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A N IN D E P E N D E N T W E E K L Y N E W S P A P E R
Voi. 1, No. 33
FOREST GROVE. OREGON, TH U R S D A Y , AUG. 24. 1916
NEWSY NOTES OP
High School Principal Resigns
$1.50 per Year
Arthur Wahl of Scoggins spent
Sunday in Forest Grove.
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Mr. ® E- Murphy, who has
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ahraham
been employed in t h e Forest
were Grove visitors Sunday.
The trial of Bennett Thompson, Grove high school for the past
Secretary Reder of the Wash
M ay Rufle of Ranks is visiting
ington County Fair association
relatives in this city this week.
M r«. Frost of W att« was in
Little Phyllis Frost has been Ristman, Portland jitney driver, school for one year, has resigned has received a letter from H. A.
near the town of Tualatin, on the his position and will engage in the Vickers of the 0. A . C. Extension
quite ill, hut is improving now.
Puul Fitzpatrick of Tillamook
Winnifred Hardison returned night of M ay 15, this year, is set practice of law in Portland where Bureau to the effect that the A g
spent Sunday at Forest Grove.
Saturday from a visit at McMinn j for Tuesday, Sept. 5, in thecir- he is aMOciatedI with h.s brother ricultural College w i l l furnish
J. H. McFeeters left for a two ville.
cuit court at Hillsboro. Thomp-
!Im °f.Murphy & Murphy,
weeks’ visit at Tillamook Thurs
in the Chamber of judges and lecturers f o r t h e
Mrs. A. B. Todd and children
Mr. M ur Washington County F a i r , on
are enjoying a vacation at New- dered Mrs. Helen Gore Jennings phy is a young man of excellent
in her home near Tualatin the
S. G. Hughes and family have port,
qualities and his many friends
same night Ristman was killed.
returned from an auto trip to
Prof. W. S Brown will judge
James Benoit left yesterday for
here will wish him a full measure
e x h i b i t s , H . A.
a visit with his parents in Port-
of success in his newly chosen
Schoth the agricultural exhibits
Mr. awl Mrs s. G. Morgan I land,
field. His successor has not been and Prof. W.
Barr the dairy
were visitors at the V. S. Ahra
Wanda Sain of Scoggins valley
exhibits. The judge for the
Saturday was the anniversary
ham farm Sunday.
is visiting Gertrude Allen this
imal husbandry department
j of the birth of Mrs. I/iyal M . Gra
Prof. I>-ster Ilennett of Philo week.
not yet been selected, but
math spent the week-end as a
Byron Goodman leaves today
name will be sent in before
guest of Mrs Louise Phillips and for Palo Alto, Calif., to enter thought the date too important
1 to the Graham home after dark
Vickers also states, in
Miss Laurene Penfer of M c
A wheel scraper costing $65 and Saturday evening to celebrate the
a program of the
Minnville arrived yesterday for a used less than one day, goes for
event. Mrs. Graham was at a
delivered by the
visit with the families of W. C. $35. Sec it at GofT Bros.
neighbor’s when the members of
The week ending Saturday last j perts on Sept. 21st will be made
tod W. L. Penfer.
Miss Margaret Morgan has re the party arrived, but came home was a record week in the county | up and forwarded in the near
Margaret McFeeters returned turned home from a weeks visit 1 soon after and was truly surprised clerks’ office. N ot a suit for di future.
Sunday from two weeks’ work at with relatives in Portland.
to find so many of her friends in vorce was filed and seven took
On Sept. 22d, Miss Helen
Lowengharts wholesale millinery
parlor. After spending sev licenses to marry. All other suits Cow-gill, assistant state leader
house in Portland.
working in LaGrande is spending eral hours at story-telling and filed involved money.
Industrial Club Work, will be at
Miss Ruth Frost and Ruth Put his vacation with home folks in j visiting, the ladies of the mvad-
Mary E. Rogers, et al.aresuing the fair to judge the Boys’ and
nam took the excursion boat up this city.
; ing force passed around the re W. H. Hembree to foreclose mort- Girls’ club exhibits,
the Columbia Sunday and enjoyed
freshments and shortly there gage and get judgment for $4225,
Miss Dorothy Joy left for the
a very pleasant trip.
after the visitors departed, wish
camp at Salmonberry Saturday.
Tom Todd, who is working on She will remain until the last of ing their hostess many more an r p% . “ « ? and^n "additional '• ”
The invaders weie $775 with interest from the 21st
the the S. P. construction near the camping trip
Messrs and Mesdames John Tern- day of April. 1915.
Corvallis, spent Sunday with the
Mrs. C. M. Hertzog, who has
home folks in the Grove.
piéton, R. C. Hill, A L. Sexton, j John M . Kessler, is asking ju dg-1
been visiting Miss M cIntyre of
®rtmfL9’ ment against Mary I. Knapp for
Mrs. Ida M. Patrick and daugh this city, rrtum«*d to her home in H
Eleven of the leading Loganber
■j- ^ McGill, John MaNamer, W . . the sum of $250, with interest at
ter, Dorothy, and Miss Frances McMinnville Sunday.
C. Benfer and Mrs. Lulu Ingersoll. g per cent from M ay 9, 1914.
Myers have returned from a stay
ry growers of Washington county
Mrs. Seymour, accompanied by
at the Eyry, White Salmon.
N. Secor Hyatt vs. E. R. Hen assembled at Cornelius last Satur-
a party of friends, motored to the
Misses Eva Bailey and Mhry
derson, . et al. The plaintiff . is day and took the initial steps to-
Billy Goff, recent victim of a Arthur Reeher place on Wilson
Heidel of Hillsboro were hostesses askint
power-driven wood saw. is getting River last Thursday.
Sunday at a swell picnic dinner at
t S 8 per
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, of the Wash-
along nicety rad there is now no
Roderick Falls, the guests being 12th of August, 1914
>ng t°n County Loganberry Grow-
doubt about saving his hand.
W. C. Benfer entertained the M. Tom and Dr. Frank Bailey and
„ ,_____ . . ers Association, an organization
Mrs. Charles Canfield of Ore E. Aid Society at the Bernard George McGee of Hillsboro, Missj
d?s« ned t0 er,coura8e ,he Z ™ '™
gon City and Mrs. Julia Spring of home yesterday afternoon.
Robb of Portland and Jack and suk against M a ri M um s n and of
more and better berries, the
Waukegan, III., spent Tuesday
Marjory Forbis and Mr. and Mrs.
with Mrs. L. S. Phillips and fam
gage and asks a decree for $200«, j i g j * “ tc Harrv
day from a trip to North Bend, R. W. Reder of this city.
with interest at 8 per cent and
Harry N taffljj, W; A.
Mrs. Dyke and the baby
The Nawaka Camp Fire Girls are still visiting at North Bend.
Last Tuesday was Uncle Levi a‘s<\ a ™mor. amount alleged to a p p o in t a committee to draw
returned Wednesday from Sal-
Smith’s eighty-sixth birthday an- ,)e due from taxes paid on certain up and submit for consideration
The three-year-old son of Lester
monberry, where they have been
at a meeting to be held at Cor-
*s quite ill with pneu- niversary and a number of his p™p , -v ;.
in camp with Dr. and Mrs.
friends recognized the event by
F. D. Sitwell has sued Augusta nelius on Sept 2 a set of by-laws,
| monia at the home of his grand
sending him flowers and best Dether et al, to foreclose a mort- j .
Buchanan presided at the
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cook.
wishes. M r. Smith come to Ore gage given to secure $1,000, with meeting and Chas. LaFollette was
Prof. Bates went Tuesday to
Mrs. Alwin Blum and two gon in the early seventies and has interest at 7 percent from the 11th secretary
visit Dean and Mrs. Clark and
day of December, 1914.
done real well for a youngster.
the Ha-Ha Camp Fire Girls, who
are camping near the Reeher place, ^ u" ty ’ are «pending this week at
Chas. E. Montgomery is fore-
Monday was Mrs. J. T Fletch-1closing a mortgage held against,
on the Wilson river.
the home of Mrs- L - S * Ph,l,,ps*
Last Sunday, while Dr. C. E.
Mrs. Mary Voget and four , , ^ artin En.chi de, who was pain- er’s sixty fifth birthday annivers Peter Johnson and asks judg- Hawke was turning his auto in
danghters, and Miss Helen Phil- - y burned in a gasoline explo ary and she received, among other ment for $50 with 8 pw cent in-1 th street in front o( his home, a
lips came down from Hubbard sion a week ago yesterday, is suf gifts, three bouquets of beautiful terest from January, 1912.
! couple of Portland speed demons,
Sunday morning and spent the fering considerable pain, but his flowers from out-of-town friends.
■ wounds are healing nicely.
* * '" " ■ ’* vT “ m*
mounted on a motorcycle, dashed
Tuesday Mrs Fletcher ate a birth
day with Mrs. L. S. Phillips.
In the matter of the estate of j . 4
W. R. Dickson, a petition has into t“ e doctors car> smashing
Thousands of Oregon and Cali
been filed for the issuance of let- the fender, bending the steering
fornia people are gat hered today at last week, Ed Sayres had the mis Walter Sargent of Gales Creek.
ters testamentary to C. A. D ick -, rods on the auto and smashing
North Bend to celebrate the open fortune to have a timber fall on
Mrs. Chas Hines entertained
ing of the Willamette-Pacific line one of his legs, painfully bruising thirty-six ladies at an “ A t Home” son and the admittance of the es the front wheel of the motorcycle
to a hopeless wreck. One of the
of the Southern Pacific railroad.
A musical program tate to probate.
riders also suffered a nasty cut on
Vera Schiffer, Oliver Buxton
Prof. A. M . Bean, a former P. was enjoyed and all had a pleas
Marriage licenses were issued to his leg. While they were at first
and Mrs. Stribich motored to U. instructor, writes A . G. Hoff ant time.
the following parties last week: inclined to be saucy toward the
Banks Sunday to enjoy a chic ken man from Los Angeles to the
Knute B. Matson and Marie doctor, the speeders later admit-
dinner at the Itufle home. Mrs. Cffect that he and Mrs. Bean are
Arnie Dickson and Maud t^d that the^ steersman had lost
Stribich will stay for a few days. enjoying good health and having
friends at a Silver Tea Friday. Keenon; Clifford A . Thompson, his head ., and . tried to take the
Warren Tupper, an alumnus of a good time.
D e l i c i o u s refreshments were and Eva E. Kessler; Fred Luethi wrong side of the street. They
Rev. C. C. Rarick, pastor of the served and a delightful time was
Pacific University, who has been
and Adara Alspaugh; Wilbur ai?.°
attending the Uuiversity of Wis- Central M. IL church of Portland, enjoyed by all.
Harper and Rose Topp; Meru miles per hour when they struck
consin the past year, arrived Fri- i preached at the local M. E. church
Connett and Fay Meyers; Lester t‘ie aui°- Monday one of the
day to visit a few weeks with last Sunday and Rev. Myers of .
D. Tallman and Margaret E. speeders came up from Portland
Hillsboro will preach next Sunday,
with a new front wheel and took
Peterson, both of Beaverton.
Misses Anna Taylor, Florence morning and evening.
his machine home.
Dr. Harld Bates, son of Prof.i
The one cream that thoroughly
Enchede, Elcy Walker and Mr
A Bremen dispatch in this morn- h . L. Bates, sailed Saturday from P o s t a l R e V e illie S
John Taylor went to Banks Sun cleanses the pores and makes the
day and conclue ted League ser skin smooth and soft is N yal’s ing’s Oregonian states that the j New York for France, where he
vices in the evening. F’rank Fleck Face Cream.
It is antiseptic, Deutschland, German undersea I will serve for at least six months
took them in his auto.
greaseless and will not cause hair freighter, which left American as a physician and surgeon in a
Washington, Aug. 19.— T h e
waters Aug. 2d, anchored at the
Misses Beth Potwin and Velma to grow. Best for your complex mouth of the Weser yesterday af British base hospital. Dr. Bates
treasnry department is in receipt
McConkie returned Tuesday from ion. Get a sample at Littler’s ternoon, with officers and crew in I has had medical practice in New
a check for $5,200,000 from
the Salmonberry, where they h ave: ^ armaoy
at John Hopkins University.
Postmaster G e n e r a l Burleson,
been in camp several weeks. Miss
The m e m b e r s of Riverside
McConkie left yesterday for Con- j «range will enjoy a basket picnic
Jacob Hoover, aged 72, died at
Rev. R. E. Dunlap, wife and covering the surplus in postal
don, when1 she will visit friends, j in () Neill’s Canyon, one mile his home in Portland last Mon children arrived Monday from revenues for the past fiscal year.
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. southwest of Dilley, tomorrow.! day and was buried north of j Vernonia, where they have been
This is the third time since the
Avery Rafferty and fanfily ar)d visitors are invited to bring lunch
spending a part of their vacation year 1836 that surplus postal rev-
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wehley, in
but should leave their'
the Rafferty car, and Mr. and dogs and guns at home. Good 1 terday afternoon, J. S Buxton of and, after transacting a little bus- enues have been deposited in the
Mrs. Josh Sessman and Miss speakers will talk on subjects of i this city having charge of the iness in this city, departed again treasury, according to Secretary
funeral for a Hillsboro under today tor the Wilson river, for McAdoo, and all three of them
Florence Wehley, in the Sessman interest to all.
taker. Deceased came to Wash a continuation of the mid-sum- since the beginning of Burleson’s
car, made the Columbia highway
county when not more mer rest.
Rev. Dunlap looks administration.
trip the first of the week.
In the fiscal year 1913, the sur
Dr. and Mrs. O. H. Holmes and
This morning’s Oregonian car this county ever since, up to seven
was $3,800,000 and in 1914
Prof. Bates motored to Strassel ried a dispatch from Washington
Washington county’s share of
years ago. when he moved to
Prof. Bates spent the which intimates that President
Portland. He was never married. the irreducible school fund for the
week with Mr. Fenenga, while W’ilson has practically convinced
year amounts to $14,741.10, ac
Hop-pickers w a n t e d ; good
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes went on to the railroad presidents of the ad
A son was born last Friday to cording to the apportionment re-'shacks, pleasant location; 80c per
Salmonberry to visit their daugh visability of granting the trainmen Mr. and Mrs. William K ap p lejr., cently made by the state treas- hundred. Write R . M. Harding,
ter, Lulu, who is in camp there.
of Davids Hill.
the eight-hour day.
Sil verton, Oregon.
S O C IA L N O T E S
The County Seat
Reaches Home Port
Show Big Surplus
Strike May Be Averted