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NOTES FROM BUXTON
Mr. Gwynn has attended Pac
University for the past four
or five years, and has always By the Special Correspond
From the Field Reporter of
been conspicuous in the literary
ent of the Press
and debating societies. He has
Mrs. Dr. Via is visiting in For
taken part in a number o f con
W. M. Harris arrived home
tests, and is an orator o f more est Grove.
Saturday from the East.
than average ability.
Joseph Pengrate is very sick
John Wilson was a business
at this time.
visitor to Portland last week.
Mollie Crawford was a Hills
The Sunday school is preparing
boro visitor Monday.
a program for Easter Sunday.
Gathered by the Special Rep
Mrs. Sadie Verity spent Sun
Mr. Monner was on the sick
resentative of the Press
day with Lewis Carsten at Banks.
list the fore part o f the week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bullock
Farmers are rushing things
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Senger are
were county seat guests on Mon
nicely located on the Jackson
Mr. Bryant and Son Archie are
Mr. Stevenson o f the Hillsboro
Chas. Day and w ife enter doing some repair work on their
Light and Water Co. was in Bux
tained friends from Wisconsin,
Mr. Crawford, our barber
Thos. B. Perkins was a P. R.
Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy o f Dav- made a business trip to the Rose
& N. passenger from Hillsboro
ids’ s Hill spent Sunday at the
The social held by the United
Wm. Baker came down from
Miss Ella Pechin has taken a Artisans Friday night, was a de
front Sunday and went on to
school to teach near Cottage
Miss Ida Mack visited at For
Grace Petersen returned from
Grove from Friday evening
A. B. Thomas is having a large
last week after spend
number o f apple trees set out
days there with rel
on the land recently purchased
The flour mill resumed work
from the Watts estate.
this week after being shut down
Mrs. Thomas McFarland who
Officers elected by the Liter for the past few days for repairs.
has been in a Portland Hospital
ary Society Friday night were:
Health is very good in this lo
iJ. Howland, Pres.; G. Trageser, cality. With the exception of the past three weeks came heme
Vice-Pres.; Emma Busch, Sec. one or two cases, there is no on Saturday.
Next meeting Saturday evening complaint.
Walter Inch, Division Engineer
! March 19.
in charge o f construction on the
Messrs. White and Larson are
P. R. & N., was a Portland visi
working on their new mill, which
tor over Sunday.
they hope to be able to have in
At the debate Friday night the
running order shortly.
Furnished by the Local Re
18th, will be discussed the ques
Several from Gaston attended
porter of the Press
tion: Resolved, that women
the dedication services o f the K.
should have the right to vote.
of P. Hall at Forest Grove Satur
Mrs. Grondyke was a visitor to
Miss WillabeUe Moore of Hills
day night. They report a sump
came up to Buxton Saturday
Sheriff Hancock was in Dilley
and went on over to Timber
Some improvements are taking
on the 14th on business.
where she will take charge of
place in Gaston, Chas. Wescot
Mrs. C. W. Fitch was a Port having put in some new side the school.
land visitor last Saturday.
A baseball club was organized
walks and fencing along his
Monday with Tanis Holt as
Carl Peterson went to North
From the present out
Yamhill last Saturday on busi-
will be represented
by a first class team which ex
Young Mr. Strout o f Portland
pects to cop the penant in the
was visiting his parents on the
league composed of teams from
14th Inst., returning on the 15th.
Banks, Roy and Verbort.
Miss Nina Baird o f North
Furnished by the Local Re
Yamhill was visiting Saturday
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
porter of the Press
and Sunday with Miss Merle
Sealed proposals will be re
Maury in Dilley.
Thad Stevenson was in town ceived by the County Court c f
Mr. Earl Van Meter and wife Monday.
o f Portland were visiting their
until 2 o ’clock p. m. o f the 19
Mrs. John McCann is on the
parents in Dilley for a couple of
day of March, 1910, for the
sick list this week.
days and returned home Sunday
crushing and hauling o f rock in
Jack Parkins, Sr., is being en road district No. 29 Thatcher
evening on the 4:30 train.
by Jack, Jr. this week. road district No. 6 Hillstoro,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cogain
have been visiting for a couple
The boys from Hansen’s Sur road district No. 10 Beaverton,
o f weeks at the home o f Mr. De vey Camp raided the town last road district No. 11 Cedar Mi Is,'
road district No. 15 Dilley, road
Shazers, and left for Wapato Sunday.
district No. 4 Gaston, and road
Sunday where Mr. Cogain is en
C. G. Andrews and wife, o f district No. 26 Barnes road.
gaged in the saw milling busi
Portland, are Gales Creek visit
Also for the crushing o f rock
ors this weeh.
at the quarry 8 miles south east
There was a School Exhibition
Mrs. C. M. Miller has returned of Beaverton to supply the road
given in the Artisan Hall in Dil
home after a few weeks stay in districts along the S. P. R. R.
ley, last Friday night The Lit
and for the hauling of same.
tle Cupid Capers formed the
Also for the clearing and grad
Gales Creek is booming. The
principal part o f the program
ing o f roads in road district No.
and was enjoyed greatly by all.
1 Tualatin, road district No. 3
Proceeds o f the evening were cars are coming.
Laurel, road district No. 24 Gas
Misses Anna Laura Goodman
ton, road district No. 28 Dixie,
There was a temperance lec and Edna Vincent were t h e road district No. 31 Scholls, and
ture given in the M. E. church guests of Miss Katie Heisler on road district No. 34 Buxton.
in Dilley on the evening o f the Sunday.
Proposals must be presented
13th inst. by Dr. Pratt o f Port
George Henderson and Pete in a sealed envelope endorsed on
land, Oregon. He gave a fine Elliott have had a crew o f men the outside with the name o f the
talk. A large crowd was in at cleaning out the ditch and laying lidder and the work for which
tendance which gave rapt atten the water pipe during the past the proposal is made.
tion. The singing by the choir few days.
Each proposal must be accom
was first class. It aeemed that
by a certified check for
Last Saturday night Mrs. Will
all were well pleased with the
5 per cent of the amount
Williams entertained a number
which such check
o f friends at a dinner in honor
P. U. Orator in Third Place of the popular schoolmistress o f
The successful bidder will be
DisL 3, Miss Dora Johnson, o f
Edwin F. McKee, o f McMinn Forest Grove.
required to give a bond for an
ville College, using as his subject
amount to be determined on by
The right-of-way for the new the County court.
‘ T h e Anglo Saxon,” won first
place in the State Oratorical con- railroad has been secured from
The right is reserved to reject
| test held at Salem Friday n ight Glenco to Geiser Pass, and the any or all bids.
For further information en
Harold J. Rounds, o f the Univer work o f securing the right-of-
sity o f Oregon, was second, and way from Forest Grove to Geiser quire o f the County Judge.
By order of the court
W. E. Gwynn. o f Pacific Univer- Pass is being pushed as rapidly
J. W . G o o d i n
1 sity, third.
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