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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View This Issue
Miss Argus Beaten has returned
from the coast and will attend P.
U. this year.
Mr. and Mrs C A Rostron
will visithere with the latter’s fath
er, S. A. Walker. Mrs. Rostron
was formerly Miss Pearl Walker.
The Best investment on earth is being
She and her husband have b *en
bought everywhere in the United States now,
but it’s a lot o f money that will be needed
residing in New York City but
and you want to do your share.
are now in S in Francisco.
The united. Undivided help of everyone will
Better vision Glasses. Dr. Se
win the war. DO YOUR BEST. ENOUGH SAID.
Isadore Vanderzanden, promi
nent farmer of the Verboo s«c-
ti.»n, was a bu iness visitor to this
OFF IC ER S A N D DIRECTORS
M. R. JOHNSON, Pres.
CHRIS p k t f . r s o n . v ic e .
city, Fr day.
A. J. DEMOREST. C ash ier,
J. E. LOOMIS
Wanted—To rent a place of 10
acres or more. Address Box 203,
Watts Fair Is Success
A. G. Hoffman spent Monday
At the special city election held
The District Fair held at Watts
and Tuesday in Portland, where
Tuesday was a decided success, Tuesday f o r t h e
purpose of his daughter. Mrs Secour, under
although the exhibits were not o amending the charter, changing went a minor surgical opera ion.
extensive as last year. At one the term of office of the Mayor,
Fred Schultz of Milche I, Ore
o’clock a fine dinner was served Recorder and Treasurer from one gon. h is moved with his fami y to
to all present. Patriotic address
to two years, and to change the Forest Grove, and is occupying
es were given by Rev. Shaw and
time of the general election to the the Mar-h residence on 1st ave
Mrs. H y d e o f Hillsboro and
first Tuesday after the first Mon- nue, north. Mr Schultz has ac
School Superintendent Frost. Ten .
and biennially | cepted a position in the Schultz
youngsters were examined by Dr
thereafter, so as to conform with stote. He is a fir-t-cass meat
Hyde of Hillsboro and they all re
I the state law, only 52 votes were man. One of his sons is in the
ceived high markings.
cast. Most of the residents of the service and a card r» ceived Wed
In the afternoon athletic con town seemed in ignoranc- of the nesday morning tel s of his safe
tests were held. Blue ribbons and fact that a special election was be arrival in France
money awards were given to the ing held and some of those who
exhibitors. Watts has the dis
Methodist Church Services
know it appeared reluctant to
Sunday School H:45 a. m.
tinction of holding the only Dis vote for some reason.
Morning worship 11:00. The last Sun-
trict Fair in Washington county
in the old conference year. Let it
^ o f *8 the Sabbaths. Sub
were some who were bound to
Chief of Police P. W. Watkins take the contrary v iew . and four ject, “ Living in the Future, not in and
on the Past Things."
eft for Pendleton Tuesday, where voted against the proposition. It
Epworth League 7:00 p. m.
he will a tend t h e Roundup. was a long day for the judges and
Class meeting 7:30.
Union patriotic meeting ai the Chris
Later he will take in the State clerks. The ladies busied them
church Sunday evening, 8 p. m.
Fair at Salem. This is the Chief’s selves with their knitting and
All are urged to be present.
first lay-off in seven years.
fancy work, while the men swat
Prayer service 8 o’ clock Thursday
The Book Store is headquarters te<i flies, chewed the rag and com- evening.
for all the latest popular music,
i plained of the heat.
JOHN H. EBERT. Pastor.
Are Now Ready
Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds
The fall showing of ladies’ and children’s wool
WILL BE HELD HERE
Sept. 24th to 28th Inclusive
Only Roll o f Honor Bunk in County
AUGUST 30. ioih Liabilities
Loans........$ 3 « . 028.83
U. S. Bonds
Other Real Estate 3,066.17
Stock in Federal
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES
Cash and due from
TO RENT, $1.00 PER YEAR
Banks and U. S.
Member Federal Reserve Bank Int. Paid on Savings
Paul Schultz a n d wife have
moved to this city and are occu
pying the Marsh residence. Paul
is a brother of William Schultz of
the big store, and exp* cts to leave
soon for military training. For Choicest Medium-priced
some time now he has been a can buy. No two alike,
trusted employe of Lang & Co of
at reasonable prices for several years
always give service and are full of style
Come Early. Only One of each style will be shown
C. E. ROY & COMPANY
We deliver ice cream to any
part of the city. Tell it to phone
32. Oftice Shearer.
Mr. and Mr*..UIa Hanna have
Miss Hazeltine Sto-kman, ca-h- returned from Garibaldi and New
ier at Schultz Pure Food 'tore, is port, whera they sojourned fof
■njoying a two weeks' vacation two weeks.
H. W. Danielson has been in i Why not rest easy after a hard
Forest Grove one \ear. He likes day’s work? Just buy one o f
he town as well as wh-n he fir t those easy rockers at Smith’s
came here. He has received vood Furniture Store,
offers from other merchants but
I)r. Georve T. Darland, Chiro
is too will sat ¡slid with the A. practic and Na ureopath Physi-
G. Hoffman company to leave.
j Han, A street and ""First Avenue
l^ivene R. Edgar, employed in North, Phone, Main (»76.
the big Hoffm in store, is off duty,
Jesse S'eigleder, who has been
•n account of the sickness of her in training in S. I)., is now home
with his moth r, M rs Rilda
Steigleder, on a furlough. He has
Wayne Gibbs and family of
not been home f o r two years.
Wilson river, will live on the old
Mrs. Steigleder has two more
Hughes place east of town this
sons in the service, one in France
winter, so thev ran send the
and the other at Rochester, N. Y
children ;o school. Mrs Gibbs was
Miss Jessie Greer left Friday
formerly Amy Reeher. For many
for Newport, where she will be a
years the Reeher and Smith child
ren were the only ones in the pr.mary teacher in the schoos
fh>* coming year.
Wilson school district, but now
Why waste time Hcruhbing
ill are grown and the two Gibbs!
floors when you can buy Congol-
children are the only ones left
eum rugs at Smith’s Furniture
there so they will net have any
school this year.
The Christian Scientists of this
Mrs. Ad-on and Mrs. Edna state, as has been their custom in
Ru sell of Hillsboro visited Mrs. past years propose to establish
Robert Bell.nger this week.
and maintain a Christian Science
WANTED—Names of patriotic booth at the State Fair at Salem,
men and women who will rent or to be held Sept. 23-28. This will
loan flags for decorating during be in the nature of a Reading and
County Fair a* Forast Grove, Rest room wh**re frae Christian
Sept 19 and 20 Address o r ; Science literature will be distrih-
phorie R. H. Jonas, Manager, uted and where vi-itors will be
Beaverton, or A E. Scolt,
ere | made welcome to spend a qu et
ary, Forest Grove.
hour resting or reading.
to secure high-grade wool and plush coats
FOREST GROVE, OREGON '
S. G. HUGHES
THIS SP A C E DEDICATED TO
This may be your last chance
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Don’t Forget the Date
W. W. McEldownuy
E. F. BURLINGHAM
The First National Bank
J. E. Bailey.