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FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1913.
Scenes at the Notable Funeral
Of the Hon. Whitelaw Reid
CENTRAL LIVERY BARN
McNamer & Wirtz, Prop’rs
Tillamook Stage Line
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will be given
H E A T IN G
Great Special Feature
W . O. Wagner & Sons
Forest Grove, Oregon
Photos by American Press Association.
HE funeral of the late Whitelaw Reid, American ambassador to Eng
Innd, was attended by hundreds of notables when held In the Cathe
dral of S t John the Divine, In New York, after the arrival of the
British cruiser Natal with the body. Marines from our own battle
ships acted as escort of honor. The coffln was carried to and from the church
on a gun carriage properly guarded. President Tnft and the Hon. James
Bryce, British ambassador at Washington, were among the distinguished men
who paid their last respects to the dead. The picture shows the scene outside
the edifice and the coffin being carried from the cathedral.
Main Street Garage
Auto Repairing, Vulcanizing and
General Machine Work. Storage
Phone Main 62X
W . A . CHALM ERS,
Main Street, Forest Grove.
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Ready for business
New Lumber Company
All kinds o f Building Ma
terials, Kiln Dried Finish,
Dry Shiplap in any quan
Sash and Doors
Call and get prices. We
are here for business and
want to make your ac-
Willis-Place Lumber Co.
Phone 0 1 X
South A Street
Forest Grove, Or.
S T A R
T H E A T R E
Motion Picture Exhibition
The Best Pictures Obtainable
Every Film A Winner
Drama, Comedy, Laughter and Pathos
Look! Can You Beat It?
Dress Fabrics............................. at 50c per yard
Corn, ...........................................3 cans for 25c
Tomatoes........................................3 cans for 25c
String Beans.................................. . 10c per can
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Discount in trade for
Cash in 30 days at
The Sun-Rise Grocery
Pacific Avenue and 3rd Street.
The heart o f the small boy
! was made glad by the snow
which fell recently and he en
joyed himself to the utmost.
| The only damage done here was
; the breaking o f telephone wires.
Quite a number o f Orencoites
attended the entertainment at
Hillsboro on Wednesday night
I given by the Jubilee singers.
Peter Riedweg did not get the
roof on bis new livery stable in
| time to keep the snow out.
Three of the eighth grade pu
pils here took the examinations
at Hillsboro last Thursday and
Several of our citizens have
had a siege of the grippe. Mr.
McDonald was the first to come
j down with the dread disease.
Mr. Power was next, and even
the doctor did not escape, for he
was laid up several days. The
doctor was not like the Indian
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for he built a small fire and put
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his feet clear around the stove
and put in his time reading
about Tom Sawyer and 11uckle-
Grove, we are living in total
ignorance o f the outside world.
Mr. and Mrs. Demoss visited
at Mr. Kennedy’s Sunday.
Deep snow is hard on the
China pheasants and other birds,
The pheasants come quite close
to the buildings in hope o f find
Mrs. Knighten has been quite
ill but is able to be up around the
house this week.
Grandma McCoy has been
suffering with neuralgia.
Rather a small school this %
week owing to the heavy snows.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Frost were
taking a sleigh ride Sunday
afternoon and called at Marion
A flock o f wild geese flew
south over the hill Tuesday and
were quite low, owing to the
fog, no doubt.
John Frost was up on the hill
Sunday, to get a chance to slide
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Miss Maude Lilly spent Satur-
g unj ay
with friends in
p orest Grove.
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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pierce,
o f Forest Grove, spent Sunday
at the home o f Mr. and Mrs.
The Wilson River mail carrier
reports snow 6J feet deep on the
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Mrs. J. J. Adkins gave a party
her home last Saturday even
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ing in honor o f her sister, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Stevenson Esther F’ ratt.
went to F'orest Grove Tuesday to were Mr. and Mrs. James
do some shopping. All have to Churchill, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
go to town sometimes, even if S a r g e n t , Edythe Churchill,
the „ roads
_ are very bad. ,
Esther Pratt, Tessie Johnson,
Edna Lilly. Ethel Adkins, Arlie
in town at Dr. Geiger’s last week and Ethel Fineout, Guss Gean,
and attended the Evangelist Howard Lilly, Herb Kile, Nor
man Lilly, Willis Hines, Bernnie
There was no Sunday School Churchill, Robert Lilly and Eu
Sunday on account o f the deep gene Loving. The evening was
spent in playing games, after
The dwellers on David's Hill which a dainty lunch was served.
enjoyed some fine scenery last All had an enjoyable time.
Nearly two feet of snow
Mr. Bacon, o f F'orest Grove,
had fallen and every kale plant,,
. . .
has been stocking up the people
was a miniature Lsquuno house; , ~
. , o f Ga es Creek with the Aladdin
every grapevine was surmounted . . . .
. . .
.. , .. ' lighting svstem the past week,
by an overhanging roof o f white B
and the fruit and forest trees in
^ ur telephone system has been
their ermine cloaks made a won- knocked out since last Friday on
derfullv beautiful picture.
account of the storm and we
j a y a n (j
The rain which fell during the d» " ' ' know ho'v much
day and night Monday, continu- w" ‘ '*»■ “ our connert,on w,th
F'orest Grove is completely cut
ing Tuesday, settled the snow a|
a great deal.
Our mail man failing to make:
the Hill Saturday or Monday,
ijT crtrt/ J ra çjflrïi
and the telephone lines being
mmm rime mcm r
down between here and the
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