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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1916)
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AN IN D E PEN D E N T W EEK LY NEWSPAPER
Vol. 1, No. 14
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1916
W AR ON FILTH The seventh annual meeting of
$1.50 per Year
Civil War Veteran
Answers Final Call
In the presence of a large circle
of friends and relatives of the
contracting parties, Mr. E. Miles
Charles Knapp, aged 77, a vet
Maxwell and Miss Gladys Eliza eran of the civil war and one of
With all members present, the |
¡eating at various points in thy
Emmerson were united in mar the most highly-respected citizens
city council met Tuesday evening, room, from the kitchen to the Society of the Salem district was
at the home of the bride’s
elected H. B . Johnson to the front windows. Evidence of fire called to order at 2 o'clock yester parents in this city at 8 o'clock of Forest Grove, passed away at
vacancy on the council caused by are in so many places, it is im day at the Forest Grove M. E. last evening, Elder P. C. Hay his home on North B street last
the resignation of Mr. Hoar, who possible to say just where the fire church by Mrs. Edwin Sherwood ward of Portland performing the Saturday, after an illness of about
two weeks with heart trouble.
has been appointed city treasurer. started. There had been no fire of Salem, district president. There ceremony.
in the kitchen since early Satur was a fair attendance and several
Deceased was born at Smith-
T h e bride w a s charmingly
Claude Smith and H. B. Johnson day evening, which makes the
gowned in white crepe de chine port, Pa., in 1839 and when but
were placed in nomination and outbreak something of a mystery.
and was attended by Miss Blanche even years of age moved with
Mr. Johnson received the most
The stock and fixtures were afternoon.
Johnson of Portland, while the his parents to Illinois. In 1856
The president led the devotional groom,
votes, so he was declared elected, damaged to the extent of prob
in conventional black, was Che family moved to Iowa, where,
services, after which Mrs. H. R.
One of the most important ably $200 and the building, owned Bernard extended the greetings of attended by Dale LaFountain of in 1861, Charles enlisted in the
by Frank Emereon, suffered to
actions taken by the council was about the same extent. The stock the local members, doing the Gaston. The bride was given by Third Iow’a battery, serving his
country four years a n d t w o
to instruct the city marshal to of the candy kitchen was also honors in a very creditable man her father and the wedding march months during the civil war. On
ner. The response was made by
serve written notice on owners of somewhat damaged by smoke.
The b r i d e is the youngest April 13th, 1864, deceased was
property to the north and west of
There was no fire in the candy Mrs. M. B. 1
.em . daughter of M r. and Mrs. W. C. united in marriage to Miss Ardell
the city hall to clean up their back kitchen,
res-, 1 , hen followed roll call,
. . minutes
, Emmerson and is a young lady of Porter, who, with three daughters
yards. If they fail to do so, the taurant fire went into the attic ° L i 9lS
personality and many and one son, survive the husband
council will close some of the and came
•ame down into that place work, led by M rs.Littlerof Salem; charming
and father. The surviving child
places of business. One council and the
vvo manly qualities, w h i l e the ren are Mrs. C. J. Fink of Irri-
bakery, doing i a vocal s , o b by
J Mrs. G. G. Pater- groom
man said he was almost afraid to but slight
i<ihf damage t to
o t the
alrerv 80n< aJ*d an address, ‘ ‘ Our Gen-
cana, Alberta, Canada; M r s .
eral Executive,” by Mrs. More dairyman, living near Gaston. Claude Terwilliger o f Calgary,
attend council meeting, as there stock.
He is a young man of sterling
land of Salem.
was danger of catching malaria or
and enjoys the confi Alberta, Canada; Mrs. N. P. M c
some other disease. He singled
Lean of Pendleton, Ore., a n d
at which t i m e t h e ladies of dence and respect of all his neigh Dudley Knapp of this city. All
out a newspaper office on lower
The members of the fire depart the local society served a very bors.
Main street as one of the thief of
the children, with the exception
A sumptuous wedding supper of Mrs. Fink, were at the bed
bountiful and appetizing chicken
fenders. (The newspaper which
followed the ceremony, and the side when the end came.
has been making so much fuss admirably.
At 7 :30 the session was resumed, bride and groom received from
about billboards being allowed in
The family came to Forest
opening with the Standard Bear- their friends many pretty and
from Iowa in 1911 and
The street committee reported
p n m n T U L W o ir ers' R a"y S0" « . hy a chorus of valued tokens of the esteem in j during their brief residence here
tom e I ms Vvay girls. Rev. Dunlap
I led | dev otional which they are held by their
having borrowed a grader from
have made many friends who will
there was acquaintances.
the county and that it was being
Two of the best young Jersey
their sympathy to the
used improving the streets. The bulls in the entire Northwest were more music by the chorus and
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell will be widow and children. Mr. Knapp
street commissioner complained purchaser! at the Harry West sale then an interesting address on at home to their friends at Gaston
was a member of the Congrega
that people were filling the gut at Scappoose last Thursday by missionary work in India by Mrs. after April 20th.
tional church and of James B.
ters with leaves and trash from A. T. Buxton of Gales Creek and A. E. Ogg of Salem, returned mis- _
Mathews Post No. 6, Grand Army
their lawns and he was instructed John Vandervelden of Roy.
Miss Whitney of Ta- L O g a n b e r iT JuiCC
the Republic; was a kind father,
to notify the offenders to cease
Mr. Buxton's animal is Sancy’s coma, branch treasurer, followed
a devoted h u s b a n d and good
their work along that line.
Raleigh, out of Eurydice’s Sancy, with an address telling of the
Ex-Treasurer Wirtz stated that imported from the Isle of Jersey great need of more teachers and
Funeral services were held at
many people thought they should in 1913, and was sired by I^ack- money for foreign missions. Little
family residence at 10:30
have interest on money deposited land. who is still in Jersey, the Leonard Dunlap, son of Rev. and ols returned y e s t e r d a y from
morning. Rev. O. H.
for light meters and the matter . calf having been born after the Mrs. Dunlap, was made a life Seattle, where they succeeded in
w ; ls referred to the water and light
reached America. He was
disposing of 62,000 pounds of church preaching the sermon. In
entered at many shows in the
evaporated loganberries, to be tel ment was in Forest View ceme
W. F. Schultz asked for some nor^w est last year, including the creditable manner and the services shipped to Seattle for conversion tery, and a large circle of friends
alterations m a water mam in or- 'prisro Fair, aru] took all cham- came to a close with the benedic into juice.
and neighbors witnessed the last
der that he might install a public pjonsbjps for bulls of his age. tion by Rev. Dunlap.
The most important result of rites of the G. A. R. at the gravej
drinking fountain in front of his •
- cost Mr. Buxton $360.00 and
This morning’s program was their trip, however, is the fact
place of business. Water and light the new owner thinks he is worth opened with devotional exercises, that they have received enough side.
committee instructed to look into the money.
led by Mrs. Erskine of Halsey, encouragement in the way of a
Frank Maury Called
the kind of fountain to be installed,
Mr Vandervelden’s animal is followed by roll call of auxiliaries market for juice to justify them
The many Forest Grove friends
as the council has decided onlv called Combination Premier, is of and reports. Miss Whitney of Ta- in installing a plant here with a of Frank Alaury, one of Washing
the shut-off type will be tolerated. equal high breeding and cost his coma made an interesting talk or. capacity of 1,500 gallons per day ton county’s best-known and most
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Our Literature” o and
Water commissioner was in owner $-105.00.
will cost popular citizens, were shocked
structed to build a fence around
in time Alonday to learn that Air. Maury
The bringing of such high-grade
the city water reservoir and to breeding animals to Washington. ber of ladies. The noontide prayer to take care of the 1916 crop
had been found dead in bed that
build a burglar-proof dog pound, county means more to the dairy \ was made by Mrs. Upmeyer.
morning at his home in Dilley.
To Boost Judge Hollis
somebody having taken out a industry than may at first be ap This was followed by dinner in the
Deceased had not been sick and
canine prisoner confined in the parent and Messrs. Buxton and i church parlors.
The Express learns today that had retired Sunday night in his
The afternoon will be taken up steps have already been taken to usual health. By his side when
old pound. He was also instruct Vandervelden are to be congratu
with miscellaneous business, nom
ed to continue his war on dogs, lated on their enterprise.
organize a “ Hollis Club,” with found Alonday morning was a flat
ination and election of officers,
the purchasing committee lieing
iron and it is believed that he had
Anna E. Whitaker
reading of constitution and by the object in view of seeing to it been overcome by a sinking spell
instructed to secure for the dog-
Mrs. Anna E. Whitaker, aged laws,, a solo by Mrs. Paterson, an that Air. Hollis is elected to the during the night and had heated
catcher a net, to lie use^j in snar
62 years, died at the home of her I address by Airs. Ogg, resolutions judgeship of the circuit court for the iron to restore his vitality.
ing homeless canines.
The bond of City Treasurer sister, Mrs. Finzel, in Cedar and reports and consecration ser Washington and Tillamook coun The recovery was made by Mrs.
ties. Alembership lists are being
Hoar ($5,000) was accepted by the Canyon Thursday, April .6. Mrs. vices.
and it gives the Express Alaury when she awoke in th e .
Whitaker was formerly a resident: Rev. Bristol of Banks, Rev.
City Engineer Kirkwood was of Portland, but had been making Fields of McMinnville and Rev. pleasure to report that party lines
Deceased was born in New York
authorized to have a test made of her home with Mrs. Finzel for Parounagain of Salem arrived this are not being drawn by Forest city on June 11th, 1850, and in
the cement being used on the over four months. She had been morning and are interested spec
Air. Hollis— few are refusing to 1876 was united in marriage with
sewer and a councilman report- afflicted with dropsy for some tators at the convention.
Aliss Lily Fergus of Helena, Mon
ed that the sewer con tractors were time. Three brothers and three
This speaks highly for Judge tana. With his wife he came to
laying pipe in the absence of an sisters are living. Except a brother
Oregon twenty-nine years ago,
inspector, which is contrary to at Klamath Falls, all are in the Woman’s club, the officers were Hollis’ standing in the community '¡settling in Wa-hington county.
instructed to wire Oregon’s rep and if other sections of the nine
T h e m a y o r was East.
He is survived by his widow and
authorized to notify the contract
in congress to protest teenth judicial district are a s four children— Alarion and Claude
Funeral services were conducted
ors this sort of thing would not at the Finzel home Friday fore against cutting the school fund’s strong for the Judge as Forest Maury of Lewistown,
noon by Rev J. Francis Ashley. share of the receipts from rail Grove, then it’s all over but fig and Airs. Albert LaAIont and
uring the majority.
After allowing the usual grist of Burial at Forest View cemetery,
Airs. Walter Wolf of Dilley. Of
road grant lands to less than
bills, council adjourned at 11 this city.
home-loving disposition. M r.
forty percent, i t having been,
The democratic county central M » » rv never cared much for pub-
A Musical Treat Promised
.... ,. ,
. he life, but, in spite of this fact,
contemplated. T h e ladies a r e '
Greek Restaurant Scorched
After having toured a portion properly championing the cause committee of Washington county f is neighbors have, year after
About 12:30 Sunday morning of Washington and become more
j held a meeting at Hillsboro >es- year> elected him as a school
of the schools
smoke was discovered pouring out proficient in their parts, the mem
i j p
terday and decided to circulate director 0f his district for the past
Messrs. Lord & Giguere of the petitions to place the following twenty years and he was a mem-
of the Commercial Restaurant, bers of the Pacific University Glee
Pacific Market will next Monday names on the primary ballot, the u
t „ d
owned by John Constantino, and club have concluded to give an
other concert in this city, in order replace their horse-propelled meat candidates named having con- deatb. He was a kind hnsband.
the Empress Candy Kitchen, (one that those who failed to hear this wagon with a hord auto truck to sented to run.
an indulgent father and a good
door west), located on Pacific excellent organization may do so Like care of their country trade.
State Senator Dr. R. M. Er- neighbor, possessing innumerable
1 good qualities
- that go to endear
Avenue. The alarm was sounded before it is d i s b a n d e d and The Schultz market has also put win,
on a truck for this work.
and the fire department and many scattered.
Representatives — Wm. Schul- a man to his neighbors.
The concert will be given at the
H. W. Farrington of Portland 1 merich, Hillsboro; A l a n c h e 1.
Dr. H. R. Kauffmann of this
private citizens responded in short,
performed an autopsy M on
order. When the firemen first
ing, April 26th. Admission will be ter the business of the Durable Aleade, Orenco.
day forenoon and found death du<-
arrived, no blaze was seen, but at only 25c, with reserved seats at
Roofing Manufacturing Co. The
County Clerk— F. E. McBride, to acute dilatation of the heart
short intervals flashes like sheet Littler’s Pharmacy without extra Forest Grove Planing Mill com Dilley.
probably brought on by hard
lightning were observed inside the charge.
pany handles these goods.
Commissioner— Chas. E. Han work after a winter of ease.
The funeral services were held
restaurant, which was hot as an
Some very fine strings of trout ley, Hillsboro.
the family residence at 1 o ’clock
oven. After w a t e r had been
Treasurer— D. B. Burkhalter, this afternoon. Rev. O. H. Holmes
The Sunday Oregonian can be .have been taken out of Gales
i— in front of xr—
thrown into the room to cool it, obtained
Van rcreek during the past week, but Farmington.
of the First Congregational church
Assessor— C. E . Hedge, Beaver officiating. Interment was in For
the firemen succeeded in entering ! Koughnet & Reder Drug store. the water is still a trifle high for
H. R. Bernard, Agt.
and subduing the fire, which was 1 14-tf
est View cemetery, this city.
Some Fine Jerseys
Plant Is Assured