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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View This Issue
every Thursday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
The Main Street
James P. Kawson, Eilitor and Publisher.
Entered as tocond-class matter Jan. 12, 1916, at the postoffice Ht Forest Grove,
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 18?9
Paid in advance
One year ................................ $1.00 One year
Six months ......................................50 Six months
.25 Three months
has the largest and best-
housed stock of Building
Materials in Washington
we append three paragraphs of it:
“The other night one of General
| Pershing’s boys went out into No
Man’s Land. He didn’t come
back. Three hours later a search
ing party went out to find him.
boy had been killed and his
* * * This paper has enlisted That
body hacked to hits. His com- “«hall we be customers of these
with the government in the rades gathered up the remains and j bl00«!-stained butchers after the
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
cause of A m erica for the brought them back in a sack " ar- I hardly thinks so, but it
period of the war ***•-•• That brave young American was 's ub t° y°u* Mf Buyer,
chopped to pieces with German VVe quite agree with the senti-
EYE FOR EYE:
Before the war we bought ment8 advanced here unless it can
TOOTH FOR TOOTH i two million
dollars’ worth of Ger- be shown that the barbarities of
The hardware firm of Gordon & man pocket cut,ery eachyear.
the Germans were forced upon the The power of the liquor traffic | business.
Gordon hands us an editorial from
common people, civilians and has steadily declined under the in
Anheuser-Busch concern is
the “Hardware Age,’’ bound in ' 1° (he past three years Amer soldiers by u hard, cruel, despotic f]uence ol the war. An interesting an The
of the pro-Gerniun
biHjkltt form. The editorial re- ¡can .factories have vastly in military
party. Investigations case to the point is that of the tendency of the brewers. It is
cites many of the atrocities per- creased their output of pocket made, after we have brought Ger
that Adolphjj* Busch,
petrated by the Germans. The knives. Patterns have been sim- many prone upon her face, may Anheuser-Busch Brewing Com claimed
th e company, was
conclusion is drawn from each P 1^1^ ! quality h a s been im- be able to show the real attitude pany of St i/ouis. It is reported never naturalized.
such cruel case to the effect that proved; an American industry has of the German people and private that the high tide of its business wrnt to Germany three His
after the war we should have been encouraged and developed; soldiers. Our own mind is not came in 1907 and that la -t year presumably to make her home
nothing to do, commercially, with ‘ Made in Germany on a pocket made up on this question.
Its sal- s in the state of Missouri there, and it is alleged that she
such Sioux savages as these Huns knife blade carried in an Ann i lean
alone fell «iff about $5,00(1,()()() It aided financially German hospit
have proved themselves to be. pocket has become but a distaste- THE WORLD
is the largest brewing concern in als. conducted for the care of
Toshow thedrift of the editorial ^ memory.
Amene«, owning, it is -aid tWen- j wourfded German soldiers. She
Life will never be arter the war ty-three breweries in the city of has lately returned to th s coun
| what it was before. The changes St. Louis, valued at $75 000,000. try ami is try ing to get contr«)l of
’hat are taking place are so deep- It is we I to note that there has her property which was tak»*n
I seated, so fundamental, that they been a clone relationship between over by the government under
will, to a large extent, be per- , German interests and brewery the alien enemy act. At this writ-
concerns in this country; in fact, ing she has not succeeded. Her
FOREST GROVE, September 19 and 20
The use of foreign languages in nearly all our breweries have been j daughter, Mrs Rensinger, became
church, in school, in conversati >n. owned by German- or by men of involved in trouble with the g »v-
will grow less and less common. (Jerman descent and a large num- ernment when a wireless outfit
This will b e ik down clannishne-s ber of our saloons have been un was discovered on her house and
and establish American ideals in d«T the control of people of this her son was connected with the
all the foreign centers, big and nationality. Many of these p o- New York M iil when it received
little, in the United States.
pie have talked loudly from tune some undesirable publicity. The
Another change that the war to time of 'he law-abiding qual- present business head of the (am-
bids fair to bring in is a tremen ¡ties of the German people. These ily is August Busch, who admits
lous impetus in the direction of same saloon keepers were often, the papers’ report that he pur
Socialism,—not the semi-seditious *fu*hy °f breaking every law of chased $50 >,()()() worth of German
Socialism of this country, which | God and man in this country in war bomis—$100,000 for himself
makes one think of Trot ky and j furtherance of their nefarious and $100 000 for his mother.
Lenine, but a really intelligent —
—— — —— — — ———— —
democratic, * patriotic Socialism There se ms to be a perfect epi
Notice for Publication
We are finding that co operation demic in Government circles.
Department of the Interior.
is much morn desirable than com 1’his takes the (mm of showering
U. S. Land Office at Portland, Ore.
Sept. 9. 1918.
petition; that competition, with print'd matter upon newspaper
its dqplicat ion of -ervice, brings offices. We wi I venture to whis Notice is hereby given that James It.
of Galetf Creek, Oregon, who,
on high prices. Moreover com- per it abroad that this office re Kinney,
1913, made Homestead En
| petition nourishes into life various ceives so much of such material try. No. 03869,
for SW 1-4 SW 1-4,
latent germs of strife and un that ful y 95 per cent of it g«»es Section 32, Township
2 North, Range
wholesome self-seeking that are into the waste basket, unread and 6 West, Willamette Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make three-year
unlovely and undesirable.
often unopened. It would be im Proof,
to establish claim to the land
This line of thought alone sug possible for us to read so much. above
gests a few of th<* profound ch ing Sen. Walsh well says that this and Receiver of the .before
B eaverton, Oregon
IJ. S. Land Office,
es almo-t sure to come after the sort of excess should be cut out at Portland, Oregon, on the 25th day
war. And there will be others. before regulations so stringent are day of October, 1918 .
imposed upon country newspapers ilaim names as witnesses: Arthur
Ret-her, of (»ales Creek, Oregon; P.
“BERLIN OR BUST”
Ryan, of Gales Creek, Oregon; Hiram
On the sides of west bound pas of paper.
M. Kinney, »of Portland, Oregon; Karl
senger cars we recently read,
TANLAC sold only by Littler’s Bryson, of Portland,
“ Blaine County, Montana, To Pharmacy.
Berlin, Berlin or Bust.” L t E r Empty dry goods boxes for
Not awfull elegant, you say. sale at the Book Store 32
Gir-ruls! Have you seen
| No, but fellows like those Mon the Oh, Coveralls
for ladiesand child Fine new fall coats for ladies
tartans will make their mark when ren at Anderson's
they get to France. The bruti-h Just arrived—a store?
and misses at Anderson’s; beauti
minions and yokels of the Kaiser of Rugs, at Smith’s Furniture ful velours, velvets, astrakans and
will think a human cyclone has
other fabrics to choose from.
arrived when those stalwart sons Store.
of the west come at them.
Pres. Wilson told th*» Bridge
port strikers to go back to work
at once, or they would be drafted j
into the army. This action will
relieve the pent up indignation of
nearly every one It would do
to its new location, in the Haines Building
the entire labor movement good
if an example were made of some
of the strikers by sending them to
the front trenches in France—for
where we are better than ever equipped to supply
a dollar a day and hoard.
the public with Meats, Vegetables and
We a»-e now prepared to supply
Farm and Dairy Products
all comers with apple and peach
boxes. F o r e s t Grove Planing WALTER ROSWURM
Copeland & McCready
Anheuser-Busch and the Churches
Washington Co. Fair
Good exhibits, Mothers’ Day Parade
Thursday; Big Childrens’ Fair, Friday
Oregon Products Exhibit, Military
Band, Liberty Loan Speakers from
“over there” Tractor Demonstration,
and other good things.
BUY YOUR TICKET NOW
and help along with your presence.
Send your best products for this
and for our Countv’s exhibit at the
State Fair the following week.
R. H. JONAT, Manager
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.
The Pacific Market
One Door South of the Postoffice