The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, May 25, 1916, Image 8

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Murdered Driver’s
Body Discovered
NOTES ANI) PERSONALS j Ice cream at Shearer’s Sunday,
40,000 Pounds
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I Malcom Hawke is assisting at
Ice cream at Shearer’s Sunday, the Littler Pharmacy.
We will insure your auto against Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fleck vis- By telephone with Beaverton,
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fire, theft and collision. Hancock, ¡ted in Portland Sunday.
learns that the body
& Wiles.
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Mrs. Moore and little daughter of the a Express
resembling Fred Rist-
Mesdames John Anderson and were down from Hanks yesterday, i man, man
is b e 1 i t v e d to have
John McNamer were Portland Mayor Paterson an d family hauled who
in
his jitney to the Gore
visitors yesterday.
visited
relatives
in
Portland
Sun­
j
ranch
the
man who murdered
Load your camera with Speed- day.
ex Films for best results. Lit- Mr. and Mrs. B. Ortman and | Mrs. Helen Jennings on the night
of May 15th. was found in a patch
tler’s Pharmacy.
,
son.
Clarence,
were
in
town
yes-
of timber three miles south of
Miss Ella Braun of Portland, lm jay
Tualatin at an early hour this
visited friends in this city Satur- Mrs. J. M. „ Barber
, was taken to morning
by officers from this and
day and Sunday.
Multnomah
counties. The skull
a
sanitarium
in
Portland
last
Sat­
Mrs. Guy Stockman and son, urday.
on
the
back
of the head was
Quinton, visited with relatives in Mrs. Archie Bryant was opera­ crushed in, as from
a blow from
Portland last week.
behind.
The
face
is
so badly de­
ted
on
for
appendicitis
at
a
Port­
Samples set up, ready fur inspection. We feel
Mrs. Elmer Bennett, who was land hospital Monday.
composed
as
to
be
unrecognizable,
operated on at the Hillsboro hos­
but the clothing is very similar to
sure that if we can show you samples the Prices
Mr. and Mrs. John Heisler and that
pital last week, is doing nicely.
worn
by
Ristnmn
when
he
will induce you to buy.
Mrs. J. H. Hergert, living south daughter, Katie, of Gales City
of this city, was taken to Hi.'ls- visited friends in town yesterday. left Portland for his fatal ride.
Another Veteran Called
boro yesterday for an operation Mrs. John Vanderzander of
for appendicitis.
Verboort was taken to a Portland Taps sounded for another vet­
Pictures of the S. P. wreck near hospital this morning for an op­ eran of the Civil war at 6:30 last
Hillsboro will be shown at the eration.
when James R. Wdliams,
Star Theater tonight, along with Mrs. A. G. Hoffman and daugh­ evening,
resident of this
the regular program.
ter, Aileen, spent Saturday and a city highly-respected
passed
away
of
heart trouble,
Spray your trees well and get Sunday visiting with Mrs. W. F. after a lingering illness.
more and better fruit. Now is Powell in Portland.
Deceased was born at Ottumwa,
the time to use Arsenate of Lead. Mrs. Jessie C r a f t and little Iowa,
1846 and served in the
For sale by Littler’s Pharmacy. daughter arrived yesterday for a union in army
eighteen months, a
Forest Grove.
W. W. Goff, Ed. Wirtz and H. visit with the former’s aunt, Mrs. member of the Twenty-fourth left for Alaska the fin-t of the of Mr.
Mrs. ('hris Peterson gave a
B. Watson were in Portland yes­ C V. B. Russell, and other rela­ Iowa Infantry. He was united in week, where it is understood that party and
to
about 40 young frieiula in
terday, reshipping a carload of tives.
he intends to teach school.
marriage
with
Mi
s
s
Louisa
J.
nonor of their son. A royal time was
equipment to various purchasers F A. Moore, the grocer, was Mackey in Iowa in 1875 and, Among the old P. U. men who reported
by all the youngsters.
J. M. H iatt and family and Mrs.
in this state and Washington.
operated on at a Portland hospital with his wife and children, came have returned from their several Robt.
and children look din­
The infant daughter of Mr. and at 8 o’clock yesterday morning to Forest Grove seven years ago. schools the past week are Prof. ner with Halstead
the DeShazer'a Sunday.
Mrs. Albert Redetzke was chris- and at last accounts was doing He has. during his brief residence Bellinger and Prof. McCoy. Both Mrs. (’has. O’Neil will be hostess to
Matrons next Friday.
tened Sunday at the family home nicely.
in this city, earned by his industry have enjoyed visiting their old the Mrs.
W. S. Roberta of Portland is
on David’s Hill, with a large num­ Mrs. Carl Hoffman and child­ and courtesy, a large circle of friends and are often seen about visiting
W alter Wolf and
ber of friends and neighbors in at­ ren returned yesterday from an friends, who will join with the the beautiful campus or in the will remain with until Mrs.
after
Decoration Day.
relatives in mourning balls "f Marsh Hall. The old en­ Gale Grange invited Riverside
tendance.
extend'd visit with Mrs. Hoff­ sorrowing
Grange
virons evidently bring to mind over to have a good time last Saturday
his death.
The play given at the Christ­ man’s folks, the Heisler family, at for Mr.
and to say they hail a good time would
Williams has been ailing many pleasant memories.
ian church last Friday evening by Gales City.
putting it mildly. Firat came the
for
about
a
year
and
had
been
the Intermediates, “Hicks at Col­ Mrs. T. W. Peters and little
The Kappa Delta society enter­ lie
bounteous
aad then the mental
lege,’’ drew a good crowd and the daughter, Edna, of Portland visit­ bed-ridden for eight months.
tainer! the Gamma Sigmas in their feast. First dinner,
we listened to Prof. Shaw,
proved to be a very interesting
young actors pleased their audi­ ed at the Captain Peters home in Deceased is s u r v i v e d by a exquisitely furnished parlors last who
s|M*uker. All listened and wondered if
ence immensely.
widow
and
seven
children—Harry
Thursday
evening.
A
delightful
this city Saturday and Sunday, and Hardy Williams of Cripple program was furnished by the what he said could he done, the won­
Next Tuesday being a national returning
thing with different grasses and
After the p r o g r a m the derful
they questioned him, ami his answers
holiday, there will be no rural ening. to Portland Sunday ev­ Creek, Colo., Fred Williams of girls.
were full of information. Next came
mail d e l i v e r y and the Forest The V. S. Abraham and John Peonia, Colo., James Williams, Kappas s e r v e d a d e l i c i o u s others
to tell us things about farming
luncheon.
Mft.
Alta
Goley,
Mrs.
Easter
Grove general delivery window Templeton families are enjoying a
that
hail
not occurred to us, and last,
will be closed from 10 a. m. to visit from Miss Virginia an d Richardson and Mist Ethel Wii- Willamette University had no but not least,
came McAllister of the
j liams of this city.
union stock yards, and he talked pig
5:30 p. m.
trouble in winning the Council and
Master
Glenn
Abraham,
daughter
and roared like a hig buffalo.
Matt S. Hughes of Pasadena, and son of Dr. and Mrs. V. R. Funeral services will be held at Track Meet at McMinnville last Well, hojr about
time Austin Buxton
the Buxton chaf>el at 2:30 tomor- Saturday, May 20th. McMinn­ told us if we that
Calif., was elected bishop of Ore­ Abraham of Hood River.
ex|i«rted to get home in
time to milk the cows we had better be
gon at the general conference of While “Damaged Goods” deals ! row (Friday) afternoon, Rev. R. ville College won second place, j going.
It was after five o’clock ami we
and
P.
U.
third.
The
total
num­
E
Dunlap
officiating.
The
fun-
the Methodi-t Episcopal church with the sex question, those of
hadn’t noticed it. So McAllister prom­
ber
of
points
per
college
were::
i
eral
will
be
under
the
auspices
of
at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., la-t clean
to come hack and talk to us again,
minds need not fear to at­ the G. A. R. and W. R. C., de­ Willamette, 6&H; McMinnville, ised
week. Bishop Cooke goes from tend the
and
with
that we had to be content.
performances at the Star ceased having been a member of 44, and Pacific University 38} So we adjourned
and our picnic was
Portland to Helena, Mont.
Tuesday
and
Wednesday
of
next
over.
This
was
very
disappointing
for
the
local
post.
Interment
will
be
“Damaged Goods,” shown at
Mrs. Lily Maury is e x a c tin g her
P. U. Last year at Salem P. U .! brother-in-law
the Star Tue-day and Wednesday week. Admission, 10c and 15c. in Forest View cemetery
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
carried
the
day
by
13
points
over
S.
C.
Gillpstrick,
from Montana to visit
of next week, is a big subject, Last Tuesday J S. Buxton drove
Date Set for Rose Show
their
nearest
rival.
Last
year
W
.!
with
her
until
after
Deco-ation Day.
to
Portland
with
his
better
half,
j
shown in its true light. Come
Then Mrs. Maury e x a c ts to go hack
The date for Forest Grove’s U. had third place.
with clean thoughts and you will her mother, Mrs. Hampton; Mrs. Rose
has been set for Sat­ Miss Farnham and the Art with them for a short stay.
not be offended. Prices, 10c and Elizabeth Benfer of McMinnville j urday, Show
17th and it has been students gave a Picture Recital We will insure your auto against
15c. No children under 14, unless and Mrs W. C. Benfer of this ' decided June
to
have
two parades, one Tuesday evening at Herrick Hall. fire, theft and collision. Hancock
city.
The
roads
were
fine
and
the
accompanied by parents.
at
11
a.
m.
and
the other at 3 Interpretive studies were given of & Wiles.
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trip
proved
very
enjoyable.
James Park, teacher in the Pur-
p.
m.
several
of
the
most
interesting
din district, was the guest of hon­ Mrs. Nettie White, Mrs. Dor­ There will be first and second , pictures in the Hall in chronolog­
or at a surprise party given at othy Seymour and Mrs. Eva prizes for the following features in ical order, from the Italian Ren-!
Bailey’s hall Tuesday evening, Bailey of this city are in attend­
morning: Best decorated auto, aissance to the present.
when the majority of the school ance at the fiftieth annual con­ ine
best
decorated vehicle other than The track team go<*s to Salem
patrons spent a pleasant evening vention of the Oregon Grand
best decorated saddle horse,
the invitation Field Meet with
a t games, cards, dancing and Chapter of the P. E. O. Sister­ auto,
STOLLWERCK’S
with rider; best decorated bicycle for
Willammette
U..
McMinnville
feasting. Mr. Parks will go to, hood, which closed a three day or
motorcycle, best decorated float College and P. U. next Saturday.
Estacada next term
session at Portland today.
by lodge or society, best decorated I So
will be no baseball game
float from rur il dictrict, best float till there
the
following
Saturday.
(Purely Di^estable)
from town other t h a n Forest The recital given
last evening
Grove and one grand prize for the bv the intermediate pupils
the All the injurious substances
best decorated auto from any­ P. U. Conservatory of Music of was
are removed from the Cocoa
Built Low Down
where.
well
attended.
While
the
pupils
In the afternoon there will be taking part in the program were Bean by Stollwerck’s patented
is the only Spreader on the market guaranteed for FIVE
first and second prizes for the not advanced, they were not be­ pr oce s s . Recommended by
YEARS. We sell them; successful farmers use them.
best decorated carriage, the best ginners,
the eighteen numbers leading physicians.
decorated doll carriage by girls on the and
program,
consisting of
TRY A CAN!
between 4 and 8 years, the best piano and violin music,
were well
The POWERFUL
decorated wheelbarrow or wagon rendered.
no more than ordinary
by boys between 4 and 8 years. Tomorrow morning Dr. Boyd, I Costs
cocoa.
The doll carriages, wagons and pastor of the First Presbyterian
wheel barrows will form a part of church, Portland, will deliver an
is another machine we can recommend to our friends
the afternoon parade.
with confidence of satisfaction. Come and see it.
before the students and
The committee will meet Sat address
faculty
at
the chapel hour.
urday, June 2, at which time
Fancy Maine Corn
other features will be decided on.
A t the Book Store
3 cans for . . /
Ice cream at Shearer's Sunday. You will find just what you
Phone 663
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
(The regular value)
want
for
a
commencement
gift.
Mrs. J. C. Latta is visiting Books, S t a t i o n e r y , Traveling Our store will close at 9 a. m.
friends in the county seat.
Cases, Music Rol l s, Fountain on Tuesday, May 30, for Mem­
Mrs. Loren Jackson of Hillsboro Pens and many o t h e r articles orial day. Only one delivery
(8:30 a. m.) Order NOW.
visited Forest Grove friends Sat­ suitable for the occasion.
urday.
Come in and see them.
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
FRYE’S “WILD ROSE’’ BRAND
Mrs. Geo. Blythe was calling on Mrs.
6 to 10-lb. Hams, per lb
20c
Graves
afternoon.
Final examinations begin next Mrs. C. Monday
10 to 12-lb. Bacon, per lb
N. Johnson was hostess to |
22c
the G. L. R. club Thursday afternoon
Monday.
6 to 8-lb. Bacon, per lb.....
27 'A c
at h*sr beautiful home on Springhill. | J "THE PURE FOOD STORE
The
painters
are
giving
the
Bacon Backs
The rooms were decorated in terns and
roses and the house was filled with
gymnasium a new coat of paint. wild
Fresh Berries, Fruits and Vegetables
perfume. Three tables
This will enhance the looks of the of their 500 delicate
N. HOFFMAN
were played. Those making the
best scores were Mrs. Louis Misz, first:
“gym” a great deal.
Mrs. F. M. Sutford, second, and Mrs.
Attorney At Law
Ivan Donaldson, who has been Geo.
third. Ladies present be­
Phone 0301
Lord & Giguere
a student here for eight years, sides Hoar,
Patent
Office Business Solicited
the club members were: Mrfl.
Hoar, and Mrs. G rant Hughes,
had to quit school before gradua­ Geo.
-
Oregon
tion on account of weak eyes. He Mrs. Louis Misz and Mrs. Dr. Hinman ForestGrove,
Steel Barn Equipment
Steel Stanchions, Litter-Carriers, etc.,
at Lower Prices than ever before on
the Pacific Coast.
GOFF BROS.
Phone 683
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Forest Grove, Ore
Somethihff New!
COCOA
The Litchfield Manure-Spreader
SMALLEY ENSILAGE CUTTER
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
SPECIAL SALE
Cured Meat Specials
Phone 061
The Pacific Market
40c
Pacific University
PUnZ'NADKET
J.