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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1913)
THURTDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913.
FOREST GROVE PRESS
automatic maintenance o f each
institution after next year. A
fraction of a mill on each state
levy was set aside for the Uni
versity, and a slightly larger
fraction for the Agricultural
Thus, as the state
grows, the two great schools are
expected to expand. The legis
latures since 1908 have at each
session passed bills providing for
such additional room, but each
caused by wires in the building time a band o f persons hostile to
University on personal
grounds have invoked the refer
The residence o f B. Cornelius endum. This year the Unive;-
and H. Edgledinger were ran sity, with doubie the attendance
sacked by burglars, last Friday
it had in 1908, and with the
night while the occupants were largest Freshman class in its
Seventy five dollars history, is holding classes in all
cash was stolen from the trousers sorts of unsuitable places, while
pickets of Mr. Cornelius, while waiting a favorable verdict from
Mr. Engledinger lost eighty the people so it can build.
dollars in coin.
Thus far no
To the University of California
trace of the robbers has been alone, this fall, went seventy-
four students from Oregon. To
V ^ V . V . V W A V . W . V A V . V . V ; the University of Washington,
to Leland Stanford University,
:• and to numerous Eastern institu
went hundreds o f others.
These students should be kept at
Dilley is having some new side home and educated to under
stand and to assist in solving the
Miss Minnie Peterson is visit problems of their home state.
They are, however, loth to regis
ing with Hazel Hughes.
ter in an institution w'here the
The school children will give a voters have not yet frowned upon
Halloween social, at the hall attempts to kill it. and where the
“ No room” sign may have to be
Oct. 31. All are invited.
hung out at any time.
Don’ t forget the Ladies A id 1 To sustain the two modest ap
Bazaar in Dilley, during the fore propriations, the money for which
part of Decernoer.
}s already provided for, vote
Mrs. Ellwin Gillespie visited “ Y es;” to vote “ No” is to vote
her parents, a few days last for the referendum.
JOHN DODGE, PROP. OF
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lh e hue new residence of A.
R. Egland is receiving the finish
ing touches from the decorators.
The dwelling is built of Cali
fornia rustic and cement, and
contains 12 rooms. Mr. Egland
came to Hillsdoro from southern
California last spring and was
so well impressed with our town
and its future that he purchased
40 lots in the western edition
where he has erected his new
Geo. J. Hauchen of Everett
Washington has purchased 30 lots
in the western part of our city
and is building two fine cottages.
Washington county could easily
become noted as a melon patch
according to the report o f a
farmer near Hillsboro who says
he has sold over $250 worth of
watermelons from one half acre
Miss Muriel Fraesdorf is spend
ing two months with relatives in
Former Postmaster Ben Cor
nelius claims he gained over seven
Elmond and Virgil Whithlow
pounds in weight within two visited over Sunday at the home
weeks since his retirement from of Earl Tupper.
Randall, the five year old son
Earl House wh6 is a senior at of H. M. Sailing, fell Saturday j
Stanford University this year, afternoon and cut a severe gash
has been choosen pianist for the j in his forehead, which needed
glee club, of the University over the doctor’s care.
Mrs. Harry Russell of Forest
Fred Hardtrampf o f our city Grove, visited our Sunday school.
has taken the agency for the
Hazel Hughes visited two days
Beaver automobile made in
last week in Cornelius.
The Hillsboio High School
seniors organized their class last
Monday evening and elected their
officers, as follows:
Engledinger, president; Margaret
Marm, secretary; Lucy Bloyd,
treasurer; Helen Cooke, vice
presi ent. Vincent Engledinger
was choosen to compose the music
for the class song, words for
which will be composed by Beryl
Tinnton, class poet. The class
colors are purple and gold; the
class flower the Marshal Neil
Ex-Senator, .Jonathan Bourne
arrived in Hillsboro, Monday
afternoon and in the evening
addressed the members of the
Commercial Club and farmers at
the Commercial Club rooms. He
told o f his plan o f government
aid in road building.
Frances Parker and Wanda
Todd were Portland visitors last
Mrs. Isenberg and two children
are visiting at the home of H. M.
Mrs. Roy Brock and son, of
Carlton visited Mrs. Frank Mc-
Brde last week.
A party o f gentlemen went
, deer hunting. Let us hope they
bring in some venison.
Walter Wolf came home to
spend Sunday with his parents.
The Dilley Concert band has
again resumed practice.
We are glad to see Mr. Howard
Sage among us again.
Many young people came from
Forest Grove • and Cornelius to
Many Hillsboro citizens were attend the dance,
entertained at the Commercial : evening and all report a jolly
Club, Friday evening. An in time.
teresting program, cards and
Dilley will have a district S.
dancing were the order o f the
convention during the
fore part of November. The exact
Frank S. Grant, Grand Chan date will be given later.
cellor of the Oregon Knights of
Mrs. J. Kuhns visited over
Pythias, made Hillsboro on an
night. Sunday with her parents, Mr.
There was an interesting program and Mrs. Stephens.
and refreshments were served.
John and Bertha Anderson,
Pat Brown, of Gaston paraded with friends from Portland, visit
a span of beautiful black mares ed ovet; Sunday with their
with their colts on our streets parents.
one day last week. The horses
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hughes
attracted much attention, of were callers at the Scholcraft
Hillsboro horse lovers.
The j ranch Sunday.
mares are of Percheron breed.
Mrs. Maters and Mrs. Buckin-
Ben Hay of Astoria is spending ham have been very sick.
a couple o f weeks with relatives
U n iv e rsity Q u e stio n
SUNRISE G R O CER Y
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A. A. K I R K W O O D
Brady Chowning s
Groceries, Dry Goods, Fruits and Nuts
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We have our own delivery and
will deliver outside city limits :•
where amount of purchase justi
fies. — Ind. Phone 871.
Surveying and Subdividing
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is receiving new goods every day
for the fall trade. Have already
in a large display of new books
by the most popular authors.
Also a fine line of box stationary
and pound paper. Call and see
us. H. R. Bernard Proprietor
W M . W E IT Z E L
Tinning and Plumbing, Sheet
Metal W ork and Re
FOREST GROVE UNDERTAKING CO.
Anything in the line o f paper
at Staehr’ s Bazaar.
J. S. Buxton, Manager
Phone No. 64 2
I feel as happy as an eel.
Oh! how happy I do feel.
If vou’d feel as well as me
Drink Hollister’s Rocky Moun
tain tea. Vankoughnet & Reder.
The Peoples Store is receving
up to date goods daily.
Dont forget to see the many
bargains at the Peoples Store
Forest Grove, Or.
North First Avenue, between Main anil
“ A ” Streets; phone 863.
G L A I S Y ER,
Deputy County Surveyor
| All Kinds of Surveying and Mapping, Subdivisions a Specialty
Office over A. G. Hoffman & Co. Phone 806. Res. Phone 46X.
W. F. HARTRAMPF
MILCH C O W S
W e have for sale some first
Grain, Hay, Flour, Etc.
Country Dressed Meats—Pork, fancy,
11 to 12c; veal, extra, 13 to 13}4c;
heavy, 9 to 11c.
Cheese- Full cream, twins and trip
lets, 17 to 1714c; Young Americans, 18
to 18J/ic; cream brick, 22c; Swiss block,
Butter Oregon creamery cube, 34c
per pound; butter fat delivered, 34c
per r ound.
Poultry Hens, 14’ j c ;
fryers, 15c; ducks. Pekrn, 12c; Indian
Runer, 10 to 12c, geese, young, 12 to
13c; live turkey’ s, 20 to 22c.
Eggs Oregon ranch, candled, 42 to
43c per dozen; best storage 32c.
TH E B O O K STORE
Portland Local Prices Corrected To-date
Butter, Egg» and Poultry
CIVIL ENGINEER UNO SURVEYOR
W H O L E SA L E PRICES
W heat Track prices: New club, 78
bluestem, 87 to 88c; fortyfold, 79c;
Red Russian, 77c; valley, 80c.
Flour Patents, $4.50; straights, $4.00
to 4.10; exports, $3.55 to 3.65; valley,
$4.50; graham, $4.60: whole wheat,
Hay—Track prices; Idaho timothy,
$17 to 18; Eastern Oregon timothy, $15
to 16; alfalfa, $12 to 13; grain hay, $10
to 11; clover, $9 to 10.
O ats- Best white, new, producers
prices, $25 25.50 to per ton.
Barley brewing,$27 feed, $25; rolled,
$28 to 29
Millstuffs—Bran, $21 to 22 per ton;
middlings, $30 to 31; shorts, $23’50 to
Feed Mill will run every
day in the week.
class milk cows at reason
Wholesale and Retail
Bran,Shorts, Rolled Oats, Ground
Oats, Ground Wheat, Cracked
Wheat, Cracked Corn, Whole
Wheat and Corn, Middlings and
Sfeveral kinds o f Hard Wheat
Flour, Sack Twine and Sacks,
Hay and Vetch.Seed.
Cali O. H. Peterson
28 North 5th Street
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Give us a call when in need.
F o ie s’ Crove. Ore
nd Phone 50x
The Home o f Pure Made Candies
Fruits and Vegetables
Onions—California $1.65 to 1.75 per
cw t. Oregon $ .65 to $1.75 per cwt
Fresh Fruits Apples, cooking 75 to
$1.00 per b ox; table, $1.25 to 1 75;
pears, $1.50 to 1.75 per box; oranges,
$5.50 to 6.00 per box; lemons, $8.50
to 9.50 per box; pineapples, 7c peril),
grapes, T okay’s,
$1.25 to 1.35 per crate; Concords,
sm: 11 basket 1 2 ^ c: peaches. 35 to
60c per box; plums, 75c to $1.00 per
crate; huckleberries 8 to 10c per ib ;
groundcherries, $1.25 per box; cranber
ries $9 to 9 50 per bbl. bananas 4 1 to
5c pi r ib .; grapefruit $6 to 6.50 per cwt.
Potatoes New Oregon, $1.00 to 1.10
per hundred; sweets, $2.00 to 2.25.
Vegetables Cabbage, $1.50 per c w t .;
peppers, 5 to 6c per pound; garlic, lu to
12'oC per pound; cucumbers, 75c per
box; tomatoes, 40 to 65c per box;
green tomatoes 40 to 50c per b ox ; I
green beans, 5 to 6c per pound; j
celery, 50 to 75c; eggplant, 5 to 6c per
pound; corn, 15 to 20c per dozen; peas,
5 to 6,c per pound: red peppers 10c
per lb. pickling cucumbi rs 75c per ua
box; white pickling onions 10c per lb.; j □
cauliflower, $1.<H) to 1.25 per doz., □ a
squash, $1.50 to 2.00 per cw t ; pumpkin,
$1.50 per cwt.
W ool, Hops, Etc.
Mrs. William Will of Tillamook
W ool Eastern Oregon, 10 to 16c per
The University of Oregon has
departed for her home Monday
pound; Valley, 16 to lie .
after a weeks visit with relatives always been forced, under a Hops 1912 crop, nominal; contracts,
system prevailing since 1873, to 1913, 20 to 21c.
and friends here.
Mohair 1913 clip, 25 to 26c per pound.
ask each legislature for funds
Dr. J. 0 . Soft has stripped his with which to operate during
Livestock, Portland Yaids
auto down to the minimum weight another two years. The Oregon
Cattle Steers, prime, $7.35 to 7.50;
and has added a small hood in Agricultural College has been
to choice, $7.00 to 7.25; common
front for protection from the compelled to do the same. These good
to fair. $6.50 to 7.00; cows, top, $0.50
rain and expects to run the maintenance bills have frequently to 7.00; fair to good, $6.00 to 6.50; bulls,
machine during the en ire winter become the storm center of the $4.50 to 5.75; stags, $6.00 to $7.00;
political struggles within the calves, $8.<>0 to 9.00.
Sheep Top wethers, $4.00 to 5.00;
legislature. The University and fair to good, $3.00 to 3.50; ewes, best,
A small Hillsboro boy is attract the Agricultural College, there $3.6/1
to 4.00; fair to good, $3.00 to 3.50
ing much attention on our streets fore, have constantly been ac lambs, best, $4.75 to 5.75.
with his four horse team of cused of engaging in politics,
Hogs Best, $8.20 to 8.30; common
gnats, driven to a wagon. The and of the unacademic practice to good, $7.75 to 8.15.
animals are well trained.
o f political trading; and their
S ociety stationery of correct
The store building occupied by dignity and usefulness have been
style and neat appearence may
tne Owl Elecric Co., of our town,
Passage by the 1913 legislature, he obtained from the PRESS job
was badly damaged by fire, late
the millage bill provided for department.
Saturday night. The fire was
You are invited to inspect our
Modern and Sanitary Kitchen
H A R V E BALDW IN , Proprietor
Agent for Daily and Sunday Oregonian
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