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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1916)
NOTES AND PERSONALS
& Reason ”
C .n Y»u Justly Say
For Sale—Nice driving horse,
good harness and buggy. Inquire
for not having a bank account? Did it ever occur to you
at this office.
that a bank account, even though it is a small one, is the
safest way of doing business? Why not open an account
We are LOADED with them.
with this Bank TODAY?
We know that a careful consideration of the business
The latest Columbia records of
methods of this Bank will lead you to conclude that it is
All Kinds of KEEN KUTTERS
new songs on sale at Littler’s
to your advantage to do your banking business with it.
For Sale—Young milk cow ami
yound Duroc brood sow. A. B
i Clark, Forest Grove.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
Miss Kdith Pechip, a teacher in
the Orenoo schools, visited Gale
“A Strong Bank in a Good Town.”
| Grange last Saturday.
A Nice Roaster for Mother.
David Sparks departed the first
of the week for a visit at his old
home at Sturgis, S. D.
Mr. and Mrs G. A. Bryant had
the best on earth and latest style.
for Thanksgiving guests Mr. and
Mrs. H. D. Bryant of Gaston.
for your liberal patronage at Thanksgiving and hope
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meresse of
McMinnville and Dr. K. L Lane
to have your
and son, Austin, of Portland
Dr. and Mrs. Kauffman and
9 9 " Watch our Windows for Xmas Presents
Prof, and Mrs. E. D. West Fri
day evening attended a banquet
given by the Alumni of Ohio
State University at the Multno
mah hotel, Portland.
Phone Your Wants
Phone 6 8 3
Forest Grove, Ore
George Aydelott of the Kansas
City district had th e middle
finger of his left hand so baldly
mangled in the drive chain of a
fet'd chopper Tuesday that ampu
C. H. GIGUERE, Prop.
tation was necessary.
R. F. Track has taken a posi
with N. B. LaCourse the
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
North Main s t r e e t merchant,
erty. Hancock & Wiles.
he has charge of the fresh
L. P. King spent Thanksgiving
Mrs. Margaret Mallory spent where
department He asks his
in Portland with his family.
Thanksgiving in Portland.
friends to call on him when in
Money to loan—Valley Realty
For Rent—Five-room house, need of meats.
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf near depots, modern. Inquire of
ni the A R T S T O R E
The ladies of the Christian
Hancock & Wiles write Life. Manche Langley.
Church will hold their Annual
EVERYTHING GOES, PRACTICALLY AT COST
For Rent—Five rooms in hou^e Bazaar Dec. 8th and 9th. Din-
Accident & Fire Insurance. 1-tf
For Sale—One buggy and one
Sale Start« MONDAY, DEC. 1th
day and dinner Saturday; Pr ce
buck-board. C. Wr. Odell, phone quire at this office.
and runs until Dec. 21th.
The best thing for your bad 25c. Hoffman building, n e x t
cold is the “Good Health” Cold
Wanted—Some t u r n i p s for Tablets, f o r s a l e by Littlers’ Mr. and Mrs. L M. Graham
P. O. Block
cow feed. South P a r k Dairy, , Pharmacy.
entertained Verle Stanley, Thayne
Chas. D. Staley, Prop.
A son was born Thanksgiving Live<ay, George Berryman and
Mr. and Mrs 0 O. Hodson of morning to Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Everett Burnworth at d i n n e r
McMinnville enjoyed Thanksgiv Dickey, living two miles west of Thanksgiving day. In the even
John Wall Is Mayor
ing dinner with the H. R. Ber this city.
ing a number of other young peo
Mra. Birdie AuaU-n has re tu rn « !
At Monday’s municipal election
V I Ml t i n I H 11
a f te r an
Mr and Mrs. Hugh Herrin and ple came in for a jolly good time, in Hillsboro, John M Wall was ^ home,
For Sale—Rose Comb Rhode two children of Wasco, Sherman
elected mayor; A. M. Carlisle, T. Melvin H undley waa on th e »ick Hat
Island Red cockerel; full brother county, depared Saturday fo r
Mr. a n d Mrs. Roy Benfer M. Kerr and E. I' Sias council- laut w eek.
of pullets entered in Laying Con- their home, after a short visit Monday attended the eighth an men; E. L McCormick recorder A n um ber o f th e Riveraide G ranger»
test at Washington State College, with Mrs. Herrin’s parents, Mr nual .«-how of the Oregon Poultry and I'. J. Sewall treasurer.
took in the atoek ahow a t P o rtlan d thia
! w eek.
Inquire at this office.
and Mrs. S. G Morgan.
& Pet Stock a-sociation at Port
land and report that there were
Prof B a t e s of Pacific Uni Miaaea Kmma G ra ft and Elida l» y n e a
1822 entries, exclusive of turkeys, versity preached at the HilLboro o f Fore at (¡rove will give a violin re
Friday n ight under the auapieea of
i ducks and geese, with $2,000 in Congregational church Sunday cital
the U nited A rtiaana of Dilley, a t A rti-
j prizes. Roy had one bird (a morning, his text being “ The aan hall.
i Rhode Island Red cockerel) en World’s Great Quest.’’
Mra. A lb ert I.aM ont will he hoateaa
tered and captured third prize
to the G. I,. R. club Thuraduy a f te r
and the judge said had the bird
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
leen a little older he would have H enry D eShazer and fam ily a te th e ir Miaa Eve Borgen of P ortland arrived
T h anksgiving din n er a t th e R obert Hal- Sunday fo r a viait w ith the home folka.
of our entire stock of Fall and Winter
Knives, Scissors, Shears, Razors,
and Safety Razors
“Wear-Ever” Aluminum Ware
The First National Bank
White Sewing Machines
WE THANK YOU
A Universal Coffee Percolator.
Beautiful Table Lamps.
Best in Meats and Vegetables
The Pacfic Market
Mrs. Almeda Dixon
Suits and Skirts
Every Garment in Stock marked at
G rea tly R ed u ced P r ic e s
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, now 12.75
25.00 Coats, now 17.95
$17.00 Suits, now $11.95
20.00 Suits, now 13.95
25.00 Suits, now 16.95
is coming to our store SATURDAY, DEC. 24th, for just three hours 1 to 4
p. m. All child visitors, if accompanied by parents, will be given FREE a bag
of Candy and Nuts. Everybody come and meet the funniest old Santa you
Don’t forget our Calendar Day D ecember 19
when you are to receive your beautiful Art Calendar for 1917. Music and
Refreshments. Come early and stay all day. We will have Calendars for all
of our customers, including those who failed to register.
Good for 100 Votes
C o n testan t
$5.00 Skirts, now ......
6.00 Skirts, now......
7.00 Skirts, now......
“ High-Flight” Auto Contest
Come and vote fo r w hoever you please.
S ta rt your boy o r girl today. W rite nam e in
blank line. Ballot bo* a t o u r sto re.
Sale Commences Saturday, Dec. 1
and ends Saturday, Dec. 16th
are ready and will be given
away Jan. 13th, 1917. Use
HIGH-FLIGHT flour and
get the votes.
See Our W indows
Ask the Clerk
Our Ladies’ Rest-Room
will open to our friends and customers on Tuesday, Dec. 19th. You’ll enjoy
shopping at*our store these chilly days, for we have just installed a new heat
ing system for the comfort of our customers.
GROCERY and m a r k e t
P .'S . Buy Christmas Red Cross Stamps at our Store.