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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1916)
AN IN D E PE N D E N T W EEKLY NEW SPAPER
Vol. 1, No. 80
FOREST GROVE. OREGON, THURSDAY. AUG. 3. 1916
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Fifty-five Forest Grove Knights
Norfolk, Va , Aug. 2 .—The Ger
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
of Pythias went to Portland in mittee of the Woman's club and
the Commercial club. Admission
autos Tuesday to attend the meet- is free and someone will be at the
A1 Sexton is confined to his bed Deutschland passed quietly out of
ing*of (he Oregon grand lodge und room during each day between
by an attack of the grip.
the Virginia capes at 8:30 o'clock
participate in the big Pythian the hours named to explain the
W’ork on the new Christian tonight on her homeward voyage,
parade in honor of the Supreme exhibit. You are invited.
Science church is progressing nice apparently unobserved by the al
lied warship patrol waiting out
grand lodges of the K. of P. and
the hree-mile limit.
A son was born to Mr. and
Pythian Sisterhood, which also
was accompahied to the
held their sessions in Portland
Mcsdames House, Potwin and
capes only by the tug Thomas F.
this week. Practically every state Gibson entertained fifty ladies at
Mrs. J. M . Barber, who suf Timmins, which had convoyed
in the union was represented at a Silver tea at the House home
fered a relapse a few days ago, is her down the bay from Baltimore,
the national gathering and the Monday afternoon.
and by a newspaper dispatch
delegates were taken up the C o
The C . E. Ladies held a social
sisted in the serving
Her departure to sea followed
lumbia highway by boats and
se.-sion at the Christian church an 18-mile dash through the lower
REV. ROSS PUTNAM
I^ast Thursday evening Mrs 1
autos yesterday for a salmon din
the new pastor of the Forest Grove yesterday afternoon.
Chesapeake Bay. After proceed
ner at Bonneville.
Special sale on toilet paper for
¡couples at cards, in honor of Mr j Christian church, who will preach a week at Littler’s Pharmacy; 4 ing slowly most of the way down,
Claude Smith and Oscar Love and Mrs. F. J. Miller, who ex here next Sunday, morning and
she increased her power at 6:30
large 10c rolls for 25c
and reached the capes just after
represented Delphos lodge of this pect to leave soon to make their i evening.
Manager Ralph Oglesby of the dusk. None of the allied cruisers
city in the state meeting, which home in California. The rooms
Seavy hop yards was in town this was visible and she p a s s e d
were artistically decorated in pink
elected the following officers:
morning after spraying materials. through.
Harry G. Wortman, Medford, and white and dainty refresh
Whether she submerged before
Rev. J. M. Barber yesterday
ments of creamed oysters and j
WwhtnirU>n C o u n ty E d itorial A n n o tatio n
grand chancellor; I>-slie E. Crouch, saltine wafers, coffee, cake and
reaching the three-mile limit is
Portland, grand vice chancellor; ice cream were served by Misses
law and Mary Matthies of Cor not known. The two accompany
ing boats only know that she dis
Arthur Hallgarth, Elgin, gran«| Margaret McFeeters, Beth Pot
unharmed, and that to
Miss Ruth Berthold, who is at
prelate; Walter G. Gleeson, Baker, win, B a r b a r a Buchanan and
Francis Ferril, charging his wife,
she had a clear
Mrs. Eastwood’s for a few weeks,
grand keeper of records and seals; Esther Lasham.
Gloria O. Ferril, with applying spent Sunday at her home in field ahead to a point where she
J. W. Maloney, Pendleton, grand , Mrs. Chas. J Bushnell Friday vile and profane names to him, Cornelius.
I could completely submerge i n
master of exchequer; O. E. Effen- afternoon entertained a half-hun making statements derogatory to t On your vacation trip, load safety.
Half an hour after the last light
berger, Nehalem, grand mastcr-at- dred ladies at Herrick Hall at a his professional standing, criticis- j your camera with “ Speedex” films
I Silver t e a . _______
the Deutschland had disap
ing his attire and manner, and and you will get results. Littler’s
prms; Martin White, St. Helens,
the Timmins, seemingly
Mrs. D*roy Mayea Tuesday lastly appropriating the plaintiff’s Pharmacy.
inner guard; E B. Maxwell,
w’ith her work, turned
evening entertained at cards and
Secretary Reder of the Fair As back and headed up Chesapeake
St. Johns, grand outer guard; W. | lunch ten couples of friends in savings, asks for a divorce. The
couple were married at Vancou sociation is in Portland today, so
Bay in the direction of Baltimore.
L. Marks, Albany, grand trustee. honor of her guest, Miss Elsie ver, Wash., April 22, 1915.
liciting prizes from wholesalers
During part of the day the
The 1917 meeting will be held Koob, of Negaunee, Mich. An
Ernest Oates has brought suit and jobbers.
had remained hidden
enjoyable evening was spent by against Lem L. Brown, et ux, to
the members of the company^
gain judgment against defendant was operated on at Hillsboro Fri
for $244.44, due on a note.
Country Publishers at Orenco
day and Mrs. Chas. R. Smith of
Richard A. Nale has filed suit this city yesterday.
The grand conclave (state or
Last Saturday seven members,
for divorce from his spouse, Edda
ganization) c l o s e d its sessions
Mesdames Seymour, Ross and of the Washington County Edi
N’ale, on the grounds of d e -: Russell were hostesses to the torial Association, representing
Saturday, after installing the fol
The Forest Grove Commercial sertion.
Working Society of the Congre six of the eight papers holding
club is paying all expenses for the i S. M. Mann has filed suit to gational church yesterday after membership, gathered at Orenco
Past grand chief, Dr. Nellie S.
for the third quarterly meeting of
“ Origin and Prevention of Fires” , foreclose a mortgage which he noon.
Vernon, of Astoria; grand chief,
1916. The first thing on the pro
lecture and motion pictures at
was an excellent dinner at
the sum of $70V, with interest.
Miss Emma Snyder of Aurora;
visited the Fred Koser family
the Star Theater this evening and, |
Orenco, provided by
Charging that Lena M o o r e near Salem last Saturday, Mr.
grand senior, Mrs. Emma M c
as a consequence, there will be no struck him with a vase and used and Mrs. Templeton and Mr. | the Orenco Commercial club, at
Kinney, of Hillsboro; grand jun
charge for admission.
a club to attack him and his son and Mrs. Koser having been kids which Mayor McDonald, Rev. L.
ior, Mrs. Alice E. Gaily, of Enter
The lecture will be by Jay on two occasions and also alleging together in Pennsylvania a “ few” M . Boozer and several other Oren
prise; grand manager, Mrs. Jen
co citizens welcomed the editors
Stevens, fire marshal of Portland, that she is quarrelsome, fault years ago. John discovered on
nie Hughson, of Corvallis; grand
the return trip that an auto tire to their beautiful little town.
and will be both instructive and
E. E. Brodie, president of the
Herbert B. Moore is asking for a will not last forever.
mistress of records and corres
interesting, motion pictures of divorce. The Moores were mar
State Editorial Associa
pondence, Mrs. Mary R. Hogue,
The Boy Scouts, who are pre
real fires being used to teach the ried at Hudson, Wis., in 1896. paring to start a campaign for tion, and Phil S. Bates, secretary,
of Klamath Falls; grand mistress
best methods of preventing and
Ii. C. Gossman, who was ar new members, met at the home of were present and urged the edi
of finance, Mrs. Edith E. Clark,
rested at North Plains last momh E. J. Shotwell Tuesday evening. tors to attend the meeting of the
of Ranier; grand protector, Mrs
with stealing horses from Their supplies are expected to ar state association, which opens a
The entertainment will start
Julia Bilyen, of Scio; grand guard,
a farmer near Glenco, plead guilty rive from national headquarters three-day session at Medford to
i at 8 o ’clock and last two hours.
to the charge in court and was in the near future and as soon as morrow.
Mrs. Gussie Hull, of Oregon City.
Every property owuier and house- paroled on a fine of $2500, which they arrive, the boys will begin
President McDonald and Vice
The two supreme lodges will
! holder should attend.
President Mitchell of the Oregon
elect officers today.
In the case of the State vs. i Gale Grange will hold no meet Nursery company then took the
Cleared lip Their Debts
Wallace Fowler, Fowler plead ing during the month of Aueust editors, in autos, over the com
Last Sabbath morning the guilty to embezzlement and was owing to the farmers being very pany’s 1,200-acre farm, where a
members of the M . E congrega gentenced from 1 to 10 years in busy with haying and harvesting. great variety of fruit and orna
tion raised the sum of $634.00 in I the penitentiary and paroled on The next meeting. Septemper 2nd, mental trees, bushes and shrubs
So that you won’t forget, mark exactly twenty-four minutes and the piovision that he pay all costs. the lecturer anounces that the are propagated, budded, nursed
The State vs Louis Nielson, in discussion of the initiative bills and packed for shipment to all
it on your calendar that, beginning made it possible to pay off a defi
Nielson was charged with will begin preparatory to the pans of the nation. In this larg
next Thursday, at 9 a. m.. there cit for last year and put the
est nursery in the United States,
assault on the person of Phillip general election in November.
will be a ‘ Child Welfare Exhibit” church funds within the provis Peik, resulted in a verdict of not
if not in the entire world, the edi
tors were shown one field in which
at Verts hair, lower Main street, ions of the budget. As a conse guilty.
were growing five million fruit
to which the general public is in quence of this action, Pastor Dun
trees. The concrete packing and
In the estate of Albert Sloop,
lap will probably be in a mood to
shipping sheds of this concern
The hall will be open from 9 enjoy his month’s vacation, he deceased, Julia Sloop is petition
At a meeting of the directors of cover two acres of ground and
a. m. to 9 p. m. for three days, and Mrs. Dunlap and little son ing for the appointment of herself the Washington County Fair as from 100 to 150 men and boys
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, leaving in their car Tuesday for as administratrix. The value of sociation, held last night, it was are employed the year-around.
the property is placed at $2,000.
and every evening there will be a a camping trip to the Nehalem j
decided to ask every band in *he Two and three printers are kept
musical program and a lecture
county to play six hours at the busy in H. V. Meade’s shop the
bearing on the welfare of the
fair. All bands will have their greater part of the year supply
the past week was to Clilford
expenses paid and the one select ing the Oregon Nursery company
Gray o f Portland a n d Hazel
ed by an outside judge as the best with labels, stationery and adver
Thursday evening Mrs. Inlow
The town sprang into be
will receive a cash prize of $100. tising
will sing and there will be a
ing as the result of the business
It was also decided to give each brought there by the nursery and
For the State Fair
Washington, Aug. 2.— Officials
newspaper in the county $5 and took its name from the abbrevi
Friday evening M i s s Elida
Loynes will render a piano selec of the federal government, includ ing a Washington county exhibit two season tickets in exchange for ated form of spelling the com
tion, after which Miss Doane, a ing President Wilson, are much
pany’s name—Ore. N Co.
field worker for the Girls’ In concerned about the controversy i for the state fair, wants some
It was agreed that the tent con-1 After their more than pleasant
dustrial Scoool, will give a lecture. j between the 225 railway systems extra fine grains and vegetables! taining the agricultural, fine art-*
tour of the nursery grounds, the
Saturday evening Miss Edith and their 400,000 employes. The to add to his collection. If farm -1 and juvenile exhibits should re newspaper boys held a short busi
Crafi will favor the audience with president has instructed the de- j ers will bring the exhibits to Mr. main open and lighted every even-1 ness meeting, transacted a little
violin music, to be followed by a partment of labor to prevent a Graham’s office, he will sort, pack ing until 9 o’clock.
business, passed resolutions thank
and ship them. He must have
the Commercial club, the offi
strike, if possibie.
these exhibits not later than Sept.
Some of these lectures will be
of the nursery company and
The votes cast for and against 10th and as much earlier as pos
London, Aug. 3.— Roger Case
illustrated by stereoptican slides a strike will be counted by M on
Meade for courtesies ex
ment, recently convicted of trea tended and then adjourned until
and all of them will be interesting. day night, it is believed.
The members of the Arthur C. son in connection with the Irish the last Saturday in October, the
The exhibit is furnished by the
Get your violin strings at the Jones family are enjoying an out revolt, was hanged at 9 o ’clock executive committee to select the
State Welfare Commission, co-op
ing at St. Helens.
erating with the edueationall com- Book Store— the best.
The County Seat
Free Show Tonight
at Star Theater
The Welfare Exhibit
Here Next Week
Plenty of Music
for County Fair
Uncle Sam Would
Prevent Rail Strike