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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1916)
Miss Gladys Bloomer is visit
Mr. David Marsh spent Thurs
the family of her uncle, Dan
day in Portland.
W e have ju st R eceiv ed a C arload of
We will insure your auto against Gunsolus, in Portland.
New arrivals in fancy blouses,
fire, theft and collision. Hancock
and neckwear at Mrs.
Richards', two doors west of post-
Ralph Oglesby was in from the office.
including a couple o f n ew sty le s. W e have a
Seavy-Johnson hop yard Satur
sam ple o f each set up and in v ite inspection.
The Sunday schools of Wash
ington county will hold their an-
Roy and Cliff Thompson were n u a 1 convention at Sherwood
in your home!
A bank ac
among the Hillsiders in town Sat-| March 31 and April 1.
count makes for Home E f
ficiency and Economy.
The Portland Oregonian six
When you pay the bills o f
R. C. and C. L . Walker played days a week and the Forest Grove
Use L ily ’s S olu b le S u lp h u r S p r a y . W e have
the grocer, the butcher, the
for a big K. of P. dance at Y am Express once a week for only
sold tw en ty barrels o f this the p ast week. We
$6.00 a year.
baker and all other bills by
hill Saturday night.
check, you know just how
also have a n y th in g fro m a h an d -p ow er bucket
Miss Grace Thomas and Mr.
Orders taken f o r whipping
much it costs to run your
to a p o w e r m achine.
G ive us a call,
cream, by pint or quart, at Shear
home ; besides, a check is a
if you w ant only in form a tion .
Hillsboro High School, visited
Miss Elizabeth Beach, of Port
friends in Forest Grove Sunday.
If you haven’ t a bank ac
land, visited with her sister, Mrs.
O ur new line o f B a seb a ll G o o d s and Fish
count. start one without de
Mrs. Gfenn Potwin went up to
S. L. Carlyle Sunday.
T a ck le is in. C om e and see them .
Schofield yesterday to keep house
A free lecture on “ Landscape
for her husband and brother-in-
Gardening” at the Star Theater
law, who are employed at the
next Monday afternoon, at 2:30.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Littler vis
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hancock
ited in Portland Sunday with the
F orest G rov e, O re.
and Dr. and Mrs. Crowthers of
latter’s mother, Mrs. Mary Salt-
Cornelius visited at the home of
P h o n e 683
Member Federal Reserve Bank.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Hancock
Mrs. Emil Carlson, who lives in this city Sunday.
at the home of Mrs. L. S. Phillips,
Clarence Ortman, who was in
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
spent Saturday with friends in
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
jured two weeks ago today, when
The first o f the week Roy
The matrons o f Riverside
his horse fell with him, is report Thomas brought us a record
Job printing— phone 821
Prof. G. E. Murphy went to
meets with Mrs. Mel Hiatt of
ed considerably improved, being
town, Wednesday, March 22.
Hancock & Wiles carry Life, Portland Saturday and delivered able to walk about on crutches. ! breaking lemon received f r o m
Earl Tupper will move his fu.
Harry Gordon Russell, of Santa
Accident & Fire Insurance.
1-tf to a Portland customer a large
Johns where he has bought
I am paying the highest market Cruz, Cal. Mr. Russell was for St.
Found— Gold cuff link. Gan order of Dr. Bishop’s early flowers,
price for butter and eggs and am merly a prominent farmer of this
be recovered at Express office.
Mrs. J. W. Kyle and son, H
The public is invited to the selling from my wagon fresh fish
and Miss Edna Lilly of Gales
! locality, but is now engaged in were visiting at the Sutford home
Get y»ur lime and sulphur d
£ be iven b the Knights
sprays at Littler s Pharmacy.
and Ladies of Security next Wed- every day. Oscar Burnworth, I fruit growing in California. He Sunday.
The Misses Riley of Dilley vis- nesday evening, March 22. Tick- the Grove fish man; phone 62.
has practically made himself in -; The play “ Uncle Rube” gr
the students o f the Dilley school
Mrs. G. H. Garrett and son, dependent, raising record-break night at the Artisan hall, was c
ited at the George Hancock home ets 50c.
Mrs. L. S. Phillips left Thurs- George, of Portland, were visiting ing lemons of the Panderosa vari some class for amateurs, and the
was crowded which was very
We will insure your auto against day to spend a few weeks with with friends in this city the first ety. This lemon grows almost to ing to those that helped with the
fire, theft and collision. Hancock her son in Tillamook City. She of the week. The Garretts for the size of a grapefruit and is It was surprising, the talent
the youngsters displayed.
& V. iles.
will also visit her daughter who merly were residents of Forest very juicy. We certainly have to 1
Ernest W o lf was a Portland
Just Arrived— A fresh supply of resides at Hemlock.
hand it to Mr. Russell when it ■ Saturday.
Whitmans Chocolates, the best
Mrs. C. A. Brodersen will en
Mr. and Mrs David Martin comes to raising lemons.
If you would know more about
made, at Littler’s Pharmacy.
the G. L. R. club at her home
have moved to Willamina, where
It is reported to the Express day.
Walter Roswurm left Saturday how to beautify your lawns and
the former is employed. Mrs. that one certain Dilleyite, name \ Clifford Boyd and Ernest Wolf
for a business trip through the
a business trip to Gaston Monday
Star theatre Monday afternoon, Martin, before her marriage. wa> not learned, has come to the c o n -: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin are
state of Washington.
Miss Rosale Garrett and lived elusion that the next time he ing with relatives at Gales C:
at 2:30. The lecture is free.
For Sale— W h i t e Wyandotte
carried bottled goods in one cer
Rubber is cheaper now than
It is reported that Fred P
hens, cheap. Ringhouse strain.
A. Berg, who closed his grocery
Lelah Stew art went to Portia«
Mrs. J. E. Pogue, phone 0145.
week and were married. Well, we
ing rubber tires for their buggies store a month ago and moved the
The Express is prepared to meet should get them now. Stribich & stock to Portland, was in the city fastenings are secure. Last Sat you luck, youngsters.
urday evening, on arriving a t ! Mr. and Mrs. Albert tail*
the prices of traveling calendar Son do that kind of work right;
Monday, packing and loading the
Stringtown attended the perf
salesmen in lots of 100 or more.
also all kinds of blacksmithing and fixtures for shipment. He is lo Dilley from the east, this certain o f “ Uncle R u be” at Dilley
party alighted rather abruptly night.
A daughter was born last Fri wood work.
cated in Kenton-Portland and is
his suit case became u n -: Mrs. Frank Maury and
day to Mrs Lawrence Burke, a
F. L. Armentrout, who is giving doing nicely.
W olf were shopping in the Grove
fastened, spilling out a quart bot urday.
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. L. G. moving picture shows at the var
Mrs. Martha Sutford was up tle containing an amber-colored
Mr. Vanderbrook is expec
ious towns in Washington county,
from Dilley Monday and reports liquid. His enemies are sure he move to the Earl Tupper homes
Miss Angie Harrington and lit- has arranged to be at Dilley every
that the school pupils realized has been carrying whiskey and his as it is vacated.
tie niece, Esther Barber, of Hills- Tue day night and at Gaston
friends are afraid he has.
better than $30 from their play,
If Price and Quality Are
boro, visited with the former’s every Wednesday night. He is
The Woman’s Club has secured
‘ Uncle Rube,” given at Artisan
I Can Sell You S
sister, Mrs. W. F Stockman, in said to be giving excellent enter-
hall Friday evening. She says all Prof. A. L. Peck, head of the de
this city Sunday.
Come and see the
the youngsters did well with their partment of Horticultural, O. A.
boys’ shoes just receiv
C., to give an illustrated lecture
and 60 styles, in blacl
Mrs. A. G Hoffmap entertained on “ Landscape Gardening, as Ap
most all eastern-mat
Mrs. Dr A. K. Higgs and Mrs. plied to Local Conditions,” at the
prices, $2.25 to $3.5(
that we are exclusive selling agents in Forest Grove for
Clapsidell of Portland at dinner Star theatre, March 27th, at 2.30
$3.00 to $5.00 for m
The l a d i e s p. m. 1 here will be no admission
call and let me sho
were also in attendance at the charged, and we urge everyon e
This implement can be used as a cultivator in six
lunch their hostess gave during to come to this most instructive!
L. A. FLET<
different ways and as a seeder as w ell: absolutely
the afternoon for the benefit of
the best garden tool we have ever seen.
the M . E. Aid Society fund.
and old resident of Beaverton,
All Kinds of
Miss Margaret Jom
was laid at rest Saturday in the
Rebekahs Plan Good Time
F A R M A N D G A K D K N IM P L E M E N T S
At the la<t regular m *et.ing of Cedar Mills cemetery. Mr. Hu
ber was 60 years old, having re doffodils grown by I
Garden Hose and Sprinklers
the local Rebekah lodge, a pro sided on a ranch west of Beaver
She took in a still larg
gram of tableaux, readings and ton for almost 20 years. Having
Monday. Dr. Bishop
solos was given and plans were been ailing for some time, he went
are becoming famous
made for the presentation of the to St \ ineent’s hospital for relief,
choice blooms from
farce, “ Free Masonry Outdone,” where he died following an o p
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FOREST G RO VE, ORE.
eration. Beside a wife, he leaves were sold in the Portia
a week from tonight, March 29th.
three children, John, Louise and last year, and are ag
The characters are as follows:
mand this year.
\\ . M. G.— Miss Belle Darling.
M . W. P.— Mrs. Maud Buxton.
. E. A. P .— Mrs. Nora Mc-
W E W IL L SE R V E
S. M . B.— Mrs. Lulu Ingersol.
G. of S. S.— Mrs. Rose Hum-
We want you to know that we can for
K. of G.— Miss Dee Darling.
the remainder of this week supply you with
o f inis w e e k - R I D G W A Y ’ S T E A and T R U i
& M . P. P.— Mrs. Winnifred
choice cuts of BABY BEEF.
B IS C U IT S .
We also have Fresh Kish, Poultry, Beef.
W. & A. R . C .— Mrs. Hazel
Pork and Mutton, fresh Fruits and Vegetables
W e exten d you a cordial in v ita tion to t
S. S. R .— Mrs. R. C. Hill.
deliciousness o f these g o o d s .
T. G .— Mrs. Mary Porter.
M. G .— Mrs. Robert Bellinger.
G»rd & (iigucre
Candidate— Well-known citizen
of Forest Grove.
All Rebekahs are urged to at
...John Deere Wagons...
Spraying Time is Here
First National Bank
ARK YOU AWARE
Iron Age Cultivators and Seeders?
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
TEA and BISCUIT
Thursday, Friday and Satu
The Pacific Market