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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1905)
The May number of the Western MEMORIAL DAY AT CORNELIUS
Magazine, published in Seattle, has
of young people gath
made its appearnce. The plans of the Big Demonstrations in Honor of ered A number
of Frankie O* Don
publishers are to represent, or interpret
the 28th, the
the Fallen Heroes at Our
the West with stories, sketches, poems,
Frank Allen was up from the city and articles of travel and research, the
very best obtainable—and to sell the
and at noon twenty-eight gathered for
at a subscription price of
dinner. Those present were: Misses
—For a swell hat go to the Chicago Magazine
twenty-five cents the year. The May Memorial Day was generally observed Eula Blume, Nellie Brown, Ruth and
in I. O. 0. F. building.
number is illustrated and it carries at Cornelius. The soldiers and frater
Peterson, Lizzie and Mattie
H. Downs is working at McMinn throughout its pages the atmosphere nal organizations formed in column as Grace
Annie and Mary Belish, Rose
ville with Harve Baldwin.
of the West and of out-of-door life, the follows: Forest Grove band, G. A. R. Feldt, Anna
Kostur, Maisie, Nellie,
Robert Dugan, of Portland, spent kind that is dear to the heart of anyone and soldiers of the Rebellion, Ladies of Hazel and Kittie O’Donnell, Messrs.
residing on the sun-down-side of the Woodcraft, Woodmen of the World in Marshall Minter, Willie McPherson,
Sunday with friends htre.
Mountains. The list of writers uniforms, Knights of Pyhtians and Willie and Andy Kostur, Johnnie Ben-
—If you want a good comfortable Rockey
includes such well citizens.
Emiel Feldt, Florian and Josie
hammock see Roe & Buxton. 2 t known literary number
Gives protection against loss by Fire at
people as Frank Carleton The exercises were opened by music efiel,
purely mutual rates. No better or cheaper
Lauren Pease, of Portland, was in Teck, Ella Higgins, Rev. W. D. by the Ladies’ Circle, followed by ad Brown, Curly Delmer
Crawford, Frank. Felix
the city Wednesday on business.
Simonds, Col. Alden J. Blthen, Jas B. dress by Mayor Talbot, then an address and Geoffrey O’Donnell.
Insurance can be purchased. Strong and
Meikle, O. Hattori, Zoe Kincaid; and by Senator E. W. Haines, who re
conservative business management has
Mrs. L. F. Belknap left Tuesday for the
contents are both timely and in counted the different conditions exist
New Post Office at Depot
Dayton to spend a few days with rel- teresting.
placed them at the head of insurance com
ing during the wars of our Republic, A new post office at the depot has
panies ir Oregon.
J. S. Buxton has for his guest this tions during the war of the rebellion, been authorized by the Postmaster
Archie Clark was up from Portland week,
Steeve Miller, who has just been with an eulogy for the Grand Army of
Sunday to spend the day with his discharged
soon as the necessary papers can be
from duty as a sailor, as his
Republic, living and dead; and the as
upon. The new postoffice will
time had expired on the battleship the
good resulting to our Nation from the be called
Call at News Office.
FOREST GROVE, OR.
If you are particular about your job Wisconsin. Mr. Miller has some patriotism
Carnation, after the famous
and the sacrifice made Carnation Cream
work, that’s all the more reason we interesting tales of his travels for he has , by the boys shown
blue, making our grand C. L. Bump has been designated as
should do it.
touched all the important ports of the Republic first in among
the nations of postmaster, and his bond has been
Mrs. J. Stott, of Portland, is the
flag respected forwarded.
guest of the W. H. H. Myers family between the Russian and Japanese among every tribe and people.
Vera Carnation postoffice is the outcome I
Pie left today to pay his | entitled, “Scattering Flowers” ; Dr. of bad roads in that district during the
Frank Myers, the Portland traveling ships.
who resides in Seattle, a E. Everest read an essay on, “ Fra wet season, as the rural carrier could
man, was doing this city the forepart visit.
not make his rounds at times last j
ternity,” followed by Rev. R. B. Wil winter.
of the week.
The trusties of the Free Methodist kins of the M. E. church, on the
Miss Kate Myers having finished her church
of this city have purchased a same subject. The exercises were
At the Congregational Church.
term of school at Fairview has returned lot of Earl
B. Hawks, on Third Avenue followed by the decoration of the graves,
to her home here.
for the week begin
to be the location of their new parson each organization acting separately and ning Annoncements
June 4th at the Congregational
The Bazaar has installed a new age. They intend to move the up decorating the graves of the dead of church,
Sunday at 10 a. m. Bible
Singer Sewing Machine sign in front of right now located near their church lot their own order.
on “The Resurrection.”
its place of business.
to the new location and add to it thus
preaching service con
Court Made No Promises.
Lee Via left last week for LaGrande on Third Avenue. Rev. and Mrs.
where he has accepted a lucrative po Blackman are delighted with the pros
7 p. m. Young
sition in a drug store as pharmacist.
meeting, topic, “Helping
pect of having a home nestled among Editor News—In the Argus’ report People’s
Attorney T. H. Tongue and Cal the oaks in this famed city of trees. of the committee meeting, stating that One Another.” At 8 p. m. song
Jack, of Hillsboro, were spectators at
the county court would make the service with sermon by the pastor on
the athletic meet held here Monday. Last Friday night at 10:30, Judge I required levy next year, we heard no “ Fidelity.’, Thursday 4:15 Pastor’s
twisted the knot that will bind j such promise, only that they would class, at 7:30 Mid-week church ser
Mr. and Mrs. H. Day, of Portland, Rood
or worse Jesse Scott and j give us all the taxes we wanted another vice, subject “More Effective Work
former rdsidents of this city, were here Carrie Narragou,
of Forest Grove. t year. We were entirely satisfied on for the Children.”
Sunday and Monday renewing acquain The ceremony was both performed
in the that score this year but objected to the
H e a d q u a rte rs for Reed, Seeds
Election of Officers.
County clerk’s office, and Deputy' way they were apportioned.
C. F. Miller moved Tuesday into Smitn stood by to see that the Judge ! The court informed us that if the The following officers were elected
T ilin g , Q e d a r
the dwelling recently occupied by W. made no mistakes. He declares the law did read that the court shonld levy in Holly Circle, No 185., last Wednes
T. Fletcher who has removed to job was neatly done and the smiling such
a sum as should amount to six day night: G. N., A. Pomeroy; Ad
a n d Shingles
couple left the court house as happy as i dollsrs per capita that it didn’t read visor, Mrs. Favor; Banker, Kate Stribich;
Whole and Cracked Corn, Lump Salt, Lime and Cement,
that it should be paid to the schools.
Charley Ransom, president of the Independent.
Land Plaster, FLOUR— Minnesota Hard Wheat, Eastern Oregon Hard Wheat, Valley Wheat.
Travelers’ Association, and wife, of
Mrs. J. Billings; Inside G.,
Portland, visited friends in this city An ice cream social was given by a was no sworn statement of the number jutant,
F re e d e liv e ry in to w n
Ritchey Forest & Grove, Wells,
Outside G. Mrs. Z. G.
number of the young ladies of this but we should infer, judging from the Morley; Giltner;
F. D. Goodwin, of Genoa, Neb., son city for the benefit of the band, last court’s interpretation of the school law At the regular meeting of the W.
of Mrs. J. H. Baker, of this city, will evening in the vacant room in Johnson
the latter statement might as well O. W. lodge held last Saturday night,
arrive here this week for a visit and to & Johnson’s building. It was the in that
possibly a subterfuge, or something the following officers were elected:
tention to hold it in Eell’s park but be,
see the Exposition.
K. L. Olson, C. C.; Bert Doane, A. L.;
driven to cover by the rain. The similar.
I. K. Weitzel left Thursday evening were
If the court’s atterney happened to j Geo. M. Littlehales, Escort; R. D.
for Alaska, where he is interested in certs and the merriment went on, not be appointed as one of the committee Lockwood, Watch; G. M. Morley,
some mining properties. He will be withstanding
it would make it seem rather laughable Sentry; W. R. Hicks, Manager.
gone several months.
and the joke rather on the meeting,
& Weitesell, the harness men, but it didn’t matter much as we did
One week from Sunday, June 11, are Brooks
to move their establish not expect much satisfaction from the
Brick Livery, Peed and Sale Stable
Satterlee is out from Port
Forest Grove base ball club will play the ment preparing
into the room vacated by John court, as a set of men who will build land Howard
Maroons of Portland, one of the strong son
See our ad. in the T. P. A. Guide. Drummers’ trade our
& Johnson, and adjoining their roads with school money, are not very
est teams in that city.
specialty. Our ’Bus meets all trains. Carries U. S. mail.
Miss Kate Perers left on the morn
store. Johnson & Johnson now have amenable to reason anyhow.
Baggage and freight called for and delivered.
—How is your old sewing machine? their meat market and grocery stock If the school funds are to be appro ing train for Portland to visit her sisters
Does it jump stitches and balk on you in the east side of the building, having priated for roads why not have a strip who are employed there.
Finest Rigs. Best Horses. Good Drivers.
when you need it the most? If so, closed the archway.
take it to Tne Bazaar and have it made Next week, Friday and Saturday, them labelled “School Fund Roads,” in Portland, came out to Cornelius
Comer Main and Pacific Ave., Forest rove, Or.
as good as new.
June the 9th and 10th, two days only,
—Don’t roof your house until you Dr. Lowe, the well known oculo-opti- three to six thousand dollars a year fora few days.
see shingles from The Nehalem Shingle cian, will be in Hillsboro. His duties that they appropriated from the school Miss Lulu Coleman, a daughter of
Mills, made of Oregon’s best cedar. as a member of the State Board of goes, and it might be more of a satis Mrs. C. C. Hancock, returned from
T h e P aris
For prices write to Geo. F. Hamblin, Optical Examiners will prevent his faction to let them have it if we could Santiago, Cal. this week where she has
see any resutl.
t f coming to Forest Grove till July.
been visiting for sometime.
One of the committee,
Rev. Forner, of Beaver City, Neb —The Bazaar is selling the famous
Wm. F. Schoern was injured while
C. W. F itch .
raska, who has been in California the Singer Sewing Machines $20 less than
down an old building which he
A Fine Line of Millinery
past winter, and who stopped off the usual price charged by traveling
purchased near his home.
Won by a Score of 6 to 5.
a' Philip French’s near Dilley for a agents and delivers the machine in the
Ribbons, Laces and
His head being puite badly injured, at
visit, is sick with the grippe at that house free of charge, on a 3 days’ trial. The Cactus took another scalp Sun last
when they defeated the Stephens about.
Low monthly payments gets one of day
The blacksmith shop recently moved those wonderful machines.
Hats Made to Order
Geo. Chapman and family, of Gales
on the comer of Pacific avenue and Prof. W. C. Hawley, of Salem, will of 6 to 5. The splendid team work of Creek,
First street has been enlarged by an lecture at the Cornelius M. E. church Davis and Barrett kept the visitors Wednesday. They went to Portland
MRS. M. L. BERDAN
addition 12X60. Tomorrow the Saturday
Subject “The guessing with high, low, ins and outs. in the morning. Mr. Chapman is
masons will begin the construction of Making of the night.
Declaration of Indepen Davis was hurt early in the game by a quite poorly not yet having recovered
the flues and forges.
from the accident received last Fall
—Tired out, worn out woman can painting the church.
when his team ran away.
not sleep, eat or work; seems as if she
a superb game.
Alva Schoonover met with quite a
would fly to pieces. Hollister’s Rocky —The Bazaar is doing a land office pitched
Monday. He had
Mountain Tea makes strong nerves
line up is as follows: Bowker, mounted accident
belonging to Oscar
and rich red blood, 35 cents, Tea or and Pianos. People are taken advan-1 The
ran with him as I
Tablets. Dr. Hines’ Drug Store.
G. F. Via, s s; Davis, p; Barrett, c; he had been accustomed
to do with !
H. Leopold, 1 f; Neill, c f; Brown, his bwner and turning sharply down
—Makes digestion and assimilation
perfect. Makes new red bl. od and —While you are painting and fixing r f; Struck out by Davis, 12; by the street leading to the city park, fell I
bone. That’s what Hollister’s Rocky HP your properties don’t forget that Higgins, 7. Base on balls off Higgins, throwing Alva against the sidewalk and
Mountain Tea will do. A tonic for Roe & Buxton handle the Pioneer 3; two base hits, Bowker; home run, fence. He was considerably bruised
the sick and weak. 35 cent. Tea or white lead. The name is a sufficient Bowker: left on bases. Cactus, 9; Ste and left arm, hip and ankle were quite
2 t phens Addition, 7; hit by pitched ball, badly hurt.
Tablets. Dr. Hines’ Drug Store
i I Will Exhibit Comer 1st street
Bowker; wild pitch, Higgins, 1.
W. T. Fletcher, formerly instructor For Sale or Trade—A number of Time
and 1st avenue
at the college, arrived Saturday from milch cows for sale or will trade for
New York where he has been studying
2 times.! Children's Day at Christian Church Col. and Mrs. Harry Haynes of this
at Columbia university during the past Forest Grove, Oregon.
year. He will assist Piof. Robertson in —“ Electric Dehomer” produces sat Sunday May 14 will be Children's city will be married to a Miss Sullen-
the preparation of the P. U. exhibit at isfactory results when applied to animals Day a the Christian Church. Morning burg of Portland, this afternoon and
will arrive in this city this even
from one day to one year old. At Dr. worship at the usual hour. In the they
A reception will be held at the
—Dr. C. L. Large reports a daugh Hines’ Drug Store.
Col. Haynes in honor of the
ter born the 26th, inst., to the wife of —New goods are arriving at the the program, "Brightening the World.” happy of couple,
tomorrow evening to
William Trapp of Forest Grove. Chicago store almost daily, and they
forty invited guests. They will
Persons desiring the service of Dr. are the best to be found anywhere. children are preparing to present it about
their home on the Colonel’s
Large in this class of cases, will oblige Drop in and see.
mile east of this city.
him greatly by engaging him three
months, if possible, prior to the ex —Sheep or Goats will shear more wool Organ voluntary; Song by the school, —Goldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
and bring the highest price if Waklee’s [ “ Blessed Sunshine;” Scripture Read
J * “
Bath is used. At Dr. Hine’s Drug ing: Song, “ Always Helping Some —Try Goldenrod Flour. You’ll !
Lloyd Housman. son of W. Housman Store.
of the Chicago Store, won the W. N. —Bring me your wool and Mohair, Days;” Song and recitation by small —Dress Shirts of all kinds at the I mtdSTuce.
Ferrin cup for the best all-round
Song, “ Little Tilings;” Mo Chicago store.
Parade 12 o’clock
athlete under the age of 15 years, last highest market paid, either in cash : children:
with recitation by band of —Money to loan on farm security.
Saturday on the campus. The cup
Recitation, “ Twinkling to
has been held the two previous years —It’s in the I. O. O. F. building— children;
World;” Handkerchief W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
by Holman Ferrin.
the place to buy clothing for men drill; Song, “ Be a Golden Sunbeam;” —Mohair and wool wanted at J. E.
Exercise by boys and girls; Marching Bailey’s store. Cash or produce.
O. R. Downs is packing his belong and boys.
ings and will move in a day or two to St. —Phoenix mixed paint. None bet song by children, “ Little Soldiers of —All kinds of picnic goods at Duns-
Johns where he with his family, expect ter for the price, at Roe & Buxton. 2 t the King;" Exercise by thirteen girls, moor’s store. Remember the long
to reside. Mr. Downs has been in —Hoffman & Allen Co. buy all kinds ; “ Brightening the World;” Song by handle
Prices, Children 25c;
business in Forest Grove for a number of produce and pay the top prices.
‘ s n o w f l a k e '
of years and has always been an ardent
advocate of the advancement of the —Money to loan on farm security. —Mohair and wool wanted at J. E. tank. Good condition. Inquire at this
m 18 t 6
W. H. Hollis, Forest Grove.
Bailey's store. Cash or produce.
Solid, Sound and
The Oregon Fire Relief Asso.,
J. F. WOODS, Agent,
P o sts
Johnson & Co.
Dog - and - Pony - Shows
Friday June l
noon and Evening.
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