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HING I ON COUNTY NEWS
l^ V O L . VI
i PERIOO OF TWENTY-FIVE YEARS
P. U. Day at Gladstone.
construction of said railway line com -
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
! Marsh, and Misses Hinmap, Shannon,
WORK HAS BEGUN
1 rnence immediately, and for said reason
Misses Livia Ferrin and Frances I Minnie Myers, Cronin, Langley. Miss
! it is necessary that this ordinance shall Park, July 15— W. G. Hale, of Port
Clapp are in attendance at the Chau Belle Denny was visiting guest.
Oregon Electric Company Started
become immediately operative, the land, an attorney, a graduate of the
In honor of the home coming of F.
tauqua. On Y. W. C. A. day Miss
j question of the existence of such an Harvard law school, and president of
Work this Morning on the Forest
Helen Chandler was one of the A. Baker, who has been away at Chi
| emergency for the passage of the or- the associate alumni of Pacific Univer
I dinance was presented to the council. sity, created no little stir by declaring speakers.
a family reunion was given at the home
Frank Susbauer, the 11-year-old son
I And it appearing that the said emer from the Chautauqua platform that the
of graders of the Oregon
of his father, Dan Baker, east of town,
Last Thursday gency clause has been read three (3 ) University of Oregen ought to be made of Henry Susbauer of near Cornelius, Sunday. There weie 26 grand chil Electric Company has pitched tents on
J \ Id Special Meeting
several times, to-wit: Upon the first, an institution for graduate work only. died Sunday from tetanus, as a result dren and children present. Mr. Baker the right of way between here and Cor
Night fur Purpose.
second and third' reading of the whole His plea was one for the small college, of a sliver which he ran into one of his is in business in North Dakota.
nelius and begun work on the line this
] of said ordinance, a motion was made of which Oregon has many. He said toes two weeks ago.
morning. They will work up to Cor-
Mrs. Flora Miller, wife of State Sen
! by councilman H. J. Goff and second that the State University should be
Joe Lilly was in Portland Sunday and ator M. A. Miller who is a brother of nalius and a mile this way.
ed by councilman C. O. Roe that this | thoroughly supported by the people of laid in a supply of fishing tackle ana
About all the right of way has been
council do now declare that such the state and that Oregon people “ bait” preparatory to spending the Charles Miller of this city, died Tues secured and within the next few days
emergency exists. A vote being should patronize Oregon institutions summer on Wilson river. To make day at her home in Lebanon after a the entire strip of land between here
long illness. Mr. Miller had just re and Hillsboro will be turned over to
taken by ayes and noes resulted as ! for their college work before going
everything complete he subscribed for turned from the Democ a ic National
follows: Ayes, Councilmen S. A. Walk abroad for advanced work.
Oregon Electric Company to Build and er, C. L. Hinman, J. H. Wirtz, C. O.
(Convention at the tic e of his wife’s
Pacific University rally was very suc
Frank Dunham, who for the past death. She was born in Marion Coun
Maintain Road Within City
; Roe, Geo. Paterson and H . J. Goff, j cessful. Miss Frances Clapp rendered
Water Fight Tuesday Night.
has been manager of the Forest ty, 1866, and was married to Mr.
a piano number. “ Widmung” (Schu-
street was lined with humanity
declared that the emergency aforesaid mann-Liszt), and Miss Wilhelmina Grove hotel, left Monday for Tacoma Milier in 1888
evening to witness a thrilling
where he has accepted a first class
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a daugh and unique event for this city—a race
Thereupon the said section eight “ Guinivere.’' Miss Leah Leiser sang position with the Novelty Manufactur ter weighing nine pounds, born to the between contingents of the fire depart
wife of Henry Sco,., of Scoggins Val ment which terminated in a grand and
A special meeting of the common ( 8 ) of said ordinance was again separ- I ‘'Go tQ Sleep My Baby,” and “ Burst ing Co. of that place.
council of the city of Forest Grove, ately read and separately s ibmitted to Ye Apple Buds>.. and was hearti„y
Archie Markee, who is working' for ley, the 16th inst. Parties wishing sousing water fight.
held in the council chambers on said qouncil for a vote upon its passage a.ppiauded.—Today’s Oregonian,
the S. P. Railroad Co. at loll man dur \ the attendance of Dr. Large in this
The fire wagon, drawn by horses with
Thursday, the 9th day of July, 1908, and adoption as such an emergency. |
ing his school vacation, made a flying class of cases, will greatly oblige him, Joe Lennnville as driver and disciples
The question being put by his honor,
trip home last Sunday and took the if convenient, by engaging his services Bill Kertson, Guy Morley, Shorty Long
at 8 o’clock p. m.
Regular Meeting of City Council.
evening train of the same day back to two or three months prior lo the ex and Ed. Wirtz, got on their marks at
Said meeting being convened by the the Mayor, “ Shall the emergency-
pected event. Dr. Large has both the corner near Schultz’s market, and
Mayor for the purpose of considering clause, known as section eight of said | City council met in regular monthly his place of business.
an ordinance granting to the Oregon ordinance, be passed?” A vote upon session Tuesday night and it was al
the ttam with the hand hose cart con
Electric Railway Company, an Oregon the passage and adoption of the same most twelve o’clock before the munic scoool for the past year at McAllister
S. H. Gilmore of Eureka, Calif., is sisting of John Wilhelmnson, Jack
corporation, its successors and assigns, being taken by ayes and noes, resulted
Watkins and Archie Clark, located at
It was ordered to instruct N. C. College in Minneapolis, arrived here visiting his ¿incle and aunt, Mr. and the corner near the Book Store. The
the right to lay, construct and maintain a5 follows: Ayes, Councilmen S. A.
railway and st'.e#* car tracks, and to Walker, C. L. Hinman, J. H. Wirtz, Johnson to remove engine, which has
tion at home in Forest Grove with her gathered at the old home and had a fire bell was rung and the wagon com
operate street cars and other cars there- C. O. Roe, Geo. Paterson and H. J been on the highway for two years, aunt, Mrs. A. B. Thomas.
very pleasant visit. Those present pleted its run in a giffy but the cart
over, ana to transport passengers, Goff. Noes, not any. So section from the streets. Jewell filtering prop
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gates and didn’t start, and the team went back
Our Victor H. Limber was elected
freight, mail, baggage and express
was — then that
of Hillsboro, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. for the second trial.
vice president ol the State Undertak
thereon, and to erect, construct, main- declared adopted,
Street Commissioner E. B. Sapping- ers’ Association at McMinnville last
tain and operate power, telegraph, and
Sam Walker, as starter, stood mid
ton was ordered to make list of prop week. His friend Mr. Finley of Port
telephone lines in the City of Forest
way between Pacific and First avenue
City Treasurer's Report.
erty owners whose sidewalks are in ill land stopped over for a visit at the and Mrs. J. A. Sewell of near Hills
Grove, County of Washington, State of
north, and when he dropped his lid the
Limber home on their return.
men and the horses lunged forward and
such parties to build new walks.
The roll being called, the following j
ran down the streets at break peck
E. F. Curtiss and family of Redding,
It was moved and carried that the
Miss Gladys Todd arrived from speed, while the different enthusiasts
members of the council were present: 1 Balance June 1, 1908. . . . $1,781 40
mayor appoint a committee of nine to
Chico, Cal., last week to spend her cheered and shouted for victory.
S. A. Walker, C. L. Hinman, J. H Rec’d for light...................
341 35 draft a new City Charter to be voted land were registered at the Laughlin
vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Wirtz, C. O. Roe, Geo. Paterson and
John Wilhelmnson and his human
upon at the next city election, in Jan
A. B. Todd. She has just fin colts reached the hydrant, made con
H. J. Goff. The Mayor announced
“ A. G. Hoffman meter
11 00 uary 1909. Petition of J. H. Hartley mook. Mr. Curtiss, the younger,
ished her third year’s work in the nection and sailed down Main street
that the purpose of the meeting as
formerly attended collage here.
“ A. B. Caples pipe &
was referred to water committee.
state Normal there, and will graduate southward, while Joe Lenneville and
convened by him was to consider an
Miss Dee Darling gave a picnic (or next June. She will teach the coming
The following rebate on special as
ordinance, entitled: “ An Ordinance
his stalwart bunch of fire fighters came
3 00 sessments was voted: John Temple her Sunday school class of the Christian
R. P. Wirtz license. .
year in the training school connected madly to meet them. The race was
granting to the Oregon Electric Rail
446 56 ton, $1.01; W. H. McEldowney, church Monday at Lover’s Lane.
“ Co. Treas. taxes. . . .
with the Normal besides taking the very close and the two called for water
way Company, an Oregon corporation,
Twenty-five children were present and regular course of study.
$3.90; Mrs. Walker, $2.50.
its successors and assigns, the right to
about the same time, but the hose cart
Recorder’s report showed $5.50 for had a jolly time playing games, with
lay, construct and maintain railway and Paid 16 warrants...................
Dickie Ranes of Gales Creek was in aggregation won out with water first,
743 99 licenses and fines for month. Mrs. A. dinner and supper in the woods.
street car tracks, and to operate street
town Thursday of last week. Dickie and then followed the jolly part for the
Balance .......................... $2,156 22 J. Folsom was elected president of the
cars or other cars thereover, and to
Miss Estella Wiese is sick with small has been unable to walk for several spectators—and for the firemen too—
Special Street Fund.
transport passengers, freight, mail, Balance June 1, 1908 . . . . ..$663 96
pox at the home of her patents at years, but his cheerful disposition is an the grand water melee.
baggage and express thereover, and to Paid 16 warrants................. . 39 30 caused by the removal of Mrs. Walter Thatcher. She came home from Van inspiration. He is alive with interest
The two teams in their rubber uni
Hoge to Portland.
erect, construct, maintain and operate
couver about a week ago, where she lor news and discusses the big ques forms drenched each
power, telegraph, and telephone lines
probably contracted the malady. She is tions freely. He was taken to Port clinched, wallowing in the mud and
Balance............................ $624 66
At the Chautauqua.
in the City of Forest Grove, County of
getting along nicely under the care of land where he will receive treatment. water like real water dogs. There was
Washington, State of Oregon.”
Large crowds and capital programs Dr. W. P. Via.
Balance June 1, 1908. . . . $332 94
D. A. Hollinger of Burlington, not much water in the tank and the
It was thereupon
moved and Rec’d Co. Treas. taxes. . . . . 89 31 characterized the Gladstone Park Chau
Charles Walker, who is conducting Iowa, is visiting with his brother L. L. force of the stream was not great, if it
seconded, which motion prevailed,
tauqua which has been in session since a dance pavillion at Newport, was Hollinger. This is Mr. Hollinger’s had been the scrap would have been
that the bill for the ordinance in ques
$422 25 the seventh and closes next Sunday.
taken quite seriously ill while playing first trip west and he thinks this a fine all the more interesting.
tion be read section by section and Paid 1 w arrant.................... . 30 00
Several hundred people are camping at the piano last Saturday night, and country. He is a railroad man and
discussed, which was accordingly done.
on the grounds and thousands from was removed to the hospital. It was spends his vacations hunting. He in Woman's Club Day at Chautauqua.
Thereupon, it was moved by coun
$392 25 Portland, Oregon City and other places an attack similar to the one which he company with his brother L. L. and
cilman H. J. Goff and seconded by
On Woman’s Day, July 14, the
have patronized the “ show” daily.
had last year caused by indigestion.
Maud Hollinger left for the mountains Forest Grove Women’s Club and the
councilman C. 0 . Roe that the bill for
Balance June 1, 1908. . . . .$552 23
The bunch of ball players from here this morning on a hunting and fishing Sorosis of The Dalles acted as hostess.
the ordinance be passed to the first
. . 89 31 Democracy in the House of Repre that played the Banks Outlaws at trip.
reading. A vote of ayes and noes be Rec’d Co. Treas. taxes. . . .
Those representing the club from here
sentatives, was the big feature of the
Greenville Sunday was ingloriously de
ing taken upon the motion, resulted as
“ Easy” Moore and Rudy Schultz of were Mrs. E. E. Williams, vice presi
Balance............................ .$641 54
follows: Ayes, Councilmen S. A. Walk
prominent personages present. Al feated by a score of 15 to 7. Ten the Colts aggregation of ball tossers dent; Mrs. C. O. Roe, Mrs. Walter
Finance Committee Report.
scores were made by Banks in the first have made a hit with the ladies at Hoge, Mrs.
er, C. L. Hinman, J. H. Wirtz, C. O.
W. H . Bear, Misses
E. W. Hames 1 & w .......... . $263 00 fred Montgomery, the noted farmer inning. The Banks first baseman was
Roe, Geo. Paterson and H. G. Goff.
Chautauqua, because of their capital Thatcher and Penfield.
John Stribich, supplies. . . .
knocked unconcious sliding to second. ball playing. Schultz has been play
Noes, not any. So the motion was
In the morning Prof. Joseph Schafer
Sappington, sal................... . . 50 00
duly declared passed by the Mayor and
ing second for Gresham and Moore of Eugene, gave a very interesting ad
the said ordinance placed upon its first Marshall Wells, supplies. . . . . 21
Wednesday Pacific University cele for over a year, is at Klamath Falls center field for Oregon City. In the dress upon Some Things I Found in
Munkers, labor 28 days. . . . 28 00
in the auditorium under the working for a transportation company game against Lebanon Friday Moore London,” which pertained to Oregon
Thereupon the bill for the ordinance A. Bemrohr, lumber......... . 125 75 | direction of W.
H. Hale. Rev. at a salary of $85 per month. He pounded the ball to the woods, th ^ history.
was read the first time as a whole and a
of the college, seems to like the country down there longest hit of the day. They both _ E- T. Mische, superintendent of
motion was made by councilman C. O. Lenneville, s a l ................... . 10 00
headquarters. fine, but the folks at home would like played with Lebanon at Camas, Wash., City Parks of Portland, presented a
Jack Latta, freight & ctg . . 12 90
Roe and seconded by councilman H.
paper on parks, urging cities to buy up
2 75 Some of those in attendance from here to see him once in a while as a visitor
J. Goff, that the bill for the ordinance
with a view of making public
— Dr. C. L. Large, assisted by Dr.
Wirtz, supplies................... . 10 00
►aforesaid be passed to its second read-
parks. There is a movement on foot
2 00 Rev. Folsom and family and Rev.
4th July, Frank Saunders. .
Next Sunday the Colts will cross
i ig and be read by title only.
to have Mr. Mische give an address in
4 00 Thomas.
Tucker, night watch...........
bats with the Banks team on the lat born to the wife of John Dames of Pat this city which will certainly be greet
ton Valley. Parties wishing the at
Parr G ran e..........................
Thereupon the bill for the ordinance
ed by hearty approval.
Banks Were Defeated.
T reasu rer............................ . 27 98
blood in their neck for the fray and a tendance of Dr. Large in this class of
passed its second reading and was read
Miss Anna Lewis Clark, who by the
Marshall Wells, supplies. . . 151 55
Last Sunday the Banks base ball warm contest is expected; also a rip cases, will greatly oblige him, if con way was of two fold interest to Chau
by title only.
team went down to defeat before the roaring big crowd. A special train
Thereupon a motion was made by
*? T because she is a decendent of
$725 06 North Yamhill aggregation by a score leaves Hillsboro at 1 o’clock and game or three months prior to the expected ! L
3^'incilman H. G. Goff, and seconded
event. Dr. Large has both phones.
i b° lh Lew', and Hark, urged the
7 40 of 3 to 4 on the former’s grounds. will be called at 1:30.
Sam Todd, labor...................
by councilman C. 0 . Roe that the bill
women s clubs to have for their key
C. L. Hinman, supplies. . . . 31 49 Both teams crossed the rubber twice in
for the ordinance pass to its third read
Easy Moore pitched a phenomenal
Two lads giving their rtames as Clif-; n0,e w°rl< the building up of their dif-
the first, Yamhill added a couple to
ing. A vote of ayes and noes being
$763 65 their list in the seventh, while the game for Lebanon against La Camas ford Gaw, aged 13, and Robert H il-!ferent communities aside from
taken it was carried.
Sunday allowing but one hit and win hard, aged 10, who stole a horse and | entertainment,
Library fu n d ........................ . 25 0 0 locals secured but one more trot-
Thereupon the bill for the ordinance
ning his game by a score of 2 to 0. rubber-tire buggy from A. L. Brown of
around in the ninth.
was read the third time as a whole.
Only three men reached first up to the Salem Sunday were nabbed by Geotge
Colts Were Defeated.
Thereupon the ordinance bill having
eighth inning. Rudy Schultz played Hancock’s deputy, Ward Downs, Mon
were gathered to
been read three several times, and be
day morning at Hillsboro, while the
In a half hearted matinee last Sun
Bunn against Scio next Sunday.
ing then placed upon its final passage, day on the local grounds the Colts Schlegel
lads were enroute to Portland. They gether last Thursday when Mrs.
Minerva Walker of near Banks and her
the question was submitted by his were defeated by the Portland Blues, Godard
Rev. C. L. Creecy,, who was recent drove all day Sunday and stayed all | descendents met to have their pictures
honor, the Mayor, “ Gentlemen, shall score 8 to 5. The absence of Moore Van Lum
Joy ly married to Miss Anna Weaver at Salt whose wife notified the sheriff of the ’ j 1 taken at Bryant’s studio. They were
the bill pass?” A vote being taken and Schultz, who are playing at Glad- James Shea
Lake will arrive at Dilley this evening
by ayes and noes upon the passage of stone, was responsible for the defeat,
back to ! Mrs. Melissa A. Armentrout, Mrs. An-
and be tendered are ception by tne youths. They were taken
w ills Bledsoe, Mrs. Jane Strohmier
the ordinance resulted as follows:
Five—and all—scores were made by
j and infant son, Charles Strohmier, all
Morgan Ladies Aid of the Methodist church of Marion county.
Ayes, counrilmen S. A. Walker, C. L. the Colts in the first inning and after Bullock
of this county.
McGtllan which he is pastor. Mr. Creecy, who
Hinman. J. H. Wirtz, C. O. Roe, Geo. that there was nothing doing for them Wilson
Word was received July 6th bv G. I Mrs. Walker was born in Jefferson
Campbell divides his time between Banks and
Paterson and H. J. Goff. Noes, not in score getting. The Blues scored Carstens
Dilley has won a warm place in the W. Markee of the death of H. A. j county, Missouri, March 22, 1828, and
Score by innings:
any. So the ordinance was thereby by two runs in the first and piled up six
hearts of both communities.
Bunker, at his
nuiiic in Chehalis the lived in Missouri 19 years. In 1847
Banks—0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1—3
his honor, the Mayor, duly declared more during the process of the other
and his sister, Mrs. with her father, Ammon Knighten, five
by the council.
E. V. Mow of Scoggin Valley met
Yamhill—0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0—4
Thereupon it was moved by councii-
with a serious accident while innning Hayes of Hillsboro, went to Chehalis brothers and one sister she crossed the
Left fielder Dranga suffered a frac-
Hits—0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1— 5
his shingle mill. While working at and attended the funeral services plains by ox team to Oregon. Since
man H. J. Goff and seconded by [ ture of the right leg just above the an-
Strike outs six by each pitcher.
the saw Monday one finger of the left which were held at the Presbyterian which time Mrs. Walker has lived con-
councilman C. O. Roe that the title of kle in the second inning while sliding
the bill should be the title of the or second base and Oliver Huston the i
hand was cut off and two badly lacer church Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and tinuously in Washington county on the
Mrs. Bunker lived in Washington ’»me donation land claim near Banks
dinance, which motion was unanimous ten second spinter of the University of
■ Banks Outlaw fans say that there ated and the arm broken. He is a county for a number of years on the which was taken up by her and her
Oregon substituted in his place.
will be something doing when their
Geiger farm south of Cornelius. Mrs. husband, Robert Walker, in ’49.
Thereupon it appearing that section
Bettis struck out ten men and Mor team crosses bats with Verboort on the place and about 30 years old.
Bunker is the oldest daughter of Mrs. Walker, who is [ past 80 years of
eight ( 8 ) of .said ordinance contained ris, the Portland man five.
former’s grounds July 19. The Out
Miss Alice Cronin entertained the Samuel Markee, who will celebrate his age, is still enjoying splendid health.
an emergency clause, providing that it
laws defeated the Colts 4 to 3 and Fleur de Lis last evening at the home 90th birthday Aug. 14. If all goes j She lives alone and does her own
was necessary fot the immediate pre
Sam Shew has sold the Shipley Verboort played a 12 inning game with of Miss Manche Langley. Those well he expects to have a family re- 1 housework.
servation of the peace, health and safety house at Banks to Bert Friday. Con- the Colts on the Fourth so a hard present were: Mesdames Macruro,
union at that time at the home of Mr. '
of the city of Forest Grove that the i sideration $500.
fought game is promised.
Goff, Caples, McEldowney, A. U. and Mrs. G. W. Markee of Uus city. 1 Water and light meters, S. E. Todd..
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY. JULY 16. 1908.