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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1917)
The Highest Compliment the World can Pay is
“Trial of February"
Was Itili Success
O» m 0
The proper handling of your own affairs in sp in 's
CONFIDENT K !
Look about you. How many people without l in k
ing connections have your confidence?
The Moral is Obvious.
Wo Imve junt reeoi veti the
Inrgcst Mock of
T 1R E S
room; Soldier* from the'« tenth
and eighth gran«' Minuet 1 'till
by Mtv* t'iark ’« r»*om. Ch«rt y
l'r«e Pantomimi 1" bo>« ftoitt
Miss Miller’s room; I *g Drill by
guis from Mit.' M\«le's mom,
limili1 «>f the lb I I I ' bt Miss
over shipped to Forest drove.
Krafsie s room. Gia«.e School
We shall earry in stook at all
Chorus, directed I't Miss IVehin
times all the regular sizes in
The prog I am showed careful
FO R EST GROVE, O RE.
work on the (tart ol both pupils
two grades, the Vacuum Cup,
“A Strong Hank in a Good T o * n ”
and (cachet* Great credit for
guaranteed for «*.000 miles,
the success of the entertainment
and the Bar ó Circle, for
Money to Ioan Yalley Realty
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
Co., Fort'st Greve, Oregon. 19-tf
8,1*00. Note our prices find
for training the children under
The Express prints butter wrap
W hile kid gloves elea ned, HV their charge to Miss Enschede
buy spring requirements be
pens with non*poisonous ink.
per |<àir at Kugg’es’, next to post and Miss Greet for then excellent
fore another advance.
Lime and Sulphur spray, by office.
work in prewiring the costu es,
the gallon or barrel, at Liitier’s
and in particular to the committee
VACUUM c u p
BAR 5 CIRCLE
A tr ai order is al! we ask; next inemla'rs. M i" Lathrop, Miss
$ 1 4 .0 0
$ 1 0 .9 0
to post office. Rugglos Oleati ng Dell and Miss C arke, who hud
For Sale— Nice driving ht>rs*>. Works
1 8 .4 5
generili oversight o f the whole en
good harness and buggy. Inquire
1 7 .0 0
The lattst Columbia records «>f tertainment ami who e<«ached the
3 0 .4 5 *
3 3 -4
at this office.
2 .7 6
thè new songs on sale at lattiera
The school is indebted» tint, to
3 2 .4 5
2 3 .6 6
George (.?. Hancock, real es Pharmacv.
Mr. Ray Williams, who tram d
3 5 - 4 1i
4 3 .2 5
3 1 .3 0
tate. farm loans and fire insur
Lime and sulphur spray is sold the boys appearing as soldiers, to
ance, new Anderson block
very rea>onable n pi ice this year Mr. Harvev Baldwin and Ch ef
We carry a full line of
For Salt F a u l t l e s s stump- at YanKougiinet «k Ked«r’s ding Lennevi le for th« use of room' in
which to care forth* children par
pu'ler, complete and in good con store.
ticipating, to Manager Hoffman,
dition. Phone David 251. 1-tf
High s c h o o l boy desires work who assisted in many ways, and
Get t h e guaranteed “Pakro for boa it on farm near town, or to all others who co-operated to
Seedtape” for your garden. It would pay part b ead , inquire make the program a success
The net proceeds of the enter
is the most economical of them at Exprt ss office
Phone 6 8 8
Forest Grove, Ore
tainment. which will amount to
all For Sale at Lit tier’s Phar
over $t>0 00, w'll be u-e in the
Last Number oi Lyceum Course
purchase of a phonograph and
Catholic Church Notes
City Water Is 0 . h .
As announced on Febiuary ?th records f o r use in the schools.
n t lerture o f the nerien which
city health officer,
to the hoiueis of Lyceum Course
Rev. F a th e r Ruck will give on " W h a t
W. J . McCreadv returned Sun- tickets, the last number ot the
recently 'ent to the state board of
the Uhurch Relieve« ami T e a r he«/’ will
day from Montana, where he and euur>e will be given on Friday
be given in V ert« ’ Hall. F o rest Grove, health for analysis samples of wa
n ex t Sunday evening, March 4th. at ter from the city mains and has
L A. Copeland have been in-pec:- evening of this wt-e,, March 2nd,
o'clock. The«e are absolutely free, been informed that the water is
ing and adding to the holdings of at the College Cnapei, at i>:t»0.
The program given at K. of P. n i l collection will III- t:ik«-M milt every
the Copeland Lumber company i he number w .11 consist ot a lec-
v*-ry good and healthful.
Tbey purchased yards at White ture, illustrated with the stere- hall by the Women S Relief ( o r p s one i« moat rordialiy invited to attend,
Your neighbors are planting
Sulphur Springs and Ringi ng and opiicon. on ‘World Progress,” la s t Thursday afternoon in honor The following «ubjecta will t»e treated:
Sunday evening. March 4 - - " T h e O ri “ Pakro Seedtape.”
will open a new yard at Clarkston, show ing by maps ¿nd pictures the of Wa-hington and Lincoln was a
Buy it for
giving the company nine yards in recent advance of the world in ^ood one and was highly appr ci* gin o f the Catholic Church. Are there your garden. Ask Littler’s Phar
mark« by which we may know, without
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Religion, Eoucation, Temperance, ated by the members of that order. fear o f error, a true Christian Church?” macy about it.
Mr. McCready says he eo dest woman Suffrage, Contioi of Dis- .
, _ .
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weather he encounter d while in
Abo.uion of Slavery, Ad-
e . *
^ Sunday evening. March II — ‘ ‘The
Ben Willard expects to leave
Montana was 22 degrres below vanctment o Industry and sim-
a number of invited visitors Catholic Church and the Bible. Why
Monday foi Central Point, Jaok-
which was Dot uncomfortable.
i ar movements, with discussion
The exercises open* d with :* Frieat« 1)0 Not M arry .”
Sunday evening, March l s - - ” Wrhat 1« son coun'y, Where he goes to ac-
Deep snow blockaded the rail-
suen probien^ as the increasing prayer by Comrade Hatch, f«*1
nd 1« the Catholic ,-ept a reportorial position on the
r->ad for ten days nea- White cost of living, the growth of mon- |owetj py the singing of “T h e ! (
i ^ n to . gain
ngs and Messrs Mc- opoiy and t
Chureh anxious to
Herald, Bert Dyer’s paper.
Star-Spangled Banner,^ th e uudl- Sunday evening, March 2 5 ~ ” Intol-
Cready and Copeland got out of welfare. Method- o m e e t i n g ence joining in th e singing.
, erance; St. Bartholomew'« Eve: queen
the town with a team and sleigh. l“ese Pr°b-ems wi I be p er*-nted,
Mary of England.”
Business is brisk in Montana and »bmung the oeve.opment ot so-
(R e v .) J . R. B U C K , Pastor
wages are high.
ic beauty and similar encoura^in^
frather of His Country,
Th-ee negroes were hanged for
many instances of th e
Eggs For Hatching
murder at White Sulphur while tsonal betterment. The lecture 2 r^atness of heart and mind of
White Wyandotte and R. I.
Mr. McCready was there, but he will be given by President Bush- hashing on.
50c per 15 J . W Frisine,
d dn’t have any curiosity to see
uitional charge, to ail holders of “boys” s a n g “ Marching Thru
Lyceum tickets and to students Georgia,” afti-r which Mrs. Stan-
f the College and t h e High ley gave a patriotic reading.
School. Admission to o hers 25c
Rev. Putnam of th Christian
"H I trade small business for
church delivered an interesting j team, harness and wagon. Ad-
The tweety-eizht norma! stud
and patriot c address on Lincoln, [ dri ss P. (). box 258.
holding the famous civil war pres
ents from Monmouth that have
Lord’* Day «erviee* as follows:
ident up as an excellent model for
Job printing phone 821.
been visiting in fourteen school
Bible school 9:4o a. m.
districts for the pa-t week depa''.-
11 a. m. Lord's .Supper and Sermon.
ec for their home Saturday even This service is the one we have been ; Mrs. Richards and Miss Rich
ing. These stu ents are prepa-- praying and looking for for some time. ards sar.g a duet that was both
me them-eves for ru-ai school I t is our opportunity to answer the patriotic and pleasing and Miss
w^rk. After having tak^n up the rorM-cal! of Je su s Christ for the evan- Mooie -ang a solo that was
The First National Bank
I knuink Edison Mazda Lamps
State Normal Students
C H A R M I N G
Tbs.........m on w ill be’ t e t h U c h a r m i n , i ‘
*» . J . R Beach read a
us, as a people, « respond
Ju d g ® W
the conci jT l'‘ ^ -h e ) r e a . » ‘ X- w , t h large gifts. Foreign mi, . . poem appropriate ¡o the occasion,
ib: in tbeschoo - Tbey have be*- challenges the world.
l a nd Mrs. Minnie Horsrnan of
permitted to “try their hand
At V - eve- / -ervice we will have ' P o r t l a n d , department councilor
zi'i'-r that the WO-ic - h e -
rü i made a
'- 'd a
Hill y j" V. ’ er
»*"■»• mb' *
fro* bOt • trie vi- ting and county
Jn the a.' ’.¿moon prer-
ide-1 J H. Acke-'.'.an addre-.-e<J
a :a'ge • j o c y '/ teachers and
the delegate*! ^ W. R . C ., made a few re-
te me ute C. E. Omvention re^rt. marks, during which she promised
10 p. rr,
to be with the W. R . C. during
v.e rr.«.-. audivinum and continue until the encampment in this city next
' ■?> V m.
A abort sermon will
follow J u n e .
Hubject: ”How Long
v. .. yc L — f/ Betv.e< n the Two Sid»-»?”
• ■ be pe al mirdr. g.ssl
".or. ■ ■ v • g. Everybody invited.
k. L PUTNAM, P«ut/,r.
Ye»., ».r,e cost of Ji ving’* high,
fc'Jt we’d rather live than die.
And. > ■ ' m V. e n r.it a.i live and eat, let us supply
jrvir want*. We hi
Meats, N e^etables and Fruits
in vrav.' and a*. Jp-a-/jr able Brices.
R ight on the Otrne.r
Phone Your Want«
The Pacfic Market
C. II. GIOLKHK, I'rop.
With the singing of America the
program came to a close, after
which the a u d i e n c e a d j o u r n e d to
the banquet hall, where an ex-
cellent lunch was served.
The hall was beautifully and
appropriately decorated for the
occasion, 'Old Glory” figuring
prominently In the decorations,
augmented by pictures o Wash
ington and Lincoln, the cherry
t r e e and hatchet, the log cabin
and an a b u n d a n c e of green foliage
The program wa« arranged by
Mrs. W. C . Benfer. patriotic in
structor for the Corps, who pre
sided at the meeting.
Misses Lyla Short, Sadie Mr-
Coy, Fern Reynolds, Vio'a Ram
sey, Kate Roe and Dulcina and
Ernestine Brown and Messrs.Ken-
nard Dixon and Ernest Dye, who
attended the state Christian En
deavor convention at Salem last
week, returned home Monday.
In All the N EW COLORS.
Each day brings us new arrivals in the Suit Department.
They are NOT AT ALL High Priced.
New Spring Coats
Latest Sport Models, Straight-line effects and
Novelty Bolted Styles.
(All sizes for Women and Misses)
Pretty W ool Dresses
Cut on the Billie Burke order -
$4.75, $6.75 and $11.95
D AIN TY W AISTS
in Voile and Crepe de Chine.
Colors, White, Flesh, Coral, Mustard, Nile and Gold.
We make a Specialty of Large Sizes for Stout Women.
Goar’s W om an’s Shop
Third S treet
Phone, Main 803
H ILLSBO RO
(Only Exclusive Woman’s Store in the County)