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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1916)
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
■ H. B. Watson departed Tues-
I day for a business trip to Portland
land points in that vicinity.
Mrs. J. W. Marsh is quite ill at
1 M r. and Mrs. Ray Joy are re-
her home in this city.
i jo eing over the arrival of a baby
Mrs. John Baxter visited in girl at their home last Friday.
Yamhill the first of the week.
Found— Lady’s ring. May be
A. and William Knox of Scog recovered by calling on George
gins Valley were in town M onday. Wilcox, at Pacific University. 5-tf
policies and other valuable
Mrs. H. B. Watson is visiting
James Marsh of near Oregon
papers in one o f our safety
her parents at Seattle for a month. City, is in Forest Grove because
deposit boxes, which are
Mrs Crang, who fell a few days of the illness of his mother, Mrs.
the very best and cost you
ago and sprained an ankle, is im J. W. Marsh.
Washington county agents for John Deere
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Domas
Mrs W. R. Ives, of the Forest
Plow Co., American Royal Fence, Western
We write insurance i n
Grove Hotel, is suffering with a ing to business matters in this
Companies that are also the
Ammunition, Monarch Ranges and Cole
Editor W. T. Bray of the Cor
Air-Tight Heaters, Empire Cream Separat
C. H. Sundermeier and son.
The benefit o f a large ex
Herman, of Gaston, were in For nelius News was in the city Mon
ors, Empire Milking Machines, Oregon Silos,
day and made the Exprsss a
est Grove M ond y.
perience is yours for the
Star Barn Equipment, Giant Blasting Pow
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Cor neighborly visit.
asking, and might be o f
M r. and Mrs. C. L. Crosley and
are spending the week at
value to you. Accept noth
der and many ofher leading lines.
baby of Salem, are visiting Mrs.
the Langley home.
ing but the best.
Crosley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Joseph Copeland of Port A. J. Cook, in this city.
land returned home M onday after
a visit with Mrs. W . J. McCready.
tending the state normal at Mon
Charles Purdin of Portland, mouth, was home the last of the
was attending to business matters week having dental work done.
in Forest Grove the first of the
The family of H. C. Decius of
Forest Grove, Ore.
P h o n e 683
Forest Grove Restaurant ar
N. F. Heath, who has been in
Idaho or the past six weeks, look
Member Federal Reserve Rank.
ing into mining properiies, re M r. Decius now feels more at
turned home Saturday.
Mrs. E. J. McAlear and little
son, Lowell, of Hiiisboro visited
Expert W atch Repairing
the lady’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Twenty Years Experience
W. J. Good, in this city over
The members of Riverside
Grange will hold an all-day ses
sion, with chicken dinner at noon,
S TA N D A R D GOODS O N LY
at Dilley next Friday, Feb. 11.
Five Passenger; 37 Horse Power
The new officers will be installed.
Forest Grove, Ore.
The local G. A. R. post and
Relief Corps will tomorrow cele
brate Lincoln’s, Washington’s and visiting her niece, Mrs. W. J.
Played to Crowded House
McKinley’s birthdays. Following McCready, for the past month,
the curtain went up
a dinner at noon, there will be a departed Monday for her home at
the drama, “ The Dust of
good program, to which the pub Volga, Iowa.
lic is invited.
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'Earth, given by the young ^
Miss Jessie Hoge. formerly a
Mesdames Gilmore, Danser m d
resident of this city and a gradu-
tke ^ atko!lc church at the
Duncan were hostesses to the
ate of P. U., writes friends in this Theater Friday evening, tfc
Congregational Working society
last Wednesday afternoon and city that she is now teaching in house was crowded to the
and those who got seats got
quite a number of the members Anacortes, Wash.
money's worth, for the play
attended and enjoyed the meeting
ed at Portland as Oregon Admis- a g00(J one> we„ interpreted.
The many friends of Rev. and sion Day by the Sons and Daugh
Martin Bernards made an
Mrs. J. F. Ashley will be pleased ters of Oregon and quite a nura-,
to learn that they will remain in ber of Forest Grove people will David Moore and the
Forest Grove at least another
year, this fact being assured by
E. A. Jones of Scoggins’ valley by Miss Lottie Lee. The part
the action of the church board in Monday brought to the Pacific I their daughter, Elizabeth,
re engaging Rev. Ashley for an Market a milk and grain-fed steer, i admirably taken by Miss
eight months of age, that dressed Duyck.
Wirtz & Watkins, t h e local 354 pounds. Because of the ex-1 Ernest Blair, as Jerry, furnish^
dealers in Reo autos, have added cellence of the animal he received considerable com edy and did
another machine— the Briscoe— several cents per pound over the without buffoonery,
which comes at a less price than regular price.
William Lasham was fine
the Reo, but is said to be one of j
Prohibitionists in fonferenre
Dr- Templeton, the ardent
the best values in low-priced cars
rroniDltloniSlS lit lonierence
m-irer ot Elizabeth and
on the market.
The Oregon State Prohibition people saw in Miss Krafick’
Mr. Cooper of North Plains Committee held a rally at the trayal of ihe village gossip,
was in town Saturday to see his Christian Church last Saturday, that reminded them of soi
'°.r’ n^rs' . SL'ee, who has | The Conference came to order they knew long ago.
A G E N T S
P- m. with a very respect-
mi r position
in one of at , ,
Rvder anrl took
the grades of our schoo’s. Mrs. able audience present, considering admirabu as did Robert
. J‘?hn DeMoss substituted for it had chosen one of the most in- with the 'part of Wandering *
. Mrs. Skee during
clement days of the winter. After As Old Mose, AUie Hollevoet
1 lie promoters of the Chautau- a devotional service, led by Rev. good and the part of the di
trodden Nell, “ the dust of
w as a
earth,’ ’ could not have
as good lec-
W . , business
. hope to
, , by an handled better by an amau
lurers this year as last, when they h,)Ur s Program, prepared by the than it was by Miss Lena Du.
i had, among others, Senator Elmer Woman’s Christian Temperance
In fact, all the actors were!
J. Lurkett, mentioned last week Union. Several topics were then considering their limited
Gekef f?,r v t l nr ; *hleiePubllu» n discussed, under the leadership o f ( a ,n d experience, and they she
ticket for vice president.
Dr j s B,shop, Prof F c f
the result of the careful trai;
Mr. and Mrs. I-red G. Wilcox lor. Dr. Semonesand Mrs. Logan. ^ ven tbem by Father Buck.
S&tuiiKiy e\ening entertained Mr. Mr. J. Sanger Fox ^eeretarv of
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Wagons, Buggies, Paints, Oils
-T h e -
First National Bank
We Buy Right and Sell Right
=. M. J. ABBOTT=
The Car of BIG VALUE
for LITTLE MONEY
Delivered at Forest Grove
HANCOCK & WILES
Forest Grove, Ore
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
r h - ciark- there
Farm Implements, Garden Tools
Cutlery and Silverware
FOREST GROVE. ORE.
THE PACIFIC MARKET
We «dl Hazelwood Danish Butter. Save the
coupons; sec the premium list.
SK E f* P °R K , VEAL and M U T T O N CUTS.
pMJJÎSs. VEGETABLES and PRODUCE.
M A RK ET CASCA D E’S COFFEES.
T 1 LAS and SPICES. C H IU FIJV
-W O RINGS.
A FINE MILK and GRAIN-FED BABY BEEF
LORI) & WEIDENBACH
FO RK ST G R O V E .
card, and lunch.
The playing evening on “ U S. Booze C o.”
an'brough? i t v 7 oM n a n d *l
lasted until nearly midnight and
for an oldtime dance, which
then the host and hostess treated
by a big lunch
their guests to an axcellent lunch.
Willis Goff last w’eek received
eighteen California quail from the
state hatchery at Corvallis, to be
turned loose as soon as the snow-
leaves. The birds have been ad
mired in the windows of Goff
Rros. store by hundreds during
the past week. While not so
large as Bob White, these birds
are prettier. Several counties in
Utah have been stocked with
these birds and they multiply
quite rapidly when protected from
p r e p a r e d n e s s
is t he word o f the day.
We are ready constantly awaiting
Mrs. Minnie White, who has
< r t rs to e i\er the goods. See our special case assortment
Of canned goods at a great saving to you. Our window and
J N .H O F F M A N
counter displays are featuring special offerings this week of
K r jjtc w o r tu m tie . for your inspection and selection to plea*
Attorney At Law
Hills Bros. Tea. Coffee. Extracts and Spices are dependable
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