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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1918)
Men’s soft, nicely hemstitched
khaki handkerchiefs. A <i. Hoff
man & Co.
.lot» printing phone 821.
fish for Tuesdays (meat
Money to loan Vallvy Realty Fresh
day) and Fridays. Pacific There will be a meeting of the
Go., Forent Grove, Oregon. l!Mf less
t' acher» and school boards at
The Kxprnwprint» butter wrap- Market;
Forest Grove High School build
Fruita and Vegetable*» in Season
pern with non-poisonous ink.
tate, farm loans and fire insur ing, Saturday, January 12, 1918
Mr». Roy HouMcItine of Van* ance, new Anderson block. 50
9:45 A. M. Music.
eouvei vLited Mend» in! hi» city W. B. Ruggles has sold his 10:00 A. M. Business.
P H O N E TOI
A. M. Recess.
clothes cleaning establishment to 10:30
K. If. Cate, who ia employed at O. L Purcell of Cornelius and the
South M ain S treet
F orest G rove, Ore
ers, Amy Pechin, Primary De
Rainier, visited his family in this latter is now in charge.
Ray A. Freeman of this city
lutions and Business; N. A. Frost,
For Rent Six loom house in and Miss Idahal a Lueile Walling
fidelity of its membership, often said Court has fixed and appointed
were united in marriage 11:30 Rural
Stringtown, at $4.00 per month. at rtf Amity
A. M. Prof. M. S. Pitman, carrying forward the work under Monday, the 21st day of January, 1918,
Address to Teachers. great discouragements. During at the hour of 10 o'clock forenoon of
J I. W. Duraton.
50-tf week Vancouver the first of the 12:00 Monmouth,
the discussion that followed, it said day, and the County Court room
Mr. and Mrs. Rimer May and The members of the "Forest 1:00 P. M. Music.
brought out that the work of the County Court, in Hillsboro,
son of I'aaco, Wash., are visiting (¡rove fire department are re 1:16 P. M. - Prof. M. S. Pitman, now being
undertak< n for the first Washington County, Oregon, as the
the flood and Morris families.
hear ing for a minstrel perform
Standardization of Rural School«. time by many organizations had time and place for the hearing of ob
been a part of the work of the jections to said final account if any,
Fresh fish for Tuesdays (meat* ance to be given soon. Watch 2:00 P. M. Recess.
2:10 P. M. War Work demanded of \V C. T. U. in its various de and for the final settlement of said es
lessduyi and Friday*. The Pa for dale.
partments for a long time. This tate and the discharge of said admin
Mrs. Walter Sargent and two
cific Market; phone 0301.
ihe fact, it was thought ur- istratrix and the exhonoration and dis
of (¡ales Creek visited at
Mrs. C. It. Lusham of Tacoma children
the home of the former’ pa ents, High School Clarence Phillips, wise to duplicate too much, but charge of her bondsmen.
rather 'o centralze efforts on Order of Publication dated the 17th
visited old n< ighlmrs and friends Mr and Mrs John T. Fletcher,
line- not taken up by others day of December, 1917.
in this city several days last week. in this city Monday.
in the departments of
Ahe Baldwin was taken very ill Mrs Fidelia Tupper, aged 73, j
passed away at Poit'and,
last Friday with stomach trouble, who
hut is again able to be up and Dec 31st, was buried in the Hill Rural and (»rades 0. E. Barker, along all lines of work. Mention istratrix; office, Forest Grove,
cemetery, east of (¡aston, last
Thursday, Rev Lucas of Po t'ai d
Is the work of the 5th and 6th present incr used interest in pro 20th, 1917; last publication Jan. 17th,
Mrs. S> I via I^enneville attend officiating.
responsible for the lack of hibition and woman’s franchise 1918.
ed an Eastern Star function and and formerly lived near (¡aston.
interest in the 7th and 8th grade was largely due to persistent edu
visited friends in Portland Friday Recause John inn Laurity.cn of
cation a l o n g those lines for a
The opportunity of the 5th and generation past by the W. C. T. If
the Rinks district ha relatives
6th grades in Reading, Geography U., under Frances Willard.
Spats in grey, brown, white fighting in the German a mv, he
and mustard at $1 50; u*so ¡.’' “'r has let it be known that ! e would
Mrs Marsilliot read from the
and grey in broadcloth at $1 75 not do effective service ¡ gainst his ; Primary Hattie Ball, Hillsboro, “Union Signal” an article sug
and water proofed khaki cloth at Hun kinsmen if forced to go to
gesting a smokeless day for men,
1. The Beacon Method of teach a- well as a meatless ahd wheat-
$ 1 . 90 .
so Sheriff Applegate has
and a complete assortment of
ing reading, Katherine Smith, les- day for women.
There have been a great many war,
other Fruit and Nut Trees, Shade
A letter from a former member, Trees,
people greatly benefit ted by the a disposal of his ca<e by the war
Shrubbery, Roses, etc.,
Mr- J. R. Reynolds of South for immediate
use of Vinol, the sy-tem tonic, department. Lauritzen is a full,
or Spring delivery.
Dakota, was read and a New Prunes and other
sold by Littler’s Pharmacy. Ex naturalized American citizen.
fruit crops have
Year greeting sent to the presi paid growers good
clusive agents, (¡et a bottle to
dent, Mrs. Phill ps, now at Rock- year and existing conditions
day, it will do you good.
Red Cross Activities
Why Wait Until Institute to Exhibit awav
The officers of the Oregon State Owing to the arduous efforts of Your Devices? “ Do Your Bit.” Bring
sure goes] prices for all food pro
Poultry Breeders’ association have
ducts for many years to come.
Forest Grove Branch and ihe some of your
Notice ef Sale
started a drive to tiring their the
is practically no undertak
i- hereby given that by virtue There
Units working in conjunction! Note—-President A. J. Ackerman of Notice
membership to one thou and and therewith,
promising at this time
the authority vested in us as joint
large shipments of sup-i wishes all graduates of the Monmouth executors
Geo. M. Littlehales is working
of the- last will and testa than a good orchard on suitable
of Ixiuis P. Kerman, deceased, land, properly cared for. We
among the local breeders. The plies for Military Relief have re Normal school to semi their names and ment
which said last will and testament ex deal
membership is $1.00 per year and cently gone forward. The Forest addresses to him.
with our customers,
pressly authorizes us, as such ex grow directly
all breeders of poultry are elegible. prove Workers desire to make’ Mis. C. F. Cole, late of S'ock- ecutors.
trees and thus in
sell all the real and personal
The association expects to install public mention of the splendid co i ton, Calif., has had the room wesi property to belonging
to the estate of sure you good stock at correct
deceased at private sale, without prices. Let us know your needs.
markets in Portland and Seattle operation of he women of Cor of the old p< sti.ffice room, on First said
of the County Court, said
to dispose of poultry and eggs for nelius, Dilley, (¡¡ties Creek and j Avenue, revamped and will open authority
admitted to probate in
its members, without dividing up Thatcher. The l ’nit at Cornelius, j therein the first of the week a the County been
while not comprising many work ladies’ tailoring and dressmaking ! County, Oregon, we of will, Washington
with the commission man.
Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Dunlap tity of work accurately and i*>au-1 establishment.
; eeed to sell at private sale for cash in
hand, at the office of E. I. Kuratli in :
and sons, Herbert and D-onard, tiful'y done. It is through the;
the Hillsboro National Bank building,
W. C. T. U.
departed last Thursday evening co-operation of the outlying dis
Hillsboro, Oregon, all of the following
D R . H. C. F O R T N E R
real property in Washington
for the east. Herbert dropped ofT tricts that Forest Grove is able to The New Year gathering of the described
a' San Francisco to join his tug, cent shipments contained the fol
west half of the northeast quarter of
T. U. was an enthusiasiic one, in section 33, T. 2 N. R. 2 W. of the
the Vigilant, and the other mem lowing:
spite of the fact that no refresh - cepting a tract of about 6 acres sold to
bers of the family continued on 29 Sweaters
ments were served, as by a prev and owned by Washington County.
eastward. Rev. Dunlap goes to IB Scarfs
will be received at the oftice of
ious vote, none will be served on E. Bids
Chicago on business and Mrs. i 11 Helmets
I. Kuratli. located as aforesaid.
Prs. Thumblesa Mits
social occasions during the term Dated
Dunlap and Leonard will visit for 36
this December 13, 1917.
a time at Grove City, Ohio, be 30 Ambulance Pillows
DAVID KURATLI, j D. D. & M. B . B U M P
The devotional exercises were
fore proceeding to New York city, 54 Pajama Suits
led by Mrs. Marsilliot; Mrs. H. T. Bagley, Attorney. Executors.
where Mr. Dunlap takes a posi- ( 42 Be«l Shirts
A ttorn eys at Law
Buldrick open-d the program on
tion with the M E. Missionary IS Doz. Handkerchiefs
Loans and Real Estate
Notice of Final Settlement
Do*. Substitutes for Hdkfs
“The Things Worth While,” by
societies during the financial drive 13 7 Doz.
M. B. BUMP,
the County Court of the State of D. D. BUMP.
reviewing the 14 years of its ex In Oregon
for a fund of $80,000,000 It is 54 Bolls Dish
istence the work of the National gon.
estimated that this work will re 7 1-2 Doz. Tray Cloths
W. C. T. U in its various depart In the matter of the estate of John Phone 444.
quire five years to accompish.' 7 Holders
ments. Passing to the things W. Sherwood, deceased. Martha
Quite a number of the most in- 11 Doz. Slings
worth while under present con Sherwood. Administratrix.
timate friends of this estimable 10 1 Doz.
Doz. Hospital Sox
ditions came a brief sketch of the dersigned administratrix of the above
family were at the depot to bid 8 Bolls
Forest Grove I'nion and it- work estate, has filed in the above entitled Patent Attorney
them bon voyage.
3 Hot Water Bottle Covers
Office Business Solicited
during more than 20 years; pay Court and cause her final account and
17 Pkgs. Mouth Wipes
Wife and Mother (’ailed
ing a tribute to the courage and report as such administratrix, and the Forest Grove,
1 Pkg. Shoulder Wraps
Mrs. Rosa L. Ayres, wife of 2 Doz. Shoulder Wraps
Edmund J. Ayres of Gales Creek, 43 Bolls Muslin Bandages
passed away at a Portland hos 6 Prs. Bed Sox
æ g e
pital Saturday, after an illness of 36 4 T-Binders
five months with gall stones, and 1 Doz. Body Binders
the body was intern d in the The knii ting is all in charge of
R e a l C h e w in g P lu g
Gules Creek cemetery Monday Mrs. 0. M. Sanford, who has I
afternoon, after services in the rendered invaluable service along I
Btferf the Invention
ef our Patent Air Proof Pouch
Gales Creek Advent church, with this line as the beginners have all
M in i Dealers Could Not K i t e
Rev. Lucas of Portland officiating. learned under her tutelage, and
the Flavor and Freehneao In
N C A L G R AVELY P LU G T O B A C C O .
Deceased was born in Bradford her patient assistance has en
Now the Patent Pouch Keep* It
Fresh and Clean and Goad.
county, Pa., on Sept. <»ih, 1854, couraged them to persevere until
A Little Chaw ef Gee roly la Enough
and was married to Fdnmnd J. ' now there is a splendid band of
and Lett* Longer than a big ehaw
Ayers in 1889. With her husband,
9rsret#S o A jccc Co
she came to Washington county proficient
in 1893. Besides h er husband, knowledge the following and to
she is survived by two daughters, express
Mrs. Nora Maitland of (¡ales Use of their
HERE IS THE S10TH-THE
sewing machine by Mrs. J. J.
ANIMAL THAT SHUTS HIS
Creek a n d Mrs. Edith Utt of Wirtz.
EYES TO EVERYTHING. HE
MISSES A LO T-AN O SO DOES
Deceased was well beloved in Scarfs, mits. splint pillows and other
THE MAN WHO SHUTS HIS EYES
TO MY GOOD NEWS ABOUT r-*-»
neighborhood where she has so hospital
from Mrs. H. W.
TOBACCO. -------------------------- 1
long lived a n d h e r death is Tuttle, of supplies
mourned by a vast number of the Use of electric iron, Mrs. S. E. Todd.
f .t / O
residents of Washington county. Use of electric iron, Mrs. Boss Reder.
Joe A. Wiles would like to 1 pillow including ticking anti feath
write your insurance. Will give ers, Mrs. Hamer.
LOOK FOR THE PROTECTION SEAL
you service that will be to your Use of a new sewing machine, Mrs.
IT 18 NOT REAL C R A W L Y W ITHOUT
advantage. West side Main St„ Cate.
north of Tucker’s garage.
O f f ic ia l R e p o r t e r .
N O T E S A N D P E R SO N A L S
H. T. GILTNER
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Oregon Nursery Co.
C W e f Q wfJy
ef ordinary p i»* -