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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1916)
Mrs. Ella Olson and son. Archie, He has pure bred animals and
and Miss Beach motored to Port some of them yield more than
land and back Monday.
double the average in mohair, one
We have Arsenate of Lead in two-year old buck shearing 17
both forms, Paste or Dry. Lit- pounds, which, Mr. Naylor be
lieves, is the record.
that a checking account tler’s
Carl Hoffman left Friday Mrs. Gavin Duncan, who has
is a time saver, a money for Mrs.
visit with her parents. Mr. been ailing for the past two weeks,
saver and a money changer and a Mrs.
John Heisler, at Gales is reported improving.
Ed. Jasper, a medical student
Do you know of our new
Remember, the dance at I. O. Portland, visited his parents
machine method of handling: O F. hall next Saturday night is near Verboort over Sunday.
| for the benefit of the band. Tick Judge W. H. Hollis returned
Monday from a business trip to
Do you know there are ets, 75c.
many ways in which we can
Special matinee on “Peggy” at various p o in ts in Tillamook
be of service to you ?
the Star Friday. May 12. Ad- county.
Spray your trees well ami get
Do you know that we and 15c. 5c and 15c. Evening, 10c more
and better fruit. Now is
want your business, and can
to use Arsenate of Ijead.
Irv. Smith of the Fern Hill sec
give you prompt and ex
tion. is suffering with a broken For .-ale by Lit tier’s Pharmacy.
perienced service ?
shoulder which he received about A pleasant time was enjoyed
a week ago when the horse which Tuesday evening when a theatre
he was riding fell.
party motored to Portland to set*
Mrs. B. F. White Monday af- "The Birth of a Nation “ Those
First National Bank ternoon
entertained the Civic in the F»rty were Miss Belle Tay-
of the Woman’s club. ^or> Miss Oleva Berger. Walter
Forest Grove, Ore.
There was busim ss, a short pro- Taylor and Benjamin Willard
and a luncheon.
Annie Froost, a woman well past
Miss Billie Burke, in “Peggy,” middle age, was taken to Salem
at the Star next Friday, the 12th. Ia*st
over to the
NOTES AND PERSON ALS This is the play that kept Ym a ylum at a™1 that turmsl
place. She has
in line at the Columbia, been slowly failing mentally for
A daughter was born to Mrs. standing
in Portland, for a week. Night the past fifteen years or more nd
Grace Ford Friday evening
Venia B. Inkley, Peter Fred Groa-
was adjudged insane the other
10c and 15c
and Marie Signet, John H. F.
Hancock & Wiles earn- Life. prices,
Naussbuumer, aged 17, atin.
and Mrs. Victoria Hat
Accident & Fire Insurance. 1-tf son John
W a s h in g to n < o u n ly K-i »tortai A sso c ia tio n
L. Martin and Jessie
N ew * H urn au
Mrs. Henry Swanson is vi-iting Plain-, was drowned in the Wil Forest Grove is looking forward
her son and daughter in Portland lamette near Sauvie’s island last to a treat Tuesd.v, May 16, at 3
In last week’s county seat news,
Highest price paid for Mohair Sunday while fishing. The bot.y p. m., at the Star Theatre. Sup F r a n k Circuit
was an item in regard to the
and Wool. A. G. Hoffman & Co. was recovered Monday and taken erintendent Inlow hat promised Nollsch. Mortgage forckxure to J. F. \\ illiams divorce case which
to dismiss all classes so that every the amount of $3500 with interest contained a few errors. It was
Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson home.
stated that Mr. Williams charged
visited friends in Portland yester-, Justice of the Peace Beach suf child in Forest Grove will have at 6 per cent.
with having accused
rare opf>ortunity of hearing Jennie M. Rule vs Alvin H. defendant
fered a fractured n o se an d a the
of her child
Miss Ruth Lannigan (who is of Rule. Divorce on th e alleged ren of Ixing presence
We will insure your auto against bruised knee when he stumbled national
reputation,) on “T h e ground of desertion and non sup an immoral life. Mr. and Williams'
an<* collision. Hancock over a fire
ust>d ¡n front
9-tf 1 : of his office by the sewer workers Children’s Hour,” of which so port. The defendant is alleged to complaint does not make that
particular charge and he asks this
Mrs. M. S. Shrock of McMinn- ^iondav He is confined to his much is being said. In fact, it is have left his home in May, 1903. correction.—(Ed
quite the fad of the hour. All and since that time the plaintiff
ville visited friends in this city ! kome>
the papers are full of the subject. has been complied to support
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
M. E. Putnam has relinquished The
Load your camera with Speed- his lease on the Laughlin hotel to give the parents and children h rrscif.
A. Kiulie Honkins «nil Mrs. Frank
ex Films for best results. Lit- and he and his family have gone I this rare treat. Admission 10c.
Edwin Moms Baker vs Helen Saturday were »hopping in the Grove
A. Davey Baker. Release from The Gaston achoo! played the Dilley
to Portland, while Mr and Mrs.
marriage contract which ¡salleg»*! school Friday at haaehall and the «core
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Howard of M. T. Sher ett, the owners of the
io be void Baker received a di- w*’ Mr*.
*4 U) J. 0 8. in I'ierjxint
f*v,,r <»f Dilley.
Yamhill were visiting Mrs. G. B.
lout her vuluahle
Sage and family Sunday.
, rived from Douglas county and Forest Grove Catholic church. vorce from his former wife in the little mare “ Nellie” lant
week by be
For Sale—Three, coming two- taken over the management of Sunday, of the engagement of state of Oregon and before the ing kicked by a vicious horae.
year-old heifers. All bred. C. the hotel. They like Forest Grove Miss Erma Agnes Adler and Wil required six months was up mar Two wagonloads of happy children
P. Fields, Banks, Ore., R. 1.
and will remain, if they can make liam Joseph Vandehey, the wed ried Helen A. Davey in the city from the Dilley school attended the
content at Hillsboro Saturday.
ding to be May 17, at 9 o’clock, of Tacoma, Wash. Plaintiff now s|>elling
Frank Benfer of Portland visit- the hotel pay.
Wilkea and children visit
ed his mother and other relatives Ed. Naylor yesterday disposed w>tb high mass. The bride-elect a<ks that any binding contract be ed at the William
Wilkea home on
in this city Tuesday.
of a two year crop of mohair, a i* f-he eldest daughter of Mr. and annulled and that defendant I k * Tuemlay.
Mra. C. J. Clark and Mrs. Bruce
Don’t forget Miss Billie Burke little over a ton, and. while he Mrs- William Adler, prominent allowed to retain h e r maiden i’nrkina
and baby were viaitora at the
in “Peggy” at the Star next Fri doe>n’t tell what he received, he residents of this city, and is one
home laat week,
day evening, May 12th. E.ght says he made money by holding i of the most popular as well as one
off for the right kind of a market. the most beautiful young ladies Katie Jansen prov«*s itself to be I to Portland on Gladya
Sunday to viait their
of this city. Miss Adler is an ac- rather a complicated affair, both mother, who is in a hospital.
compl hed m u s i c i a n and has parties alleging several things of
taught piano music for several the other. Plaintiff first alleges
years. Until her engagment she defendant to have attacked him
Built Low Down
was the organist of the Catholic with a hammer and caused his ar
is the only Spreader on the market guaranteed for FIVE church for some tirr.e. Mr. Van rest. He was then haled before a * ’ THE PURE FOOD S T O R E "
dehey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. judge in a Multnomah county
YEARS. We sell them; successful farmers use them.
George Vandehey, a prominent court, tried and released, com
farmer and hop growers of Green plaint being proved groundless
ville and is very popular in that Defendant, s o me t i m e later,
is ball-bearing in the reel and roller-bearing in the wheels, making it
section, where he has lived most caused his arrest in Washington
the lightest-running machine on the market. It is so easy to adjust a
of his life. Mr. Vandehey is also j county and the plaintiff w as
child can take care of it. Cost no more than the ordinary mower. I>et
us show you the difference. We are exclusive agents in Forest Grove
a musician, being talented on the taken befo-e Justice Smith in
violin, and was a member of the Hillsboro where he was again
choir for a number of years. Af-'tried a n d released, complaint Fancy Four-Crown S e e d e d
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO. ter wedding, the couple will live again being proved groundless, Ra i s i n s , our “ Reliance”
Plaintiff also alleges that defen-1 brand,
FOREST GROVE, ORE. in a bungalow on Pacific avenue. | dant
is of a nagging, complaining
Rural Carrier Kxammation
an d f.uit-flnd™ n a t u r e . In S ix boxes 54c
The United States Civil Service answer to complaint, defendant
Commission announces an exam.- demands divorce, attorney's fees, the regular 15c size; a guaran
nation for the county of Washing- Qne third of property and $1000 teed 90c value for 54c.
Urn, to 1« held at Forest Grove, | a,imony and costs.
Eat More Raisins!
Hillsboro and Gaston on Satur
day May 27, to fill vacancies In the Estate of Chas. Knapp. They are healthful and de
that may exist in said county. A Petition for probate of will the licious. Make Raisin Bread,
FRYE’S “WILD ROSE” BRAND
Postmasters at the places named appointment of appraisers and Pies and Cookies.
6 to 10-lb. Hams, per lb .......................20c
wdl furnish application blanks. th e confirmation o f Ardell F Obtain your Holiday supplies
10 to 12-lb. Bacon, per lb
6 to 8-lb. Bacon, per lb
Knapp as executrix. There is an now. Newest pack; will keep
Bacon Backs ....................... ...............
The annual “Gue^t Night” pro estate of probably $6700.
fresh till Thanksgiving and
Fresh Berries, Fruits and Vegetables
gram of the Woman’s club will be In the estate of Chas. Jacobson, Xmas.
held at Herrick Hall. Monday ev- L. P. Adams is petitioning for ap-
ening, May 8th. A musical pro- pointment of himself as adminis- SEE : OUR : WINDOW
Lord & Giguere
gram will be furnished by the or- trator.
chestra and the Chapmans. All
and Edith Roye,
club rm rubers are allowed to in- Guy F. Pollock
and' Pearl B.
vite one guest.
SECRETA RY .
Y VAG O N S
- AT THE OLD PRICE -
We bought a carload of
wagons before the raise
and will continue to sell
them at the old price.
This is $10 cheaper than
you can buy t hem in
Portland and the freight
Forest Grove, Ore
The County Seat
The Litchfield Manure-Spreader
The “Clarinda” Lawn Mower
Cured Meat Specials
The Pacific Market