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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1918)
CONDENSE!) NEWS NOTES
George Wise of near Gaston
had busines-s in town Tuesday.
Better vision Glasses. Dr. Sc- Miss Mury Hollevoet returned
yesterday from a visit with Port»
We deliver ice cream to any land friends.
part of the city. Tell it to phone Mrs. Chas. Hines and little
26-tf daughter have returned from u
To the people of this community, who have responded so
Oh, Gir-ruls! Have you seen visit to the Tillamook beaches.
loyally in purchasing past issues of Liberty Bonds and who
the Coveralls for ladies and child T. H Littlehales has moved
expect to take bonds of the Fourth Loan, and to those who ren
at Anderson’s store?
may desire a short-time Government investment, we recom
from a house on the Gales Greek
Miss Annie Sether of Roseburg road to the Hedgecock property,
mend the purchase of these Certificates, which we will sup arrived
Tuesday, for a vUit with west Third avenue.
ply in denominations of $500, $1,000 and upwards, without j her cousin,
Mrs. Wm. Adler.
Mrs. Marie Andrus, the aged
profit to this bank.
Mrs. I.evi Walkir of Lincoln, mother of James Andiu-, living
\ H. I' wm I A *lmlul»< ration.
Net»., is visiting friends here and near Hai; es station, is very ill JlNt PE - l luirkwheat
flop over oa hlE face, Hr’er Bacon*
looking after her property inter- \ and sinking steadily.
ilanco "roun’ *>n nuy, «e»*««:—
“One r o o i I tu’n deserve« en nuth*
The net profits from the ninth rln’
of Forest Grove, Ore
— Mean In' ilat of de
Mayor Paterson and family left annual round up, to be held at aojrr
boy» go en do de flchtln* for
yesterday morning, via auio, for Pendleton Sept. 19, 20 and 21, are ■en'
ua. de lea»' we all» kin do 1» ter
>m all de wheat— en
a two weeks’ stay at Newport and to go to the Red Cross.
A Strong Bank FEDERAL
buckwheat Inattd. Co'»» meal, rye
John C. Bellinger, son of Mr. en burley Hour fer ua will he p a
in a Good Town
Boxes for Rent
Mrs. D N. Morris was quite ill and M's. John Bellinger of this lot too.
; the first of the week with a sore city, has gone to Camp Fremont For the pttrjiose of assisting in
mouth, but is greatly improved at a s a soldier for Uncle Sam.
the winning of the war, this ad-
On August 1st the local milk vertisement is paid for by the
Miss Constance Geiger left yes condenser began paying dairymen a a iiiiit t ia l iiu l ’ a x a a p
TANLAG sold only by Little: *s terday
NOTES AND PERSONALS Pharmacy.
for Clark eoun y, Wash., $2 75 per hundred pounds for CPU III T7 Q
Mrs. J Marsilliot has returned Men’s khaki dusters at Ander tern.
from a visit at St Helens.
The C. E. Smith and F. S. Gor (U. S. Food Adminintrillion L u ' cumc
Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Me El don families have abandoned their'
No. « 34147)
Public sale bills printed at the Downey
The Book Store is headquarters Express
for all the latest popular music.
turned Tuesday from a ten-day again at their homes in this city.
Framed Columbia highway visit
We deliver ice cream to any scenes
Mrs. B en Whited and two
at the Book Stoie.
part of the city Tell it to phone
Vancouver are visit
632. Ottice Shearer.
Frank Brodersen has accepted Columbia shipyards, is home for ing at the of
a position with a Portland lumber a visit, having slightly injured his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. L. the Pacific Market will
Mrs. Anna Dixon was in Port company.
land several days this week, pur
chasing fall millinery
M iss Pearl Smith is visiting her Washington county is to re Mi s Joy Aydelott has returned owing to scarcity of labor. We
Mrs R. L. Via, at Cascade ceive $14,936 46 from the state from The Dulles, where she suf feel this move a patriotic duty to
For Sale—Span of gray mares, sister,
customers, as well as to our
5 and 8 years old; 1400 lbs. each; Locks, Ore.
fund, on a percapita ap fered a severe attack of appendi our
and will adopt a system of
also harness. Phone, West 51 Dr. Darland, Chiropractic and school
portionment of $1 83.
citis. She is recovering without lower prices
for c;t»h only pay
If it is furnishings for men, we 1st Ave. N. Phone 676.
have them. Call on us for your
We a-e now prepared to supply and hss the appearance of gen Mr. and Sirs. R. ’J’. Harper, liv ing customers for goods.
needs. A. G. Hoffman
comers with apple and peach uine leather. A. G. Hoffman & ing one mile north of town, passed and hoping for a continuance of
Mr. and Mrs. N. Gardner re all
away last Thursday and wa the same, we remain,
turned home Monday evening Mill Co. F o re s t Grove Planing
from a delightful visit with a The annual picnic of the Iowa Good wood is high in price, but buried in Forest View cemetery
Yours for business,
daughter in Seattle
Association of Oregon will be held buying now. for after the roads Uncle Billy Hay relumed yes
door south of postoffice.
Ray Giltner and F. E. Mercer, Saturday,
August 17, at the state get soft the prices will be still terday from a month's visit at
with their families, left Sundays fair grounds,
Methodist Church Services
Long Beach,Wash. When asked if
for a fishing trip and outing to Mr. and Mrs.
Salmon river and the Tillamook are spending their vacation on a H. Lidyard and wife made a
wornhip 11:00 o’clock. We
trip up the Columbia highway in mained a month.
very much of a »lump in
their family auto la t Sunday and
Remember, friends, you must Jackson, near Yamhill.
service». I.et thone who
pay in advance to get the Express Shoes for the Children? "Bus are loud in their prai.-e of the By -ecuring certificates from have been absent
lie present and we
at one dollar per year. The reg- j ter Brown,” of course. Made
ular price is $1 50. We pay you over the wonderful Brown Shap Guy McNutt writes his parents post or the president of the Relief calling for more sacrifice I'm in sure
Corps members of these orders as well as for country.
50c to collect f:om yourself.
that he has returned to the Vir and
all members of their families Epworth League 7:00 p. m.
J. N. Hoffman has finished his
ginia coast, after being on w.iter
go to the national encamp Class meeting 7:30.
berry-squeezing and is overhaul Mrs Claude Smith and daugh for seventeen weeks. T h e last may
Aug. 19rii to Evening service H:00. The gospel
ing his plant and installing a new ter, Gertrude, went to Vancouver time he wrote he was in the canal 24th at at one Portland,
mile railroad will be sung and preached in the old
boiler to make ready for canning yesterday to visit with Mr. and zone.
Mrs. Frank Wilson, Frank be
and drying fruit.
F. A. Moore and daugh Robert Nixon and son, Dr. R. time and new time way.
ing very ill as the result of an ter Mrs.
Miss Grace Darling, who has operation.
have returned home from «in P Nixon of this city and Will Everybody welcome.
service Thursday 8 p. m.
visited her uncle and aunt. Mr.
extended visit with relatives at Gerish
wife of Portland have Prayer
We are desirous of filling the room
and Mrs. C. V. B. Russell, for Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mawhin Salem and Al expects to regain returned and from
a four weeks’ auto next Thursday. Come prepared to re
the past two months, leaves next ney expect to leave next W'dnes- some of the flesh he lost while cruise to Seattle.
and to give.
week for Houston, Tex., where she day for an extended visit in Vir "batching.”
Spokane, Wash., and Lewiston ceive
The Ladies’ Aid met with Mrs. M. S.
ginia, M r. M. having three Mrs. L. C Misz returned Sun- and
has a school.
other Idaho points. They Allen this week as the Red Cross
months’ leave of ab-ence while
from a three months’ visit camped
by the way and came rooms are cloied.
Illinois Pure Aluminum Ware the Oregon Electric people decide day
JOHN H. EBERT, Pastor.
at the Gordon Hardware Store. where to place him.
where I/>uie has a route as a trav While the and
eling salesman. Mrs. Misz will ington county threshers
agreed with the
leave sho tly to visit hei son, at food administration
will adjourn to join
in union service at the Congregational
Carmel Good of this city, Ev mg valley wheat and 5 arid 6 church at 11:00 o’clock as |ier arrange-
erett McAlearof Hillsboro and J. cents
in the hills, it is tepO' ted ! ment. The union vesper service on
Come to us with your Trouser troubles. We’ll settle them. E. May of Pasco, Wash., returned that some of them are charging CoDeg* Campos at 7:00 as usual, Mr.
ev< ning from a fishing more. The county agent says'sias will speak at bot h services.
How about that old coat and vest you want to wear out? Get Tue.-day
Tillamook country. if the offenders do not cease, their Morning theme, •I«oyalty.” Evening,
a new pair of trousers and save.
They had only moderate luck, but names
will be published.
Prices................ $2.00, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 enjoyed the trip.
Clarence Lenneville, who left Allen returned home last Thurs
meets as usual through
last Thursday for Puget Sound day
from -ummer school at Mon August at School
bringing with them Misses Morning service m. at 11:00 o’clock.
Now is the time to wear the Cover-All. They are Cool, Ser his mother that he expects to be mouth,
and Florence Daw Rev. Mr. Sias will preach, and the
viceable and Comfortable to wear. Khaki, $3 and $3.50 ; at the yard about three weeks be son, school chums.
gue-ts in Christian church congregation will join
Grey $2.50; Blue, with grey stripe $3,25; Boys’ Khaki, $2.75. fore entering active service. He have since gone to their
also iriform- his mother that he eastern Oregon. Miss Fr-mcine wit^ our"-
has taken out $10,060 of Uncle Miller of Portland and Cha^ , Union Sunday evening Vwpers will
insurance, in her favor
Strong of Monmouth were also ,,e
on t,ie camPUH al 7 p. m.
Men’s Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers, Suit
Men’s Spring Needle Knit Closed Crotch, Suit $1.25 and 1.50
A. H. FATTEN. Fa*tor.
the m m hers of the Workers’ Mr. and Mrs. John Templeton
Seal-Pax, Athletic Style Nainsook, S uit..........................$1.15 of
Sunday school class of the Meth
week received a letter from Job printing phone 821.
Yieldifit, Athletic Style, Nainsook, Suit................................75 odist church went to the home of this
son, Hill, a member of a
Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Langston, their
c«»rps in France.
just northwest of town, and spent The letter hospital
Men’s Grey Cotton Suits .......... ................ $1.00
Langston expect to leave Satur censor, so Hill wa- probably by try
Men’s Black Cotton S uits............................ 1.50
day for Mississippi, where they ing to tell his folks a lot of inter
will make their future home.
Men’s Black Wool Suits............................. 3.50
esting news. He slated, among
Boys’ Black, white trimmed S uits.......... .85
A. S. Thurber, who escaped a other things, that he was well and
week ago Monday from the state that conditions were not so bad
penitentiary with Bennett Thomp as folks in the slates might think.
murderer of a Washington While the rules limiting sales of
Boys' Blue and Grey Chambray....................... ............... $ .75 son,
county woman in May, 1916, was sugar
to two pounds per person
Men’s Blue, Grey, Grey and Blue, with white stripes;
captured Saturday afternoon near per month
to be strictly en
Gresham. Thompson, who is still forced, Food are Administrator
these Shirts are cut extra long in sleeves, extra
TXon’t make a deal without
large body, extra wide sleeves, never rip, 75c, 90c, $1.00 Carlton and at Scappoo.^e, two informs the Express that farmers
getting full information
thre-hers may, by signing
about our better fixtures
widely-separated points, so he is a having
proper card at the grocer’s, se
and money-saving prices.
either like lie- Irishman’s flea or cure
people are "seeing things” that each 90 meals served the threshers
Men’s Furnishings and Shoes
For canning purposes the allow
is 20 lbs. per person for the
Illinois Pure Aluminum Ware season.
at the Gordon Hardware Store.
U. S. Certificates of Indebtedness
The First National Bank
C. E. ROY & CO.