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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1916)
to borrow money and not only
pay it back, but $174 interest as
Mrs. K. B. Punfleld, Editor
well. His remarks were applaud
Less than one hundred voters
The W. C. T. U. will hold iu
The meeting then adjourned.
Entered as second-class matter Jan. 12. 1916, at the p**«tofHcv at Forest Grove, attended the semi-annual school
Flower Mission gathering on Dr.
Oregon, under the A ct o f Ma-ch 3, 1879
By the retirement of Chairman
meeting held at the Central build
Bishop’s lawn Friday, June 23d,
T H U R S D A Y , JU N E 22. 1916
ing Monday afternoon to elect a Hugh<*s, G. O Roe automatically at 2:30 p .m . Anyone welcome.
becomes chairman and he will
director and clerk.
call a meeting for the pur A h Ye Shall Do It Unto
NOTES AND COMMENTS
After Clerk Buxton had read
installing the new mem
The Ixant Of These. ”
the call for the meeting and the
“ Mama, I don’ t like to look nt
The weather man is a gentle city officials are said to reap finan minutes of the last meeting had ber.
man for holding off with that rain cial profit from the town’s shame, been read and approved, he read
such awful pictures. Ijet’s go out
“ Mill (¡rariouH”
until after the Rose Show parades. for they own property that brings 1 his financial report, from which
Fore-t Grove, Oregon, and see the people.”
Such was the protest of an out
June 19th, 1916.
What is the reason the women
child-nature, uttered one
women. And some of the preach-
My friends, you trusted me
are not represented on Forest
the Rose Festival in
Hal. on hand June 23. 1915
$ 585.01 with a very important mission,
Grove’s school board? It must be
5,826.07 that of obtaining for the City of one of the local theatres where a
brave little editor of the Tele
modesty, for they could easily
gram in his fight for righteousness, 1914 county |fund
Forest Grove the Department En picture grewsome and sickening
have elected a woman last Mon
1914 state fund
in the horrors it presented pre
so he fights practically alone and 1915 s o c i a l tax
9.677.00 campment of Oregon Grand Army
all the hate of the lawless element, 1916 county fund
3,710.00 j of the Republic for the year 1917. ceding the vaudeville bill.
If there are any people in For as well as that of some of the Tuition collected
That protest was uttered by a
That mission has been accom
est Grove who have never before | t h e c i t y officials, is directed Domestic science
clever looking little
1 return to my home
appreciated their band, it is to be agianst Ed tor Serin.
land offer the many congratula fi I low of some six or seven sum
hoped the excellent music that
mers. Ft was wrung from him
About two years ago the owner Warrants issue«)
2,100.00 tions of my comrades who are de
organization furnished Saturday of a dive where liquor was sold Warrants renewed
2,100.00 lighted with the prospects of vis because he was horrified. All the
has opent d the eyes of all to the and where women made a pre
letter sensibilities in his nature
27,053.17 iting with you and enjoying the
fact that Forest Grove has a band carious living by asking male pa
deeply wounded, and well
hospitality of the patriotic and
Deduct for indebtedness re-
worthy of patronage. How would trons to buy them drinks knocked
1 h *. Had it not been
2.100.00 loyal citizens of the “ Queen City”
we have celebrated without the Editor Senn down on the public Actual receipts for year
so, that ls»y would have been
24,9(53.17 of the Pacific Northwest.
! street of Deadwood \nd kicked
DISBU RSEM ENTS
presented to that
The huge success of the Forest
assisted me in that great work
Grove Rose Show is an example Business men who don’t care how
I say “ gracious, mill gracious,” clean, young m i n d manifestly
High school teachers' salaries 6,341.99
thus far developed in refinement—
of what may be accomplished by dirty there money is, have boy Grade teachers’ salaries
again I say ‘mill gracious.”
scene that depicted depraved
the women when they work in
The credit of having secured
High school general expense 3,108.31
unison on anything
Grade school general expense 4.859.58 the above result is largely due to and criminal desecration of a
Portland who saw the two parades closed and, altogether, Mr. Senn
25,983.86 Rev. (). H. Holmes, pastor of th*
“ I-et’s g o out and aee t h e
say that, barring the fact that
Dtsluct for indebtedness re-
people.” Indeed yes! For t h e
Portland had more floats, the
people outside were moving about
Forest G r o v e p a r a d e equalled some six years ago, Senn owned
W. J. R. BEACH.
Balance on hand
theirs. Especially w e r e these more than two dozen country
ifie streets in the festival spirit.
On their faces were the smiles of
visitors pleased with the children’s
We still g i v e g r e e n trading joy and good fellowship: in their
parade, as well they might be. for gram. So expensive has been his verY comprehensive report of the
it was one of the prettiest pa fight, that he now owns only the work °f 1 h e h i g h a n d grade stamps on every thing you buy hearts the wholesome apprecia
Telegram and t h a t is heavily schools, giving comparisons bt». from us. Lit tier’s Pharmacy.
geants the writer has ever seen.
tion of G od’s glorious sunlight
martgaged. Yes, standing up for ! tween last year and this year,
Mrs. Saltmarsh of Albany, who an»! of the wealth of beautiful
It appears that the right kind
decency has cost Editor Senn from which the following txtracts has been spending a week with blooms that is the chief character
of people went to Eugene last
dearly, but he says he is not are taken:
her daughter, Mrs. C. A Littler, istic of the city’s holiday. The
week to attend the G. A. R. en whipped yet.
1915-16 1914-15 !
went to Portland Monday, on her atmosphere outside was that in
High school enrollment 233
campment, for they captured the
The day after his plant was Average daily attendance,
way back to Albany.
which the healthy spirit of that
1917 encampment f o r Forest wrecked, he and his sons got out,
Mrs. C. P. Richards and son normal youngster rejoiced. In
Grove. And it was worth captur
by hand, a little sheet 13x20 Grades __ _________
Mrs. Addie Porter of Portland that spirit he had been taken in
ing for it will bring several thous
inches, printed only on one side, ’ Percentage o f attendance 97
returned to their home Sunday side, to be entertained, to lx?
and people to this city next year.
but breathing the spirit of de Teachers employed, full
after a four days’ vi-.it wi t h Mrs. amused, to be refreshed at the
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Hurrah for the “ boys in blue!’'
fiance and serving notice on the ! Grade teachers
Richards and Mrs. Marsilliot here. bubbling fount of laughter, and
Mr. Beach of this city is entitled
mob the that he was going to con- Daily att e n d a n c e, per
The members of the Myers there was thrust ufx>n him this
to most of the credit, for he has
j tinue the fight until the lawless
family, o f w h i c h Postmaster revolting picture that was dark,
been working for six months to
ones were either in jail or driven High school
Frank Myers of Portland and the and evil, and ghoulish in its
Cost per pupil, based on
bring the 1917 meeting to this
from the community. And he’ll
total enrollment High
Misses Myers of this city are wickedness. What right has any
city and the Roseburg “ boys” are
d o it, too, unless they kill him.
$50.38 $56.27 members, held a big family re theatre management so to shock
blaming him for their defeat.
But the Express fears Senn will Grades
„ 26.67 28.76
and insult a child ? On what
union at Oregon City Sunday.
ground does society excuse itself
DEADWOOD’S SHAM E
Next Thursday, June 29th, Dr. for permitting it to be done?—
People who complain that there from the police of Deadwood, for ment cost $193 51 and the re-
Lowe, Portland’s well-known
‘'I“ " ' 1 3
°P* Evening Telegram.
is no longer a wild and woolly the writer of this article remem ceipts were $32.66, leaving a net |
, tician, will be at the Forest Grove
t 4 .
Free Methodist Church
West, should not despair, for late bers that when a newspaper office cost of $460 Ho. The enrollment „ . ,
i Hotel. I his will be his last trip
making the cost per pupil ,
newspaper dispatches from Dead was wrecked at Lead, three miles was j 68,
school 10a.m ., preach
i i i
for nme or ten months, as he goes
wood, South Dakota, inform us from Deadwood, some six years $1646.
„ ■ east early in July. Consult him ing 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. prayer
mestic science depart- ,
that that town has not improved ago, the city and county author
meeting on Wednesday evening at
*, 7 01 - - ,
about your eves and glasses.
much, morally, since the days ities made no effort to discover ment cost $ 7 3 1 . for 110 pupils,
8 p. m. All are welcomed.
You can always get brick ice
when Calamity Jane played poker the perpetrators. The paper was or $10.45 per pupil. The average
J. N. W o o d , Pastor.
cream at Shearer’s.
with men and other women in wrecked because it supported the cost p .r high school subject is
J. D. Mickel and Mrs. Bessie
broad daylight, in full view of cause of some miners who had $12 80
In Justice Court for Forest Grove
The teachers in bo'h thp grade
those who passed along Dead- been locked out for membership
Justice o f the Peace and Constable
high schools average a greater r_'a? . a*i ^ °HlarwJ Sunday by Rev.
wood’s public streets. The town
District. Washington County, Oregon.
J. M. Barber of this city. Mr W. F. Hartrampf, Plaintiff I
is, apparently, almost as tough as panies owned the police power of number of pupils each than the
Mickel is state dairy and food
when a drunken tin-horn slipped city and county and it is possible average in other schools of the
K. D. Rounds, Defendant j
up behind “ Wild Bill” Hickok that the gamblers have enough valley,
To E. D. Rounds, Defendant:
After the reports had been read time a resident of this city.
IN TH E N A M E O F TH E STATE OF
and shot him through the back. influence to keep much of an in-
Mr. and Mrs. Luckett and two OREGON. You are hereby required to
On the night of Sunday, June vestigation being made in the case and ordered placed on file, Chair-
appear before the undersigned, W. J.
man Hughes appointed Miss Min- children of Grants Pass, who have R. Reach, a Justice o f the Peace in
11th, this year of our Lord, cer of the Daily Telegram.
and for the District, County and State
tain persons broke into the office
But this latest outrage should nie Myers, Dr. Hines and C. A. been visiting a t t h e Mallory aforesaid and answer the complaint o f
of the Deadwood Daily Telegram bring all the decent people of Littler tellers, to conduct the home, returned by auto to Grants plaintiff on or before six weeks from
after the date o f the first publica
and, with an ax and sledge ham Deadwood and vicinity to the election of a new director and Pass Monday. Miss Gladys Mal and
tion o f this summons; the date o f the
mer, broke up a costly type-set moral and financial support of clerk. J. A. Parker, John Ireland lory accompanied them and ex first publication o f this summons being
May 25, 1916.
and S. G. Hughes were nominated pects to spend the summer there.
ting machine and a printing press, the Deadwood Telegram.
If you fail to answer or appear, for
as well as upsetting the type cases
And it might pay the preach for director, but Mr. Hughes de-1 Rev. Spaulding preached a very want thereof the plaintiff will take
and considerable type that had ers to join hands with Senn, for dined. C. 0 . Roe stated that interesting sermon at the M. E. judgment against you for the sum o f
$106.70, together with interest thereon
been set for the next day’s paper. if the newspapers can be destroyed Mr. Ireland had told him he church last Sunday morning, the from May 3d, 1916. at the rate » ( 8
And why all this lawlessness ? I for fighting the devil and his imps, would not be a candidate. When day being observed as "Old Folks’ per cent to date and for $25.00 attor
ney fees on his first cause o f action,
It appears that the editor of the what is to prevent them burning the ballots were counted, Mr. Day.” In place of the regular and judgment against you in the sum
Parker had 54 votes, Mr. Ireland choir, were a dozen gentlemen o f $18.(X) and interest thereon at 6 per
Deadwood Daily Telegram ha« the churches ?
cent from October 1st, 1915, to date,
11 and Mr. Hughes 5. The chair- and ladies who were well past on his second cause o f action; and
for several years been trying to
Vercie Bellinger, John Ireland, man declared Mr. Parker elected fifty and the old-time hymns were judgment against you for the sum o f
get the city authorities to drive
$8.5.3 on his third cause o f action, anil
out the gamblers and dissolute Leon Logan, former students of and called for nominations for sung in the good old way. Rev. for his costs and disbursements in this
Dunlap hud intended to preach action.
women who flaunt their shame in P. U., and Ralph Emerson and clerk. The name of Earle 0 . the sermon, hut was taken ill Sat
This summons is served upon you by
the faces of the decent people of Robert Enschede left Monday Buxton being the only one offered, urday and called on Rev. Spauld publication
by order o f W .J. R. Beach,
the community. Yes, there are evening for Seattle, where they a motion was made and carried ing. Dr H. J. Talbott, president h Justice o f the Peace in and for For
Grove Justice o f the Peace and
some decent people in Deadwood, take a boat for Ketchikan, Alaska, that he be declared elected and of Kimball College of Theology, est
Constable District, Washington County
Oregon, which order was made and
for the town has three or four to work in a salmon cannery. the voters made it unanimous.
rendered at Forest Grove, Oregon, the
churches, but it appears they are
Chairman Hughes calk'd atten-
24th day o f May, 1916, and which said
so split up on party and religious ing, but receiving the call to join tisn to a charge of $474 for inter
Go to McFarlane Bros, for order prescribes the publication o f thia
summons for six weeks from »n.l after
lines that they will not unite and his company of t h e National est on warrants and explained your silo staves, 2x6x32, all ready the date o f the lirst publication thereof.
vote in an administration that Guard in Portland on Monday that this was the cost of turning to put up, at 60c each.
W. J. It. I l j i m .
'Justice o f the Peace.
will abolish the things the Tele morning, he had to abandon the down the levy asked by the di
M c F arlane B ros .,
J. N. Hoffman, Attorney for plaintiff.
gram is fighting. Some of the trip to Alaska.
rectors in November. They had
(S rm iP S x u r r H H The School Election
Published every Wednesday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
Was Quiet Affair
W. C. Benfer, Editor and Publisher.
W. C. T. U. COLUMN