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FOREST GROVE PRESS
REGULAR SERVICE ON S.P. EVERS BROS. MAKE MUCH
ELECTRIC STARTS SUNDAY
MONEY OFF OF CATTLE
THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914
Forest G rove’s First R eal
L in otyp e will be installed
Big Excursion of Portland Com
mercial Club Forest Grove
P re s s P r i n t e r y
Fifteen Cows Earn $350 a Month
Club Directors Invited.
this w eek at a cost of $ 2 5 0 0
Did’nt Like it in the Sunny
New Lumber Yard —Copeland
Sunday next the first regular
for Verboort Men—Raise
& JVlcCready, the well-known South—M. F. Derting who re passenger train of the Southern
lumber dealers, this week bought cently moved to this city after a Pacific company to enter the
the Schramel & Davies yard, on two month’s sojourn in Southern heart of the city, of Forest Grove
W ith its assistance the P R E S S will be second
Main Street and Second Avenue California is not much of a boos will arrive on the usual schedule C. S. A ydelott, who tra v e ls p re tty
to no country paper in the state. This machine,
North, this city. They operate ter of the climate and conditions at the new depot on Main street much
the country w ith his m edi
several yards in Idaho, one at down that way in fact he thinks and hereafter all passenger trains cines, over
composed of several thousand parts and weighing
w as out in th e V erboort section
Portland and one at Sherwood. that Oregon has got them beaten of the “ West side’’ division will w ith his w ares la st w eek and says th a t
equipped over 4,000 pounds, is probably the
W. J. McCready will have charge i a Salt Lake City block in most visit this city. It is the intention E v ers Bros, have a bunch o f c a ttle and
most complicated and intricately constituted ma
of the local yard and he and his ways. In November he said the of the company to add more hogs
th a t would m ake sto c k ra ise rs w eep
chine in Washington County. Call the first of
family wil make this city their! thermometer ran up to 110 in the trains as the service justifies and fo r joy.
the week and see it in operation.
home. The Good Investment shade and the soil is not so good their equipment is complete.
C. S. says th a t the afo resaid g entle
| as around here. He now lives The service puts Forest Grove m en
Company ma4e the deal.
have fifteen head of H olstein cows
on the main West side line, the and are ta k in g in $350 a m onth from
Notice of Annual Meeting — on North B. Street this city.
g ra n te d , said R ev. M ellinger, in case
Back from a Visit to Old trains making connection with m ilk. T hey feed purple top turnips, DISASTER WOULD FOLLOW o f in terv en tio n , th a t U ncle Sam in
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the members Home—J. C. Giltner and sister, California trains at Eugene. In kale, hay and o a ts chop.
tended to annex th e ir te rrito ry , and
of the Bankers & Merchants ! Mrs. Barbara Gates, returned to a short time service will begin on One cow th a t has been giving milk
they still feel very b itte r tow ard this
Mutual Fire Relief Association this city Saturday after a visit of the entire Newberg, Me Minn- fo r e ig h t m onths n e ts h er ow ners fo rty
cou n try bec ipse o f the te rrito ry a n
will be held at its offices in the several months with fiiends and ville, Forest Grove loop and at pounds of m ilk daily. T h e E v ers Bros, Missionaries Would Be Slain Be nexed follow ing th e w ar betw een th is
city of Forest Grove, at 1:30 P. relatives at their old home in that time several additional trains also have seventy-five C h ester W hite
cou n try and Mexico.
fore Crossing Line Is Belief
M., on Wednesday, January 21, Tekamah, Neb. Mr. Giltner had j will be inaugurated,
P resid en t Diaz, w ho ruled from 1884
hogs th a t a re as good as gold.
of Escaped Preacher
not seen the old home for 251 For the past week many have
till 1911. H e said th a t in sp ite of much
criticism Diaz b u ilt up the industries
Draining District Elects Direct
BLACK CAT HOT ON HEELS by the U nited S ta te s govern m en t would and
did much fo r th e common people.
or* A meeting of the members he had an attack of the grip and structed after special design for
coupled with the trip back the P. E. and E. It is claimed
The sp eak er m aintained th a t th e
re su lt in th e w holesale killing o f m is
of Draining District No. 7 met that
engineers of the
whole M exican stru g g le is caused by a
last week and elected directors west has made it impossible by the chief
OF ROBERT’S GOAT sionaries befo re th ey could cross over fight
that these cars are the
betw een th e S tan d ard Oil Com
th e line to sa fe ty , is th e b elief o f Rev
and outlined activities for the to get out to see his old friends company
finest electric cars in the world.
W. L. M ellinger, a p reach er o f the pany and an E nglish oil com pany,
coming year. The district com since his return.
Next Saturday the Portland
C hristian C hurch, who spoke a t the 1 T here a re many m ore b a ttle s fo u g h t in
prises a large section of land
Washington County Medical commercial
club will conduct an Crushed Foot, Mumps and In local house o f w orship la s t w eek.
j the p ap ers in th is country, he - said,
east of David’s Hill and will Association — The Washingt in excursion over
the loop the en
The M exicans would ta k e it fo r th a n re a l b a ttle s in Mexico.
drain an area of about 1500acres County Medical Association held tire day to be spent
of choice land. The proposed a six course banquet in the trified lines of the P. on E. the and
ditch for which the right-of-way Washington Hotel, Hillsboro. The directors of the Forest Grove
has been received will drain into Tuesday evening. There were commercial club, the members of
Dairy Creek, south of the Green about thirty Doctors and their the council and others have been Y oung R o b ert A lexander, o f th is city,
ville road. The directors elected wives present.
The county invited as guests on this trip and has been having his sh a re of bad luck
th is fall. The p estifero u s black c a t
were J. C. Birdsell, three years; association has been organized
of them will be present to seem s d eterm ined to g e t B ob’s g oat,
Calvin Wilder, two years; Tom for several years but was re most
and if you don’t believe it, g entle
Williams, one year. The direct organized again this past fall and represent Forest Grove.
T H E S E C LA S S IFIE D CO LU M N S
ors appointed Geo. D. Rogers, Tuesday evenings meeting was Annual Report of Rogers City read er, ju s t follow th e c a t and th e goat,
if you will, fo r a few b rie f m om ents,
secretary. Charley Bamford was the first one for years that the
as the o ra to rs say.
chairman of the meeting.
wives have been invited. Dr.
A re an index to the life of Forest Grove and surrounding country.
In th e e arly fall of 1913, A. D.,
The annual report of the Li
Did Blacksmithing Here Year* Vollmer, president of the associ brarian of the Rogers’ City R o b ert w as riding an anim ated steed —
T h ey are open to merchants and all w ho desire a brief and effective medium for reach
Ago—Adam Beil, a well-known ation presided and the following Library, Mrs. S. C. Sanford, for m eaning horse—up tow n, and no sooner
ing the public. T his department will solve your problems and fulfill your wants. Readers
blacksmith of Centerville, was
will find valuable information and helpful suggestions.
the year ending December 31, had he shouted, “ L e t ’e r b u c k ,’’ than
in town Tuesday, shaking hands later, “The Country Doctor’’; 1913, there are 1,574 books in he w as throw n headlong to th e pave
T he most widely read section of the P R E S S , this department w ill place your locals
with his many old friends and Dr. Hines, “The Physician as the library. The membership m en t, w ith one fo o t clinging to the
where people look for them, and where they w ill not be offended in reading them. Price
laying in a supply of groceries. Postmaster’’; Dr. Erwin, “ Hon shows an increase to 1,256. The stirru p . H is rig h t foot w as badly
I cent per word each insertion, minimum total charge 25 cents.
Mr. Beil is known to all the old orary members; Dr. Tamisie, number of books let out to read crushed and he w as confined to his
residents of Forest Grove. He
ers is 9,083, which shows that room fo r sev eral w eeks.
left this city 17 years ago, after munity” ; Dr. Brookbank, “ Eu the City Library is much used J u s t ab o u t th e tim e th a t th e doctor
F or S ale —Chunky team of
conducting a shop here for six
mares, well mated, and weigh
W ood W anted —The P ress
years. He still does a general County Medical Association” ; of the town and community.
four years old. Frank D.
desires to secure several cords of Sawyer, Fifth Street, first
blacksmithing business, but has Mrs. Linklater, Mrs. Kauffman;
quit horseshoeing as that work and Dr. King, of Aloah, Ore 19i2, 1,440; purchased, 139; do show ed him a sw ell tim e fo r m any days both Oak and Fir wood to apply
house north of Bump’s store.
on subscription, advertising, or
almost put his back out of service. gon, responded also. Those at nated, 72; total, 1,650. Books m ore.
Mr. Beil is a hard worker him
self and does not sympathize Dr. Hines and wife. Dr. Kauff Library, 1,574. Membership De th e foot g o t well Bob w orked fo r the W anted :—Position at general Commerciai and Miscellaneous.
with the idler that wants to get man and wife, Dr. Vollmer and cember, 1912, i , 181; membership railroad com pany, fo r som e tim e. L ast
housework. Inqure “ W” at Masquerade Ball January 20th,
a free living off the country. wife and Dr. Brookbank and wife. during year, 192; readers left w eek he re tu m sd to F o re s t G rove to
Tickets; and Suits for sale and
Dan Cupid’s Dart Strikes town, 117; present membership, e n te r H igh School Monday.
He said that his women folks
rent at Baldwin’s Confection
like to do their trading with Again—Wednesday afternoon at 1.256; books let out to readers, H ow ever, th e hoodoo c a t c a u g h t up
Forest Grove merchants,
the home of the bride’s mother, 9.083.
w ith th e g o a t S atu rd ay . W hile tu rn
F or R ent —4 room house at
Large numbers of magazines ing handsprings w ith o th e r a th letes
Those Were Happy Days - Mrs. Prosper La Frane; L. 0.
Drs. Lowe & Turner
Bob Hayden was in from his Griebler and Laura E. Davidson have been donated, many of Bob suffered a painful in ju ry to his le ft $4.00 per month. Phone 0185—
will be at Hotel
Gales Creek ranch Monday trad were united in marriage. Rev. which have been sold and some ankle, w hich has been keeping him out Ed. Naylor.
Laughlin again Fri-
of school this w eek.
ing with local merchants. He J. B. Holmes of the Christian sent into the country.
F or R ent —A completely fur day, January 30th.
The annual report of the
used to run a meat market here church officiated. Only immed
nished, modern, six room cot
in the days when the price of iate re.atlv.^s and friends were Treasurer of the Rogers City
tage, three blocks from post- Wm. A. Schilling, eye sight spec
meat did not keep editors from Presen^ Mrs. Onebier was for- Library for the year ending De M LAUGHLINS DEFEATED
office. Apply to Good Invest ialist of Portland will be at
eating pork with their beans.
( mcrly a local telephone girl and cember 31, 1913, is as follows:
is a member of the Delta Alpha
Shearer & Son’s Jewelry store
Cash received from Council, BY HIGH BASKET TOSSERS
Sing at Portland Y. M. C. A.— society which gave her a shower $725; Librarian, $51.17; room
every Saturday from 9 a . m .
Last Sunday the Pacific Univer- recently. Mr. Griebler is a resi- rent, $10; wood, $4.50; balance
to 5 P. M. Dr. Schilling 19tx
sity Quartet, composed of Me- dent of Gaston owning a lumber from 1912, $13.30; total. $803.97. Score 19 to 6—Young Swanson
furnished or unfurnished with
Stellar Attraction With 15
Neil, McCoy. Schmidke and yard at that place. Mr. and
Bowels clogged, sickheadache
without acre joining lot.
Points to His Credit
Webb, sang at the big men’s Mrs. < riebler will make their s ilary, $300; janitor work, $120;
no fun is it? Why not have the
meeting of the Portland Y . M. ¡home in Gaston.
The P r e s s janitor supplies and extra work, W ith th e d e fe a t o f the M cLaughlin
ner 3d Ave’ and 6th Street. happy face, red cheeks that
C. A. Their voices all blend joins the many friends in con- j $11.55;
Club of P ortland S atu rd ay n ig h t on the
22tf comes with good digestion.
well, and they have one of the gratulations.
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea
local gym floor by a score o f 19 to P,
best quartets that P. U. has had
F or R ent —Some nice, light makes the bowls move regular,
th e H igh School bask etb all team o f this
for some years.
Woman’s Club met Monday af- hose, etc., $52.33; wood, sawing city has won every gam e of the season airy rooms for light housekeep natural makes you feel like new.
Funeral Services Held Last J their regular meeting at the home and piling. $41.98; express and up to d a te , and friends believe have a ing or offices. T. J. O. Realty Take it tonight. Vankoughnet
if & Reder.
Thursday morning the funeral o f ' of Mr-*. Chas. Hines. There freight, $'6 72; small repairs, good chance to g ra b the s ta te cham Co.
Chas. Snyder was held at his were over thirty of the members $5.25; postodDe box, $3; cash
F or R ent -Room for rent.
Closing out sale of Edison rec
S a tu rd a y ’s co n test w as fa s t and free
home three miles west of Cor present, and in the absence of on hand, $32.83
25t2 ords at the Bazaar. Ten 2-min
from rough house. Local fan s w ere
nelius. Father Buck and Father the president Mrs. T. J. O.
ute records for $1. Ten 4-min-
Lodged in Jail by N'g'ot Watch ju s t a little b it nervous as to th e re su lt
Lap] an conducted the services. Thatcher conducted a splendid
Lost and Found
ute records for $1.50. Over 2000
Mr. Snyder was 76 years old and business meeting. Mrs. M. A. B. M. Brewster, a husky voung —th a t is, before th e gam e began, b u t
was born in Baden Baden, Ger- Thomas was leader of the pro man 19 y< a s o'd, was lodged in a f te r th e w histle th e re w as not a b it of L ost — Brooch, valued by owner records in stock.
as keepsake. Reward for re
many. He came to America when gram it being civic day the pro- the city bastile this morning at doubt. The first h a lf ended w ith a
People e a s i l y constipated
turn. Mrs. Glaisyer. Resi
he was three years of age and gram consisted of numbers along
dence. 5th South.
25t2 dread the winter, Nothing but
settled on his farm near Cornelius thet line. Mrs. McEldowney E. B. Kelsey after atb mpting to E ivers, playing c e n te r fo r th e v isit
in 1893. He was married in 1864 and her chorus furnished good break into the rear entrance of ors, scored th e to ta l six fo r his team LOST— Ladies shopping bag, be hard coarse meals, No fruits or
vegetables to keep the stomach
to Barbara Stein. He leaves seven music and graciously responded John VVhitker’s pool hall. Brew by shooting tw o fouls and tw o field
tween Hoffman’s store and C active. Your best relief, your
children, all of whom reside in to an encoure. Judge W. H. ster said that he had not had b ask ets.
Street, containing $2 and over greatest friend now is Hollister’s
Washington county. They are: Hollis and Mayor O. M. Sanford anything to eat for two days and Sw anson w as th e b rig h t p a rtic u la r
cash, book of green stamps,
Mrs. Frank, Mrs. Morrow, Mrs. addressed the clubon “ A Change wanted to get the price of a meal. ! »pot for the local contingent, n e ttin g 15 book of brownstamps and Rocky Mountain Tea the world’s
Do it tonight.
Hendrix, Mrs. Carter, Charley, I of Charter and Prospects of Sew
some red stamps. Finder leave Vankoughnet & Reder.
shots w ere long and difficult. C aptain
Jacob and Philip.
er. ” The talks were right to boro today.
at Lenneville’s shop.
is an old M ultnom ah s t a r and
the point and it is to be hoped
Officials Inspect — Superin- o Toomey
Melon Patch of 25,000 Acres i that
Mens Cassitrere, made in Ore
some day the charter may tendei tCompbell, Chief Engineer th ers o f th e club team have played
For Sale or Trade
—Cliff Purdy, son of B. F. be changed
all wool suits for only $12.50
Purdv. of this city, who is farm sewer system. so as to allow the Burkhaler and other officials of in th e bonnet o f Ire la n d ’s disciples to
at Bailey’s Big Store._________
the Southern Pacific visited For win. over th e M cL aughlins.
ing in the Imperial Valley, Cali
Barnett Y. Roe, a graduate of est Grove yesterday on ar. in In the prelim inary affair th e second in Forest Grove. New finish; all Pianos, organs and sewing
fornia, recently sent a large
complete. Near in. $1350. T. machines sold at the Bazaar on
photograph five feet long show Pacific and now a prosperous far spection tour of the new elec team of th e F o re st G rove H igh School J.
U. Kealty Co.____________ tf easy monthly payments.
ing a 25,000-acre field of canta
w ent down to a ll-to -7 d e fe a t a t th e
loupes and eighty-seven cars the exercises at the college yes ations Sunday. John Thorn handa o f th e second squad o f th e Pa
F or S ale or T rade : Stump Typewriters in good repair
burg. president of the Forest cific U n iv ersity . Robinson and H inea puller in good condition and from $25 to $35 at the Bazaar,
passing through the mammoth terday.
melon patch. These cars are
Will Easy payments.
scored all th e point* fo r th e losers, suitable for heavy work.
morning panied them on the trip.
loaded daily and the cantaloupes se ^ iL ^ 'a r fh e ^ ’ain^regational
while Patton, o f th e w inners, regis sell cheap for cash or take cow, I One th ou sani pieces o f new
shipped to all parts of the coun-1 church
Gavin Duncan, of Sarley N. D. I tered 7 points and T aylor and Axelaon young cattle, or calves, or
will be “Cooperation”
- - i popular sheet music just in at
try. The picture is on exhibit in In the evening Egbert Bishop has bought the Marsh property each threw a field basket. Coach in trade or might consider
a the Ba
the PRES8 office and may be seen will give a report of the great Na-
A street between Pacific Sksrtvedt acted as referee in the first light wagon if in good condition. Catalogues mailed free
by any one interested. Mr. Purdy tional Student Volunteer Conven avenue and First avenue south. ! contest.
C. A. Hoyt, Gales Creek
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i S ociety stationery of correct
ia raising alfalfa in the south and tion recently held in Kansas Mr. Duncan came here on account
Following w as the lineup in the main
F or S ale — F ou r head of horses. style and neat appearence may
cats a crop every six weeks.
City. The convention is said to of rheumatism and this climate event:
Enquire at Smith’s Barn, Main
to agree with him fine. | F. Grove.
McLaughlin S t r e e t . _________________ • be obtained from the P ress job
A daughter w as born, Monday, have been one of the greatest seems
to the wife of Mr. George Dror- conventions in the movements.
..F. C a p t . Toomey
Several pieces of* property,
laugh, of Forest Grove.
.. E ivers
B. F. Purdy has had a fine new Valley in the summer.
.. Smyth March Pullets at 50c each. Res each of which brings good rent,
Mrs. O. S. Higby has been on counter put in his store this Good Investment Co. made the Turner ....
... Leeb idence, end of 6th street North to exchange for acreage or vacant
the sick list for the past week.
John D. Dwyer, referee.
Mrs. Addle McGreer.
lots. K. N. Staehr, at Bazaar.