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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1917)
The C O U N TR Y OVER
Forest Grove keeps abreast o f the times.
STOVER Gasoline Engines
T F you figure on buying a Gas-
1 oline Engine, why not order
one at once, before they advance
in price, which they are surely
going to do.
We have an attractive proposi
Better get in while
the water’s good. We have the
best door ever put on a Silo, and
the price is right.
The ladies of the Relief Corps
served an excellent dinner to the
boys of the G. A. R. last Thurs
N ext Saturday, February 3d, co-operating with
cities, towns and village's all over the United
States, we will celebrate Th rift Day.
Does Thrift Day pay?
Mra. Hurvey Baldwin is report
J .W .F r is b ie has been having
a tussle with neuralgia
M. Peterson contemplates mov-
I ing to Portland in the near future.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen nt-
| tended the auto shpw in Portland
Miss Hazel Gilpin of Hillside is
visiting at the Hesseltine home
Miss Mary Stockman visited
several days l a s t we e k at the
Raffety home, at Mountaindale.
W . P. Dyke attended a meeting
of the board of trustees of M c
Minnville College in that city
Waste and extravagance will get you nowhere.
Thrift and a Savings Account will take you any
where you care to go.
No matter who you are, what you do or where
you live, you cannot succeed unless you save
See the bills for the big attrac
tions at the Star Theater next
Monday and Tuesday.
T II E
A B Thomas submitted to an
operation at a Portland hospital
Monday and is reported us im
First National Bank
Rhone 6 S3
Forest Grove, Ore
m v m v Y t t i v .n ”. VVW-.V
v A ’a v n
T H A T C H lilt N O T E S
Mrs. Alvin Ballinger
A numlwr of the young people
Saturday after *|NMiding a week with
have engaged Sne« d ’s orchestra of
The county court recently ap- relatives and friends in Portland and
Forest Grove, Oregon
Portland for a dance at the I. 0 . pointed the 1917 road supervis- Eatacada.
Friends o f Mr. ami Mrs. Cloid ('U p
O F. building Saturday night of iors, as follows, most of the ap*
gave them a pleasant surprise
this week. Tickets Toe
pointées being the sume as last party Thursday evening at their home
Mrs. George Rodgers, who has year:
Money to loan— Valley Realty
NOTES A N D PERSONALS
at Hillside. Those present report a
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf been in poor health for several District.
Add resa. very enjoyable time. The evening was
Tualatin s|»ent in playing cards.
Miss Martha McIntyre visited
White kid gloves cleaned, 10c months, will leave next week to
Z. T. Cole
Herbert Hazlrtt has lieen removed to
friends in McMinnville last week. per pair at Ruggles’, next to post spend the rest of the winter in
Laurel, It 2 Forest Grove, where he will begin tlie
A trial order is all we ask; next office.
Caston, K I ozone treatment.
to postoffice. Ruggles Cleaning
Another enjoyable dance was given
Warranty deed and mortgage
evening at the “ Haney H all.”
blanks for sale at the Express es* Grove Shoe Store lately, you fi-
Beaverton, It 2 While the |>eople o f Thatcher are com
won’t know the place when you !
Mrs. John Templeton is con office.
Beaverton, it 3 pleting preparations for building an
8. L. M. Hesse
it, for Manager Russell and
fined to her room with an attack
For Rent— Five rooms in house
HUIadal*. ft 9 entertainment hall, they nfe accepting
9. A . Zwiener
Beaverton the generous hospitality extended by
just west of Laughlin Hotel. In his right-hand man, Orval Hutch- to. J. J. Shevlin
J. J. Wismer
lauft ft 9 Mr. and Mrs. W ill Haney, who are o f
For Sale— Nice driving horse, quire at this office.
Hillsboro, It 3 fering their home as a meeting place
12 C'has. Meaeham
good harness and buggy. Inquire
A t Verts’ hall tomorrow' even-
Forest Grove for their many friends. Refreshments
at this office.
A quilting bee was enjoyed by a UL A. ft. Todi
mg the Catholic voung people will
11, Henry Vandyke Forest Grove, It 2 are by no meuna a minor feature of
I number of girls Friday afternoon
George G. Hancock, real es
Forest Grove, K 1 the evening's enjoyment.
f t J. M. Hiatt
tate, farm loans and fire insur present “ Home Ties,” a Cumt ' at the home of Carol Phillips. f t N. Muthman
Banks, It 1
Carl ('U p sh a w 's hounds chased a
drama in four acts. See cast of
ance, new Anderson block.
Banks coyote out o f Mr. William 's timber Sat
Tea and chocolate eclaires were 17. John Friday
characters on page four.
Cornelius, Il I urday morning, hut it proved too swift
For Rent— Five-room house,
¡served after the completion of the 18. J. L. Groff
Hillsboro, K 4 for the dogs ami disap|saared in the
Hugh Watson, formerly a r^s" first quilt. The girls went home 19. Fred Hamel
near depots, modern. Inquire of
Mountaindale wood*. The Williams hoys took a shot
‘ ident of this city, but now in the in the evening carrying two nicely 90. Gabe Fjtsner
Buxton at the animat hut it was too far away
Will Dunsmoor of Portland implement business at Chehalis,
the result of their 9ft Harry Robinson
Beaverton, it I for the shota to take effect.
visited his sister, Mrs. R. C. Hill, Wash., stopped off between trains
Gaston, It 1
The West and Simmons families took
9ft H. D. Matteson
Friday to say “ Howdy” to a few
Gaston, It 2 dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. H. Hoffman
Glenn Morgan, a senior in the
Hillsboro, It 2 Ballinger.
The latest Columbia records of of his intimates.
25. L s. Pringla
and assistant in Chem
Beaverton, Ft 2
Come to literary Wednesday evening.
the new songs on sale at Littler’s
Mrs. Henry Meier and Mrs. istry, has been given charge of
Banks, It 3 Tlie young people are preparing a good
27. Henry Keenon
James Page of Portland visited
Hillsboro, It 3 program. Everybody invited.
Mayor and Mrs. Geo G. Pat Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. the Chemi try class at the high 2M. J. B. Campbell
Forest Grove, K 1
i 29. Grant Bailey
erson attended the Portland auto Page’s NIK,„
r Mrs. Harry Whit
Charley Rot*, Aaron Scott, A . G.
Banks, It 3
30. J. M. Vanderzanden
Hoffman, Judge Hollis, I)r. Nixon,
airangements have been made
Beaverton, It 1
32. Thos. Bradley
Rice, C. W. Creel. O W.
Bernard Ortmar, an. son C!ar-
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKeeber
33. Ben Heesaoker Forest Grove, K2
enee attended the auto show a
ork city departed Tues- teachers will be supplied
at t ,of
;of New y
34. Ambrose Schmidlin
Hillsboro, It 3 att* nded a big Masonic “ doings”
; day for California, after visiting
The members of the P
sen. 35. Carl Berggren
Barona in Portland Saturday. The “ boys”
36. C. C. Nelson
For Sale— F a u l t l e s s stump- Mr. McKeeber s cousins Mes- •
Cornelius wire chaperoned (a part of the
puller, complete and in good con- d a m e s M S Allen ar HA r ¿1 tf ! ,or r 'a&’ ari<l otbers who assiste i 37. Grant Mann
dition. Phone David 251. 1-tf
*. & ‘ e n a n d A . G Holf-
the class p|ay recently given 38. George Fate
t ime by Me daines Roe and Scott.
Second-hand s c h o o l b o o k s K w t o b *
; ^ ‘ R” were entertained at the home of 90.
The Express prints butter wrap-
b o u s i h t a t VanKoutrhnet &
---- a retired business man j George Rasmussen Friday even- f t Wallace Watkins
41. It. Feldman
i |M*rs with non-poisonous ink.
Re “«■ s druv sro ,
SP<?n' i ,n« !0me of
in« at dinner and -R o o k " and
Redvr d.u « srore^
plus time and money m travel.
during the eveni„ g lhe pre8ident 42. Otto Brose
( 8 . Albert Kruger
Mr. and Mr»,
Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. B. F. of the class presented Miss Bag- 44. Will E d f
entertained Mr. and M r . Earl
Hillsboro, It 1
White and Mrs. Buriingham were stad with a -et of Ibsen’s plays., 45. Alfred Fieren
Buxton at a six o’clock dinner
Banka, Ft 2
guests at dinner at the W. G.
For Rent— 160-acre farm, 2 H 46. D. L. Smith
Beaverton, Ft 3
, u .
. , . . . Harrington home in Portland Fri- miles from Forest Grove,
N O W O PE N .
W hen Grant
backed his day> meet Mias Edna Griffith, from Dilley, joins Webers’ on the i 48. John Schmeltzer
4». Martin D«>escher
Cases Received Day or Night
Ford out of his garage yesterday who Ls a fiister of
Hillsboro, It 4
Harring- East— 90 acres under cultivation. 50. L. M. Rider
Surgical and Obstetrical
s!!iiThera ^ Paid fi r
r ° n f.ar h T 'A 3 t0n and is ° n her way backt0 Good barn, for 30 head of stock, 51. Jake Wilson
Southern Pacific car caught the China after furlough. Miss Grif- lots of hay room, 2 silos, good 52. J. M. Richards
MRS. E. N. HUGHES,
rear of the Ford and smashed the fifth spoke here before the Congre-1
53. C. M. Scofield
Registered Nurse, Superintendent
well and milk house
N o house
rear wheels. Mr. Hughes was not gational Missionary society Wed-
Miss Maude Knight left M on
on place, but will bul'd one, if
MRS. JE NNIE A. KEEHEK.
O w i^ r.
agreeable tenants are secured.
Fitrest Grove, Ore
Rent—$500.00 per year.
Will her aunt, Mrs P. F Wright, of
b ase from one to five year-
Ap ' Spokane.
The Best in
ply Joe A Wiles.
Salt and Fresh Meats
Golden West Coffees, Teas, Spices and Extracts.
All kinds o f Fruits and Vegetables, in Season.
Our Goods Are the Best— Our Prices Are Right.
—Right on the Corner-
The Pacfic Market
C. H. GIGUERE, Prop.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
7:30 p. m. First half hour regular topic
and last half Bible Study of Book of
Lord’s Day ‘•ervices as follows:
Bible school 9:45 a. m.
11 a. m. Lord's Supper and Sermon.
Theme: “ Hindrances to P rayer.’’
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. rn. Song Service and sermon.
Theme: “ The Greatest Thief in the
World.'* Baptismal service following
W e extend an invitation to you to
come and worship with us.
R. L. P U T N A M , Pastor.
Forest Grove Electric Store
Four Doors West o f Postoffice
Anything Electrical and
W ill Open About Feb. 6
ALYCE TODI), Manager