Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, March 06, 1913, Image 8

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    FOREST GROVE PRESS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY. MARCH 6, 1913.
A L ESTATE
^ ACTIVITY
W e Offer You
these qualities in
Crescent Brking Powder
Greater leavening power, (20 to
25"/c more, absolute purity—guaran­
teed -fo r a moderate price,
WIFE SUES FATHER-IN-LAW • '
I
Woman Demands $25,000 for ^
Loss o f Her Husband's
Love.
Hillsboro, Ore.— Lydia L. Mul-
loy, wife o f Alfred Mulloy, of
Furnished by Wilkes Abstract Co. of|Hillsboro
Laurel, 10 miles south o f this
Felix Verhoeven and wf to H Hav-
Transfers for week ending Febru­
city, has filed suit in the circuit
erdale lots 7 and 8, blk 1; lots 1, 2,
ary 24, 1913.
court asking for $25,000 for
Harry A Alexander and wf to Guy ? 3, and 4. blk 2; and lots 1 and 2 in
alienation o f her husband’ s affec­
Alexander lot 3, blk 18, Beaverton $1. blk 7, all of Knob Hill Addition to
tions. E. C. Mulloy, father of
A L StevenBon and wf to Charles F Forest Grove $24.
Peterson and wf 10 acres on Base Line
K C Itobenow and wf et al to Ore-
the young man is made d efen d -!
Road adjoining Forest Grove $10.
non Electric Railway Co 20 acres in
ant.
Myrtle Hurlburt and bus to Claudio sec II, 1 N 2 $10.
The Mulloys were married in
Fontana lot 147 and 8 % of lot 140,
O F Cooke and wf to Fred \V Hoff-
January,
1911, and the wife
Beaverton-Reedville Acreage $10.
j man 3.01 acres In Win and Martha
swears
that
the father o f her
We
will
send
you,
upon
request
John Pearson and wf to M F John- Painter
DLC in sec
12, 1 S 1 $1404.-
and a two cent stamp, our Cook
husband constantly attempted to
Bon lots 3 and 14, blk 2, Sherwood 3.7.
Book containing recipes for eggless
Acres $200.
Ur Ernest Everest admr to Thomas
make him believe that he mar­
cakes, puddings, etc.
Ernest Haberstroh and wf to Mrs Talbot undivided 6-8 int in lot 4, blk
ried beneath his station in life. \
Martha Smith 100 x 75 ft on
Base 29 Cornelius $200.
Crescent Manufacturing Company
She says that in January o f the j
Line road near Corneliuu $10.
George W Clarke to Albert J
Seattle, Washington
present year she was induced to j
Mary Hayes and bus to Oral Card- Clarke et al
14 acres in Michael
______________________________ settle her rights with her hus- j
iter
acre in see 31 1 N 2 $700.
Moore OLC No 41, 1 S 2 $10.
band for $750 and that thereup-1
Albert C Mulford and wf to Annette
Harper W Skuse and wf to Joseph-
Joe Ramsey, of Portland, was on bfc forced her to leave his I
Wickham et al 15.29 acres in IJudley P Cronin tract in sec 24, 1 S 1 $1.
John W Reynolds and wf to Ada visiting his parents in this city bome
R Duston DLC No 60, 1 N 1 $50.
Melissa K Richard and hus to Wal­ M Billings et al lots 3, 4, 5, Beaver Sunday.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
25c a pound
At your
Grocers; Ask
him for it.
Immense consignments
of new spring and sum­
mer goods are on the
way to re-stock our var­
ious departments.
Everything of the latest
style and best o f quality
will shortly be offered
the discriminating buy­
ers by the
I
ter K and Lee Porter lots 3 and 4 of Acres $10.
The inaugural address o f Presi- t h e CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
Alb rt M Kobersteiln and wf to Wil­
sec 31, 1 N 4 $850.
dent
Wilson will be found in this
At the Christian church next [
It M Banks and wf to Annie
M liam A Gilmour 4Vi acres in sec 1, |'
issue
o f the Press.
Beard part of lot 8,*blk 2, Hunks 1 S 1 $1900.
Sunday evening, the Christian
Elmer E Vaughn and wf to H D
Rev R. M. Cole has purchased Endeavor society wU1 occupy the
$700.
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l l . i t V-I / v n
1 n
«-v ft-« T.1 . 4- 4- Ift
Dreisbach
and wr lots 2 and 3, blk the
B. W.
Haines
place
on Fifth
The Oregon Iron & Steel Company
to Joe Ego NVi of S W li
S 2 $1 etc.
sec 33, 2
O W Olson and wf to G W Carlson
lots 1 and 2, blk 5, Plneland Terrace
$10. etc.
Trustees of Tualatin Plains Pres­
byterian Church to J B Imlay
lot
107 In the grounds belonging to said
Church $15.
6 ~
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t Burlon ' H X n ! L
wf to John
Matlnolich tra<ts lo and ii, blk
i.
North Hillsboro Acres $10.
Janu s H Sewell to Katherine Ku
low 3 acres in William Baldra
No 58, 1 N 2 »300.
Alvin R Hurst and wf to VV E Neff
SV4 of NV£ of NWV4 sec 32, 3 N 3
8 ir e ta ’ m o v ,n K m u ,,s w eeK ‘
Mr. and Mrs. Ihomas School-
craft, o f Dilley, were visiting
friends in the Grove Tuesday.
When you commence house-
cleaning don’ t forget to kalsomine
the walls. The best at G. G.
$ 10 .
Paterson’ s, Forest Grove. 18tf
Jotty Campbell Vanderhoof and hus
Bring your wool and mohair to
to W K Smith Jr lot 24, Nichols Add A. G. Hoffman and Company for
No 2 to Garden Home, in sec 24, 1
highest cash price.
18tf
evening hour with an especially
arranged program o f great in-j
terest. The program is entitled
“ The Dreamer.” An American!
jrjri has a dream in which repre-
sentatives from different coun |
tries appear and tell the story of
their country. The visitors from j
foreign countries all appear in !
costume. There will be special
musical features, and an opening j
selection by the newly organized j
A. G. HOFFMAN CO
FOREST G R O V E , OREGON
W atch for our ad’s
Trustees of Tualatin Plains Pres­
byterian Church to C A Kelly lot 106
In the grounds belonging to said
Church $15.
S 1 $10.
Newton c Smith to Fisa a Schna I Herb Smith, o f Patton V alley.! orchestra.
You cannot afford to
First Congregational Church off For­
. , ,
,
s hna w9„ s„ m nn
atroota T um J qv miss this evening
o f , education
est Grove to A Ben Korl S W 'i
of bed 4o acres in Edwin i! Comfort and was seen on our streets luestlay
.
,enjD~
and
interest.
It
will
be a very
lot 159, Forestview Cemetery $4.
wf DLC in sec 26, 1 S 2 $10.
c, , , r,
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Staehrs Bazaar is having a
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Read M » Economy Hints” on . « U . on fo M »«.» pens this month.
! lhe
Autofiller
fo u n t a in ----
fiv t‘-
lh " , Aui ? n" er
t0U" tai n pen
Dan Pierce was a Portland will be sold 25 per cent off regu-
visitor Saturday.
ar ^ rice- Every pen guaran-
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman
made a business trip to the Rose
J. Jones, of Patton Valley, was city yesterday,
a Grove caller Saturday.
The Chief of Police has estab-
Some bargains in soaps at the lished an office in the rear of the
Poorest Grove Pharmacy, lfi-tf ! Forest Grove Fish Market.
The Perry residence on Fifth
street has been sold to Geo.
Chapman.
We give you the highest class
meal in the city at the lowest
price.
Forest Grove Oyster
House.
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Stephen Arnold and wife, o f
Portland, spent Sunday with
Mrs. G. Boldrick and Mrs. G. C.
Burke.
H. W. Maynard, of Olympia,
Washington, has purchased the
210 acre ranch of ( R. (\>x, in
Cedar Canyon The considera­
tion was $21,000.
When you are wanting some­
thing that is par excellent for
cleaning, whitening and pre­
serving the teeth go to the For­
est Grove Pharmacy and get the
P'lorentine Tooth Paste, the best
yet
to tf
A new and up-to-date line o f
wall paper in many handsome
patterns. P l a i n , figured and
novelty goods to select from.
All prices to fit all pockets. Pat­
erson’ s Furniture Store. Forest
Grove.
18tf
Several stables have already
taken up quarters at the local
track, and training preparations
are going rapidly forward.
This store's reputation is built
anew on every sale that is made
here. W e’re willing to let it rest
on the next jewelry purchase
you make here. Shearer & Son.
Forest Grove.
18tf
mg service will be at the usual
h
nd the Bible school ser.
vice
at ten 0.clock.
W
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BUYING BY
TELEPHONE
The easiest, quickest, simp­
lest, most pleasing method o f
placing orders for right-away
delivery. Call 901.
That’s
all no trouble to you, or extra
cost. Our stock is complete
in evei5 department. Call ns
first and save time and trouble.
Forest Grove Pharmacy
Th< I'p-lo-the Minute Druggists
in a saucepan, cover with cold water,
near Soda Springs, was a Grove place on the fire nnd boil for about ten
minutes. Flavor by adding a little
shopper Saturday.
H. N . Maynard, w h o purchas-
ed the Cox farms in Cedar Can-
yon, was in town today attending
to the assembling o f new ma-
cbjnery for his farms. Here-
after the place will be known as
Loch Doon Farms, named after
that part o f Scotland where Mr.
Maynard visited last year in the
interests o f agriculture.
lemon rind.
Mix n littio cornstarch
With water ami thicken by adding this
lo ,,ie *tew»>d
t'se n teaspoon-
ful o f cornstarch to each half pound
o f raisins.
Brown Raisin Brend.—Take a cupful
each o f cornmeal, ryemeal nnd whole
wheat flour. Sift these together, then
add one teaspoonful salt nnd two ten-
spoonfuls melted butter. Add to these
one nnd three quarter cupfuls water,
three-quarters o f n cupful o f molasses,
two nnd a hnlf teaspoon fills o f soda
nnd one cupful raisins. Steam for
four hours.
Alva Patten, o f this city, visit­
A W in t e r P ie.
Raisin Pie.—Take a cupful and a
ed the Christian Endeavor So­
half of flour, a tablespoonful o f lard
ciety at Beaverton Sunday.
Today’s store ads alone would
make this newspaper important
to every housewife in the city.
We believe that it is a valuable
issue, aside from the ads in it.
but w e’ re glad that it carries’to
the homes o f the city so many
opp
opportunities
for economies and
auv antagesin buying.
Bring Us Your Produce.
We are giving special prices
for poultry and veal and all other
farm produce. We are the orig­
inators o f “ Cash for Produce.”
Schultz Pure Foot! Market and
Grocery, Forest Grove.
18tf
nnd one of sugar, a half teaspoonful
of salt and a half pound of seeded
raisins.
Wash the rnislns. Tut on with one
cupful cold water. As soon ns they
boil add a little cornstarch, wet with
cold water. Add the sugar nnd remove
from fire at once, but keep warm to
till into the pie.
Sift the flour nnd salt into a bowl,
add the lard and rub in very lightly,
kdd enough cold water to hold togeth-
,r. Roll out half the dough on a flour­
ed iKNird. Line pie dish with the roll­
ed dough and fill It with the raisins.
Roll out the remainder of the dough.
Wet the edges with cold water and
cover. Brush the top with milk. Bake
twenty minutes In hot oven.
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YOUNG WOMAN !
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^ra ^ rown»
Hillside, was a
I Grove visitor Saturday.
it c h e n
J. L. Loving, o f Gales Creek, ;
called on local merchants Satur­
upboard
day.
D A IN T IE S W IT H R A IS IN S .
Some exceedingly low prices j
Two octogenarians, Mr. Walsh
AIS1XS
are a veritable boon to
, on choice Toilet soaps at the
the housewife in winter, when
and Mrs. Doorward, aged 85 and Forest Grove Pharmacv. 18tf
there is not much choice In the
82 respectively, died at their
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,
matter of fruits. They are very nutri­
homes near Sherwood the first ot .
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tious. containing ns they do from 50
, j
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in a sawmill on Giles Creek, was to 75 per cent of grape and other fruit
the week.
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a Groye visitor Saturday.
sugars.
Raisins are really dried
Just arrived in the city today
grapes.
a fresh supply o f Whitman’s
Jewelry repairs are a part of
To stone the raisins pour boiling wa­
ter
over them nnd let It stand for
chocolates at the Forest Grove ttlis store’s claim to usefulness.
five or ten minutes. Then drain off
Pharmacy.
18tf
Tl'e J°b must suit you—whether the water and rub each raisin between
it’s a trifling one, or a big one. the thumb aud forefinger until tlv
Hal B , one o f the West’s
Shearer & Son, Forest Grove. seeds slip out. Select for use fruit that
greatest sires, will be brought to
Is absolutely fresh.
18tf
the McCan track by his owner,
An Em ergency Jam.
When you want that suit
Nuts and raisins make a nice des
S. J. Vaughan, of Can by, April
pressed or cleaned take it to sert. Raisins in puddings add to their
1. Hal B. has a record c f 2:04A,
Marion Markham, who can do it, food value as well as make them more 1
and has sired 3(5 standard per­
palatable.
and
do it right.
Repairing a
Raisin Jam.—When other preserves
formers.
specialty.
Shop on P a c i f i c ure exhausted this may be made for
The house clocks are so much avenue.
an emergency. It tastes like grape
10-tf
jam. Wash and seed a pound of large
a prrt o f the home that they
Calvin Wylder, o f Hillside, sweet raisins. Put the fruit ou the
should he a delight to the eye, as
fire In a saucepan with a cup o f water, j
was
in this city Saturday.
well as truth-tellers. T h e s e
half a pound of sugar and half a grat­
Chas. VanDorens, of David’s ed nutmeg. Cook until thick. Then
we’ re offering answer to that de­
remove from the fire nnd serve cold.
scription. Shearer & Son, For­ Hill, was a Grove caller Monday.
Stewed Raisins.—Wash the raisins
est Grove,
18tf.
Mrs. Gertrude Williams, of carefully through several waters, put
Oliver Corl has moved his
Ladies wishing hair work done
household goods and family to a
switches and puffs made from
point near The Dalles, where he
your combings, will do well to
will be employed during the
call on or write Mrs. M. Chaddir-
summer months.
din, 1st door south photo gallery
Closset and Devers goods are 2nd and Washington Sts. Hills-
being demonstrated this week at boro, O n
All work guaran-
the Schultz Pure Food Market teeth
18-tf
and Grocery. Come in and get
acquainted with them.
ISt 1
Perhaps but one o f today’s
classified ads positively means
personal opportunity for you
and you’ ll readily identify it if
you try.
elaborately worked out program,
and very instructive. The pub-
¡ntited
Tlle m0,.n. !
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grapple with the world if necessary. Moreover, you can live in a re­
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Forest Grove, Oregon.
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