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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 20, 1908)
s/asliington and ^ A Modern shyiock.
iraunces’ Tavern *
THE LOST ATLANTIS.
An Idsal Land Whsrs Man Had Raach-
ad Social Parfaction.
According to Plato, who was the
first to put the story on record, having
E v e ry sack g u a ra n te e d
heard it from the Egyptian priests, At
"Father, tell us a story about your lantis was an Island In the Atlantic
selected Eastern Oregon Hard Wheat,
ocean "over against the pillars of Her
Historic Inn Where the General Bade “ Law cases are very uninteresting cules.” It was larger than Asia and
it produces more loaves of bread than any other
affairs. However, there Is one case Africa taken together and 9,000 years
flour and the loaves are iighter and whiter. Be
Fare well to His Officers In
which I think may be Interesting to before his time was densely peopled by
of the increased quantity of bread produced
New York Restored.
you youngsters because It has a direct a race rich, great and powerful. The do
is no higher than for other flours.
Influence on your existence. I will tell minion extended over the grenter part
ASHINGTON’S farewell to It
A sk y o u r G ro c e r fo r It.
his officers on Dec. 4, 1798, ) "One day after I had got fairly well quering progress was finally checked
only by the united resistance of the
was one of the scenes In ! started In my practice my office door
THE PORTLAND FLOURING MILLS CO.
Athenians and other Greeks.
American history that are j 0pelle<i an(j a j ew entered,
In the course of time this great peo
surrounded with romantic Interest.
salJ he .a note for |200
ple, this powerful nation, forgot Its
The ceremony took place In the long 1
room" of the old Krauuces’ tavern In secured by chattel mortgage on some greatness and Its power and turned
New York city, and the one hundred furniture. The note Is due and I can to wickedness and sin. Then there
ami twenty-fourth anniversary of the not collect the money. I wish you to came an earthquake, which lasted a
day and a night and wa9 followed by
event was recently observed by ap foreclose the mortgage.’
propriate exercises, chief among them
“ 1 told him that I did not take such an Inundation of the sea. After that
being the formal turning over of the cases, but would find him a lawyer. nothing but slime and shoals remained
UN I M E
building In which It occurred to Its Your t’ ncle Tom wus then scraping to mark the spot where Atlantis had
present owners, the New York state along for a practice, and I Intended to
This Is the romantic story as told
blanch of the Society of the Sous of give the case to him. The Jew as
m u t u a l p ik e r e l ik p a s s n .
sented and agreed to call the next day. by Plato. As we have said, he got It
This historic taveru stands at the
"He had not been long gone when a from the Egyptian priests. Where did
corner of Broad and I’ earl streets. It lady was announced. She wns shab the priests get it? Was It purely Im
has been damaged by fire several times bily dressed lu mourning, but she in aginary, or was It founded, as some
IS T H E "
since Washington’s day and in the terested me from the moment I looked of the stories of mythology are, upon
course of the chunges made In repair at her. She was evidently In great a thin foundation of fuct?
On this point both the ancient and
ing It came to have quite a different trouble.
the modern writers have different
appeuruuce from the taveru of 124
" ‘Would you mind telling me,’ she views. Some suppose that the exist
years ago. The Sons of the Revolution laid, ’if Moses Weil has been to you
acquired the property three years ago, to get you to foreclose u chattel mort ence of the Isluud was really believed
In because the Phoenicians may have
and the society has spent 800.000 in re gage ou my furniture?’
visited the Canary Islands or the
building tlie structure and making It
“ ‘A Jew bus asked me to foreclose Azores; that the story of Atlantis
as nearly as possible like It was In the such a mortgage,’ I replied.
grew out of their possible discovery.
time of the Revolution, using the orig
■’ ‘Then 1 am going to ask you not
inal bricks and timber for the most to take the case. 1 am a widow In Others think that It is the expression
part and following the pictures and very straitened circumstances. I have of a vague belief by the ancients In
descriptions of the tavern as it existed been obliged to borrow money from the existence of the western hemi
W ith lime sulphur solution for San Jt se scale a
lu the eighteenth century. The prop the Jew. I can’t pay the Indebted sphere.
liquid spray manufactured by \V . Stratton
erty cost the society all told about ness, and If he takes my furniture
& Son for sale by G off Bros., Forest Grove, and
J1-»0,000. This expense wns chiefly met I shull have to go to the poorhouse. I goes, we shall never perhaps know
through a bequest for the purpose can’t pay board, and the only way I more than we do now, but we have for
by W . H. Stratton, Cornelius, by the gallon or
from uu ex-presideut o f the New Y’ ork can live Is In a little cot. Thus far I all time the beauty of the story Itself
W e keep lime and sulphur for spraying.
state branch of the Sons of the Revo have persuaded every lawyer the Jew
lution, Frederick S. Tullmadge, uud a has asked to take .his case not to do so. tiquity conceived to be the ideal con
dition of the human race.
memorial tablet reciting the fact of I hope you, too, will refuse.’
According to these ancient writers,
his patriotic Interest In the preserva
“ I was surprised and distressed to
tion of the structure hns iteen affixed see so refined a person thus reduced. Atlantis wus one of the most produc
tive countries lu the world, its nat
to the exterior and was unveiled ou I was about to promise her that 1
ural resources were unbounded. Ev
the recent anniversary of Washing would not take the cuse against her
erything that could add to the pleasure
ton’s leave taking o f his officers. An when I thought that by doing so I
and comfort of men was there lu pro DR. DYOTT SPEAKS TO STUDENTS. MCMINNVILLE DEFEATS PACIFIC.
other tablet was unveiled In the "long might be of service to her. But I had
fusion-grain, wine, delicious fruit,
room” bearing the following record:
no final plan and did not care to com- metals o f various kinds, great forests,
tavern, erected l ” 19l ! mit myself. I therefore told her that fertile plains, pleasure grounds, springs > h « r t but S c h o la r ly A d d r e s s G iv e n .
Hom e B asket Ball T eam Slightly
" S t u d e n t s Do Y o u r B e s t”
tjueeu's Head tavern. 1702; chamber I would consider her request. She left
O utclassed by Baptists.
of commerce founded here, 17H8; head me much disappointed.
tlis T h e m e .
The Island was divided Into ten
S co re 2 1 -1 6 .
“ The next day when Well appeared kingdoms, each wholly Independent of
The Rev. Luther Dyott, cf the Con
I told him that I had reconsidered the the other, but bound by the common
Saturday evening, Feb. 15th, the
matter and would oblige him. He was ties of noble purposes and mutual good gregational church of Portland, spoke
very much pleased—Indeed, so much so will. Commerce flourished as It did to the students last Wednesday at the basket ball team from McMinnville
that he said nothing about the expense nowhere else In the world, Its harbors |
chapel exercises. Dr. Dyott’ s coming college administered the second de
attending the matter except the court receiving the products of every other |
feat of the season to Pacific University
fees, for which he made a deposit. He known country. There were large and was somewhat unexpected but these
probably feared to antagonize me by populous cities rich In architectural ef- j who heard him enjoyed his scholarly by the score of 21-16. Both teams
mentioning my charge.
feet and embellished with the most and beautiful address.
lacked the team work, shown in the
"I called upon the widow and told her beautiful works of art. Its villages
game at McMinnville two weeks be
frankly that her plan of persuading all were also rich and thriving, and Its
This was largely due to the
the lawyers not to act In the matter fields were under the most skillful and Doctor expressed it, was “ Do your
was hopeless. She was clinging to a profitable cultivation.
which were so dim at
best that you may reach the the level
straw, but she would not give up the
This wus Atlantis as the old poets
ball was almost lost.
This thought was care
pictured It, the ideal land where men of your best.”
’’ ’You are the first lawyer,’ she said, had reached the ultimate development fully developed and illustrated in a On the part of Pacific, however, lack
‘that has refused me. Tell me what of social and general government.— convincing manner. “ God has a plan of practice was also a factor in losing
your fee is to be from the Jew, and I Chicago News.
for each one of us,” the speaker said, the game. For this, the members of
will endeavor to raise the money and
pay it to you to refuse the case.’
and in His plan we fall short if we do the team are not so much to blame as
Visitors From Space.
“ ‘That would not be In accordance
Whatever be their origin. It would not do our best in whatever vocation others.
with the code among lawyers, certain seem that these solid bodies (meteor
For McMinnville the big center
ly hot my code.’
ites) are hurling through space at ve we find ourselves engaged in. We
M cKee distinguished him
’’ ‘Is it their code to assist creditors locities <fh Ich may be anything t>e- profit by the experience of the preced
to bring debtors to beggary? Indeed, I tween ten and forty miles a second. Ir ing generations, and we are to take up self by throwing several almost im
know that it Is not. for several of your they come near enough to this earth
possible baskets, and also by his grace
profession have refused to do so.’
to be attracted by It, their course I? the work where they left it, and carry
of falling. Seventeen
“ ’This man Well,’ I said, attempt changed and presently they enter our it on to greater development. The ful method
ing to give her reasons that should sat atmosphere. The result is a sudden opportunities we inherit plus our own points were put down to his credit.
The other four points were made by a
isfy her, Is determined to sell you out. check to their speed, owing to the In
He will in the end find a lawyer to do tense resistance and friction engen ability measures the equivalent of our brother McKee.
his work. That you may not think me dered by contact with the air parti success. Therefore it is our own fault
For Pacific, VVitham played a steady
more sordid than I am, I will turn over cles. What happens may be likened if we do not realize our ambitions. We game, making nine points. The other
my fee to you.’
to the sudden application of the wooden
points made were Gwynn 2, Kirkwood
■“My offer had no other effect than to brake block to the rapidly moving inherit tendencies for evil and poten 2, Humphreys 3. The playing was
Irritate her, and I left her without wheel of an express train. Heat Is tialities for things good, so we must
somewhat rough “ in spots,” as both
making any further attempt at concil generated lu exchange for motion, and master them and if we wish to be suc
were determined to win: Once dur
the trail o f sparks from the checked
"When the papers in the case were wheel is represented In the checked cessful we must be the very best in ing the second half Pacific made a
ready. I sent for my client and the meteorite by a luminous trail. We our vocation. This power lies not so spurt and all but evened up the score,
<u:oi:un w v s h in o t o n a n d p u a c k c b s ’ t a v - widow to meet me at my office at the commonly call It a shooting star, and much in what we do but in the way we but was unable to keep up the work
same day and hour. It was not a If its mass lie small It Is possibly alto
I UN, « HKUK UK B I D I l l s OFF1CEM S F A U t-
A number of rooters accompanied the
pleasant gathering. The lady cast a gether dissipated In heat and gas or It do it.
McMinnville team and the grandstand
quarters of committee of correspond reproachful glance at me, then looked may ultimately find Its way to our
Further than this effort on our part, was enthusiastic. At
cnee of tlfty-oue, 1774; this room the fixedly out of the window. The Jew earth as dust. Such “ meteoric dust” we must endeaver to see God’ s plan ’ Varsity Band entertained the crowd.
scene of the farewell of General Wash looked meek. 1 sat rending over the has been found on the eternal snow j
After the game the young ladies of
of mountains where dust of the ordi for us. If we are able to do that our
ington to Ills officers, Dec. 4. 17S3; documents.
“ ’ Mr. Well,’ I said at last, ‘these pa nary type would be Impossible. If, ; possibilities will be greater and brighter, Herrick Hall entertained the two teams
Sons of the Revolution reorganized
here Dec. 4. 1883; the property pur pers give you possession of this lady's on the other hand, the mass of matter j and our lives will be happier and more and visiting friends. Ice cream and
wafers were served to all.
< based by (lie Sons of the Revolution household goods -that Is. they will give be large. Its surface only will be af
in the state of New York. 1904; formal j<tii possession when I turn them over fected by the sudden heat generated, j beautiful. Our lives are the thread
Line up of the teams:
* vupatlon taken by the Sons of the to you on payment of my fee. This T»nd It may fall to the ground entire or | and our oppertunity is the shuttle, and McMinnville
fee’ I turned to the widow—’I volun possibly explode and be scattered In !
Revolution. Dec. 4, 1907."
K i rkwood - Hum phrey s
fragments over a wide area.—Cham
After the dedication of the tablets
letters from i ’resideut Roosevelt and Therefore. Mr. Well, you mny ns well bers’ Journal.
Governor Hughes o f New Y'ork were pay the money direct to the la<ly.’
T h ir d Y e a r O fficers.
Length of naives 20 min.
A Wis* Answer.
I “ ’“ Certainly,’ said the Jew, pulling
How much is the
Tradition had it that mine host ! ou* his wallet.
It takes hut an ordinary man to re- I
The third year class held a meeting
Fra lincee wns a genial man who at amount 7'
turn an angry answer to an Insult, j
Dions Uniter W ay to Form a Col lege
traded to Ills tavern the Important
“ ’Two huudred dollars.'
The extraordinary man is he who, un- I r'ebruary 11th lor the purpose of elect
W o m e n 's League.
social a Hairs of .the New York o f his
"He looked at me aghast,
der such circumstances, holds himself j ing officers for the second semester.
period. The merchants met here to | “ T pay you e .erythlng?’
so well under control that he controls |
afternoon Miss Farnham
" ’It happens that my fee Is the ex his adversary also. I’ersia once pos Those elected were as follows:
«•«lifer regard lug the oillous stamp act
girls to meet in her
sessed such a man and was clear sight- I President, Archie Markee.
'I lie “ long room” was the headquar
“ ’Suppose I don’t pay It?’
four to six to
ters not only o f the ehanilier of com
ed enough to make him a Judge. He
Vice President, Fern Smith.
’“ Y'ou will not get the papers, and 1 | was the chief Judge of Bagdad In the
merce. tmt of the St. Andrew’s society.
Secretary, Holman Ferrin.
I ie governors of the province, the New will collect my fee by luw. Y'ou »re : reign of Caliph Hadee. and his name
was Aboo Y'usuph. He was a very [ Treasurer, David Mobely.
t irk society and the Society Kor I’ro
"Meanwhile a light l>egan to break 1 wise man. for he knew his own de
eiotlug Arts ami Agriculture.
After Miss Farnham had explained
Sergeant at Arms, Dwinell Clarp.
wine cellar was once used as a Jail In upon the vv Idow's brain. The Jew ficiencies and was actually sometimes
plan it was informally discussed
where unfortunate malefactors of the argued, threatened, pleaded. I was lu doubt ns to whether he possessed t Assistant Sergeant at Arms, Charles
a committee was appointed to con
days of King George were secretly
sufficient wisdom to give a Just de
Reporter, Edith Allsworth.
sider the matter and draw up a con
Ixittted up to re)**nt of their sins at mlt my fee on one condition—that he cision in cases peculiarly shrouded In
leisure and amuse themselves by should renew the lady’s note for two mystery. It Is related of him that on
scraping the green mold of the damp years at a moderate rate of Interest one occasion, after patient Investiga- ]
Miss Farnham, assisted by Miss
Y. W .
floor off their Imots. Rusty chains used Then he left me alone with her.
tlon o f facts, he decided that he bad
" Tardón me.' she said, with great , not sufficient know ledge to pronounce
to confine prisoners hang on the wall.
Bain and Miss Yancey, then served ice
"G od 's Will Concerning M e" was
The tavern will Is* used henceforth feeling, ’for misjudging you. Why did on the case liefore him. There was
cream and cake to the girls.
not only as a place o f refreshment, but you not tell me what you were going in his presence a pert courtier, one of the topic of lust week’ s meeting.
i - k ii historic museum
When the to do?’
those men who take long to learn that leader. Miss Margaret Bowie, brought
’’ ■ Because 1 did not know myself w isdom and Impudence are not closely
Knights of Pythias. Attention.
work o f restoration was begun It was
out what God’ s will concerning us is
n ecessary to turn out certain guests till the Isst moment.’ ”
The Annual Convention for this
I paused. I had finished my story.
who had lodged there, among them
"Pray, do you expect that the caliph and how important it is for us to shape
’’And who wns the widow?" asked Is to pay you for Ignorance?” he
District will be he’d at Cornelius, Ore
I’atsy McGovern, a longshoreman w h o
our lives so that we will live in ac
asked, hoping to place the Judge at a
lor thirty six straight years hail lieon a chorus of voices.
gon, on Saturday, Feb. 22, 1908.
cordance with Him. The scripiure
"The widow was a lady to whom disadvantage
nrrnstomed to hang his Jumpers In the
Every Knight is earneatly requested to
».¡mie room and who did not want to y ou are In tehted for many kindnesses." j ” 1 do not." was the mild reply. readings from James first chapter por
’T he caliph pays me. anil pays me trays clearly the work God desires to
He protested that If George
"Well, since yon are so eager to well, for what I do know W *r** he to
Washington hml !>een living that wor
A. R. LEABO, K. cf R. it S.
do. >The songs were in accordance
toy statesman would not have allowed know I don’t mind telling you that she attempt to pay me for what t do not
know the treasures of bit empire with the topic.
I n1 tenants to lie ejected to make way Is vour mother.”
would not suffice."
for • lot of musty relics.
IN S U R A N C E
! l \ J L i bailers *ND merchants
O f F o r e s t G ro v e , O rego n
Best and Cheapest
S p ra y Y o u r Tre e s
Water and light meters. S. E.
— Money to loan, at Dr. Parker’ *.
Water and light meters. S. E Todd |
H. S t r a t t o n
Sz S o n
No. 10 **
E. C. S impson , a .*.
w . E. COMAN, General f t j f .
Passenger Agent, Portland.
— Hoffman & Allen CoT^T^
for the famous Butterick patterei
— Dr. E. H. Brown, Physicj*
Surgeon. X-Ray and all elettr.i'
pliances in office.
night or day.
W. He HOLLIS, ~~
¿eal Estate and Corpo-
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F o re st G rove, Of»?
— Buy your spraying
Nichols where you can see : ■
and know just what you art
2nd house south of Liughfo
A MEASURE OF I
F o re st G ro v e Citizen* 1
W e ig h W ell This Ev
Proof of merit lies in the
Convincing evidence in Fowj
Is not the testimony of stnnrf
But the endorsement of Forest
That’ s the kind of proof
The statement of a
Lemuel 8. Bulloek.liviot on ronrtli St
o r e .. says: “ For s number of yes«» ’
from kidney and bladder tiouble md »
had every symptom of the comptaiat “ K
a constant desire to pass the secretioa*
snd contained a heavy sediment, ab“ 1, ^
the pains in my back mere so severe V“
to rest well at night and in the swf •“* J
tired and worn out . I suffered
spells snd sras in a generally
tried a number of remedies, al«o
ing seemed to reach my case.
Kidney Pills snd procured n boa ad a dra*
the contents of this bos. nod no* **
I ever hope to. My kidneys arts»
and t can go to bed and get s reireabis^
that I had not been able to do **** "
years. It gives me the greatest - I -* '
Kidney Pills my endorsement.
For sale by all deal«*
cents. Fcster-Milbum &
New York, sole agents k»3
Remember the name— V*
take no other.