp.
Adjutant; Patrick Cronin, Com
Physician and Surghon
DR. G ER TR U D E PH ILLIPS
W oman ’ s R elief C orps N o .
11. — Meets second and fourth
Office Nixon Bldg., Main St. £ ,m er H Smith, M D D Q.
Thursdays at 2 p. m. in K. of P.
hall. Louise Butler, President; Phones
Sophia Smith, Secretary.
Office 801 Mon.,Wed.,Friday,5 to 9 p.m
Res. 0 2 6 2
Tues.,Thurs.,Sat., 1 to 5 p.m
D elphos L odge N o . 36, K. of
P.—Meets every Thursday even
ing in K. of P. hall. W. C.
Shuts, C. C . ; J. S. Buxton, K. of
R. and S.
Confession: Saturday at 4 and 7 P. m .
Altar Society: A general meetieg of
the society will be held on the first
Wednesday of January, April, July and
October. Sermons are always in Eng
lish at both masses on every Sunday.
W ashington L odge N o . 48, I.
Everyone, regardless of creed, is cor
0 . 0 . F. — Meets Monday even
dially invited to all services.
ing of each week. J. H. Shear
er, Noble Grand; R. M. Taylor,
THIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
Calls answered day or night.
Hillsboro National Bank Bldg.
W . P. DYKE
N E W YO R K A N D
C H IC AG O
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
National Rank Bldg.
,For those who may not know |
will say that Laurelwood is a lit- .
tie village nestled in the hills ' ^’ 9;,
Meets first, third
about three miles Southeast of an<*
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Gaston, Oregon, and is the seat mon^ ,n L 0. O. F. Hall Flor-
of the academy of same name.
!r!?ce ^ e171 P e»?ni,
The people of this pleasant Margaret I. Mallory, Secretary.
Tinning and Plum bing,
borough were served with a boun-
R o se w o o d C a m p No. 3835-
tcous mental teast last Sabbath i? M o f a meets everv first
S h e e t M e ta l W o r k
and Sunday in the form of an in-Jand third Fridays, a f s p. m. i
and R epair Shop.
stitute for the advancement of Mrs Dora Emmerson Oracle,
the church, Sabbath school, and
Marie Patton, Vice-oracle,
Young Peoples’ Missionary Vol Mrs. Winnifred Aldrich,Recorder
The menu composed of rich pa Sewing machine extras and
North 1st Avenue, b?tween Ma n
pers ann talks which were pala needles for any machine made,
table to the minds appetite and for sale at Staehr’s Bazaar.
V .’.V V .V A V .V .V .V .V .V .V , and “ A” Street. -;- Phone 863
nourishing to the soul’s needs.
The two leading papers on Sab
bath School and Young Peoples
Society work were by Mrs. Helen
RUGS LINOLEUM SHADES
| C. Conard, a teacher for years in
the Walla Walla College.
The speakers and those in
charge of the departments pres
ent from a broad were. Prof. B.
L. Howe and Miss Rosamond
Special Inlaid Linoleum at 90c per yard
Ginthre, Secretaries respectively
of the Educational work, and
Sabbath School and Young Peo
ples Society departments, of
“The Western Oregon Confer
ence of Seventh Day Adventists”
and Elder H. \Y. Cottrell Presi
dent of the Conferenc., all of
Portland, and Eld. W. F. Martin
of College Place. Wash., a cham
pion for the cause of civil and
WEITZEL & LACHAM
BARBER SH O P
Geo. G. Paterson
Disregarding the weather man’s
threatening displavof seasonable
weather, the Flying Squadron of
I the County C. E. Union, six
strong, left Forest Grove last
j Sunday afternoon, destined ti
Fir Grove. A stop was made at
Banks, where the splendid hospi
tality and generous feast of goo«(
things provided by Sister the
Smith and .family, were greatly
enjoyed, and warmed up thi
boys, both inside and out
A brief visit was made to th»
Epworth League meeting and the
Pianos for Rent or Sold on Easy Payments
W A LL PA PER
V A RN ISH
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