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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1907)
W ashington county N ews
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1907.
the Trustees, and plans formulated for
a campaign which only the present
RICHEST INSTITUTION ! j j financial
depression prevented from
entering upon immediately after the
of Herrick Hall.
ON THE COAST opening
The canvass for money to meet Mr.
W h o ’s W h o In Forest G rove?
MEET NEXT MONTH
i game promises to be a split hair con
test as both teams have sharpened
BEDFORD H. LAUGH- their weapons keen for the contest. A
L1N, Mayor of Forest couple of weeks ago Oregon would
Grove and a man of much have had the eagle before the game,
i ' : : -
weight. Not a relative but the clubmen have since gingered
Carnegie’s offer to the Library was be
but an ardent admirer up considerbly, weeding out the tares
ing prosecuted at the time Herrick
and polishing up the team work. Dr.
of the man that saved Rader, ex-president of the Anti-Saloon
Pacific University Endowed Wilh Hall burned. When it seemed advis
In Portland Woodman Hall the I2!ii
Can’t sprint League of Oregon, who was alleged to
able that all efforts should be turned
towards replacing the dormitory as
as fast as Kelly but al have stabbed himself at Salem to gain
and 13th of December
soon as possible. A considerable sum
ways runs a capital po pubicity, but who was exhonorated
has been playing fullback this season
—about $10,000 is now in the treasury
which can be applied to that fund if it
and is expected to make some g r e a t _____ ____ _______
touched the tape thrice
is deemded advisable to do so.
kicks today. He will have to hurry
successfully in the city some, however, if he beats Moullen, j
j present this money is invested as part
j of the endowment.
Has the Oregon boy with the iron foot, j
The matter of assisting to provide a
never been all in yet, who booted the ball square over the !
Gymnasium and Library Buildinq suitable Science Building has been
goal posts last year twice, thus winning Every Dairyman in Washington County
though runs a big inn.
broached to one of Pacific’s wealthy
the day for the state U. Several peo-
Next to Be Constructed— More
and stands in well with I pje [rora thjs cjty w;u attend the game.
Is Urged to Attend— Cheap
and generous friends in the East. He
all the people all the
has expressed his interest and given an
Rates on Railroad.
Hillsboro Names Ticket.
intimation that something may be done
time. Has many a big
in the not distant future.
guest at his hotel, the
Hillsboro’s municipal election will
floor plans for such a bulding as is
why it is impera- j occur next Monday, At a mass meet-
President W. M. Ferrin has con needed have been prepared and arch
“ Please side step and give me the
tive to have a large ! *n8 the-first of the week the present
tributed an article to the college publi itects estimates as to probable cost
! mayor, John Dennis, was renominated. center of the stage,” says the dairy-
cation, Trie Index, setting forth the secured.
“ Bed” — that’s whtt his
The following were named for council- ; man to the fruit grower, and continu'
assets and needs of the institution,
friends call him for short, but since he is a tall man Bedford is better.
The men: J. W. Connell, T. H. Tongue ing the product of butter and cheese
wiiich is worthy of reproduction in
I. 0. 0. F. Elect Officers.
councilmen never say “ I move you Mr. Mayor,” knowing that it would be and J. Sewell. George Schulmerich,
merich, has this to say: “ We are all proud of
The News, tnerefore it follows:
nk, was Oregon's apples and pears. Glad y< u
Before proceeding to mention spe
F. lodge Monday night the following person might think from this that Mr. Laughlin would have the fathers sit J named (or recorder, and Cal Jack, of got the use of the great show windows
cifically the things ttiat are most need
officers were elected for the ensuing still as mice, but rats that’s not the case. He is a native of Yamhill, but I the Shute bank, was named for treas in Portland in which to present yout-
ed, I would like to call attention
urer. The fight was for endorsement selves to the admiring thousands, but
year: Noble Grand, A. L. Sexton; Vice
briefly to some of the things which
Grand, Rev. Hiram Gould; Secretary, says that Washington is the best county in the state and sticks to it de- of the present administration, ami the you only come once a year, wnile we
Pacific iias—its assets, as it were.
spite the occasional showers.
! majority was decisive.
add a little to the wealth of Oregon
There ts much in the present con R. M. Taylor; Treasurer, S. E. Todd.
every tlay ol the three hundred and
dition of the institution that is gratify
ing. With the completion of the new
“ Oregon fruit’s five million dollar
Dormitory, the equipment of buildings
for 1907 is great, but Oregon's
is better than ever before. The su
dairy product, growing from notliii g
periority of the new Herrick over the ;
Severely Injured Monday
Bride ot Dr. Coffeen ot
Verts Hall— All Should
ten years ago to five millions in 1902,
old has led some people to remark th a t!
and seventeen millions in 1907, is go
the burning of the old building was a j
ing to give a grand entertainment in
real blessing. But when we consider j Paul Fitch, the eight year old son
Today at high noon will occur the
By the failure of Laselle Bros, ot Portland December 12th and 13th.
Are we to have good roads?
the large and urgent needs of the I of Judge Horace Fitch of Cornelius wedding of Miss Emma Gordon, daugh
Are you willing to be taxed to pay Albany, prune buyers and packers, a
"Two floors ot the Woodmen’s Hall
Univeisity, in other directions, and the was struck by the up train Monday ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Gordon, for them?
number of prune growers and buyers! at Eleventh and Alder have been en
large sum required to erect this build morning and quite seriously injured.
who reside one mile north of this city
These and other questions will be in this section are caught in the en gaged lor that purpose, one for the ex
ing—about $40,UO0 above the insur
The little fellow who was on his to Dr. F. H. Coffeen of North Yam the topic of the good roads meeting to tanglements of the defunct company. hibits and the other for the conven
ance money—it is not difficult to un- I way to school and noticed a playmate hill.
be held in Vert’s hall Friday afternoon The Oregonian of yesterday gave no j tion. Tiie prizes offered are the great
derstand that the fire which destroyed on the north side of the track. Think
tice of this firm’s inability to carry out est ever presented in the West.
Only the immediate relatives and I at 1:30.
Herrick Hall last year was a real ing that he could get across before the friends of the contracting parties will be
County Judge Goodin is taking a its obligations. It is stated, however, program will be excellent. There will
train reach him, he sped with all rapid present,when the ceremony will be read long lead in the road question of this that the firm will in all probability j jay | be a reception, with refreshments and
The Endowment has been slightly ’ ity possible but when in the middle of by Rev. H. L. Bates of this city.
county and is endeavoring to formulate out in full
music, at the Portland Commercial
increased during the last year, and is j the track the engine struck him a se
One prune buyer in this city holds Club, the evening of the 12th.
The happy couple are to be married some plan of action that will insure
now somewhat above $203,000. This vere blow throwing him seven or eight with the Episcopal ring ceremony and some kind of good road building in Laselle Bros, paper for $1000, another
“ It is the farmer and the dairyman
is very much larger than that of any . feet to one side of the track, fractur before a bower of white chrysanthe* Washington county. Only 2 per cent grower for $700 and another for about who should be (ires nt at this conven
other Christian colleges in the North- j ing a bone above the eye and bruising., mums and wild Oregon grape and of the taxation last year was set aside 8100. It is also 1-arned that a large tion. All of the commercial bodies
west, larger, indeed, than of all the \ him severely about the head.
for this purpose which was soon ex number of other buyers and growers in should have detegates present, and as
Christian colleges of Oregon combined. I blame whatever is attached to the
After the ceremony the party will hausted. Aren't our roads and high this county are victims of this failure the women of Oregon have made the
The library numbers 14,700 vol-1 trainmen by the boy’s father.
The partake of a regular old fashioned ways worth more to us than two per for many large amounts, and when all state famous for its dairy products they
umes, unquestionably the largest and lad was eager to get to school; Thanksgiving dinner after which the cent of our taxation? Can this county claims are presented the total will be will be especially welcome and some
most valuable college library in the and join his playmate and it was just couple will depart on the evening train come to the front and maintain its astounding. During the present sea of the best papers on the program will
slate. The laboratories, both physical an accident.
for Portland and other points before re present high standing on two per cent son buyers from this company were be delivered by women.
and chemical, are fairly well equipped, j It is said that som e doctor was on turning to their future home at North of its entire taxation?
j here and bought large consignments of
“ The exercises will open promptly
and each year sees additions made to the train who refused to get off and Yamhill.
At this meet’ng will be discussed prunes, but it is not learned that all at 10 o’clock Thursday morning, De
the afparatus. The enrollment, in render assistance to the boy, fearing
The bride is popular and well known j methods ot building permanent high- who sold are caught in the net. The cember 12th, at Woodmen's Hall.
point of numbers, is considerably that the train would pull out and leave in this county where she was born and I ways, also the advisability of levying a concern lay its failure to the money Each and every paper will be dis
larger than last year, in all departments. him.
Parties were considerably in- raised. She has taught school in di-' I special assessment in the districts of stringency.
cussed so that the practical points may
In the college proper there is an in sensed over his action.
verse districts and up until last Friday North and South Forest Grove and
be brought out. All delegates arc
she was principal of the Dilley schools. Dilley and Thatcher for the purpose of
crease of 24 per cent. In the Acade
Work to Begin on Electric Line
urged to be present, however, an hour
my an increase of 15 per cent. And
The groom is a well known physi establishing a precedent to be followed
According to last night’s Journal before the opening Thursday so as to
in the music department the enroll
M. Patton has a crew of men breaking cian of the thriving little city of North by the county.
| The United Railways is to begin con- register, receive badges and get time
Yamhill and owns besides his practice,
ment is nearly doubled.
roll ways along Gales Creek.
Judge Goodin will lay before the | struction work on the Portland-Hihs- to examine the rxhibit in tbe large
a fine drug store.
An elegant rest-
The quality of the student body
Allan Rice was in Forest Grove *ev-jdence jn tha, place ¡s being built for meeting the plan and thoroughly dis- boro-Korest Grove electric line imme- room just below the convention hall.
which is always high at Pacific is, we
cuss it, and other speakers will be pres- (ljate|y uniess the severest winter
“ The officers of the Oregon Dairy
them where they will be at home after ent, among whom are Hon. Wilbur K. weather should prevent. Chief Etigi- Association want you to come prepared
think, notably so this year. These eral days last week on business.
are some of the things that Pacific has,
M. C. Case, Co. Supt. of schools, December J5.
Newell, Col. Harry Haynes and Judge neer Wickersham is the author of this to ask questions, to feel that you are
The News joins their many friends W. H. Hollis. There will be, by no statement and is to be relied upon. present to be benefited, and to appre
and which she points to with pride. visited our school last Thursday.
The things which she still needs, are
means, a set program, but everybody He says that finances are on hand and ciate that the discussion of papers after
D.\ Brown was called to attend Mrs. in extending congratulations.
quite as notable. A live institution M. Bisbee, who had a severe astack of
interested will be privileged to speak, car loads of rails are arriving every they are delivered is more valuable
ought to be a growing institution. It heart trouble Sunday evening.
ar.d it is urged that all who are inter week. The money flurry will not pre- i than the papers themselves, for this
is bound also to have ambitions and
ested to attend the meeting and join vent the work from going ahead.
character of discussion brings out all
Services will be held at Watt’s Cornelius Lutherans Build Modern ¡n tbP discussions.
hopes for future enlargement that call
the strong points.
loudly for additional funds. The best church Sunday, Dec 1. by Rev. J. R.
Edifice of Worship.
i Don’t forget the date of this meet-
John Stevenson who has been polit- I “ The business men ol Portland have
colleges of the country are always Hall. All will be cordially welcomed.
The German Lutheran Emanuel ’nB-
ical reporter on The Evening Tele put up money to insure the publica
poor, continually calling for funds with
No school Thanksgiving day this church of Cornelius which was con
gram for the past eight years has given j tion ol the proceedings in the best
which to meet new demands. What year so the school ma'am and scholars structed this fall was formally dedicated
up his newspaper work and made Dep possible manner, and to illustrate the
are some of the most crying needs of can eat big turkey dinners at their re last Sunday with splendid services both
Miss Mary Mulloy and William uty District Attorney of Multnomah j same, but only facts and vital informa
Pacific? Without attempting to de spective homes.
in the 'morning and afternoon. Des Hathorn of Laurel were united in mar- COunty under Attorney Manning. Mr. j tion will be printed, and these are
cide which are most pressing, it is
At a special meeting of the direc pite the rainy and blustery weather riage Sunday at three o’clock at the Stevenson was one of the best report-1 wanted from every district in Oregon.
easy to mention several which are ur
Methodist parsonage Hillsboro. Rev. ers for the Telegram and generally The railoads have made a rate of a (are
there was a good crowd out.
gent. There should be a considerable tors of the Vineyard Hill Telephone
Members of the Christian Adventist Belknap officiating.
covered all important commercial meet and a third from every point in the
increase of the endowment. I have
ings in Portland and sessions' of the State.”
spoken of its condition in comparison pointed to the office of secretary and met at the former’s place of worship cream crepe de chine. A number of legislature. He has a rare way of say
with other colleges of the state; but the
and marched over to the new chapel. friends from Laurel attended the wed ing things differently from most writers
Frank Brown, Forest Grove’s former
fact remains that the endowment is too R. M. Bisbee. An assessment of $3 After the church was dedicated by ding. Miss Mattie Hathorn acted and his political prophecies were gen cartoonist and artist, was here the first
small for our use. The character of
Rev. C. Buechler and his brother min as bridesmaid and a brother of the erally realized.
Mr. Stevenson is a of tf. : week with his bride visiting his
the men employed upon the faculty, of the company at a meeting in June, isters. Rev. A. Krause of Portland bride best man.
Miss Edith Hathorn Wasington County boy, indeed he be mother Mrs. O. Brown. Flank has
and to a large extent the qualify of the
l played the wedding march
delivered a sermon in German.
longs to Forest Grove, and is the son cast aside the pen and has taken up
work done in the institution, depend Mr. Schmale at their earliest conve
After the ceremony Mr. and Mr. of Robert Stevenson, recently appoint something more remunerative, cheese
At noon a dinner was served at the
upon the amount of productive endow
Comelms hotel with the Adventists Hathorn departed for Portland where ed state game warden. His broad ac making, at Fulda. It is a very good
ment. Two new professorships, call
present as special guests. In the af they spent their honeymoon.
quaintanceship gained through news dairying country and Frank is stuck on
K. of P.'s Rally
ing for $50,000, should be provided
Mr. Hathorn has just completed and paper work and his ability in forensics the place despite the cold. There is
ternoon a capital sermon was preached
Thursday evening was a big occa in English by Rev. J. P. Doescher of furnished a fine house at Laurel where
for immediately. Twice that amount
snow on the ground several inches
are indicative of a bright career.
could be advantageously used within sion for the Knights of Pythias in this Oregon City.
i they will live. The parents of both
deep now. When Frank made his
city. Many outside members includ
bride and groom are prosperous farm-
Len Morley who has been visiting home here and did work for the Tele
Standing the Test.
In the way of new buildings there is ing the State Grand Chancellor, John
i ers of Laurel.
his old home in Michigan lor the past gram there was scarcely a man in this
The macademized road on Pacific
especial need just now of three—a Li M. Wall were present. Speeches were
two months and a half, returned to the city that did not at some time or other
made by . Geo. Schulmerich, L. M. avenue is standing the test of the
brary. for which Mr. Carnegie h a s ____
Sunday, thoroughly satisfied that get his from the cartoonist’s pen. On
promised the money when 820,000 for Hoyt, H. T, Bagley, C. E. Deich- heavy milk wagons very well and the
S. B. 1-awrence, editor-in-chief of Oregon is the best state in the Union. local elections the candidates for office
its endowment is secured; a Science mann, J. M. Broon, Edward Moore, hard rains of the past few days have i “ The Weekly Index” the college
Shortv came back with a rag around were given their full share.
Ha.l to cost perhaps $40,000; and a John M. Wall. E. H. Baird. W. G. affected the thoroughfare but little.
publication, is to be congratulated his throat and said although it wa:; very
Gymnasium which could be built for Hare, J. W. Gordon, M. C. Case, H. There is a thin slush on the surface upon the special Thanksgiving num-
cold back there he was like the father
Report of Manning school for
»20,0°0 To these ought perhaps be V. State and Mr. Blackburn, after which is due to the earth in the fine
i ber. This is the first time in the his of his country, couldn’t lie, but caught month ending Nov. 22. Days ta', ght,
added a Boy’s Dormitorv as a fourth which a bounteous supper was served. quality of rock that was put on as a
tory of the institution that a similar a bad sore throat on the way down from 17; No. enrolled, 36; average number
coating. Had it not been for this we
much needed building.
effort has been made and both stuff Seattle. Wages are down so low back attending daily, 33; whole number
would have had a solid roadbed, we’ll
dents would perhaps place the gymna
and selection reflects much credit unon there that a fellow with good eyes and days attendance, 566^; whole number
sium first as the building most lmroed-
Last Saturday was certainly Jupiter profit however, by this experience.
Mr. tawrence and the contributors. a telescope can’t see them for the dis days absence, 3 0 j; times tardy; 3;
'etely pressing. I am not disposed Pluvius day. The rain descended and
short stories are full of interest, tance. Farm hands get $20 per month neither absent nor tirdv; Edgar C iaw-
serious,y to take issut with this opin- the floods came as if the wet God
The memorial services of Frances and the poems are worthy attempts. and Shorty said that before he came ford, IsabH Crawford, Mena 'lolke,
ion. The advantages of commod- goaded to anger by some unwise Ore
The paper is well illustrated with half away a fellow asked him to do some H ms Tolke, Gustav, Toike, Merle
10US weu-equipped gymnasium
the throttle Gosney. who died a few days since at
are v evi-
dent. tn e physical weitareof students, of his rain making machine to the lim- her father’s home at Shady Brook,were tones ol the college buildings, views carpenter work and assured him that Wic'e, fame, Whitlv, Ida White. Nel-
they were paying good men $ 1 5 0 a Brown, Lcphy Lee, Harry Lee, Clifford
■ men and women, should be pro it. Not a great many ventured out but conducted by Rev Belknap at the of the campus and instructors.
whereas he pulled down his $3.50 Brown, Theron Hmwn, Dick Stowell,
vided for ir,d for this ecd a building those seasoned by the rains of many cemetery at that place. Frances was
Big Football Game.
j every day before leaving for the east Frank Fisher, Mary Fisher, Harhe
e-.ieciii!y designed for the purpose is winters who had the courage to do so 12 years of age and died from mem
Oregon and Multnomah will try out and the carpenters are getting the Stowell. Not absent but tardy. Wal-
quite essential, plans for the neces donned their slickers and gum boots branous croup The Gosney family
... n',.n.r — M« - O'Doani-il. teacher.
J conclusions today in Portland.
The j same wages now.
formerly lived in Hillsboro.
sary unds have been considered by with an umbrella accompaniment.
GOOD PROGRAM AND EXHIBIT
NEW BUILDINGS TO BE ADDED