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FOREST GROVE PR SS, FOREST GROVE, OREGON. THURSDAY. JUNE 26, 1918.
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t S l t : iw ial Nan» of Simun \ (Euuntrg
hill towns” he says, ‘‘not where
T H E P R ES S P U B L IS H IN G CO
FO R EST GROVE. ORE.
there is the best job hut the
greatest need.” —Oregonian
T wo little boys of Buffalo,
285 Mew York, aged ten and nine
I years, while playing in a boat
T e rms o f S ub scriptio n
Sunday, were swept to death in
Six months, in advance....................... 7o the Niagara rapids, while hun-
Three months, in advance....... ............ 501 dreds
of men and women
watched them go to their doom,
THURSDAY. JUNE 26, 1913.
powerless to save them. When
the little fellows realized that
D isp lay a d v e rtis e m e n ts f o r p u b lic a tio n in th e
were doomed, they turned
P r e s s m u s t be in th in office n o t la te r th a n T u e s
d a y e v e n in g to in s u r e a p p e a ra n c e in c u r r e n t issue toward each
other and calmly
shook hands. Heroism such as
E n te r e d a t th e p o s t office a t F o r e s t G rove, O re.
this makes the nerves thrill. As
a s m a il m a tte r o f th e second c la ss.
long as a nation can produce
such hoys as these, it stands in
When I was a child I thought no danger of dissolution and de
as a child, but when I became a
man I put away childish things.
O f f i c e 502
T elephones :
Blushing June brides continue
to furnish interest in the social
life of the community, and a
number of house parties the
past week have enlivened
the afternoons and evenings,
The seashore and mountain re-
treats are calling and when
warm weather comes again the
exodus will be on.
Complimenting Mrs. Young,
of Seattle, a house guest of
Mrs. F. J. Miller, Mrs. E. E
Williams entertained at Bridge
bands of the ladies were pres
ent, and a very pleasant evening
served by the hostess.
Dr. D. W. Ward
Dr. E. B. Brookbank
Physicians and Surgeons
W . M. Langley & Son
Forest Grove, Ogn.
22 First Ave. North
Phone: Office 40x
Forest Grove, Ore.
W. P. DYKE
IL W . Vollmer, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Forest Grove N at’l Bank Bldg
Forest Grove, Ore.
Office in Abbott Bldg.
Forest Grove, Ogn.
J. N. Hoffman
A Silver Tea unique and out o ’
D R . C. E. W A L K E R
The social entertainment given the ordinary was given Friday
EQUITY AND PROBATE ONLY
by Mrs. Ives J. Hoar at her afternoon by Mrs. Mead Heath
Office Hoffman Lldg. Pacific Ave.
beautiful home in South Park, in honor of the Ladies Working Ind. Phone 502
Thursday, was most enjoyable. Society of the Congregationa
Tieatment by Special Appoint*
Cards at three tables was the church. A fanciful story, wiit
High honors were ten by one of the guests, which Mark B. Bump
taken by Mrs. C. E. Walker and had for its theme the reasons
Mrs. Charles Buchanan. Miss why the affair was not held some
W. Q. Tucker, M. D.
Minnie Myers was awarded con other day, furnished much South o f Court House
Physician c.nd Surgeon
solation. Dainty refreshments amusement, and was voted
Letter From Canada.
promptly day or night
The man or men who got away Montreal Canada —
very pleasing feature of the
Phone: Office 2V1, K e s i d e n c e 283.
with seventy suits from the An f have had a safe arrival here
Hollis & Graham
A happy family reunion was
derson store, Thursday night will but it has been pouring rain for
Dr. H. R. Kauffman
have enough wearing apparel to the past to days and it is quite held Tuesday at the home of Mr.
Miss Lea Slusser, who has
Physician & Surgeon
last until a Republican admini cold at Duluth the harbor was and Mrs. William Abernethy in been connected with the Conser
Office: F o r e s t G ro v e N a t ’l B an k B uilding:
stration goes in again.
I 'h o n e M ain 0131
full of broken ice and the boats South Park, the occasion being vatory of music at Pacific Uni
were plowing through it. The the golden wedding anniversary versity for the past four years,
Forest Grove, Ore.
Weather conditions have not men on the streets were in over of this prominent pioneer couple. will be married July, 23 at her E. B. Tongue,
been the opening wedge as a coats and winter clothing so 1 Mr. and Mrs. Abernethy were home in Portland, the groom-to
R. M. Erwin, M. D.
topic of conversation in Forest staid there only one day and married at The Dalles, and have be is Mr. Warren Hathway, of
Physician and Surgeon
Grove, the past week, but when then followed the south shore of made their home in Forest Grove Portlund. Miss Slusser was very
neighbors have met there has lake Superior for four hundred for the past nine years. Mr. popular with the students while
3d and Main Sts.
been a kind inquiry made as to thirty five miles to the eastern Abernethy is the son of the late she was connected with the
where each got that new suit. end and crossed into Canada George Abernethy, first Gover University. The past week she Yeager & Cornish
tnd followed the north shore ot nor of Oregon sent here by the has been-extensively entertainec
S. T. Linklater, M. B., C. M.
Attorneys at Law
Currency reform and tariff re Lake Huron six hundred miles President of the United States by Portland friends, Mrs. Paul
Physician and Surgeon
Hillsboro Commercial Bank Building
vision occupy the thoughts and to this place. Nearly all the to serve as Provisional Governor ine Miller-Chapman being hostes
Phone City 232
at a dinner party in honor of
time of Congress. If the Demo country from Duluth has been
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crats give us greater prosperity, logged over about thirty years
d.r li ghter of Oregon. This esti-
Dr. E. J. Crowthers
Wilson and his party may expect igo and is now grown over with
nv b!e couple have ten living
Physician and Surgeon
to be at the head of government willows, maples, firs and looks
Elmer H. Smith, M. D., D. O.
Iren, nine of whom were
A delightful affair of the past Calls answered day and night
for the next eight years, hut just about like an old burn. In
pr ’ ent to help celebrate the
Office in Jackson Pharmacy
otherwise look out for the Bull ill this region the farmers are occ ion. The oldest son, who week was a reception tendered
Chapter ‘‘D,” P. E. 0. of this
Cornelius, Ore. Calls answered day or night.
just beginning to plow and veg-
ives in Tacoma was unable to be city, at the home of Mrs. R. M.
Hillsboro National Bank Bldg.
itation to leaf out. If it is still
present. A bountiful wedding Gray, of Irivington. Chapter,
The Press has received letters
tinner was served to the daugh A. C. and E. of Portland, were W. B. COON, V. s .
from men in Kansas, Texas and
O f f i c e - on 1 st S t .
ters and grandchildren by Mrs. also present at the reception.
J. O. Robb, M. B. Tor.
Between Pacific and 1st Ave. S.
Missouri, the past week, asking may he a little warmer as I have Abernethy.
Die rooms were artistically de
Having bought out Dr. Feeley, Vet
for sample copies of this paper,
Physician and Surgeon
corated with white roses and the erinarian, I wish to notify the public Phone City 384
and for information regarding arriving here. 1 have not seen
Word has reached this city of
Rooms 4 and 5, Schulmerich Bldg.
the farming lands of Washing a flower in bloom anywhere in the marriage of Miss Clam P. E. 0. flower, marguerites, be- day or night.
Phone Main 95
F or es t G ro ve , O re
ton county. We have sent them
Pechin to Mr. H. F. White, the pink roses in the music room.
descriptive literature of the op
Dr. Clark Smith nuptuals occuring at the parson
portunities offered new settler;-
Dr. Smith was an old res age of the
in this garden spot of the world.
Bert Stiles and Alma Ruef
ident of Forest Grove and Cor
married in Forest Grovt
The heavy rains of the past nelius and his many friends in Mrs. Pechin, well known resi Saturday, and are now at home
week have ruined hundreds of these towns will be glad to hear dents of the Gales Creek section, aere. Miss Reuf taught school
tons of clover hay that is down of him.
and has taught school for sev for two years at Liberty, and is
in the fields, and the ground is
G aston R esident D ies.
eral years. She has many a member of the Reuf family
Twenty-five Instructors—Fifty Courses
bo wet that it is feared furthei
Josiah Thomas, aged seventy- friends in this city. Mr. White who resided at Suver for so long,
Distinguished Eastern Educators Added to Regular Faculty
loss will result. To counterbal >ne years, died at his home at is a prosperous farmer of Marion but lately moved to Washington
ance the loss in hay the rains Gaston June 19. Funeral servi county, and he and his bride are county. She is an estimable
University Dormitories Open. Board and Room at $3.50 per
have been of incalculable bene ces were held Saturday, ltev. now making their home there young lady, and known as out
W eek Reduced Railroad Rates.
fit to other crops, such as grain, Dix of the first Day Adventist on.
of the best school teachers.
For Complete Illustrated Catalog, Address the Registrar,
hops, and potatoes.
church officiating, with burial in
Everybody knows Bert, and con
University of Oregon, Eugene.
the Hill cemetery.
gratulates him on securing the
Eighty per cent of.the diseases \lr. Thomas was born in Wis party Tuesday in honor of the prize he has—Dallas Itemizer.
which alllict humanity are pre consin, and came to Washington thirteenth
birthday of her
ventable, writes a physician in county in 1871. He has made laughter, Miss Barbara, at the
Dr. and Mrs. II. R. Kauffman
Countless his home in and near Gaston country home of the Buchanans entertained, Sunday, at their
millions of dollars are lost to the continuously since coming west, near Cornelius, Young friends home on Pacific Avenue, Dr.
country every year through this and was prominent in the affairs of Miss Barbara to the number
' B IJ T T tig IC K . F A S H IO N S *
Kauffman’s brother N. B. Kauff
cause and hundreds of thousands of his community. His widow of sixteen went down from this man, of Portland, C. L. Nelson,
SUM M ER.
of lives are sacrificed. The and the following children sur city to lielj» her celebrate, and -a
of Lena, Illinois; Dr. A. G. Nel
awakening is coming, when edu
most delightful time was- had. son, of Chicago and G. W. Nel
cation along hygienic lines will E. Matteson and Mrs. A. Barnes, Games and music were the fea son of Seattle. These gentle
prevent this deplorable waste. A Gaston; John Thomas, Tillamook; tures of the day, the musical
men were boyhood friends in
sound mind in a sound body is Mrs. W. 11. Wall, of Gifford, numbers being rendered by the Illinois and this was the first
moie preferable than too much Idaho, and Mrs. I’. W. Watkins, Misses Phyllis Miller and Elida time they had all been together
wife of the Chief of Police of
knowledge of dead languages.
Loynes and Mrs. Charles Buch for fifteeen years. The reunion
anan. At evening Mrs. Buch was a most enjoyable affair, and
Concerted action on the part
anan brought the happy children several hours were spent by the
With and at a Will.
of every man, woman and child A drill ».-tm-ant will d itllins the re to their homes in her auto.
“ boys” in recounting the times
In the use or the rltle Rv
in Washington county will make ■mil
as carefree lads they
went smoothly until blank
the county fair to he held -r.vthlnn
in the old home
-m-trltlin*« were distributed
A pretty wedding oceured last
here next fall a success. This •rolls were Instructed to loud thefr
fair is to be an exhibition of the deoos anil stan d at the "ready." and Saturday at Cheery Grove when
Miss Jessie Scott became the
tlie sergeant cave the command:
products of Washington county, 'hen
T i r e at will!"
bride of Air. Earnest Blair, the
Miss Nellie Hall, of the Oak
and will be held not only for the P riv ate Dunn was puzzled He low ceremony being performed by Hill section, formerly of this
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- r e d Ids g u n
purpose of stimulating the far "W hich our Is WHIT" he naked —New the Rev. Snider at the home city, stole a march on her
mers, fruit raisers and cattlemen! Vork Post
which had just been furnished friends a week ago last Saturday
to greater efforts, but it will also
the young couple. Only the when she went to Vancouver,
He Listened to AH.
be for the purpose of attracting Knnti-imlle
ll»twv<] to e v e r y t h in g , nnd immediate relatives and friends Washington, the popular Gretna
outsiders to make their homes 'to olTt-uiVd no n n e I>y disputin'* any- were present to witness the Green, where she was united in
with us. The latter purpose is i hi lui AI llio i-lo-o of his life lie w a s nuptials. Many beautiful and marriage to Mr. Eddy Lupher,
the* » e -re t of til« sucre«*, n n d he
the more vital of the two, and it isked
Summer’s Newest Styles
piled t h a t It wa« tiy olwefTlni! tw o useful presents were received bj of Portland, the ceremony being
is needless to say that every m axim *. " E v e r y b o d y m a y he rig h t" the happy couple. Mrs. Blair is performed by the Rev. J. M.
Draperies ? Yes, lots and lots of them.
effort should be put forth to iini " E v e r y t h i n ) ! m ay he s o "
the youngest daughter of Mr. Cause, pastor of the methodist
Wonderful, smart designs in hun
make exhibits a credit to the
and Mrs. H. W. Scott, well hurch in the Military city by
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dreds. Kv’erything complete for the
" W h y ill«« a w o m a n a l w a y s a d d a known residents of this city. the
season. Dainty summery dresses for
pnet*rrlpt to her le t t e r ? "
, "W ell.” answ ered
The pathetic circumstance wri-ti h. ••»lie pro b a b ly hint re* o u t In Mr. Blair came to this city six friends of their wedding. Mrs.
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about the commencement season he r o w n m ind w h a t h e r l e tte r ha» years ago, and both he and his Lupher attended school in this
with every copy
m a d e you t h in k a n d then trie s to have
is that so many of the graduates the
bride attended tlie schools of this city for several years, and for
In.si w ord '
join in the grand march city
25 cents (10c extra by mail)
city, and the latter also studied the past few years has been
ward. Those from the little
The Demure T h in g .
Bmj • a n ml A t patten, coanter to-¿a,
music in the Pacific University teaching in the public schools of
towns seldom go hack home to f! »Ith V In v en t *< «M» my «»nçapc* Conservatory under Mrs. Pauline Oregon and Washington. Mr.
•in*»n rlntr j«*t. h.-iv*» yon? Marie I
diffuse the blessings of culture ilmi't k in m V , tif.-tr. W lio a ( b e u i a u N Miller-Chapman. For the pres Lupher is a young business man
ent the home of the newly-weds
and standards. They carry their u<>-ton rmn-. ript
will be at Cheery Grove, where of Portland. They will be at
coals to Newcastle. President ...
I n r W>klnnlnc o f w isd o m la not io Mr. Blair is employed by the home to their friends after Aug-
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