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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1916)
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Published every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer. Editor and Publisher.
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Entered as second-class m atter Jan. 12. 1916, at the latstofflce at Forest Grove,
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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THURSDAY, JU L Y 13, 1916
S S M STAMPS GIVEN
S S H STAMPS GIVEN
R A IN C O A T S
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AND C O M M E N T S
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PORTLA N D , OREGON
Two and a half dollars may
seem quite a lot of money to pay
for a Chautauqua ticket, but you
get three entertainments a day for
six days on one ticket.
for people living beyond Hillsboro
than the old fair grounds, for
j money paid out in wages in this
they have the choice of two rail
industry is also considerable.
roads and the new location is
much more convenient for people f h e S t a t e o f O regO ll
coming by rail from the south ,1
While recent rains have injured
while farmers who formerly drove
to Test Paving Patent
the Royal Ann cherry crop and
Following is the program for the big Chautauqua nun-ting to be
A press dispatch from Salem
some hay, the moisture was the
then took the train to the fair states that an investigation into held July 19 th 24, inclusive, in the big tent to be set up on the P 17.
making of uncut grain and hay
grounds will be saved the carfare the validity of the pat» nts held by Campus:
and helped pastures immensely.
A fternoon—Sacred Prelude
they formerly paid. And Forest the Warren Construction company
Junior Chautauqua 9:00 a. in.
Elizabeth deB srrie Gill
A Portland paper has discovered Grove people will not be Clin)] on bitulithic pavement was auth
Serm on-Lecture, "C)neBlood”
that there are very few perfect pelled to pay carfare at all. If orized by the state highway com
Rev. Dr. Frederick Vining
Evening Concert 7:30
feet among the girl students of Forest Grove people were favored mission Thursday, and will be
Afternoon Lecture 3:00
one of our colleges and another to the hurt of other people, there undertaken by State Highway
E. W. C. 8. Vestcr Service
Evening Lecture 8:15
paper has discovered a girl with might be grounds for kicking, but Engineer Lewis a n d Attorney
Evening-—H arp Concert
perfect ribs. Probably because the Express believes the majority General Brown, working in con
Ellzalieth deB srrie Gill
ChautHuqun O rgan
the first woman was made of a of people who would attend the junction.
"A m erica Before the W orld"
ising King A rthur'ii Court
man’s rib, the men will say.
fair will be benefited. Don’t you
Rev. Dr. Frederick Vining
Exercise* — Im
Engineer Lewis will make a A fternoon—Opening
believe this, reader?
searching investigation into the
Douglas county attorneys are
going to take a case to the su- j
He Had a Lot of Sense
Ruth Meeker ! Morning—Ju nior Chautauqua
preme court to have that body of
There was an old geezer and he ,h *'attorney general will be asked
King A rth u r's Court
Evening-—Concert Ionian Serenailers Afternoon — Prelude
long heads decide whether a black had a lot of sense. He started up to base an opinion.
Im personations S. P lntt Jones
K ekuku's IlMwaiian q u in tet
This move was taken on re
spot on a certain statute is a a business on a dollar-eighty cents.
King A rth u r’s Pageant
Su|>ervisor and Children
comma or a fly-speck. Wonder The dollar for stock, and the commendation of Engineer Lewis,
if the fly got on all the copies of eighty for an add brought him
Evening-—An Evening in Hawaii
(a) Ofiening Concert
King A rth u r's Court
the statute o f that particular : three lovely dollars in a day, by stretch of a mil • and a half of ex
(b) Illustrated I-eeture, "Isles
Popular le c tu re , “ The Seen
dad ! Well, he bought more goods
of P eace" Frederick J. Halton
ence, using three types of pave
ana U nseen’’ Dr. Elliott A. Boyl
(c) Closing Concert, fe a tu r
A Fourth-of-July celebration at and a little more space, and he ment, two of which might conflict
ing "Aloha II»" (Good-bye)
home would have kept thousands
K ekuku's Hawaiian q u in tet
with the Warren patents a n d
Lecture Oration, "U ncle Sam 's
of dollars in Forest Grove and it on his face. The c u s t o m e r s render the state liable to payment
is to be hoped the towns that got
of royalty or infringement pro-
of Kansas children’s season tickets. $1.00.
those thousands of Forest Grove j soon
had to hustle for a regular
Up on the square, whe„ ceedings unit® it was determined
What It Cost 'Km
dollars will reciprocate when the • , store.
beforehand that the patents will Morning—Junior FRIDAY
county fair is held this fall. And ^® P®°P!®
he gobbled up a not hold good.
From the Hillsboro Independ
King A rth u r’s Court
ent are taken the following figures
the Express believes the people of comer that was all plate glass
The board’s decision to
Inspirational Lecture, "T he
on what Washington county can
the county will remember Forest He fixed up the windows with the take the investigation was based
didates far office spent in the pri
Grove’s liberality and come here best that he had and told them on reports of the Seattle case, in
A rthur A. Franzke mary election:
all about it in a half-page ad.
for a good time in September.
District Judge—Geo. R. Bag-
He soon had ’em coming and he which Warren Brothers enjoined Evening—O p era" M arth
Lyric Operatic Co. ley $504 05, W. H. Hollis $187.60,
As the average citizen in this never, never quit, and he wouldn’t that city, and on reports of other
Lecture, "H om e Town
J - . Bias IS. S Johnson $64.90.
country is better off now than cut down on his ads, one jit. cases in which it is said bitulithic
Suite Senator—W. D. W o o d
he has ever been before, he will And he’s kept things humming in pavement has been laid withou
$11.50, R. M. Erwin nothing.
“Stop, look and listen” a good the town ever since, and every- paying royalty to the Warren Morning—Junior Chautauqua
Joint Senator—Jesse Edwards
King A rth u r's Court
while before he takes the leap into body ca„s him the Merchant company.
$100, T. B. Handley $80.10, F. I.
Afternoon — Concert
the dark which the republican Prince. Some say it’s luck, b u t ' The allegations in the Seattle
W itepskie’s Royal Hungarian
Michel brook $80.10, H. O. Miller
chieftains are most cordially and that’s all bunk—why he was do answer to Warren Brothers’ com
for Miehelbrook $73.40, John U.
Popular L e c t u r e , "Success
even frantically inviting him to ing business when times were plaint were in substance that
W here You A re"
take. They offer him nothing punk ! People have to purchase Frederick Warren, who was grant
Evening-—Grand C oncert
$10.08, B. P. Cornelius $14,
better, nothing new, nothing con and Geezer was w ise —for he ed the basic patent in May, 1903,
W itepskie’s Royal Hungarian
Fernsworth $89.07, S. A. I).
crete. They simply stand on the knew the way to get ’em was t o | was not the first inventor, that
Meek $15, E. L. Moore $79.40,
the same mixture had been used
side of the road making faces and advertise.
Mme. Kay Morvilius S. Paisley $17.30, A. E. Scott
Accompanied by Royal Hun
more than two years previous to ,
throwing brickbats at the demo
$53.15, William Schulmerieh 50
Washington County Transfers
rents, Manche Laugley and H. V.
the granting of the patent, that
cratic procession as it sweeps
the mixture had been previously
grandly on to victory with bands |
District Attorney—H. T. Bag-
playing a n d banners flying.— fers were recorded with the regis- patented by other parties, and i
$248.61, E. B. Tongue $267.39.
ter of deeds at Hillsboro during that it had been described in de
the past week:
A town that never has any Charles P McCan and w f to Louis F tail in a large list of publications
which are appended to the Seattle i
thing to do Ì£ a public way is on Henderson, 25.42 acres sec 32, 1 N 3,
n s w e r . The document also
the way to the cemetery. Any $12,000.
citizen who will do nothing for his Frank Thomas Chapman e t ux to names many cities in which th e ;
town is helping to dig the grave. Pauline Miller Chapman, 10 acres sec pavement is said to have been
31, 1 S 3, $10.
A man that knocks the town Anna F Viohl to O tto Wohler e t ux, used previously.
should he spent at Tillamook.
Attorney General Brown de
furnishes the coffin. The man 47 acres sec 11, 1 S 3, $7000.
You will find the weather cool,
who is so selfish as to have no Charles F Peterson e t ux to H A clared it to be the biggest subject
for it comes miles and miles
time from his business to give to Rue, 10.15 acres F orest Grove, $10.
from off the Pacific. You can
city affairs is making the shroud.
Shorb, 1-10 acre in D L C of Elkanah
The man who wiii not advertise is W alker, sec 36, 1 N 4, $1500.
find much to do at the Tilla
driving the hearse. The m an Thomas Cox et ux to Benjamin E 1 was of vital importance to the
mook County Beaches. Bath
who is always pulling back from B arrett, 6625 sq f t in Samuel Shepherd road building plans of the state
ing, dancing, hiking, picnick
: to have the matter settled as soon
any public enterprise throws bou D L C, sec 16, 1 N 4, $40.
ing, playing tennis or golf.
quets at the grave. The man C C Shaw trustee, to G A Wilcox, as possible, especi illy in view of
in tere st in certain lots and the fact that the government now
who is so stingy' as to be howling undivided
blks in Knob Hill add to F orest Grove, proposes to apportion $150,000,-
hard times preaches the funeral $ 10 .
D a ily T r a in s from P o r t la n d
i 000 among the various states for
sermon, sings the doxology, and
Visited Hop Yards
leaving at 7:45 A. M. and 1:40
road work of which Oregon will
thus the town lies buried from all
. . .
. A dozen members of the Com get $1,221.750.
P. M. Afternoon t r a i n has
s o r r o w a n d c a re .-U > v d a n d ,L erC|al club and other business
Samuel A d a i r of Portland,
men last Saturday accepted the
The editor of the Express has invitation of Manager Ralph father of Lieutenant Henry Adair,
heard a little muttering because Oglesby of the Seavy hop yards one of the victims of the ambush
L o w R o u n d T r ip F a r e s
the Washington County Fair is to visit and inspect the yards. of American soldiers at Carrizal,
to be held in this city, where Mr. Oglesby explained to those j Mexico, died last Thursday, with
are on sale daily from all sections to Tillamook
there is no provision for horse- who did not understand the hop out having been told of his son’s
County Beaches. These include B a y o c e a n ,
Neah-Kah-Nie, Manzanita and the Garabaldi
racing. The writer likes racing as industry just how the hops are
well as anybody, provided the raised, gathered and cured and
races are fast, but he doesn’t care many of the visitors were sur
Ask agent for booklet and other information
much -for the average county fair prised to learn the extent of the his son’s death was kept from him.
JO H N M. SCOTT,
race. They take so much of the money invested in the hop in
Gen. Passenger Agent, Portland
Littler's Pharmacy has been
money that should go for fat dustry in this county. The Seavey giving some of the best bargains
swine, pedigreed cattle, horses, yard alone comprises 160 acres, in stationery to be had any place,
sheep, etc., that the races are a with a dozen expensive buildings and they will continue these big
doubtful investment. F o r e s t to take care of the crop and live- cut-prices for another week. It
Grove is easier to reach by rail stock employed. The amount of will pa., you to investigate.
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