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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1918)
Soldiers in France
Need More Books
Restful Glasses. Dr. Semonea.
D r. Se-
Job printing—phone 821.
TANLAC at Littler’s Phar
Warranty deed and mortgage
The Pacific University a n d
blanks for sale at this office.
Rogers City libraries have re
Single buggy for sale cheap
W. J. McCready and son, Joe,
H. T. Buxton, phone 0893. 30-2* had business in Portland Tuesday. ceived requests from the Ameri
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
A dandy line of ladies’ house
New Silks! New Silks! New
dresses and aprons at Anderson’s. Silks! At A G. Hoffman & Co. quarters in Washington for more
Money to loan— Valley Realty
P H O N E 701
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Parsons of books from this community for j
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
Gales Creek were shopping in
South Main Street
Yellow Aberdeen turnip seed town Tuesday.
Forest Grove, Ore
The appeal from Washington
$1 50 per pound, at the Pacific
states that new novels and good
James McFarlane and family of
western stories, whether new or
Manning were in town a few
old, are most needed. Books bv
Dr. Darland, Chiropractic and hours Tuesday.
Zane Grey, Rex Beach, Jack Lon
Natureopath. Office at A St. &
All citizens of the City of For-
Miss Nettle Jones, milliner, was don Ralph Conner, Owen Wister
1 st Ave. N. Phone 676.
'est (¡rove are uiged to cut and
in Portland Monday, inspecting and 0 . Henry are very popular.
We deliver ice cream to any
1 remove all grass, weeds nnd oth«-r
and buying fall hats and other The Public Library announces it
part of the city. Tell it to phone
Corvallis. August 7.— Do not
rubbish from their lots und park
will receive and forward all suit
632. Ottice Shearer.
the Canada thistle to mu ing strips. During lln-se dry da\
Dr. Ward is con'inuing his
H. C. James, ex-city night-
and is prepared to answer urges the friends of the soldiers tureseed. The plants have start there is great danger of fire and f
watch, is now employed in the
calls both day and night. Office and sailors, many of whom have ed to bloom in most sections of airongly urge all of you to use ev
same capacity at the cannery.
hours, from 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to already responded most generous the state and should be cut. Im ery meuns possible to prevent the
origin a n d spread of wasteful
ly, to give more books.
Go to the Erickson garage, K. 4 p. m.
mediate action will -ave thous- fires.
of P. building, for your auto re
The communication received by ands of do|,ar8 to Oregon and wm
We have just received ¡x new
GEO G PATERSON,
pairs, accessories, tires, gas and
Libraries from the Washing-'
. . . . ..
assortment of House Dresses.
Come in and see our large line,
The Express prints butter wrap-
L. T. Sills a n d f a m i l y of our prices are right. A G. Hoff
seas. The supply is nearly ex- . ‘ rle'd« overrun with thistles pers with non-ttoisonous ink.
Thatcher were in town Saturday, man & Co.
hausted, a n d several hundred | s“ ou*,i *,e plowed -deep enough
spending some of their hard-
Lannes Pogue, attached to the thousand moie will be needed
t,4™.OVt!r '^ e 'P0 * mat,’’ aaya j
ammunition train at Camp Fre soon by the six dispatch offices;
*• »hochan, assistant professor j Notice i» hereby give» that the un
See the Round Oak wood and mont, California, visited his par which are now shipping books to ° ‘ farm crops in th»* Oregon A^ri- : dersigned ha* been appointed by the
coal range, with or without gas ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pogue, France. The books are packed at cultural College "After 1 he roots I <’<>unty Court of Washington County.
plate attachment, at the Gordon rom Sunday till today.
>hese dispatch offices in strong
exposed to the killing action '
san* the land should be daly qualified as such;
Mrs. A. McKay returned Fri
preferably w i t h a | Now Therefore, .11 parson. having
Dr. Chas. Hines is the latest to day from an eight-week vacation a bookcase.
join the Chevrolet ow’ners, having at Newport
They go on the decks of trans-! 5,Prlni* looth (»arrow, rare being c laim« HKHinat «aid entat« are ht*r«*tjy
S h e reports the
I • taken not to infest Other p aces in required to present the same to me,
purchased a “ Baby Grand” from weather ideal at the time she left, ports, in cargo vei I*
with pro|*r vouchers, «1 the l.w office
Joe A. Wiles last week.
on ,he fi,ld hy dra*8in8 the roots of H. T. Bagley in Hillsboro, Oregon,
but the first part of her stay was naval vessels. Those
the decks of
within six jnonth. from date hereof.
1 transports are open (m r uninfested areas. ^
Mr. and Mrs. George Purcell of not so pleasant.
Dated this July 1H, 1918.
Chilicothe, M o., are visiting the
Judge Tucker of Portland has
M ARTIN 8C H W A L L ,
Morris and Good families, former sentenced George and Robert Cox,
neighbors in old Missouri.
If the e are any farmers or fruit
confessed burglars, to serve from
H. T. B A G L E Y , Attorney.
A fine assortment of NuBone one to two years in the peniten in the cases and delive ed to the growers in this section who need
and College Girl corsets and nov tiary, but they were paroled to proper officials in France.
Notice o f Sheriff’s Ssle
help, they may secure same by ap
elty wTaists a t Mrs. Richards’ their mother during good behav
is hereby given thst by virtue
In France, the books are dis plying to R. W. Reder, secretary
ior. The boys hail from Gaston.
Novelty Shop, Pacific avenue.
of an execution, judgment order, de-
tributed by an experienced Lib of the Forest Grove Commercial
j <*ree and order o f sale, issued out of
Rev. A. B. Patten spoke to the rarian. representing the Am rican
Picnic packages, paper plates,
and under the seal of the Circuit
paper napkins, p a p e r towels,
Library association. Most of them
Men, women and children who j Court o f Washington County, Oregon,
Thermos bottles, in fact every
go to Y M C. A Red Cross and ;desire w-ork on the farms or in
thing for your outing at Littler’s mond in the evening and next balvation Army huts, hospitals the orchards are also invited to to me directed and dated July 30, 1918,
! upon a judgment rendered and entered
Sunday evening he speaks at
in said Court on J u l y 19, 1918,
J. S. Thompson returned Thurs- Camp Lewis. Having two sons to chaplains and officers
is no charge for this service, only I m favor o f George Kleni, plaintiff, and
da*y from a visit with relatives at
a desire to get th work and work against Chancey Barney, Bessie V.
DesMoines, Shelton a n d other e-ted in the spiritual welfare of
ers together in order that food ' Barney and Hast Side Slabwood Com
Washington points. He looks well the soldiers
may he saved for the nation and pany, a corporation, defendants, for
R D. Baldwin and family ar
its oveisea forces.
the sum o f $700.00, with interest at the
Buy your groceries, fish, veg rived Friday by auto from Mar
C. M. Fowler, a special repie- rate o f 7 per cent per annum from
Corvallis, August 7.— The prune
etables and second-hand house shall. Minn , to visit with the H.
January 1, 1917. and the sum of $75.00
hold goods of the Economy store N. Robinson family, Mrs. Robin root borer is causing a heavy drop sentative of the Oregon E ectric attorney's fees and the costa and dis
railway, was in the city Tuesday,
Dodge bldg., cor. 3d street and son being Mr. Baldwin’s sis er. ,
of prunes by girdling the trees ¿^ ¡n ^ shippers to try to get ship- bursements herein taxed at $18.50 and
near the ground and shutting off ments in as early as possible, to I the costs of and upon said writ, and
Miss Pearl Hall left Thursday employed on the Forest Grove the sap when it is most needed ^ ei)d that (here might not be a commanding me to make sale of the
day for a month’s visit at Tacoma. Press and he has a number of ac The damage being done the crop congestion of fi eight during the following-described real property, to-
Mrs. Hall accompanied her daugh quaintances here who were glad is estimated to be 10 percent ol wjn^.r months. Agent Farm-r is wit;
ter as far as Portland, returning to again shake his mitt. He is the total. Not only 1 * the crop .d „0 urKjng th** business men to
All of Isit numbered Thirty-two (32)
now superint> ndent of a big print
in the BKUGGKK TRACT, containing
ing plant at Marshall and is tak
this line. This request comes, | 10 acres, more or less, and situated in
Go to F A. Moore’s store, cor ing a six weeks’ vacation. They being.killed outright
ner Pacific Avenue and Third left yesterday for the beach.
Much of the damage from this originally, from the government, section 17. T. 1 N. R. 1 W . o f the Will.
street, for up-to date hair cuts,
insect can be prevented by coat- which is anxious to give the pub- j Mer., according to the duly recorded
and shaves Also ice cream, cold
Enjoyed His Vacation
i ng' he trunks and base of the lie good service and can onlv do plat of said BRUGGER TRACT, said
drinks and lunches. Phone 181. | Uncle Sam Walker, the pioneer trees with a whitewa-h made o f ! s0 with the co-op: ration of the ! land being in Washington County, Ore
Frank Saunders, who has been shoemaker, doesn't take a vaca- 50 pounds of stone lime, 1 pound shippers.
I will, on Saturday, August 31, 1918,
Paris green or dry lead arsenate,
with the Allen hardware store for tion very often, but when he does, 5 gallons concentrated lime sul-
st 10 o’clock A. M., at the south door
10 IOC HUMIC
the past year, has gone bar k to
g er8 about as much out of his phur, one-half pint blackleaf
I wish to call your attention to j of the Court house, in Hillsboro, Ore
the Hartrampf flour
“ 40,” and 1 pound glue dissolved the fact that your “ Hand Fxlin- gon, sell at public auction (subject to
store, wherd he will be in rhe layoff as anybody. He returned in
hot water. Slake the lime and gu sher” may be loaded with gas-! rtdemPtion) to the highest bidder for
; Monday night from his first v a
the ingredDnts separately, oline or kerosine. Have it tested cash
' u“h in hand, **"
*k - right,
- - u* title
*■*' and J
cation in three years, spent with
interest which the within named de
The Chevrolet business has his son, Raleigh, and family, at Mix to a good thick paint and at once.
fendants. and each of them had on
grown to such proportions in this , Lapine, Klamath county.
apply with a brush, taking partic-
W . J. R. BEACH.
12, 1915, the date of the mortgage
vicinity that Joe Wiles, the local
One day while Sam was at ular care to cover the bark thor-
dealer, finds it necessary to en Raleigh’s th" latter cranked up his oughly, advises A. B. Black spec I In remitting for a year s sub herein foreclosed, or since said date
large his supply department, so Ford and took his wife, father ial federal fie d agent at O. A. C. scription, Mrs. Almeda Dixon had in and to the above described real
asks that the Express come to h r property, or any part thereof, to satis
he is having h i s quarters re and a neighbor, Mi-s Rein kens,
Order your winter’s supply of atGa'ibaldi, instead of Wheeler, fy said execution, judgment order and
fourteen miles, to Davis creek,
Chas Maddox, wife and three on a fishing excursion. T h e y coal now of t h e Forest Grove where she has been for several decree, interest, costs and accruing
Planing Mill; phone 0232 30-tf i month*.
children of Portland were the caught 35 nice trout, aggregating
Dated this August 1, 1918.
guests of the C. E. Roy family 43 pounds in weight, some of the
GKO. A L E X A N D E R .
Saturday and on Sunday the two fish being 18 inches in length,
Sheriff of Washington County, Ore
families were guests at the A. B. Sam says Davis creek is a very
Caples summer camp, up Gales • interesting stream, coming out
H. T. B A G L E Y , Attorney.
First pub. Aug. 1; last, Aug. 29.
1 from under a big ledge of rock in
Writing to Chas. O. Roe from a volum- four feet deep and al-
the Presidio. San Francisco, Dud most twenty f e e t wide. The
DR. H. C . FO RTN ER
ley Knapp says he finds army life water is ice cold and comes out of
very interesting and the Presidio the hillside with a loud rdar
DR. Hi. W . VOLLM ER
and very modern place. He men : is supposed to come from a lake,
tionsJohn J Boos of the Hay- j high up on the mountain, in the
ward district as his side-kick and lava b*-ds.
In First National Bank Building
says they expect to leave very i Sam says Miss Reinken is a
shortly for Camp Meade, M ary-j real western girl and can give
most of the men pointers in fish-
After their regular meeting last >nF. bunting and trapping.
D. D. & M. B. B U M P
Friday night, the Royal Neigh-j Mr Walker has decided to leave
Attorneys at Law
bors enjoyed a short program and his homestead, temporarily, to get
social session, the program con- some of the good wages offer* d
Loans and Real Estate
sisting of the singing of “ The mechanics in Portland, and will
D D. BUMP.
M. B. BUMP,
Star-Spangled Banner” by the move Mrs Walker and the little
lodge, a reading by Mrs. Graham, daughter to their cottage in this
10c a pouch— and worth it
a vocal duet by Mesdames Emer- c i t y . T h e government allows
son and Benfer, a song by Mrs. homesteaders c r e d i t on (heir
Gfaoalylaata ao muchlongarit cotta
Sears and a reading by Mrs. Em- homesteading period while they
J N . HOFFMAN
n o mora to chaw than ordinar v plag
erson. The members present are are absent, if they work for the
coneratulating themselves on at- government, so Raleigh can be
Attorney At I„aw
P. B. Gravely T ob acco Company
tending this meeting and those earning good wages and serving
Patent Office Business Solicited
absent are said to have missed a time on his claim at the same
N O TES A N D P E R SO N A L S
H. T. GILTNER
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Swat That Canada
Thistle Right Now
Want Help or a Job?
Oregon Prune Crop
Is Being Damaged
"Which do you want
for your 10c—ordi
nary plug or lasting