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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1916)
Your Earning Capacity
ought to enable you to do more than just make a living. You
ought to save money. Then, having saved, the next thing to
do is to set your surplus to working safely and profitably.
A saving account in this bank is both safe and profitable
and is one sun* way to future independence.
The First National Bank
Pays 4 per cent on Time Deposits
A Strong Hank
in a Good Town.
FOREST GROVE. ORE
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Money to loan— Valley Realty
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 10-1f
Mrs. Morgan and daughter,
Margaret, were Hillsboro visitors
For Sale— Young hickory-nut
trees. Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130
North “ A ” street.
Mrs. Dr. Moore and daughter,
Clara, went to Portland Saturday
for a few days’ visit.
We fill your prescriptions care
fully and accurately with the best
of drugs and chemicals. Littler’s
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Whitehouse
and daughers, Jewel and Eliza
beth, were Hillsboro visitors Sat
The Lasham family have moved
into the Gordon home, on Main
street, on account of Mrs. Hoge’s
return to Forest Grove.
For Sale— O n e b a y ma r e ,
weight about 1600, or a gray
mare w e i g h i n g a b o u t 1200
Phone 51x. D. F. Aikins. 40-tf
Hancock & Wiles write Life,
Maid for general housework
wanted. Mrs. E. E. Williams,
phone QM S.
Miss Mary Corl spent Sunday
Mrs. M. T. Hates was shopping
in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Harley LaMont is report
ed somewhat improved tiKlay.
The Express prints butter wrap-
pers with non-poisonnus ink.
Mrs. O. H. Holmes and daugh
ter, Lulu, were Portland visitors
Albert Fletcher of Tillamook
was a Grove visitor the first of
Kenneth Hockman of Portland
spent Sunday with home folks in
For Rent— Five rooms in house
just west of Laughlin Hotel. In
quire at this office.
For Wood and Lighter Fuel
hold fire over night with dry wood,
always remain air-tight,
heat a room from zero to 70 degrees in 5 minutes,
give such perfect combustion that ashes are re
moved only once in six weeks,
To be the most satisfactory wood heater manufac
To give steady heat day and night.
We carry u fine line o f Electnc Flash-Lights
M. E. Carlyle of Triplett, Mo., I Tht‘ wlitor wf thl*
Hatteries at right prices.
is paying his old friend. W. J P“ y cash for about six cort,s oi
Good, a short visit.
Mrs. W. D. Wright of Portland, | R om Redt>r Mt yesterday for a
visited over Sunday with Mrs. visit at Rapid City and Dead-
wood, South Dakota.
Howard in this city.
For Rent— Five-room house,
Forest Grove, Ore
For Sale— A high-grade little-
used lady’s bicycle and a good
washing m a c h i n e . Mrs. Roy Manche Langley.
<i**rn*W '*'K M M m iw w m w m nr»
A wheel scraper costing $65 and
The membership is urged to at
Lloyd, the fourteen-year-old
$35. See it at Goff Hros.
prayer meeting regularly.
son of Mr. and Mrs. M Schramel,
to he present at 7:30
is suffering considerably from an
Miss Dorothy McCrea, who is
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Watkins
abcess on his side.
attending Jefferson High in Port- Tuesday entertained Mr. and sharp on every Thursday. The
The members of the J. S. Bux- 'afnd' was home for a brief visit' Mrs. H. J. Walrath, Mr. and., C. E. will hold its regular month
Mrs. W. C. Benfer and Mr. and ly business meeting Thursday ev
ton family have moved to their Monday night,
new home, corner First Avenue.
Forest, the youne son of Mr. Mrs. W. L. Benfer at a chicken ening after prayer service. En-
north, and A street.
land Mr». G. A . Bryant, was oper-| dinner. The hostess served a deavorers requested to attend.
Lord’s Day 9.45 a. in., Bible
. .. .n.c afed . on for
appendicitis at the veritable banquet and a pleasant
The first number of the 1916-,
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Hillsboro hospital Saturday. He; evening was spent by the invited school.
17 Lyceum course— The Cord-
Preaching 11 a. m.. subject:
is doing nicely.
Rummel Recital company— will
Key That Unlocks.”
Postmaster A. M. Porter and
Saturday, at the home of Mrs. ‘
appear at Marsh Hall next Thurs-
Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. m.
Glenn Stapleton, cashier of the Henson, in Cornelius, a very pretty
day eveging, Oct. 19th.
Preaching 7¿10 p. in., subject:
State Bank of Gaston, were in wedding was solemnized when
The various schools of the city
George Reynold-, employed at town on business today.
“ The Enemy of Every Man ”
Mr. Orville Mann, a former For
and county are holding Columbus the Forest Grove Planing mill,
Good music and singing. A
Miss Mary Farnham, president est Grove man, was united in
day exercises today and the flag had his right thumb and index
cordial invitation is extended to
of the Forest Grove Woman’s marriage w i t h M i s s Martha
poles the local school board has finger badly mangled in a rip saw
all to worship with us.
club, returned last night from a
caused to be erected will come in just before noon today. He was
R. L. PUTNAM , Pastor.
i visit to the meeting of the State The couple will soon leave for
handy for these exercises.
taken to the Hillsboro hospital.
Citizens’ Ticket at Gaston
Federation as Seaside.
California, where they will make
Saturday’s meeting of Gale
At a mass meeting held at Gas
their future home.
Private tutoring, French, Ger-j
Grange was not very largely at
ton last night* the following
The committee of the Parent- ticket was nominated, to he vot
tended, so many of the members man, Spanish. 1 lesson per week
t Teacher association of the three ed on at the November election:
being busy at harvesting fruit.: 50c, 2 lessons 75c.
schools were entertained by Mrs.
E. B. Penfield.
and only routine business was
Mayor Dr. J. A. Baker.
A. G. Hoffman, Friday night, all
transacted, the program being,
Treasurer— Q. T. Stapleton.
Mark V. Weatherford, the big enjoying a pleasant evening.
postponed for a later meeting.
Recorder— E. X. Harding.
brainy lawyer from Albany, who
Roy Dennis, Will
The members of the Forest
Oct. 8 Mr. and Mrs. J. Wehrly
is democratic and prohibition
Ostrand and Bert White.
Grove school board held their
candidate for congress against W. of Carnation entertained at a
Marshal Victor Decuman.
regular monthly meeting last ev
C. Hawley, was visiting friends chicken dinner in honor of Mr. S.
While there is little, if any, op
ening, allowed a number of bills
G. Morgan. The birthday cake
J1 and relatives in the city today.
talked over the budget, which will
was cut in the evening. Those position lr) this ticket, it is said
be acted on at a meeting to be
^ Portland hunter was acci- enjoying the Wehrly hospitality another will he put up, just so
held Nov. 18th, and transacted | dently shot in the face by a com- were Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Morgan, the people can have the fun o f
panion while hunting near Gaston
Margaret and Glenn Morgan and
last Friday. A local physician
Mr and Mrs. Seecks.
picked the shot out of his face
and he went home for further
The Freshman reception was
Tigard precinct are trying to be
- IN THE —
held at the high school Friday
annexed by Multnomah county,
W. L. Cady returned Friday night and was a great success.
claiming they are not getting a
night from California, where he About 250 were present. Re
square deal from the county of-
had been for nearly two months freshments were served, consisting
ficials of this county and that
with his mother, who passed of pineapple ice and cookies.
Portland is much nearer than
away Sept 28th. as mentioned in
A delightful time was spent at
last week's Express. Mr. Cady
J. £ Moore ’ sa,es
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
back with him some fine
ac'j* »m p lw of California fruit, which Hurley last evening, when they
, 0 t p u u r a u i a t compamed by Mrs. Moore, was he has on display in hia office.
entertained the staff of the college Verna Pierce
Weekly Index. Games and music F’ hu I Baldwin
the company s customers and vis-*
two miles south of Cornelius, was were enjoyed and a jolly time Harold Mertz
iting the Roy Hesseltine family,
accidently shot in the right foot spent by al l . Miss Catherine Avia Crosaley..........................
the Moores and Hesseltines hav-
Davis gave some of her delightful Ivan Marahall
Forest Grove Shoe Store, ing been neighbors in Kansas while hunting last Sunday. He selections on the violin, accomp Clarence Eastwood................. 5,196
had leaned his gun against a fence
C. V. B. Runnell.
i when they were boys and girls.
anied by Miss Alvena Howard
and the weapon fell, discharging a
After refreshments were served Verl Hinea
load of shot into the boy’s foot.
the merry students sang college Lamhorn Elder........................ 8,H27
The injured member was taken off
songs and closed the pleasant visit ItuBHell Duncan
at the ankle at the Hillsboro hos
by singing, to the tune of “ Good Auatin McIntyre
night Ladies,” “ Thank you, Hur Elgin Coon
Mrs. Jennie Dixon of this city
If you need a heater to keep comfortable this fall and
winter, we can supply you in several time-tried brands that
has received word from Lima,
a n d Mrs. Hurley were: Ruth
we do not hesitate to guarantee—
Ohio, to the effect that the negro
Carol Hall (Scoggina Valley) 15,242
Haines, Glenn Jack, Sam Cox,
The “ Umpire Estate”
The “ Mascot”
who a vaulted her daughter, Mrs.
Lowlnd Seaman (Dilley) ...
Orlando Romig, Glenn Morgan,
Vivisyi ifaber, at her home near
Albert Cumminga (Dilley).... 25,446
George Rasmusen, Russell M or
“ Charter Oak” box woodbumer
Lima on the morning of Aug.
Wilber Underhill (Thatcher)
gan, Grace Haines, Alvena How
P i l l l O ' P Q We have the “ New Toledo,” polished top
ard, Elizabeth Hervey, Catherine
I V d l l g v d and enamel back, and a full line o f the
Davis, Margaret Marsh, Donna
fen e carries a sentence of from Mack, Margaret Burns, Grace
celebrated “ Estate,” in various sizes and styles.
three to fifteen years in the peni Zerba. Julian Fenenga, Ben Wil
tentiary. Mrs. Haber has left the lard and Thayne Livfesay.
hospital, hut has not entirely re
Warranty deed and mortgage J V THE PURE FOOD STORE “
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
covered from the beating given blanks for sale at the Express
her by the black fiend.
Lold, irosty morn-
ings call for warm A news item m a Portland even.
footwear. We have paper states that lhfc people of
it in the best makes
and in dozens of
bee our comtort E.
shoes, at prices that ’ °’W
are hard to beat.
7 0D R^ard Hu»«n, a«ed is, imn*
Standing of Contestants
Stoves of Quality
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.