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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1917)
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Published every Thursday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Editor and IYiblisher.
Enteret! as second-class m atter Jan. 12, 191t». at the |x
noatoffice at Forest Grove,
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1871»
THURSDAY, MARCH 22 1917
IiOyalty to the Hag does not require you
to hate your neighbor, even tho he may
have been born under the Hag of a tyrant.
Freshness is a commendable
condition in eggs, but not in
It is said the mayor of Seattle
is unalterably opposed to the use
of the Gill-net at any time of year,
entrance into the war will shorten
the terrible struggle. And let us
keep out of our hearts all hate for
German people, especially the
millions who have shown their
love for America by leaving the
, fatherland. This is a time that
There is tacked on the wall of requires clear thinking and sound
the local postoffice a notice head judgment and hate does not beget
ed: “ Lost Heir Wanted.” Just or promote these qualities. Let
sustitute an “a” for the “e” in us remember that we can be good
the second word and a lot of us Americans only so long as we
will say “Amen.”
remember the Golden Rule in our
Some of the merchants of this intercourse with each other, and
city are getting mighty tired of all will in the end be well with
having their stores robbed and it
^ n'te^ States and her child
behooves parents to know where ren> lar8e and small,
their boys are at night. The next TRlJTH and FALSEHOOD
one caught may not be paroled.
T uth and only Truth is Eter-
AND WHY NOT?
a lassie w ants the ballot
To help to run the town,
If a lassie g ets the ballot
Need a laddie frow n?
Many a laddie votes his ballot.
Not so bright as I,
Many a laddie votes his ballot.
Overcome with rye.
Every laddie has the franchise,
Nane they say hae I;
Hands and h earts and brains for service
Let the lassie try.
If a lassie works for wages.
Toiling all the day;
When her work the laddie's equals
Give her equal pay.
If a body pays the taxes
Surely you'll agree
That a body earns the franchise.
W hether he or she.
The Royal Neighbor.
Now is the Time to Visit
Her beauty, her brilliant city life, her joyous
sunshine, her fascinating haze of history all
draw you on. People never tire of rediscov
ering California and never will. She is an
old, old land, yet ever young. Go there. Re
fresh mind and body. See that your tickets
Portland to San Francisco
San Francisco Express
birds throughout the state will be
from October 1st to January 15th,
with the exception of Malheur
and Harney counties, where the
This route offers u remarkable service of
season will be from September
comfort and enjoyment. Steel cars, rock
15i h to December 31st.
ballasted road-bed. P a s t Mt. Shasta,
The Chine-e pheasant hen has
Shasta Springs and other wonders.
been protected and only male
Ask for Hooklets, H elpful and Instructive
birds may hereafter I k * killed: tin-
bag limit is five in any one day
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent
and not more than ten in any
seven consecutive days.
All over the state the bag limit
on trout has been reduced from
Potatoes may be a luxury, b u t,1 nal. It was not born and cannot j ”
,, ,75 to 50 trout, or 35 pounds in
to some of us, an occasional fish- die. It may be obscured by the
any one day.
ing trip is a necessity Let all clouds of falsehood or buried in
The open season on six-inch it is effected, wav. one of the sub- Scout night and hereafter Satur-
fishermen remember that they can the debris of brutish ignorance
save 50c on a fishing license by but it can never be destroyed. It trout begins April 1st and sports- j»Tt,s touched on. The speakers day events and parties will miss
purchasing it before May 21. The exists in . very atom, lives in ev- men are urged to purchase their and their subjects were:
licenses and carry them on their
“The Kicker and the Kicked,”
The boys are making an excel-
ery flower and flames in every
same on a hunting license.
person, as st> ict orders have been Vernon Burlingham; “ Bone-Dry,” lent showing with their drills, sig-
I star. When the heavens and the j
“ If you don't like Uncle Sam earth shall pass away and the uni given deputies to check up all H. E. Ferrin; "Eventualities,” H. naling and physical exercises.
my,” you’re in a devil of a fix, i verse returns to co-mic dust, Di anglers f o u n d fishing in the W. Sparks; “Gamma’s Part in
Last Saturday, while some child
Debate," Elbert Taylor; “Gam
for Wilhelm has forbidden you to vine Truth will stand unscathed I streams
ren were playing in the abandoned
travel the seas and if you cross amid the crash of m atter and the
George G. Hancock, real es ma’s Part in Oratory,” I>*ster T. Willis-Place lumber sheds, south
the Rio Grande the Villa goblins wreck of worlds.
tate, farm loans and fire insur Jones; "The P a c i f i c i s t and A street, they found seven sticks
U e Militarist,” H. E. Thomas;
will surely get you Better snug-
Falsehood is a monster, con ance, new Anderson block
of dynamite, wrapped in a piece
“Submarines,” William G. Hare.
gle up to Old Glory, don t you Ceived in the brains of knaves _
of cloth and hidden between a
A C. Allen was toastmaster.
and brought forth by the breath (jIT C k L C llC r M eil
double roof. The children didn’t
Yells, songs and other mani-
Over in Russia the big children of fools. It is a moral pe-tilcnce.
know what the stuff was and they
felations of college spirit helped were mighty lucky they didn’t
of the “Little Father” told him to a miasmic vapor that passes like
get his carcass off the throne and a blast from nell over the f tee of Student and alumni members of to enliven the evening. At 3 A meet with a serious disaster while
he “got.' This is said to have the world and is gone forever. It Gamma Sigma Society, of Pacific M. a special train carrying the handling it. The dynamite was
given Kaiser Bill the scare of his may leave death in its wake and University attended the 14th an- students^ home left for Forest , turned over to the police depart
life, as he fears the children of the disaster dire; it may place on the nual banquet of that organization, Grove.
ment and the officers are wonder
fatherland may conclude they can brow of purity the brand of the which was held last Friday night
who placed it in the shed.
get along without a king. Now courtesan and cover the hero with at the Hazelwood in Portland.
More bo vs! An even 50
Joe A. Wiles would like to
wouldn’t it be fine if the war the stigma of the coward; it may More than 100 weie present, the and all are studying hard for now
your ¡hsurance. Will give
were to end kingcraft in all of wreck hopes and ruin homes, society members being accompa- exams. On Sunday Assistant you service that will be to your
Europe? The cost has certainly cause blood to flow and hearts to nied by “co-ed” guests. Thedin- 1 aylor and Leaders Patton, Len- advantage. Upstairs in Ander-
been high enough to entitle the break; it may pollute the altar nir was precede d by a theater neville. Higby, Buxton, Strick-, son block, room 2.
suffering people to some such and disgrace the throne, corrupt party
land and Adams passed written
the courts and curse the land, but
Speakers at tl.e banquet re- exams.
Free Methodist Church
the lie cannot live, and when it hearsed the record of Gamma
The Scouts were out in force
Sabbath school 10 a.m ., preach
Last week there was published
there is none so poor as to do Bigma, which h.'is supplied the Wednesday parading to advertise* ing 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., prayer
in these columns an article from it reverence.—Western Farmer.
greater portion of winners for Pa- their movie, “ The Adventures of meeting on Wednesday evening at
the Benton County Courier to
c.fic in intercollegiate debate and
8 p m. All are welcomed.
the effect that all butter-makers
oratory—a field in which the in-
The Scouts have a drum corps
J. N. W o o d , Pastor.
must Pasteurize the cream used
stitution has an exce lent ncoid.
organized and well under way.
Bernard Ortman has purchased
in the making of butter for mar
It was pointed out that Pacific
l ra p ur(]in one and a half
ket, according to a new state
in the last lew years has won six
¡n the Mulkey claim, north
law. A later issue of the Courier sportsmen has been sent out by state and two interstate oratorical
states that the cream from cows the office of the State Game War contests and that all but two of
pronounced by the state veteri den:
the winners were Gamma Sigma
Fishermen and hunters may men. The banquet was also the
narian to be free from tubercu
losis germs need not be Pasteur save 50 cents on each license by occasion for extending congratula-
j tions to Lester T. Jones, one of
ized. No charge is made by the buying them before May 21st
veterinarian for the test, accord
Free running dogs, or dogs fol- the members, who won first prize
ing to the Courier.
lowing upon the track of any jn the state oratorical contest held
game animal may be declared a at Corvallis this month.
Once more a disastrous railroad nuisance after notification in writ- Unusual interest centered in the
strike has been averted, for the ing to the owner of dogs, and the event, because it was the occasion
on any promise we make to deliver work on
time being, at least. It appears animals may then be killed with- for a reunion among a large num-
given date. The Express hits one of the
to the Express that there should out any criminal or civil liability ber of old-time students. Gamma
best equipped little printing plants in the
be brains enough in America to on the part of the person killing Sigma was organized in 1863 and
devise a plan that would give same
W’illamette valley, having added several
is the oldest college literary soci
a square deal to the stockholders,
Qne half of all fine moneys will ety in the Pacific Northwest, if
hundred dollars’ worth of material to the
the employes and the users of the ^ hereafter be sent to the Game not on the Pacific Coast. Judge
Williams plant for
railroads without these costly in -1 protection Fund,
J. Q. A. Bowlby, of Astoria is the
dust rial wars. Probably it is fu -; Women are exempt from pur- only surviving charter member.
tile to hope for this, however, un- chasing a n g l i n g licenses, but The late Harvey W. Scott was
purposes and more good material is on the
til after that day when the peopleJ must obtain a hunting license if another of the founders, a n d
way. The management would very much
of the world get sense enough to they desire to hunt for any of many other prominent citizens
it if those in need of stationery,
settle international disputes with- the game birds and game animals were at some time included in its
office blanks, or any other kind of printing
out resorting to wholesale murder, i 0f t he state.
would call at the office for samples and
Few of us are today qualified to
The deer season for district No.
The welfare of Pacific Univer
prices. If you’re too busy to come to the
point the accusing finger at either
which is western Oregon, has sity, as well as Gamma Sigma,
office use the phone and a representative
the railroad workers or their em-1 been shortened two weeks and was discussed at the banquet. |
will call on you.
will hereafter open on August 15th There is a general feeling that the
Having ordered Uncle Sam to and close on October 15th; the school will experience a rapid
keep off the ocean, Emperor Bill bag limit has been reduced from growth in the next few years.1
had to try to make good his bluff, three to two deer in any season.
What result the proposed merger
It is to be hoped that America’s
The open season on migratory with Albany College may have, if I
Southern Pacific Lines
Orate and rcast
SOITIC Chail^GS HI
State Game Laws
We’ll Make Good
. . . JOB PRINTING . . .