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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1916)
The Litchfield Manure-Spreader
HAVE YOU NOTICED?
May Day Exorcises Friday
every time you buy anything nowadays
is the only Spreader on the market guaranteed for FIVE
festivities of Pacific University
YEARS. We sell them: successful farmers use them.
will be held. Festival plans this
year have been fuller and better!
But the dealer who does n large volume of business can
worked out than ever before. T h e !
large quantities before the raise. WE HAVE DONE
exercises on the campus will begin 1
and can sell you
at 10 o’clock with the procession 1
is ball-tHisrinjf in th e reel and ro ller-b earin g in th e wheels, m aking it
th e lig h test-ru n n in g m achine on the m a rk e t. It is so easy to a d ju st a
and the crowning of the May \
Plows, Harrows, Drills,
child can ta k e care of it. C ost no m ore th an the ordinary m ow er. Let
Queen, Miss Marie Wells. Miss
us show you th e difference. W e are exclusive a g e n ts in F o rest Grove
Wells will be attended by four j
fo r the
Maids of Honor, flower girls, a (
Stoves and Ranges,
crown bearer and a train bearer.
Mr. Dibble, p r e s i d e n t of the
Steel Barn Equipment
Student Body, will act a s Herald.
and many other stuple lines
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
Then will follow the Colonial cos
tume and Folk dances. The May
pole will be wound in yellow and
white, which are to be the pre-!
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
W e re g re t to h e a r o f the serious ill vailing colors of the happy 'oc and, in some instances, CHEAPER than you ever bought before
ness o f Mrs. Mike Boyd. She w as
Mr. and M rs. J . S. P ierpont will tak en to a hospital in P ortland last casion.
In the afternoon there will be a
move to F o rest G rove n ex t w eek, to be w eek.
game with the team from
n e a re r his w ork.
F. M. S u tfo rd is having some fancy
R iverside G range m eets in re g u la r chicken houses built. J . T. Eckley of Mount Angel. The return game
with Pacific College, skeduled for
session on F riday, May 12th. T h irty - P ortland, is doing the work.
Mrs. Tom Hundley w as able to leave this date, had to be postponed. A
rive candidates will be given th e first
th e hospital and re tu rn to her home
and second d eg rees. All G ran g ers w el last Sunday. She cam e through the bower will be erected in the grand-
operation fine and is glad to g e t home. stand where the Queen and her
Mrs. Louis Misz en te rta in ed th e G.
attendants will sit to witness the
J. N. Hoffman last week pur game.
L. R. club a t h er cozy home in F o rest
Grove, la st T hursday. The rooms w ere chased what is known as the
At 8 o’clock in the evening the
a ttra c tiv e , w ith purple lilacs, double Laura B. Stokes place, three miles May Day play will bo given in two teams were almost evenly invalid for several years, is now
n arcissu s and clu ste rs o f w istaria, all southwest of Gales City, contain Marsh Hall, to which the public balanced in playing ability, it is able to walk with the aid of only
a rtistc a lly a rra n g e d in b a sk e ts and ing 160 acres. Mr. Hoffman con is also welcome. The play is only fair to state that Webb, P. a cane, since a recent operation at
vases. T hree ta b le s w ere a rra n g e d for templates planting the place to “The Romancers” by the noted U.’s lone pitcher, was greatly a Portland hospital,
“ 500,” card honors fallin g to Mrs. English walnuts.
French play right, Rostand. There handicapped by the wet balls, as
Ben W ard of G aston, Mrs. H. B. W a t
Miss Manche Igingley last week
three acts in the play, each of he is not a “.spit ball” expert;
Mrs. Allan Rice is in a Portland
son o f F o re st G rove and Mrs. Ross. h( spital, where she has submitted which contains not only romance, while the McMinnville pitcher, spent several days in Portland,
Mrs. A. A. H all and Miss P earl a ssist to an operation.
real or attempted, but humor that Brown, uses the “spit ball” a assisting her brother L. L. Lang
ing the h ostess w ith th e re fresh m en ts.
is sure to amuse and entertain.
great deal The advantage of the ley, in the trial of a case in the
Those enjoying th e aftern o o n w ere
T. B. HAND LEY
It. , rain gave the “ Mac” players is federal court, the action being for
Mrs. Ben W ard o f G aston, Mrs. Roy
F o r S ta te S en ato r 24th D istric t com tmings program wi I be the “ High- obvious. In the track meet in the damages asked by the mother of
M cBride, M rs. F ra n k C ro w thers, M rs. prising W ashington, Lincoln, Yamhill land rung.
which will be pre- afternoon the two colleges til'd for a hoy who was drowned off the
F. M. S u tfo rd . M rs. J a m e s Pollock, and Tillam ook counties.
dancing girls in honors, each making a total of 61 ”J. N. Teal” in Snake River.
I w as born in W ashington county .'14
M rs. H erm an S aling, M rs. J . W.
poinLs. Lucas, P. U.’s star all The Langleys were ap|>earing for
y ears ago, being a son o f the late T.
H ughes, M rs. C. A. B rodersen o f Dil- B. H andley, a tto rn e y , a W ashington
A couple of days before the round athlete, was easily the star the mother and obtained a judg
ley, and Mrs. S. H atfield, M rs. Ross, county pioneer, and have sp en t my e n May Day exercises at McMinn of the track meet. Considering ment in the sum of $5,500.
Mrs. H. B. W atson, M rs. A. A. Hall tire life in Tillam ook and W ashington ville the faculty decided to give the wet condition of the field P.
counties. H ave practiced law in T illa
Hancock & Wiles have $26,000
and Miss P earl Hall.
mook county 9 years, w as elected R e the students a holiday on Friday U. was lucky to get what she did
loan on farms.
Mrs. H enry W olf w as shopping in corder o f Tillam ook 4 te rm s receiving provided enough students accom in both contests.
th e Grove S atu rd ay .
h ig h est vote c a st a t each election, also panied the b a s e b a I 1 and track
A good number turned out last
Mrs. H erm an Schultz o f P ortland D istrict A tto rn ey o f th a t county and teams to charter a special car.
evening to hear Rev. Fe-
sp e n t th e w eek-end w ith h er aunt,
counties in la st tw o sessions o f L egis "H ap” Morgan took the matter nenga give his illustrated lecture
M rs. F. M. S u tfo rd .
la tu re . H ave alw ays been a R epubli in hand and the necessary number on “The Castles of the Rhine.”
Mrs. W. S. V an m eter and M rs. can.
One of the nicest programs J " T H E PURE FOOD STORE ~
If nom inated and elected will give
G roendyke w ere G rove v isitors S a tu r
of the time, given
at the college this year was
of my d istric t p articu larly and O regon those who went to “ Mac” rep >rt the graduating recital given last
M rs. F ra n k C ro w th ers and Mrs. generally. W ill oppose any change in , a good time.
evening by Miss Freda Acker,
H enry Hecox w ent to C herry Grove on f aw s passed by people unless such
S a tu rd a y to visit w ith th e ir husbands, change is fo r b e tte r en fo rcem en t o f the forenoon. For the first time this mezzo soprano, and Miss Elida
who are w orking in th e mill a t th a t law. I have no in te re sts to serv e but season P. U. lost. The final score lyoynes, pianist, with Miss Mar
th e Public and I will give you my best
garet Keep, accompanist. Miss
was 3 to 2 in favor of the Baptists. Alvena Howard played the or
Miss N e ta T atro o is home again a fte r
Your su p p o rt is resp ectfu lly solicited. : While the score ¡0(110311*8 that the
chestral parts on the second piano,
an extended sta y w ith frien d s a t N orth
T. B. H A N D L E Y .
j A full house enjoyed the beauti-
D . #
ful renditions of vocal and piano
' Report of the Condition of the
music by these promising young
; Conservatory of Music, under the
--------------------AT TH E--------------------
At Forest Grove, in the State of Ore*», attkcidirection of Prof. Frank T. Chap-, In spite of recent market ad
clove of bovine« on May lit. 1916
vances, our ‘‘Purity” Home
D O U .A R .S
I>oan* and disco u n t»
Manager Hoffman of the Star
O v erd ra ft* , u n se c u re d
U. S. bond» d ep o site d to »ecure
Theater has, at considerable ex Picnic Ham» at 14c per 11»
circu latio n (p a r value)
pense signed up for the Triangle Boneless Cottages (Rolled
Bond» o th e r th a n U. S. bond*
pledger! to »«cure p o stal sav
service four nights a week.
ing» d ep o sita
$ 1.000 oo
S e c u ritie s o th e r th a n U. S.
18 to 20c lb
bond» (not in clu d in g s to rk s)
afternoon at 2:30, with “ Peggy”
ow ned unpk*lged
T o tal liondi, se c u ritie s etc.
a s a n eight-reel feature. T h e
tio n to sto ck o f F ed
Evening, First Show 7:00 S u e b ral sc rip R eserv
e B ank
i same film for two shows in the
I> ms am o u n t u n p aid 1,800 00
5c and 15c
Second, 9:00-10c and 15c V alue
• -vening the first at 7 and the Tenderloin hack Bacon,
of b an k in g house (if u n
encu m b ered )
at 9 o'clock. Matinee
half or whole strip
4.000 00 s e c o n d
F u r n itu r e an d F ix tu re *
R eal e s ta te owner! o th e r th a n
b a n k in g house
! 15c. Miss Billie Burke is the star
N e t am o u n t d u e from For!oral
Attend Free Demonstration at
R eserve Bank
N e t am o u n t d u e fro m ap p ro v ed
our store — May 11, 12 and 13.
re se rv e a g e n ts in N ew York,
C hicago and S t. Louis
James Cronin, of San P’rancisco,
t d u e fro m approved
TRIANGLE FILM COMPANY’S $200,000 Production, Featuring N e re t se am rv o e u n ag
en t* in o th e r re
of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cronin,
27.275 36 28.857 38
N e t am o u n t d u e fro m han k s
an d hanker*
(o th e r th a n
O th e r check« on hank* in th e
Harry Brodersen, son of Mr.
nam e c ity o r to w n a s re p o rt
Eight Fascinating Reels! Two Hours’ Entertainment ! ing hank
Mrs. C. A. Brodersen of near
O utnide ch eck s and o th e r canh
who has been a semi-
F ra c tio n a l c u rre n c y , nickles
Built Low Down
The Price Has Advanced
The “Clarinda” Lawn Mower
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
ALL AT THE OLD PRICES
Forest Grove, Ore
P U R E T
P irst National Bank ?,rtists- *ho
STAR -k THEATER
Friday, May 12
“P e g g y ”
Miss Billie Burke
Your liberal patronage means more of these
high-class Triangle productions for Forest Grove.
Matinee 5c & 15c
Night 10c & 15c
an d centn
N otes of o th e r n atio n al ban k s
Coin and certificate*
R edem p tio n fu n d w ith U. S.
T re a s u re r and d u e from U.
8. T re a s u re r
C a p ital stock paid in
S u rp lu s fu n d
U ndivided profits and reserv ed
fo r ta x e s an d sa v in g s in te r
C irc u la tin g n otes o u tsta n d in g
Individ u al d ep o sits su b je c t to
Cured Meat Specials
FRYE’S “ WILD ROSE” BRAND
6 to 10-lb. Hams, per l b .......
10 to 12-lb. Bacon, per lb
6 to 8-lb. Bacon, per lb.........................27He
Bacon Backs...................... .......................... 18c
Fresh Berries, Fruits and Vegetables
The Pacific Market
Lord & Giguere
The “Tru-Blu Girl”
will be at our Store Three Days, beginning
48,700 00 j
C e rtific ates of d ep o sit d u e in
less th a n 30 d ay s
P ostal sav in g s d ep o sits
D eposits req u irin g notice h u t
less th a n 30 d ay s
T otal dem and d ep o sits
C ertificate* o f d ep o sit
8,871 64 '
O th e r tim e deposit*
R ed isco u n ts w ith F ed eral Re
se rv e Bank
Bills p ayable, in cluding obliga
tio n s re p re se n tin g
T o tal
« T A T E O F O REG O N .
CO U N TY O F W ASHINGTON. 88.;
I, E a rle O. B uxton, flash ier o f th e above-
nam ed bank, do solem nly sw ear t h a t th e above
s ta te m e n t is tru e to th e b est of m y k n o w led g e and
E A R L E O. B U X TO N , C ash ier.
S ubscribed and sw orn I C O R R E C T A T T E S T :
to b efo re me th is 10th I Roy H esseltin e.
day of May, 1916,
I A llan Rice,
W A L T E R ROSW U RM . W. K. N ew ell,
N o ta ry Public,
D irecto rs.
My com m ission ex p ires
M arch 3rd, 1917.
TODAY-Thursday, May 11th
DEMONSTRATING THE GOODNESS OF
She Will Be Delighted to
Schultz Pure Food Store