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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
Miss Beth Sexton visited friends! Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
St. Johns—Cooperage plant will build
A Good Investment
drykilns and bunkers.
in Portland Saturday.
| to loan on farms.
The members of Washington Grants
Pass sugar factory sold to
Claude Warner wan in Portland You can always get brick ice Ben Ward of Gasion had bus- lodge
cream at Shearer’s.
iness in the Grove Saturday.
Gresham to have gas supply from
Joe* Wiles had business in Port Found —Umbrella, which can You can always get brick ice $15,000 in seven per cent gold- Portland Gas & Coke company.
Salem to get $30,000 bread factory
be recovered at this office.
cream at Shearer’s.
bearing interest bonds, to run with
$2,000 monthly pay roll.
You can always get brick ice Hancock & Wiles carry Life, Money to loan Valley Realty forty
— Work of reconstructing
cream at Shearer's.
Accident & Fire Insurance. 1-tf Co., Poorest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf now ready for sale. The bonds Union furniture
factory has begun.
Dr. and Mnc Vollmer returned A son was born to Mr. and The Express prints butter wrap are to take up the indebtedness Brookings—Lumber
on the new lodge buildingand com 200 men and new hotel company
Sunday from a visit in Portland. Mrs. Walter Burke last Thurs pers with non-poisonous ink.
plete the second floor and are Seaside—Contract let for new school
We will insure your auto against day.
a trust deed to the at $23,795.
fire, theft and collision. Hancock M. S. Allen last week sold a and Mrs. Harrison Heisler last property, by which
is worth much Salem—Under more liberal policies of
!Mf Saxon car to J. Ritchie of this
capital corporation filing
The George Hancock family | city.
eral of the members of the lodge encouraging
e from $181,000 in
spent Sunday with friends up George Garrett of Portland vis We will insure your auto against consider the seven per cent so at 1915 to $200,000 r e for a s 1916.
fire, theft and collision. Hancock tractive that they will invest Oregon City—Hawley Paper mills go
some of their surplus in bonds, on three-shift plan, 3-hours each, and
For the best results load your ited the Carlyle family in this city & Wiles.
which are in the denomination of employ 60 additional men.
camera with the Speedex Film, Sunday.
Portland ' Gas & Coke company
sold by Lit tier’s Pharmacy.
Miss Leone Graham visited at Saturday from a short visit in Parties each who desire to invest granted
franchise to Sandy river.
Miss Evelyn DeMoss left Sat the Smith home in Hillsboro over Portland.
should see either C W. Odell, J. Scio—Farmer’s
Union establishes new
urday for Eastern Oregon where Sunday.
Dr. J. H. Stewart returned last
she will spend the summer.
We will insure your auto against Thursday
Bandon exj>ending $40,000 on water
Off for the Encampment
from a professional visit
Postmaster Robert Wirtzwasin
Forest Grove’s delegation to Increased demand for myrtlewood
9-tf to Chehalis, Wash.
Portland on Tuesday attending & Wiles.
makes necessary sawmill at
Rooms to rent, furnished or un the G. A. R., W. R C. and L. of products
Miss Wetzel of Seattle visited furnished.
the Postmaster's convention.
Bridge on Myrtle Creek, Coos county.
friend. Mrs. Selma Michael, A street and First avenue, or opened at Eugene yesterday, left
We still g i v e g r e e n trading at her Carnation
stamps on every thing you buy
the Oregon Electric at 8:15
from us. Littler’s Pharmacy.
J. D. Mickle, state dairy and phone
T h e dele
was born to Mr. and gates from morning.
Mrs. K. B. Penfield, Editor
W. R C.
Judge Prynn of Medford visited i food commissioner, was a business Mrs A son
his sister, Mrs. Charles Miller, visitor in town Monday.
There is a professor in one of the
Creek last Thursday and, at las W. Haines, Sam Ridgley, Fred colleges
of the West who never preach
and family in this city Sunday.
Roscoe Vaughn of Pendleton accounts,
both mother and child Ram ey and N o r a McNamer, es and never
to the students.
with Mesdames John Anderson, Yet when the lectures
Mrs. Les te r Armen trout left visited his mother, Mrs. J. C. were doing nicely.
him, they in
Fr nk C r a b t r e e and Cynthia stinctively throw away their
Monday to join her husband, who Latta, in this city Sunday.
going along as high privates and are careful of their behaviour.
is ranching in Eastern Oregon.
Dr. R. PL Winnard and son, returned Saturday from a week’s Smith
The old soldiers who went yes Why do they do this? What influence
Postmaster Frank S. Myers and Norton, of Heppner visited the visit in Portland and Sunday lit terday were Wm. Ridgley, VV. H. do
you have on the conduct of others?
family of Portland vsitied Mr.
tle Roberta, aged 7, ran into a tree, Patrick Cronin and E. W. The Columbia University trustees
Myers’ sisters in this city Sunday. day.
(porch while at play and cut a Bennett. Past Commander W. have just announced their intention to
allow women to enter the College of
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Walker and Mbs Cecil Doty of Seattle ar long gash in her forehead.
Physicians and Surgeons as soon as tha
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ladd motored rived last Thursday for a week’s Mr. and Mrs. Mort Luckett; the ground early.
medical school equipment can
up the Columbia highway Sunday. visit with her sister, Mrs. H. B. and children motored down from The boys from this city are go be
enlarged for their proper accom
ing to try their best to bring next modation.
A bunch of Pendleton boosters Watson.
Grant’s Pass Monday for a visit year’s
encampment to this city.
were in town Tuesday, advertis John Templeton and E. W. with Mrs. Luckett’s brother and The encampment
Thinking Men Fight Liquor
lasts three days. “It should
ing the Roundup, which opens Haines were out to their farms sister. W. P Dyke and Mrs. j
be brought home bo the
that the habitual use
Monday and report a rain badly Margaret Mallory. They will j GASTON NEWS NOTES
of alcoholic beverages reduces, in a
Mrs. H. A. Williams returned needed.
serious degree, the productive efficiency
Miss Mona Mallory is now playing in of
the community. The recent public
the Sappington orchestra.
Monday evening from a week's Mrs Harriett Benjamin and remain several weeks.
proceedings in Russi a, France and
visit with friends and relatives at daughter, Frances, an d James
England against the use of alcohol, in
friends here over Sunday.
order to enhance the efficiency of their
Benoit visited in Portland over
The Gaston ball team played the population in time of war, have direct
public attention to this subject with
A number of the shot-gun art Sunday.
Banks team last Sunday. (To the ed ' ed
ists indulged in a practice shoot Miss Verna Carothers of Port With all member present at the
The fact that “Alcohol causes many
Summer weather at last. Everyone frightful disasters in human reproduc
east of the P. U. campus Sunday land is visiting the family of her close, the city counc.l met Tues would
leads Doctor Eliot to continue to
like to see some of that Oregon tion”
night and transacted a little mist now.
uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. day
“Degredation through the use of
Walker’s orchestra will give a A. Littler.
We see Marvin Hoffman riding around alcohol
is the greatest evil the white
dance at the new I. O. O. F. hall; Mr. Olsen and Miss Blackwell The treasurer submitted his in a brand new Overland.
race is suffering from.”—Dr. Chas.
W. Eliot, President-Emeritus of Har
monthly report, which was ac- j Ben Ward is going to quit the dairy vard.
next Saturday evening. Tickets, of Yamhill visited the former’s cepted
75c; ladies free.
mother, Mrs. Ella Olsen, in this S. A. Walker put in a bill fori two weeks.
Mrs. H J. Rice, jr., who has city Sunday.
$50.00 for damages to his straw The Dennis Construction Company Go to McFarlane
been quite ill for the past two Mrs. Watson yesterday moved berry patch and garden by the have completed the water system here.
your silo staves, 2x6x32, all ready
weeks, is reported somewhat im her stock of millinery from the running of nearly 200 feet of sew be found in any town.
Caphs building to the Large This was done, he says, without Clyde Raymond is again working for to put up, M at c 60c
B ros .,
Mrs. Gavin Duncan, who has building, west of the postoffice. asking his permission or securing Dr. Baker.
been quite ill for the past six Mrs. C. A. Littler went to Al a right-of-way. The councilman j The dance given by Dr. Baker was 23-tf
weeks, is able to be up and about
this was not just and re a good time.
Free Methodist Church
the house a few hours each day. bany Tuesday to attend the com agreed
Sabbath school 10 a. m., preach
Mr. and Mrs. PL E. Williams mencement exercises of Albany committee for investigation.
11 a. m. i nd 8 p. m., prayer
and Mrs. A Langley and daugh Colhge, her niece, Miss McDon Contracts were made with Ed
and Chas. Hollevoet to pay Roseburg County court lets contract meeting on Wednesday evening at
ter, Manche, took a trip up the ald, being one of the graduates. Allen
8 p m. All are welcomed.
free water for rights of- for bridge at Happy Valley.
Harold Benjamin, w ho has way for water
Columbia highway Sunday.
J. N. W o o d , Pastor.
Donald co-operative cheese factory
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dyke, been teaching school near Salem, resptetive properiies.
about 3,000 lbs. milk per day.
Mrs. Chas. Walker and Miss is home fo r a vacation, after Councilman Thornburgh report handling
Fox sawmill on Beech creek In Justice Court
Gladys Mallory motored to the which he will a t t e n d summer ed having made a settlement with has been put
for Forest Grove
Portland Rose show last Friday. | school at Monmouth.
the school board for the sidewalk North Bend—
City and county order District, Washington County,
One of the P. U. instructors: Postmaster Frank S. Myers of
mile and a half Warrenite paving.
who was not engaged for next; Portland,
Astoria—Quarry and Towage com
former Forest Grove The council instructed the re pany
year remarked to a friend a few | boy, was a last
will erect large docks and build E. D. Rounds, Defendant
days ago that he had been “Canned
to advertise that people ings.
D. Rounds, Defendant:
president of the Oregon Presiden corder
in an Economy jar."
who abused their lawn sprinking Ophir, Curry County mining district, To IN E. THE
NAMEOF THE STATE OF
privileges would most surely have to undergo large development.
OREGON. You are hereby required to
J. N. Hoffman and J a m e s tial Postmasters’ association, com their
before the undersigned, W. J.
water supply cut off. The Vale—Warm Springs irrigation pro appear
Nichols were in Portland Monday, posed of about 100 democratic dads fear
a Justice of the Peace in
ject will put water on 39,000 acres.
looking after some business in postmasters.
County and State
ask the consumers to go as Medford carried $300,000 bond issue aforesaid and District,
answer the complaint of
connection with the logan juice j The people of Gales City are they
light as possible in its use. It for railroad to Blue Ledge mines.
plaintiff on or before six weeks from
plant they are installing.
and after the date of the first publica
of this summons; the date of the
Ernest Brown and family, who Fourth of July celebration in Balm were irrigating their gardens with ber carrier ordered built for sawmills tion
of this summons being
have been living at Santa Anna, Grove, north of their town. There city water.
here within eight months at St. Helens May publication
Calif., for the past three years,
It was reported that the resi shipyards.
If you fail to answer or appear, for
are expected to return to this will be a good program of ath dents
j Heppner—Morrow county creamery want thereof the plaintiff will take
city some time next month to | letic sports, speaking, music and clamoring to have that thorough doubles its present capacity.
udgment against you for the sum of
106.70, together with interest thereon
big basket dinner. Quite a num fare oiled to keep the S. P. trains Myrtle Point lets $35,000 paving con J
May 3d, 1915, at the rate of 8
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Gardner ber of Forest Grove people are from kicking up so much dust. It tract.
per cent to date and for $25.00 attor
the sense of the council that Oregon City—Hawley pulp and paper ney fees on his first cause of action,
spent the week-end away from planning to spend the nation’s an was
and judgment against you in the sum
home, being at the Rose Festival niversary at this picnic, while if the S. P. company would oil mills add $10,000 warehouse.
and interest thereon at 6 per
Donald—H. E. Hodges establishes cent $48.00
in Portland Friday, up the Colum others will go to Hillsboro and
October 1st, 1915, to date,
way, the city would oil the re- weekly newspaper and job office here. on his second
bia highway on Saturday, and other neighboring towns.
cause of action; and
judgment against you for the sum of
visiting in Gresham Sunday.
Dunlap filled the pulpit Councilman Coon r e p o r t e d large box factory to sawmill plant here. $8.53 on his third cause of action, and
Portia and Gladys Goodrich, for Rev.
for his costs and disbursements in this
\ Marshfield votes $5,000 bonds for one action.
who have been living in town for Sunday and th e morning was hundreds of trees were hanging small additional school building.
This summons is served upon you by
the past nine months, while Miss | given
by order of W. J. R. Beach,
Gladys attended high School, have
low that they strike pedestrians in block on Columbia street.
a Justice of the Peace in and for For
moved back to the farm, near
Grove Justice of the Peace and
the face. The street commissioner Stayton—A. D. Gardner will erect a est
Constable District, Washington County,
esting. In the e v e n i n g B. J. was
authorized to secure help and portable sawmill near city.
which order was made and
trim the worst of these trees. He Enterprise bank building to be re Oregon,
Mrs S. G. Morgan, daughter, Simpson delivered an address on was
rendered at Forest Grove, Oregon, the
also instructed to tear out a modelled at cost of $13,000.
recent visit to the Laymen’s
24th day of May, 1916, and which said
Margaret, and their guest, Miss his
prescribes the publication of this
Missionary convention at Wash dangerous walk in front of the Eugene—Number of rural districts order
Phyllis Fisher of Maupin, attend ington,
for six weeks from and after
will erect new school buildings.
ed the commencement exercises Sunday Rev. Dunlap will preach
the first publication thereof.
A warrant for $1,754.38 was Pendleton—Northern Pacific planning
of the state normal school at an ‘Old Folks’ sermon. There will ordered
W. J. R. B each ,
drawn to pay the semi to build into Holdman section.
Monmouth, Wednesday, Mr s .
annual interest on the 1913 inter Huntington—Contract let for $40,000 J. N. Hoffman, Attorney of for the plaintiff.
Morgan’s niece, Miss Dae Clod-! be singing by a special "Old section
felder. being one of the graduates.1 Folks" choir.
N O TES AND PERSO N A LS
W. C. T. U. COLUMN
City Fathers Hold
a Quiet Session
SIGNS OF PROSPERITY