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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1916)
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I’ulilish«*«! cv«iry Thursday ut Forent Grove, Oregon.
W. C. H unier, K<lii<>r anil l ‘uhlmh«*r.
Kiitured hm Hurond-cluss mutier Jan. 12, Hilft, ut the isjatofllce at Forent Grove,
Oregon, under the A et of March 3, 1H79
New J/ondon, Conn., Nov. 1.— J
Safe from Atlantic peri's after
TH U RSD A Y , NOV. 2. 191«
buffeting in rough October gales,
the German s u b s e a freighter
N O T K S A N I) C O M M K N T S
Deutschland docked here early
j today on her second American
Twenty-one days out from Bre
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men, she hummed through the
Will you tell me how It
I was on Council ( ’rent viewing the war on.
I/jng Island sound outer harbor
line I uii O hcuiio . H ow
the iuh I im I?" A allude Hoemed to puss over
her bright face, hut »lie noon aiihwered shortly after midnight with her
view, the <1 lata ii t nflow mountains, roey
"It I h fo rtu nate Unit you ask me, the
with th e ruyu of the setting sun, the Mure of lllHtory, Tor othtrwls«: you crew of 25 men happy and h« althy
W llluuiette river ul Illy feel, beyond It could not find the an sw er. F ir st look and her cargo of medicines and
the Columbia w here It a tn b u tu ry rush- down and hc <- th e nldpH of ull natloriM dyes, valued at $10,000,000, in
riding In our harbor. Kcc the a rch i
<«e Into It h urtna, the soft spring breeze,
Captain Koenig reports an
te c tu r e of our city, radiating from a tact.
the fr a g r a n c e of muny flow era,
all com m on c e n te r .”
I l«Mik«-«l and saw uneventful trip.
that 11 m * palace wiih the ce n ter. The
A VISION OF PEACE
com bined to hush my spirit. A sins«*
of pen« e and (JUI«*IH«) h H cunie over me city extended In ull dlrccliotiH down
and u Iiervaalve culm.
Suddenly 1 , the alopen of the mountalriH uh far um
a ro u sed and ruldual my eyea. W here I could Hi-e, heautlful
was 17 I aeenicd III the portico of u ubuudunt garden« and flowers.
T oward the eual I j a h I uiii , not gro at palm cm and m iser
Mill aaw Ml. Hood uud the familiar able bovela, but ev e ry w h e re com fort
lundacupe. Hut all elae waa «lianged. and beauty. " T h e r e a r e no rich and
I looked around and aaw a multitude no poor here now,” Maid Khe, with a
of orrldora of great artlatlc perfec happy Hinlb-, "t h e fo rm er tliingH are
Hun. No one atyle aeerued to monopo punned uway.” “ In till« H e a v e n ? " I
lize the structure. 1 liaiked on beauti- ; UHkcd. "No. thin I h the «-urth. T h e r e
ful Corinthian plllara and ancient I h Mt. Hood and all th»* natural
4«r•’••k < ornli ea. bonder waa a Chi ni i-iiery. Thin I h the old earth uh fur
neae piigodu anil over there a Japanese uh n ature goes. Hut It I h a new «*arth
tea Karden. Mooriah facadea, African eve ry w h e re elne. I do not often «peak
buiigalowa, Gothic urchea, cathedral of that ( s t u d y sm you cull the war. It
bulla, all crowded on my vision. These j wuk the end of an uge based on fear
were not empty. I saw people of utl und liute. T h e law of love had been
nations throiiKlnK the ulalea, corridors embodied and lived by J i - huh the Christ
or pagodas, and standing under the but Ii I h t«-achingM bad not been put In
facudea. They all had «ontcnled, hap p ra ctice by tb«- nations. Muny individ
p) faces, and u nuperlor physical de uals bail followed HI h precept« anil
velopment. It seemed uu If the best lived g(H>d lives, and the world bad
In every nation was In evidence. Th«*lr been g reatly helped. Hut th e govern-
language, too, aeeuied In accord with un-nth n-mained wholly devoted to the
the surroundings, a blending of ull god of brut«« force. Hat«- ruled the na-
languages, yet Intelligible to each. | Horn*. They sowed the wind In e n co u r
Heautlful statuary uud pictures were aging jealousy and raising g re a t a r m a
ther«'. brought from everywhere, but m ents and navl«*e, and reaped the
the Creeks and the Itallaua monopo whirlwind «ure to follow such Howing.
llzed the spaces. There were many j That civilization was hypocrisy. U h
Inspected the Corps
I,ast Thuivday Mrs. Minnie
Horsman of Portland, state in
spector for the W . R. C. arid a
past department president, in
spected the local W. It. C. Corps
By her patience and efficiency
Mrj . Horsman has the respect
and admiration of all members of
the local corfis and they were all
pleased to see her. After the in
spection, came a social hour, fol
lowed by a lunch. Several mem
bers of the order were down from
Hillsboro. Mesdames W. Crab
tree, Cornelius, Haynes, Hogue,
Buxton. F.asterday, Olson and
Butler were the hostesses.
Bringing in the Fish
I»ren Watkins, Vernon Bur-
C. W. Mertz, Raliegh
lovely pictures of happy childhood horrid fa« c was unveiled in that war
contrasted with landscapes of moun as never before. Everything went ¡Walker a n d
Postmaster B o b
tains and valleys, anil waving llelds of down b«*fore It." She covered her face
grain. Hut I saw no signs of fortlll j with her hands. "When everything Wirtz pulled out Friday for the
< at Ions, guns or battleships. Instead wuh over,” she resuni**d. "the few Nehalem to get themselves a
I miw the harbor crowded with happy | scattere«! remnants of Europe gather
people. Heautlful music, - oligs of «11 ed In the U. S. A. where, owing to the winter’s supply of “silver sides”
nations mingling In wondrous har wisdom of the president, Woodrow and Tuesday morning Dr. Todd.
mony. Not a discord or note of sad- ! Wilson, war had not raged. Gr«*at
ness, not a minor chord, but all breath trouble had come there, too, as a re Arthur Capl«-s and Arthur and
ing utility uud concord. Not the "lost" sult of the destruction of Europe. A Ottice Shearer went to join them.
but the "found" chord vibrated In , new line of thought and action whh de Watkins. Wirtz, Mertz. Burling-
ii 11 1 s o n with the people and all the | veloped. All ld«*as of war or wurlike
surroundings. I stood and watched actions, all paraplK-rnalla of gu iiH and ham and Walker returned last
the throngs of people. They were armies and navies were done away. night with 75 fish, running from 7
artistically clothed. Not a color that The l.nw of l» v e whh laid down a.«
did not harmonize, not u garment thul | the cornerstone of the n«-w civilization. to 25 lbs. each The Shearer boys
shocked the purest urtlstlc taste. The The Golden Rule was enact«**! Into the have shipped home a large con
women wore perfectly-fitting garments 1 laws and legislation of the p«*ople.
of medium length und flowing lines, Harmony prevailed as a necessity of signment of sa'mon.
the ancient Greek costume combined continues! existence. All distinctions
with modern Ideas of utility. Their on account of race, color, wealth, pov
The Express is prepared to meet
forms were both graceful and artistic, erty. were abolished. A plan of «*arry-
the perfection of the human Hhape. Ing on business was devised which the prices of traveling calendar
Not a muscle was cramped In wuist obviated all the former social unrest salesmen in lots of 100 or more.
or arm. leg or foot. Their feet were and class hatred. It was not hard to
cuned In low-heeled slippera. and their arrange when all peoples loved each
Straw votes taken daily at
ankle.-« were superb. Then I saw a •ther, and «lid as they would be done
Rexall drug stores are post
woman of supreme beauty approach i by. This, you see. Is the result. The
ing in«*. She smiled, shook my hand
ed daily at the VanKoughn«t &
and »poke, “Who are you?" "Do you of peace are cultivated. We do not
need help?” "Is there any way in keep the relics of that age of hate even R< der drug store. Some days
which I can serve you?", she asked. in <mr museums. We «inly refer to It Wilson leads and then Mr. Hughes
"I do wish tt) aak a question," I said, when the old spirit of hate shows it-
"what la this palace and who are these s«*lf as It does sometimes. There are jumps ahead.
people?" She smiled ns she said no masses and no classes, no race
Dr. Geo. H Pratt of Portland
•This Is the palace of all nations. Do prejudice or sex distinction. All pco
you see that flag.’” I hud not noticed pies furnish that in which they excell, addressed a »mall crowd at Verts
the wonderful dome of the palace, am! we lit in as beautifully as the hod- j
which seemed to s«Tape the upper llv members. We till our fields and hall last night in the interest of
realms of the sky with Its airy frii.g« s. gardens, and the produce Is stored in : “dry Oregon ” Very little adver
Yes, there was a flag which teemed to great warehouses ami sold at whole- j tí ing had been done, hence not
embody lines and colon from all the sal«' prices. There is no monopoly of
lings in the world. When a child 1 hnu the earth or tin* food. Hence, tli«*re much of a c r o w d. The doctor
been much interested In these flags, Is always an nhundance. We manage made a good talk, however.
and as I looked 1 saw a combination the climate and the earthtjuakea now,
of all of them emblazoned in tills im for the practice of the law of love en -1
Mayor Paterson is a very busy
mense banner. "This I h our emblem,” abl«*s us to do what could not be done |
these days. His baker, Guy
said she, “this is a suburb of the
United States of the World." "What avenues of development «>p**n h«*f«ir«> Stockman, is away on a hunt and
your Is this?” I asked. flll*»cl with our eyes. A new earth hath arisen
the mayor is doing the baking,
amazement. "Tills Is A. I). 2500, the wli<*r«*lti dwelleth righteousness."
month of June,” she answered.
his furniture store and
S A R A H 1. L Y M A N ,
ruhhed my eyes in astonishment. How
look after city business.
421 Skidmore Street,
long have I slept? I gasped. "When I
was last awake there was u dreadful
P o rtlan d, Oregon, i As a result he is lucky if he gets
five hours of sleep out of the
NO TES AND PER SO N A LS visit at their old homo in Nebraska.! twenty-four.
Ben hurritd home to vote.
Roy Hesseltine of the First
Harms Tupper of Dilley was a
bank has been sub
The Express prints butter wrap
drove visitor Saturday.
appear as a witness in
pers with non-poisonous ink.
Did you see “Sunshine Dad?’’ ! Fresh cow for sale. Address F. the federal court at St. Louis on
He’s at the Star tonight.
Thatcher, Forest Grove, Route 1 Nov. 13th. It means a nice long
ride, at somebody else’s expense,
Miss Ruth Frost spent Satur Phone 552 Thatcher.
but Mr. Hesseltine would much
day and Sunday in Forest drove
For Rent or Sale—Three-room
remain at home and at-
house, furnished or unfurnished,'
his hanking business.
Warranty deed and mortgage very cheap. Lots of fruit o n ,
blanks for sale at the Express place. S. S. Reed, 2d street'
Election Returns at the Star
Manager Hoffman ot the Star
The freshmen of the high school i Mrs. Harley Peterson and Miss Theater has arranged to have
and grammar school team played Meta Rickey entertained t e n national election returns read on
a game of football Tuesday. T h e 1 couples at a Hallowe’en party the stage of the theater every few
freshmen won 12 0.
Tuesday evening at the Peterson j minutes next Tuesday evrning.
No advance in prices—5c and 10c.
d e t a Columbia drafanolanow;! home.
will also be read outside the
Miss Lefa Egli, trained nurse.
they are bigger and better t ban
ever und the prices are the same. Calls answered d a y or night.
Residence w i t h
The editor of the Express will
Ben Whited and family re Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130 North pay cash for about six cords of
oak wood. Who has it?
turned Tuesday from a six weeks' j “A” street.
THE BEST OF
Fresh and Cured
Chipped Dried Beef,
Sweet and Sour Pickles,
Fancy SWEET WATERMELON'S 0«N ICE
All Kinds of Fruits
B ananas, O ranges,
C. H. G1GUERE, Prop.
□ I c h io izzd c
We’ll Make Good
on any promise we make to deliver work on
a given date. The Express has one of the
best equipped little printing plants in the
Willamette valley, having added several
hundred dollars’ worth of material to the
Williams plant for
. . . JOB PRINTING . . .
purposes and more good material is on the
way. The management would very much
appreciate it if those in need of stationery,
office blanks, or any other kind of printing
would call at the office for samples and
prices. If you’re too busy to come to the
office use the phone and a representative
will call on you.
The King <£: Company store is
starting a big bargain sale to-
morrow, with cut prices in all
lines. See the big ad in this issue.
The Intermediates of the Con-
gregational church had a Christian
Endeavor social Saturday night,
A good time was enjoyed by all.
The regular business meeting
of the W. C. T . U. will be held
with Mrs. Reynolds, South “B ”
street, near Pacific avenue, on
Friday, Nov. 3, at 2:30 p. m, A
report of the state convention at
Pendleton will be given by the
county president, Mrs Reeher.
K. B. Penfield. press superinten-
Miss May me L o o m i s enter-
tained the freshman g i r l s of
Pacific University at a slumber
party Tuesday night.
J. C. APPLEGATE
Nominee for Sheriff.
Ballot No. 70