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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1916)
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non-Catholics especially will make
of it. Everyone is most cor-|
Published every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
welcome to all our services.
W. C. Benfer, Editor and Publisher.
The following subjects will be
Entered as second-class m atter Jan. 12, 1916, at the postoffice at Forest Grove,
taken up a t 7:30 each evening:
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879
Sunday, 12th, “ When and Where
W EDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1916
did the Catholic Church
NOTES AND C O M M E N T S
Forest Grove is fortunate in having
Sunday, 13th, “ Do Catholics
devoted exclusively to SHOES.
This is baby week and every government armor plate p a s s e s 0we Civil Allegiance to Rome?’
under the management
person who can do one little thing
We use the names above a d - ! , Tuesday. 14th, “ . How do Cath-
of C. V. B. Russell in March, 1902, and
to make more secure the life of visedly.
olics go to Confession,
became a popular store almost im
the little ones should do it now.
In 1894, the plate makers were
Wednesday, lot ,
$140,000 by President Cleve- Unmarried Priesthood?"
The splendid stock has always been
With a recall petit ion being cir- ¡aru] for furnishing rotten plate
selected to meet the special
curated, how do the rest of you for jj . S ships that afterward had dulgences?”
of Forest Grove and vi
Friday, 17th, “ What is Purga-
county and city officials feel? Do to fight in the war with Spain,
you experience a sensation like In 1896> they were convicted of tory?”
Mr. Russell has introduced and car
Saturday, 18th “What is the
unto something slipping?
furnishing armor plate to foreign
ried the best makes obtainable and
Church’s attitude towards Drink?" |
Hillsboro papers last week re- ,,itlluIls
ai $249 per ton, when
at a lower price than such shoes
ported that certain residents of char8in* Uncle Sam $540 In Center and Soul of the Catholic
be bought in cities. For the
Road District No. 25 are after the 1916, they bold y appear in the
we shall offer you as usual
scalp of County Judge Reasoner, U. S. Senate with a threat to Religion/
at living prices. Come
Mass every morning at 8:00
owing to his action in appointing blackmail the government out of
and see us. We certainly will treat
a road supervisor objectionable to $-0,000,000, if certain legislation o’clock.
the taxpayers of said district. is enacted, and they can do it. as
The objectors evidently mean Secretary Daniels says that for sermon every Friday evening a'
business, for they have engaged years they have fixed the price of
7:30 (excepting the 17th.)
Aftorney John M. Wall to pre plate to the United States.
Friday, 10th, A Forty Hours’
What has become of the dig
pare a recall petition, which will
Adoration will begin with High
be circulated. Mr. Wall stated to nity and honor of the U. S. senate,
Mass at 7:00 a. m. Sermon and
the Hillsboro Independent editor
Benediction at 7:30 p. m
that the recall would be invoked
Saturday, 11th, High Ma
in connection with the primary the senatorial no;e and threaten a
a. m., Sermon and Berieo
election, to save the expense of a hold-up?—-Portland News.
tion at 7.30 p. m.
special election. This is the first
Sunday, 12th, Exposition of the
time the recall has been invoked
Most Blessed Sacrament at 7:00
in Washington county and quite
a. m. High Mass, sermon a n d 1
Fine Strain of
a number of those with whom the
ose Oi'mb P U n P
writer has talked on the > ubject
ight Color ULUtJ
are of the opinion that Judge
$ 2.00 For Fifteen
Reasoner will have to go, as he set aside a week, March 4th to non-Catholics as well as Catholics, a
has run afoul of many voters since
B A B Y CHICKS
his election. Some of those in
B u c k ,
terviewed attribute the judge’s
Call at Forest Grove Express
difficulties to an uncalled for en attention o n t h e subject o f
largement of the cranium, not
caused by brain pressure. The this end, urging that a special
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Forest Grove, Ore.
editor of the Express does not time be devoted to that subject.
give this opinion as his own, as The Oregon Agricultural College
he has not had enough dealings is co-operating in this movement.
Last Saturday afternoon the the past week:
John W. Rosa e t ux to J. E. and
with the court to know its merits Most of the Woman’s Clubs of members of Gale Grange held a Thomas Bradley to Jessie E. Brad H. Parmley, lots 1 and 2, blk 2, C
fthe nation are planning to observe very interesting meeting in this ley, tract in sec 26, 1 S 1, $1.
add to Forest Grove, $100.
this week. The Forest Grove
Hulsky Orchard Tracts, Inc., to
city, at which time Esther Dilley,
\\ HAT A PUDDING !
Woman's Club has planned toob-
65x200 feet in E. Walker D L C, 1 N 4, Sanford Smith, tracts 77, 78,82,
Wayne Shrock and Maurice Bux $400.
Chehalem Mt. Orchards No. 2, $10.
County Judge J. B Dodmn of serve Saturday. March 11th, as
ton were taken into, membership. Adelaide Haney and hus to Alfred Carrie B. L. Adams and hus to
Y imhill county has had a vision. ‘ Baby Day." There will be a
After dinner an excellent pro Freerksen, 40 acres sec 23, 1 N 4, $10. Brady, lots 6 and 7, blk 4, Henry’s
The aforesaid vi ion is so pleasing meeting for mothers and all who
L. S. Lyon to Alice M. Lyon, un to Cornelius, $650.
gram was rendered, as follows:
to the judge’s sight that he mu t are interested in this campaign in
divided 1-2 int NW 1-4 of NE 1-4 sec 1,
George L. W hite e t ux te George
Song, by the Grange.
needs tell it to the world. This the afternoon at the Congrega
1 S 5, $10.
A. S. Dilley gave an interesting W. J. Scott to L. N. Tompkins, SE Zimmerman et al, 15.58 acres in
he does in the latest issue of the tional church, beginning at 2:30
Emerick D L C No. 46, 1 S 3, $1500.
illustrated talk on “Grafting and 1-4 sec 16, 1 N 4, $ 10 .
McMinnville News-Reporter. In o’clock.
George E. Zimmerman et ux
All babies under five years of Budding,” that convinced all that , N. . E. Lenz . to * Mali
this vision the judge sees Yamhill
al; nd;a Mi« hei11 anod Ge° rge L- White e t ux, SOacres
the speaker knew his business.
hus, 2 acresin SE 1-4 of sec 35. 1 N 2, 34 , 1 S 3, $7000.
county publishing a newspaper. age will be presented with a flag
Clarence Rice delighted the B. F. Estepp et u x to Chas. E. Wells Springhiil Land Co. to Thoma«
to he distributed free of cost (in next week, which is to be displayed
ux. .832 acres in M. Moore D L C bot. E 1-2 o f lot 38, lot 35, Spri
imagination) to all taxpayers. In in the window at home during the audience with a p i a n o solo, et
| Farm, $10.
“Woodland E c h o e s , ” and re No. 41, 1 S 2, $10.
this newspaper are to be published Wl
sponded to an encore.
all legal notices for which the
The following program at the
Rev. J. F. Ashley delivered an
county now pays the printer-urns Congregational church on Sat- . . .
which make it possible for about urday, March llih , at 2:30 p. m.: ‘1 '
on •»torica gaidens, Joy-
Aydelott recited “The Inventor’s
one printer in a hundred to own
a home. The judge doe* not say
Care of Babies Under One Year I'V'fe’ f L‘ Walker talkod on
| f an8eJ flre t r a n c e and N. A.
who shall edit his dream news
Msed « h°°l gardens.
paper, but the writer has an ink Moral Training-Mrs. Vollmer
E- Lew ton s talk on “The In-!
ling that if Yamhill county goes
into the publishing busines. one
tm>St Part>nUs Take in the
Dodson will want to be editor.
Contagious D i s e a s e s — Dr. Fair” brought forth a lively dis
cussion and a number of ques
And Judge Dodson may 1 r > by- Hawke.
education and training well q .ali-
Visitors from H i l l s i d e were
fied to be an e d ito r , espeetally of
The doctors have kindly con
and Mesdames N. J.
a newspaper which d o e s not have sentwi to speak and all quest ions
Hazlett, F. Chalmers
to depend on its earnings for its asked will be answered by them
in- ills of exist, nee. It woul I be as far as possible.
a different m atter if the news
We hope that all mothers, es- of Dilley and Mr. and Mrs. New-
paper had to pay its way from it- peeially those with children under house, friends of the C. S. Ayde
earnings; in this last-mentioned five, will come and join us in this lott family, were also guests.
CÜ, Six months round ‘rip tickets on sale from prin-
case, it might in* well to put a meeting
opal N orthw est cities to Los Angeles. Pasadena.
The W. C. T. U. met Friday
printer in eharge of the news P r e s i d e n t W o m a n ’ s C l u b .
( range Empire, Long Beach and Santa Barbara
afternoon with Mrs. Penfield for
Stopovers allowed at all points enroute.
paper; but so long a s the publis is
to foot the bill, any old politician Lenten Services at the Catholic a business meeting. N i n e t e e n
C& Pa" ama c »l*fornia exposition open all the year
women were present and various
can run the paper. And he’d be
trie* „ V S / r r EMb,U
FonrsT C Bovr
matters of business and current
a fool if he didn’t so run it as to
hORE. T liROV E
i events were discussed. The birth-
See Southern California by electric cars of the Paci-
keep , himself
. in office
■ ■ until he
■ - got
Stations of the C ross and Bene- day of Neal Dow will be com
Ri 1Wyi , : ,0r * e ®'mP're’” “ Balloon
lired rfdm wuwilw «alary. Hop, dtetion evory Wodntvduj evening. m e m o r a l e d bv the
Cash Shoe Store
C. V. B. Russell
EG G S
The Woman’s Club
W . L , H on for
'T . T ' T / . T 7 I'"' Whal
‘''»1*1. l-'th. Mass at Temp-, ran« Uni™ MondavTtar
« 3 0 . Balan«. o( Lent a, usual. 20. The public is
KICK THEM OUT!
commencing S u n d a y evening lie given later.
!s the l S. senate going to March 12th and continue for a
swallow the threat of the armor week. A question
Washington County Transfers
plate traitors, thieves and black- placed at the door and questions
following real estate trans
mailers to raise the price of armor placed therein will be answered
recorded with the regis-
$200 per ton. if the bill to provide during the services. We
trust it ter of deed* at Hillsboro during
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„ A,k y0Ur local A« ent ° r write
John M. Scott, Gen. Pass. A gt., Portland. Oregon
S outhern P acific