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FOREST GROVE PRESS
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913.
The Forest Grove Cannery is
| through with the canning for
this season and has started
TAXABLE PROPERTY I packing.
y /p X fU M L s —
Will Thompson was absent
The assessed v aluation of W ashington from school this week with the
C ounty ta x a b le p ro p e rty acco rd in g to i mumps.
th e la s t figures to ta ls $20,166,241.28;
New Arrival Born, Wednes
public service corporations, $2,962,924.28
day, November 26, to the wife of
divided as follow s: E x p ress Company, W. E. Allen, of Gaston, a nine-
$23,399.78; W estern Union, $3,442.50; j pound boy.
• • • • • • • 4 R ailroads, $200,593.50; T eleg rap h , $35,-
Miss Edith Swanson was visit-
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| ing her brother Henry, in Port
Mr. Rivett, ex-B!acksmith, Now land last week.
Mrs. W. R. Whitney returned
to her home Monday from Gresh
Ed. R iv e tt w as in from his ranch a
am. She accompanied her son,
few days ago w ith a load o f his fine
Hubert, home who has been with
apples. Mr. R iv e tt says th a t he is a
his mother for some time. Mr.
full-blooded F re n c h m a n ; w as known as
has been quite ill with
th e little F renchm an in M ichigan for 36
rheumatism but when he went
y ea rs. "M y m o th er w as born in Ire
home was much improved in
land and my fa th e r w as an E nglishm an,
so th a t m akes me a F re n c h m a n ,” said
Mrs. W. II. Hollis had for
Mr. R iv ett. K . N . S ta e h r, th e b azaar
m an, stood by sipping a g lass o f coco Thanksgiving guests Miss Aman
cola and re m ark ed th a t Mr. R iv e tt, the da and Ella Pearson and Miss
ex -b lack sm ith , m u st be som e relation Wilson from Portland. A jolly
to Ben Bolt. Is it any w onder th a t K. good time was had recounting in
N. w rites such clever ad v e rtise m e n ts cidents that occurred when they
were in Europe last year. The
d u rin g his C h ristm as sales.
ladies are planning to take an
Mrs. Lizzie Clark Loses Suit other trip—possibly around the
world—in the near future. Miss
In th e case o f Lizzie C lark vs. Jos.
and Miss Wilson have re
H are and A rth u r Gilkinson fo r $15,000
a fine home in Irving
fo r alleged in ju ries in th e ir logging
cam p in th e B uxton neighborhood, th e
AUCTION, CLOSING OUT!
Mrs. H. R. Bernard was in the
metropolis Saturday buying stock
for the Book Store.
Auction sale of cattle at Smith’s
John Boldrick is visiting his
barn Dec. 6th at 10 P. M.
mother in this city. John has
Four young high grade Hol
made his home at Rockaway stein cows.
beach near Tillamook for several
Two high grade Durham and
months and tne sea air, clams one Jersey cows.
and outside work has made him Two yearling Holstein heifers.
feel fine as a fiddle. He will re One spring calf, one fall calf.
turn to the coast in about a week.
This is not a cull sale.
Miss Esther Johnson who
Makes assimilation perfect,
teaches in the McMinneville High
School visited with Mr. and Mrs. healthy blood, firm muscles,
strong nerves. Quickens the
B. F. White Thanksgiving.
brain, makes and keeps you well.
Jas. Dilley and J. N. Dilley and Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea
family of Dilley left Tuesday for has no equal. It’s your health
a vitit with Mrs. Fred Boese at insurance.
Robert Levick has returned
W anted —The P ress desires
home from a visit at Everett, Wn.
to secure a live correspondent in
Mr. Tupper of Dilley visited
his daughter Mrs. Hattie Smith every community in Washington
in the Grove Tuesday.
I county. Send in your application
NO MORE DULL MONTHS
FOR WIDE AWAKE STORES.
Among those who took Thanks Mrs. Gordon, daughter of Mrs.
giving dinner at the home of Mr. I Jas. Engles, died of tuberculosis
and Mrs. Ed. Ward were Mr. and i last week, and was laid to rest
Mrs. Renjamin Schoefield, of in the Laurelwood Cemetery.
Cornelius, w \ m this Fall cele Several of the Academy stu
brated their golden wedding: an dent departed last Friday to
niversary, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. spend two or three days with
parents or friends, as school was
A number of young: people not continued after Thanks
from Gaston attended the dance giving. '
At the road meeting held Fri
at Dilley Saturday evening.
day it was decided not to have a
Mrs. Archie Bryant entertained special road tax in this district
about twenty people at her home this year.
one evening last week.
P l e n t y of B u s i n e s s a t All T i m e s F o r
Elder Frank Burch, president
T h o s e W h o Go A f t e r It.
Wapato Lake is brim full of of the Southern Oregon Confer
aqua pura from the recent rains ence, preached an able sermon at
and ducks are getting their full the church Sabbath.
U nder tlie caption “Dull M onths O ut
share of shot and shell. One Thanksgiving night the Acad
Feed Mill will run every
of Style” the K an sas C ity T im es says:
almost has to pinch himself to emy gave a musical and literary
“A dull m onth? Not on your cash
day in the week.
keep from thinking he is in the | entertainment.
register! D ull m onths a re fo r dull
midst of the Mexican bombard
Rev. E. V. Stivers, former people, not for live ones.
Wholesale and Retail
Earl Tompkins, with his bride, fen d an t. Mrs. C lark fo rm erly lived pastor of the local Christian “ If you w ere n ca rp e n te r a n d your
| arrived here recently and have | h ere and conducted a re s ta u ra n t on P a i Church, but for the past three saw w as dull w ould you say, ’I c a u 't
Mrs. Hilda Eggert, of Seattle, ! set up housekeeping in the Rich- [ cific A venue, b etw een F irs t and Second years in charge of the work at w ork th is m onth—my saw Is dull?’
Bran,Shorts, Rolled Oats, Ground
formerly in the employ of Bell ards house.
stre e ts . She w as engaged by th e log McMinnville, closed a series of
“Not for one blessed m inute!
Ground Wheat, Cracked
“You'd get up In th e m orning and
& Owens, was here from the
g in g com pany to cook a t th e ir cam p revival meetings there a few days
Puget Sound country Thanksgiv Miss Adelaide Enlow, of Wam- and alleged in h e r su it th a t a tre e had ago, with Rev. H. H. Hubbel, of file th a t saw before b reak fast. You'd Wheat, Cracked Corn, Whole
Kansas, visited with her
ing, and also visited friends at !aga,
felled across th e cook house and Corvallis, as
the evangelist. put an edge on th a t saw th a t w ould Wheat and Corn, Middlings and
j cousin, Mrs. E. W. Carnahan, been
th a t th e tre e and boards s tru c k her, There were twenty-one additions m ake It eat Its w ay through an oak several kinds of Hard Wheat
i and family.
board like a ten-year-old boy through
w ith a crack ed shoulder, b roken ribs to the church.
F lo u r , Sack Twine ’and Sacks,
a piece of pum pkin pie.
The pretty bungalow of Glenn
Mabel, daughter of Mr. and and bruised back as a re su lt. H er a t
and Vetch Seed.
Stapleton, of the Gaston bank, is Mrs. Tompkins, of this place, to rn ey s w ere B row nell & S tone, while
Hugh Murcheson, the young does exactly th e sam e thing. T h e m in
became suddenly ill of appendi th e com pany w as re p re se n te d by B agley
ute he sees th e first fa in t sign of ap
Give us a call when in need.
clerk for Charles Miller, writes proaching dullness he sharp en s up his
& H are
Dr. Baker and wife entertained land a few days ago for an
to friends in this city from his business tools and goes a fte r m ore
delightfully Saturday evening. operation.
native Scotland that he will be business.
Fruit, nuts, grape juice and cake
back to Oregon in a few weeks. "A nd he gets It too.
•were served, the guests pro We are informed that Oberg
Hugh went across the pond to “H e uses m ore ad v ertisin g and b et nd Phone 50x
F o re s t G rove, O re
nouncing Mrs. Baker’s cake the ! Olsen and Miss Alice Hoodenpyl
te r advertising. li e usea b e tte r Illus
see his parents.
best ever. Those present were:
tra tio n s and stro n g er copy. l i e plans
Wednesday morning at assembly
Charley Smith and Floyd Mc new cam paigns w hile his com petitors
Mr. and Mrs. Hamrick, Mr. and of single blessedness and so de the High School girls, assisted by
Mrs. E. J. Ward, Mrs. Ostrander, cided to enter the state of Goldie Peterson, gave an inter Nutt last week finished painting sleep. H e pulls every string. H e does
work on the Hillside Congrega not leave a single stone unturned.
Mrs. Carl Clinge, Mr. and Mrs. matrimony.
esting program, consisting of the tional
Church. They papered the “T h e m an w ho expects tra d e to be
Glenn Stapleton and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.0. M.Grimm and daughter, following numbers: Piano duet, inside walls, varnished the wood dull and Is w illing It should be dull
Lois, left the other day for
work and put a new coat of paint will have It dull.
Solo, Pearl Hall. Reading, Mar on
“T he man w ho leans hack In his
Miss Lois Bemiss, who is Michigan.
ch air and says, ‘I’ll ta k e It easy now,
attending High School in Forest
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dimmig are
C. E. Joy of Hoffman & Co. for th is m onth will be dull nn;-w ay,’
Solo, Bernice Holmes.
Repairs and Oils
Grove, spent Thanksgiving with the happy parents of a baby Club.
Reading, Marcella Richards. was a Portland visitor Wednes will g et Just w hnt he’s looking for.
her parents near Gaston.
girl, which arrived last week.
“I t ’s all In your mind.
Song, Ladies’ Quartette. Solo, day.
his p ra ttle ab o u t ‘dull seasons' Is
Saturday night the I. W. D. T. a "T mongrel
theory, sired by m ental
The student body added some club of the High School will give w eakness, m othered by Indifference
He has a Special Oiler
and nursed by th e universal tendency
more amendments to their con
for the purpose.
is an invitation affair.
of hum an n a tu re to fight shy of work.
Mrs. Lillian Stream and daugh
Vi /ian, attended the Cres five th ousand people gone out of tow n
S a l e m , D e c . 1.— (T o th e E d ito r.)—
He carries a full line of
Gale G range, No. 282, will m e e t in Gavin Duncan, wife and four cent Theatre in Hillsboro, Wed on th e ir sum m er vacations. T h ere are
m ore visitors th a n th a t th a t com e Into
W e wish to ask your kind co-operation th e K. P. H all S atu rd a y , D ecem ber 6,
children arriv d here from North nesday evening.
Gloves and both
tow n every day.
in a m ovem ent to connect o u r unem a t 10:30 o ’clock.
d Light Harness
Mr. and Mrs. Ewing have re
ployed w ith a job. T here a re undoubt
E lection o f officers and an a n n iv er residence in the C. L. Peterson
got If you only m ake up your m ind
edly m any resid en ts of your county who sary day pro g ram , besides ro u tin e
Parker Guarantees His
house on First Avenue South, be
go a fte r It. W e can have w h a t we
could use th e services o f a good hand' w brk, prom ises a busy forenoon session.
where they attended the to
tween A and B streets. Mr. land
w ant In th is w orld provided w e're not
funeral of Mrs. Ewing’s father, afraid to work and sw eat and ad v er
th is w in te r and th e re a re m any idle
D inner will be serv ed durin g th e noon Duncan has been troubled with
m en in P ortland and o th er cities in this hour.
rheumatism for several years and
s t a te w ho would be glad to have a
“You can have dull m onths If you
The a ftern o o n p ro g ram begins a t 1:30 has tried all sorts of remedies
them , b u t you’ll be out of d ate
o ’clock, and is as follow s:
without relief, and has come to of the Lincoln scho< 1, spent the If w ant
you do. T h ey ’re not In sty le any
If you will be kind enough to run this
H istory o f GaLe G range Since I ts O :- Oregon for a climatic cure. He Thanksgiving recess in Portland
Pacific Avenue, Forest Grove, Oregon.
le tte r and atta c h e d inform ation blank ganization, Mrs. A. T. B uxton.
says that it was the extreme at the home of her mother.
Phones: Shop, 742; H ouse, 831
in a few issues o f your p a p e r o ur plan
P ap er, T hanksgiving, Mrs. N. J cold that worked havoc with him
w ill be called to the atte n tio n of those B aker.
and he doesn’t think that our here from Lebanon visiting Leon tions faithfully, I will wager my
needing a hand. Any req u ests for labor
T alk, In. W hat W ay Does O ur S ta te mild Oregon rains will bother
and family. They report the sweetest smile you’ll gain 161
m ade to our office will a t once be taken E xcel All O th er S ta te s in the Union,
Mr. Duncan knew the Sills
and Larghlin families pounds by taking three packages |
up w ith those who a re hu n tin g fo r em Ir a Purdin.
I Goff brothers in Dakota.
from here to farms of Hollister’s Rocky Mountain
P ap er, K itchen C onveniences. B est
Indian W ar Veteran III at His near Lebanon as doing well and Tea. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets.
A ssuring you th a t your co-operation m aterial fo r cooking uten sils. Con
Home W. H. H. Myers, the liking their new homes.
w ill be g re a tly appreciated, I am
sider such devices as vacuum cleaner,
well known Indian war veteran
Y ours very tru ly ,
Roy Van Kirk, the rural mail
m e a t g rin d er, w ashing m achine, b read
I and former politician, is quite ill
ourt o f th e S ta te o f I
O swal d W e st
man on route two, recently got O regon, for W C ashington
m ixer, dish w ash er, etc.
at his home on Third Street and $35
P lanning th e H ouse to Save L abor in
C harles L. Lousignont, Plaintiff,
a nurse is in attendance. Sunday
O ffer of Employment
W ork, Mrs. C. A. Broderson.
Frank Myers, postmaster of Oregonian soliciting contest.
A cordial inv itatio n is extended to all
Dr. and Mrs. Walker spent Em m a L ousignont, D efendant.
A d d re ss............................................................ to a tte n d th e a ftern o o n m eeting.
visiting his father. Mr. Myers Thanksgiving in Portland visit To E m m a F. L ouisignont, D efendant.
N e a re st railroad statio n o r ste a m b o a t
In the nam e o f th e S ta te o f O regon:
M r s . E va A dams ,
ing with friends.
suffering from a severe cold.
You a re hereby required to a p p ear and j
S e c re ta ry .
Peters this week went! answ
er th e com plaint filed a g a in st you |
N um ber of men or w om en needed..........
Pacific University Recitals — to Captain
th e above e n titled suit, on or before j
C h a ra c te r o f w ork offered........................
On next Monday and Tuesday will be operated upon for throat in
Doings in Circuit Court
the expiration o f six w eeks from and i
evenings, December 8th and 9th,
W ages to be p aid ........................................
a fte r th e d ate o f th e first publication of
Theophyle Cappoem has filed an ap in Marsh Hall, will occur the trouble.
W ith o r w ithout board and lodging
t iis sum m ons, to-w it: T he 15th day of
Glenn Giltner of Portland, was Ja n u a ry , 1914, and if you fa ilto answ er}
H ow long services if they prove sa tis plication in th e C ircu it C o u rt fo r the annual December recitals of Pa
re g istra tio n o f title to tw o acres in the
w ant th e re o f th e plaintiff will ap- 1
fa c to ry , will likely be needed..................
cific Conservatory. On the first out the first of the week visiting for
ply to th e c o u rt for th e re lie f prayed
This blank to be filled o u t and mailed W illiam P o rte r donation land claim a evening two ensemble, two piano with his sister, Mrs. Zoa Hart- fo r in th e com plaint, to-w it: F o r the
to the G overnor's office, Salem , Oregon mile w est o f tow n on th e G ales C reek pieces, will he pi yed. On Tues rampf, and his brothers.
dissolution of the m arria g e c o n tract now
ex istin g betw een plaintiff and defend- l
day evening the male quartet
th a t it may be brought to th e a tte n tio n road. H e lives on th e little tra c t.
The Pacific N o rth w est A d ju stm en t will make its first appearance
fo r such o th e r relief as may
o f those seeking em ploym ent.
tion yesterday and passed a meas ant, and
m eet and eq u ity in the prem ises,
C om pany has sued W . C. Clark and
Harmon Marbold ure providing for a charter and seem
on the grounds o f cruel and inhum an
F ern L. C lark to collect on a prom issory
University of Oregon Extension note, which th ey allege th e d efen d an ts Chapman will come down from naming its provisions. The offi tre a tm e n t, rendering his life burden
Portland to play a number, and
gave to A. B. Combs in A ugust, 1911. the students of piano, violin and cials elected were; M. McDonald,
This sum m ons is published by the
On T uesday evening, Dec. 9, Dr. The original note w as for $102.15, and voice will he heard on each even Edna Purdy, treasurer; Roy Me order of the Hon. J. U. |('am pbell,
Ju d g e o f the F ifth Judicial D istrict of
The su it is to ing. No admission fee is asked,
Jo sep h S chafer, Professor o f H istory $25 w as paid thereon.
Donald, Marshall, and the fol O regon, and said o rd er being made on
a t U niversity of O regon will d eliver r
and the general public is cor lowing councilmen: John Bor- the 25th day o f N ovem ber 1913.
both wick, Spencer Jones, J. A. Mc The d a te of th e first publication of
le ctu re a t the H igh School assem bly fees. M ark and Dan Bump, o f this dially invited to attend
sum m ons is D ecem ber 4th, 1913,
Each program wilj Gee, H. B. Mead, E. A. Mince- this
room upon th e su b ject “ The C itizen 's city, are th e a tto rn e y s fo r th e plaintiff. recitals.
and th e last day o f the publication of
A ttitu d e Tow ard Public A ffairs. This
commence promptly at 8 P. M.
moyer, and Robert chneider. this sum m ons is th e 15th day of J a n u
is th e first of a series of ex ten sio n lec- i Grove Musicians to Play in Dallas
Mr. Nance and family, who All of the councilmen were mem ary, 1914.
J . N. H o f f m a n ,
tu re s to be given by in stru c to rs from
C harley W alk e r th e first of th e w eek have been residing in Forest bers of the Progressive ticket but
A ttorney for the Plaintiff.
th e s ta te u n iv ersity under th e auspices 1 received a le tte r from W. J . K a e rth , o f
Grove the past few months,
Builds you up physically and
o f the Public L ibrary, W om an’s Club D allas, ask in g him to fu rn ish th e m usic moved to Corvallis this week.
mentally, keeps your digestive
and th e Public School. Dr. S c h a fe r fo r th e N ew Y e a r’s dance given b y th e
Miss Eunice Bernard who is organs ir. condition, regulates the
Word has been received from
is an in te re stin g speaker, a profound Y oung L adies Club, and C harley, w ith
s tu d e n t o f social and economic condi th e o th e r m em bers o f th e o rch e stra , Mrs. Adler, who is visiting in studying to be a nurse at the bowels, cleanses the blood, helps
tions, and has chosen a su b je c t fo r th is Nick Moore, W. N. S ears, Mrs. Chas. Wisconsin, that she will start for Good Samaritan hospital in Port you to perfect health. Hollister’s
occasion of in te re s t to the g e n eral pub W alk e r and R aleigh W alk e r, will fill her home in Forest Grove next land was out to see her parents Rocky Mountain Tea or Tablets,
the first of the week.
lic. No adm ission.
th e en g ag em en t.
W. F. HARTRAMPF
High School Notes
GOVERNOR WEST’S PLAN BIG DAY FOR GRANGE
FOR THE UNEMPKOYED BOOKED FOR SATURDAY