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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1906)
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made of practicable use was loaded
into the car. Over S400 in cash was
subscribed which was laid out for food
W a s h in g t o n
c o .,
o r e .,
T h u r s d a y , a p r il
MARRIED VS. SINGLE
Having gone over the situation in
San Francisco, I am deeply impressed
with the necessity of urgent forwarding
of Public Instruction:
supplies. The country contributed
of food stuffs with which to feed the
J. H. Ackerman.
¡of Forest Grove and Vicinity
Dignified Business Men of Forest 200,000 homeless people. The situa Vole not Heavy Although Fairly State Printer:
were near 30 sacks of flour. The
tion is well organized and the United
W. S. Duniway.
car loaded was shipped direct to
Grove Arouse Old Enthusiasm
Representative— Nice Day and
States Quartermaster’ s Department is
receiving and distributing, through its
for Frisco Relief Fund
A. M. Crawford.
A Quiet One.
General Funston in command at the
channels and through various local
Bay City and was Bulled out yesterday
relief associations, all supplies as fast as
O. P. Hoff.
¡lor Relief Answered by Forest eveninK
Largest Crowd In History of the Club
Few Democrats Vole— South Forest
A K A N S A S C IT Y P R O D U C T
made public in all quarters that it will
New City Hall
Grove People with
Diamond Witness a Warm
require continued efforts on the part of
Grove Polled Heaviest Vote In
Plans are being laid whereby Forest
The Central Publishing Company Is
Game uf Base Ball
Grove is soon to have a city hall.
sues a Book of Special Inter
The railroads are of course handling
Details of construction have not yet
all such supplies without charge and
est to Farm ers.
been decided upon but it will be locat
the people must respond to calls for
¡Tbe people of our community have ed on the present site of the water
By PAT SPA RK S
The Central Publishing Company,
The results of the primaries in this
onded very heartily to the calls for
tower— the highest spot in the city.
county were fairly satisfactory and it is in the Manufacturers’ Exchange Build
(S ig n e d ) E. H . HARRIMAN,
|,p from the devasted districts in
It is the plan now to join with the
the general opinion that the republi ing, this city, has in press the most
In w heeling little g o-cart*
U 'crnia. The committe which was Fire Department and construct a
T he m arried m en ’ll dot
cans nominated a strong ticket. It unique and useful book for farmers and
pointed by the mass meeting of building for joint occupation, the funds
But in baseball w ith th e sin g les
J. P. O’ Brien:
almost certain that many of the men others ever published in this country.
Its tw en ty -th ree slcidoo.
«ns held last Friday has met with to be provided partly by the city and
Please notifiy all your people who
—W a g n er’s O p era “ R u fh a u s e r”
found on the state ticket are men inde
It presents in plain, forcible language
tversal success everywhere in obtain- partly by the Fire company. A com
are furnishing supplies that they are
pendent of any boss and of a character the most improved methods of breed
, supplies and cash for t h e ’ Frisco mittee of the firemen met with a coun
being received in good shape and are
would seldom get
___ a __________
. , that
ing and raising horses, cattle, hogs,
The plural men of Forest Grove got well distributed to the
needy throughi. ..
cil committee last Tuesday, and bids
sheep and all kinds of poultry; of cut
(The list of contributors is a long one will be received as soon as the style of their’ s last Saturday, when they met the Army Commissary Department. | war(j bealer
ting and preserving the different kinds
| includes all kinds of people and architecture and the general plans of the single men in a San Francisco The Northwest is doing remarkably
meat; of making butter and provid
! benefit game on the Club Grounds, well in this emergency.
irly every citizen in the city. Not the building can be decided upon.
other household necessities and
The score was 15 to 14. It was an
(Signed) E. E. CALVIN,
|y did the city respond, but the
If Forest Grove ever was in need of • j . .
ability of the new primary law but little luxuries.
Gen. Mg^. of S. P. Co.
joatry was extremely liberal and the anything it certainly is a city hall. deal day f° r the game and 0nc of the
i or no sentiment has been brought out
It also contains well-constructed in
r which was shipped today contained
against it by this first trial and public terest tables; approved forms in blank
L E S S O N IN E C O N O M Y
ducts from nearly every farm in the porated, the little box that now serves that has ever assembled in Washington
opinion seems to be slowly but surely and detachable leases, bills of sale,
as jail and council chamber has been | County to see an exhibition of the
tmity ol Forest Grove.
used and it is hardly big enough or national sport, jambed the grandstand Many Are Beginning to Save-up for precipitating a judgment in favor of it. wills, mortgages, deeds, etc.
| The committee that has charge is good enough for a good sized hen-
Although the vote was light last Friday
The most attractive feature of the
the Jamestown Exposition.
to the limit, and the overflow packed
de up of the following citizens: house.
more people participated
the work is its well-arranged, exceedingly
along the lime lines and throated
Peterson, chairman; L. J. Cori,
primaries than ever before and it i s ; practical system of keeping before the
(C h a rle s F re d e ric k S ta n sb u ry .)
r -. j - .
clamorously for their respective con-
On account of the Bay City disaster, i .
rretary; Merle Markee, treasurer;
safe to say that the people’ s candidates interested eves of the party using it
“ Where are you going to spend
led Watrous, M. A. Allen, A. B. Mr. and Mrs. William Clarke, who Un* enV There was a11 klnds of mter-
won. The cost is a minor considers- every item of u y ¡mportance in
| were to leave immediately for Eureka, \ est shown by both
of your vacation next year?”
Lomas, Frank Emerson, Rev. Belk-
tion when the benefits derived are ! I business, so that at any time through a
California, returned to Forest Grove, ragging, but just enough to lend spice
“ At the Jamestown Celebration at
ip and H. Teegarden. T he com -
those of the people.
l n e l period of twenty years he may see
I Friday. Th ey remained at the hom e t0 the game and keep the spectators Hampton Roads, Virginia,” is^the re
l.rgest cost by far was carried by the : d w l y hig financU1
Ettee met and sub-divided the work of Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, Friday, took awake_ After all expenses were paid
ply of six out of ten people— especially
a fair division of the work was i dinner with Mrs. Shipley, Saturday,,
candidates in securing their nomina- aJ1 hig toarc(M o( reveDUe, the items
j . . . __.
1 the management turned in 8110.05 to young people— within a certain radius
de in order to facilitate the carrying and
again for Portland Saturday1
tion and the pros and cons of this from which he can reasonably expect
Mr. Clarke’ s com pany has the local committee of the California of Norfolk, Va., the headquarters cf
feature is entirely another consideration. readyga,egwith profitg) u d tho#e ^
e tin e ing.
• been somewhat hindered by the San relief fund.
the Exposition Company. Most of the
uncertain cash values, which will, if
Haras, flour, potatoes,
cloth in g, I Francisco affair so he has been await-
The stars of the day were Brooks young people referred to are just now W t e * * ' ^ 1 or econom ic.
ddigg and everything that can b e I ing word from headquarters.
disposed of, bring him losses. So in-
and the Schultz brothers for the singles conjugating “ to save-up,” conversely,
formed, such a farmer would certainly
and Taylor, Baldwin and Goff for the and have gotten from “ I shall save-up”
prepared to ward off all financial
plurals. The type-sticker put up a t0 “ i am saving-up.”
good game at short. He guzzled up
The u (| within (he ndiag mention. article. The scheme is a good one, blows that would drive to insolvency
however, and it lies with the people j his equally industrious neighbor who
everything that came his way and
ed can be marked out upon the
map whether they will enforce this provision possessed no such information. All
lopped them over to first in a manner of the United States by any boy or girl and elect their
that would make a professional cry for
anH "*“ * clctl “ lc“ own
S’ senator> forms in the book to be filled are so
P ¡nt0 . Norfolki
. ^ gtretch
f which th eV “ n d° by sending those to plain; all entries to be made, as they
the legislature who have signed the occur, are so thoroughly and often ex
same territory lor the anti-single group ^ pencj] end t0 the Mississippi River
statement and refusing to return those plained, that any child of ordinary
and he is entitled to a medal from his and describe a circle. Ambitious and
who broke their promises.
iutelligence, capable of reading or writ
Will Bellinger patriotic young persons within this area
The republican nominations in this ing well and of applying the primary
clouted out the only three base hits of arg beginning to hoard dimes, quarters,
principles of arithmetic, will have no
the day. Willis Goff pulled down all half-dollars and dollars, so that at the county are as follows.
difficulty in performing such duties.
For the Legislature:
the sky-scrapers and long drives that end of a year they will have enough
W. N. Barrett, Hillsboro; Bruce F.
The mechanical excellency of the
came into left field.
money for at least a two weeks’ sojourn
The game started off at 2:15 p. m. among the delights and wonders of the Purdy, Gaston and Wilbur K. Newell, | work, independent of its merits in
other respects, is astonishing, consid
with the single men at the bat, but Hampton Roads celebration.
ering the small price asked for it.
they couldn’ t do much with Parker on
The young people are not the only
the knoll— one score was enough. ones who have begun to save.
J. Wesley Goodin, Glencoe.
We cheerfully comm end this Kansas If
The married men looked at life from a elderly couples whose children are For Commissioner:
City production, especially to all tillers
different standpoint, their wives were married and scattered are economizing
of the soil, believing that its general
W. J. Butner, Beaverton.
in the grandstand and the hubbies and saving in order that they may at For Sheriff:
I adoption by them would mark a new
knew that they must use the bat or tend in the pleasant evening of their
era of greater financial success in all
J. W. Connell, Hillsboro.
their wives would— when they got lives the interesting Exposition, cele For Clerk:
their industrial undertakings.— Kansas
home, so they pounded out the spher brating the nation’ s birth in Virginia.
! City (M o .) Journal.
E. J. Godman, Hillsboro.
oid for four trips in the first canto. In
The saving up process is a simple
New Soda Fountain in Carnation
Willis Ireland, Hillsboro.
the third they each crossed the rubber one and the money can be got to
four times and in the fourth and fifth, gether even by those in humble cir For Treasurer:
C. L. Bump, the progressive mer
W. M. Jackson, Hillsboro.
the wifeless folks bunched their hits cumstances by beginning to save in
chant of Carnation, has installed a new
and stacked up nine more credits, time. It goes without saying, that the For County Surveyor:
8200 Rainier-Special Soda Fountain I
visitors to this suburb of the city
Our rigs will be the celebrated
no more with the willow but held the and self denial required.
can now be served with cold drinks.
plurals down to three in the fifth and a l Take, for example, the young mem
E. C. Brown, Hillsboro.
A pleasant ride to the suburbs over the
For U, S. senator Bourne was given F. G. T . C o.’ s line will afford, among
like number in the ninth. The game ^ers Qj tj,c various branches of the Y
ended 15-14 with the single men to M. C. A. Every year many of them a substantial majority over Cake his other things, a cold soda.
RESULTS OF PRIMARIES
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On April 1st we w ill show the
people of Forest Grove and vicin
ity the finest line of Buggies,
Hacks, Stick Seat and Bubber
Tired R igs ever shown in W ash
Mitchel, Lewis &
No other dealer is able to show you two
^ch fine lines as we have. COME AND
combine to take a vacation trip t o ! nearest competitor, while Huston’ s
some point within their means. For majority was about 500.
Withycombe distanced Geer while
this purpose many of the boys save up
for months beforehand. Can anyone the vote between Benson and Gatch i
doubt where they, with boys’ love of for secretary of state was very close, j
. . . Baldwin, W. water, ships, pageants and adventure, Benson winning by five votes. Steel
. . . . McNamer will want to go next year?
It is not was an easy victor for treasurer, Craw
ford (or attorney general while Duni-
......... Kertson visit so interesting and varied an exposi wag came out with a big lead (or state
Here’ s the way the boys lined up:
. . . . Raines
Brooks......... . . . . S S . .
Baldwin, H . . . . . 1 b . .
Schultz, W .. . . . 2 b . .
M orley.. . . . . . 3 b . .
Christian----- , . . . r f . . . . . . . Bellingher tion that as celebrating the founding of printer.
. *Roe-Clapshaw Jamestown in 1607. The outing will be
The state ticket, however, is preb
Loomis......... . . . c l . . .
............. Goff at once a picnic and a liberal education. ably as follows:
Here will be seen the armies and navies U. S. Senator, short term:
Score by innings
F. W. Mulkey.
the world, in addition to the industrial
and artistic branches of the ensemble. U. S. Senator, long term:
Jonathan Bourne, of Portland.
Where is the boy that would not wil-
lingly cross the continent to see an ex-1 Representative 1st District:
* Batted for Bellingher in 8th and 9th
act reproduction o( the most famous
W. C. Hawley of Salem.
San Francisco* Call for Help
FOREST g r o v e ,
gea duel in the world on
spot Representative 2nd District:
the Southern Pacific i where it actually occurred?
W . R. Ellis.
The officials oi |
T o enjoy this excursion, the boys G overn «:
hare sent out the following communi
and girls and men and women, who
cation asserting the neceesity oi con
were no«born with a silver spoon in Secretary of State:
tinued operations in «tie r to relieve
F. W. Benson.
their mouths, must begin to “ save-
the suffering humanity in the Bey City.
From Oakland, Calif.
G. A. Steel.
the more fun they can have next year.
J. P. O’ Brien—
T h e S H U R -O N mounting and
the best quality lenses, fit
ted by M . J. A bbott, the
optician, with A bbott &
Son, will give satisfaction
or m oney will be refunded.
ABBOTT & SON
The Jew elers