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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1917)
The Grant Hailey and Bernard
Otmun families are enjoying an
outing at Netarta,
from this long established concern fhat supplies the
To get I he liest results with apparel
needs of Men and Boys, assure of correct
your camera use the Arisen Speed- garments
at economical prices, The utmost in vai-
ex film, for sale only by Littler’s ue and lasting
Hill Good returned Saturday
from a hunting and fi-hing trip to
Coos county. He got no venison, Morrison «t Fourth and r„
hut plenty of fish.
i m T h ird s treet.
P *< » Stores in
Beans are going to he too val
uable to waste in the threshing. Double S. & H. Stamps
See th e thresher at Cordon’s
A (fuaint Old Saying
Washington County Transfers
I toy Mayea returned Saturday Hark a« far
a« I recollect,
to u tin g real estate trans-
from a three months’ visit in Father «aid, in hi« i|iiaint old way,
recorded with the regis
Michigan. Mrs. Mayea and child- “ Look for things that you don’t ex-
of deeds at Hillsboro during
Hut when you draw a little doner and are still ill Michigan.
Corvallis, Ore., Aug. 28 — ter
your hand« and »houlder« touch,
| have just taken the agency I .. .. , . .
to P Nowakowski,
You find the trait« you hated really for t he cele b ra te d Hart, Schalfner Thing« I1.'"
’, ginerely turned out je«’ agents have been appointed by all of NW Stawny
1-4 of Sec 17, T 3
don’t amount to much.
& Marx tailored clothing for men. Percise a« father wan apt to say: the Oregon Agricultural College N, R 4 W , $10.
When next you «tart to aneering and ( (>mp in anti flick OUt your suit “ Look for thing« that you don’t ex
W m N Haynam to Mary R Haynam,
and the U. S Department of Ag 41.62
your |irai«e« turn to blame,
pect, ’ ’
J L Northrup DLC No 44,
riculture for seven districts of T 2 N acres
Know more of him you censure than About noon last Saturday th e W a’n’t it «ort of a ipieer old way?
buNincNH «nd hi« name:
■ _ . _ . was called
.• , to
.. Je«’ as he told me, I’ve alius found
et vir to H G Cypher et
.. ro r hi«
it « likely that a<'i|uaintanrc would
1-4 of SE 1-2 of See
crop« in the blackest loam
your prejudice dispel
hoIm * ot Mrrt K lla 0 ls o n * w h' rt‘ Sw Finest
containing 20 acres,
Ami vou'il really come to like him if some children had set fire to the
you knew him very well.
woodshed, which was practically Biggest hearts in the humblest home m ade to cover the entire state.
J C Schulmerich et ux to J H Ken
When you get to know a fellow and iujne(]. Damage is estimated at G reatest
tract W of NE corner of Sec 36,
hope» in the grayest eyes,
you under«tand hi« way».
R 4 W, $225.
Then hi« fault« won’t really m atter
et ux to L R Cypher et
AI Sexton, who is employed as pect,”
for you’ll find a lot to praise.
l-4of SE 1-4 of Sec25,
The National Jeweler. a watchman by the American W a’n 't it sort of a strange old way? She Was graduated from O A C T 2, N R 3 W, containing 20 acres, $10.
Beet Sugar c o m p a n y , at Oxnard, Help h»* come when my sorrows grew and > since
, * Millard Buchanan to C W Mertz et
NOTKS AND l’EKSONALS Calif,
of hi- Kon»l
K^.luation has hr
n UXi lot. 24 and IS. Comeliu. environ..
t h e Right from the folks that had hurdins, ^-aching domestic science in For- containing 20 acres, $3,000.
Job printing phone 821.
est Grove. She has a keen senst- J C Latta et ux to Aden Keen, tract
writer, little sample bags of beet Folks
of values and is counted on to do heginningat NE corner of lot 2, blk 22,
Money to loan Valley Realty sugar.
Forest Grove, $10.
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kelsey Friendliest friends alius seemed to me most effective work.
The appointment of agents is Get your vacation accessories,
Bernard Ortman has installed a and daughter, Martha, returned Friend« that didn’t pretend to he—
by the provisions of ^uch as ^Talcum ^Powder, Face
I'ayne prune dipper and spreader Sun,Jay from thelr visit in Idaho. Girierally things turned out that way!
Creams, Bathing Caps, etc., at
at his dryer.
Littlers Rharmaey, where t h e
I Clarence had been ai Mu cn about
precise as he used to say!
i- designed to obtain leSWers to as prices
George G. Hancock, real es three months and Mrs. Kelsey Je s’ John
I). Wells, in Buffalo News. sist in the food emergency cam
tate, farm loans and fire insur and Martha we n t about two
Express prints butter wrap
paign that is counted on to create pers The with
ance, new Anderson block 50 weeks ago for a visit. Mr. Kelsey
(’has. F. Miller of Portland wa* is b ick in the Forest Grove plan Mr. and Mrs. E. J McAlear a patriotic desire to use the home-
and children of Hill-boro visited grown food and leave as much of
a business visitor in thi.s’city Mon ing mill.
at the Good and Morris homes the staples as possible for ship- DR. H. C. FORTNER
men* to the nation and its allies.
A fine line of nifty fall sweaters day forenoon gave an exhibition Sunday.
for men, women and children just of rough riding in a Ford au u Friday, Sept. 7lh, Dr. Lowe, The work is financed entirely
received at John Anderson’s
Portland’s well-known ey(»sight from the funds appropriated to
Mrs. F. L. Sherrett returned GofT store, when her car to >k the
Thursday from a visit with her sidewalk and swept it clean of
for more than a quarter served provide suitable office Residence 3.32
husband in Southern Oregon.
popcorn wagon and ice cream of ing a here
Mrs. L. M. Graham and two freezers. The only damage was
and scientific, skillful service, has maintaining agricultural agents D. D. & M. B. BUMP
younger children visited friends to the popcorn wagon.
the two sets of agents will occupy
at St. John Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Claude Smith last ! uilt up a fine business.
Attorneys at Law
tht* si,me office- In 0,hel' counties
N'o other farm wagon gives you Thursday evening entertained a C. H. Willoughby of Vancouver, the
and Real Estate
are expected to D. D. Loans
the service you get out of the few friends in honor of Mrs. Hugh B. C., and W. C. Arnold of Oak aid communities
M. B. BUMP,
m locating and to maintain Residence
Winona, with the iron-clad hubs. Watson, who left the following land. Calif., last evening opened
See this wagon at Gordon’s hard
day for her home at Chehalis, Fourth street, between Third and The dt monstration work of the Phone 411
John Taylor has taken a con- Wash. Cards were the medium Fourth avenues, s o u t h . The agents will be directed by the Ore J N. HOFFMAN
tract to bring the Moor in the of entertainment, followed by light meetings will continue nightly ex- gon Agricultural College Extension
Miller building, Main street, to refreshments. T h o s e in attend eept Saturdays) u n t i l further Service.
Attorney At Law
the level of the sidewalk and is ance besides th*- host and hostess no ice, beginning at 7:45 p. m. Warranty deed and mortgage Patent Office Business Solicited
were Mr. and Mrs. J. W Hughes, Th public i invited.
now on the job.
blanks for sale at this office.
Mrs Eva Stockman, formerly and Mrs. C. O. Roe. Mr. and George J. Limber, Benton Bow
of this city, was united in mar Mrs. A. A Hall, Mr. and Mrs. man. Glenn Payne and James
riage with J o e Harrington of W. C. Benfer. Mesdames Hugh Young, members of the Hillsboro
Sheffiin at Vancouver, Wash , on Watson, W. W. Goff and L. C I. O O F. lodge, visited the local
Aug. 14th. Mr. and Mrs Har Misz, Misses Eva Richey and lodge Monday night, to talk over
rington will reside on the Harring Laureile Benfer and Mr. Donald plans for the big county picnic to
ton ranch, near She(11 in
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
be given by tin* Odd Fellows and
Rebekahs on Sept. 15th. They
report that the grand mast« r
P H O N E 7 01
has accepted the invitation to
make the principal address and
South Main Street -
Forest Grove, Ore
some of the Rebckah assembly
officers will also be present.
The Other Fellow
Whs» you gat to know a fa llow, knaiw
tana joy» unii know Ida cars*,
Whan you com« to un<lcr«t«rid him
anil ttu* burden« tliMt hi’ hesr«,
When you've learned the fight he's
ttiHkiiiK Htiai the trouble«in tun way,
Then you find that he in different
than you thought him yi’Hteralay.
You will filial hi« fault« are trivial anil
there'« not mui'h to blame
In the brother flint you jeered at
wtien you only knew hi« name.
You «re i|uick to nee the hleruinh in the
di«t«nt neighbor's style;
You a'«n |ioltit to all hi« error« anal
may »neer at him the while,
A ml your prejudice« fatten anal your
hate« more violent grow
A h you talk about the failure« of the
man you ilo not know.
LION Special SU ITS
Women District Agents
tor Oregon Counties
H. T. GILTNER
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Complete Travel Service
Frequent Trains, with a
Record for Punctuality
Oregon State Fair
Special Round Trip Fares to Salem from
Oregon Electric Stations daily, Sept. 20
to 29; good for return any time uu to
Reduced Fares Sept. 16 to 20, for
Washington County Improvement
Washington County Fair,
Oct. 2 to 5.
J. E. FARMER, Agent
Forest Grove, Ore.
ih A T POUCH WILL APPEAL)! GENUINE GRAVELY/
TO OFFICERS AND M E N -fV H A S BEEN CHEWED IN)
REAL PREPAREDNESS. E H 'ljT H E NAVY AN D T H E L
/SUPREM E COURT EVER)
U G CELEBRATED
C h ew in g Plu§ | |
B E F O R E THE INVENTION
O F OUR PATENT A IR-PROOF PO U C H
GRAVELY PLU G TOBACCO
MADE STRICTLY FOR ITS CHEWING QUALITY
WOULD NOT K EEP F R E S H IN TH IS SE C T IO N .
NOW THE PATENT PO U CH K E E P S IT
F R E S H AND C L E A N AND G O O D
A LITTLE CHEW O F GRAVELY IS E N O U G H
AND L A ST S L O N G E R THAN A B IG C H E W
O F O R D IN A R Y P L U G .
Co D advilu .V a . *< ti * " Y ? ’' , d
b i l i y ' p o s t e r ’ s b il l b o a r d s )
ARE W IN N IN G RECRUITSf