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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1918)
QU|* Olirmi (Irmi? lExprcHH Good M of en the at County
I 'ul 1 1 int K ■< I every ThurmJsy nt Korest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. lienfer, Kililor ami Publisher.
Kntered aa »«comi c I hmm m atter Jan, 12,
at the u t*
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1870
( Continue«! from
Working in harmony with this
idea, Mrs. Hattie Vail of Man
ning, manager of the woman’s de
Paid in advanre
(1.50 partment, has arranged all the
.75 premium list awards in cookery to
.40 favor the savytg of wheat and
»ugar and all home made candies
THURSDAY, A U G U ST 8. 1018
exhibited must be made largely
“ Light weight in an automobile means more than it
Moody hoy«**” on the stage We without
Fancy work exhibits are dis ever did before,” says Joe A. Wiles, local dealer in Chevro
hav«- foimed little acquaintance couraged and prizes are off red
with the great body of represent for lied Cross work and other let automobiles.
ative Britons, Who are th e middle wartime n«'Cew»itie*, rather than
“ Less weight in a car means less expense for gasoline,
class. Our soldiers are now g"t- for the time-killing accomplish less expense for oil and less expense for tires. It means
ling to know ihem arid to like ment* of oth*»r days.
longer service for less cost—the very thing that is eagerly
them. They are also learning the The fair wil! he educational and sought
by every motorist. The man who drives a light car
good qualities of (he aris practical whiti1 the plans for the
*• * This paper has enhstod' isterling
around a lot of excess weight, which he can
features will be in
with the government in the and of the working people in g n entertainment
must pay for dearly in extra fuel and tire-
with the spirit of the
cause of Am erica for the |era) at the other extreme of the harmony
period o f the war.............. social scale, and that the stage Tickets have been placed on wear. “The light car not only costs much less to operate, but
lord and stage workingm in are sale in several localities already
freaks or caricatures.
and within the next f> w days may is easier to drive, «.»specially in congested traffic. For long
b«* had in practically every part distance driving, it is far more dependable. It’can travel
the county. Guarantee family
ease over rough roads and get in and out of places
Britons to the true charact« r of t ck I , admit ting hoi«:* r and fam with
the heavy car, handicapped with its own weight, could
he average American. H iving ily to the grounds at all time- never negotiate.
By wilting service of a free
been convinced that the American during the fair are being sold for
people to do theitu things:
not worship Mammon a’one $1 00. T h e purchaser of thi-
But, in spite of the many advantages of the light
To few! the Allien that tuey may
so devoted to a high ideal ncket become- also a promoter of weight “ car
continue to fight.
anyone can easily understand, if they give
as to leave all and fight for it, the the fair in 'hat th<- sale of 2.000 the subject which
T o feed the hungry In Belgium
thought, there are many laboring
Briton begins to find other good of lh«-se tick« ts in advance of th-
and other landa that they may
qualities He ducov> red that 'he opening of the fair comprises ih«- under the delusion that a light car lacks strength. This is
continue to live.
American is not a b aggait know plan for financing the * xhibition. not so. If built right, the light-weight car is just as
To feed our own aoldlnra over-
it all, hut is ready to learn hum Th«- list of managers for the staunch and sturdy as the heavy-weight car. As a rule, it
■•■an that they may went noth
b'y from those who have been various departments includes some also possesses longer life and depreciates less in value from
the deadly game of war of the foremost men and women year to year—all because there is less weight, which means
To keep price* steady and the
The American he their respective lin n in Wash
flow of distribution even that
has si en has been cenerally the in ington
c<«unty, many of then) of less strain, less wear and tear.
the poor at home may be fed.
and even national promi
To make everyoue'a effort count
“Anyone skeptical on this point should inspect the
ostentatiously sp«-nding his mil state
Ha utmost for winning tha
“ Four-Ninety” touring car. Here is a car weigh
lions in Europe or the adventurer by A. E Wescott, pre ident of
war for fisiedom.
pounds, yet possessing ample
th«* fair and one of th«* foremost strength for ail two uses thousand
FOOD CONTROL IN ANiKItlCA
to which it could possibly be put and
most progressive dai«ymen in
IS OF AND FOR TU B l»K01*LK
Harte, the movies and the best and
occasions. Because of its light weight
»+++++it-»++++++»*->^+-*+»+»+A seder novels. Now the Briton gets hands of H. T Buxton and this
motor, twenty-five miles on a gal
'acquainted with the real, average alone as-ures a premier exhibit
performance for this car. And
who talks 20th century Horticulture will be presided over
The commander of a unit of Ametican,
lang and does not say: “l gu«*'s” by M McDonald of Orenco and a set of tires on a “ Four-Ninety” will give exceptionally
Yank troop* on the went front in and
“calc’late,” who has br«»n to Oregon has no better nor more high mileage.”
formed hi* NU|>erior officer that ; college
he may be only a wide y - resp«*ct«d authority on
the Yanks had to have some rest. private, though
English and man- commercial fruits than he. Th**
“ Why rest?” asked the general. ; ners are as correct
as those of any success of the exhibit of fruits,
“ Because they are tired out try well-bred Englishman<
boost nuts, berries and grapes wa* fully Distributer for Washington and Columbia Counties
ing to ke' p up with the Hun'..“ ing of his town is found The
the assured when Mr. McDonald con
replied the unit commander. Yet natural loyalty of a man to th*»
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
to take charge of it and his
we have been taught these Hun« place which he has chosen for hw sented
pi ms a ready give p«omi<e of that
were su|»ermen invincible in bat home and which he helps to build ¡characteristic
tle. That’s what the beasts w.tnf- up, an atti'ude which cannot be he does things. energy
detailed People who purchase thpir Chas. VanDoren and family
••d us to believe, but so many of 'expected
and monuments of Lewis & Co , Hills- and George Ortman and family
the Yanks are from Missouri that ; liv«*s in a p ace simply because h«s remarkable plan which he is p«e
boro, save the commission usually Sunday took an auto trf 0 Bon_
they wil! take no man’s word that father and grandfather lived there paring for this exhibit will be paid
to agents, as this firm deals1 ...
^ . - ,
a thing is thus and so; they must and liecau.se h<- has had no par made in the near future.
ticular reason to move.
guaranteed satisfac- hatchery, which they pronounce
Plan-are under way to secure monuments
30 tf j worth going to see.
What are you going to exhibit The two na'ions are really get a number of attractions of more tory.
than ordinary value and each
at the county fair? Have you a
your winter’s supply of George G. Hancock, real es-
fine cow, horse mule, a pen of stances which tend to mutual lik week announcements of the pro- coal Order
of th e Forest Grove tate, farm loans and fire insur-
nice hens or pullets, some geese, ing. Old causes of quarrel cannot gtess of the fair jvill be made.
phone 0232. 30-tf ance, new Anderson block. 50
ducks, pigs or even a pa’r of fin«; endure after an American hears
Hesseltine Making Good
rabbits? Take them to the fab, an Englishman asc ribe the rev
following, from Sunday’s
so those who have nothing to ex
hibit will try to do bett«*r next George III was a pig-headed Ger Oregon Journal, would indicate
year. If you have no livestock, man fool, and the old political that Roy Hesseltine, who went to
take some garden or farm pro game of “twisting th e British Vancouver. Wash., about a y«ar
ducts, or if y«»u have discovered a lion’s tail” is never likely to be ago, is making good in the bank
new way to u-e food substitutes, ;revived. The American will real- ing business:
bring your result to the lair and iz«* that he has been deceived by “The Vancouver National bank
teach your neighbors. Fair- should insidious Ge rman propaganda, de has .secured a large portion of the
be more than reunions and pic liberately planned to promote itl-
building, recently va
nics -they should b * schools for 'wil between two nations which adjoining
helping each othdr over difficult ¡Germany clt*sired to keep apart company.
J until she got ready to destroy “ Roy Hes-eltine, president of
¡them in succession. Both nations the bank, said that, since the
will hold t «..„v
h a t by provoking
was taken over by the new
Minds of Americans are so cen America to war in alliance with hank
over a year ago, its
Britain, the Kni'er has un business has practically
tered in France as the actual field Gieat
of battle that they are apt to gether in so complete an under “Since coming to this city Mr.
Hesseltftte and his family have1
overlook the fact that many thous standing
that a quarrel will for been
residing in the residence for
and of our troop? do not go din ct ever after he impossible.—Port merly
occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
to that country, but land first at land Oregonian.
Crawford at 414 West
English or Scotch ports, undergo
str.et. Recently Mr.
training fora considerable peiiod
Phone 531 *
Hesseltine purchased property at
in British camps and finally go to “ Rean growers in Oregon should Eighteenth
France by the Channel route plan to save their own s«*ed,” says where a large and
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
wh ch is u-«*d by the British army. H. P. Barss. plant pathologist at to cost about $7.500, is bungalow,
It is reported t h a t American O A C. “Beans, very gen«*rally, der construction.”
troops are billeted at no less than | appear to be alB'Cted this season
80 plumbs in Great Britain.
i by a disease whose cause is ob
Apply Poison Spray
This arrangement* has brought scure, called Bran Mosaic, which Co-vallis, August 7.—The new
about relations which muy have has a tendency to materially re generation of the codling moth is
lasting effict on the future inter duce the yield.
soon and the poison spray ap
course of Jh*' two Nations and on ‘As it is likely that this is1 a due
and pears for
their attitude toward each other. seed borne disease and there is no the control to of apples
It has brought together a large certainty that seed growers will l>e applied throughout
number of average representa sell selected seed, each grower Oregon immediately for the
tives of the American people and should pick out a plot in his field tesults The worms are unusually
the great, mass of the British peo
to its new location, in the Haines Building
pull out all aliened plants, abundant this year and great care
pie under circumstances which ¡and
predispose them to fru-ndship and mature for seed purposes.”
thorough, points out A.
mutual understanding The En* A description of the disease and plication
ontomologist in the
glishman w<* have known in Amer of methods of selecting the plants Oregon Agricultural
where we are better than ever equipped to supply
ica has b«*«*n th e aristocrat or | for seed can be obtained by writ
the public with Meats, Vegetables and
Remember, friends, you must
plutocratic tour it, the immigrant ing to Professor Barss
pay in advance to get the Express
workingman or the remittance
Farm and Dairy Products
man in person, or the brainless We deliver ice cream to any at one dollar per year. The reg
fool of a lord, or the cockn«*y who j part of the city. Tell it to phone ular price is $1 50. We pay you WALTER ROSWURM
drops his “h’s” and “blasts your ' 632. Ottice Shearer.
26-tf 50c to collect ftom yourself.
11.00 One year
The Economy of a
Joe A. Wiles
The Main Street
has the largest and best-
housed stock of Building
Materials in Washington
Copeland & McCready
The Pacific Market
One Door South of the Postoffice