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NOVEMBER H, I92H.
THE HILLSBORO ARGUS—HILLSBORO, OREGON
son, Linn, of Watts, were guests at
Bondurant, superintendent. Preach
ing at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
the Eira Wright home Thursday.
Prayer meeting on Thursday eve
Mr. and Mrs, Walter Sears and
ning. All are welcome to these ser
daughter of Forest Grove spent
Trinity Lutheran Church
Third and Walnut Street*
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with a Hallowe'en party for the Sunday evening at the Charles Sears
Georue Reul«, Pastor
Foursquare Gospel Light House
high school children.
Divine services will be conducted
Mrs. John I.oyne- w as a guest of
(Formerly F'vtll Goaiml Tabamaela)
in English next Sunday at 10:30 a.
Fourth Street, between Baseline and Oak 1 were guests of Mrs. Robert Mott of Mrs. Lawrence Bamford of Hill Me
m. Sunday school at 9:45. “Not
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. and
forsaking the assembling of our preaching at 11 a. m. Evangelistic Gales Greek Wednesday.
LaSalle spent Sunday
selves together,” is the inspired ad service at 7:45 p. nt. The special
evening at Lou Comstock's home at
monition of the apostle, We wel- revival services are still being held
come you to worship with us. Choir at the church. These meetings are days last week.
Mr. and Mrs, Will Hanev mid
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willis and daughter, Lois, called on Walter
practice Friday, 7:30 p. m., at the open to the public. The services are
Willis Sunday evening.
being conducted by Mrs. Kathleen
Claude Morgan, at
Mr. and Sirs. Robert Mott anil
Stilton McAtee, the young Canadian and
Methodist Episcopal Church
of Gales Creek spent Sun
evangelist, who is assisted by Miss
E. B. Lockhart, Minialer
with John Loynes and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Comstock of
At the morning hour the pastor
Airs. Ted Haney and son, Everett,
Portland spent Sunday with his par
will speak on "Armistice Day.” body is welcome.
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and father. F. A. Bennett, and Mrs.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Comstock.
Harry Stone, general secretary of
Christian Science Society
Charles Shaw of McMinnville was Allan Haydon worn in Portland Sat
the Portland Y. M. C. A., who has
ul .lax .
Sunday services at 11 a. m, Sun a guest of Charles Sears Tuesday.
recently traveled through Mexico,
The Ladies' Industrial club will
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kern and
will be at the Methodist church Sun day school at 9:45.
son, Lawrence, of Portland, were meet at the home of Mrs. Comstock
day night when he will deliver an younger pupils at 11 a. nt. Wednes guests at the Charles Sears and next Wednesday for un
at 8 o'clock.
address on "Impressions of Mexico,” day evening services
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Ted Haney homes Sunday after- meeting.
telling of the religious, social, po
Howard McDonald spent Tuesday
Hillsboro Congregational Church
litical conditions of that revolution
The bible school meets at 10 a. m.
Everett Haney gave a Hallowe’en with his aunt, Mrs. Ted Haney.
Martin Herb and cousin and two
Public worship at 11 a. m. Topic party for his little friends.
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for consideration. "Sterling Value,”
Mr and Mrs. George Wilson and ^riends^^^hvenxjdle^calh^l—llLjJ!!!'
First Baptist Church
H. A. Deca preaching.
At the Churches
stores, Keller Laboratory, Meehan-
Maurice LaSalle home Sunday af I SLEEP Al l. NIGHT NOW
' Ii sburg. Ohio, <>r locally at Delta
A. C. Smith, 41 W Broad. Bethle Drug Storr.
hem, I’a.. •■»•!
Fred Haney, Lou Wright, Earth
“I will tell or write how I was
ing l.oynes and Rex Olierman at
tended the O<l<l Fellows’ lodge in relieved of getting ill» nights with
l.ithiated Bu.hu (Keller Formula».
Hillsboro last Tuesday evening.
Mr, an<l Mrs. Fred Haney and Now I get up refie lied mol (.. ling
family mid Mrs. J. M. Haney were fine." It nets on bladder ns ep»om |
salts do on bowels. Drives out for-»
in Hillsboro Saturday on business.
<ign deposits and lessens excessive
Walter mid Wilbur Wright and acidity. This relieves the irritation 31.th ■ nd Washington
Art Shontell wet‘e in Hillsboro Sul that causes getting up nights. Thai
tablets cost 2 cents each nt all ding
GEO. J. LIMBER
A SUCCESSFUL HOTEL
Assembly of God Mission
Wrtl Main Street
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., fol-
lowed by morning worship at 1 1 a.
m. Evangelistic message Sunday
evening at 7:45. Christ's Ambassa
dors meet Tuesday evening at 7:45.
Healing service Saturday evening at
All Saints Episcopal Mission
R.-v. Thomas Jenkins. Vicar
The services of worship next Sun-
day will be at 8 and 11 a. m. The
church school at 10 and Young Peo-
pie’s Fellowship at 6:30 p. m. On
Saturday night at 7:30 there
ther will be
a preparation service for the Sun
day communion. The church is open
daily for prayer.
Weils on Excursion
To Honolulu Friday
Are You Satisfied?
With the Lumber you have pur
chased at one place and an
other? Our regular customers
are satisfied with our Lumber
and Service. If you are not one
of our customers give us a trial
next time you place an order.
All we want is a chance to serve
Jake Weil, chairman of the retail
trade committee of the chamber of
commerce, has been given creden
tials to serve as a representative of
the local group on the Portland
chamber of commerce excursion to
Honolulu. The group will leave here
Friday on the S. S. Malolo for Hon
olulu. Mr. Weil will be accompanied
by Mrs. Weil and Mr. and Mrs. Na-
than Weil. They will return about
Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Groner of
Scholls will also make the trip to
Honolulu on the Malolo.
J. W. Copeland
Classified Ad Action
Shown to Be Fast
E. Petrequin of near Orenco was
in the city on business Friday. Mr.
Petrequin says that action on Argus
classified advertisements is very fast.
He called at two places where cows
had been advertised and other cus
tomers had "beat" him to it.
The Hotel Washington
__ complete telephone service is a convenience to
every member of the family. Properly placed ex
tension telephones save tiring steps for the house
wife. Son or daughter, slater or brother, dad or
mother—find them a year ’round comfort and
And. too, the téléphona 1« an aid in emergencia*
and a protection in danger.
We bespeak for them a splen
did business, and success in
WEST COAST TELEPHONE CO.
A Dainty Lunch Room
The Apple Inn
opened last week in
8. McMinia. Taator
Bible school at 9:45 a. m. H. E.
Thompson, superintendent, Classes
for all ages. Morning
’ _ worship at
11 a. m.
Robert Jensen, recently
from the Moody Institute. Chicago,
will have charge of the service. He
has a good message and will be glad
to greet all his friends, B. Y. P. U.
meets at 6:45 p. m. Owing to the
pastor's absence there will be no
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IN EVERY HOME
Quality At Lower Prices!
This is the opinion of the customers who buy regularly at Thrift
Stores. The prices on the merchandise Hated below will convince
you of this advantage.
Second and Washington Streets
L. P. Stranahan, Manager
Thrift Features, Saturday to Tuesday, November 10th to 15th
Free Methodist Church
Corner Fifth and Oak Streets
J. N. Wood. Pastor
There will be quarterly meeting
services at the Free Methodist
church commencing on Friday eve
ning and continuing over the Sab
Rev. J. G. Taylor, district
elder, will have charge.
Sabbath school at 10 a. m. G. W.
FLOURS and CEREAI S
Quality Flours and Cereals in handy No. 10 bags—
Graham, Whole Wheat, Patent Flour, Rye or Rolled Oats,
Your Choice, No. 10 bag
Distribution Without TV«
It’s all over but the shouting!
Hoover and Curtis, both western
men, have fulfilled the traditions of
the West as they “broke the solid
south” and carried away the nation.
your SAFEway Store
will SAVEyou More
Mr. Al Smith no doubt feels a
good deal like the negro who was
to undergo an operation.
Surgeon: “I feel it my duty to
inform you that four out of five pa
tients die under this operation. Now
is there anything I can do for
before 1 begin?”
Mose: “Yassuh, kindly hand
Helvetia farmers who have
all summer, and still feel that
future of the farm is safe, are John
Lubich and Abe Zahler. The former
is building a new house and the lat
ter is adding to and remodeling his
old one. The Haywood school house
west of Hillsboro on the highway is
finished. H. E. Thompson was the
contractor and builder. All three
of these builders find it profitable
to buy their building materials from
Pool-Gardner Lbr. Co.
A lady from Beaverton told us
that she hears the paint programs
broadcast by W. P. Fuller & Co.,
and finds them very helpful.
wonder how many Hillsboro ladies
are profiting by hearing them. Pool-
Gardner Lbr. Co. is the Hillsboro
dealer for “Fuller” paints, var
nishes, enamels, kalsomines, brushes,
Enough %-inch oak flooring to
lay over an old floor for a room
12x16 feet will cost only $19.75.
Can anyone afford to be without a
nice o3k floor at this price? Ask
Pool-Gardner Lbr. Co.
Two Trucks—Dependable Service.
Crown or Big K
Cleans and Scours
Pure Cane and Maple
Extra Fancy Florida
50 Pound sack
Large, Ripe Fruit
Has Moved to
Safeway Market Savings for Saturday
Choice shoulder cuts
from young grain-fed
Fancy sugar cured
Every one guaranteed
Whole or half
Nice lean shoulder cuts
from choice pigs
Pound - 23C
a very fancy high
this week-end, at a
price far below current
quotations for this
Cudahy’s White Rib
bon brand. This is a
very high quality short
ening, considered by
many as the best
2 Pounds - 33C
Store No. 47
Deep Sen Japanese Crab;
mostly leg meat; in 6* g-oz. tin
Calumet—A national stan
Brand; dandy pack of razor
minced clam« in 3'g-oz. flut
tins; 2 can*
Tinapa Sardines; the handy
B 01. tin ; 6 cans
New crop, well filled 12-oz.
Thrift Strawberry Preserves,
packed in full 3-lb jar.........
New crop; fancy quality in
bulk; 4 pounds
Cleans anything like magic
2 can* for
Opens drains instantly,
per can ..................
Lux; keeps the skin soft;
Fine flavor; contain no alum;
large 27-oz. jar............................
Fancy French Mix Candy—All hand
rolled; an exceptional value in this
high grade candy in
1-lb cartons for..................
Del Monte Tomato Catsup;
large bottle .............................
Blueing or Ammonia
Semolina Macaroni or Coiled
Noodle«; 2 pound«......................
Joseph Fossati Co.,
1120 Second St.
3 pounds ..............
Hillsdale Asparagus; select ( 'alifornla
Asparagus in No. 1 tall tins;
2 cans for
Fresh ground. Yellow or
White, 9-lb bag................
4 9- lb
The newer, better Oats,
Small size. 2 packages ..
H. O. Oats
We always buy Eggs,
Chickens, Turkeys of all
sizes, spring and large
springer Ducks and
See us first when you have
something to sell!
Thompson's Seedless in Bulk—
Some Attractive Week-End Offers
Tender and Crisp
The Original Health Biscuit—
Swansdown; a high grade absorbent
tissue in lOOO-sheet rolls,
“The Taste Treat”—This quality blend still gain« in popularity—
Always Ground Fresh
to Your Order............................. pound.
Where you save on Foodstuffs
Hillsboro THRIFT Store
Munger’s Laundry Bldg.