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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1916)
NOTES AND PERSONALS
Gail Miller was in Portland,
C. A. Littler was a Portland
Red Raspberries for sale. Mrs. ■
W aahlnjft«#n C o u n ty M l tori »I A aa orla tlon
on anything in the line of
N fw * llur«uiu
J. E. Pogue, phone 0145.
The Express prints butter wrap-
Hancock & Wiles carry Life, I
j>ers with non-poisonous ink.
& Fire Insurance.
A suit to foreclose mortgage
Ladies’ and Gents’ Underwear
Miss Gertrude Allen is home af
ban been fiU*<l by Margaret Scrog-
half price ; Children’s regular
gin against C. E Kennedy, et al„ Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf ter a two weeks' visit in Portland. I
25c hose, 2 pair for 25c.
John Rice of Varley spent Mon
The Hughes family of Dilley
for the wum of $2,400 with inter
were in town Monday on busi
Comer Third St. and Pacific Ave
est at 6 per cent from the seventh
We will insure your auto against ness.
day of October, 1915.
Alice S. Devereaux vs. C. M. fire, theft and collision. Hancock
Ruth Putnam of Hillsboro was
I .aw ton, et al Judgment asked & Wiles.
a visitor in the Frost home in this Monday. Mrs Thorpe is survived
for $2075, with interest at 7 per
by a daughter, Miss Bessie Thorpe,
Hancock Hi Wiles have $25,000 city Sunday.
Go to McFarlane Bros, for
cent from December 3, 1918.
to loan on farms.
Charles Hancock is installed at of Portland, and a son. S. Mont your silo staves, 2x6x32, all ready
Erwin D. Mead is suing Edna
Found—Umbrella, which can the cannery to work the rest of gomery Thorpe, of Richmond, N. to put up, at 60c each.
J.; a sister, Mrs. Emily Carey, of
A . Mead for divorce, alleging that be recovered at this office.
M c F a r l a n e B r o s .,
the canning season.
Cleveland, and a brother, Newton
the plaintiir has found fault with
Mrs. Harriet Cheadle and Miss
Major, of Cornell, N. Y.
his station in life and applied vile
Ada Taylor spent Saturday in ited Saturday at the McFeeters
names to him and refused to live
Free Methodist Church
home in this city.
with the plaintiir.
Sabbath school 10 a. m., preach
Mrs. L. M. Ingersoll left Satur
We will insure your auto against
Joseph Sax vs. R. A. Sax and
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., prayer
fire, theft and collision. Hancock day for a ten-day visit at Oregon
Olive Sax. The plaintiff a ks
on Wednesday evening at
City and Gladstone.
Roy Hesseltine, president of
judgment against the defendants
8 p. m. All are welcomed.
S. G. M o r g a n and family the First National Bank, with his
Warranty deed and mortgage
for $250, alleged to be due on a
J. N. W o o d , Pastor.
note signed by the latter with in blanks for sale at the Express motored to Gladstone Sunday to family, accompanied Mr! and
enjoy the chautauqua.
Mrs. Walter Roswurm, in the
Ben Willard closed a deal for
terest at 8 |**r cent per annum office.
Mrs. Samuel M a r s h a l l and latter's car, on a trip over the the sale of the entire crop of hay
Attorney L. L. Langley of Port
since November 24, 1915.
H. C. Libby hits filed suit for a land had legal business in this mother, Mrs. Brickey, were Port Columbia Highway, as far as the on the college campus, winter oats
fish hatchery at Bonneville, last and vetch and spring oats, the
land visitors Thursday.
divorce from Dorris Libby, alleg city Saturday.
ing, chiefly, that the defendant
Mrs. Patrick and daughter, Sunday, and Mr. Hesseltine is first of the week. Prof. E. G.
George Hancock and family
caused his arrest in Portland some motored to McMinnville and Dorothy, were at Gladstone Sun- now and henceforth an enthus Webb, who teaches the Watts
iastic booster for the highway and school, west of town, is the buyer.
time ago on a charge of nonsup- Amity Sunday.
1 day to enjoy the chautauqua.
the scenery the Great Painter has
port from which he was freed.
Henry Fogle and wife are re
Mrs. Dean Clarke returned this
For Sale— $45 Rambler bicycle,
He alleges that the arrest and week from Pockaway beach,where joicing over the arrival of a fine strewn along the way.
fine c ndition, almost new,
Mr. Hesseltine says he has seen
notoriety caused him much anxil*ty i he has been some time
nine pound baby boy Saturday,
if taken at once. Apply in
the wonders of Niagara, the prir-
Francis Taylor went Sunday to July 8.
cipal national and state parks of morning at Watkins’ Bicycle Shop.
Mary R. Miller vs F. T. Kane. Sundale, where he will spend the
Miss Evelyn Patton and Edwin America and parts of Canada and
Suit for judgment for the sum of
summer working for his cousin, Secour left Sunday evening for a has traveled some of the most
$125 and the costs of the action. M. A. Rice.
short visit at the former’s home famous au o roads of America,
Rebecca Wilkes vs. Orton A.
Mrs. Nena Judson left the fore near Carlton.
but the Columbia highway, for
Graham, et al. Suit to foreclose
Mr. and Mrs. John Wirtz of excellence of roadway and beauty
part of the week for Livingston,
mortgage, upon which is due $350
Montana, where she will spend Tillamook are home for a short of scenery, beats anything he has
with interest from 26th of May,
visit with their daughter, Mrs. so far seen, with the possible ex
1913, at 7 per cent
Mrs. Cheadle and Francis Tay Earle Buxton.
ception of Niagara, which is. of
E. M. Van Lorn vs. Edith H .j
Miss Margaret Brown arrived course, more colossal than any
Chance, et al. Suit to foreclose
mortgage for the sum of $950 with at Varley, at the home of John Sunday from Kansas City, Mo., thing on the Columbia. But
1 for a visit with her aunts, Misses , Niagara is a lone attraction, while
interest at 8 per cent from the Rice and family.
there are hundreds of beauty spots iOL SAN FRANCISCO
Mr. and Mrs. Will Rafferty and Belle and Dee Darling.
5th day of May, 1915.
Oregon’s famous highway.
The county clerk’s office has Mrs. Rafferty's m o t h e r , Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. B. Russell
Quite a number of other Forest
filed a report of $496.50 in fees Busby, left Saturday for a month’s and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Me-
Good for 30 Days
collected in the month of June vacation at Kockaway beach.
! Eldowney attended the Chautau Grove people took the trip Sun
Ninety-day Ticket 335
and the office of recorder reports . For Sale— 1014 Twin Indian qua at Gladstone last Sunday and
Meals and berth included on the
a collection of $423 06.
motorcycle; p e r f e c t condition, report that Miss Peterson of this Frank Allen, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Twin
Palaces S.S. Northern Pacific
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tandem, I’resto-lite, speedometer, city sang a solo as part of the
and Great Northern— only 26 hours
family, W . F. Stockman and fam at sea. Most delightful trip on the
Planning a Big Time
$125. Roy A. Watkins. 27-tf
ily of this city and Henry Har- West Coast.
St. Anthony’s Church of Forest; Prof. William Lyman, a gradu
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Taylor,
rineton of Hillsboro, J. E. May
Grove is laying plans for a “ Har j ate of Pacific University, who is
who have been in Washington
family of this city and E. J.
vest Fete,” which will take place 1 now an instructor in Whitman
since March 18th, returned home
and family of Hillsboro,
the last week of August, com College. Walla Walla, Wash.,
last Thursday evening for a short
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mertz and
mencing the 28th, which promises 1 visited old friends in Forest Grove
stay. Bob has been doing car-
Miss Nora Smith of this city and
to surpass anything of the kind Sunday.
i penter work for the Carnation
Dr. and Mrs. Webster of Port
ever given in these parts. Adver-j
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Munkers Milk company at Everson, Ev land.
Using has already commenced anti ]
Tuesday - Thursday - Saturday
and children returned to their erett. Seattle, Monroe and other
as soon as the plans are somewhat
home, near Schofield, Sunday, points and he and four others are
perfected notices will appear in
Low Fare« for Round T7* A Q f f l
after a week’s v i s i t with the here to make some improvements ing for the Southern Pacific at Trips to all cities o f the L / x O -L
this paper It is expected to bring
Shearers and other Forest Grove at the local plant of the company. Oakland, was home Saturday for Direct via the Most Scenic Routes
in the entire Catholic population
They are both in good health a brief visit. He left Sunday for of America, or via California.
relatives and friends.
of Washington county at least, 1
now, although Mrs. Taylor had a Corvallis where he is to w’ork on
CLATSOP BEACH FOR VACATIONS
and amusements will be furnished ; Mr. and Mrs Duvall and two
siege of whooping cough while construction for the same com
for the whole week. Dinners will daughters and Mrs. H. M. Young,
J. E. FARM ER, Agent
be served every day, and the en -1 all of Portland, visited Mr. and
J. E. Loomis and family and
Forest Grove, Ore.
tire change of program every af-1
Misses Margaret and Caryl M c
Mrs. M a n d a n a C. Thorpe,
ternoon and evening. It i» an
Feeters motored out to the Fran
of the late General Thomas
advertising campaign, and prom
cis Chalmers hmne, near Shefflin, J N . HOFFMAN
Roy Watkins of this city and J. Thorpe, well known in this
ises to do much for Forest Grove.
R. Peterson and Bert Eling of city, died in Portland last Friday,
Watch for the notices
Attorney At Law
Portland had fair luck in fishing aged 73. Mrs. Thorpe was the
Howard Reeher left for Wilson Patent Office Business Solicited
More Recruits Wanted
on the Wilson river last Sunday, daughter of Colonel and M rs., river Tuesday after a week’s visit
Postmaster Wirtz has received having caught ninety legal-sized John Major and was born in Kerr in this city.
and posted in the postoffice lobby ' trout.
Valley, N. Y., in 1843, was m ar-,
a telegram calling for 700 recruits I
to Thomas Thorpe, then
J. R. Ballard of Independence,
for the Third infantry, now on
formerly associated with J. C. lieutenant-colonel in the 130th
American - Mexican border. Ap Lenneville in the black.-mithing New York regiment, in 1862 and
plicants must be between 18 and business in this city, but now a went around the country singing
35 years of age and in good health. j Polk county prune growth, had patriotic songs to encourage en
Apply at recruiting station, Camp business in town Monday.
listment in the union army.
Withycombe, Clackamas, Oregon.]
General and Mrs. Thorpe and
Mrs. Orval Hutchens returned
The Oregon Electric company' Tuesday from Banks where she family came to Oregon in 1891
last Sunday put on a new daily ! has been spending a week with and for two years, shortly after j
train between this city and Fort- j her parents. Both Mr. and Mrs. that time, the general w is super-1
land, leaving Portland at 7:20 p Hutchens speni a few days at the intendent of the Forest Grove
schools, leaving about 15 years
m. and arriving at Forest Grove beach before her visit to Banks.
D o n ’ t spend your m oney out o f town.
for Corvallis, where he died.
at 8:40 p. m. The time of No.
Mrs O. L. Kennedy and daugh
Mrs Thorpe three times repre
42, which has been leaving this ter, Rose, of Portland, are spend
H om e merchants are ready to supply
Oregon in national conven
city at 5:30, has been changed so ing this week visiting Mrs. Olm-
your every want.
that it now leaves at 5:05, reach stead and family. Mr. Kennedy tions of the Relief Corps and was
ing North Hank station, Portland, came out and spent the week-end
The real town booster is the man who never spends
here with his family and relatives. I The Portland Woman’s Relief
a cent out of town.
The Express is prepared to meet
We will insure your auto against Corps and the Grand Army of
the prices of traveling calendar fire, theft and collision. Hancock the Republic conducted the fun
STUDY the HOME PAPER for BARGAINS
salesmen in lots of 100 or more.
eral services which were held
The County Seat
We’ll Save You Money
Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions
F. A. MOORE
Hesseltine Pleased With
the Columbia Highway
NORTH BANK ROAD
S.S. NORTHERN PACIFIC
S.S. GREAT NORTHERN