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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1916)
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Brick ice cream at Shearer’s—
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours
The next meeting of Gale
Grange will be held on the first
Saturday in September.
•Miss Pearl Smith returned Sun
|GET Y O U R |
day from Mabel. Ore., where she
has been visiting for some time.
Mrs. James B. Kerr and daugh
C am p S tov e, T en t a n d C o o k in g
ters of Portland visited Mrs.
U ten sils b e fo r e th e y raise.
Livingston and daughter, Lois,
“ T h e F lo r e n c e ” B lue F la m e
Mrs. W. E. Sanders and daugh
ter, Dorothy, of Spokane, spent
Coal Oil S to v e is a p e r fe c t B ea u ty .
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Fancy SWEET WATERMELONS ON ICE
C. W. Creel.
“ T h e N e w P r o c e s s ” G asolin e
It is announced that Judge
Chipped Dried Beef,
Hughes, republican presidential
R a n g e w ill m a k e y o u sm ile. N o
will be in Portland
Sweet and Sour Pickles,
sm ok e, n o d irt on y o u r e o o k in g
Picnic Plates, 10c per package o f 25
Mrs. Mary Barkis of McMinn
utensils, n o o d o rs, a p e r fe c t sto v e .
ville was a visitor at the home of
All Kinds o f Fruits
her son, W. F. Hardison, in this
Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Cucumbers
Elbert Taylor left the first of
and New Potatoes
the week for Sundale, Washing
ton, where he will work in the
T. C. LORD, Jr., Prop
Phone 6 8 3
Forest Grove, Ore
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The McFarlane family returned
the first of the week from Man
Mrs. Ed. Ward is on the sick ning, where they have been spend
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
list this week.
ing their vacation.
Mr». C. A. Brodersen and son,
Job printing— phone 821.
Before you knew it you woukl And
Mrs. Raliegh Walker was a
Miss Eunice Bernard left Tues You’d Hoon forget to think 'tw io true
were in Portland Saturday.
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000 Portland visitor Tuesday.
day for McMinnville, where she That someone waa unkind to you.
Mrs. Tressie Taylor and grand
to loan on farms.
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s — \ joined a camping jKirty bound for If you were busy being glad
Mrs. Hecox, wert to Sher
John Baldwin, who has been 25c and 50c. Keep« two hours the Tillamook district,
And cheering people who are sad,
idan Monday for a short visit.
ill, is now slowly improving.
Will Crossley a n d Clinton Altho your heart might ache a hit.
A bouncing boy was bom to
Mae Ringle, who has been visit
Mrs H W\ Miller and daugh- Crowning of this city left Friday
Mr. and Mrs. James Pollock Sun
ing in Hillsboro, returned last ter. Bernice, were Beaverton visit- for Eastern Oregon, where they If you were busy being good
And doing the very beat you could,
will secure employment.
You’d not have time to blame the man
Mrs. J W. Hughes attended
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s—
Jack*Buell of California is pay- Who’« doing juat the beat he can.
Beth Emerson, who has been
sale south of (Cornelius Satur
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours visiting at Beaverton the past ing his brother, D. V and family If you were buay Wing true
day, that being the community in
^tMi k,M,w y°u uuKht to do,
a visit and is well p!e ased with ^"0
week, returned home Saturday
You’d be to buay you'd forget
which she spent her childhood.
Thelma Via of Portland is visit
Elizabeth and Jewell White- • this part of Oregon.
The blunders of the folks you've met.
D. D. Sage entertained the hay-
ing her grandparents, M r. and house left Monday for the Tilla
George Christenson, who has i If you were busy being right.
Mrs. Hugh Smith.
mook beaches for a month’s visit. b e e n working on a Columbia You’d And yourself too busy, quite.
To criticize your neighbor long
Arthur Goodrich is carrying an
Opal Dixon returned last week
James Twgardwi and family of I rivf r ^
«a s home for a short
Because he’s busy doing wrong.
in a sling as the result of fall
from Amity where she has been Yamhill visited at the Harry ;vislt tn d a >- and Sl*lurda>'-
— Southern Churchman.
ing out of a hay loft recently.
visiting at the home of her uncle. Xauffts home in this city Sunday.
When you go on your vacation,
A S t r a n g s R o c k D w e lle r .
Prof. W. T . Fletcher, principal
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Littler are
Mrs. E. W. Haines and daugh- have the Express follow you. No
One o f the strangest creatures known
St. John’s high school, was in
en joying a
Mr. Lit tiers ter Ruth> went Saturday to Port-
to science Is the ptiolns. or liortng
town Tuesday for a visit with his
mother, Mrs. W D. Littler of ja ,^ where they are spending ers, inside the United States.
mal bofes Into the sandstone ledges at parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Joe Ramsey of this city, who extreme low water, by means or Its
several days visiting friends.
has been working in Portland, sharp shell, which Is replaced t>y se Fletcher. When Prof. Fletcher
Prof. Bates of Pacific University
Miss Beulah Ireland returned
left for Chicago last week, where cretions as It 1» worn away It i**ne- returned to Portland, his mother
will preach at the M. E. church
trates the r o c k to a depth of six or and Myrtle Roswurm accompan
Monday from Rockaway beach,
he will secure employment.
for both the morning and evening
eight Inches anJ hollows out Its bur
where she has been a week as a
services next Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Kauffman rows as It Increases In size. Shupcd ied him for a week’s visit.
guest of Miss Goldie Peterson.
and daughter, Clara, and Harriet roughly like a top. It could not leave
Applications for space at the
Mrs. Margaret Mallory and
Its rock dwelling even If It wished to
J. Murphy and daughter of
and Janet Straub motored to do so For food It de|*ends on the ani Catholic Harvest Festival will I k *
daughter, Mona, returned Satur
Minooka, III., who have been
malcules that float In sea water, which received by the Catholic Harvest-
Portland Monday afternoon.
day from Dundee, where they
visiting the family of S. E. Curtis
It seizes by Its long siphon, or tongue.
have spent two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs J. B. Littler and , The pbol„ u ln Kreilt demand nt llic Fete Committee, Box 11, Forest
for a week, left Tuesday for their
Dan Pierce and family visited home.
Son of Salem visited at the C . A . senslde reports along the Paclflc count. i Grove, Oregon. No charge for
Littler home over Sunday, the for •»» n»eat •* »**7 lender and makes rental of space, and only business
the Paul Lilly family in Portland
Misses Edith Stalley, R u t h
excellent soup. The dam » ure dls- places of Forest Grove will have
Messrs. Littler being brothers.
Sunday and went forty-six miles
lodged in great numbers from the
Frost, Bertha Kirkwood Heloise
up the Columbia highway.
Mrs. J. C Wegner, who has ledges by the use of dyuamlte. al the opportunity to secure said
Phillips, and Mr. Chadwick New-
Apply at once.
Mrs. William Livingston, who house arrived home Fridey, after been in a Portland hospital under though It Is possible to obtain them space
with a pick or crowbar.—Exchange.
has been visiting Mrs. J. W’ . having completed t h e summer going an operation for pleurisy,
Livingston cf “ Nob Hill” re course at Oregon Normal School. came home the first of the week.
Mexloe City Is Aged.
Mexico City U traditionally nearly
turned to her home in Heppner,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Roswurm,
000 years old. It wan founded when
Scoutmaster E. J. Shotwell and
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Whited and the Aztecs settled on an Island near
thirteen members of Beaver and
J " THE PURE FOOD STO RE”
Mrs. Harriet Cheade, Miss Owl patrols spent two days and daughter and Miss Berger took Cuke Tezcoco. Cortez practically do-
Ada Taylor and Margaret Taylor two nights camping east of Gaston the Columbia highway
time on- there was hardly a break tn
went Tuesday morning to Port last week, returning Friday even day.
j the ordinary events until l*Krj. when
Prof. Bates returned Monday ! there was a revolt against Mpaiilsh
land, and in the afternoon took ing.
Lower Prices on Quality
from a nine days’ visit with the ! rule. latter It waa the scene of ninny
the Columbia highway trip.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman, Fenengas, at Strassel, making the revolutions and much bloody lighting
until the Iron rule o f Porflrio Diaz
Billy Sunday will speak at the Mr. and Mrs. M . S. Allen and
trip afoot, with the exception of made revolutions for thirty years some
ice hippodrome, Portland, next Mrs. Reba Secor and little son
what unprofitable ventures.
Rib and Brisket
war between the United States and
Tuesday to open the campaign visited the Patton home, in Che-
Boiling Meat, the pound
Those who attended Pomona Mexico the principal movement of the
against the proposal to manufac- halem valley, Sunday and brought
Prime Shoulder Pot Koasta
ture beer in Oregon. He is on home Miss Aileen Hoffman, who Grange at Cedar Mills July 26th Mexico City. After capturing the hill
his way to British Columbia for a has been spending her vacation from Forest Grove were H. T. of Chapultepec by assault tJenerol
Buxton and wife and Mrs. A. T Scott occupied the city Hqpt 14, 1S47.
Fancy Cross Rib Roast
series of prohibition meetings.
with the Pattons.
Buxton and son, Oliver
The Word Tramway.
Tramway Is the term upplled In
All members of Forest council,
Sirloin, Tenderloin and Round i r _
Britain to ail kinds of street
Steak», the pound .
H o p in g f o r and E x p e c tin g H ot
The PACIFIC MARKET
Fresh and Cured
For Picnic Dinners
W e a th e r in A u g u s t,
we want you to inspect
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
Heats quicker than any other make; clean and odorless.
Tubular Suction-Feed C rea m S e p a ra to r
Is a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our best friends.
Camp Stoves, Tents and Ice Cream Freezers.
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
are urgently requested to atlend
the next regular meeting, on Aug.
8th. Business of importance to
Rev. Ross Putnam of Stayton,
who has accepted a call to the
Forest Grove Christian church, is
expected to arrive in this city in
time to preach next Sunday morn
ing and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Creel are
enjoying a visit from Mrs. Creel’s
mother and sister, Mrs. W. J.
Stevens and daughter, Alice, of
Salt f^ike City, Utah, who will
remain for a month or more.
railroads, whether using horses, en-
Klnes. a cable or electricity. The word
trnrn originally meant a log or stump.
The evolution o f the wort into modern
English use Is given ns: End—fragment
—stump—log—pole— bur—beam- rail. In
the earliest forms of railroads tho
tracks consisted <>f trams of wood or
flnt stones, nt u Inter period o f wooden
stringers covered with strap Iron and
lastly of Iron rails
On a visit to Ids grandmother flarry
examined her hnndHotne furniture with
Interest and then asked. "Grandma,
where la the miserable tnble that patm
aays you always keep?"
The reputation that la built on clev
erness Is temporary; that built on char
acter Is permanent
PURITY Home-rendered Lard "7C«
the No. t pail
The No. 10 pail
(Our pails are redeemed when
empth at 5c and 10c each an
extra saving to you).
The Meat Market
Grocery Store De Lux