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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1916)
ment. They d e v e l o p barbed, operation of small-town fire bri the Kxpreaa was a resident of
iTItr Ifurrst (Brmtr Express suspicious,
embittered natures.” gade«. A moving picture show Utuh, l)r. Talbott was iu|ierin-
wan given in connection with the tendent of missions in that state
Fublisheil every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer. Editor and Publisher.
Entered as second-class matter Jan. 12, 15*16, at the pu
poatoffice at Forest Grove,
Oregon, under the Act of March S, 1875»
THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 15*16
NOTES AND PERSONALS entertainment.
and the writer heard him fre-
Rev. Dunlap experts to
We will insure your auto against
pulpit next Sunday,
fire, theft and collision. Hancock who visited for over a week with
9-tf Mrs. Langley in this city, returned preaching a patriotic sermon in
Miss Mary Olmstead, who has home the first of the week.
NOTES A N D C O M M ENTS
been sending several weeks with A. Baldwin, who had an oper Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sanders
relatives in Portland, returned ation performed in Portland three and daughter of Portland visitisl
If You’ve Got the Goods
the L>rd families Sunday Mr**.
and when his whiskership found home Saturday.
Y’ou may know the pinch of famine.
that the Mexicans resented the Miss Miriam Corl came Satur day, greatly improved in health. Sanders and Mrs. T. C. I/>rd, jr.,
You may know the clutch of debt. invasion
by l'. S. troops, Carranza day from Corvallis to visit her
There may be but little lamb in
turned his murderers loose on sister, Mary .who is an employe Saturday, assisting in making ar-1 Harry Giltner, Art Copies and
Any fricassee you get
All the dubs may try to flop you
i I'ncle Sam's boys, ambushing and at the First National Bank.
C. Walker of this city and Ed
rangements for the annual en R.
Any trick to lay you low.
Miss Gwendolyn Hughes left campment of the Oregon Veterans' Martin of Hillsboro returned last
But they cannot really stop you
last week for The Dalles, where association, to beheld at the Oaks week from a fishing trip on Rock
If you’ve got the goods to show.
Creek. They report very little
They may knock you down and trample
will visit her sister for a few Sept. 12th.
and lives, but it appears we m ust1 she
On the wares you have to sell.
weeks. Miss Maude English ac Misses Dae and Floy Clodfeltcr, luck.
lick Mexico, and do a good job of companied
They may hand you out a sample
her as far as Portland. who have been visiting the Mor Cooper Anderson of Salt Like
Of a little bit of h-----!
it, even if it takes ten years, and Miss Phyllis
Fisher, an alum gan family for several days, re City, who owns a big farm near
They may turn on you and thunder
almost to extermination nus of Forest Grove
“ Back, you lobster, to the woods.” amounts
High School, turned to their home in Wasco, Cornelius, was looking after his
of the treacherous breed.
But they cannot keep you under
who has been visiting here for Oregon, Saturday. Mrs. Morgan pro|H*rly last Monday and visited
If you’ve really got the goods.
I The editor of a Washington some time, went to Portland Sat- took them as far as Portland in with George Hancock and Joe
True, it’s hard for you to suffer
What you know you don’t deserve. county newspaper was so busy urday to take the teacher's exam- her machine.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Bernard
But it rather makes you tougher
last week getting a vote of thanks I ¡nation
And it stiffens up your nerve.
Monday from an over-
from several women that when he Hancock & Wiles carry Life,
Let ’em slam, and damn, and flout you. had finished writing a wedding Accident & Fire Insurance. l-tf lor started Thursday for Berkeley, Sunday visit with friends at Mc
Calif., where Mr. Taylor will Minnville. Saturday night they
Bear it all as best you can.
notice, it read like this: "Married Mrs. A. E. Dixon of this city study
But the world can't do without you
summer school. They attended n joint meeting of the
at the home of the addition to visited Camp Withycombe, at went by in way
If you’ve got the goods. Old Man.
of Astoria, where
—Weatclox Tick-Talk. barn and large cattle shed; Rev. Clackamas, Sunday, to say good they were joined by their son, McMinnville Odd Fellows anil
E. J. Springer, garage; C. J. bye to a cousin, LaRonda M. Howard, who also will attend Re!»ekahs, held to receive the
Te idy Roosevelt having final’y Ogkesby.
grand master and the president of
u i t cellar; William Pierce, who is a member of com- summer school at Berkeley.
declined the Progressive nomina Smith large f r granary;
Dav pany M.
tion for president, the national idson, large poultry Alfred
new Lester Higby, aged 11. ditto- Banks Herald, was in the city
Visited (amp Withycombe
committee of that party met at depots at Schefflen and house;
Monday morn Saturd-y, looking for a man to Among the Forest Grove people
Chicago Monday and decided by the P. R. & X.; James Moores,
of a cherry run the Herald, saying he desired who visited Camp Withycombe
a vote of 31 to 15 not to r.omina e storekeeper at bride’s parents,
reduced to enlist in the National Guard. last Sunday to see the soldier
a candidate for pr sident. By a Tuesday evening at 7:30 o’clock
vote of 32 to 6, the committee Rev. C. C. Carrick, officiating.” and the boy will soon be able to The Express learns that Mr boys were Mr. und Mrs. George
F rn--worth found a man and will Hancock, son and daughter and
endorced Hughes and signed the This will make it rather confusing try it again
death warrant of the Progressive for the bride and groom to tell Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lohmire of go to the border with the Oregon Miss Loomis, Mr. and Mrs. A. (i.
Hodman and daughter, Aileen;
party as an organization. And it their friends where they were mar Patton, in company with Mrs troops.
Secor and little son, Mr. and
is surprising how many people ried, eh?
Dr. II. J. Talbott, president of Mrs. Averv
and son, Mr.
E>tella Lohmire of Barnesville. Kimball College of Theology, and Mrs. M. Ralferty
who were cussing Teddy a month
Ohio, drove down to this city filled the pulpit of the local M. E. ters. They report that und two daugh
ago are today telling how much THE RESULT OF
Sunday to visit their friends, church last Sunday morning and of autos were parked along miles
he will help Hughes.
The Oswego Times says that Lu her Burbank, the famous Harry T. Bagley of Hill-boro and earnest speaker and the con- ; visitors came to see the soldiers.
many of the residents of western plant wizard, discussing the simi last Saturday evening addressed gregation enjoyed his sermons I
You can always get brick ice
Clackamas county are advocating larity between plant life and hu the Gaston fire department on the very much. When the editor of cream
seceding from that county and man society, recently said:
asking e i t h e r Multnomah or "It took the cac’us a thousand
Washington county to annex that years to develop spines, but even
portion of Clackamas lying west this dumb thing can be taught in
of the Willamette river. The Ex- a few years to no longer bristle to
press would suggest that t h e protect itself when properly cared
Washington county court invite for.
these people to come into Wash "So the crust of human bitter
ington county. This county is a ness, the thorns which men have
small one and the running expenses retained from a harsh, barbarous
need not be increased by taking life, could be quickly removed if
in a part of Clackamas and the selfi hness and rapacity could be!
change would increase tne reve eliminated.”
nues of Washington considerably. Burbank regards it as a fortu
nate circumstance toward the pro
Many of us have known for a gress
of the race that the wealthy i
long time that automobiles were, idle have
families or only small
in the hands of fools, dangerou» ones. He no says:
contrivances, but a Portland jury "Altruistic, efficient, g e n t l e
has gone the question one better people are nurtured in clean, in-
and classed the gas buggie-- as spiring environment. They spring
"dangerous we a po n s . ” C. A. from the best social soil, which is
Warriner on April 9th ran into about as far removed from the
a woman on the Columbia high world's nob hills as from its pov-1
way. He was charged with "as erty alleys.
sault with a dangerous weapon,” “By good environment I mean
found guilty and sentenced to a enough to eat, first of all; fairly
year in the county ja 1, the court good clothes to satisfy self-respect;1
paroling the prisoner on con • it on sunshine and music; pleasant com
that he Dave booze alone. War- panionship and the training which
riner’s father had been sued by fits a nature for the enjoyment of
the victim of the accident for its task as well as to insure ef
$20,000 and this case was com ficiency.
promised for $2,000.
“There must be cleanliness in-
\\hile the editor of the Express stead of filth; sunshine and air
thinks that in the 1916 years and room to grow. Not conten-
since the birth of Christ some tion and nagging and the choking
better plan than wholesale mur influences of th e slums, with
der should have been devi-ed for coarse living, but coaxing out of
the settlement of international the delicate tendrils of endeavor
dispu es, he is compelled to admit and idealism upon the funda
that it is time to send enoueh mental trunk of mere physical ex
men into Mexico to capture and istence.
hang that bewhiskered old villain, •‘A flower can be coaxed out of
in the Evening
Carranza, and give his ignorant almost any weed,
followers such a drubbing that “When the cactus had to con-
Special Train Service
they will never again step foot tend with hungry beasts and heat
over the border to murder or steal, of the desert, it developed spines
Carranza’s pretended anxiety to and a thick hide.
have the United States capture "Underfed, underpaid, ignorant
and punish Bandit Villa was a and helpless folk, peopling the
selfish act, prompted by a desire deserts of our cities, go thru
to get rid of a dangerous rival, j identically the s a me readjust-
C EL EBRATE
----- TWO DAYS - - -
July 3d and 4th
V ÿ f
ALWAYS BIGGEST AND BEST!
Children’s Parade of Nations, July 3d
Industrial and Automobile Pageant
Ball Games, Races,
Amusements of All Kinds at City Park
Good Pyrotechnic Display