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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1917)
Forest (¡rove Boys
Safe in London
Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. Hugh'«
Tuesday evening received a <_•:» 1>I«*
grain from their son Cecil, who is
a member of Company E, United
States Railway Engineers, who
recently embarked at an Atlantic
seaport for Europe. The message
stated that “ We arrived in Drn-
don safely and are all well ’’ Em-
(*ry LuMont, Chas. Staley and
Harold Judd, all of this vicinity,
are in the same company and
their friends and relatives are
much relieved, as there have been
rumors that a (’-boat had sunk a
transpor carrying engineers.
According to the Oregonian, the
following Washington county men
appealed from the decision of the
county exemption board and lost
out on appeal to the district board,
sitting at Portland:
Arnold B e r g e r , Lambert L.
Stewart, Ernest F. Thompson,
Frank i i Smith, Carl H Olsen.
Henry Hergert, Arthur H. Hup-
p^echt, William W. Geiger, Grant
G. Newell, Irvin Merry, James
Hugh Pruett, Pantelis Pantela-
kis, Arthur F. Berringer and Leo
A M E R IC A N T R O O PS IN ENGLAND
J A M A Z O N S /\
Part of Oregon’s
Quota Is Called
County Fair Plans
Orders for the immediate mobil
At a recent meeting of the
ization of the first 5 per cent of
Washington County Fair direct
Oregon's draft quota to the
ors, it was decided to put up
National Army, t o . leave for
special prizes aggregating $125.00
American Lake September 5, were
photos o v A m i m e a h
for the cows making the best
issued to all county boards Tues
P v z t s A \uactP T \ctH
record for hut ter fat in three days'
night from the office of Ad
o o 1 POPE BENEDICT
VISCOUNT IS HI I APTHUft nfM OfRSON
milking. The prize money U divid
ed $50 for first prize, $25 for sec-
W ith a trenu-niloiu* i,u«h th e iHirst H iic w d fsl in g a in in g ,,n th e C r r m a u w in g In B elgium ,
The call will summon but 38
News Snapshots wliih* th<- j m i j ■ | t i n t
w as still in th e s ta te o f rlist-ussion an d m et w ith a cold
one, $25 for third and $15 for
all, due to the alacrity with
Of (he Week r*-s|siiise In th e allie d c o u n trie s A m erican tro o p s p a r a d in g In E n g la n d received a re- which in Oregon’s
fourth. If you think you have a
youth enlisted and
m a rk a h le <»v»tl«»n from th e London jsip u lace. At a recep tio n In N ew York E lih u Hoot
good cow, put her in and win aaxl ..m s ,a * „ „ 1,1 e v e n tu a lly he an e m m p le th e I ’n lted S ta te s w ould he glad to follow ; first picture*, o f H u ssian no county will furnish more than
am az o n s reach th is c o u n try . J a p a n w ill c o n tin u e in th e w ar for th e sam e p rin cip les th e I ’n lted S ta te s seek s w as th e
enough to winter her^
three men to the first,5 per cent.
in .-.sag e V iscount la h il. head o f J a p a n « m ission, b ro u g h t to A m erica. T h e g o v ern m en t com m ittee to re g u la te th e w heat
The hoard is negotiating for supply
The boards w*-re instructed that
Is hcn.l.-d l.y H a r ry A «¿artleld, son of th e fo rm e r p resid e n t. A rth u r H en d erso n wa* forced to resign
either an aeroplane or balloon and Lloyd (ie o rg e * c a b in e t w hen he ba.-k,si B ritish l a l w in Its d em an d to a tte n d th e S to ck h o lm i-eace conferen ce. from cooks were pre-eminently desired
one or the other will probably
on the first levy and that men of
make daily flight.*.
military7 experience were preferred.
Hoffman Will Build
The Browning Amusement com
The original orders, which were
A .G . H'JTman, who owns the
pany will he here with a Ferris
countermanded last week, were
Corl building, on Pacific avenue,
wheel and Merry-Go-Around and j
, for the mobilization of 30 per cent
a- well ns the lot adjoining on the
other amusement promoters are
September 5. Owing to an antici
Oregon Agricultural Col < ge.
According to Sunday’s Oregon
ea<t, is having plans drawn for
inquiring about rates.
pation of congested traffic at that
Corval s, Aug. 28. — Cultivated
One day of the fair will be d* s- lands make an excellent place for the removal of the east wall and ian, Harry and Charles Wescott, time, orders were received for the
ignated patriotic day and all old the sowing ol fall cereals There its extension to the lot line on Henry Scott, Hiram Scott, jr.. lesser number. The second mob
soldiers and sailors will he ad are thousands of acres of land in Council street. In due time he Herman Hammel and George ilization will call 40 per cent of
mitted free. Governor Withy- Oregon that have been sown to will ask for bids for the work of Spillman of Gaston and vicinity the quota on September 19, and
combe has promised to be here on coin, beans, etc. that will produce making the present building one and Ernest Milter of Portland the third , will assemble 40 per
that day to make a speech and fall cereals very profitably.. The 50x70 feet, wi;h modern front, I were arrested on Sain creek last cent on October 3. The remain
other good speakers will he on the expense of plowing is eliminat'd, with floor brought to the sidewalk week by Game Warden George ing 15 per cent will be called when
disking with a harrow being all level.
Russell, charged with hunting
that is necessary.
with docs. The men are al
Mrs Gregg, who operates a
M. R Johnson has been elected
Routings for the first and sec
The fall sown or earlv spring
treasurer in place of H. E Ferrin, planted crops are the surest of restaurani in the Corl budding, leged to had one deer and six ond calls are complete and the
who resigned to enlist in the train bringing re-ults. T h e seding will move to the J N. Hoffman dogs when arrested.
county boards have been instruct
should l*e finished soon hut it is huil ing, west of the picture show,; All plead not guilty to hunting ed to send the men selected
better to have the grain come up and the wooden building, until re ^ with dogsf, but Miller plead guilty
Another Pioneer ( ailed
directly to American Lake.
after the first frost in order to d o 'Cent|y occupied by A. Baldwin, is to hunting without a license and
Mrs. Martha Jane Wilson, aged away with the Hessian fly dam-
Deer Season Still Closed
leased without bonds to appear
78, passed away at the home of age. The seed sown should be offered for saleS
Salem, Ore., Aug.28.—Thedeer
Mr. Hoffman will move into the for trial *hen wanted and the
her daughter, Mrs. Hilda Steig- heavy, recleaned seed, with a good
season, which was closed
leder, Sunday, Aug. 26. after an germination percentage
The Gales Creek hunters, who by Governor Withycombe August
disking the land the grain can be his lease on his present location
illness of sevwrai months. Funeral planted in the usual way with the
were arrested a week ago Sunday. 21, to remain elo.-ed until Septem-
services were held a t the Sleig- grain drill.
have appeared and plead not
(¡ale Grange No. 282, will meet guilty, giving bonds for their ap ber 1, will remain closed indef-
leder home Tuesday, at 1 p. m.,
Wheat can he sown from Sept
inately, or until the ban is sus-
Rev. R. L. Putnam officiating. 25 to Oct. 15 on the rich well Saturday, September 1, at 10:30 pearance when wanted.
panded by the executive offices by
drained soil-.. Winter barley gives a m at the I. O O. F hall. Ev
Interment was at Scholls
Woman Dies of Burns
the terms of a proclamation issued
Deceased was horn in Holt good results on the poorer soils of eiy Grander come. Business ses
While kindling a fire at her by the Governor today.
Western Oregon and parts of sion in forenoon. Dinner at noon
county, Mo., on Dec. 7, 1828. and Eastern Oregon, where theelimate
home at Hazeldale last Thursday
Conferences between Governor
came to Oregon with her widower! is not too severe. In the poorer Lecture hour in afternoon. Roll evening. Mrs J. B. McNew7, 68,
Withycombe, Adjutant - General
mother in 1851, set tling in Dine drained regions of Western Ore call. Name an instance of in was so severely burned that she
White and others in Portland were
county. She was married in 1852 gon. gray winter oats do very well. creased frugality which you have died within a few minutes. The
for the proclamation.
and lived for some years in Yam
Loren Watkins, wife and daugh been led to practice becau-e of stove was in the basement and
One of the main reasons for the
hill county, the .husband dying ter returned Sunday from an auto patriotic m o t i v e . Methods of her husband and a son were in a
move is the fact that patrolling
there in 1903. For the past .'•even trip to Netarts, Tillamook and than by canning, by Grange men room above She used a can con
soldiers in the forests, watching
years deceased has made her home Seaside. Besides the three pas and women. Other topics of in taining gasoline and coaloil and it
for incendiary fires and their per
with Mrs. Steigleder in this city. sengers, the car (a Chevrolet) car terest will be brought up for dis- exploded
When h e r screams petrators, may, in their olive-drab
She is survived by the following ried 400 pounds of baggage ;fnd it cushion,
brought help her clothing had uniforms, be mistaken for depr
children: J C. Wilfon,The Dalles, made the trip without a puncture,
been burned from her body and an<j that fatalities might result,
Mr. Watkins says speaks
Ore.; B. M. Wilson, Caldwell,! which
room was in flames. Mr. Mc-
well for the durability of the
Mrs. Seymour Elected
Idaho; J. D. Wilson, Hebo, Ore.;j Chevrolet, to say nothing of the Miss Emma Pittman returned New’s hands were badly burned
At Saturday’s election to select
G. F. Wilson, Oaksdale, Wash skill of the driver. He says there Saturday from their auto trip to but he is not serious y injured.
C. V. Wilson, Culver, Ore.; Mrs. j were 87 camps at Netarts wheti he Crater Lake and report a most de-
The unfortunate woman had a school clerk in place of H. E.
, , ,
, , , Ferrin, resigned, Mrs. Dorothy
Hilda Steigleder, Forest Grove,
| back with them Mr» B u m p ',« . *■»«"> wonderful nerve and had
and Mrs. Eva Sargent, Calgary,
Mrs. S u s i e Matney, and attempted to extinguish the fire »fym°ur was elected receiving
Ihi« I*iiv MnnHuv niulif ™Vfh ¡daughter of G rant’s Pass, who by wrapping a quilt about her . nine votes out of a total of 16
‘ y two ^ miles this
^ c a m e for a visit with relatives.
body. The fire in the building cast* Orval Hutchens received
M rs.J. W. Sherwood, Mrs. J. George Hart,
S. Jennings, Mrs. Jennie Dixon side of Gales C i t y . Hart is
The local camp of Royal N eigh -, was quenched w i t h but little the other seven. No other busi
ness was transacted at the meet-
„.¡ii entertain the Banks damage.
and daughters. Opal and Norma, ( charged with a statutory offense
Lucile and Gladys Stocker, Eva against a 12 year-old girl and has camp in this city with a program
Mr- McNew conducts a general ing
been held to the grand jury un-1
Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. j der
at Hazeldale, which is three
$2,000 bail, which he has not
1 21, the celebration having been miles south of Reedville.
Miller and daughter, Bernice, and furnished.
The September business meet-
postponed two weeks on account; Mrs. McNew was a native of ing will be held at Langley Hall,
M is s e s Joy, Agnes and Bertha
picking. The picnic to
Aydelott will leave Saturday for Tuesday for American I^ake to have hop
been held tomorrow has also, Kentucky. A widower and two, next Tuesday, Sep, 4, at 4 p. m.
The Dalles to work in a cannery. learn more of the war game.
sons survive her.
There will be no drill.
been postponed, indefinitely.
Cultivated Lands Best
For Fall Sown (¡rain
Gathering in the
Hunters and Dogs