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The people o f Forest Grove are in the position
o f the goose with the golden eggs. Now that
G E O R G E H U N T IN G T O N C U R R EY
old fable never rîcorded any benefit to the won
E D ITO R AM D O W N E R
derful goose who laid those precious eggs.
Forest Grove is a little city o f sound founda
Published every Thursday al Forest Grove, Washington County, Oregon.
tion and wonderful possibilities. Pacific Uni
Eatered at the Forest Grove, Oregon, Post Office as second-class matter.
versity, our excellent public Schools, the numer
ous fine churches, many 1 eautiful homes, our
S ubscription R a tes in A d v an ce .
strong banks and progressive mercantile estab
One Year..................... $1.50
Six Months...........75 Cents lishments are all of a type that warrant the hearty
praise o f us all. Forest Grove has forty blocxs
of paved streets, a municipal power plant, fine
O ffice on M ain S t r e e t .
mountain water; is planning on a complete sew
erage system, and in every way is no more to be
considered as a country cross roads. To ever
You have heard the old convince others of the fact o f the progressive
story about the hen, the ness and possibilities of this city, we ourselves
A N D M E N T A L duck and advertising no must negin to take an active pride in its growth
SUGGESTION doubt. The duck waddles and developement. What we have cannot be
off into a corner and lays excelled. It is what we have not which should
a fine large egg and waddles off without mak concern the booster. Let us begin to think de
velopement, to believe in boosting, to talk up
ing any noise about it at all. But the little hen,
(who compared with the duck can lay only a building, and to assist in the actual growth of
little egg) when she lays an egg, raises such a the city o f Forest Grove. Three things are nec
racket that everybody knows about it. Hence essary to accomplish real development viz.:
money, brains and labor. Let us all give accord
the increased value o f hen eggs.
There is a whole lot of truth in that little story. ing to our means and work for an ever bigger
You couldn’ t make that little hen believe for a better, and even more beautiful city.
Let us take our golden eggs of possibilities to
minute that her egg was no better than Mrs.
Duck’ 3 ; and neither could you convince that the home and investment
duck even in the face of the achievments of and realize for ourselves the benefits derived
Mrs. Hen that it would pay to advertise her from the sale thereof.
THURSADY, NOVEMBER 13, 9131
FOREST GROVE PRESS
A Chance to M a k e
C O U N T Y C O U R T NO TES.
Estate and guardianship of
Wm. C. Geiger, M. B. Bump oath
and undertaking, sum o f $1200,
said bond approved, letters of
guardianship issue toM. B. Bump.
Dated Nov. 5, 1913.
Estate o f James H. Sewell, de
ceased, C. B. Buchanan executor,
appearing to court that said
estate is ready for final settle
ment, time was accordingly set
for Monday, 8th o f December,
1913, for hearing objections.
Dated November 5.
Estate of James Welch, de
ceased, order for sale of real
property. John Welch executor,
ordered to sell, consisting part of
A. C. Lasson D. L. C. being
about 28.96 acres; other matters,
etc. Dated November 5.
Estate o f E. S. Callendar, de
ceased. Final accounting of ad
ministrator recites among other
things, regarding real estate and
personal property that the ex
penses are for three matters
$33 50 and for attorney’s fees
and publication another $55.00.
Being final settlement same was
closed and administrator relieved.
Dated November 10.
In the matter and estate of
James M. Haynes, deceased, M.
F. Johnson, administrator, ask
ing that inventory and judgment
be approved, showing value of
$1800.00. Same approved. Dated
November 10, 1913.
Essential Part of
VERYBODY reads papers
these days. Most per
sons read two or three and
sometimes more. They are
as essential as breakfast, as
regular as supper. Whether
you ure Interested in polities,
baseball, the Chinese ques
tion. the tariff, fashions or
cookery, you look to the pa
pers for information.
And you get the Informa
tion you seek along with
much other news, gossip,
fact, fancy and entertain
ment The dny Is not com
plete without the paper. You
start the day with a glance
at It, and you are likely to
lay It down to prepare for
The paper that is so essen
tial to you Is equally essen
tial to your neighbor. He.
too, reads It and finds therein
the things be wants to know.
Its appeal Is universal. Its
circulation coextensive with
That Is what makes the
newspaper the best advertis
ing medium thnt civilization
has devised. It reaches ev
erybody. or at least the frac
tion that it does not reach Is
so small as to be negligible.
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not read the newspaper will
be guided by those who do,
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in time substituted for our pres that’s half o f life. They wouldn’ t
pure and uncontaminated air take time to read a chapter in the
It it the desire of the editor of the
an atmosphere as that of Bible for anything. They would rather
PRESS to print all the local happenings
of interest, especially those of a boosting, the greatest manufacturing city talk about the kind of face rouge that
industrial, educational or social nature. in the cou try.
As to the spirit is best for the complexion. If they
It is the desire to print the farming news
we already had been taught the ways of the Bible
as well as the town news and we will do
they would have undoubtedly led a much
our best to do so. But if you will phone,
M A R R I A G E LICEN SES.
or write, or call and tell us about the
In fact, Washington naturally ■ more honorable life.
In every town and city there is a class
party you gave, or the new house you
are building, or the plans of your club,
Wm. T. Dodson, age 21, to Ha
Historically, 1 of boys and girls that spend their time zel Hillyer of Brenner county,
o r the condition of your farm, or some every standpoint.
standing on the streets. They seldom
thing that will please your neighbor, or politically and socially it is a field
any other of the many things your friends for the investigator, the student, get through the eighth grade in school Washington, age 18 on the 8th
would like to know, and remember that
And he will be They waste too much time in worrying
the PRESS is printed on Thursday and
Jay B. Honey, age 21, from Til
about their "fellow ” or their "best
that the news should be in as early in hard to please who cannot find girl.” The boys have to know how to lamook, to Nancy Hathaway, age
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the week as possible, it will greatly help in its various and diverse activ-|
us to give you the best possible paper. ities as many varied objects of
L. Wesley Walters, age 21, and
pursuit as he will find in the have learned these three important Hester Williams, both o f Wash Giving Correct Time of the Arrival and
things they are “ classy.” When the
Departure of AH Forest Grove Trains
O u r National Capital
avenues lined with trees of every girls see a “ new boy in town,” walk
Treese Lillegard, age 22, and
Washington has a unique life, kind and variety.—Scribner’ s ing down the street, perhaps with a
lsie Hanson, age 24, on 10th
cigarette in his mouth, “ he’s a classy
tho how long it will remain so no Magazine.
O R E G O N EL E C TR IC
kiddo, ” and they make it their business inst.
one can tell. Fresh with the
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A r F orest G rove
beauty of youth, situated at the Should the Bible Be R ead in to get acquainted with him as quickly
as possible and ascertain whether or Fanny L. Hall, age 18.
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pleasant mean between the ex
Alva W. Bennett, age 28, of
not he can dance, and if he might suit
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the Public School»?
tremes of heat and cold, possess
ing a climate which throughout
A great many people are opposed to was studied in the school it would help Keinath, Washington county, age
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tne greater portion o f the year
the reading o f the Bible in the schools. build up the character o f the pupil, and 21 .
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admits of the only proper l i f e -
There is no good reason why it should he would see how wrong these things
Elmer Scheese, age 24, to Anna
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life in the open air—with sun
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shine as sparkling and skies as not be read there as well as in the a e. It might interest him enough so L. Patrick, age 13, near Dilley.
homes. It is a great deal better than he would use it in his home, and he
Joseph F. Snyder, age 52, of
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blue as Italy’s, it presents to
almost any other book that the teacher would be of some use to the world.
Clackamas county, to Callie B.
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those who wish them political,
usually reads to her class. It is un
( h ul on, age 57, o f thisc ounty,
E arl W agner .
scientific and social life, which,
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doubtedly the greatest book in print.
on the 4th inst.
second to none in the new world,
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There is not a verse in the whole Bible
may possibly in no long time be
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BAD ROADS LOWER PRICES. to Mary E. Kleier, age 21.
equal to that o f any in the whole that there can be any fault found with.
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It is all of the highest class reading
Where bad ronds prevail farmers are
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matter published. There are probably
Hazel B. Merrill, age 26, on the
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In Washington one may, ac thousands o f people that have never forced to move their crops, not when 8th inst.
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cording to taste, hear discussed read or heard read a verse of it. If it
Saturday, the 8th, was a busy
when the roads are favorable and fre
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the most advanced theories of had been used in the schools as it should quently at heavy pecuniary loss as a day for Judge Reasoner, who
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science in every field, the political have been this would not have been the result, according to the office o f public united in marriage the following
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news of every country in the case to so great an extent. Drunkards, roads of the department of agriculture. couples:
•Jefferson Street Station.
world, and enjoy a society as burglars, and dishonest men o f all pro In a statement It cites specific cases
Wm. Dodson and Hazel Hillyer.
simple, u tured and refined —or, fessions would not have been led to such »f such losses, asserting:
H. J. Johnson and Hazel B.
if one prefers it, as pretentious, horrible deaths had they been properly Excessive fluctuations In market Merrill.
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as empty and diverting—as in I taught the ways o f the Bible. The
tion. They frequently take place In
any capiial of the globe.
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cost o f the juils and o f keeping them regions where the local production j F. Keinath.
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It has a social life, if not as bril up would not have been so great if the floes not equal the consumption. There
Rev. B. Clarence Cook united
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liant at least as agreeable s that Bible had been used more. The Bible are counties rich in agricultural pos j in marriage J. F. Snyder and
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o f any other national capital.
would be a tine book for English study sibilities. burdened with bad roads, j Callie B. Charlton at the parsot -
Commerce, we are assured by in the high school grades. It is all true where the annual Incoming shipments 1 age. Only a few near friends Lv F orest G rove A r P ortlan
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those interested in it, covers as from the beginning to the end. Most nf food exceed the outgoing shipments were present.
In the ratio of four to one.
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wide if not as extensive a field i classics are entirely imaginative.
Many such counties with Improved
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Good rubbers at Right Prices,
Immense numuers o f men and women
as any other metropolis, and we
ronds would not only become self sup for all kinds of snoes at Purdv’ s
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are promised soon an increase of in all the large cities give their lives to porting. but would ship products to
tDaily except Sunday
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manufacture, so that those who society. They dance, go to card parties other markets.
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