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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1913.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
By M. QUAD
Copyright, 1911, by Associated Lit
e ra ry Press.
J. Bond gave a very interest
Paul Griffith has purchased a
lot o f C. E. Hall and contem ing address to the High School
plates the erection of a bungalow last Monday morning on
in the spring.
Things we A dvice.”
January clearance sale now on
Ivan Noble has been ill with
at Paterson’s Furniture store in pneumonia the last week.
The High School band is gett-
9tf ing in good trim to play at the
V A V .’.
Capital and Surplus
$ 6 0 , 0 0 0 .
Abraham Scott, who was, o f course,
tailed Abe by all who called him any-
* * a
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thing, had reached the age of twenty-
five before he fell in love. He had
been a farmer's hired man for years land, was a guest at the home of
and years, and it bad come to that Henry Scott last week.
point where he was spoken o f as an
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Scott and son
old bachelor and a man whom Cupid
of Cherry Grove, were
could never lead astray.
ft,’ , .
There is a psychological moment in spending last week with rela
Shearer & Son are prepared to ,,a-'!'lu' t ” lll‘ Rame next
rriuay ttie ufe ot every human being, and
B o a r d o f D ir e c t o r s :
tives and friends here.
do all kinds o f watch repairing evening, when Pacific
meets Abe Scott's moment came one day
Miss Sharp, o f Kelso, Wash.,
B McMinnville college.
when he was mowing hay by the road-
T. W. Sain
W. K. Newell
promptly and accurately.
An agent for a patent corn
has taken the primary depart
best of workmanship.
Miss Bertha Dorris, a teacher sbeiier got down from his wagon to
Geo. G. Hancock
L. J. Cori
on the fence and have a ment of the school.
- t of in the H . S., visited in Portland take a sent
When you want the
talk with the sweating mower.
H. H. Wahl, with his wife and
“ See here, man,” be said, “ you are
home-made candy, call at the
Irene Robinson is back at making a slave o f yourself, and it isn’t daughter, o f Gifford, Idaho, is
Fern Cove confectionery, on Pa-
right. Why, you ought to have a farm spending a week with his brother,
cific avenue. Fresh every day. school after a short illness.
o f your owu and be working for your- S. L. Wahl.
Harriet Benjamin has returned self.”
Good to eat.
Two sons of W. B. Ogilve have
“ How am I going to get a farm?”
H. J. Wright has purchased a to school after a severe cold
: asked Abe ns he thought o f the hun been sick several weeks.
lot in Hall’s addition, and will
dred dollars saved up iu his truuk.
“ .Marry one. aud a mighty hue look
MRS. N. E. FAIRCHILD
erect a handsome brick bunga
oldest one to have typhoid fever.
ing widow with it!"
low in the spring. Part o f the
Offices, with Forest Grove Press, Hoffman Building.
“ Shoo! Who’d have me?”
Mrs. Pauline Matteson is the
material has been ordered.
“ Who'd have you? Let’s see about
Law Office, M. B. Bump, Hillsboro.
1 that. About tweuty-four or twenty- guest of Mrs. It. Matteson in
Claims allowed by the Com
dve years old. Strong and rugged, Forest Grove.
Her husband, j
G U A R A N T E E S R E L IA B L E SER V ICF
missioner’s Court, January term,
i Not handsome, but mauly. Good dispo
who has been confined to his
approximately as follows: For
Would make a farm blossom iu every room for the last six weeks at
supplies, $145.69; Circuit Court
I fence corner. Would be elected county the sanitorium, with typhoid [
Jurors, $550.00; Special Jurors,
supervisor within two years. Why.
man. there are dozens o f widows with fever, is very much cheered by j
her daily visits.
1 farms who are waiting for you.”
“ I never heard o f it." said Abe as a
The Land of
Wm. Haek has joined the Fern
1 thrill came to his heart.
Cove confectionery staff.
“ Well, you henr o f it now. I’ve got
Haek is an experienced candy j
a widow in mind at this very moment.
| She's just bought the Smith farm, two
maker, and is turning out the
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miles down the road.
sweetest and most delicious of
That was a long afternoon for Abe.
Reached by the
The infant son o f R. D. Hol-
home-made candies, fresh every
He had thoughts—many thoughts. He
j had so many thoughts and he took so
much time to wrestle with them that with a bad cold that threatened
The young daughter o f Mr.
the farmer for whom he worked said to develop into pneumonia.
to him when supper time came:
and Mrs. John Boeker, Irene,
'V i s u n s e t \ m 1
Most o f the fruitgrowers of
“ Abe. you must have eaten too much
died recently in Hillsboro. Fu First Woman to Vote at City pork and beans today, and it tired you
David’s Hill attended the meet
Election in Forest Grove
neral services were held last
' out to lug them around.”
ing of the association at the can
That evening the hired man did
Saturday, Father Mark W. Lap-
nery Saturday. A good many
Hay For The Moose.
family beyond measure. He dressed have already signed up the con
family formerly resided in Green
The other day William Allen up iu his best nnd set oflr down the tracts for delivery ot their fruit
L O W ROUND TRIP FARES
White, head of the Bull Moose road aud did not return until mid the coming season.
night. At the breakfast table next
The Mother’s Meeting o f the party in Kansas, says the Kan morning they tried to pick it out of
Thad Stevenson has been hav
W. C. T. U. will be held at the sas City Journal, sent a letter to him. but he was blushingly silent. He
ing a tussel with the chicken-
Christian Church, Friday, Jan. Fred Hammond, of Burlington, wouldn't have told for three mouths'
wages, and yet he had only gone on a pox for several days the past j
W OODBUR N
17, at 3 p. m. Mrs. Boldrick saying, “ The Bull Moose needs scout. He had walked past the wid-
M c M i n n v i l l e
week, but is now about well.
will lead the devotional and Mrs. more hay.
Please raise some 1 ow's farm and felt guilty as he did so.
and from other Main Line and Branch Line Points to Los Angeles,
W. A. Smith, o f Minnt a; o! s t e money among the brethren and
Colton, Pasadena, Riverside, San Barnadino and other California points
thing, but felt bolder. On the third house on the question of the Gov
Mothers’s m e e t i n g .
Every send it to m e.”
with stop-overs in either direction and long return limit.
evening he got up the courage to call
mother is urged to be present.
Now Hammond happens to be and ask for a drink o f water. TL* ernor being authorized to ap
THROUGH TRAIN SERVICE DAILY
Rev. and Mrs. Crooks, the sing an ardent stand-patter. So he widow fetched the dipper with her point special prosecutors to en
San Franmrn FYnrPS 5 * With Observation Car. Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleep-
own hands and passed a few remarks, force the criminal laws o f the
* in# Car and all-steel high back seat coaches and dining car.
ing evangelists now at the Meth skirmished around town and and Abe went home feeling what love
California FxnrPSa * With Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars, all-steel high back day
* coaches and dining car.
odist church, will attend this found a Confederate $50 bill. was. He realized that he was struck
All trains connect at San Francisco with through Eastern trains
meeting and render several se He sent it to White with this let 1 on the widow, and yet he fel* that she the affirmative. The next meet
via Ogden or South through Los Angeles and the Sunset Route.
was so far above him that he would
For fares, sleeping car accommodations, tickets, or literature on California,
“ The money enclosed was never dare approach the subject of ing o f the literary society will
call on nearest agent, or write
good enough for the fellows who matrimony. He said this to the corn be Friday evening, Jan. 24th.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland Oregon
Tompkins’ Hired Man.
fought the Republican party in
tlie man replied:
"I didn't figure that you would do
The play produced in the Star
theatre last Wednesday night by It ought to be good enough for any courting in the ordinary way, bnt
that romance would help you out."
the Catholic young people o f St. you.”
“ I guess i'll give it up," suld Abe in
Anthony s parish was a decided
"And I guess yon won’t! I've set
success in every way.
out to do n good thing for you, and
young amateurs played their re
I'm going to put it through. Now.
then, get down here in tills fence cor
spective parts with the art of
Dora Cole is very ill with pneu- j
ner in the shade and let me talk to
professionals, showing in every
you like a Dutch uncle.”
particular the painstaking coach
That talk lasted an hour. Fortunate
Mr. Haney is still on the sick
draw your Attention
ly for Abe. the farmer was away from list.
ing o f Rev. Father Buck. A
to this R e i n f o r c e d
home that day: otherwise he would
crowded house witnessed the
You can in
There are quite a number of
have been dowu to see If his hired man
performance at the Star, and the
spect one at the shop of
was asleep. Abe's behavior the rest cases o f croup and la grippe in
G. C. Danielson,
of the day set the good wife to won
same conditions prevailed at Cor
Pacific Ave., Forest Grove.
At the Congregational church dering if he was losing his mind. He
nelius and Brevoort, where the
They handle Reinforce i and Ordinary Framed Bicycles in many
was very silent, but she saw on his
Jack Byers was reappointed
play was also produced. Father the topic for the Sunday morn face a look she bad never noticed there
Variations at a wide range o f prices but only o f the kind that
gives entire satisfaction. Buying a Bicycle is like buying a Watch.
Buck may fake his players to ing service will be, “ Christian before—a look of grim determination.
Do not depend upon the nice y enameled frame, demand to see the
The state examinations will be
Hillsboro, where a strong de- Worldliness.” The evening topic She wondered if tie was going to do
works. Get Cyclew'se You are safe at Danichon'i Gyclery.
or die. He didn't leave the house that
frame up another Demonstration for next week. Watch form e.
mand has been made to see th e ! " ill be, "W hat doest Thou Here.” evening, but the next moruiug he an held Thursday and Friday. They !
The Cycle Expert.
nounced that lie was going to the vil are to be conducted by Mr. H e e -!
young folks on the stage, It
would be hard to pick out one THE CHRISTIAN
farm. No explanations whatever, lie
Mr. Garrigus preached at the
particular player for extra praise,
Rev. ( ’. F. Swandor, o f Port- Just put on Ids Sunday best and start
us the work o f ail was o f an ex and, will speak at the Christian ed off. He was going to call on the Thatcher church Sunday night.
The Sunday School held its an
cellent character, and each and j church next Sunday morning, widow, not only Iu broad daylight, but
K. N. S t a e h r
P. A . K i r c h h e i n e r
In the forenoon. Ills knees were weak
every member o f the cast played [ n the evening the pastor will and Ids heart thumping, but lie forced nual election o f officers last
With a few exceptions
a “ star” part.
speak; subject, "T heThree Most himself forward. At the gate he gave week.
a gasp, but Ills legs took him to the the old officers were re-elected.
Notorious Bad Bargains o f His side porch, where the woman sat peel
Card of Thank».
tory.’ ’ It is hoped that those ing potatoes for the 12 o'clock meal.
Report On Public Library.
To the many friends and neigh- who took their stand for Christ She recognized him as the man she
bad served with water, hut had not
For the year ending Dec. 31,
hors who came to our aid with in the Smith and Stone meetings spoken yet when Al>o stood liefore her
1912, the report o f the librarian
sympathy and material assist- last Sunday afternoon, and sign- with uucovered head and said:
"W idow Rodney. I'm Abe Scott, hired o f the Rogers City library shows
anee when the death o f our lov- ed for the Christian church will
man for Farmer Taylor. I'm worth a membership of 1181.
ing husband and father occur- be present at this service. Men’ s $100 and a hustler to work. I'm In
60 acre farm, four miles from Forest Grove, 2 miles from
red, we desire to express our day in the Rible-sehool will In? love with you and want you for a wife,
railroad station. 12acres cleared, 3 0 acres slasned, balance
gratitude and sincere observed, and there will be i can play on the fiddle, play checkers, received by donation.
in timber, fair house and good barn, all kinds o f fruit.
I don't snore, if you don't say umes are now in the library.
Mrs. Joseph Taylor,
special features by the men. A and
This place can be had for $60 per acre, although the land
yes |'ll alaluct you ami imprison you
Mrs. R. M. Taylor,
cordial invitation is extended to
a cave until I break your haughty Those who have given books are:
next to it sells for $150 to $200 per acre, but owner wants
spirit. Answer me yes or no and at Mesdames
R. M. Taylor.
go away. Here is a snap for someone.
once, for I am a man not to lie trifled Rogers. Bailey, Hanna. Farn-
The widow heard hint through and ham,Clark and Messrs Bates and
80 acres o f land, 2 miles from Gaston. 30 acres cleared,
then laughed so heartily that some of Welles.
small house and fair barn. This land is right on a good
the |*>tatoe* rolled out of the pan. Abe
P I L R E 'S a heap of real satisfaction in
road and can be had for $60 per acre with small payment
stood for a moment with a very red
Don’ t overlook the clearance
* knowing that the prescription of your fami
face and then turned and walked for
or owner will take Forest Grove property in part
sale at Patersons.
the gate. He had almost reached it
ly physician will be carefully com pounded
give long time on balance.
ductions all over the salesroom.
when the woman called-
when a loved one is sick. (¡[Our graduate
"Hold on. there’ Come hack and let's Everything in furniture
and registered pharmacists make no substi
talk It over!"
Fine 40 acre farm with new buildings and all kinds of
If vour watch breaks down
Six montha later they were married,
located on good county road. This place can be
and for the next ten year» the corn take it to Shearer & Son. the
had for $3.500. Unimproved land surrounding it sells
»heller man could not think of the In. Forest Grove jewelers, for the
P A C IF IC D R U G C O .
eident without exclaiming to himself:
readily for $150 per acre.
"Go»h au hemlock, but what a fool I necessary repairs. Work guar
w m !"
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M a k e s Y o u r A b stra c t
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C hurch .
FOREST GROVE REAL ESTATE CO.
Some of This Week’s Bargains.