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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1918)
A Soldier’s Letter
Somewhere in France.
■ T h e 0 u g l e ( \ l l -
July 28, 1918.
Summon* all the forces and resource» of the Republic to
Dear Home Folks:
the drfrnte of Freedom
Through our membership in the Federal Reserve
Well. 1 expect it seems like a
THE OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
System we are in a strong position to help our pa
long tiqie since you received any
which the United State* authorise* have ranked a* one of llie
trons carry live stock which they are raising or fat
fifteen distinguiilird institution* of the country for excellence in
word from me but we certainly
military traiiiiiiK, ha* responded to the call. The College is
tening for future sales.
have been having som • busy time.
distinguished not only for its military instruction, but
If you contemplate raising or fat
We had a beautiful trip over with
D is t in u u isio t) At.ao sox
tening live stock for market;come
courses for men and for women:
I it AitrifiiltMtr,'('outturn«, Initmrciiini. Koi«»try
' f id c r a l r i s e r v i
I loin© F.coiMMukt' Mima*, I’haim aty, anJ
speak of. The weather was fine
Vocation«! KJ m at ion.
and the ocean was very calm and
Its wholesome, purposefu I student life.
Its democratic college spirit.
there was lots of moonlight
Its successful graduates.
We were treated very fine on
enrolled last year, 34 $]; stars on its service flags, ia$ 8 ,
board and had lots to eat and
over forty percent representing officer*.
O F F IC E R S A N D D IR E C T O R S
were served in the most elegant
R. JOHNSON, P res.
CHRIS PETERSON, V. P.
College o pens S ep tem b er 23, 1918
manner. We had our four o’clock
A. J. DEMOREST, C ashier,
J. E. LOOMIS
ctu lo a,
Illustratel Booklet. snJ other i»(urinelion «rite to the Keautrar, C'nrt alii.,
tea and seven-course dinner ev
ery day and as there were three
Two Farms Sold
A Rig Fish; a Truthful Man
Better vision Glassts. Dr. Se-
bands on board we had music at Window
n , «v a
Within the last week H. T
hu»sod of hi* five fine and little
The Book Store is headquarters passed the acid test for truthful in some style We had very nice
for all the latest popular music. • ness.
He brought home a huge stateroom-, in fact travelled first The pictures of all the hoys thi'<i acre*, to Alfred H. Meek
Oh. Gir-ruls! Have you seen 35-pound
Tillamook salmon trou* class. The transport was about who have left this vicin ty torn The farm is located just outside
the Coveralls for ladies and child last Wednesday
and frankly stated
feet lontr with rlook^ hoairb. »w «ervice in o»e or another of ,,f the north city limits Mr
ren at Anderson’s store?
he did not catch it hut that he 600
the fighting depart ments of Uncle i Meek comes to us from Sakutrh-
Mrs. William Barker suffered a bought the fi-h. Such standards tneno.ti.
service are di-play* d this »ewan. Canada, where he recently
stroke of paralysis last Friday of truthfulness de-erve piaise from Our trip in Engl inti was the Sam’s
(he windows of (lit* well sold a large truct of lint* wheat
press and pulpit. What a fine most interesting thing I ever did. known drug
and is still quite ill.
Mr. Meek, on seeing For-
of skill and sagacity Mr. as it is such a different country neL& Keder firm of Van Rough-; land.
For the coming cool days buy a story
was area ly impressed
kh ki colored, sleeveless, slip-over Abbott might have concocted in and has such different conditions Th,| Picture.s a r t* nl.ce.,y ur with our town
sweater. We have thpm for men connection with h's big fish.
and boys.—A G. Hoffman & Co.
T E. Cornelius of Gales Creek We will join
to size shape and material, being of the times. We are printing the [ tenders him a most cordial wel-
in worship with I liuilt
was in the city Monda\. T. E Congregational again
of red brick. Each home names in fu I, and have taken care come. The family consists only
in their house at has a small
and wife will soon move down to 11:00 a.m . The people
garden and yard that ' no>
any. 1 he li-t is as | of Mr. and Mrs Meek
theme will be:
Hillsboro to make their home,hav “The Missionary pulpit
On Monday a deal wu- put
Manifesto and Proc is as clean and orde ly as mother’s billows:
ing .-old their Gqjes Creek farm. lamation.”
by which Messrs. J II.
parlor. They are all surrounded ; ' A’
L. M. Graham, Forest Grove’s The closing of the season’s vesper by
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attorney, was down to Hillsboro services will be at 7:00 p. m. and in hedges of barberry and holly.! wuf^Vl Kngg» Kennani Dixon acre, of fine land on the Gales
Monday. Mr. Graham is one of clude a musical program which will be The country look- more like a w. A. Devlin
Greek road to J. A Farrell. Both
the candidates on the legislative highly enjoyable.
,small country, town as the farms j L. K. Devlin
J. R. Devlin
t h e s e transactions were put
ticket on the Republican side of
W. Pot win
thiough by the help of the Got gl
are just about the siz * of the
1‘otwin J. Vernon
yard- in Oregon but the -oil is <,uy.Ml,Nl‘,t
For a temporary expedient it is
New arrivals in coatings and Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
all right to go to Portland
suitings, such as velors, bro.d- At 11:00 a. m. there will be worship
Wm. H. Busch
for a while in the ship
cloth, all-wool khaki coating-, in our church, led by Rev. Mr. Sias, rye and potatoes ami all ga den Claire
that man shows far
serges and poplins —A. G. Hoff the Christian congregation uniting with Itiuck grow profu-ely. The hill Haruld Walker
Benjamin Andy Yost
who annexes as much
man & Co.
sides ate all laid off into plots of Floyd Tucker
Wm. M. Martin- as is reasonable of Washington
Framed Columbia highway At 7 p. m. the two congregations two or three acre- by-tone fences, Earl Waldron
County land, as the same presents
will meet again in the Congregational neat as a whistle with not a stick Clarice Cady
scenes at the Book Sto-e.
itself in this vicinity, hangs to it
Public sale bills printed at the preach on the theme, “ My Creed.” or pebble in sight. These plots W. S. Thompson Eatery LaMunt
works i as industriously and
Harley LaMunt Carl A. Davis
as he can
Misses May Cooper and E'sie God is good; (2) There is nothing wrong -mall trees similar in size to our Francis E. Taylor Julian Fenenga
It is a common thing for a
Walker returned Monday from a but sin; (2) Jesus saves; and (4) To be old boxeld^rs but they are oak Paul Abraham Guy Stockman
saved is to be like Jesus.
vacation at Rockaway beach.
Clayton A. Ciltner Francis A. Porter CHEVROLET "Four Ninety” to
A B. PATTEN. Pastor. and English poplar, mostly.
Dudley G. Knapp Uuvel twenty-five miles on a gal
We have over 100 different pat
Dr. H. R. KautTrnan Carl Con nett
terns of ginghams for children’s
lon of gasoline. There is no mys
Methodist Church Services
Clarence Steigleder Jesse Steigleder
school dresses. Make them now Sunday
9:45. Sunday School compartments for 1st, 2nd and Harry A. Williams Geo. C. Williams tery as to why it should do better
and b° prepared when -chool is the old School
Charles Robinson per gallon than other ears The
opens —A. G. Hoffman & Co. class is making a good still.
record this sum 3rd class patrons but they surely L.
J.‘ E. Lewton, Jr. valve-in head motor is designed
We a> e now prepared to supply mer. Let others follow.
on a principle so simple that any
all comers with apple and peach ! shortfcalk
Morning worship 11:00 o'cjock. A
boxes. F o re s t Grove Planing service, to which all are invited —
Handlin Lewis Munkcrs man who has ever had a hammer
30-lf stranger as well as members we are trains do not run so fast. All W.
in his hand, knows it to be the
V. R. Abraham Elmer Hamilton
all traveling the same road and have cros-ings are overhead so they J. E. Lewton
Arthur Brodersen RIGHT principle JOE WILES,
the same aim.
Distributor for Washington and
This is our first communion together
Jesse G. Sage
as pastor and congregation; let the en The people th mselves we are not Glenn
tire family be there.
Ila Ha’s Hie Away
Epworth League has something good have to save that up until later. Leo Lucas
for you; so be there at 7:00 p. m.
Ha Camp Fire girls left
Of course, the country is jus1 L. F. Williams Gale Miller
Class meeting 7:30.
Preaching at 8:00. Special message covered with manufaci uring con Irvin Turner
W. G. Harrington Grove, where th*-y train
will sojourn for
and music for the evening.
cern- and one can see smoke Everet Burnworth E. C. Hughes
Prayer service Thursday 8 p. m. st icks in all directions We havt B. R. Purdy
About 25 were present last time.
Come again and bring others.
Graham car was called into ser
JOHN H. EBERT, Pastor. will write later concerning it. So Fred Brown
vice to carty the boxes, budgets,
Pick out the soldier boy you far it res- mbles England and W. W. Graham Mark Hetrick
etc., and it was loaded to
know, step inside our store, gel really, the natural things of the Gerald Woods
the water’s edge.
his address and write him a nice, count y here are much like Ore Clarence Lenneville Encell Todd
big letter; also remember if you gon with the exception of the Harold Judd
William Lasham Herb Taylor
Help us m ik** o u r patriotic
(U. S. Food Administration License want a snapshot finished that our mountains.
display of the boys “Over
No. G 34147)
Robt. Knchede Earl Miller
by bringing us a
McRoherts Harley Watrous
picture of y o u r boys. Van
The Kodak Specialists
time the last few days in moving Chester
Emerson Julian H. Patten Koughnet & Reder, The Kodak
so much I have been able to g t Ralph
Harley W. Bennett Chas. Staley
very little -h ep but we expect to Harold Caldron Norris McKay
ice cream to any
soon be in a permanent camp Archie Ramsey Gayland Abraham part We of deliver
Te ll it to phone
Thecensor is quite strict and I James Benoit C. E. Hawke
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presume the officers who cen.-o1 Eugene Dopp
TANLAC sold only by Littlei’s
their own mail are more careful Willis Hines, killed in action in France Pharmacy.
May we have your order for that Fall Suit? going to get m ghty lone-orrv Theo. E. Lewton, lost on the Tuscania Men’s khaki dusters at Ander
We’ll guarantee you satisfaction.
here at times but the way • hing- When you strike a nail squarely son’s.
at present we hope it won’t m the head you gel the full bene
Our tailoring houses provide for you as an be ook very
long b fore We can get
individual; they make your clothes as you want b ck to good
o d U S A The fit ot the force behind the blow
handshakes and If you hit a nail a glancing blow,
them; they fit not only you, but your personality.
-mi es for all of us here and it is you dissipate much of the fotce.•
Expert cutters and careful hand-tailoring as <orrv encouragement to them to In the CHEVROLET valve-in
help at hand.
sure you a suit of unexcelled style, fit and dura -ee Will
close now with lots of love hand motor the explosion occurs
squarely on top of the piston
h ad. The enure force of the ex
The Fall Suitings are handsome fabrics, from
plosion is de.ivered to the driving
the best domestic loorfis. Select your EXCLUSIVE Ralph . Mills, 1st Lt , D. R. C. mechanism.
JOE WILES, Dis
pattern and we’ll have that Suit made to your own
348th Field Artillery.
tributor for Wa-hmgton and Col
VanKoughnet & Reder, T h e
Of New Coats and Dresses this Kodak
Specialists, w.»nt you to
week only. Open till 9 p m.
boys "Over There."
Mrs. Blanche Richards. Write them the a letter
and enclose a
Men’s Furnishings and Shoes
Job printing phone 821.
Empty dry goods boxes for Illinois Pure Aluminum Ware
sale at the Book Store.
32 at the Gordon Hardware Store.
Helping You With Your Livestock
The First National Bank
SUITS ML to Measure
C. E. ROY & CO.