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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1916)
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Published every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
B enfer, Editor and Publisher.
Entered as second-class m atter Jan. 12, 1916, at the postoffice at Forest Grove,
Oregon, under the A c t o f March 3, 1879
W E D N E SD A Y , MARCH
Judge Hollis is to be congratu-
lated, for a Washington county
newspaper which has never be-
fore expressed a political opinion
has come right out from behind
the bush and ALM OST endorsed
the judge as a good man for cir-
Canada wants Uncle Sam
What of the recall of Judge
This is a question
asked on all sides, and one that
requires a calm and unimpassion-
ed answer. We must lay aside
our own personal likes or dislikes
of the man, and look at it from a
Salem , March 13— Port of Umpqua
Commission votes $200,000 bonds to
construct je tty .
Coos County Commissioners plan $25,-
000 addition to court house.
Tw enty-five out o f 30 sawmills locat
ed on Columbia
and Willamette rivers
Cash Shoe Store
uncovered in Carroll B. mine.
Portland— Union stock yards to have
We have given you a bit o f history
about our store in the last tw o issues.
Now we want you to know and get
some o f the advantage in our
a new building, cost $ 1 50 , 000 .
Plans are being drawn for $100,000
Bargain House-Cleaning Sales
Baker— Gold running $500 to the ton
hotel at Gearheart.
electrification o f
W est side line from
W hiteson to Corvallis, cost $800,000.
North Bend— Oregon Wood Products
six men to 23
men payroll in a month.
Heppner is to have a creamery.
Eugene— Ralston Steel Car company
to »tandpoint of justice, not only to
Mr. Reasoner, but to the public.
stop the hatching of plots against
The recall should be invoked o f Ohio lets contract to Booth-Kelly
Canada in this country. Hless
mill for 9,000,000 fe et o f lumber with
only for extreme reasons, such as
which to build 2,000 freight cars for S.
your dear heart, Miss Canada,
flagrant abuse of public trust, ex P. company.
Uncle Sam has all he can do
treme extravagance, or absolute
Bend— Lang & Co. o f Portland buys
breaking up the trouble incubators
unfitness for the office. We be site for wholesale grocery warehouse.
who are trying to get him involved
Medford now expects to get a beet \
lieve M . Reasom r has not been
in the European war, without
guilty of any charge that would
worrying about your troubles.
population at ]
come under these heads. He, present 281,000.
Henrv Ford, the auto king, has however, has succeeded in getting
Baker— Portland concern will operate !
announced that he is getting himself pretty generally disliked $15,000 gold dredge on Burnt river.
Oregon C i t y — C r o w n Willam ette
ready to spend several million as a public official, because he has
Paper company plans to build homes
dollars with the newspapers to been arrogant and overbearing in
j for those o f 850 employes who wish it.
educate the public to the evils of his contact with C itize n s o th e
A creamery is planned for Stanfield.
militarism. Now note how many county. He has failed ignomin-
Brickettes m a y be manufactured
newspapers will discover t h a t jously as a pacifici-t in neighbor- from waste at Florence mills.
Carload o f peppermint roots shipped
Henry is a patriot and not a fool, hood differences that have led to
as some of them have heretofore cessation of load work in many from surroundiug country to Albany
parts of the county. In taking
U . S. National
which will be in full blast during
spring and summer. In several lines
you can save from 60c to $1.50 a pair.
When you can get shoes that are
worth from $3 50 to $5.00 a pair for
$1.85, it is worth investigating. They
are Oxfords, in tans and blacks.
Watch our Baskets and Cheap Table
Children’ s Shoes and Slippers at 65c
One lot at 85c, 95c and $1.10.
Forget the style and use a little
economy. We have it at
The Forest Grove Shoe Store
C . V . B . R u s s e ll
EG G S
The editor of the Express fears! sides unnecessarily in these squab- $ 250,000 structure in Portland.
some of Forest Grove’s pretended bles the Reeling has been intensi- j Cold storage plant for handling deep
moralists are not as consistent as fied and consequently a great sea fish proposed for Coos Bay.
they should be
Several of those ! deal of harm h a s resulted. Peti-1 Refinin* Plant to handIe Silica de-
posits, discovered near Oregon City, to
who worked and voted against aj- tions of the people have been 1U ,
Petitions are out for $700,000 bond
lowing the local picture show to ' gnoredand the delegates bearing
operate on Sunday have since th e 1 them have returned to their homes issue to construct 40 miles o f hard sur-
election gone to Portland and at with a feeling of c h a g r i n and face road north and south through Lane
tended shows on Sunday, Oh Ve ' humiliaron. All these things have county-
’ J 1 i_#4 __
Plans are being drawn for many Ore-
left smarting sores on the public.
le w h ic h
^ UI a( v,ce *° the people of the
Reports say that an electric line will
About o v e r l y v a a r tic
men rt~ j county is to not be too hasty in ! be built from Salem to Bend via Mill
quires coloring matter in (he mak- this malter ; or a change might City and Minto Pass.
mg h a s advanced s o in price that not be beneficial at this time. A
Astoria is opening bids for much
the Express suggests our inventive recall would sm;ick too much of street improvement work.
Hillsboro creamery company enlarges
geniuses get busy and concoct a
| to manufacture butter.
few new dyes. This would be
Ibis trouble would have been
Roseburg— Association f o r m e d to
worth more to humanity than the
overlooked had the term of county promote interests o f fruit growers in
invention of more deadly guns and judge been four years, instead of Garden Valley,
bombs. This European war has six. Four years is long enough
Sawmifis active near Sandy
made our chemists devise way; of
lerm for this office or even too ill 000 for Coquille River fisherman-8
getting along with quite a number
long for an unsatisfactory official. co-operative cannery.
of domestic articles, in place of
Milwaukee council votes to buy out
— Beaverton Times.
imported ones, and dyes should
Wi 1 somebody kindly tell us local water company.
be added to the list. How about
whether Editor Davis of the Times
the cigaret stain for one of the
intends the above as a defense or
shades of yellow?
an indictment of the judge?
Annually Uncle Sam furnishes
Washington County Transfers j While the editors were meeting
the people with free garden and
The following real estate trans- at Sherwnod last Saturday, the
flower seeds. The seeds are fur
fers were recorded with the regis- business men and farmers of the
nished, ostensibly, to learn which
ter of deeds at Hillsboro during district were aho holding a meet-
varities are best suited to certain
the past week:
ing. at which they discussed the
sections of the country, but not
Livingston to Surah B advisability of putting up a can-
one man in a hundred takes the Livingaton, 4 acres and roadway in E nery to take care of the perish
trouble to inform the secretary of W alker D L C, 1 N 4. $1.
able fruits and vegetables.
John Kingalev Livingston to Sarah B
agriculture what success he has
W. J. Dotson p r e s i d e d and
had with a given variety of s*>ed. Livingston, same as above, $1.
Cambell was secretary and,
W illiam K Livingston et ux to Sarah
With thinking people, it is under B Livingston, same as above. $1.
on suggestion o f Editor R o y
stood that congressmen merely
F E Morrill et ux to F R Spaulding Blodgett, several of the visiting
use the free seed package as a et ux, tract in Harvey Clarke D L C, editors were asked what they
means of bribing the support of sec 6, 1 S 3. $10.
knew of the canning business. A .
F L Koberstein et ux to J E Bates,
their constituents. And we’re a
80x100 feet in I) McLeod and w ife D L E. Scott told of the experience of
cheap bunch, if a few ounces of C. $10.
Washington county a n d Forest
radish seed will induce us to vote
M T Bates et ux to J E Bate», 40.24 Grove people with a cannery and
for a man who has no especial acres D McLeod D I. C. *10-
told the Sherwoodites if they were
Thomas Talbot et ux to J W Moore-
qualifications for office, o t h e r
willing to run a year or two with
house, E 1-2 o f tract 38, Springhill
than a big mouth.
profit or at a small loss, they
come out winners in the
The Shaw Fear Company to C F N ei-
It is considered by the manage
end. S. H. Davis of Beaverton,
ment of the Express a mighty
ton-Reedville Acreage, $620.
Roy King of North Plains, L. A.
lucky day that news is not re
W illiam H Ruthruff et ux to C A
ceived of an advance in price of Dickison et ux, 25 acres in sec 1, 3 S 2, Fern>worth of Banks and H. V.
Meade of Orenco also made re
some kind, eharaeter of color of $ 10 .
along the same line. After
paper or card board. There have
In company with T. C. Lord,
people had thoroughly
been not less than six advances in j r., the editor of the Exprwi had
e prue ° ''" ''red Pa P''r and the pleasure last Friday of taking discussed the matter, it was de
bounds since the first of the year, dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John cided to ask some cannery expert
1 his has caused many consumers Heisler. Sr., at Gales City. These to come to a future meeting and
o use w i t papt r on johs
jo >s that p io n ^ ^ are extremely hospitable tell the people more about the
were formerly printed on colored , „ , i
subject. If shey can be convinced
„ » a .u ~
and al»a y s have something good
and then white paper began to to eat for the hungry wanderer. that there is the least chance of
advance in price. D on’t be sur- Mr. Heisler is 70 years of age. a cannery paying, the people of
prised if your printer has t o I18® worked hard all his life, but if Sherwood and vicinity will put up
charge you more for your next !l *»>r** not for his failing eyesight, the money to build and equip one
jo b of printing
He’ll either have 5 « c o u ,d « a,>y p a » for a man of
J? , ; 1
e,ther haVe fifty, as he gets about better than
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
that to do or make you a present many men of that age.
|oan on farms
Want a Cannery
Fine Strain of
R ose p«nb n r n o
ight Color ilEiU O
$ 2 .0 0 F or Fifteen
Cheaper in Quantity
B A B Y CHICKS
Call at Forest Grove Express
W. L. Benfer
P. 0. Box D
Forest Grove, Ore.
Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel
«1 Do YOUR part in the UPBUILDING of this town.
<1 READ THE HOME PAPER
<1 S tu d y th e ads.
•I Patronize home trade
When you HELP THE MERCHANTS you
HELP THE TOWN. When y o u HELP THE
TOWN y o u HELP YOURSELF —
We’ll Make Good
on any promise we make to deliver work on
a given date. The Express has one of the
best equipped little printing plants in the
Willamette valley, having added several
hundred dollars’ worth of material to the
Williams plant for
. . . JOB PRINTING . . .
purposes and more good material is on the
way. The management would very much
appreciate it if those in need of stationery,
office blanks, or any other kind of printing
would call at the office for samples and
pnees. If you’re too busy to com e to the
office use the phone and
will call on you.
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