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in great shape and will soon be
Minnie Campbell, of Monmouth, were
The bride is one of Polk county’ s most
have another butcher shop near the
W. H . Purdin left here Sunday for
W. H. Milne, of this
Portland, where he
W. B. Rasmussen, son of Mr. and
— J. T . Brooks does harness repairing! Mrs. James Rasmussen, has been cho
— A Slaughter of prices at
— For Visible Writing
A Salvation Army
W ILLIAM S-SM ITH
lectured wood Typewriter.
sen as P.
Ed. Phillips of Seattle, a cousin
their home near North Yamhill.
to San Francisco
The G eiger hom e
was the scene of
Simonides L odge No. 37, K.
installed their officers Tuesday
T h e parlor
Tavlor & Kelsey
R e v ?D . A. Watters,
3et off by foliage.
D. D ., of Portland, assisted by Rev.
L. F. Belknap, of this city, officiated
The News and the New York
at the cerem ony.
une Farmer one year for
The bride is the youngest daughter
Forest Grove where she was reared and
She is a graduate of the
Conservatory of M usic and has been
prominent in the
OLD PARTIES FAVORED
and is highly respected in
musical circles of
None But Republicans and Democrats
Can be Appointed Judges or
Clerks of Election
to an inquiry from Ira
W ade, Clerk of Lincoln County, At-
Rev. Brackenbury is an esteemed torney.Generai Crawford rendered an
member of the Oregon Conference and j
opinion this morning to the effect that
is the popular pastor of the Methodist
l none but Republicans and Democrats
Episcopal church in Dallas.
| can be appointed judges or clerks for
An elaborate luncheon of satisfying the primary or Keneral eIection in this
delicacies was served to the guests
immediately before the departure of I
Mr. Wade stated fhat if the precinct
the bridal party for their honeymoon
judges were to be chosen from the
trip. Mr. and Mrs. Brackenbury will
two parties casting the largest vote in
return the latter part of the week and
the state election, in some precincts
will then leave for Dallas, where they
in Lincoln County the Socialists cast
will be at home to their many friends.
more votes than the Democrats. The
Many will regret to see Mrs. Wells
Attorney-General says that the basis of
leave this city where she is so well choice for the judges is the vote cast
known and respected but all join in in the entire state, and not by counties
wishing her much happiness in her or precincts.
Make an early selection for a
S E R V IC E A B L E A N D
S T Y L IS H S U IT
leave soon for San Francisco, to visit
her son, George R. Hughes, who holds
a responsbile position
with a large
music concern of that city.
JOHN ANDERSON’S, The Tailor
is known to his friends here as
Mrs. Ernest Kroner, nee Edson, has
resigned her position as deputy col
lector of customs in the Internal Rev
Mr. and Mrs. John Price were agree
She was recently married
in this city and is a sister of Mrs. Rob ably and completely surprised by a
company of friends last evening. The
Mrs. Bradleyt Miss Bailey, low and wife, Andy Lampton and wife,
( ell, Miss Penfield, Miss Waggener and
C A T H E R IN E T H E G R E A T .
Miss Heidel make up a party that w ill.
attend the play at the Marquam, this j
M me Helena Modjeska and ^
W om an
Wian T h in
K in | ire »»
o t Hit* U u M K lu n a .
A recent writer says of Catherine th<
Great, empress of ltussia from tlif
Dr. Chas. Hines left yesterday after year 17U2 to 1700:
‘ She rose at 0 anil lit her own Are.
Miss Bertha Williams will entertain noon for a three weeks’ vacation tour
| Her table was Ideally simple. From
a number of friends this evening at her of California. The doctor goes to
the reproach of overeating and over
enjoy a needed rest and while the trip drinking she was free. Though she
S. Clark, a thoroughly reliable drug will be one in which pleasure will | could not sing a note, she and Prince
Paslikoff, who could sing no better, or
the predominate, it is Dr. Hines’ intention
gist, has accepted a position
I casi mully performed in a concert. A
, to visit the leading hospitals of San ! sudden burst of the most exalted and
Pioneer Drug Store.
I ridiculous discordant tones was the
H . H . Porter and L. Morley have Francisco, Los Angeles and other
| consequence, one seconding the other
given up the plans to open a skating
with scientific shrugs and all the sol
matters pertaining to his profession.
j emu. self complacent airs and grimaces
rink in this city.
A recent letter from Frank Meresse of musicians. From tills perhaps sin:
J. C. Clark, the reliable druggist, is
passed to a cat concert anil imitated
in attendance at H ines’ pharmacy dur who is attending the Pharmacy School the purring of a cat in the most droll
at Highland Park University, near Des and ludicrous manner, always taking
ing Dr. Hines’ absence.
Moines, Iowa, states that he had his care to add appropriate, half comic,
Frank Myers, the Portland traveling
half sentimental words, which she In
first experience with an Iowa blizzard vented for the occasion, or else, spitting
man, is making his occasional business
which lasted two days.
Street cars like a eat in a passion, with her back
round-up in this city.
suspended operation, and traffic was up, she suddenly boxed the first persou
in her way, making up her hand Into a
Messrs. Carstens and Hartley of
nearly at a standstill.
However, a paw and mewing outrageously.”
Banks, were in Forest Grove last week
heavy wind came up which dispelled
When playing whist one night Cather
looking after business interests.
ine could not get her page to answet
the snow storm.
tin* hell. “ After she had rung twice,
Miss Nona Miller has returned from
With a valuation of 810,660,455, again without effect, she left the roam,
a pleasant visit of two weeks with rela
the County Board made a tax levy of looking daggers, and did not reappear
tives and friends at Lebanon.
for a considerable time. The company
10.4 mills, which will yield a net
supposed that the unfortunate page
There are no smokers am ong the county revenue, aside from the special
was destined to Siberia or at least the
new councilm en but they will probably taxes, amounting to 8110,868.75, over; kno,,t- As !1 matter of fact, Catherine
on entering the antechamber found tlie
smoke up when the time com es.
82 2,00 0 less than last year’ s levy. page, like I'D betters, busy at whist.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Huston, of Hills This contradicts the complaint that
“ When the belt rang he happened to
boro, were in attendance at the Brack- went up last Spring when the Assessor have so interesting a ham! that ho
could not make up his mind to quit It.
enbury-Wells wedding, Tuesday.
raised valuations, that taxes would be Now, what (’ l l the omrress ilo? S’ v
George R. Sibley has returned from ! higher.
Last year the valuation was dispatched the page on her errand anil
several weeks’ stay in Los Angeles, to about 85 ,000 ,0 00 , and the county then quletlv sat do m toShold h's cards
until he should return."
her company appear in “ M acbeth.”
The replevin suit between J. H .
Streem, as plaintiff and Peter Dethlef,
raised 8133 ,0 12 for all expenses and
resume his work at the Condenser.
defendant, is to com e before Justice
The Basket Factory man has not Stephens of D illey, tomorrow. Attor
T H E AGRA DIAM OND.
The Forest Grove Transportation Co. the state tax.
showed up yet but we are looking for ney for plaintiff, W . H . Hollis and for has been granted right of way from the
The Polmatier Sisters’ Concert C o m -! Oil<l M a n n e r i n W h i c h It W a s S m u t -
defendant, J. N. Hoffman.
P l e i l O u t o f I m l iu.
depot to Pacific A ven ue by the County pany gave one of their beautiful enter
tainments here last night in the Pratt
W . M e ,V o m e r
of the Mogul empire in India.
Fred Bellinger, a son
Mrs. J. D.
F resh ¿nul Sail Meats
—Lar<l and l:
1-orvM t ( i r o v s ,
Hughes Phone 591
who was to build a line to
Hancock, Gordon & Elliott
to the many encores given them; they from the king of Delhi. Donegal! was
, - ,.
i at the time engaged ns secretary and
Tillam ook, j
Fashion Livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
W agonette to and from all trains. Special conveyances over
the Wilson River Route to Tillamook at any and all times
asks $4 0,00 0 subsidy from the
people rolled barley $25, bran 819.00.
of the city by the sea.
plete supply always on hand.
T h e new year was auspiciously ush
Is the Law Violated ?
Som e of our subscribers have called
Andy Allen, of Pendleton, by the
advent of a beautiful baby girl, Jan. ? . our attention to various sorts of gam
Forest Grove friends offer congratula bling practiced openly in this city.
tions to the happy parents.
Forest Grove, Oregon.
— Get your feed at Crescent
has com e out with a letter in which he U . S. ch op
ered in at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Special Attention to Commercial Travelers’ Patronage.
Good Service, Fair Treatment and Moderate Rates.
i 'RKGON AND COLUMBIA H id S t t
traveling in California for som e months are not only ladies, but they are artists,
and to miss hearing them is to miss a
past, is now located at Bina, Cal.
Rev. Mr. Hamilton of Hillsboro, is
J. W . S p a r l i n g , w . m ..
expected in the city next week to
Assinaboine L odge No. 7, A. F. &
take charge of the special m eetings to
be held at the Methodist church.
Portage LaPrairie, Man., Nov 13.
W m . Reid, the railroad
W e are informed that boys are en
Any game cf
Milton A. Miller of Lebanon, prom ticed to shake dice.
inent in the councils of the Oregon chance the law holds to be gambling.
was in attendance at a Let violators of the law take warning
State Central Committee meeting held before complaints are filed.
in Portland Monday, and came out on
the evening train to visit
R . C. Miller, of this city.
F L O U R « r id F E E D
forest drove. Ore.,
The Trolley Line.
L. S. Foster, of this city, who left
fo c i fie A ve.
C ond ucted by
J . W . D A R R O W . Chatham, N. Y,
som e time ago for an extended visit to
his old Minnesota home,
heard from and states that he took
seriously ill on Christmas day but is
some better at present.
Mr. Foster is
now at Mankato, his old home
The Forest Grove Transportation
Company has not incorporated as yet,
but E. W. Haines, one of the pro
moters, has been investigating m d
on the cons
of rails, ties and cars.
has stated that the approximate eo t
per mile would be close to 812,000
and that the line would extend a di -
tance of a mile and a half.
bnmlry lias done more for gecnrftj
agriculture and the tueu en
it their Just anil proper recog]
than any other single influence,
more than many other influen<m| i
billed. The grange Is now thirfy-ti
years old, and while in it, as la e
other human endeavor, some ml
have boon made, knowledge to
gained front past errors and u
are now less frequent. Durinji
years the grange lias bee mie strs
and more thoroughly solidified, i
numerous other fa-m e s’ organist
societies, leagues and association*_
come and gone. Most of them
founded on good intentions and i
ly a single and frequently an Im;
The grange is founded on prinri
as broad as human aspirations and
deep as is possible to human
touching the basic elements of m
existence and, therefore, is as ce
to endure as the government Itself
meets every possible requirement l
farmers’ organisation. The su.
nate grange limy become the cent.
a rural social, educational and i
atlve life in any local community.
Pomona or county grange in a
what broader field may and dues
cessfully grapple with financial,
mercial and co-operative pnWems.
that can lie done in a business w
an association of farmers may he
by the grange, and Its long exp
anil well disciplined leadership
guard it against many of the
trous mistakes of newer organize
The grange is the only farme
gnnlzntlou which is national
character, with a complete sysh
subordinate organizations real'll!
to the homes of the people. It U
pensive and yet it has accumul"
well nud safely invested reserve!
of a little less than $100,000.
stood the test for thirty-eight ye.
is officered by men and women
on thetr farms who have been
pllned In the school of frugali'
good citizenship. “ It lias exe
greatest influence in breaking i
Isolation of farm life, in mnking
life attractive to the boys and)
bringing sunshine and hnpplnc:
the farm home to such an eit
lias never before existed.”
T. C. A T K K
G O OD ROADS A T 0 2 0 0 AC
given by this company and the cheer Marquis of Donegall was in Agra in
ful manner in which they responded 18e7. when the diamond was taken
Brown Leghorn specim ens.
Prompt Delivery to all parts of the city.
I.ike many other diamonds, the Agra
diamond has had adventures. It gets
J. M. Garrison’ s poultry yards were opera house, under the auspices of the Its name from the fact that it was tak
represented at the Portland poultry Masonic fraternity, T o o much cannot en at the battle of Agra in l.*2:i by the
Emperor Baber, who was the founder
show, by ch oice Plymouth R ock and be M’d ' n fav° r of the entertainment
E . H a ll
T H E CHANCI
Independent Telephone Com - time was pleasantly spent in playing
within ten days will give its games.
John Taylor and Mrs. Arty Johnson.
i Mrs. Atwell, Mrs. Russell, Miss Hask- J
V. C .;
T . H . Muller, K . of R .;
Edward Knighten, the Carlton shoe
Thomas Talbot, M. of E .; A.
A. man, was in this city for an over Sun
ferns interspersed with white carnations. Phillips, M. of F ; D. J. Barrett, Pre
Promptly at the noon hour, to the late; Dr, Everest, I. G .; Ed. W olf, day visit.
Miss Ida Kerr, of Buxton, is visiting
sweet strains of Lohengrin’ s wedding O. G.
at the home of Mr s. Anna Byroads,
march, played by Mrs. L. F. Belknap,
stood under a lover’ s knot
city Saturday RobertsODi
was in this
doorways were festooned with ivy and
the bridal party entered the parlor and
Por SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS
EROM $ 1 4 to $ 4 5
Prana Corrtn>ondent A'cw York Siaf l
H ere’ s
patrons direct connection with North served. Those present were: Mr.
looking at you, a big, brimful cup of
i Yamhill. A switchboard will be oper and Mrs. Sam Moulton, N. B. Moulton, i
T H E G R A N G E A FIXTUR1
ated at Gaston thus saving the incon- M. Kelsey and family, A. L. Sexton ;
John McClaran, the Gales Creek i venience to send messages to Yamhill and family, Mrs. Anna Dixon, Thurston C o m m e n d e d b y t h e M u ste r of
W e s t V l r i c i n i u S t a t e I. ruin,.
Road Supervisor, was in the city I via Newberg.
; Buxton and daughter, Miss M. Miller,
i Sam Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H . Nauffts,
Xo well informed person wfflj
Miss Mary F. Farnham, Miss W ood,
Thomas H . Tongue, the Hillsboro , Miss Moseley, Miss Chandler, M rs.1 Mr- and Mrs- W ‘ K - Curtis> L Lud' that the Order of Patrons of I
Sturdevant, C. C .; John H . Cornelius,
— Charles Miller, the druggist,
buys direct from drug manufactur-
ers and is able to seU at extremely
T A I L O R - M A D E CLOTHING!
The successful candidates!
installed are as follows:
their contract on the Congregational
Charles Mertz, the de-
corator, has also finished his part of
beautifully decorated with
Oregon grape and English ivy.
who is well known in this place.
was united in marriage to the Rev. A.
is a nephew of “ U n cle” Dan
C. Brackenbury, of Dallas.
stayed over night with his cousin.
a very pretty wedding, Tuesday, when
A. A. Phillips of Cornelius, on his way
derson sells his oil coats at reduced
a couple of months.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams will make
at my Show Windows
Display of SAMPLES of
U .’ s representative in the
state inter-collegiate executive
A quiet home wedding was solemn- here Tuesday night in the M. E.
— M oney to loan on farm security.
ized at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. ! church to a large congregation.
W . H . H ollis, Forest Grove.
W e understand that a gentleman
Herbert Smith, yesterday afternoon.
Aaron W ells of Portland, spent
the Grove has recently m oved
The contracting parties were Charles
Sunday in this city visiting relatives.
D. Williams, of North Yamhill, and here and will soon start a second hand
Since the town has gone dry, Ander
Nettie E. Smith, of Scoggins Valley. store.
son sells his oil coats at reduced prices.
Only a few friends were present to
Mr. A . H . Muller, wife and family
Mr. and Mrs. E. Meresse have been
witness the cerem ony which was per of Tacom a, are visiting his brother,
in Oregon City this week on a business
formed by the Rev. L. F. Belknap, of Mr. T . H . Muller, who is engaged in
the M. E. church.
the jewelry business here.
Miss Stella Boscow, of Hillsboro,
Mr. Williams is a prominent hop-
D. L. Hoffman and wife of North
an over Sunday visit with friends
grower, living near North Yamhill. Dakota, who have been visiting Mr.
Miss Smith is a sister to Herbert Smith i Hoffman’ s mother, Mrs. Vickers for here.
— The town having gone dry, An
of this city. Both have many friends i the past week or so, will perhaps stay
who wish them much happiness.
— Goldenrod Flour, buy it, try it.
city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Milne will ployment.
See the Pioneer Drug store’ s ad
W m . Vickers and wife of Portland,
make their home in Forest Grove, for
are visiting relatives and friends this
the present at least.
week in our town.
— The great D rug Reduction Sale
opens today at Miller's Drug Store.
It is reported that Conelius will soon
popular girls and the groom is a son of
Mr. and Mrs.
— Dr. E. H .
Fred Milne, of this city, and Miss
— Goldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
Stratton’ s new house is looming up
Chiming of Bridal Bells
belonged to the sa
arnc regiment ns the
young officer who obtained possession
of the diamond.
It was resolved
among them to smuggle it home to
England rather than give it up nml to
share in the loot money. Tile question
arose bow were they to get it home.
Xo one seemed able to hit upon a
method that would be likely to meet
with success until tin* last evening pre-
i ions to the departure of the regiment.
During the course of dinner the y >un
gest subaltern suddenly Jumped up an 1
said: I have It. W e will conceal the
diamond in a horse ball and make the
horse swallow it.” This met with gen
oral approbation, n ball was secured,
the inside scooped out. the diamond In
serted, the end stopped up and the
borse made to siyailow it.
When the regiment reached the port
of embarkation the horse was taken
111 and had to lie shot. The diamond
nas taken from his stomach and
nought over to England. It was sub
sequent ly sold to the Duke of Bruns-
•vk k. anil since then It bus been recut
from a forty-six carat stone 1 1 thirty-
one and a half carats [n order to get
rid of the black spots In It. and It Is
the most perfect and brilliant diamond
of a rose pink eoior.
The O pportunity.
It was night.
They—he and she—were sitting on
the porch looking at the stars.
“tnu know, I suppose." he wills
pered. what a young man s privilege
is when be sees a shooting star?”
" X V «he answered. "I haven't the
slightest idea. There goes one!” _Chi
O b je c t L en n on In n tltu te d
O r a n t r e C o u n t y ( X . Y . ) G r ic
Wiilkill River grange. No.
Orange county, X*. Y.. discuss!
subject of good roads some tit
and ns a result of that discus«.
Maple Dale Good Roads club
ganlzed, composed of about five
farmers living ivcit of Middled
Orange county. The club luu|
tie* contract from the town of
1 1 Improve about four miles of
accordance with their ideas. Tq
authorities pay the Uooil It«
» per mile, and the balance!
tribufeil by tlie members ng
friends. They claim that f jr I
mile they can build about a ll
road (aside from the cutting off
as flic state is building at a I
83.000 to 84.000 per mile. 1
two miles already completed a»
for inspection and will soon
The aim of the club is “ to pi
object lesson of what can be i
tlie way of making a good rd
out the expenditure o f so mud
as is usoil In building state and;
The road being cci
has always been one of the
the country, it Is said, and the <
the Good Ronds club is nttrai,
good deal of favorable com
Incidentally It Is ann
ilcuce of what the grange may ^
ns-.st iu the solutiou o f the good-
S o n p.
“ Who goes there?"
•Bon." stammered the young at
his first two line part
“ Supe. snpe!” yelled the