Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911, October 26, 1905, Image 1

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    COUNTY NEWS
W ashington
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VOL. I l l
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1905.
ceed. It is likewise stipulated that in WORK OF THE BOARD OF TRADE
making the grant of the ten miles from i
| Hillsboro to Banks the time for com - ^ Letters of Inquiry About Our Com-
pleting the road be extended from
munity Being Received Daily.
GROWN WITHOUT SOIL
ton, when Judge Torrance was com­
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH
mander of the G. A. R ., three years
ago. Bride roses and white tapers in Remarkable Potato Discovery of a Little Elsie Mead Met Sad Death
by Flames
crystal holders decked the dining­
Resident of Great Falls, Mont.
Transier to Lytle Consummated and D e c e m b e r 2 1 , wos, as p r i d e d in
N o t for a ra in u te ^
th e F o re s t room, where the table was spread with
Elsie Mead, the 4-year-old daughter
Not for a
W. D. Darst of Great Falls, Mon­
w
,
.the agreement with the P. N. & T ., to _
.
, _ ,
a fine linen cloth spun by the bride’ s
of M. M. Mead and wife, residing
Grove
Board
tana, is the inventor of a new process
Work Will Begin
Aoril 30. 1906
This is desired be.
of Trade been asleep.
April 30, 1906. This is desired
greatgrandmother in 1804 and em­
northwest of Hillsboro met death by
j Daily letters are received from all parts
for growing potatoes, which, if the
cause construction work is necessarily
broidered by Mrs. Torrance in 1905.
being burned last Saturday.
The
At Once.
of the country asking for information
results he claims are true, places him
slow in Winter, but it is the intention |
Mr. Stuart and his bride left on the
little
girl
had
taken
some
live
coals
. , and the one hereto appended is a
in the class of Luther Burbank, the
of the new company to proceed with
late train for Forest Grove, Ore.,
from the fire-place to kindle a fire in
sample of what is being received. I
“ California Wizard.”
the road immediately,
where they will make their home.
the yard, when her clothing caught
Line to be In Operation to Banks j steps
ine roau
iramco,aic,y’
the first Anyone who can give the desired I They will receive after Jan. 5.”
Mr. Darst’ s discovery consists of a
will be to connect Banks with
fire.
When her mother, who heard
information or any other, is requested
method of growing potatoes without
Hillsboro and from the former point to
by April 30, 1906 In-
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart are expected to
her
scream,
ran toward her, Elsie ran
to do so. The letter is from “ The
soil, and his process and the results
merge the lines to Nehalem and Tilla­
arrive in this city, Friday and will take
away
from
her
mother before the flame
Pacific Northwest” of Portland and is
stead of Dec. 31.
obtained from it are on exhibition at
mook. Washington County residents
up their residence in the Staver house
could
be
extinguished.
She died of
as follows:
the county fair at Great Falls at the
are as well pleased over the outcome
j after January 5.
her
bums
next
day,
Sunday.
Forest Grove Board of Trade,
present time. According to the pro­
of the negotiations as are the people
Gentlemen: O. E. Julian, Mish­ Pacific vs Forest Grove Athletic Club cess as described by Mr. Darst, the
Fooball Game Saturday
Since the Lytle interests have be­ interested in Portland’ s commercial
awaka, Ind. desires information in ref­
potatoes are planted in frames made of
(From the Index)
Pacific University was defeated on
come connected with the Portland, welfare, and every aid possible will be
erence to the business interest of your
slates, the frames being eight feet
The football team will meet Pacific
the local field Saturday by the Forest
Nehalem & Tillamook Railroad, mat­ lent to assist the laying of the last rail.
section of the country. Does not state
square and five feet high. The slates College on the Quakers’ gridiron at
Grove Athletic Club with a score of
ters have taken on a different trend un­
what he would like to take up.
are placed about three inches apart. Newberg Saturday.
A Reception.
Coach Shannon
14-0.
From the kick-off until the
til it is now practically certain that the
Duncan Ferguson, 314 Berry St.,
A certain composition is' then put in will be on the field every evening and
whistle
blew
for
the
finish
it
was
a
hard
line will be built. Tuesday evening’ s
On last Friday evening Rev. and
Brooklyn, N. Y. desires information
the box about three inches thick,
those who expect to take the trip must
fought game.
The clubmen out­
Telegram contained the following news J Mrs. L. F. Belknap of the M. E.
about general conditions.
a layer of potatoes placed on it.
The be out for practice regularly.
weighed
the
collegians
and
on
this
ac­
concerning the condition of affairs:
church were given a surprise reception
E. O. Richwin, 2017 Bellefontaine
potatoes are then covered with the
count made most of their yardage on
“ Hillsboro’ s Board of Trade is free which proved to be one of the social
St., Indianapolis, Ind., desires to en­
same material, and the composition
EAST GASTON.
straight and crossbucks. The club­
to turn over to the Pacific Railway & , events of the season. As has been the
gage in hardware and novelty business
and the potatoes are laid in alternate
D. Bayliss has moved his family to
men had to fight for every yard and
Navigation Company ten miles of right custom of Mr. Belknap’ s parishoners,
if there is proper opening.
layers until the box is filled.
Dilley.
the collegians stood as determined
of way from Hillsboro to Banks, which the reception instead of being held
R. E. Roantree, Parker, S. D. de­
The potatoes are watered and cared j
not to yield, but the superior weight of
until yesterday was held by
the shortly after the conference, it was this
W. K. Newell sacked and shipped
sires information in general.
for until maturity, which takes about
their opponents forced them back for |
Portland, Nehalem & Tillamook Rail­ year delayed until last week.
Mr.
his prunes last week.
None of these parties state what
one hundred days, though excellent
two touch downs. Pacific fought stub­
way Company. At a meeting of the Belknap had gone to the mountains
Jas. Pollock moved his family to
amount they can invest.
new potatoes are in sight at the end of
bornly and twice forced back their op­
stockholders of the latter corporation but was communicated with by phone,
Dilley for the winter.
Very Respectfully,
fifty-four days.
ponent’ s haltbacks, who were attempt­
yesterday the action of the directors a the pretense being that a wedding
S. Shotwell sold one of his horses to
P h il ip B a t e s , Publisher.
The potatoes are similar to any
ing to advance the ball. Neil, Via,
few days ago in adopting a resolution would occur on that evening, hence
the Bush Bros, of Newberg.
other potatoes, except that they are
Johnson and Fletcher were the best
favoring the transfer of the right of way his arrival. The guests to the number
Frank Vandehey was again peddling
Congregational Church
harder and seem to resist deca> better.
ground gainers for the club and they
to the Pacific Railway & Navigation of perhaps 150 gathered at the palatial
grapes for W. K. Newell, last week.
Sunday, Oct. 29, Sunday School at are all old P. U. men, Johnson having The frame that Mr. Darst is using to
Company was ratified.
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hoffman,
Mr. Hoffman’ s sale was largely at­
grow his potatoes in is a glass covered
E. E. Lytle and associates, who are on Third Avenue and proceeded to the 10 a. m. Preaching b y the pastor at gained honors as a 200 pound tackle.
tended and stock sold at a good price.
shed adjoinnig his house. According
behind the P. R. & N. Co., ask that in | parsonage in a body, making the sur- 11, sermon to the children. 6:30 Rasmussen, Gwynn and Lawrence
F. L. and J. S. Miller and John
to Mr. Darst, more than thirty thous­
addition to the right of way being re- prise complete. The evening was en- Young People’ s Meeting. 7:30, Praise stood out prominently for the colleg-
Barrett started out with their wood saw
:
and'bushels can be grown to the acre
conducted by the young lans. The best of feeling prevailed
last week.
leased that terminal grounds be provid­ joyed by all, and a light lunch was Service
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U . throughout the game and at its close without the use of earth.
by » the
ed and that bonds be subscribed to the served, it having been previously pre- ! people. T h l S W ill be f followed
Mrs. S. Shotwell and grandson,
Cecil,
spent a couple of days in the
amount of $40,000. This proposition pared. This is the sixth time Mr. first of a short series of short sermons the contestants cheered lustily for
Notice.
Grove visiting.
has been submitted to the Board of Belknap has been returned to this pas­ by the pastor on “ The Make-up of a each other. The line-up:
All outside faucets must be wrapped
Thursday evening at 7:30—
J. A. Burke, who has rented the
Trade, and when the preliminaries torate, and as a mark of appreciation Man.”
Pacific
F G Club
to protect them from freezing. By
Loomis place, has moved here and
Service in preparation for the Commun­ Fletcher. . . . . . R E L . . .
have been arranged the work will pro- he was given a hearty reception.
order
of
P. W. CRONIN,
commenced farming.
ion of the Lord’ s Supper.
Aller........... . .R T L . . . .
Water Com.
A llen........... . .R G L . . . .
P. J. Ritchey’ s son has returned
— Wanted— By young man. Place from Washington and is attending
Stuart—Torrence Nuptials
Garrsion . . . . . .
C . ..
to work for board. Inquire at News. school at Spring Hill.
Kirkwood. . . . . L G R . . .
(From the Minneapolis Journal)
Lawrence. . . . . L T R . . .
“ A wedding, charming for the sim­ Boyd........... . . ,L E R . . . . . Peterson
plicity of its appointments, took place Huston. . . . . . .R H L . . .
last evening at the home of Mr. and Mason......... . . .L H R . . ............. Via
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| Mrs. Douglas A. Fiske, on Stevens G w y n n (c). . . .
Rasmusen . . . .
F
........... Neil
avenue, when their sister, Miss Hester
Successor to JOHNSON & JOHNSON
May Torrance, and . Henry Harlan
Private Sale of Household Goods.
' Stuart of Forest Grove, Ore., were
fORE
Owing to the fact that the writer and
married. The bride is the daughter of
family will soon depart for the east, we
D E A L E R IN
Judge and Mrs. Ell Torrance. She is
will offer for sale a great portion of our
university girl, a member of both the
household goods at private sale. Every­
Alpha Phi and Tau Kappa Phi sorori­
thing offered is practically new and
m
ties. Mr. Stuart is the only son of Dr.
can’ t be duplicated for twice what it
and Mrs. J. Harlan Stuart of Portland
N3
will be sold for. Sale will begin to­
avenue, and he was a prominent
H A M S, B A C O N and other Salt Meats Always on Hand
morrow, Friday, and continue Saturday
member of the Roosevelt club until he
and Monday. Sale will be held at resi- !
went west about three years ago.
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dence on corner of First Ave. and 4th |
Only the relatives and very near
street. A partial list is here given be­
friends were present, and they were
low: Large and small rocking chairs,
received by Judge and Mrs. Torrence,
bed room set, iron bed steads, small
Dr. and Mrs. Stuart and Mr. Fiske.
stand, parlor stand, carpet, rugs pastel
Mrs. Torrance wore a gown of black
In S e a s o n
picture (Cupid asleep), jardiniere stand,
lace over white taffeta and Mrs. Stuart
piano, hair mattress, large desk, couch,
was in Quaker gray crepe de chine.
Stoves of all kinds, The largest assortment in Washington C o.,
baby carriage(go-cart style), looking
and prices the lowest. Tne Celebrated Bridge Beach Superior
A string orchestra played a program of
glass, chiffoniere, 3 bicycles tool chest
Ranges and heating Stoves; the Malleable Steel Range and others
Everything Fresh in the Grocery Line
nuptial music that changed to the
and carpenter tools and many other
too numerous to mention. Stove Pipe 15c per joint, while it lasts.
strains of the “ Lohengrin”
bridal
to be Found here. Free Delivery to all
One piece Elbow, 20c.
articles.
J. F. WOODS.
| chorus as little Lois Fiske, the bride’ s
parts of the city.
BOTH PHONES
niece, led the way to the bower of
Catholic Services at Vert's Hall.
palms and vines. She wore a frock of
On Sunday, October 29, at 10:30 a.
white silk mull and carried a basket of
m., solemn high mass will be cele­
I pink roses. Mrs. Fiske was her sister’ s
brated at Vert’ s Hall in this city.
matron of honor and wore white batiste
Some singers from Portland and Ver-
, trimmed with valenciennes lace and
boort choir will furnish the music. A
The S h e r w i n - W i l l i a m s
1 carried pink roses. The bride was
.
very important instruction will
Family Paint is made particu­
j met at the foot of the stairs by her
given on a question of Catholic doc­
larly to lighten house-cle
leaning
1 father who gave her in marriage.
Her
trine not always properly understood
labors.
j gown was of white mull over white
by non-Catholics. All the Catholics of
It is an oil paint and can be
satin and inset with rose point lace.
this city and neighborhood are re­
washed and scrubbed. It brush­
Her veil was held in place by lilies of
quested to assist, as in duty bound, at
es out easily— doesn’t drag or
j the valley and she carried a boquet of
these services.
Non-Catholics and
Under the dial that makes the time­
tire you to apply it ; the girls
! same dainty blossoms. Mr. Stuart and
others
are
always
most
welcome.
piece.
All watches look pretty
can put it on. Made in 24
. his best man, John Porter Hall, awaited
much alike form the dial side, but
good colors. Use it this
! the coming of the bride at the alter,
Will Get Two-thirds Value.
there’ s a vast difference in the in­
year on your cupboards,
where the service was read by Rev. A.
A
few
days
ago
A.
B.
Todd
and
terior construction. Constantly re­
pantry shelves, base boards,
| B. Marshall, assisted by Rev. Thomas
others
who
lost
grain,
hay,
etc.,
in
the
pairing watches of all kinds gives
etc., and you’ll have less
F. Wallace of M exico, an uncle of the
Dilley
warehouse
fire
recently,
received
us
a knowledge of the intricate
work next year.
bride, who has been a missionary in
word
from
the
S.
P.
Co.
to
the
effect
mechanism.
Get color cards — they
' South America and Mexico for over
that they each would receive two-thirds
tell more about Family
‘ forty years.
That is worth Something to you
value of their loss. The total loss runs
Paint.
An informal reception followed and
well up into the hundreds and Mr.
And of which you get the benefit, and you
n’ t regret it if your
the orchestra played softly as the guests
Todd's share will aggregate S250.
new watch this fall comes from
S O L O DY
presented their congratulations. Mrs
HILLSBORO LINE A GO
f
NO. 23
j
F. SCHULTZ
Fresh Meats °J, Kinds
Vegetables - of - all - Kinds
House-Cleaning Time is
House Painting Time
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FOREST GROVE,
A fter A ll It’s
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G O F F B R O S .,
FOREST GROVE ,
OREGON
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Charles Williams and the Misses
Helen and Mary Harrington served
'rappe from the handsome punch
bowl presented to Mrs. Tonance by
'the Woman’ s Relief corps at Washing-
— Girls, if you want red lips, laughing
eyes, sweet breath and good looks, use
Hollister’ s Rocky Mountain Tea. The
greatest beautifier known. 35 cents.
Tea or Tablets. Dr. Hines Drug Store.
OREGON
The
M ovem ent
ABBOTT & SON
FOREST GROVE,
OREGON