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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1916)
For Rent—Five-room house,
near depots modern. Inquire of
We fill your prescriptions care
Do you bank with this strong bank? Measured by every fully and accurately with the best
drugs and chemicals. Littler’s
standard. The First National Hank is an institution of of
strength, worth and character.
Mrs Olive M. Taylor and Miss
Anna Taylor moved Saturday to
Four per cent interest paid on all time deposits.
the home of Prof. Frank Taylor,
We have a bank book waiting for you.
where they expect to remain for
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. How-art!
anti family of Portland visited To hold fire over night with dry wood,
Capital and Shareholders’ here Sunday with their daughters, To always remain air-tight,
A Strong Bank
and Merita, who are at To heat a room from zero to 70 degrees in 5 minutes,
Liability. $100,000.00 Alvena
in a Good Town.
tending Pacific University.
Mrs. E. Ames is this week dem To give such perfect combustion that ashes are re
moved only once in six weeks,
onstrating the “American Queen”
front-lace corset by a visit to To be the most satisfactory wood heater manufac
every house in the city. Do not
fail to see this corset. The lady
guarantees a perfect fit. It*
To give steady heat day and night.
Mrs Dorothy Seymour la st
We carry a fine line of Electric Flash-Lights
Friday and Saturday chaperoned
Batteries at right prices.
Misses Leone and Maude (ira-
can buy anything you can ham.
Beth Sexton. Lucile Highy
Christine Mackrodt to and
give them — except your and
the state fair at Salem.
Mrs. James Pigg and Miss
Grayce Connell, sisters to Mrs.
Forest Grove, Ore
Harry Whitney, and Mrs. W. R. Phone 6 83
Postoffice block; Up Stairs.
gan. mother and sister to Mr.
at the \\ hitney
I rnyer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. The Vamlerbrook family Inst week
Che Spani h class started^ in Member* urge<l to attend. Hrothvr moved into the |>r»|>erly they purchased
I-Kingley Hall Fuesday- evening Swander of Portland will tie with ua. recently from F. Kerby.
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Study Spanish with Miss IVnfield.
fourteen. As th e real Services next D in!’» Day a* follows: Henry DeShezer went to IUH n W ii
nex1 1 uesday, others Billie Rrhool9:45 a. m. If not attend- on Saturday to pay his rent, sohe*aya.
Spanish Class Tuesday Evenings.
join shou'd give ing any school, you are invited, Let Mra. Isenberg ami daughter He»« of
Mrs. Sam Show is reported gain Harvey Baldwin has just com their name- to to Miss
onfield be- everyone be on lime. I'rem-hing err- Portland-were over-Sunday visitor* st
ing in health since her operation. pleted a c.-ment walk along the fore Saturday, when 1 she
goes to vice 11 a. m.; theme. “ The Revival the Herman Saling home.
Miss June Walker visited Sat east side of his A street property. Port land to order more hooks, from W ithin,” A mea*age for every Karl Tupper and family came out
urday with Mrs Helen Abraham Guy Stockman an d W. H. The German cla"; s smaller, but Christian, in which the pastor ho|»-» to from St. John and viaited friends and
not less enthusiastic. ^
make clear our proponed “ Kver Mem- 1 relatives in Uilley the week-end.
Maid for general hous work first of the week to hunt for a few
Card of Thank*
her Spiritual Canva*».“ Every mem Mr. and Mrs. Jack were among the
wanted. Mrs. E. E. Williams, days.
b*r m »Ue,t«,<1 to * * Pr,,",,nt- (’hriatiun Portland |*ople that were viaiting at
. . . Endeavor 6:30 p. m. Preaching service the Vermilyea home la*t week,
W. H. Luster of Glenwood has thanks to our friends and neigh- 7;ao p. m .; theme “ The Relation of the John Ras moved hit family into the
R. M Stephens returned Friday been
ili at the home of his daugh hors who gave us help and syrn- Goapel to the Christian and non-Chris- Mike lloyd house the llrst of the week,
from a month’s visit in the old ter. Mrs.
A. B Todd, the past pathy during the sickness and af- tian ." A hearty welcome for all friends Mum Francis Parker and mother will
home state of Kansas. •
Thomas Grove from the Soda Andrew Phillips spent a few ter the death of our beloved aunt, Hnt^ visitor*. R. L. Putnam, Pastor. move into the property recently pur-
We will insure your auto against rhlu*,’<1 *'>'( ha*. Hubbard. Mia* Fran-
Springs district was in Forest days this week with his family- Mary M. Beal.
Grove on business Monday.
theft and collision. Hancock
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of town. Mr. Phillips works
Louis Mayea, who has been west
Job printing phone 821.
Mrs. Leona Stacey.
working near Portland, visited at in Mr.
home the first of the week
drove to Portland Sunday, taking Private tutoring, French, Ger
Mrs. Wm. Addler of North their son, Chester, and his family man, Spani'h. 1 lesson per week
Main street, who has been ser of Portland with them.
50c, 2 lessons 75c.
iously ill, is slowly recovering.
George Berreman of Philomath
E. B. Penfield.
Mrs. DuBois (nee Miss Gladys arrived last week to finish his
Todd) of Vancouver, Wash., visit work in Pacific Univi rsity, after,
Woman’s Club Meeting
ed at the home of her parents an absence of several years.
The opening meeting of the
Have you seen th** latest—the W’oman’s
club will be held Mon
Dance at the I. O. O. F. hall “Dandy Doodles?” The rage all
Saturday evening, O ct. 14th. over the country. Look in the day, Oct. 9, at 2:30 p, m. at the
Good music and good manage windows af Littler’s Pharmacy parlors of the First Congregation
ment. Dances 5c each.
It and you’ll see them
to “ High Flight” Racer contestants, as follows:
al church. A full attendance is j
desired. The executive commit-I The first boy or girl from the city and the first boy or
tee will meet one-half hour before! girl from the country each bringing in five orders for
the club meeting.
“ High Flight” Flour will be awarded each a pair of
those Dandy Red Hilo-Adjustable Stilts and 5,000 Ex
A STRONG BANK
For Wood and Lighter Fuel
The First National Bank
and Your Friends
The Bryant Studio
FREE and STILTS
5,000 EXTRA VOTES
The ELVA MILLINERY SHOP
Going Out of Business
and its big stock must be closed out
before Nov. 1st, regardless of cost! “WHAT DO YOU LACK?”
Sale Commences Oct. 10th
Stoves of Quality
If you need a heater to keep comfortable this fall and
winter, we can supply you in several time-tried brands that
we do not hesitate to guarantee—
The “Umpire Estate”
“Charter Oak” box woodbumer
R i i r U r P C We have the ‘‘New Toledo,” polished top
I V d l l ^ U d and enamel hack, and a full line of the
celebrated “ Estate,” in various sizes and styles.
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
MEARLY two thousand years
ago, before the invention of
paper or any of the modern means
of communication, thrifty mer
chants began to advertise. Those
merchants employed Criers to go
through the streets and to the
homes of desirable customers,
calling, “ What do you lack?”
In this way customers were
reminded of their present needs
and urged to provide for the near
Now the question is w-hat do
YOU need in SHOES for the
fall and winter? You will find
at the Forest Grove Shoe Store,
where nothing but Shoes is sold,
just what you need. -If you will
kindly give us a call, am sure
you will find your needs easily
supplied and at reasonable prices.
Forest Grove Shoe Store,
C. V. B. Russell.
tra votes on the Auto.
Boys and Girls must first call at the store and get
order blanks. Hurry! Be the first one on the job.
Ask your mother and friends to buy a sack of “ High
Flight.” It will help you win the auto, and a pair of
those fancy Stilts, Free!
won Grand Prize and Blue Ribbon for the best Bread
and Pastry at the Washington County Fair last month
Order a sack today, before further advances, and
help the Boys and Girls win prizes.
“High Flight,” the sack -
( Makes a Silver Loaf)
“Bestever,” the sack - -
( Makes a Golden Loaf)
Special Prices on Barrel Lots!
Every Sack Guaranteed Hard Wheat