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FOREST GROVE, OREGON. T H U R S D A Y . DEC. 15.
Womans Club to-Sell
ed Cross Stamps
Doings of Council
Teachers’ Assn Meet
Washington Co. Pioneer
Dies at Grants Pass
At the regular meeting of the
The regular monthly meeting
City Council Tuesday evening a
of the County Teachers’ Asso
At the regular m eeting of the tax levy of 10 mills for the year
At a large meeting o f farmers ciation, held at Cornelius Satur
Saturday morning, at the home
Forest Grove W om an’s Club, T910 was decided upon. Of this and fruit growers, held in the
his daughter, Mrs. A. T.
day last, was one o f the most
held Monday afternoon at the 8 mills will be apportioned to the K. P. Hall, Saturday afternoon,
successful o f the year. Rev. Lewis, in Grants Pass, D. O.
hoii e o f Mrs. B. F. White, Mes general fund and one each to the General Manager Geo. K. Rogers,
Moore, o f Cornelius, delivered an Quick passed to the great beyond
dames Atwell and Hines were library and building fund. The of the Likfresh Evaporator Corn-
address o f welcome, in which he at the ripe old age of 81, after
appointed to superintend the sale resignation of Councilman Felix pany, gave a practical demonstra-
spoke o f the progress o f the day an illness extending over several
of Red Cross stamps, a supply of j Verhooven was received and ac- tion of the value of the Likfresh and dwelt upon the prospects for weeks.
which has ju st been received by cepted and G. S. Allen appointed product Numerous samples o f the future. H e welcomed the
Mr. Quick came to Oregon in
i to serve until the January elec- dried fruits and vegetables were teachers as wide awake instruct 1862, crossing the plains from
The rubbish cans which thejt'on. Claims against the city of show n and then prepared for ors who were abreast of t h e Indiana, accompanied by his
ch.b will place in the business Watt Vincent and Rev. Daniel serving and passed among the! times, and engaged in doing all young wife, and meeting with
section, have been purchased, Staver for damages and right of
audience, one and all o f whom in their power to help humanity many adventures on the way.
and are expected to arrive in the way of pipe line were settled for
pronounced them far superior to by preparing children t o live, He settled on Dairy Creek, where
immediate future, when they 145.50 a n d 30.00 respectively, the old variety o f dried stuff. The reverend gentleman’s r e he conducted a sawmill until 1880
will he properly distributed.
Application of Miss E. B. Pen- Mr. Rogers gave an interesting marks were most scholarly and when he removed with his fam
ily to Polk county, where he re
A most interesting program Add for renewal of lease of the resume o f the work of Prof, full of inspiration.
wss rendered at the meeting, room occupied by the book store Swett in perfecting his invention,
The morning session was call sided for sixteen years, removing
Mrs. J. A. A bbott speaking upon was received and placed on file, dwelling upon the length o f ed to order by V. V. Willis, and into Benton county for a two
the subject o f parking, Mrs. 1° *11 probability the lease will time in which he had been en- several selections were sung by years stay, and settling finally at
C. V. B. Russell on the need of not be renewed, as the city may Raged solving the problem o f the assemblage. O. M. Gardner the town of Halsey in Linn
‘Everybody W ork in g,” and Mrs. desire to use the room as a meet- proper food preservation and o f spoke upon the subject o f “ How county, where he was married to
Scheetz on “ Patronizing Home ing place for the council.
his ultimate triumph.B
to Study” by taking up the prop- Mrs. M. J. Anderson in 1903, his
I: dustries if we would have good
Elsewhere in this issue
will be osition of “ Have a specific aim.” ,irst wife having died in 1900.
ones.” Hon. E. W. Haines de- Rev. D. T. Thomas attended
.found a full report o f the recent The question was well discussed At the beginning of last sumrher,
n P °°r health, Mr. Quick
livened an instructive talk upon the Home Missionary Exective Likfresh dinner served in Port and many good ideas were given ^eing >
to the teachers to be used in their went to reside with hl8 dauKhter
roads in general. Mrs. Kinzer Meeting held in Portland Mon
also shown below.
school work. N. A. Frost then m Grants PaM- Beside8 h,s
spoke o f the irregular size o f tele- day.
discussed the subject o f Spelling daughter in Grants 1 ass, Mr.
phone and light poles. Miss
Buy your candies and nuts at by giving some review of the Quick leave8 five 80,18 and tw0
Farnham gave an interesting re
Hoffman & Allen Co’s.
6-2t formation o f our language and ot^er daughters to mourn his
view o f what had been accom
Notice to customers—T h a t
E- ar>d W. D. Quick of
plished by the Civic Improve Stella M. Dickey is located over
Don’ t decry your lack o f a showing some o f the difficulties *°88,
E- E- Quick o f St- Hel*
ment Society, and current events Mrs. Rider’s Millinery store first chance. The biggest successes
Quick o f Po,k cou,lty-
were handled by Mesdames At- door south of studio. Phone in history were built on self-
served to the members o f the P-
Q,dck ot Benton county,
well, Burlingham and Watt.
Association by the Ladies’ Aid ^ r8,
^ ^ow *e8
Society, and a general good time dale, this county, and Mrs. D.
enjoyed at the dinner. The P- Trenhon, o f Benton county,
afternoon session was called to
order at 1:15 by Vice-President |
R. L. Waun,
and after some!
May Locate in Grove
music by the association, Miss
L. S. Dunham, o f Concord,
Violet Taylor took up the subject
Mich., was looking over the
of clay modelling as used in the
“ prettiest town in Oregon” last
grades. A map of South Amer
week under the guidance o f T.
ica was made showing the relief
J. O. Thacher, with a view to es
form and general topography.
tablishing a home in our midst.
It was also shown how clay could
Mr. Dunham is the acknowledged
! be used in arithmetic, language
king of Shropshire sheep raisers,
and reading work. Miss Lathrop
and maintains a large ranch near
demonstrated the work o f Long
Boise, Idaho, devoted exclusively
Division, showing the three diffi
to that purpose. He knows per
culties and how to overcome
sonally practically every breeder
o f Shropshires in this country,
After a short recess Miss Lina
Canada and England, and is
Hancock gave a vocal solo which
equally well known in turn. Mr.
was greatly appreciated. The
Dunham would make a valuable
subject o f percentage was ably
addition to Forest Grove’s citi
discussed by Mr. Jas. Jack.
zens. and a decided adjunct to
Statements were made and prob
its business interests.
lems solved showing the different
. huiire Oregon State Horticultural Society at recent Apple Show
steps and conditions in percent
Sx-Course Likfresh Dinner served to Officers and • * G
Hosts; Frank W. Power. Secy, Oregon
age work. Many questions were
in Portland. Reading from left to right, M r
^ WM^ n#ton> D C., Official Judge; W. H. Swett, Inven-
asked and answered.
State Horticultural Society;Prof- “ ■
j Lewis, Head Hjrticultural Dept., O. A. C.; Hon.
It was decided to have a badge
tor Likf esh System o f Food Preservation^; j j «>• - - Bu(hahan staff Writer, Portland, Oregon.
Martin V. Bisbee, one o f the
to be worn at the State meeting wealthy farmers of Washington
Homer C. Atwell, Pres. O. S. H. Society.
in Portland and a banner is to be , County, living near here died
made to make known the pres- p ^ a y night, aged 76 years. He
Regular Communication o f For
ence o f the Washington County was horn in Auburn, Me., and
est Chapter No. 42 0 . E. S. will
As we go to press information Teachers Association.
removed to Sipeo, Mich., where
he held Monday. Dec. 19, 1910.
Latest advises from St Vin-
After tendering a vote of he married Miss Caressa Me Hale
Initiation and entertaining the cent’s
,• I r who was shot by Frank that the rumors floating about thanks to the Ladies’ Aid and on January 5, 1866. The family
Worthy Grand Patron, Mr. Boyd
iJ ock er last Friday night on town relative to the recent Nay- people o f Cornelius and declar removed to California 36 year«
A large attendance
i S nrooerty just at the edge of |or shooting are unfounded. The ing that this was the best meet ago, and a year later came to
; n has a fighting chance of family of Frank Lanocker state ing of the year the Association Oregon, locating in Washington
All kinds o f Mill Feed, Flour, town’
positively that Mr. Naylor was adjourned to meet the second County on the place where Mr.
U. S. Chop, Oats Chop. Rolled r*l°\
who committed unknown to them up to the time Saturday in January.
Bisbee died. He leaves one son,
Delbert, who is a resident of
Oats. Chopped Barley and Seeds
m e d ia te ly after the at- 0f the tragedy, and that to the
»old bv W. F. Hartramphf, next 9U ^
Naylor’s life, was a best of their knowledge there
Beware o f stranger« taking Portland. An adopted daughter,
door to McNamer and Wirtz Liv- terlip
f r u i t grower o f was nothing to have warranted subscriptions to paper« and mag- Mrs. William Johnson, lives on
tf v C th Yamhill. No c a u s e is the act They do say however, M jne8 giving prizes etc., you the Bisbee farm with her hus
erY. Forest Grove.
for the shooting, and al- that Mr. Lanocker was a very may never get anything for year band. Funeral services were
Christmas tree ornaments
..— a ,, officers are quick tempered man, excitable money. Give your subscription held Monday under the auspices
the Forest Grove Pharmacy.
though t c
nothing and nervous. and that he alway» ^ your home dealer in whom you o f the local Masonic Lodge, with
For Sale— 2 bed room suite«, working upon the a *
carried a revolver. Sheriff Han- can rely. If your magazine does interment in Forest View ceme
chairs.extention table, work table definite as yet has been > ■’ '
has investigated the matter not
you know wh0 to go to tery.
2 stoves,stove wood.potatoes.and
thoroughly, and gives as his tie- to know the reason why. Go to
other articles. T.H.Symms. If
store alw*>» has th* lief that the man was temporar- the forest Grove Pharmacy for
Hoffman A Allen Co. have an
house is locked inquire o f W.J.R- ^ c e s t post card line, but th*-
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