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This is an age of imitation, but
“When the fact is recognized months, the council hired a man
that nearly one-third the area of whose sole duty it was to keep you must copv, copy from a mas
Published & Edited by
has been included in fed- the crossings clean. Many gold- ter.
G. E. S E C O U R
DI R E C T O R Y
eral reserves, which it is now pro en encomiums were won by the
in the City of
F o rest G ro ve , O reg o n ,
posed perpetually to keep under c i t y dads by reason of their
Any one can make a living but
THURSDAY of EACH WEEK. federal control, with no contri thoughtfulness, and it is highly so few have learned to live.
bution to the expenses of our probable that they will repeat the
I n d epen d en t P hones
W. M. Langley & Son
same stunt this coming season.
If a man warns you against
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R e s id e n c e 231 state government it can be read
ily seen under how heavy a hand But it would lessen the cost of his competitor, ask to see his own
Entered a t the poet office a t Forest Grove, Osm
icap the future developement of keeping the crossings cb an and rent receipt.
as mail m atter o f the second class.
also add much to the comfort of
Forest Grove, Ogn.
our state is placed.
T e r m s of S u b s c r ip t io n
CASH IN ADVANCE
Every cloud has a silver lining,
called federal conservation of the built in the proper manner so as j but the same can’t be said of J. N. Hoffman
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Oregon timber on the federal re to prevent the collection of so
Display advertisements for publica serves tends to lessen the cost of much mud upon them. The par- j every pocket.
C ollectio n » a n d a ll b u s in e s s e n tru s te d to m
tion in the PRESS must be in this office
R iven p r o m p t a t te n t io n . A tto r n e y for F otS r
ticular crossings of which w e
G ro v e C o llectio n A grency.
not later than Tuesday evening to in lumber. The fact is directly con
Ojfce-Hoffman Bldg. Pacific Ave.
sure appearance in current issue.
many men have really Ind. Phone 502
are millions of feet of timber in ial material enough, are constru- aiie
the federal reserves of Oregon cted in the manner in which the stronli characters.
To Our Patrons that are ripe, that are deteriorat Oregonian loves to build his roads
H. W. Vollmer, M. D.
The man who knocks is like a
ing, that ought to be cut and that viz: flat as possible, and a little
Physician and Surgeon
The PRESS is published with could be cut without in any way below the surface of the surround- motor that does the same thing—
Office in Abbott Bldg.
the constant aim of best serving: diminishing the future possibili ing territory. The result is that he needs repairing.
Forest Grove, Ogn.
our advertisers and subscribers, ties of forest production.
when it rains, which happens
We believe they are interested in
“This wasting resource would quite occasionally in this section
I t’s the hills that prove a car—
the publication, and we shall be be utalized under state control.
of Oregon, the moisture gathers the upgrade pulls that demon- O. W. Humphrey
pleased to receive any suggestion
“ As it is, the withdrawal of at the lowest level, which is a strate the man.
looking towards its improvement. the timber and its withholding characteristic of water, becomes J
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Office- K. P. Bldg.
If you know any news items of from market has had the effect of mixed with the dust, and the re-
It is not the high cost of living,
interest, such as visitors to or raising the price of lumber, be suiting compound is something but the cost of high living that
from the city, weddings, social cause practically all the timber that causes dirty footwear and js ailing the country.—Jas.J.Hiil.
Dr. O. H. Scheetz
gatherings, births, deaths, new outside the federal reserves is in bad language. Build new cross-
improvements, fires, accidents, the hands of big corporations. ings, and build’em up.
My! My! Such a howl. Won S p e c ia lis t in n e rv o u s d is e a se s, lu n * trouble,
etc., either in town or country, Timber rose in price as soon as
der where he secured the dope r h e u m a tis m , in f a c t a ll d ite a s e s .
phone them in. make a note of the government policy was estab
A Good Move:
that packed the pipe that caused
Office next to LaCourse’s store
the occurances and hand in at the lished, so that the federal gov
Push It Along
office, or tell Mr. Ed. S. Sparks, ernment has unwittingly played
W. H. Hollis
The action of the city council
who is reporter for the PRESS, into the hands of the timber syn
about it. Your kindness will be dicates, to the detriment of the
appreciated. When you have citizens of Minnesota, as well as sioner, at the last regular session \ her that a sister is a nice thing to
of that body, to serve legal notice have just to take cake away from,
read your paper, kindly hand it to those of Oregon.
Forest Grove, Ggn.
on a number of property owners if nothing else.
some one not a subscriber. If he
to repair their sidewalks, is to be
reads a copy we will land him.
Lessons learned in the school W. Q. Tucker, M. D.
and the P ress hopes
Physician and Surgeon
the city fathers wil keep up the of experience are to be paid for at
of Women A ¡specialty
Ind. phones: Office 505.
Travel the world over, and those good work until every sidewalk their full value. There are no
Brown’s Old Office
Residence 285 or 231.
“ bargain days.”
whom you find in the front rank in town is in good condition.
Forest Glove, Ore.
It should not be necessary for
of affairs; those who exert the
The bachelors of one town in
greatest influence over their fel the council to exercise their per-
Victor H. Limber
lows, whether it be in the busy ogative in demanding of the citi Oregon organized a club and ad
For Natural Resources
Funeral Director and Emkahner
vertised for wives. Now they
Homer C. Atwell, Pres’t of the marts of the teeming city or in zens that they repair their walks, wish they hadn’t.
Oregon Horticultural Society, who the quiet village, are those who as personal and civic pride should
C h a p el,
b o rest Grove
was one of the delegates appoint
ed by Acting Governor Jay Bow-
matter, yet if continued careless good motto, but some there are Dr. C. E. Bockmann
erman to represent the state at convictions.
ness and delay follow a known who kick like a mule because the
the Conservation Congress which
the council does well to com other fellow exists.
met at St. Paul, gave the follow
ing interview to the St. Paul Dis of an audience, yet one determin pel the property owners to “get|
Office next door to Forest Grove Press
H o m e office: 151 E a s t 2o S t., P o rtla n d
patch, in which he outlined the ed man, tho he speak to a lesser a move on” . More power to the j In the mire of adversity our
eyes get full of mud—instead of
views of the minority members of number, will, by the very force council.
Why people living in a munici- seeing its advantages we only
the Oregon delegation in regard of his courage, have accomplished
W. J. k . B ea ch
should hope to receive all feel its inconveniences.
to the national or state control of
Fire and Life Insura, ce
natural resources: ‘ ‘The position of mollycoddle who may h a v e the benefits of city life, and as-
the people of our section, who seek
to place limits on the broad doc who shouts his inanities at indiff of those mysteries past finding | there were morp word, that
If you don’t insure with me
trine of federal control of natur erent ears. It sometime happens out, yet such is the tact.and quite rhyme will “ iove” Th» sunny
WE BO iH LOSE
al resources, is greatly misunder that people will have do decided frequently only the strong arm skieg above» need a rest.
stood in the Middle West and opinions on any given public mat of the law will bring them to time.
North First Street, near Main
in the East,” said Mr. Atwell. ter, and this applies more partic This paper feels that its agitat Some men are always looking
F o r e s t G rove, Ore.
“ It is, in my opinion, much to be u l a r to the matter of politics. ion for better sidewalks has for pearls in their oyster soup.
regretted that our view of the You frequently find country edi created a sentiment among the As for us. we would be satisfied
question was given no adequate tors i n this class. It i s well townspeople that will be shown if we could find the oyster.
opportunity for presentation at enough in that case for them not soon in a class of walks that will
this congress. It is still more re to take a stand one way or the be a credit to Forest Grove.
grettable that those that have other. But when you find the
A Good Man
participated in its proceedings
reasonable. Basement Hoffman tuild-
For Justice of Peace
have chosen a position which we
J did explain so they will just keep inK' phone 502.
do not hold, and therefrom to political system—as the assembly
A number of citizens of this 0n “suspecting
charge us with advocacy of state’s plan of nominating candidates precinct have urged Mr. Edward
rights and with antagonism of for instance—yet who lacks the R. Wirtz to place his name before
So live that when age comes
nerve, thru fear of losing his
the principles of conservation,
the voters at the primary election upon you, you will be like the
“ We yield to none in loyalty to “ trade” to even print the speech for Justice of the Peace for this
mighty oak, sound at the heart,
those principles; but we think es of the opposition in his news precinct, but as he is a non-parti-
rather than like the hollow lind j : ,
there may honestly exist a diff section, you will not have to go zan, his name could not be put on
rotten at the core.
Prompt Attention Given to
erence of opinion as to the proper
the official ballot. Those who
Calls. Modern Equip-
agencies and details for carrying
wish to see Mr. Wirtz nominated
es, both the business men and cit
out those principles. Briefly, we
to the office may write his name
izens in general, will give you
believe in home rule as applied to
on the ballot when they go to the
natural resources, wherever it is their characterization of him,and polls to vote. We believe Mr.
in most cases they will say he is
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practicable. We believe that the
Wirtz possesses all the necessary
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a spineless shrimp.
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rugged yeomanry of the Pacific
qualifications for the office, and
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that his nomination and election
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ve its resources.
would meet with general appro
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“ We believe that the income Are Certainly Needed
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from those resources wisely con-
Not only are there many side-
Letter Heads, Envelopes.
Do you lead where others fol
served and utalized. should bede- walks in various parts of the city
Business Cards, Calling
voted to lessening the burden of that need repair, but there are low? Repair your sidewalks.
Cards, Statements. Bil'
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taxation in the state where the aiso a number of street crossings
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Heads. Circulars, ^
resources are located.
that call for attention, probably
Have you the gift of visualizing
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“We believe that we should be the worst ones being those at the
Anything else that can be pi0-
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allowed an opportunity to repeat intersections of Main street and weeds in your front yard.
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duced with ink and paper, i*
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the brilliant example of Minne- First Avenue, north.
us have your next order, *♦
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•ota, whose mineral lands have
Last winter, after the citizens
Why is it that anything any-
will deliver you a satisfactory &
become. without waste of resour- of the town and strangers com- body else has always seems more Saturday Orni,
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an immensely valuable asset ing in looking for a location, had valuable than when you have it Sunday
An Artistic Job
to her people.
waded thru the mud for several yourself?
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