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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1908)
MOST COME DOWN
CIVIC IMPROVEMENT MEETING
A pretty home wedding occurred at
Annual Assembly at Masonic Hall Geo. Bagley Is Named by the Court the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Stewart
Last Night— Good Program.
of this city, Wednesday morning at
in the Haines-Kane Case.
The annual meeting of the Civic
A receiver was appointed by Judge | 7:30 o’clock, when their daughter,
Improvement society was held in McBride in the Circuit Court Monday, Miss Elizabeth, was made the bride of
Masonic hall last evening, and a large for the Commercial Mining company, Mr. Richard Bond of British Columbia. Nr. and Mrs. Austin Gates Pass 50th
Horticulturists Wet At Masonic Hall
which was asked for by E. W. Haines The ceremony was spoken by Rev. H.
The secretary, Miss Mary Farnham, in his complaint against Frank T. L. Bates of this city, and the full ring
read the annual report which contained Kane, his former cashier. Mr. Geo. ceremony was used. The bride was
evidences of improvements in this city Bagley, F. T. Kane’s attorney, was gowned in a brown traveling suit and
and more civic pride of our citizens.
named by the court, and this decision earned a bunch of carnations. The
Dr. Chas. Hines read a very inter ties up the 74,000 shares of stock held wedding march was played by the
esting paper on Sanitation. Miss by Kane
in that company. The bride’s sister, Mrs. Lynn Lancefield, of
War. He Declares. Must be Mide
original suit filed by Mr. Haines McMinnville. The bride was un Big Celebration of Family at Their
against Mr. Kane, is not likely to come attended except by the bridegroom
Diseased Trees for the Sal
Home Saturday— Received
and the ceremony was performed in
the college orchestra furnished splen up until the next term of court.
vation of Fruit Industry
the bay window.
After the nuptial knot was tied the
The principal address of the even
Hillsboro, March 14th, 1908. guests, who comprised only the im
ing was that given by Miss Millard,
The Forest Grove Horticulture soci
On Saturday, Mar. 14 th, Mr. and
“ Whereas there is a Bill coming be mediate friends and relatives, sat down
head of the children’s department of
ety held another meeting in Masonic
Austin H. Gates of Forest Grove
the Portland library. The substance fore the voters of the state at the com to a bounteous wedding breakfast.
Halt, last Saturday afternoon, and ow
the fiftieth anniversary of
of her talk was the responsibility of ing election in June, providing for the The rooms were handomely decorated.
ing to the inclemency of the weather
which took place at
parents of children, in the selecting of exemption of a large amount of prop- The parlor was bedecked with red car
there were only abont one hundred
111., Mar. 14th,
good books and teaching them along erty from taxation and transfering the nations, potted plants, ferns and
to their friends
lines that they are most interested, and share of the taxes which that class of palms, while the dining rcom was
The meeting was called to order by
following up the teachings step by property now bears to the real estate handsomely decorated with daffodils.
President Curtis who introduced Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bond left on the 8:45
step providing the child’s interests of the state, which is already carrying
M . O. Lonsdale of Yamhill county,
New Real Estate Firm.
with a golden mass of daffodils and
train for Portland from where they will
more than its just share, and
are matters of good.
and one of the most prosperous fruit
oranges lending an appropriate color
Last week saw a transformation in
to Seattle, Vancouver on their
The annual election of officers was
growers in the state. Mr. Lonsdale the real estate field in this city that
scheme to the occasion. After the
interests of the state demand that the wedding tour, and about May first will
k well known here not only among culminated in the merging of three made and the following were chosen:
dinner, strains of music burst forth
burden of taxation should be equally be at home in British Columbia, where
■ e fruit growers but by reason of his firms that have heretofore found it un President, Harry Haynes; 1st vice
amid the anecdotes and reminiscences
distributed upon all classes of property, the groom is in business.
hool-days being spent at Pacific Uni- fortunate to both themselves and the
of the merry makers which lasted un
The bride is one of Forest Grove’s
and that present laws should be so en
irsity, and too, because of his ability community, to be competitors. A dent, Mrs. G. O. Rogers; secretary,
til the hour of departure.
forced as to compel every form of prominent young ladies, and the best
meeting of the firms of Wright, Cor
There numbered quite a few of their
property that has been heretofore, in wishes of the entire community follow
■ Mr. Lonsdale talked for an hour and nelius & Co., Oregon Land Co., executive committee, H. L. Bates, A.
Nebraska friends, among whom
large measure escaping, to pay its just the happy couple to their new home.
■ half and told of his work in the fruit and A. B. Thomas, was held in the G. Hoffman, W. H. Hollis, Dr. J. S.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Schaefer,
The guests were: Misses Maud
Bishop, Edward Seymour, Mrs. Frank and full share rather than to give any
siness and stated he had spent $50,- former offibe last Thursday, and after
Barbara A. and Kate Brickey
of it a legal means of escaping tribute, Buxton, Maude and Kate Shannon,
0 in the interests of better fruit, by talking over the real estate situation in
Bert Breed. Mr. and Mrs.
“ Therefore, be it resolved that this and Mesdames W. W. McEldowny,
estigating the diseases of the or- this city and county, decided to merge
Barrett for Joint Senator.
fortunate in having so
Convention, representing the Granges, John McCru m and A. B. Caples, besides
rds, and that he had come to the the above named firms into the Ore
W. N. Barrett, a well known at that the owners of real estate and the the bride’s sister Mrs. Lancefield and many of their progeny with them,
elusion that the Willamette valley gon Land & Trading Co., and proceed torney of this city, and a member of
among whom were Mr. and Mrs.
taxpayers of Washington County, here her brother, Elliott Stewart of Port
|Ust be rid of the old trees. He de- to incorporate.
George Gates and family of Dallas, and
the last legislature from Washington by recommends to the voters of Wash land.
that this was the only way to
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gates and
Heretofore there have been seven county, has announced his candidacy ington County and to the state at large
cessfully fight the disease that has active real-estate firms in this city and for the nomination for Joint Senator in
family of Hillsboro, besides many
that they vote “ No” upon this
Kn permitted to run so long in the ft is argued by those forming the mer the coming primaries. The district
Circuit Judge McBride yesterday grand children and two great grand
hards unfought. He said that the ger that it was not only detrimental to which he hopes to represent is com
children. Mr. and Mrs. Gates’ other
“ Resolved that the secretary of this sentenced John Inglebretzen, of Cor
Id trees should be cut down from two the firms but to the entire community posed of Washington, Yamhill, Lincoln
two daughters, who reside in
Convention furnish a copy of these nelius, to an indeterminate sentence
to two and a half feet from the ground This new firm proposes to carry on a and Tillamook counties, and he has re
were unable to be present.
resolutions to each of the newspapers of from one to seven years for placing
«nd then graft on new fruits, and he large business and in every way to im ceived assurances of strong support
Other guests included: Mr. and
of the county with a request that they
tUggested that this new apple should prove the community by extensive ad from Yamhill and Tillamook, and has
near Cornelius, early in the morning of Mrs. H. F. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. B.
the Newton Pippin as it is giving vertising in the east and at home reason to believe that he will be as
January 9. Young Inglebretzen is but F. Catching, Mrs. Emma G. White,
best satisfaction in this valley. He The firm is composed of good, reliable cordially supported in Lincoln. He is
18 years of age and seems hardly re Mr and Mrs. James Gates, Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Gates, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
ys that the old orchards cannot be men who are hustlers in the business thus far the only candidate mentioned
Master Hill Templeton celebrated sponsible for his actions.
Mr. John Christian Giltner;
eaned up on account of the long and doubt much good for the com for the position from this county, and his twelfth birthday Monday evening,
He placed the obstruction on the
ding of the disease tnat has gained munity will
come out of the his friends here seem confident of his with a small party given to a few of railroad track before daylight in the Mr. Don Giltner, Mrs. Zoa Hartrampt,
ch headway in the orchards of the combination.
nomination, and if nominated, that he his school friends. After an hour morning, and but for the watchfulness Mrs. Andrew Philips, Mrs. Frank Gilt
ey. Most of the trees are infected
They will maintain offices at the old will be elected. Mr. Barrett is com spent in playing games, each boy was of the engineer, the Forest Grove ner. Misses Grace and Ester Gates,
ith dead spots under the bark and stand of the Oregon Land Co., near plying with the necessary formalities given a slip containing the name of a local passenger might have been and Mr. W. J. White of Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Gates were the recip
innot be reached by spraying, but by the postoffice, and will have convey of the primary law, and will make the state, and each girl one containing the wrecked.
ients of many handsome gifts.
ginning anew and spraying thor ances sufficient to take care of the race, which his friends hope will be capital of one of the states. The slips
Mrs. Jones Dies.
Mr. Gates was one of the early pio
oughly every year, the orchard can be large immigration that is working its successful. He has always ran well at were opened and each state found its
of Nebiaska, settling in Burt
t free from this and other diseases. way into the Oregon country. The home, and naturally will be pleased to capital and marched away to the din
Word was received here yesterday
Mr. Lonsdale is perhaps one of the united efforts and the extensive ac get a strong vote in his own county.— ing room where a dainty lunch was that Mrs. W. A. William’s mother, county in 1856. In 1863 he enlisted
served. Those present were: Martha Mrs. Parker Jones, had died at her in Co, B, Second Cavalry, to fight the
!8t posted fruit growers in the state quaintance of the four gentlemen com Argus.
Indians and served one year with Col.
and Gertrude Allen, Elizabeth Levy, home at Seaview.
d his talk here last Saturday will be posing the new firm will place it in a
Arrangements for Commencement.
Margaret Hancock, Eleanore Larne,
4 great help to fruit men who were position to get the best results for both
The remains arrived here today and Robert W. Furnas. Mr. Gates came
Arrangements have already begun at Charles Hancock, Bryan Abraham, will be interred in Forest View ceme from a family of fighters, his father was
unate enough to hear him.
buyer and seller.
U. for commencement week. This Dan Pidcock,
Robert Abernethy, tery, from the residence of her daugh a Captain in the Revolutionary war.
Mr. Williamson, secretary of the
the program will be extensive and Ralph Buffman.
Nineteen years ago Mr. and Mrs,
ter at 1:30
late Horticulture board, spoke along
The school board held a meeting in elaborate and it is expected that this
Gates came to Oregon and settled in
le same line as Mr. Lonsdale, and
Geo. F. Zimmerman, the present Polk county where they lived for six
_ Notice to the Public.
the office of Clerk Corl Monday of this year will see one of the best com
his talk was also very instructive.
week and transacted such business as mencements in the history of the col
Anyone having cancelled notes paid city marshal of Tillamook, has entered years when they moved to this city
Another account of the fruit growers usual. All the members were present. lege. J. Q. A. Bowlby of the class of at my bank from 1898 to 1903 please the political arena to contest the com and have since held thetr residence
leeting written by a spectator:
The fire drill as mentioned in last ’67, of Astoria, who wds last year elect bring or send them in and give date of ing primaries for the nomination for here. They are well known all over
Mr. Lonsdale planned an agressive week’s News had the attention of the ed president of the Alumni, and to- payment and to whom paid. It will sheriff. Mr. Zimmerman is quite well the county and count their friends as
gmpaign against old uncared for or- board and as a result of a discussion, gether with Rev. J. E. Walker and be greatly appreciated by the under- known throuf?hout the county although legion. The guests, in token of their
»rds, and gave substantial reasons the following resolution was adopted: Dr. Dave Rafferty of the same class, signed. During that time a large he has on,y been bere about three esteem and love for this noble couple,
^■hy the axe should be laid at the foot
"Resolved, That the principal and will have charge of the exercises this number of notes were paid and the year5’ Ke has a K00«1 many friends gave them many handsome presents.
of the tree.
the teachers of the Forest Grove Pub
money never turned in to the bank. I an<1 0Uffbt ,0 l,e Tu>te a factor in the The News wishes them many returns
Mr. Lonsdale spoke briefly concern lic School, be required to have fire posed the class of that year, and they This will greatly assist us in adjusting race ,or sheriff’ a* he is Qua*‘®«d to fill of this happy occasion.
ing the ravages of the
scale in the ap- ¿„u at jeast every two weeks. Prin- were instrumental in placing the petri- the affairs of the bank
the office* should he be successful.—
. pie districts of New
York state and cjpal or any teacher to give signal for fied stump on the campus that marks
Since the publication of this notice Tillamook Herald. Mr. Zimmerman
Bed the westward progress of the sucj, dn||
is the report of the
the site of the first building.
a large number of cancelled notes have was recently pastor of the Christian
for the month
until now the middle west is suf-
‘•'That the teachers are requested to
been sent in for which I thank my cburcb here, and his many friends in
Hyde Property in Litigation.
from the scourge.
not on]y hjy.g t^eir pupils leave the
friends for so doing, and hope that any tb‘5 coun,y hope he will succeed,
^ ^ t the present rate of advance, ten building by regular exits, but at times
Special meeting of the council was others who have such notes will send \ Friday evening at half past seven,
»ill see the apple industry ruined t0 change ;0 other exits, so in case of called Tuesday evening, Mar. 17, for or bring them in as soon as possible, 'here will be a meeting at the M. E. days absence, 72. No. times late,
1 of the Rockies, and apple con-
under full control of the purpose of transacting general
E. W. H a in e s . j church, under the auspices of the W. 41. Average daily attendance, 40.
s will have to depend on the their teacher. Also, the sounding of business.
j C. T. U. Among the speakers will The following pupils were neither ab
: Northwest for their apples. the city fire bell to be tak«m as a sig-
The controversy between the city
be Mrs. O. M. Sanford, who will give sent nor tardy: Rachel and Paul Pech-
iC is not the scale that threatens nal for fire drill.”
and E. A. Hyde, over the Hyde prop-
The undersigned wish to thank all reminiscenses of Frances Willard and in, Pearl and Louis Stevenson, Esther
orchards, but the black spot,
A motion was made and carried that erty, which is claimed by the city to neighbors and friends who so kindly of temperance work; and Rev. Daniel and Walter Dilley, May and Hilah
^ ^ ■ h is is a fungus of low order, the any teacher who wishes to retain his or stand on a public highway, was the assisted us in the late sickness and •c’taver> who *¡11 talk on the progress in Brick, Alice Wilson, Clarence Rice,
I m tc of which are extremely small and her position in the public school for theme of discussion. According to death of our wife and mother, Mrs. temperance work. Good music and Frieda, Sophia and Fred ScbmaJa,
Laura and Roy Knighten, Rich»**,
Ugh and are blown by the wind as the following year must file an applica- the abstract it is shown that the prop- Shiyley. Also we wish to especially collection taken.
Louie, Henry and Albert Busch,
over a mile from the parent iimb, tion 3..;^ tjje school clerk at least two erty
on Council street, thank the nurses, Mrs. Hall and Mrs.
The Bankers and Merchants Mutual
Philip and Bertha Lesser, and
to start up a growth on the trail months before the close of the school but it is claimed by Mr. Hyde that an Hartman, who so kindly administered Fire Relief Association and W. H.
Buxton. O. B. KRAUS,
which they light. A whole year A fire gong was also ordered to error was made in the deed, which was to her during her illness.
Hollis, who have offices together in
■rd may be.ruined in a short time, |je piaced jn the school building where drawn years ago. when only one build-
M. H. S h ip l e y ,
the Wagner building, will on April
iy before the owner is aware of ¡t couid be heard by all the pupils and ing stood on that street. The mayor
M r . and M r s . E.
H a in e s . first move into the room formerly oc-
the ¡danger. Spraying is not a practi teachers.
j cupied by the Times on Pacific ave-
was authorized to proceed to court and
cal pnethod of controlling the pest, as
Miss Gladys nue. The room is being painted and
Bills to the amount of $43.42 were have the matter settled.
harmless on the reeds before allowed and ordered paid.
, Hartley, who is one of the teachers in papered and generally overhauled, and
¡nation and .ill not reach the di-
Black Minorca eggs 50c per set- the conservatory of music at Pacific will make efficient offices for these
after the fungus has penetrated the
Watrous ' University, is soon to resign her dut- concerns which seem to have out-
LOWNSDALE MAKES SPEECH
7c Ave. I
ing an old tree is to cut it down about
two feet from the ground and graft or
bud the sprouts the second year. In
this way a new top will be grown in
three or four years.
The only right and safe way is to
examine the limbs of a tree, when not
too badly affected, and scrape away
the outer rind of the bark, not allow
ing the knife to reach the wood. New
bark will form over the spot, and only
a small scar will be left. Mr. Lons
dale pointed out that the Yellow New
town Pippen was the coming com
mercial apple, and the time is coming
when the present old orchards now
covered by slime and scale, will pro
duce a large revenue to their owners.
He stated that the Yellow Newtown
Pippen will not produce a healthy tree
if grafted on a stock in the nursery,
but the roots are of too slow growth to
support t.he top, but if grafted in the
trunk of a healthy tree will produce a
healthy top. Treated in this manner,
this peer of all apples can be grown
successfully in the Willamette valley.
MANY GUESTS ARE PRESENT
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g of the
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