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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY. JULY 25. 1918
Second Mole Pelt Pool Completed
Two Forest Grove Boys
Elude the Submarines
Had Their Pictures Taken
Wants a Change
Nineteen members of the Iowa
The ®‘‘cond m° le pelt pool just
completed, nette<11810 pelts,mak
Hill brass band came to this city !
Sunday morning and posed fo r !
ing a total this season of 4190
Oliver Buxton, son of Mr. and Photographer Bryant, who took
I*, ople living in ‘ this
(art * of pelts and many more have been
The resignation of Rev. A B.
Oregon are ho used to rain that a disposed of by the boys and girls Mrs. A. T. Buxion of Molalla, the pictures of the members of Patten, pastor of the local Con-
and Kenneth Hawke, son o f Dr. !*?e
landing on the steps of gregational church, was read to
common, everyday rain evokes no ihemselves.
Marsh hall. The members of the , lu
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comment, but the storm which
If lh«* average price received for
viHited Washington county Mon the former pool is received for mer residents of this cify .'w ce
day afternoon was not a “ com .this lot the total value of pelts, members of the crew of the cruiser I
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.n d S j ' “
mon" rain; it was a regular Neb thus disposed of will amount t o 1 •
<^an piego,«u nk off the Atlantic
to be relieved by October 1st and
raska or Kansas downpour ac $1250 00, and if we use the con coast last Friday by either a Hun
gives as his reason for resigning
com pan led, in tome section«, with servative figure of each mole do sub or mine, but both have been man and Don Pearson, clarinets; the fact that he is not satisfied
hail und a heavy wind There ing $1.00 damage to the crop' the spaied for further activity against . Louis . Brandaw and John
' with the results obtained,
was very little hail in thin city, county has sav-d an additional the unspeakable Kultur Fritters. ke. baritones; Major Tanner,1
but to the north and west hail amount of $1190. while if figures Kenneth Hawke was aboard the Frank Hogue and Billy Thurnher, I M r- Pati en has been here four-
trombones; Herman Pfahl and
n in th s and during that time
did much damage to fruit tree«, from the county clerk’s office are San Diego
_ and was among those Hans Thurner. altos; Frank Bran has endeared himself to practically
grape vines a n d grain.
The used, much more ha-< been sav'd. I saved, but Oliver Buxton, radio
!every member of his congregation
David’s Hill section was probably Bounties were paid on 11,297 operator, who had been on a visit,. daw, B
, flat . tenor;
... „ Henry
bass; J- W. Cornelius, E flat a n d many people outside his
the greatest sufferer and several (moles and gophers during the to his parents and to relatives in
church. He is an able preacher, a
M - SLturrn- snare drum; clear thinker and a very compan
residents of that section estimate months of May and June alone, this city, had noi rejoined his
Goetz, bass drum.
that on the “ hill” alone, the hail which shows that the boys and sh p when -he w is sunk Oliver
So far as the writ
The band was organized about er has been able to learn, there is
und wind did $25.000 damage by girls of t hr* county are as eager to [ left Portland Satu day, July 13th,
breaking and washing out fruit get the scalps of these little Kais to join the crui-er at New York, ] Christmas, last year, and has no friction between the pastor
trees and «mashing down grape ers as are the troops at the front but it appears he did not get to ! made wonderful progress, rs was and any members of his flock, all
vines and breaking up the fruit, to gel the scalp of the Kaiser him- New York in time to join his | demonstrated by a concert given of whom will regret to have him
comrades, for his parents received on the streets of this city Sunday leave. If Mr. Patten were any
both prunes and grapes.
a telegram from him Tuesday of morning The members are very thing but a minister, the writer
many places the soil was washed
! this week, ^ying he was not anxious to play at the county fair would think he was afflicted with
away as deep as it had been
aboard the San Du-go when she and the writer can truthfully *ay wandering feet, b u t peachers
plowed, the floods carrying the
went down, but was safe in New that if the sample of music given
soil to the roads and valleys.
don’t often have this complaint,
York. Only the day b. fore the here Sunday is a sample of what | In conver.atlon wilh the writer,
Fences were washed out and at
receipt of this mes-age the war the members can do. they should Mr. Patten stated that he was
the home o f Henry David the
department had notified Mr. and he hired for the fair. Several getting to an age when he had to
flood broke in the walls o f the
The six-day session of the E l Mrs Buxton that their . son 1 members J of
cellar, under the house, breaking
L band d"
'’wer'i'! begin to lay by something for old
or hp wou,d not bp thinking
more than 100 filled glass jars.
lison White Chautauqua which
Among the heaviest losers on came to a close in this city last
of leaving —
Forest Grove so long as
the hill are Grant Hailey, Wm. night was the most successful, rescued from the San Diego for before the fair.
the congregation would keep up
he simple reason that he had not
Kappel, Chas. VanDoren, Ernest
his salary, for this was one of the
Reuter, W. E. Haage, Will Crab both as to attendance and merit rejoined her after his visit home
easiest charges to fill he ever had;
Dr and Mrs. Hawke received
tree and Bernard Ortman, with of programs, so far held in this
the people of the church appeared
word last Monday that their «on
a number o f others damaged in city.
f n r l l | m R n q c f to be easy to please, and never
AUi 11U1I D C d d l complained of being neglected by
The attendance has been fully had been saved
There was very little damage twenty-five peicent better than, There were but six lives lost in
Washington, J u l y 23— Wilh their pastor, but he is ambitious
done in the city, but some people last year and the matter of secur- | the sinking of the ve-sel
I probably not much more than
be doing more than there is for
were pretty badly scared, es ing pledges enough to bring the |
250,000 American troops engaged binn to do here, with about one-
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
pecially the majority o f the 500 Chautauqua back next year has \
in the present battle, but with [bird of his original congregation
in the Chautauqua tent. The * been much easier than it was last
The Book Store is headouartersivirtua,1y 1.000,000 others either having eft the city. He has no
storm lasted less than a half- year.
1 tie Book More is headquarters . n France or hastening acros* the . particular charge in sight at this
for all the latest popular music.
hour in this city, during which
All the numbers on the prog-am
ocean o join in the fight, Gen- t,me*
the w'ind blew fiercely and the were so good that it is hard to
Dr. Darland, Chiropractic and |traI F°ch has been able to turn
rain came down in sheets.
pick the best. Some people pick Natureopaih. Office at A St. & the tables on the enemy and
n A C Corvallis I,.lv 93 _
one* crowd of entertainers and 1st Ave. N. Phone 676.
strike a blow that has changed
k .i • ’
Bought Two Farms
some another, but there has been
the whole trend of the war
»P»1“ ? ‘’S i',? «
W. F. Ebert, brother to Rev. no complaint of the character of
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. many of the bean fields, feeding
John Ebert of the local M. E. I entertainment provided
T h e camping up Clear Creek.
f och will have at least 2,000 000 plant. The beetle is the size of a
church Monday bought at pub |only w m p |aint thp wnter hears is
lie auction, the 50-acre Dannials ' t() ' he
u„ , fU„ Ellison
We deliver ice cream to any American troops before the pres- lady-bird, and is greenish-yellow
farm, located a mile and a half White people
the city Tell it to phone ent fighting season c oses. Sec- with black spots. Unlike the lady-
th local Part
re t ary Baker announced that the t>ird beetle, however, it is a de-
northwest of this city, and the people taking a II the risk for the
John Allen farm of similar .iz e ,, fi
ja, SUC(.es8 of the enterprise
and Mrs. C. L. VanKough-! t nfb^eTTnlar"ed* ArmVP aprn™
instead / f-a friend'
adjoining. He will, at once take
aflir„ they are
, r, net Mr.
and daughter. Alma, motored priations and that modifications
()lsone sprays are effective in its
possession of the two farms and
control or one may use a dust
to Portland yesterday for a visit i 0f the draft ages and plans for a
become a Washington county « nice people to deal with
consisting of 90 parts of sifted
larger mobilization ivould soon be wood ashes, and ten parts of
farmer. Mr. Ebert comes from , That little fellow. LoZito, was w*fh friends.
Herbert L Miller, son of Mrs. ready for Congress.
South Dakota, but has been living an amusing chap, wasn’t he?
powdered arsenate of lead, mixed
(bluer« \re Inst illed
; George Tompkins of Hillsboro, is
He would give no details, but thoroughly.
at Portland for the past few
among the wounded in a ca-ualty the plans probably aim at getting
months. His family is here and
For greatest efficiency from the
Assisted by Past Grinds H. R. |jst from prance yesterday.
under aims without delay a total use of a poison for this pest a few
he is at Portland, packing up to
move to this city. What M '. Al Bernard and W. C. Benfer, W.l-
Glenn Pot win writes his parents ! ^ cec not iaT short
the 5.000,- plants should be left here and
len intends to do the Express did liam VanAntwerp, district deputy from New York that he has fin- 000 figure discussed^ in^Congress, j tbpre throughout the field un
it reated on wh ch the beetles may
grand master, Monday night in- ished his training and is now on a
Alternates Not Needed
Mr Ebert paid $10,000 for the stalled the officers
of Washing.on receiving ship, waiting to be a s -, Forest Grove sent six of 81 men collect where they may be de-
, six oi » 1 men
, .stroyed by mechanical means,
Allen farm and $7,550 for the | lofjjjp >j0. 28, I. O O. F., as fol- signed to someves-el.
1 * oresl throve sent
entrained at Hillsboro yesterday points Gut Lester Lovett, ento-
Mrs. J. F. McGill v
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At the Dannials sale a 30-acre
Carl Curtis, Pa«t Grand.
land this morning to visit her son, tives being Harley LaMont, Carl
farm, on the Hillside road, was
George B. Ortman, N o b l e , Howard, who left for Camp Lewis Curtis,
Ralph Buffum, Millard
A New Meat Cutter
bought bv H Berdine for $1,660.
mib^nnnniv °^ tifm p n he Multno* Moriey John Sohler and William | W> R . Hawkshurst. l a t e of
The residence property in this city
Julius Webrley, Vice Grand.
; Portland, has taken an interest
was not sold, as it wa* not needed
R. C. Hill, Treasurer.
with Walter Roswurm in the Pa
to raise the amount of money re
The appointive officers are as ter, left Wednesday for Hood to take the places of any of the cific Market and will hereafter do
River to visit her brother, Mr. 181 who might not be able to go, the meat-cutting and sausage-
Prevent Loss of Wheat
Chas. VanDoren, Warden.
Stevens. who soon leaves for ser- but not one of the eight men were making. Mr. Hawkshurst is an
S. G Morgan, Conductor.
vice. Mr. Stevens is a Western 1 needed, although all of them asked 1 experienced butcher and will do
Much wheat can be saved at
S. A. Walker, Chaplain.
I to be sent. Tuesday evening the his best to please r". customers,
threshing time or in hauling wheat
J. II. Shearer, R. S. to N. G.
to the stack if the bottom of the
Dr. W. M. Pollock, who ap people of Hillsboro gave the new both city and country
C. B Ortman, L. S. to N. G.
that the people of Washington
bundle wagon is made tight, thus
plied a year ago lor enlistment in soldiers a banquet and dance.
Bernard Ortman, R. S. to V. G. t h e medical reserve, returned
preventing the leaking through of
¡county give him a chance to show
W. C. Benfer, L S to V. G.
Miss Jones Bujs Store
what the Pacific Market can do
Tuesday evening from Bremerton,
R. M. Taylor, Inside Guardian. where he was examined and re
Miss Nettie Jones, who has for in supplying their meat needs,
This matter has always received
W. VanAntwerp, O u t s i d e jected because of a slight defect the past six months conducted a
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some attem ion, but at this time
in one of his eyes.
more than ever before care must
be taken to save every kernel of
Miss Elizabeth Swanson, who ¡of Salem, last Tuesday purchased on “ Divine Demonstration.” The con
wheat. Either of two ways may
has been visiting her father, H.
The register shows the lodge to Swanson, west, of town, spent the interest of 'her partner and is gregation will join in the union open
be used tb prevent this loss, a
tight bottom can be made on the have gained a little .in member Monday and Tuesday with her now sole proprietor of the Milli air services at 7:00 p. m.
rack or a canvas can be used to ship during the past term and ‘ it aunt, Mrs. Phoebe Ward, in this nery Parlors, located three doors
east of the Allen hardware store.
cover the bottom of the wagon has held its own. financially.
I city, returning to Portland Wed- Miss Jones is a fine milliner, a
Mr. Patten will preach at 11 a. m.
There is on record a case of a
| ne.'day. M bs Swanson’s brother courteous saleslady and has won Sunday on “ Making the Church the
farmer who used a tight rack and
Edgar, is now one of Uncle Sam’s for her .establishment a goodly Dynamo o f Character and the Dynamic
A citizens of the City of F o r -
at the end of the day the wheat
share of the trade of this section. of Citixen9hip.”
anil chaff was collected and put e.st Grove are urged to cut and j
Community Open-Air Service at 7 p.
The members of the Bryant She is now making a drive on
tnrough a fanning mi l l a n d remove all grass, weeds and other
weighed. There was a little over rubbish from their lots and park- family held a reunion at the home summer hats, as per advertising
A. B. PA TTEN , Paator.
four bushels of good clean wheat. ing strips. During these dry days of Archie, in this city, Sunday, elsewhere in this issue.
At present prices t h i s wheat there is great danger of fire and I those present from out of town
Oh. Gir-ruls! Have you seen
A t the Union Worship on the College
which was thus saved would be strongly urge all of you to use ev- bring Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bryant the Coveralls for ladies and child
ery means possible to prevent the of Gaston. Claude Bryant of Hills
Campus at 7 p. m. Mr. Patten will give
worth over $8.00.
a n d spread of wasteful boro and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar ren at Anderson's store?
the address, speaking on “ The New
Meresse of McMinnville. Claude
We deliver ice cream to any Repentance — According to an Old
has entered the army and left yes part of the city. Tell it to phone T e x t.” The fir^t two Sunday nights in
Mrs. Brady Chowning is visit
GEO. G, PATERSON,
ing in Portland today.
Mayor. terday for Camp Lewis.
632. Ottice Shearer.
26-tf ' August, Mr. Sias will be the speaker.
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