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Published every T hursday a t Korest Grove, O regon.
W. C. B enfer, E ditor and Publisher.
Study German with Miss (’enfold.
Hancock & Wiles carry Life,
E n tered as second-class m a tte r Ja n . 12. 1916,
1916. a at t the pos
postoffW a t F o rest G rove, Accident & Fire Insurance.
O regon, u n der the A ct o f M arch 3, 1879
Introductory Spanish Course, 10 les
T H U R SD A Y , OCT. 5 1916
Money to loan—Valley Realty
NOTES AND C O M M E N T S
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
We will insure your auto against
determination, the way the twig fire, theft and collision. Hancock
is bent has much to do with the & Wiles.
shape of what will some day be
J. E. Andrus had his Sunday
the sturdy oak. Last week the school class up Gales Creek for a Monmouth Friday evening and Pow ers rom pnny in figuring on d e v e lo p
writer tried to hire a couple of picnic last Saturday,
Saturday morning t h e y t o o k I ing h i ’ o h I mine on th e ir Eden Ridge
boys to distribute some bills up ■ For Sale—Young hickory-nut aboard Martha Allen and Grace ' holding!«.
and down the streets. The first trees. Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130 Williams and drove over to Salem Prineville voted $100,000 bonde to eid
I in financing cone tru e lion of railroad
two boy* interviewed had to go North “A” street.
to see the state fair, which, Mr. from m ain line of O regon tru n k to th a t
to the picture show and couldn’t
L. G M or ley came over from Allen says, was a great success. city by a vote of 358 to 1.
take the job, which would have Oregon City Saturday night and He says Washington county’s ex S u th e rlin —A 60-ton mill to be b u ilt
for handling ore of old Honan/.a quick-
taken about fifteen minutes of spent Sunday with his family.
hibit was very creditable. Sun | ailver mine which in being reopened 9
their time. Then another boy
Mr. and Mrs. M J. Abbott and day morning they took t h e i r mile» cant o f here.
come along and he said he’d do
daughter, Martha, and Miss Wil N orth Hend--Keel f«»r U rgen t b o a t
the work. Incidentally this last Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith visit liams back to Monmouth and ev er built on Coo* Hay ha* been laid,
boy showed the writer a fistfull of ed friends at Yamhill Sunday then came on to this city, where 1 boat to be 266 fe e t over all.
1 A sto ria—O ver 600 m en are now em -
money, dollars, halves and q u a rt-, afternoon.
Wm. VanDyke ha» just com they left Mrs. Allen and Mr. ; ployed, directly and indirectly, u|>on
Probably it was a good thing
pleted the painting on a new barn, Powell, took on A. G Hoffman a tre e t im provem ent work h ere. T he
and wife a n d went to Cedar viaduct system * will conitume over four
(for the merchants) that Scott &
Hurley got all the fair job printing son. He didn’t take the job the recent,y erected on his farm in Canyon with Gertrude Allen, million fe e t o f lum ber.
A rep o rt from U tah ntate* th a t O g
who is teaching in that district.
—it may keep them from circu-, writer offered him because he had t^lt‘ ^ erb°°rt district.
den cap italisU are adding exten siv e im-
lating a charity petition for a
he is willing to work. He’ll al- livery within the city limits, with
w h i l e . _____
ways have money, barring ill John Ryan and Wm. Goetter as
At a meeting of the State Fish health, while the other boys will carriers. The service s t a r t e d
Salem , O ct. 2. -In ord er th a t the
U tah -Id ah o S u g ar Co. o f G ra n ts Pass
and Game Commission, held in be too busy doing something else Monday of this week,
Washington County Transfers
ay com pete on a p arity w ith C alifornia
Portland Monday, it was decided
following real estate trans
to earn any great amount of mon-
Dr. Pollock, dentist, has re- refineries in shipm ent o f its product,
to close the pheasant - shooting
recorded with the regis
ey. The father of this industri- turned from his vacation and has the S o uthern Pacific Com pany has ap
season on Oct. 15th, the law giv
ous boy is well-to-do and the boy resumed his practice. Office over plied to the O regon Public Service ter of deeds at Hillsboro during
ing the commission that power.
probably doesn’t have to take Forest Grove National R a n k . Commission for au th o rity to establish the past week:
sam e fre ig h t ra te s from G ra n ts P ass to
C. A. Dick ¡son e t ux to C harles O '
Some local people who attended jobs away from home, but be- Phone 0136.
points in O regon as a re now in effect Malley. 1 acre sec 1, 3 S 2, $360.
the state fair are very outspoken cau<e he is his father’s son he’s
The Ladies' Working society from San F rancisco to sam e points.
F rank E. Grindle e t ux to Fred T.
M arshfield—O regon P ow er com pany W olford, 11,000 sq. ft. sec 31, 2 N 3,
in the belief that the Washington going to make good, just as his met at the Congregational church
county exhibit should
have re- dad has done. His name?
Oh, yesterday afternoon, with Mes- plans extension o f p o w e r line t o $ 10 .
W illiam W. B a rre tt e t ux to W illiam
cei\ed a prize, claiming it was that would probably embarrass dames Alexander, Armstrong and Randon.
R oseburg will ship one carload of O. McKinnon, 40 acres sec 12, 2 N 3,
better than some of the prize- the boy; but his last name is Walker hostesses,
beets to G ra n ts Pass su g a r factory.
$ 10 .
winners and more artistically ar-; Johnson.
A nabel M. F e rris e t v ir to S. S.
Councilman H. B. Johnson and
O regon broccoli com es on m a rk e t a f te r K ingery, 1 acre in Jo h n L. H icklin D
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lutta re all o th e r supplies are ex h au sted and L C. sec 36, 1 S 1, $10.
That Berkley Calif., woman,
turned Friday evening from their th e re fo re has m a rk e ts of world to itse lf. 1 Jo h n H. Adam* c t ux to Jo h n A. Mc
who tried to emulate Carrie Na
L exington—Evans Bros, sell 1280se re Coy e t al. p a rt of lot 4, blk 19, F o re st
What would follow the election auto trip to Pendleton, where they w heat
tion by attacking a saloon with a
ranch fo r $25,000.
G rove, $600
visited friends and saw the round
hatchet only succeeded in cutting
M r. Hughes can be accurately up. Mr. Johnson, l i k e Rev
A *toria—Young* Bay shipyard* now
Eli Poe to I. W. T hom as e t ux, p a rt
an index finger nearly off. She Predicted by what happened in
have seven larg e ocean-going vessels o f W. B. Chatfield D I. C sec 13, 1 S 4.
Holmes, says the big wild west
should practice up cutting wood ^ a^ street when the news was re- show was very interesting, but he on way, em ploying 400 skilled w orkm en. $10.
M arshfield—N orth Bend L um ber com-1 B. M. Lom bard e t ux to H. M. Cov-
before making another attem pt to ce*ved there that the republicans thinks th e steer-roping rather
pany will install an additional 40 h o rse ery, tra c ts 1 and 2, C hehalem M ountain
rival Mrs. Nation.
had carried Maine.* There was
pow er m otor served by th e O regon O rchards, $1114.
hard on the steers.
,—r--- Z~~m,- ■
an immediate boom in Standard
Pow er com pany. Tw o o th e r mills have
W. E. Rice e t ux to Reynold 0 . Ho-
Regardless of church affiliation. 1 01l( steel common, and what are
While out hunting with several sta
rte d running full tim e, em ploying b erg e t ux, 14.42 ac re s in W m.
the majonty of the people of For- ca||ed lhe . war bride„ stocks friends Sunday, a son of Fred about 125 m en. A local shipyard has Jo lly D L C, 1 N 3, $10.
est Grove will be pleased to learn It was said that Bethlehem Steel Dober of Cedar Canyon lost con recieved c o n tra c ts fo r co n stru ctio n o f
Free Methodist Church
that the M. E. conference for Ore common would go to $2,000 and trol of his car on a hill and the i th ro e a-ilditional lumt>«:r schooners an<!
Sabbath school 10 a. m., preach-
gon has reassigned Rev. R. E. U. S. Steel common to $250. car was overturned, throwing one wil1
40 horsepow er additional in
Dunlap to the local charge Many The first act of the Hughes ad of the passengers 75 feet down a I m otors served by th e Pow er com pany, j jn g 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening at
members feared their minister ministration was expected to b hill and scratching him up some- j One
m ore will be added w ithin a sh o rt tim e.
8 p. m. All art* welcomed.
might be sent elsewhere.
the passage of a protective tariff what. Two wheels of the car W a 11 o r v i 11 e —E leven-hundred acre
J. N. W ood , Pastor.
People who saw a well-known law that will give unquestioned and the wind shield were broken
Grand Army man wending his security to the steel manufactur- and two guns were badly dam G resham —S everal gold n u g g e ts re
I now have the agency for
way southward on “A” street last ing corporations for the next ten aged.
stock from the Orenco
ported found in P. R. L. & P. Co.,
Rev. 0 . H. Holmes Sunday g rav el pit.
Thursday evening, enveloped in a years at least and enable them tc
I Nursery one of the best in the
woman’s kitchen apron, may have reap profits that will sustain the ev ning preached a sermon on the G ran ts P a ss—Jo sephine county g e ts land; also the Russelville nursery
jumped to the conclusion that the j estimates of stock market values Pendleton r o u n d u p . He saw $3000 m ore fo r Pacific H ighw ay.
of Portland. All kinds of tree's,
T here a re now 31 vessels u n der con-1
gentleman was losing his mind, given above.
much that was who'esome at the stru ctio n in sh ipyards along th e C o lu m -: shrubs and bushes; good stock;
but he had a perfectly good rea
They called the m a rk e t a big western outing, but thinks the bia.
price right. J. F. Haynie, Forest
son for wearing the apparel which “Morgan market.” There was a roping and throwing of cattle is M arshfield—R eported t h a t Sm ith Grove, Phone 16X.
covered his trousers.
“Morgan market” when Taft was cruel, as horns are frequently
If the influence of President elected president a n d another
He investigated n the
Wilson is sufficient to stop a strike; “l“ 1
,, . re
that is nation wide, he must be a Hamraan market.
If Hughes; suite of prohibit.on a t Pendleton
pretty safe man to continue at | J « « elected there would without and wm told by the chief of police
the head of o u r government.!d,oubt- * a "Hughes market” that ,n one day during a roundup
When the fact stands out th a t' that would end just as disastrous- before prohibition 60 persons had
the consummation of t h e strike * to the people.
been arrested for drunkenness,
would have caused much sufferingI Wall street hates Wilson with a The greatest number arrested in
on any promise we make to deliver work on
and even starvation, to thousands, j bitterness that cannot be de- one day this year was 12, of whom
a given date. The Express has one of the
the magnitude of the achieve- » " ‘bed. There are a few men 10 were charged with drunkenness,
best equipped little printing plants in the
ment grows in the minds of the there w‘th the 8ood _ judgment to
The Ladies of the Congregation!
Willamette valley, having added several
isee tbc wisdom of his policies, and Working Society are gathering up
hundred dollars’ worth of material to the
. , , a ,.
, one or two financial journals have paper and old rags for another
Williams plant for
“i ™ “ i 2 g for
r i ^ the! •P° keD '"'“"I ° r tW° in -h'S dc: carload shipment, and any person
P. Hurley, ringmaster
, fense, but the great financial having old magazines, or other
late so-called “county fair, the power, headed by the House of 0ld paper, old rags, etc., they are
Express desires to suggest that i Morgan and Standard Oil, are willing to contribute to this cause
purposes and more good material is on the
the grangers of Washington coun- determined on his defeat. This will confer a favor by notifying
The management would very much
ty be offered the opportunity of
f*ir i “ m0re 3 fight of th*
! Mre. C. E. Hawke phone 223,
appreciate it if those in need of stationery,
managing the next county fair, j against Wall street and the money Mrs A. E. Scott, phone 613, or
office blanks, or any other kind of printing
Getting up ancI managing airs is power than was ever before waged Mrs. Willis Goff, phone 684, and
call at the office for samples and
a farm e rs jo b a n d t h e 1 nd if Feren t in the United States. The eIec. they wj|I semJ for them> The
prices. If you’re too busy to come to the
tion of Hughes would be going shipment will not be made until
use the phone and a representative
to the Express that there weren ^
to the time when Alderich about October 15th and all con-
enough farmers on thejob.
ruled the senate and Cannon the tributions to this work will be
The characters of men start house. Omaha World-Herald.
forming in childhood and, while
We will insure your auto against
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Allen,
circumstances and environment fire, theft and collision. Hancock daughter, Gertrude, and Clement
may have much to do in the final & Wiles.
Powell of Portland motored to
Before you place your order for
1917 Calendars, see our line of
sam ples; we may save you some
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