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WASHI NGTON COUNTY S NEWSPAPER.
FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 17. 1912.
will surely be found that one de
partment of an industry is eat
ing up the profit from another
part of the business.
These are matters which are
as important in the running of
| the city incorporation as in the
running of an incorporated elec
Washington-Oregon Corpora tric company. If a city fails to
Mrs. Emmerson has been quite Mrs. Austin is preparing to
build a new house on B street.
carry on its business in a proper
tion Makes the City
manner it also must suffer; the
Mrs. Harper, of Gales Creek,
Mr. Bert Ramsey, of Portland,
only difference is that a city can
was in town last Saturday.
visited in Forest Grove last Sun
not go out of business and must
Mrs. C. A. Littler visited rela- day.
pocket its losses, levy more taxes
; tives in Portland this week.
Miss Hoodenpyln, of Wapato,
To the Citizens of Forest Grove: and begin again.
Miss Wanda Sain, of Scoggins was in town shopping last Tues
At the recent regular meeting We are unable to find any evi
Valley, visited in this city last day.
of your City Council, we had the dence that the City of Forest
Mr.'and Mrs. A. E. Harte are
honor of substituting a tentative Grove is better off in the matter
in the N. B. La Course
Saturday is proclaimed by Gov.
proposal for the lighting of your of bookkeeping than other i
West as clean up day. Does it
city. Owing to several miscon small cities, and in some case j
Warren Tupperand little sister
ceptions of our offer, which are very large cities also. There are
Idaho, are attending school in
Miss Bessie Wilson, of Port
abroad, we take this means of many matters in connection with !
land was a visitor in the Grove
making our terms and our mo the running of the city electric j
Mrs. Rev. C. C. Stewart, of
plant which a successful private!
tive plain to you.
visited relatives in this
It is necessary first, for us to campany would not permit.
¡putting anew sidewalk around
outline to the residents and tax Then again no provision has
Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Good
payers of the Grove the import been made for the breakdown of
friends at Salem last
ant service we are attempting to
render in your valley, where as
Wm. Sattler has arrived in the
a business organization we are
after spending two years in
devoted entirely to the improve
ment and advantage of the re
Shaw has returned to
gion. We are engaged in the
this city, after visit
manufacture and distribution of
Mrs. H. W. Hoskins, of the
electricity, and our object being
Grove, left for California last ing ot Rigfield, Wash.
the purely business one of sell of the many losses bound to oc
week to visit her son Blaine.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crowthers
ing the greatest quantity of our cur in conducting a municipal
little son Gaylord, of Gales
Mrs. Doores returned from
product, we must accomplish lighting plant. We will sell
were in town on Monday.
Woodburn last Friday night
this object by applying business electric energy to Forest Grove
where she has been visiting.
The missionary society of the
princip’es. The first element of for less than it costs the city to
church gave a
business is to encourage by com make it, and relieve the city of
mon sense means the free use of all the upkeep items which it
Grove Sunday from Nebraska.
Mrs. C. Knapp, of this place,
a product. To do this requires must provide for in its power
to the Good Samaritan
a systematic plan of operations house. We will give the city
in Portland last Mon
and low prices, steady service twenty four hour service. We
and fair treatment. Low price will give it all the current it
| Mr. Marion Hawkins from Co-
does not mean selling at a loss. asks for now and provide for the
Quille, Oregon, visited over Sun-
Any product sold at a price
day with Mr. and Mrs. D. N.
which does not yield a fair
profit will swamp the strongest
j M. It. Wagner (Met) who has
business. Any business which on the market, not the least of hotel, Milwaukee, Wis. The ball fired from a 38 calibre revolver, returning Tuesday morning.
We pay cash to those who get ^een in California for some time
does not know where to guard
against losses must fail. A fair of the above we can give the muscles of the chest at a depth of 4 inches 1 he wound, consider- j subscriptions for the Press. We 's here fixing up around the
need more good representatives, home place.
profit encourages good service city while it still retains its plant ed at first slight, may prove fatal.
us at once for particulars.
s. C. Inkley, farmer and hop
and keeps the establishment
Joseph Howell died Monday in grower of the banks section was
abreast of the times.
These elementary principles all the saving this plan offers, aroused in sympathy and is hopeful for the cand dates’ recovery. Portland. He had large land ¡n town on business the latter
holdings on Souvie’s Island. part of last week.
apply perhaps more in the man- the city must bear the losses
A t the Christian Church.
Many years ago he lived near ,,
facture and sale of electricity and burden of management M asonic O rd er Bans th e Liquor
„ .„ i '
Huffaker Bros, left this week
than they do in other lines of which make it very doubtful
At the Christian church next
for Garden Home and Metzger,
work. To manufacture electric that the city can avoid losses in Los A ngeles : Hereafter no Sunday the pastor will preach
Mrs. Laura Doane entertained where they have a large contract
ity in a proper manner a vast a term of ten years. It is on Mason in California can engage both morning and evening. In a few friends at her home last of wood sawing which will re
amount of money must be spent this account that nearly every in the liquor business and re- the morning the subject will be, Saturday evening in honor of quire about three weeks to com
city has found it wise to
in machinery and buildings. small
give a franchise to a reliable ma'n *n E°°d standing. This is “That Rock Was Christ.” In the second anniversary of Mr. plete.
The most talented designing and
company. We therefore offered
the C alifornia the evening a most important and Mrs. Bert Doane.
The State convention of the
operating engineers are employ informally
to the city council a Kram' l°(tee of h**oe and Accept- theme is to be discussed, one A basket social was held at W. C. T. U. will be held in Port
ed in all its operations and much proposition for a franchise sim- e(^ Masons today. Not only was that the minister has been asked the High School last Friday
land on Friday, Oct. 18th and
time and money is devoted to ilar to the one we hold in Hills- j
amer>dment passed to pre- about many times, The subject evening. The sale of the bask the national convention will be
keep the machinery moving
entering is, “Why Christ Died, or the ets amounted to $31.75. Be held at the same place from the
without disaster or interruption boro. The acceptance of 0ur ' vent saloon men from
Necessity of His Death.” Be tween 40 and 50 were present, 19th to the 26th of Oct.
terms will clear the city of all !
order, but a
to the service. Large sums
and hear this sermon. and all had an enjoyable time.
must be set aside for emergen expense and possible loss and 'ng
school at 10:15, which is Prof. Proctor and wife and A single potato, somewhat ir-
cies and for improvements to will leave a large sum of money ness in any way was almost a very interesting session. The j daughter, Mrs. A. L. Moore, Irefiu,ar in shal>e. weighing five
in the treasury.
keep abreast of the times.
I Mrs. R. E. Emmerson, Miss B. Pounds was brought to our office
public is cordially invited.
Our knowledge of the business unai|imously adopted.
No one not intimately familiar
Dorris, Miss Kate Scott and Joe t)y Cal Cambell this week, just
M an H u rt W hile Fishing.
with the modern power station of manufacturing electricity is
the tailor, were among *n time to save us from straining
and its business organization, offered to the Grove and the vai
HiLLSBORo:-On last Friday
the Portland visitors this week. our cref^1 f°r wore spuds.
can imagine the number of de ley in which it is located. Our Jack Beedon, a Portland busi late son of Prof, and Mrs. Earl
The Prohibition rally held in The ladies of the Christian
tails entering into the work. interests and capital is devoted ness man, was rendered uncon West died Sunday morning at the
Congregational church last church will give a cooked food
The making of the electric fluid
scious by a 12-foot fall while try Forest Grove Sanitarum. The Saturday evening was well at- Hale ne*t Saturday, Oct. 19th, at
is the simplest and cheapest
ing to land a salmon trout on child underwent an operation for
Moore’s meat market and gro
operation in the process. It is which we operate. If those who the Salmon Berry River, 40 miles appendicitis last week but was too tended. The topic, “ Why I am cery. All kinds of good things
weak to recover. Funeral ser
before and after the generation
I from here.
and much enthusiasm manifest for your Sunday dinner. Come
of the fluid energy, that ex
Beedon was standing on a vices were held at the home of ed.
and see us.
the parents Reverend Thomas
pense and losses begin. It takes
Mrs. Millie Trumbell will
the utmost care at every point mit the advantage of our terms fish bit. He started to reel in and Barber officiating with in Dr. H. R. Kauffman, of Glen-
at the Christian church
to prevent losses, danger and
his catch, lost his balance and terment in Forest View Cem Grove. He has taken offices parlors Friday the 18th, at 3
damages, and interruption of the
fell, striking on his head. He etery.
C. W. H ill .
with Dr. Pollock in the Bank p. m. at the Mothers’ meeting,
service. To paraphrase a well Corporation.
was brought here and was un The good people of Father building. His wife who is visit of the W. C. T. U. Mrs. Trum
known saying “the price of un
conscious when taken from Buck’s congregation in Cornelius ing in the east, will join him bell is the secretary of the Child
H IG H SCHOOL NOTES.
interrupted electric service is
the train. He was better that gave him a double surprise last
Labor Commission of Portland.
eternal watchfulness,” from the Newberg trimmed the Forest evening and was able to return week when they came in a body soon.
one is urged to be present.
time the plans are executed to Grove High School team last to Portland.
to spend the evening and inci *!
the time bills are paid.
Walker and Lidyard, shoe
Saturday to the tune of 19 to 0.
B ethany —School with Prof. dently presented him with a week, two baskets for 25 cents.
It is not the least item of trou Our boys are game, though and
have installed up to
beautiful rocker. The evening
ble, this matter of seeing that will go after McMinville in good E. G. Weeble, as teacher, has an was pleasantly spent with music No better grapes can lie had for date machines in their present
enrollment at this date of 36
bills are paid, but a greater earnest this Saturday,
and refreshments. Father Buck jelly purposes, and while so quarters on 1st Avenue north,
difficulty exists in apportioning Dr. Todd, Vice President of and the school is working up says if he grows lazy it will be cheap all should avail themselves They now sew on the soles as
the many items of expense the Willamette University spoke much enthusiasm.
of a supply.
well as do all fancy stitching.
on account of his kind people.
C ard of T hanks.
where they belong.
Unless in his usual happy manner at
Andrew Kelly and Miss Lydia The polisher and finisher is
every item of expense is proper assembly on Oct. 11th.
We desire to thank our many C ongregational C hurch Service» A. Taylor were married by Rev. something of a marvel in the
ly noted and carefully charged
kind friends and neighbors who Morning subject “Supposing” C. H. Hilton at the home of T. quality of work it turns out.
to the part of the business in $5.00 down and $5.00 per month with their help and kind words evening subject “Choosing.”
H. McGreer, Thursday of last The boys say all this new ma
Rev. Toomas, pastor. week. The couple will make chinery was necessary to keep
which it belongs, it will not be for 6 months, buys a good type- assisted us in our late bereave-
long before serious losses will be writer at Steahr’s Bazaar, guar- merit
The Press from now till Jan. their home on 1st avenue N and abreast with the growth of busi
discovered somewhere and it anteed for two years.
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