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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1916)
Mr. und M rt.C . 1.. Van Rough-
net visited In Portland yesterday.
Brick ice cream at Shearer's
25c and 6lV\ keeps two hours
Norris Rodgers of McMinn
ville visited at the H. K. Bernard
Mr. and Mrs. John Meisler of
j Gales Cn>ek were shopping In
i town yesterday.
| George Ortman came in from
Dallas yesterday for a visit with
! his father and mother.
Mrs. H. N. Robinson enter
tained the M. E. Aid society at
her home yesterday afternoon,
This machine posts proved sendee to our
J. Shotwell yesterday tix>k a
our ledgers and makes
bunch of Boy Scouts into the
out statem ents much ments of the bank. It
woods near Guston for a two-day
more rapidly and accu has always been our pol
rately than the work icy to give to our cus
Mr. and Mrs. J H. Hartley
could be done by hand. tomers every possible
and the latter’s mother, Mrs W.
The machine printa sendee consistent with
dates, adils your depos good banking practice.
L. Cady, motored over to Tilla
its to the old balance, Pleaso do not hesitate
mook this morning for a week’s
subtracts checks, then to avail yourself of this
figures and prints your sendee—talk over your
Walter Roswurm Sunday took
new balance. All addi business problems with
Mr, and Mrs Ed. Ahlgren and
tion and subtraction is us—make this in every
Mrs. John Ahlgren and daughter
done autom atically— sense your banking
of Streator, III., up the Columbia
hence with absolute as home.
surance of accuracy.
Come in any time and
Austin and Thurston Buxton
Phone 6 83
The time saving made let us show you this
a meeting of Pomona
possible by the machine Burroughs Bookkeeping
grange at Cedar Mills yesterday,
method gives us an op Machine at work in our
the last-named gentleman being
portunity to afford im- accounting department.
secretary of Pomona.
James Benoit. Dr. R H. Kauff
and Archie Olson of this city
FOREST GROVE. OREGON
and J. W Hughes and Walter
Wolf of Dilley attended the auto
races at Portland Sunday.
1 he p a t r i o t i c entertainment
Mrs. J. A. McDonald of Ver- K*w'n at • O. O. F. hall last night
nonia visited her brother, Walter
th* Rebekahs was not only a
Roswurm, and wife in this city pleasant s o c i a l function, but
NOTES AND PERSONALS
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000 Saturday, being enroute to Bur- proved very instructive as well,
to loan on farms.
ley, Idaho, for a visit with her instilling a greater veneration for
Ed. Sayres was home from Ore son.
H. T. Buxton returned Tues
the American flag.
day t'rom a visit at Barview.
gon City Sunday.
John Watkins, who recently re ' The program opened with the
Good light team, sound, for
Claude Bryant of Gaston visit turned from Eastern Oregon, is singing of ••America" by the
s de cheap. Hancock & Wiles.
ed friends in Forest Grove Sunday. substituting for Leslie Duane at audience, after which Mrs. Sylvia
Bernard, noble grand, in a very
Get your violin strings at the
Mrs. Elinor Sanford-Large of the Gordon hardware this week,
tr'ot*c address, presented to the
Book Store—the best.
Portland visited relatives in this while the latter takes a
lodge a beautiful silk
Miss Lillian Greider spent the city Sunday.
of the Rebekahs.
week-end with friends at Gaston.
Brick ice cream at Shearer's— l Mrs. H. R. Kauffman and Miss ¡The address of Mrs. Bernard was
A daughter was born Tuesday 25c and.50c. Keeps two hours Mary Beach have received word short, but was a gem of pure
that their mother. Mrs. Virginia patriotism.
afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. without ice.
parsed away at her home
E. W. Haines, a past grand of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Barber re Beach,
louge, received the
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— turned Tuesday from Portland,
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours where Mrs. Barber has been re mg, after a brief illness. The flag and replied at length to the
ceiving treatment in a sanitarium great distance makes it impossible presentation s p e e c h . He ac-
Will Hare and E. J. McAIear for several months. The lady is for the daughters to reach Akron knowledged that the support
in time to attend the funeral. | given Washington lodge by the
were among the half-dozen Hills- much improved in health.
was a widow, leaving | Rebekahs was more Jhan the male
boroites who attended the Chau
| Odd Fellows ^ could O
until closed out; while they last,
While Dan VanDeHey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen and 5-yard bolts of lingerie ribbons in
two daughters drove to Tacoma various colors, 6c per bolt. New
The audience, led by Mrs. L.
the first of the week for a visit : line white felt hats just in. The of this city, was leading a team E. Humburg, sang “The Battle
Elva Millinery Shop
near Cherry Grove,early this morn Cry of F r e e d o m , " marching
Custer county, Neb., newspaper
Next Saturday, at the Cooper ing, one of the animals knocked around the flag during the sing
reports the average wheat yield Anderson farm, six miles south of its keeper d o w n and trampled ing, after which Mrs John Bel
for that county to be 39 bushels Cornelius, J. W. Hughes will sell him quite s e v e r e l y , break linger gave a patriotic recitation.
per acre this year
Attorney L. M. Graham then
at public auction a fine lot of ing two bones in his right hand,
a history of the Stars and
cutting his face badly and bruis
County Commissioner Matte-
and explainer! the meaning
son reports that the work of bal
The address was
lasting the Gal s Creek-Thatcher
Mrs. Jessie Covert, who sub
road, just outside the city limits, mitted to a double operation at up by a surgeon.
is almost completed, but the t h e Good Samaritan hospital,
pitch will not be put on until a Portland, on the 14th, arrived
Fire Prevention Exhibit
fervor and earnestness.
day of sunshine is assured The home, in care of Miss Bernard,
A week from tonight, Aug. 3d,
The audience then sang the
road between Hillsboro and Beav Monday evening and is steadily a t Star Theater, Fire Marshal
erton has all been ballasted but improving. Mrs Misz who was Stevens of Portland will give an "Star-Spangled Banner," M i s s
one mile and this will probably be operated on the day after Mrs. illustrated lecture on “The Causes Jeanette Little gave a patriotic
completed by the end of next Covert, is expected home Satur and Prevention of Fires." Ad recitation, “Columbia" was sung/
mission free and the public in with Miss Wahl posing as Colum
vited. The films wei’e taken in bia while red fire cast its glare
>1 Icznocm lfc
New York city, Portland and over the scene, and the program
other big cities. Come and see came to a close.
The large audience, composed
some big fires.
of Odd Fellows and their wives
and Rebekahs and their husbands,
A Blow to Prohibition
was then treated to home-made
Circuit Judge Morrow of Port cookies and loganberry juice, the
land has ruled that restricting the fes-tivities being brought to a
amount of liquor which may be close by social chat and the play
shipped into Oregon is in conflict ing of games.
with inter-state commerce clause
One of the pleasantest events of
of the constitution of the United
States and many prominent at Chautauqua week was the in
formal reception tendered Mrs,
torneys agree with the court.
1 GET YOUK~l
Camp Stove, Tent and Cooking
Utensils before they raise.
“The Florence” Blue Flame
Coal Oil Stove is a perfect Beauty.
“The New Process” Gasoline
Range will make you smile. No
smoke, no dirt on your cooking
utensils, no odors, a perfect stove.
How a Machine Does
In Honor of the
Stars and Stripes
The First National Bank
The PACIFIC MARKET
Fresh and Cured
For Picnic Dinners
Fancy SWEET WATERMELONS ON ICE
Hoping for and Expecting Hot
Weather in August, we want you to inspect
Chipped Dried Beef,
Sweet and Sour Pickles,
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
Picnic Plates, 10c per package of 25
All Kinds of Fruits
and V egetables,
Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Cucumbers
and New Potatoes
Tubular Suction-Feed Cream Separator
T. C. LORD, Jr., Prop
Heata quicker than any other make; clean and odorleaa.
T H E NEW S H A R P L E S
la a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our heat friends,
Camp Stoves, Tents and Ice Cream Freezers.
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
For eat Grove, Ore
m m n
Harrietta Gunn Roberson of Spo
kane, by the F o r e s t Grove
Woman’s club Saturday at Her
rick Hall, Mrs. C. J. Bushnell be
ing hostess. The Hall was beau
tifully decorated in red sweet
peas and Shasta daisies. It cer
tainly was a privilege to have the
opportunity of meeting Mrs.
Roberson personally and hear her
tell of the noble work she is doing
in truly “ Making Success Where
You Are.’’ The time was pawed
only too quickly. Quite a num
ber of out of town guests were
Rev and Mrs. R. E. Dunlap
and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman
and little Edwin Secour visited
Tuesday at the M. W. Patton
farm, near Newberg, where Miss
Aileen Hoffman is spending her
We have just received from the
publishers about 300 different
titles—Books for Girls, Books for
Boys, Books for Dad and Books
for Mother. Come in, look them
over and take one or two un your
T h e B o o k S t o r e ,
H. R. Bernard.
at my farm, four miles northwest
of Forest Grove, Ore., one light
yellow Jersey cow, about five
>’»'ar* ol(J. wearing small bell,
Owner may recover animal by
Pay*nK fwd and advertising bill.
R. O. Stevenson.
Now is the time to buy
FOR WINTER SUPPLY
as the price has reached
the bottom for old wheat.
We all know that new
wheat is not good until it
has aged six months or
more. Better buy a bar
rel or two now. We have
of the best well-aged
Hard-wheat Flour, pur
chased at the lowest price.
“High Flight” and
Special price on barrel
Call and See Us.
" " THE PURE FOOD STORE '