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FOREST GROVE FRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1913.
Look O ut for th e P arad e.
PUPILS TO RAISE POULTBY
Weather permitting, the mem HEALTH HINT FOR TODAY.
bers of the Forest Grove Fire de
O renco Schoolchildren Engaged
V e n t ila te , D o n 't H ib e r n a t e .
partment will give a street pa
in C ontest o n Chicken.
Cold w eath er Is here. T h e ad-
Notice to Creditors.
rade tomorrow after noon at three
veu t of cold w e a th e r alw ay s
In th e C o u n ty C o u r t o f th e S ta t e o f O reg o n
fo r W a sh in g to n C o u n ty .
im irks th e rise In th e pneum onia
In th e m a tte r o f th e e s ta te o f T h o m as P. B a ld
O r e n c o , O r . — The O r e n c o
Rev. M. H. Kendall will occupy
Dr. Via has returned to this
death rate. I t also m arks a gen
w in d e c e a se d , K ay D. B ald w in a d m in is tra to r.
school children are taking up a N o tice, is h e re b y g iv e n t h a t th e u n d e rs ig n e d
the pulpit of the Christian church, city after a business trip to St. j in masquerade costume, and the
eral Increase In th e nu m b er of
h a s been d u ly a p p o in te d a d m in is tr a to r o f th e
apparatus will be handsomely
cases of th e contagious d iseases
contest on poultry-raising and e s ta te o f T h o m a s P . B ald w in d e c e a se d , by
Sunday morning and evening.
th e C o u n ty C o u r t o f th e S ta t e o f O re g o n f o r
! decorated for the occasion.
—measles, sc a rle t fever, d ip h th e
through M. Donald, president of W a sh in g to n C o u n ty .
Broderick and Humburg, black Miss Grace Leise, of this city,
ria, colds, etc. W hy? B ecause
A ll c re d ito r s a n d p e rs o n s in te r e s te d o r having-
the Oregon Nursery company, claim s a g a in s t th e said e s ta te , a r e h e re b y re q u ire d
from now on people begin to
smiths of Cornelius, have sold visited over Sunday with friends Found Snow in S outhern O regon.
to p r e s e n t th e ir c la im p r o p e rly v erified a s by law
close th eir doors nnd w indow s,
each scholar has been offered a d ire c te d to m e a t th e law office o f J . N . H o ff
their shop to A. D. Smith, of Dal in Hillsboro.
in F o r e s t G ro v e, O reg o n , w ith in six
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. L. Hatfield
and sta g n a n t n ir diseases get In
setting of pure blood Barred Ply m o n th s fro m th e d a te h ereo f.
C. A. Broderson, of Oak Hill, returned the latter part of last
th eir work.
W hen people are
D ate d th is 6 th d a y o f F e b r u a r y , 1913.
mouth Rocks, White Plymouth
K ay D. B ald w in ,
closely bound in. in poorly v en ti
Lee Needham and family, who was a business visitor in Port week from Ashland, Oregon,
A d m in is tr a to r o f th e e s ta te o f T h o m a s P .
lated rooms, th e fo u r a ir low ers
B ald w in d e c e a se d .
came to the Grove last week from land Saturday.
where Mr. Hatfield was called on
our vitality, and this, together
In order to’make the contest in J . N . HofTman a tto r n e y f o r A d m in is tr a to r. 14-5t
Nebraska, have moved into the
w ith close assocatton. m akes dis
School District Bond Election Notice.
O. S. Higby made Geo. Shep business several weeks ago. They
teresting the ten securing the N o tic e is h e re b y g iv e n t h a t a school m e e tin g
ease transm ission easy.
pard, of North Plains, a brief found considerable snow in that
o f School D is tr ic t N o. 15. o f W a s h in g to n C o u n ty ,
Is the rem edy? It Is easy enough
highest percentage in their school O reg o n , to be h eld a t T h e C e n tr a l School B u ild
Agency for the Autofiller visit last week.
section of the state, the gronnd
D is tr ic t, on th e 1st d a y o f M arch 1913,
to locate the rem edy. T he rem
studies receive the highest-priced in th g e , r e said
w ill b e s u b m itte d to .th e leg al v o te rs o f
edy Is sim ply a continuation of
Fountain pen atS taehr’s Bazaar.
said D is tr ic t th e q u e s tio n o f c o n tr a c tin g a b o n d
Ii. E. Nicholson, of the Oak being covered to a depth of six
eggs. All those receiving above ed d e b t o f T h irty -fiv e T h o u s a n d a n d N o 1( m )
the first class ventilation we
Every pen guaranteed. Price Hill section, was a business visit inches practically all the time
($35,000.00), fo r th e p u rp o s e o f e r e c tin g
have been h aving out in the
92 in general average for January a D o n llars
ew school b u ild in g , th e v o te to^ be by b allo ’,
from $2.00 to $5.00.
during their stay.
u p o n w h ich s h a ll be th e w o rd s “ B o n d s—Y es, '
or in the Grove, Saturday.
open a ir all su m m er long. B ut
and February, second, and those an d th e w o rd s “ B o n d s— N o .”
how can we g et it in th e w inter?
Mrs. J. T. Shannon, of Hills John E. Gleason, of Golden-
o n e o ’clock p. m ., a n d
between 80 and 91, third. This re m P o a lls in o to p en be u o n p til e n e f d o u r a t o ’clo
ck p. m.
In w in ter w e have to live in
Everybody’s Doin’ It.
boro, is enjoying a visit from her dale, Wash., was a business
By o rd e r o f th e B o ard o f D ire c to rs o f School
will enable every child in the D is tric t No. 15, o f W a s h in g to n C o u n ty , O reg o n .
houses, to be sure, b u t w e don’t
Correct. Go to the head of the
brother, of Pittsburg, Pa., whom visitor in the city Monday.
th is 3 rd d a y o f F e b r u a r y , A. D ., 1913.
hnve to sacrifice all our fresh uir.
school of a proper age to secure D ated
K. P . W irtz , C le rk .
(le t fresh a ir a t a n y price, even
she has not seen for 22 years.
Carmel Good has left the shoe
if you have to b reak a w indow
Call for Bids.
The Royal Neighbors gathered store and taken a position in the Doin’ What? Going to the Star.
The children are enthusiastic
o r two.
is hereby given, by
The up-to-date, the original, the
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Forest Grove National Bank.
**o over this contest and over the order of the City Council of the
only and the best. The finest
L. Corl, in this city, Tuesday
school gardens which will be City of Forest Grove, Washing
Mrs. Dorothy Seymour and
evening, and gave a reception in Mis. B. F. White made a busi little theater this side of the Rose
taised here during the summer. ton county, Oregon, in regular
City. The place of features.
honor of Mr. Corl's mother, Mrs. ness trip to Portland, Friday.
About 30 of the girls have signi meeting assembled February 11,
S C H O O L
1913, that sealed bids will be re
L. F. Corl, of Corvallis.
fied their intention to grow a ceived at the office of the City
Miss Francis Hienel, who has pathos. The place where you
flower garden, and about an equal Recorder of the City of Forest
Hereafter, pupils in the Forest been teaching at Centerville, for
see the best and most interesting
number of boys a school garden, Grove, up to 8 o’clock p. m.,
Grove public schools who are ab the past week, is home again.
films that can be secured for the
an equal number home gar February 20. 1913, for the flush
sent five days without excuse
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Goff enter edification of the American pub
ing and cleaning of the streets
will be suspended three days. tained the Five Hundred club at
of Forest Grove for a period of
Special committees have been
Seven marks for tardiness will
their home last Wednesday week.
William Devlin, Metroe Hollin-1 appointed to assist the children three (3) months from date of
cause one days suspension.
successful bidder to
ger and Carl Peterson are sopho-i in the poultry, vegetable and acceptance,
Miss Gladys Todd, of Vancou
house the sprinkler and attend
P otatoes Good Burbanks, in
mores on the sick list at present. ; flower-raising contests. A Fair to the filling of the tank.
bulk at 25c per cwt. In ware ver, spent Sunday with her par
M.R. Markham, City Recorder.
Harold Benjamin has enrolled will be held in the Fall at which
house by S. P. track or on farm
as a special student in the High exhibits will be made.
at south end of Second street, near this city.
Advertise in the Press.
near hospital. H. N. Robinson,
School, taking a post graduate
Miss Edna Mills, who is at
Phone 0224, Forest Grove, 15-tf tending school at O. A. C., was
Latest improved Singer Sew visiting with her parents in this
Roy Thomas, Frank Doaneand
■ w v .v .v .v .v .v .v .
ing machines, regular price $75, city last week.
“ Kirby” Swanson have return
will be sold at Staehr’s Bazaar Mr. and Mrs. Cawston, from
ed to school after a siege of the
for $45 on easy payments. Sec Portland, are visiting at the
ond hand sewing machines in home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Mil :.V.V.V.V.V(V.V.V.V.V.V.V.i. The basket ball teams of the
T. H. Hall h^s had the misfor
good repair, $5 to $10 each. 14-tf ler in this city.
Forest Grove and Newberg High
The Sunday school class of Any popular music at Staehr’s tune to lose a valuable cow.
schools had an exciting game in
1 LACE C U R T A IN S
Mrs. T. W. Sain spent a few the latter city, last Saturday,
Miss Elder, “ The Daughters of Bazaar for 15 cents per copy.
the King” held a social last Wed Century music 10 cents, Mc days in Hillsboro last week, with which resulted in the defeat of
her cousin James Sewell, who Forest Grove by a score of 23 to
nesday evening at the home of Kinley music 5 cents.
is in very poor health.
MissMargaret Morgan. Delight
Warren Booth and Oscar Lind,
C o m m e n c in g S a t u r d a y a n d
ful refreshments were served and
Mrs. Chas. Wood and Clara
from the Willamette University,
Lincoln’s birthday was fitting
a pleasant time enjoyed by all.
Ogilive, from Portland, are j
f o r a f e w d a y s o n ly w e o f f e r
were visitors at the residence of
ly observed by the High school
spending a week with th e ir j
M. S. Allen, Sunday.
students Wednesday morning.
For th e People’s Use.
a ll o u r la c e c u rta in s a n d
brother, W. B. Ogilive. and
A fifteen minute assembly was
The Press will devote such
t a b le lin en s a t Reduced Prices.
held out of doors, a flag raising
space as may be necessary each land, was visiting at the home of
took place and the scholars sang
week to the publication of letters Mr. Gates, on first street, for a tended the Knights of Pythias the
NationaI a n t h e m . Prof,
of general interest from its read
I n p p rlirta'nc >n white and ecru, beautiful patterns
convention at McMinnville, last p roctor delivered a short talk on
l i f l l / C v i l i U l i l l O a n (j 0 f |ia n j .
d* A A A
Mrs. Cooksey, of Southern Saturday.
ers. You are at liberty to write
upon any subject you wish, pro
H. S. Waudby was over from
viding the commuication is signed
Cherry Grove last Sunday look
by the true name of the writer, this city Satu day to visit a week ing after interests here. He re of the basket ball team gave a
Tarilo 1 inon 60 to 72 inches wide, handsome designs.
la U lC L illc il Colored Renfews and White,
and does not exceed 150 words in with Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Miller. ports Cherry Grove to be a lively very enthusiastic talk to the
r C up
length. Who will be the first to
When you want that suit little place.
everyone to be present at the
avail themselves of this oppor pressed or cleaned take it to
Wahl Bros., from Firholm, double-header tomorrow evening,
A lso a full line of Dry G oods, Shoes, G roceries, etc
tunity to express their opinions Marion Markham, who can do it,
the families of Leonard I when McMinnville plays against
upon matters of general interest and do it right. Repairing a
and public good.
Shop on P a c i f i c and Harry Dodson over there q,e Forest Grove first team and
last week. They have a contract Banks against the second team,
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ol cutting wood for Wahl Bros. The games will be played in the
City A ppointm ents M ade.
MayorO. M. Sanford, at the
Monday the students adopted
Council meeting Tuesday even
the report of the committee hav
ing, re-appointed Dr. Bishop city
ing charge of the details of
Friday Night at the
Thad Stevenson is helping Mr. issuing a school paper, and de
health officer and Chas. and S.
K. o f P. Hall
Morgan engineers at the electric Boke get out wood.
cided to publish a monthly for
light plant. The appointments
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy shopped the remainder of the school year.
were ratified by the council.
in Forest Grove Saturday.
The following editorial staff was
John DeMoss is hauling lumber e l e c t e d : Tom Roe, Editor-in-
From W hite E lephant L and.
Chief; Phyllias Fisher, Literary
for a barn to he built soon.
Miss Elizabeth Carothers, who
Mrs. A. Rueter has returned Editor; Buleah Bramburg and
Ernest Troutman, Cartoonists;
has just returned from Siam, from her visit in Portland.
Todd, Sporting Editor; Dar
where she has been engaged in
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buxton
W hen you buy som ething at a store that
missionary work, is a guest at spent Sunday at J. H. DeMoss.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
does not advertise, you help pay for the pub
Dick Holscher has been getting Manager.
Lit tier, in this city. Miss Car-
licity of the store that DOES advertise !
hop posts for Mr. Rueter, the
others is a cousin of Mrs. Littler.
T he proposition is a p erfectly logical
last few days.
Pueblo, Colo,, which is four
Wm. McCoy, Ernest Burk,
New M inister for Dilley.
stories high, has seventy rooms.»
A dvertising enab les a m erchant to sell
their families, visited at
F alls C ity , Or., Rev. L. T.
a staff of thirty teachers, and
Holscher’s last Sunday.
goods in a day. Thus his daily oper
Prose, who came here last fall
was constructed at a cost of
ating exp en ses is collected from a large num
from California as pastor of the
$100,(XX>. C. H. Fletcher, son
Methodist Episcopal church, has of making garden and some al of C. F. Fletcher, of this city, is
ber o f cu stom ers—instead of from a few .
resigned. It is not known here ready have some early seeds in. principal of this school. In a
A ssum ing that he sells ten tim es as
1 ickets on sale at I cm Cove
Peter Boke had the misfortune recent letter Mr. Fletcher states
who will take his place. Rev,
m erchandise as the non-advertising
Confectionery. <; \lan y handsome Mr. Prose has been assigned to to cut his foot quite badly one day that a good deal of opposition
store sells, he is enabled to greatly under
last week, while chopping wood. was met when the project of
prizes will be given.
the church at Dilley, Or.
his slow er com petitor, and still m ake a
Mrs. McCoy, who has been constructing the building was
larger aggregate profit.
suffering for some time with undertaken, due to the expense ;
T he p en alty—the ta x —therefore, is paid
neuralgia, is reported improving. involved. However, when the ;
hapless shopper w ho goes to the non-
Mr. Frost and sons have been
doing some strenuous labor on
advertising store; and w ho, by paying a high
the piece of land across the creek inclined to knock. Part of the |
er price, indirectly “pays for the advertising”
F o re s t G r o v e Fish M a r k e t
from the house, pulling stumps, equipment consists of a moving \
that the live m erchant does.
cutting trees and clearing gener picture machine which cost $400: \
AnythiiiK and E v ery th in g in Sea-food
A ssuredly the patron of the advertising
a pneumatic clock system in- |
m erchant d oes not “pay for his ad vertising,”
Mr. Clark, who has the con stalled at a cost of $800 and a \
b ecau se of the advertising, such patron
tract for clearing the A. E. Scott
A few boxes o f choice apples w anted
saves m oney on her purchase!
purchase, south of Dick Holscher,
is camping in the woods by the ing. There is not another build- \
schoolhouse. Richard Wilson and ing in that part of the country, j
EV INCI T BURNW ORTH
Sidney Taylor are assisting with devoted to school purposes, so ;
'S K S
[ Â bral lam ’s Corner S lo r e j
COME DANCE WITH
Whose Advertising Bills
are YOU Paying?