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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1916)
âlip Jiitrpat (émue ^Express
Publish««! every Thursday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Editor and Publisher.
It’s up to you, mothers of Oregon,
whether you go on record for
blessed peace or for bloody war.
Entered as second-class matter Jan. 12, 191«}. at tue post
Oregon, under the Act o f March 3, 1879
PASTE THIS I P!
Mr. Wilson has thrown the
THURSDAY. OCT. »
Hughes party into fits by inti
mating that a victory for them
NOTES AND C O M M E N T S
would mean war with Mexicy and
European powers, says the Port
gress from this district, has taken
land N’t ws
his stand for prohibition and for
Mr. Wilson is perfectly justified
that reason, if for no other, should
in drawing such conclusion, for
receive the support of every be
liever In the p inciple of prohibi
Neither Mr. Hughes nor one of
tion, regardless of party affilia
his backers tells how j>eace would
tion. The editor of the Express
be preserved by any other policy
has so far failed to learn where
than that maintained by Wilson,
Mr. Hawley, the other candidate.
which has succeeded in preserving
stands on this question. Some of!
his friends claim he is a prohibi -1 I peace. Indeed, m
‘ * * H * u «* g * h '«-«
.. |chief aide, Roosevelt, rageth with
tionist, while others d e n y it. L.
I the war spirit.
Weatherford is outspoken in his
Secondly, every interest in this
feelings and you know where to
| country that would make huge
find him, after his ehction. Can
profit from war is for Hughes.
Mr. Hawley’s supporters say as
Thirdly, a victory for Hughes
much for him?
j would be taken by Germany as
The way to get national prohi
repudiation of Wilson for putting
bition is to send prohibitionists to
congress. Weatherford is a pro as much about managing the^ d o w n t h e submarine crusade
hibitionist. He is also a mighty affairs of the U. S. as he pretends, against ships of peace, and such people and as he took the side of
Washington County Transfers
it’s too bad he didn’t possess that crusades would be resum«*d with the railroad managers against the
The following real estate trans
knowledge when he w*as presi- tenfold horror», and, to stop them, employees on i he eight hour day
fers were recorded with the regis
W ith three railroad presidents den^ it might have aided him w e would have to have war with law, so he announces that he
ter of deeds at Hillsboro during
supporting W ii-on and Mar>hall, ¡n preventing the most serious Germany
and. consequently, a would take the side of speculators
the past week:
it doesn t look as though W ilson’s financja | panjc the country has condition in this country fright
Wm. D. Van Antwerp et al* to Jul-
in foreign lands as against the
way of averting a strike was much seen in forty years
Do you p e o -' ful beyond the power of imagi- peopla at home, even to the use iuN Kopplin lot« 4 and 5, blk 7, South
of a crime again>t the railroads. p|e who had money in the bank nation. And it is highly probable of armed force. Well, this ought Park add to Foreat Grove, $10.
A. O. Sherman et al to F. Daven
what a time that war with Germany would to give him the votes of the sp*c-
The Express hears of a fruit-!
port. 20 aerea sec 15, 1 S 4, $10.
you had getting part of it out to lead to immediate war with M ex ulators. hut it ought to lose him
Pearl E. H t f a w «-t v tf t<> w . r .
grower on Davio’s Hill who is
buy groceries? When one sees a ico. Once in war, the admini the votes of those who would Arthur et ux, part o f blk 13, Foreat
betting money on Wilson, but is
man like T e d d y galavanting stration would not hesitate to have to bear the burden.
going to vote for Hughes. He
M. Eetitia Simon et vir to Minnie E.
around the country telling how surrender t o t h e dollar-drunk
W. J BRYAN.
doesn’t mind losing his vote, but
17.50 arrea in C. D. Wilcox
President Wilson has failed, it is American element that demands
he’s taking a sure thing on his
D E C No. 59. 1 N 2, $10.
enough to make a wooden Indian intervention in Mexico for the
The Wilson administration is
A. C. Schute et ux to John Parsons,
money. __ __ _____ ____
protection of loot in Mexico.
not only against war, but it. is 37.03 acres in John Harris D I, C, secs
If you want to win fame and
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| Let no American mother, or willing to pay, so far as money 4. 5, 6. 8, 9. 1 N 8. $2000.
The Express has been criticised father, or youth of soldier age be
fortune, invent a substitute for
Delia M. Hall et vir to Clarence E.
can pay, for past wars The last
leather. The way the price of for supporting Wilson when it fooled ; \ Hughes victory in congress raised widows’ pensions Carnahan, lot 15, blk 1, Curtin add to
that useful commodity is climb claims to bean independent news November means war. Instead from $12 to $20 per month. This forest Grove, $250.
ing up the toboggan, we’ll either paper. It is because the Express of happy families, family funerals.! applies to women who were mar
The Western Walnut associa
have to find a substitute or go is independent of all party organi In-tead of full dinner pails, full ried to soldiers in the Mexican tion will hold a meeting at North
zations that it is able to support coffins. Instead of an America
barefooted before long.
Yakima, W’ash , Nov. 1 , 2 and 3
Wilson. The editor of the Ex as anchor of civilization, an Amer- and Civil wars prior to and at and Secretary Meade has notified
If you dance, you should buy a press was not a democrat four ¡ea ma(j wjth the blood lust that the time of the war and those the public that if fifty or more at
ticket to the dance given by the years ago, but because he is SUP‘ is burning c h u r c h e s , homes , 1 who are over 70 years of age ami tend, a railroad rate of one and a
band boys next Saturday night. porting a democratic president gchoolhouses, starving o r out- married soldiers after the war. third fares for the round trip can
We can’t expect to have a band and vice president, he is this fall ragjnK women and children, pol- Marriage since the death of the he had. I'ay full fare to North
unless we support it. The band registered as a democrat. And |utjng the minds and hearts of soldier-husband
Yakima and take agent’s receipt
hasn’t been treated very well this he is supporting the democratic men over almost all the rest of
for same and this receipt and one-
year, especially during the fair.
national ticket because he thinks tbe worjd
A great many people claim third fare gets you a ticket to
Wilson has earned the support of
Mr Hughes and hU backers that political speeches do not in return home.
J. W. Dawson, one of the re every independent voter by his
publican presidential electors from wisdom in maintaining peace and will not tell us what they will do. fluence people in voting, hut O. M. ■ W’ hile sawing wood on t h e
West Virginia, has asked that his prosperity when half the civilized We know what Woodrow Wilson Sanford says that Monday three B«*al place last Thursday, Joe
name be left off the ticket, as he world is bankrupt and at war will do by what he has done dur men who h a v e been wearing Boyd of Dilley cut one of his
Hughes buttons came to him for
is going to support Wilson and The independent newspaper is the ing the last four years
hands quite severely. It is not
Wilson pictures, saying t h e y
Dawson is a coal op- only one which dares do what
believed he will lose any of his
wanted to put them i n their
erator and heavy employer of la- owner thinks best for the
¡e orphans, was’ age
fingers, but some of the joints
Wilson— Peace and prosperity.! windows. Did Senator Chamber-
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may lx* stiffened.
It is an issue plainly made by lain cause this change, or was it
If the women of Washington
the Hughes party and m a d e t h e reading o f Mr. Hughes’
The editor of the Express will
county believe in woman’s suff European war, E n g l i s h and plainer every time one of that; speeches that caused these men to pay cash for about six cords of
rage, they should show it by elect F r e n c h capitalists i n v e s t e d party opens his mouth to advise; change politics ?
oak wood. Who has it?
ing Miss Manche Langley to the heavily in American bonds and the voter. Put this on the door
state legislature. She is much mortgages, When the war broke; of yonr home, the door of you r.
more competent than some of the out, they dumped these secur store, the door of your factory:
men running against her. How ities back a n d took American
Hughes— War, Wr i d o w s and
gold; then they began «lumping
about it, ladies?
back the gold in exchange for
Wilson — Peace, Prosperity.
The Express editor doesn’ t foods and war supplier Under
“ Honest Bob”
know whether Judge Reasoner
should be recalled or not. If half
the things his opponents charge
against him are true, he isn’ t fit
for the office; but if you take the
word of his friends, he is compe-
tent and should not be recalled,
Take your choice.
the wise leadership of Woodrow
Wilson, America now has the
securities and t h e gold. Had
W ilson allowed this country to
become involved in the war—and
he is severely criticised for Dot
declaring war on Germany when
the Lusitania was sunk— Amer
ica would have been poorer by
On page five of this issue a ;- miHjons than when the war start-
the e school
senool budget to be ^
Andi what ■„ m„ re
acted on N ov. 18th. Study the aWe 8li|, thousands
LOCATED AT LAST
Mr. Hughes has been located
at last. He states his position
when he repudiates the doctrine
of the administration, as stated
by Dr. Eliot, namely, “ No inter
vention by force of arms to pro
tect o n foreign soil American
commercial and manufacturing
adventurers, who, of their own
free will, have invested their mon
ey or risked their lives in foreign
»anything bodied men would have perished parts under alien jurisdiction
nf thl dir r to r a l-r o ’ K
nvir nr I A P a r b r - n r tn n ' J
FarleO Huxtt n
These are 'L l
nr ful and er nservative men and
careful an c n
and hundreds of
thousands would have been taken
shops, mills and farms
of America to face needless hard-
ships and possib|e death. Vote
In denouncing this doctrine Mr.
Hughes commits himself to the
opposite doctrine that justifies
wars for the extension of trade,
As he took the side of the rail-
^v'naver ^ h e a r t w ilu J ^ L d T
taxpayers a he , wi
g * to
receive suggestions or explain eir
posi ions.—^------ -------------
Mark Weatherford, democratic
and prohibitiop candidate for con-
for Hu« hes if you wish, but re- roads against the patrons when he
member when you do so that he vetoed the two-cent fare bill in
and h j s mouthpieces (notably New York; as he took the side of
I eddy) are criticising Wilson for the tax dodgers on the income
his policy of “ watchful waiting.’ ’ tax; as he has taken the side of
" atchful waiting has resulted in j the shipping trust against the
J. E. REEVES
Ballot No. 72