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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1916)
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Published every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Editor und Publisher.
Entered as second-class matter Jan. 12, 1916. at the poetoffice at Forest Grove.
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1S79
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THURSDAY, JULY 27. 1916
A N D C O M M E N T S
3 S H STAMPS O V EN
3 S H STAMPS GIVEN
STRONG 4 P 4
M O R R ISO N
S U IT S
R A IN C O A T S
ST • C /
1 6 0 - ITO T M I S O
our town, but silently glared at 1
him when he held some of our
A social center help» to make a
broken sidewalks and moss-grown , awake in the morning it is to the
A doctor In tin* country received otto community. The fact that a number
fences up to ridicule.
alarm of a Connecticut clock. day n letter from an old uomini uh UI iik of |ieople live In the name neighborhood
You paid to hear Mr. Sias and, You get up and button on Chi- for n bottle of rough mixture for her doe* not neeeaaarily form a community.
judging from the applause you cago suspenders to your Detroit husband. endlm: with Hie po*tacr!|>t:
1 Wc »ay thi» becauac these same fieople
“ Pice»«», »Ir. don't make II U h » »trou»:,
The Chautauqua was a mighty
gave, you believed what he said overalls. You go out and wash n» the poor man Im» only got one lee.'' may have, and often do have, no
nice thing—educational, inspiring
much jealouay, bit tome»» and down-
If you act on his suggestions, you your face with Cincinnati soap in —London Tit-Ulta
i right hatred h » to make true cotimtun-
and entertaining, but it does not
have made an investment ; other- an Indianapolis wash basin. You
! ity feeling and action impoaiiihlo. Re
compare with a county fair as a
Different From Her Mi.
i wise you might better have kept sit down to your breakfast and
member that Uie »ocial center in where
community booster. Let’s make
eat from a table made in Grand mutch In thin bouse? She (curtlyi—I people get together for relaxation and
the 1916 county fair a feast of
He — That’s amusement und for co-operation. It in
m i . i t u ic M- xu ». 4 x- •»
Rapids and you eat Chicago m eat.1 cant niak# match'«
boosting for Washington county.
could— Hustuu the nutural meeting place for club»,
" i ! ? L ™ S " AK 1 * }
And your bread is made of Ten- Trail script. Yt,ur
That this war in Europe has
for the farmer«’ union, the (¡range und
nessee flour, cooked on a St. Louis
In 1907, during the Roosevelt
other like organization« that are mak
gone too far to be of pecuniary
stove. You go out and put a
administration, the banks of the
ing country life more attractive.
benefit to any belligerent is a fact!
tinnite »olimi» In my m w ,
New York bridle on a Kentucky
country couldn’t cash the checks
that ought to be considered, The
fed on Iowa
corn and i --------
of depositors. In 1916, under the
"Well, where would you cx | hvi to
present war would never
*" your farm all day, which is COV- hoar them T” Boston Transcript.
Wilson administration, the banks
rented my farm, locat
come about if it had not
t*rcd with a Massachusetts nmrt-
not only have plenty of money to
v\c will insure your auto against ed six miles south of Cornelius, I
that Europe has, in recent years,
gage. And at night when y u tin*, theft and collision. Hancock will hold a public auction sale on
cash checks, but they have money
seen wars that paid. It paid
get home you read a bible printed & Wilts.
to loan. L’ nder the circumstances,
the above-mentioned premises on
Prussia to fight a few weeks for
in Boston and you say a prayer
people who vote in November for
SATU RDAY, JULY 29th
It paid her
beginning at 10 a. m.
that was written in Jerusalem.
a change in conditions may get all
to fight a few days to whip Aus
disposal of the following
the change they want— and then
| It pays to take time to bathe fre-
tria. It paid her, in territory, in
! manufactured in New Jersey,
some. You know Teddy has en
j quently— every day if possible— and
francs and in political unity to
grade Jersey cow«, frr«h
be kept awake all night by a you will feel fresh and ready for work.
dorsed Candidate Hughes, so their
fight France, who paid “ through d ----- -d dog— the only home pro- Wash the horse off frequently, too. Sept. 1.
policies are not greatly at variance.
One two-year-old heifer, fre»h Sept. 1.
the nose” for the privilege of be duct you have on the farm.”
Fortunate the man with a creek near
Three Jersey heifer«, yearling« pu»t.
I by or a good water ayatam in the noun*
With $1,468.42 of state money ing th: ashed and gave up Alsace-
Three Jersey heifer«, coming one
Fire W ardens Appointed
and more than $500 donated by- Lorraine besides. All these wars
The following-named persons
Weed out cowa that are getting in
Forest Grove business men for were highly profitable for the vie
One «pan matched Fere heron mare«,
to act as fire dL
‘ 'ut *>' No dairyman with
special prizes, there is no reason tor. The
i ue present
ta n n o i be
ue. have been appointed
can 10 years okl, weight 1300.
why the 1916 Washington County-
afford to go too long without having his
marc. 6 year» old, weight
Fair should not be the best ever much. No indemnity that could under the supervision of District cows tested for butterfat ami pro- *400.
Dne 3-year-old gray mare, weight
held. The officers and commit be paid to any nation by any Warden Allan Rice:
E Dethlefs, Gaston. Route 1;
tees are working hard to make i t 1 other nation could make it profit
and preserve some of the good things
Two registered Jersey brood sows,
Friday, Banks; Fred Hamel,
such and it is the duty of the able to the recipient of that in
growing in garden and orchard? Y'ou farrow in September,
farmers to co-operate with them. demnity to have engaged in the| Hillsboro, Route 4; H. Robinson, can’t have green beans, tomatoes, etc.,
One Duroc-Jersey boar, one barrow,
Sixty-five Angora nannies.
It is not prizes alone that make fight. The total resources of the
heavy wagon, one light wagon.
a county fair; the farmers and central banks of all the bellige-! Forest
The horse, friends, works with his! One two-sea ted hark,
stock-raisers must bring in pro rents would be but a trifle beside! Mann, Cornelius; Abbo Peters,
shoulders. Keep them well. Take a
One Empire Cream Separator, 8S0
ducts to compete for he prizes.
what the war has cost either Sherwood. Route 5: Alfred Pieren, ^ ^ ^
time, durinK th I lb..; on. Jumbo .tump puller, with win
England, Germany, France
or Hillsboro, Route 1; J. SchmeTzer, day and above ail keep the collar and cable; two seta heavy work harness.
All Indiana and a big portion
Russia. In other words there is Sherwood, Route 3 ;( has. O Neill, | the shoulders dean, and never let a One hrenking plow, one 11-inch plow.
of the population of the United nothing in this war that ought
One 12-inch disc.
Dilley, (volunteer). horse work a minute in an ill-fitting
States will mourn for James Whit make any nation glad when the There are four re gular patrol-. collar.
One drag harrow, one grindstone.
comb Riley, the “ Hoosier Poet,”
profit and losr is figured up, and | men. who patrol certain districts.
J ^ ^ ^ e m b e r then » n
One potato planter, potato forks.
who died at his home in Indian
whon it is over they ought all to VS m. J. \S ler, of Banks, patrols ^ n„ Hha(1()W8 where the sunshine is.
All kinds of Ntnall furm tools too
apolis. Saturday. W h i 1 e Mr
be willing to quit war forever and the “ Pumpkin Ridge
country j,0ng faces, constant sighing, chronic numerous to mention.
Riley has never figured as a finan turn to the paths of peace and 1 and the railroad lands in that j groans and looking for trouble shut out
FREE LUNCH A T NOON
cier or captain of industry, he will harmony. But right here strikes part of the county; Fay M eade,of lot» of sunshine and make many, many
Terms—All sums under $10,
be more missed in America than
a discordant note. It comes from Banks, patrols East Dairy Creek
the Babcock test! It cash; on all sums over t h a t
the men who built railroads,
Prince Von Buelow who, in his down to Mountain Dale; W. R. I(0jntJ, out to the dairy farmer his un- iamount four months time will be
established libraries or bribed leg
new book on “ German Policies,” Hayden, of Banks, patrols upptr profitable cows. It has placed cream- given, with 6 per cent interest and
islatures. The people l o v e d
bold ly announces: “ We must Gales Creek and D. C. Zenor is cries on a profitable basis and has
Riley for his sympathetic writ make ourselves stronger and hard- what is called a “ lookout man, solved many economic problems in
profitable dairying. Every farmer with J- V\ . H L G H E S ,
ings and utterances.
er to be attacked on our borders and is stationed permanently on
dairy cows should have one.
Eastern and central states are and coasts than we were at the the summit at the head of Clear
more prosperous than they have beginning of this war. Our en Creek. His postoffice is Gales
been for years, due, the republican emies, too, will strengthen arma Creek.
Persons desiring burning per
politicians say, to the war in ments on land and water and we,
Europe. But the politicians have on our part, must meet this con mit- should apply to the warden
of their respective districts.
so faithfully taught the American dition.”
voting kings that “ good times”
If this means that any peace
D o g s In M o c c a s in s .
should be spent at Tillamook.
and “ bad times;” as well as good that might be concluded at this1 After the firat severe freeze at the
You will find the weather cool,
beginning of winter a bund of pros
and poor crops, depend on the time would be only a breathing pector»
working in northern Canada
for it comes miles and miles
whim and caprice of the political space, in which the contestants found themselves on the wrong side «if
from off the Pacific. You can
party in power, that it is going to can regain strength to again spring a ,ake ovt-,r a buudred mil« » wide, on
the other side of which wus the win-
find much to do at the Tilla
require lots of writing and talking at each other s throats, it were ter heuibpinrters.
to induce the busy wage-workers better to have the war continue They were without any means of
mook County Beaches. Bath
and prosperous farmers of the east until the nations are forced to trnn»[>ortatIon otb<T than n bout In
ing, dancing, hiking, picnick
which wa» stored all their belonging»
and middle west to turn down come to an agreement of some ami provisions. Hiring a hnlfbreed
ing, playing tennis or golf.
Wilson and proserity for Hughes kind for permanent peace.
with his dog team, they put runners
But there ought to be a belter under the boat umJ made their way
easily anil safely across the smooth
w a y . _______________
miles of frozen water, helping along
DID YOU MAKE
the dogs by Netting a sail on the boat.
leaving at 7:45 A. M. and 1:40
P A T R O N IZ IN G
AN INVESTM ENT?
To protect the feet of the dogs from
P. M. Afternoon t r a i n has
the hard surface of the Ice small moc
M r.Sias, who talked at Chau-1 H O M E IN D U S T R I E S
tauqua Friday evening on “ Home
The following trite illustration
provided for each.
Town Preparedness,” evidently of the trade-at-home policy is at
has a deep grasp on town-building tributed to Governor Ferguson of
Greece Only an Oligarchy.
Greece, as many |**ople do not know.
and town-killing and he repeated Texas:
Is a country managed by WX> families
are on sale daily from all sections to Tillamook
what the Express has often told
“ I remember that upon one oc- wbo hate ¿ne ariotller ijkf. p„,Hon ln
County Beaches. These include M ay o c e a n
its readers— that dollars sent to casion a certain Farmers’ Union true classic Greek fashion. The pena-
Neah-Kah-Nie, Manzanita and the Garahald!
mail order houses are bricks from lecturer was telling the farmers of arits> the hn,,k drivers and rhe fisher-
men talk radical politics all day long,
the foundation of the home town. Texas of the mistake they were but when election day comes they vote
Coos Bay Railroad Celebration,
And did you notice how the mer making. He said: ‘ T h e great for a member of one of these big nrls-
Marshfield and North Bend, August 24,25 and 26.
chants applauded when the speak mistake with the Texas farmer is
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er scolded the "proletariat” for that he doesn’t live at home, he would mean anarchy, chaos.— World’s
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patronizing mail order houses? depends on selling cotton too Work.
JOHN M. SCOTT,
But the shoe was on the other much. You are continually buy
Gen. Faanenger Agent, Portland
If you have a book entirely or
pedal extremity when Sias roasted ing something and you don’t ever
filled with S. & H.
the merchants for setting the ex sell anything. To illustrate what
Green stamps, take it to A. G.
ample. We called him a gentle I mean, I need but call your at Hoffman & Co., and it will be re
man and scholar when he praised tention to the fact that when you deemed.
Judging from the umber of
Loganberry juice plants in the
state, this berry is one of the
most important of the fruit crops
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