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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1916)
of how tired our play makes
Ultr Jfiirrst (Srmte txpmis plain
This is because we try to get all
Published every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Kditor and Publiaher.
Entered as second-class matter Jan. 12, 1316, at the postotfi
Oregon, under the Act of March S, 1873
THURSDAY AUG 24 1916
we can OUT OF LIFE at the ex
pense of some other man’s labor.
The process is wearying.
Now “if you want a thing well
done, do it yourself.” If you
want to get the full joy out of liv- j
NOTES ANO C O M M E N T S
ing, put all you can INTO LIFE, j
“ He who has a thousand friends
the Washington county Fair as Then you. tin», will say, quite >
Has not a friend to spare.
a matter of course: “Oh, I
sociation. They think they can as
While he who has one enemy
give the people more for their News. call this work.”—Portland
Shall meet him everywhere.”
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money in other lines.
Any woman can economize when Some are born neutral, others STATE-MADE
she’s broke. Get the idea ? Keep achieve
(Only One Block from Railroad)
neutrality, and still others
her broke.___ ________
have it thrust upon them. The The demand for the manufac
Monopoly always breeds ty Englishman born in Roumania, ture of text books by the states
rants, whether the monopoly be who arrived in New York with -riof the Pacific Northwest is gaining
Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Poultry and Pet Stock,
in railroads, telephones or news German wife on a Spanish ship much momentum. Where state
Vegetables, Fruits, Grains. Grasses, Farm Machinery
and took out naturalization pa-1 publication of text books is now
Automobiles, Flowers, Fancy Work. Plants,
Pictures, Culinary and Household Articles
Because Uncle Noah faithfully pers from Uncle Sam, declined to in force, school books furnished
Something Doing Every Day! Watch for the Program!
obeyed the divine injunction to be interviewed on the war on the pupils are sold for less than one-
put two of a kind into the ark, we grounds of neutrality for all three half to one-third of what the same
See List of Special Prizes!
have the Greedy Twins.
books cost when sold on the more
$2,000.00 in Premiums; $600,00 in Special Prizes
universal plan by book concerns
Firemen’s Tournament !
Hand Contests !
The Express will have to get a SOME FREE
that are banded together into
Wednesday Automobile Day.
lot more Portland advertising to
trusts or combines. In the states
Thursday Firemen’s Day.
bring bacK all the money the Sioux City Tribune: This is of Minnesota, Kansas and Cali-
Friday School Children’s Day.
Greedy Twins carry to that town, j not free advertising for a bank— fornia, where state publishing of
Saturday Grange Day.
If you did not register before
a free advertisement for all text books is being practiced, a
The officers will In* pleased to furnish you any
the June primaries, you can reg- banks ar|d a lesson for all hoard- saving of one half or even more
ister any time up to Oct. 7th, a
A man and woman who had for scht>ol books is enjoyed by
Joseph P. Hurley, Pres.
R. W. Reder, Sec’y
montn before the November elec-
** *n Sioux t ity yester- pupils ami students
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
day because they kept it in a> Farmers’ organizations, th e
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. trunk. W hether those who took Grange and similar bodies have
While President Wilson sticks it were creditors or burglars does repeatedly gone on record as fav-
Scarcity of S’s Stops Story-
Washington County Transfers
m Washington trying to prevent not make any difference as far a< 0ring free text book - and the state
a railroad strike, Hughes is gal i- the lesson goes. The point is, it manufacture of the same. In the Sir Samual Simms saw sw*“et The following real estate trans
vanting around the country, stir-, was ¡n a more exposed place and manufacture of text books by th e|Sarah Sampson swimming. Sud- fers were recorded with the regis
ring up feeling against the presi- ] easier t0 lose than if it had been state, the proper administration ! (,enly sho sw‘me<1 sinking. Sir ter of deeds at Hillsboro during
in a good bank.
j0f th e work is all-important.1 Si,muel stood «tunned. Striding the past week:
Railway Co. to
That this is possible is shown in 1 ««»wards, spuming shingle, Sir Robert
Remember the county
acre» in aec
opens in less than thirty days "I told you so. but the incident those states mentioned and there- »'umual swiftly swam Sarahwards I , S N 1. 1 1275..-6.
If you are going to exhibit some- does serve as text for a little ser- fore the argument from this stand- *^’r Sumual skillfully’ supported A. V. Brown et al to K. C. Brown,
swooning Sarah. S w i m m i n g y j ««-rua in A. C. Brown claim 58, 1 N
thing, get it in as good shape as mon on the insecurity of trunks, point loses its force,
Sir Samual success- 3. $"oo.
possible. It is only the best that closets, mattresses, sewing ma- The public school should
Sarah. Seeming Boy C. Fair to Phoebe DeMoaa, E
chines, hosiery, chiffoniers a n d bo subjected to a source of profit fo^y
3 N3, Do
*10' Mona et
similar receptacles frequent- from any combine or book trust somewhat s h a k y , Sir Samual h#li Um« “ r " M. Fair *t’r to 31, Phoebe
Every time Candidate Hughes other
employed for savings by the No mercenary motive s h o u l d sarnplp,l some s p i r i t s special vir. Iota 1, 2. 3, 4, «ec 31. 3 N 3 110.
criticises President Wilson’s Mex ly unwise.
can back a crop into the service given in fur- ^otch.
C. C. Brown et u* to K. C. Brown,
ican policy, Carranza Villa, et al., truck up to No the thief
lota 2 and 3, blk 1, Bump'd Add to
chuckle with glee, for they think walk and haul away a bank in textbooks. The public school is irijz -spirit. Sir Samual saw Sarah’s Forest Grove, $200.
they see a chance to divide the
ELECTRIC TIME CARD
an institution that is of great sweetness. S ir Samual s oon OREGON I»*!«•«!
July IS. 1*1«
Americans. Do you stand with broad
Carranza or with W’ilson ?
not without certain disadvantages, future greatness of our country. Sar^h sight'd softly. Sir Samual
We are informed by the Public Things happen to banks some- Books for schools should be pro- scemt<1 speechless.
Mind that if we will get up an times; but when it comes to a vided at actual cost, so that they ‘‘^ y something, Sir Samual,”
hour before sunrise, we will find question of safety, real banks are! may be within the reach of every said Sarah.
the planet Venus plainly visible. about a thousand times more se child of school age. To bring ^ ' ^ay
r, nr, P
We are deeply grateful for the in cure than the ordinary home hid about this condition means a hard Samuel.
formation. Now we won’t have
And besides when a man de school book trust with all the oani*
to get up to see for ourselves.
money in a bank he power at their command.—West- ‘ Sarah Sally, stammered Sir
The officers o f the Jackson helps his his credit
against the time ern Farmer.
County Fair association have de when he may want
cided to cut out “hoss-raeing” little. He helps the bank. He
Sarah solemnly surrendered.
this year, as have the officers of helps the community in which he
O'*“ n smiimik.
thic;we are chort of eccec.
lives. He h e l p s the wh o l e
coun'ry He does something to Secretary Reder of the Wash- Tid Bits.
improve the wide world as a place ington County Fair association Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— U M P P
in which to live But most of all, has received notice from both the 25c and 50c. Keeps two hours
he helps himself to safety, to pro- Southern Pacific a n d Oregon without ice.
vision against a rainy day. He Electric railn ad companies that
helps in the building of character they will make rates of one and
for himself, his family and his one-third fares for the round trip
—Thru the Inland Empire
—Grand Canyon of Columbia friends. And character is really from all Oregon points to the
more important than his money; county fair in this city Sept. 20 to
—Glacier a n d Yellowstone more valuable. That looks for- 23, inclusive. This applies oniy
ward to the final judgment. In to fares where round-trip rate for
Round Trips at Low Fares Daily this weld thieves always will adults is 50c or more and 25c or
break in and steal and rust cor more for children.
until Sept. 30 via the North Bank
Road. Stopover where you like
on any promise we make to deliver work on
For the State Fair
ONE WAY TO
a given date. The Express has one of the
L. M. Graham who is prepar
North Bank Rail and 26 Hoars Sail LOOK AT LIVING
best equipped little printing plants in the
ing a Washington county exhibit
on the ships of De Luxe Service,
Willamette valley, having added several
He was “always at it’ from for the state fair, wants some
S. S. Northern Pacific and
dollars’ worth of material to the
G reat Northern, for
Williams plant for
afraid to undertake something ; ers
will bring the exhibits to Mr.
SAN FRANCISCO Bft?PD $ 3 2 .0 0 extra. And he never said he was Graham’s
office, he will sort, pack
From any Oregon Electric Ry. point. tired.
them. He must have
Ticket includes meals and berth.
Jealous fellow workers suspect-1 thwe~exhibTts not fater"than Sept,
purposes and more good material is on the
ed him of speeding them up. And i 10th and as much earlier as pos-
way. The management would very much
his neighbors’ wives commended sible. _____ _____
appreciate it if those in need of stationery,
Sept. 24 to Oct. 8
his industry to their husbands. j -On Friday evening, Aug. 25, at
office blanks, or any other kind of printing
From Middle West to Willamette
would call at the office for samples and
that he was “working too hard,” jar will give a “Tribute Day” pro-
I sell prepaid tickets.
prices. If you’re too busy to come to the
use the phone and a representative
J. E. FARMER, Agent
“Oh, I don’t call this work.”
| ter which a silver offering will
will call on you.
Forest Grove, Ore.
But the rest of us do. The be taken. Refresnments will be
rest of us have a settled habit of served in the basement at the
Washington County Fair,
turning everything we do into .close of the program.
hard work. We make work of Get your violin strings at the i
Sept. 20 to 23, inclusive.
our play. And we even com-1 Book Store—the best. 28-tf I
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Sept. 20 to 23, inclusive
Forest Grove Fair Grounds
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