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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1905)
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY, MAY, 25,
Polk county— L. A. Williamson and made by prominent grangers and
Bound Over to Circuit Court
Good Roads Convention
E. A. Ives who was last week
The Fifth Annual National Good
Washington state Master, J. O.
Tillamook county—H. W. Vaughn
Roads Convention' will be held this arrested on the charge of lewd cohabi
Wing, who has been in attendance
year on June 21, to 24 in the audito tation, was tried in Justice H . T. Bag-
Umatilla county— E. P. Jensen and
rium of the Lewis and Clark exposition. leys court of Hillsboro, Tuesday after
dress before the convention in the Memorial Services by the G. A. R.
Thirty-Second Session Convened Here wife.
The proceedings of the convention noon, and was bound over to the Cir
Union county—C. E. Golden and afternoon. C. E. Spence of Clack
will include addresses and discussions cuit Court in the sum of $800. Up
Tuesday With Large
Post and Ladies Relief Corps
amas, was elected a member of the
upon the scientific, ethic and econ until yesterday evening Ives had not
Washington county—W. D. Hare executive committee.
phases of the subject and its furnished the required bond.
In the evening at Marsh hall the first
and wife, R. B. Morback and wife,
relation to industrial progress and de charge is brought by the children of
four degrees were conferred on a large
i Edwin J. Smith and wife.
velopment. National engineers, and Mrs. Darling Smith, the co-defendant,
Wasco county— W. H. Dufur and number of candidates. On this even
expert road builders will exemplify and connected with the arrest is the
ing the fifth and sixth degrees will be
modern methods of constructing earth, fact that in his will Mr. Smith stipu
Judge W. H. Hollis Will Deliver gravel, macadam, brick and other lated that his widow should have a life
Busy Meetings on all Three Days— Yamhill county—J. W. Cook and wife.
The principal event of the afternoon large class.
kinds of roads. Legislation pertaining interest in the $20,000 estate as long
Address at the Congregational
Owing to the large amount of work
session was the reading of his annual
Reports and Resolutions
to national and state co-operation and as she remained unmarried. It is
1 address by State Master B. G. Leedy. the session will be continued to-mor
supervision; financial ways and means; reported that Ives and Mrs. Smith
In it recounted the past achievements row. At 2 o’clock this afternoon ap
the use of convicts and other detail of were married while visiting the Omaha
of the order and its conditions to the propriate memorial services were held
the subject will receive practical con Exposition.
present time. It was referred to the in honor of seven deceased members.
committee on division of labor.
Following fere the committees ap
Play Was Marked Success
An object lesson road will be con
Forty years have come and gone
The 32d annual session of the Ore Reports were received from other pointed by the State Grange now in
A large and appreciative audience
since the grandest vqlunteer army structed on the Exposition grounds as
gon State Grange convened in Masonic officers during the afternoon session. session here:
a special exhibit, showing in detail the greeted the play "A Woman’s Honor”
hall, Tuesday morning of this week, Following is State Treasurer Hirsch- F in a n c e —J. E. M orback, c h a irm a n ; N apoleon D avis, that was ever marshaled under any
from the by home talent last Saturday night at
W . T o w n sen d , M rs. Dora H a rris a nd M rs. M ary A. J banner, disbanded after a service of process of road building,
and held a three days session. Fifteen berg’s report for the month ending J. H are.
road. Vert’s hall. The entertainment was
counties out of 16 in the jurisdiction May 22, 1905, which was referred to
and given for the benefit of the band,
M rs. M ary S. H ow ard, M rs. W . E. S m ith a nd M rs, M at-
the world that the United States con
were represented, and the delegates the finance committee:
tie Jerm e.
Good o f th e O rd er—J. W . T h o m as, c h a irm a n ; J. J. tained a people so patriotic and so use of the various kinds of road mater which, preceding the raise of the cur
numbered about 54 in all. The ses Cash on h a n d . M ay 22, 1904..................................... $4293.25 Johnson,
M rs, M ary A. P a lm e r, M rs R. B. M orback,
heroic that they were capable of main ial and the operation of the latest im tain, gave a concert on the street.
sions have all been busy ones and R eceiv ed fro m s e c r e ta r y ............................................ 4349.22 M iss M yra B allou.
n — W . D. H are, c h a irm a n ; E u g e n e P alm er,
The play from beginning to end was
T o t a l ...............................................................................$8642.47
taining the integrity of the Republic proved road making machinery.
much good work has been done.
D is b u rs e d ...............................................................'.......... 3277.77 C. E. G olden, W . H . H . D u fu r, M rs. M. S. D urbin,
extremely interesting and the actors
The committee on credentials re
B y-L aw s—Jam es W . A rm stro n g , c h a irm a n ; J. A.
Will Build Parsonage.
carried their parts to perfection.
The victories won by that army
ported the following delegates entitled Cash on h an d M ay 22, 1905................................... $5364.70 D avis, G . D. H a rris , M rs. E lla Jo h n so n , M rs. L e n a Mc-
This is the second play that has
Mrs. Clara H . Waldo, state lecturer, G ilo ray .
were world wide in their influence up
The trustees of the Congregational
to seats in the convention:
E du catio n — M rs. M attie H . G olden, c h a irm a n ; J. T.
p p erso n , L. S. L am bert, M rs. J. W . C ook, M iss M yra on the nations of the world.
church met at the church Monday been put on the stage by this com
Benton County— M. S. Durbin and was the recipient of several floral de A B allou.
Hundreds of thousands of that Grand evening and decided to build a $2,000 pany. A neat sum was netted.
wife, Dr. James Withycombe and wife. signs, comemorating her 47th birthday C o -o p eratio n —M. S. D u rb in , c h a irm a n ; J. W . T hom as,
H e m p h ill, P ric e Robinson, M rs. L. M. B levins, Army laid down their lives on
the ! parsonage. A lot has been bargained
Clackamas County— W. W. Jesse anniversary. A public reception was R. A J. g ric
u ltu re — Dr. Jam es W h ith y com be, c h a irm a n ;
T h o m p so n , A. B lev in s, M rs. E u n ic e B o n n e y , M rs. battlefields for their country and many for from Mrs. Perces Chandler, which
and wife, J. W. Thomas and wife, C. held at Marsh hall, .Tuesday evening, Bobt.
M attie E. Jerm e.
The Western O egon A. C. Confer
E. Hilton, J. A. Davis and wife, J. T. when a pleasing program of music and R eso lu tio n s—J. J. Johnson, c h a irm a n ; W . H . S n ash all, more hundreds of thousands were is located on Second avenue between
C. E. H ilto n , M rs. Ja n ie Jo n es, M rs. A nna A pperson.
speeches was rendered.
disabled by wounds received on the First and Second street. A committee ence will hold its annual meeting at
Apperson and wife.
M ileag e a n d P er D iem —C. E. G olden, c h a irm a n ; J. E.
M orback, G. D . H a rris , M rs. G ra c e D y e r, M rs. E lla line of battle or by disease contracted was appointed to secure plans, etc., Cornelius commencing Friday, June 9,
Columbia county—I. H. Copeland
and wife, C. W. Jones and wife, J. W. nounced by Col. Harry Haines, chair A p p eals—Sam M cG iloray, c h a irm a n ; H . W . S n a sh a ll, in the camps and filthy prison pens to and the building will soon be com and continuing over two Sundays.
man:—Piano Solo, Miss Irene Cadwell; M rs. W . N . V au g h n , M rs. G race D y e r, G. W ise.
succumb only a little later and sur menced.
Parties wishing tents can secure
A g ric u ltu ra l C o lleg e—J. T. A p p e rso n , c h a irm a n ; M iss
B allo u , M rs. Janies W ith y co m b e, M rs’ M. S. D u r render up their lives, a patriotic sacri
them by applying to Mrs. E. J. Rus
Coos county—Price Robinson and Address of Welcome, Hon. E. W. b M in yra
M rs. L iz zie D u fu r.
Haines; An Educational Welcome, A , ssessm
trustees, was that of turning the church sell of Gaston. All are cordially in
ent a n d T a x a tio n — W . H . H . D u fu r, c h airm an ; fice on the altar of their country.
G. F. B onney, W . D. H a re , C. W . Jo nes, M rs. L. M.
The survivors of this Grand Army square over to the Civic Improvement vited to attend the services at 9 and
Gilliam county— J. W. Townsend
B lev in s, M rs. F a u ra R obinson.
the Grange, Mrs. Clara H . Waldo; Good Roads— A. B lev in s, c h a irm a n ; W . N . V au g h n , instituted Memorial Day as a day upon Society for a period of ten years, same 11 o’clock a. m. and 8 o’clock in the
Jam es W . A rm stro n g , R. J. H e m p h ill, M rs. D ora H a rris,
which they would meet in their respect to be used as a park.
evening of each day.
Lane county—R. J. Hemphill and Music, Mandolin Club; Select Reading; M rs. J a n ie Jo n es.
D orm ant G ra n g e s— M rs. M ary E. P a lm e r, ch a irm a n ; ive neighborhoods and go in a body
H. G. FITCH, President.
G. W ise, J. W . C ook, M rs. A nna A p p erso n , M rs. M ary
h ill, R obert T hom pson.
to the cemeteries and strew flowers assessments for street and sidewalk im
MRS. E. J. RUSSELL, Secretary.
Linn county— A. B. Blevins and Quartette; Address, Dr. James Withy S. P H u e re m p Food—E
u g e n e P a lm e r, c h a irm a n ; W . N . V aughn.
wife, Eugene Palmer and wife, G. D. combe; “ America.”
W . W . Jesse, M rs. L en a M cG ilo ray , M rs. N e llie |M . upon the graves of their comrades, provements adjacent to the portion to
who had perished that their country be used for park purposes.
Wednesday morning’s session was D avis.
The total number taking examinatons
Harris and wife.
D iv isio n o f L abor— L. S. L am b ert, c h a irm a n ;. C. W .
M rs. N e llie M. D avis, M rs. A m anda Jesse.
in the eighth grade which was held
Marion county— L. F. Lambert and devoted mostly to the adoption of res Jo n — e s, W om
an's W o rk — Mrs. Jam es W ithycom be. c h a ir
To these gatherings all loyal people
olutions, etc. In the afternoon the m an ; M rs. M attie H . G olden, M rs. R. B. M orback, M rs.
last week at Hilliboro is 66. Eleven
wife, G. Y. Bonney and wife.
M ary A. H a re , M rs. L iz zie D u fu r, M rs. M ary S. H em p have ever been invited.
Multnomah county— Napoleon Davis business was resumed at 2:30, after h ill.
Rev Father Edmund Casey will passed conditionally and 48 received
This day, May 30, of each year has,
and wife, J. J. Johnson and wife, H . 1 having attended chapel at the college,
deliver a temperance lecture at Vert’s diplomas. Next week’s issue will con
by Act of Congress, been set apart to
where a number of speeches were
COUNTY COURT NEWS
W. Snashall and wife.
hall next Wednesday evening, May 31. tain a complete list of the applicants.
honor the memories of the dead heroes.
The S. P. trains will, after May 29,
Rev. Casey has been associated with
The county court met last Saturday
The veterans of the Grand Army of
at the court house in adjourned meet the Republic will hold their Annual Archbishop Ireland of St. Paul in this tun daily and Sunday on the same
work for some time. Don’t fail to schedule. This will give the long
Memorial Day exercises, on May 30,
desired Sunday train.
The petition of Christian Riehen all over the broad land, in memory of hear him. Admission free.
asking the county for a telephone fran the service rendered by their comrades
chise was granted. The poles are to and for the diffusion of the principles
be set outside of the road boundaries of a more stalwart patriotism. The
2 miles east of Greenville.
Day is not theirs alone, it belongs to
The confirmation of the appointment the Nation, and all truly loyal citizens
of Frank Weienbeck as deputy sheriff should join in the promotion of these
patriotic exercises for the purpose of
Successors to McNAMER & JOHNSON
D. B. Reasoner was awarded the inculcating a spirit of patriotism more
contracts for building a bridge at \ firmly in the minds of the rising gen
Campbells place for $524.65.
H . O. eration.
Hay’s bridge [for $117.95 and the
The organized army of the United
Meridian road, $232.50, his being the States, even if we include the militia of
lowest bids on these bridges.
all the States, is of insignificant pro
The Pumpkin Ridge bridge having portions when put in contrast with the
been constructed according to the armies of the other great powers of the
specifications it was ordered that world.
Now is the tirrfe to buy
$187.93 be paid to D. B. Reasoner,
Our strength is not in standing
the contractor. H e was allowed $9.80 armies but in the great reserve to be
a nice Rod, while the
for extra labor.
found in the young of our land, who
J. W. Goodwin completed his work come to the defense of their country
stock is complete.
on the Kirts bridge and it was ordered in its time of peril.
that he be paid $224.88, the contract
The strength and defense of our
institutions, not only in peace but in
The convicts who are convicted by war, is to be found in the young of
any legal authority will hereafter be the land who have received from the
confronted with the opportunity, which lips of patriotic teachers the story of
they will have to accept, of working the sacrifices which our fathers made
the roads in any district the county to establish our civil institutions and
court may direct. They will be com which service their sons have repeated
of the celebrated A. G.
pelled to perform labor on the roads on hundreds of battlefields.
Spaulding Bros. A nice
for the number of days called for by : This Post and the Woman’s Relief
the sentences, as provided by sections 1 Corps will meet at G. A. R. Post room
line of Gloves, Bats,
4864, 4865 and 4866, Bellinger and at 10:30 o’clock a. m. Sunday, May
Balls, Masks and Catch
Cotton’s annotated codes and statutes 28, 1905, and march in a body to the
Congregational Church where services
will be held at 11 o’clock sharp, as
previously announced On Tuesday,
May 30, 1905, this Post and the
The time will soon be here when you will want to
Woman’s Relief Corps will meet at |
take your best girl out for a ride. It will make her
G. A. R. Post room at 10 o’clock a. |
feel proud to ride in an up to date Studebaker Buggy.
m. and march to the Naylor Cemetery,
and after decorating the graves of com
W e have a nice lot on hand; come in and see them at
Contractors of the electric line be rades will assemble at the Monument j
tween here and Portland will begin to the unknown dead where the usual
construction work in Portland on June ritualistic services for the dead will be
The largest line of Galvanized Pipe and pipe fit
2, and the road will be completed its held.
tings in the city. If you want pipe laid we do it; we
The procession will then return to
entire length and 'in operation by
will install you a nice bath tub, or a Porcelain sink, or
Post and disband until two o’clock
a Wash basin, in fact everything you need in that line
: p. m. when they will reassemble at the
Congregational Church where Judge
Forest Grove Won.
I W. H. Hollis will deliver the Memorial
JO H N D E E R E PLO W S, SN E L L BICYCLES,
A fast game of ball was played on 1 Day address.
the local grounds last Sunday between
We earnestly desire the children of
STU DEBA K ER W AGONS
the Allen <4 Lewis Club of Portland, ! the schools and all patriotic citizens to
and the Cactus of the County.
The Peerless Ball Bearing Lawn Mower, 14 inch
join with us in these services so that
The local team was materially 1 what we call Memorial Day may be to
and 16 inch with 10 inch drive wheels are beauties
strengthened by some of Greenville’s * our dead their day of Coronation.
and almost run themselves. Bring in your lawn
good players. The score was 17 to 5
We also earnestly desire that all
mowers and get them repaired and sharpened, it
in favor of the Cactuses.
business houses of the city will close
w ill save you lots of hard work.
from 10 o’clock a. m. to 4 o’clock p.
m. on Tuesday, May 30, 1905.
J. W. WHEELER,
Mrs. Emily Thomas died at her
home in this city last Monday evening
at the advanced age of 90 years. De J. B. Matthews Post, No. 6, Dept, of
ceased was born in Adams, N. Y. and Oregon, G. A. R.
at the age of 19 was married to Myron
She came to Forest
— Mohair and wool wanted at J. E.
Grove in 1902.
Bailey’s store. Cash or produce.
STATE GRANGE SESSION
TO HONOR TH E DEAD
I G o ff B r o s .
Johnson & Johnson
HARDWARE and MACHINERY
shir g Seaso:
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to rtin i?(ïo 0 (i c We“
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Work to Commence
184? Roger's Ware!
Teaspoons, per set,
Knives & Forks,
Goff Bros .
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