The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, September 20, 1917, Image 8

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    TIRE SALE
It's Soezy. Try it. Buy it.
Mr. ami Mrs. K. P Stout visit­
ed Portland Tuesday.
Miss Gladys Goodrich is one of
the force at the Fuqua store.
Good used sewing machines for
sale or trade. Koe & Go
The largest f>o tablet in the
city at VanKoughnet & Reder’s.
Judge Stevenson of Gales Creek
was a business visitor in the city
y 'terday.
Mrs. \V. C. Renter yesterday
af ertioon entertained the M K.
A d society at her home.
^Mrs H. T. Rag ley and Miss
Nora Smith of Hillsboro visited
Forest Grove friends Tuesday.
A fine line of winte underwear
for men. women and children just
v a c w a i t s « » A t CAB
arrived at the A G. Hotfman &
Co. store.
Write your friends to come to
*
•
the W’ashing'on County Fair, Oct.
2. 3 t and 5 They’ll enjoy the
big show
A stylish line of Ladies' Misses’
ami Children’s Coats ju>t arrived
at Anderson’s. They are very
good for the price
Mr and Mis. Chas. Hill of Al­
liance. Neb , who have been visit­
Five Passenger $420.70
Two Passenger $405.70
Phone 6 83
Forest Grove, Ore
ing the Ander-on family, tie .r
Dilley, return« d home Monday.
Jimmy Williams of company K,
NO TES A N D PE R SO N A LS It's Soezy.. Try it. Huy it. third
Oregon, has be« n in the ci y
John Anderson motor« d to Port­
several
days, visiting rends He
land Tuesd
It's Soezy. Try it. Buy it.
r-
ports
that his comp ny leaves
Found—Package of dress goods. Clackamas
Good used sewing machines for
n« xf Monday f o r
Inquire at ihis office.
sale or trad“. Roe & Co.
Camp Greene, Charlotte. N. C.
Fr ink Porter of Astoria is visit­ The members of the Forest
A daughter was born Sunday to
ing
re'atives and a very dear Grove Rifle club are ur ed t<>
Mrs Martin Yunderbr ok of Dil­
New Piano Tearher at P. IJ.
f
iend
in this city this wetk.
ley.
meet at Verts hall at 7:30 next,
Th«* Conservatory of Music at
Nobby new hats for men ami Tuesday, Sept. 2». Important 1
For Rent—Furnished or un­
Pacific
l'Diversity announces one
boys
just
arrived
at
John
Ander­
business By order of the Presi
furnished house, good location.
change
in the personnel of its
son’s
You
must
see
thi-m
to
dent.
Hollis & Graham.
37-2t
The p«Mipl«* -if Watts school < 1»s- faculty. Mrs Charles Walker,
know how good they are.
Ralph Oglesby, manager of the! trie are planning for the bust fair who was th e assistant piano
Mrs. Eleanor McEldowney will
W.
D
Shepard
late
of
Silver-
Seav«y
hop yards was in town ever h«‘l<l in th«* distrii’t this y**ar teacher last year, has had to give
receive vocal pupil- at her studio,
ton,
is
a
late
arrival
in
th
e
c
ty
yesterday
and says ti e pickers all and they have set th«* date for up her work on account of ill
at the home of C. V. B. Russell.
He is a painter and decorator and left Saturday and ne is now en | Oct 1st, the 'lay b«*fore th** open­ health. The vacancy has been
A nice lot of woolen go d s may conclude to loc ite here.
uag“d in baling Th«- yard pro- ; ing of the Washington County filled by Mi-s Nina M Walker of
suitable for coats and suits, just
Mrs. Max W«-rr ami daughter duced only ab«»ut ha f a crop, b u t! Fair in this city.
Portland. Mi>s W a l k e r has
received at the A. G Hoffman of Boise. I ‘aho, are visiting Mrs. the qua ity was excellent.
There will be a grand parade at studied with the leading teachers
store.
Werre’s mother. Mr- M M.
O M. Sabford has received 10 o’clock, followed by the judg- of Portland and is well fitted for
M iss Ann Anderson of near Dil­ Hughes, at the L- vi Smith horn*. from Floyd Tucker ot company injr « f exhibits Then comes a big the p< isition. She mak«*s a special­
ley departed Monday for Port­
basket dinner.
ty of children's w irk and begin­
Sunday’s Oregonian reports that 30, Fifth regiment, L'. S. marines,
land, where she expects to spend
Rr«>f. M. J. F nenga is on the ners and is very successful in this
a
postal
card,
written
'in
th«-
mid­
•J.
C.
Minckley
and
Mrs.
Carrie
the winter.
program for an address of interest branch of teaching. She is not
Williams, both of Forest Grove, dle of the A’lantic ocean.” Mr to farmers right after dinner.
The Albert Alexander family were married at Vancouver Sat­ Tucker says he enjoyed the voy­
unknown to the Forest Grove
Tuesday moved to Por tland where urday.
There will also be an eugenics people as sh«* has taught here in
age immensely, was never sick for
Mr. Alexander goes into the whole­
a m nute and ‘all is well aboard contest, where babies ur«* judged, the past two y<-ars with splendid
A nine-pound son was born i • ip. tt
sale drug bu iness.
aft«-r dinn« r. and a good progr;»m success
Sa'u-day evening to Mrs. A R. h
of
sports, including a h scuit eat­
The faculty concert, which is to
The members of the M. H. Pat­ Coplin and Grand'ath-r P W J Wesley Fro-.t. son of Mr. and
ing
contest,
to
which
Forest
Grove
be
an annual affair, will be given
Mrs.
N.
A
Frost,
of
Hillsboro,
ton family have moved f om their Watkins is mighty proud of the
some time in October.
and ex-L"nited St.ites consul at people, especially, are invited.
farm, near Newb«*rg, to this city, youngster
You can’t afford to miss th is
The registration so far indicates
Queenstown Ir land, delivt red an
so the children can attend school,
A new line of tlv celebrated Utz | illustrated lecture on “ German gathering.
an unusually good enrollment for
Mrs. Mabel Smith and litt'e & Dunn shoes for women and
the Conservatory an«| the outlook
Methods” at th«-Mul -
R«*v. R. K. Dunlap, Walter for
daughter arrived Sunday from misses and the Bu t«*r Brmvn Submarine
the college is very bright.
nomah
hfltel.
Portland,
Saturday.
Sellwood for a week’s visit with -hoes for children just receive I. j He told some harrowing tales of Ch Imers an«! C. L. Mocroft left
the former’s parents, Mr. and A G. Hoffman & Co.
People who are in the market
the heartles-ness of German sub­ Friday night in the Dunlap “ Liz­
Mrs. Hugh Smith
zie” for a hunting trip over in the for guaranteed Holstein cow- or
Mrs. D. B. Black of Am«ricani marine crews.
Mrs. Nellie Hamilton of Port­ Falls, Idaho, and daughter, Miss |
Wh«n th«y bulls should attend the auction at
John Ireland Jr., and brid.*, Vernonia district
land visited over Sunday with her Alma Clark, of New York City, formerly
Kent, Wash., on Oct. 3 and 4.
Mi-s Aileen Hendrickson had gon«* about ten miles they See
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank visited at thehom -of th' former’s! of Ketchikan.
advertisement on page 4.
A a-ka, arrive.; in b <.ke a wheel and Mr Chalmers
Crabtree, and left Monday for1 father, I.evi Smith, over Sunday. the city Sunday
w
lk«d
back*
to
town
and
got
an­
and will mak--
Mrs. Harry Wescott of Gaston
Newport.
their home on the Ireland farm,| other auto They then proceeded visited friends in this city Mon­
The
enro'lment
at
the
gradp
For Sale or Rent—Fine resi­ schools up t6 noon yesterday was near Gre-nville. A number of n their hunt, and are expected day.
dence, in good repair, 8 rooms, > 324
and in the higl school ITU, the young people w-nt to the hack tomorrow.
bath, toilet and pantry. Call at making
an even 500 pupils enroll home of Mr. Ir« land's patents, on
ANNOUNCEMENT
premises, second house north of ed. Last
Second avenue, Sunday evening I Jr. H. It. Moor«, C h iro p ractic P hy­
year
the
enrollment
the Main street lumber yard It* was 572. there being a slight fall­ and gave th** young couple a real sician, form erly o f F o rest (¡rove, has
can he secure«! from us for Fid I or
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hesse'tine ing off in both the grade and huh old-fashioned charivari. John opened offices in P ortland a t 317 Ab- j S pring p lanting. I.arg«- Prune T rees
came through like a true sport ington Itl'lg, betw e. ii W ashington and I arc very scarce this y ear on account o f
departed Friday for their new schools this year.
late sp ring anil «1 ry summi-r. th e re ­
and took hi- young friends to a S ta rk s tre e ts an«l will be glail to m eet the
home at Vancouver. Mrs Hes-
Tomorrow <F iday) evening the confectionery
fore to insure g«-tting the best tre e s
and
led
them
on,
seltine’s mother, Mrs. Kentner, is members
old
friend»
from
F
o
rest
d
ro
v
e
and
m oney can buy do not fail to w rite us
of Rosewood camp. Roy­ oft drinks and candies.
still in the local hospital, not being al Neighbors
mak«.* new ones.
b efo re buying s m a i . i . tre e s elsew here.
of
America,
will
be
in condition to make the trip.
T he doctor is th«»roughly co m p eten t
Buy early ami save money.
hosts to two dozen or more mem­
an«J reliable, and m akes ev ery case an
Mrs. Ben Whited and daughter bers of the Banks camn It is th'-
individual case, so when you see him
OREGON NURSERY CO„
left Tuesday fo«* Fairfield, Idaho, regular meeting night of the local
you a re su re o f th e best o f care.
Orcnco, Ore.
to vi-it the forme ’s parents. Mr camp and after the business mel t ­
(A dvt)
and Mrs W. L. Cady. Mr. Cady ing there will he a nice program
W h o r « tr a i n ' d »pwrialtsta w it h m o d e r n lab
has been ill and will move back to and refreshments.
o r a t o r ie s and ad e q u a te e q u i p m e n t g i v a in
this city as soon as he is able.
ue tt on le a d in g to c o l l e g i a l * da gr e aa in tba
Mr and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman atr
f a l l o w i n g aehonla
H. W. Danielson, with his wife and daughters, Mr-. Reba Secour A G R I C U L T U R E , w it h 13 d e p a r t m e n t « ;
Oswego black cement,
and two children, arrived Monday and Aileen Hoffman, Ma-rier Fid- C O M M E R C E , with 4 de par tm **ata ,
gives a beautiful glazed
from Mosier and Mr. Danielson, win Secour and Mab«I Patton and E N G I N E E R I N G , w it h 6 d a p a r t m « n ta . la
finish, 70c per sack.
an experienced dry goods man, is Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen and • t u d i n f Civil. E le ctric al H i g h w a y . I n d u a t n a l
and M ec h an ic al E n g i n e e r i n g ,
now at work in the A G. Hoffman daughters, Martha and Gertrude, Arta F O R Ir E r S ig T a R ti Y o n . , in»
la d i n g L o g g i n g E n g i n e e r
store. Mr. McKenzie was elected and Miss Margaret M(-Festers at­ l a g ;
Best on earth,
to a position in the bank at Spring- tended a pipe organ recital by H O M E EC ON OM IC S, w it h 4 m a jor d e p a r t
live, Edge grain
in c lu d in g t r a in i n g in th e Pro* tic*
field and thought it best to tak«* Prof. L E. Becker at the Portland ■n'-iita,
Houae;
the place, hence his resignation.
auditorium Sunday.
Cedar, $2.75 M
M I N I N G with thre*. depar t m e a t« , m c lu d
We bought a large supply of Tires
before the raise in prices. Come in
and get our prices. It will pay you.
T H E CAR TH A T RUNS
THE YEAR AROUND
More Light for Less Money
The best that Science can produce.
Three times the light of the old style Carbon lamps
for the same money.
Make the old home bright
And your light bills light
with the most efficient lamps made. We sell them.
GOFF BROS.
Stout Auto Co.
Li,iinì
Forest Grove l*"°iK
AIN 426
Watts District Fair
Is on October 1
j
Large Prune Trees
The Oregon
Agricultural College
Ing C h e m ic a l E n g i n e e r i n g ,
PHARM ACY
T H E SC H O O L OF M U S I C , o f f e r e in atru c
li on in th* principal d* parti n eu ta o f vo «a i
and inetrurn'-nfkl rnuair.
THE
D E P A R T M E N T , enroll'd
1 0 8 5 c ade t a m I U I H 17 »nd w on r r- n u m te n
d a t io n for O \ 1
the W e a t e r n D e p a i f
m e n t o f th e U fl. War D e p a r t m e n t aa on e of
the fi f te e n "di*tiiiiri!ivhed i n s tit u tio n * * *
h ig h e r le a r n in g
All r a d e t a wil l be furninh* d
c o m p le t e aniforum by th e
if. G o v e r n m e n t
and th e jnni'. r arid aentor ra de ta. enroll»«! in
th e R O.
(,
wi l
g i v e n c o m m u t a t i o n f«>r
■ub eiatenr c an well aa all t r a n s p o r t a t i o n and
• a b a i a t e n r e at the nix w e e k * ’ fiiirmnei oa a ip
Let “ Hazelnut
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Cement-
Shingles-
Everything under roof ; |
No. 2 Sheeting and
Shiplap, $12 per M
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Yours, for Business,
The Main street Lumber Yard
Copeland & McCready