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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1916)
Mrs. R. E. Dunlap entertained
Hancock & Wiles carry Life,
M. E. Aid Society at the M.
Accident & Fire Insurance.
E. parsonage Wednesday after
Victor Fuqua was an interested
spectator at the Portland auto noon.
There will be a total eclipse of
show last Thursday.
sun between 7:12 and 7:45
Miss Pearl Hall entertained a
number of friends at a dinner
rain, snow or otherwise.
part Tuesday evening.
Messrs. J. N. Hoffman and
Miss Mamie Loomis returned
Deposit your earnings rejp:Lilly
Nichols left this morning
home Sunday from a visit with
and pay your bills by check. By
where they go in the
Miss Elinor L aR ueat Sheridan.
so doing you have a record o f all
your transactions, both o f money
M . S. Allen attended the Hard
try of Washington county.
received and money paid out.
ware M en’s convention and the
You will find satisfaction in look
R ev. E. A. Harris, pastor of
auto show in Portland last week.
ing over your bank book and can
t h e
M rs. S. L. Carlyle entertained
church, has tendered his resigna
Disputes over unsettled claims
the Women’s Home Missionary
tion, effective May 1, and the
will never worry you. You will
society at her home Friday after
church board will consider the
plan to earn more in the future
and spend less. You will form
resignation this evening.
Mesdames W . W. Ryals and
the habit o f doing your business
Miss Gertrude Allen, who is at
systematically and prosperity and
B. T. Whited entertained with a
tending the State Normal at Mon
contentment will be the result.
“ Silver Tea” at the Congrega
mouth, is expected home to
tional church parlors Thursday
morrow to spend a short vaca
- T he-
tion with her parents, Mr. and
The following were Portland
First National Bank visitors Saturday: Dr. C. E. Mrs. M . S. Allen.
Emily C , the three-year-old
Walker, Dr. J. S Bishop, Prof. A.
Forest Grove, Ore.
daughter of M r. and Mrs. Ed
M . Bean, H. L. Bates, Rev. 0 .
ward Rambo, died January 25th
H. Holmes, Mrs. B. F. White,
Member Federal Reserve Bank.
of kidney trouble at the family
Mrs. Eva Derby, Mrs. E.Meresse,
home in Dilley. Funeral services
Mrs. S. G. Morgan.
held Thursday and the body
NOTES ANI) PERSONALS
Mrs. I. J. Hoar, Mrs. E. F. was interred in Forest View ceme
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000 Burlingham, Miss Frances Myers tery.
and Miss Winifred Littlehales were
to loan on farms.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gardner
Forest Grove people who attend
J. Wehrly is very ill at his
of Salem, are rejoicing over the
ed the matinee “ Bird of Paradise”
home in this city.
arrival of a boy baby at their
in Portland Saturday.
home on Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Nicholson was down from
Mrs. E. M . Saltmarsh of Port Gardner formerly lived here, and
the Oak Hill district Saturday.
land met with the Forest Grove Mrs. Gardner before her marriage
Mrs C. E. Walker spent the
Knights and Ladies of Security was Miss Ethel Buxton, daughter
week-end with relatives in Port
last Wednesday night and, as dis of H . T. Buxton.
trict deputy, expects to soon
Mrs. O. M. Gardner of Lake
Mrs. Geo. Littlehales and Mrs. start a campaign in this vicinity
Ore., arrived in Forest
Lome King were in Portland this for new members.
for a visit with
I am going to quit handling her sister, Mrs. J. L. VanKirk.
Miss Nina Walker spent Satur
hats and offer all trimmed hats She will also visit her son, Walter,
day with her brother, Dr. C. E.
land feathers at actual cost, and and family in Salem, and will
for the remainder of this week spend some time in the wholesale
Miss Pearl Cooke of the Fern will give one-fourth off on corsets
millinery houses in Portland, look
Hill section, is visiting friends in and hair goods. Mrs. Blanche
ing after her spring stock of goods.
Richards, two doors west of post-
Before adjourning, the mem
Ira I’urdin, James Haney and office.
bers of Pomona Grange last Wed
Frank Bennett of Thatcher, were
“ The Beloved Vagabond,” a nesday afternoon selected Messrs.
in town Saturday.
six-reel feature in natural color Schulmerich, Harrow,
Gale Grange will hold a meet photography, which made such a Sparks and Hughes as a com
ing Saturday, Feb. 12, at which hit at the Majestic, Portland, all mittee to look up a permanent
time C. H. Hays will address the of last week, will be shown at the location for a county fair, said
members on co-operative buying. Star Theatre this evening, at 5c committee to report to the grange
Mrs. E. B. Hrookbank and sons and 10c. In Portland this film at a later meeting. A bountiful
Bruce and Richard, returned was shown at 10c and 15c.
supper was enjoyed as the closing
Thursday Irom a month’s visit in
Eddie Hack, R a y Eydelott, feature of the meeting, which was
Seattle with her mother, Mrs. E d n a Crosley, Bernice Miller, attended by more than 100 dele
Paul Austin, Bruce Roe, Evelyn gates.
Having two typewriters, the DeMoss, Maude Graham, Lucile
Mrs. Jennette Tracy, wife of
editor of the Express will sell I West and May Ringle passed the A. G. Tracy, who died in Seattle
either a Royal or L. C. Smith, eighth grade examinations held in on January 27, of typhoid fever,
both visible writing, at bargain the Forest Grove schools last was wen known in Forest Grove.
prices and easy terms.
Before her marriage she was Miss
Take Pride in
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
Im p lem en ts, G a rd en T o o ls
Wagons, Buggies, Paints, Oils
Cutlery and Silverware
FOREST GROVE. ORE.
o f Service,
We sell Hazelwood Danish Butter. Save the
coupons; see the premium list.
B E E F \ P °r k , VEAL and M U T T O N CUTS,
¿ ’ £ £ ! r rABLES and p r o d u c e ,
CASCAD E’S COFFEES,
TEAb and SPICES. CHILI FLAVO RIN G S.
Country-cured bacon, only
j ; ( |fo
L O R D & W E ID E N B A C H
Jennette Eckert and was a teach-
j or in our city schools two years
I ago. She is survived by her hus-
; band, her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
; P. P. Eckert, and an infant son.
¡M rs. Tracy was a native of
| Nebraska and was 24 years of age.
1 Interment was in Rose City cem
etery in Portland.
Francis X . Bushman, Marguer
ite Snow— the two stars- William
j Clifford, lis t e r Cuneo. Helen
Dunbar, Paul Byron, Marcia,
Moore, Evelyn Greeley and Frank
Gamble are some of the important
people who will be seen in the
cast of “ The Second in Com
mand,” that will be presented on
the Metro program at the Star
Theatre on Saturday afternoon
and evening, Feb. 5, in the Qual
ity com pany’s production “ The
Second in Command.”
Attorneys At Law
N .H O F F M A N
Attorney At Law
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HARDW ARE and
IM PLEM ENTS
Washington county agents for John Deere
Plow Co., American Royal Fence, Western
Ammunition, Monarch Ranges and Cole
Air-Tight Heaters, Empire Cream Separat
ors, Empire Milking Machines, Oregon Silos,
Star Barn Equipment, Giant Blasting Pow
der and many ofher leading lines.
I c z i o p I
W e B u y R ig h t and S ell R ig h t
P h o n e 683
Expert W atch Repairing
Twenty Years Experience
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STA N D A R D
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Forest Grove, Ore.
Vercie Bellinger, who is
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Latta were
ing school at North Plains,
Gaston visitors Sunday.
Glen Morgan was in Portland with a painful accident the
of the week. He was crankingi
from Thursday until Friday.
gasoline engine when the
A. J. McIntyre spent last week
slipped and struck him in the fi
in the Blooming section.
Mrs. Ernie Tucker visited her
Mrs. Blanche Richards
mother in Hillsboro this week.
moved her stock of millinery
Dr. H. R. Kauffman was a bus
notions to the second room
iness visitor to North Plains Sat
of the postoffice, where she is
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Herdock feathers at actual cost. Corse
of North Plains were in Forest and hair goods at 2 r, per cent di
Grove last Thursday.
count all this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hesseltine
were in Portland attending the
to certify that I
automobile show Thursday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Kauffman
and Miss Mary Beach attended
the automobile show Thursday and I consider it the best
on the market today. I
and sold the Western Pin Wi
Want Any Calendars?
for many years in Iowa and
Just to see how many Forest gon, but I consider the Vi
Grove merchants and professional machine far superior to an;
men will patronize local industry I ever saw for good work and
when they have a chance (and to wear on the clothing.
make a little money ourselves),
W . A. G oodman ,|
the Express management has put
in a line of art calendars to
supply the local demand. The
Anybody can see one of
calendars are made by one of the washers at Weitzel’s tin
big ’ Frisco art printeries, but the First Avenue North. Made
printing of the advertisement is Forest Grove, by C. E.
done in the Express office. This son.
enables the Express to make the
Special Stationery Sale i
salesman’s commission and a
small fee for the printing. Prices
We are making a special pn
run from $8 to $30 per hundred
o f 25 cts per box on several 1
for calendars ready to hang. How
grade lines and ask you to«
L e„ i a! f n?u!: i f f ?! and examine it.
Forest Grove are in the market?
Telephone No. 821 and samples
Typewriter for sale, See in
will be brought to you. (Advt)
the Express office.
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