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FOREST GROVE. WASHINGTON COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER II. 1913.
Forest Grove there has been
built or and are now in construc 60th
tion nearly a mile of pavement, I
many blocks of cement walks, a
new three story bank building, a
score or more of fine residences
a one story garage building, a
new $40,000 high school building
C'.ty Council Decides to Put a new electric line to Portland |
and Williamette Valley and other
Lights on Meter Basis substantial
improvements and j
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS DAMAGE CLAIM
PRESENTED—WILL FAY F.RE
BOYS $3 PER FIRE
Year of Pacific University
W ill Begin with Bright Prospects
The best developer ir of »1
community is a progressive
and representative newr-1
paper. Semi the T ïc « rî
to friends whom you wi lisi*
to welcome to this country.
N o. 3
NEW invention a r e PLEASED
IS discovered w rrH SCHOOL
Former Forest Grove Resident
Oregon Hygiene Society Ex
hibit Is Valuable
Hand over the several million dollars J
in prizes that have so long been consid OREGON AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TRAI-
ered impossible to win. The problem
that has driven many a genius to an I ELING WELFARF SCHOOL IS
early grave, the illusive will of the wisp ;
that has finally demented many a ;
RULES OF FOOT
scholar, the problem, considered in
solvable yet for which almost every one Experts T&Ik on Pure FocxL
h s tried to produce the answer, has
been figured out. It took just about Town Improvement, Nature
fifteen minutes for E. O. Potter, a
of Textiles, Etc.
former resident of Forest Grove, to
The c anges in the rules for the I
onstrate the practicability of his scheme j Nearly five hundred people of Fore*
Several matters of importance were season of 1913 are for the most part j
of perpetual motion.
Grova and vicinity visited the traveling
decided at the regular monthly meeting not of vital importance as adecting the '
In a few years one will probably see w;.lfare school of the O. A. C. last Fri-
of the City Council, all members being ' pla.V.
piercing toward the sky, as high as en day and Saturday in Verts Hall. Hi*
present except Mayor Sandford, who is The first alteration was brought,
skill can erect, high circular lectures on social conditions, town im
confined to his home on aecoont of ill about by the fact that the player could Every thing will be in readiness next Wednesday for the opening of the doors gineering
towers, from which will come an ever provement, pure food, tests for fabrir*
' not l>e returned to the game after he
lasting current of electricity, lighting a.id kindred subjects were highly iqj-
The reports of the Finance Commit had once been taken out, except at the of Pacific University for its sixtieth year. The new president, Dr. C. J. Bush- houses,
heating stoves, running trains, praciated.
has been with the school almost a month before the opening and is rapidp
tee and Treasurer were read and ap beginning of a p riod. It often hap noil,
messages, and driving the Also exhibits of textiles, and adulter
proved, warrants being ordered for bills pened that an unexpected substitution becoming acquainted with the duties of his new position. The faculty and stu sending
of the earth. Railroads ated food. we. e very instructive.
was necessary in the fourth period and
against the city.
may be built across deserts, and yet Social H ygiene Exhibit Instructive
Attorney Dyke, appearing for Geo. there seemed to he no reason why an a large freshman class are very excellent.
have power plants situated along the
W. Peters, presented a claim against exception should nof be made in this
route at any convenient place. Big The exhibit of the Oregon social tsy-
the city to the amount of $500 on ac case, hut the rules forbade it, hence
will simply pull a lever and be giene society was one of the best fe;.-
count of injuries sustained from a
propelled from port to port without the tices of the school. This society K-<«
faulty walk. Mr. Peters was tripped player may be returned once at the be The W. C. T U. will hold a
worry of fuel or the danger of fire. j several exhibits that are constantly l*e-
by a loose board ar.d thrown On the ginning of any period, or at any time county convention in the Metho
These and many more wonderful de- ing presented befo.-j the people of list
walk, breaking his nose. The matter during the fourth or last period.
Church parlors on Friday,
velopments may come out of the result st; te in a campaign of education on so-
was referred to the City Attorney for A relic of the old time, v hen the ball dist
harnessing a well known power, cial ; ygiene. '1 ..e exhibit was arranged
was not always snapped back with the September 12.
The f, Mowing named bocks in the of
Mr. Potter has brooded in oruer, ine first pannel givnig th*
A discussion occurred over the sub hands, has been in the rules for years,
Traveling Library are now ready for our over the draft.
years that there must work as “This exhibit is shown to help
mitted grade for South Main Street. but this has been eliminated. The rule
readers. These books are free to those be some power in a draft, and not long dispel
ignorance and to show the true
It was generally thot advisable to lei which read ‘‘by one quick continuous 10:30. Song service.
living outside the city.
ago while in his room in the Goode- importance and beauty of sex function*
this matter wait until next Spring and motion of the hands or of the foot” Devotional, Mrs. Simonies.
nough Building, in t ortland, he con and the need for sex education. ” The
not tear up the street until that time has been shortened by cutting out the Review of year’s work, County Dr. John McLoughlin.
the idea of placing a fan in a information given by this exhebit shooll
when in all probability pavement will wor s "or of 'he fi at.”
Some African Highways.
size stove pipe to determine be in the hands of every man and wo
be requested. The City Attorny sug The rul- relating to a forward pass president.
Household History of the U. S,
a draft would produce. man of any and all ages.
gested that hereafter when any grading or a kick m de fr m behind the goal Minutes of last meeting.
Famous Leaders Among Men.
With a rather crude arrangement he
was done on the city streets that the line has been mn le clearer.
Care of the Sick.
easily drove a magneto which in turn
entire street from the property lines be The rule relating to dropping back New business.
How the World Is Clothed.
was able to light several ordinary
graded, thus equalizing the burden of lriemen has also been rendered clearer Report of delegates.
The Home Art Crochet Book.
lamps. This same principle
the owners in any block. The Attorney by changes in the wording, the spirit Election of officers.
The Other Americans.
a long flue 2000 feet long and
was also instructed to draw an ordi remaining the same.
diameter would produce
nance to provide for the building of A specific penally has been p’aced Noontide prayer.
Walden; or, Life in .he Woods (by 126,000,000 horse
power, say his en
cement walks whenever a street was u; on advancing beyond the lines in case
lift the earth by its Many Popular attractions are
paved. The Engineer reported that a of a punt-out, the penalty now being
Peep* at Many Lands.
Mr. Potter is well
water grade for the city would be es that the punter’s angle being moved
Being Arranged by
Tne Beginners in Poultry.
of the climber
five yards away from the nearest goal 1:3). Song service.
tablished as soon as possible.
The Humble Poets.
but as the inventor of this
A report from the light committee post along the goal lir.e.
Devo ional, Iiev. H. Gould.
The Wonder B.ok of Old Romance. locomotive,
met with general favor to put the en If the punter out makes a d.lberate Music, Miss Tay lor.
ing and constant source of power he At the last meeting of the hoard <J
tire light service of the city on a i^eter attempt by a f( hit to draw the oppo Address, “Protective Work,” Luck of Roaring Camp.
may revolutionize the habits of the directors of the fair it was decided ta
basis. This will not cost the city very nents off-side, the referee is not to
At the Foot of the Rainbow.
world. Who can tell until a practical add another large tent to those already
much to make the installation, and is a permit him to kick the hall until the Mrs. Barber.
Anne of Green Gables.
demonstration has been made. Mr. planned to house the eugenics depart
needed reform to make the municipal opponents have had time to return Music, Rev. D. T. Thomas.
Potter has applied for a patent for his ment, and to provide a place for the
lighting service as efficient as possible. beh:nd their restraining line.
Oregon Social Hygiene Society’s exhib
A communication from the fire de In one or two cares where the official
it, und in addition there will prohaM}
partment suggested that the firemen be was not specified, this omission has MacLaren.
he room left for a re ting place for
given light and water for their homes been corrected.
free of charge in return for services i:i In the rules regarding the conduct of
Other matters were also attended L*.
fighting fires. This was requested in players after a forward pas3 or after
Tf.e Pickwick Papers.
and plans for the racing program aid
order to make some inducement to gain a kick, insertion of the words “after The Washington County Veteran Sowing Seeds in Danny.
other amusements were discussed.
new members in the company. The the pass has been made” now makes it
will assemble m Cornelius,* Jane
Mr. Jack announced that he has ar-
The council finally decided that a car l, clear that players may interfere with Association
of Miss Philura.
on Thurs .ay, October 2, 1013, Transfiguration
ranged for at least twenty juvenile
basis would be more satisfactory, ar.d one anoth r until the pa-s is actually Oregon,
for business, pleasure, and comrade-
and that his department he ii>
provided for the payment of th:ee dol made.
Forest Grove Schools Will Have booths
of Diana Mallory.
snip. Free regi. ter, free dinner, free Testing
tended to make one of the features of
lars to each member of the company The rule regarding kicking has also dinner,
veteians of The C.rcular Staircase.
who attend a fire and answers roll been changed so that the kicker need all wars. e.erything free to C ommittee
not of necessity s'and five yards back
call after the fire is over.
Plan« to Select Queen Mature.
Other details were looked after and of the line when he makes a kick. He
Manager Buxton ujion a return from
the council adjourned to meet again may be as near the line as ho p.ca es.
Hillsboro yesterday announced that the
For Young People
Monday evening for special business. This will probably bring back some of
The new Slate Course of Study for ladies of the Christian .church of Hills
im personating an Inspector K e is T aken The G- lden Staircase. P ems for High Schools is off the press and is boro have I e:;n induced to conduct »
the old quick kicks from formation.
This last is probal ly the most im-
being distributed among the High county voting contest for queen of the
by th e O fficers
I Chi (li en.
Schools of the State. Several new fair. The proceeds of the contest wift
por.ant change effected.
Last Friday Dr. S. Robbins, who hi s The Gentleman.
features are included in the course. he used as | ri ',<>« for the school parade
impel sonatin.g a State Inspector Jack and Jill.
latitude is given in the choice on Friday of Fa’r week, at which time
HOP P.CK1NC PROGRESSING of been Cattle,
came suddenly to the end. of Andersen’s Fairy Tales.
in order that the student several thousand school children are ex
l.is official duties when the Deputy Th- R (1 Mu- tang.
lines of study for which pe-te.l to parade on the f: ir grounds.
B. F. Purdy Begins Construction
oi.cr.it icqUcfccd that be accompany Cadet Days,
aptitude. Tiie fol The votes will cos one cent each aid
—T en Day«’ M ere in O .her«
him to the cour.ty beat. he v.
are offered: Frig- nominations will ! e in order next Mon
cf a Modern T vo-Story
The continued g«xl weather has beer, o ought btfore the Justice Court and Sh ggyCoat.
s, English and day at any of the voting booths. The
very favorable to the hop pickers, and ’ bom.a over to the Grand Jury.
History, Eng- voting places in Forest Grove will be
in some of the smaller yards the crop
j f> lencc, ana English and Jn- Goff Bros, store and the Bazaar.
C hildren's M eeting
is nearly all pi ..ei, while it will require
..u l.y. Tne siuuent is required to
T„p Ran h.
This wjjk thi foundation for over a week to fr ish tilt last i.i the All cuildren under sixteen are re- Red
ci.oa.-e a major Course to be pursue
yards in ihe county. The damp q le.-ttd to meet at the Central Sera, .1 Boys’ Book of Steam hips.
a new 50 bv 80 two story brick big
i . i ought,Ul tne four years. E ectives
have cc sed a III 11 :• mildew, building Saturday at 2.5.0 P. M., to To n Brown’s Schooi Days.
the otner c Ur.-es may be colu
on the corner of Pacific ave. and mornings
but the crop is unusually free from prepare for the eh.kiien's exhibit at Children of the Woods.
• • * * • • • * * * n #
Main street was begun for B. F. blemisli of any kind.
Mr. H. Snooks, contractor for th*
Purdy, a merchant of Forest
unils are required for graduation, ano High
L.ttle Hindu Cousin.
School building, left the his-
Grove. Mr. Purdy states that WILL INSPEC. PAVEMENT Prohi Rally September 20th Our
after recovering frois
the building may not be complet P ortland People to Exam ine M erits of Plans are progressing for a big rally Adventures of a Doll.
subjects each day, except in the last a successful operation
ed until next spring but the
and picnic at Hillsboro on Saturday, Stories from Roman History.
B ieuret P avem ent
and are strong both mentally and Miss Halley has returned from Cal«*
foundation will be built immedi Next Saturday a party of Portland September 20th. Indications point to a Magic Casement.
physically will be permitted to finish Creek, where she has been nursing Mt
ately. This location is just east people will visit Forest Grove in order
course in three years instead of Cox, while recovering from an opera
of the new bank building, now to examine bitucrete pavement. They the county.
four. Provision is made for accredit tion. /
under construction, and will be will invesnigate the pavement in all
ing work done in vocal and instrumental Mrs. Grady is much improved.
L abor P am phlet for D istribution
music outside of school. The work Mrs. Freisberger and daughter Dor
the first structure to raise on the courses of construction, with the in-
request its use in Portland, if Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. Hudson We also have for free distribution a done in the Forest Grove High School othy,
block formerly owned by the tenFto
who have been visiting her sister,
they think it satisfactory. It is Icaimed and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hoskins large number of pamphlets lontaining will conform to that provided for in the Mrs. French,
will leave Saturday for
bieuret fs almost an ideal pave
Slate Course. The industrial work will
This building comes at the cli that
ment, and the cost is very attractive of McMinnville visited at the H. the labor laws of Oregon, compiled and tie more extensive than in the past and Los Angeles.
max of a very extensive improv- when compared with other standard R. Bernard home in this city fur issued by O P. Hoff, State Labor Com will be placed on an equal basis with D. B. Quick is recovering from a
the past week.
L'.BRAKI n . the other work.
threatened attack of appendicitis.
ment season. This season in kinds.
Discussion to Require Cement Not Many Alterations From t! e
Walks Wherever Street
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