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FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY. June 20, 1912.
STREET. D E A T H OF ROBERT H A R D IN O N E SIDE O F TH E QUESTION
C ITY N E W S NOTES
Want home in Forest Grove.
That the Rose Show in Port
Robert Hardin was born in
That the entrance o f women
exchange for same Port
land was the finest ever, the Wayne county, Indiana, July 2,
land bnngalow, leased at $30 a
electrical parade excelling any- 1825. He died at the home o f
has unquestionably lowered the
month. Lock Box 18. Forest
i thing seen on the coast.
j his daughter, Mrs. Frank Ram
wages o f men, is no longer a
That it was too bad the races sey, June 5, 1912, at Forest
j at the fair grounds came in con- Grove, Oregon. He moved with men today who cannot Support The Equal Suffrage League
! flict with the Rose Show, as they his parents to Appanoose county,
because their takes pleasure in inviting all
I suffered thereby.
j in 1851, where he was married wives are doing for less money women interested to meet Mrs.
| That the City Council were to Miss Mary Lynch, Jan. 28, the work with which they once George Carver Howard o f Sno
1858. The first o f March 1858, secured their incomes.
The homish, Wn., at a social gather
The City Council met on Tues
The Washington County Live P.lay ing
ofu the ™ard P0!*'
1 ticians variety when they made they moved to Harrison, Mis economic independence o f the ing in the Congregational church
day evening, June 10th.
Stock Association Meet, o f three
the News-Times the city official souri. aud lived there until 1881, wife, as argued by the suffragist, parlors at 3 p. m. Friday. Mrs.
members were present but W.
days, Friday and Saturday of
paper, so they need not consider and then they moved to Beaver is distasteful to American wo Howard is a sister o f Prof. F. Schultz.
last week and Monday o f this
the lower bid for printing made j City, Nebrarka, and in 1891 they men.
I f the women does not Proctor.
Finance Committee Repots.
week, held at racing tracks east
by the Press.
moved to Forest Grove, Oregon. take enough into the home with
The Miller Amusement Co.
Paid out o f gen
o f town, was well attended, and
That it is up to the Council to
To Mr. and Mrs. Hardin was out wage earning to make her occupied College Way between
eral fund................ $ 3190 80
the best o f feeling manifested
i make the Warren Construction born seven children, o f whom contribution equal to the man’s the Congregational Church and
througeout the meet. Fifty-five
Company the official paving con- five survive him. They are as to make the partnership a fair Pacific University for four days
Treasurer Reports General fund.
entries were made and thirty-
! cern, so they will not have to follows: Mrs. E. J. Lambert, ' one— then there must be some last week with their merry-go-
Balance on hand May st $5066 82
seven horses took places in the
Mrs. Frank Ramsey, Mrs. C arrie1 thing wrong with the woman.
ask for bids for paving.
round, wheel-of-fortune, negro Reed, light.
different races and seventeen
That it is up to the School Ramsey, Mrs. John Pritchard
The cry that has been heard show, dancing girls etc.
“ W ater................
took places as winners.
Board to consider carefully the all o f Forest Grove, and Thos. 1 so long in this country, that
W ill Johnson, proprietor o f the Other receipts..........
14th, first days races, 2 in 3 class
A. Hardin o f Beaver City N e every woman should be econ U. S. livery barn, sold out his
Paid out warrants___
One, 2:20, trot A mile; Purse $150. j
garding the misappropriating o f braska.
omically independent has had business last week to Charles
Eleven entries, nine starts, Dally
Mr. Hardin was a man o f fine sad effects. The desire o f the Samuels who will conduct the
the funds o f the Athletic A s
Balance, June 1st
McKinley 1st premium, $75.00
sociation, and if correct to act moral character and strong con women to be out doing the business in the future. Mr. John Building fund, June
Lady Dillon 2nd, $37.50. Wild
victions, He joined the Metho- i world’s work is not helping the son will leave for eastern Ore.,
1 st.......................... $ 500 00
Fire 3rd, $22.50. Padishahe 4th,
That if all the residents in the dist Church in 1858 but never nation. The revolt o‘f woman where he has a ranch, which he
Library balance, May
$15.00. Class Two, 2:18 pace,
paved district w’ould take care unined with the church in Forest kind against those necessary will look after.
1 s t..........................
Purse $150, 4 mile 2 in 3; eight
o f their parkings it would add Grove. The funeral services were tasks which were accepted by
A mass meeting was called Fri Received....................
_ horses starting, Aldine 1st, pre-
held at the home o f his daugh our grandmothers is threatening day evening at the Congregation
much to beautifying the city.
^ mium $75.00. Lightfoot and Mc-
That the Street Carnival in ter, Mrs, Frank Ransey’ s, at half many o f the homes o f this coun al Church to review the action o f
N. 2nd, $37.50. Sally Younger
our city was a stench to the nos past ten June 7, 1912, conducted try. Suffrage will not make our the Council in permitting the
Balance June 1st
and Bon Lovelace 4th, $15.00
trils o f the better class o f citi by the Reverend Gould. The existing homes more stable, or Amusement Co. to occupy the
Saturday, June 15th, Class Five
zens and if the Fair Association pall bearers were his Nebraska imbue the young woman who be street in front o f the Church and
Balance May 1 s t....
2;35 trot 4 mile, 3 in 5, seven en
caters to that class, the Fair neighbors,
comes inoculated with its pre University.
The meeting was Reed. Int. on Princi
tries, six starts; Sweet Gene
grounds is the place for them.
W e wish to extend our thanks cepts, with the ambition to start largely attended and much inter
pal ....................* . .
vieve 1st prize $75.00. Lady Dil
That the plea o f Mayor Allen to the kind frienes for their help one o f her own. On the other est manifested.
lon 2nd, $37.50, Mark H. 3rd,
and Councilman Barber that and sympathy.
hand, it is likely to fill her with
T otal....................... $2380 66
$22.50. Sargo 4th, $15.00. Class
Hillsboro is puuing on a bank
they did not understand the Mrs. Mary Hardin and children. contempt o f old trrditions and
coupons.............. $ 1582 01
Six 2;20 pace, 4 mile, 3 in 5. ele
rupt sale o f the W yatt & Co.
proposition o f the Fair Associa
ven entered, eight starting; A l
stock o f merchandise, in charge
dine 1st, prize, $75.00, Lightfoot
f Miksche & Co. Prices are be Balance on hand June
How many crates o f straw
Amusement Company—is child-
1 s t.......................... $ 1298 65
2nd, $37.50, Admiral Tago 3rd,
ing cut far below cost o f goods.
\ ish puerile and
smacks o f “ in berries can you pick in a day ?
with Wash. Oregon,
Sale closes July 3.
It might be
$22,50, Billy Sunday 4th, $15.00.
Mrs. Roberts and children
nocence abroad, ” but if correct
Class Eight, Two-year old, trot 4
o f interst to our readers to make corporation to furnish water at
would suggest to the President with Bis.mark Rhodes came home June 17th, 1812, Jundge J. U.
mile, 2 in 3, four entries, four
some purchases for future needs. 3c per 1000 gallons for use o f
■ o f the W. C. T. U. that she have Monday, after a weeks camp
starting, Barbria 1st prize, $37,
A t the annual school meeting City o f Hillsboro for a period o f
a guaraian appointed to care for ing. They went to Gobel Wash
Shankland vs Shankland. di
50, Patch McKay, 2nd, $18.50,
held Monday at the Central six months was signed,
D. Billy Mack, 3rd, $11.25. Mon-
Roemild vs Griffith. Decree school building, C. A. Littler
That some o f the property
The services at the church
Monday’ s races;- Class nine
was elected director for three for all piping outside o f the city.
owners on 1st Avenue, since the Sunday were enjoyed by those
Allen vs Beimroha. Hearing years. R. P. W irtz was unani
The Chief o f police tendered
Free for all trot, 4 mile, 2 in 3,
S. P. R. will pave only 19 feet present.
for June 24, 1912.
six entries, four starting. Wild
mously elected clerk. The lioard his resignation which was laid
and want the street 42 feet wide
O. & C. R. R. Co. vs Ott. Dis
Grandpa Campbell was eighty
Girl, 1st prize, $75,00, Dolly Me ,
was instructed by the meeting to on the table for future considera
have pains in years old yesterday.
Kinney, 2nd, $37.50, Padishah f£e be^ nnln*
a place where the manual tion.
O. & C. R. R. Co. vs Patton.
Have you been in to the car- Dismissed.
The question o f jail and pound
training class could be accommo
3,d, $22.50, Killarney 4th. $15.00?
° ^ V th T L k ra t
Class ten, Free for all pace, 4
lh at it is a case ot the rankest vival yet ?
Burnett vs Bertroche.
About sixty patrons facilities were talked of.
egotism for Director Peterson to
trial June 24, 1912.
The Council adjourned to meet
mile, 2 in 3, five entries, four
The Ladies Aid met at Mrs.
take the credit o f paving the
Gore vs Gore.
18th, at which time bids
starting, Ma^k N, 1st, prize $75;
Frosts last week.
FOR S A L E -200x400 (2 acres)
bonds on the Central School
opened for street paving
Bonnie Antrem, 2nd,
best o f land, all clear, 15 minutes
Rhea Bailey le ft last week for
building, when all but $500 o f
Way, First and Sec
K in g Lee 3rd,* $22.50, Baron
walk from Forest Grove post-
them had been provided for be the home o f her sister at Yam
Hawes vs Hawes. Divorce de
Lovelace 4th, $15.00. C. W.
office. $500; $100 and 100 per
hill. Reah was neither absent
fore he was elected director.
■%lcNamer, A. Shearer, and C.
On Tuesday, June 18th the
That the 4th o f July will prob nor tardy during the school
Moseman vs Moseman, Di year, 5 per cent.
W. Redmond, timers; R. M. La
met and opened bids for
more than pay for itself. Press
ably be safe and sane in Forest
Rue, Duncan MacLeod and J.
o f College way
Grove this year.
W. Corneliues, judges.
We have decided to discontinue
. Won’ t somsone tell us how to
Wong John vs Hodges. Trial.
The Warren Construction Co.,
At the Christian Church.
Judgment for plaintiff.
W hat Single Tax Would Do and
$1.68 for paving was
Di graph records and will close out
dads-when we go fishing.
W hat It Would Not Do.
The Rev. T. S. Handsaker, of
the contract for 1st
our entire stock o f indestructible
Some from our neighborhood
Walla Walla, Wash, will preach
Davis vs Davis. Divorce de records at less than cost. 2 min Ave. and College Way, Rogers
at the Christian church next attended the suffrage meeting cree.
Tax land only.
ute records, regular 35c, at 24c. & Miller being awarded con
Sunday both morning and even Wednesday.
Destroy land values.
4 minute records, regular 50c, at tracts for curbing.
ing. Rev. Handsaker is a fine
Injunction was served as to
Make the State the landlord.
36c. You will have to hurry and
Avenue and until such
Force the owners to be tenants. speaker, and is doing a fine
A t a mass meeting o f the
work here in the Northwest. citizens of Forest Grove, Friday,
Estate o f Margaret Goodin, gone. Forest Grove Pharmacy. time as the injunction is made
Destroy incentive for gain.
Final account set for
permanent, or dissolved by the
Breed indifference and decay. Hear him next Sunday. The re June 14, the following résolu - 1 deceased.
The state convention at the
hearing, July 13th, 1912 at 10
court, nothing will be done.
Undermine our Social System,
tions were adopted:
Christian church begins at Turn
-w. Greatly retard Social Progress. Evangelist Kellems has held two
Resolved by the citizens o f
Estate o f Christian Larsen de er, Ore., on Saturday night.
Hillsboro Will Celebrate.
meetings for Rev. Hilton previ Forest Grove in mass meeting ceased.
▼ Spread alarm and fear.
Administrator author Those who will attend from here
Hillsboro never loses an o p p o r
Check investments in the State. ous to this. One was held at assembled, that the use o f any ized to sell personal property at are Rev. C. H. Hilton and wife
to gather in the county
Cause financial disorder.
o f our streets for shows, amuse- !
and son, O. E. Darby and w ife
when the opportunity
ments or games similar to those
Estate o f Petronella Joosten Mrs. G. A. Moore, Mrs. Clara G. affords.
The local committee in
Do irreparable harm.
carried on at this time at College deceased. Administrator author Esson, Miss Ethel Smith, Zenas
the Fourth o f July
Advertise Oregon as a dan ger
Way, is against the moral and ized to sell real property for cash Olson and Miss Anna Neuman.
celebration arrangements an
financial interests o f our citÿ.
Rev. C. H. Hilton will preach
nounces that the programme has
Estate o f Isaac Allen, deceas
! from Australia, and has won
Be a great step backwards.
We further protest against the
the convention sermon next Sun
been prepared so as to include
It Would N o t -
use o f College Way being grant administratrix.
Bond fixed at day morning, and O. E. Darby July 3 and 4. The Arnold shows
Tax loan sharks
ed to any person, company or $ 20 , 000 .
will sing for the same service.
have been secured for the occa
time for the revival is July 7. : corporation for any show, cele
Estate o f Samuel Schaerer, de
While we boast o f one o f the sion, and Senator Chamberlain
Tax commodity speculators.
bration, or other amusements,
finest little cities in the neigh has been invited to deliver the
Tax automobiles and luxuries. gation o f the Christian church without the consent o f Pacific hearing, July 22d, 1912, at 10
borhood o f Portland, there is address, i f he reaches home in
Sunday, extended to Rev. C. H. University and the Trustees o f
Tax jew elry and diamonds.
still room for improvement We time. Several hundred dollars
Hilton a unanimous call to con -1 the First Congregational church,
Tax great incomes.
do need a night watchman who have been spent in improving
tinue as a minister o f the church for the reason that such use en-
may be called in emergency the park, and the grounds are
croachee on the rights o f the
Tax those most able to pay. * here.
just beyond Thatcher, was split cases. Monday night when the in good shape. The usual side
college and church, and is detri
Help the poor man.
ting wood with a double bladed hours were grow ing old an auto attractions, such as ballon ascen
Chas. Long,- brother o f W. A.
mental to their work.
Relieve where relief was need
Long was taken suddenly ill last
ax yesterday, when the blade party o f boys and girls well sion and games, have not been
W e further respectfully call
week with an attack o f apendicit-
happened to strike 4 clothes line, armed with bottles and « little 1 overlooked, and it is the inten-
the attention o f our City Coun
which caused the ax to rebound overloaded, took occasion to j tion to eclipse all former efforts
He was taken to the Forest
cil to this protest.
Oregon don’t want i t !
Grove Sanitarium Sunday, where
and come back and strike him a make the night hideous on the jn the celebration line.
Single Comb White Leghorns, hard blow with the back blade, corner at Williams store. Pacific
an operation was performed.
For rent—Small house and
White Wyandottes and Rhode
It might be well for
Island Reds, last year’ s chicks.
bam. $4.00 per month. Inquire
Phone 76. the bone. Dr. Geiger was called parents to inquire “ where
of Edward L. Nayler, forest proving and it is hoped that he We want to sell.
my boy and girl that night.’
and dressed the wound.
Grove. Phone 0186.
Entries Were Made.
35 Horses Took Places.
Finance Committe Reports.