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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1917)
KING & COMPANY ANNOUNCE A BIG
Many people have a hard time
making' ends meet. The outgo
end should never meet the in
come end, but the income end
should always overlap. The
part which overlaps should go
into the Savings Rank.
Quit trying to make ends
meet and try to make the in
come end overlap.
On the portion which over
laps, this bank will allow you
1 per cent i n t e r e s t , com
Sale Starts Saturday, May 19th - Lasts 13 Days
First National Bank
Everything in the Store is to Go on Sale - No Reserve
Forest Grove, Ore.
‘A Strong Bank in a Good Town"
NOTES A M ) PERSONALS
On Saturday morning, May 19th, at 9 o’clock, we throw open our
doors to the Greatest Bargain Carnival Event ever held in the vicinity of
Forest Grove. We have made extra preparation for this Big Sale.
Every article of merchandise in the store is to go on sale at a Special
Discount and our store will be Closed All Day Friday, May 18th, in order
to rearrange the store conveniently for this big sale.
R. O. Stevenson was trading in
Mrs. Ed. Ahlgren was a visitor
in Portland Saturday.
O. V. B. garden tools at Gor
don’s hardware store.
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Walker
motored to Portland Sunday.
Howard McGill of Portland
visited his parents in this city
Rev. Putnam will preach the
second Sunday of each month at
H. T. Buxton, who has been
quite ill for several weeks, is
George G. Hancock, real es
tate, farm loans and fire insur
ance, new Anderson block. 50
Jim Ritchie left Monday for
Weston, Umatilla county, to look
after his farm interests.
Highest price paid for wool and
mohair and new and second-hand
wool sacks for sale at A. G. Hoff
man & Co.’s.
The new curve-cut, form-fitting
collars for men just received by
John Anderson, the here-to-stay
merchant. The latest thing out.
John Traver; who has pur
chased the A. T. Buxton farm,
this week purchased from Goff
Bros, a side-delivery hay rake and '
Miss Alta Soule returned Fri
day from California, where she
has been attending Berkeley Uni
versity, for a vacation visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. C.
Extra Salespeople have been engaged to serve you promptly, so
come prepared to witness the greatest sale ever held in Forest Grove.
Remember, this Sale Begins Saturday, May 19th,
and Ends Saturday, June 2nd.
KING & COMPANY
See Large Circulars for Prices and Particulars.
H. T. GILTNER
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
South Main Street
Forest Grove, Ore
Stop at the corner and look at our fine lot of
vegetables and fruits.
? Our Prices are RIGHT.
• Our goods are THE BEST.
The Pacfic Market
C. H. GIGUERE, Prop.
Job printing phono 821.
Money to loan—Valley Realty
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 10-tf
Miss Mary Bowman returned
to her home here Sunday, after an
absence of several months.
Misses Ruth Patton and Helen
Phillips spent Saturday visiting
and shopping in Portland
Kenneth Hawke writes from
Vallejo, Calif., that the boys are
now in camp there. Many take
plea- ure trips to San Francisco j
during their 48-hour week-end'
leave of absence.
At a m e e t i n g of James B.,
Mathew post No. 6, department
of Oregon, G. A. R., held yester
day, the members voted $7 50 to!
purchase a new bugle for the Boy
Scouts of this city and the money !
was turned over to Scoutmaster!
Oil Stove Safety
T he Florence 1» ttie clean, safe, sim
ple, reliable, economical oil atove—
ready to give 11 - m uch cooking heat as
you wish, when you wish It.
You ran keep one—o r four—burners
at an intensely h o t llamr, o r merely
sim m ering. T o change the b eat you
turn a simple, lit tic (patented) lever
device. Burners close up under the
ro o k in g ; no heat wasted.
T here are no wicks to trim
valves to leak. A \ t;/ass
“ h u ll's e y f "
shows you always how much oil Is In
the tank. Upper reservoir holds a full
Oil Cook Stoves the 7o°*,
While practicing shooting in a
pasture on the Todd place, west '
of the city, last Saturday evening,
Donald Mis/, accidentally killed a I
valuable Jersey cow belonging t o .
H. B. Johnson. Young Misz says'
the bullet hit the tree at which he 1
fired, passed through and killed
the cow, which he did not see
when he pulled the trigger. He
has promised to reimburse Mr.
Johnson for the animal.