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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1916)
takes form in action ; repeated action forms habit.
The Elliott Company
Has Started Suit
When You Shiver
According to this morning's'
Oregonian, suit for the balance |
it's a warning, sent to remind you that the
due on a $58,418 sewer contract 1 *
best heuting stove for wood and lighter fuel is
and for about $30,000 more in ex - 1
if acquired, will make easy the rainy day when it comes.
tras, necessitated by unusual
Start a bank account with us and help to cultivate the
working conditions, w as filed
against the city of Forest Grove
by the Elliott Contracting Com
pany in the Circuit Court yester
Pays 4 per cent on Time Deposits
One of the chief items of dam
—to hold fire over night with dry wood.
age a lle g e d is the harrassing
to always kkmain air-tight.
and annoyance of men on the
—to heat a room from zero to 70 degrees in 5 minutes,
work by in s p e c to r s of Forest
- to give such perfect combustion that ashes need be re
Grove, who are ctfurgcd with at
moved only once in six weeks.
tempting to extort money from
bo the most satisfactory wood heater made.
the employes of the contractors.
—to give steady heat, duy and night.
The city engineer of Forest
Grove and his inspectors, "partic
Conu* in and let us show you this
ularly Inspectors Macrum and
just opened up this week in Zibelins, Wool Velour, McKenzie," are the men against
Broadcloth. Astrakan, Plush and Mixtures.
whom complaint is made, and
their injury to the work is as
serted to have been $14,737.(Hi.
They are charged with giving
numerous orders and withdraw
Forest (irove, Ore
of Serge. Whipcord. Gaberdine and Poplin, in Russian
belted effects, Norfolks or the long-coat effects.
them before they could be carried .v m v v iv v im r x m i m i v v v v m iv «
sm m m
out, with causing the arrest of Carl Hoffman was up at West
workers and have them held in Timber Tuesday,
Krrall CMmlidut# fur
jail without any charges being j^jr and Mrs. L. M. Graham
(Fancy Silks, Crepe de Chine and Georgette Crepe.)
placed against them, and with at returned last night from a month’s 1
tempts to levy tribute from the visit at Lincoln. Stockville and
in Nobby Plaids, Checks, Mixtures and plain Colors.
The complaint was filed by At other
seventh and eighth grades
torneys Clark. Skulason & Clark. of The
Lincoln school enjoyed a
The complaint asks that the Hallowe’en
HILLSBORO city of Fore-t Grove l>e direct* d
Ji by the court to accept the work.' with banquet, Monday evening.
Mrs E. B Brookbank enter
Hancock & Wiles write Life, __________________________
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
ata Hallowe’en party Tues
Accident & Fire Insurance. 1 -tf A big hilarious comedy
Mrs. P. M. Mann of Eddy was For Rent—Five rooms in house mance, DeWoli Harper in “Sun day evening at her home on Third
shopping in the Grove Friday. just west of Laughlin Hotel In- shine Dad" at the Star tonight. avenue south. Delicious refresh
The fourteen-months old daugh ments were served and all had a
Mrs. Henry Rice of Haynes Quire at this office.
Robert Service was born in On
was shopping in the Grove Satur- The latest Columbia records of ter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith fine time.
tario, Canada, in 1852 and came
to Oregon in the fall of 1877.
$ 100,000 to loan on farm prop Windsor Moore of Banks will into the Langley house, corner The undersigned have moved Shortly
after coming to the state
erty at 6 V 2 per cent. Hancock & stay at the Hill home and attend Third avenue, south, and Third their places of business from the he filed on
a homestead six miles
of where the town of North
First National Bank, to the Tatro north
Miss Gladys Brunner of Port high
now stands and that is the
Brady Chowning has been con building, west of the Dan Par
land spent Sunday at the Joe the hour. Mrs L. E. Jones. fined
himself and wife today.
to his bed since Sunday by sons harness shop. Here they
It* a severe a t t a c k of gallstone will be pleased to give patrons He has raised two boys to become
Quite a number of local Rebek- Phone
good and useful citizens and is
For Rent—Five-room house. trouble.
ahs will go to Gaston Saturday near depots, modern Inquire of Wilson and Hughes voters, at better service
respected by his neighbors,
ROY A. WATKINS, highly
morning to attend the district Manche Langley,
35-tf tention! See “Sunshine Dad" at
call him “Honest Bob.” He
General Repairs. is who
Good 40-pound Jersey cow, the Star tonight. Eight reels of
taxpayer, a republican
H. J. WALRATH,
Mrs. Kauffman and daughter, coming fresh in December, for rollicking fun.
The Electrician. able experience has
Clara, visited the Wolf family in
reasonably cheap. Joe Fair-
in road building,
The Ladies’ Working Society
child, phone 392.
and in Multno
For Sale—Nice driving horse, Banks spent Saturday and Sun give its annual bazaar Wednes Bro. B. J. Simpson, Missionary Sup
good harness and buggy. Inquire
erintendent of the church, will lead. all, special privileges to none," is
his motto and he promises, if
at this office.
43-tf Bellinger, in'this city.
a. m. Merchants’Cafeteria lunch Subject,
I»rd’s Day 9:4T> a. m., Bible School. elected. “ Honesty and strict econ
11 a. m. Communion and Sermon. Sub
Frank Thatcher of the Thatcher
served at noon.
“ Lifting Up Christ.”
omy, never forgetting that I am
neighborhood h a d business in weight about 1600, or a gray The five-months-old son of Mr. Christian
Endeavors 6:30 p. m.
service and preaching 7:30 p. but a servant of the people.”
mare w e i g h i n g a b o u t 1200 and Mrs. Henry Fogle died early m. Song
Subject: “The Power of God.”
For Sale—Rose Comb Rhode Phone Six. D. F. Aikins. 40-tf this morning in a Portland hos
R. L. PUTNAM, Pastor.
Job printing- phone 821.
Island Red cockerel; full brother Misses Alma VanKoughnet and
where he was taken by bis
of pullets entered in laying Con Barbara Buchanan and Messrs. pital,
yesterday for treatment
test at Washington State College. Glen Hoar and Lloyd Kirry for meningitis,
growing out of ear
Inquire at this office.
tf motored to Rippling Waters Sat infection.
There will be a chicken-pie urday.
on display at our place of business a Beautiful
Barbara Buchanan enter- Work We of have
Art which we have purchased for our customers at
supper at the M. E. church next Harr> f*iltner i.-, quite ill with a 1 Miss twenty-two
of her friends considerable
expense. This picture is a reproduction of the
Tuesday (election day) at 5:30 p. bad case of throat trouble. Mrs at a party Saturday evening. famous painting
by the world’s foremost artist, entitled “ Kute
m. Supper 35c and the public Giltners mother, Mrs. Wil Jams Decorations were in black and Kid Kalendar,” for
1917. To obtain one of these pictures, it
of Portland, is visiting them at yellow. Delicious refreshments will be necessary to register your name and address before
George G Hancock, who has present.
were served and a delightful time November 29th. Don’t forget the day.
been on the federal grand jury at Johnny Ireland returned Sat- was enjoyed by all.
Portland for the past six weeks, urday from Alaska, where he has Mrs. A. J. Russell of Evanston,
was excused Monday and is now been working in a cannery all III., who visited her sister, Mrs.
able to pay a little attention to summer. He will re enter P. U. C V. B. Russell, for the past six won Grand Prize and Blue Ribbon at the Fair this
his own business.
in a few days.
weeks, departed Friday for Oma- year. Order a sack today, before further advances.
i ha, where she will visit her son,
Charles, a member of the shoe
I manufacturing firm of M. E.
(Smith & Co., for a time. Her Ivan Marshall,
If you need a heater to keep comfortable this fall and Forest Grove relatives showed the tambora Elder, second.
winter, we can supply you in several time-tried brands that lady a fine lime while she was in Avis Crossley, third.
Wilbur Underhill, third.
we do not hesitate to guarantee—
Tuesday evening Mrs. F. -S.
The “Umpire Estate”
Whitehouse entertained twenty-
guests at one of the most
“Charter Oak” box woodbumer
unique Hallowe'en parties given
A New Stock of Universal PERCOLATORS and in the city. All the games, as
well as the decorations, were ap
LUNCH BOXES just received.
propriate to Hallowe'en and the
guests report a most delightful
evening. The refreshments served
P. S. Let us have your order NOW for that Thanksgiving
^FOREST GROVE, ORE. were pronounced excellent by the Turkey,
THE CASH HABIT
The First National Bank
COLE’S Air-TIGHT HEATER
Several Clever Models in
New Waists - $2.25 to $7.00
You should see our NEW SKIRTS
Goar’s Woman’s Shop
To Our Patrons:
Standing of Contestants
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.