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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1916)
the day when we had to restrict
in order to
l'ublÎHhtxJ every ThurinUy at Forent Grove, Oregon.
and unfair and illegal.” To what
W, C. Henfer, Alitor and 1‘ubliither.
day does he refer? When did we
Future«! an «erond-clmm matter Jan. 12, 1916, at the poatofllc« at Foreat Grove, restrict the LEGITIMATE in
Oregon, under the Act of March 1879
order to restrain the illigitimate ?
And what has he ever done to
THURSDAY SKIT 28. 1910
protect the public from monopo
listic practices? T he language
NOTES AND COM M ENTS
he uses discloses his point of view.
He looks at questions from the
A MODERN VAMIHUE
of the trust magnate,
A fool there wan
not from the standpoint of the
And he made miHtakee,
(Even a« you and I).
Democrats Waking Up
Carl Curtis, who is employed
in Portland, spent Sunday here The democratic county central
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. committee met at Hillsboro Fri
W K. Curtis.
day afternoon, with a good at
Egbert Bishop left for Wor tendance of enthusiastic demo
cester, Massachusetts, Saturday crats. Chairman Wall reported
night, after having spent a week that Senator Chamberlain would
with his parents in Forest Grove probably visit Washington county
In company with Paul Kleppin on a speaking tour in the near
of Portland, Walter Roswurm and future and every member of the
William Hartrampf S a t u r d a y committee asked for a date in his
motored to McCoy, Polk county. precinct. Reports from over the
indicated that president
Dr. Pollock, dentist, has re county
Wilson has 20 per cent more sup
turned from his vacation and has porters
resumed his practice. Office over years ago. here than he had four
When you and I blunder,
N O T E S A N D P E R S O N A L S Forest Grove National Ba n k .
We pay, by thunder,
Langley of this city was
36. one Miss
(Or go to jail or die).
attending the meet
Study German with Miss Pen field.
The fool once ran a county fair;
Hancock & Wiles carry Life, student and resident of Forest
A lot of kida and fakera there,
& Fire Insurance.
1-tf Grove, who is now living in Port
Farmers were scarce,
Introductory Spanish Course, 10 les land, spent Thursday here taking
As thé teeth of a hen;
Just a few came
in the fair.
To discuss times when
Rev. Putnam of the Christian Milton A. Miller, a well-known
It’s best to cut fodder,
wearing a pleased ex Portland democrat, internal reve
Others to see
Money to loan—Valley Realty pression is since
The wonderful Twin
of Mr.-^ nue collector for Oregon, has been
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf Putnam and the the arrival
Of dogwood head
The secured by the officers of the
And wagging chin.
Woodrow Wilson League to ad
In view of the fact that Candi Said the Twin in a voice
in the Williams property, on First dress a meeting at Verts’ Hall
deep and gruff
date Hughes desire» to see all the Both
next Monday evening, Oct. 2, at
law« paaned by the late congress The the B. S. stuff."
Young man wanted to work at You may
entrust to us your o'clock. Let a 11 democratic
repealed, Mr. Hawley, candidate So exciting the stunts
VanKoughnet & Reder’s d r u g prescription, no
what doc voters, of both sexes, attend and
for congress, should go a little At the so-called fair
It tor writes it, with matter
full assur let each try to bring a friend who
slow ubout endorsing, even in One
ance that it will be carefully and is not yet a democrat.
Swallowed his hair;
part, the rural credits bill.
Another shouted in silly glee
compounded with the Language Courses to Open Next
and chemicals at the
If Mr. Hughes happens to be As a cemeteree.’’
lowest price. L i 111 e r ’ s
elected—a very remote possibility The patrons paid
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours very
Miss Penfield announces that
P h a r m a c y .1
—and keeps his promise not to re An awful price,
will open beginning courses in
Not knowing that Joe
Chas. D. Staley, the local dairy German
move “experienced officials," it Carried
and in Spanish next
has shown the editor of the Tuesday evening
will be a great boon to the demo No investment
fire, theft and collision. Hancock man,
Express the report of the dairy 7:15 for Spanish, at 8:15
cratic postmasters. They will all And his pal, the Scribe,
food commissioner, which man. Everyone interested
l>e "experienced” by March 4, Helped garner the coin
places Mr. Staley’s dairy at the vited to attend this first evening,
1917. Hut he may feel it his Like one of the tribe.
fair is in bad
head of local dairies for cleanli free of charge. In Portland Span
duty to take care of "deserving" The
ness, with a standing of 76 6 per ish is taught in both day and
republicans —The Commoner.
Since ths pens were moved
For Sale—Young hickory-nut cent.
the village green.
After spending much time in To
trees. Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130 I now have the agency for evening High schools. Two years
practice and making sacrifices to Amusements
North "A” street.
38 nursery stock from the Orenco ago there were 80 Spanish pupils
keep together, the members of Yawns as lengthy
Wanted—S eco n d -h an d me Nursery one of the best in the in the evening High. Last year
the Forest Grove band had the As Hurley's bill.
chanical drawing sets, if in good land; also the Russelville nursery there were 500. Our growing
with South America neces
questionable pleasure last week of To the Scribe he said;
condition. The Book Store.
¡of Portland. All kinds of trees, trade
“Now fill my coffers;
the S p a n i s h correspon
seeing a band from Cornelius hirer! To
for which our wide awake
for the fair, while they (the local
fancier, sent three dozen birds to price right. J. F. Haynie, Forest dence,
make no offers.
men are preparing. As
boys) were given their choice of You'll
My Twin and I
one of our long resi
playing one day for nothing or Abhor competition;
dent Grove business men said re
not playing at all. True, they
used less than one day, goes for have the Forest Grove Express cently
go to perdition."
that every firm in the
were told they could run the Or
profit by having its
dance on the fair grounds on a Poor Reder did bow—
able to speak even just a
percentage basis, but if they have To please Puffedap
the pen and always flow free. year for $1.50. This offer means clerks
Such a popular
a dollar left after paying expenses And avoid a row.
For sale at the Book Store.
they will be lucky. Was this some The printing jobs.
Miss Ada Taylor, who is teach S. A. Walker, S. G. Morgan, A. Next Tuesday evening is the
more of Hurley and Reder’s fine Ordered
in the Castle Rock high school, L. Sexton and J. F. McGill of time to talk it over.
In expensive gobs.
spent Sunday with her parents this city and J. J. Parker of Port
state may pay.
Job printing—phone 821.
When Mr. Hughes hangs his The
head in shame he perhaps is So learn one lesson
Banks and assisted the Odd Fel Howard Weber and bride of
ond-hand school books to the lows
thinking of the occasion when As this Rigmarole ends—
of that town in conferring Ridgefield, Wash., departed Tues
j Book Store. We are in the book
President Taft sent a message to If you would thrive
the initiatory degree on several day afternoon for home, after
the governor of Arizona in re And
Leon Sills has moved to town members. The boys from this spending a part of their honey
Next year manage
sponse to the latter’s request for Your
the winter and is located in city report a very enjoyable ev moon with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
protection against Mexican at
the Jack Wright property in the ening and some of them will go Perry in this city, the groom be-
tacks. Said the republican presi
next Saturday, at which time the j ing a brother to Mrs. Perry. Mr.
part of town.
dent: "I must ask you and the Hurley wouldn’t consent and, northern
Have a good gray horse, aged 9 grand conductor will visit the and Mrs. Weber were married in
local authorities, in case the same rather than look Hurley in the years,
Washington Sept. 20th.
1125, for sale cheap Banks lodge.
danger occurs, to d i r e c t the face and tell him* to go to h----- , or trade weight
for fresh cow. Joe Fair
people of Douglas to place them Reder did what he claims he did childs, phone 392.
selves where bullets cannot reach not
to do and knuckled Jesse F. Colvin of Nampa, Ida-
them, and thus avoid casualty!” to the want
boss of the fair Thus who is visiting relatives in this
Thus while the democratic method Reder has
on record as be city. He preached at the Metho
is to call the National Guard to ing too much gone
coward to do what dist church Sunday evening.
colors, the republican method ap he knows is a right.
Aside from J. J. Parker, a former resident
pears to be to order the citizens these two, the directors
of the here, but now of Portland, visited
to crawl into their cellars.
fair have treated the Express with the McGills and other Forest
on any promise we make to deliver work on
The recent fair gave the major courtesy and the only criticism Grove friends over Sunday.
a given date. The Express has one of the
Twin an opportunity to again
Mr and Mrs. W. F. Johnson
best equipped little printing plants in the
show his determination to hog all other directors is that they should went to H'llsboro Sunday evening
the printing in the city. As not have allowed two men to run and heard Rev. Myers of the M.
Willamette valley, having added several
president of the fair association,
hundred dollars’ worth of material to the
E. church deliver his farewell ser
he appointed himself and Ross OPPOSED TO
Williams plant for
W. Reder a committee on print
ing for that organization. And In his speech at Los Angeles can candidate for county com
then, in the face of the fact that Mr. Hughes revealed his real self missioner, was at the fair Friday,
purposes and more good material is on the
the Express had given much space for a moment. He assured his with his friend, L. S. Bierly of
way. The management would very much
to boosting the fair and had do audience that "We can protect | Kinton.
it if those in need of stationery,
nated goods to the value of $5 50, ourselves against every kind of F. E. McBride, democratic can
office blanks, or any other kind of printing
to be given as a special prize, this monopolistic practice w i t h o u t didate for county clerk, was in
would call at the office for samples and
Twin Czar forbid Secretary Reder meddling." Yes it is "meddling" the city Saturday from Dilley
If you’re too busy to come to the
giving any job printing to the Ex to which he objects. That is one and left a nice job of campaign
office use the phone and a representative
press. At least three directors of the words most frequently em printing with the Express.
will call on you.
suggested to Reder that he divide ployed by the trust magnates. Mrs. E. H. Heitzhausen and
the printing as nearly equal as All restraining l e g i s l a t i o n is Mrs. J. P. Vosper of Portland,
possible between the Express and regarded by them as "meddling." former residents of Forest Grove,
the Twin office and Reder prom And again he says. "I would have came up to the fair Thursday and
ised the writer to do this. But it understood that we have passed visited former neighbors.
®1?* Jinrcat (ßrmie lExprpHH what was legitimate
We’D Make Good
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