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FOREST G ROVE. OREGON. T H U R SD A Y . FEBR U AR Y 15. 1912.
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welcome guest so long that every
one should know it. If the scale
doesn’t happen to be on your
Ldd Paff is running1 the Hotel
trees, there is probably some
other pest. Spraying will invig
Jessie Scott. Paul Schultz and
orate the trees anyhow. The
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Scott were
law says we must clean up. I
visiting at Cherry Grove Sunday.
ask the co-operation of the pub-
Frances Reifenrath and Glen
lie to that end. Get some reliable
Lee have the smallpox.
man to spray your trees and
bushes, or do it yourself. Con
Mrs.W. E. Lee is very sick.
centrated lime-sulphur may be
Levi Lovegren went to Tacoma,
had at the drug and feed stores.
Washington, last Saturday.
It must be diluted. Don’t apply
Dick Lungrin went to Portland
when tree is wet with rain or
FOREST GROVE, February 15. Saturday.
The proposition of interesting fog. Use high pressure. It will
Heavy reinforced concrete
— (Editor of the Press)—The a r Mr. John Yunker was in For street pavement, six inches thick
the schools of Washington coun pay you to spray, and add to the
ticle in your last issue under the est Grove Saturday.
with four inches of rock base, W h o P r esid ed as T o a st-M a ster at B u sin ess ty in competition of industrial appearance of the town besides.
heading, “ Hines Makes Explan
work was carefully considered
M en ’s B a n p u e t M o n d a y N igh t.
The public are reminded that
laid with perfect symmetry of
ation,” certainly sheds light on
to be applied to the
surface, and given a finishing
one point but is silent on the oth
able mixer, which is the system last. Friday, and after listening roots of trees are as old as the
Miss Dill spent Saturday and that makes it look exceptionally used by a certain patent com
ers. His explanation regarding
to Mr, Thomason, Field Manager fruit industry. The inspector
smooth and enduring, and cost
the handling of the workmen’s
from Supt. L. R. Alderman’s of- has no quarrel with those who
Mrs. D. S. Pierce, accompan- ing but $1.29 a square yard, is
checks shows conclusively that
“ The whole table of costs for fice, it was voted unanimously to wish to spend money for such
the record of a straightforward
the employees of the Forest 'ed by her son and daughter, vis- Astoria contractor who is not a this work is as follows, the fig take up the work in our schools, things. His only concern at pres-
Grove National Bank, from pres-
the home of her sister,
ures having been furnished me Since favorable action has ent is to see that you have no
| member of any paving combine.
ident to janitor, really audited Mrs. Jas. Churchill, last Sunday.
from the records of the city of been taken by the Educational scale. In pursuit of that object
0. Borin recently has complet
the accounts of the workmen as The infant child of Mr. and ed on Commercial street, Asto Astoria: Preparing roadbed for Board, Supt. Case will push the he will not be influenced by
he says the checks were cashed Mrs. Seth, who was quite sick ria, three blocks of this work, crushed rock, 3202ssquare yards, matter of getting the plan be amount expended for root
at 34 cents, $1088; crushed rock fore the schools in time for the washes.
at the bank and the council only for a few days, is much better.
and Portland men who have
in sub-grade, 200 cubic yards, spring planting.
audited the total account as ren-
, „ , ,
H. C. A t w e l l ,
Williams and Buckley have viewed the pavement declare it $500; steel reinforcement, 18,600
dered by the bank; that is, the
an in- j
County Fruit Inspector.
far superior to Portland’s $2.40
lineal feet, $558, and 3202 square spiration be created, and an in-j
finance committee arranged, as
and $1.80 a square yard product.
yards of concrete pavement at terest be aroused in leading the j
“ a matter of convenience,” to putting in a new edger.
All the sand used was shipped
Dance Is Success
have the bank employees do Mrs. J. S. Lilly is spending a from Portland to Astoria. $1.29, $4130, making a total cost school children to contest in the
The big dance held at the
their work, as regards the ac few days at McMinnville with Crushed rock was paid for at for the work of $6276.58.”
following industrial lines, viz:
of J. W. Kyle on Gales
counts of the workmen, which
1. Agricultural -The growing
the rate of $2.50 a cubic vard,
Saturday night proved
as councilmen they had taken
of the best potatoes, cabbage,
Mrs. Vincent went to Portland instead of the $1.50 average
of a success. Those
their oath to perform. Surely Monday to see her daughter who price possible in Portland. Ce
watermelons, musk melons, field
the family were
this is not such a showing as s being treated for appendicitis. ment did not cost less in Astoria
Next Sunday is woman’s day corn, sweet corn, popcorn, hops, !
should be expected from a “ busi
than in Portland. For the rein at the Christian church Sunday sweet peas, and astors.
ness administration,” and from
forced work, 18,600 lineal feet school. The women are arrang 2. Industrial Work For darn- j Earl Bateman, Chester Vincent,
the showing it is very evident,
of one-quarter inch bars were ing a fine program for the occa ing and patching, and the mak- j
that with his experience in hand Daniel Staver is erecting a fine used, costing $558, which are sion, and are working very hard ing of aprons and dresses; mak- Harrison Heisler, Wm. Lunney,
ling the city funds, the Doctor hog house. When finished it will ¡.wholly unnecessary in average to surpass the fine record made ing bread and jelly, and the can-! Roy Richardson, Ben Bateman,
Will Williams, and Misses Phre-
is fitted for the position he now be the most complete in this pavement work, and were placed by the men on men’s day. Every ningof fruit and vegetables.
Loving, Ruth Lilly. Eva
holds, for in an article in the part of the country.
in this contract because of the woman come and help next Sun 3. Animal Industry —i The Fletcher, Edna Lilly, Gertrude
Review of Reviews a writer in
soft character of the formation day, and let all the men add growing of thoroughbred pigs, Sutford, Katie Heisler, Elizabeth
Gales Creek Precinct
forms us that “ the Post Office
their presence, and make this calves, and chickens.
Department is a monument of
of our great days in the Bi 4. Industrial Work—The mak Falkner, and Mrs. Ben Bateman
Gales Creek precinct compris
“These figures show how we
and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. Late
business inefficiency” and in the es the following sections:
have been held up here for a ble school. At the regular morn ing of bird houses, book racks, hours were kept and the merry
report of the joint commission of T 1 n; r 4 w, 4 to 9; 16, 17, 18. i long time in a merciless man ing service the pastor will preach and simple pieces of furniture.
the two houses of Congress on
T 2 n; r 4 w, 19, 20: 29 to 32. ner,” said the Portland man on “God’s Gracious Purpose in Supt. Case recommends that makers danced to most excellent
their investigation of the Post
T 1 n; r 5 w, 1, 2, 3; 9 to 36.
facts the Ages” . By request of the each school garden be designated
Office Department they united in T 2 n; r 5 w, w£ of 2; 3 to 10; about the Astoria work. “ When ladies of the W. C. T. U. the ev 3V floating over it a small flag—
a report showing that no ac wi and sej 11; si of 12; 13 to 30; any company had the audacity ening service will again be ad ‘The Stars and Stripes” - show
The undersigned, a member of
counts were kept which made it 32 to 36.
to charge $2.40, or $2, or even journed for a union service at ing loyalty to the farm and the Republican party and resid-
possible to find out the essential
T 3 n; r 5 w, wi of 26; 27 to $1.80 a square yard for cement the Congregational church, at lome. Children competing in
inf at Hillsboro, announces hpn-
things about the business opera- 34; wi of 35.
concrete pavement here, the whieh Mrs Scoville, of Chicago, this contest must plant and cul self a candidate for Sheriff be
tivate the soil themselves, feed
tion of the service. His article
T 1 n; r 6 w, 25, 26, 34, 35, 36. management had certainly taken
also states that the workmen’s T 2 n; r 6 w, 1 to 6; 8 to 16: our measure for the original
Remember the fine dinner that and raise the chickens and other fore the Republican primaries to
be held in Washington county,
checks are in the hands of the 22 to 25.
easy. The figures from this As is being arranged in the dining animals, do the sewing, canning,
Recorder and we can find the ex T 3 n; r 6 w, 31 to 36. Always toria woi k prove that the type room of the Christian church for cooking, and hand work, all of April 9, 1912. If nominated and
cer_ elected I pledge myself to con-
act facts and publish them. Now inclusive. Register with
of concrete pavement we have Washington’s birthday. This which self reliance must be Of duct the office as economically as
M ark T. C ox , J. P.
really, wonder if they want any
been using here could be laid at
more published? If so why did
a profit for $1 a square yard. the season. Special decorations, course, the parent may plow the possible an(I extend every cour-
The M. E. church has sold to Think of the fortunes taken features representing the early ground, or instruct in the prep- tesy to citizens having business
n ’t they have them published,
instead of accusing me of villify- Mrs. J. H. Hicks a building lot from our good property owners colonial days, and Mr. and Mrs. aration of the exhibits, but the w‘^ l*'e ° ^ ce*
ing and belittling the outgoing fronting on First avenue where because no city engineer or other Geo. Washington present, The child must actually do the work.
Candidate for Sheriff.
council when I did just what he she will erect a nice residence in official would come out and show dinner will be served from 5:30 Supt. Case thinks that in nre-
now asks me to do. Maybe it’s the spring. The church will up the robbery. Here are the p. m. until all is eaten, The paring for the contest, the child
ren will raise watermelons and
because of my standing in the build a new parsonage at once specifications for the Astoria whole town is invited.
For County Clerk
produce sufficient to supply
estimation of the public he ob- on the old church site.
work, which I investigated:
the home for the ensuing year. To the Voters of Washington
j jets to my associating with such
“ Grading to a proper sub-
will learn many useful les-
high minded citizens who have
grade; on this sub-grade lay a
am a candidate for the office
only the welfare of our city at
I am prepared to deliver fresh concrete pavement six inches in
of County Cletk, and have filed
heart. If you doubt their single- milk to all parts of the city for 6 thickness; if, in the opinion of the home of Mrs. Jennie Dixon parents and the home.
The co-operation of every a petition asking to have my
mindedness just consider their cents per quart, delivered night the city engineer, it is found in South Forest Grove, Mr. O. R.
and citizen in Washing name placed on the official nom
actions the last two years.
and morning. I will do my best necessary, lay on sub-grade, be-
Now Doctor, if you do not to satisfy you. A. K in n e y , Dai fore placing concrete thereon, a well, of Amity, Rev. C. H. Hil- ton coupty is solicited toward inating ballot of the Republican
know the name of the writer, ryman, Third St., Forest Grove, layer of
crushed rock ___
inches ton officiating. After the cere- turning the trend of attraction party for the primary election to
and wish to, I give the editor of Oregon.
thick, thoroughly rolled; on this mony a nice supper was served. from the cities toward the farm. be held April 19, 1912. In said
the Press permission to tell you,
crushed rock twisted steel bars, The relatives and a few friends Further and more definite ar petition and at all times I pledge
if you ask him.
one-quarter of an inch thick, were present. The young peo rangements for the contest will myself, if elected, to perform the
Sunday morning subject, “The
Give us a little light on the
should be laid one foot apart, ple left on an evening car for be announced later.
duties of said office as prescribed
All wishing to enter this con
other points, Doctor, this is get Good Samaritan” ; evening, un parallel with and at right angles Portland where the groom is at
ion temperance meeting, address
test should begin early to select by law and for the be3t interests
to the course of the street; upon work.
by Mrs. Scovell, all churches
choice soil and choice seed. If of the public.
S ome M ore A non .
the sub-grade thus prepared shall
E d w . C. L u c e ,
CITY NEWS NOTES
uniting. The Congregational La
along the line of animal industry,
be laid the concrete. The spec
dies Missionary Society will en
select eggs from the best brtsd
ifications for the mix are 1-2-4
We order our yearly stock of of chicken9. Select the best
tertain the missionary societies
(Crowded out last week.)
standard, tamped with iion
Plowing has begun in Pattons of all churches at Herrick Hall tampers until water flushed to Nelson Bibles in March. On our breed of calves and pigs. Only
present stock we offer 10 percent Bchoo, chndren wiU be eligible to
next Wednesday afternoon at
top, and on this was spread a discount this month. In any Bi- enter thi„ conteS[
A ,Ut of Portland, Oregon, February 19-
layer of stone chips, upon which ble ordered to come with our new
The surprise dance given
21, $1 Portland Round Trip.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, was poured a grout 1 to 2
. stock we will have any name you
last Wednesday on Mrs. W. F.
For this meeting the Oregon
‘■The contents were not made wish stamped in gold on the
the Christian Endeavor was rep
) Roberts was a grand success.
Electric Railway will sell round
resented in Salem by Kennard by putting stone down and pour cover. T he B ook S tore .
Finley McCleod is very ill. It Dixon, of the Christian church, ing a cement mixture over i t
Trees Should Be Sprayed
) trip tickets from Forest Grove to
* is reported that he has trouble
Portland February 18 and 19
Misses Viola House and Maud but the whole was thoroughly
Attention of the public is with return |imit' of February
Holbrook Lodge No. 30,
with his heart
English, and Messrs. Holman mixed in a machine and placed
A. F. and A. M. Special called to the fact that only a few 23. at the rate shown above,
A surprise dance was given at perrjn and Vernon Burlingham. like in the high-grade concrete
Communication this Sat weeks remain in which trees can
This is an important meeting
Fred Gherkies Saturday night It 0f the Congregational church of work. This kind of handling urday evening, Feb. 17 at 7:30 be safely sprayed for the San looking toward the further de
Visiting brethren wel
velopmentof the irrigated sec
was well attended. A lunch was tbis place, and Messrs. Rex Dal- costs more than to dump all the sharp.
come. Work in E. A. degree and Jose scale. Don’t wait for the tions of Oregon, and an interest
served at m idnight
|as, Dunsmore and Ruel Baker, crushed rock upon the street, other business. By ordti of the inspector to tell you they are in ing program will be presented.
fected. You know the scale when
J. A. Woodhouse and family of the Congregational church at spread it with teams and then Worshipful Master.
N. L. A t k in s , Agent,
you see it. It has been our un-
O. E. Ry., Forest Grove, Or.
and Fred Robertson and family Hillside.
pour cement over it from a port-
More Anon Says “This Is
Interesting,” and Invites
C H A S. O. ROE
PRICE IS PAID
Astoria Gets Reinforced Con-
crete Pavement Laid for
$1.29 a Square Yard.
hducationaj Board of Wash-
ington County Favors An