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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1917)
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Published every Thursday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Editor and Publisher.
Filtered as second-class matter Jan. 12, 1916, at the r i tofflce at Forest Grove,
Oregon, under the A ct o f March . 1879
T H U R S D A Y , JAN. 4 1917
3 C H STAMPS GIVEN
3 & H STAMPS 6IVEN
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Dr. Henry Suzzallo, president of
’Double S. & H. Stamps Given
O. Ex., 1-4-17
University of Washington, shat
City election next Monday, 9 tered some of the most treasured '
WATCH YOUR STEP
illusions that he alleged many of
a. m. to 7 p. m.
The following real estate trans-
the modern teachers possessed, W e're creatures o f habit, so I ’ m told.
Shakespeare was right. W hat’s and ended the three-day session Dating back to the man o f old,
yy fers were Recorded with the regis-
in a name? Hughes carried W il of the Oregon Sta’te Teachers’ j Who ate the fruit and then essayed
ter of deeds at Hillsboro during
To blame the mate who in the shade •"
son, Pa., while Wilson carried Association b y asserting t h a t Plucked the prune from off the limb
the past week:
A. A. Mead to Chauncey F. Hailey,
On January 12th, T H E FOR
many school teachers killed off And gave a bite to the first "h im .”
i|unr SW qunr aec 25, 3 N 6, $10.
From the time o f the first alibi
EST GROVE EXPRESS will be
It hits been discovered that the the desire of the pupil to study Metihave looked both low and high
John II. Ilanaon et ux to Edna M.
one year old and the publisher Hanaon, 80 acres in Catchinga 1> I, ( ’,
sent ex-Governor Spry by cramming him with ineonse- For a goat to take the blame
takes this method o f thanking alao right o f way, $10,
of Utah a few days ago was harm- quential facts. “ You fill him with For all their sins and all their shame.
his subscribers and other pa-' Orville S. Jones et ux to Blanche
less. Was probably sent Bill by detailed facts,” asserted Dr. Suz- Women, too, must have a goat,
for the support given the Richarda, part hlk 29, Forçât Grove,
«p itted coat;
some of the prohibition people he zallo, and leave him an intellect-11° b,?ar th*-‘ bun,en
When caught to rights. without her paper during the past fifty weeks , $125.
double-crossed when he vetoed ual corpse. It is better that he
0. R. Cox et ux to Chria Pctereon,
and inviting others to enjoy the N half IAit I, Blk 41, Forest Grove, $1.
the prohibition bill passed by the be given just a little knowledge j They promptly cry. 'I learned from
good things to be found in the
Sidney S. Stearns et ux to John
than so many facts; his soul burns
legislature two years ago.
I Conselmann, N half E 40 acres o f SE
Express during 1917.
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and he comes to hate the entire No matter what their slip may be.
A treat is coming January 11 ; <|Uar sec 28, 2 S 2, $10.
Dr. Oscar F. Bransky, Standard s c h 0 0 j system, including the They learned the trick from the primal
in the form o f one o f the best
Oil company chemist, tells con- teacher.”
Tia natural, then, th e youngsters stories written during the past
vention of engineers that the de
ten years — “ PR U D E N C E O F '
mand for gasoline exceeds the pro-
With next week’s issue, the
I will he a candidate at the
Seek a goat when they're not good.
ductive capacity and a shortage Express starts on its second year. Their ears are keen, their eyes are T H E P A R S O N A G E .” by Ethel coming city election for th«1 office
the While the paper los: money the!
is imminent. Better start the.
Hm-ston. In book form, this o f City Treasurer, to succeed my
breweries making distillate, or the first eight months, it is now hold- The things they leam give one a fright, story sells at $1.25. It will run self.
I J. HOAR.
jitneys will have to quit.
ing its own and should be earning So h,ave " oare’ you parent' ' bold;
serially in the Express for thir-
dividends in a short time
co£3r Ad£f!* th'- man ?f old'
teen weeks and is alone worth
Since some of the railroad man- .
u 1,1 “ a,,urL
_ '-'on I f this old world is going to last,
Sabbat h school 10a.m ., preach
more than a year’ s subscription
agers have expressed a willingness s'dering condition a t the time the To the best hold good and fast;
ing 11 a. m. and 8 p. m . ijrayer
i to the Express costs you.
to sell their roads to the govern- Express started, the publisher is 1 Slooah off evil .nd shun dee.it:
And there will be other good meeting on Wedne day evening at
ment, many o f” those who have eftcouraged by the present ou t-1 Aim ever upward, with . n i « , (.e t.
8 p m. All are welcomed.
. . .
■ i h > k mm
mnru mun uvnr i Th® downward
.. . pate
.A. _ 4 , stories in the Express during the
been asking for government own look and feels, more than e v er,,...
J. N. W o o d , Pastor.
that he made no mistake by lo -: L,k* * " f
lh' ™rr* " 1’ w,lh S,Un | year, as well as much o f the city.
ership are inclined to wonder i f .
. I . . —
Money to loan Valley Realty
this is a good time to buy. That cating »n Forest Grove.
The it isn’t the going that brings the pain; county, state and national news.
Believing the public is now Qn Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
depends on whether the roads Publisher will ever remember with IPs when you try to halt again
then your soul is bruised and convinced that the Express is — —---------------------------------
will sell at actual or inflated val-1 Kratitu<Je the
friends who stood 1 *
permanent institution, the pub-
uation, the writer would think.
byr the paper during its experi- Then you pay for the sins you’ve sinned.
confidently expects all In the County Court o f the State o f
Your sins, they say, fall on the child,
present subscribers to renew and
Dragon, for Washington County,
Five hundred gallons of liquor
Too young to shun the life that’s wild.
the matter o f the
— whiskey, beer and wine— was A N E W M A T R IM O N IA L
N o t i c i ok
So have a care, and drive your steeds
Last Will ami Test
On the road that only to virtue leads. o f new readers.
poured into a street sprinkler at
C O M P L IC A T IO N
ament o f Joseph W.
in a l R ki - o r t .
Phoenix, Arizona, last week and
One of the grounds for divorce
j “ The tree will look, when it ’s old.”
month o f January. 1917, yearly
Notice is hereby g iv e n that Mary M.
used to lay the dust on the streets, alleged by a Pittsburg woman is
; I t ’s useless to say, with parental
subscriptions (new or renewals) Marsh, executrix o f t h e estate o f
The booze would have sold for that her husband concealed from
$20,000 at retail, but had been her until three weeks after their j “ Don’ t do that; you know it ’s not will be taken at $1.0«. if paid in •,,,HePh W. Marsh, deceased, having
advance ; six months, 50c.
i filedj n the County CoLurl *,f
confiscated by the sheriff. Pret- marriage the fact that one of his
Washington County Transfers
“ Prudence of
Free Methodist Church
ty expensive moisture, but prob i legs was artificial. Is there any | Unless you show by your daily acts
Here is what a prominent
| That the things you preach are helpful
ably the best use that could have obligation implied by the mar-
N ew York critic says o f “ Pru
been made of i f ________
riage vow to make known all I So watch your step, as you travel
dence o f the Parsonage” :
I t is amusing to hear some of Ph>sical imperfections, or must
“ About once or twice in every ten
! That others may follow without going
years a story comes along that slips
t h e “ protectionist” newspapers botb Part(,es to tbe contract be
---W. C. B.
into your heart and the people in it get
howling for investigation of the be
in tbe absence ° f admissions
| to be real friends. It is the kind of
high cost of paper. So long as it to. tbe contrary, to be sound in
story you buy for Mother or read to
was high-priced food, fuel, cloth- !m‘n^ and limb?
There are men in every place.
Aunt Jane on rainy afternoons ; that
Full o f Christian love and grace, •
ing, etc., these papers believed in . ^ tbat ls to be tbe ru*e’ wbat
has places in it you want to quote to
high prices, but when the shoe be- * to become of the woman who Who are pleading hard for universal everyone you lik e ; a story with the
qualities o f I»u isa M. Olcott’s “ Little
gins to pinch their own feet, they wins a man
the spurious at-
For the dawning o f a day
Women” or Alice Megan Rice’ s “ Mrs.
howl for relief. But let us have tractions of a wig, false teeth,
When man’s hate shall pass away,
| W iggs o f the Cabbage Patch.” “ Pru
the investigation, anyway. When | ^a^e comp'0**00 an(l artificially And the mutter o f the angry cannons dence o f the Parsonage," by Ethel
the price of a commodity made symmetrical figure? M a y he,
Hueston, is just that sort o f story a
the day will come
tale about plain people, who live loving,
from spruce trees doubles in cost “ pon C o v e r in g the deception,
When the noisy fife and drum
devoted, happy lives together in a
in one year, it is time to take an declare the marriage null ? How
Shall no longer stir the air on plain or wholesome American town; yes, a story
about the man who covers his
without a villain.”
I bald head with a toupe artfully
War, with all its dread and doubt
In a paper read before the Am- disposed to appear as if it grew
W ill in time be put to rout,
Make yourself or some dear friend a
erican Genetic society at New there? Under the new theory, When the preachers preach the doc- New Year present of a year’s subscrip-
trine o f good will.
tion to the Express a present that will
York city last week. Dr. Robert the m a n y thousand mutilated
remind the recipient o f your thought-
J. Sprague of Massachusetts de- veterans of the war would fare
Now who rend the pulseless air,
| ful remembrance fifty-two times in the
dared that if the nation is to be badly. There would be no hope-
With a song which does not say “ in year. Phone in your order today and
sustained, every married woman for the man who had given up an j
God we trust;”
, get the opening chapter o f this wonder-
capable of bearing children must arm or a leg for his country, and
There is cruelty and hate
, ful story. Pay any time in January to
In the message up to date,
j g et the reduced rate.
bear and rai-e on an average of the man for whom wonder-working
three. He also expressed t h e surgeons built an artificial jaw out And a cry of ° n to Mexlco or bust!
The Express prints butter wrap
, ., ,
. • I I .
All the jingoes in the block
opinion t h a t the rich women of . . the
rums of that which had Dance aJtten(iance to their ulk,
pers with non-poisonous ink.
should bear their proportion, or a been shattered by a shell would But the father-heart and mother-heart
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f e w more
He intimates that be utterly disqualified.
IJati-d No*. 2«. 1916
birth control among the poor
The troubles of the woman who
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Arr. F. G.
A t the dawning o f a day
would be a blessing
has raisid these interesting ques
When the preachers preach the doc 6:20 a m 7:40 6:50 a m 8:07
tions did not. according to her ad
trine o f good will.
7:05 a m 8 40 8:15 a m 9:32
Dr. Appleton Morgan of New
missions, begin until she discov-1 — Bix, in Nebraska State Journal.
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York thinks Billy Sunday’s ser
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ered that her husband had only
mons and acrobatic stunts are too
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one natural leg. Thereafter, she
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sacriligious to be permitted on
says, he abused and illtreated her. | Having been nominated at an 5:05 p m 6:25 6:15 p m 7:30
Sundays. He sees nothing wrong
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If she could but have closed her open mass meeting for the office 9:45 p m
p m 11:00 11:15 p m 12 :.%
with moving picture shows on the
eyes to the lack of a leg, all might ° f Gity Treasurer by the citizens
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Lord’s day, however, if they are
still have been bliss between them of Forest Grove, Oregon, I have|
the right kind. And there you- ,
Arr. Pt. L». Pt.
Arr. P. G.
Û f. G.
have it. Forest Grove people who She may yet ,earn that .a go0(J a«e p te d the nomination, and re
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mor(. spectfully solicit your support,
heard Billy in Portland last sum- natured man minus a leg is
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to be desired than one who has R elected 1 will give honest, faith- t 9:41 a m 11:10 11:00 a m 12:15
mer say he is so effective that ,
been angered by the discovery of tel service. Election to be held 12:35 p m L 50 2:15 p m 3:30
t 2:00 p m 3:20 tSJO p m 4:50
Monday, January 8, 1917.
Verily, it takes all kinds of people h!8 '»completeness. In the words
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E D W IN S. S P A R K S
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to keep this old sphere balanced.; “ f '
Mark Ha" " a - the
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lady might better have let well
Warranty deed and mortgage t 6:22 p m 7:45 tl 1:15 i- m 12:35
Addressing 1,000 Oregon school enough alone.— Portland Oregon- blanks for sale at the Express M l p m 10:50 881:00 p m 2:20
teachers at Portlond last Friday, ¡an.
t- Thru a Sat as Sat & Sunday
ton County, Oregon, her final account
as executrix o f said estate, and the
County Judge o f Washington County,
Oregon, having fixed the 15th day of
January, A. I). 1917, at the hour o f
ten o'clock A. M. aa the time and the
county court room in the Court House
at Hillsboro, Oregon, as the place for
hearing objections to said final account,
therefore all persons interested in said
estate are notified then and there to
ap|tear and show cause, if any they
have, why the said account should not
he settled and allowed and distribution
made o f said estate, and the executrix
discharged as prayed for in said report
Dated this 11th day o f December, A.
D „ 1916.
M A R Y M. MARSH,
Executrix o f the estate o f
Joseph W. Marsh, deceased.
H O LLIS
ORA HAM, Attorneys.
First pub. Dec. 14; last Jan. 11.
W H Y D O N ’T YOU
C A L L ON
F. A. Moore
A SK H IM A B O U T
P R IC E S ON
To The Voters of Forest Grove
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