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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 2, 1916)
A GREAT M O R A L LES S ON
IN SIX REELS
Mothers and Daughters
SPECIAL MATINEE, 10c
Possible Jurors for 1916
T h e following Forest Grove
beople haxe been drawn as possi
ble jurors in district court for the
rear 1916. Not all of them will
be asked to serve, but some of
I Southeast Forest Grove— Wm.
E. B e a ls , James E. Baldwin,
Charles Buhman, Charles Blair,
Charles R. Cox, John P. Ireland,
f . J. Miller, Charley Odell, Claude
E. Smith, Samuel E. Todd.
I Northeast Forest Grove—Jas.
I . Andrus, Henry T. Buxton,
ernes Daffron, James L. Hill,
■rank Knox. Robert P. Nixon,
I. W. Peabody, John Rosa, Hen-
v J. Rice, Arthur Shearer.
I Southwest Forest Grove— Robt.
llexander, Charlie B. Erwin, Al
bert G. Hoffman, John K. Ihrig,
levi E. Keck, Joe E. Loomis, Al
bert A. LaMont, C. W. McNamer,
Herbert J. Perry, Edward R.
Inderson, John Allen, M . J .
Ibbott, Edward J. Boos, Austin
I. Buxton, James C. Clark, Wm.
H. Crabtree, W. L. Cady, Allen
billey, J. N . Doane, Haskell E.
Perrin, Carmel Good, Ranselaer
fc. Hill, Houston B. Johnson.
Too Handy With His Gun
John Nyman, who lives on the
ndge between Newberg and Sher
wood, was arrested last week by
Sheriff R e e v e s of Washington
county, charged with the destruc
tion of railroad property and en
dangering the lives of passengers.
It is charged by M. Coturri,
Southern Pacific secret service
tnan, that Nyman shot and de
stroyed a switch lamp at the ap
proach of a bridge west of New
berg. Nyman was arraigned be
fore Justice Smith, who held him
to the grand jury under bonds of
$1,000, in default of which he was on December 20, 1846, and was,
lodged in jail. Nyman is a single consequently, a little more than
sixty-nine years of age. He came
to Oregon in 1903 and was quite
Viewing the Scenery
known in Forest Grove. He
Carbon lamps waste two-thirds o f the current
A party of thirteen eastern
for which you pay.
ticket agents of the Southern Pa
Turn all that current into light by using Na
cific were in Forest Grove Friday ter, all grown, to mourn his death,
tional Mazda Lamps. These triple light lamps
are made in many sizes for home lighting.
morning on their sight-seeing Lour which was due to pneumonia.
Let us help you choose the right lamps for
of Oregon and California. The
every room in your home.
party was composed of C. H.
Mr. Cooper was a kind and
First National Hank
Vogel, Buffalo; J. R. Ramspacher,
father, a good citizen
lies. Phone 64
Office Phone 486
Philadelphia; Geo. B. Brown and
J. A. Blaser, Boston; W. F. An and obliging neighbor.
R. M. Taylor, W. D. Van Ant Lee.
derson and wife, J. Kiphaut and
Elizabeth, their daughter—
wife and Thos. Ashton, New
Y ork ;J. M. Mauden and L. B. Doren, William Haskell, Chas. Erma Duyck.
Jerry, their son—Earnest Blair.
Banks, St. Louis; Geo. H. Sie- Jackson, James Devlin and Wil
J. S. BUXTON, Prop.
Dr. Templeton, an admirer of
bert, Cincinnati; L. F. McFar liam Potwin represented Washing
Elizabeth- William Lasham.
land, Kansas City, M o.; VV. F.
Miss Annabella, the village Funeral Directors and Embalmers
Steen, Birmingham, Ala., and H.
newspaper — Katherine Krafsick.
F. Starks, Pittsburg, Pa.
John Ryder, the youug master
Last Wednesday afternoon the
The party was being .convoyed
by John M. Scott, general pas newly - elected officers of the of the Maples LoRoy Mayea.
Wandering Tom, a Mystery -
senger agent; J. A. Ormandy, Women of Woodcraft were in
chief clerk; C. W. Stinger and A. stalled, as follows, by Mrs. Emily Robert Burns.
Old Mose, His companion Al-
D. Wick, city passenger agents; Anderson:
Past G. N.— Lillie Buxton.
W . H. Jenkins, traveling passen
“ The Dust of the Earth.” Steam and Hot Water Heating
G. N.— Pearl Ramsey.
ger agent, all of Portland, and C.
— Lena Duyck.
A. D. N.— Jessie Covert.
M. Andrews, division freight and
First Class Work Guaranteed.
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Banker— Lilly Morley.
passenger agent, Seattle.
The party went down the line
The representative of a Seattle
S h o p w i t h G o r d o n n in i G o r d o n
Attendant— Belle Roe.
as far as McMinnville and re
Forent G r o v e , O r e io n
Inner Sentinel— Lizzie Wirtz.
turned to Portland at noon, leav
IM io n f
Outer Sentinel— Emily Ander
ing at 12:40 for Sacramento.
court house at Hillsboro to inspect
L. C. Cooper Laid to Rest
the records and according to the
Manager— Katherine Wirtz.
The bodv of Luke C. Cooper,
Independent, highly compliment
who died at his home, three miles
Washington county on the SIGNS, SHOW CARDS, LANTERN
Captain of the Guard—Anna
south of Cornelius, on Jan. 25th,
efficient manner in which its
was interred in the Cornelius
word at Palace Barber Shop
Managers— Nettie Hoffman and
cemetery l a s t Friday forenoon,
An eastern physician says grip
after short services at the home
is communicated by kissing. If
“ The Dust of the Earth”
by Rev. Crozier.
service of the Independent Order
The young people of the Cath this is true, the germ must lie
a CIIOWNING, Prop.
of Odd Fellows was read at the olic church will give a play by the dormant for a long, long time be
grave by Past Grands C. W\ above name at the Star Theatre fore doing business, for the writer Baths Shaves Haircuts Shampoos
Odell and W. D. Van Antwerp of Friday of this week, with the fol knows a somewhat aged maiden
lady at Dilley who had the grip a Nixon Kuilding
the Forest Grove lodge, deceased lowing cast:
having been a member of Norton
David Moore, of Maple Farm few weeks ago and she will not
admit she has been kissed since
lodge No. 157, of Norton, Kansas. Cottage— Martin Bernards.
Typewriter for sale. See it at
Deceased was born in Illinois
Susan Moore, his wife— Lottie , she was a baby.
the Express office.
H. J. WALRATH
U n d e r ta k in g Co.
C. H. Lnsliam
A. M. SELEY,
PALACE BARBER SHOP