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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1916)
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Published every T hursday a t F o re st Grove, O regon.
W. C. B enfer, E ditor and Publisher.
E n tered as second-class m a tte r Ja n . 12, 1916, a t the poatotfice a t F o rest Grovy, 1
O regon, under th e A ct o f M arch 3, 1879
T H U R SD A Y , DEC. 21 19165
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can lick a whole army of bed bugs.
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It is a worker, a producer. The
r. o. K r. i j -2 i * hi
bed b u g s are parasites. The
T h e ■ ra k e r's C h ristm a s.
stockmen with their purchases
An Instructive Lecture
B ro k e ra g e h o u ses h av « m o re l>eggar*
of new sires and dams are carry
v isit th e m th u u does an y o th e r cla ss
Ceo.ge V. McClure of Portland
Compromise of b u sin e ss m en. A t C lirlatu iu s tim e
ing on the earth’s production, delivered a very interesting and
th ey fa irly sw a rm . Homo a r e “d o w n
On that earth’s production, the instructive lecture at the M. E.
an d o u ts " fro m u n lu ck y sp e c u la tio n
speculators, food gamblers and church Monday night. He dis
an d (he m ix in g of b u sin e ss u n d alco
By <1000! OE H. THOMAS
hol; o th e rs a re sim p ly th e u u fo rtu -
other forms of parasites are f ed- cussed the American home, the C o p y r i g h t , m 1916.
e . by A m e r i c a n P r •sa Aa-
n a te s w h o h a v e k ep t fro m d rlu k , h u t
»» -taitó n .
tendency of American fathers and
w ho h o v e lost th e ir n e rv e nud inouey
One stockman is to the para mothers to raise their children in W h u t y o ' g o t u n d e r y o ' o o a t d a r . an d u re m erely try in g to live.
m an F
A s to ry Is told by a C h icag o b ro k e r
sites what the honey bee is to the idleness a n d luxury This, he
f l o f o n , n o w ; y o ' k a l n t fbol m e
o f how ho fell a v ictim lo o n e eu io o th
crowd of bed bugs. That is why thought, was a dangerous pro W tf a a y ln ' y o 'e h u 'y l n ', nui* aa y o s tr a n g e r re c e n tly a n d luiw th e sm o o th
the livestock show should be for cedure He also cautioned the
s tr a n g e r th e re u p o n fell a victim to
T o «lo a o h o o lh o n a o C h r ln 'm u a tr e e .
. T h e v isito r c a m e t<> Ids office
Henry Ford tells the brewers warded to the limit.
boys and girls against fast living, D a ro 'a p ’o n ty o b tim o . A h 'lo w , to him
w ith a m o re o r le ss fa m ilia r h a rd lo ck
they can turn the breweries into
It is an enterprise of men who idleness and harmful habits.
d a t.
sto ry o f hla w ife b ein g sick, his re n t
distilleries for the manufacture of are doing their full part in the
A n w o ll h a b je a ' a q u lo t ta lk ,
o v erd u e a n d h im se lf o u t o f w ork e v e r
Mr. McClure is an excellent
F o ', a u a h 'a «loro's A d d io s t r i n g s In a sin c e th e m a rk e t w en t a g a in s t h im In
denatured alcohol to replace g a ^ - world’s work —Oregon Journal.
orator, a deep thinker and de
o a t.
th e o l d d ay s. " I 'm Ju st g o in g to w ork
line in propelling automobiles and
served a much larger audience A li «ita m in u to h u «I a o m s th tn g l o i l i m t o n , oe suit«, nun < » m i l to
other gas engines. The changes
Some people may
borrow $20 for expenses.''
sq u aw k .
than that which greeter! him. He
T he broker. Im pressed w ith th e sto
can be made at small
handed over the money. T he m an
about a certain meeting held
Mr. Ford says.
who lm<! biimi lietter days st«»sl around
Saturday, so the editor will ex
Y o 'a b o o n *roun' m u h c h ic k e n ro o » , a few m inutes and th en said. “ W on't
About a year ago an Aurora, plain that he doesn’t believe it Tuesday evening
A n ' d a t d o r o to w l a m o f U p au k lo d you have som ething w ith m e?” *'!
don't m ind,” said the broker, w ith the
111., girl advertised in the news wise to tell the outside world all
m um aM M M K um a a
fellow feeling of th e m arket. “ We
D o t A h p r i s a i a b o v e e ’a o u e e
papers at a cost of $11.25 for a our foolish squabbles. The writer
A n ' w h u t 's d ía y u ro o n d a o d d e r a id e ? went to a nearby barroom ," he sa id
husband. S h e w a s successful, does not believe any real harm
afte rw a rd , “and the |"»>r m an ordered
F o ' d o l a n 'l A h 'rn u - lo llin ' t r u e ,
and last week he died, leaving an was done at that meeting, but
F o ' C h r ia 'm u a d i n n e r h e d o n e p e r a bottle of wine and a btluch o f tw en
ty-flve cen t cigars. Next I anw the
v i Ue
knights Elect Officers
estate valued at $19,000, or a net people who were n o t present
tw enty do llar bill th a t I ha«l lent
The members of Delphos lodge
him p u t dow u lo pay for (lie drink« ,
profit of $18,988.75. You will might magnify the importance
! No. 39,K. of P., elected the follow M a n , Ah'.« a g r o o d d a t w e u o tn p 'o m la e , and cigars. W hen the change wn« ,
surely pardon us for repeating of the actions advocated,
brought 1 reached over and took It and -
ing officers last Thursday evening: K u z j A h k n o w * 'b o u t d o t e m p t a h 's said:
again that it pays to advertise. ;
‘T h is Is my money. But the
C. W. Mertz, Chancellor Com
O B IT U A R Y
drinks a re on me.' "
A n ' m o a ’ ‘to r e a jiu a a o n r e u ll s e
The editor of the Express
T he m an who had seen lietter days
i l e a tlo e d to d o d e b b il'e la ih .
wishes everybody a Merry Christ
th e m arket w ent against him
Mrs. Martha A. Busby (Martha
VV. C. Tucker, Vice Command D e r o o n ta n , w u '.l s a y , b e lo n g « t y o '. m o v e « ! on
to the next b r o k e r ' s otlb-e
mas and a Happy New Year. Steward) was born June 16. 1837, er.
A n ' d o p o s s u m h . t g o o a t ' m e.
N o w , d o n ' y o ' g r u m b le , to ' a u a h 's
Yes, EVERYBODY! And it’s at Dayville, Ky. On Oct. 18,
A. A. Kirkwood, Prelate.
a pity the men on the European 1856, at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, she
o f the S ta te o f
Y o ' w o n ' g e t u e l d e r n o w eoe!
Ben Whited, Master at Arms
battlefields can’t say the same to was married to Francis M. Busby,
Dudley Knapp, Inner Guard.
those they are fighting, throw whose death occurred M a r c h
In th e m a tte r o f the
Joe Wi'es, Outer Guard.
N otice o r
The Christmas Mail
L ast Will ami T e s t
down their arms and go home to 20th, 1915.
H e a r in g on
R C. Walker, Master of Work.
am en t o f Jo sep h W.
their sorrowing wives, children,
Mrs. Busby died Dec. 12, 1916,
F in a l R e p o r t .
C. O. Roe, Master of Ex- patrons the necessity of co-oper M arsh, deceased.
mothers and brothers. A sorrow at her home in Forest Grove, chequer,
ating with the postal service to N otice is hereby given th a t M ary M.
ful Christmas it will be to millions aged 79 years, five months and
h . J Goff, Master of Finance, the fullest possible extent in pre M arsh, e x ecu trix o f t h e e a ta tc of
across the water! Aren’t you glad twenty-six days. Four children
c. A. Broderson, Keeper of paring and mailing Christmas Joseph W. M arsh, deceased, having
filed in th e C ounty C o u rt o f W ashing
you live in America?
were born to them, of whom two Records and Seals,
parcels. You can materially aid ton C ounty, O regon, her final account
A magazine published for the are living—M r. Charles Busby, of' R. C. Walker, Trustee.
the work by following the rules as e x e c u trix o f said e s ta te , and the
Installation will be Thursday set forth:
j County Ju d g e o f W ashington C ounty,
information of newspaper men Fossil, Oregon, and Mrs. William
< O regon, having fixed th e 15th day of
estimates that the high price of
i Ja n u a ry , A. D. 1917, a t th e hour of
print paper has put 800 small
Place nam e and address o f sen d er on 1 ten o ’clock A. M. as the tim e an«l the
Relief Corps Election
papers out of commission during great-grandchild. In 1874 t h e
j county c o u rt room in th e C ourt House
The members of the local Re all m a tte r.
the past year and caused several family moved from Burlington,
Pack parcels carefully and w rap them a t H illsboro, O regon, ns the place for
thousand to reduce in size. The Iowa, to Oregon. The life of lief Corps held their annual elec- securely, b u t do not seal them , as hearing objections to said final account,
paper used on the outside pages pioneers on an eastern Oregon! tion of officers at their regular sealed pack ag es are su b je c t to pontage th e re fo re all persona in te re ste d in said
e s ta te a re notified th en and th e re to
of this issue of the Express costs cattle ranch, with all its attendant business meeting last Thursday, a t le tte r ra te s.
apjx-ar and show cause, if any they
13c per pound when paper cost loneliness, became familiar to them with the following result:
have, why the said account should not
Mrs. Van Walters, president;
ing only half that amount might Later they spent a short time in
!>e settled and allowed and d istrib u tio n
In su re valuable parcels.
have been used. There is nothing
W ritte n inscriptions such as "M erry m ade o f said e s ta te , and the e x ecu trix
C h ristm a s" " H a p p y
N e w Y «'ar” discharged aa prayed fo r in said re p o rt
too good for Express subscribers,
num bers, nnd petition.
if the publisher can get it. Com
D ated th is 11 th day o f D ccem lier, A.
mon print, such as is used on the
i D., 1916.
MARY M. M ARSH,
four inside pager, h a s almost and her husband were much loved
clans (parcel post) m ail. Books m ay
K xecutrix o f th e e s ta te o f
doubled in price since ehe Express by their neighbors. The law of z g , u a r d ; Mesdames Cornelius.). bear dedicatory
inscriptions n o t o f a
seph W. M arsh, decesseil.
was started, less than a year ago. | their lives was kindness a n d Tucker a n d Benfer, delegates, personal n a tu re . O th e r w ritte n ail H O L L IS & Jo GRAHAM,
A tto rn ey s.
good-will. As a loving mother Mesdames Ramsey, Dennis and jd itio n s su b je c t parcels to le tte r p o st
F irs t pub. Dec. 14; la st Ja n . 11,
age. C om m unications
p r e p a i d at )
T H E STO CK M EN
and friend, Mrs. Busby will be 1 McNamer, alternates
first-class ra te m ay be w ith p arcels j
The $21,500 paid for a yearling greatly missed by all.
prepaid a t fo u rth -class ra te provided
bull at the Portland livestock j Since her early girlhood she has
Talked School Matters
th ey are placed in envelopes securely
show means something. Back of been a member of the Methodist
Between sixty and seventy men attach ed to th e outside o f th e parcels.
that transaction there is a high church. The writer, having been and worm'n gathered at the Cen- W e th an k you in advance fo r yo u r
resolve. It is a purpose to highly a neighbor of Mrs Busby for sev- ' tra*
building last Saturday cooperation.
WHY D O N ’T YOU
R O B E R T P. W IRTZ,
improve the blood and strain in eral years before coming to Forest afternoon and discussed ways and
There were many lesser trans- sonal tribute:
* j L. M. Graham was chairman and
The Ruth Realty company filed
actions of the same kind. They
Many times have I known Mrs. Ed- A1,en secretary- A number an injunction suit in the circuit
reflect the devotion of stockmen Busby to spend her days in the of recommendations were made court Wednesday against N . B .
to better breeds. They example Care of the sick and of their child- t0 the directo,s. including th e ; LaCourse of Forest Grove Plain-
ASK HIM ABOUT
the perfection of methods and en- ren. Hor patience and kindness ProP°s|t'on to consolidate the po- tiff claims to have 101,041 pounds
deavors in a great industry. It is and her modest self-effacement sitions of city superintendent and of hay stored in a Forest Grove
the same intensification of effort were remarkable. Hers was not principal of the high school. Be- warehouse and defendant claims i
applied to the livestock business eye-service. If her Master a p -1 fore adjourning, the gathering to have a lien by virtue of a chat-
that big industrial establishments proved, she asked no other re- passed a vote of confidence in the tel mortgage covering part. The
A N D GET A HIGH CASH
school directors, the vote being 42 complaint recites that defendant
and great department stores apply ward.
has given notice that he will sell a j
PRICE FOR YOUR
to their business.
Until her husbands death she affirmative and two negative.
The stock sales illustrate the was a cheerful person, with many
value of the livestock show to merry little ways, which were to
the directors #dll disturb the pres- j by which the hay may be sepa
Portland. It is not the sales but her friends "like a medicine.’’
arrangements until that time, rated and the part claimed be
what the sales mean to the herds " F o r me to live is C h rist” He is my all
Pacific Ave. and Third St.
a l o n e taken —Hillsboro Inde
.«¿land flocks in the hinterland that My s tre n g th in w eakness and my balm if at all.
is the thing of value. It is the
In order to accomodate people pendent.
My guide, my shield when e ’er life ’s
Mr. LaCourse informs the Ex
phogress of the back country in
expecting Christmas packages,
N.H O FFM A N
that since the above-men
* applying intelligence and advance " F o r me to live is C hrist. To die is Postmaster Wirtz has decided to
g a in ."
ment in the things it is producing
Attorney At la w
open the parcels post window on tioned action he has been paid
and the case settled out of court. Patent Office Business Solicited
that is the point of the show sales.
The Express prints butter wrap- Sunday. Dec. 24th, after the ar-
One honey bee in an encounter pers with non-poisonous ink.
rival of the morning mail.
Job printing—phone 821.
This is the shortest day in the
year and we may expect a slight
falling off in the light bills from
month to month for the next six
months. Every little helps, you
Judging by the fact that two
physicians and a dentist were
nominated for the council Tues
day night and Dr. Coon, a vet
erinary, holds over, the voters
must have thought city affairs in
a sickly condition.
F. A. Moore