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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1918)
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(By W. J. It. Iti-m h)
D r. Se-
Ttie time may rum« when rank disloy-
; moues’ Glasse».
«'nn piny Into the Kaiser'« blo<Mi |
TANLAC at Littler’» Phar-
V\ hen hiaaing snakes, o f high or low '
Mr. and Mrs. John Heisler of
Gales Creek town were shopping
in Forest Grove Monday.
H. T. GILTNER
Mrs W. R. Ives of Vancouver
was in this city on business -ever-
al days this week.
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Y<*llow Aberd«*en turnip n«-«*d
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
Mr-. G. H. Baldwin and two
( no spread iiiMidloijM venom over the 1 $1 50 per pound, at the Pacific
1 their outing at Newport.
And yet may come the fateful d a y '
Order your winter’s supply of
Mr. L. Purcell is one of the G
P H O N E 701
coal now of t h e Forest drove A R. veterans who hâve been at
Who hear the brand o f trenaon in the
Planing Mill; phone 0282 30-tf
tending the Encampment this
South Main Street
Forest Grove, Ore
May trembling aland with hacks against
George (i. Hancock, real es
tate, farm loans and fire insur
Charles Dickson of Portland
While firing a<|uad in front await the ance, new Anderson block.
50 ! visited his mother in this city
Reeves Visits Forest Grove
Whea Ionic forhearinic hand of Juatlce
Mr. Max M • Keeher of this
J R Reeves who onprutM p
next suit you buy. Come in and
On I ue^day Mr.
Mrs. W. city and Miss Mildred H Scobee farm south of Corneliu- and who
With i-ruahlng, vengeful weij(ht upon
¡F. Schultz and Mr. and Mrs of 973 East lOih street North, was one of the best sheriff- this
tnen.— A. G Hoffman & Co.
Charles Ruhe of Omaha drove in Portland, were married last Sun- county ever had> was in* town Ust
vTs\rr«i w, . _. g .................
i Jim McGill, Clarence Kelsey the Schultz car to Albany.
day afternoon at 4 o clock, the Monday. Mr. Reeves is planning
NO 1 ES AN I) PERSONALS and Ha v y It Idwin, who are
Miss Vesta Greer returned last officiating clergyman bettig Dr to ^ sheriff again
. . .
employed in Portland, visited Monday evening from the Pacific Bates of the Pacific Lniver Hy. are glad of it and are predicting
A dandy line of ladies house their families in th** city Sunday. beaches. wh<re she spent her va 1 he wedding was a quiet one, the 1 that if he puts up a good fight he
dresse* and aprons at Anderson’s,
guests being only the closestj will have a regular walk-away
Grant Hughe-, and family and cation.
( Money to loan Valley Realty Mi and Mrs Frank Gordon left i "
friends and relatives.
Mr. F. W Schultz of Mitchell,
The number of men and women
Mr. Lester Jones well known in
, F'iday for an over Sunday trip to Or<- , arrived Sunday for a visit
I ,o.st—-Amethysi brooch. I>*ave i Newport
(his city and vicinity that are
with relatives in this city
at Kxpress offii-e and receive re-
the week in Portland is
Miss Helen Hughe-, of r«>rt- plans ;o stay f6r two or three
for enumeration. Of
land, was ihe guest of her moth
letreshments w e r e ; course, the attraction are the
Those little readers in the Kx- er. Mrs M. M. Hugh»«, the last
A If red H M- ek, who recently served.
meetings of the G. A. R. and W.
press are money-makers for the of the week
Came here from Saskatchewan,
Mr. Reeher is one of our best1 * ’
Dr Ward is con inuing his purchased on Monday a fine new
, Litllf r’ d? ugh’ er of our
Mrs Mary Sm'th, of Portland.1 practice and is prepared to answer Maxwell touting car' fmm M q young men He graduated from
" th e Leland Stanfor«! University
known druggist, will leave in
visited friends in the city the first calls both day and night
Office Allen, the hardwa
two weeks for Richvilie,
of the week.
i hours, from 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to
Claude Davis is again at a
i . been a field man in the service ol
B. K. L.M ont was out from 4 p. m.
Moore’s Pacific avenue store, af- the Ag'¡cultural Depa tment, with -school during the coming year,
Portland the las of the week
The writer has a friend in Seat ter
o r p.-nd
■> nding a week with his folks headquarters at thestation in inis Miss Littler is a graduate of the
tie, a banker, Mr. R. W. Green at New heig and a week in the cit\. Waiving exemption he has btate Agricultural College at Cor-
i-nlisted for the Great Adventure val I is.
Wanted: A young woman to by name. Mr Green has a sis mountains
work, good wages. Addiess X, ter in Forest Grove. W»* should
the water. He expects to
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Littler and
A. Henry of Bandon, Coos
like to know the name of the lady
caie of the Express.
returned from Tillamook
County, one of the G A. R. ve
evening They report
Mr-. I. H. Smith is attending
People jvho purchase their terans, is-pending the week with
Mrs. Reeher will continue her had roads and rainy weather.
the W R. C convention held in monuments of Lewi» & Co , Hills his old fri«nd, Mr. Parkins, of
Portland this week.
boro, save the commission usually this city. They both are attend studies in Pacific University this —
Notice o f Sheriff’« Sale
We deliver ice cream to any paid t«j agents, as this firm deals ing the Encampment at Portland fall. She is a senior in the insti-
is hereby given that by virtue
part of the city Tell it to phone
monunn-niH guaranteed satisfac received
ceived a a card
632. Ottice Shearer.
from their son an
adapted to become the light of a cree
j out of
o * f —
Mr . J. E. Tumbleson and two
Joseph Bucher, for many years He, by the way, is a graduate of over and her husband shall return Court o f Washington County, Oregon,
children left SatU'day for a two
a resident of the B inks section, the Annapolis Naval Academy
w -eks’ visit at Wheeler.
to me directed and dated July 30, 1918,
but now a re»ld«*nt of the Soldieis’ and ha now climb'd through var
upon a judgment rendered and entered
J W. Frisbie and wife departed home, at Roseburg. visited Forest ious ranks to the position of
in said Court o n J u l y 19, 1918,
Monday for ;.n extended visit in Grove friends Monday, enroute Lit u tenant-Commander.
in favor o f George Kieni, plaintiff, and
Nebraska and Iowa.
to the G. A. R. encampment at
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Go to the Erickson garage, K. Portland.
first came lo Forest Grove, the f>arney and East Side Slabwood Com
of P. building, for your auto re
Mr. Leroy Buinworth of this retiring
editor is is goii.
gol g g to
to a ask
ar,y' ,a ,a corporation,
The Express prints butter wrap
pairs, accessories, tires, gas and
city and Miss Geneva Story of friends
e d itor un-
with interest at th
Pa.-co, Wash., wi re man tied last i|| he gets his bearings. If each rate
P*r cent Pe r annum fror
Saturday at Vancouver Wash, subscriber
The L elies Aid of the Metho
up the E x- ^anuary U 4®47, and the sum o f $75.0
The weliding was a quiet one, p,-..*., office (phone 821; once a attorney’s fees and the costs and dis
dist church h. ld a -uccessful meet
being a tended by but a few of vv«-ek, say Mondav, Tuesday or bursements herein taxed at $18.50 and
ing t the Parsonage last Wednes
the closest fri» nils of the high Wednesday, and tell the editor the costs o f and upon said writ, and
sale o f the
Mr Burn- the news of his or her neighbor- commanding
- me to make -----------
American rhymesters tied with contracting parties
K M. Borgen, of Dilley.'who is indignation at German atrocities, worih is one of the most expert I hood, these subscribers would be following-described real property,
employed at one of 'he Portland are sharpening (heir shafts lor the stenographers in the state. He surprised to know what a load
shipyards, spent Sunday with (L eal Airocious One Mr. John entered the serviceof the Govern they could take off the shoulders
All o f Lot numbered Thirty-two (32)
son of this city firings in a poem ment and was sent to N w \ork of the busy edi or. Just remem- in the BRUGGER TRACT, containing
10 acres, more or less, «nu
situated i in
St»e the Round Oak wood and written by a Pennsylvania girl. soine time ago, and expecle«! to her tbftt the editor cannot know *v
coal range, with or without gas It is too long for r« p: eduction in
Mer., according to the duly record»
plate attachment, at the Gordon
s tenographer and sent him back to ; visit o* entertain company unless p!a^ said BRUGGER TRACT, sai<
Haul ware Store.
LET HIM LIVE
Portland, where he now has head >ou tell him. So take pity on a land being in Washington County, Ore
A fine assortment of NuBone As long as the (towers their perfume quarters His duty it is to take stranger and don’t be so stingy gon.
I will, on Saturday, August 31, 1918,
down thesp eches of the orators about the news you know. And
and College Gi I corsets and nov give,
seni out by the Government and when you meet the new editor, at 10 o ’clock A. M.. at the south dooi
elty waists a t Mrs. Richards’ So long I ’d let the Kaiser live;
Live and live for a million years
to prepare the same for publica say “ Hello" to him; make him o f the Court house, in Hillsboro, Ore
Novelty Shop, Pacific avenue.
With nothing to drink but ‘Belgian lion.
feel like you were glad he cume to gon. sell at public auction (subject t<
A special collection was taken
The bride lived in Pa-co many Fores Grove. If you do this, redemption) to the highest bidder foi
last Sunday morning in the Meth With nothing to quench his awful
years. Last year she spent in he’ll be glad he came. From cash in hand, all the right, title anc
About $75 was
interesi which the within naqped de
raised to be applied on the church But the salted brine o f a Scotchman's Sea1 tie, wh'-re she attended col what the writer has seen of Mr. fendants, and each o f them had or
lege. She is well fitted to make a Rawson. he has no hesitation is
and inspiring helpmate recommending him and his family June 12, 1915, the date of the mortgage
I would let him live on a dipper each
Picnic packages, paper plates,
to the people of Forest Grove. herein foreclosed, or since said date
for her husband.
above described real
paper napkins, p a p e r towels,
peupie, as you had in and to the -------
Mr and M«-s. Burn worth will Be
Served with things on a golden tray,
have been to the retiring editor ProPe »’ty> r,r any part thereof, to satii
Thermos bottles, in fact every
Served with everything but things to make their home in Portland. ____ i t ___:i..
! , fv
fy said execution.
thing for your outing at Liltler’s eat.
They will visit friends in Forest
W. C . Benfer.
And I’d build him a castle by the sea. Grove next Sunday.
Buy your groceries, fish, veg As lovely a castle as ever could be;
Dated this August 1, 1918.
etables anti second-hand house Then I'd show him a ship fr o ii over
hold good of the Economy store
Sheriff o f Washington County, Ore
Dodge bldg., cor. 3d street and As fine a ship as ever could be,
H. T. BAG LEY, Attorney.
Laden with water cold and sweet.
\ 1 A n / l o o
, .« r ,w
Poets Sticks Pins
In Kaiser’s Carcass
When a man gets to wanting
real tobacco comfort and
lasting quality he can go
straight to Real Gravely
Chewing Plug every time.
Remember, friends, you must Laden with everything good to eat.
pay in advance to get the Express Yet scarce does she touch the silvered
at one dollar per year. The reg
may he reach out his eager
ular price is $1 50. We jmy you
50c to collect fiom yourself.
Go to F A. Moore’s store, cor
ner Pacific Avenue and Third
street, for up-to «late hair cut-
and shaves Also ice cream, cold
drinks and lunches. Phone 181
M r. and Mrs Charles Ruhe of
Omaha, Nebraska, arrived last
week for a visit in the Schultz
home. Mr. Ruhe is a brother of
Mrs. Schultz’ . They are very
favorably impressed with this
country and with our climate.
When they left Omaha the weath
er was perfectly torrid; arrived
here, everything was balmy and
as near celestial as t hings mundane
ever get. They think, therefore,
that they will stay here for some
Than a hot and molten shell
Should change his Heaven into Hell
And tho’ he’d watch by the wave-
Our Lusitania would rise no more.
In No Man’s Land, where the Irish
I’d start the Kaiser a private Hell,
I’d jab him, stab him, give him gas.
And in each wound I ’d pour ground
I’d march him out where the brave
Out past the lads he crucified.
In the fearful gloom o f his living tomb
There is one thing I’d do before 1 was
I d make him sing in a stirring manner
The wonderful words o f "The Star
First pub. Aug. 1; last, Aug. 29.
DR. H. C. FORTNER
DR. H. W. VOLLMER
In First National Bank Building
10c a p ou ch —and worth it
G ravely lasts so m uck longer it costs
no more to cheta than ordinary plug
P. B. C r iT ilj Tobacco Company
Dan villa, Virginia
D. D. & M. B. BUMP
Attorneys at Law
Loans and Real Estate
D. D. BUMP,
; Forest Grove,
i Phone 444
M. B. BUMP,
Offices -H ILLSBORi
N . HOFFMAN
Attorney At Law
Patent Office Business Solicited