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FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8.
ring words Mrs. K. B. Penfield
moved a rising vote o f thanks to
the gentlemen who had given c f
| their valuable time to present
such an excellent program. This
was carried unanimously.
hoped that we may have an hon
orary members’ meeting at least
once every year.
CITY NEWS NOTES
ranged to simulate an army
cami), with a white tent gleam
ing among the trees, and a camp
We order our yearly stock of
fire blazing cozily before it, over
Nelson Bibles in March. On our
which hung a kettle, while odors
present stock we offer 10 per cent
of coffee filled the air. As the
discount this month. In any Bi
Maximums gathered around the
ble ordered to come with our new
fire, rations were served.
stock we will have any name you
Mr. Hevland, who is a crack-a-
wish stamped in gold on the
jack o f a story teller, began to
cover. T he B ook S tore .
“ spin yarns” o f army life. For
The Pacific University basket
two hours he kept his
i At the Christian church next j
ball team played a game with
convulsed as he told the
[ Sunday morning the pastor will
the Oregon Agricultural College
o f a scout’s expe
preach at eleven o ’ clock. The
team at Corvallis,
subject o f the sermon will be, |
evening, P. U. losing to 0 . A. G.
FOREST GROVE, February 7. ‘Victory Through Christ.” There
Eugene W. Chafin, prohibi sounded at a late hour, the camp
A. E. Lindstrom, editor of the with a score of 5 to 49.
(Editor of the Press.)
In 1 will be no evening service as th e' Cavalier County Republican,
tion candidate for president in fire was extinguished and the
The Chemawa basket ball team 1908, who is touring Oregon in camp became quiet.
your issue o f the Press last week congregation will adjourn for the newspaper o f Langdon, North
you printed an article which I Chafin meeting at the M. E. Dakota, is taking a trip through defeated the Pacific University the interest o f the ‘ ‘Out to Win”
believe is intended to mislead! church. The services o f the the Pacific coast states this win team Friday night in a game at campaign inaugurated by thq
the public, in regard to the hand- j church and Bible school are being ter. He is accompanied by his the P. U. gymnasium, by a score Prohibition State Committee,
Otto Kahler, o f the Wilson dis
ling of the city funds during the I well attended, and the members wife. In a letter home he writes, o f 30 to 27.
will address twenty-five county trict, died last Friday and the
past two years. As a member j are looking forward to a revival in part, a3 follows:
E. L. Perkins, County Record conventions and thirty-six mass funeral was preached at his
o f the finance committee I was j meeting to be held, beginning July
‘ ‘Monday afternoon we ar er, from Hillsboro, was in the meetings at important points in home Sunday, after which the
in part responsible for the man 7. Sunday Feb. 18 will be special rived at Portland, Oregon, and Grove Sunday looking for gaps this state. Mr. Chafin will speak remains were taken to Hayward
ner in which several thousand ladies’ day in the Bible school, from there went to Forest Grove, n his political fences.
in the M. E. church next Sun for burial.
dollars were paid out.
During and the ladies are making spe out from Portland about twenty-
Ray Humphreys and family day night at 7:30. Our city is to
Miss Godby visited with her
the construction of the water cial preparation for this occasion. five miles, which is reached by an
are in the Grove visiting.
They be congratulated upon being able parents a.t McMinnville Saturday
system a number of men were
There will be an old fashioned electric line running trains every expect to leave for California in to secure this noted orator. Our and Sunday o f last week.
employed by the day and it was New England, colonial dinner hour or two.
citizens will not only do honor to
Here we found a few days.
Cecil Lilly, who has been at
a matter of convenience to them served at the Christian church on the James Loynes and Nick
Mr. Chafin, but to themselves by
C. A. Killen, o f Gaston, was giving him a packed house. It tending school at Corvallis, re
that they could be paid olf on Washington’ s birthday'. The din Moore families, former Langdon
Saturday or any time they saw ner will be under the auspices of residents. It was our good for-1 in town with a load o f dressed is safe to say that everyone who turned home Monday on account
fit to quit work, and as the coun the men, assisted by the women. tune to enjoy the hospitality of pork the latter part o f last week. hears him will be greatly de of illness.
cil only audited and paid bills The colonial costume will be these worthy people and it i s 1 D. D. Bump and sister, Miss lighted. He is one o f the
Mrs. McCann and son, Earl,
once each« month we arranged worn by the waiters, and Mr. needless to state that we had a Emma Pitman, visited in Oak most entertaining speakers, and who have been living in theGrove
with the Forest Grove National and Mrs. Geo. Washington will visit that was a visit for the Park Sunday.
is termed by many the great his this winter, moved back to Gales
Bank to cash the checks given receive the guests.
and most advanced think Creek last week.
next twenty-four hours.
Miss Marjorie Miller, o f Baker,
the workmen by the foreman at
only regret was that we could | and the Misses Veia and LaVerne ers on the prohibition platform
Chester Williams, o f Hillside,
any time they were presented, Bursting o f Bag Causes Alarm not stay longer.
Forest Grove ! Tipton, of Hillsboro, visited over today.
was canvassing for a paper on
and at the next council meeting
John Temple Graves of Atlan
Last week some one, with no ! 1S an exceptionally pretty town Sunday at the home o f Mr. and
Gales Creek last Saturday.
a warrant would be orderec intention o f doing
Georgia, says: “ Mr. Chafin
mischief, ! of about 3000 inhabitants, situat- Mrs. Chas. E. Hicks, in South
Alfred Lilly, of Vancouver,
drawn in favor o f the bank foi oopped a paper sack at night in efi
is one o f the most magnetic
a section rich in everything Park.
accompanied by his
the total amount of the checks
and charming men I have ever
front of the Chinese laundry. that goes to make a prosperous
O. L. Ahlstrom, a former resi listened to on the platform.”
cashed. These checks were filed
A number o f persons heard the community. Here you find the
with the recorder, R. P. Wirtz, report and, thinking it might big stately trees towering a hun dent o f the Grove, now of Bea
Vienna, III. Times says: “ The
and were in his possession and have been a gun shot, had the dred feet or more in the air, and verton, was in town yesterday.
community thoroughly enjoyed
by him turned over to his suc marshal summoned and made in among them pretty homes and
Joe Stream has moved his bar the whirlwind oratory o f the o f Gales Creek, Sunday.
cessor, Mr. Markham. I f there vestigation. All concerned were orchards of
everything that ber shop on First stree.t opposite hour. It is new, helpful and in
Rant Dunsmore, o f Hillside,
is any individual or possibly serious and had no intention oth grows in that locality. The cli Schultz Market where he invites spiring.
was instructive, led the young people’s meeting
more than one in the city who er than to ascertain the cause of mate there is quite mild and his customers to call and asks brilliant and convincing.”
here very successfully Sunday
believes or pretends to believe alarm.
San Jose (Cal.) Herald says: evening. Mr. Mickle, o f Hill
with the exception o f the moun- for a share o f the public patron
that any o f the funds were un
“ Almost every sentence was side, was also present and gave a
| tains near by there was no snow, age.
lawfully used, they can certainly
with cheers and ap very interesting talk.
A. M. Hopkins wishes to sell
A HAN DY CONTRIVANCE
find out the exact facts and pub
growth and thrift on the part of all of his household goods and plause and laughter, and the
Jack Lousignont reports hav
Under the direction o f Prof. !
lish them instead o f having
the people. In Forest Grove we furniture.
Leaving for North speaker’s rhetoric flowed from ing seen a panther Monday even
printed a lot o f insinuations and
met as fine a class o f people as it Dakota the first o f March and his lips in forceful logic on point
ing near his barn.
bints at crookedness for the ex | added to the school equipment at has ever been our fortune to must sell. Call at residence, on ed illustration.”
Mr. Williams, o f Portland,
The Portland Oregonian says:
press purpose of villifying and
come in contact with and their Gales Creek and Thatcher road
out to his sawmill Monday.
belittling the out-going council,
homes across street from Henry Hamil “ Repeatedly he was interrupted
by outbursts of applause, and
which was composed o f men who
showed that they took a pride in ton.
Miss Neva Dallas will lead the
The stage is so
the drollery o f his humor, ming young people’s meeting next
probably stand as high or higher I the building.
beautifying their town. Forest
The Woman’ s Club will hold
led with optimism as well as epi Sunday evening.
in the estimation of the public- constructed that it is possible to Grove has block after block of
regular meeting Monday
gram and satire kept the audi
than any one who would attack | remove it or put it up at will. asphalt paved streets and cement
The people o f this place are
afternoon, February 12, at the
ence in constant attention.”
them publicly in the Press with Prof. Gardner says that the stage walks and we were told that this
this week repairing tele
Those who miss this splendid :
out the manhood to sign his can be put in place in five min work had just started.
It has a
lines. This will insure us
utes, and it can be removed and fine water system supplying the
name to his communication.
The county fruit inspector opportunity to hear this prince
stored in an equal length o f time. finest water from the mountains, would like to arrange with some o f platform orators will miss a ■
C has . H ines .
The stage, with its scenery, and the people there have every- one to do customs spraying in rich treat. His lecture is free! The mothers’ meetings are
Honorary Members Entertain makes a valuable addition to the thing that they can wish for. Forest Grove and vicinity. Call but an offering will be taken at getting to be quite interesting to
1 equipment of the school.
the women o f this place. Their
The place does not permit a sa on or phone H. C. Atwell, phone the close o f the lecture.
The honorary members of the
for next meeting, Feb
loon within its borders and a
W. C. T. U. rendered an excel
is: Where the family
booze vendor would last scarcely
Any member o f the Woman’ s
lent program at the regular
At a meeting o f the Scoggins thirty minutes if he happened to Club wishing to submit her name To the Voters o f Washington is co-operative as regards duties,
meeting o f the Union at the
pleasures, etc., how is the rela
Valley and Patton Valley and stray into town.
The people as a candidate for appointment
Christian church, Friday after
between parents and
other telephone people, held at there figure that they can get by the State Board to Conven
I am a candidate for the office
Gaston Saturday, it was reported along very nicelv without that tion o f the General Federation at o f County Clerk, and have filed children affected?
The meeting opened with a
short song service, following that rural lines in \amhill county kjnci 0f peopie. Dairying is quite San Francisco June 25, tele a petition asking to have my
which Dr. W. M. Semones led get central rates at a much low- an ¡ntlustry around Forest Grove, phone CorresiK>nding Secretary. name placed on the official nom
or figure than is paid by the where a condensing factory is Mrs. E. E. Williams, by Friday
an inspiring devotional service.
Attorney John Stevenson was
Washington county farmers. The located. Every morning wagon night. Delegates will pay their inating ballot o f the Republican out over Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. J. S. Bishop gave an inter
party for the primary election to
report seems to be well founded load after wagon load of milk is own expenses.
esting talk on recent progress in
be held April 19, 1912.
Gladys and Minerva Vermilyea
and is causing much dissatisfac brought into this factory and the
temperance work, giving a com
came out to Mr. Frost’ s Friday
tion among local telephone people. dairymen
are getting good
prehensive view of both gains
myself, if elected, to perform the evening, Minerva returning to
There is a movement on foot prices.
and losses for reform forces. He
The management at the green-1 duties o f said office as prescribed her school work Monday and
looking toward the establishment
Gladys staying over for the week.
“ Among the important busi house reports a large and grow
brought out clearly the thought
by law and for the best interests
of a mutual central station by ness places is the Forest Grove
The dance at the hall Saturday
that national prohibition of the
ing local trade from Forest Grove
several rural companies.
night was well attended, and a
Planing Mill, owned and operat and nearby towns, for which o f the public.
liquor traffic is the only way to
E dw . C. L uce ,
good time is reported.
A surprise party was tendered ed by Messrs. Loynes & Moore, they are duly appreciative.
strike at the root of that great
Mrs. Austin Buxton is feeling
Mrs. Turmblin, of Portland, is
better than last week and
Mr. ' Chas Pratt took for
the guest o f Mrs. McDermott
a part of each day.
his topic the present outlook for occasion being in honor o f her towns around there with the re
At the meeting of the Aid last
reform forces. His view o f the eighteenth birthday. About fif- suit that they keep a number o f
few members were pres
situation was most hopeful and
ent, several being prevented
encouraging, showing the many
called on Mrs. McDermott last famous march to the sea, helped from coming on account o f sick
ways in which public sentiment
Pern Patton and wife attended contracting business. Mr. Loynes
ness. The next meeting will be
the MaximumB of the Methodist held on Thursday, February 15,
is changing for the better, and the surprise party at the Bemiss has built himself a fine home on week.
one o f the principal residence
Sunday school to pass a very at Mrs. LaMont’ s. There is work
how a view backward, not for home Saturday.
to do and the Aid is owing a
pleasant evening Friday.
one year but for one hundred
small bill which it is anxious to
years, shows progress that is in
pay. Please be present if possi
o f II. f C.
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1 0f which are surrounded wdth milk to all parts o f the city for 6 conducted, by devious ways, to
will milk them on his own ac various fruit trees. Roy Loynes cents per quart, delivered night the parlors o f the church, each ble. All ladies of the neighbor
The songs given by Rev. D. T.
hood are cordially invited to
is engaged in the undertaking and morning. I will do my best one being halted on the picket meet with us.
Thomas and Prin. H. C. Bates
H. C. Smith and C. E. Dixon business and has an establish- to satisfy you. A. K inney , Dai- line, and required to “ advance
were well rendered and much
Esther Dilley and Doris Woods
in the Grove on business ment that would be a credit to a ryman, Third St., Forest Grove, and give the countersign.”
were up to visit Rhea Bailey Sat
city the size o f Portland.”
The large parlor had been ar- urday afternoon.
In a few appropriate and stir- Monday afternoon.
Former Councilman Replies
to Communication Pub
lished Last W eek.
IN THIS CITY
A. E. Lindstr; m Pays Visit
To Old Friends in City
of Forest Grove.
Churches Will Unite Sunday
Night to Attend Address
of Eugene W. Chafin