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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1907)
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HOYT, The FURNITURE MAN
m i Now Open
Cordially Invites you to visit and Inspect
A Stock that will suit* all tastes and purses. It is chosen by an experienced buyer. We will make to order
53 any kind of Furniture from your own or special design, from the finest mahogany to the plain
est ded woods with perfect finish in every instance. Every customer may have the benefit of our exper
ience in color effect, designs and general arrangement of rooms and thereby secure the m ost artistic and
pleasing combination in your home at the least expense.
We v/ill be pleased to Submit estimates of cost for
complete furnishings of houses
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SECOND TEAM MEETS DEFEAT
are Portland Prices!
America” which will be published by He is working on it whenever time
Doings at Pacific University P o rtla n d A cad em y ’s S econd T eam Song Recital by Mrs. Pauline Miller- 1 the Putnams in the near future. When j permit! and expects to have it coni-
Chapman, mezzo-soprano-dramatic, No 1 all are completed the series will in- ! pleted in January, 1909.
Lifted Prom the Weekly Index, the College Publication W ins O ver P a c ific S econd by vember 14, Marsh Hall.
elude about twenty volumes, each giv
a S co re 5 -0
ing a full history of some noted Atner Pacific University’s Bind which was
On the local gridiron Saturday after- (
river. There are now, finished organized at the beginning of school,
ART EXPOSITION A SUCCESS. value and beauty which represents a noon the second team of the Varsity 1. Aria—“ Figlio Mio” Meyerbeer
the process of completion, about is making good progre s under the
lost art among the Chinese.
from ” 11 Profeta.”
tried for foot-ball honors against Port
P o rtla n d L arg est C ontrib u to r P a in t Portland and Forest Grove citizens land Academy. The day was ideal for * 2. a. “ Du bist wie eine Blume, Schu- | ten volmnes. They include the his direction of Vernon Gould.
ings V aluod at
heartily co operated with Miss Lillian a good game and what few visitors were
I tories of such rivers as the Delaware Rev. Folsom occupied the pulpit ol
$ 1 5 ,0 0 0
Bain in the collection of these works present were not disappointed. Both
b. Die Lotosblume.
! Susquehanna, James, Hudson, Con- the Congregational church Sunday.
The Loan Art Exhibit at Marsh 1 al', of art. The main Portland contribu teams played good clean foot-ball.
c. Der Himmel hat eine Thrrene - J Colo
and The Debate Council is busy making
The series St’ will I'awrtnce
be well con
Nov. 8 and 9 was thoroughly enjoyed tors were Mrs. William Ladd, Mrs. W. Portland Academy kicked off to Pa
arrangements for the Triangular dt bate
by a large number of visitors and term S. Ladd, Mrs. Helen Corbett, Mrs. H. cific and P, U. ran the ball in for good
d. Im Herbst......................Franz structed and highly illustrated. A between Pacific University, Whitman
inated in complete success in every
yardage. The ball was carried back j 3. a. “ Es blinkt der Thau” Ruben the different volumes.
College and Willamette University.
Fleischner, Mr. W. B. Ayer, Mr. C. and
Professor Lyman’s volume on the Herbert Hayes Arnston short hand
There were forty paintings by well E. S. Wood, Mr. H. C. VVortman, P. U. in attempting to make a forward
b. Margerethens Wiegenlied.. . . Columbia
river will contain about eight class has grown materially this year.
known American and Foreign artists
pass failed and was penalized 15 yards,
loaned by their Portland and Forest
c. Liebesfeier...........Weingartner ! hundred pa«es and wi" be illus,rated A new typewriter has been installed to
which brought the visitors dangerously
Grove owners besides a large number
ell«ravlnKs- meet the growing needs of the class.
close to P. U’s. goal. Within the 4. Aria—“O Mio Fernando’’ ...
of Chinese and Japanese porcelains,
Donizetti from “ I,a Favorita”
next three downs the Academy forced
Grove appreciate the kindness of the the
embroideries, and carvings.
"Keys of Heaven” Old English
Among the most attractive were patrons of the exhibit and the efforts score at the end of the first half stood
“Love me if I live” . .J. Gahm
landscapes by Tw_tchtman; “ Venice.” of those who have given their time to 5 to 0 in favor of the Academy. In
for and dedicated to
by Bunce, “ Portrait of the Artists’ its collection and arrangements. Mr. the second half the Varsity boys went
Father” , by George De Forest Brush; Wortman and Miss Burns of Portland, into the game with a strong determi
. . Liza Lehman
Dumond’s “Sketch, Lynn, Conn." were out to thS exhibit. They were nation to win. It was only the lack of 6. “Songs My Mother Taught Me’’
and two moonlight scenes in France well pleased with the display and time that this was not the case as P. ,
b. “ Bird Song” ...............Watson
by the same artist; Keith’s, “ Early cheirfully offered support if ever the U. had the leather oval within seven
One hundred and eighty three
Four hundred and seventy
c. My Ain Folk........ Old Scotch
Spring in California,” and “ Between occasion again ahould present itself. yards of Portland’s goal and making
acres, 145 in cultivation, all un
acres, 80 in crop, summer fallow
Showers,” and Richard’s "Irish Coast.’’ Charles Ward is suffering from a good yardage at every down when time
der good fence, good new 8-
crop, balance pasture and timber,
room house, two big fine new
well watered. 88,000 including
J. A. Weir's "Chicken Yard" and a sprained limb.
l*rofci»sor Lyman I’nl.lislu-s Mi*«ti>rv
crop, 2i miles from Amity.
late production of Twacthtmans,
Captain Holman Ferrin deserves Professor W. D. Lvman, instructor
“ Landscape” of a river vailey were the
special praise for his management of of History in Whitman College, has
mile from school, 2 miles from
Twenty acres all in cultivation
only impression pictures in the exhibit. liking to “ Rice.”
Amity, telephones and R. F. I).
the team. He found the Academy’s for some time past been doing consid
6-room house, new barn,
They were among the most interesting. President Ferrin was in Portland on weak points and used his men with erable literary work.
865 per acie, terms.
orchard, 4 acres in vetch
Richards water colors of the “ Irish business Saturday.
Twenty-two and three fourths
During the summer he spent sever
4 cows, horse, all tools
acres, two miles west of Salem,
Coast” suggest with remarkable skill
al weeks in the Olympic mountains,
and furniture in house
the immensity of the ocean.
and while out wrote a number of valu - 1 good wood 82500.
miles south of Amity.
Three pictures on exhibition here
able articles for the newspapers. The
were at the Lewis and Clark Fair which The Hawaiian girls have departed Consternation reigns among the girls articles were concerning certain inves- ,
were sold to Portland people. They for their island home.
Willamette University as a result of tigations made during his trips.
are Violet Oakley’s panel design rep N. C. White has returned to his a at mandate
coming from Dean Kirk, He was engaged during the spring
Wright, Perguson &
resenting Wm. Tyndall printing his home in Oregon City.
weeks, and is engaged at the present
translation of the Bible into English at
the hours when they should be seen time, in preparing the manuscript of a
Cologne, 1525, A. D. and smuggling Miss Fordyce is registered in the upon
the streets after nightfall and book on the history of the Columbia ;
the book into England; Dumond’s second year French class.
the visits of the Varsity lads
"Sketch. Lyne, Conn.,” and Talcott's Miss Payne was out of school last to curtailing
books entitled "Historic Rivers of1
the girls’ dormitory.
“Springtime in Corn.”
week on account of illness.
Miss Georgina Burns of Portland, Miss Moselv is visiting at the home
recently returned from two more years of Mrs. Chandler this week.
of study in New York, contributed a
“ Portrait Study.” Portraits, a collec Miss Stearns went into Portland for
tion of Chinese and Japanese embroid the horse show Friday night.
eries porcelains, carvings, contributed Miss Florence of Cleveland, Ohio,
by Forest Grove patrons were among is visiting Miss Ruth Thomas.
the attractive features of the exhibit. Miss Leiser spent Saturday and Sun
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