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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View This Issue
Cif? IPnrr»t (irmi? îExpmiH
Published every Thursday at F onst Grove, Oregon.
- James P. Rawson, Editor and Publisher.
Entered as second-class matter Jan. 12, 1916. at the ihm
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879
Paid in advance
One year ...„_____
Six months ____ _ .
Mr. »ml Mr«. L. W. Barker of Nor
ton« Kansas, are visiting friends »ml
relatives here. They are likely to settle
in this county.
Mrs. J. A. loiter has received word
• hat her nephew, Frederick CotTeen,
who enlisted from McMinnville, has
suffered a fractured arm while doing
trench work in France.
The Book Store is headquarters
for all the latest popular music.'
The Main Street
has the largest and best-
housed stock of Building
Materials in Washington
E. B. Sappington recently celebrated
his 58th birthday. Mr. Sappington is a
idistiict and present to such regis native of Washington county and haa
tration officer her registration been county treaaurer for several years.
card for the purpose of having en C. E. Ruckle of Long Beach, Cal., is
dorsed thereon by such registra in this city. Mr. Ruckle lived here sev
tion officer the change of residence. eral years ago. and owned the I’otwin
A German alien female who de place in the southeast part of town.
He has been in eastern Oregon this
sires to change her place of resi summer,
working in the hay tields.
dence to a place of residence with
Blanche Blair celebrated her 14th
in another registration district birthday at her home in the Carnation
FO R EST GROVE, OREGON
must obtain a permit. Such Ger- set tion August 20th, ami invited 14 of
man alien female must present her little friends to help her enjoy the
herself to the registration officer oct‘a8'on* Games w ere played by the :
of the district in which she resides young people, and a delicious lunch was
Opens Fall Campaign
served by the hostess. A birthday cake
and make application for the per- with candles was one of the pleasant
Last F'iday K. O Stevenson of
mit on a form supplied by the features of the occasion.
Forest Grove, the Democratic
candidate for County Judge, was
registration officer, and present Jas. G. Young, wife and baby ar
interviewing Beaverton voters
her registration card to the regis
By -W J. K B each
cupying the House residence in South
tration officer for the purpose of Forest Grove. They came from their i The self appointed obstruction and m ide the Times office a short
|call. He h is a rather taking motto
having the permit of change of former home at Medora, North Dakota
ist to the cause of good roads in urn hi« card. He says: “ Will try
residence endorsed upon he- reg by automobile, and enjoyed the trip
Oregon m ay well ah-orb the ¡to make good.“ Most of our
very much. Mr. Young was here last
thought expressed by the late Li
A change of residence in viola- spring, and traded his farm in N orth' bert Hubbard who said “ Road candidate-a e so positive that it
Dakota for the D. V. Buell farm in the
is refreshing to find one who is
tion of the Regulations subjects Watts section. He says of all the
willing to try. Perhaps it is be-
|;en enemy, among other country they saw coming ont, they like
an a ai'en
lic bei le rm en t in which m n can icause the Judge has had one try
penalties, to arrest and detention
Copeland & McCready
* This paper has eniistod
with the government in the
>f A l m erica
CONDENSE» NEWS NOTES
Siys a Government bulletin:
“ The Allies were literally held to-
gether through the spring and
summer through the success of
the wheat saving campaign
ti id more to give them comfort
and courage than any other one
thing until the tide turned last
month. It did more than any
other performance to establish
American credit until our troops
took part in the second battle of
the Marne. Once more we are
called upon to share with those for the period of the war.
who sit at the common table. It
1 he registration officers who
is a challenge to our war condi
acted in the registration will con
tions, to our humanity, to our !
tinue to act as registration officers
chivalry and to our loyalty to our
for the purpose -fated inre pect
brave 5nd long suffering allies.
to permits for ch mgeof residence
Be sparing in the use of sugar.
The United States Marshal.
Notice to German Women
Portland, has a supply of change
re-idenee blanks in his office for
The U. S Government, asks us
to the Chief Regis
to publish the following notice:
United States Marr-hal, G. F. trars (Chief of Police) in cities of
Alexander refers German alien over 5,000 population, according
females to the following important to the 1910 cen-us; and o the
requirement, governing the change Postmaster- (Assistant Registrars)
of residence of German alien fe in communities having a popula
tion of le.-s than 5,000 according
the 1910 census.
A German alien woman chang
ing her place of residence to an
Warranty deed and mortgage
other place within the same regis blanks for sale at this office.
tration district shall immediately
Mrs. J. Tumbleson and two daugh-
report such change to the regis tars, Mida and Veta, visited with rel
tration officer of the registration atives at Wheeler recently.
SALEM, September 23-28
Splendid exhibits; daily lectures
and demonstrations on food pro-
ductons and conservation; high
class - amusements; attractions
and entertainments, an excellent
racing card; ideal camping
grounds; and the best of accomo
dations for both exhibitors and
A. H. LEA, Secretary, Salem. .
« r ky*»:"v"jrf3
Good Roads as
A ter attending the encamp
meat, Mr and Mrs. A. C Leabo
of Oak and, O e , in company with
their son, R. H. Lea ho and wife,
tnotoi d out from Portland, visit-
ed w. h the f^niiy of Mrs. Pal
rick. A so visited the >cenes of
iheir o d horn - in Scuggin Valley,
Wilbur K. Newell of Portland,
formerly of Gaston, has left for
Washing on, D C., to confer with
food udm inisfation officials.
Even as we write there are signs
of better things. Holland today i-
askin^ for six thousand dairy co /li
to take the places of tho,e which
their recent feed shortage com
pelled them to sacrifice. Germany
i- now almost without dairy herd-,
and France, Denmaikand Eng
land are not much better situated.
None of these demands can now
be met by us because of lack of
available ships, but the lime is
coming after the war when the
bottom - may be haa (fonthe wai
will leave us with a magnificent
merchant m irinej; then the dairy
man having good stock for sale
will be in a most enviable position.
If what we -ay about the situ
tion abroad i- true, th-n it is
plain tha dairy stock and dairy
pioducts will continue' at a good
price for -om ■ years to come It
takes three years to bring a cow
to the producing point and it wi
take much longer lor the Euro
pean countries to entirely restore
their h rds. And in the mean
time our dairymen should be sup
plying their markets with both
breeding stock and dairy produce.
It is your privilege, Mr. Dairy
man, to be among the favored
few, if you only hold on through
the present flurry and buiid up a
Another favorable omen is to be
seen in the state of the condensed
miik industry. The recent stag
nation in t h e condensed milk
market has almo-t wholly disap
peared, and their product is now
moving readily at an advanced
p ice. The Sunrise Company at
! North Bend has been reopened by"
Seattle interests. The factory at
Scio ha- re umed operations under
new management, and the Holly
Milk anrf Cream Company at
Amity is preparing to resumu ac
tivity.—State Dairy a n d Food
engage; battleships are c >njec- at this office that he is not so
t t al. libraries are u-ed by a few,
confident as some of the neo-
universitie are not for the many, ¡phytis J u d g e Stevenson first
bu* good roads are a pleasure, sat
¡«faction and profit to everybody came to Washington county in
¡n (he vicinity an have an im- 1859 and has been a continuous
mediate effeef, not otdy on the resident of the county, engaged
health but also on the cost ol in farming and fruitgrowing since
the days when he finished school.
It might be un-afe to say that | six >’eurs a«° ht? was appointed to
whenevei the road are good the ^ oul
um-xpired term of
morals are good or that bad roads *hJ,lg" ^ well and for two years
the office to which he n >w
are a sure indication of bad moia's j
among the people living beside aspires. He filled the office of
them, There would, however, be state game warden for a term be
little ri-k in assuming that excel tween 8 and 12 years ago, so
lent highways aie conducive to he is not new to public office He
right living and to intelligent re has a pleasing personality, brings
experience and sound business
k'ariJ ior the b,‘,t that enlightened
success before voter«, and with
A road i« always a thing of in hi-modest, yet altogether cheer*
fluence. From the cow path up ful -logan, we are willing to pre
to the duubl track railway t very dict th5t he will make an inter
line of habrual movement marked esting race for the olfiee he seeks.
out by man and his domestic am! — Beaverton Time«
commercial agents i« a register of
civilization from which history
Neal C. Jamison, in the Exten
may be safely reconed. Thrift sion Service of he Agriculture
and Hucces- naturally flow over and Home Economics depait-
ment, with office at Hillsboro, has
the smoothest and shortest route. resigned.
He ha« already left to
Wherever a broad, solid and attend t h e Officers' Tiaining
well graded tho ouuhfare cros es a Camp f o r t h e l h a v y Artill* ry at
country it is quite sure to be Camp Zachur> Taylor, Louisville,
thickly lined on either side with K< ntucky. He say.« in closing
letter to u«t “ I take this op
■he results of intelligent and pros hi«
portunity of expressing my wish«*s
perous labor, beautiful homes, for the continued prosperity of
well k e p t farms, the h<dges the fa mers of Washington Coun
trimmed, t h e barns tastefully ty. and for the health and welfare
paint«d, thorough bred cattle,; of thi* newspap r which serves
flouri-hirig nops, th iving towns,! th«-m so well.”
all the-e may be seen from th«*
bes highway as we pass along.
A sixty-acre wheat farm, 28
To be concluded next week.
miles south of Sacramento, Calif.,
Fine new fall coa s for ladie- all one field a fine farm. Two
and mi ses at Anderson’s; beauti miles from town. Wh«*at went
ful velours, velvets, astrakans and 30 bushels to the acre thi- year.
I*i ice low at $125 an acre. Mort
other fab ic- to choose from.
Oh. Gir-ruls! Have you seen gage $1,800. Will trade for Wash
he Coverall- for ladies and child- ington county land free of debt.
i n at Anderson’s store?
Address J . R., care Express.
The Pacific Market
to its new location, in the Haines Huilding
One Door South of the Postoffice
where we are better than ever equipped to supply
the public with Meats, Vegetables and
Farm and Hairy Products