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FOREST GROVE PRESS
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1913
To Have Lyceum Course J. E.
New Courses Offered
Herbsimon of the Redpath Bu Several chrnges and additions
reau has been in Forest Grove to the usual college college studies
this week arranging for a five have been for this semester, one
number lecture course in this of which will be an advanced
city this winter. He promises class in Socialogy by Dr. Bush-
an excellent list of numbers and nell. Ih addition Mrs. Bushnell
has secured the cooperation of will give a course in Domestic
the High school and college.
Art. A course will be given in
Here from Africa—Pastor Frank Stenography, ,and spelling, Mr.
f WiP. trade five passenger Peer
Armitage, who has spent sixteen Roswell Dosce of Portland will
less touring car for acreage
years ar a missionary in South offer work in painting and mould WANTED—Boy for night op near Forest Grove. Address C.
erator. Apply telephone office
Africa, will give a stereoptican ing.
E. Hadley 1084 Lambert Place
i work of the conference, will be lecture at the Seventh Day Ad Prof. Chatman, will arrive in at once-
Portland Oregon, Phone Tabor
ventist church at 7:45 this even a few days and will immediately WANTED- Roomers and boarders 3073
A very picturesque wedding
Inquire Second door north of
The talk of the city. Almost
was held at Aurora last Satur A Clean County Dominant Note
The public are cordially invited. music.
Sunday September 14th, the
three thousand up-to-date Ladies’
day, when Miss Lilia Irvin and
and Gents’ Shoes just received at
John R. Leach, two oh students Christian Endeavor Societies of Benefit a Success -The benefit
Mrs. Byrd Dies.
G irl W anted —for general house The Peoples Store Hillsboro. 35tf
of Pacific University. were this city held a union meeting in show at the Grand Theatre last
work phone 751.
married bv Prin ¡pal Bates. The the interests of prohibition at the evening for Mrs. Brady was a The many friends of Mrs. Mar
New shipment of ladies and
ceremony was held in a beautiful Methidist church. Rev. Daniel success and the ladies feel well garet J. Byrd of Salem will be
silk hosiery, just received
Many presents were Staver in an able and thorough paid for their efforts in the mat grieved to hear of her death last
Peoples Store Hillsboro.
Monday night. She was the
manner opened the question for ter.
showered upon the bride.
discussion. The history of the
Grant Bailey Ships Grapes and the daughter of C. A. Mac-
Last Friday. September 12, the temperance cause was traced
The new school-books are now
Washington County W. C. T. U. from the ‘Washingtonion Move On Monday of this week Grant rum, a former resident of Forest
W anted —Young pigs, phone for sale at Staehr’s Bazaar.
met in the parlors of the Metho ment’ to the present time. The Bailey shipped one thousand rove. Mrs. Byrd was born in 1047, Marv R. Sorber,
pounds of grapes to the Portland Pennsylvania, and came to Ore
dist Church in this city.
The largest assortment of
system of high licence was ex
The convention was called to plained and refuted as not only markets. These are the first to gon in 1881. She graduated at
Wanted—Millinery apprentice, men’s straw hats ever showed in
order at 10:30 by the President, useless but detremental.
Pacific University also at the Apply Millinery Parlors near Hillsboro, from $1 to $3 Peoples
England Conservatory of Post-office.
Among those who took part
After a song service and devo was Mrs. J. M. Barber the state Mrs. N. B. LaCourse, who for Music in Boston. She married
Anything in the line of paper
tional exercises, Mrs. Reynolds juvenile officer. In a few terse many years have been residents Dr. Byrd in 1890. Left to mourn
gave a review of the year’s work. sentences she pictured the crying of Forest Grove, moved to Salem her death are her husband, two
Much faithful work has been ac need of law and of law in- Wednesday, where they will sons, Clarence and Donald, and
Some exceptionally fine bar
step-daughter, Winifred. Four
forcement. It was said that make their new home.
in pianos, organs, and sew
Board and Room
The representatives from the Forest Grove is refered to as
On a Mysterious Trip —Mr. L. brothers, Dr. C. A. Macrum,
at Staehr’s Bazarr
Banks Union reported a vigorous ‘The Holy City’. In discussing
Board and room at the Walker terms to suit.
Wolferdengen, quite a prominent Newell Macrum both of Portland
conflict against the liquor ele this question Miss Taylor gave
3d Ave., North, between
young man in local circles, has J. W. Macrum of Forest Grove, place,
A and B Street Phone Main 367.
ment for the last three months, j severel pointed quotations ‘The
gone to California.
Bring us your kodak work any
in which they have been accorded | church could do what it would if
brief stay in the California me and her mother Mrs. West Anna
film developed 10 cents.
a victory by the County Court.
it would do what it could’. Thir tropolis,
will return to this Macrum of Portland. The fun
Rev. Lindley A. Wells was ty per cent of the citizens do not
eral was held Wednesday at Sa
present and spoke of and urged vote and the major part of this ;
F or R ent light house keeping
Mrs. Dixon has a trimmer
attendance at the Prohibition thirty percent will be found in 1 future home. It is believed Mr.
Portland assisting with her
Wolferdengen wishes to hear' R. R. Creighton—R. R. Creigh-
rally, to be held in Hillsboro on brown stone fronts under the
from any party who has a furn ton died at the Bay City hospit
Call at Press.
church spires and even the past ished house with four or five
al Aug. 23rd., 1913. He was
Superintendent W. G. Me-: ors some times shrink the respon
The number is 692. The Peo
born in Cadey, Ohio, 49 years For rent:—Two nicely fur
Laren, of the Louise Home, in | sibility’. These are problems of
Market, The Home of Qual
ago. He leaves a wife and fourj nished rooms to gentlemen only ity and Square Deal to all.
Portland, gave an interesting and the Christian.’ ‘The Chris'ian home calls for two.
instructive address on rescue J has no place out of politics and | Gov. West Appoint Mrs. Barber children, two of them residing] apply. Rev. J. R. Buck. 8t2
Mrs. Barber has been appointed with their mother in Tigard, and
Sewing machine extras and
the man who is not a Christian
Govenor West as reprentative a married daughter, Mrs. Geo. i "F arm to R ent ” — 153 acres needles for any machine made,
A recitation was gi ven by Miss has no place in politics.’ There
three miles from Gaston in Scog
Mildred Shirley, of Hillsboro.
is no doubt that if the temprence j for the state of Oregon at the j Barclay and a grown son who gins Valley. Address H. W. for sale at Staehr’s Bazaar.
Special music was furnished by question was left to the Endea International Purity Congress to] are in Central Oregon. Two sis- ]
Staehr’s Bazaar carries an em-
Miss Anna Taylor, Rev. D. T. vors their battle cry of ‘On to be held in Minneapolis this No ters also survive the deceased Scott, Forest Grove; Ore.
who live in Ohio. He was a ]
stock of the latest music
Thomas, and Miss Mildred Washington’ would soon become vember.
For Sale or Trade
at 5 cents, 10 cents and
A Camping Conference The
F or S ale —Oak library table, 15 cents a copy.
Officers were elected as follows:
Y. M. C. A. Cabinet of Pacific
leather rocker, body brussels hall
President, Mrs. Reynolds; Vice- The Woman’s Missionary So University held a camping con his bereaved family.
carpet, Ingrain arch square, lace
The Peoples Store is receving
President, Mrs. Carlyle; Record
ference with Mr. Zenus Olsoi.,
Mrs. A. Hinman is entertain- ] curtains, all in good condition,
new up to date goods daily.
ing Secretary and Treasurer, church met at the home of Mrs. j the president, near Sheridan. ing some of her friends at a sil Postoffice box 441.
Dont forget to see the many
Mrs. Hutchins, of Banks; Cor Ferrin Wednesdaa afternoon.
Messrs. Patten and Bishop went ver tea this afternoon.
bargains at the Peoples Store
Mr s .
The Woman’s Missionary So horses, harness and wagon - Hillsboro.
Massacre by Mormons, of a com-1
ciety of the Congregational | cheap—W. C. Freeman, South
Thirty-five of the ladies sat pany of homeseekers coming
Men’s work shirts ali colors
meet at the home of Mrs. i Forest Grove, phone 896.
down to a bountiful dinner,
and prices at The Peoples Store
Mrs. Wiiliams gave the life School—Mrs. Orla Buxton re Ferrin.
which was furnished by the local
F or S ale — Furniture at 19. Hillsboro.
experience of a Mormon girl. turned the first of the week from
Mrs. C. L. Van Koughnet and 3rd. street south. J. W. Martin.
Mrs. Seymore dressed in Es the traveling Industrial School of daughter, Alma, returned last
You will do well by calling us
Entert&int at 500 -Mrs. Chas. quimaux style, exhibited a col tae O. A. C. Mrs. Buxton says Monday from a short visit at
up before you sell your beef,*
Roe and Mrs. Willis Goff will en lection of curios collected by that the school this year was Woodburn and Portland. They
Call at Goodman and Ruggle veal, mutton, and pork. Hills
tertain the 500 Club next Friday. Miss Esther Johnson while teach merely an experiment, and will enjoved a pleasant time.
Ranch one mile south of Gaston. boro Mer. Co.
be continu'd next year on a larger
The Forest Grove and Cornel- ing in Alaska.
After the usual business a scale.
Kidney truoble is particularly
lius Sabbath Schools of the Sev
be dreaded because its pres
enth Day Adventists will hold a
Gales Creek Merchant Visits - were Portland visitors last Sat- i We have s party with a fine six
is not usually disovered un
joint convention at the Forest
On Sunday evening a pretty A. C. Sargent, merchant and urday.
room búngalo, modern basement,
has assumed one of its
Grove Church September 20, j home wedding was solemnized at postmaster of Gales Creek, tod y
close in to business district in
Mrs. Z. M. LaRue was in Port
1913. The morning session will the home of Charles Van Doren, is paying his first visit to Forest
in Portland, value $3,500 and has
begin at 10 A. M. Two papers on David’s Hill, wheji his daugh Grove in three years. H ecer-i land Tuesday attending a card about $3,000 cash, wants about or Bright’s disease. If you
will be read, one on "The Kinder ter Eva and George B. Ortman tainlv is surprised at the advance club.
50 acres, part hill and part bottom suspect that your .kidneys are
Mrs. J. Richards is in Portland1 land within a radius of seven affected, by all means use Hollis
garten" and one on the "Duties were joined in marriage by Rev. of the city during that period.
thia week. Mrs. Richards is at miles of Forest Grove. Oregon te r’s Rocky Mountain Tea—the
of the Sabbat h School Teachers, ” Gould, of the Methodist Church.
Sprains Knee Robert Forbis,
great systemic cleaner and reg
followed by a general discussion. About twenty-four immediate while riding to school Wednesday, St. Vincent Hospital, becoming Land Company
ulator.—Vankoughnet & Reder
The afternoon session will begin friends and relatives of the bride fell from his pony and sustained ill while mining in Idaho.
F or S ale — A cash register, a
at 3 P. M. Papers will be read and groom were present. Some a badly sprained knee. He will
Mrs. J. S. Buxton has returned
large coffee perculator, and a S eed C leaned —We are now
on "Teachers’ Meetings" and very nice and useful presents be able to be about in a few from her visit at Long Beach.
cigar case, inquire at Press office. prepared to clean clover, timothy
"The Sabbath «School as a Branch were received by the bride. Mr. weeks.
Mr. P. B. Arrant has returned
and all kinds of giain for seed.
of the Home Missionary Work," and Mrs. Ortman left this city
W. F. Hartrampf.________ 8t2
followed by a general discussion. the first of the week for their
Mrs. A. E. Scott is visiting in]
Miss Rose Ginther, who has new home at Dallas, where Mr.
P ress Job P-inline Satisfies
Get the full value of your
acres of land, which ajoins the Spokane this week.
charge of the Sabbath School Ortman has a farm.
Mrs. Wilbur McEldowney will
North East end of t >.vn, to Mr.
Miss Kate Roe. of Wapato,
Carpenter. The consideration who attended Pacific University PRESCRIPTIONS filled at Van- receive vocal pupils after Oct.
was $2,600. The d al was trans last year, has returned to attend Koughnet and Reders Drug Store. 1st. at her home 232 A street
acted by Staehr and Shipman school again this Winter.
Hair work made to order, Mrs. north.
representing the Forest Grove
William Matison, Cherry Grove
Death to headaches. Glasses
Harry Hamilton left this morn
Real Estate Company.
by Drs. Lowe and Turner.
Hop pickers finished the pick ing for a visit in San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. W\ J. Good and
ing at Mr. Nichols’ yard Iasi
Mr. Simington, of the Miller-
The following people have r<
and Mrs. A. J. McAlear and
Kell from Scaffold—Mr. H. A'
li 111 with Typhoid - Victor
Simington-Calhoun Co., of Port turned from the Round-Up i
W’illiams while working on S. Brown, Jr., the son of A. V. considering the fact it was the Miss Etta Walston motored to land, was in this city Tuesday.
Pendleton and report a finetim«
Mr. Huston’s at Fern Hill last
Gibson new home last week fell Brown, is ill at the home of his first year’s cro >.
first five persons of this lii
Mr. Alva Patton, of Portland,
from a scaffold spraining his an father with typhoid fever, but is
Bessie Bradley was out from Sunday.
on the Journal "special
kle quite seriously and cutting doing very’well.
Messrs. Levi and Paul Austin, was in town Thursday, pr» paring train: W. F. Shultz, John Ai
Portland Sunday visitihg at the
to attend Pacific University th s
Gcing East Mrs. Jane Smith home of Miss Minnie Myres in who are working in Portland, winter.
derson, Felix Verhoven, Con Mi
Sold Lot—Mr . Rose Olmsted and Mr. and Mrs. James Clark
namer, Charles Mertz, Die
sold her lot adjoining her present left Wednesday noon for a visit
Mrs. J. F. McGill, of this city,
Geo. H. Heines of the Oregon
Mrs. Carl Hoffman and ten Roades. "Bismarck" Roadei
residence to Miss Anna Dui s -in Massachusetts, which was Historical society was a visitor spent a few days in Sheridan Neil came to town teday from Dick Roades. Jr., C. Dyke an
last week visiting her son Clinton. the Heisler ranch on.Gales Creek. Brady Chowning.
their former home.
in the P ress office yesterday.