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W ashington C ounty
RIGHT HAND SAWED
P T E SUCCESSFUL
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY. AUGUST 27. 1908.
Finch Meets With Bad Acci-
dent Monday Evening.
W. W. Finch who came here from
Felton, Wash , only six weeks ago
met with a bad accident Monday even
Mascnlc Hall Filled With People ing when he got his hand sawed off by
a gasoline woodsaw. He was
for Her.ry Clark and they had just fin
ished a job for D. D Loomis on Fifth
street when young Finch reached to
wards the whirling saw to remove a
splinter that was hanging to the frame
and the carriage moved drawing his
right hand into the saw, cutting off all
his angers just in front of the thumb.
Many Subjects on Catholicism Are He hurried to Di. Brown's residence
near by and with the assistance of Dr.
Discussed Which Non-Catho
Hines the wound was dressed. Young
lics Are Invited to Know.
Finch had been working at the Pacific
Coast Condenser but was layed off for a
8UILD NEW CHURCH
G R O V E ’S N EW INDUSTRY !
KILLED BY FALLING TREE.
Harold Davis Meets Death
Forest Grove is to have a new in work. The lot just across from the
News office belonging to A R Leabo,
dustry—a marble and granite works
Henry Gee and J. C. Jones of Mc
Minnville were here the latter part of
last week and made arrangements for
opening an establishment that will
give employment to four or five mtn
A gasoline engine has been received
here which will furnish the motive
power for driving the compressed air
chisels and drills necessary for the
has been leased and a building 24x42
will be erected at once. It is the in
tention of the new concern which has
a plant at McMinnville, to manufac
ture most of the monuments here as
the shipping facilities here will meet
with their needs. Mr. Jones will have
charge of the Forest Grove plant while
Mi. Gee will remain at McMinnville.
Harold Davis, who was working for a
Portland concern clearing some land
for a walnut orchard near Gaston, was
struck by a falling tree, and from the
injuries died at nine o’clock on the
Davis’ home was at Port Hope, Can
ada and had been in this country since
June. He sought employment through
a Portland agency and was sent to
Gaston to clear land. He was felling
a large tree and in some manner the
butt shot backwards from the stump
catching Davis underneath. Deputy
Coroner Harding of Gaston made an
investigation but found that his death
The remains were
brought to Limber’s undertaking estab
lishment in this city Sunday and pre
pared for burial. The body will be
shipped today to his relatives in the
east. He was a good young fellow of
24 years and his untimely death is
much regretted by his fellow workmen.
FOREST GROVE COLTS
WIN A FAST GAME
Meatcutlers ol Portland
Prof. A. Ben Kori has bought
The ten months’ old daughter Ger
through the Oregon Land & Trading trude, of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Watrous.
Co., Robert Edmunson’s property in died at the family home in this city
Colts Shut Out Until Last Half (f
South Park and will move in next last Friday and the interment was
Ninth but Rally and Take
week. Prof. Kori, like all of the other made the following day, Saturday.
tnchers at the University, believes it The cause ot death was cholera
a good investment to buy Forest Grove infantum.
Mrs. I. K. Weitzel entertained
College Maid, the guideless pacer, about twenty-five little folk Saturday
The Union Meat Cutters of Portland,
Statement of Jennings.
w . The Mission at Masonic hall given
has been engaged as one of the at afternoon in honor of Miss Irene Hay
one of the crack baseball clubs of the
vji the Catholics of Verboort opened
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Jennings of tractions at the Greater Oregon state den, who is making her home with
state, were defeated by the Forest
on Sunday morning at ten o’clock with Gaston, were in town Monday and fair (Sept. 14-19). She has a record Mrs Weitzel. The children enjoyed
Grove Colts here Sunday afternoon by
Mass and a sermon by the Rev. Ed made this office a call. In speaking of 2:09 for a mile, without driver. Mr. games and were treated to delicious
a score of 2 to 1. It was easy the
ward K. Cantwell, C. SS. R. of Portland of the accidental death of young Wood Etvin, the trainer of the mare, says refreshments.
best game that was ever played on the
and has been well attended, many which occcurred at their home a week she will lower this mark if given a
Mrs. J. E. Bailey entertained a few
G. W. Church, a former resident of local grounds. Both teams were about
non-Cathuiics having been present at ago, and about which the newspapers chance on Lone Oak tract.
lady friends at her home in South Park this city, has returned from a three equal and in the best trim for playing
made sensational statements, they re
Archie Bryant, the photographer, Tuesday afternoon. Those who en years’ residence in Los Angeles, Cal. the National game.
The subjects discussed so far are quested The News to publish their brought back from Vancouver, last
When simmered down to ;he real
joyed her hospitality were Miss Elda Mr. Church can be found at the resi
A J*The Immortal Life of Man.” On statement concerning the affair:
facts, it was a pitcher’s battle. There
week "proof of the.pudding” in the Walker, Miss Pollock, Mrs. McCrum dence of W. J. R. Beach.
* Monday evening, “ The Existence of
“ On his arrival at our place Wood way of a neat bronze medal he won on and Miss Penfeild. Dainty refresh
were fewer hits and less runs scored
Mrs. L. D. Sturdevant of Payette, than has been the custom on the local
God;” on Tuesday, "The Divinity of did attend one or two social affairs, but j his photographs at the Photographers’ I
ments were served.
Idaho, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C.
Jesus Christ; Wednesday, “ The Church was always ill afterwards, so he pre | Association, mention of which was
grounds, however, it should not be
State Game Warden R. O. Steven , LeZatte of B»xton. Mr. and Mrs. H.
and the Bible.”
ferred staying at home to going out, j made in The News last week. His
that the rest of the team had noth
Today the subject will be “ Why asserting that a fellow couldn’t do jus work exhibited made a total average o f; son was aopointed by Gov. Chamber- F. McGilllonay of Edmond, Oklahoma, ing to do. Robinson, the Forest Grove
Catholics go to Confession.” On Fri tice to his work and gad about. He 84 per cent.
twirler, is probably the best that ever
American Sportsmen, which will be
day night, "Christ in the Eucharist.” was very anxious to make up for lost
Raymond Venen spent Sunday with filled the box, and he out-pitched the
Attorney Cleeton of Portland, was held at Lawton, Oklahoma, October 12
On Saturday night there will be no time through sickness, and he was
the home folks. He has charge of Portland man from the professional
lecture but on Sunday morning after , right, as the last 18 months he enjoyed 1 ™ ilin* uhis fa,heL ir\ law’ “ r-
! and 13. It is understood that Mr. Laurel Hoyt’s jewelry business this standpoint. His curves were the won
the mass at 10:30 a. m., “ The Sacri ‘splendid health. As regards his hav- ha” ' n thls cUy Su" day’ M,r‘ uClee,<?n Stevenson will attend.
summer while Mr. Hoyt is East taking derment of the grandstand and puzzlers
fice of the Mass.” On Sunday night ing refused to sleep in the house the I " ll! be " U m b e re d as one of the pub-
Miss Kate Jackson and Mrs. H. post graduate course in optics.
of the opposing batters. Sixteen men
the close ol the mission “ The One night previous to his death, he had l,cu speakers !D th e June c a m Pal*n - 1 Hatfield have just returned from Port
Prof. Gardner, the new principal in died at home plate and only one man
u.-. of sleeping out of who
Fold,” will be the subject for discus , been , in
. , , at
, Hills- land where they have been spending
public school, has rented Mr. was given his base on balls; this was so
doors all Summer until a few nights
the past week with friends. They left
property on the corner of 2nd of the Portland pitcher with the excep
in the interests
of the Monday for the mountains near North
A question-box has been placed at a ago, when he returned to his room on paign
street and 3rd avenue sonth, and will tion that he struck out only fourteen
convenient place in the hall where account of a little too much wind. republicans.
Yamhill where they will join the Jack-
move to Forest Grove next week.
persons desiring to have information Sunday evening, taking his bed out
J. P. Heltzel of Banks, was in town sons’ who are camped there.
The cantata began under the very
on matters pertaining to religion in again, on account of ‘being too stuffy Monday and made arrangements to
Allen Dale, a friend of Lote Lang best of conditions, each club feeling
any way may deposit their questions indoors,’ to use his exact words. I hold a public auction on September
ley’s from Portland, and who was camp victory in its veins.
n l will be answered in the next can hardly describe the friendship that IS. He will sell off all his stock and tion will hold its regular monthly meet ing with them on the Nehalem, returned
Only a few errors are laid up to ei
ing at the Rest Room on Tuesday af
existed between us three: our trust other things and go to California where ternoon at 2:30. Everybody inter from a tramp to Tillamook and Seaside ther of the clubs for the game was in
Some of the questions asked and was mutual. His thoughts were all for he will reside with his daughter. Mr.
Tuesday. He covered about 280 miles. the professional class. In the third in
M ^ p re d so far are: “ Why do priests us; he never spoke ill of anyone. His Heltzel was seriously injured by a team ested, and especially the members,
ning the Meat Cutters scored and from
preach and say mass in the latin youngest brother is on his way to Gas of horses last spring and has never
Mrs. A. E. Dixon and mother Mrs. then on there was nothing doing for
S. N. Dixon, spent several days in either side. The Colts could not find
tongue?” “ What are indulgences ton to see his brother and make his fully recovered.
and do Catholics buy them?” “ Why home with us, not knowing the terrible
Mr. and Mrs. Singleton of Pittsburg Portland the first of the week. Mrs. Fitchner, the Portland twirler, uutil the
President William P. Stark and three Kan. were visiting with their friends A. E. Dixon was attending the Fall
don’t priests marry?” “ Why do loss awaiting him.”
of the Missouri State Board Mr. and Mrs. Hollinger the past week. onenings of themillinery stores of Port rooters came to the rescue in the last
Catholics make the sign of the Cross?”
H. D. JENNINGS.
half of the ninth when “ Easv” Moore
will spend two entire They are making an extended trip land.
“ Do Catholics worship pictures and
out a two bagger in the left
weeks in Oregon before they complete through the Northwest looking for a
The News has gotten out, as will be field, and scored before the three outs
their tour of the State. The name of good location lor a home
Some of the young ladies of the
It is reported from Thatcher that Stark is well known to every fruit Forest Grove is an ideal place for one. the regular thing, a time table of the were made.
Verboort parish assisted by non-Catho-
arrival and departure of the Southern
In the first half of the tenth the
grower in America, and the good'
lic friends of Forest Grove have very
Editor Beebe of the Springfield Pacific trains and anyone who desires Meat Cutters scored the usual goose
kindly rendered a musical program
News, and wife and babies were in I one can have same by calling at this egg while in the last half of the tenth
M p p and after the lecture. The meetings which are held at the church much to the state.
the Colts scored, ending the game.
town Saturday, on their way to visit office.
Rev. Father wishes hereby to extend Sunday evenings, and that they have
The new Traveling Liabrary has ar over Sunday with Mr. Beebe’s parents
A pass ball at the catcher’s stand let
his thanks to all who have so aided in
rived at the Reading Rooms and com- out near Greenville. Mrs. Beebe and Peru 111. are visiting with Wm. Cook. Rudie Schultz over to third and the
■Hlpoting the interest and success of
The officers of the meetings were in I prises a list of 58 books by some of children left Monday for Nebraska, They are looking for something good little fumble of the short stop let him
the best authers. The free liabrary where she will visit several months in a good country and we sincerely tally the final run.
The lecture this evening will be of town Monday and it is understood that
they will probably take steps to stop ant^ reading rooms are being appreciat- with her parents.
hope they will locate in or near the
| M k l interest to non-Catholics as it
U. M. Co. Position Forest Grove
the disturbances by the process of law. e<^ more every day. Many good words
, Meats of the Confessional, a much mis
Fitchner......... . . P ___
For the benefit of the people in that are sa'^ *or them by out of town peo- Tuesday evening for the purpose of
^ ^ ^ B to o d feature of Catholicity. A
The Oregon Electric company has McBride.........
broadening the scope for the cement
brief ¿synopsis of the lecture is as fol neighborhood The News has been re- P*e as we" as by ° ur citizens.
been experiencing some trouble at the Fortier........... . . I B . .. Van Blaricum
W. C. Kertson and family returned
lows: It^ origin and its use. The sin-
Dairy creek trestle and it was neces Via............... . . , 2 B . . .
evil is the practical problem of life. state laws that cover the conditions from Newport last week and have ■ now takes in practically a block each sary to have sixty foot pilings driven Moore............. . ,.3B . . .
“ What shall I do to be saved?” The and they are as follows: “ If any person moved to Portland where Mr. Kertson way (rom the center of town including as the ground was soft a considerable McDonald . . . S. S .. . ........ Mangold
Catholic solution of the problem. Is shall willfully disturb, interupt, or dis has opened up a grocery store. They 1 the Congregational block, excepting depth.
La Reaux . . . . . . L . F . . . . . W. Schultz
the p»y:r.ent of money required? quiet any assembly or congregation of have lived in Forest Grove for many on the west side.
Blak« ........... ..C. F .. ...........Moore
What provision is made for persever-
years and their many friends will be
Geo. Jackson, who had one of his
f ance? Is it possible to allow sin to whether in a house or the open air, by sorry to lose them from their midst, | legs injured a short time ago by a j
w be committed? When did confession
but the best wishes are extended.
kick while fooling, was obliged to have '
Score by innings:
of sinfto priests begin? Effect on
the leg examined in Portland by the
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
•character Is it a divine or human
X Ray when it was found that the
the other day.
within the place where such meeting is weighing 12 pounds born to Mrs. Cora
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large bone was broken just above the
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T he mission will close Sunday even held, or so near it as to disturb the Stemple of Seattle, in South Park today. ankle. He is at home now and the
One week from Saturday the Mystic M. C.
ing, and it is believed to be the best order and solemnity thereof, shall be Parties wishing the attendance of Dr. limb is mendnig slowly.
Shriners will hold a meeting at Eugene.
meeting of the kind ever held in the punished by imprisonment in the Large in this class of cases, will greatly
Forest Grove has lour Shriners, H. I.
Ball Game Tomorrow.
Will H. Thompson of Seattle and
city. It is understood that certain county jail not less than one month oblige him, if convenient, by engaging
Goff, Ed. Seymour, W. R. Harris and
honory member of the Maurice
There will certainly be something do
Catholics of thii city have endeavored nor more than six months, or by fine his services two or three months prior
Thompson Archery Club of this city C. O. Roe. who will partake of the ing at the ball park tomorrow afternoon
sometime to maintain a church in , not less than ten dollars nor more than to the expected event. Dr. Large has
festivities of this occasion.
made the highest score ever made in
if the glaring posters that are out speak
Mere, and that the results of this meet two hundred dollars.”
H W. Sparks, the charcoal artist, the truth. The married men are to
America at a national shoot in Chicago
ing have gone materially towards start
Another important real estate trans last week. He made the notable re has been entertaining the public at
play the Bachelor Colts on the loca
Oregon Electric News.
action was made last Thursday, when :
ing a church.
Every day the track layers on the the lots adjoining the Forest Grove cord with one of Capt. K. S. Barne’s Carlton, Yamhill and Buxton the past diamond at 3 p. m. The bills say:
week. He has been greeted by large
You will see "Cement” Baldwin,
Oregon Electric road are nearing For National bank, passed into the hands famous Oregon yew bows.
Locate in Forest Grove.
Baldwin, "Ice Cream”
est Grove and unless some unforseen of J. A. Abbott, Felix Verhooven and
W. H. Carlyle, who has been en
Emerson, "Kitchen Range” Goff, "P a
One after another the new industries obstruction turns the road will be A. J. Wirtz. It is understood that gaged as dean of the livestock judges prounounced highly pleasing.
f are B in g in g up in this city, the latest completed into this city by Oct. 31 as these gentlemen will erect a modern at the Greater Oregon state fair (Sept.
M. L. Noble received the sad intel Pool” Via, "Chin Scraper” Boos, "Ska
acqifction is James M. Enschede & stipulated. Ties have been laid on brick as soon as possible, which will 14-19), is one of the most experienced ligence Tuesday from Brooklyn, Wis., Jose Scale” Nichols, "Saw Filer” Rus-
judges in America, having served at that his brother J W. had died on the sell, “ Rag Time” Barrett, and other
Son,%t of Alabama, Landscape Gar- the grade between Cornelius and the contain rooms for three large stores.
dener* and orchard planters is their Tonge property and trestles over the
expositions 3rd inst. Mr. Noble had just made stoveups in the line up.
The News’ Liner column is proving Among these are the Omaha exposi arrangements to start for the east Tues
Mayor Laughlin will toss the first
3. special!'. and from their recom- on;on pa’ch and Dairy Creek are near
| ball over the plate to ’’Posey” LaRue.
mendMior.s they are in the first class. ing completion. On the Tongue to be one of the most popular depart tion, the International livestock show day when he received the word.
"Bill Taft” Doores will umpire.
** Tnev will reside at the corner of Third property over which considerable liti ments in the paper. It is weekly dem at Chicago, the Charlston exhibition,
Prof. Marsh has taken The News to
There will be an Automobile parade
f t avenuijand A street. Mr. En-chede gation was held before a settlement onstrating the fact that your wants are the Canadian National exposition at
task on the question of Thistles. The before the game, tncluding Grant
^ s'ated I d The News that he had been was made, now brings up another mat
Toronto and the St. Louis world’s fair.
all over the country and Forest Grove ter for settlement with the leasee, I Only last week Mr. Villiger of the Co Mr. Carlyle is dean of the Colorado state law has put a penalty on munici Hughes, Dr. Brown, John Thornburgh
palities and owners of other lands lor and others, with Judge Henry Wirtz in
nd vicin ty was the most ideal he had D. Chappelle, whose lease holds until lonial hotel, lost a pup and one inser state agricultural college.
permiting the growth of Canadian, the lead.
October 1st and wants $300 damages.
Robert Schultz and wife, old time Chinese and Russian thistles a mention
that in two places in the county they
Chappell’s crop was threshed and the
friends of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Corl, at of which was made in these columns
FOR SALE —Bull calf, registered
had the said dog.
straw thrown on the right of way when
Dundee, 111., were here Friday and last week. The Professor claims that Holstein. Dam gave 52 pounds of
The Woman's Missionary of the on Monday it was burned. He
Saturday to pay them a short visit there are no Canadian thistles growing milk a day, sire Don Carlos of River
Mrs. Veach and daughter Lillian, and They are making a tour of the Pacific in this vicinity, nor so far as he is able side, California—one of the best bulls
CoBptgatiorri church met with Mrs threatens to arrest all trespassers.
Mr. and Mrs Shaw of Portland, Wed coast. Mr. and Mrs. Corl accom to learn, anywhere in the state. He in the state. Dams tested 4 60 when
Fcrrin yesterday afternoon. Following
nesday. They are much interested in panied them to Portland Saturday ev does admit several species of thistles in full flow of milk. This is a fine
Horse Breaks Leg.
was th« program:
Talladega College. De
A horse belonging to a Mr. Peters archery and the Archery Club of this ening and on Sunday took the famous and that they are obnoxious and should calf. Price $45. E. Goff, Forett
votional Miss Haskell; History of Col who resides out north of Cornelius, city met with them for practice Wed- trip by steam boat up the Columbia be destroyed. He is one of the best Grove.
McGill; Aims of College. broke one of its front legs by stumbling
y,mon?ln* The above persons river. They were highly pleased with botanists in the state and says that
Mr». Iicce; Solo. Amy Thomas; Reci on Main street, this city, near W. R.
Mr. A. Decker, one of the best
this section of Oregon, pronouncing it what the legislature intended to do
tation, ' trace Haines; Commencement Hick’s place of business. By the Archery Club and have given it the the best they had seen on their entire was all right but that he doesn’t believe known of American magazine writers,
at Coll» je. Mrs Abraham; Letter, O. order of .Dr. Knox the animal was name of the Capt. F. S. Barnes Club trip westward. Mr. Schulu is a bank that the Canadian thistle has gotten is making a tour of Oregon in behalf of
the "World Today.”
. A. Hasiteh. Business.
this fat west.
The News 11.50 per year in advance. er is Dundee.