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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1916)
NOTES AND PERSONALS
H. II. Bernard had buHine«« in
I'or (land Saturday.
Red Raspberries for sale. Mrs.
J. K. Rogue, phone 0145.
The Express prints butter wrap
pers with non-poisonoua ink.
SIGNS OF PROSPERITY
Money to loan Valley Realty
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
Salem, J u l y 3.~In reconstructing
penitentiary buildings, all O r e g o n
building material will be used.
Cliernawa.-Government Indian School
! will expend 112,600 on enlarging audi-
torium, 96,000 on new Hewers and $12,-
; 000 on new building.
Mafshfield--flve-hundred sawmill men
Bay owing to longshore-
We will insure your auto against
fire, theft and collision Hancock
Hancock & Wiles carry Life,
Accident & Fire Insurance.
I* rank Olmsted Wont_ I hursday
John Thornburg is revelling in to Gan b y , where he is visiting
the luxury of a new eight-cylinder Donald Misz.
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
Florence-Survey reports Siuslaw bar
Mr. and Mrs. M. T . Bates of to loan on farms.
1-tf \ Mh,’w" “
°J w<aUsr V *°Y
Martthfleul — hx jx-nmerita conducted
Coston were shopping in this city
Found I mbrella, which can here show black Hand rich ih platinum
he recovered at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. Orval Hutchins
and little daughter are spending
the week at Tillamook.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Walker
fi.ient Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Hurley LaMont, west of town.
We’ll Save You Money
on anything in the line of
Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions
Ladies' and Gents’ Underwear
at half price ; Children's regular
25c hose, 2 pair for 25c.
F. A. MOORE
tract in sec 30, 2 N 4, $450.
John M 'Wall et al to Philip Ziegler,
l(k> acrys s pc pi, 3 N 5, $10.
We will insure your auto against' Goquille--Sixty-seven and two-tenths
J F ^Sewt-11 et al to S C Spencer, lot
, pounds or butter fat is record for one
42, Spring Hill Farm, $451.50.
fire, theft and collision. Hancock cow in month o f May.
I & Wiles.
Going Homs to Mother.
Baker--Mu<tdy Creek District voted
Just what Is meant by going borne to.
M r«. Choadle returned Satur $15,000 to build new Hchool at once.
Cresswell--Jury found for defendant one’s mother. In Its larger sense. Is
day night from a f l « days'
P. company in damage suit for train perhaps a Utile difficult to define.* Yet,
with her brother in Varley.
surely. It must be a very universal ex
killing children where rnan deliberately
perience. Have we not all at some
fo r the b est results load your .,lrove on tritck
Mr. and Mrs. F.mil Carlson,
who have resided here the past camera with
wilh the Speedex Film,
eight months, moved to Portland sold by Littler’s Pharmacy.
The Express is prepared to meet
L. T. Sills of Thatcher was in the prices of traveling calendar
town Monday, wearing one of salesmen in lots of 100 or more.
those ear-to-ear smiles, occasioned
"H appy” Morgan and Glint
by the recent rains
McGill are now employed by lie
Springfield—S. P. company puts on
so c ia l train to handle increased log
output from Mohawk Valley.
Eugene—Careful survey of flax crop
by State University shows profit of
$36.50 per acre.
E u g e n e company to manufacture
hand-made sport and outing shoes for
men and women.
Koseburg Brewing & Ice Co., reorga
nize to p|>erate soft drink and cold
St. Helens—John Phillips has contract
get out 100>ooo paving blocks
time- often following u period o f con
fusion und stress of circumstances—
suddenly experienced that deep sense
of finding ourselves where we belong
ed? A sense o f restfulness. of bome-
eooilng. of general rightness and well
doing? It Is a sloughing off o f the non-
essential and the trivial and a shifting
of the spirit Into deeper and simpler
channels: a pause, when in the midst
of all this mad dance of time and cir
cumstances one gets a sudden, enlarg
ing glimpse of truth and of eternity.—
Comer Third St. and Pacific Ave
Phone II x
Go to McFarlane Bros, for
your silo staves, 2x6x32, all ready
to put up, at 60c each.
M c F a r l a n e B r o s .,
Free Methodist Church
Sabbath school 10 a. m., preach
ing 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening at
8 p. m. All are welcomed.
J. N. W O O D , Pastor.
Otto Parsons, living a short dis
tance this side of Gales City, is
having some extensive improve
ments made to his residence prop
Howard McGill, who is work Southern Pacific in construction
ing on railroad construction work work near Corvallis.
near Seaside, visited his parents j Mr. Schmitke is visiting in
Astoria with his son, Prof. Schmit-
in this city over Sunday.
SUM M ONS
ke, who was formerly an instructor j
Why It Burns.
M. Peterson suffered a slight in
I n ivp ru H v
In Justice Court for Forest Grove
Milton s new Carnegie Library to coat
There Hre a numlier <»f chemical sub
stroke of paralysis last week. He j
Justice of the Peace and Constable
stances which when applied to the skin
Walter Baldwin $9,500—work started.
District, Wasmngton County, Oregon.
is now able to be around, but still
Astoria Flouring Mills company will will cause u burning «enstition. and
have a brick-laying contract at
W . F. Hartrampf, Plaintiff
feels some effects from it.
build warehouse 80 by 120.
St. Jones that will keep them
tongue and other sensitive part« of the
Marshfield--Reported 85 lbs. black
M r. and Mrs. C. V. B. Russell busy several weeks.
body u* an Irritant
It causes the E. D. Rounds, Defendant
sand produced $17 platinum and $2.70
Mood vessels to swell and discharge To E. D. Rounds, Defendant:
took dinner on the Fourth with
Mr. and Mrs. William Weitzel gold.
IN T H E N A M E O F T H E S T A T E OF
some of their contents I f It Is left on
their son-in-law and daughter, and daughter, Elizabeth, sport
Donald co-operative cheese factory the skin long enough It will blister OR EG O N. You are hereby required to
Mr. and Mrs. II C. Atwell.
That Is what happens when a mustard appear before the undersigned, W . J.
Tuesday in Portland, returning increasing output.
R. Beaph, a Justice o f the Peace in
Gresham's main street to be paved plaster Is applied. Under the mustard and for the District, County and State
Frank and Jean Smith left. home Wednesday morning
plaster we find a red patch produced aforesaid and answer the complaint of
Mrs. Elizabeth Bowers and lit-
Monday for Portland, where they
, m. ,,
, , Roseburg—Contract let for construc by the swelling o f blood vessels. This plaintiff on , or before six weeks from
causes pressure en the nerves that pro and after the date of the first publica
have jobs on passenger boats t s son. rhomw, of rfllamoo^,; tion of an amuBement pnrk
tion of this summons; the date of the
spent Friday afternoon with the j Silver t Lake-Railroad to Klamath duces the sensation we call burning.
running to Astoria and Frisco.
first publication of this summons being
, Falls being surveyed.
May 25, 1916.
For Sale— $45 Rambler bicycle, j Misses Jessie and Vesta Greer.
Wills In Argentina.
I f you fail to answer or appear, for
in fine condition, almost new, i
father must leave his children four- want thereof the plaintiff will take
cheap if taken at once. Apply in
Marshficdd—Menasha Wooden W are fifths o f bis fortune and a husband If . judgment against you for the sum of
has been spending a few days
$106.JO, together with interest thereon
morning at Watkins’ Bicycle Shop.
company of Chicago interested in plant be has no children has to leave all of from May 3d, 1915, at the rate of 8
with Mr. Li tiler’s mother and
his proi>erty to his wife. An unmar per cent to date and for $25.00 attor-
George Ortman and wife of sisler.
Roseburg—Agreement r e a c h e d be ried son Is compelled to leave his par ' ney fees on his first cause o f action,
Dallas spent the Fourth with the
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Richards! tween city and Pittsburg holders o f ents two-thirds o f his proi*erty, and and judgment against you in the sum
former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. and little son, and Mrs. Harriet large timberland on North Umpqua. only unmarried iiersous without par of $48.00 and interest thereon at 6 pier
Chambers of Portland s; ent Tues Under terms o f agreement, Kendall euts or descendants can make wills cent from October 1st, 1915, to date,
B. Ortman, north of the city.
on his second cause of action; and
day with M r s . Marsilliot and Brothers will lease the railroad for a disposing o f their possessions as they judgment against you for the sum of
Howard Jones went Friday to Mrs. Richards.
' $8.53 on his third cause of action, and
term o f 30 years. Sawmill will be
Breakers, where he will work in :
! for his costs and disbursements in this
Mrs M. A. Rice, who has been erected as soon as actual work is begun |
An Effective Way.
the Breakers Hotel, where H o i-!
spending two weeks with her niece', on railroad. Mill will have capacity of
“ They say.” said the young drama
This summons is served upon you by
man Ferrin, of this city, is man
list, “ that I shall have to cut my play publication by order of W . J. R. Beach,
Mrs. Cheadie, in this city, re- | ¿50,000 feet of finished lumber daily,
turned last week to her hom in ( Willow Creek—Community Irrigation down, but I really don’t know where to a Justice of the Peace in and for For
est Grove Justice of the Peace and
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McFarlane Sunvale, Wash.
| district of $10,000 organized.
“ Why not start at both ends.’’ his Constable District, Washington County,
and family, who are spending the | Ix*ster Jones walked home from
Grants Pass—'Takima smelter n o t 1 candid friend asked, “ and work toward Oregon, which order was made and
rendered at Forest Grove, Oregon, the
summer near their sawmill at Tillamook Saturday» s t a r t i n g used since 1908 to be put in commission. ! the middle?”
day of May, 1916, and which said
Manning, spent several days the there at about four in the morn
1 order prescribes the publication of this
All He Gets.
ed by S. F. lumber company.
first of the week at their home in
The Boss—Ain’t It enough that I save summons for six weeks from and after
Joseph—McCully Mercantile company
the date of the first publication thereof.
life? The Bookkeeper—What do
to erect concrete store building.
W . J. R. B each .
Oregon City—Several new s c h o o l you mean—8ave my life? The Boss—
The Frugal Breton.
(¡o ff Brothers are offering some
of the Peace.
I f I gave you the raise you're asking
"A s I watched the fishermen unload houses to go up costing $15,000.
bargains in rilles and shotguns
for you'd drop dead.—New York Glotie. J. N . Hoffman, Attorney for plaintiff.
ing their cargoes I had a striking illus- | Portland has $500,000 street improve
and ammunition for same (bought' trillion of Breton frugality.” writes j
ments under way.
before the advance in prices); Herbert Adams Gibbons In nn article i Astoria dairymen have advanced the
See their announcement on page i on "Th e Sardine Industry o f Brittany." price of milk and cream.
In Harper’s Magazine. “ So many sar
Salem—Mile of paving to go down on
dines come Into the |>ort o f Dounrne-
South Commercial street.
Burt (¡rove visited at his home
the sand lu mounds, washed up by the ; Paisley—Bond election carries three
near Soda S p rin g s from Saturday tides. Home o f I he tioats have their
to one for $30,000 high school.
night u n t i l Wednesday. H i s 1 docks covered several Indies deep with j
Pilot Rock—Two-hundred thousand
sister, Mabel Smith, of Walville. the catch. But the fishermen actually 1 |bs wool sold here
at 21 1-4 to 31 1-2
Washington, accompanied him re count every sardine und send them ^
ashore In baskets o f exactly litH> each i D___,__ _____
turning to Walville Wednesday.
“There Is no guesswork, uo approxl
mat Ion by weighing. Since at low tide
the boats are fifteen foot below the
mole, the |H»rters let down rojios to fish
ertnen In the boats. The baskets are
drawn up one at a time. If a single
fish happens to fall overboard they go
after It with a hand net and make real
ly strenuous efforts to recover It. These
Mr. and Mrs. Frisby, living on are fishermen to whom the admonition
the Greenville r o a d , invited a to gather up the fragments would not
huve been necessary."
Mrs. M. E. Griffith of Menlo,
Wash , visited from Saturday to
Monday with friends in this city.
Before returning home she will
visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Jones, in Vancouver, Wash.
Roseburg may get a large fruit pack
Washington County Transfers
The following real estate trans
| fers were recorded with the regis
ter of deeds at Hillsboro during
the past week:
Before you place your order for
1917 Calendars, see our line of
sam ples; we may save you some
The Forest Grove Express
Alexander Kehrli et al to E I Kuratli,
48.9 aeres sec 35, 1 N 2. $10.
large number of guests to a picnic
John A Johnson et ux to James Cox,
10 acres in D L C of James H Mc-
in their beautiful grove Tuesday.;
The Four Great Sauces.
A bountiful dinner was spread j A French epicure lias declared that Millen and w f D L C sec 13, 1 S 2, $10.
’man has created the culinary art; he
Mary M Marsh et vir to W R Ives,
and the guests all enjoyed the does not feed like nn animal—he break
tract in Forest Grove, $15.
fnsts. dines and sups.”
Alonzo R Leabo et ux to W R Ives,
The French are particularly eloquent
W. J. R. Beach, who has taken on the subject o f sauces. Among their E 1-2 of lot 3, blk 5, Forest Grove. $10. i
Frank J Miller et ux to Chas. A |
it upon himself to see that Old famous chefs are recognized four great
lots 13. 14, 16, 16, blk 8, South |
Glory is given more consideration sauces, Hpnnlsh. velouto. bechamel
and German. The Spanish and ve- Park add to Forest Grove, also lots 1
in this city, has secured from the louie were known ns far baek ns the and 2, blk 3, Knob Hill add to Forest
trustees of t h e Congregational seventeenth century. In the eighteenth Grove. $11,400.
William D VanAntwerp et ux to A
church permission for the (¡rand they were modified by the masters of
cookery, (inrtlculnrly by Careme, who Logan et ux, 2.255 acres in Harvey !
Army post to put up and main was called “ the Raphael of the
Clarke I) L C, sec 5, 1 S 3, $10.
tain a flag pole on the church lot kitchen.”
John Stribich et ux to Carl Stribich
The Hpnnlsh sauce Is coni|>oacd o f ,
in this city. M r. Beach is n ow ( Juices extracted from a mixture of i
^<>res* Grove, $10.
John Jamison et ux to Wm E Marr,
negotiating for a pole 100 feet ham. veal, chicken and pheasant Ve-
long and expects to have it sup- j Unite Is slmllnr, but la not colored. 70 acres in sec 2, 1 N 4 and sec 3, 1 N
Bechamel Is veloute to which cream 4, $1700.
porting Old Glory by next spring, has been added, and the German sauce
Nora E Wilhelmson et ux to Allen R
if not sooner. Next June, when Is veloute plus the yolks o f eggs.
Wallace et ux, part of lot 3, blk 27,
the G. A. R. encampment is held
$ 100 .
Job printing— phone 821.
B F Friday et al to Pearl Seelye,
here, the pole will be dedicated.
Hax)e a Heart
D o n ’t spend your m oney out of town.
H o m e merchants are ready to
your every want.
The real town booster is the man who never spends
a cent out of town.
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