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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY. JUNE 5, 1913.
Ordinance No. 234
awarded to him. Separate bids will be
received on curbs.
The bid o f any person who has be
fore bid or contracted for such work
and been delinquent therein, shall not
be received, except by consent o f the
City Council. A bid from the owner or
owners o f two-thirds o f the property
fronting on said street to be improved
will be accepted by the Council provid
ed the bid is as low as any other bid
and the work can be subdivided with
out injury to the owners o f the adja
cent or other property. The City
Council reserves the right to reject any
or all bids or waive defects in bids in
the interests o f the city. Submit
specifications with bid.
Passed the Council June third, 1913.
M. R. MARKHAM,
Submitted to the Mayor June 3rd,
TAMED THE MONARCH.
An Ordinance providing for the time
The P a rt a S ilv a r In k s ta n d P la y e d In
and manner o f improving Main Street
H ow to Bo Up to D ato In Y o u r.T a b ls
a N a tio n a l C riais.
from the South line of Second Avenue
Tin* pages of history record many In
North to the north line o f Third
damask tablecloth has
Avenue North; also that portion of
stances iu which trivial incidents have
given wuy to the vogue for sets of
Third Avenue North from the west
shaped the destinies of uutious. Ac
linen mats. Including large oval ones
line of Main Street to a point 59 feet
cording to u story iu the New York
to be plnced beneath the dishes, small
East from the East line of “ C”
Short Items of Interest Concerning people you
Street; also that portion o f Gales
circular ones for the meat plates and
the quick wit of a prime minister once
Creek - Thatcher Street, formerly
still smaller for use with cheese and
may be interested in.
played an Important part lu the history
Road, from its intersection with
salad plates. The change In fashion Is
of the Netherlands.
Third Avenue North to the North
all on the side o f the decorative, for
boundary o f the city o f Forest Grove.
William III., king of the Netherlands,
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Haukins o f, John Caples, Jr., visited his was a muu of violent and ungovernable not oDly are the mats extremely beau
THE CITY OF FOREST GROVE
DOES OUDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
ScoRgins Valley spent Friday parents in this city, this week, temper. Although lu general a clever tiful In themselves, but they afford an
opportunity likewise for the display of
Section 1. That Main Street frpm
here with their relatives and at- John has been in many sections statesman, be was inclined, for some a flue dining table, the darkness of
the South line o f Second Avenue North
to the North line o f Third Avenue
tended Decoration exercises at of the Coast country during the reason or other, to Involve Holland lu the wood showing up to advantage the
the trouble that was brewing between
North; also that portion of Third Av
silver and cut glass arranged upon It
Forest View Cemetary.
past few years.
France and Germany In 1870. He was
enue North from the West line of Main
The mats themselves are usually plac
Street, to a point 59 feet East from 191S.
Mrs. Chas. Sprague o f Portland
Henry David, of David’s Hill, who foresaw the ruin to the country ed upon others of thiu wicker or of
the East line o f “ C” Street; also that
O. M. SANFORD,
closely twisted strings In order to ob
spent last week here with her was a business visitor to this city that war would bring.
portion of Gales Creek-Thatcher Street,
viate the possibility of harm to the
formerly Road, from its intersection
with Third Avenue North to the North State o f Oregon
table through the heat o f the dishes.
boundary o f said City of Forest Grove, County o f Washington SS.
Miss Minnie Myers spent an
Some especially choice sets of these
George Ortman, o f Thatcher, change his soverigu's resolution. On dinner
City o f Forest Grove )
shall be improved as follows:
mats are o f handmade linen
1st. By grading the street to the
I, M. R. Markham, the duly elected,
traded at )he local stores Monday. enuring the royal presence Thorbecke richly embroidered In an openwork
proper sub-grade as established by the qualified and acting recorder o f the city
Mrs. Ezra Wright and Mrs
puttern of leaves and flowers executed
of Forest Grove, Washington County,
John Heisler and son of Gales I ¡us! Wbut’s the news?”
after the manner o f the “ liroderie un-
2nd. By paving the roadway of said Oregon, hereby certify that I have Wm. Hayney o f Thatcher were
"Nothing particular, your mnjesty. ;
glaise.” Into the worked design Is In
street twenty-four feet in width with made a careful comparison o f the fore shopping in the local stores Sat Creek came to the Grove in their
Only the people of The Hague are talk troduced a number of Italian fillet lace
said intersections with hard surface going transcript of ordinance No.
234, with the original on file in my o f
squares, also band worked and display
week. The mountain roads be majesty.”
3rd. By constructing artificial stone fice and of which 1 am the legal custo
ing in tbelr design all manner of qualut
dian and that it is a correct copy o f the
tween here and Gales Creek a e "About me!" exclaimed the monarch, boasts and birds copied from antique
4th.# By laying and constructing same and o f the whole thereof.
in wrath. “ What do they say ubout
business in Portland Tuesday
models. The edges of the rants are
in fine condition for driving ma me?”
Witness my hand and the seal of the
finished with a narrow border of thread
5th. By constructing inlets.
City o f Forest Grove, Washington
"Well, sir," answered the old states- lace, and although the effect is elabo
6th. By constructing catch basins.
County, Oregon, this 4th day o f June, his home near Wapato.
t - i
| man, "The Haguers declare that your
7th. By laying vitrified sewer pipe. 1913.
i lie Forest Grove Restaurant , majesty has become stark, staring j rate in the extreme, the materials em
8th. By laying wrought iron drain
M. R. MARKAAM,
William Swift o f Dilley was a
ployed are sufficiently substantial to
and Oyster House is now located mud!” Before be could utter another withstand much wear and tear.
Recorder or the City of Forest Grove.
business visitor to this city Wed
Section 2. Said improvement is to
in its new quarters on Pacific
( seal )
be in accordance with the Charter and
with fury, Jumped up and seized a
H o w to T re a t S h r u n k e n W oolens.
Avenue near the Star Theatre. heavy silver inkstand, with the Inten
Ordinances o f the City o f Forest Grove
Wool unlou suits which have shrunk
A fire at Banks caused quite a The finest o f meals served in a tion of burling It at the bead of the
and the plans and specifications and
estimates of the City Engineer on file
little excitement, Monday morn way that will make you want to Premier- Fortmmte|y “ projecting uu until It Is an impossibility to squeeze
H IG H E R E D U C A T IO N .
in the office o f the City Recorder.
Into them may be made wearable by
gle of the inkstand caught lu the table
ing. An oil stove in the store of come again,
Section 3. The cost of improving
Neglect of the English lan
ripping the shoulder seams and fitting
cloth find dragged it off the table with
the intersections o f said street shall be
guage Is education's greatest de
In a three cornered piece, one corner of
Kinton&Co., exploded, the fire
made at the expense o f the City of
Oscar Shogten o f Cornelius everything upon It In the confusion | which should be placed at the end of
fect today. Asking and answer
burningout the partition between
Forest Grove and paid for out of the gen
the discharge o f the missile was delay
ing difficult conundrums relative
the shoulder seam at the top of the
was seen on our streets Monday. ed for a moment.
eral fund as provided by the City
the store and a barber shop.
(o doubtful meaning of passages
sleeve. This will give ns much length
Charter. The remaining portion o f the
"Sire," exclaimed Thorbecke quietly,
written long ago occupy time and
improvement shall be assessed propor
The flames were subdued before
"if your majesty burls that beautiful to the body of the garment as the size
tionately against each lot or parcel
attention that might better be
ness trip to Scoggin’ s Valley, inkstand at my head The Haguers will of the piece set In.
thereof within the limits of the p ro-1 devoted to a study of the proper
have much reason for their assertion!”
posed street improvement, and each lot
Mrs. C. H. Parker visited with
use o f words.
H o w to T e a r C a rp e t R a g s.
For a minute the augry king gazed in
or parcel thereof shall be liable for the
Mrs. William Griffin at Wilkes-
Snip across the end of the cloth for
full cost of making said improvement
silence at his minister. Then he grad
mental energy is wasted In our
upon the half o f the street in front of
attending Forest Grove High ! ually lowered his arm and replaced the as many strips as desired. Tear each
boro the past week.
high schools and colleges.* Our
and abutting upon it as provided by I
the past winter has re- I inkstand on the table. He walked to one down ;ust fur enough to nrakt- It
Dr. William Pollock was a busi
professors are lacking In that
the City Charter.
to her home in Eastern 1 one of ^w indow s nnd stoodiooktng easy to gr»sp ihe ends. Take every
Section 4. The work shall commence
they literally ladle odt subject
ness visitor to Banks Monday.
out for a few minutes. Returning to f’ther strip end In one hand and the al
within ten (10) days after the signing
matter to so great an exteut that
the table, he resumed his seat and termite ones In the other, and pull vig
Ed Boos has removed his Res Oregon.
o f fhe contract and be prosecuted with
It cannot possibly be grasped by
orously. la this way a wide piece of
said, as If nothing had happened:
such vigor that all the improvement
the student. Better be stingy In
work embraced in the plans and speci
"And now tell me what you have got cloth can he toru Into strips with only
this respect. Then the student
of the Star Theatre, on Pacific to Wisconsin for an extended to say.”
fications shall be entirely completed on
cun mentally digest what is giv
or before the date hereafter stated.
An hour later, when the statesman
en him There is power In the
Section 5. The improvemt shall be
H o w to S e a to n O y s t e r Stew .
Mrs, Pearl Brock, of Kelso, left, he carried with him the monarch's
Dr. Hans Peterson o f Portland
completed on or before One Hundred
English language. The man who
promise to issue n proclamation that
Some housewives like to add a pinch
and Twenty working days from the j
can speak and write so as to be
a former resident o f Forest Washington, has been visiting would declare the neutrality of Hol -a very small pinch—of nutmeg to an
date of signing the contract and if the
understood lias a great power at
Grove but now a practicing chiro the past week at the home of her land.
oyster stew. Others use a little ground
improvement is not completed within
his command. It is u glorious
the time fixed, the City o f F orest[
mace or a blade of mace, taking it out
thing when the schoolboy is made
Grove shall suffer damage to the
A PETRIFIED WATERFALL
to feel Hint our language is not
our streets Sunday.
amount o f Fifty Dollars per day for
a tiling to be trifled with. Too
each and evey day beyond the date
Mrs. Wigman o f Forest Grove
Joe Stream, on First Street, A lg e r ia ’s Sto n e C a ta ra c t Is C alled “the
O ld L o v e and New R u g.
stated, which amount shall be paid by
many persons believe gaining of
the contractor, unless the time for
“ Those people next door to us have
had for her guest this week Mrs. will give you an artistic haircut
B a th of the D am n e d .”
knowledge is the one object of a
completion of the improvement is ex- j
college education. The primary
With all the beauty of a cataract of been married a long time, haven’t
M. C. Smith.
for 25 cents.
tended in writing by the City Council. [
living water there is In Algeria a re they?"
purpose Is to gain the power to
The pavement shall not be laid except
Leonard Corl o f Corvallis was
“ Perhaps they have, but their honey
Anione Hermans and family markable petrified waterfall which re-
become an effective personality.
during dry and suitable weather.
K now ledge Is secondary to this.
in this city to attend the Com were in the Grove from Verboort ce,lt|y has been engaging tbe attention moon isn't over yet.”
Section 6. Said improvement work
"H ow do you figure that out?”
There Is nothing specific In edu
scientists. This is tbe llnmmam-
shall be performed under the personal
Saturday, coming ouer in their of
“ Well, It was awfully sloppy last
supervision o f the contractor subject to
cation It Is development of per
Meskhutin, which means "the bath of
the inspection and approval o f the city
Mrs. Geo. Secour has gone to automobile.
sonality. We are reaching out
tbe damned,” and it Is located jjxty-two night, but when he came home she
engineer, and no part o f this contract
too far in our high schools. Chil
i miles from Constantine, on tbe site of made him step inside and kiss her be
Portland to visit a few days with
nor any interest therein shall be sub- -
Mrs. Clark, who formerly con- the llIlt.leIlt town of Clrta.
fore she told him to go back on tbe
dren are being tnuglit there what
let, assigned or transferred without the
porch mid wipe his feet.”
written consent o f the City Council.
“ Well, honey, wouldn't you” —
sense of form and refinement Is
Mrs. N. Austin is moving into on Pacific Avenue, was seriosly tion of calcareous deposits from sul
Section 7. The area o f paving to be j
"No, I wouldn't! We've got a new
badly needed here. Too much Is
paid for will be only the actual area i
her new home on 2nd Avenue injured at Timber when a falling springs, issuing from the depths of the rug!” —Cleveland Plain Denier.
undertaken In the way of higher
covered by the entire pavement, ex
cept that no reduction will be made for
tree crushed a cook house where earth at a temperature of 95 degrees C.
education that should not come
fixtures in the street with an area less ^ until after the university stage
F o r k and Cake.
in she was preparing a meal for "The bath of the damned,” even from
than one foot square. The amount o f
A corresiKindent points a curious an-
a near viewpoint, looks for all the
Is reached. — Benjamin lde
other work to be paid for will be only
city visited Friday with her sis a logging crew. Three of her world like a great wall of water dash tlpodenu fashion. In New Zealand la
the actual amount o f other work done
ter Mrs. Crowthers o f Gales ribs were broken and she was ing into a swirling pool at its foot, yet dies eat cake with a fork, and the rea
in accordance with the plans and speci
fications, and as provided by this con
otherwise injured. At present its gleaming, graceful curves and the son is the shortage of domestic serv
apparently swirling eddies at Its base ants. You don’t see the connection?
" Vernon Mowe, who formerly she is in a fair way to recover.
Section 8. Upon the completion of
are as fixed and immovable as if carv Well, the New Zealand lady so often
the improvement in accordance with
! has to do her own housework that it is
ed from the face of a granite cliff.
the plans and specifications o f the City
Many centuries have, of course, gone the fashion at afternoon teas to keep
his ranch in the Nehalem Falley, the Book Store, left last week to the making of the deposits, and the gloves on—iu mercy to possible rough
Engineer and as shall be provided in
the contract and upon the same being
Vernon fell from a for Malcom, Iowa, where he will springs were well known to the ancient ened hands—whence the fork of the
accepted by the Council o f said City,
barn last winter and broke bis settle up an estate. He expects Romans. The name Hammutn-Mesk- i cake.—London Chronicle.
HHid contractor shall be paid for said
hutln was given to the stone cataract
improvement in accordance with the
right shoulder. The bone was to be absent about six weeks.
iu an allusion to the legend that the
provisions o f the contract and the
M o d e st C hild .
not properly set, and he was
Charter o f said City.
waterfall was petrified by Allah, pun
At a social gathering a little girl re-
Section 9. That the contractor to I
ishing the impiety of unbelievers by fited "The Charge o f the Light Bri
compelled to have it broken over
whom a contract is awarded will lie re Grocery on and after May 1st
turning all tbe members of a tribe into ga d e" Reaching the line "Into the
quired to furnish a bond for the faith will pay cash for all farm pro-
At night, so tile story runs, its Jaws of death. Into the mouth o f —
ful performance of the ,<
i?n„t.rac.t/.or.® ducts, E rrs , Butter, Veal and hinge inserted in the joint. Al Hardie Power Sprayer on Main stone dwellers of the remote past are she paused and. looking nround, added:
sum equivelaut to the full amount of
"Where papa told uncle to go last
the contract, having as suret
surety thereon pork, (lie best market price paid though he can use his arm some Street, Friday and Saturday of freed from their strange fetters, come
some surety company satisfactory to and all Roods sold at the bottom what, it will probably never re this week, and Monday o f next to life and resume their normal shapes. night."—St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
—Illustrated London News.
the City Council, authorized to do bust- price and for cash only, JOHN
turn to a normal condition. Hard week. If you are interested in
ness in the State o f Oregon, and to DODGE. Proprietor,
furnish specifications o f proposed pave
lop and fruit sprayers, it will
lines for Vernon.
Jones—Janies. I heard you using pro
Go to Joe Streams, the First
ment to accompany bid.
F or S ale Shadeland-Climax
pay you to com e and watch these
Section 10. The City Recorder is seed oats.
Ed L. Naylor, Forest
Street barber, for an artistic faulty to the horses this forenoon
Charles Reinemier and family,
hereby authorized and directed to ad
Coachman—No. suh: no. sull! I’s very
hair cut and a head-barber shave. careful oh de horses, suh! I was talk
o f the Scoggin’s Valley section,
vertise in one issue o f the Forest Grove Grove.
Press ten days prior to the date o f re
in' to my wife, sull!—Kansas City Star
F or Q uick S a l e - A $12000. 38 were tracing in this city, Mon
ceiving bids inviting proposals for the
doing o f such improvement work in acre fruit farm on David’s Hill, day.
form substantially as follows, to-wit: for $8500.
One o f the finest
Rev. Hiram Gould preached the
PROPOSALS FOR IMPROVEMENT. fruit farms in Washington Co.
Sealed proposals will be received at
sermon to the grad
the office o f the City Recorder o f the
uates o f the Can by High school,
City o f Forest Grove, Oregon, until the Vine 151.
16th day o f June, 1913, at four o'clock
F or S ale No. 2 Smith Pre last Sunday. Rev. Gould’ s pulpit
P. M. for the improvement o f Main
Street from the South line o f Second mier typewriter, Root! as new, in this city was occupied both
Avenue . North .. to , the , North line of First offer o f $30 takes it. Press morning and evening by Rev. C.
Third Avenue North; also that portion
o f Third Avenue North from the West
c *_______________________ _________ L. Creecy, pastor of the Method
line o f Main Street, to a point 59 feet
A complete line of the best ist church at Canby. Rev.Creepy
East from the East line o f " C ” Street;
also that (Hirtion o f Gales Creek- varnishes can be had at the Pat gave two thoughtful, forceful and
Thatcher Street, formerly Road, from
its intersection with Third Avenue erson Furniture Store, Forest
North to the North boundry o f said G r o v e .
Captain F. S. Barnes, who has
City o f Forest Grove, in the manner
F or S ale One ton lose clover been critically ill the past few
provided by the Charter and Ordinanc
Phone 0185 Ed. L. Nayl weeks, is again able to be out.
es and the plans and specifications Barn.
heretofore adopted for sajd improve or.
ment which are now on file in my office.
J. H. Shearer has acted the part
Bids must be strictly in accordance
the Good Samaritan, and has
with the instructions attached to the
Phone 0185, taken the Captain out a number
specifications and on forms similar to calves, either sex.
that thereto attached, all o f which in Edw. L. Navlor.
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formation will be furnished on applies- I ~
tion to the Recorder o f the City o f For
TO EXCHANGE— S eed potatoes
Mr. Matthew Bat >s o f the Gas
est Grove, Oregon. The improvement for equal q u an ity and q u a lity re-
neighborhood was in town
.musi I* compii teli on or before One turned th is fail.
Hundred twenty working days from f
to important business
the date o f signing the contract.
_ _ _ * i *“ -v lo r *
All proposals must be accompanied
W anted , A t once, a few stock
by a check payable to the order o f the
A new and up-to-date line o f
ayor o or f the City of Forest Grove! ^ e e p (Ewes and Lambs »phone
• * by a respe
responsible 0185, or write Edward L. Naylor, wall paper in many handsome
Oregon, certified to
bank for an amount equal te five per Forest Grove, Ore.
patterns. P l a i n , figured and
cent o f the aggregate proposal, to be
novelty goods to select from.
forfeited as fixed and liquidated dam
F o r S a l e — Leather folding
ages in case the bidder refuses to en
All prices to fitll a pockets. Pat
ter into a contract and provide a suita baby buggy. Second house north
ble bond for the faithful performance o f campus on Greenville road. erson’s Furniture Store, Forest
Forest Grove Training Park
------ STARTING JUNE 7th-----------
Oregon Electric Cars Stop at Track
-------- RACES BEGIN AT 3:00 O’CLOCK---------
Admission 50 cents
Of «aid work In tha event a contract is J, L. Hill.