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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1907)
Published every Thursday by The
Washington County Publishing Co.,
Entered at the post-office at Forest
Grove, Oregon, as second class
Subscription $1.50 Per
Advertising rates made know n on
Official Paper of City of Forest Grove
if only the people themselves city’s business shows a consider-
will act in a normal way. Crops able increase over last week’s,
are good and business condi- , The commercial men are travel-
tions are sound, and we should, ing and in return the stores are
put the money we have into cir- doing business.
culation at once to meet the
Today is a double holiday.
needs of our abounding pros
Just eat the “ leavings” for sup
per and you will have properly 1
“ There is no analogy at all
with the way things were in
On November 30, of
Who said Hood River ap-
last year, there was in the Preas- p]es are bgttgj. than ours?
A. E. N o itrse ................... manager u ry b u t $ 1 6 1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 in g o ld .
J. F. W oods .......................... editor on Nov. 14 of this year, there
a W EEK BUYS IT
This high class drop head sewing machine bought by us in
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i / . -»-»Äsr.
quantities, thus enabling us to sell them at a very low
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C .T 1
$60 machine for $25
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We will send this machine to your nearest railroad station
with freight prepaid for $3.G O and $ 2 . 0 0 in monthly in
stallments till Ü 25.G O is paid us.
Why send east or to Portland when you can buy at home
just as cheap.
was $904,000,000 gold. I en The Tammany tiger has more lives
Sole Agents for the White Sewing Machine in Washington County.
years ago the circulation per | than any other reline. — St. Louis Post-
capita was $23.23. It is now Dispatch.
No Caiiso For Panic.
$33.23. The steps that you Perhaps Messrs. Cortelyou and
Certainly the letter of Presi now take, the ability of the Morgan can save the Jamestown expo-
dent Roosevelt’s to Sec’y Cor Government to back them u p ,! sition. — Atlantic Constitution.
Elie I Ionic Festival
telyou should be a source of
............................ and that not a particle of risk is I
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BY MARY FR AN C ES F A R N H A M
confidence to the calamity howl- • , , ,
, , n
Considering that it has cost us
Latest styles in hats. Nice line of caps just arrived,
____( iU;. count
It involved therein, give the fullest gioo.000,000, the Panama canal is
all sizes and prices. Remodeling a specialty.
ers of this coun ry
1 guarantee of the sound condi-j not such a big hole in the ground.—
Thanksgiving, which is so typically
Misses Speishart «
tion of our people and the sound Baltimore Sun.
an American institution, was from the
I he White House, Washing-
Forest Grove, Or.
first especially the home gathering of
ton, D . C ., N o v . 17, 1907.
AmonK ‘he presidents othertrou-
that our people have to do now blesis the fact that there are more
“My dear Mr. Cortelyou: I
is to go ahead with their nor- j rough riders in Oklahoma than there to any festival associated with the old relative did not include me. It was
have considered your proposal. mal business in a normal fash- 1 are federal officers. — Omaha Bee.
world supremacy of church and state explained, that as the frozen roads;
Thanksgiving acquired a character all
I approve the issue of the fifty
ion, and the whole difficulty dis On his birthday King Edward got its own. In my cildhood I think would prevent using the large family
millions of Panama bonds which
appears; and this end will be a diamond about the size of a teacup. abundance was the most significant carriage, there was room for only j
Frederic, who was a pet of these cous
will be immediately available as *77" \
achieved, if each man will act The king is now qualified to take a impression. Like the most joyous ins. It was, however, represented t o '
the basis of additional currency
as he normally does act, and a s job as a bartender.—Philadelphia Pub- Hebrew festival, it was a feast of in me that nothing should be spared t o '
I also approve the issue of . l
rh e coun_ i i*c Ledger.
gathering when the barns were filled make the day a happy one for me and J
$100,000,000, or so much as ^ a l condit ons ot the coun-
with plenty and the “ liberal year
that the cook would serve the same
try s business fully warrarts his An Ann Arbor professor suggests
Are what you will
laughed out.” In cellar and storehouse
you may find necessary, of $50
now acting. Sincerely yours, that President Roosevelt be made were garnered all manner of store. dinner that would otherwise have been
3 per cent interest-bearing
king. Thus we discover that Chicago The good things served upon the provided for the family. This sense of
get in Drugs, Toi
Government notes, the pro
colleges have no monopoly of freaks. table were of an indigenous nature, i my own importance was so flattering
that I took at once a philosophical view
ceeds of the sale of which can
1 — Pittsburg Gazette-Times.
The American woods furnished both
let Articles, Sta
of the situation and magnified to Fred
bo at once deposited by you
The road meetin£ in VertS
eric the prospective pleasure of my
where the greatest need exists, hall Friday afternoon should be From the remarks handed out to
tionery and Kodak
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1907
The Paris Millinery Parlors
them by Mr. Taft, advising them to the “ savory goose” of the old English T^nksgiving.
»t t he
Christmas, and the cranberry that
efforts | become B°od losers’ the FiliPinos
drew near Frances Maria dressed me
---- 1 readily guess what the futuie has in added flavor. Whatever the accessor in my best winter gown, and in new
aiuiiM Liiiii nut! siinuin dp ain p n i
ies modern epicures demand, these
a onK * is line should be aided store for them. _ Washington Post.
hat and furs I set off to church alone. |
are of unchanging value. An
With all the importance of a girl of
Through his efforts this meet-
John w- Gates has lost 8-LOOO,- other essentially national contribution seven making the first solitay appear-1
to the old time festival is pumpkin pie.
will g meet
in rr™'rrn n 'm inE >S being Cal!:-] when a pro- 'JUO omns to 'he .lump in nock, hr Butternuts and shagbarks furnished the ance at church I walked up the aisle
to the conspicuous “ wing pew.” Dur-1
fashion the needs of A e s i.u a -
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Z I T who “ are willing best of dessert. All these products of
ing the long sermon I sat there with !
tion, and which I believe will tax assessment for the districts to bet a million apiece.—Chicago the farm indicate that the country was
the dignity of the sole representative
the best setting for Thanksgiving.
be passe i at an early date after
of a family that never failed the minis
In the New England household all ter. The text held my thought to the
Congress convenes two weeks
John Abernathy landed the Okla
activities for weeks and weeks had exclusion of any interpretation: “ Bet
homa marshalship without any trou
a forward look. House cleaning must ter is a dinner of herbs where love is.
ble. Mr. Abernathy is the gentle-
“ What is most needed now is
man who captured a live wolf with be finished that attic and cellar might than a stalled ox and hatred therewith.”
hat our citizens should realize
testify to good housekeeping; the win That the times were all out of joint I
low fundamentally sound busi- when the roads of this county his naked hands in the presence of ter clothing must also be in readiness, reasoned
if so good a man as “ Parson;
less conditions in tihs country j must be built of something ! Roosevelt, and such qualifications On the farm the harvesting of fruit and Hawes” could prefer at this joyous I
than dirt. cannot challenged.— Houston Post. vegetables, the housing farm imple
i.re and how absurd it is to per- more substantial
season such frugal fare. I mentally |
ments, making ready warm winter contrasted my enviable lot in having
nit themselves to get into a ^ome district or districts must I
it’s The smaller the man, the bigger the quarters for the stock, kept pace with something even better than stalled ox
•anic and create Stringency by | take the initiative Step and .lB|
indoor preparations. On Monday of served for my own special happiness.
^ done without! chip he carries on his shoulder,
oarding their savings instead n°* £»olnK
Thanksgiving week was called into
expense, But it must
Tender, Juicy, Steaks
f trusting perfectly
The next Thanksgiving I recall I
sound heavy expense.
Children never appreciate their par service even the youngest member of
anks. There is no particle of
the household. If at any time there
ents so long as life is a two-step.
Roasts and Stews,
children, and the long drive over the J
had been a prejudice that plum pud
isk involved in letting business Then why not the taxpayers of
There are many people in every ding savored too much of the English snowy road increased my appetite. \
Sausage and Bacon
ike its natural course and the these above named districts take
out to the town wbo ^ave " come down a peg.’ Christmas, that scruple had long be-
le people can help themselves the step? Come
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fore my time vanished, and it is doubt- !lCe.jha“ derchie' f° ^ d at the neck;
All kinds of Fresh
‘There are a very few women,” we
nd the country most by put-
i presided over the ample feast. When j
ful whether there was ever any canon
heard a man say today, ‘ that I suit.”
I wavered between turkey and chicken
ng into active circulation the
against mince pie. Stoning raisins for
she suggested that I might try both, j
loney they are hoarding.
When the financial stringency
When a milliner puts out a particu the pies that were baked by dozens
She had a comfortable belief that j
“ The banks and trust com- tightened up the money institu- larly young hat, all the old girls want was my special work, also chopping Thanksgiving dinner would never d o .
G r o c e r ie s
mince meat, which I always insisted was
anies are solvent. There is tions in the center of all busi- it.
violence to healthy digestion. After
reduced to the proper degree of fine
lore currency in the country to- ness, New York, the whole
A public speaker, in order to be ness long before the critical judgment dinner we had nuts and apples before 1
ay than there was a month country, cities and towns as come popular, must know when to of an experienced cook would allow the blazing fire in the best parlor and a
voung uncle told us stories of a far
to , when the supply was am- though in sympathy, responded quit,
me to leave the tiresome task. Again
country from which he had just re
and again the deep cavern of the brick
'e. Since then $55,000,000 to the condition. Forest Grove
Widows seem to shed tears with
turned. The grest West of my youth
\ gold has been imported and is feeling the relief, the people one eye and use the other to ‘‘look oven was filled with cakes and pud ful Geography lay in Ohio. Next to Good Eatables
dings and pies which made the whole
\e Government has deposited are no longer anxious concern-
Peter Lambert this strange uncle was
house fragrant with the spicy odor. It
the most traveled man I knew.
These ing their deposited coin; worried
It is always said, as a matter of
In later years the old home has Low Pricss
re facts and I appeal to the talk has given place to confi-
course, that the devil is a man. But ticipation were not more pleasant than
present day life, also, has
liblic to co-operate with us in dence and business which was who knows?
the great feast itself. The prodigal
Everybody knows that
the old time festival. I
preparations emphasized the sense of
rstoring normal business condi- j on the slump is returning to
we keep the best Meats
bns. T he Government will normal. The hotel registration
,0 have their h»ir thankfulness. Former retainers were
always remembered, and it was often d'!',len' ab‘t n l*'e Preliminary prepara-
•e that the people do not suiter which is an excellent index of a cut “°rt s0 thev won 1 have t0 com^
to t»e had, but this is to
and especially in the West and
South, where the crops have to
be moved. I have assurance
that the leaders of Congress are
W. F. SCHULTZ
it IB the morning.
Special attention is directed to our fall Dress Goods
W aists, Skirts and Wrapps. W e have the choicest
fabrics and highly tailored goods. We invite you
to call and see them.
W e can satisfy any man, boy or youth in Clothing.
O ur stock is complete besides the prices and per
fect fit are both guaranteed.
NELSON B. LA COURSE
F orest G rove
THE BIG ECONOMICAL STORE
my pleasure to carry a chicken or a pie
to these pensioners. The annual com-
ing of old Peter Lambert, an old Hes-
sian soldier, was looked forward to be-
cause he could make on our slates
graphic pictures of his thrilling adven-
tures. When with well filled bag he
would take his leave it was always with
the wish that “ Thankful-forgiveness"
would be a happy day in our home.
What has become of the old'fash-
ioned boy who stopped to spit when
ever he saw a caterpillar?
There never was a woman who
didn't occasionally pray for a change
in her husband’s disposition.
. . .
Open a door in summer and flies
I slip in; in winter, it’s cats. Always
It was within our expectations that
■ some reason for boys to keep the w; might have snow, and the long
i door closed.
drive to our grandmother’s house was
much merrier to the tune of the sleigh
S tate of O h io . C ity o f Toledo, L
l ucas C o u n ty .
bells. It was the custom of our family
F ra n k J. C h en ey m ak es o ath th a t h e is se n io r p a rtn e r
of th e firm of F . J. C h e n -y A C o., d o in g b u sin e ss in the to attend church in the morning and
C ity o f T oledo, C ounty a n d S tate a fo resaid , a n d th a t saW
the sermon g.ve
gave material for
firm w ill pay th e m m o f O N E H U N D R ED DO LLA RS
for e ach and ev ery c ise o f C a 'm h th a t c a nnot be cured sion while waiting for the dinner to be
by th e use of H a ll’s C a ta rrh C u re.
served. Thanksgiving was the minis-
f r a n k j. c h e n s v .
Sw< m to vf.-r, mt ai*i ,uh«<-nb-d m mr prrtwc, ter s opportunity to speak with bo un*
da, of Crcftnber, a . p. ISM.
certain voice on national issues and
a . w. gleason .
Notary PuMic. ! even local politics might come in for
catarrh cur* t,
tot-rn-. r. and «en di » , hare of comment. The first sermon
rectly on the bl »od tuJ irurous surfaces of the system.
send for tMtian-aiais ttrr.
I remember was soon after I went to
soMhy.„d,J.„J. “ v N,V,CO" T
Take Ha Tr Family P ill, for lonatipation.
,on:,‘ St t dies* raisins and the mince
mcat Kinder make quick work of the
making process. The oid brick
° ' fn bld g ,en P^ce to a range and
P‘es " ere no l°n8er baked by the
dcven' Christmas holidays have to
a ue-sree s-:2P‘anted the lhanks-
*1VinR Hmit t0 the schoQl term tha‘ ‘he
ne;rer generation cannot so easily join
in the family festival.
there is still a warm place in th e 1
hearts of our people for a day that is
more typically American than any
other holiday in our calendar. If the
spirit of thankfulness is perhaps over
looked too much in our modern life
when success seems to depend on sa-
ncitJt it j,
,he m0fe -
tilat * e c'i°g to our Thanksgiving fes-
aval, its observance is a recognition
year made new.
As sickens said of Christmas it shou d
be “ a kind
a good and a forgiving
l,i*e w ith my *uardian- At Thanks-
Hoffman Si Allen Co. will buy
giving a n invitation tO visit a distant your pears and apples.
remind you to give US
Saelens I Co.
List your property
“ OLD R E L IA B L E ”
Edward Seymour, Mgr.