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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1916)
his wi" ' in Well-Known Citizen
W E SELL THE
Smallpox has broken out in the
Mountainside schools near Scholls.
S p r in g
Spring work is now occupy
ing the Farmer’s attention.
Everyone is making an e f
fort to make lt)16 produce a
“ bumper” crop.
seasons, do not hesitate to
mail or phone us your busi
ness needs. You will find
an account with this bank
a great convenience.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Williams
spent Sunday in Portland with
Mrs. Williams’ mother.
Mrs. Laura Griebler of Gaston,
vidted at the home of her mother
Mrs. LeFrene last week.
The Rose Show committee' is
T. J. 0 . Thacher, a well-known
a n d highly-respected citizen of
Forest Grove, passed to his re
ward at the home of his son, W.
“ Stay Round’’
E fG^ Thache^’ at Eu« ene’ ,ast
“ S ta y
R o u n d
S IL O
Saturday, aged 71 years, appo-|
plexy being the cause of his death. There are lots o f Silas in Washington county
Deceased was l>orn at Hornell, now and there will be as many more built
Any good silo paid for itself lust
you raise any other feed to equal
3.00 t>er ton? Does your pas-
a finger while playing ball recently, i state of his birth.* When he first tun* dry up in the summer time? Can you
Miss Joan Pierce visited Sun- came to Forest Grove he engaged afford to pasture high-priced land? Build a
day and Monday at the home of in the flour and feed business and Silo and make it a good one. Whether you buy it from us or from
Mrs. Chris Peterson near Hills- bandied real estate as a sale line, someone else, build one. If you are going to build one, let us give
He was an alumnus of Union
Mail us your checks and
you a figure on an "Oregon Stay Round” and we will show you it
Schenectady, N. Y., was
drafts, no matter upon what
be built for the same money you would pay for the ordinary
waists and neckwear at Mrs. well educated and was of a very
place they are drawn.
silo. W’e sell the ironing complete, with the doors, and you
Richards’, two doors west of post- amiable disposition, which fact
won f°r him many friends during buy the lumber w’here you like.
The first train over the Wil- ¡\is ¡irie[ residence in this section.
W’ rite for catalogue or call.
lamette-Pacific between Marsh- Rar, y .
l^ e m b e r, accompa-
lield and Eugene made its trip
by Mrs. 1 hacher, he went
to Eugene fo ra visit with his son,
| . , hoping the change would benefit
Carpenters have just completed his ’faffing health* bul he never re-
Forest Grove, Ore.
a good job of bracing, le\filing and cov em | sufficiently to justify him
repairing the floor of tne King & in attempting to return to his
home in this city, and the end
- Mcmtwr Federal Reserve Bank.
This morning sOregoman carries Came on the first day of the
Sunday School Convention
pleasant weather and was in all
a dispatch from Oyster Bay, N. month.
The twenty - seventh annual ways interesting and successful.
will be i Deceased is survived by his
. . . . that Roosevelt
O n e W ho W as T h e r e .
a candidate for president.
widow and son, both of whom me*‘Bng of the Washington County
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Mrs. Will Sparks, Mrs. E. A. were at the bedside when the end Sunday School association, held at
Hanna, and Mrs W. A . Billenger came.
J Sherwood last Friday and Satur- To the Commercial Club, Ladies’
Job printing— phone 821.
The body was brought to this day, was one of the best conven-
Civic Club and Citizens of For
Arthur Reeher and his mother visned at the home of W. H. Ir-
win, in Hillsboro. Saturday.
city Monday,accompanied by the .¡on’s t,ver
were in Portland Tuesday.
Miss Joy Aydelott, Ogden Asi- widow and son and wife and at
In behalf of the Grand Army of
... ly and
the 10:30 Tuesday morning funeral
,h a t<n ,an<t ¡rom the
, HC Woman’s Re-
Hancock & Wiles carry Life,
Ladies of the
Accident & Fire Insurance.
day and Sunday held at Beaver- residence, 3 0 4 Fourth Avenue county was quite small, the en- G .A IC. I thank you for your
Miss Eunice Bernard left yes ton
South, Rev. O H. Holmes officiat- thusiasm and interests of districts kind invitation to bring the Dei
-T h e -
First National Bank
Forest Grove, Ore
terlay for a visit in Portland.
“ The American Restaurant” as '"fL deceased having been a mem- 8jx and seven, centering at Sher- part merit Encampment of Oregon
Get your lime and sulphur Decius & Dixon call their new h£r
the **,rst Congregational wotKj anj Scholls made the at- "ere in June, 1917
sprays at Littler’s Pharmacy.
place, opened Monday and is al-
number of (he ^ ¡ t e n d a n c e and interest good and
P<1 r n , nt
.BpEAi » ’ ,
We will insure your auto against ^hev ^dvertf,^ iT " a s ^ a °whke friends of the family followed the filled the churches at the various of
- - ‘ A. R.
A W i k - i and C° 1S,° n’ HagC(^ k place for white people.”
remains to Forest View cemetery, j sessions.
where they were laid to rest
Among the speakers were Rev.
A . Phipps, Rev. J. V. Milligan
The Catholic churches of both
L. M. Sparks has 4o hens, and ^ e Christian C h u r c h he r e ,
. „ Martin, , all
_ from Forest Grove and Cornelius are
during the month of March got preached a sermon Sunday for Glasyer. Captain Peters, J. E. and Rev. E R.
making preparations for special
101 - eggs.
time in four months.
Graham and C. V. B. Russell.
School workers of the state or services for Easter. High Mass
Mr. and Mrs. John Heisler. Sr. . j Rev. Hilton weighs 112 pounds
The widow is arranging to move wider fields. Rev. Wayne Phelps wj|| bt, sung in both churches. In
of Gales Citv were shopping in now and when he was here he to Eugene, to make her home
of Hillsboro gave a very stirring Forest Grove at 8:30, and in Cor-
this city Tuesday.
weighed over 200 pounds. He with her son and family.
address at the opening session, nelius at 10:30. Easter night there
Just A rriv e d -A fresh supply of and hi. family are in Healdsburg,
Miss Olive Clark of Portland, a will be a sacred concert in Cor-
Whitman’s Chocolates, the best
state worker in elementary lines, nelius at 7:30. A complete pro-
made, at Littler’s Pharmacy.
Miss Joan Pierce was given a
Rave some excellent suggestions xriim wi|| ^ pu|>liMh«-d later. This
heipfui hints dunug the pr
The Express is prepared to meet f
and th( pub,ic j , moet cor-
the prices of traveling calendar at the home of her mother Mrs
Enoch Moore, who was appoint- * .
; dially invited to attend,
salesmen in lots of 100 or more.
C. Wright on south Fourth street, ed city treasurer and light and
April..?()th a larK(‘ ,cIa£s of
We will insure your auto against and spent the evening with her! | water collector March 28th by
f t w a or » '
. . .>r . man
. . . °r Holy
and collision. Hancock After the excitement of greetings, Mayor Paterson and whose an-
fire, theft and collision.
games were plaved until a late pointment was confirmed the same woman I admire and the kind of church of Forest Grove at 9:00.
hour when dainty
refreshment!; j evening by the city council, last
Sunday school I like. On that morning Mass will be in
Mrs Lou Laughlin is sick with were served and the evening was 1 hursday notified Mayor Pater-
The central address oi the con- Cornelius at t :00. There will I k *
heart trouble at the home of her
Those there ; son that he had decided not to vention was by Rev. C A Phipps Mass in Gaston next Sunday
were Mrs. Wright Misses Joan qualify for the office and that ev- on
‘ he Sunday School as a morning, April 9th, at 8:00o’clock.
daughter, Mrs. Lota Hocking.
Pierce, Margaret Curtis, Christine fining the mayor called a special S World Power.” A packed church
J. R. BUCK.
The Portland Oregonian six Mackr’odt7 Mary C'orlT'CIara and ! meeting of the city council and heard this practical setting forth „
rountv Veteran A v iatio n
days a week and the Forest Grove Alma Sage Jeanie Baxter Theresa 1 appointed Councilman Hoar to of the greatness of Sunday school "«««g teii toiinty Veteran Association
Express once a week for only Beahen and Vesta Greer and 'the place refused by M r. Moore, work and every one went away will assemble in (»rand Army
$6.00 a year.
Hall, at Hillsboro, Oregon, on the
The appointment was confirmed more than pleased.
Master Wayne Wright.
by the council and a successor to
A feature of the entertainment ! 4th day of May, 1916. at 10
Mr. Hoar on the council will was that two dinners and one j o ’clock a . M. sharp. Memorial
probably be elected at the next supper were given to the conven-
sion in a body and the amount of service's and business meeting in
provision supplied as well as that
forenoon. D i n n e r a t 12
that we are exclusive selling agents in Forest Grove for
Orators Are Coming
consumed was wonderful.
, o ’clock.
A week from tomorrow night—
The president of the associa-
The afternoon will be devoted
April 14'h—representatives of Pa tion had finished four years of to program.
cific College, McMinnville College, service and felt justified in resign
This implement can be used as a cultivator in six
We have ordered a crowd for
Eugene Bible University, Wil ing and the secretary who had
different ways and as a seeder as well ; absolutely
occasion ; better come early
lamette University and Pacific taken the work temporarily felt
the best garden tool we have ever seen.
avoid the crush.
University will meet in debate in she could not give the time to
J. T . Butler, Pres.
All Kinds of
oratorical contest in Marsh Hall, continue in the office.
FARM A N D G AR D E N IM P L E M E N T S
The new president is an old
the auspices of the Inter Collegiate
Garden Hose and Sprinklers
J. W. Ethington, late cashier at
Prohibition associations of the pioneer in service, Mr. E. X.
First National Bank, has sold
colleges mentioned. The public is
tary and treasurer elected is Rev. his stock to A. T. and Earle O.
invited. Admission 25c.
H. L. Bates of Forest Grove. Buxton and will soon retire from
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
A Big Class
Rev. J. F. Ashley and Professor, the bank to engage in other busi-
The 1916 graduation class of F. C. Taylor were also asked to ness. Earle Buxton has been
FO REST G R O VE, ORE.
the Forest Grove High will lik ly take minor offices,
j elected cashier in Mr. Ethington’s
be the largest ever graduated by , The convention had the most ¡stead.
this school, numbering between
twenty-eight and t h i r t y - f i v e .
The graduation address will be
delivered at the Congregational
church May 26th by Judge Stev
enson < f Portland and on Sunday,
May 28t.h, Rev. J. F. Ashley will
S a tu rd a y , A p r il 8
^ ‘ THE PURE FOOD STORE ’
preach the baccalaureate sermon
at the Christian church.
Moore Resigns and
YOU A W A R E
Iron Age Cultivators and Seeders?
is Dollar Day
10 pounds boiling beef, regular price
121 jc, for
Six pounds good C offee............................ 1.00
(Only one each o f above to a customer)
The Pacific Market
Lord & Giguere
Grangers in Session
At a meeting of Gales Grange
last Saturday two very instructive
talks were made by experts in
their respestive l i n e s . C. W. ;
Creel, chief of the Forest Grove
Entomological station, talked on
‘ Clover Pests” and G. W. Pome
roy of Scappoose told the farmers
a few things about potato pests.
There was also a good musical
program, several initiations and a
good dinner at noon.
2 2 P o u n d s S u g a r fo r
$ 1 .0 0
On Dollar Day
See our list o f Bargains for full particulars.
Dollar Day signifies a Cash Sacrifice.