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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1905)
VOL. I l l
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1905.
situation * * *
Oregon’ s need
of a full representation at Washington
to look after appropriations for the
Columbia, the Willamette, the coast
harbors and the Federal interests, is so
pressing that if the two congressmen
should resign I would at once call
elections to fill the vacancies.” .
State Senator Squire Farrar of Marion
county, believes that “ these men can
be of no further service to the state as
representatives at Washington and they
home on Fourth avenue, last Tuesday
P. U. DEFEATED BY P. C.
evening. The parlors had been beau-1
tifully decorated for the occasion with By Tremendous Effort P. U. Holds the
evergreens and jack o ’ lanterns. Games
Score Down to 5 to 0.
should make way for men who can go NlimCrOUS Parties Are Given
Prominent Politicians Give Their
Out-weighed but not out-played was
there and look
after the state’ s
dainty luncheon was served. The
Views on Tiie Politi
Make The Occasion
report brought home by our team,
event proved a very pleasant one.
to the man
The Tobacco Industry
Hon. W. K. Newell, one of our
state representatives speaking of Sena
can further j to a score of only 5. The Pacific
Freshmen Are Initiated Into The demonstrate herself as the best county College squad was enabled by su perior
State Senator Haines anti State Rep tor Mitchell and Representative Will
George C. Brownell of Clackamas,
iamson states that: “ They are not sent
in the state for diversified farming. weight to carry their opponents back
Mysteries of College
resentative Newell Voice
to Washington to honor them but declined to be interviewed.
Good tobacco can be grown here and
over the line. Only two plays were
Senator J. L. Rand of
because they are expected to do im
it usually sells at from 10 to 15 cents |used byth em ) th i T tn u g h tT u ck and
portant work for the state, and if acknowledged the situation as serious
per pound. An acre will produce an
the end run, while P. U ., used at least
through misfortune or otherwise, they but “ would not like to say anything
average crop of 1500 pounds, which seven different formations.
are placed in a position which renders about what these gentlemen should
The annual initiation of the Fresh means 22500 gross receipts for the
The game was opened by P. C.
In Wednesday’ s Oregonian is a it impossible for them to perform their d o.”
man class into the mysteries of college crop. Try a small patch boys and see
kicking off to Quarterback Ferrin who
symposium containing the views of duties, then they owe it to their state
1 life was this year celebrated at the what it will do.
brought the ball in ten yards. P. U.
prominent political personages through- to give place to others who can. As
home of President and Mrs. W. N.
punted and covered the
out the state, on the necessity of Ore- to Representative Hermann this respon-
Lumberman Receives Injuries.
The initiation was conducted
held for downs. P. C.
gon having a full representation in sibility does not apply. H e has not
under the auspices of the Sophomore
Harry Davies, one of the operators then advanced the ball until on the ten
congress at this time where now there yet been tried and is entitled to the
class and the Freshmen were made to |0f the Davies Bros.’ saw mill located yard line when she succeed by running
is a crippled delegation lacking in presumption of innocence until proved of Cornelius. Both young people are
perform all sorts of nonsense to the de
|ten mlles north of town- was hult P. U .’ s left end on a delayed pass
well-known in Washington county and
power and influence.
The opinion guilty.”
light of the Sophomores in particular Tuesday afternoon while hauling logs thtoufh the faillue t0 back up the line
Senator E. W. Haines said:
“ It their many friends will wish them
expressed is that Senator Mitchell and
and the rest of the college classes in out of the timber. He fell and a huge
of P. U .’ s safety.
Congressmen Williamson and Hermann is a matter of great importance that much happiness
| general. The parlors had been ap log rolled upon him, striking one of
Such a step if taken \ Oregon should be fully represented in
In the second half P. U. kicked off.
propriately decorated for the occasion his hips. Dr. Hines was summoned
by our representatives would not be both halls of congress at this time. It
P. C. brought the ball to the 20 yard
and the spirit of Hallowe’ en brooded immediately and found that the man
line. P. U immediately held their
considered as a token of dishonor but would be a serious blow to this state
is Divided Into Fire Wards. over all. A banquet v^as served later was not injured internally. Mr. Davies’ opponents for downs and by steady live
rather that these men had placed their should congress fail to make appropria
in the evening and toasts were deliv bruises will require of him a few weeks’
bucking brought the ball to the 7 yard
personal feelings after the welfare of tions for continuing improvements on
a recent meeting of the local
ered by prominent students.
After rest before he can resume his work.
line where it was lost by half a yard.
the state. Some of the republicans the Columbia, both at the mouth and fire department an important innova
the score or more of guests had had
P. C. then forced their opponents
who have been interviewed, are willing at The Dalles, but the men occupying tion was
introduced, namely the
their future foretold in a comical and
Pioneer Passes Away.
back. Though repeatedly held for
if need be to see Oregon represented these positions are fully aware of the division of the city into four wards for
pleasing manner, all gathered ’ round
John Kirts, a pioneer of 1852, died downs they recovered the ball several
by men of an opposite political faith. situation and if they should be willing the purpose of locating immediately
in a circle and were served ice cream
at his home in Lafayette, Ore., yester times by Huston’ s attempts to punt.
Governor Chamberlain speaking upon to step aside in order that others who any conflagration that might arise
and cake by Mas ers Howard Thomas
day. H e was born in Indiana in 1830, Time was called with the ball in P. U .’ s
this delicate situation says:
“ The can do it more successfully might take within the city limits. The division is
and Frank Clark. Songs were sung
came to Oregon with an ox team territory but also in their possession.
need of this state is so great at this up the work, then the people of the to be brought about by taking Pacific
and stories told and the guests depart
when 21 years of age and located near The lineup was as follows:
time that Senator Mitchell and Repres state would recognize the sacrifice as a Avenue and Third street as dividing
ed at a late hour voting it one of the
Greenville, where he lived up to 10 Humphreys......... R e
entatives Williamson and Hermann patriotic one and would give them lines as shown in the diagram below:
, . . . Wilson
most enjoyable events of the year.’
years ago. In 1859 he married Miss A lle r ..................... R T ....................Rice
should resign and permit other men to credit accordingly. But knowing the
Eunice Marsh and from this issue 12 A lle n .....................R G ............ Saunders
go to Washington in their places. Senator and Representatives as I do
One of the most pleasant social
children were born. In religion Mr. ! Jen sen .................. C ............Hoskins
They cannot show their patriotism, I am willing to leave it to their own
functions of the year was a Hallowe’ en
Garrison................ L G ................Nelson
Kirts was a Congregationalist; in politics
their interest in the state’ s welfare in a best judgment as to what would be
i parfy given by Miss Reba Hoffman
L aw rence.............. L T .............Haworth
W a r d 2
W ard 1
a republican. He was also an Indian i B o y d ......................L E .......... Spaulding
more effective manner than by reliev- the proper course to take in the
j last Tuesday evening at “ The Green
ing the state of an embarrassing ! mattet.’
War Veteran and a member of the I Fen-in ( C a p t ) .. . Q ......... Pemberton
The plans of entertainment
Masonic Lodge. The interment will [ Huston.................. R H ..................Maris
1 were cleverly arranged and there was
take place in Wilkes cemetery near F letch er............... L H ..............Hodson
not an unhappy moment during the
Rasmusen........... F (C apt) . .Clough
Banks, tomorrow at 10 o’ clock under
whole evening. The events of the
Officials, Nelson and Shannon.
the auspices of the Masons.
W ard 3
W a r d 4
evening were: The Spring of Perpetual
1 Youth; The Famous Astrologer; The
Witch of Enderly, and the Sibyl of
A fire will be signalized by the
At the residence of Mayor Johnson
usual ringing of the bell at the close
Successor to JOHNSON k JOHNSON
which one or more rings will be the third class of the Academy held a
given according to the number of the most pleasant reunion. The climax of
ward in which the conflagration is the occasion being the serving of a
D E A L E R IN
W . r. SCHULTZ
S ‘S t
Stoves of all kinds. The largest assortment in Washington Co.,
and prices the lowest. The Celebrated Bridge Beach Superior
Ranges and heating Stoves; the Malleable Steel Range and others
too numerous to mention. Stove Pipe 15c per joint, while it lasts.
One piece Elbow, 20c.
House Painting Time
The S h e r w i n - W i l l i a m s
Fam iiy P aint is made particu
larly to lighten house-cleaning
It is an oil paint and can be
washed and scrubbed. It brush
es out easily— doesn’t drag or
tire you to apply it ; the girls
can put it on. Made in 24
'good colors. Use it this
year on your cupboards,
pantry shelves, base boards,
etc., and you’ll have less
work next year.
Get color cards — they
tell more about Family
S O L O OY
G O F F B R O S .,
While Mr. Crowther of Gales Creek
was in the Auction House, Mrs. R
Dewalt from Eastern Washington, but
who lived here twenty years ago and is
here for the winter, came in. Mr.
Crowther looked at Mrs. Dewalt think
ing he knew her but not speaking for
fear he might be mistaken, and she
saying to herself, this is not the place
I was in yesterday for this man I
knew over twenty years ago. In the
meantime Robert Johnson, who arrived
from Wisconsin, came in. H e too,
thought he knew the lady. A conver
sation and inquiry took place when
the three renewed their child hood
acquaintance and talked over the times
1 ‘ when Mrs. Dewalt handled the birch
in the school-room with the Johnson
boys as pupils.
The residence of Rev. Cephas Clapp
was the scene of merry-making on
H: llowe’ en. The event was a gath
ering of the first year academy class.
HAM S, BACON and other Salt Meats Always on Hand
Hallowe’ en, the night of witches, of
spooks and of fairies, was appropriately
celebrated in our city.
and girls went about the streets sing
ing and yelling and had the time of
their lives. Large boys were active in
playing pranks on their elderly neigh
bors and only jokes of the proper sort;
were perpetrated. Grown np folks en- \
tertained their friends with parties and
the evening was a delight to all.
Vegetables - of - all - Kinds
The 4th year class held a class par
ty on Hallowe’ en at the home of Miss
played and a fine luncheon was served
to the guests.
Mrs. Dewalt is here to be near her
The pretty home of Mr. and Mrs.
| sister, Mrs. Wells of the northwest part
Walker was the scene of a very
of town, and to make it her future
and enjoyable party last Tues
home if she likes it here.
day evening when the Christian En
Tillamookers Purchase Steamer
deavor Society of the Christian Church
The leading business men of Tilla took possession.
Jack-O’ Lanterns sent forth golden
mook city have recently effected the
organization of a company to procure rays as ope approached the entrance,
facilities beween Tillamook bay ports ghosts in sepultral tones directed you
; and the Columbia river.
Up to up the stairs and another ghost at the
; this time the merchants and dairymen head of the stairs guided you on to
of T illa i 00 k have been at the mercy the dressing room to remove your
^ of a single company whose service wraps.
Ghost stories were told in a room over
has not been entirely satisfactory.
It is the purpose of the new company which streamed crimson rays, and a
to purchase a steamer fitted up for fortune-teller in
passengers and freight traffic, and also corner in the green rays of light, told
to establish a better tug service on the of the brilliant future awaiting you.
Hallowe’ en games were played and
refreshments were served. At a late
— The Sewing Machines at the hour the guests departed realizing that
Bazaar are selling very rapidly on ac- they had been pleasantly entertained.
I count of the low price* and easy terms
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Watkins enter
offered just now. By November 14th
tained a number of friends at their
• the special sale will close.
In S e u s o n
Everything Fresh in the Grocery Line
to be Found here. Free Delivery to all
parts of the city.
A fte r A ll
I t ’s
M ovem ent
Under the dial that makes the time
All watches look pretty
much alike form the dial side, but
there’ s a vast difference in the in
terior construction. Constantly re
pairing watches of all kinds gives
us a knowledge of the intricate
That is worth Something to you
And of which you get the benefit, and you won’ t regret it if your
new watch this fall com es from
ABBOTT &. SON