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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1916)
A Farmer’s Assistant
Many farmers keep a cheek account with us because it is a
great help and convenience when the rushing work of harvest
is on. When you sell your >rrain this fall, deposit the money
in this bank, subject to check.
Settle all purchases, wages and loans by check and the
cancelled vouchers will supply you with legal receipts.
We Pay Four Per Cent on Savings
The First National Bank
Capital and Shareholders*
A Strong Rank
in a Good Town.
and Your Friends
can buy anything you can
give them - except your
The Bryant Studio
Postoffice block; Up Stairs.
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Myrtle Ferm spent Sunday at
her home in Cherry Grove.
i Mary Donavan spent the week
end at her home in Hillside.
Paul Pechin of Gales Creek
startl'd to High School here this
Season Opens Oct. 1st
And we have the Guns and Ammunition at bed-rock
Naomi Arthur visited at her
prices. We bought so much ammunition before the
home at Hillside Saturday and
prices went up that we can’t help telling you of our
fortune. Come in and we’ll prove to you that
Mrs. Charles Hint's and daugh
Montgomery Ward ask 9Dc per box (f. o. b. Chicago)
ter, Margaret, were Portland vis
for shot-gun shells that we place in your hand for
Archie Bryant returned hist
$1.00. We have paid the freight, amounting to at
night from the state fair and re
least 7c per box.
It pays to trade in Forest Grove.
Rev. Dunlap and C. A. Littler
are attending the M. E. confer
We can also save you money on Rifle and Revol
ence in Portland this week.
The W. R. C. will serve a lunch
at the K. of P. banquet hall at 4
Wo carry a fine line of Electric Flash-Lights
o’clock this afternoon.
and Batteries at right prices.
Miss Emma Wilson, who is
teaching at Aloha, spent the
week-end at her home in Forest
Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Morgan
Forest Grove, Ore
left Wednesday for Salem where
they will spend three days at the
The Freshman reception at the
“Civilization,” the big unti-war
The T. H. Littlehales family
high school will be held F'riday film shown at the Star last Friday
yesterday moved into the Henry
night. All old students and the was well patronized and was very
Hamilton residence on Gales
Alumnae are invited.
sensational. Tuesday night the
Dr. Bottman and his family of society comedy, “ Veda, the Vam
FI. Moore, son of Dr. Moore of
this city, arrived from Portland Portland arrived here Tuesday. pire,” was a good drawing crowd.
Saturday and will attend high They will live in the Hill house on
R. C Gossman of North Plains,
Second street until their own who was fined $2,500 several
Mr. and Mrs. Powell and son, home is completed.
months ago for horse-stealing, was
Douglas, of Portland, were Grove
Melchiel Durst, aged 78, passed last week found guilty in district
visitors over Sunday, at the M. away at his home at Laurelwood court of having destroyed his own
S. Allen home.
last F’riday and the remains were barn to collect insurance and on
Mrs. Harley LaMont, who sub interred in the Hil! cemetery Sun- ( Monday of this week Judge Bag-
mitted to an operation at the day at 2 p. m., after service's in ley sentenced him to serve from
Hillsboro hospital a week ago the laurelwood Advent church by three to seven years in the state
yesterday, is reported getting, F'lder Kay. Deceased leaves a penitentiary. Gossman will be
along as well as could be expected. wife and small son, besides several taken to Salem this evening or
Study Spanish with Miss Penfield.
Mrs. M. I. Deuell was shopping
Spanish Class Tuesday Evenings.
in town yesterday.
Ruth Frost spent the week-end
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s—
in Forest Grove.
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000 without ice.
to loan on farms.
Miss Gertrude Allen spent the
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Loomis left
1 week-end with her folks in the
Monday for the state fair.
We will insure your auto against
For Rent—Five-room house,
fire, theft and collision. Hancock
near depots, modern. Inquire of
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— 1
Mrs. H. R. Bernard and daugh
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours
ter, Eunice, visited friends in
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. YanKough- Portland Tuesday.
net and daughter, Alma, motored
to Portland Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hoskin with acute appendicitis Saturday
leave today for a ten-day visit afternoon and was operated on at
Thomas A. Dilley, aged 53, and
with their son, Dr. S. B. Hoskin, midnight in a Portland hospital,
a pioneer resident of Washington
at St. Helens. Later they go to with the result that he is con-
county, was accidentally drowned
Los Angeles for the winter.
by the capsizing of a rowboat
near Westport, Wash., last Mon
day. Vhe body was recovered al
most immediately and arrived in
this city this morning for burial.
If you need a heater to keep comfortable this fall and
Deceased was born on a farm
winter, we can supply you in several time-tried brands that
two miles west of this city on
we do not hesitate to guarantee—
Aug. 5th, 1863, and was reared to
The “Umpire Estate”
manhood in this county. With
his family, he left Washington
“Charter Oak” box woodbumer
county about fifteen years ago.
At the time of the accident, he
T ? S $ T IO * P C We have the “ New Toledo,” polished top
had been to Westport to visit
and enamel back, and a full line of the
friends and he met his death
celebrated “ Estate,” in various sizes and styles.
while returning to South Bend.
Deceased leaves a widow, two
daughters a n d three sons, all
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
grown but one boy; also his aged
mother, Mrs. Martha E. Dilley of
Hopewell, this state; three broth
ers, A. S. of Gales Creek road, J.
j N. of Dilley, and J . L. of Port
land, also one sister, Mrs. Lillian
M. Herschberger of Hopewell.
Funeral services will be held at
the Buxton chapel at 2 o’clock
tomorrow afternoon and the re-
| mains will be inferred in Moun
tain View (Buxton) cemetery.
The mother, widow and children
of deceased, as well as Mr. and
Mrs. Herschberger, are here for
fro^t™rWLh%^uk™"«'Th0raaS Albert Di||ey
Drowned Last Monday
Stoves of Quality
Blue Ribbon at the Fair
The loaf of Bread that won HIGH HONOR for quali
ty was made from “ High-Flight” Flour.
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
THE BEST OF
Fresh and Cured
Chipped Dried Beef,
Sweet and Sour Pickles,
T. C. LORI), Jr., Prop
> l| c = io p lD
Standing of Contestants
Carol Hall (Scoggins Valley)
Lowind Seaman (Dilley) .....
Albert Cummings (Dilley)....
Wilber Underhill (Thatcher)
Cut out and Bring this Ad to our Store
It Is Good for 100 Votes.
Fancy SWEET WATERMELONS ON ICE
The “ High Flight” Racer will be given away F'REE at our
Store to the Boy or Girl receiving the highest number of votes.
The votes will be given with every cash purchase, and addi
tional votes will be given on every sack of "High Flight” and
“ Best Ever” Flour.
Verna P ierce............................ 1,968
Paul Baldwin .......................... 2,275
Kenneth Brown ....................
Harold Mertz .......
Avia CroaBley .......................
Ivan Marshall ..................... 8,820
Clarence Eastwood ..........
Francis Hocking ....................
Verl Hines ...........................
All Kinds of Fruits
GOOD FOR 10 0 VOTES
F. E. McBRIDE
Democratic Candidate for County
Clerk, Washington County.
J “ THE PURE FOOD STORE"