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FOREST GROVE PRESS
TH URSD AY1, N OVEM BER 27, 1913
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Notice to the Electora of the Ciy of
f oreat Grove
Chapter 323, of the General Laws of
the State of Oregon for 1913, provide
for a system o f registration of electors
o f the State, and the Act pruvides for
registration in municipalities similar to
the City o f Forest Grove, as follows:
“ In all municipal corporations o f this
State, whose boundaries aie not co-
terminus with an election precinct or
group of precincts, electors shall be
registered for elections therein in the
manner required by this A ct for non
municipal elections, but the duties re
quired by this Act to be performed by
county clerks shall in that case be per
formed by the clerks or city recorders
or other officers performing the duties
usually performed by such officers, and
all electors within any such municipal
corporation shall register for municipal
elections before such officer. Registra
tion o f electors in such last mentioned
municipalities for municipal elections
shall be distinct from registration for
other elections and in addition thereto.”
It will therefore be necessary for all
electors of the City of Forest Grove to
register before the Recorder for the
coming city elections.
books will be open at the office of the
City Recorder on Monday, October 27th,
and will remain open until Saturday,
December 27th, at five o ’ clock p. m . o f
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M. It. M a r k h a m ,
Notice of Chief of Police Sale of
Patinar* «ad M«w Y «k
think that we ve seen in
many a day.
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Police Sale of
ihe smuriest models We
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue of a warrant issued by the !
City Recorder o f the City o f Forest :
Grove, and to me directed, dated on the |
18th day of November, 1913, against i
George F. Naylor, Edward L. Naylor,
and heirs at law o f Catherine S. Naylor,
commanding me to collect the assess
ment due on the following described
lots or parts o f lots and tract o f land
in the City o f Forest Grove as herein
after set forth, for the improvement of
Main Street from the south line o f
Second Avenue North to the north line
o f Third Avenue North, a more partic
ular description of the lot or parcel
thereof or tract o f land, together with
the delinquent assessment assessed
thereon, peing as follows, to-wit:
Name o f Description o f Amount of
George F. Naylor
Edward L. Naylor
Heirs at law of
Catherine S. Naylor
Lot One in Block Eight,
Walker’s Addition to the
B y GOODLOE T H O M A S .
City o f
Washington Co., Oregon...$1,037.00
Night befo’ Thanksgivln’ dream’ de tutakey got away—
That on the 27th day o f December,
Lawzee, I was sad I
1913, at the hour of 11 o ’clock in the I
forenoon of arid day, at the front door Thought be saw me wif de ax an’ perked his hald
o f the Court House in the City o f
Hillsboro, Washington County, and
••Dat looks mighty bad.”
State o f Oregon, I will sell said piece
o f property above described to the Way he dew, an’ mt a-chasin’ oat into d wood.
highest and best bidder therefor, for '
Fas’ ez I could go;
cash sufficient to pay said assessment, |
together with the interest thereon and Tuhkey lookin' back an' laughin' ( ’* ii a tubkey
the costs and expenses o f advertising,
and the costs and expenses o f this sale.
••Man, yo’s awful slow.”
P. W. W atkins ,
Chief o f Police of thx City o f Forest | Tuhkey got away, an’ wiiain I waken in dc mawn
Haht wuz jes’ like lead;
Grove, Washington County, Oregon.
Fall Overcoats just now,
Notice of Chief of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
The very beat at the Right Price
C o p y rig h t, 1913, by A m e ric a n
SOUTH MAIN STREET
P resa A sso ciation .
Couldn’t realize dat all dem things wuz golo’ oa
While I’* la mub bed.
Whain I rubbed mub eyes a bit an’ peeped oat in de
Right away felt good,
Seeln’ dat ol’ gobblab’s head stuck ap an’ beggin’
Fo’ his breakfas’ food.
Mighty thankful fo’ mub blessln’— dat Is what I is—■
An’, ’tw ix’ me an you.
Waitin' fo’ muh dinnah heah, I’s thankful dat I rlz
'Fore dat dream come true.
So I’ ll pass the proud turkey with all my
And will choose for mysolf such delecta
As the good old reliable bean of the navy,
A cut of roast beef and a lot of brown
“ THE QUALITY STORE”
W hile'the wisdom of feasting on turkey 1
Since It often is known to produce indi
H. T. G I L T N E R ’ S
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
by virtue o f a warrant issued by the
City Recorder of the City o f Forest
Grove, and to me directed, dated on the ♦
18th day o f November, 1013, against
Edward Naylor, George O. Sloan and
By O. B. B R E U E R
Martha Traver, commanding me to
0 1913, by American Press Association.
BEECHER’S CONCEPTION OF
collect the assessment due on the fol
lowing described lots or parts o f lots
OU may rave, If you will, about tur
THE THANKSGIVING FEAST.
key and dressing.
and tract o f land in the City o f Forest
You may worship It still as an edible
Grove as hereinafter set forth, for the
improvement o f Pacific Avenue from
While many able writer* and orators
the west side of the pavement on A But for me mashed potatoes, all creamy
Street to its intersection with the A cut of roast beef and a lot o f brown have given expression to tbelr concep
tion of Thanksgiving, none perhaps
western limits o f the City o f Forest
Grove, Oregon, a more particular de
ever more beautifully defined the
scription of the lot or parcel thereof or Give me beef, 1 repeat, and my Thanks meaning of the day than Henry Ward
giving’ s merry,
tract o f land, together with the delin
Beecher. Said he:
assessment assessed thereon And. with never a taunt from the saucy
“ Thanksgiving day Is the one
being as follows, towit:
national festival which turns on
1 will eat with a relish to cause admira
Name of Description o f Amount o f
home life. It is not a day of ec
Assessment. Never thinking at all of the “ bird of the
clesiastical saints. It is not a na-
tional anniversary. It Is not a day
Beginning at a point 3 feet
celebrating a religious event. It
north of the northwest cor
ner of Block 10, Naylor’s Ad
Is a day of nature. It Is a day
dition to the City of Forest
of thanksgiving for the year's
Grove, running thence north
And It must pivot on
84° 24' west 2'0 feet; thence
the household. It Is the one great
south 1° west 201.75 feet;
festival of our American life
thence south 84° 24' east 200
that pivots on the household A
feet; thence north 201.75 feet
typical Thanksgiving dinner rep
to the place o f beginning......$649.56
resents everything that has
Sloan, George O.
grown In ull the summer fit to
make glad the heart o f man. It
Commencing at the south
Is not a riotous feast. It Is a
west corner o f Lot 4, in
Block 9, Naylor’s Addition
table piled high among the group
to the City o f Forest Grove,
o f rollicking young and old with
running thence north 201.3
the treasures of the growing
feet to center line o f said
year, accepted with rejoicings
block; thence east 100 feet;
and filler linuge of many fes
thenee s >uth 201.3 feet;
tivities as u token o f gratitude
thence west 100 feet to the
to Almighty God
place of beginning............... $324.78
'•Remember Rod’* bounty In
"lhat on the 27th day ot December’
String the |»enr!s of
1913, at the hour o f 11 o ’ clock in the
his favor. Hide the dark parts
forenoon o f said day, at the front door
except so far as they are break
o f the Court House in the City of
ing out in light Give this one
Hillsboro, County o f Washington and
6 day to thanks, to Joy. to grati
State o f Oregon, I will sell said piece I suppose many people will say It Is trea
o f property as above described, to the
highest and best bidder therefor, for To renounce the great fowl o f the holiday
cash sufficient to pay said assessment,
+ -:• + + + + +-> ■!-+ -> + ++ + -n -+ + + + + + + + t
together with the interest thereon and Bat the Juicy roast beef, I would have
he costs and expenses o f advertising, 9 you remember.
Î THANKSGIVING NOVELTIES:
es nd the costs and expenses o f this sale, j Is as good in July aa It la In November. |
It*a an all the time friend, and the ones
P. W. W atkins ,
stick to It
Chief o f Police o f the City o f Forest Will who
Vegetable decoration* are the feature
never have cause to regret or to
Grove, W’ashington County, Oregon.
of many Thanksgiving parties, espe-
BROWN GRAVY \
u i* i u c
iv u iin ^ .
t u e
decorated with strings of cranberries,
tiny sausages and small yellow unions.
A large Hat. round basket filled with
yellow toned vegetables serves as a
The appetizer consists of anchovies
curled In a ring of carrot resting on a
small lettuce leaf With the vegetable
salad small carrots molded of soft
yellow cheese are served with a sprig
of parsley In the end. The dessert is a
garden basket made of spun sugar
filled with Ice cream vegetables with
their natural color and markings.
Begin N ow !
to plan for that College Course.
There is considerable
discussion about Education but
there is no doubt that a good general college course taken right
is in the long run
the practical thing in Education.
A school well equipped to do first class general co liege
Forest Grove, Ore.
This school begins its 60th year of successful work in such
general college lines September 17th, 1913.
Record and equipment good.
Come and help us help you.
T h a n k s g iv in g D a y In Japan.
The Japanese Thanksgiving, which
is called the Kan-name Matsurl. or
"Festival of Divine Tasting.” comes
immediately after the rice crop Is
gathered. The streets blossom with
lanterns and flags, and the first rice of
the garnered crop Is solemnly offered
to the gods by the emperor In the pal
are chapel and by the priests at every
Shinto shrine. After the ceremonies
are concluded there is feasting.
H o w th e H o lla n d e r C elebrates.
The Dutch used to celebrate their
Thanksgiving by eating a sort of
Spanish hodgepodge of stewed meat
and vegetables In commemoration of
their deliverance from Spain
cent years, however, the custom has
been on the wane
A New Road Material.
With a view of obtaining n road sur
face which will give a better resistance
to automobile traffic, experiments are
lieing made again In France with a
roadlaxl material consisting of an Inti
mate mixture of "Iron straw." or Iron
in the shape of a wiry or fibrous mass,
such as is commonly used for cleaning
and scraping purposes In this country,
together with cement mortar and sand.
Such material is called "ferro-cement,”
and It appears that tests as to Its fit
ness for road surfaces are giving good
results. But the Iron Is not the usual
kind found In commerce, lieing prepar
ed specially for the purpose by suita
ble machines of appropriate design. It
Is claimed th.4t the resulting material
will not he an overexpensive one —
j Scientific American.
Come in and talk the matter over or address for Catalogue
and further information
PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, Forest Grove, Ore.
W e have for sale some first
class milk cows at reason
can O. H. Peterson
Phone 0 1 9 8 .
2 8 North 5th Street
G L A I S Y E R,
Deputy County Surveyor
All Kinds of Surveying and Mapping, Subdivisions a Specialty
Office over A. G. Hoffman & Co.
Res. Phone 46X.