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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1917)
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
S. P. Food Train
Fishing and hunting licenses go
up 50c each next Monday.
3 SH STAMPS G M *
SUM STAMPS GIVEN
Bearing ex p e r t s on farming,
Mrs. I,. C. Mis/, returned last
poultry raising and
week from her Montana visit.
. . . .
canning from the O. A. C , the
Warraray .|,« l and mortK,«.. iS()Ulh,.ri) j.wiflc (o))d prepared.
¡¡il“" k" ,or «•« « lhe
n.™ oar arrival in thia city about!
M O R B lI O M » ’ 4 I Ï Cr
•••-IT O T H U D « T . Í /
noon last Thursday and during,
A trial order is all we ask; next the afternoon the shakers, Miss* |
W « .E i0fflC*’ RU‘'g “
cs Turley and Cowgill and Messrs.'
Double S. & H. Stamps Given
G. Ex.. S-17-17
lam b and Brown talked to the
Mrs Knapp and son. Dudley, teachers and puplU of the schools
th a tc h k k NOTES
jng them in a place which is al-
left Monday for a v.s.t in and at th(. High School building, ex-1
.iroum en eton.
plaining the foods most needed j
M f . I.ena M ott i„ quit* ill w ith m e Ornately damp and cool and dry
larial fev er.
and warm. It is almost impossi-
See that new line of shoes, for and the best meth(His of raising
men, women and children, at A and conserving them.
A committee of twelve repre- E. David o f P ortland was a Sunday ble to cold storage an egg which
(I. Hoffman & C o's
In the evening Misses Turley senting the various commercial, visito r a t th e home o f his niece, Mrs. ¡8 allowed to become moist on
T h atch er.
the surface. Washing removes
Henry Johnson of the Wilson and Cowgill addressed a small educational, civic and patriotic P rank
Miss M ary Buckley of W yom ing is
organizations of the city, met v isitin g a t th e home o f h e r uncle, W. A. the mucuous coating on the shell,
River district is laid up with in
thus allowing bacteria to pene-
canning, while Mr. Lamb and with Prof. Hrown of the Southern The L ad ies’ in d u stria l club m et la st trate the shell more easily. Dirty
The best Arsenate of I>*ad on Mr. Hrown spoke at Verts hall on Paciffc-0. A. C Food Préparer!- !
w ith Mrs. I.y th a Sim m ons. A eggB should be discarded.
the market is Sherwin-Williams, poultry a n d gardening. M r . ness Train. Thursday afternoon week
larg e m ajo rity o f th e m em bers w ere
The eggs should be stored in a
for sale at Littler’s Pharmacy.
Iam b had been toid by experts and effected the organization of , p re se n t and the m eetin g w as excep-
Whil«cranking a Ford Satur that eggs were liable to go to a “ Patriotic Food Preparedness i tionally in terestin g , due to the fa c t clean condition in a dry, cool
, • .
• $100 per dozen next winter and
day. Roy Mayea sustained an in- he waJ not prepared to dispute league” for the purpose of super- , th a t a n um ber o f im p o rtan t buaineaa place.
jury to his knee that laid him up the assertion. Too many poultry- vising the production of food- questions w ere bro u g h t up and dia-¡ Eggs collected in case lots for a
A m ong the m ost im p o rta n t was central cold-storage plant must
for several days.
men had sold olf their poultry be- -tuffs,
and . en-1 I cussed.
# r, . ÍT
th e organization o f a Red Cross auxil-
never be stored, even for a short
u b . T he se c re ta ry
Kaleigh Walker and a party of pau“e. °f
f* ed to
Hillsboro boys left Monday for perini-
«"„-h k « th*n H. J. Simpson Was appointed sec- was authorized to send $5 to th e Y. M. time, in the vicinity of a moisture
the visinity of Head to look at a dollar. He thought the liatch- retary and the following execu- C. A. h e a d q u a rte rs and the club agreed condensation which appears on
, ing season about over, and cau
some farm lands.
subscribe a ce rta in sum , to be paid i the surface of the eggs and causes
tioned those who had hens and live steering committee w a s elect-
q u a rte rly , to this w ork. Mrs. L. M. ! bacterial growth.—T. D. Beck-
People who have rooms to rent pU]|t.l8 to trap-nest them and e d ;
raham o f F o re st Grove and Miss Mary
during the G. A. R. encampment keep every one that was a good
Woman’s C lu b -M rs. B. F .! G Buckley
with, Professor of Bacteriology at
w ere visitors, th e fo rm er giv-
June 26, 27 and 28 please j layer. If the war was a long one,
! ¡ng an in te re s tin g talk on Red Cross
notify Mrs. John Anderson.
he hoped to see many more chicks White.
Honor Guard—Miss Forbis.
work. W hile a delicious luncheon w as
New Milk Law Explained
Hordoux Mixture, Hlack I>eai hatched next year than this.
Boy Scouts and Home Guard—
“ " “ L the g u ests listened to a
has been considerable
40 and all the best insecticides on
Mr. Hrown urged his hearers to
num ber o f very enjoyable selections on
hand at all times at prices that plant gardens, giving preference
the g rafan o la, a f te r which followed the misunderstanding as to the pro
are right. Lit tier’s Pharmacy.
| to crops like potatoes, peas, beans I Public Schools -Prof. H. E. In- usual good tim e.
, visions of an act passed by the
Joe A. Wiles would like to 1 and other crops that could bejlow.
T he T h a tc h e r school term closes the recent legislature requiring t h e
write your insurance. Will give c*nried or dried Few people re-
Pacific University Prof. R. F.
;M* * nid \heIJcu!t°.Tar„y u‘lafud.a.y’’ I pasteurizing
of milk. , The past-
picnic will be held a t th e school house.
you service that will lie to your ,
,llUi hal< *.
Kreal demand ciarke.
advantage. Upstairs in Ander- |his fall and winter for food stuffs, j
¡E v ery o n e is invited to “ bring din n er e u r ?z m ? a P P l,e s ° n ,y t 0 m , l k
Commercial Club—L. M. Gra- and sta y all d a y .” In th e aftern o o n which is to be retailed, and then
son block, room 2.
ThtT‘‘ need b‘‘„no iear of an. 0Ver 1.
production. He gave advice on ham.
th e re will be a baseball gam e betw een only when from COWS that have
Coir Pros. Tuesday received a how to protect crops from para-1 City Council-W. J. McCready. the m arried men and th e boys, which not passed the tuberculin test.
consignment of eleven John Deere sites and laid particular emphasis! Distribution of Products—H. J. prom ises m uch ex cite m e n t fo r th e fans. ^ j j | k t o be g o j j jn bulk at whole-
wagons and Ed. Wirtz received ,,n planting only good seed. For Simpson
Mr. and M rs. James W est and M rs.
a nasty rap on the left eyebrow 1 beans, h advised planting the,
L. M. G raham of F o re st Grove w ere sale or to creameries, shall not be
Legal Advisor—Manche Lang- dinner g u e sts of Mr. and M rs. A. Bal- pasteurized.
while assisting in (he unloading.
j,a<jy Wa hingion and Red Mexi-
Glenn Morgan, senior at Pacific Pun. Cardens should be made to
lin g er T h u rsd ay .
The tuberculin test will be
University, has been offered the do double duty this year, planting
Chief Gardener and Overseer—. T he Sunday evening song service w as made by the state livestock sani-
position of instructor inlscience, | late crops as soon as_ the^early h . B. Johnson.
held a t th e hom e of M r and M rs. W . A. t a r y b o a r d &nd a f t e r a f a r m e r Qr
history and athletics at FNtaeada crops wert» harvested. Tin is
The members of the above com- B uckley. A good-sized crow d assem -
high school for next year and will scarce this year and he advised mittees met Tuesday evening and bled and th e evening w as devoted to ^
I m ST
| the housewives to save every glass elected H. E. Inlow permanent sat'red
Special tion for such test he shall be ex
jar that would hold fruits or veg- chairman and B J . Simpson per- n um l,e rs w ere given by Miss M yrtle empt from the provisions of the
You’ll enjoy mowing the awn , etablesand
dry those that could
if you get the easy-adjusting, not lie canned Printed circulars munent secretary. Chairmen of Gilpin, M rs. Leon Sills, M rs. A. Bal- act until the test is made, that is,
. ' .committees were appointed as fol lin g er and Miss M ary Buckley.
light-running “ Eclipse” mower. on any’ of these subjects
he may go ahead selling milk just
Adjusted by a single thumb-screw secured by writing the O. A. C. lows:
G A LES ( R EEK
as if the test had been made.
and is self-sharpening. See it at at Corvallis.
Survey—W. H. Hollis.
The act does not state that the
Mrs. E va Hoffman and children of
the Cordon Hardware Store.
Press—Mrs. B. F. White.
F o rest G rove are visiting a t the John person shall pay any fee, so that
The members of the local Arti
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
Crops—H. B. Johnson.
H eisler hom e b e fo re th e ir d e p a rtu re the test is probably made at the
san lodge initiated one member
expense of the state. If the test
The Washington County Teach-;
Tu«*sday evening and enjoyed a
A son w as born to Mr. and M rs. J o h n ! 3 u c c e s s f u]> t h e m i| k f r o m s u c h
social evening, with lunch. As
i-nws mav he sold
l>er instruction, members came in meeting of the year at Dilley S a t-: ham next Satuiday, at 7:00 p m.i VVllson
Tw ins (a boy and a girl) w ere born
v-o w s may
their every-day clothes, leaving
Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
P o tts, pasteurized. The law goes into
Meeting opened with singing of!
their company manners at home.
coats, in the latest style and most b u t the boy passed aw ay.
(effect September 1.—McMinn-
Music, games and a good time re “Star Spangled Banner” Ly a 1, approved pattern, ju<t received at Mrs. C hurchill visited in th e Grove j ville News-Reporter.
Anderson’s. Come and see them. F riday.
. . Earl , D.
I Mr. and M rs. Dan P ierce o f th e
D. D. & M. B. BUMP
Dean o f the Extension Division, ,
Military Census Enumerators
G rove visited G ales C reek friends Sun- i
Uni v e r i t y o f Oregon, gave an m
gh( fiff App|euate has appointed day.
Attorneys at Law
teresting talk upon ^he Oregon | f w B a |d ; P j C ^Clark, H. E .! Mr8 J- h Adkin8 visited her daugh- j
. Teachers’ Reading Circle work
Loans and Real Estate
te r, M rs. M cR oberts, T uesday.
Prof. Bonham of Midway, dis Inlow and A G Hoffman to take A rt H enry is doing som e c o n c re te , D. D. B U M P.
M. B. BU M P.
cussed present-day teaching of the military census in this city, i w ork th e cem etery.
R esidence H illsboro
Arithmetic and P r o f . Patton, at a date to be named by Pres- ' Rosa M aitland is w orking fo r John F o re st G rove.
Offices H IL L SB O R O
principal of Hillsboro High School, ident Wilson. Others appointed Wilson fo r a few days,
reviewed the preparation of leach- in this part of the county are J
Q uite a crowd atten d ed church Sun-
N.H O FFM A N
ers for their life work.
W. Hughes, Dilley; J H. Wescott, day to h e a r M rs. C hapm an.
A violin solo and encore by
Attorney At Law
Miss Emma Crafts, with char- Grove; James Churchill, Gales auto, to be used in hauling m ail be- j
acler songs, recitations and an or- j Creek; John Vandt hey, Verboort; | tw een Glen wood and F o re st Grove.
Patent Office Business Solicited
iginal dramatization by the Dilley B. Ortman, Purdin; H. Atlee,
Burpee Starts Over
pupils, made the day one of the Banks; S. H. Stotwell, Buxton;
F'rank Sholes and Geo A. Wilcox,
I. P. Burpee, who was in the
most enjoyable of the year.
Cornelius. These men are to poultry business with Chas. H.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. ( aples St>rVe without pay and failure to
Tuesday e v e n i n g attended a serve, unless excused, is punish- Elliott on Gales Creek for some
i time, but later decided to quit th e !
birthday surprise party given Jo h n |able by imprisonment’.
Van Loo of the Green ville district, f
! business, has purchased the in-
Neighiwirs and friends to the num
A R o o fin g for
Everybody Come to Orenco
terest of Mr. Elliott and is hack at i
WHY DON’T YOU
ber of several dozen gathered at
. Sa urday he received j
E v ery Kind
the George Yrandehey home and Roads Association is planning on t>y expres s 1,000 baby chicks and
Of U u i l d i n g
then went in a body to the Van- . having an all-day session on S a t-,
ierstood he will purchase
Loo place, where they had
one ! urday, May 26th. at Orenco, at 2’°°? more aad ?.n8a*e ,n
! which time we will have speakers P a ltry production on a larger
I t coats nothing to inquire
to present the matter of the Six sca*e than ever.
W. C. T. U.
ASK HIM ABOUT
Bond Issue, one to ex-
The short-burner ” Bon-AmiMi
A parlor meeting of the W. C.
M anufactured by
i i . u . win oe neiu wun ivirs. nar sy8tt.m and also one from the Ore- clost> to vour cooking utensil
o |*,»f 4*I-I lir at 2.30 gon Agricultural College to ex- S e T it^ a t ''the^ G o rd o n ^rd w are
i P- m. Subject, Law F.nforce- plain the government s Food P re-1 store.
ment.” Mrs. Connett, leader of paredness campaign.
AND GET A HIGH CASH
program. District Attorney E. |
farmers are planning on
The Care of Eggs
PRICE FOR YOUR
Roofing Manufacturing Co. B longue will s ^ a k on the sub- bringing their lunches and having; It is very essential that eggs for
Portland, O regon
Found Auto license tag. Call j £ord'ady invited to come out and j water-glaas should be clean, yet
KOH N U B BY
a l l h » uffic
'a r^ c o m f* . ‘I>«y must not be washed. They
White kid gloves cleaned, 10c tent to talk on them.
I must not be allowed to be-
Pacific Ave. and Third St.
per pair at Ruggles’, next to post-
come damp, either by allowing
H. V. MEADE,
Secretary i rain to fall upon them, or by stor-
&£¿ otv C&tñing
B u t I la r d T o
F. A. Moore
Forest Grove Planing Mill
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