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FOREST GROVE PRESS
CHRISTMAS IS COMING
Hillsboro Rink Visited—About
I twenty o f the students who spent
their Thanksgiving vacation in
! Forest Grove went to Hillsboro
Saturday evening on the six
■ o’ clock car and visited the Hills
boro skating rink. In the ab
sence o f the orchestra whistling
and singing provided a variety
o f rhythm and melody and all to
soon came the hour for the car
Mr. and Mrs. Haskel
Ferrin and Mrs. Spillman chape
roned the crowd.
Candy P arty— Miss Irene Rob
inson entertained a number of
friends at a “ Candy Party” in
honor o f Miss Miriam Corl of
Corvallis last Friday evening. A
delightful time was enjoyed bv
all. Thgse present were the
Misses Miriam Corl.
Stokes, Gertrude Hinman, Clara
Crawford, Grace Gibson, Mary
Olmstead, Helen Phillips, Ruth
Patton. Evelyn Patton and Cam
High School W ill Give P lay—■
The Junior class is preparng to
give a class play and are electing
their officers. The play, “ When
a Man’s Single” is one o f the
most successful plays of the sea
son. It is in three acts and will
be given about the first o f Feb.
Quit Uncle Sam for Bank Jol
—Earle Buxton, assistant post
master, has been elected assist
ant cashier o f the First National
Bank by the board o f directors.
He will begin his duties January
1. There are several parties in
town that intend to take the civil
service examination and try for
the postoffice job.
T H U R S D A Y, DECEMBER 4, 1913
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j Don’t wait until all the seats
Miss Winnifred Mangold un-
W ood W a n t e d — T he P r ess are sold for the Alpha Zeta Min-
cerwent an operation last week
desires to secure several cords o f s,re's- Get them row. Tickets
to have her tonsils removed.
atch P R E S S advertisements and do
both Oak and Fir wood to apply on sale at the Book Store, Satur
subscription, advertising, or day, December6. Reserved seats,
The Brotherhood o f the M. E.
50 cents. General admission, 35
Church met in the church parlors job work.
Your Shopping Early.
Tuesday evening. A short pro
gram was given and light refresh Wanted to lease rauch o f 40 acres
or more. Good reference. Di
ments served. All men are cor
rect C. E. Stevens, care o f -uiaooQ ‘lunq s(qpmg p? a|jjBD
dially invited to attend these
Herbsman P l e a s e » —J. C.
Lewis Gorde Star Route Gales jo 3| bs uoijoub aq; ;a3.ioj j ( uoq
Herbsman, the monologist, gave meetings the first Tuesday even
ing o f each month.
the third number o f the lyceum
New shipment o f ladies and
Mrs. Brookbank and son left Wanted— woman or girl to work
course to a large and well pleased
silk hosiery, just received
audience at the college last night. for Seattle Wednesday morning
by the hour. Inquire this office
at The Peoples Store Hillsboro.
Herbsman gave crisp stories, to spend the Holidays
Riley and Kipling poems, a scene friends and relatives.
Coroner Barrett Moves to
Purdy’s store carries guaran
Eats Apples From Trees H e
W. E. Sherbrooke who is thrice
and a screaming little monodrama
Planted as Boy —Charles Bryant, Beaverton—Dr. Ira Barrett, the o f a struggling N ew York poet blest in officialdom, being mayor, F or R e n t — Furnished rooms, cor teed rubber boots.
ner o f Pacific Avenue and B
aged 86 years, has just returned j county coroner, has moved from covered eye deep with bills and recorder and water commissioner
to Oregon from a visit to his old his home in Hillsboro to Beaver-
assortment o f
then finally rewarded with a the past few days was bitten by
men’s straw hats ever showed in
home in N ew York state, and i ton, where he will be associated
has been visiting for a few days I with Dr. F. M. Robinson. Dr.
F or R e n t — 4 room house at Hillsboro, from $1 to $3 Peoples
ber on the course will be the reading meters; as acting mayor
with his son, H. D. Bryant, at \ Robinson has had failing health
$4.00 per month. Phone 0185- Store Hillsboro.
Rose Maidens, with special Port
While in his native \ for some time. Dr. Barnett will
the owner o f the poodle and the Ed. Naylor.
land soloists, January 21.
Monmouth butter is best; 80c
state he ate apples off the trees j fake up his outside practice,
case was heard before himself as
at Purdy’s store.
“ The Judgement Day, The recorder. The owner was fined
For Sale or Trade
he planted when a boy, and they \ Visits Grandson Mr. and Mrs.
Hope” is the unique
sub- $5.00—Cornelius Items,
were just as fine as ever. The ! H. C. James, o f Hillsboro, were World’s
Auction sale o f high grade,
A fine line o f sweaters at
trees had grown to about a fo o t! here Sunday, the guests o f their ject o f 0. H. Joy’ s talk next Sun-1
Holstine cattle, at Smith’s barn, Purdy’s.
in diameter. Mr. Bryant brought little ten pound grandson, Harve
•o m eo f the fruit with him for Baldwin, Junior. Grandpa James Jov insists that the Bible so are receiving congratulations on
The largest and most complete
his friends in Oregon. He came thought that the little candy man teaches, and the judgement day the arrival o f an eight pound girl
A lfa lfa hay for sale, choice stock o f DRESSERS to be found
west in 1853 by ox team and has | was the sweetest ever, as the
third cutting just received. W. in Washington County are at
w. H. Danser has bought back F,
lived on his farm at Bryant Sta- j college girls say, and Mr. and love in no other way. Admission
15tf Roe & Co.’s, the pioneer furni
tion, near Oswego, ever since. Mrs. Baldwin say dad’s judgment is frBe and no collection is taken, the local greenhouse from Fred
He is well and hearty and has a ( is always right,
F or S a l e - A cash register, a
sister, whom he visited in New
Purdy pays cash for eggs and
large coffee perculator, and a
York, 91 years old.
cigar case, inquire at Press office.
Dallas Man Visits C ity—That
Tlunkidori” shoes at
Forest Grove has gone much
F or S a l e or T r a d e : Stump Purdv’ s.
forward is the opinion o f Joseph
puller in good condition and
Crowther, o f Dallas, who, with
suitable for heavy work.
Complete your home with one
his wife, was here Sunday to;
sell cheap for cash or take cow, o f Roe & Co.’ s dining tables.
visit his mother, Grandma Crow-1
young cattle, or calves, or pigs
ther, on A Street. He thought
B. F. Purdy has C LE AN ,
in trade or might consider a
the new First National Bank
light wagon if in good condition. FRESH groceries.
building especially beautiful.
C. A. Hoyt, Gales Creek
Fundamental Music Training
Back From Ellensburg —The
classes, as taught by Mrs.
first part o f the week W. J. I
P. International gas engine. Mary Cahill-Moore in Portland.
Good returned from a short visit
Hartrarriph Feed Store.
19t2 Mrs. E. E. Williams.
Citizens and Friends, Greeting:
with his old friend and partner,
We believe this has been for you a prosperous year, and we
W J. McDonald, at Ellensburg, j
White River flour at Purdy’ s
Washington, Mac and son are
F or S a l e — Fine full-blooded
Jersey bull, nir.e months old. A
runni«.^ a general merchandise
ors, in fact, it has increased to such an extent that it was impera
store at Thorp, but they make
bargain. Phone 107, Foiest Grove
Wunderhose at Purdy’ s.
tive to provide larger and better quarters for the accomodation o f
their home at Ellensburg. Thorp
our customers. Having this in mind, they ordered the construction
is a little town o f about three
The Peoples Store is receving
of a modern three-story building, the third story for living rooms,
hundred people, and it is there
up to date goods daily.
the second for offices, and the lower floor for banking room, which
that the Great Northern Railroad : k
12i A cres for S ale — One mile Dont forget to see the many
is a model o f beauty. A full basement is placed under the building.
owns a thirty-acre artificial lake ! J
north o f Forest Grove, all in bargains at the Peoples Store
Having a desire to put in the best possible vaults for the ac
from which they cut ice for re
Address H. W. Hillsboro.
comodation o f the coin and safety deposit boxes, the vaults were
Scott, Gaston, Oregon.
built from the basement up, and we are informed they are among
The Book Store will have a great
Bought Lawsuit—R. S. Drag-
the best in the state. They are built o f reinforced concrete from
Commercial and Miscellaneous.
reduction sale on all toys for
goo is back in the citv. A while I
twenty to twenty-four inches in thickness, with forty-five pound
the next ten days. We want
back he bought a rooming house ■
steel rails placed four inches apart, standing upright clear around
Get your reserved seats early
room for other holiday goods
in Portland, paying $700 th ere-! $
the vaults, except the openings for the doors. The floors and ceil
for the Alpha Zeta Minstrel
for this time will mark all
for or he says he thought he |
ing are made in the same way. O f the two vault doors our direct
Show. Tickets on sale at the
toys down to astonishingly low
bought one, but instead got a
ors are justly proud. They have just arrived from Hamilton, Ohio.
look Store, beginning Saturday,
prices. Now is the time to buy
was several J*
Our burglar proof safe will be placed in the coin vault, and as
hundred dollars against the house j »J
the bank always carries burglary insurance, it is fully protected
when he took it, contrary to an | !•!
Xma* Shopping Begun at Bazaar
against robbery or burglary either night or day, thus thoroughly
understanding, and he is now \ §
, | ,,
S o c ie t y stationery of correct
protecting the bank and its depositors.
It doesn t look reasonable that style and neat appearence may
trying to get his money back. |g
The officers and employees o f the bank each furnish to the bank
such enormous amount o f toys , be obtained from the P ress job
Mr. Draggoo came to this city a l *
an indemnity bond for a large amount, by the best bonding com
and Xmas gifts as the Bazaar i department.
couple o f months ago from Cali- *5
panies. The Board o f Directors, at their meet ng each month, ap
carries could ever be sold in a
forma by automobile, and will | -2
prove the loans, thus keeping at all times a watchful eye over the
little place like Forest Grove but
live here until the roads get ini 8
Purdy's store is not on Main
bank. They are men who are well known in this county, and we
Mr. Staehr is setting prices on Street, but it pays to walk. 16tf
condition to go back by the
believe enjoy the confidence o f the general public, and they are
i his goods that will interest any
proud o f the institution that they have largely built up.
one as he intends to make a clear-
Xhe ta|k o f the city. Almost
Bert Venen Sick in the Moun
thousand up-to-date Ladies’
five sworn statements during the year of the condition o f the bank,
tain* Word comes to this city
drawn the biggest par,, o f the an(j Qents’ Shoes just received at
from Edgewater, Washington*
Xmas trade from al over Wash- Xhe People8 Store Hillsboro. 35tf
a committee from the Board o f Directors, at least twice a year,
that Bert Venen is seriously ill,
ington and Yamhill counties.1____________________________
and must be taken to a Portland
This year besides giving a beau Wm. A. Schilling, eye sight spec
troller. All this is done for the protection o f the bank and its de
hospital for Rn operation. He
tiful doll away as usual he also
ialist o f Portland will be at
positors. We believe that the people will appreciate the efforts of
lives a couple o f miles from the
will give a $20 gold watch. With
Shearer <fe Son’s Jewelry store
railroad on a timber claim and it
every purchase o f one dollar
every Saturday from 9 A. M.
will be necessary to carry him
1 a ticket with a number is given
to 5 P. M. Dr. Schilling 19tx
We invite you to visit us in our new' quarters, which we expect
out on a stretcher. Bert is an 3
and whoever holds the lucky
old-time piano tuner and has been
numbers Xmas eve gets the
Sewing machine extras and
ception January first, afternoon and evening, —will give you the
coming to this city to work at his
19 needles for any machine,made
trade for years. He has made .*
for sale at Staehr’ s Bazaar.
Very truly yours.
this state and Washington, and **
Good rubbers at Right Prices, ■
E. W. H a in e s , President.
is known all over the Northwest.
for all kinds o f snoes at Purdv’ s
Men’s work shirts all colors
G eo . E. H a n c o c k , Cashier.
He is a brother o f A. S. Venen,
and prices at The Peoples Store
the jeweler, and formerly lived
A few hair brushes and clothes
brushes left at 25 per cent dis
A. Hedgecock has sold his ten-
Mens Cassimere, made in Ore
acre farm on the Thatcher road
count at Littler Pharmacy. 18tf gon all wool suits for only $12.50
to Bruce Parkin, of Gal« s Creek.
at Bailey’s Big Store.
Purdy’s store has the cele
The consideration was $3.500,
brated Buster Brown shoes for
and the Oregon Land Company
P ress Job Printing Satisfies
made the deal.
boys and girls.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFFICERS
ISSUE GREETING TO CITIZENS
MARSH HALL, Friday Dec. 12
Reserved Seats 50c. General Admission 35c