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BOARO OF TRADE HOLDS
MEETING OF IMPORTANCE
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY MARCH 3. 1910
EXHIBITION OF FANCY SHOOTING GIVEN
BY REPRESENTATIVE OF ARMS COMPANY
T e ll U s , M a n
JUDCE HOLLIS R R M N y ^ P R E S IC E N T
OF FOREST m n m OF TRADE
ANNUAL DISTRICT CONVEN
TION OF REBEKAHS HELD
Tell us, are you advertising
J u if^ W . H.
In the same old foolish way
Forest Grove nirnrods were
been NEW OFFICERS ELECTED IND BUSINESS OF I
1TTEE APPOINTED CCNFER W IT! OFFICIALS treated to a free exhibition in That your grand-dad did before
F UNITED RAILWAY REGARLIN6 PROPOS fancy shooting at the expense of
GENERAL NATURE DISPOSED OF SESSION
And persist, “ It doesn’t pay?” of this oity, since its organiza-
RNOST SUCCESSFUL AND ENJOYABLE
ED ROUTE TRROUGH THIS SECTION
at the Stoke’ s field Saturday Think the whole world knows tion"f»M^ years ago, tendered his
resinatimi as Presid^pifr^t a re
At a rece t meeting of the ; afternoon when Mr. Hillis broke
The fourth annual District
rute tir..; o f the boafd. He Convention of the Rebekahs of
'Board o f Tra e of Forest Grove, marbles and punctured metal
“ Cause it hasn’t changed in
served X vo years as S' metary Washington county comprising
lied to accept the ; disks with rifle and pistol and
Judge Hollis, and made some good triple shots Wouldn’t the pathos of such logic and two ybars as President and the lodges of Gaston, Hillsboro,
the ityard ha/ accom- Banks, Scholls, and Forest Grove
to attend to o er matters of great with repeating shot guns. A
Drive a billy-goat to tears?
its inception is at met in this city on last Saturday.-
interest to t le city and this sec- ! new method of “ rushing the
tion o f the clrnty, a ccrririttee can” was introduced, and the
Although the day was most
' s o f four comj iced c f Pres. W. N. boy who didn’t catch the peeled
Hidden, lonesome and unread, . lollis wfHMsucceeded by Pres. disagreeabl - a large delegation
Ferrin, A. ( . Hoffman, E. W. orange is still speculating on Like the sign upon a tombstone ,7. N Ferrin of Pacific Uni ver- from the di.L'crent lodges wrere
Telling folks that you are dead. ¿uty.
Haines, and M. Petersen was what that dollar would buy.
appointed t< confer with the
Mrs. Carrie Hubbard, the state
Wake up, man, and take a tonic,
Miss Manche Langley, o f For
PIONEER OF 1850 PASSES AWAY
officials of le United Railway
Bunch your hits and make a est Grove, Ore., who is touring president of the Rebekah Assem
Joseph Brisbine, who died last
Co. with s view to inducing
bly, braved tha s^o-m and lent an
them to buil the proposed line Saturday at his home at 333 Third Run a page, and change your Southern California, was a very added interest to the gathering
welcome guest at the home of by her gracious ’presence.
along the roi ;e surveyed through street, Portland, was a pioneer
A. W. Johnson, at the “ Sun
of Oregon. Born in Pennsylvania
Mrs. John Templeton, o f this
ADVERTISE and keep alive! beam” bungalow, Muir street,
The comm ee went to Port- in October, 1829, he crossed the
city, was the presidingoificer as
¡Ocean Bt ch, lor the week’s end. sisted by Mrs. Wilkes of Hills
land Saturda and discussed the plains to California in 1850, and
I She was rapturous over the boro.
matter fully' with Mr. Wicker- a year later traveled north to
beach, and says, “ It is the first
manager of the Yamhill county, Oregon, where
Matters of lodge interest were
in Southern C alifornia that discussed during the forenoon
company. Ir the interview it he made his home. In July of
II have seen that I wanted to live. I
was learned hat the officials 1853 he married Miss Elizabeth
CEREMONIES MARCH 12 WITH Gfi. ND OFFICERS J _ P o i n t L o m a Outlook. Miss session.
Speeches were made by the
were favorabfe to building the
IN ATTENDANCE- DISTRICT CilNVEiiTION Langley says that her visit with president and several of the Past
line along th| proposed route, make their home in Yamhill
ALSO MEETS HERE ON SAME DATE
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson at Grand brothers who were pres-
and will do so Provided the citi county, until 1889, when they
pretty beach home was one j
zens and farmers along the line
The dedication of the new P y -jof the most enjoyabie of her1
At 12 o’clock a banquet was
manifest some k forest in the en
thian Castle Hall of Delphos mariy good times in tne South.
served to about one hundred and
terprise and will make reason survive—two sons a n d t w o
Lodge No. 39 will take place Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were
, loyal , Kebekahs
ljebekahs and much
able concession! as to right cf daughters. The funeral vv a : s urday, March 12. This_ lodge identg of Forest 180.1
hftv ,oval Kthekah9
v on iqoi --------
Gro\e for se\- j prajse is due the committee who
held Tuesday morning from Fin
They will expect the city to ley’s chapel, and interment made ^nd ^ d e S e s being guided by eral yearS’ haVUlg m° Ved tr° m served most royally. After din-
here to San Diego three years
donate the 10 acre site in the in the family plot at Cornelius, representative business min of ag0 ieavjng many warm friends ner the convention gave way
to the degree staff from Hills-
Weston place, a»d are of the Ore.
th ecity in a cS re.fu la n J cjp erv - who 9till hold very kind remem- boro who exemplified the floor
opinion that the enhancement in
ative manner, it has <*y#ed a berances of them. Miss Lang-
. of this degree in a manner
TO DIVE FOR TREASURE
the value of the fracts through
Sunk in 320 fathoms of water steady and healthy growth from iey reports that Arthur says “ We
* beautiful to the eye. *
which the proposecRline will run,
near Juneau, Alaska, with $2,- its inception and nWMte^ moie
¿ aijf0rnia but, “ Oh, you
tbe tjme drew near for
will offset the value^of the right
than one hundred Joy! »»K n igh ts Oregon!”
closing, officers for next year
of way donated by 'he land own
strong box, the farmer famous enrolled
were elected as follows: Chair
ers. Hence, the attitude of the
Alaskan ship Islander is to be
Realizing hefneccssity^of a
P r o m in e n t M a s o n D ie s
man, Mrs. Wilkes, Hillsboro:
officials would indicate that, by
raised, if possible, for the treas- commodious '.oile
Vice Chairman, Mrs. Soehren,
reason of the increased values,
ure she carries. A party is being requiremei
McLean, who died at hiftv homo, Bu Isr Secretary, Mrs. Taylor,
and the benefits accruing to the
organized in Seattle by an expert enterprising m^nbers leyently
Halsey street, Portland, Fri Forest Grove.
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farmers and residents of the city
c o n s t r u c t a modern thre^-story
Acting upon the invitation ex
and vicinity in general, they will diver, and as soon as the outfit brick buildingNme of-the largest day last, was conducted from
Scottish Rite Cathedral, Morrison tended by Pochahontas lodge of
not entertain a proposition in is completed the start will be of its kind on thewest aide.
Lownsdale streets, that city, Banks, the convention decided
volving an expenditure of money made.
The firsf 'A ijr is occupied by
The vessel will be raised by a
o’clock Monday. Final to meet at that place next year
for rights of way through sur
strong metal seine and brought John AndersoivHhe n^n^ant services were held at the Port- and then adjourned
tailor and eiqthw. "'t'h c second
Py mutual agreement as many
Some time since an amount near enough to the surface so floor is devotechio offiywCiSwlge land Crematorium on the Sell-
sufficient to purchase the ten that chains can be slipped under rooms, smoking room, reception wood carline. Rev. J. D. Corby ag possible gathered at the Hall
¡n the evening and a lively sess-
acre tract in Weston place for her. The location of the wreck hall and lockers. ,On the third officiated.
Dr. McLean was born in Nan- ¡on was held consisting of games,
donation purposes, was subscrib is known and the treasure hunt floor are the'cWtf compartments,
ed by the citizens of Forest Grove ers have every hope of success. consisting of reading, billiard, ticoke, Ontario, Canada, in 1853. music, and so forth to say noth-
He joined the rush to California mg of the delicious supper served,
and vicinity, as evidence of a de
Hon. J. R. Stewart, a member card and dining rooms and kitch in 1876, and returned to Port- At a late hour the company dis-
sire on the part of the people to
of the city council o f Dickinson, en.
have another electric line in this
dication cermonies land in 1883, having (fitted him- banded, every one unanimously
N. Dak., was a visitor in this
section of the county. As the
rand Chancellor self to follow the profession of a voting that Forest Grove had
city last week. He came up will be prest
subscription fer this site expired
r Grand officers veterinarian. In 1884 Dr. Me- held the Banner Convention.
from Portland to review old Mer.t
Jan. 1st, it will be necessary to
e adresses of an Lean was appointed State Veter-!
times with Capt. Geo. Auld, who who wil
inarian and continued in that po-
dr . BROWN GOES TO NEW YORK
has been his friend and neighbor appropriate rill
[)r Edgar H. Brown, who has
The report of the committee
The L Strict Contention com sition to 14 years fetiring in
for twenty eight years past.
1908 because of ill health.
practiced medicine in Forest
sent to Portland, is to the effect
Mr. Stewart was favorably im
The deceased was initiated by j Grov^ for 3ome time past, will
that it rests entirely with the
pressed with the country, and Washi u ton and Yamhill count
Harmony Lodge, No. 12, A. I. shortly depart for the metropolis
owners of the land through
expressed himself in a most op ies will also meet here at that
which the survey runs as to
and A. M., and developed 8uch ,,f the east, in order to further
timistic manner in referring to
an interest in the teachings of PXtend his knowledge o f medicine
whether the proposed line will
its possibilities for rapid and per North Yamhill, Gaston, Glencoe, Masonry that he received many and surgery by taking a special
be built, and unless the officials
Cornelius and Forest Grove will
„ „ Iiruo in
o f the company consider the in
all bo pia-sent in a body, and the honors at the hands of the vari- course
ducements sufficient to enable
graduate medical school and hos
many easiness houses of the city
them profitably to build along occurred in Portland on the 26th will be handsomely decorated for At the time of his death Dr. Mc pital.
Lean had received the g2d de
the survey, they will follow that of Feb., was interred at Cornel the occasion.
Dr. Brown has formed a part
gree in the Scottish rite and was nership with Dr. W. Quentin
through Cedar Canyon near ius last Tuesday. His son was
a member of A1 Kader Temple Tucker, who has purchased prop
formerly a druggist of Forest
DEATH OF FRANCIS MARION WHITT
erty in this city with the view
At his home two miles north- of the Mystic Shrine.
Dr. B. Nixon and mother wrere
Dr. McLean is survived by his Qf establishing a permanent res-
C L. Hinman and Harry Nauff west of Gales Creek, occurred
widow, four brothers, a sister, ¡dpnce
in Portland yesterday.
are members o f the Federal the death last Saturday of Francis
his mother, Mary F. McLean,
Mr. Tucker is a native of Illi
W. E. Prickett has purchased Grand jury now sitting in Port- Marion Whitt, an aged and high
aged 78 and residing at Third nois, but has been a resident of
the interest of F. W. Emerson
and Market streets, Portland.
in the confectionery and cigar
Beach and Auld have moved |ived in 0re*on forty years’ com’ Ellis Mcl>ean is the only other Oregon for two years. He has
to this state in 1870 from
been practicing for some time
store located on Pacific Ave., and into the building formerly occu-
member of the family living in past at Staton, and is^vell and
conducted in the firm name of pied by First National Bank.
: born 79 years ago. Funeral ser Portland.
favorably known* tu many of the
Emerson and Prickett.
John Wunderlick of Banks, vices were conducted at the res-
|Ynedge^l fraternity throughout
Prickett is now sole owner o f the
Victor H. Limber had a busi-
stock and good will of the firm, enroute to Portland, was here a jdence 0f (|«.ceased, and the body
and will continue to keep the
S u b s c r ib e tor Hi* P re s s
Everybody reads the P ress .
on last Saturday.
same high class line of goods.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS WILL
DEDICATE FINE NEW DOME