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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1916)
Rev. and Mrs. W S. Gordon of
3 & H STAMPS GIVEN
S S H STAMPS
Astoria visited relatives in this
Hurry («off h u d businemi in city Sunday.
The Express is prepared to meet
Mrs. A. E. Scott went Friday the prices of traveling calendar
to Portland, returning Sunday.
salesmen in lots of 100 or more.
W . R. Ives und son, Kenneth,
Mr. and Mrs. George Van
visited friends in Portlund Satur Nortwick are moving into the
1 6 6 - ITO T H I H O « T - C /
house on the corner of Second
J. E. Loomis went Sunduy to avenue north and “ B” street.
P O R TLAN D , OREGON
Wasco, where he will remain for a
Claude Smith, who traded hors
es with a Vancouver man a few notified of his appointment as James A. Jennings and Jennie I. j Fancy Bag-M ra. A . E. Scott 1st,
Mr. und Mrs. J. E. Loomis and weeks ago, Sunday drove his old special supervisor for the Indian Mitchell; Orville T. Mann and Martha Mrs. B. F. White 2d:
Fancy Tow el-M rs. Van Meade 1st,
Mumie und Joseph Loomis spent horse to Beaverton, met the other service and expects soon to re H. Klein; William H. Wienecke and
G. Bailey 2d.
Saturday in Portland.
: fellow and exchanged horses.
ceive word of his assignment
Wool Shaw l-M rs. J. B. Trillinger.
Miss Ethel McKinney went to
Monday a Mrs. O’ Brien, from Before coming to the Grove, Mr.
Fancy Jacket-M rs. W . E. Hillier.
During the last meeting of the
Portland Saturday, where s h e DesMoines, la., a relative of Mrs. Creel was special agent of the county court the petition for a road be
Crocheted Collar—Mrs. S. M. Clap-
met and visited with her mother. iJ .T . Fletcher, was in the city Indian service, with headquarters ginning at Beaverton and extending shaw 1st.
Crocheted Centerpiece — Mrs. Anna
eaat in a direct line to connect with a
Big dance at the I. O. ö . F. j seeking data for a genealogy of at Salt take city, Utah.
1st, Pauline Shogren 2d.
■imilar road at the Multnomah county
Have you seen the latest— the
hall Saturday, Oct. 14 Sapping- the Hughes a n d Buckingham
Crocheted Centerpiece and 6 Doilies—
line, wait granted. Work ia expected
"Dandy Doodles?” The rage all to commence on this highway very Mrs. Brady Chowning 1st, Mrs. E. W .
ton’s orchestra. Dances 5c each. families.
While J. T. Fletcher was in at- over the country. Look in the aoon.
Jack Daniels of the Thatcher
Hand Bag—June Walker 1st, Mrs.
The county clerk's office reported
district is helping C. H. Giguerej tendance at the pioneer meeting windows at Littler’s Pharmacy
fees collected during the month of B. F. White 2d.
in the work at the Pacific Market. at Hillsboro Thursday he met and you’ll see them,
Pair Pillow Slips—Mrs. Grant Bailey
September aa $782.95, and the fees
Mrs. V. B. Swinney, an old from the office of the recorder were 1st, Mrs. Chas. VanDoren 2d.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meresseof several men who were pupils of
Bed Set—Mrs. Chas. Clark 1st, Mrs.
McMinnville visited the M er esse his when he taught at Reedvillej time r e s i d e n t of Washington reported aa being $351.10.
C. Miller 2d.
county, who has made her home
and Bryant families in this city in 1869.
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
Collection 3 specimens of crochet—
It’s wonderful how children in Grants Pass of late years, came
Mrs. Grant Bailey 1st, Mrs. C. A. Brod-
to Forest Grove from Portland
Mrs. Tom Hundley
attended the ersen 2nd.
Archie Nichols was out from j out-grow their smocks and frocks,
Saturday, where she has been carn>val at Hillsboro Saturday,
Set of 3 towels— Mrs. A. B. Todd 1st.
Portland Sunday for a visit with their playthings, their childish
Miss Letta Chowning of St. Johns
Hardanger and Tatting Lunch Cloth
visiting her daughter. She was*
ha» literi visiting Miss Hazel Hundley
his parents, Mr. und Mrs. James
— Mrs. A. E. Scott 1st.
photographs. Only photographs
for the past week.
Centerpiece— Mrs. A . E. Scott 1st,
I. W . Thomas and family, recently of
will keep them as they are. The little granddaughter, Beverly Ban-
Mr. Harley Dimick of Hubbard
field, and they will spend some North Yamhill, have moved into the
Tatting handkerchief and doiley set—
spent Saturday afternoon a n d
Poe property, for which he traded, and
Miss Mary Staley 1st. Mrs. John.Ab-
While the McMinnville round time visiting in this vicinity.
will do a barbering business.
Sunday visiting at the home of
bott 2d, Mrs. E. W . Haines 3d.
Sunday morning, while Mr. and
Phil Pennilen was a Portland visitor
Mrs. L. S Phillips.
Tatting Bag— Anna Dunsmore 1st.
1 having paid admissions in one Mrs. H. R. Bernard were a t Tuesday.
Collar— Mrs. Alice Smith 1st,
Reports frrm Hillsboro are to
Mrs. Bert Simmons of Newport, is
day, it is reported that the ex church, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hod-
W . E. Hillier 2d.
the effect that their street fair
penses were so heavy that the son and Miss Norma Goucher of visiting her sister, Mrs. Lou Parsons,
Tatting Collection— Anna Dunsmore
for a short time.
was a very Qime affair, with few
promoters will declare a n Irish
Mrs. G. Blythe motored to Portland
attractions and light attendance.
Embroidered sofa pillow— Mrs. Jane
dividend— sometimes called an LosAngele* came up from "M a c" last week with a party of friends.
Hall 1st, Martha Sutford 2d.
Frank Fleck and family and assessment.
in an auto, took ppssession of the
Roy McBride and wife and Mrs.
College Pillow— Mrs. Burton Jones
W . F. Hartrampf and family and
Frank Crowthers attended the dance
C .W . Odell and sister, Mrs.
1st, Mrs. E. W . Haines 2d.
Misses Krafsic, Hyde and Burn- ! Emily Showers, returned Monday ready when the Bernards got at Hillsboro Friday evening.
Cross Stitch Pillow— Mrs. A . E.
Mrs. James Pollock is the hostess to
worth motored over to Vernonia
Scott 1st, Mrs. Grant Bailey 2d.
night from a three months’ visit
the G. L. R. club on Thursday.
Lodge Pillow— Myrtle Bailey 1st.
F. M. Sutford was a week-end visitor
in Iowa and other mid-western a big lunch and cooked and fried
Croched Pillow— Mrs. Grant Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Rodlun states. They both enjoyed their what Mrs. Bernard had in the in Portland.
1st, Mrs. S. M. Clapshaw 2d.
and family, who have been occu vis^t immensely and were phys house for Sunday dinner, much to
Fancy Sofa Pillow— Anna Bothman
COUNTY FAIR AW ARDS
pying the Craft house on First ically benefitted by the change of the delight of the lady of the
1st, Margaret Bailey 2d.
Collection of not less than 3— Mrs.
avenue and " A ” street, moved climate and scenes.
(Because Secretary Ross Reder went
C. Myers 1st, Mrs. Charles Mil
into the Shearer house Monday.
Job printing— phone 821.
C. H. Stanbridge, who left this
press a list o f awards, the following is ler 2d.
Miss Lefa Egli, trained nurse. city five years ago to go farming
Bed Quilt Silk Patch— Emma Caul-
! clipped fropi the paper which was fa-
W. C. T. (J. Notes
Calls answered d a y or night near Flagstaff, Alberta, Canada,
foved by Mr. Reder, and the Express 900 1st. Mrs. E. A . Ives 2d.
At the regular meeting of the does not vouch for the accuracy of the
Worsted Bed Quilt— Mrs. John Van
Residence w i t h writes C. L. Perry that the frost
1st, Mrs. W . D. Quick 2d.
Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130 North almost ruined the wheat crop and
[ Cotton Quilt— Mrs. Chas. Haskell 1st,
“ A ” street.
Mrs. John Van Koughnet 2d.
I ! h,> •iround ls 50 wct that man>' ! Mm. L. S. Phillip, was chosen
Mrs. Chas. Morgan is visiting farmers cannot harvest the wheat
Women’ s Department
Hand-made Rug— Mary McCracken
to fill the position, also to act as
Hand-made Apron-M rs. L. C. Clap- 1st, Mrs. Eliza Hanson 2d.
her mother at Monmouth and be that escaped the frost.
delegate to the state convention shaw 1st, Mrs. E. W . Haines 2d.
Specimen of Braiding— Mrs. Emma
fore returning to this city will
Willis Goff, Claude Smith and I in Pendleton.
Baby Dress—Mrs. B. F. White 1st.
; Caulson 1st.
visit at McMinnville, Indepen Victor Fuqua attended the round
Hemstitched Pillow Slips—Mrs. Dora
Woven Bead Chain— Mrs. A . E.
Mrs. K. B. Penfield was ap-
dence and Corvallis.
up at McMinnville last 1 hurs - 1 pointed vice president at large, Emerson 1st, Mrs. J. B. Howland, 2d. Scott 1st.
Corset Cover-M rs. J. R. Reynolds
Collection Rose Beads— Mrs. W . D.
A daughter was bom to Mr. day and in the evening attended an(j
following program com-
1st, Mrs. C. L. Clapshaw 2d.
and Mrs. Billy Schultz Sunday a meeting of the Elks, being mem- mjtu>es were appointed: Mrs.
Infant’s Pillow—Mrs. Anna Putnam.
(Gontinued next week)
d o ( - , hers of the "M a c" tribe of ant- j Richards. Mrs. Reynolds and
Infant's Cap—Mrs. Eld Wirtz 1st, Mrs.
OREGON ELECTRIC TIM E CARD
ing nicely and Papa Schultz re jlered bipeds. I/)uis Thompson Mrs. Boldrick. Mrs. Marsilliott,: B. F. White 2d.
Dated July 15. ISIS
Handkerchief—Mrs. B. F. White.
covering from the shock.
presented the lodge with a large superintendent of Flower Mission
Arr. Pt. 1». Pt.
Arr. F. G.
Bureau S carf-M rs. I. Bailey lst.M iss j Lv. F. G.
Misses Marcella Richards, Na- mounted elk and a big crowd en- work, furnished items as follows,
Bessie Burr 2d.
oma Conger, Edna Smith and joyed the banquet which followed regarding her branch of the work:
Center Piece—Mrs. Roy Hesseltine 7:06
Miss Chapman went up the Col- the presentation.
a m 11:40
Boquets distributed. 50; papers, 1st, Jane Hilliere 2d.
a m 11:00
umbia highway as far as the Cas
Brown Center Piece—Bessie Burr 1st,
Lorenzo D. Creel, father of C. 35; fresh fruit, 75 lbs.; garments
cade locks, with Mr. Roswurm W. Creel of this city, who is visit- given out, 10; calls made on shut- Martha Sutford 2d.
5:00 5:30 p m
Table Runner—Mrs. C. C. Meyers 1st,
I ing his son and family, has been ins, 98; money used in the work,
Florence Webbley 2d.
p m 11:00 11:15
p m 12:35
Lunch Cloth—Mrs. Jennie Hall.
@ lc= =
K . B. Penfield,
Corset Cover-M rs. L. C. Clapshaw, IP. E. & E. ELECTRIC TIME CARD
Press Supt. 1st.
N O TES A N D PER SO N A LS
r®< O V E R C O A T S
R A IN C O A T S
pJ cn C&tfong Co.
Stamps Given Â ffiA ïJ S
THE BEST OF
Fresh and Cured
Boiled Ham ,
Chipped Dried Beef,
Sweet and*Sour Pickles,
Fancy SWEET WATERMELONS ON ICE
All Kinds o f Fruits
C. H . G IG U ER E, Prop.
The County Seat
W a s h in g to n C ou n ty E d ito ria l A ss o cia tio n
John Milton has brought suit against
Ike Smith to collect a board bill which
is said to amount to $32.02.
The Hillsboro Livery Co. is suing D.
P. Corerri for $80.77 due on livery hire
since October 12, 1914.
Cressie Stiles is seeking a divorce
from John Stiles, alleging that he has
continually struck and beat her, calling
her vile names, and compelling her to
leave their home and seek a living for
In the estate of Harry L. McGinn,
deceased. Martha McGinn is petition
ing for the issuance o f letters of ad
Annie Haskell has filed a petition for
the appointment of herself as admin
istratrix in the estate of W m . Haskell,
The following couples were issued
marriage licenses the past week: Thor-
geny Holmes and Alchey
Arr. Pt. L». Pt
Arr. F. 6.
L». F. G.
Night D ress-M yrtle Bailey 1st.
Six Napkina-Mrs. B. F. White.
a m 10:22
Centerpiece-Mrs. N. P. Kentner 1st,
a m 12:15
a m 11:10 11:00
Mrs. E. Hanson 2d.
Pair Pillow Slip s-M rs. Mamie Brit
ton 1st, Miss Oleva Burger 2d.
Bed Set— Mrs. J. R, Reynolds 1st.
8:00 p m 9:20
Collar-M rs. B. F. White 1st.
t l!:1 5 p m 12:35
Bureau S carf-M iss Pearl Smith 1st,
ss1:00 p m
Mrs. E. Hanson 2d.
Lunch Cloth and 6 Napkins—Mrs. Jen t—Thru s-
Sat & Sunday
nie VanDoren 1st.
Fancy Handkerchief — Mrs. B. F.
White 1st, Pearl Corey 2d.
Hand-made Handkerchief—Mrs. T .H .
Attorney At L a w
Webley 1st, Mrs. B. F. White 2d.
Patent Office Business Solicited
Fancy Apron—Ida W . Shanahan 1st,
Mrs. A . Christensen 2d.
i Forest Grove,
We’ll Save You Money
Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions
on anything in the line of
Ladies’ and Gents’ Underwear
at half price ; Children’s regular
25c hose, 2 pair for 25c.
Pure White and White River Flour, $1.80 a sack
F. A. MOORE
Comer Third St. and Pacific Ave