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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1916)
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Real Estate Farm Loans Fire Insurance
HERE is one thing that I an1, pleased to note. Every lady
who has attended my reduction sale recognized the fact I
am doing just what I agreed to do, and for this reason I
will continue to sell all $4.00 Ladies’ shoes for $3.50, $3.50
shoes for $3.00, $3.00 shoes for $2.25, $4.50 high top stage
heel shoes for $3.75, the best and latest style on the market.
85c rubbers for 65c, $1.50 slippers for $1.00. I have just re
ceived one of the best lines of bojs’ shoes that was ever made
for the money.
L. A FLETCHER,
Forest Grove, Ore.
Miss Anna Staehr is visiting in
Mrs. A . Jackson is having a interior of the Commercial Res- Burlingham, representing Forest
severe attack.of lagrlppe.
« £ . S & S ffS i
\\ ilos carry Life, ^ Air. Dahlman, representing the Question*
Resolved, Phat the
Accident & Fire Insurance.
1-tf Portland Journal, was in Forest United States Should Adopt the
J. N. Hoffman had legal busi-
ness in Portland Tuesday.
The Express folks visited rela-
tives at McMinnville over Sunday,
W. M . McCrady is buildiug an
addition to his David's Hill home.
Miss Hazel Davies has been
visiting Miss Beula Ireland in this
Mrs. F. M. Knight living near
Dilley is reported as being quite
ill at her home.
Miss Hellen Killen of Hillsboro,
! was the guest of Elida Loynes
Friday and Saturday.
Fred Baetty of Portland, was
the guest of Miss Jessie Reynolds,
of this city, last Sunday.
LeRoy VanKirk, the genial
mail carrier on route two, has
been suffering with sore eyes.
Miss M . E. McIntyre enter-
. tained Mrs. Hertzog of McMinn-
j ville as an over-Sunday guest.
Telephone No. 821 when you
want to give the Express a news
item, a subscription or any other
Grove Monday looking after busi-
E. C Luce, a former resident of
the Grove, was here Monday
moving his mother’s household
good* ,o Portland.
Mrs. E. A. Nourse of Portland,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Nourse
of Minnesota, were visiting with
Mrs Eva Derby on Monday of
System o f Military* Training and
Service." The local debaters will
the affirmative in the de-
bate' Admiss,on 25c-
„ . ,
J & b iT le a m
Newberg team in the Pacific
University gym last Friday night
by a score o f 26 to 27, playing an
extra five minutes to break a tie.
The game was an exciting one
and was witnessed by a large
Dr. O. H. Seheetz of Portland, crowd o f enthusiastic rooters.
came out Sunday nd spent sev
J. N. Hoffman, Harry Knauff,
eral hours with his mother, Mrs.
Nichols and Perry IziFol-
W. P. Seheetz, who has been sick
in Portland Saturday in
j the interest of the loganberry
An interesting program has j ulce industry. They report that
been arranged for the formal the prospects are good for the
opening of the new $12,000 school location of a loganberry juice
building at Gaston which is being factory here in the not distant
Mrs. Iola I. Handley and
The Modern Woodman of For
nephew, Cap Handley, of San
est Grove will install officers this
Francisco, who have been visiting (.Friday) evening.
Mrs. Handley’s sister. Mrs. Z.
Large, and family for the past
three weeks, left Sunday for Port
land, where they will remain for
Councilman W. J. McCready a few days before returning home.
has gone to Bozeman, Mont., ex Mrs. Handley is an Oregon pio
Steam and Hot Water Heating
pecting to be away for at least neer of 1845 and has four sisters
First Class W.ork Guaranteed.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Mr. O. Bunday left Tuesday for
Howard Decuis, of Silverton,
Ore., has leased the Forest Grove Lewistown, Montana, where he
S h o p w i t h ( • o n i o n miti G o r d o n
Tou can get anything in this town .
F o r«* ut G r o v e , O r e g o n
Restaurant and will be open to will visit for some time with his
P h o n e <tU3
son, O. W\ Bunday. Mr. Bunday
the public soon
You don’t have to shop elsewhere.
Those good-looking men you
see around town Saturday are hard-working old gentleman and
Study the columns o f your home paper.
the* members of the Willamette
ber of the prettiest .lawns about
Valley Editorial association.
town are the result of his labors.
You'll find E V E R Y T H IN G T H A T YOU W A N T
S. Allen has accented the
J. S. BUXTON, Prop.
His many friends Jiere will be
% . advertised there
agency for the Celebrated Saxon
glad to see him' return to Forest
autos and is proudly showing his
Funeral* directors and Ftnbalmers
friends one of, that make of cars.
• Mrs. W. P. Scheets, who has Shower Given for.
been seriously ill for the past four
Miss Lillian Elder
months, is improving slowly, al
On 'jjursday evening, Jan. 6
though stijl -(^rffthed to her bed.
B. CHOWNING. Prop.
and Mrs. J. A
t a i l o r T or
Many of the wagons hauling
SUITS M AD 2 TO O RD ER FROM $20 to $60.
milk to. the Condenser and the
ful party, where Miss "Jessie Baths Shaves
Guarnteed. CLEANING^ PRESSING AN D ALTE RIN G
4 creamery have four horses hitched
Reynolds w^s hostess to a bevy of
SOUTH MAIN STREET
to fhehi as the snow has made
yaunjf ladies%the occasion beig? a N ixon Ruildinjc
miscellaneous shower én hon»r of
S. W. G rath well, .formerly the Mis» Lilfian*Elder, who* became
i* , .
star orator of Pacific University, the bride o f* A ..U . Gardne/ last
has been spenefipg his vacation in evening. *
this cipy apd was thfe guest of Dr.
The evening was passed in1
and M rs.Bishop.
social jponverse.*and nasiing the
TH^ b o j^ basket bay jeajn of flowers in a "zoological garden,"
the Forest GriWe high school will
name'of a flower containing
meet the Hillsboro high-school the name of a beast, bird or fish,
boys at the county seat £attlrday whicli caused a great deal of nl*r-
Miss Elder was the recipient of
Miss. Frances Parker, a teacher
SUl^KZK THKtElAMPS’ INTO ONE
in the* Central building, is not many useful and beautiful gifts i t y o u cou ld com b in e th ree old fa sh ion ed
able to be in school * this week* and tlffe m<*hod. of presenting ctffbon lam ps in to oue, y o u »w ou ld tre t -o n ly
tHc sam e a m ou n t
lig h t as yo u w ou ld now
because of illness, and Mrs. John them was novel in the extrfwe, dhtaifl from a Mingle
the stroll brother of Miss Elder
R A T IO N A L M A ZD A L A M P
Demoss is taking her place.
a n ifth llfc le a r, ch e e rfu l lilfht bu rn s fo r the
Miss Clara Sage went to Yam
itffifs (4>sL4>f oriuq^arbon lam p.
hill the first-of the wwk where ‘ ‘gafdnerJWand »bearing
It w ill c o s t b u t little to eq u ip you r hom e
she is visiting Editor L. E. tcrMiss Elder in basket.*, each ar th ro u g h o u t w ith th ese lam ps tod ay.
on any promise we make to deliver work on
Howard and family. Miss Sage ticle wrapped to represent a veg H. J. W A L R A T H ,
a tiven date. The^ Express has one of the
etable of some sort.
T w o D oors W est o f F irst N ational Hank
and Mrs. Howard are sisters.
Office Phone 4H6
best equipped little printing plants in the
After all the mirth had subsid Rea. Phone 64
Miss Hazelteen Stockman was
ed delicious refreshments were
W llamette valley, having- added several
hostess to a party of eighteen
hu idred dollars’ worth of material to the
young people at the home of her served, the d.mng -able being
W lliams plant for
rarents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ™ade ^
Stockman in the east part of the ^rden and busy gardaers as a SIGNS, .SHOW CARDS, LANTERN
city on Wednesday evening. The center piece, _
pu|[>oses and more good material is on the
music and games and late in the Misses Kate Scott, Elsie Lathrop, ' ^ avc Wurd at Palace Barb*r ShoP
watv. The management would very much
delicious refreshments pioren(.e Webley, Liola House,
appreciate it if those in need of stationery,
were served by Mi.-» Stockman, Christine M ackrodt, M . E. Me- ||GL ,LIS
G RAH AM
otlce blanks, or any other kind of printing
™ y S i a b l e one b y S T ” T h ì ì
S™ 1* - C ^ e n ce Tern-
would call at the office for samples and
Attorney» At I>aw
present were: Misses Belle Tay- pleton, Kate Lilly, Eunice Ber-
prices. If you’re too busy to come to the
lor Winifred Littlehales, Oleva nard, Edith Mocroft, Mary Cori,
office use the phone and a representative
Bt-rger, Maude Franklin, Lucile Mijdred McConnahey, Florence r ° re3t L,rove’
will call on you.
Connet, C hristina Haçk, t eoma p nc^t<je) Rhoda Enschede, Hazel
Conger Hazel and Mary Stock-
| N . HOFFMAN
Meaars. Carl Connet O. H. Stoekn^n IvaConger^ Belle T a y J.
Wahl. Charles Martin, C . Wright, lor, and Mesdames E. R. Wirtz,
Attorney At I,aw
Reg Blair, Herb Taylor and Mr. A. A . Kirkwood and Rhoda H*n-
and Mrs. Will Taylor.
C. It. Lasliaiu
From a Needle to an Anchor
E. G. H O E F E R
I'ALAfE BARBER SHOP
is 821 '
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We’ll Make Good
wuh A. M. SELEY,
. JOB PRINTING . . .