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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1917)
Public sale bills printed at the
Kitchen Efficiency Contest
K. O. Stevenson was in from
his farm Monday.
Born, on Sunday, to Mr. and
The experience o f the past Mrs. Frank Allen, a baby girl.
years has shown in a practical
O. V. B. gaiden tools ut Gor
way the need o f a reserve don's hardware store.
The Express prints butter wrap
Crops are not always as pers with non-poisonous ink.
Ed Davi has sold his property
sured and markets are not al
on Gales Cieek street to Hugh
ways good. Any man may be Smith.
Universal ( 'offee Pereolator, 4 to 14
cupa. 93.60 to $"..50
found unprepared for advers
Lime and Sulphur spray, by
ity once, but no prudent man the gallon or barrel, at Liltler’s
will be found unprepared for Pharmacy.
The latest Columbia records o f 1
the same emergency the sec
All is fair-n o fee, no favor.
All women have equal
new songs on sale at Iitiler'sj
opportunity to win three valuable prizes during Uni
If you are one o f the many
A trial order is all we ask; next |
versal Kitchen Efficiency Week, April 9th to 1 1th.
who had no reserve to fall to post office. Buggies Cleaning
This contest is open to all, without expense or obli
back upon the past few years,
gation o f any kind.
Mrs John Heisler of Gales
begin NOW to get one. Be
gin early in 1917 with an ac
1. Prize for Homemade Itread
count in this bank.
For the best loaf o f Homemade bread submitted, irre
Mrs. Claude Hutchins a n d
o f size o f loaf, kind o f Hour used or method
b other. John Garrigus, of Banks,
( ’hopped Food.
o f making, we will give a Universal Coffee Urn, 6-cup
were in the Grove on Saturday.
George G. Hancock, real es
Forest Grove, Ore.
tate. farm loans and tire insur
2 . Prize for Rest Original ( hopped Food Recipe
new Anderson block. 50
Member Federal Reserve Bank
To the woman who sends the i>est recipe for Salad.
Mrs. S W. Patton went Sunday
Croquettes or other food prepared in a F cmm I Chopper,
to the Patton farm in Chehalem
will present a Set o f Universal Breakfast Carvers.
\ alley, where she wdl remain a
CONDENSED NEW S NOILS
3. Prize for Best Coffee Testimonial
You’ll enjoy mowing the lawn
Money to loan— Valley Realty
For the best reason why Coffee should lie made and
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf if you get the easy-ad jus ting,
be lK*st made in the Coffee Percolator, we will do
light-running ‘ ‘ Eclipse” mower.
Mrs. J. Van Meter visited in Adjusted by a single thumb-screw
nate a Universal Austrian Enamel Tea-Ball Tea Pot.
Portland Satuiday with M r s . and is self-sha: pening. See it at
ASK US for Contest Blanks and Complete details.
the Gordon Hardware store.
Mrs. H. S. Lilly of Gales Creek
'the ladies of the Cornelius
is visiting with her mother, Mrs.
church will hold their
J. Van Meter.
annual Easter Fete and dinner at
Ben W ard of ^ Gaston attended Cornelius on Saturday, April 14»h
Universal Coffee Urn
Universal Tea • Ball
t h e dairymens convention in Dinner will be served after five
For Best I .oaf o f
Carvers For Best
Tea Pot For Boat Cof-
Universal F<«*1 Ch<>|>|xT, four si**;».
Portland Saturday evening.
j o ’clock. A cordial invitation is
$1.25 to $2.25
Mrs. Reba Secour and son, Fd- extended to everyone,
win, visited in Hillsboro Wednes-
At Monday night’s meeting of
day wtth Mrs I)an Emerick.
11 he local I O. O. F. lo jge, Past
For Sale— F a u l t l e s s Stump- Grands R. C Hill, W. K Curtis
puller, complete and in good con- and V. S. Abraham were elected
dition. Phone David 251. 1-tf \ to represent the local lodge at the
International Sanitary Hover,
lodge met ting, to he he'd
the successful, economical brood- ^as re^ommended1 hv .he In a!i Mr. Kilpatrick and family, re known. They yield more mfor- Seymour, Clayton Lasham. Oscar
er, for sale by G. M. Littlehales
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cently from Iowa, have mov-d mation in clearer form and less Humburg Frank Brodcr^on, Law-
Wonderful. realistic and stu-
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as r. ¡nto tj,e Gibson cottage on ‘ C ” sp.ee t h a n any other. They rence Pierce. Paul Connet, Wil-
pendous — “ Civilization” — Star
Chapter D., P E. O.. met street.
show what to spray for, what liam Martin, Harold Sappington
Theater, Monday afternoon and Tuesday afternoon with Mrs.
with, at what time, and how to and Milton Simons. Thc-eScouts
. A pn
t 8U,r.plr,!V , p Kichams
t i L l hriflav -«-t-#
. „ Goff
passed 95 per cent or better, there
Your neighbors are planting and
;*nd Buriingham read interesting J
ti , l l , 1 A.
i \ . K
. n ' ichtsard
L , i
i „ .i,,! «how
show at a glance how to dilute being nine with KM) per cent.
‘ Pakro Seedtape.” Buy
P ^ F>er^on
T h e U t i ' S T « " S T ” of ¿ c t i t v , wblo brought , h ^ for required strengths and how to Eight b o . failed, The first five
combine for two or more troubles. named will be entitled to certifi
your garden. Ask Littlers Pbar- fj,, , 1 . kite of L- B. Sanborn.
macy about it
The hostess served a nice lunch to
: w,th rhnn “ nd made h< Illustrations show stage of hud, cates and uniforms There will
macy about it.
her guests The next meeting will eVtn,nK
J h' «*v‘ nT leaf a n d fruit development at be a f o r m a l presentation of
Mr. McAlear of Hillsboro visit- be with Mrs. F. S. Whitehouse on " nK .wa ? p' nl V
which applications are made.
badges one day next week, and
ed here Sunday with the families April 10th
music and all enjo\td the occa
and triends will tie invited.
Mr. W J. Good and Mr. D. N. ‘
p r U;|, c „,
er nee between a profitable and
\ 1 nrri«
Mrs. K. C . Hill Saturday night
The Ray Terry Williams Troop
entertained a dozen ladies at what
John Beahen Monday brought unprofitable c r o p , these li’ tle is registered as Troop 2 and Mr.
Paul Abraham, assistant cashier she called a “ hen” party and the to
Expr> ss otlice an egg meas- columns may mean a great deal
Shotwell’s 'Troop, as Troop 1.
of the Gaston State Bank, i> walk- ladies then and there present do uring 6* ¿x7' j inches and weigh to v rowers.
The boys cleared $9.50 alwive
ing with a crutch to relieve the affirm that they had one fine time inK 3} .¡ounce-.. The egg was laid
expenses on their “ movie” last
pressure from a sprained ank e.
at various amusing frames that by 14 black Minorca hen weighing
Boy Scout Exam ination
The “ Slidewell” tie slips through made
the time fairly slide along. «L1 £ pound* and Mr. Renhen says On Saturday March 24th, the W« ek
The boys arc working hard to
the collar so easily you’ll enjoy After t h e game-
th“ hoste-s «he lays almost ever> day at this following S c o u t s successfully
earn their *uits. Any one need
your Easter more thoroughly if i served one of her famous lunches season of the year
passed a very difficult examina ing any job done, call Scout
you wear one of these ties. Ask much to the enjoyment of her
tion at. the Central School: Don master.
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in INPW Isulietins Ralph Parker. Bruce Roe, George Job printing phone 821.
- - April 9th to 14th - -
3 FREE PRIZES 3
No Entrance Fee!
$1.75 to $3.50
First National Bank
THREE HANDSOM E P R IZE S!
Right Spraying Shown
Forest Grove Electric Store
WILLARD STORAGE BATTERIES
Recharged and Repaired
Ear Phone Batteries
All Kinds o f
Hylo Mazda Lamps
Parts for Hot Point, American Beaut>, Universal,
Fan Steel and G. E. Irons.
Yes, the cost of living’s high,
But we’d rather live than die.
And, since we must all live and eat, let us supply
your wants. We have
Meats, Vegetables and Fruits
in season and at Reasonable Prices.
Right on the Corner
Phone Your Wants
The Pacfic Market
C. H. GIGUERE, Prop.
O. A C., Corvallis. Ore., March
27.— T o give Oregon orchardi ts
in brie! form successful methods
of combatting pests and diseases
with the right materials at the
right time and used in the right
way, four spraying bulletins have '
just been issued by the Oregon
Agricultural C o l l e g e Extension
Service. Since it is already time
to apply the first of the sprays
recommended, growers are noti- j
tied that they may secure any or
all of the e bulletins immedietely.
The series is as follows:
Spraying apples and pears, No
193; Sp'aying prunes and plums,
No. 194; Spraying peaches. No.
195; and Spraying cherries, No.
“ Spraying aims to kill the pest
or parasite by hitting it with the
proper solution when it is unpro
tected. or to coat the susceptible
parts of the tree or ftuit with a
killing substance so that fungicide
or pest can make its attack at no
point not suitably protected with
a poisonous material,” says the
apple and pear bulletin. That is
what each number of the series
tells how to do for the particular
kind of tree for which it was
The spray tables are new and
different from any heretofore pub
lished on spraying, s o f a r as
r k U R PRIDE is Dry Lum-
her. We have the only
sheds in Washington county
big enough to house every
thing. We keep everything
to build with. Lumber al
ways bright and new.
always fresh and quick-set
ting. We keep it that way.
If you want to build a house, a barn, a garage, a chiek-
en house or a silo, we have the stuff right here. We don’ t
have to order it. Drive in and get it. We give you a posi
tive guarantee that our READY ROOFING will last you for
10 to 15 years. We buy in quantity. We buy cheap and we
sell cheap. Come in and talk. That is what we are here
The Main Street Lumber Yard
Copeland & McCready