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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE. OREGON, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30. 1913.
Will Lecture on Poultry.
RED LETTER DAY CEL HORTICULTURAL MEETS BEAVERTON TO CLEAN Prof. James Dryden, head of
EBRATED BY WOMEN THROUGHOUT COUNTY AND BEAUTIFY ITSELF the Poultry department of the
Beaverton, Or.—The Commer Oregon Agricultural College will
Yesterday Red Letter day was The series of horticultural
celebrated in all parts of Oregon meetings which are to be held cial club Thursday night passed lie in Forest Grove next Wednes
by the Federation of Women’s throughout the county during a resolution favoring an appropri day and will give a lecture, il
dubs as “Scholarship Loan the coming month are intended ation by the legislature of not to lustrated with many colored
Fund” day. Every club made to bring home to the farmer and exceed $150,000 for the Panama slides, upon poultry raising.
Furnished by Wilkes Abstract Co. of Hillsboro
an effort to assist toward in- orchadist a realization of the exposition in SanFrancisco in This lecture is to be given in the
It was argued that Califor afternoon at the Star theater,
a H Ruedy and wf to w B Sm ith creasing the fund which is used problems that attend the grow 1 1915.
J A W atro u s to t F A and Clyda
which has been offered for the
A ddition, for making loans to young wo ing of fruit, and the best meth nia, a much more wealthy and
W atro u s 1 acre in T G N ay lo r’s d 1 lot 6 G reenburg H eights
It will start promptly
c No 37, »500.
men seeking an education.
ods for solving those problems. | populous state than Oregon, ap
will he free to every
J A W atro u s to Ollle M W atro u s
The local organization met at These questions will be treated propriated about half tiiis sum
1 acre in T G N ay lo r's d 1 c No 37, N eb er eVa of lot 2 A ldrich A creage,
children will be ad
the spacious home of Mrs. L. L. in a practical manner by those for the Portland fair.
and are especially
The club is taking up the mat
Jo h n C onzelm ann and wf to Sidney Watt, the rooms of which had who know, gentlemen whose
J A W altrous to C ora M M cIntyre
inasmuch as in
16 acres in T G N ay lo r’s d 1 c No S S te a rn s e 40 acre« of seVi sec 23 been artistically decorated by the only interest is to benefit the ter of beautifying and cleaning
22 s 22, $3000.
37 1 s 4, $10.
floral committee with English public, whose servants they are. up the town. The secretary was
F ra n k E H ick s and wf to F A N e
C harles J H ines and w f to Ju liu s
ivy, varigated myrtle and potted The increasing interest in, and i instructed to write to those who
Sw enson sw Vt of ne 14 sec 10 2 b er and wf wV4 of lot 2 A ldrich
plants. Mrs. Watt and Mrs. promise of fruit growing especi neglect their premises, and ask
n 4.Also 3 Vi a cres ad joining on w est A creage, $2250.
Miller received the guests.
ally in those parts of the county their cooperation in this much
Makes Money from Poultry.
The program was of a musical which are accessible to the can needed improvement.
Jo h n H H um phreys to C h arles
L F ly e lot 2 blk 41 M etzger A cre T rt
B a k e r tra c t on 6th St., H illsboro. $10. 11 0
nery at Forest Grove, make Beaverton has had quite a small Prof. W. M. Proctor, Superin
P e te r Sw anson e t al to F ra n k J
Jabez W ilke« und wf to R ebecca
Miss Goldie Peterson first de these meetings of more than pox scare, seven in one family and tendent of the Forest Grove Pub
Ami Cram blk 4, H ig h lan d s
add Hesse et al 10 a cres in Solomon R ich
lic schools, on June 1 last pur
1, lighted the audience with a se ordinary importance at this time. four in another having it. These
to H illsb o ro ;also s',4 of H igh S t E ardson and wf d 1 c sec 11 2 s
twelve hens and a rooster,
lection, “Little Pink Rose,” Dean Cordley, Prof. Jackson ' families have been under strict
of E ighih S t and e V4 o f E ighth St $1500.
of $6.50. During the
Jo h n H H ibbard and wf to F ra n k M singing in a clear full voice and and Prof. Barss of O. A. C., ! quarantine from the first and
H igh S t (v a c a te d ), $1600.
A ldrich responding to an encore. Mrs Commissioner G o o d r i c h and there has been no spread of the past 8 months he has expended
G ertru d e W eston to I. W R oellich G raves 6 a c re s of lot 14
n V4 of s '/i lo t 4 blk 1 Sherw ood, A creage, $10.
W. W. McEldowney sang, “ Of Secretary Williamson of the ! disease. It developed in a very $14.05 for feed, making a total
W inifred T M oran to E Donovan
You.” encore, State Board of Horticulture, and mild form and the danger now is investment of $20.55. He has re
I)| S B lsb ee to M attie S H e ss part lot 5 in blk 1 and lot 1 In blk 10 the Rose and
ceived for 77 dozen eggs $19.50,
of lot 2 blk 7 F o re s t Grove, $1500. I'a ttiso n t& M oran’s F irst Add to “ Good Night, Little Boy,” both others, will take part in these considered about past.
F ra n k D V incent to G eorge Con- H illsboro, $ 10 .
in her usual fine voice. Mar meetings.
The city council has levied a 10 credits for frys, broilers, etc.,
zelm ann w ‘/2 o f tiw Vi and nw (4 of
Hatitie M L arg e and wf to Molly jra r e t Lowell played a violin solo,
The genial face and friendly mill special tax with which to im $6.40 and now has on hand 24
Hrocha nw!4 sec 10 3 n 3, $10.
. <T , r,
sw Vi sec 25 2 s 22, $100.
of Professor Cordley will prove some of the streets. This chickens, valued at $12.00 This
W itch HUzel Hop F arm to Mary M
Lydia B Young to G eorge A Young
welcome at Forest work, with that of installing the shows a total of $37.90, and
G illette 13.02 a c res in C harles ste- of Summer,
which was well re
n e Vi of ne Vi sec 26 1 s 1, $1.
be has often been gravity water system w h e n leaves a net profit of $17.35.
O C Jac k so n and wf to O C Sehol
field and wf p a rt of lot 3 blk '.) F o re st *10.
playing. Liola House played during the past 20 years until weather conditions will permit,
New Attraction at Star.
G rove, $10.
Moore In v e stm e n t
t o ! Clayton’s Grand March white the the duties attendant upon his is expected to make things lively
J W G oodin and wf to C harles
H C harles N M cC afferty lot 9 in Oak
silver offering was taken by Miss election to the position of Dean around Beaverton the coming The niftiest little nightengale
B ak er .45 a c re s in A nderson Sm ith P a rk Sub-division sec 35 1 n 3, $10.
that ever struck the burg, and
of the Agricultural College be spring and summer.
O soar M M adison and wf <(t al to
d i e sec 6 , n 2, 41.57 a c re s
the sweetest little singer that one
A lex an d er H urston and w f d 1 c O scar M M adison lots 4 5 6 and seVi student with cap and grown gan to interfere with his trips
of swVi sec 15 1 s 2, $1.
Women’s Club Will Entertain. ever heard, is the pulling com
assisted by Miss Elida Loynes, among the farmers.
Mike S chram el and wf ot al
C R Adam s and wf to Jam es
dressed as a fairy in white with
The Forest Grove meeting
Friday evening, February 7, bination that is offered at the
K ays 18.18 a c re s in sec 16 2 s
2 M artha E H artley tim b e r upon bw V 4
Vert’s hall, Miss Banfield, an Star where they have the best at
of neVi told nw 14 of se 1-4 sec 1!)
$ 2000 .
and keeping time to the music p. m. Feb. 1. Other meetings elocutionist of decided ability tractions thatcanbe secured from
J e p th a G arrig u s and wf to A rad H 2 n 3. $600.
far and near. This evening and
R uth T ru st Com pany to E C Ash with step and wand, bewitching will be held as follows: At Or will appear in a three act reading,
G arrig u s 50 a c re s in sec 14 2 n
to-morrow, Saturday matinee and
29 blk 1 N o rth P lain s the silver from its hiding. An enco, Feb 1, 7:30 p. m .; at North “ The Melting Pot” , under the
$ 1000 .
night, Miss Alberta Hadley will
C harles A W ym an and wf to M ar $700.
intermission was taken for a Plains, Feb. 3, 1:30 p. m .; at auspices of the Women’s club of give an entertainment that is
J e p th a G arrig u s to Arad 15 G a rri
cellus E C arm an 220 a c re s in John
social time, and refreshments Banks, Feb. 4, 2:00 p. m .; at this city. An excellent musical just exactly right. It will please
gus 50 acres in Sts’ 15 2 n. 4, $1.
JI W alker andw fdlc N» 4!t, $22150.
II II C ronise to E lizabeth F C ronise were served in the dining room. Gales Creek, Feb. 5, 2:00 p. m .; program has also been arranged all the old folk, and the younger
W J Dodson an d w f to F red J Ep-
le r and A nna A E p ler lot 3 blk 4 lot 8 in A m ended blk 1 H u m p h rey s’ The tables were presided over at Cornelius, Feb. 6. 10:00 a. m .; for in connection with Miss Ban- gent ration, too, surely will en
joy it, for it drives away the
add to H illsboro, $10.
E p le r’s Add to Sherw ood, $280.
by Mrs. McKenzie, Miss Thatch al the Grand Theatre, Hillsboro, field’s offering. The proceeds of blues. A line of classy picture
A rth u r C W ebb and wf to M arth a L
W C F W ard to G eorge G roff lots
er, Mrs. Seymour and Mrs. A. E. Feb. 6, 1:00 p. m .; at Gaston, this entertainment will he used plays are also on the list of the
ft and 6 blk 42 S o u th C o ast Addition H a ck er 6 a c re s in sec 10 2 s 1, $10.
to H illsboro, $!)85.
O regon N u rse ry C om pany to Jack Scott. The German Triumphal Feb. 7, 10:00 a. m .; at Beaver for the benefit of the High school, good things that are coming, in
R uth T ru st Com pany to C J Mil R yan 25 ft by 150 ft; being th e eVi Mai ch, played by Mrs. E. E. ton, Feb. 10, 10:00 a. m .; at and the receipts should be large, cluding little Bunny in the “Hon
le r lots 7 and 8 blk 44 N o rth P lains, of lot 5 blk 22 O renco T ow nsite, Williams called all from refresh Sherwood, Feb. 11, 10:00 a. in.; as the offering is of undisputed eymoon’s First Kiss” .
$ 200 .
ments to listen to the music and at Tualatin, Feb 11, 2:00 excellence and the object a most
For Sale: Barred Plymouth
once more. We were pleased to p. m.
cockerels from O. A. C. heavy
have with us Mrs. Chas. W.
aying strain, Mrs. C. S. Hat
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field, Phone Main, 165. 9-tf
Sprague (nee Miss Amy Thomas)
a graduate of the P. U. who
sang in a sweet way “ The Rose
!of my Heart,” and as an encore,
A. G. Hoffman was transact Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Kinzer “ Back to Babyland.” Chas. Mc
Neill sang with depth and force,
ing business in Portland, Tues were Salem visitors this week.
“Tell Her I Love Her So,” and
Albert Moore is moving his
¡responded with, “ Talking in My
C. Mertz and Chas. Latta, of family into the new home on
Sleep.” The P. U. male quar
the Grove, made a trip to Cherry Pacific avenue.
tette consisting of Messrs. Mc
Prof, and Mrs. A. Ben Kori j Neill, Benjamin, Fowler and
Harry Davidson, of Banks, saw the production of “ Ben Hur” Schmitke favored with the se-
was transacting business in For in Portland, Wednesday.
lection, “ until the Dawn;” en-
est Grove, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Patton ¡core, “ P U Men.” They were
Rev. Upton is again mingling and son visited in Scoggins Val-! called back the third time and
with Grove citizens after a ley Sunday, with Mrs. S. Martin, sang “ My Adaline.”
week’s seige of La Grippe.
The work of restoring the tele- The Club ladies wish to thank
C. Holzmeier, of David’s Hill, phone system of Forest Grove each and all who assisted in mak-
is enjoying a visit from his broth and vicinity was completed Sun- ing the meeting a success, and a
er who resides at Dundee, day and all lines are now in work- pleasant occasion to think of in
Mrs. W. H. Barker, of this
Harry Underhill has traded his
city, is visiting with her sons, residence on 1st street and a Bright's Disease Claims Toll.
W. A. and E. W. Barker, in house oii4tli Avenue and lot on 1st
George Rowcliffe, a g e d 71
street to William E. Cooke for his years, died at the home of his
Chief of Police Burnworth was 69 acre farm on the Thatcher daughter; Mrs. C. C. Gibson, of
South Forest Grove, Saturday
confined to his home Sunday bv a road.
temporary illness. James Bald The second semester of Pacific and was buried in Forest View
win acted as Chief Sunday night. University will open on Feb. 5th Monday, Rev. D. T. Thomas con
500 sacks of potatoes. All newly sorted and sacked.
Dr. Hawke, Mayor of Gaston, at ten o’clock at Marsh Hall. ducting the services. Deceased
One 6 year old, well bred driving horse, weight about 1,000 pounds
appeared in Hillsboro Monday to Rev. D. Brewer Eddy of Boston was horn near Exter, England,
One 5 year old dapple gray percheron horse, weight 1,500 pounds
answer to the charge of hunting will deliver an address. Every and emigrated with his parents
milk cow. Excellent butter cow
to Canada when five years old.
ducks without a license. The body is cordially invited.
almost new Michigan rubber tired, top buggy
He was married 40 years ago at
doctor plead guilty and was fined
Dr. Edgar 11. Brown, of Port
to the highest bidder.
Exter. Ontario, and removed to
land. Oregon, formerly of this
Officers of the Royal Arch city has moved his office from Nebraska in 1881. In 1885 he
T p r m ^ 1 All sums of $10 or less, cash.
All sums more than $10,
Chapter, A. F. & A. M., were in the Corbett Bldg, to 509 Eilers came to Oregon, settling on a
at 8 per cent interest.
stalled Tuesday evening, A. E. Bldg, corner 7th and Alder
3 per cent discount for cash.
Scott, Past High Priest, acting streets. Specialty, Stomach, In
J. W. HUGHES, Aucti oneer.
as master of ceremonies.
testinal and Rectal diseases. lOtf ing to Portland seven years ago.
Besides the widow, one son, J. T.
Girls in trouble, or in need of The regular meeting of the Rowcliffe, of Eagle Creek, Ore
One new 8 room house, finished complete in One lot near corner 5th St. and 1st Ave. S. $600.
modern style. Corner 5th st. and 1st Ave. N.
help and advice are invited to call W. C. T. U. will he held at the gon, and the daughterof this citv,
Both near the site purchased for the new high
$2,000. $500 will handle.
on Mrs. Dora E. Barber, Juvenile residence of Mrs. Wm. Kerr sm vive.
One (food, 2 story house, adjoining above. Lot 50
Two lots just north of Gymnasium hall. $250 each.
officer, 14 block south of Oregon 4th Ave. and A streets Friday,
xl50. »1,600. $400 will handle.
One new, 9 room house, up to plastering, and 1, 2 One contract on new house on 5th St., now occu
Electric Depot, Forest Grove.
at 3 p. m. Jan. 7th. A full at-
New Instructor for Pacific,
or 8 lots with it. $3,000 with 8 lots.
pied by Clyde Perry. $150.
tendance is requested, as busi-
Harry W. Dahleen, a graduate
Three choice lots on corner C Street and 1st Ave.
And if you want to go to Salem. Oregon, your
N. Formerly owned by Drury N. Morris.
Miss Margarette Chiiberg, of ness of importance is to be of the Universitv of Minnesota,
choice of 27 lots near Fair Ground depot, from
Portland, has joined the compos brought before the meeting. By has been aolected to succeed Prof.
$250 to $500 each. 15 minute car service in
Two lots near S. P. Depot, Hump's Addition to
front of door. S. P. just back of lots and P.
ing room staff of the Press Pub- order of the 1 resident.
Forest Grove. $450.
L. B. Shippee as instructor in
E. & E. will have double track car service
Two lots in Bailey's Addition. Corner 5th St. and
lishing company. I n c r e a s e d
through the property. \\ ill consider trading
Howard Taylor, of this city. History and Economics at Pacific
5th Ave. South. $700.
if they are right.
business necessitated the em one of the two who represented University. Mr. Dahleen has
ployment of additional help.
Pacific University at Moscow, been in Portland for some time,
N o t ic e —For sale, 5 dozen Idaho, in the recent intercollegi- pursuing a course of study under
leghorn hens, all two-years old ate debate, stopped off at Pull- the direction of the University
in April. Gtnxl layers. $8 per man. Wash., enroute home, for of Oregon, and working for the
Call at LIT! LEHALE & C A D \’S Office for particulars, or
dozen or 2 dozen for $15. I am
Phone Main 0171
selling these to make room for a visit with his uncle. Prof. A. associated charities of Portland.
young chicks. W. H. French, W. Taylor, professor of Econom- Mr. Dahleen comes highly recom
ics in the University.
Don t pay $1.00 per sack for potatoes when you
can buy at your own price, one sack with the priv
ilege of more at my Auction Sale,
Jan u ary 31
In front of the U. S. Livery Barn,
at Forest Grove, Ore.,
Sale will begin at 1:00 o’clock p. m.
CHAS. E. HALL, Owner.