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FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY. APRIL 18. 1912.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson of
Portland visited over Sunday
with Mrs. Thompson’s mother,
Mr. H. E. Adams, who is as
sisting on the library building,
has taken rooms in the Hoffman
j cottage on Main street.
City Council Monday Evening '«dEi S sS 2 S g S ,l i l - i ! £ Hon. W . D. Wood Tells of
Planned Street Improve
week and has been unable to at-
I tend to his work in Portland.
Reforms in State Ap
influence in bringing this about
and in establishing a precedent
that an appropriation is not
meaningless and when once
made must be made sufficient
for the purpose for which ap
W. D. W ood . j
TITANIC LOSS OF LIFE 1312
Public School Children Win
The loss of life on the big
: steamer Titanic, account of
: which appears on page two, has
been definitely reported to be
1312. Survivors, men 79, women I
233, children 16, total 328.
Prizes For Destroying
The telephone company took
out the Bell phones which were
left in the neighborhood last
week. Most o f them were re
placed with new phones.
The Ladies’ Aid held its reg
ular meeting last week at the
home of Mrs. J. B. Prickett.
pleasant afternoon was spent in
piecing quilt blocks.
Prickett served delicious refresh
ments to the society.
Little Charley Keagy accom
panied his aunt, Mrs. Stevenson,
home from Aberdeen last week.
He will stay here about a month.
A good program was given by
both rooms at the school Friday,
the occasion being Arbor Day.
Mrs. VVebler from the Grove
visited Mrs. J. B. Prickett sev
eral days last week.
A sister-in-law and a neice o f
Mrs. N. A. Frost arrived from
St. Paul last week to make an
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dilley were
in the Grove Friday on business.
Iadell Stevenson fell from a
tree at the school house one day
last week and wrenched his
He has ihissed sev
eral days o f school on that ac
Last Saturday many witnessed
ments for City
the feat of driving an automo
bile up the thirty-three per cent j
incline erected on the college
The city fathers met in ad grounds.
Editor Forest Grove Press:
Friday o f last week “ Dandelion
journed session Monday evening
Day” was observed by the chil
Per your request to write
with all present excepting W. F.
The Book Store stock, under something for publication occur POULTRY DEMONSTRATION dren of the Grove in a befitting
the new management o f H. R. ring in my legislative experience
i way. The school children, with
Hearing the remonstrances to Bernard, will be greatly in I have chosen the matter of de
The poulty demonstration car baskets laden with obnoxious
paving took up the major part creased and some new lines ficiencies in state appropriations of the Southern Pacific Company weeds, marched in procession
o f the evening.
and my connection therewith. will make a thirty-day tour of three blocks long from the Cen
Pacific Avenue and that part of
The legislative sessions o f 1893 the Willamette, Umpqua and tral school building to Eells Park
North College Way from North
and 1895 were not called upon to Rogue River valleys, commenc to the music of the school band.
First Avenue were remonstrated family recently moved from the provide for any deficiencies in ing April 6, 1912.
The demon Many spectators
out. One block on College Way
connecting North First with Pa his postoffice address is Portland boards or commissions.
In the junction with the Oregon Agri hear the talks. The prizes were
cific avenue was ordered paved
The car will awarded as follows: First prize
session of 1907 the deficiency ap cultural College.
42 feet wide with gravel bitu-
were propriation bill carried in round be in charge of C. G. Lamb, as for girls, Mabel Rasmussen, who
lithic. Remonstrators on First added to the M. E. church by numbers $47,500, in 1909 $167,- sisted by R. B. Thompson. had 160 pounds, pair of scissors;
Avenue consented to pave 30 letter last Sunday. Only a short 000, in 1911 the sum o f $153,000. Prof. James Dryden will have second, Aileen Hoffman, tennis
feet wide from First Street east time since forty members were Thus it seemed as though the general supervision.
The car ball; third, Nellie Walker, drink
to Seventh and from “ A ” street added in a single day.
custom was becoming quite prev- j will arrive at F'orest Grove May ing cup. Boys’ first prize, Paul
east to First Street forty-two
alent that when the amount ap- i 1st at 6 p. m. and leave the fol Austin, jackknife; second, Leslie
The Tribune (Cornelius) con propriated for a specific purpose lowing morning.
feet wide, provided that the
Saturday night. was exhausted all that was nec
The Washington County A g
S. P. pave 21 feet.
The following program, sub Buxton, drinking cup. All were
The council by resolution or Miss Esther Fitch got the piano, essary was to file claims and ject to change, has been ar treated to ice cream and cake ricultural and Livestock Associa
dered pavement on First Avenue Mrs. Herman Reese the ring, vouchers with the secretary of ranged for stops o f two hours or and made a merry party of tion held a meeting at the K. P.
from First Street east to Seventh Miss Emily Kraus the watch.
state, many o f which were in more:
young folks who had secured hall one night recently and ar
Street, 30 feet wide; from “ A ” ' Newt R. Brown and family terest bearing, and these would
Lecture and demonstration for more than two tons and accom ranged for a three days’ meet on
Street east to First, 42 feet wide, and R. P. Rain and family, all be provided for earlv in its next school children.
(30 to 60 min plished much good.
The exer the fair grounds east o f town in
to be o f gravel Bithulitic, and of Creswell, have moved to this session by a deficiency appropri utes. )
cises were conducted by Prof. June. The exact date has not
pavement 30 feet wide on place. Mr. Brown is a brother- ation bill carrying an emergency
Lecture for general public on Gardner and were under the au been set. The merchants have |
“ A ” Street from north side in-law and Mr. Rain a son-in-law clause making the money avail “ Poultry Feeding.”
(30 min spices of the Women's Club. guaranteed a $1500 purse. They
o f First Avenue to the north of our shoemaker, H. Lidyard.
The boys and girls looked to will also hold a horse show in the L
able at once. To one accustomed utes.)
side of Fourth Avenue North,
Demonstrations and inspec their future interests in leaving city during the meet. The boys |
to keeping a close tab on finan
also Second Avenue from First
four year-old ces and representing a county! tion of exhibi s in car.
(60 to plenty for seed for another such say there will surely be some
thing doing this season.
Street to Fifth Street, to be 24 daughter o f Wm. A. Long, was that bears a goodly proportion of 90 minutes.)
feet in width.
born with her teeth fully grown. state taxes, the abuse o f this
Lecture for general public on
A goodly representation of Two weeks ago one was pulled custom seemed uncalled for, de- j “ Housing o f Chickens.”
J. D. Mickle Recommended
Come Over to My House
citizens, men and women, were out and in this short time an- void of business methods, and j minutes.)
Come over to my house and in
To the Editor: We the under
present and took active part in j other tooth has fully developed was leading to extravagances on ! Second demonstration and in spect my pen of Black Minorcas.
signed members of “ The Con ;
j in its place.
(60 to 90 These birds are from prize win sumers’ League o f Oregaji” de
all sides. T om e it seemed a p -, spection of exhibits.
Council adjourned to meet
parent that when a certain | minutes.)
ners. We guarantee every egg sire to give public expression to.^
Friday, April 26th, when ob
amount had been set aside for
to be fertile; will replace any not our confidence in the ability of!U
jections, if any, may be offered
maintainance, building, repairs
$1 for fifteen.
Mr. J. I). Mickle, to meet the re- ■
Notice to Odd Fellow«
as to ordered impvrovements.
or general contingent expenses,
C. A. H offman ,
quirements of the office o f state™
Notice for intention to improve
that unless some emergency
411 members o f Washington i North Main street near Pacific dairy and food commissioner.
First Avenue, published on third on their way home this week | should arise, such amount ought Lodge No. 48 I. O. O. F., also all Gallery.
After a careful consideration o f!
with their old friends, A. G.
page, is an oversight.
to be made sufficient for and sojourning Odd Fellows are r e -,
the qualifications of the several]
Hoffman and family.
used only for the specific pur quested to be present at the next
candidates for this position, * ■
regular meeting o f Washington
Wm. Langley and wife, after pose for which appropriated.
CITY NEWS NOTES.
next Thursday and have believe that we are justified in[
spending two weeks at their | An examination o f the meas Lodge No. 48, April 22, 1912, as
recommending Mr. Mickle to the!
ranch west o f town, returned to | ures passed by other states business of importance will be Dr. Lowe show you the new members o f the Consumers’ ^
John Anderson is building a this city Sunday.
R. M. T aylor ,
Mr. Langley j showed plainly that they had transacted.
They make you Leagup and to all who are inter-^
garage for his new auto.
spent his time fishing and rolling j been up against the same prop-!
making you ested in pure food, pure milki
Rev. J. M. Earber was in logs and looks much better for I osition, and a compilation of
Free demonstrations. and the faithful administratior
these measures passed in our
Lents on business Monday.
Notice! Clean Up!
Scores o f Forest Grove refer of the laws dealing with this im-j
R. D. Baldwin, foreman o f the' sister state Washington, Ohio
Mr. Robert Hardin has been
and other states showed th e1 All refuse to be hauled to the
Signed by Mrs. Henry Russell
dumping grounds must be sacked
having very poor health lately.
Mrs. Millie B. Trumbull!
Minnesota, accompanied by his
and set on street by Saturday
You and your children are safe Mrs. E. B. Colwell, Mrs. Van!
these measures as a morning. Nothing that can be
Frank Buffin joined the ranks family, is visiting his sister,
of the T r jss readers this week. Mrs. H. N. Robinson, and h a s' guide I caused to be prepared buried will be removed. The if you wear Dr. Lowe’s superior Benschoten, Miss Trevett, Mrs’!
j glasses eye safe and price safe. Wm. T. Gannett, Mrs. W. B|
and introduced two measures to
Carl Hoffm; n was in Portland his eyes open for an opportunity j correct in our state this defi city will furnish teams and will They cost you no more than the Ayer.
collect all sacked unflammable
on business tl e first of the week. of permanently locating.
Senate Bill No. refuse Saturday o f this week inferior kinds usually sold and
127, concerning the auditing of only. Have it ready. By order you have the benefit o f his skill
Dr. Lowe’s glasses are death
and more than twenty years’ ex-
prohibited the secretary
to headaches. Ask your neigh
; perience. Consult him at Hotel
odist church beginning Friday j of state from “ auditing any o f chief o f police.
I Loughlin next Thursday, April
night and continuing over Sun claims or issuing any evidence of
Rev. W. N. Coffee of j audit, except an appropriation
Mrs. W. E. Mallory of this day.
All had been made therefore and
city is in Giants Pass this week Portland will have charge.
are invited to attend.
J. F. j such
had not To the Voters of Washington C o.:) Parlor, church and school or
been exhausted.” Coupled with
The undersigned, a member of gans for sale at the Bazaar.
John Erukson, a farmer of
this was Senate Bill No. 129 to the Republican party, residing
Gales Creek, was in this city on
CITY NEWS NOTES
scriptions for the cannery and prevent deficiencies and making in Cornelius, announces himself
business this week.
packing plant met at the library it unlawful for any state officials, a candidate for the Republican
Moore & Son pay 20c cash for
A card frcm Henry Huber asks rooms Saturday, and while they trustees, managers, superintend nomination for the office o f rep vour eggs.
resentative at the primary elec
us to change his mail from Kist had not yet secured sufficient |
O. M. GARDNER
any public institution or depart tion to be held on the 19th day
Sell your produce where you
to Timber, Oregon.
funds, there was much territory j
ment o f state to create any de o f April, 1912. If lam nominat get the cash. Moore & Son.
O. M. Gardner wit!
Son of not worked and they are confi - 1 ficiency, incur any liability or ed and elected I will, during mv
draws from the primary electicp
Buzz Jennings, arrived in town dent of success.
expend a greater sum o f money term of office, vote for the can- | Edison and Victor talking ma contest for county school supej
the first of the week.
Harvey Baldwin, wife and lit than was appropriated therefore, didate for United States senator chines and records for sale at the intendent, and wishes to thar
his many ardent supporter}
Mayor Allen was in Salem tle son George, with Mrs. Bald- j an emergency being provided for who has received the highest
number of votes at the preceding
For Sale — A young
mare His action in withdrawing
Sunday and Monday to attend win’s father and mother. Mr. ]
and Mrs. H. C. James, made a: Neither of these measnres was election for that office.
I will sound, true, gentle, well broken. prompted from a business stan
the funeral o f a relative.
trip over the Germantown road I amended in any particular or re consider myself a servant o f the V. V. Willis, 16 Third street.
Rev. J. R. Hall, who has been to Portland Sunday. They re- j ceived anv opposition in either people at all times and work for,
For Sale Steam prune dryer,
very ill, was able to take an out port the road scenic and the trip house and were looked upon | the best interests o f the taxpay
ing in an auto Saturday.
all one could wish.
with much favor both by the ers of Washington county. Will i one ton capacity, all complete.
I hereby announce my carnl
J. L. Loving, Gales
members o f the senate and of support an economy that will Price $60.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Danielson
Ben Johnson of Vancouver,
daev for the office o f sherij
keep down expenditures.
W ill, Creek, Ore.
Wash., was looking for a farm spent Saturday night, Sunday received favorable comment by oppose the creation o f all un
subject to the Republican votd
and Monday in Portland/ While
in this locality last week.
at the Washington county p^
necessary new t>oards and com
A A. K IRKW OOD
there they visited Mrs. Daniel
maries to be held April 19, 18j
Miss Elizabeth Kern visited in son’s mother who lives in Lenis. come laws owing to the disap
If 1 am nominated and elect
Banks Saturday and Sunday at They also took'an auto ride with
will, during my term o f oflW
the home of Grant Jones.
the Reo agent, who took them to I as his reason, as I remember
and faithfully, a l
without fear, and without favil
Mrs. Emerson from Nebraska the Multnomah Hotel for lunch, j necessity for the measures as it speedy justice, prevent delays
perform all of the duties helotl
is visiting her parents, Mr. and They returned Monday evening would be the policy o f the pres and save money to the taxpay
on the 9:38 car.
ing to said office in the m-l
Mrs. A. J. Dewley in this city.
ent state board to not allow any ers, Keeping in mind at all
At the Christian church next
Dr. Fred Marsh, dentist of
W m . M c Q uillan J
Newberg. spent Sunday at the Sunday the pastor will preach at
home of his father, Prof. Marsh. the usual hours morning and
Candidate for Representative.
In the morning the few if any of the state institu
Vick Brown and family have theme will be "The Work o f tions had expended at the end of
When in Hiilsboro go t«lj
moved back to Forest Grove Jesus and His Methods.”
In the first half o f their present bi
the Owl Cafe to eat. Mealfl
from their old home on Wilson the evening the subject is “ Pat ennial period more than one-
25c. Near K. P. hall,
For Sale Two work horse?,
ent Pills.” There will be bap half o f the amount appropriated
side Second street
therfor, and should there be no
Miss Lida Brown, who has tismal services at the close of deficiencies presented to the next with double harness.
Good meals for 25c.
been teaching oyer on the Wil- the evening service.
Independent C a n d i d a t e
session o f the legislature these Price $125.
Dinner at Owl Cafe 25c.
son river, is visiting Mrs. r . A
I measures will have had a patent road, Forest Grove. Phone 153.