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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
Vol. 1, No. 39
FOREST GROVE. OREGON, TH U R S D A Y , OCT. 5. 1916
day afternoon. M r . Weather
ford advertises that he will handle
the question with a pitchfork and
those who know him believe he
i will keep his promise. You are
The County Seat
W a s h in g t o n C o u n t y E d it o r !* ! A s s o c ia t io n
N sw s
B u re a u
$1.50 per Year
sister, Mrs. Joe Williams, and j
brother, Dan Parsons, leaves to
day for her home.
M r and Mrs. J. F. M cGill vis
ited Sunday at the home of A. C.
Between 90 and 100 men and
He will speak at M cM innville
Henry Drarbaugh of Eddy had
A. C. Shut« h u filed nuit against J.
Oct. 11th and at Hillsboro Oct. S. Lorning to recover judgment for the misfortune a few days ago to women gathered at Verts Hall
have his auto truck smashed by a Monday night to hear the address
$200 and interest.
Maude E. is suing George C. Watkins freight train up near Schofield.
Grange Meeting Saturday
of Milton A . Miller of Portland,
who spoke under the auspices of
Gale Grange will meet in regu
treatment. She asks alimony and the entertained in the neighborhood
the Woodrow Wilson league.
lar monthly session at the I. O. O. restoration o f her maiden name.
of one hundred ladies at a recep
The speaker was introduced by
F hall Saturday, Oct. 8th, at
G. A. Stark is suing the Bankers & tion in honor of the lady members
10:30 a. m.
Merchants Mutual Fire R elief Associ of the new Pacific University fa c -1 W. J. McCready, president of the
The Egg Circle committee will ation for $700 and interest, to cover a ulty. There was music and a nice league, who implored the inde
report and. as several of the loss by fire.
pendent voters to investigate the
Casper Brog is being sued by the Ad
Grangers are preparing to conduct
The regujar business meeting of records of Wilson and Hughes be
extensive poultry plants, the ad justment Bureau o f the Portland Asso the W. C. T . U. will be held with
ded information which they can ciation o f Credit Men for $917.66 and Mrs Potwin, north A street, on fore e n d o r s i n g or condemning
give will add to the committee re by F. H. Wheeler for $147.
Friday, Oct. 6th, at 2:30 p. m. either.
He prided himself on being an
Topical program and current
The committee on resolution»
independent voter—so independ
increasing automobile licenses will Barbara Kes»ler and asking that Mich- superintendent,
ent that he left the republican
J. S. Buxton has leased the party in 1907 because Roosevelt
give the result of their investiga ael J. Kesaler be appointed adminis-
tions. The quarterly statement trator.
Bean property, corner A street
had allowed Wall street to dic
of the Grange will be given and
I»u i»e Durst petitions for probating and First avenue, north, and will
the lecturer, Mrs. Orla Buxton, o f will o f Melchior Durst and the ap- take possession in the near future, tate h i s policies. He believes
has the following program ar pointment o f herself as administratrix. The house now Occupied by the Hughes to be an honest man, but
Frederick Ellingsen ask that the will Buxtons, west of the Laughlin ho he is a born aristocrat and his
training had been in the law
W. A. Williams will give a talk o f Henry E. Ellingsen be admitted to tel, will be for rent-
offices and councils of the corpo
A delightful trip to Newport, rations, so that he couldn’t get
on the amendments to be voted probate.
M arriage License.
Tillamook, Salem and M t. Angel
on at the November election.
Marriage licenses issued
Robert A. w as m ad e
w eeg b y R e v . the viewpoint of the farmer and
M . Bernards will talk on exper
working man if he tried.
Sherwood and Veda H. Rorey, Peter H. Father Buck and Ollie Hollevoet.
iments in pig-feeding.
He called attention to the fact
Vanderzanden and Wilhelmina Van de They took a tent and camped by
Mrs. A. B. Todd will read a pa
Hey. Harry L. Flint and Annabel R. the way. They declare it is the that a crowd of rich women, rep
per on Grange work.
resenting Wall street, the smelter
only way to enjoy an outing.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Buxton will
trust and other predatory inter-
Mrs. E. A. Sharp
vis- ests, were travelling over the
tell of their visit to the state fair
„ - who , was
iting in Forest Grove during the country in a train called “ The
and Grange melodies will be sung.
at St. Anthony s Rectory, Golden Special,” trying to tell
Mrs. M ary Porter has just had
of _ her brother, Rev. American women how to vote.
her home newly painted.
Father Buck, is building a very ¿ ¿ ¡ng 0f the moneyed class, the
S. G. Morgan and wife returned pretty little bungalow on
her women were out to defeat Wilson.
Saturday from the state fair.
property a half mile north of Cor- i « These women, who come from
Mrs. Watson, milliner, is going nelius.
Eighty men and women gath
anti-suffrage states, will be in
er« d at I. O. O. F . hall last even out of business. See page 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Sharp Portland this month to tell the
ing to celebrate the »¡xty-fifth an
Carl Hoffman and D. H. Denny announce the birth of a son on j women of Oregon what is best for
niversary of the founding of the are at the McMinnville roundup. Sept. 18th. The young people them.
Rebekah degree of Odd Fellow
M r. and Mrs. J, S. Buxton vis- are well and favorably known in
Mrs. M ary M . Beal, aged 86,
M r. M iller opened by t&king
ship and. after listening to an ex ' ited friends in Portland Tuesday. Cornelius, having formerly made
passed away at the home of her
in the audience to study the
cellent literary and musical pro
their home at that
nephew, W R. Hicks, in this city
M . F. Derting has closed the
gram, everybody was served with
are now l i v i n g af WiUtstnn sconce of government, saying the
Saturday evening of progressive
Star Confectionery and is selling
r„!atinn«’ politicians did not want this, but
an appetizing cafeteria lunch.
North Dakota. Congratulations.
paralysis and funeral services were
i the fixtures.
i ». D
' it would be best for the mass of
The program consisted of a talk
Uncle Charley Russell of the common people if they did more
held at the Hicks residence Mon
Mrs. G. B. Tedrowe returned
day afternoon, by Rev. J. N. on the Rebekah degree by R. C. last evening from a six-weeks visit Forest Grove Shoe Store, who be- studying and less following,
gan selling shoes (and boots, too)
(ContinUed on page Five)
Wood, the remains being interred Hill, a recitation by Mrs. John at Baker City.
in Forest View cemetery.
Druggist C. L. VanKoughnet he was only knee-high to a grass- i
F. Humburg and two by a ladies’
Mrs. Cady Dead
Mary M . Smith was born in quartet, composed of Mesdames attended a Rexall banquet in
been received in this
Monroe county. Tenn.. Feb. 16.
Bernard, Benfer, Carmack and Portland Tuesday night.
leather than the chap who invent-1
1830, where s h e resided until
A daughter was born Tuesday ed it, has an interesting little tale city of the death at Santa Ana,
1853, when, with her parents, she
Calif., of Mrs. M ary E. Cady,
to M r and Mrs Dan on the last page of this issue.
Mesdames Bernard, A l l e n ,
moved to Missouri, where the
82, mother of W. L. Cady of
The Faithful Band
Sunday this city. D e a t h occurred at
mother died ten years later. In Pogue and Dixon participated in
1873, with her father, three sisters the ritualistic anniversary cere ! Mrs. Jessie Covert, who has school class o f the Christian Santa Ana last Thursday and
and one brother, she started for monies, which proved very inte been bedridden for the past three church, accompanied by their M r. Cady was with his mother
Oregon. The father died in San resting to members and non-mem months, is somewhat improved teacher, Mrs. J. A. Parker, and when the end came, he having
> th is week.
Miss Violet Glaisyer, had a jolly gone to her home when word of
Francisco and the remaining mem bers alike.
picnic last Saturday in N aylor’s her illness reached him, a month
bers of the family came by boat
to Portland and later settled in composed of Mrs. Susie Hatfield er at a republican rally at Verts Grove. They spent an enjoyable ago. The body was interred at
Cornelius. From Cornelius M ary and Misses Belle Darling and hall at 8 o’clock tonight. Every- evening around a bonfire, toasting Santa Ana.
| body invited.
weinerwurst and marshmallows,
later went to Klickitat county. Jeanette Little._________
Deceased is survived by the
Sam Walker went to Hillsboro
The W. R. C. social meeting following children: Mrs. Sarah
Wash., where in December, 1876,
Florence Templeton Married
' this morning to attend the street was held last Thursday and those Butterfield, S p o k a n e , Wash.;
she was married to John Beal. In
They say ‘women can’t keep a fair and help organize the Pioneer who missed it missed a good j Grant
1889 M r. and Mrs. Beal came to
Cady Sunnyside, Wash.,
Forest Grove and here the hus secret,” but you can just bet your association.
thing, for the hostesses had^pre- Leonard Cady, Las Animas, Colo.;
band died in June, 1893. De last jitney that they can keep their
Mrs. Harley LaMont, who has Pared an excellent lunch. They William L. Cady, Forest Grove,
ceased united with the Baptist own secrets. Florence Templeton been very sick for the past ten were Mesdames John Anderson, Ore.; Mrs. Minnie Lee, Mrs. H i
church at the age of 17 and has of this city, daughter of M r. and days, following an operation for i,ra,
Crabtree, W . C. Benfer, ram Rodgers and John Cady,
always been a consistent Christ ! Mrs. John Templeton, was mar appendicitis, rested quite well last Barker, and John McNamer. Do Santa Ana.
not forget Cornelius next Thurs-
She leaves to mourn her ried to J. W. Ethingon, a former njKbt
Deceased made her son a visit
death one siister, Mrs. Maria cashier in the First National bank
F. W . Mulkey of Philomath da£.
in this city two years ago and
Lusby of Granger, Wash., and
emony being performed in Port spent Monday night at the home .. The wedding of Miss Willamina made many friends who will re
several nephpws and nieces.
land, and for nearly a month the of Mrs. L. S. Phillips, on his way ^andehey and M r. Peter Yander- gret to learn of her death.
t ° ° k place at a nuptial
j bride and her mother have kept home from an extended visit in ?f.n
S. W . Grathwell dropped off
High Mass at the church in Roy
The Sunday evening benedic
here for Sunday and Monday, on
tion service will be resumed again ' Mrs. Ethington are living in Port
Lloyd and family, who S . Z ' S S .
“ t L
lived the past vear near the Father Springer officiating. • The his way to Chicago, where the
at St. Anthony’s chapel commenc land while the groom looks around have
nave n veotn e past year near ine yoUng people are well known in prohibition headquarters for which
cemetery here, moved to the Wd- - >his
and a host of friends he is working, are situated. He
ing Sunday evening, Oct. 8th, at for a business location.
son farm, three miles west of town,
6:30. Everyone is most cordially
offer congratulations and good expects to travel through the east
Giguere Buys Pacific Market
and are pleasantly located now.
welcome. T h e following ques
and south on a lecture tour. Mr.
Chas. Giguere, who quit the
tions will be answered during the
Sam Cox is manager and Orlan
Rev. Father Buck accompanied Grathwell is an old student of
service: “ Why do Catholics have butcher business seven years ago do Romig assistant manager of
by Dr. WTard went to Mount Pacific University and has many
a Pope?” “ Will God condemn to engage in farming, has pur the P. U. Index, which resumed
to the celebration of FTior, friends here.
me for not believing in Christ chased the Pacific Market of T .C .
ublication this week. Ruth J.
ianity? I have tried to believe Lord, j r , and is again a full- [aines is editor and Glenn Jack
An Enjoyable Social
on Sept 29th. It
but find it impossible?” “ Can fledged butcher, having taken assistant editor.
was one of the largest Catholic
only Catholic Christians be saved, charge of the market this morning.
Mrs. Virgene Frazer aad little celebrations ever withessed in the Endeavorers held a live social in
according t o t h e C a t h o l i c He invites those in need of meat daughter, Jean, of Portland visit
state, and visitors were present the parlors of the church Tuesday
Church?” Every Sunday even to give him a trial order.
ed over Sunday at the home of from the entire Northwest. Din evening.
The first thing after
ing questions will be answered if
During the two years he has i Mr. and Mrs. Edgar. Little Jean
at the door was a coat
ner was served at noon to some
they pertain to religious subjects conducted the market, M r. Lord is a familiar figure in the Selig
a great deal
six or seven hundred guests, the
and are sentjto the pastor.
has built up a good business, but | productions, at Los Angeles.
refectories of the Abbey. Seminary of amusement.
he is tired of being cooped up for
Tom Williams of Hillside was and College being filled to their
The “ moving pictures,” which
Weatherford Is Coming
twelve hours a day and will seek ; painfully injured a few days since
shadows cast on a screen by
Mark V. Weatherford of A l something not so confining, after
bany, democratic and prohibition a few months of loafing. He will when a pitchfork fell out of a hay tion was enhanced by the pres-1 the actors behind, were exception-
nominee for congress from this probably remain here this winter mow (a distance of 32 feet) and ence of t h e renowned singer, ally good and talent and original-
drove the tines two inches into Madam Schumann Heink w h o ity were displayed. About a hun-
’ district, will speak on the Brew
the victim ’s shoulder muscles.
sang at the Pontifical High Mass dred were served delicious Bavar-
ers’ Amendment to the prohibi
and also at the general reception ian cream, cookies and hot choco-
tion bill at the Forest Grove M.
vallis, who has been visiting her in the afternoon.
E. church at 3 o ’clock next Sun- the fall battles.
With all members present ex
cept Councilman Coon, the city
fathers met in adjourned meeting
Tuesday evening and heard the
reading of the report of Engineer
Koon of Portland on his findings
in an examination of the local
sanitary Hewer. M r. Koon, who
designed the sewer, had spent two
days (Friday and Saturday last)
going over the visible portions of
the same and stated that he
found the system not in a condi
tion for acceptance, because the
pipes contained considerable mud
and cement, some of the flush
tanks leak and in a number of in
stances there are minor defects
that should be remedied before
the system was offered for accept
ance. Regarding the 973 feet of
lateral City Engineer Kirkwood
had condemned as leaking excess
ively, Mr. Koon suggested this
this piece of work be tested in
wet weather before its acceptance.
Beyond staking Contractor Elliott
to furnish the city engineer with
cost invoices for materials used
in excess of those mentioned in
the specifications, council took no
action other than ordering the re
port filed. M r Elliott agreed to
furnish the invoices and to flush
the mud out of the system.
After ordering some repairs to
the paving where it had been cut
in laying the sewer, council ad
The regular October
meeting will be held next Tuesday
evening, at which time there will
probably be more sewer talk.
NOTES AND PERSONALS
Lady Odd Fellows
Death of Aged Woman