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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1916)
NOTES AND PERSONALS Sam Cox was a Portland visitor Job printing—phono 821.
. . . Monday.
| Richard Wilson of Watts spent
Mrs. F. G. Wilcox is visiting
Diiley had business in town Saturday in Forest Grove.
friends in Portland,
! Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
Good light team, sound, for yesterday.
to loan on farms.
sale cheap. Hancock & Wiles. the county seat yesterday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Kauffman
Frank Emerson made a busi A. T. Buxton was hauling sup- were
Portland visitors Monday,
ness trip to Portland Saturday. plies to his farm yesterday.
and Cecil Evans of Dil-
Get your violin strings at the Mrs. Fred Ramsey, who has j ley Victor
visited with Frank Burlingham
Book Store—the best. 28-tf j been seriously ill, is now improv- Sunday.
Appetizing and satisfying meals | j
We will insure your auto against
at the Laughlin He tel, -oc and Miss Anna Anderson of Diiley fire, theft and collision. Hancock | Prices on gu n s and am m unition have advanced so
(was shopping in Forest Grow & Wiles.
rapidly during the past few m onths th at w e would
Brick ice cream at Shearer s Saturday.
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours C. L. Schiffer left Saturday for Hoffman were Portland visitors be foolish to continue sellin g at present prices, but
w e have advertised reduced prices until
Oak Point, Wash , where he is Saturday.
Judge R. O. Stevenson, t h e employed.
and Mrs. Henry Hamilton
democratic warhorse. was in the Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— of Mr.
Portland spent Sunday in For-
city today on business.
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours ed Grove.
so w e will do as w e advertised. N ext M onday the
Robert Cornelius of this city without ice.
prices w ill be higher.
went to Wapato Saturday when P. H. Vanderzanden of the was transacting business in town
he rented the Forsythe farm.
A word to the w ise should be sufficient.
Yerboort district lost a horse bv Saturday.
Hillsboro sports have arrangui j eath last week, the animal being Frank Pritzlaff, wife and baby
for a series of motorcycle races at vajue(i at $200.
of Wilson district were in town
G W . Odell and sister, Mrs. Saturday.
g Showers, will leave tomorrow Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— Phone 683
Forest (¡rove, Ore
Don’t talk war until you have for a two months’ visit with rel 25c and 50c. Keeps two hours
seen "The Battle Cry of Peace,”
at the Star n e x t Wednesday atives at Vinton, Iowa.
Mrs. Margaret Dyke Mallory Mrs. Armentrout of this city
daughter, Mona, left Satur left today for Tillamook, where
Roy Van Kirk, carrier on Rural and
State vs. Geo. Kurt«*. The de
for a week’s visit with Mrs. she will vi>it her son.
route No. 2, is taking a layoff and day
plead guilty to attempted
Mallory’s sister, Mrs Ranson, of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller and
Clarence Lennevide is driving the New
of the Tualatin store and
W a»hinjrujn t x»unly EH it o r tal A ssociation
was given 1 to 7 years in the pen
N«* w» H araau
Mr. and Mrs. George Laird of ing F J. Miller's of this city.
Harry Giltner, Claude Smith, Rathdom,
visited Thurs Miss Anita Schiffer, who was
Suite vs Peter Hanson. Sen
Mrs. Williams and Miss Josephine day with a Idaho,
Ward went to Portland in the B. Sage, in this city, and with noids Friday, is now recovering Elma P McRay is suing Virgil tenced 1 to 9 years on a charge of
McKay for divorce. It is alleg« d burglary of the house of some
Williams car Tuesday.
Mrs. Laird’s brother. D D. Sage, slowly.
the pair disagreed on relig Italians near Beaverton.
Portland p a r t i e s have pur at Diiley.
ious views and the defendant is Michelin Tire Co. vs. Cox &
chased the Joe Hare sawmill, near "The Battle Cry of Peace,” he Wenatchee Indian reservation guilty
Plaintiff Schlegel, a firm of Hillsboro, Ore.
Hillsboro, and are preparing to said to be even more spectacular last week. Mr. Derting has a asks for of her non-support.
start operations next week.
than "The Birth of a Nation,” ranch there,
pair are residents of Tualatin,
Conzelman is petitioning
Misses Leata Newton, Nellie will be shown at the Star next Mrs. Zoa Hartrampf will leave Ore., at which place they were for Geo.
the appointment of himself as
Johnson and Belle Huntington Wednesday, afternoon and even this evening for Ix>s Angeles, where married several years ago.
left Monday for Rockaway, where ing. Children 10c; adults 25c. she will sp'-nd her vacation and Aaron V. Denney has filed suit is alleged of to Henry
they will enjoy a vacation.
as to be unable to propi'riy care
Dan Pierce’s motor truck yes
Mrs. Mary Saltmarsh of Port terday moved up from Portland Miss Emma Penfield has re- ' for foreclosure on mortgage in the for his affairs.
land came out Tuesday to visit the household effects of Con turned from Rockaw’ay beach, jsum °f
w*,h interest and
her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Littler, ductor McCrea of the Oregon where she has been enjoying a Ico8tJ*.
the last w«*ek 35 persons
W. O. Jeffs is asking judg were awarded
and to attend the Chautauqua. Electric road, the McCreas hav brief vacation.
Mrs. L. C. Misz, who sub
L. G. Morley is home from
Oregon City for a vacation, hav- dence, on South First street,
mitted to an operation at a Port $462
vs. Lucy D. SipjH'r-
ingcut the end off of one of his. Miss Mary Cronin, a nurse land hospital last Saturday, is re ell, et Corwin
al. Plaintiff alleges that at my farm, four milt-s northwest
fingers while d o i n g carpenter working under the auspice? of the covering nicely from the ordeal. the defendant
bought merchadise of Forest Grove, Ore., one light
Oregon Association for the Pre- Chautauqua visitors are invited of him at Hillsboro
upon which yellow Jersey cow, about five
The managers of the fair asso- vention of Tuberculosis, is in the to make the Laughlin Hotel their bill $42.90, with interest,
is still y«*ars old. wearing small bell.
ciation are trying to work up a city t h i s week, investigating home while in the city. Excel- due.
Owner may recover animal by
baseball tournament, with a half- health conditions. She will prob- lent meals and comfortable beds. Another suit for divorce has paying feed and advertising, bill.
dozen county teams to play for ably be in the county for a month J. p. Sessman, employed in been brought by Edna V. Stewart 28-tf
R. O. Stevenson.
Bailey’s store, purchased a new against. John H. Stewart. They The Verboort Hulling company,
George H a n c o c k Tuesday George Sh a f e r, a prominent! Maxwell in Portland Monday, were married at Vancouver in | composed of Messrs. Bernards,
moved into the Abraham property, merchant of Beaver City, Neb ,' M. S. Allen, of this city, made the 1909. The plaintiff alleges that Krieger and Vanderzanden, Tues
corner Third street and Seventh Henry Hefter, retired farmer of deal.
the defendant has cursed and
received a new Garr-Scott
avenue, he having purchased the the same place, and Abe Shafer,; If you have a book entirely or swore at her and called her vile day
engine to run their clover
place after trading his Pacific fruit grower, of Payette, Idaho, I partially filled with S & R- names Also that he has con , steam
stamps, take it to A. G. tinually found fault with her.
Avenue residence to Jack Riley visi ed the Chas. Jackson. Sexton Green
for a farm near Diiley.
and other former Nebraska fam deemed. & Co., and it will be 27 re She asks $150 immediately with
which to carry on the suit and an
Miss Clara Sage left yesterday ilies in this city last week.
$150 to care for the children
for Yamhill where she spent the More than 40,000 people were daughter, Rose, who have been
night with her sister, Mrs. L. E. used in the production of “The visiting Mrs. C. H. Olmstead and while the suit is pending, also J "THE PURE FOOD STORE “
Howard, and this morning went Battle Cry of Peace,” which family, returned to their home $5000 alimony.
announces new price on
Pauline Hays vs. Walter R.
to Summit, Ore., where she will comes to the Star Theater next in Portland Friday.
Hays. Suit for divorce. T he
visit for two weeks with another Wednesday. The filmed picture Miss Gertrude Allen, who has cornpiajnt
shows the bombardment of New been visiting in Portland, returned | fendant ia Kui|ty of kw|,ing com.
In No. 5 Pails - - 65c
Having completed their repairs York city the city later in ruins
are redeemed a t 5c
and improvements at the local and in the hands of the foreign!
\ S “ who W-df-' P “5' " Wh * " oth,*r. " ° ma" a?‘' when empty).
condenser, Boh Taylor and the foe. This picture is a strong piea j
Xre h* ' T
other Carnation workmen left for preparedness and speaks more VT.
. ... , , . did not love her and cared only 10 Bars Laundry Soap 25c.
yesterday for Seattle, where they forcibly than words of tongue of |
Thelma Via, who htw been for the other woman
her unde, I)r. G. F. — Via 1 Grace 1 Powell is suing K her hus- A. & H. Soda 5c per pound.
will be assigned to other jobs. pen. Matinee at 2:30; evening of Buxton,
returned to Forest band, Fred Powell, for a decree Tru Bin Big Lunch Cookies
Mrs. Taylor has also returned to performances at 7 and 9:20. i Grove Tuesday
accompanied by alleging non-support and deser- 2 tins 15c
Prices, 10c and 25c.
Ripe Olives H. & G.
Bernice Via. They will visit their tion. She asks the custody of
grandmother in this city.
the one minor child and $25 ali-
couple of farmers, living north mony per month,
Apricots for canning will ar
T he W arm D ays A re N ow H ere of A town,
next week, Leave orders
and every woman is entitled to an Oil Stove. Come in and see the
bitter, plead guilty before Justice : win. Plaintiff alleges th e de- now—price guaranteed.
Beach last week to breaking the j fendant gave a bad check in pay-
You will be pleased to know
Heats quicker than any other make; clean and odorless.
paid $5 and costs to appease the Robinson now asks judgment for High Flight and Best Ever Flour
is ‘‘Ever Best.”
fractured dignity of the common $532.57, which he alleges is still
T H E NEW S H A R P L E S
due him with interest.
Special inducement on. Fruit Jars
Lizzie Moore vs. Edw. Moore. and Sugar for canning season—See
Tubular Suction-Feed C ream S ep arator The officers of Hillsboro Re- Plaintiff
window display for prices and
alleges that the defend our
Is a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our best friends.
bekah lodge were installed last
Saturday even i n g, as follows: ant called her names and accused
Fannie Merrill, noble grand; Em her falsely. Plaintiff also alleges We now have 4 telephones
Camp Stoves, Tents and Ice Cream Freezers.
ma Long, vice grand; Gertha that the defendant has failed to under the one number.
Olson, warden; Nellie Black, con support her and alleges that he
Jennie Foote, chaplain; had deserted her.
FOREST GROVE, ORE. ductor;
Caroline Wilkins, inner guard; The case of John Lippert vs.
Jesse J. Beard was dismissed.
F. C. Francis, outer guard.
Only Two Days More
FOR CHEAP GUNS
Saturday Evening, July 22d,
The County Seat
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.