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FO R E ST GROVE, W A S H IN G T O N C O U N T Y , OREGON
T H U R S D A Y M ARCH 19, 1914.
Mrs. John Elder who has been quite
sick for some time Is slowly imprnv-
; ing a id can sit up part o ff the tim,jv |
FOREST GROVE PRESS WILL BE
CONSOLIDATED WITH NEWS-TIMES
A “ Costume Party” will be given
by the Endeavors Saturday night at
the Cnrt3jan church. Everybody In
L. K. Fisk, the barber with
pi ton and H nry Fogel were visitors
Mrs. Nellie Bogan, who has been
to the Rose City Sunday.
! visiting in the Grove, returned
J. E. Needham of Salem was look her home in Independence Saturday.
ing after business matters in
Mr. and Mrs. Reverend R.
were in Cornelius Sunday, Rev. Mil
G. B. Shore o f Beaverton made a
ler giving the address o f the morning.
business trip to the Grove Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Hankins, of Scoggins
of last week.
Mrs. Ben Hoskins spent a few Valley, visited in the Grove Saturday.
Rev. D. T. Thomas, Rev.
Mrs. H. W. Miller was visiting at
Staver and Rev. J. M. Barber of this the home of F. Hartrampf Friday.
city will occupy the pulpit both mom-
Anna Tompkins of North
’ evening at the Gaston Cong
Plains was visiting at the home of H.
regational church neixt Sunday.
W. Miller Sunday.
Elbridge and Henry Cheney
Chas. Staley was in Hillsboro last
in this city last week, visiting at the Tuesday on butiuese.
home of William Long. They
Mr. s.nd Mrs. Earl Miller were vis-
live at Banks and are employed in the i iting relatives at North Plains
mill out there.
Mountaindale last week.
Mrs. Mary E. Harbridge, of
Lew Davidson and w ife of Corvallis
Dulac, Wisconsin, after an extended are visiting at the Giltner home this
visit in California, Is now the house week.
guest o f her life-long friend,
Harold VVIrtz Is the proud posses- j
Marsiliiot, on North A. Street.
MISS ALTA WILLIAMS WINS
GRAND PRIZE IN PRESS CONTEST
Christine Mackrodt and Miss Ruth Frost W in First Prizes
were visiting with the former's daugh
sick Miss Alta W illia m s ............................
Mrs. Thomson of Gaston is
Miss Christine M a c k ro d t...................
ter, Mrs. W . F. Stockman, Sunday.
at the home o f her daughter, Mrs . J.
Miss Joy Adelott ..............................
Mrs. W ill Graddy who died last
Miss Una Emerson ...........................
Thursday morning at her home In this
M sses Alice and Grace
Miss Ruth Austin .............................
city was at one time instructor
in o f Hillsdale, were guests at the J.
Miss W inifred Littlehaies ................
Miss Wanda Todd .............................
German in the city schools o f Indian Baldwin home Saturday.
husband two children survive.
L. A. Tracy o f the Rose City was
looking after business matters In this
Misse« Clarice W aldro«, Joy Ayd- -
Miss Ruth Frost ................................
lott* and Velma Buntor made a busi Miss Tessie Johnston .........................
ness trip to Dilley Saturday.
Miss A riie F in e o u t..............................
Miss Meric Maurey ..........................
Ray Chapman, o f the Green Mount
Miss Lena M 'Burney ........................
ain, near Buxton, was visiting home
Miss Adelaide L e w to n .........................
folks at Cornellu Sunday. Ray seems Miss Ruth W illis ................................
to be a regular caller at Cornelius Miss j da O g le s b y ................................
A. McKay who has been visiting his
cousin In Portland the last two weeks
returned home this week.
il Purely Personal tP
John Scharer returned last
at from a two mouths’ trip to
Beach, California. A few years ago
A. E. Scott Purchases Press and W ill Consolidate With
he sold a cla m over on Wilson river
News-Times—This Is the Last Issue of
Card o f Thanks.
for $20,000 and he has the money in
W e desire to thank our friends and vested in easteru municipal bonds.
the Pres ¡
neighbors for their kindness in our
Charlie Dodds, o f the Kansas City
bereavement and fo r the many flo w
section, was in the Grove Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. W right. He and his mother recently
ed the old Perry Watson place where
Come hear about the “ Two greatest Bud used to play as a boy and they
A fte r nine months o f earnest e ffo rt to establish two first class news- +
papers in Forest Grove, Mr. A. E. Scott has purchased the Press 4 Feminine Terrors” in “ Mice and Men” will go Into the chicken business.
and will at once consolidate it with the News-Times. The change 4 at Marsh Hall, March 20.
Chas. Swaney and family, of Port
is looked upon with the general approval by the business men and the +
were guests at the Cady a
public at large, fo r under the new arrangement not only the advertisers +
W ATROUS W A N TS DIVORCE.
Whited homes Sunday.
will obtain better service for their advertising, but also will the readers 4
be furnished a better paper than would be possible when so much ex- *
Miles Wa'rous of this city has filed
Mr. Deardorff, o f Portland, was vis
pense is necessarily lost in needless duplication.
4 a suit against Rachael Watrous,
in iting friends here Sunday.
The editor o f the Press regrets very sincerely that he will not be * circuit court for the dissolution
able to continue his residence in “ Oregon’s Home Town,” and wishes to ♦
Vem Baldwin was a Gales City vis
Ihe marriage bonds. They were mar
assure his many friends that he will never miss an opportunity to visit ♦
ried in .this city November 23. 1896.
Forest Grove and Washington County.
Watrous alleges that Mrs. Watrou
J. Fitch and family have moved in
This is the last issue o f the Press and all out standing bills are re- 4
the Stas house on Sixth Street.
quested to be presented at once in order that the business affairs may 4
be settled. Collections fo r the three issues of this month will be made ♦ lor during the month of September.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Stevens, who have
Thursday and Friday o f this week.
4 1912. He asks for the custody
been visiting at Corvallis, retiAned
Thanking you all fo r the generous patronage that you have seen ♦ Hattie, aged 13 and Harley, aged 16,
fit to give to the Press and wishing you all your Just share in the pros- 4 asking for them as well as the
perity and development that is certain to bless this richly endowed 4 vorce.
Roy J. Schnerlnger o f this city ha®
community, I remain ever your friend,
A few months ago in a rather s> • sold his 160-acre ranch In the Rose
GEORGE H U N T IN G T O N C U R R E Y. +
bud reservation S. D. for $3000 to T.
national suit at Hillsboro Watrous
allowed $5000 in a suit against Nay O. Goff who has been spending the
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lor for the alienation o f his w ife’s a winter here but who will go to h s
new ranch immediately.
was made through the Good Invest
Peter Boke has traded his house ment Company.
Mrs. 421 ia Olson and son Archie and
Dick Huson of FernHIll made
— Contest Grand Success— Hundreds of N ew
Miss Edna Bailey were visiting at the business tr.p to the Grove Monday.
^ j m s of New t Haney
Harry Ford o f Centerville
Subscribers Added to List
Sunday at the Benjamin home.
Mrs. W olf and Mrs. Lewis of Cor
John Hidstnan o f Fern Hill
nelius were shopping in the
traiing at the local stores last week.
Jerold McKurel, of Sitka, Alaska,
Lee McChessney, o f Portland, was
was in this city Friday.
visiting with J. H. McFeeters
4 Grand Prize .........................................................................Alta W illiam s ♦
| E. V. Hamerger of Seattle made a
District No. One
business trip to this city Monday.
+ First Prize ................................................................. Christine Mackrodt 4
The W. C. T. U. meets at the Meth
Mattie Ktnler o f Portland was visa 4 Second Prize ............................................................................ Joy Adelott 4
odist parsonage Friday at 3 p. m. and
a good attendance of members and ing with friends in this city Monday ! 4 Third P r i z e .............................................................................Una Emerson 4
District No. Two.
all ladies interested in temperance is j Uncle Tom Todd is some better this 4
4 F irst Prize .............................. ..................................................Ruth Frost 4
desired. The program will be in cel week and is able to sit up a little.
4Second Prize ....................................................................... Tessie Johnston 4
ebration o f the birthday o f Neal Dow.
I Mrs. M. E. Ralston, o f this city, vis 4 Third Prize ...........................................................................A rlie Fineout 4
Thomas Isaacs went to Willamlna ited with friends in Hillsboro Satur 4
Saturday to take charge of the sing day.
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ing In a series o f revival meetings,
T. Wlgman was at his home in this
being held in the Methodist church
ants desired to see them win and in
Call and Get Prizes.
city over Sunday.
The names and votes o f others sisted on making the fact public, by
Mr. and Mrs. Layman o f Thatch • standing high in the
contest are voting for them and getting their
As a result o f the revival
meet were trading in the Grove Tuesday.
friends to do likewise, and the small
given elsewhere in this issue.
ing® held In the Methodist ch ifeh last
A ll that remains is fo r the young est boy or girl was just as powerful
Mrs. J. S. Polhemus o f Portland is
month about thirty-five members were
visiting her mother, Mrs. W. A. Daly ladies mentioned at the top o f the as their elders in boosting their fav-
received in the church Sunday morn
column to call and claim their own. oritp candidate. More than one man
in this city, who has been very ill.
A ll the prizes are ready to turn stole an hour or two from his office
R. F. Emmerson returned from his
Miss R ’ehards came in from her
at intervals during the contest to
home at Eugene Sunday evening and two weeks business trip to San Fran
Candidates and their friends throng make a personal canvass for some
is k eping house for her brother Guy cisco Tuesday.
ed the office all day Saturday, and the friend, and many a dinner dish was
E. Richards, teacher of the seventh
Miss Cla a Crawford visited
with contest department was taxed to its le ft unwashed while the women of
grade in the Central School.
They Mrs. Ben Hoskins of Dillry
utmost to handle those who had votes the household went calling and inci-
and subscriptions to turn in. A t 10 ; dentally looked for votes.
have rented three rooms in John Lax and Saturday.
The young ladies who engaged in
o’clock sharp the ballot box
ter's residence adjoining the
Mrs. Tenna Taicnrr, who has been
closed, and on Monday evening the the Press contest request us to sin-
v'siting at Tlmb>r. returned
ballots were counted with the re erely thank their many friends for
Mrs. C. M. Joy was visiting
her Friday evening.
the universal courtesy shown them
mother. Mrs. Jas. Ingles, of Gaston,
Mrs. Roy Close of Timber is spend-1
while m iking the canvass and for the
ing a week with her mothter, Mrs. E.
The history o f the contest is in liberal srpport given each one. The
Blaine Hoskins o f the Portland R. Blank.
teresting. Slowly at first the votes Press wishes also to thank each
Dental College was visiting with his
began to come in, then increased , vourig lady fo r her e ffo rt and all
Mrs. Blanche Richardson is quite
par. nts in the Grove over Sunday.
gradually for a while until when the friends who have in any way aided
ill this week.
workers got thoroughly warmed up the paper or the contestants.
John R <e who is attending school
the they rolled in in such numbers that To Ihe Forest Grove Press—
A 'b rt Friday of Roy was in
in the Grove spent Friday with home
Grove Saturday on business.
I wish to thank the many friends
the total »non amounted to enormous
folks at Wapato.
figures. The friends o f the contest who so generously and willingly
Mrs. Henry Harrington and daugh
ter. Mrs. Fay Harrington of Hillsboro vis ting r l a ’ lves here Sunday.
apolis and did unlveraity work at the!
University o f Wisconsin. Besides a
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Remember “ Mice and
Marsh Hall, tomorrow night.
Chowning, was in Salem Monday on
Miss Emma Morgan of Portland ¡3 business.
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
T. W. Sain and daughter, Wando, of
Mrs. Stephen Morgan in this city.
j Scoggins Valley, were Portland visit-
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Peters of this 1 ors Friday.
city were visiting their son in Port
j The Intermediate Endeavor Society
land the first of tlie week.
of the Christian church, will meet at
Mrs. Johnson of Firdale, Washing
6:30 instead of 3:00 as formerly.
ton who has been visiting with Mn^,
Anna and Eva Newman attended
A. A. Hail the past two weeks return
ed to her home Tu sday.
the Teachers’ Institute at D illty Sat
Roy Fogel, Amos LaHaie, Hill Tem urday.
days last week with her father, Wm.
Miss Beatrice Pogue is the
Crowther, o f Gales Creek.
of friends at Eugene this week.
telped me win the Grand Prize in the
•"'orest Grove Press Contest for
which I am highly appreciative. As
to the many rumors, I wish t!o state
hat I received no help whatever
from the “ Boy’s Club.”
A L T A W IL L IA M S .
Miss Vida ChHllacomhe.......................
City .................................... 1,929,940
C ity ...................................... 1,157,620
W atts .............
Gales C r e e k ....
Gole.- C re e k ....
and lot near the power house to Dan
McLeod for a 160-acre wheat ranch
in the Alberta country, and will move
h:s family there the middle of April.;
Mr. McLeod still owns 320 acres in
Canada but will make Forest Grove
Uis home, coining here for hi® wife's
health. The deal was made through
the Good Investment Company.
S. Wl-nnlfred Grathwell, the Pacific
University orator who won the state
championship last year, addressed a
big audience at the Taylor
Methodist church in Portlaad Sunday
and was given a royal greeting.
is carrying on his regular school work
at Pacific and making week end ad
dresses. luwt year Grathwell petal)
tished the Oregon dietetic record of 19
cents a day but this year he is living
better as he is eating with the boys
Mrs. Marion Hall, of the Oak H ill
section, was the guest of Mrs.
Hanna on Pacific avenue Sunday.
Allen Hayden, o f the Thatcher «co
tton, was trading with local merchan'*
Rev. Bean, o f Alaska, who Is hold
ing meetings at the Free Methodist
church delivered an interesting
dress to a large audience Sunday ev
Ben Dooley, of Banks, was
Monday visiting his daughter,
Carl Striblch. He is the blacksmith
in his town and In days agone was
recognized as one o f the master hunt
ers of this county as was his other
A. Wirak o f Portland was
the first o f the week visiting at the
home o f his brother, M. Wirak on Pa
Oliver Jackson has been enjoying a cific avenue.
touch of the grip the last few days
Henry Johnson of Gales City was
and says that he has been
here Monday. He owns a large prune
about everything under the BUn- He
orchard in that section and a couple
has taken a few drops of peppermint, o f years ago bought the O.
camphor, olive oil, hot foot baths and house on A. street with pruno mon y.
v rythiug except strong drink which
Mr. and Mrs. W ill Adler and three
Oliver is “ sot” against.
children who have been visiting
John Haynie, who is road
super Ari.ott and Stevenr. Point, Wisconsin,
visor for district number 13 has a for
rorce of men getting the highways In »h- Ir Forest Grove home last Sunday.
condition In h'B territory. He says
Mrs. S. R. Shi arer, o f Portland, has
hat now is the time to do the workt
been visiting at the Newman hum»
They are plowing and grilling.
on First Avenue Smith. Slit: is an
,-oad hack of the Hlnman place w II
aunt of the Newman girls. •
require a 300 foot fill four feet de©p,
Rex Dallas. Claude Hutchens
says Mr. Haynie and will cost con-
sid rahle to be put in condition. His Kennanl Dixon wont to Manning, Kir
men will work on the Haym s
and Grove and Buxton by rig Sunday in
Por:cr roads east of Forest
Grin , interest o f the Christian End avor.
and roads tributary to the condenser.
Ward Munki rs was home on a vis
Wapato lake at Gaston which f r It Sunday.
these many years has been the favo.
Earl Rlngle has r'turned to
i.e iluek pond for county and Portlai 1 work as a meat cutter in Hill.'-
•[Kjr'sni' n is to be drained by a b
¡itch and la'erals.
A steam pun
Eye strains aps tie
will be Ins allid to pump the lake dr
nervous system. It Is r spon
The la id will be sold for garden pu
sible for most h'-alir hes and
stomach trouble. An Interior examina
Several Forest Grove children have tion o f tli© ©ye as well as a car fill
been taken to physicians within the oonsldera'lon o f the nt rve r.nd mitsrli
conditions is essential, if accuracy i«
last few weeks to have adenoids
moved, which Is a splendid thing for drs'red. Drs. Lowe A Turner
Ihe youngsters as It has been fully equipp'd w l'h the tn'est electrical In
demonstrated that adenoids retard the, struments for examining the eyes an$
carry a complete stock o f eye gU e*
mental development of children.
mountings, franc e ami lens- s.
W. L. f ’ady, the real estate
have had more than 20 years exper
wan a county seat visitor Monday.
ience. They put science Into
exam'na’ lons and the result, is s rvic«,
Do you know now your great, great
grandmothers looked and acted. Come and satisfaction. Consult them .at II i
and see. Marsh Hail, 8 P. M. March te! LfUghlln Friday, M ar h 27'h. Sat-
20th. 35 and 50 cents.