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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1906)
alter lunch a prophecy was given by
Mx. Meisner was doing business in Mr. Hugh Sparks, a very scholarly
piece of work, which was enjoyed by
the Grove Monday.
all present. After a short musical time,
Mr. and Mrs. Armentraut spent Sat
the fire having died down to embers,
urday with J. H. Wescott.
and the cock having crowed, the soon
Mr. and Mrs. Almoran Hill attended
to be alumni members, and the Seniors
the reunion of the pioneers.
! of 1907, took their way over a little — — —
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Mrs. Gertie Marsh-Hall was visiting
past the graveyard and home.
the Misses Hibbs Tuesday.
— Have you weakness of;
T H E C O FFEE PLANT.
[ any kin
Miss Baker is graceful and possesses a
Mrs. G. W. Peebles and daughter are
stomach, back, or any organs' of
N a t iv e Of A b y n n lu la
T h at W aa
visiting relatives for a few days.
body? Don’t dope yourself with
T r a n s p o r te d to A r a b ia .
“ Commencement” was the subject
Mr. H. H. Wahl and son were in People Praise Work of Conservatory.
Tlie origin of coffee is lost in the nary medicine.
of Miss Martha Holmes’ selection.
mists of untiquity, but the plant is be- Mountain Tea is the supreme
the Grove on business last week.
Bv H. w . SPARKS
The two large audiences that gather It is a beautiful story of how a little
Ueved to be a native of Abyssinia and
35 cents, Tea or Tabi-1
Mrs. Orin Satterlee of Portland,
‘o have been carried thence Into Arabia power.
ed Friday and Saturday evening in girl saved her brother from almost utter
jarly in the fifteenth century, whence Dr. Hines’ Drug Store,
visiting her daughter and will remain Brighton Chapel to hear the commen
failure in his commencement oration
the Meccan pilgrims soon curried it to
Many a little hand will get a rest all parts of the Mohammedan world.
cem ent recitals, went home more than and which finally ended in triumph.
Notice for Publication
The same teachers were elected for pleased, and praising students and
A bureau of commerce and labor pub
Miss Nora Emmel was the last now that Pacific is out. (Ask Eve.)
lication notes that Burton In his "Auat-
United State« Land Ofllce, Portland, 0 n ^
the next terra, Mr. Thomas, principal instructors of the conservatory for their speaker with the highly emotional
Eve has been out on a furlough this >my of Melancholy" (1021) makes this
and Miss Allen assistant.
April 2J, |
That the people theme, “ The Confessional.” Miss week, holding hands and incidentally reference to It: "Turks have a diink
Notice il hereby given that In compll»*
railed coffee, so named from u berry proviaiops ot the act of Cong, cm 0(
The young people gave a party in applauded liberally and to the echo Emmel met with hearty applause.
graduating from the college.
black as soot and as bitter, which they
"An act for the aale of timber lank' 1
honor of Miss Allen Tuesday night. speaks for the sterling quality of both
Rev. E. L. House gave a five j “ Its all off, kid.” “ What, yer sister’s lip up hot, because they find by experi entitled
State» of California, Oregon, Nevada, aag w
A pleassnt evening was spent in performances.
minute address before the decision of engagement?” “ Naw, you lobster, ence that that kind of drink so used Territory," aa extended to all the Public Laad ! .
belpeth digestion and promoteth aluc- act of Auguat 4, 1892, Albert u . l « ,, J®“
Friday evening there were twelve the judges.
In which he brought Mayor Peterson s mustache.”
Branch, county of Lapeer, State of Mlchtgij J j
Wm. Schofield who was recently numbers on the program. Miss Ellen out the idea that brain is given to man
remarked the other A lthough b ro u g h t to Venice by a p h y day filed in thla office his tworn statement N0 J
elected State Senator of Washington, a Brobst in Shelley’s “ My Bairne” im- by God, and out of it mind is to be day that he had a suit on this week — sician in 15111, it w a s o nly in 1052 that for the purchase of the NWVi of Section No .5
Township No. 2 North, Range No. 6 Wut ,
O U H euuuao w u s e s ta b lish
, e d otter proof to show that the land sought u mo„
brother of Mrs. F. J. Ward, was visit-1 mediately won the hearts of her audi made bv the scholar.
well wouldn’t it make you giggle if he me
In London, and it only became fashion- fot ,u timber or ltone ,,an f0[
ence. Kate Shannon sang two selec
The gold medals were awarded to
ing here several days.
able In Paris in 10(59, says the sam e | and to establish hts claim to «aid land
authority. England gradually forsook Register
- at Portland 0, J
Receiver of this
The Christian Adventists are holding tions, “ Violets” and “ Without T hee,” Mr. Allen and Miss Emmel and all the
A local girl took hold of a live wire coffee for tea, but the progress of the ' on Monday, the 23rd day of July, 1906.
a camp meeting in Mr. Wahl’s grove in which she revealed her sweet and speakers were showered with congratu the other day. “ Oh,” she screamed, beverage, i hough slower, wus steadier j He names an wltncMes: Archie Greeaman of J
lations and roses.
land, Oregon: F. C. Whitten of Portland, OngJ)
near here, Dr. Eaton being the main
“ that is the most shocking thing I In France.
Wheeler of Portland, Oregon; U. S
The graduates: Alton Covell Allen,
Until 1(19(5, when the Dutch began to A.
Good attendance and good will make a second Kubelik if he
Coral March Baker, Selena Belle Brock,
music have been the record so far.
Any and all persons claiming adversely '.h,.
Victor Emmel, a ‘‘Made in Oregon” from the Malibar (India) bean, all cof described lands are requested to file theti claims ¡ 1 1 !
Beriot was well executed. Miss Ethel Gordon George Brown, Mary Elizabeth
fee came from Arabia. The coffee cul
Moseley sang beautifully “ Rejoice Emmel, Nora Christina Emmel, Hask boy is studying the failure of the lobster ture of the W est Indies and Central office on or before said 23rd day of July, tgo,
A L G E R N O N S. DRESSER. Seg.r
ell Ela Ferrin, Ruth Helen Fitch, crop in Rhode Island. Its a cinch and South America had its beginnings,
Before a large and appreciative Greatly” from Messiah by Handel.
(First Pub May J.)
Miss Helen Stott and Frances Martha May Hartley, Jonathan Urban that the lobster crop in the beaver
audience the closing exercises of the
the botanic gardens at Paris, which
Clapp’s piano solos called forth hearty Hiltz, Jessie Mary Hoge, Martha state will never fail.
had obtained a vigorous growth from a
school took place Friday night.
Notice for Publication.
Look out children, the council has cutting said to have been stolen from
Others doing good work Fridrika Holmes, Albert Allen Kirk
United States Land Office, Portland, Orepm.
The gentle showers of the day had applause.
the botanic gardens at Amsterdam. All
no terrors for the school patrons and were: Misses Daisy Abernethy, Anna wood, Alexander Robinson, Reginald passed a fire cracker spanking act. the plantations of the old anil new
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with i
world are practically derived from the provisions of the act of Congress of JuBe j. mi
friends and when the curtain was drawn
Rev. C. F. Clapp, Mr. B. W. Barnes popplets or town papa Starrett is liable specimens taken from Arabia, first to entitled “ An act for the sale of timber Undi;B
for the opening number, standing room Walker, Gladdys Hartley, Pearl Chand
States of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washin»
India, thence to Java and elsewhere.
and Mrs. Arthur W. Johnson acted as to shingle you, for he is a carpenter.
was at a premium. Those who came ler and Wilma Waggener.
Territory,” as extended to ail the Public Land Stra
act of August 4, 1892, Lawrence H. Cor at, Jr, of p«
The recital Saturday was even better judges. Miss Jessie Hoge was award
One of the college students is goirg
anticipating something “ worth while”
A N T IQ U E S E V R E S .
land, county of Multnomah, State of Oregon, hai£
were not disappointed for the excellent
day filed in this office his sworn statement No.«
i for the purchase of the Lots 1, 2, and 3 and SWH of,
Not for Uncle Sam dear reader, but his
programme rendered showed careful “ Two Grenadiers.” This is a power ship.
u i n e b y It» G ild in g ;,
| >4 of Section No. 2 in Township No. 2, Range No. 6.
preparation and reflected much credit
False Sevres in the bric-a-brac shops ; and w ill offer proof to show that the land sought iso
I i i
B A C C A LA U R EA T E S E R V IC E S
of it was dramatic and inspiring.
is offered as genuine by “reputable valuable for its timber or stone than for agriculn
will work in the office.
H| on those participating.
dealers” In Loudon and Paris as well purposes, and to establish his claim to said land bef
Mr. Charles Walker, Misses Hartley,
Mr. Scott summed up the senti
It appears that the flies and as In New York. It Is old, It is true, the Register and Receiver of this office at Portia
ments of the audience and patrons in Shannon, Lieser, Moseley and Sewell,
mosquitos that hover about the Johnson but only as old as the “restoration” in ! Oregon, on Wednesday, the Sth day of September, 1 ?
I He names as witnesses: Julius C. Burke of Portia
a neat speech expressing the desire all appeared to good effect in piano
store are aristocratic to the extreme. France, although the marks would Indi Oregon; Edward Burke of Portland, Oregon; Olivet
cate a much earlier and better period. - Stafford of Portland, Oregon; James Miller of Portia
that the same administration might
Sunday morning the Congregational Arthur Wood would keep them out The counterfeits may usually be de
the audience with a violin solo,
for another year.
Church was crowded to the doors to but they fly so high that he had to put tected by the surface of the gilding.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the abov>|
In the real It was burnished In lines described lands are requested to file their claim* in
The room was tastefully decorated
hear the beautiful and impressive Bac a screen over the transom.
by means of metal nails with rounded office on or before said Sth day of September, 1906.
with evergreens and flowers, and lighted both on the violin and piano and the calaureate services of Pacific University.
Carl Christian shaved a man the points, which were set In a piece of
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Register.
(First Pub. June 14)
by Japanese lanterns suspended from
President Ferrin delivered the address other day and charged him thirty centr. wood.
merited. “ 0 , That We Two Were and preached a scholarly sermon. The
The imitations of later date than the
The fellow got hot and said, “ I thought
real have been burnished In a similar
At the close of the programme, a Maying,” a charming piece of work by burden of his discourse was:
Notice for Publication
The you only charged fifteen cents.” “ I manner, but with an agate. It re
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregcn.
huge freezer of “ Hazelwood’s Best”
things of greatest consequence in ones do.” retorted the young tonsorial artist. quired considerably more force to ob
May 7 th, 1906.
tain a bright surface by tlie ancient
was brought in and served to those Miss Hartley. This was one of the life are obtained through effort; the “ but you are a two faced man.”
strongest numbers on the program;
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the I
method than by the use of the agate
carnal should be made subordinate to
If boose interferes with business, point; hence the burnished lines lu the provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, a, |
All too soon did the evening pass Miss Hartley’s sweet expressive voice the spiritual. H e said in part: “ There
out the business said Shapespeare, genuine ware ¡ire perceptibly sunken, Itl,Ied An ac< t o < (he aa|e of timber lands in the sum
Willie In the counterfeit ware they art- of Caltfotnla. Oregon, Navada, and WarhinflonTu.
I and when the last dish of ice cream blends beautifully with his rich power are some things which come to us
j but the business men of Forest Grove flush with the general surface of the : 'IT '"
„ of Portland, County of
.j and the last piece of cake had been
without effort and they are very necess
i of August 4, 1892, MacRae *h Vert
have cut out the liquid refreshments ending,
has this day DM intkti
¿1 eaten the participants reluctantly filed
ary for our comfort and enjoyment. this week and put their money into a "spotting the Imitations, such as the office hi. sworn statement Na 6916,
for tbe puchw*
out, voting this the great event of the
Our inheritance contributes greatly to
inexact copying Of the marks which i the N. W. Vt of Section No. 34. In Township N 0 . 1 .L
and delighted the music lovers as she
our welfare, but by far the greater horses can “ break the news to mother.” have served since 1T53 to denote tllO ‘ Range No. S W. and Witt offer proof to show that the
date of fabrication, and the use of ! land sought Is more valuable for Its timber or «ow
This event fittingly marked the close always does. The last number on the things in life come as a reward for our
chrome green, which was not discov- i than ,or ¡¡Rficutturai purposes, and to esabiiih u
of a prosperous school year under the program was an Overture played on effort, work, and sacrifice.
ered until 1802, but the test of the claim ,0 Mid land be,ore •»*«(*»«a“d
land, Oregon, on Friday, the 27th day of July, 19V
leadership of Frank Fletcher of Forest three pianos by Misses Clapp, Hartley, brings outward blessings, health, wealth been received within the last few days. burnished parts of the gilding is the He names as witnesses: George Bigelow of Portland, I
Here is a sample:
easiest for the ordinary buyer.—New Oregon; Edward Jasper o f Portland, Oregon; Hfnry
Lieser, Moseley, Sewell and Thomas.
and pleasure; but it brings more, it
Jasper of Portland, Oregon; A1 Davis of Gaston,Oregos. 1
The school now ranks with the best
brings virtue and character. Wealth
' Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
ACADEMY E X E R C IS E S
V IT IT
1 described lands are requested to file their claim* in this j
in the county and it is hoped that the
is what we have; character, what we are. |
V. IL. Emm el, 03, J Office on or before said 27th day of July, 1906.
The maiden dons her open work
high standard of school work set for
We should subordinate cardinal pleas
will be glad to learn of his recent I
ALGERNON S DRESSER. Regtater.
the past two years, will not be lowered. Mr. Allen and M iss Enimel Victors. ures -things of a lesser good-to the soul, j
(First Pub. May 10)
successes at Brown University.
What's In a Name.
Health, wealth and pleasure are good
has become such an expert in his line
' M i : Address Before Literary Societies
Year Class of Tualatin Academy, which not In themselves, but just so far a s ; What’s in a name?” —well every- that the State of Rhode Island has AS K T H E AGENT FOR
The address before the literary occurred yesterday afternoon in the they develop the inner life. Seek first
engaged him to do investigation worlt
SSirocieties last night was well attended
won’t a good name do
college auditorium, was a departure
■Uj i although not so well as the other cora- from former years and proved to be a be added unto you.”
Suppose your name was Mr. Hug,
* tJ ' | knencement exercises have been.
And "Mr. Hug!” said Sue.
Notice for Publication.
Prof. Herdman's address was in the
your name was Henery,
United States Land Office. Portland, Oregon.
The tiresome and lengthy essay
June 8th, 1906.
!» lature of an essay on the the subject performance was done away with and Host,” and at the conclusion Miss
And they called you Chicken Park; Notice is hereby given that in compliance
' ’Cromwell on the Puritan.”
June 3 , 1973 ,
six intensely dramatic declamations
antill—A ** X
entitled "An act for the sale of timber lands In the
showed a thorough knowledge of his
They called you Mr. Dark.
spoken by six enthusiastic speakers Henslow Dana's “ Salve Regina.”
States of California, Oregon. Nevada and Washington
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iubject and a deep interest in it, he
Sunday evening, Rev. Richard K. j I know a girl named Mary Green,
Territory,” as extended to all the Public Land States by j
! with beautiful music interspersed made
~ok the ground that writers such as up the program.
Ham spoke to the Associations upon
She had a beau named White,
clnTyorMtT n l ir ; OW,lr i T ’"’'
Po" land’ T° SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, MINI®
of Mul.nomah, State of Oregon, has this day A p m TC TATTT TT-T-LT l-T IT rA
ume, Clarendon and Scott have de-
The preacher changed her color— County
filed in this office her sworn statement No. 6958 for the
APOLIS, DU LU TH , CHICAUUt
Mr. Allen was the successful boy “ The Ideal Life.” The ideal life is
Now wasn’t that a fright.
eciated and misjudged Cromwell and
purchase of the NWV, of Sect,on No. 25, in Township
contestant and Miss Emmel the fortu one of faith, hope and love. The
No. 2 North. Range No 7 West, aod will offer proof to A N D A L L P O I N T S E A S T A N D SOUTH’
[h e early Puritans. H e showed Crom-
nate lady. The first number on the sweet devotional music added very
•how that the land sought Is more valuable for Its !
An awful hard name too;
I /ell to be a patriot and a hero, and not
timber or stone than for agricultural purpoaes. and to
program was a piano solo by Miss much to the impressiveness of the
But suppose your name was Mr. Hug
fanatical zealot. H e justified Crom-
And “ Mr. H ug” said Sue.
Frances Clapp. Then Chairman Bates
Monday, the 27th day of August, 1906.
|Vell because the times demanded just
upon Gordon Brow7for 7he~fim
She names a, witnesses: A. O. Letter of Portland
The Flyer: The Fast Mail
fach . course of action as he took.
| decltm „ ioili - De Bes He Knowed.”
iTrv Goldenrod flo u r
juniors Entertain Seniors -•
1 Tb*5 is a dramatic piece and was weU
handled by Mr. Brown, His earnest-
ness and easy manner on the stage
Perhaps one of the most unique and won for him a warm place in the
rijoyable features of this commence- hearts of the audience.
| lent Ume, was the mid-night picnic
Mr. Albert Kirkwood followed with
iven the Seniors by the Juniors on * A Scene at Niagara.” Mr. Kirkwood's
H lo n d a y night and Tuesday morning. i straightforward delivery
H |h e walk to the chosen place was not 1 accent will mean much to
: ||t e least enjoyable feature of the time ! in future oratorical efforts.
■ pent. Starting from the west steps of j came Alton C. Allen of "T he American
■ jb rs h Hall, guided by a lantern j Eagle” fame with the pathetic and
ried by Mr. Howard Markel and | tragic scene “ The Death of Uncle
is Pearl Chandler, a most round Tom.” This touching picture never
it way was taken through bogs and fails to move the American heart and
creeks. All of this was most when Mr. Allen had finished he was
Finally they arrived at applauded to the echo.
rer*s Lane, where they found wood
Before the next declamation Miss
and piled ready to make into a Kathryne Shannon sang “ I Know a
seats had been built; also a Lane,” with violin obligato bv Mr.
>le; sofa pillows were in evidence, Charles Walker.
The first speaker of the girls was
te began to busy himself toast-
H er subject was
bread, popping corn, and making Miss Coral Baker.
Ic. During that pleasant hour. Lasca” and her delivery was excellent.
Oregon, C. E. Shepherd of Portland, Oregon; W. H.
Petrie of Portland. Oregon;
Ingalls of Portland,
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ALGEi NON S. DRESSER,
(First Pub June 14)
T O U R IS T
Notice for Publication.
EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
« D C H IC A G O
m p l o y e s
Daylight t r i p t h r o u g h t the
Cascade and Rocky M o u n ta in s.
0< ,lmb” ‘and*
ofXalifornta, Oregon. Nevada, and W aahio*oo Terri
<ory. » eat ended » ,11 the Public Land State, bp act
! • « . Joseph W. Peart. of
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.. Sear ;■
Wash., Cor. 2nd Ave. and Columb#-“
We Give Expedited Service M
fanI* ‘ W* ' ,nd wi" 0," r »"** W
* • Uad songht is more valuable for Its timber
t,u” ,0T africultural purposes, and to establish
scaim to mm tand before the Register and Receiver
Oregon, on Wednesday, the 15th day of
Augnar, 1906 .
He names » w,to, » es: R . O. Staples, W. Ingalls.
W. L. Snyder and H. G. Schmidt, all of Pert land.
Any and all person I claiming ndvemety the above-
described lands •re requested to file their claims in thla
• THE CONFORTABLE WAT”
L im it o o f t h e f it m o u A O r i e n t i li
I . Im it a s ti
F»a detailed Information, rates, etc., call on oe add rem
M. D i c r r s o x , e . r
May 31, 1906.
her' by *iv' n ,ha< ¡n compliance with the
p m ^ atoenofth eactof Congre» of June 3. 1178. en-
'h i. toy
pureté» J T ” hl* T m m ',a ,' n,ra' N®- »»SI. far the
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E Q U IP M E N T ,
For tickets, rates, folders and W*
information, call on or address
H . DICKSON.
City Ticket Agent, 122 Third St,
S P I E N n in
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above- '
described lands are reqnestcd to file their claims in this
office on or before said 27th day of Auguat, 1906.
BEGINNING FEB. 15. 1906
Overland Trains Daily 2
T u r n St.. P u - t U n d .
Route your shipments via
Full in fo rm a tio n from
General Agent; Portland Oregon
• a c e on O, before u td 15th day of August. I,___
ALGRRNON S. DRESSER, Regtater.
t r i m rob.m ain» June 7th)
Goldenrod Flour now 95 c*>®