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FOREST GROVE. WASHINGTON COUNTY. OREGON. THURSDAY, DECEMBER II, 1913.
STATE INSPECTORS B!G tcosTERS' meeting püslíc to be welcomed RASMUSSEN’S RABBITS the woman ’ s club in MEETING CALLED
VISIT FOREST GROVE TO BE HELD DEC. 19 TO SCHOOL OPENiNG WIN AT PORTLAND SHOW SESSION ON MONDAY DECEMBER 30TH
Next Friday evening, December 19th, New $35,000 Institution W ith Get First and Fifth Place and The last meeting of the Woman’s
is the date set for a rousing Commer Excellent M anual Training,
Handsome Silver Cup—Many Club met at the home of Mrs. F. J. Convention Will Nominate
cial Club luncheon to bring all of the
Miller, Monday, Dec. 8.
Etc., tu Be Inspected
progressive business and professional
Mayor, Recorder, Treas
A committee was appointed by the
men and farmers of this section to
urer and Councilmen
gether, and to discuss plans of future
money for the erection of the Club
activity now being considered by the Friends of the Forest Grove High
Board of Directors. Such was the de School are looking forward to the
Ny rabbit, you may know,
Dr. D. W. Smith, of Portland and
cision of the directors at their meeting grand
And bunny won a silver cup,
of Pendleton, a member of
Down at the Portland show.
last Monday evening, to which the en held Friday, December 19. The splen
Board of Health, discussed
tire board was present.
This bit of classical verse was not Public Health, before the club. He
by Mr. Shakespeare, the im spoke plainly and to the point, giving
President Bushnell, of Pacific Uni
both afternoon and evening. written
love to talk about but splendid suggestion of good work which
versity, was present and presented in spection
In the afternoon students of the High seldom read, we but
Equipment and Methods Re detail his proposal of having the Club School
strange as it may may be accomplished by clubs. He said Two Ladies Get Place on Elec
with the school in securing the building and will explain the equip seem was pounded out on a prosaic “ Let it be the function of all clubs to
sponsible for Score Rather co-operate
tion Board —O ther City
the services of a traveling publicity ment and work of the different depart Remington in the P ress office. The work for the betterment of civilization.
agent, to spend a portion of his time in ments.
are doing first-class college student, football player, and Education must precede legislation.
securing new students for the institu work in Students
Educate our people, to avoid a revoj
tion and a part in advertising the ad from text-books alone, as some may rabbit raiser, of this city. George has lution that may come by evolution.
of Washington County to
taking a post-graduate course in Let us have more parks and play
but by practical work with been
Dairy and food inspectors from the
By resolution of the city council in
looking for a new location. The think,
rabbitology for lo, these many moons, grounds.”
office of J. D. Mickle, State Commis those
monthly session Tuesday even
sioner, made the rounds in Forest Grove of the proposition, and the matter will
meeting of citizens of For
of the 20th century problems, of the est Grove was
last week, and found most condi ions definitely decided in a short time. mestic science section this week got one hundred.
called to meet Tuesday
great fight against tuberculosis, stating evening December
here to compare favorably with those be Considerable
30 in Vertz Hall for
of other places, yet due to poor equip- | over the proposition of securing ade manual trrining department is well of his rabbits to the big show in Port that not until ten years ago was the the purpose of nominating
fight begun and in less than 40 years for the regular city election a January
ment and out-of-date methods of the eat quate rooms for the Club. It is appar worth seeing.
ing houses and dairies the average score ent that the Club, as now organized on In the evening at 7:30 a program of first prize and a handsome silver cup,
was not quite up to standard. In gen - f basis of $2 per year per member, and musical numbers and short addresses and there were lots of rabbits entered extinguished, all due to the people W. N. Seara, S. G. Hughes, and Miss
will be given and there will be another too. Another rabbit of his won fifth themselves. He told of wide-a-wake Margaret Hinman were appointed judges
eral, the products given to the public a without
any headquarters, provides en chance
teachers in public schools who are
explore the building.
were found to be sanitary enough, but J tirely inadequate
for the neces Light to refreshments
place, and he purchased a little buck teaching physiology in a practical way. and Eld. Boos and Miss Manch Langley
on account of improper methods and j sary activities of support
of election. It was decided to
a Commercial Club of both afternoon and evening by girls of rabbit that won second place.
He laid much stress upon contagious clerks
inadequate equipment, both of which,
hold the election in the City Hall on
reduces the score, a great amount of | a KrowlnK c'ty.Resize of Forest Grove, the domestic science department. A He has shipped rabbits to Canada, but preventable diseases. In the state Council
Street and by motion Recorder
that will have to be general invitation is given to the public. Colorado, Massachusetts and all of Minnesota instead of placing a quar
unnecessary work is required on the i solved
18 18 a before
like a syste
through the West, and he gets from $5 antine upon a person with a contagious Marion Markham will not accept names
part of the producers to maintain matic development
campaign can be
to $10 a head for full grown bunnies. but preventable disease, this person of aspiring candidates to be printed on
after six o’clock Thurs-
He has two breeds, Rufus Red Bel must pay a heavy fine if he ex
No prosecution resulted from the in- j The luncheon Friday evening is called
exposes j ay j anuary g. A petition with a spec
vestigation, which is evidence that to talk over the different problems now
number of voters was not deemed
former being imported from England He warns us tq be ready for the in ified
Forest Grove food venders are not seri- up before the Club with all men inter
for a municipal hopeful to get
and the latter from Germany.
coming populations after the opening of necessary
ous offenders of the law. A committee , ested
the city ticket. So any one
the canal, to care for the coming stran may run provided
of women of the Woman’s Club accom munity. The plates will be 50 cents, A great big family reunion and dinner clover preferred, oats, ground for ger,
he get his name filed
work out tuberculosis, typhoid and
was enjoyed in this city last Saturday,
panied the inspectors on their rounds and and a good, full meal is warranted.
within the afore
when the men and women of Gale
carefully noted the conditions:
Grange met in the Knights of Pythias a week bread and rock salt, and when our newspapers. They write just what treasurer and three councilmen recorder,
Each place was scored on the basis of
prepared for a show oil meal,
100 for a perfect plant, the points being tion of the state, three important and hall for their annual election of officers being
divided between construction and equip almost vital factors are lacking in the and anniversary celebration.
Other business including reports from
rabbit is as good as chicken— our community.”
ment, and method and cleanliness. The j dairies that 3upply Forest Grove with In the morning regular routine busi so Fried
treasurer, finance and various com
scores published are the totals of these milk. First, only four of the ten dairies ness was transacted and at noon a
was accepted and there was
scored have any milk room, the other
discussion over the advisa
Mr. Schrock stated that on the whole six handling or bottling the milk either grangers brought baskets loaded with
Schutt, which was much appreciated. bility of passing an ordinance making it
everything was satisfactory here, and out doors or in the kitchen. To partly good things and coffee and other arti Seattle in January.
Mr. Schrock, of our State Dairy and a fine for allowing a chimney fire.
that after being pointed out where they offset the disadvantage of such lack of cles were heated on the hall stove, and
Commissioner told some interest Councilman H. J. Goff thot that such a
did not conform with the law that all equipment, all the dairies are deliver those that had been feeling the effects
about the milk and food we fine were proper as chimney fires, he
had expressed a willingness to make ing twice daily, which is at all times
conditions existing in argued, would not happen if the flues
any changes recessary to fully measure recommended. Second, not one of the the glow of granger hospitality.
slaughter houses, meatmarkets, candy were properly cleaned. The question
up to the standards. Their report in dairies has stalls and gutter that are Ira Purdin, who has mounted the
kitchens, bakeries, hotels, restaurants, came up because of a recent chimney
recommended for sanitary dairies. stump many and many a time and won The Washington County Teachers store
rooms and cow barns. We are blaze which called out the entire fire
Inspectors' R eport to S tate C om m issioner While only one cow was found with
learn that conditions here in our department making it necessary to pay
whose home is near Thatcher, in
Forest Grove has in operation three “"Y considerable filth on her body, the and
meeting of the year at Cornelius, Sat 1 ttle town are not more unsanitary the fire boys $51. Chief Joseph Lenne-
meat markets, two of them with jothers are kePt clean as a result of other states In the Union, said: urday December 6.
ville said that such pyrotechnic displays
slaughter houses and one without, and much work and in 8Pite of the lack of all
be phoned to him and he could
excel because of our great lines
one fish market, one bakery, one candy j ProPer equipment. Third, not a single of “ We commerce—the
go to the scene and look after the blaze.
factory, five hotels and restaurants and ! ^erd *’as ^>een tuberculin tested. A few the Cascades to the ocean, and the gram. This being the first meeting will appear in this issne of the PRESS. No ordinance was passed.
ten dairies supplying the city with milk. I individual
lndividual cows were tested by former
the forenoon session was devot- d Tio much can not be said of the good Mayor Sanford in speaking of the
owners and a" aPPe“r to be healthy at down grade to the commercial center; to most
This does not include the many ’’family I owner8’
condition of some of the pavement on
matters and the election of work being done along this line.
present time, yet in this day and because of the shortest route to the officers for the
cows,” from which milk is sold to the the
Avenue said that he had comrru-
age, and with the inducement the state
with Mr. Kumpe, the LindeA-
by way of partial remunera “Our crops never fail. In Oregon R. D- Wann of Orenco, president, C. F.
and that they would send
The general average score of all the extends
for cows lost as a result of the
men to make the surface
places above enumerated is 63.3 points tion
test, it does not seem reasonable that verily, we reap what we sow. We pro Jas. H. Jack of Hillsboro, second vice
out of a possible 100, which is a little the
should be asked to run the duce the best apples and our Bartlett president; C. C. Ailor, of CorneliuB,
gave a short
below the average for all similar places risk citizens
of using tuberculin milk when a
that if the
scored throughout the state. The eat method
greater than grown in any other
meters were placed on porches instead
ing houses, markets and bakery score a hand. of accurate ascertainment is at crop
of Hillsboro, secretary and treasurer.
little higher than the average of other Several of the eating houses are in "In politics we have been at the fore When the Association adjourned for In circuit court at Hillsboro the past of inside and up several flights of stairs
John Miller pleaded guilty to it would expedite his work greatly and
towns, but the general average is poorly
buildings with either front. We have virtually the election noon they were invited to partake of a week,
unlawfully sold liquor. Four always give him a chance to make a
brought down by the low score of the no store constructed
sPlerl‘iid iuncheon prepared by the iadies indictments
rooms or very poor ores. The of United States senators by dire t Civic
had I een returned against reading, even if the people were not at
lowest scoring restaurants are in this
he was fined $50 and home
Following is the score:
class. The low scores are due much pointed the way with the initiative and the culinary art of the ladies of that on the other first
$100 each. He was There are 230 private owned electric
MARKETS AND SLAUGHTER HOUSES. more to poor equipment and lack of referendum; we have been wise enough
pay the fine in the light meters in town and 115 applica
Inland Bay Fish Market Co., Shaw 90.8 equipment than to unsanitary methods. K've women the ballot, and our local
the opening of the afternoon ses Henry Olson pleaded guilty of having tions have been filed; 72 were installed
Schultz’ Market and slaughter
Garbage is carelessly handled and back °Pti°n Isws are tightening their coils sion At the
teachers were entertained by disposed of liquor in an unlawfnl man- last month. Those who have meteis
house, Schultz & Sons................ 73.6 yards are a menace to the health of »bout the liquor traffic in this state. an interesting
may receive credit for them by apply
number given by the
Rode’s Market and slaughter
citizens. A clean up of alleys and back Verily, in politics, movements of moral- little girls <f tie
ing to Robert Wirtz the meter reader.
house, J. D. Rode......................... 72.9 yards is urgently recommended.
The city ordinance provides that me
Peoples’ Market, J. E. Deeks........ 61.2 In one of the Forest Grove restaur van.”
must not be installed more thau
ants tin cans partly filled with vege
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
feet from the floor and in a place
Grange. Years ago there was a
Forest Grove Hotel, W. R. Ives 84.5 tables were found on the shelf and in Gale
to the city representative at
Laughlin Hotel, R. Duncan............73.0 the ice box. The contents were organized about sixteen years ago by ' of Pacific University on the subject In the case of Wiley versus Reasoner all hours.
promptly destroyed and the proprietor
Forest Grove Restaurant, H. J.
a motion was allowed to open the bal- A transfer of $1298 40 of the 1913
Buxton, who was known to a-1 i ‘Drugs and Drug Habit.”
Seeks............................................... 62.7 ordered to supply himself with other Henry
boxes used in Hillsboro at the spec- street improvement fund was madeto the
utensils into which the cans can be the old pioneers. For a short time well as the parents may have a better i d >i election
Commercial Restaurant, John Con
in November, so that the general fund, this amount having been
stantinos .......................................... 60.5 emptied as soon as opened, as great ^ey met *n Watts’ school house, but idea of what the Association is for and c erk may make certified copies of the previously drawn out of the latter to
accompanies the use of vegeta- kave s'nce assembled here. Mrs. Bux- what it hopes to do, one clause of the ballots cast.
Griswold Quick Lunch, A.Griswold. 49.5 danger
1 pay the city engineer and other inci
bles or fruit left in open tins.
ton said that four members in olden consituticn is quoted here:
dental expenses, and $8.63 was placed
All the proprietors expressed a wil- days were especially faithful in attend-
Home Bakery, Geo. Paterson........ 80.2 lingness to comply with every request ance- They were Mrs. John Prickett, “The object of this society sh 1 be J. H. Duke by default, the defendant in the general fund from the building
assist its members to attain a higher not i ppearing. The divorca case of fund.
for improvements, and if the co-opera Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Dilley and Henry to
standard, to assist the Avaina vs. Avaina was settled in a like A warrant was ordered drawn for
Star Confectionery, F. A. Watrous ... 48.2 tion of the owners of buildings can be BExton. *
$1750 to pay the semi annual interest
in conducting manner.
had we look for greatly improved con
the $70,000 waterbonds held by
was given by Mrs. C. A. Broderson
Brothers of New York.
J. W. Pollock.................................... 74.2 ditions in the near
M. S. S hrock ,
J. T. Buxton...................................... 68.2
on Pat e Three)
The officers elected were: C. B.
G. H. F ullenwider ,
M. E. Hall, retailed by Pollock 67.9 !
general school condition ard the welfare Phillip Lesser, a well-known horti
Jos. T. Fairchild ............................ 54.6 !
<ke ,iafFers of the county.
seer; Mrs. George Rogers, lecturer
culturist of the David’s Hill section, Always Get» Good Potato Crop
S. Randall ................................... 54.5 '
was in Forest Grove Tuesday with a load, John Cornelius, a former livery stable
Chas. L. Staley................................ 51.8
attained through co-operation of both of prunes. He says that the crop this man
of this city, was in from hi*
A. J. McIntyre.................................. 51.2 Out-of-town people will find the Rest treasurer; Eva Adams, secretary; Oli- parents end to ile rs i nd fc elir g Fure ' year was not quite so good as usual Blooming
farm last week. He was in
C. W. Blair
50.9 Room in the rear of the Library Build ver Buxton, gatekeepe r; Mrs. M. E that all parent* are interested in secur- because of the immense number of the midst of
potato digging and bad
J.C.Peterson, retailed by Pollock 42.9 ing a warm, comfortable place in which O’Neil, ceres; Mr«. ' ). C. S' hofield, irig the b> f t results in their schools, the prunes per tree. There were enough seven acres to his exhume.
G. F. Schmidtke
to rest and eat their lunch. Entrance pomona; Mrs. R. B. Newton, flora; others interested in the school work a prunes to the tree to have loaded four has no bad potato crops, as John be says
The dairy situation is a peculiar one. on side street. Open from 8 a . M. to Miss Maude Miller, lady assistant cordial invitation to attenci these meet sufficiently, says Mr. Lesser. He got ploughs five times and the spuds always
In the heart of the greatest dairy sec- 9 r. m .
turn out in abundance.
Mickle’s Men Find Conditions
Here About Same As
LOCAL COMMITTEE AIDS
THE JUDGES ARE CHOSEN
WITH FAMILY DINNER
COUNTY TEACHERS ELECT
OFFICERS AT CORNELIUS
BOOZE DISPENSERS FINED
FOR VIOLATION OF LAWS