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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1908)
Lulu J Allen...................... 4
The little seven year --------- „ -----
of Mr and Mrs. Riley Boyd of this Reaular Monthly Meeting Tuesday-
W F Hartrampl
Many Bills Allowed.
John Templeton............... 1
city, died at St. Vincent’s hospital in i
Council met in regular monthly ses-
Portland Tuesday evening, at nine
With the Colts’ victory Sunday over
W J R B e a c h .................
o’clock, from the effects of an opera- sion Tuesday night with all members
this city, after which the groom sang
Banks Outlaws, by a score of 9 to
tion for peritonitis. The child was in- present except Henry Wirtz. Reports
Walter Bernard, Prominent Farmer "Oh Promise Me,” to the bride’s ac
bronchoes ended a very suc
jured by falling fiom a hammock of treasurer, recorder, and committee
companiment on the piano. Miss
season, winning fifteen games
of Verboort, Meets Bad
several days ago but not thought ser- read and placed on file,
Briedwell was heard in a piano solo,
but six. Since Robinson,
she having also played Mendelsohn’s
the new pitcher, has been added to
when she was removed to Portland, called attention to the nuisance of lit-
Mr. J H. McMillan, now part
Wedding March. At the request of
The funeral services were held at the tering up the streets, and the licence eighty-five years of age and tempor the staff the Colts have dropped b"t
the bride there were no formal con
home this morning by J. D. H. Ad- committee was instructed to draft an or- arily residing at Coshocton, Ohio, one game—that to the Sherwood White
gratulations, the entire service be.ng
kins of Gales Creek. Miss Amv dinance prohibiting spitting and throw- writes: "Having lived in Oregon sixty Sox. which team was defeated in the
marked with simplicity. About thirty
Thomas sang two beautiful solos. The ing of nut shells, banana peelings and years and believing it to be the best first game here by a score of 4 to 1.
guests were present, principally rela
So with the White Sox the Colts broke
remains were laid to rest in Forest; other trash upon the sidewalks.
country in the United States, I take even and neither can claim a victory,
tives of the bride in this county and of
View cemetery. The sympathy of the j The mayor reported that he had pleasure in sending people there who
, Was Taken to the Hospital where Leg the groom from Portland. The bridal
entire community is extended to the called on several of the parties delin- are looking for a home. Rheumatism as the rub off was never played—al
couple in company with Mr. and Mrs.
was Amputated. Died Tues
I quent in the special street assessments has a firm grip on me, and I am unable though very much desired by the
Thomas of Portland, will spend their
day and Interment at
and they had promised to settle the to labor, but I can talk of Oregon and Colts.
honeymoon camping on Wilson river
Great preparations had been made
spread Oregon literature and will be for a rip roaring big game with the It.
in Tillamook county.— McMinnville
Frederick W. King, aged 73 years,
a warrant of *31.13 was ordered
glad to receive some from all parts ot Johns Apostles here Monday, but the
a veteran of the Civil War, was found drawn in favor of Mrs. Pierce for inter
the state. I have been able to send untimely Jupiter Pluvius plotted
dead on the doorstep of his home on est on warrant.
Walter Bernard, a well known citi
You Can't Miss Here.
many people to Oregon, and they have against the lovers of the game and
the outskirts of Hillsboro Sunday.
It was moved and carried that the
zen of this county, died Tuesday
written that they were glad they made turned loose, first gently and then not
It is not often a Theatrical Com
morning at the St. Vincent’s hospital, pany, visiting this city, will as an evi King had evidently risen early and af- ; committee on Streets and Public prop the change.” Oregonians should re
so gently which scared the Apostles
Portland, from the effects of injuries dence of good faith, give a public ter preparing for breakfast had gone erty investigate Main street and report member that there are thousands more
out, and put all possibility of a game
received at his Verboort home Satur guarantee, as to the excellence of the outside and when returning fell on the. to the mayor with a view of putting it to come on the colonist rates ol Sep
to flight. The business men closed
in better condition.
d a y afternoon, while working with a attraction. But Thos. J. Culligan, the
tember and October.
their doors and a crackerjack of a
Coroner E. B. Brown and Dr. Robin
Manager of Culligan’s NASHVILLE
H. J. Goff, C. O. Roe and Ed. Sey crowd would have been present with a
son, of Beaverton, gave it as their
Together with other neighbors he STUDENTS, who play at Masonic Hall,
8 4 12 mour got bick from the hot sands of good day.
opinion that Kin ; had d'ed from heart
was hulling clover when something Saturday evening, September 12th,
10 00 the desert at Eugene Monday. Sey
Now for the Banks Outlaw game.
M L Kline, supplies.
went wrong and the feeder or convey gives the following guaranteed pledge.
1 81 mour says his Campbell run out of For the first few contos the illegal
King served under McClellan and
1 00 water before the spring was reached,
or was thrown out of gear so that the “ We hereby authorize any local mana
bunch went after the ball like a hun
was in the Sixth Wisconsin Light Ar
Goff Bros, supplies . .
5 81 but owing to his superior coaching the gry kid after a doughnut, and by their
adjustment could be made. Mr. Ber ger in every town that we play to
tillery, enlisting at Green Bay. He
L J Corl, sal and com
22 47 animal encouraged thereby, brought clouting of the leather and errors by
nard climbed upon the machine and guarantee it to be first-class in every
came to this county about ten years
11 50 him to a place of safety. Goff and the Colts they stacked up four runs be
when he stepped on the conveyor it particular. The word ’guarantee’ is
ago, his wife dying last year.
Forest Grove Tim es...............
4 00 Roe likewise were lost—only for a
w as somehow thrown into gear drawing much over-worked. Everybody can
fore the locals got a trip.
A G Long, hydrant............... 27 00 time, however—and they were rescued
both feet into the cylinder of the I use it. and almost everybody does.
It was a very even matinee and er
E A Dixon, labor .................
8 50 by the Eugenites who met them on rors which were legion owing to the
machine. The right foot and ankle It’s a pity to see it misused so often.
Guardianship of Nellie M Ritchey
Ed Wirtz, labor and material.
4 00 the horizon with refreshments. Well,
were ground almost to a pulp and the Guarantee is a good word when it
abundance of humidity were about
and Frank B Ritchey, minors. Order- ! Stribich, material...................
20 75 they had a time, as the Shriners always
left foot badly lacerated. He was re means something. We use it because
even. The ball got so wet that it
ed that Mrs. Helen Duyke be appoint- I C L Hinman. supplies ......... 18
moved from the machine to the house we have made it mean something.
impossible to freeze onto it and
ed guardian upon filing bond for *1000
and Drs. Hines, Via and Large of For Cut this out and take to the theatre,
were saved much saliva.
Estate of Andrew Johnson, deceased
J T Fletcher.
est Grove, and Dr. Linklater of Hills and if after the first act you are dis
were the battery for
John Caldwell, R. S. Robinson and
boro were called. It was decided by satisfied with the entertainment given,
Wm. Lyda, took a notion to run away. [lie Cults and Bullock and Barrett for
John Freddeen be appointed apprais
Gordon & Mizner, livery.. ,
the physicians to remove him to Port your money will be refunded. We
It was left at McGill’s blacksmith shop the Outlaws. None of the Portland
ers in Washington county and A. M.
land where better attention could be personally guarantee the excellence of
for a few moments and the first thing players were in the line up for the
Buttler, M. J. Clobessy and H. A. Buf
given and he was taken on the 4:37 to this attraction.”
Mr. Lyda knew the animal was speed Colts.
fington appointed in Multnomah coun
T h o s . J. C u l l ig a n .
St. Vincent’s hospital. The leg was
It is not probable that any more
ing up the street. In turning the cor
Less Walker bill.
amputated late Saturday night but the
will be played here this ye«r
Estate of James McNulty, deceased.
patient was unable to recover from the
the uncertainty of the weather
Last Saturday occurred the marriage Final account of Jas. B. Finegan filed
loss of blood and terrible shock to his
being away to the hop
of Arthur Burke to Miss Vivian Fogel. and approved.
lor the Nation
Walter Bernard was born in Holland both of this city, in the office of
Main street jumping the hitching rack al game has in no wise waned and the
Balance, July 1, 1 9 0 8 .... *2156 22
and came to the United States when County Judge Goodin, and by him.
Colts will have another banner team in
Albert F. Cherry and Hazel Wood, Received for lights............... 183 61 twice before he was caught.
he was nine years old. When 21
the field next year.
“ water............... 280 66
years of age he settled at Verboort this here and have many friends who wish
J H McNamer, met. .
county, where he met with marked them a happy married life.
County Judge Goodin is establishing
00 mother, Mrs. E. A. Williams, and to — not by any aggressive solictiation,
success at farming, and last year was a
“ R P Wirtz, peddling. .
2 50 gether they will go to Tampico, Mexi however, a genuine Gretna Green in
candidate to the legislature of this
co, where Mrs. Williams has a 500
A very pretty wedding occurred at Farm, son of F. J. Miller, was pleas
“ Haines Power Co, use
acre fruit farm of bananas, pineapples, his offices at Hillsboro. He may not
the home of Mrs. Ella Leipold, 109 antly surprised on his 12th birthday,
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The funeral was held today at Ver-
and oranges. Ray went with the in know it, but it is generally supposed
Humbolt Street, Portland, Tuesday at on last Thursday. Lloyd Storkweather,
Tioort with interment in the cemetery
tention of staying five years. Before that County Clerk Bailey is guiding the
two o’clock, when the daughter Miss
light hearted folks up the stairway,
of that place.
Mabel became the bride of Jesse
Paid 21 warrants (annexed) 1,087 10 going he got the “ John Henry” of where the Judge always greets them
He leaves a wife and the following
many of his old chums inscribed on
Moore, Rev. Weir officiating.
children: Mrs. J. N. Vanderzanden,
his new white hat which he took with with a confiding smile— not the kind
The bride was charmingly gowned him in games galore. Delicious ice
Banks; Josephine, Martin, Maggie,
him into Mexico. Ray's many friends that won’t come off, but one that al
in white satin and carried bride’s roses. cream, cake and candy were served
ways lasts a long time.
Minnie, Zellie, Christine and Francis
and each boy went home rejoicing that
Her maid. Miss Eva Bacon, wore pink
Balance July 1, 1908........... 624 66 wish him success.
at home; two sisters, Mrs. Van Kim.
The public sales of H. D. Jennings
organdie. She was given away by her
Oscar Curry, of Laurel, has been ar
Paid 7 warrants...................
Mrs. Gomas, and three brothers, Her
the 3rd and A. S. Dilley on the
j brother Carl Leopold. Billie Ayers
Big Bear Killed.
rested in Tillamook county upon a
bert, John and Theodore.
5th, were well attended. The Jen
| acted as best man and the bridal
H. W. Scott, reports to The News 1
bouquet was caught by Miss Manche
him with stealing a mare and colt. nings sale was held near Gaston and
tha. a large bear was killed last Sun-'
^Washington County Would Co-operate.
the Dilley sale was ont three miles
Langley of this city.
day on the Kilham ranch 10 miles Balance July 1, 1908........... 392 25 Curry spent the summer in Wheeler
Judge Goodin, in answering the in
west of this city. J. W. Hughes, the
Mr. and Mrs. Moore are well known
25 00 county and the charge is laid by the
vitation to attend the good roads meet in this city. He formerly attended the west of Gaston. It is said that this '
district attorney at Fascel. Curry genial auctioneer, cried both sales and
ing at Tillamook held on September academy here and lived at Greenville, bear has during the past summer killed
367 25 came to visit his mother a few dajs the proprietors are perfectly satisfied
4th, had the following to say concern while Mrs. Moore lived with her moth 50 head of goats for Mr. Kilham.
ago, but Hancock received the papers with the returns.
ing the good roads movement in this
er near Thatcher before moving to
Balance July 1, 1908........... 641 54 too late to intercept him. The sheriff,
W. J. R. Beach has received a com
Whereas, the Shadow of Dea.h has
Portland. They have gone to Idaho
from the G. A. R Post at
“ The subjent of good roads is the
for their wedding trip after which they fallen on the home of our sister, Mrs. Paid J C Latta......................... 12
country. Curry will be held until a McMinnville which state* that the
paramount issue with us in Washing will return to Portland, where they will Ray Watrons and taken from her her
Wheeler official reaches Tillamook directors of the Yamhill County Fair
“ J H Wirt* ..................... 10
ton county, and at no time before has
make their home.
have set aside Tuesday, Sept. 23—tl e
the popular demand for first class maca
Therefore, be it resolved that we,
“ Frank S a u n d e rs ,.« ....
Mis. Sanford, as the new librarian, second day of the fair—as Grand Army
dam roads been so great with us.
the sisters of J. B. Mathews Relief
“ S E Todd ......................
will take charge of the reading room Day, and invites all veterans and their
The good roads meetings throughout
Dr. S. M. Wendt, who has been Corps, extend our most tender sym
“ E W Haines................... 263
and library on next Tuesday the 15th. families to attend.
the state should demand of our legis practicing medicine and surgery in pathy to her and family in this affliction
F M P a r r .........
Miss Penfield, who has given much of
Walter Hoge of Portland, former
lature an appropriation to aid the Seattle, has decided to locate here and and also express our heartfelt sympathy I
W R Tucker. .
her time will be relieved of any further City Recorder of the Grove and editor
counties in this permanent road build has gone to the Sound city to get his in this hour of bereavement. May
C L Hinman . . .
duty, owing to the duties of her store. of the Times, was out from Portland
ing and to place the work under state | household effects. Dr. Wendt is a God bless and comfort their hearts.
The new hours for keeping open are Tuesday, where he is conducting a ve y
graduate of Hamlin, Minnesota, Uni
DAYSE M ark ee ,
J C Latta...........
from 9 to 11 a. m.; 1:30 to 5 p. m , successful job printing office. Mr ,
In regard to the road by way of Wil versity, and has been practicing for
E stella C ornelius ,
6:30 to 7:30. During the latter Hoge and daughter Jessie will come
son river from this county to Tilla- twelve years. He speaks German
anna peters .
Marshall Wells. .
patrons will have access not only out next week and Miss Jessie w 1
^mook, I can assure you that this flueutly. Last Winter and Spring he
reading room, but the books as register at the College and attend Pa
county will cooperate with you in any was at the Chicago Policlinic and Mayo
A Beihmrohr ............... 125
cific University this year.
improvements necessary ”
Brothers Hospital, Rochester, Minne
M Munkers............... 28
The ball game advertised between
Those having mads reservation of
sota, and has done much work in sur county reported during August: return
the Colts and the Tri City league team |
safe deposit boxes will do well to con e
gery. Dr. Wendt has opened up an on marriages, 7; typhoid fever cases,
E B Sappington ........... 50 00 from St. Johns, was called off Monday
At the beautiful country home of
in early and make their selections.
office over the Forest Grove National 1; small pox cases, 2; births, males,
G H Baber, int . . . 180 00 owing to the rain. It was the inten
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lancefield near
The Forest Grove National bank ex
Bank and will be readv to answer calls 14, females. 14; total, 28; deaths,
war & int 302 20 tion of Manager Sparks to make this
Amity at high noon on Tuesday, Sej-
another shipment to be placed n
in a few days. He will answer nigh: males, ( , females. 3; total 9.
J F McGill.................
75 the last game of the season. All the
tember 1, 1908, Miss Jessie Lancefield
calls from the Forest Grove Hotel un
business houses had promised to close
was given in marriage to Mr. Hiram
til a residence is secured.
Dr. Lowe, the optician, is now at
*1087 10 and had the game materialized, it
Edwin Wilson of Bellingham, Wash
Laughlin. In town till Satur
— Buy Tiplesa Electric
Levi Sparks is reported as seriously
ington. The Presbyterian ceremony
burners at V. S. Abraham’s.
»as used by Rev. A. M. Williams o f sick at his home on Third street.
BOTH LEGS CRUSHED
j H a in e s P o w e r