The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, January 11, 1917, Image 6

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    Silje Jffnrrat (iirmie lExjurpaa
Published every Thursday at Forest Grove. Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Editor and Publisher.
Entered as second-class m atter Jan. 12. 1916, at the poatofflce at Forest Grove.
Oregon, under the Act of March 3, 1879
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3 S N STAMPS 61VÊN
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SUITS
OVERCOATS
R A IN C O A T S
STRONG
VALUES
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THURSDAY. JA N . 11 1917
N O T E S
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C O M M E N T S
PO RTLAND, OREGON
Forest Grove is spending in the Public life and the introduction of
Double S. & II. Stamps Given
w,,h"‘
r. o r.«,, m i - it
neighborhood of $3 500 a year for genuine economic progress. We
wood to generate power in her do not apprehend that anybody
that city have decided to take
Notice of Removal
light and power plant, with plenty would shed tears over this unless
over the Everfresh cannery in
of good water power going to
were a few bosses who might
Hillsboro and enlarge it to double to the Anderson Building and we
waste within 100 feet of the pow- lament the lost opportunity to fill
A citizens’ mass meeting at the tbe c*Pacdy • I hey expect to extend u cordial invitation to our
er plant. Can this waste power their pockets at the farmers ex- Hillsboro Commercial Club rooms be ah,e to hand,e ltH) u m ‘" of old friends and patrons, as wel
be harnessed and made to work, pense. - Oregon Journal,
I a s i F r i d a y evening adopt- loganberries, red raspberries ami as the new, to come and see us.
or would the cost be greater than [N OREGON FOR OREGON
ed a resolution, addressed to »‘rawberries, as well as a consid- With our new location we are
the saving?
Five hundred and thirty-one the Southern Pacific, declaring ‘‘ruble line of vegetables,
much better fixed to serve you
7
. , 1 thousand, five hundred dollars of that the removal of the division
The senior class of P U. will thun before,
The Express is informed t h a t |t h e WorkmeI/ 3 Compensation terminal from Hillsboro to Brook- p r^ e n fL a d y Windermere's Fan”
JO B A. WII.ES,
the owner of an Oregon paper fund ¡3 invested in municipal and lyn was regarded as an unfriendly af Marsh Hall tomorrow (Friday)
WALTER ROSWURM.
mill recently stated that hed.dn
bunds ¡n Oregon,
act. A committee, headed by night, 8 o'clock. General admis-
Joe A. Wiles would like to
care if he didn t sell a pound of: u js more than ha]f a mi|lion
Mayor J M. Wall and including *i‘>n. 25o; reserved seats, 35c.
write your insurance. Will give
paper in Oregon, for he had a do,lars It draW8 for the com.
Edward Schulmerich, J. H. Gar-
Gordon G. Brown, federal hor- you service that will be to your
foreign market for a
e cou c
fund an interest of five
rett. Sam Weil, J. W. Connell and ticultural expert for the Hood advantage Upstairs in Ander-
make. And only a few short and six.tenths ^ cent.
62
years ago these paper-makers were;
Thus the Oregon Workmen’s W. G. Hare will present the res- River district, who is visiting his non block room 2
olutions to company officials.
parents Mr. u n d Mrs. Oscar ------------!---------1!__________
howling for a tariff to protect Compensation law is building
The meeting was largely at- Brown, in this city, Monday sent
Notice
them from the pauper papers of 3 ^ , house8 in the state. It is
tended, and retaliation was sug- to h is chief, at Washington. D .C ., j j n the County C ourt of the S tate of
Europe. How big some of our pavjng streets, building water-
gested.
It was declared t h a t his report of the year’s work. Oregon, for W ashington County.
manufacturers can talk when war works diggin)i
and render.
Hillsboro money a n d influence The report embraced all phases i n the m atter of the
N o t ic i ok
ties up their competitors.
jng otber usefuj service to Oregon figured largely in securing right of of his work and filled 155 type- laal Will and Teat
Hillsboro Citizens
Enter tl Protest
H ka kin u
on
amt-nt of Joacph W.
The action of the Carnation <*>Aes It is working in Oregon way for the Tillamook branch written pages.
F in a l R k k o k t .
Marah, deceased.
and. later, when the West Side
Milk Products company in pre f°r Oregon.
The Rejuvinated Dancing club Notice is hereby ^ n th »t M. ry M
senting its employes with a cash
191- the premiums out of line was electrified, the company met a t K. of P. hall Friday even- M*r»h, executrix of t h e e a u te of
bonus amounting to one-twelfth Oregon for insurance of Oregon received free right of way through in g for a “ moonlight” dance. J***«|»h W. Marah. deceased, having
of their wages during the p a st, workers against industrial acci- the center of the city.
The lights were covered with yel-
the (<>unty G m rt of W ashing
...
ton County, Oregon, her final account
year, stamps the officers of the dents t o t a l e d $683,141. The
The removal of the terminal ■ low paper and 1 near the ceding
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...
aa executrix of said estate,
ratal« , and the
company as just and humane em- casualty companies paid back in means several families of employ- was a * , large “moon, ' producing ^ a as
,
,
,
.
-
-
County Judge of W ashington County,
ployers. It is acts like this that Oregon lossses only $414 226. It es will be transferred to Portland, charming effect. Those present Oregon, having fixed the 16th day of
promote loyalty and contentment k'A
companies a balance fo> A company representative present immensely enjoyed the occasion January, A. I). 1917, a t the hour of
among employes An officer of commissions to agents, big sala explained that the move was nec and flve m.w COuples were taken *•"
A- M- **
l 'm e and the
«'ounty court room in f e Court House
the company informs the Express r'es f°r officials, and profits for essary because it was found that ;nto m o m lx -i-sh in
Tillomcw-,lr
into m t mtHrsnip.
a t Hillsboro, Oregon, aa the place for
that the only thing that keeps the stockholders totaling $J68,814.
The Hillsboro Argus stated la-t ImurtagGJ m H om t<> Haul final account,
the local plant from expanding
Gf
losses paid injured work- Hillsboro could not lie covered week that the Carnation Fowl therefore all persona interested in aaid
is a scarcity of milk. A record ers, about one-half went for at- within the 16-hour limit, and the Products com pany, owners of the
Mre r>ot' fted then and lh*r® 10
price of $2.05 per 100 puunds is jtorney fees and court costs. On run will now be from Wheeler to u u .
...
,
. a p p e ara n d ahow cause, if any tliey
now being paid for milk and not that basis, the casualty companies Portland. He said th a t the change L ln d in u ffTOOO in ^ th e T m n ro v ^ hav#- wh* “ id •ccount •h"u,d "®l
nnlv f^rrm r* rv
spending $ 75.000 in th e improve- he *<»ttle<! and Allowed and diatributlon
enough is offered to keep the a"d lawyers got over $475,000 of
ment of its
^
** a
' m“nt
,f“ plant in that city made of said estate, and the executrix
plant running to capacity. The
the $683.141 casualty premi-
Another resolution directed that The improvements include a new • discharged aa prayed for in said report
farmers around Hillsboro appear j ums sent out of Oregon in 1912, the secretary take up wjth the power plant and the addition of *nd P*1*1'00-
to be doing better than those in while the maimed workers and Railway Commission the question another “ pan.” The improve­ Dated thin 11th day of I>ccernber, A.
thisj territory, for the Hillsboro their widows and orphans got less of physical connection of t h e ments are expected to be com D., 191«.
MARY M. MARSH,
plant is being enlarged. Can we than $200, 000. It was a splen- Southern Pacific and O r e g o n pleted by Jan. 20th.
Kxecutrix of the e sta te o f
not find a way to help the Carna- d*d remunerative system for ev- Electric at Hillsboro,
Joseph W. Marsh, deceased.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hunt HOI,LIS A GRAHAM, Attorneys.
tion company increase its payroll,1 erybody but the workers,
NOTES AND PERSONALS and three children, residing near First pub. Dec. 14; last Jan . 11.
which would, in turn, increase the
^ be casualty premiums fo r
prosperity of this city.
1912 were $683,141, and for 1911,
Found—Halter. Call at this Redmond, Crook county, visit­
FINAL NOTIC E
ed w th Mrs. H unt’s uncle and
Notice is hereby given th a t the un-
$514,992. In the two years the office and recover property.
aunt, Mr. anil Mrs. C. L. perry, dersigned adm inistratrix of the e state
FARMERS AND IDEAS
total of premiums sent out of the
For Rent—Five rooms in hou>-e last Sunday. Mr. Hunt was a of F. H. Maury, deceased, has filed with
The routine college work at state was $1,198,133 and th e
just west of Laughlin Hotel. In- de|fgate to the irrigation Con- the ('ounty C ourt of W ashington coun-
Corvallis makes way at t h i s amount that came back in lo ses
quire at this office.
40
vention held in Portland la s t ^ ber ^ n#* re P°r t ' n *a '*l e state and
season for the farmers’ classes. Pa*d ^or
^w0
was $697,-
Mrs.
Harvey
Baldwin,
who
has
week He reports that times are th,t the JudK* ,,f "ai,i * ourt haa "et
February 19th, 1917, at 10 o ’clock a. m.
They have flocked in this year 1240. The sum retained by the been quite ill for some time, is on
v e r y goon in his section of the 0f naj(j day, for the hearing of any oh-
more numerously than ever be-
Dt‘* casua'ty
—7--- companies " was
71 $500,893.
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State and that those who can ir-; jectiona to said report. Therefore any
fore. As one passes them on the
^
ut
tbe
$1,198,133
sent out
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rigate are getting good returns person having objections thereto will
campus hurrying from lcc ure to of the statu in the two years, the
¡ “ r " ,r,-s for from their farms
sppear on or before said date and file
Dairy,
lecture, as one watches them jn amount received by workers arid Chls lh S t ^ v PrOD
the same.
L. B. MAURY,
47 tf
A dm inistratrix of the estate of
their seats listening, there is an their widows and orphans is esti-
n f o c J n f l / u - c i 4 Vtrt r> i A A A
'J lC
F. H. Maury, deceased.
exoression in their faces not read- rv»
mated
at less than $350,000. T The
J. Winbigler and family are
M anche I rene L angley ,
ily i ^ r e ^ d
Princely profits the casualty com- ™ ving to Portland, where Mr.
A ttorney.
52-5t
It means hunger for the new Pa nies were garnering were cut Wmbigl r will engage in business.
New gold and silver laces and
The members of the Washing-
learning that touches their busi-
by
Oregon Workmen’s
headings
at
Mr-.
Richards'.
Re
ton
County Teachers' association
ness everywhere. It means scien- Compensation law.
duced
prices
on
account
of
de-
will
hold a meeting in the Forest
tific and intellectual curiosity.1 The money they were gather-
51-tf
Grove High School building on
It means the joy of getting away
*n premiums sent out of the layed orders.
You’ll
lose
money
if
you
buy
Saturday of this week, with the
from routine into a new world.
state is now loaned in Oregon to
WHY DON'T YOU
P ut it means more than all I *cho°l districts and cities f o r men’s, women’s or children's following program:
CALL ON
that. Unless we misread t h e building school houses and other clothing without first going to 9 45 a- «"---Opening Exercises.
10.00 a. m .—Business Session.
farmers’ minds they are ponder- developing purposes. Except for Bailey's big January Clearance
. . .
j 10.30 a. m .—Spelling C ontest ; Superin-
ing upon fundamental problems. a smad expense for administering Sale ; 25 per cent off on clothing.
tendent B. W. Barnes.
They are not quite satisfied with the law, every cent of revenue for
During the absence of Dr. H. 10.40 a. m .-R ecess.
the tenacious way in which the ithe compensation fund goes to R . Kauffman from the city, Dr. W-60 H- m---Game». p la y g ro u p s and
ASK HIM ABOUT
guiding factors of the nation have injured workers or their widows E. j. Crowthers will look after 11.30 Schoo‘
room;
A‘
P‘
patton‘
PRICES ON
a. m .—D epartm ents.
clung to old piocesses and out- and orphans.
j)r Kauffman’s practice and will
High School - - A. P. Patton.
The termination of the flow of be
office from 2 to 5 p. m.
G ram m ar - - Elsie K. Lathrop.
worn ideals. Sociologists tell us
Prim ary
. . .
Jessie Greer.
that the collection of wage earners tbe stream °f K°ld that went *n daily.
50-tf
of thousands ot
of dollars j w and \ t rs r a Wrence P Rock­ 12.00 M.— Luncheon will be served in
into great bodies at manufactur- hundreds ot
the building b y #t h e Domestic
AND GET A HIGH CASH
ing centers automatically g e n e - out of Oregon for the e n r i c h m e n t , ^ returned Saturday ' from
Science Class of the F orest Grove
PRICE FOR YOUR
rates socialism in them.
of eastern casualty companies is their wedding tour through the
High School.
PRODUCE ?
The farmers are not likely to one reason why there is a pro- east and report a very enjoyable 1.00 p. m .— Special Musigal Program
given by the C onservatory of
become socialists. But we should Posal to make changes in the com- visit. They will make their home
Music of P. U,
Phone 4 1 x
not be . .. surprised
E l ™ ? lo " mutilate I t T
1 'J w t with Dr. and Mrs. Bishop.
r
. if these
. annual
,
sion.
h a !",8
t la
1.30 p. m .— Address, J . Sherm an Wal­
assemblies were to cut them loose Would be a crime against the
Pacific Ave. and Third St.
lace, McMinnville College.
Another of those entertaining
from senseless political affiliations workers of Oregon.—Oregon Jour- band dances, with entrancing mu­ 2.30 p. m. D epartm ents
and make them voters for th e ! nal
Supervised Study, J . A. Scofield,
sic by Walkers’ orchestra, at the
Eugene.
common good, instead of voters
Claude Bannister of Seattle, I. O. 0 . F. building next Satur­
N.H OFFM A N
Prim ary — Devicea, Mrs. C. E.
for the profit of party bosses. It who travels in the interest of his day night, Jan. 13. You are cor­
B arker.
Attorney At Law
may be that the growing intelli­ uncle's mining properties, visited dially invited.
3.30 p. m .-A djournm ent.
gence of the farmers portends the Mrs. Blanche Richards and fam-
The public is cordially invited Patent Office Business Solicited
The Hillsboro Independent says
expulsion of silly politics from our ¡|y Monday.
ForestGrove,
. «
Oregon
that 0 . J. Gillett & Son of near to attend these sessions.
, ,
'
Years
J
County Teachers
Meet Next Week
Say!
F. A. Moore
GROCERIES
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