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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1916)
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Mrs. D. T. Stevens of this city
every time you buy nnything nowadays
was operated on at a Portland
Mrs. F. D. Gardner and little
j daughter, Roma, are visiting the
But the dealer who does a large volume o f business can
i in Astoria.
buy large quantities before the raise. WE HAVE DONE
Howard McGill h a s secured
THIS and can sell you
work with a right-of way gang
W agon s, Buggies,
Plows, Harrows, Drills,
working out of Portland and left
yesterday to begin work.
Mrs. G. A. Gilmore entertained
Stoves and Ranges,
a few of her lady friends at a
500 party Tuesday afternoon,
Steel Barn Equipment
¡serving an excellent lunch after
and many other staple lines
Frank Carmack hits traded his
home in this city for property in
Hillsboro and will move his family
there, to be nearer his work in and. in some instances, CHEAPER than you ever bought before.
the condenser in that city.
T w enty-one members of the
1014-15 High School Alumni spent
Sunday afternoon picnicking at
Roderick Falls and the members
of the party report a very enjoy
“ Damaged Goods” has been
more talked about than any other
photo play in recent years. It
teaches a lesson that you cannot
Dainty refreshment* were served and
afford lo miss. Star Theatre, May
John Johnson Laid to Rest
game* and music were the event* of
30 and 31.
Funeral services for the late the evening.
If the w e a t h e r clears, Van- John Johnson, who passed away
Mm* Kuth Patton ia rapidly improv
Koughnet & Sparks expect to la- at Vancouver, Wash., Tuesday, ing and it ia thought ahe will aoon be
gin picking strawberries tomorrow May 9th, were held at Yamhill ahle to attend a,'hool again.
afternoon. This is the first patch Christian church last Friday, Rev.
The Senior claaa announcea ita bac
the Express has heard of ripe Sawyer of Vancouver preaching calaureate aermon Sunday evening,
enough to pick.
the sermon. The Masonic burial May 2l*t, at the Christian church, with
Frank Willard Emerson, lectur service was rendered at the grave. aermon by Re*. J. Francia Aahley.
ing under the auspices of the Ore Services had also been held at The program fur graduation will tie
gon Prohibition State committee, Limber’s chapel, Vancouver, be given Friday evening. Muy 2*$th, at the
will speak at the court house in fore the body left that city.
Hillsboro Saturday evening, May
In addition to the relatives from
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
20th at 8 o ’clock. A d m i s s i o n this city. W . H. Hoi is. C. O. Roe
Mr. and Mr*. C. A. liroderaen re
and Rufus Cheney of this city and
Mr. and Mrs. L. Hershberger J. W. Hughes of Dilley attended turned Saturday from Grant* Paaa
and family left Monday for their the funeral, as well as many old where they were attending the State
new home in Hopewell. Their! friends from Yamhill county.
Grange. They re|*>rta fine time.
former home here will be taken
Mra. C. N. Johnson will entertain
possession of in a few days by :
the G. L. R. club on Thursday.
Memorial Day Preparations
Mr Gibson of Hopewell. Mrs. ;
Frank Crowthers ha* been home the
Hershberger’s mother, Mrs. M. | The members of the local G. A . 1 pa*t week, putting in hi* garden, hut
R. post and W. R. C. are prepar
E. Dilley, will follow the first of
to observe Memorial Day on returned Sunday to the mill, where he
is working for the summer.
Tuesday, May 30. by appropriatt*
Mrs. Mike Boyd, who ha* been very
Manager Hoffman of the Star exercises at the hall and the dec
Theatre announces that he has oration of graves of comrades ami ill, is rejiorted out o f danger and will
secured ‘ Damaged Goods,” a sev their wives who have answered si*>n be able to return home.
Mr*. Bud Dilley went to Hillsboro on
en-reel sensation, for Tuesday and taps.
Wednesday, May 30 and 31. On 1
The old boys extend the usual j Mrs. VanMeter and Mrs. Sutfonl
Tuesday afternoon there will be a
for civic societies to ' were looking after business matters in
matinee. Children under 14 must
the exercises of the tlie Grove on Tuesday.
be accompanied by their parent!
A truck-load o f baseball far.! ac
to secure admission. Prices 10c
companied the Dilley team to Orcnco
Aged Woman Called
Saturday. The boys played a losing
F. A. Moore, the Pacific Avenue
game, three of their star players be
merchant, returned home Sunday
ing absent, blit the boys were good
from a month’s absence, during, 77. passed away at the home of losers, for they were just as noisy
which he visited relatives in Texas
living in the Spring Hill district, i coming hack as they were going.
and Mi.wssippi. He was reared
In the contest for membership be
Thursday and the remains
in the Lone Star state, but had
were taken to Portland the fol tween the Riverside Grange and the
been away for 27 years, conse
Gale Grange o f Forest Grove, the Gale
quently he found many changes lowing day for interment. Tu Grunge lost, so they will serve the
berculosis was the cause of death.
since his last visit. He reports
banquet to the Riverside Grange on
Texas very prosperous, but hotter
Saturday, May 20th. A fine program
than is good for a man of his
has been prepared.
build, so he was glad to get back ' Mrs. Anne Belle Faulkenberg
where the nights are cool. He passed away Monday at the home
says small grain is harvested and of her mother, Mrs. R. E. Squires,
of Cornelius, aged 42 years. Ser
corn is being laid by.
vices were held at the Adventist
church in Cornelius at 9:30 yest v “ THE PURE FOOD STORE ‘
Dora J. Wurfel Called
Dora J Wurfel passed away at erday morning and the body was
interred in the West Union cem-
St. Vincent’s hospital, in Portland,!
etery, Undertaker Buxton of this
Three Days’ .
last Sunday, aged 42 years, and city officiating.
the body arrived at Haines Sta
tion Tuesday morning and, after
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
services in the Verboort Catholic j
Miss Beth Potwin was absent from
church, was interred in the Ver
S M O K E D
M E A T S
Deceased was the daughter of illness o f her mother.
School was dismissed from 10 a. m. ; In spite o f the recent market ad
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Peters, now
until 1 p. m. last Friday and the pupils
vance, we offer:
deceased, and leaves a husband
and one daughter, aged 15; two went to Pacific University to see the | Shoulder or Picnic Hems, lb 12 l-2c
May Day exercises.
brothers, John A ., living near this
Cottage Rolls, lb .................... 14c
The sale of the Optimist has been
city and Martin A . of Portland,
Back Bacon, lb
very good and everyone who buys seems
and three sisters, Mrs. Anna Van-
to be very much pleased and say that
Regular Hams, lb
Colen and Mrs. Kate Broeren of
it is the best Forest Grove has ever
Side Breakfast Bacon, lb
Portland and Mrs. Dina Spiesz-
hart of Roy.
This smoked meat, not our own
H A V E Y O U N O TIC E D ?
The Price Has Advanced
A LL AT T H E OLD PRICES
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
to loan on farms.
Paul Schultz had business in
Judge Robert Stevenson was in
town on business Tuesday.
Money to loan—Valley Realty
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
Miss Alma Hubbard of Port
land visited friends in this city
We will insure your auto against
fire, theft and collision. Hancock
Prof. C. W. Hawthorne, from
above Soda Springs, was in this
We have Arsenate of Lead in
both forms, Paste or Dry. Lit-
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grove
of Gales Creek visited their son,
Burt, and t r a d e d with local
Rev. J. N. Ward was appointed
to the Forest Grove and Hillsboro
Free Methodist churches at a
conference held in Portland Mon
Having finished the teacher’s
short course at Oregon Normal
school at Monmouth, Miss Mar
cella Richards returned home Sat
Mrs. Shannahan is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. J. T. Cleeton, in
Mrs. E. G Mills entertained
the M E. Aid society yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Johnson
and son of Portland visited Forest
Grove friends last Friday.
Mrs. H. R. Ernmott of Hills
boro attended the recital by Miss
House's music pupils in this city
Mrs. Blanche Richards spent
Sunday and Monday in Portland,
transacting business and visiting
her son and daughter there.
George Hancock, Forest Grove’s
candidate for sheriff, lost a week
of campaigning by being ill last
week, but he has put in the great
er part of this week visiting the
P. W. Crane, a thrifty and well-
to-do farmer of Union Grove,
Wisconsin was an unexpected
visitor at the home of the Arm
strongs o n Wednesday.
were old-time neighbors of the
Badger state. Mr. Crane arrived
in Los Angeles in October and re
mained there all winter. He was
quite favorably impressed with
our salubrious winter climate and
he is now on his way east, by way
of Seattle and St. Paul.
M E T ? MARKET
The Litchfield Manure-Spreader
Built Low Down
is the only Spreader on the market guaranteed for FIVE
YEARS. We sell them; successful farmers use them.
The P O W E R F U L
is another machine we can recommend to our friends
with confidence o f satisfaction. Come ar\d see it.
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
FOREST G R OVE, ORE.
Cured Meat Specials
FR YE ’ S “ WILD ROSE” BRAND
6 to 10-lb. Hams, per l b ...................
10 to 12-lb. Bacon, per lb......................... 22c
6 to 8-lb. Bacon, per lb..........................27j^c
Bacon B acks................................ ............... 18c
Fresh Berries, Fruits and Vegetables
The Pacific Market
Lord & Giguere
Forest Grove, Ore
Rev. Holmes spoke at the Bchool
last Wednesday. His subject
A Successful Recital
was "The Penitentiary.” Mr. HolmeH
The music pupils of Miss Liola is interested in the reform movement
House gave a recital at the Con o f this work and his talk was very in
gregational church parlors M on teresting and enjoyed by ail.
day evening last that was well at
Miss Florence Thornburgh spent the
tended by lovers of music and week-end with her parents at Banks.
every one of the nineteen numbers
The baseball game played with Van
was liberally applauded. Those couver last Saturday was met with
taking part were Cecil Ernmott,1 better results by the Forest Grove High
Frances Ball, J a m e s Randall, boys, the score being 8 to 2 in favor
Florence Bryant, Robert Jones, o f the locals.
Dorothy Seymour, Tinah Bechen,
On Tuesday the Senior class had its
Clara Cas«', Margaret Hoyt, Lena picnic. They went to Soda Springs and
Eichler, Nona Pritchard, Marian returned at a late hour, all having had
F o s t e r , Eva Pitman, Juanita a very nice time.
Wolf, Winnifred Pitman, Grace
A Junior party was given last Satur
Myers and Elizabeth Seymour.
day at the home of Miss Camilla Mills.
cure, but country-cured, will give
good satiafadtion, in consideration
o f price.
“ The Modern Milkman”
85c DOZ supreme $3.35
All Condensed Milks have
advanced this week.