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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1916)
Wanted — Loganberry pickers.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Bates of
Gaston were in the city yesterday.
M. S. Allen a n d daughter,
Martha, were Portland visitors
Archie Bryant leaves today for
IX) you know that d u rin g the past sixty clays all
a business trip to the Tillamook
You do not need to leave your
kinds o f A m m u n ition s have advan ced in price from
pass-book (your only receipt for
E. P. Fruit yesterday took a
10 to 20 per cen t? It’s a fa ct and, unless the wars
deposits) with this bank and wait
i party of friends up Gales Creek
a day or more at the last of every
end soon, prices will g o still higher.
B ecause we
j for an outing.
“r* taf W»»f
month in order to find out how
out m m J .j Bttm
bou gh t heavily b e fo r e the ad van ce, w e can sell at
James Hams and Kenneth Iv< s
tuna Ú mt tf tht
your account stands.
ha motti ita tal
Instead, a neatly-printed, mach
last yea r’ s prices
ine-figured statement of your
checks and deposits, and the bal
Mrs. Edna Large and daughter,
ance of your account is ready for
Lucile, of Portland are visiting
you each month.
here this week.
Shot Gun Shells, per box
This improved service is made
Dr. Charles Hints and family
22 short rifle shells, smokeless - 15c
ossible by the Burroughs Book-
motored out to Gales City Thurs
30-30 shells, smokeless
eeping Machine which is used ia
day to visit friends.
our accounting department.
Miss Franoelia Drumm returned
'C otât a u f! S t
The machine keeps every depos
home last week from an extended
meri katanànf fa it
Above prices are for spot cash, subject to stock on hand.
itor’s account figured right up to
/ MS to #
j visit on the sound.
date all the time.
If you ever
^ ite ¿U UH ÙMé. "
See the Gun Bargains in our window. They will be
Chas. Hatfield of Portland, a
want a statement in a hurry, we
withdrawn a week from today. You’d better hurry.
can give it to you inside of five minutes.
Moreover it is absolutely accurate, as the
in town a few hours Tuesday.
machine never makes a mistake in fig
Dr. and 'Mrs. Long and little
of Portland, visited at
We are sure that you will find this
Monthly Statement System less burden
the Hines home in this city Sun
some, more accurate, and far more «at is-
Phone 6 8 3
Forest Grove, Ore
factory than the method of balancing
Mrs. R. W. Reder today took
" S w . ' This state*
Mr. Creel and daughter, June,
munì hanJeJ ms
m et a mtr.th vsixh
for a spin up the Columbia high
WtJ u m i l i t i ih teki
S tilt me ju st h ru my
Good light team, sound, for
Suspected of Murder
m e t t u n t sta n j u
If you have a book entirely or sale cheap. Hancock & Wiles.
This is Real Bank
H a d l e y , aometlmea
Sendee— Last he fats
partially filled with S. & H.
Attorney L. M . Graham re known as "Soldier Bill,” urrested
fe»i heat a mia.**
Green stamps, take it to A. G. turned Tuesday from a business
at Astoria Monday to answer to a
Hoffman &. Co., anil it will be re trip into Northern California.
charge of wife desertion in Port
Berry pickers are so scarce up land. is suspected by many of
Private L. A. Fernsworth, Into in Wuihington that ionic of the knowing something of the murder
publisher of the Banks Hi raid, growers complain that others have of Mrs. Helen Gore Jennings and
CONDLNSED NEWS NOTES
was visiting friends in this city stolen their help.
j Fred Rist man, near Tualatin, on
s >ent Sunday in Portland.
Saturday. He has leased his paper
the night of May 15th. last. De
Job printing—phone 821.
Chester Buel of Watts was in t Chas. Hillebrandt and is now
tectives Thatcher and Davis, who
Mrs. Z Large is spending the
.ocated at Camp Withycombe.
land where he will practice the have given considerable time to
Victor and Cecil Evans of Dil
w_*ek in Portland.
The Women’s Foreign Mission druggist profession.
the murder mystery, appear to be
Thos. Nelson of Lafayette visit
ary society and the Young Peo
the opinion that Hadley is the
M. R. Johnson, the new vice
John Wall and family of Hill - ple’s Missionary s> ciety will hold
ed friends here Tuesday.
i n s t e a d of Bennett
boro were Grove visitors Tuesday. a picnic meeting at the home of pr sident of the First National Thompson, held in the Hillsboro
H. Beck of near Dilley was in
Bank, returned Tuesday from a
The Kilgore family of Cornelius Mrs. Mills at 8 o ’clock tomorrow
town on business Monday.
trip to Newport and Harrisburg. jail for trial. It is p ro b a b le that
were visitors at the Ritchey home evening.
The Walker orchestra will give the Washington c o u n t y grand
Miss M. E. McIntyre and her Sunday.
E. C. Brown and family ar 5c dances at the new I. O. (). F. jury will "q u iz" Hadley when
mother spent Sunday in Portland.
Otto Wilson came over from
rived Tuesday from Santa Ana, hall on Monday, Tuesday, Wed that body convenes tomorrow.
The people of Hillsboro are T ilamook Tuesday for a visit
Calif., to take up their residence nesday and Thursday nights o f '
Some Works of Art
pleased to learn that after Oct. with relatives.
in the house in which Mr. Brown next week.
1st they will h a v e f r e e mail
Mrs. Leona H. Marrifield, aged was reared, just south of the
In the east window of the Book
Mr and Mrs. Brady Chowning Store are being shown some framed
24. who died at Hoquiam, Wash., Copeland & McCready lumlier
Mr. and Mrs. James Ritchie pictures that are works o f art,
Mrs. B. F. White and daughter,
yard. They lived in Hillsboro
Susan, and Dorothy Seymour View cemetery, this city, Satur until four years ago, when they went up near Gaston Tuesday both in the painting anil framing
and gathered in a nice lot of wild The prices are so reasonable that
have returned home from a short day, by the Patterson Under went to California.
taking company of Hillsboro.
these pictures will not remain long
trip to the coast.
Miss Thelma Via, who has been in the window. W a n t o n e ?
visiting in this city, went to Bux Com a sad see
ton Monday to visit her uncle, be
George Webb, aged 68, was
fore returning to her home in
dead in his home at Hills
and every woman is entitled to an Oil Stove. Come in and see the
boro Sunday afternoon, with in
Tomorrow evening the Chris dications that he had been dead
tian Endeavor of the Congrega-1 several days. Mrs Webb was at
tonal church will give a public Baker City visiting friends and
Heats quicker than any other make; clean and odorless.
1 ¡wn party at the home of I)r. the iKxly was embalmed and sent
America’s Foremost Actor,
Bishop. You are invited.
to that place for burial. Deceased
T H E NEW S H A R P L E S
Mesdames O. H. Holmes. C. V. was a singing evangelist ami had
B. Russell and W EL Hoskint done much evangelistic work on
were hostesses to thirty of their the Pacific coast.
Is a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our best friends.
friends at a silver tea at the Con
Mrs. Will Schultz and baby are
gregational parsonage Tuesday
friendsat Garibaldi beach.
, aft- moon.
Camp Stoves, Tents and Ice Cream Freezers.
The Turks on the sewer job are
observing a fast period and eat
nothing from sunup to sundown,
which is sure some penance these
FO R EST G R OVE, ORE.
long Hays, especially for people
THE PURE FOOD STORE *
engaged in heavy labor.
A very enjoyable time was had
announces new price on
3 C ZIO EID C
at Soda Springs Sunday, when the
families of Chas Hines, Harry
GofT, Ives Hoar, F. J. Burlingham
and John Thornburgh enjoyed a
In No. 5 Pails - - 65c
picnic dinner at that place.
are redeemed a t 5c
in a Great Itacing Drama
Accompanied by Miss Bernard, | when em pty).
o f the South,
the nurse, I / e Covert Monday
took Mrs. Covert to the Good
10 Bars Laundry Soap 25c.
Samaritan hospital, Portland, for
A. & H. Soda 5c per pound.
an appendicitis operation, which
Tru Blu Big Lunch Cookies
will probably be performed to
15c per pound.
morrow. Mrs. J. S. Buxton, the
2 tins Ripe Olives H. & G.
patii nt’s mother, went up to see
her daughter yesterday.
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
Apricots for canning will ar
Frances Orr Bronsen o f Portland is
next week, Leave orders
visiting with her friend, Mra. Walter
now— price guaranteed.
Yon Don't Have to Wait for
Say, You Hunters!
Until July 22d
First National Bank
The Warm Days Are Now Here
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
The ^ Star
Tubular Suction- Feed Cream Separator
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
Thos. A. Wise
The PACIFIC MARKET
Fresh and Cured
Wed. and Thurs
For Picnic Dinners
Friday and Sat.
Wm. S. Hart
Chipped Dried Beef,
Sweet and Sour Pickles,
Picnic Plates, 10c per package o f 25
All Kinds o f Fruits
W aterm elons, Canta-
T . C. LORD, Jr., Prop
| C = 3 0 d > líC
Wolf, for a few daya.
Mra. Thomaa ia viaiting frienda in
Grove this week.
Mra. Rene Cropp is reported on the
Grandma DeBord is in Hillsboro vis
iting with her daughter.
John Raz is helping Rene Cropp with
Next Friday Riverside Grange will
have a cold canning demonstration at
the afternoon session. Everybody wel
come. Remember the date, July 14th.
Dizzy Heights and Daring Hearts Some musical selection will round out
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Mra. C. A. Broderaen was hostess to
the G. L. R. club today.
Prices, 5c and 10c
You will be pleased to know
High Flight and Best Ever Flour
is “ Ever Best.”
Special inducement on Fruit Jars
and Sugar for canning season— See
our window display for prices and
We now have 4 telephones
under the one number.
“ BETTER SERVICE”