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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON. THURSDAY. JUNE 5, 1913.
F o r e s t G r o v e p r e s s I countless billions have invaded
the Southern state and destroyed
E . S. S P A R K S , E d ito r a n d M anatcer
millions of dollars worth of crops.
T H E P R E S S P U B L I S H I N G C O While we can congratulate our
FO REST GROVE, ORE.
selves that we live in a more fav
ored state, a word of sympathy
T eleph ones :
for our neighbors is due, and
O ffice 502
R e s i d e n c e 442
help should be givenjif needed.
Mortal Nairn of ülmim \ (Country
The Kappa Delta Society of j A surprise dinner party was
Pacific University wiH hold a n 1 given Mr. M. W. Patton last
ice cream sale and serve lunch Sunday by out of town relatives.
on the college campus Saturday The occasion being his 47th birth
afternoon, June 7. The ice cream day. Those present were D. W.
booth will open at three o’clock Patton and wife of St. John’s,
T erms of S ubscription
When a town is of enough im and delicious specials and home Dr. H. Peterson and family of
O ne y ea r, in ad v an ce.......................$ 1.50
Six m onths, in a d v a n c e......................... 75 portance, that heads of railroads made candies will be sold. From Portland, Miss A. White of Ta
T h re e m onths, in advance..................... 50
will frequently visit them, it is five to seven o’clock dainty lunch coma, Washington, Mr. and Mrs.
sufficient evidence that they are es of cool, crisp salad, sandwich M. T. Patton of Cherry Grove,
T H U R S D A Y . J U N E 5, 1913.
on the map. Within the past two es, chocolate and cake will be Mrs. S. T. Martin of Scoggins
Valley. Mrs. M. Hammack of
of the served.
D isp la y a d v e rtis e m e n ts fo r p u b lic a tio n in th e weeks leading officials
Cornelius, Mrs. C. F. Nelsen, M.
P r e s s m u s t be in th is office n o t la te r th a n T u e s
greatest railroad systems have
d a y e v e n in g to in s u re a p p e a r a n c e in c u r r e n t issu e
W. Patton and family of Forest
visited Forest Grove, and have
All did justice to a
E n te r e d a t th e p o s t office a t F o r e s t G rove, O re. been pleased to say that this com
chicken dinner, and a
a s m a il m a tte r o f th e second class.
munity looks good to them. More
was enjoyed by all.
railroad development will in all
Vacation days are here, and liklihood soon begin in this sec
An all day meeting of the M.
for a time the young people will tion with Forest Grove as a start by those present. The program
Church Labies Aid was held
consisted of violin and vocal
hardly know what to do with ing point.
at the country home
solos and piano numbers. The
themselves, having so much un
of the Oak Hill
Pacific University Conservatory
accustomed leisure. A little lat
is gaining a fine reputation, and
A ll o f a S u d d e n P e g g y
er, when fruit and hops are ripe
ner was enjoyed by all.
and ready for the harvest, the
The Sophomore class will
boys and girls will have a chance present this merry three-act the students in the recital Tues The Congregational Ladies Aid
to harden their muscles and earn comedy, Friday evening, June day night in the rendition of the will give the incorporation dinner
money for their school hooks and 6, at 8 o’clock, in Marsh Hall; several numbers was the subject at the Congregational Church a
of most favorable comment.
week from next Wedneday.
one of the best plays ever giv
In honor of the Misses Elsie
It is to be hoped that the
Mr. and Mrs. George Little-
Lathrop and Alice Sorcely, Miss
trouble which recently developed
entertained the members
Alice Ralston gave a luncheon
over the sale of the bonds for
Yadrif Club and their
last Thursday. The affair proved
the building of the South Park
in a most delightful
to be most enjoyable. Besides
PR O D IG A L ITY .
High school will not retard the
the honor guests and the hostess,
I think (lint a prodigal is an
work of coustruction. This build
o u tla w —an o u tla w ag a in st th e
those present were: Misses Ber
ing should be ready for occu
law s of h u m an ity , which are
tha Dorris, Anna Taylor, Lillian
law s of m u tu a l dependence and
pancy by the.opening of the fall
Elder, Edith Stally and „Master
m utual endeavor. If a m an does
term, as more room than was
during the evening.
not provide fo r his children, if
had the past year is absolutely
he does not provide for all those
dep en d en t upon him and if he
When you want that suit
The pupils of Mrs. E. Stahr- pressed or cleaned take it to
Ims not th a t vision of conditions
McNutt gave their second annual Marion Markham, who can do it
to come and th a t cure for th e
days th a t have not y et daw ned
All persons even mule drivers
recital in the Christian church and do it right. Repairing a
w hich we sum up in the whole
Shop on P a c i f i c
— must cease the use of oaths
auditorium, Saturday evening. specialty.
Idea of th r ift an d saving, then
and obscene and abusive lang
The recital was attended by a
he has not opened Ids eyes to any
ad e q u a te conception of hum an
uage on the public highways of
large number of the friends of
life. We a re in th is world to
the state or at its watering places
the young people, and greatly
provide not for ourselves, b u t
or public resorts, or he punished
it c h e n
enjoyed by those present, Mrs.
fo r others, and th a t is ^lie basis
for economy. W e a re building
by a fine, for House Bill No. 133,
Stahr-McNutt and those taking
not for th e day. bu t for th e fu
of which Representative Shuebel,
part in the program receiving
T h e only dignity th a t
of Clackamas county, is the auth
m a n y fine compliments. The
A m erica bus ev er had arose out
O R A N G E SA L A D S .
or, became a law Tuesday. The [ of h er conception of her respon
program consisted of violin, pi F the biood in sluggish oranges are
law goes a littie further, provid-| sibility to th e w orld. She said,
au excellent tonic. T he fru it is
ano and organ numbers, and each
"W e a re going to build a com
also helpful for those w ho are
ing that any person who shall be
selection was rendered in such a troubled
m onw ealth w hose doors we shall
w ith headaches, biliousness
guilty of any viol nt, riotous or
throw open to every man w ho
way as to call forth much ap o r o th e r disorders o f th e liver.
lias hope and am bition u n d er
disorderly conduct on the public
plause. Mrs. Stahr-McNutt has O range salad s or salad s in w hich
G od's heaven, an d th is is th e
a re co n stitu en ts should be
highway, or at any watering
her students a number oranges
refuge o f those w ho believe in
place or public resort, or in build
tlie fu tu re of th e hum an race on
who, from the evidence of their A sim ple fru it salad consists of slices
e a rth .” N ations do not have im
ings and grounds of such resorts,
performance at the Friday even of oranges com bined w ith n u t m eats.
m orality. T h e ir only ch ance for
shall be arrested and fined. The
Oranges W ith Herbs.
ing recital, have a brilliant musi
dignity lies in w h at th ey a re
O range and W atercress S alad.—Take
fine shall not exceed the sum of j
cal future before them.
building for th e fu tu re. It is uot
five ta r t oranges an d c u t in thin slices
$50, and the law is applicable | from m ere in stin ctiv e curiosity
and then q u a rte r th e slices. Mix one-
only to territory situated outside
Perry Burton Arant will pre th ird of a cupful of olive oil. one and
of ancien t civ ilizatio n —th e p y ra
of incorporated cities.
sent seven pupils in recital at the one-hnlf tablespoonfuls each of lemon
mids, tlie palaces, th e g re a t aque
an d vinegnr, one-third o f a tea
d u c ts— w hich sta n d ns th e p er
Christian Church Tuesday even Juice
spoonful of salt, a few g rain s o f mils
m anent m em orials of th e men
ing June 10th. at 8 o’clock. 1 ta rd and a d ash of paprika. M arinate
Commission government h a s! w ho used to live In E gypt or in
Everyone is invited to attend. th e fr u it w ith th is m ix tu re an d s e r
been launched in Portland, and j
Home, the men w ho gath ered the
on a bed of w atercress.
reins of th e w orld In th e ir hands
Following is the program:
the people of Oregon will have a
M int a n d O range S alad.—Remove
and tried to d riv e m ankind as
1 At Play, Arant. Joys of rind and w hite skin from th e oranges.
better chance to judge as to] th e g re a t co-operative team . Hut
Youth, Von Wilm, Winnie Willis. B reak each in tw o and se p a ra te the
whether this form of government
every m onum ent of perm anency
o f each h a lf until th ey a re but
is an evidence o f tlie validity of
2 Winter Evening, Hiller. Danc sections
is of more value to the city than
slightly connected an d look fun shaped.
civilization.—W oodrow Wilson.
ing Doll, Poldini. 3 Sonata Op. Place each on a lettuce leaf, strew nut
under the former method. Port
9 No, 2 Beethoven, Linnie Burns- kernels over th e orange, pour a spoon
land had about ten times more
o f m ayonnaise d ressin g on the
worth. 4 Rural Wedding Ma ful
candidates for Commissioners
fru it and flavor w ith m in t Mint
than had ever before been in the S ealed b id s w ill b e re c e iv e d n t th e office o f son, Mona Mallory, P. F. Arant. leaves chopped fine m ay be strew n
1913, fo r w ood to be 5
Marche Hongroise, Wollen- over i t
field at one time for Councilmen, d S e ch liv o o e l re C d le rk a t u n th til e J P u u n b e lic lt>, S chool
b u ild in g s th e
co m in g s u m m e r a s fo llo w s: 50 co rd s o a k ; 150 haupt,
Margaret Hancock. 6
and the campaign was a hot one. c o ld s fir. B id s on fir w ill b e receiv ed f o r old fir
O range an d L ettuce S alad.—T ak e a
a n d seco n d g r o w th fir. B id s fo r all o r p a r t of Grand Yalse, Durand, Moi a Mal
sm all head o f w h ite lettuce, tw o large
ab o v e re c e iv e d . R ig h t r e s e r v e d to r e je c t a n y or
lory. 7 Rondo in C, Beethoven orauges an d one sm all pineapple. Crisp
The Rose Festival in Portland all bids.
R. P . W IR T Z ,
C le rk S ch o o l D is tr ic t No. 15,
Alice Burnsworth. 8 Invitation the lettu ce and a rra n g e on Individual
will soon hold the boards, and 30tS
F o r e s t G ro v e, O reg o n .
salad plates. Teel th e oranges and
to the Dance, Weber, Linnie cut In h alf inch slices crossw ise. Cut
tens of thousands of people from
Bring your wool and mohair to Burnsworth, Margaret Hancock. four half-inch slices of pineapple cross
every section of Oregon and near
wise. A rrauge one slice of pineapple
by states will go to the Rose City A. G. Hoffman arid Company for 9 Nocturne, Op. 32 No. 1 Cho-1 betw een tw o o f orange, place on the
pin Carl Peterson. 10 Barcar lettuce an d |iour F reucb dressin g ovei
highest cash price.
for u week of enjoyment.
olle, Sydney Smith, arranged for all.
two pianos by P. B. Arant, Alice O range and Celery S alad.—T ake the
The effort of the commission 1
peel aud w hite skin from som e ripe
Burnsworth, P. B, Arant.
oranges, c u t them into ra th e r thick
men of Portland to frighten the
slices and divide these into tw o ot
O m a t t e r w h a t^
farmers and fruit raisers of Ore- j
four portions according to th e size of
gon by their threat to quit busi
tlie fru it. P u t the pieces o f orange
make of camera
into a salad bowl w ith som e crisp cel
ness should the law passed by
you have, a better
ery w hich has been cut into sm all
the last Legislature, requiring the
above the Book Store. A goodly pieces and m asked w ith som e sauce
commission men to pay a license, j film w ill make better
made according to th e d irections given
number were present. The boys below.
G arnish th e salnd w ith cresi
he enforced, will fail. This law
pictures. T ry the
place it on Ice fot
is for the purpose of preventing
a sh o rt tim e before it Is served.
All retired at a late hour.
fradulent commission men from
F or tlie sauce, p u t th e yolks o f tw o
raw eggs in*.« a basin, add a little salt,
doing the farmers and other pro
There will be a strawberry ice w hite pepper an d h a lf a teaspoonful of
ducers out of their just dues.
cream and cake social furnished pow dered su g n r and w ork them w ith a
In their letter to the Railroad
by the Brotherhood at the Con wooden spoon fo r five m inutes. T hen
stir In. drop by drop, a teaspoonful of
Commission .urging the Com
gregational Church on Wednes tarragon vinegnr. a teaspoonful of
mission to rigidly enforce the law,
It will give you clearer,
day evening June 11 at 8:30 p.m. horseradish vinegnr and h a lf a pint ot
the farmers of this city and com
deeper, better-defined neg
Doors will be open at 7:30 aud an whipped cream .
munity spoke in no uncertain
atives. Fits any film ,.«h' entertaining program will lie
terms, and have called the big
given. All are especially invited
bluff of the commission men.
Come to us for cameras
to attend and bring the ladies.
22 F irs t Ave. N o -th
Phone: Office 40x
R esidence 402
Forest Grove, Ore.
W. P. Dyke
S. B. Lawrence
H . W . V o llm e r , M . D .
Physician and Surgeon
A tto r n e y s -a t-L a w
Forest Grove N at’l Bank Bldg
F o r e s t G r o v e , O re.
F o re s t Grove, Ogn.
B oth Phones
Ind. P hones
D R . C .E . W A L K E R
E Q U IT Y A N D P R O B A T E O NLY
Office H offm an Bldg. Pacific Ave.
Ind. Phone 502
F o re s t G rove
Treatment by Special Appoint
M ark B . B u m p
W . Q . T ucker, M. D .
South of C ourt House
Physician and Surgeon
Calls answ ered prom ptly day o r night
Phone: Office 271, R esidence 283.
H o llis & G ra h a m
D r. H . R. K a u ffm a n
Physician & Surgeon
F o rest G ro v e, O g n .
F o r e s t G ro v e N a t ’l B a n k B uilding:
P h o n e M ain 0131
Forest Grove, Ore.
E. B . T o n g u e ,
R. M . E rw in , M . D .
Physician and Surgeon
D istric t A tto rn e y .
T am iesie B id d in g
3d and Main S ts.
Y e a g e r & C o r n ish
S . T . L in k la te r , M . B ., C . M .
Attorneys at Law
Physician and Surgeon
Hill*boro Commercial Bank Buildtng
Phone City 232
D elta Building
Dr. E . J . C r o w th e r s
Physician and Surgeon
E lm e r H . S m ith , M . D ., D . O .
Calls answ ered day and n ig h t
Office in Ja c k so n P h arm acy
C alls answ ered day or night.
H illsboro N ational B ank Bldg.
W . B. C O O N , V . S.
O ffice on 1 st S t .
J . O . R o b b , M . B . T o r.
B etw een Pacific and 1st Ave. S.
H aving bought o u t Dr. Feeley, V et
Physician and Surgeon
erin arian , I wish to no tify the public
th a t I am prep ared to answ er all calls, Phone C ity 384
day or night.
Room s 4 and 5, S chulm erich Bldg.
Phone Main 95
F orest G rove , O re
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Distinguished Eastern Educators Added to Regular Faculty
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