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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1916)
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Published every Thursday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Editor and Publisher.
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Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1S70
THURSDAY. DEC. 7. 1916
A N I) C O M M E N T S
If turkeys cou!d talk, t h e y
would probably say that the hu-
man family was composed of a
gang of gluttons.
Judging from the amount of
poultry sold in the Forest Grove
* last * week,
’ Wilson times
aren’t so worse, after all
foodstuffs were bringing as much
in Portland ton days ago as in
war-ridden Berlin. It’s about
time something was done to rt
duce the price of food stuffs
These women weren’t weak in the
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0,j ()f disseminating information college boys, guaranteed to make
A Bargain in Cedar Chests
may be continued and the as-oci- you either laugh or cry. Other
Six diffaranl atylaa, $4.00 t<>
ation be strengthen d in its cam features will be vocal solos and $10.00. A R. KKAGY C street
paign to ext rminata the dread Indian club swinging The clubs between Pacific ami First Ave.,
will l>e illuminated with colored north, Forest Grove. Ore. 47-4
disease in this state.
Acting under the formal ap electric lights and swung to the
Attorney General Brown gives
The Paluee Barber Shop haH
and permission of t h e rythm of the Knhala March, a moved to the new Anderson build
it as his opinion that the present
The city election is but ono prohibition law holds good until Board of School Directors, the facinating Hawaiian piece. S jm * c
ing, where the proprietor, Brady
month away. Hu\e jou puked |he legislature approves the bone- children of 512 Portland schools ial music will be furnished by the Chowning, will be pleased to give
your candidates? If so, see that <jry amendment. I ’nder this rul- will also join in the big movement. Gamma orchestra. All aeuta are customers better service t h a n
their names get on the ticket.
¡tlg limited shipments of booze
I*ist year the children secured 25 cent-. The public is Invited. ever. Try our baths.
may still be make into the state $775.74 from the sale of Red
B u y a sh « to ( R«l Cross Chn> •
: Cro.^ SeaU. It i,
Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Kauffman
and daughter, Clara, and Miss
mas seals (one cent each ami h. !|> TwentV-Sl\ UKU
more lhan $1,000 will result Irotn
in the fight acatnst tuberculosis. | 1
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enthusiast,c work .1.« year 812.92, including $10,000 for re- Mary Beach took their Thanks-
The “great whtte plague has a
DlStttCtS LOVJ’ T aX Their effort will be ma.le pr.n dressing the county road betwe n giving dinner with Dr. and Mrs.
foothold in Oregon and neither
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. . this city and Gaston nnd $5,000 |grwin t)f HilNtxiro.
r .... it* are
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out of thirty J road cipally
lubereulosis for improving the road between
you nor your
u, . „ duri ng
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districts voted sptcal road tax Week.
AI T< ) ( ) W N’ K RS Save money
this city ami Banks. A pubic
1 i i>
;i. t heir meeting* Iasi Saturday,
This cornea Doeamber
to 10 meeting will be held at the court by sending two old Urea
A Portland paper reports that and the vote is certainly indicat reaching a climax w ith ‘ Tubercu- house on Saturday, Dec 2ftd, at ing one gcxwl one made from them
a Forest Grove man was sent- ive that the good roads move- losis Sunday,” December 10, when 10 a. m , to consider the budget Union Avenue Double-Tread Tire
enced to a week in jail in that ment is under swing all over every pulpit in the state is asked
city for flirting Huh! Do the Washington County. The vote to join the campaign by recount-
First Church of Christ, Scien*
A number of local Nimrod*
ing progress and repeating the list, of Forest Grove announces a
Portland police want a monopoly was
went in pursuit of the festive mal
Mill» warnings against the d isea se.
of that kind of business ? It isn’t Dist. No. Supt.
fn-e lecture on Christian Science lard and sprigtail Thanksgiving
1 C. Geiberger
2 1-2 The Association ha* sent a by W R. Rothvon.C S B., Mem! er
fair, is it George ?
day and found the birds very
2 Z. T. »
' letter oiiect to the children of of the Board of Lectureship of the
The Saturday afternoon mat 3 \V. N. Balhorn
- each school. It tells th m how Mother church, The First Church
inees at the Star Theater are so
H. T. Hesse
to proceed. It tells them why ()f Christ. Scientist, in Boston, | N\ HOFFMAN
popular that last'Sa'urday a num 9 8 Alf
the work is so much worth while. M ass, Thursday. Dec. 7th. at 8 J»
ber of people stood during the 11 J. J. Wismer
6 It tells them the story of Danny. P m- and cordially invites the
Attorney At I j i w
show. It is evident that the 20 Thos. Murphy
public to be present. Church
Danny had a penny. It was a edifice corner Pacific Avenue and Patent Office Business Solicited
merchants are giving away lots of 21 Geo. Fisher
22 H. L. Robinson
shiny, new penny. He A street.
tickets with ea.-h purchases.
I took it to school. Instead of
23 H. W. Scott
10 spending it for a stick of candy
One road supervisor in this 24 J. H. Hoffman
county is a wonder, according to
he bought with it a Red Cross
29 J. S. West
a paper published in that town, 31 Roy Moore
6 Seal. Danny knew a boy who
for he “tore out the bad holes in 32 Thos. Bradley
3 could not run or play because he
34 Ambrose Schmidlin
8 had what was called tuberculosis.
36 C. C. Nelson
9 Teacher said th«- Red Cross Seals
Now the darned things will prob 41 R. Fehlman
were sold to help this boy and to
42 Otto Brose
ably clog up a sewer.
43 Albert Kruger
S tell other boys and girls, and
5 grown people, too, how to keep
If you hive eggs to*sell, you 44 W. C. Edy
for Christmas and New Years’ Holidays?
4o Alfred Pieren
probably think they are worth lc 46 D. L. Smith
Round Trip fares will be in effect
He put the seal on his desk.
each, but it would be hard to 47 Nick Kemmer
between points on the
make the purchaser agree with 53 C. M. Scofield
10 As he looked at it, the picture of
you, especially the man who e
Four districts which had called Santa
Claus seemed to g r o w
wages have not increased in recent meetings in which the tax was de- larger. Santa seemed to wink,
years. The buyer and seller very feated are No. 6, Nels Larsen, seemed to smile. Then he step
Dec. 30 and 31 and Jan. 1,
seldom see the “ blessings” of high supervisor; No. 12, W. J. Gregg,
out of the seal. He took
return limit January 3.
prices alike. And that is the very supervisor; No. 19 Fred Hamel, Danny on a wonderful ride behind
Also for all points in Oregon,Washington and
reason we have free-traders and supervisor, and No 25, J.A .Zim - his reindeer,
Idaho, except west of Rainier, on the Spokane,
me man, supervisor.
Danny saw tiny germs cause
Portland & Seattle Ry. and connecting lines,
Last year twenty-five districts tuberculosis. He saw a boy who
Dec. 22 to 25, inclusive; return limit Jan. 5.
A number of Portland house
wives became convinced the mar
Through Tickets Sold, Baggage Checked and Berth
ket men were holding them upon year's vote is an open declaration fresh air and play. He almost
Reservations Arranged by Local Agents.
ran over a sunbeam that was
the price of turkeys, so the mem for permanent roads.
The tax levy, special, last year, hound earth-ward to kill the
Low Fare CALIFORNIA EBCURSIONS via
bers of the “weaker” sex got up a
the North Bank and S. S. Northern Pacific.
boycott on turkey, with the re
sult that some of the heaviest
holders lost hundreds of dollars. more will be raised. Hillsboro given by boys and girls were be-
ing assembled to use their united
Emboldened by their victory, tney Argus
FOREST GROVE. ORE.
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power against the disease. Sud-
have declared a two-week boycott i i i • ii
denly Danny found himself back
on eggs, with the re-ult that the
prices on this staple have suffered
that with his penny, the only
a steady decline. Ba-ring eggs,
Headed by Mrs. C E. Walker, penny he had, had bought a Red
secretary for Washington county Cross Seal.
of the Oregon Association for the
Ix-t us be as helpful as Danny.
Prevention of Tuberculosis, a It is an ea-y matter to put a Red
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number of Fore.st Grove women Cross Seal on every letter or
have undertaken th<- sale of Red package we send away.
WHY DON’T YOU
Cross Seats (one cent each,), the
Gamma Sigma Kntertainment
proceeds tr> be used in furthering
Friday evening at the Star
t h e work of t h e association.
Get them from our Merchants. The firms listed below
Booths are this week being main- Theater th*- Gamma Sigma soci-
have purchased Matinee tickets to give Free to their custom
tained for the sale of seals, as fob ety of Pacific will give an enter-
ers. When you purchase 25c worth of any of the firms
lows: At the Fores Grove post- tainment that promises to be one
mentioned below, you will be given a Matinee Ticket Free—
ASK HIM ABOUT
four ticket for $1.00. These tickets are to be given away
M. S. Allen’s hardware store.
the season. The program will
for ten weeks, beginning with performance of Saturday, No
T h e children of 1400 rural consist in part of rapid cartoon
vember 25. Good only for Saturday Matinees. Ask for
Oregon schools have been using work by the well known local car-
tickets when making purchases. Here are the firms which
lessons on the fight against tuber- toonist, Pat Sparks, who made
AND GET A HIGH CASH
culosis as texts in their class work California last fall in a successful
PRICE FOR YOUR
during the past year. Lessons are tour of cartoon entertainments,
Schultz Pure Food Store
Goff Bros., Hardware and Stoves
furnished free by the Oregon As- He will a so illustrate a numberl
Dr Hines’ Drug Store
Ottice Shearer, Confectioner
sociation for the Prevention of of the songs to be sung by the
Geo. G. Paterson, Furniture and
Tuberculosis a a part of its work popular Gamma .Sigma quartet
Phone 4 1 x
Now they are organizing to while t h e y sing. Besides the
Pacific Ave. and Third St.
help the Red Cross Seal sale of quartet there will be some very
Forest Grove Express, Printing
the Association so that this meth-1 entertaining stunts put on by the i
H o lid a y F a r e s <]^>
Are You Going Home
Oregon Electric Ry
J. E. FARMER, Agent
,lut he T gll!d
Free M o v ie T i c k e t s
STAR T H E A T E R For^ n
F. A. Moore