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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1916)
Mrs. William Reumhaugh of
Illwaco, Wash., visited Mrs. J. S.
L. M. Graham departed last
Just Two Nights
even in« for Yreka, Calif., on a
timber land deal.
A. Baldwin, who was operated
jon three wteks ago, is feeling bet
ter than he has for some years.
Willis Hines, who has been
spending several weeks in eastern
Oregon, returned home Sunday.
During the past sixty days (inn and Ammuni
You'll not envy your rich neigh
tion prices have advanced from 10 to 20 per cent and
bors after you see “ The I’rice of
the end o f the rise is not yet. These advances have
Happiness.” Star Theater, July
bothered us so far, as we are fortunate in having
12 and 13; 5e and 10c.
300,000 rifle and 40,000 shot-gun shells
City Engineer Kirkwinwl carries
(just received) before the prices began to climb.
his left arm in a sling as the result
of having cut himself while pre
paring the family kindling.
Miss Elizabeth Tucker under
we will sell Rifles and Shot guns and shells for either
took to run a race backwards on
same prices as last year. A fter the supply now
the Eourth and fell in such a way
on hand is exhausted, we will be compelled to read
as to f acture one of her arms.
She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
just our prices.
J. M. Tucker.
Right now we can save you $2.00 on a case o f
Mrs. John Ahlgren and (laugh
ter. Eva. arrived last Thursday
from Streator. Il|., for a visit with
their son and brother, Ed Ahl
gren of Davids Hill and the family
of Wm. Kappel.
Lit tier’s Pharmacy has been
Phone 6 8 3
Forest (»rove, Ore
giving some of the best bargains
in stationery to be had any place,
and they will continue these big
cut-prices for another week. It
for div«»rce, a 11 f i f i n g that he in a
halmual drunkard a n d continually
will pay you to investigate.
com«« horn«- in a »tat« o f groan intox
Next Wednesday and Thursday
Miss Manche Linglev enter ication. Sh« «aka her maiden name
nights the Star Theater will pre
and the coat» o f the action.
tained a number of friends at a
sent Mary Poland in “ The Priee
L*ol« B. Oaken va. Millag« K. Oak««.
I of Happiness.” a startling society Fourth of July feast Tuesday. Suit for divorce, the plaintiff alleging
Those present were Rev. and Mrs. that the defendant ia guilty of cruelty,
drama, written to make the be
Holmes, Lulu and Halbert Holm«-», «leaerti »n. and improper co n d u c t. She
holder contented with her lot
aaka alimony, «mounting to $10 |a*r
I)r. and Mrs. Walker, Dr. and month.
Prices, 5c and 10c.
Mrs. Hrookhunk and two children,
Mrs. A. B. Caples and children Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams, I Philip C. f'eik in suing Imuia Ncilnon
for damagea, alleging that Neilnoti aa-
returned Monday from a visit a* Mary Olmsted and Mrs. and Miss aaillte.l
him with a cluh on the day of
Astoria. They were accompanied Manche Langley. After the din
___ June 17, knocked him down and ren-
on their return by Mrs. Caple.-’ ner the party went by U U to to
h,m unconscious. greatly injuring
sister, Mrs Maude Kinney, and Hiilsboro, accompanied by Mr. him. which haa resulted in ill health!
verging on a n e r v o u s break down.
little son, who will visit Mrs. Kin and Mrs Arthur Caples. T
1 )r arnl As a halm to his injured dignity and
ney's parents, M r. a n d Mrs. I M rs. Walkrr went on to Portland f,,T hi« humiliation, he «ak* $oo to pay
Buxton, and other rela , to the celebration, the rest of the
AND LEARN TRUE CONTENTMENT.
j .»(» mi for the hum iliation
company r e t u r n i n g to Forest p«i„ which he suffered. .„ d siots»Vör
(«rove 1 he Holmes and Williams punntive dam agea. f'eik is a resident
families and Mi«s Olmsted were
Huber district, a mil«* west of
guests to supper at the Langley
'* ■ sawm ill
home, after which the party went have ariMsn over lht.
, ^ th; r
The trustees o f th* For« st Grove
V P V H
Christian Science church last week * rt*atJ a? ' e' ‘‘ry ,n.lnutW
hich ha"d* of
Probate ( «»urt
t ... r o i
i was filled with merriment.
- 1 closed a contract with J. a. Loynes
In the Watt A. Hall eat«te valued at
The m«*ml»ers of the M. E. $SOOO. A petition haa l*e«*n tiled f«»rthe
Mrs. Guy Morley of Buxton ;s for the er«ction of a handsome
NOTES AND PERSONALS
and commodious house of worship ; Bible c lu ss and other membor» of I Hp|-omtrnent of Cha*. K. Hall aa ad-
visiting relatives in this city
, r, «h, in«
¡the congregation enjoyed a picnic miniatnitor.
JU-st w ts t of the F«jrest
_ . l i i v * u ( i i :nBon lawn
Joseph VA. Knock ia petitionir
Miss Thelma Via of Dallas, is ,
H. T. Buxton was in Portland
dinner on tne m . in Kouin. >n tawn the *|)|(ointmcnt of Lorena a . Cn
visiting relatives in thii
on business Saturday.
¡noon Mrs. A . F. Rogers, a mem- IueSf,ay ( being inclined toward a ^„dniatratrix in the « .u t e of M
Miss Ethel Dixon of this city
sane and enjoyable
observance of A. Knock. The value o f the eat
Hugh B. Watson and family de- ber of the congregation, lifted the th«* nation’s anniversary.
placed at $750.
spent the Fourth in Portland.
first shovelful o f d i r t for the j
H .C . Atwell was in Portland Part^ ,as* jT,atljrda>\/,or, their foundation. Men and teams are,
liacenrea were granted the
last week to attend to business.
now engaged in excavating for rnins and wife of Thatcher and past week t«> the following: Steve Va»
Margaret Burns and Una Em
the foundation walls.
Mr. lien Willard of F'orest Grove, 'lift H,1,j Bcrnadin« Classen o f Beaver-
erson were in Hillsboro Saturday. visited his mother in this city
The building is t o b e of red 1 were the dinner guests of Mr. i MeirJ'M.ifn M,nor Ro**
Miss Gertrude Allen is spend
press d brick, laid with white ' Herbert Deuell and his mother on — — —— ■
Miss Evelyn McKeeters visited
ing a week visiting friends in
mortar, will be
feet a n d 1 their farm near Dilley. Herbert
at the Buchanan home,
o f ! is the P. U. student who won
east of this city.
$6,000. The contract calls for j rec«»gnition last year as a reader.
Misses Lizzie and Jennie Arm
Miss M. h,. McIntyre, the mil- j
completion of the edifice by ¡accompanying the Glee Club last
strong were P o r t l a n d visitors
bner, has been visiting in Me- 0 c t .
U - THE PURE FOOD STORE "
Minnville for a few days.
. - j :— ¿ r
Idabelle and Margaret Burns
Mrs. W. N. Cover, who has
Mre. C L. \ anKoughnet is en-
announces new and lower price on
were visiting at the Hughes home
n c tertaining a half hundred ladies at
wo parties of Southern I acific cards and |unch at La kola farm
in Dilley Sunday.
Mrs. J. H. McFeeters and 1 pavingaPPen^citis, is slowly lm• railrord officials have v i s i t e d I this afternoon.
STAR * THEATER
War Talk Raises Prices
GUNS and AMMUNITION
Wed. 1 Thurs., July 12113
Do You Envy Your Rich Friends'.’
Until July 22d
“ The Price
A Picture that Will Make
Over Your Life!
5 c and 10c
P 0 H2 MARKET
daughter, Margaret, were Port-
land visitors Saturday
I he new officers of Washington
lodge, I. 0 . 0 . F., will be installed
by Deputy Grand Master Giltner
next Monday night.
Inland Cant rail, a nephew of
* The familieS of j . A Thorn - | F ™ * ^ * * ™ *
t^ rif fay’ at
which ame John M. Scott, the
burRh and M a y o r
motored to Portland Tuesday to genial general passenger agent,
chaperoned a r o u n d the 1°°P.
celebrate the Fourth,
1 raveling Passenger Agent N. M .
Lv 1 , the eight-year-old son of Kt.an 0f Chicago; J o s e p h W.
L a s t M onday’s P o r t l a n d
; Journal contained a rep
report to the
j ,*fTect that AI I»n g l, , editor
Hillsboro Argus, had plead guilty j
to having assaulted L. A. E«*rns-
worth, editor of the Banks Herald,1
and having paid a fine of $5.00
itJ jT d h h l e i t ^ l L -
1 g ™ Z ' W
‘ , X ‘ of
for his breach of the peace. F’d - ,
a i o \ f a sDent the F ru rth "? ful'y by fa! 11"* off a h.or:i‘' this' the S. S. Antilles, and Everett W. itor Fernsworth has joined the i
?h eH in eC home ?n t i k X 7
m« rnmg. No bones were fractured. Williams, traveling freight and National Guard an«J expects to
Dr. F.lkanah Walkerand daugh- passenger agent at Kansas City,, go to Mexico.
Ernest Troutman of North ter, Josephine, who have been Mo
Plains and Dorothy Fisher, a for- visiting relatives in this city, left
o n Tu-sdav A D Wick citv
m erForestG rove^iri, were mar- Saturday for a.prolonged visit to pa* sen ger agent at Portland; Ab
ried in North Plains
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r m n g bf.rt jp iioyd traveijni? freight1 Wanhinirton County tu torial Annociation
July 2. Both are graduates of our to China, where they are mission and passenger agent at Boston;,
; C E. Shankling, general agent at
Baltimore, Md., and S. C. Chiles,
The County Seat
The Warm Days Are Now Here
and every woman is entitled to an Oil Stove.
Come in and see the
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
Heats quicker than any other make; clean and odorless.
Sharpies Tubular Cream Separator
Is a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our best friends.
Selling agents for Litchfield Manure Spreaders, Smalley En
silage Cutters and Iron Age Cultivators and Seeders
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
Now is the time to lay in a supply
for the winter.
Golden I/iaf, the sack - $1.2i)
millled from choice selected Blue
Stem properly ag«*d hard wh«tat in a
m<slern ()r«-gon mill makca beat
possible bread, cakes and pastry.
White River, the sack - $1.40
The well known, high grade, hard
wheat flour that has stood the test
for quality baking.
White Mountain, sack - $1.50
Guaranteed absolutely to g i v e
best satisfaction and known as the
‘ ‘ Housewifes’ best friend on bake
day’ ’ A l w a y s use Flieschman’s
W. L. Tobey, et al, vs. James Scan- j
district agent at Buffalo, N. Y., Ian.
Compressed Yeast f o r p e r f e c t
Suit for the recovery o f $550 due
made the trip. The eastern men the plairititr on a certain note.
highly complimented Forest Grove | Daisy
Oonghlin vs. «,.
on the excellent water supplied -Suit for divorce. The plaintiff alleges Corvallis ‘ ‘Best” sack - $1.1»
the local depot, saying it was so that »He was grossly mistreated and
A high grade, blended medium
that the defendant has disregarded his
far above the average as to be a marriage vows. She asks $1800 ali- priced Patent bread an«l pastry flour.
| mony, to be paid in installments of
Special inducement on Fruit Jars
I $80.00 until the entire amount hits
and Sugar for canning season— Sec
The Liekok Companv
our window display for prices and
. ' I E. ' M.
Hoffman and Nichols Monday corporation, is suing
Lumber Company for
started up the loganberry juice amount
’0, for wages alleged to be
plant and are taking on quite a due Japanese laborers, with interest
the «hove sum and costH o f the
lot of the juicy logons, while the on
cannery is taking cherries and
Mary V. Cassidy vs. William I).
raspberries, with a few logans. Cassidy. Also a suit for divorce on the
N .H O F F M A N
The cherry crop is short, owing alleged ground« o f cruel and inhuman
tr«-atmentand non-aupport. The plaintiff
to the berries bursting from
Attorney At I^w
- ex alleges that on several occasions, be-
cessive moisture, but the logan j fore friends and relatives, the defend
Patent Office Business Solicited
crop is quite heavy, although they ant has falsely accused her.
are ripening rather slowly.
I Alma Ingle is suing Earl W. Ingle ForestGrove,
Cherries and Berries