The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, October 26, 1916, Image 8

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Take No Chances!
Profit by the costly experience of those unfortunate
people who have lost their money by speculation,
fire or thieves, and deposit your hard-earned sav­
ings with
The First National Bank
where they are insured against loss from any cause.
Private tutoring, French, Her­
man, Spanish, l lesson per week
50c, 2 lessons 75c.
E. B. Pen field.
Mrs. Brady Chowning is visit­
ing in Portland.
Ladies, Goar can save you
money on a Suit or Coat. See
his ad on this page.
It
The Forest Grove hand will
give a dance at the I 0. O. F.
building next Saturday night to
raise funds to buy equipment.
You are invited.
Women Hear of Mexico
You
Can’t
Break It!
mai*e °f Malleable Iron and
joints are riveted air tight, ho
there is no danger of breakage or warping.
The usual method of testing the toughness
of the Monarch is to beat it with a sledge­
hammer. People who have used Monarchs for many years
say they are as durable as tough.
A I lv IflU Ilc ir C Il
Range
At Monday afternoon’s meeting
of the Woman’s club, “Mexico”
It Is a Strong, Conservatively-Managed
was the subject for consideration
and discussion. Mrs. E. E. Wil­
Bank, in a Good Town, and Pays 4 per
liams. who has lived i n that
cent Interest on all Time Deposits.
country, gave a very interesting
See the Range in Our Store Window,
paper telling some of her exper­
iences, and showed some Mexican Then come in and let us give you prices and explain fully the
Capital and Shareholders’ Liability
curios; Miss Myers also gave a
MONARCH GUARANTEE.
p
a
p
e
r
of
general
information,
$100,000.00
gathered from letters from her
sister and other residents of that
country. Mrs. Hatfield, who re­
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT
sided some time in the land of Phone 683
Forest Grove, Ore
revolutions, gave a paper and
showed exhibits, including th e
c e ro
m im iv
uniform of a Mexican general who
Institute Well Attended
Christian Church
had no more use for his regi­
Meeting 7:30 p. m. Thursday.
The county teachers' institute Prayer
mentals.
this service, under the leadership of
held at Hillsboro last Wednesday, At
Mrs. Don Carlos Clark played Thursday
Mrs. Iaigan, we will discuss the aub-
Friday was at­ , ject,
a number of Mexican airs on the tended by and
“The Christian and the Ballot."
all
but
three
of
the
guitar
and,
all
in
all,
the
program
Friday
p. m . the C. W. B. M.
those who have not yet selected their
teachers and was one of will give f a .ill liani|uet
at the church, fol­
was of more than usual interest. county’s
lowed by a program in the form of
most beneficial meetings of | toasts.
The attendance was very good. the
present will lie per­
the kind ever held in the county. mitted to Everyone
Mesdames John Abbott and Roy The
give a thank offering; as it is
resolutions
committee
com­
Hesseltine were hostesses and the posed of H. E. Inlow of this city the annual C. W. B. M. Thank Offer­
ing Pay.
rooms were beautifully decorated and
Messrs.
Bradford
and
Winger,
Lord’s Day 9:46 a. m., Bible School.
in
phlox
and
autumn
leaves.
to visit our store and see the new Styles coming in almost
Our aim is KUO present. Let us begin
brought in resolutions of thanks on
time with every member present.
every day. If it’s a desirable Garment, you’ll find it here.
Josh Adkins Injured
to Superintendent Barnes, the in­ Communion
Sermon 11 a. m.
and the teachers of Subject: ”1 Am and
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. Our prices are right.
At about 8:30 last evening, structors,
Ready."
Hillsboro for their kindness and Christian Endeavors 6:30 p. m. The
Everything New ! No old styles to work off on you.
while Josh Adkins, aged 45, was hospitality;
recommended that contest between the societies is getting
driving home from this city in a the state association
formulate a
interesting.
single buggy, his rig was hit by an code of ethics, endorsed the plan intensely
Preaching 7:30 p. m. Subject: “The
Blood of Christ.” A baptismal service
auto in which were riding Merrill to provide a teachers’ retirement will
follow the sermon.
Rode, aged 18. and A1 Bush, aged fund, went on record for a Nor­ Come,
with us and enjoy the
21. The accident occurred on a mal school at Pendleton and en­ splendid worship
at Popular Prices.
and singing at every
curve near the old Dilley place, dorsed the movement for more i service. music
R. L. PUTNAM, Pastor.
Fashion’s Newest Waists — Dainty Crepe de Chine and ¡on the Gales Creek road, and Ad­ simplified spelling.
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kins was thrown over the dash­
Several hundred members of
Georgette Crepe, in many Styles and Colors.
Kidnaping at Hillsboro
board. his horse ran away, drag­
the Wirtz family, relatives to
ging him and breaking both boms Tuesday a man named J. H Robert, Ed and John of this city,
of the left leg He was picked up Wilson, living in Portland, came gathered at Lincoln, Neb., last
! by the hoys and brought to this to Hillsboro in an auto and stole week for a reunion. Most of those
and later taken to the Hills­ his four-year-old son, who was inattendance came from Nebraska,
Third Street
HILLSBORO city
boro hospital, where he spent a about a year ago given by the Iowa and Oklahoma, hut a num­
painful night. Adkins says he did court in a divorce decree to Mrs. ber came from California and
hear ihe auto until a second Wilson. Up to noon today the other distant points. There are
Mrs.
W.
L.
Moore
of
Banks,
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES visited at the H. A. Williams | not
before it struck him from behind, kidnaper had not been captured. several thousand of them and the
although young Rode claims he The moth“r and child have been San Francisco Chamber of Com­
Miss Lefa Egli is this week in home Tuesday.
merce has invited them to meet
Reedville, where she has a case of For Rent—Five rooms in house tooted his horn quite a bit before living in Hillsboro.
he struck the buggy and was try- Hancock & Wiles write Life. in that city next year.
nursing.
just west of Laughlin Hotel. In­ i ing
to pass when the accident Accident & Fire Insurance. 1-tf
40 ! occurred.
The latest Columbia records of quire at this office.
Jesse Applegate, republican
the new songs on sale at Littler’s Roy Watkins, the repair man,
candidate
for sheriff, was calling
Pharmacy.
Marriage Licenses
and H. J. Walrath, electrician,
on
his
many
Grove friends
The following couples were granted Tuesday. He Forest
Misses Marcella Richards and have rented the Tetro building,
was
wearing
a smile
marriage licenses the past week: Oeo. that indicated that he was
Mary Olmsted visited in Hillsboro next to Parson’s harness shop,
not
H. Shaffer and Nellie L. Bishop; Samuel worrying.
and will take possession Nov. 1st.
Sunday evening.
H. I.aterlee and Florence Hicks; Gail
For Sale—Young hickory-nut The members of the Eastern
W. Wells and Marie S. Long; Herman , For Rent—Five-room house,
trees. Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130 Star chapter gave their annual
Kerkman
and Helen E. Munecke; John
North “A” street.
38 Hallowe’en party at the home of
L. Paret and Wahnona Chapman; Fred near depots, modern. Inquire of
Manche Langley.
35-tf
Mr-. R. H. Clark last
Will and Tillie Krug.
Mrs. Howard Lilly of Gales Prof, and evening
and enjoyed a
Creek visited here Tuesday with Tuesday
royal time. As the husbands of
her mother, Mrs Van Meter.
the members were invited, big
Good 40-pound Jersey cow, eats
were, of course, provided.
coming fresh in December, for
The
Foreign Missionary society
sale reasonably cheap. Joe Fair-
of
the
Congregational
church held
child, phone 392.
42-tf
won Grand Prize and Blue Ribbon at the Fair this
its
annual
“T
h
a
n
k
Offering”
C. F. Miller of Portland got a meeting at the church parlors
last
year. Order a sack today, before further advances.
buck deer up near Glenwood last
with an excellent program
week and shipped the carcass to evening,
and lunch. The principal address
his home in Portland.
Auatin McIntyre
9,348
City Contestants
by Rev. A. J. Sullen, home
Kenneth
Ivea
..................
62,766
Miss Elcy Walker left today was
Cyril
Lahaie
.............:
1.418
superintendent of Oregon.
Elvin Coon
43,001
for Wilbur, Oregon, where she mission
Verna Pierce ...............
28,483
There
was
by the P. U.
Francin
Hoakina
19,538
will be instructor in mathematics Quartet, a singing
Paul
Baldwin
26,946
solo by Mrs. McEl-
22,608
and biology in the high school. downey, a prayer
Kenneth Brown
31,24# Clifford McCoy
Prof. Bates
Ruaaell
Duncan
.................
600
Harold
Mertz
26,411
For Sale—O ne b ay m are, and a short talk by by
Miss
Farnham,
Avia CroHHley
36,511
weight about 1600, or a gray chairman. The lunch was very
Country Contestants
Ivan Marshall
59,438 Carol Hall (Scoggins Valley) 49,596
mare w e i g h i n g a b o u t 1200 good and the husbands of the
Clarence Eastwood
15,841 Lowind Seaman (Dilley)
Phone 51x. D. F. Aikins. 40-tf members were invited.
26,003
Veri Hinea
I,MS
GOFF BROS.
If WE PARTICULARLY INVITE ü
3 0 0 I
Fall Coat or Suit
Pretty Line of Separate Skirts
Rain Coats
Goar’s Woman’s Shop
301
Forest
Grove
SHOE
STORE
We are Selling the
best ^0.50 heavy
‘High-Flight’ Flour
Shoe
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”
The “Mascot”
Air-Tight
Air-Tight
“Charter Oak” box woodbumer
A New Stock of Universal PERCOLATORS and
LUNCH BOXES just received.
GORDON
&
GORDON
HARDWARE
CO.
Phone 663
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
12 and 14-inch tops,
to be had. Only 50
or 60 pairs left.
Prices will have to
go higher and high­
er later on.
If you need them
come early.
Forest Grove Shoe Store,
C. V. B. Kunaell.
Lamborn Elder ................... 42,981 Albert CummingB (Dilley) 52,963
Gerald Deciua
16,216 Wilber Underhill (Thatcher) 31,981
Attend the Free Demonstration
this week at our Store. Roman Meal, the health food,
is being served free this week. Come and bring your
friend. The lady will be delighted to serye you.
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