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HINGÌON COUNTY NEWS
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1908.
[ GOLDEN SPIKE!
TAFT CLUB MEETS.
AIIDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS.
Rolla Peterson is spending the week
Dr. Boggess of Pacific U. Marries Organization Perfected— Rev. Clapp
Makes Good Talk.
TO SPEAK HERE
Mrs. A. E. Mead and daughter of
Miss Ina Gould and Professor Ar-
The second meeting of the Taft- Buxton, were in Forest Grove today.
Country High School Plan.
thur C. Boggess, head of the depart- Sherman club was held in Masonic hall
U. S. Senator Chas. W. Ful
Miss Ethel Pierce attended the fun
Forest Grove Division of the Oregon
The News is just in receipt of the ment of history and economics at Tuesday evening when the organization
ton will address the citizens ol
September number of the University of Pacific University, were united in mar- was perfected. The committee on
Electric Completed to Hills
Forest Grove and vicinity, on
Oregon Bulletin, which treats of ria8e at the Methodist church of this
the issues of the campaign on
‘‘Country High School Organization ei(y last evening, Rev. H. Gould, fath-
President Barnes called on Rev. C. town Wednesday.
and Training of Teachers,” and is one er
the bride officiating.
Wednestay evening, October 7,
of the most valued bulletins recently j T *ie wedding occurred at 6:30 F. Clapp, who made one of the rous
Mrs. J. T. Hay, daughter of Mr. and in Masonic hall at 8 o’clocV.
I issued by the University for those in- o’clock and the church edifice was ing speeches of the evening. The Mrs. J. T. Fletcher, of Tacoma, is vis There will be a musical pre-
| terested in the betterment of our rural filled to the doors, college students at- speaker compared the two presidential iting here this week.
Everybody is invited,
schools. It contains an exhaustive ac- tending en masse. Decorations wete candidates in a manner that called for
V. S. Curtis of Vale, Eastern Oregon, especially the ladies.
! count of the methods adopted by other beautiful in autumn leaves, ivy and hearty applause. He spoke at length
has been visiting his daughter who is
Ceremonies Participated in by Prom- states for the training of teachers, and roses
on the advancement of Mr, Taft in
attending college here.
lent Officials and Citizen
discusses fully the so called Lane
The bride was charmingly gowned public life and read the controversy
little girl was on
Miss Eleanor Satchwell of Newberg,
| County plan for the establishment of in white silk and lace and was attended between Mr. Roosevelt and Mr. Taft
Work on this End Mov
i country high schools. To quote from by Miss Elleanor Satchwell of Newberg concerning his appointment to the has been a guest at the home of Rev.
Mrs. Wolf and three children are
j it: “ This plan will allow country dis- as maid of honor, and Misses Edna Supreme bench of the United States, Gould for several days.
visiting friends in Beaverton.
' tricts to organize high schools, as the Mills and Ava Carlyle as bridesmaids. the place to which he aspired.
Miss Wilhelmina Heidel of Hillsboro
Miss Hazel Hughes went to Port
The secretary reported that the ccm- was the guest of Miss Helen Chandler
[ tuition is to be paid by the whole Pichard Abraham acted as best man
The golden spike driving cere-
land for a week’s visit with friends and
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, I county. The country high school can an(* W. E. Gwynn and Charles Ward mittee on membership has secured Wednesday and Thursday,
monies on the rorest Grove division of I
i . u n i., have as good a teacher as the city high as
Bump of Hills over two hundred members to the j
the Oregon'Electric were held in Hills
Mrs. Chas. Roe and Mrs. J. S. Clark
boro presided at the organ. After the club. It was announced that on next !
Prof. Scott from McMinnville, the
boro yesterday afternoon at 2:10 upon
were in Portland the last of the week
wedding ceremony a four course din Wednesday evening the club would
Dilley Principal, paid Dilley a shoit
the arrival o f the first electric car to lny e c ,e rPr is in K ¿¡strict to start a high
attending the stock show and races.
visit one day last week.
school it does away with the necessity ner was served at the home of the hold another meeting at which time a j
The First National Bank shows an
School will commence next Monday
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., i of a vote. The trouble with the Union bride’s parents to the bridal party and good speaker would be present. It is j
A large crowd had assembled on the i
the intention to have a musical pro- ' ‘ncrease °f 115,000, as compared ith and the children all seem delighted to
. High School Law is that it requires a friends from Newberg.
main street to witness the coming and , R
Mr. and Mrs. Boggess were present gram as well as good speaking. U. statement published July 15th, 1908. be able to go into a new building and
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. majority vote of all the districts before
when the car was sighted the crowd
with a beautiful oak buffet by the S. Senator C. W. Fulton will speak in
Grant Bailey of David’s Hill favored they might well be. as the building is
1 the high school is started.” Under its
broke into wild applause. On board
office, Wednesday, with a basket as fine a looking building as one migl t
working, some four or five high schools
were prominent members of the Ore
the finest we have seen this find in the county. It contains 4 large
are being established in Lane county
gon Electric Co., and many prominent
rooms, a large hall with entrance from
in places where it was impossible to
citizens from Hillsboro and Forest
front and rear. It also has a
maintain them before. A small county
be used as a library, two wide
Col. Ben. P. Cornelius made the tax is levied and each high school stu the public schools of this place and
Rev. Gould Is Returned to The Grove S ie will have rooms with Mrs. C. V. b . stairways leading to the upper room:,
opening address and was followed by
prominent in church work. Prof Bog
makes it indeed a building that at y
Pulpit and Rev. Belknap to
James B. Ken, representing Manager share of the tax; the more high school gess came here two years ago from
district might be proud of. It was
Talbot, who was unable to be present.
Philadelphia where he did post gradu
The Oregon M. E. conference C,lem*n. ,2 * acres one mile north of built by A. W. Russell & Son, the
Speeches were made by Mayor Dennis, draws from the county. Under this ate work in the university and also
plans being drawn by Mr. Harry Naufts
c'osed at Salem on Monday evening t iwn. The Littlehales agency mads
W. G. Hare and other citizens of Hills
boro. The formal driving of the gold tablished in every group of districts in a graduate of the University of Illinois with one of the most successful meet-
Mrs. Broderson went to Portland last
Thomas Connolly has bought a place
ingsof its history. Rev. H. Gould,
en spike next took place. Supt. C. the state that is not over twelve miles and has done work in Wisconsin.
in extent, and that has fifteen or twenty
Saturday with their little invalid boy to
A. Coolidge of the construction com
I here was returned for another year at ! from Fotest Grove to their new home consult ?pz:iil:st'> in regard to having
pany, Engineer Millar, Mayor Dennis pupils can attend high school. The
an instrument made to enable the boy
legal form necessary to secure a vote is
least. Rev. Belknap, who filled the this week
and others drove the gilded spike that
For the first time m twenty-five years
There will be a regular meeting of to improve his walking but upon exam
! Forest Grove pulpit for several years
connected Hillsboro with Portland, af
last Sunday, were all the immediate
ination of the boy’s limb it was found
ter which Dr. F. Bailey pronounced ,ree by writing 10 the ReB‘strar of the members of the Van Antwerp family [ prior to Mr. Gould's coming, was re Holbrook lodge A. F. A A. M. Satur
turned to Hillsbo-o. The other as day. All visiting members are invited. that an operation was first necessary.
together. D. W. Van Antwerp re
It was decided to have this done at
signments in the Salem district, which Byorder of the W. M.
Work on the roadbed between here
Forest Grove Colts Defeated.
sides in South Park and on last Sunday
once, and on Monday afternoon Dr.
and Hillsboro is progressing as rapidly
Mrs. J. A Elder started for Califor
The base ball fans of this place were all ol their children met together with
B. F. Rowland, district superinten nia Wednesday morning where she Keene in the Medical building per
as possible, but much time is required
treated to a batting bee on the local other guests and the day was joyfully
formed the operation and the outcome
dent; Amity, E Gittens; Ballston, to will spend the winter.
in making the fill at Dairy creek, the
grounds last Sunday afternoon, when spent. The photographer was called
anxiously watched by both parents
be supplied; Barton, D. P. Bennett, will go in about a month.
crews are working night and day and it
the O. R. & N. crossed bats with the into service and a large picture of the j Jr.; Bay City and Nehalem, A. B.
and doctors as this little boy has been
is thought that it will be completed in
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Whitney have under the care of all the leading sur
Colts. The game started out in the group was taken. The children are. Crider; Beaverton, H. Sniess; Bridal
about three weeks. Ties and poles
to Hillsboso to attend the street j
usual professional class with Easy
Veil, J. W. Mays; Brooks, F G. Drake; fair and from there go to Portland for geons and professors in Chicago for
have been distributed along the road
years without success. While at present
Moore in the bex for the locals and
Cinby, W. J. Weber; Clackamas and
and everything is in readiness to pro
he suffers a great deal.
It looks as
Getter at the home station, but as the Portland, Mrs. Carl Hinman and Wm. Oswego, W. B. Moore; Cornelius, M. two weeks to visit their sons.
ceed when the fill is made.
Miss Marie Spiesheart was taken though this doctor had accomplished
game wore on the Uns were not as en Van Antwerp of this place.
j C. Davis; Dayton, J. J. Patton; Dilley,
Speaking of the Electric line out
sick at the wholesale millinery house in something where all the others have
thusiastic as at first. Sullivan pitched
j ta be supplied; Estacada, H. W. Kuhl-
this way, the Telegram of last night
Portland Monday, and has not been ailed.
for the Portland lads ar.d he was re-
min; Forest Grove, H. Gould; Gresh
eeived by Guy Via of this place. The . The many friends of John W. Fuqua am, M. B. Parounagran; Hillsboro, L. able to come home yet. She is with
When the new equipment am ves,
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friends there and is improving.
, game on both sides was full of errors, | will be interested to learn that he hi s
and the finishing touches on the bal in fact the locals did not have the usual taken to himself a wife, the lucky or e F Belknap; Hope Chapel, A B. May;
moved to Mrs. Bei-
Mrs. E. L. McDonald entertained
lasting and surfacing of roadbed is good players and if they had had the being Mrs. E. T. Thomas of South H ibbard, C. R. Marquam; Lafayette,
the Working Society of the Congrega
completed, it is expected there will be game would have been quite different. Park, of this city, and who is well Joseph Knotts; Lents, W. E. Ingalls;
moved from h s
tional church. Wednesday afternoon at
four or five regular trains each way a The score was 5 to 4 in favor of the and favorably known. The marriage i Lincoln, A. B. Hotchkiss; Marquam, her home. There was a good attend country home to Forest Grove.
A. I. Hamlin; McMinnville, A. C.
day, affording a good service early in
took place at the home of the bride,
Farmers are busy digging their pc-
O. R & N.
Brackenbury; Mehama and Lyons, F. ance and new work was mapped out.
the morning for commuters who live
Rev. J. M. Barber officiating.
and taking care of their fruit.
The Domestic Sience department of
M. Jasper; Mill City, to be supplied;
along this line and who transact busi
Meeting of the School Board.
After a little frisking about. they
Adelaide McDonald gave an ic e
Mulino, to be supplied; Newberg, F. the Woman's Club will meet with Mrs.
ness in the city. Special care will be
The School Board held a meeting a t , will settle down to solid housekeeping
Dr. Hines Tuesday Ori. 6th. at three cream party in honor of her birthday.
taken to give a similarly convenient the Clerk’s office for the purpose of in the old Fuqua home, where
"1Cy Robert Sutcliffe; Oregon City and Oak o’clock. All members wishing to join j Henry Rhoads hulled his clover seed
service in the eveuing, and also for electing an assistant for the principal will be at home to their many friends.
j Ust week, and had nearly 12t0
Grove, R. C. Blackwell and P. J. this department should be present.
people from Forest Grove, Hillsboro for the 9th and 10th grades. Mrs. E.
and intermediate points who desire to M. Gardner was chosen to fill the
Creesy; Pleasant Valley, J. H. Wood; W. M. Pollock of this place and locat- | Lester Roberts and wife of Portlai d
attend the theaters in Portland. A place. There are now 34 pupils en
Mrs, Mary Hesse died at the home
regular after-theater train will be oper rolled in those grades and several more of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Srlem, (First church), W. H. Selleck; ed down near Cornelius, was destroyed visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Salem (Leslie), D. L. Fields; Sandy, by fire last Thursday together with the L. Roberts, last week,
Rodolf, on the old Buckingham place
to enter yet.
L S. Chapman; Sheridan, H. R. Salis- contents.
Robt. Porter had been
The following are the stations on
Mr. Wray Humphrey of Forest
The Board voted to buy more new three miles south of this place, on
for drying purposes
the Forest Grove division: Garden seats to be placed in the various rooms J Tuesday, September 29th, from can-
commenced teaching the
Tillamook, J. F. Dunlap; Troutdale, and his loss is estimated to be f S00.
Home junction, Firlock, Whitford, as needed.
school last week. The
cer. The remains were brought to
W C. Stewart; Turner, G. O. Oliver; j The Missouri Riyer Valley is one of scholars all seem to be well pleased
Beaverton; Cedarhurst, St. Marys, El-
A piano has been placed in the room the undertaking parlors of V. H. Lim-
rronica, (or Mortondale), Quatama, of the 9th and 10th grades. The first bet of this city and were shipped to Viola, W. B. Pepper; Willamina, E. . the most successful hog sections of the with their teacher.
Orenco, Milkapsi, Lyons Place (not payment will be made bv the school Portland last Wednesday morning N Laramour; Woodburn, James Moore. United States, and corn has dways
j been the basis of this industry, today Miss Penfield of the Book store who
determined as to stop), Moffat, Hills district and succeeding payments will where they were cremated.
Hon. M. A. Miller, brother of Chas.
one of the most popular stock fattening h** been cndraveriig to keep the
boro, Varley; Cornelius, Haynes, For be raised by giving entertainments.
Miller of this city, will deliver an ad
foods in the Missouri River region is a
in ,r0Dt ol her pl,ce
dress in the C. O. F. hall at Verboort
,cr,p p*per and the like
While it is not officially announced,
Little Child Burned.
tomorrow evening at 7:30. After the
tainment for raising funds and Mrs. E.
pulp, which it produced in Colorado. •*** * i rle,rance »Kaintt the hoodlums
it is understood that a straight 3-cent
Grace, the eleven year old daughter
speaking there will be organized a Bry , Advice, recently received from t h l t , who regularly remove the barrel, from
fare will prevail, with special reduction of Mr and Mrs. Emil Crop of Gales E. Williams has consented to take the an Kern club. A cordial invitation is
direction of a production for that pur
state show that numerous new mills the street, thinking they »re having
on commutation books and tickets.
Creek, was badly scalded last Friday
extended to everybody to be present.
For the credit of
pose. Owing to the pleasing success
are being erected, and certainly the fun in so doing.
by overturning a pail of scalding water.
There Is a movement on foot in Pacific Northwest should give this in tidiness of the street there belongl to
of the entertainment given last year
The hay baling crew was at work there
Miss Penfield and she should be assist
Diamond Assembly of United Arti and weie preparing for supper, when under the direction of Mrs. Williams, the Thatcher district which if carried dustry every possible encouragement,
in the good work, if necessary.
sans gave a banquet to the members the child with some other playmates she has thought of producing some out will mean that several hundred ac and this is particularly true since the
Third Year Class of the
of the lodge and a large number of in started out of the kitchen and in so do thing in a similar line, in the way of a res of good land will be brought into great international concerns like Swift
vited guests on Tuesday evening at ing stepped into the hot water which white minstrel show, with new songs. cultivation. E. J. Boos of this place & Company and others have decided Academy had i’s first class meeting
the I. O. O. F. hall. Besides the re overturned on her as she fell. She new costumes and perhaps some new is promoting the project which means to locate upon the Pacific Coast, and Sept. 24. for the purpose of electing
gular good program of music in which was badly burned about the limbs and faces. Mrs. Williams wishes to ex- that if the property owners of that dis they are now spending millions of dol officers. I ne following were elected:
Miss Hazel Aldrich and Miss Kate body. Dr. Brown was called and ad tend an invitation to all who took part trtict join in. Dairy creek will be tho- lars in building their plant, at Port- Harold Benjamin, President; Either
in the former entertainment to meet at roughly cleaoed out, which will releave land. A good reliable fattening food Chalmers, Vice President; Ava Carlyle,
Shanno i sang some very pleasing solos. ministered to her wounds.
Miss Langley’s home on Tuesday Lousigout lake of snperfalus srater. equal to corn would make this section Secretary; Howard Taylor, T ttsr a n t
Dr. J. B. Olmsted, Supreme Medical
to discuss the matter and Already $400 has been subscrided for of the United States the very richest Mr. Markham, Sergeant-at-Arnts; Grace
—Money to loan on farm security
Director made an address after which
mas, Class Reporter.
portion of our great Republic.
for the new production.
a number joined the lodge.
CAR ARRIVES !