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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1907)
COST OF GREAT FOOTBALL GAMES
shall have forgotton how the turkey
looked and tasted, our eyes will spark
Y ale-M .irv ard tia m e on N o v em b e r
le and our pulses quicken when we
BY LORETTA B. M U RPHY.
J \ , W i l l Probably Pul a Million
m a rth a h o lm es
D o l l a r s I n f o C ircu lation.
Real Estate and Corpo- OFFICE over
mention pumpkin pie.
Who can for
ation Law a Specialty. Hines' Store
By R » IMLAt, ’08.
get its mysterious charm or outlive
“ Our first Thanksgiving in Oregon
Pumpkin Pie! What magic in the
o r e s t G ro v e
his loyal allegiance to its memory?
was in 1 8 4 4 ,” said the old man. near Thanksgn ing, occur the greatest
name! What visions of cheer ar.d good
Three things we love, nor question
"M other had been here six mont! s j football games of the year. Thus the
fellowship do the words conjure to our
had bravely borne her share of the j great annual game between Yale and
minds! Truly no production of culi
Thanksgiving, home, and pumpkin
of frontier life,” said he, i ' Harvard occurs on the twenty third of
nary art is so distinctively American or
his pleasant faced wife, j ! November, while the games between
so delightfully appetizing.
A B a y ’ s T lia n k sq iv in < j.
“ Then we lived in the old log cabin
Pumpkin p''e represents an ambi
| West Point and Annapolis, Chicago
tion, the goal pf much thought and Tomorrow’ll be Thanksgiving, and down by the spring. On the little I and Carlisle, take place on Thanks
clearing in front of the cabin we had giving. Training is carried on through
things are upside down;
patient effort. It is in fact a master
Mother’s in the kitchen and father raised a few beans and potatoes and
piece and worthy of our affection.
the whole season with these games in
enough wheat to last through the win
gone to town
Imagine a broad field of tangling
(ESTA BLISH ED 1898.)
view, and no expense or trouble is
rich green vines, starred with count To get a few more raisins; guess moth ter.”
Forest Grove, Oregon
spared to get the teams in shape.
er thinks it fun
less golden blossoms.
It is truly a
We had planned all summer to have
Last year Harvard, in her game with A general banking business transacted
beautiful sight, and deserves a name For me to take those raisins and seed a great dinner Thanksgiving, and at Yale, spent $ 2 5 ,0 0 0 and the expense
Interest paid on time deposits.
them one by one.
more harmonious than its well known
two o’clock that day the grouse which | flf Ya,e jn , he same gim c lea ched lhe
There Is no way of making fluting
friends like "Making (¡nod;" and Doctor
Pierce’s medicines well exemplify tills,
and their friends, after more than two
decades of popularity, are numbered by
the hundreds of thousand
"made good" and they have not made
A good, hone-t. square-deal medicine of
known composition is Dr. Pierce's tiolden
Medical Discovery. It still enjoys an im
mense sale, while most of the prepara
tions that have come Into prominence in
the earlier iieriod of its popularity have
"gone by the board” and are never more
heard of. There must lie some reason for
this long-time popularity and th at is to
be found in its superior merits. When
once given a fair trial for weak stomach,
or for liver and hiood a (lections, its supe
rior curative qualities are soon manifest;
hence it has survived and grown in pop
ular favor, while scores of less meritorious
articles have suddenly flashed Into favor
for a brief period and then been as soon
loir a torpid liver with its attendant
Indigestion, dyspepsia, headache, per
haps dizziness, foul breath, nasty coated
tongue, with bitter taste, loss of appetite,
with distress after eating, nervousness
and debility, nothing Is so good as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It's
an honest, square-deal medicine with all
Its ingredients printed on bottle-wrapper
— no secret, no hocus-pocus humbug,
therefore don't <tcreitt a substitute that
the dealer may possibly make a little big
ger protit. InHixt on your right to have
what you call for.
Don’t buy Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion expecting it to prove a "cure-all." It
Is only advised for woman’s sprcfuf ail
ments. It makes weak women strong and
sick women well. Less advertised than
some preparations sold for like purposes
its Sterling curative virtues still maintain
Its position in the front ranks, where ll
stood over two decades ago. As an In
vigorating tonic and strengthening nerv
ine it Is ......muled. It won't satisfy those
who want " booze,” for there is not a drop
of alcohol in it.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, theorb/f
tutf Little Liver Pills, although the tir-i
pill of their kind in the market, still lead
and when once tried are ever afterward-
In favor. Kasy to take as candy one p
three a dose. Much hnUutnl but ntcii
AT THE CHURCHES
M. E. Church
Regular preaching services at the Methodist churet
every Sabbath at 1 1 a .m . and at 8.00 p. m. Sunda
school at 10 a. m.; Epworth League 7:00 p. m.; Mid week
Service, Thursday, 8:00 p. m.
REV. H. COULD, Pastor.
German Lutheran Church
The German Lutherans hold services on the 2nd anf
4th Sundays of each month at 2:30 p. m.
H. C. E B E L IN G ,. Pastor.
Bible School, Su n d ay........................................... lOrOO a. m.
Comn,union and Poach in g.....................................1100 a m
, m l ° ' MI“ lon Ba“d................................................. 3:00 p. m
Chn*Uan Endeavor................................................... 6:30 p .m .
SCHEDULE O F SERVICES.
, W " n« ....................................................
Prayer meeting on Thursday night.
7:30 p .m
R £ V . SIA S, Paator.
Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning Preaching Ser
servii v,ce at 11 o’clock. Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
Young People’s Meeting held at 6:30 p. m. Mid week
service on Thursdays at 7:30 p. m.
HANCOCK & GORDON
F A SH IO N S T A B L E S
E . W . H aines Bank
title, “ pumpkin patch.”
imagination freer reign and think of
that same field after the lapse of a few
,hort summer months. What a trans-
It is day in the pumpkin
patch! The star like flowers have van-
shed, and in their place are golden
suns! We can not realize the vast
possibilities of the pumpkin patch.
The sight thrills us and calls to our
minds Halloween, Thanksgiving and
ill their attendant
tiently has the farmer watched and
tended th'S golden store, and for what
purpose? For that savory delicacy,—
k Greater even than this is the care
and labor bestowed upon our best
American dish. When days begin to
grow short and dry leaves flutter and
drift in fitful gusts of wind, the farm
er’s children hie them to the field, to
gather this, the best of the season’s
How cheerfully they stagger
’ neath golden load, for to their minds
there comes a vision of Thanksgiving
and pumpkin pie.
Carefully are they hoarded away in
dry cellars to ripen while the days pass
swiftly by. The great day soon comes,
the day of realization,
the day for
which the fields have yielded their rich
abundance and for which the small
boy waits with eagerness, but of which
the turkey dares not think.
The crowning triumph of that day
is the Thanksgiving dinner, the triunph
of the dinner is— pumpkin pie. Ah,
the comedies and tragedies of the final
There will be preaching services in the Free Metho
preparations! From every kitchen in
list Church every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
REV. H. K. BOWMAN, Pastor.
the land, delightful spicy odors float
upon the keen autumn air.
•t the 1
------ — _ *nrlce« every Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p .m .
dreams of the possibilities they sug
___ ^ \« Christian Science Hall, U S South F ifth Street
gest? All other things are insignifi
Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and cant, compared with the final test—
Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap the making of the pumpkin pie. The
pliances in office.
Calls answered housewife feels the importance of her
— night or day.
responsibility, and the recipe handed
Money to loan on farm security. down from old New England ancestry
__ W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
does not fail.
Hoffman & Allen for good goods pumpkin pie is a creation such as we
__ >nd lowest prices.
have only dreamed of in out wildest
flights of fancy.
Try Schultz’s ground bone for
How sadly would Thanksgiving lack
four hens. It will make them lay.
if we had not pumpkin pie. T he Turk
— Cotton Blankets 10 4, 11-4, 12-4,
ey may be replaced by goose, plum
8 2 .0 Trices 8 5 c, « 1 .0 0 , « 1 .2 5 , 8 1 .5 0 ,
pudding by other dishes of that nature,
_ $2.00, at Bailey’s.
but pumpkin pie you cannot take
— 0 . P. Eldiidge will be in this city iway nor replace with something just
read or about three months more and is as good.
It is a necessary part of
and eady to do tree pruning of all kinds Thanksgiving.
mhk ind dehorning.
^ In the long years to come when we
REV. H. W . BOYD, Pastor.
Bob’s back from the city and Bess is
home from school;
She says she’s just wore out with keep
ing every rule
And lernin’ all her lessons; at home
1 ri'"» t*1
T R A P P t.M-.u
E R M S
’G U I D E «¡
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litri«* U n t m l in to
G u r MftcnHir B a il A m t D e m v A ttrA i t * a n i m i l i * to t r a i " I .to >,*•- b o t t i *
M ur v u r
H id e « a m t F u r» t o u a a u J g e t b ig h o a t y r t e w , A u d i r * * t i H r o t s . I K p t . C l ,
M it il i * a p u li* . M lu u .
Most G ro c e rs Sell
< H -V iN iP K
f-T O C R
1 v e ry sack g u a ran teed
Made of selected Eastern Oregon Hard Wheat,
it produces more loaves of breui titan any other
flour and the loaves are lighter and w'hiter. Be
cause of the increased quantity of briad produced
the cost is no h'gher than for other flours.
Ask your G ro c e r fo r It.
THE PORTLAND FLOURING P/ilLLS CO.
-M a tm u n
IN S U R A N C E
I.N T H E
f ■ S ÂHD KtfiCHANTS
Tho’ dark on earth, in the world above
It is always wondrous light.
W aiting?— oh vear, for the springtime Look up! tho’ your heart seemed
For the budding and wakening of life.
racked and torn
For resurrection— the glorious awaken- And your feet to cling to the sod,
( Look up and hope and your caies will
From slumber that then shall seem brief.
If you put your trust in God.
B est and Cheapest
A . I. W irtz , Proprietor
S. A . Moulton
L ea din g T o n so ria U st
F o rest
G ro v e
R. INIXOIN, Dentist
Forest Grove, Oregon
O FFIC E
Three ( 1 < vxi % noun ol* Bailey*» stor*.
houiS iron* M A VI. IO 1 F M.
Eczema and Pile Cure
C 'P T T U
Knowing what It Is to suffer, I will giv«
1 IV L L
FR E E OF CHARGE, to any afflicted a posi
tive cure for Eczema, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Pile«
and Skin Diseases. Instant relief. Don't suffer longer
Write V. W. W illiam s, 400 Manhattan Avenue. New
York. Enclose S u m s
PROPERTY iff PEOPLE
Large or Small Tracts
Dairy, fruit and hay farms, hop
List your place with me and have
M. L. N oble
Office Main street, one dcor north Russell's
O ego n
L e e ’s
FINE WORK DONE CHEAP — PRICES
W hit« shirt - - - 10c Drawers
- • 8 to 15c
- - • 10c W hite Waists - 10 to 20c
White Skirts - 10 to 50 Underskirts - 15 to 25c
Undershirts - - - 8c Stockings - - - jVyc
Handkerchiefs - - 2c Collars
- - - . fc
Men’s W hite Vests 10 15c Pants - . . - . |$c
C«ats . . . .
io 20c Dusters
- - IS 20c
Towels - - - 20c Dor. Napkins . - 20c Dos.
The following articles 50 c per doz. Pillow Cases,
Bed Sheets, Table Cloths, Night Gowns, Women’s
Drawers, Underwear, Aprons and Corset Covers.
Guardian s Sale of Real Estate.
Notice is hereby given that, by virtue of a license
and order sale duly made and entered by the County
— The finest of Cotton Blankets at Court of Washington county, Oregon, on October 22,
1907, licensing me to sell, at private sale, for cash in
hand the hereinafter described real estate, belonging to
Get that umbrella repaired at Corl’s. William Ziegler, a spendthrift and incompetent person,
I w ill, from and after Monday, December 2, 1907, pro
ceed to sell, at private sale, for cash in hand, to th«
— Wool Blankets $ 3 .5 0 to $ 9 .0 0 at highest bidder, all the following described real estate,
situated in Washington county, Oregon, to-wit:
J. E. Bailey's.
The east half of the northeast quarter of section 10,
— Mrs. Bullock would like sewing to T. 1 N. R. 4 W , W ill. Mer. Also the following de
scribed tract of land: Beginning at a point on the west
do. Fourth street, city.
line 38 rods south of the northwest corner of the D. L.
C. of John Lou«ignont and w ife, in T . I N . R. 4 W .
W ill. Mer,. and running thence east 15 rods, thence
south 31 rods, thence west 15 rods, thence north 31 rods
to the place of begining: Excepting from the above
described lands the following, to-wit: Beginning at a
point the northeast corner of the northeast quarter
of section 10, T . I N . R. 4 W , W ill M er., running
thence south 8 rods, thence west 36 rods, thence north
S rods, thence east to the place of beginning: Also a
strip of land 25 feet 9 inches in width lying and being
; on the west side of the above described land, the
same running from north to south lines thereof, and
b-ing 25 feet 9 inches wide, the land to be sold being 80
I acres, more or less.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this October 28, 1907.
H. G. K IN G ,
Guardian of the Person and Estate of W illiam Zieg
ler, a Spendthrift and Incompetent Person.
W . N. Barrett.
Atty. for Guardian.
'F irst Pub. Oct. 31) J -t
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Baths. Pacific Ave, Forest Grove.
roasted in the ashes; loaves of brown
bread cooled in the window; the big
bowl of huckle berry sauce looked rich
W a s h in g to n
O f F o r e s t G ro v e , O reg o n
City Shaving Parlors
I had shot the day before was done to enormous sum o( $3S(0oo. This rep-
a turn. A big pot of bean soup filled resents b|U a smal, part of the actua,
the room with its savory odor; potatoes j amoum which js spent every year Qn
I ' these games both by the school and
by the public.
she’ll rest all right;
I Playing at other schools necessarily
But mother says its parties and eatin’ and tempting.
! involves a great expense.
Just as we were going to the table made tw0 trjps jast year, one to Yale
fudge at night.
there was a noise outside the cabin. and Qne tQ West Pointf in which her
Dick wrote he was busy and thought
An Indian opened the door. Back of expenses exceeded $ 2 ,0 0 0 , while Yale
he’d stay and dig;
him we saw many dusky men moving ¡Q her trips tQ West point and Prince.
He was kind of low in German, and
about in^the clearingjind in the edge ^
spent the cousiderab!e sum o(
getting back in Trig.
of the woods. ‘Come’ said the In $ 6 ,4 5 0 . This is partly explained by
Yet when mother worried if he weren’ t
dian, who was standing on the door the fact that Harvird and Yale make it
step, ‘the Chief of the Molallas wants a practice to nuke the journey a few
Bess said she thought ’twas foot
to see you.’ We had seen many In days before the game, and put up at
ball, and she had a sort of grin.
dians but none had ever before been an expensive hotel to rest up for the
But if Dick had been here to see that bold enough to come to our cabin.
game. Last year Harvard's hotel bill
I turned to mother; a resolute look
alone exceeded $ 1 ,0 0 0 .
To taste that big fat citron that mother j had come over her pale face. ‘Have
Harvard’s training table alone costs
had us cut,
him come in here,’ she said.
$400 a week or about $ 3 ,2 0 0 a season.
And help her fry the doughnuts, and
The Indian went away. Soon the
Yale spends, for her training table
put the pies in row,
chief and six Molalla braves crowded
and other expenses connected with
H e’d a’ come a-flying, and let that into the cabin. They stared at moth
food and lodging for her football men,
er when she pointed to the table on
$ 3 ,7 0 0 yearly. Add to this the salar
W e’re going to have a dinner that’s which she had placed everything pre ies of coaches, wages of assistants,
pared for our feast. The chief and
most long as a mile;
money paid out for repairs of grounds
And we’ ll all sit there eatin’ without his men understood her and moved and numerous other expenses, and a
up to the table. They passed the big
your company style,
fair idea can be gained of what a sea
And pass up all we want to. The time bowl of soup around and each one son of football costs in a large insti
drank, and made ugly grimaces when
can’t come too fast
When I wake up iu the morning n’ the hot soup burned his throat. They
Yale’s stadium will hold about 3 5 ,-
tore the roasted grouse in pieces and
tomorrow’s here at last.
000 people, but Saturday’s attendance
passed them round. The chief buried
F id d l e D e e
will probably exceed that number by
his teeth in a hot potato; the next mir.-
5 ,0 0 0 , causing the school the neces
ute he howled with pain. Two In
sary expense of enlarging the seating
I gaze on the changing landscape
dians quaireled over the huckle ber
capacity. This work is let out to a
On budding bush and tree,
ries, a fight followed and the chief with
contractor who provides the extra seats
And every leal that rustles
a grunt of delight emptied the berries
at sixty cents apiece, so that the bill
Whispers low my God of Thee.
upon the braves.
amounts to something like $ 3 ,0 0 0 .
I gaze in the flowing river
When the Indians had eaten the
Booths and ropes cost about $ 1 5 0 ,
As it hurries on to the sea.
last scrap of our dinner, the chief
tickets $300, police $ 4 0 0 and officials
Yet every shining ripple
turned to us and said, ‘heap good,
The admission fee is from
Babbles my God of Thee.
white brother,’ ‘we friends.’ Then he
$ 1 .5 0 to $2 00, although some per
and his braves left the room. Mother
I stand on its sandy margin
sons are willing to spend from five to
and I glanced mournfully at the empty
As it mirrors the heavens above,
seventj'-five dollars for reserved seats.
table. ‘At least,’ said she winking
And to me the picture is speaking
The total gate receipts will probably
back tears. ‘I believe our Thanksgiv
Of Thy infinite tender love.
reach $ 6 0 ,0 0 0 .
ing dinner has paid, even if we didn’t
The expense to the public is im
get to eat it.’ And it did pav for we
possible to estimate.
Some com e
never receieved an injury from a Mo
Fading— oh year, all your splendor
hundreds of miles to witness this event
Is fading and passing away,
of the season, and their expenses run
It is blown on the blast of the wild
inty thousands of dollars. Women, at
Look up! no matter how rough the the big game, dress more splendidly
Blown and drifted away.
than at any other event. Hundreds
spent on flowers alone, and it is said
Fading— oh life, all your beauty
How deep or how dark the mire,
the stands at New Haven resem
Is fading as fadeth the rose,
j For the view that meets the eye from
gardens. It is not im
And dies as the rose dies in autumn
A death, yet a short repose.
Will raise our thoughts to things probable that one million dollars will
change hands as a result of this great
Not dying a death for eternal
That never to life shall awake,
Look up! for the sun is bright at day
But a slumber, long, sweet and p eace-1 And the stars are bright at night,
— A full line of Comforts at Bailey’s.
That shall last till the glad daybreak.
i V . r"
W. H. HOLLIS.
c o u n ty iNcws to r
s h o rt tim e fo r
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8:47 a. tn.,
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J I t Portland 7:00 a. tn. 1». Forfat OtOTt 8 34 a m.
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E . C. S im p s o n , Agent.
W. E. COMAN, General freig h t and
j Passenger Agent. Portland.
— Hoffman & Allen Co. are agents
for the famous Butterick patterns.