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FORES r GROVE PRESS
THURSDAY, JANUARY 8. 1914
PR O FESSIO N A L AND
J. A .
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Whether you are old or young.
Most people claim they have
good eyes when as a matter of
fact they never had the range
of vision they should have.
My prices are low and I make
no charge for consultation.
H e has a S p ecial O iler
for th e purpose.
H e carries a full lin e of
D rivin g G love« and both
H ea v y and Light H arn ess
P arker G u aran tees H is
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Get the benefit of
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Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove, Oregon.
J e w e lr y S to r e
1 will be at
Phones: Shop, 742; House, 831
F o rest G rove, O re.,
FR ESH C O W S
For S a le
W M . A.
We have just received another
car load of choice fresh cows.
We invite you to inspect them.
Phones 0198, apd 020X
E ye-S igh t S p ecialist
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Annual Meeting—On Tueseay
evening more than two hundred
people sat down to the Roll Call
Supper, at the Congregational
church. It being the annual
meeting of the church, reports
were given from the various de
partments and showed good
work for the year. The election
of officers resulted in the election
of the following persons:deacons,
Doctor Cole and R. C. Hill; Dea-
conness, Mrs. Pringle; Trustees,
Mrs. Seymore, A. E. Scott,
Doctor A. M. Bean; Clerk, Doctor
J. S. Bishop; treasurer, Richard
Abraham; member of prudential
committee, W. B. Potum; Sup
erintendents, Richard Abraham
and Mrs. A. M. Bean; Bible
School comittee, Helen Bolderic,
Mrs. M. A. House.
A iiorm y-at-LaV
EQ U ITY AND PR O B A TE ONLY
Office Hoffman Bldg. Pacific Ave.
Ind. Phone 502
F o re st Grove
Only Roll of Honor Bank in Washington C ounty
C A P IT A L
D E P O SIT S
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COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.
E. F E R R IN , a s s t . C a s h i e r
T. G. TO D D
- D ir e c t o r
J . W .F U Q U A
D ir e c t o r
TH O R N B U R G H
P r e s id e n t
JO H N E. B A ILEY -
V ic e P h e s .
W. W . M cELDO W NK Y - C a s h i e r
B oth Phones
L a w ye rs
J. M. Sherwood, of Portland, !
was in this city Tuesday.
F orest G rove, O gn.
Miss Grace Baker, of Portland,
Rev. D. T. Thomas of the visited the latter part of the
Congregational church will speak week with friends in this city. | W . B. C O O N , V . S.
next Sunday mornding upon “The
O f f i c e o n 1 s t S t .
'® « m \ w .v v A v .v ;v .'.v .
light of life” and in the evening
B etw een Pacific and 1st Ave. S.
his subject will be “The Young
H aving bought out Dr. Feeley, V et
erinarian, I wish to notify the public
th a t I am prepared to answ er all calls,
day or night.
Christian Church Ejects Officers
t. Phone M a i n 9 5 F o r e s t G r o v e , O r e
At the watch meeting held at st
W . V . 'A V . V . V . V V . V i V A ’A V v ;
the Christian Church, reports of
Dr. C. E. G eiger,
COpen to all organizations holding re g u la r m eet- |
various committees were read ings
in th is city.)
Homeopathist and Surgeon
and the following officers were |
elected: Sunday School, Bert
H olbrook L odge N o . 30, A. | Office a t R esidence, 1st avenue, b e
Simpson, Supt.; J. A. Parker, F. & A. M. — Stated communica- j
tw een 1st and 2nd stre e ts .
Claud Davis and Ethel Buxton tions first Saturday evening of Medicine by Parcel P ost to any p a rt o f
th e country.
Assistant Supt; Leta Newton, I each month. All visiting Masons j
Secretary; Charles Buhman, j welcomed. J. W. Hughes, W. ,
Treasurer. The new church M. ; H, C. Parker, Secretary.
J. O. R obb, M. B. Tor.
officers are: Mrs. Mrs. Joseph i
Fairchilds, clerk; Mrs. John! J ames B. M athews , Post No.
Physician and Surgeon
Williams, Treasurer; Messrs. I 6, G. A. R.—Meets first and
Jackson, Waldron and Lipshet, I third Wednesdays at 1:30 p. m. Phone C ity 384
deacons; Simpson Parker and in K. of P. hall. Chas. Knapp, Rooms 4 and 5, Schulm erich Bldg.
Adjutant; Patrick Cronin, Com
r FR A DIRECTORY
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F orest G rove
N orth M ain St.
F o rest Grove, Ogn.
W . Q . T u ck er, M. D .
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answ ered prom ptly day or night
Phone: Office 271, R esidence 288.
Dr. H. R. K au ffm an
Physician & Surgeon
Office: F o rest Grove N a t'l Bank Building:
Phone Main 0131
Forest Grove, Ore.
R. M. Erw in, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
T am iesie B iilding
3d and Main Sts.
E lm er H . Sm ith, M. D ., D. O.
Calls answ ered day or night.
H illsboro N ational B ank Bldg.
DR. G E R T R U D E PH IL L IPS
Church Locals and Notices
W o m a n ’ s R e l i e f
(F or all churches who hold regu a r services in this
city. The proper au th o ritie s a re requested to
send in th e ir announcem ent early each w eek.)
22 F irs t Ave. N o-th
Omer Moore, of Forest Grove,
P hone: Office 40x
R esidence 402
visited with friends in Portland
Forest Grove, Ore.
' »ollis & G raham
C. Shepherd, of Woodland,
D R . C .E . W A L K E R
was a Forest Grove visitor last
F orest G rove, O gn .
J. M. Hiatt, of the Oak Hill |
section, made a business trip to
Forest 0 rove Tuesday.
Treatment by Special Appoint»
E. B. T o n g u e,
Guy Erickson, of Oregon City. 1
made a business trip to this city
D istric t A tto rn ey .
H . W . V ollm er, M. D.
Sam Poole, of Portland, has I
Physician and Surgeon
been visiting his aunt, Mrs. M.
E. Dilley, in Forest Grove, this W . M. L an gley & S on
Office in A bbott Bldg.
Dr. D. W . W ard
Dr. E. B. B rookb ank
Physicians and Surgeons
N o .
11. — Meets second and fourth
Thursdays at 2 p. m. in K. of P.
hall. Louise Butler, President;
Sophia Smith, Secretary.
Office Nixon Bldg., Main St.
W . P. D Y K E
S ev enth D ay A d v e n t is t :—T hird
F orest G rove
Office 801 M on.,W ed.,Friday,5 to 9 p.m F o re s t G rove
S tre e t. R egular services S abbath day;
Tues.,Thurs.,Sat., 1 to 5 p.m N atio n al H a n k Bldg.
10:00 A M., S ab b ath school; 11:15 A. M .,
D elphos L odge N o . 36, K. of
church services. M issionary m eeting,
Sunday evening, 7:30 P. M. P ray erm eet P.—Meets every Thursday even
ing, W ednesday evening, 7:30 P. M. A ing in K. of P. hall, W. C.
cordial invitation extended to all.
F irst C ongregational : Rev. D. T. Shuts, C. C.; J. S. Buxton, K. of
Thom as, p asto r. Bible School, 9:45 A. R. and S.
M.; M orning w orship, 11 a . m .; Ju n io r
C. E ., 3 p M.; In te rm e d iate C. F . and
W ashington L odge N o . 48, I.
Y .F .S .C .E ., 6:30 p. M.; E vening service,
T in n in g and P lum bin g,
7:30 P. m . T hursday, m idweek prayer- 0 . 0 . F .—Meets Monday even
m eeting. V isitors are h eartily welcome. ing of each week. J. H. Shear
F irst M ethodist :— D r R. E. D un
S h e e t M e ta l W o r k
lap, pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a . m ., er, Noble Grand; R. M. Taylor, I !
M iss Mary C orl,su p erintendent; P reach j Secretary.
and R epair Shop.
ing service. 11 A. m .; E pw orth L eague,
6:30 P. M.; E vening preaching service,
F orest R ebekah L odgh N o .
7:30 P. m . ; P ray erm eeting, T hursday
evening. All are cordially inviled to 44, I. O. 0. F. —Meets first, third
and fifth Wednesdays of each
F irst C hristian C hurch : - F irs t month in I. O. O. F. Hall. Flor
North 1st Avenue, between Main
and Third stre e ts , J . B. Holmes, p asto r.
S unday School, 10 A. m ., J . A. P ark er, ence Templeton, Noble Grand; ¡ | ■.’.•.V
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su p erin ten d e n t; Communion and preach Margaret I. Mallory, Secretary.
ing a t 11 a . M,; C hristian E ndeavor, 7
p. M ., K ennard Dixon, president; E ven
H. B. G L A I S Y E R , C. E.
R osewood C amp N o . 3835—
ing serm on a t 7:30 P. M. W eekday se rv
ices: O fficers’ and te a c h e rs’ m eeting R. N. of A. meets every first
Deputy County Surveyor
on T uesday evening, 8 p. m . ; Chorus and third Fridays, at 8. p. m.
All Kinds of Surveying and Mapping, Subdivisions a Specialty
drill, Mr. G eorge Jackson leader, each
Office: 206 F irs t N at. B ank Bldg. Phone 806. R es. Phone 46X.
T hursday evening; P ray er
service Mrs. Dora Emmerson Oracle,
each T hursday evening. The ladies of
F O R E S T G RO VE
the church m eet each W ednesday a f t e r Mrs.Winnifred Aldrich,Recorder
noon a t 2:30. The C. W'. B. M. m eets
th e first Tuesday afternoon o f each
m onth. The i«>ard of officers m eet on
th e first Monday evening o f eaeh
F U R N IT U R E C A R P E T S R U G S L IN O L E U M S H A D E S
month. A cordial invitation is extended
t<r all to sh are in th ese se ’vices.
S t . A nthony ' s C hurch : Rev. J . R.
Buck, p asto r. The following are the
F o re st Grove Mass on the first and
fo u rth Sunuays o f the month a t 8:30 A.
M.; Mass on th e second and th ird S un
L in o le u m a t
days o f the m onth a t 10:80 a . m .; every
week day a t 8 A. M. Benediction w ith
serm on every Sunday, 7:30 P. m .
Cornelius Mass on the first Sunday
o f the m onth a t 10:30 A. M .; Mass o n
th e second and ti.ird Sundays of th e
m onth a t 8 A. M.
G aston Mass on th e fo u rth Sunday
o f the m onth a t 10:30 a . m .
N ote A fifth Sunday in the m onth
occurring, the tim e and place fo r the
m asses will be announced.
C atechism : In F o rest Grove on F r i
day a t 3 P. M.; in Cornelius on S a tu r
day a t 4 p. M.
C onfession: S aturday a t 4 and 7 P. M.
A lta r Society: A general m eetieg of
th e society will he held on th e first
W ednesday of J a n u a r \. April. Ju ly and
O ctober. Serm ons a re alw ays in E n g
lish a t both m osses on every Sunday.
E veryone, regardless of creed, is cor
dially invited to all services.
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Th e Auction House
SEC O N D
P h o n e 721
O . M . S a n fo r d
P r o p r ie to r
HOME BAKING CO.
Finest of Bread and Pastry Baked
W e sell 6 lo a v es o f B read for 2 5 cen ts
F ree delivery to «11 p a rts of th e city
P acific A v e n u e,
F o rest G rove
Absolutely Safe and Reliable
The Bankers & Merchants Mutual Fire Association
O f F orest G rove, O regon
Conducted on Economic and Business I ’rinciples. The Home
Company That Has Made Good. Insure You»
Business or Dwelling in T he
Bankers & Merchants
W. H. Jenson, of Portland,
was in this city Monday.
W. W. Donaldson, of Portland,
visited in this city Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. May and
little son left for their home in
Palmer, after a two weeks’ visit
with relatives in Forest Grove.
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