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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1916)
R ead-. Yesterday is gone.
Reflect - “ Procrastination is the
thief of tim e.”
is the time to start a bank ae-
count-a start toward making future
Thanksgiving Days even better than
this good day.
4 per cent Interest paid on all Time and Savings Deposits
The First National Bank
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
It’s the Fixtures that M ake the Silo
A n ch o r cables fastened to both inner
F A S T E N IN G
and outer hoops
furnished free with
U -b oll
by means of a
stave and around both hoop*.
“ A Strong Bank in a Good Town.”
STEEL ST A PLE S
Fresh cow for sale. Address F
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Thatcher, Forest Grove, Route 1.
Money to loan— Valley Realty P h oM 682 Thatcher.
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
Mrs. W . R. Ives and son, Ken
left yesterday for a visit
Hancock & Wiles write Life,
Accident & Fire Insurance.
1-tf with friends at Womlland, Wash.
Lloyd Folger of Spokane visit
Miss Christine Mackrodt visit
ed friends in McMinnville Sun ed at the home of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ives,
days last week.
For Sale— Young milk cow and
The Gamma Sigmas of P. U.
yound Duroc brood sow. A. B
enjoyed a Thanksgiving banquet
Clark, Forest Grove.
The latest Columbia records of at Gamma hall last Thursday ev
the new songs on sale at Littler s ening, according to the P. U. In
Mrs. J. N. Barrett is visiting
Mrs. L. M. Hiatt of Portland
herewith her parents, Mr. and
visited at the Graham home over
Mrs. Frank Crabtree. Mis. Bar-
I rett is recently from Wyoming,
For Sale— Nice driving horse,
but she said she was glad to be
good harness and buggy. Inquire
be back in Oregon again.
at this office.
F. R. R u b y and sister. Mis-
Miss Alice Smith of Hillsboro
Nettie, qjnved on Wednesday of
entertained a crowd of P. U.
last w»ek from Fossil, Ore , for a
students at her home Saturday
visit of some weeks with their
aunt, Mrs. Wm RafTety, and
The best thine for your bad their cousin, Avery Raffety.
cold is the ‘ ‘Good Health” Cold
First Church of Christ, Scien
Tablets, f o r s a 1 e by Littlers’
tist, of Forest Grove announces a
Kenneth Irle has been chosen frte lecture on Christian Science
captain of the new P U basket by W R. Rothvon.C S B., Mem! er
ball team, which will soon be of the Board of Lectureship of the
Mother church, The First Church
ready to take on all comers
Joe Fairchild killed an eight- of Christ. Scientist, in Boston,
Mass., Thursday, Dec. 7th. at 8
months-old pig last Saturday that p m., and cordia'ly invite* the
dressed 270 pounds, which Joe public to be present. Church
considers some pig. Who can beat edifice corner Pacific Avenue and
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o f our entire stock of Fall and Winter
Suits and Skirts
Every Garment in Stock marked at
Greatly Reduced Prices
We intend to close out every garment before the season
is over-Absolutely no winter goods will
be carried over.
$12.00 Coats, now $ 8.95
20.00 Coats, nowr 12.75
25.00 Coats, now 17.95
$17.00 Suits, now $11.95
20. Of) Suits, now 13.95
25.00 Suits, now 16.95
$5.00 Skirts, n o w ...................$3.75
6.00 Skirts, n o w .............
7.00 Skirts, n o w .................. 5.75
Sale Commences Saturday, Dec. 1
and ends Saturday, Dec. 16th
H eavy steel staples lour inches long fasten sUvea
D O U B L E -C A B L E
to both inner and outer hoops. . N ote that stave*
Four double-cable with
also stapled to bottom hoop, a construction
that cannot collapse from shnnkage of slave*.
silo* over 26 ft. high. (Single
H igh grade steel hoops, "„-in . in diameter
mette* of machine cut thread at each end.
quality closed malleable iron lugs lor connecting
N otice this silo is anchored
at lop . middle and
Can't blow dow n or collapae
STEEL LA D D E R
Sreel flrj) Udder Steps every 18 mchet >11 iKe way
lo lop Better and soler I Kan (U kw | cross bars.
T IG H T E N E R S
Tightens both cables
O P E N IN G
with even tension.
thread on anchor
C a b le s
S IX B A S E A N C H O R S
Door swings all
the way back,
o n l y ten-
D O O R LATCHES
Four door Utchea. two al
two al bottom Pie*roll
Fas light. Slays tight
S u of these fleel base anchors on all silo*
over 10 ft in diameter.
( 4 with smaller
ones ) Together with double-cable anchors
they constitute the securest anchorage ever
devised for a silo.
H IN G E
Makes does twice *■ easy lo handle
as heigeiese douc Dunes never have lo be Uled around,
never get lost, are always in pUce.
Compare Our Fixtures with Others
There's a big difference in the "fixtures" you get at the
prices asked for different silo*.
Com pare fixture* when you buy a silo.
tures tkat make s silo.
It is the fcx-
Durability, security and stability
are determined by the anchorage, the size, quality and
number of cables, hoop*, lugs and staples.
and ease of getting at your silage for use are determined
by the door and ladder construction.
M any silos are pneed wiihout hinged doors or ladder*.
In other .w ords, you pay as "extras" for necessary con
veniences without which your ulo it incomplete.
Notwithstanding our lower price, w e include m ore and
better fixtures than many w ho ask more for their silo*.
In tome cases w e supply m o r e of a given item than
others, as in anchorage cable.
In others, our fixtures
are a t r o n g e r or b e t t e r in whatever vital point deter
mines their value.
K eep this ad and check our fixtures at described above,
with those offered by other ulos. D on't [>ay more and get
lest, or buy half a silo when you can get a complete one.
F O R E ST
■ Goff Bros.
im m illim i
Miss Laura Bell left for Mon
Rev. D. J. Taylor, a P. U.
mouth Wednesday, where she Alumnus, pastor of the Congre
gational church at St. Helens,and
will spend Thanksgiving.
a *on of Mr. and Mrs. John Tay
Mr and Mrs Frank Allen cel lor of this city, addressed the P.
ebrated their third wedding anni U. students in chapel last Thurs
versary Sunday. About fifteen day, his s u b j e c t being "The
and relatives were present Measure of a Man.” The speak
Victor Thomas spent Thanks
and a sumptuous d i n n e r was er made a hit with his P. U.
giving at hi> home in Portland.
friends, who are legion,
Lillian Wagner of near Albany served.
W. C. T. 1.
Father Buck held an interest
is visiting friends here this week.
The regular business meeting of
For Sale—One buggy and one ing social event at his homo Tues
W C T. U. will be held with
day evening in the form of a card
buck-board. C. W. Odell, phone
Mrs. Phillips, on North A street,
47-2* party. A number of his friends
were present and all enjoyed a de Friday, Dec. 1st, at 2:30 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Pruett will spend
Topical p r o g ra m, “ C u r r e n t
Thanksgiving in McMinnville
K. B. P E N F I E L I ) ,
Mrs .A. PL Nourse, for a num
with frb nds.
Otto Cantrall is spending his ber of years a resident of Forest
A Bargain in Cedar Chests
vacation at the Dr. Hines home Grove, now making her home in
Six difim-nt styles, $4.00 to
in this city.
J. F. Woods, suffered a stroke of $10.00. A R. KEAGY C street
Chester Buell is spending the paralysis about two weeks ago
between Pacific and First Ave.,
at his and is now quite ill.
north, Forest Grove, Ore. 47-4
home in this city.
Alvena Howard was a Portland
Mrs Benjamin was visiting at
C. R. Lasham was in Portland
on bu-iness Wednesday.
Wanted Some t u r n i p s for
cow feed. South P a r k Dairy,
Chas. D. Staley, Prop.
Mrs. Eva Derby and grand
daughter. Mias Fern Goodermow,
of Portland, were visiting friends
in this city Sunday.
Patronize the Campfire C H s’
sale of confections and baked
goods at Schultz’s Grocery and
Market next Saturday, Dec. 2,
all day. Lota of goodies on sale.
Miss Martha Allen returned
from Monmouth Wednesday to
spend Thanksgiving at her home.
Two of her girl friends came with
at the A R T ST O R E
E V E R Y T H IN G GOES, P R A C T IC A L L Y A T COST
Sale Starts M O N D A Y , DEC. 4th
and runs until Dec. 24th.
Mrs. Almeda Dixon