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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1916)
The First National Bank
Forest Grove, Oregon
A STRONG BANK IN A GOOD TOWN
Pays 4 per cent on Savings
Capital and Shareholders’ Liability
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Rafferty
visited friends in Portland Sunday.
C o m f o r t a b l e housekeeping
rooms, by day or week. Inquire
first house north of lumber yard,
North Main st.
Theodore Jones, who c a m e
home to attend the funeral of his
father, returned Friday to his
work in Olex, Oregon.
Miss Heloise Phillips went Fri
day to Echo, where she will teach
in one of the Umatilla county pub
lic schools this winter.
C. P. Richards, wife and little
son of Portland v i s i t e d the
former’s mother, Mrs. Blanche
Richards, Sunday and Monday.
Watch for King & Company’s
Big Fall Opening Sale.
Starts Friday, September 15th
While They Last
We have on hand a good stock of
John Deere Plows and Harrows
that we will sell at Last Spring’s Prices, which are
as follows ;
Best grade 12-inch Plow
Best grade 15-inch Plow
14-inch Stag Sulky Plow
12-inch Stag Gang Plow
Universal 50-tooth Guard frame Harrow
Universal 60-tooth Guard frame Harrow
Universal 75 tooth Guard frame Harrow
Syracuse 15-tooth Spring tooth Harrow
Syracuse 17-tooth Spring tooth Harrow
When our present stock is gone, prices will be at least
TEN PER CENT HIGHER.
We carry a fine line of Electric Flash-Lights
and Batteries at right prices.
Forest Grove, Ore
School books at VanKoughnet
A Bargain—76 acres, 6 miles
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
northwest of Forest Grove. 20
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
Will is Goffjhad business in Port acres in cultivation. 30 in pasture
to loan on farms.
and easily cleared for plow; new
A guaranteed fountain pen for I Mrs. S. L. Show has been quite house and barn; good family or
Mrs. Fitzsimmons Here Sunday
$1.00 at the Book Store.
Mrs. Bob Fitzsimmons, wife of
feeble for the past week.
gain open for 10 days. (Get in). the ex-champion prize-fighter,who
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson
Fresh Jersey cow for sale. In Hancock £ Wiles.
of Schofield were in the city quire of D. F. Aikins; phone 513.
is touring the northw»*st in evan
On Wednesday and Thursday
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— man’s girl friends made her the gelistic work, will speak at the of next week. Sept. 6th and 7th,
Miss Minnie Myers returned 25c and 50c. Keeps two hours
Forest Grove FVee Method! t
pleased victim of a surprise party church next Sunday, Sept. 10, at I will hold my fall opening, show
Monday from an outing at Canon I without ice.
ing a fine line of hats, novelties,
the home of -her uncle, J. N. 11 a in. All are welcome.
Dr. and Mrs. Guy Via of Bux Hoffman, last Monday evening.
trimmings, velvets and the latest
Howard McGill arrived yester ton visited relative» in the city
J. N. WOOD. Pastor.
in ribbons. Come and see
day from Seaside to work in the yesterday.
uncle’s home, on invitation, the
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s—
A daughter was born to Mr. seventeen girls were hidden in the 25c and 50c. Keeps two hours
MRS. A. E. DIXON.
For Rent—Five-room house, and Mrs. Louis Larson of David's kitchen and when they burst out
near depots, modern. Inquire of hill last Sunday.
on her she was truly surprised.
The home of Chas. Lazotte of A pleasant evening at gam*-s and
Carter’s inks will not corrode Buxton burned to the ground refreshments followed. T h o s e
the pen and always flow free.j yesterday. The contents were present were Mis-es Helen Mc-
For sale at the Book Store.
Eldowney, Margaret Taylor, Arl
Miss Margaret Eade of Port
Have a good gray horse, aged 9 ington Marsh. Helen Hawke, Lois
land visited Miss Frances Myers years, weight 1125, for sale cheap Livingston, Dorothy Jones. Kath
several days last week.
or tiade for fresh cow. Joe Fair- ryn Buchanan, E i h e 1 Tupper,
Maude Graham, Thelma Wehrly,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thompson chi'ds, phone 392.
of Portland visited the Frank
The Oregon troops who have Vesta Mertz, Lucile West, Thelma
Fleck home over Sunday.
been on the Mexican border are Mills, Sophia Wehrly, Lucile Rob
Goff Bros, have the plumbing now back at camp Withycombe inson, Camilla Mills and Irene
contract on the new Anderson and are receiving visitors
building and have started on the
Friends of Mrs. R. M. Taylor
have received word that she has
Don’t forget to bring your sec been quite ill in Everson, W ash, I,
ond-hand school books to the but is now convalescing.
were united in marriage at the
Book Store. We are in the book
A daughter was born the even home of the groom’s parents in
ing of Labor Day to Postmaster this city at 5 o’clock last evening,
Mesdames H A. Williams and and Mrs. R. P. VVirtz, the first Dr. O. H. Holmes performing the
C. A. Littler entertained the M. child in nine years of married life. ceremony.
E. Aid society at the Littler home
Walter J. McPhers n, who left
The groom is the eldest son of
this city about three years ago Mr and Mrs. John Templeton
The Forest Grove Gun club will and has lived in California and and holds a good position in one
Contest closes next Wednesday at 6 p. m.
hold a practice shoot at the usual Nevada since that time, is visiting of the leading stores of LaGrande.
place, east of the College campus, his mother, Mrs. R. M. Stephens. His bride is one of the most popu
Two machines will be given away free one to the
next Sunday at 9:30 a. m.
He will enter the O. A. C. this lar young ladies of the same town.
country and one to the city.
The bride and her mother came to
Extra good team of work horses, 1 fall.
Misses Minnie and Frances My Forest Grove yesterday for the
6 and 8 years, weight 1455 and
1490; also double harness and ers Tuesday received a letter from wedding. The newlyweds and
wagon for sale cheap. Inquire of their sister. Mrs. Anna Sorensen, Mrs Lilly departed this morning
for LaGrande, where Mr. and
J. W. Sherwood, phone 163 1 *
T. C. Lord, jr., of the Pacific
Market l a s t week shipped to
7248 Wm. Addtor
Hop Harvest Is On
a Salem firm 12,000 pounds of ing good health and immunity i
While there have been rumors (
evaporated Loganberries which he from Mexican molestation.
Misses Clara and Alma Sage
recently purchased as a specula
Bad I tn
number of friends last Friday ers interviewed by the Express!
Mrs. C. A. Simpson, who has evening, at a lawn party at their say that, while there was some
Clara S eam an.................. 2800 I.ambourne Elder
bM n'm ng " ith her son, B. J., \ home on south A street. Games damage, it is not nearly so bad as
and family for the past two years, were played and delicious refresh- was at first believed. Most o f,
Ki nneth Brown
left Tuesday evening for a six- ments were served and the time the yards began the harvest Mon-
2500 Clifford McCoy
months visit at Detroit, Mich., was very much enjoyed by every day. The big Seavey yard is
and points in Canada.
one. Those present were: Misses using 450 pickers, about 350 of
Since the fifth page of this issue Theresa Beahen, J o a n Pierce, whom were shipped in; Carstena
was printed, it has been learned Christine Mackrodt, M a u d e of Banks is using about the same
that Mrs. Madden, the mission Knight, Ellie Sage Mary Corl,1 number; Buchanan of Cornelius, |
They’re coming to our store. Place your order now for Fancy
ary, cannot be here; so there will Jessie and Vesta Greer, Clara and 35; Crabtree, 75; Jim Nichols, 35;
Quality. Price guaranteed, Elbertas, Muirs and I.ate Craw-
be no meeting Monday.
Alma Sage and Mr. Jessie Sage. Ives Hoar, 65; Sam Inkley, 45.
fords for the next two weeks, Early Crawford Season will end
Are a boon to Wo
men and we have
To the Washington County Vet
two we would like to
show you--the Peerless Water Motor Washer and a fine Electric Machine
erans’ Association and In ter-1
100-lb. bag Pure Granulated......................$6.80
100-lb. bag Pure Honolulu Cane............ ... . 6.95
It is apparent to the officers'
and committee of this Association j
Heats quicker than any other make; clean and odorless.
that the necessity for a change
in the date of meeting for the as
Economy—Pints, 75c; Quarts, 85c; j j gal., $1.25; 3 doz. lids, 50c
T H E NEW S H A R P L E S
sociation has occurred, we there
Masons —Pints, 50c; Quarts, 60c; Y i gal., 85c; 3 doz. lids, 50c.
fore designate Thursday, October
12th, 1916, as the date on which
Gray heavy wide rubbers, 5c per doz.; White afid Red "Su
Is a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our best friends.
to assemble in Cornelius for the
perior Quality" Rubbers, 3 dozen for 25c
celebration of the fiftieth anni
versary of the Grand Army of the
Camp Stoves, Tents and Ice Cream Freezers.
Republic and the usual meeting
of the Washington County Vete- j
rans’ Association. A good dinner
V “ THE PURE FOOD STORE "
and a good program is assured.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
J. L. Butler, Pres.
W. J. K. Beach, Sec. and Treas.
Fall Opening of
The “High-Flight” Racer
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
Oh, M y! Sugar is Cheaper!
And Fruit Jars, too-O h, Joy!
Tubular Suction-Feed Cream Separator
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.