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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1916)
Will Lashain visited home folks
The latest Columbia records of
the new songs on sale at Littler’s
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
it’s a warning, sent to remind you that the
Mrs. Dora Snltus of Sherwood
best heating stove for wood and lighter fuel is
visited over Sunday at the J. S.
The best thing for vour bad
cold is the “Good Health” Cold i
on all Time and
Tablets, f o r s a l e by Littlers’
After tossing in pain on his bed j
and Solicits your account, be it large or small.
for a week with stomach and
bladder trouble, Brady Chowning
Member of Federal Reserve Rank
returned to work Monday.
—to hold tire over night with dry wood,
Miss Lefa Egli, trained nurse, i
—to always remain uir-tight,
answered d a y or night. 1
—to heat a room from zero to 70 degrees in 5 minutes,
J. W. Hughes h a d business Calls
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
to give such perfect combustion that ashes need be re
in this city Monday.
Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130 North!
moved only once in six weeks,
Hancock & Wiles write Life. “A” street.
Paul Beck of Dilley was in town
Accident & Fire Insurance.
on business Monday.
be the most satisfactory wood heater made,
Ezra Wright of the Thatcher
$100,000 to loan on farm prop section
Barnett Y. Roe of Wapato
—to give steady heat, day and night.
from a painful
per cent. Hancock & injury, is a suffering
spent Sunday with relatives in erty at
Come in and let us show you this
him, breaking one of his legs in
J. W. Sherwood was taken two places.
Roe & Company this week sold
a customer in Independence $460 quite ill Monday w i t h heart
worth of house furnishings.
Bay City, Ore., Examiner, was
Elmer Lyons has returned from
For Sale—Nice driving horse, killed yesterday when an S. P.
the Hood River district, where he good harness and buggy. Inquire freight tram struck his auto three
has been harvesting his apples.
at this office.
miles north of Tillamook.
Oliver Buxton was seized with
Mrs. Jessie Covert is consider
Roy Hesseltine leaves today for
Forest Grove, Ore
a severe attack of ptomaine poi St. Louis to testify in a big case ably improved over what she was
soning Sunday, but he is now im I in the federal court.
several weeks ago and her rela
tives and friends hope for her them to him, he will be very glad to
For Sale—O ne b a y ma r e , early
answ er them .
He only uaLa th a t they
Harold Ober of Nehalem re
of the W. C. T. U.
concern religious subjects. N ext Sun
turned to his home Tuesday after weight about 1600, or a gray
those who so kind
a visit of several days at the home mare w e i g h i n g a b o u t 1200 Sale at King’s has been a very ing questions: 1—Do the Jesu its teach ly assisted in making the meeting
or believe th at a gcxni end justifies a
of Mrs. L. S. Phillips.
successful one, giving the people bad means? For instance, is it lawful a success which was held Monday
The band boys will give another
great opportunities to buy season to tell a small lie if it will produce night at the Congregational church
of their enjoyable dances at the of the Congregational church will able goods at reduced prices, but g re at good? 2--Hy w hat right did C ath for i he purj>osc of discussing the
I. 0 0. F. building next Satur give its annual bazaar Wednes there are only four more days, as olic Sovereigns persecute men for their amendments and measures voted
opinions? 3 — While most Christian upon Tuesday. Especially do we
day night. You are invited.
day, Nov. 15. Booths open at 11 the sale closes Tuesday night.
rnurches are striving for a basis o f *
Wm. Schulmerich of Hillsboro a. m. Merchants’ Cafeteria lunch
unity, why cannot the Catholic church wish to thank Mrs. Sanford, who
The Congregational c h u r c h join
Would vou deny th a t unity so ably presided at the meeting,
and C. E. Hedge of Beaverton at served at noon.
board met last Thursday evening, would them?
and Mr S. T. Walker, who a t
tended the monthly meeting of
the resignation of Dr. A forty houra' Adoration will com tended to the janitor work for the
Deputy Game Wardens E. H. accepted
Gale Grange in this city Saturday.
Clark and Lou Rathbun Sunday Holmes, their pastor, and wished mence in St. A nthony's chapel on F ri evening Signed by the commit
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Lord, Sr., discovered sixteen Washington him well in his new charge in day, Dec. 1st, with High Mass a t Ha. m. 1 tee on arrangements,
ami close Sunday, Dec. 3d. with bene
and daughter, Maude, departed county fishermen, several from Walla Walla. Dr. Homes preach diction
a t 7:30 p. m. The following!
Mrs. L. S. Phillips,
Tuesday afternoon for T a f t , this city and several from Gaston, es his farewell sermon on Dec. ladies will have charge of the church
Calif., where they will spend the snagging salmon with weighted 10th.
and the appointing of worahi|>era for
the various hours: Mesdames J . C.
At a mock election, held at the Smith, Chas. Halievoet and C. Duyck.
lines and big grappling hooks near
Harley Barber entertained sev Nehalem Falls. T h e wardens high school Monday, Hughes won The first card party of the season
Woman’s Hub Meeting
eral friends at a party Saturday took away some of the tackle and with a majority of three. He had will be held next Tuesday evening -at
n i g h t . Delicious refreshments, warned the fishermen that if they 107 while Wilson had 104. The St. A nthony’s rectory. Everyone is I The regular business meeting
of the Woman’s Hub will be held
were served and all enjoyed a fine were caught at the same trick' ship exemption tax carried as did most cordially invited.
Monday, Nov. 13th, at 2:30 p. m..
again it would go hard with them .; the normal school at Pendleton, Catholic ladies of Cornelius at the home at the Congregational church par
while the anti-compulsory vacci of Mr. Jam es Morrissey next Thursday lors. The executive board will
For Sale—Rose Comb Rhode
nation bill lost. An amendment evening. We are certain of a pleasant meet at 2 p . m . Secretary.
Island Red cockerel; full brother
to the student body constitution time here and hoiie a goodly number
of pullets entered in Laying Con
for a F. G. H. S. seal, will be present. Everyone is invited.
test at Washington State College.
J . R. BUCK.
Inquire at this office.
Who wants a good second-hand
N ew s B u re a u
camera? A college student has a
Miss Evelyn McFeeters enter
. Christian Church
Emil Crop, who is farming the
tained her many friends at a P ray er M eeting 7:80 p. m. Thursday. good 8x10 camera that h<‘ wants
Levi Smith place, last w e e k
brought two wagon loads of | A ugusta Payne is suing Edward for Hallowe’en party last Saturday Topic, •‘P rayer for Local W ork.” to trade for some good laying
Leader, E. W. Lamb. The following hens. Leave your phone number
clover seed to town that brought1 divorce. She asks for $20 a month and night in I^angley’s hall. The room Friday
there will be a special m eet at the college office or call on Ben
was decorated in black and orange, ing, beginning
him in the neighborhood of $1700 $75 to pay costs of action.
a t 6:30 p. m., with a
with cornstalks and pumpkins in
in the church parlors, followed Willard. Will give you a bargain.
Last Saturday J. W. Sherwood Emil Lauber has brought suit against the corners. A real gypsy fortune banquet
by a prayer service and program.
celebrated his seventy-third birth R. A. Keller, e t al., asking judgm ent teller added to the enjoyment of Friday, 7:30 p. m., Dime Social in the
Gordon Putnam of Wapato,
day by asking Rev. J. N. Wood for $245.20, with interest.
returned Monday to
the evening. Many games were church parlora. Invitation to all.
and family and W. H. Miller and W. J. Mikelim is suing the Tualatin played and refreshments were L ord's Day 9:46 a. m., Bible School. Cherry Grove where he is em
family to dinner. Mrs. Sherwood Lum ber company for $1,758.87, with in served by Mamie Loomis, Mar 11 a. m., sermon, “ Th<; ’Go’ of C h rist.” i ployed. He visited here several
S tate Mission Day. Come prepared to days with S. T Walker and fam
prepared an excellent d i n n e r , te re st and cost of suit.
garet McFeeters, Gertrude Allen, help raise our apportionm ent.
which alll enjoyed immensely, j The Copeland Lum ber company is Lulu Holmes and Beth Potwin.
ily, and also at the Steigleder
Christian Endeavors 6:30 p. m.
The afternoon was spent in visit suing H. L. Goodwin to collect $886.48,
Preaching 7:30 p. m., "H earin g the
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
Warranty deed and mortgage
Verts hall was filled with voters The Acme company is asking judg
for sale at the Express
Mrs. Bud Dilley returned home a fte r
of all political creeds Saturday m ent for $80, with in tere st and costs,
R. L. PUTNAM, Pastor.
a three-w eeks’ sojourn in the hospital
evening to hear Hon. B. F. Mulk- against John Scown.
in McMinnville. S h e is improving
ey of Portland, who made the
last political address of the cam Victor Nord is asking to be appoint slowly.
paign in this city. He upheld ed adm inistrator of the estate of Anna Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Roy McBride
served a sumptuous supper Tuesday
the republican candidates and Alena Nord.
night to the election judges and a
platform in an able manner and
pleased all by his logic and fair G ustave Rueker and Lillian Goetze, ; party of friends to the num ber of
ness. A number of the local can Cornelius; John H. Scown and M argaret tw enty-tw o.
didates m a d e short speeches, Prahl: Em ery L. Van Kleek and Clara Mrs. Frank Sutford was a visitor to
telling what they would do if B. Thompson; Berthold H. Seiffert and Portland last week, called there by the
illness of her sister, Mrs. Chas. Lurz.
i Hilda Fredeen.
When You Shiver
The First National Bank
“A Strong Bank in a Good Town”
COLE’S Air-TIGHT HEATER
The County Seat
N O M IN A T E D
A N D ELECTED
ONLY EXCLUSIVE WOMAN’S STORE
IN WASHINGTON COUNTY
Women who are looking for large, practical Winter Coats
—coats that can be worn on all occasions, in all sorts of
weather—will find a great assortment of new ones here,
lined, half-lined and unlined.
We can afford to sell at LOWER PRICES
because our expenses are Less.
Three Lovely Models This Week
^ Many New Styles in Waists Just Received
Dainty Wash Waists, with large collars and cuffs,
ruffled, tucked or lace trimmed, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 to $2.50
Crepe de Chine, Georgette Crepe and Plaid Silk Waists
Very newest idea in collar and cuffs, sizes 36 to 46
Complete new line of Dress Skirts, sizes 24 to 36
Goar’s Woman’s Shop
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Mrs. John Raz spent the week-end
Mr. Lam bricht and family will be
moving soon to Idaho, as the boxcar
they have been w aiting so patiently
for, arrived yesterday.
j Mrs. Vannoy was a business visitor
to Portland last week.
Changing and Cleaning
Charley Giguere, the new owner
of the Pacific Market, has been
busy for the past few days chang
ing around his counters, meat
racks, etc., until the market pre
sents a changed appearance—for
the better. It will be the aim of
the management to make this
market as clean, neat and con
venient as possible and the pub
lic is always welcome to come in
and inspect the place.
St. Anthony’s Church.
Benediction service has been resumed
a t the Catholic church each Sunday
evening a t 7:30 and a cordial invitation
is extended to everyone to attend. In
place of a regular sermon, F ath er Buck
is taking up certain p ertin en t questions
concerning the Catholic church and if
* any have questions to ask and will send
A Landslide in Oregon for
Schultz’s Pure Foods
Prepare for the winter now.
Buy a case or two of assorted canned goods and save
money. Special Low Prices while our new fall stocks are
Demonstration this week-Saturday all day-Mrs. G.
A. Baldrick’s Famous “ Grandma’s” Clam Chowder~“ the
Tang o’ the Sea.” Served hot--just right. Come, bring
your friends. “ Grandma” will be pleased to serve you.
Ladies’ Rest Room now under preparation at our
store; soon will be at your disposal.
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