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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1916)
A daughter was born Monday
¡to Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Marsh.
Miss Eunice Bernard returned
Tuesday from her vacation at the
Newport and Tillamook beaches.
Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Keasey of
We have on hand n good stock o f
Gooding, Ida., are visiting the
Deere Plow« and Harrows
that takes strength is the kind that underlies
th at w e will sell a t I^ast Spring:’« Price«, which tire
many a fortune. It is the kind that has ap
Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Morris and
follow s :
son-in-law, W. J. Good, returned
plication at all tim es and bears upon every
yesterday from a visit with old
Best grade 12-inch Plow
in Coos county.
Best grade 16-inch Plow
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ward, son
14-inch Slag Sulky Plow
Money spent for Trifles is not C onstruct
and daughter of The Dalles are
visiting at the H . G. King home.
ive. It does not help you and you (the
Universal 50-tooth Guard frame Harrow
Remember our fall opening,
Universal 60-tooth Guard frame Harrow
spender) are m ost interested.
! Sept. 5th and 6th, at the Flva
Millinery. Music by Mrs. Clark’s
Universal 75-tooth Guard frame Harrow
orchestra Wednesday afternoon.
Syracuse 15-tooth Spring tooth Harrow
Prof, and Mrs F. C. Taylor,
Syracuse 17-tooth Spring tooth Harrow
Misses Anna. Ada, Margaret and
When our present stock is gone, prices will be at least
Frances Taylor, Mrs. Cheadle and
FO R E ST GROVE
Warren Tupper enjoyed a picnic
TEN PER CENT HIGHER.
at Cherry Grove Tuesday.
We carry a fine line of Electric Flash-Lights
P ays 4 per cent on S a v in g s
The Express learns from re
Batteries at right prices.
liable authority that Councilman
Thornburgh has tired of his offic
The Money is used for C onstructive Purposes
ial position and will resign at the
and H elps You.
next regular meeting of the coun
Capital and Shareholders’ Liability
W. L. Cady, who was called to
F orest G rove, Ore
Phone 6 8 3
Santa Ana, California Aug. 18th
by the illness of his mother, writes
that there is little change in his
mother’s condition and he doesn’t
know when he will return.
Conservatory Opens Monday
The Express is informed that
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Prof. Frank Thomas Chapman
Minnville is visiting Miss Bernard. Prof. Gw. H. Learned, formerly
announces that the Portland Con
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
Fill your fountain pen at the ¡of P. U., has secured a position in
to loan on farms.
Book Store. Carter furnishes the the Turlock, Calif., high school. J On Wednesday and Thursday servatory will open its branch in
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— ink.
34-tf j Prof. Bean will take a special of next week, Sept. 6th and 7th, this city in the Knights of Pythias’
I will hold my fall opening show building on Monday, S»*pt 4th,
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours ! Ruth Frost of Watts is visiting | course at Berkley.
a fin»* line of hats, novelties, with a full corps of competent
at the M. S. Allen home this
velvets an»l the latest teachers, including Mr. Chapman,
Mayor Paterson and family re week.
Come and see Mrs. Pauline Miller Chapman,
turned Monday from their auto
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— from a visit at Mitchell and were the pretty things.
Mrs. Belle Carpenter Henney,
trip to Newport.
i 25c and 50c. Keeps two hours accompanied to t h i s city by
Elida Loynes, Miss Z»da
C o m f o r t a b l e housekeeping without ice.
Miss Emma Craft and
o f Mitchell. Grandpa Schultz
rooms, by day or week. Inquire
Arthur Caples is again on duty , will remain here several weeks.
Miss Emma Beecher Penfield.
first house north of lumber yard, in the store after a week’s rest,
Farm for Sale or Rent
All persons interested are in-
Lloyd M cNutt returned Tue.vj
North Main st.
during wnich he fought off a
to meet the faculty at K. of
Mr. and Mrs Brady Chowning j threatened attack of stomach j where he wrus called to attend the
on and aft»*r Sept. 4.
of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Cha>. j trouble.
funeral of his uncle, John Lowe,j tion; some in clover; good two-
Doyle of Grass Valley. Wash.,
Ralph Emmerson and Clarence , whose dead body was discovered
D IL L E Y N E W S N O T E S
and Miss Letta Chowning of St. Famme returned Monday from •Sunday, after Mr. Lowe h a d story house, good barn, wagon
Mrs. Clyde S u tfo rd and little d a u g h
Johns took the Columbia highway Ketchikan, Alaska, where they been missing a week. Deceased
1 have been working in the fish was about 50 years of age and a other outbuildings; 80 acres in fine ter, M ildred, le ft S atu rd ay fo r th eir
pasture, balance timber and pas home in S|M>kane, a f te r an extended
Hundreds of people enjoyed a canneries.
ture. There are several tine visit w ith relutivea and friends in Dilley
and vicinity. Mrs. F. M. S u tfo rd a c
concert given at the band stand
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gardner re
springs on this farm, in each pas com
panied them an fa r as P ortland.
last night by a boys’ band of 30 turned last Thursday from their
ture; farm all fenced with woven T. J. H undley has been on the sick
pieces hailing from Oakland, Cal., outing at Newport. Mr. and
wire and cross-fenced. Six acres list ami unable to a tte n d to his work a t
and touring the northwest on a Mrs. Fred Gardner and little
in potatoes, some corn, mangels, the condenser.
vacation. They took a collection. daughter returned Monday.
Eunice Dixon o f P o rtland is vis
Mrs. Jennie Dixon of this city kale and artichokes, which mak»*s itin Miss
g her m other.
i this morning received a tel gram
Mrs. H. A. H oskins w as shopping in
A re a boon to Wo
the Gr»ive S aturduy.
j informing her that her daughter, For information, inquire of
men and we have
GEO. G. HANCOCK,
Mrs. Hud Dilley has inflam m atory
i Mrs. Vivian Baber, has been as
tw o we would like to
rh em atism quite badly in her le ft hajuf.
Forest Grove, Ore.
saulted and seriously injured by a
w you—th e Peerless W a te r M otor W asher and a fine E lectric Machine
Mrs. V erm ilyea and Eunice Dixon
1 negro at her home near Lima,
visited friends in the Grove S atu n lay .
Ohio. The negro was captured
The Pacific Market will not
The postoffice window will he
; and identified by his victim, who
for Labor Day, as was here c!os»*d from 10:30 to 5 next Mon
is very low. Mrs. Baber who left
H eats quicker th an any o th e r m ake; clean and odorless.
day; the window will he open a
here four years ago, was reared in tofore announced.
short time after 5. There will be
T H E NEW S H A R P L E S
T. C. Ix>rd, Jr., Manager.
| this city and was very popular
no rural deliveries on that date,
G. W. Nelson of Seattle was in says Postmaster VV’irtz.
Tubular Suction-Feed Cream Separator
the city Tuesday for a visit with
Is a m achine we a re not a fra id to recom m end to our best friends.
Get your violin strings at the
his old school male, Dr. H. R.
AUTO S E A T S,
Camp Stoves, Tents and Ice Cream Freezers.
While the attendance at the T
Catholic Harvest Fete, being held
in the Golden Rule store room,
north of Tucker’s garage, has
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FO R EST GROVE, ORE.
been rather light, those who have
attended have had a good time.
C ountry C o n testa n ts
C ity C o n testa n ts
; Good meals are served from 5:30
Anton Vandercouvering 71682 Melvin Em erson
to 7 :00 every evening (25c ) and a
dinner ticket includes admission
Wm. A ddler
to either a play or vaudeville per- j Wilber Underhill
7248 Guy H ighie
formance. Tuesday night th e
W alter Lenneville
players put on “Aunty,” last;
2839 R ussell Duncan
night it was “Aunt Susan,” to Albert Cummins
night the talent from Cornelius,
will put on a vaudeville perform
Clara Seaman ............... 2800 I.am hourne E lder
Donald T em pleton
ance, Friday night the play will
K enneth Brown
be “ Who’s a Coward,” and on
2500 Clifford McCoy
. . 1212
Saturday night “The Country Re- ' Carl Brodersen
H uston Johnson
lation” will be the attraction.,
V irnia Pierce........
1 During the days and evenings
pretty and useful articles are for
We give votes on all charge accounts paid in full by the
sale in the various booths at the
each month. Contest closes Wednesday, Sept. 13th, at
| fete. If you haven’t been atiend-
Votes will be given on all cash purchases and extra
: ing, you should do so. The en
additional votes on every sack of Highflight and Best-Ever
tertainments are worth while.
will be another advance on flour Saturday. Order Now.
N e x t Sunday, a t 3:30 p. m ., a t the
B oiled H am ,
M inced Ham,
While They Last
First National Bank
Fall Opening of
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
Catholic Harvest Fete
Full of Interest
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
The PACIFIC MARKET
THE BEST OF
Fresh and Cured
For Picnic Dinners .
V eal L oaf,
Chipped Dried B eef,
S w eet and Sour P ick les,
P icn ic P la te s, 10c per p ack age o f ,25
Fancy SWEET WATERMELONS ON ICE
A ll K inds o f F ru its
and V eg eta b les,
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B an an as, O ran ges,
B lack berries
T. C. LORD, J r., Prop
3 CHOIZD c
C ongregational church, a conference
m eeting will he held under th e auspices
of the S ta te Union Dry C om m ittee, of
which ex-G overnor W est is chairm an,
to consider plans for th e com ing cam
paign. All in terested a re asked to be j
Free Show Tickets
The first hundred ladies who order a sack of Highflight or Best-
Ever Flour will receive FREE a flour sifter and a ticket to the
opening episode of “The Grip of Evil,” which appears at the
Star Theater Monday evening, Sept. 11th. Ask us about this.
Gale Grange Meeting
Gale G range No. 282 will m eet S a tu r
day, Sept. 2, a t I. O. O. F. hall. Rou
tin e w ork, rep o rts o f special com m it
tees and ren o rt o f Pom ona G range
All who have applied for
m em bership should be p re se n t by 11 a.
1 m. to ta k e the d egrees. In te re stin g
i discussions. Everyone welcome.
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“ THE PURE FOOD STORE