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About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1910)
County Court Proceed ROY HAPPENINGS Forest Grove To Be
Chronicled by the Field Re
come Mecca Of
ings May Term
porter o f.th e Press
Everything sold well at the
The Press Prints Everything
Newhouse sale Saturday.
Dorsey B. Smith, manager of
Petition o f Nick Kemmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Ryals were in
a tourist agency and travel bur
étais, for road repairs ordered Banks Tuesday, shopping.
eau o f Portland met with mem
that Supt, o f Dists. No. 8 and 25
Mathen Kirrg^ has been laid up bers o f the Board of Trade of
be notified and instructed to
with rheumatism for several days Forest Grove and presented a
make necessary repairs.
Chas. Rieling and wife spent proposition
Robt. T. Simpson, granted
at Glencoe at the Doerty will start from Portland at 8:30
liquor license, Buxton pjecinct.
a. m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays
David Wenger, Supt. o f Dist. home.
No. 19, allowed $100 to go with
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Skeene o f each week, coming to Forest
subscription o f $176 for improve were shopping in the Grove last Grove for 50 minutes, and then
going on to Salem, via Garden
ment o f Bowers Hill.
Home. Forest Grove and Salem
E. I. Kuratli, petition for ad
Mr. Giggear has rented the
be the only points visited
justment o f taxes allowed.
Spreing property and will move
obligation asked o f this
It is ordered that office o f stock
in very shortly.
City is that entertainment for
inspector o f Wash. Co. be dis
Miss Tina Lyons was a caller the party while here be provided.
This will take the form o f a
Road petition o f F. M. Herron, at the home o f Miss Marvel King
view o f the points o f greatest
et-als received, Ole Olson, C. F. Sunday afternoon.
Tigard, and Co. Surveyor ap
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dennis and interest which will provide the
pointed to view and locate on soti Clarence were over Sunday best advertisement to our local
visitors at the Ryal home.
This is a splendid opportunity
P. C. Schneider allowed $28
The Misses Christine and Helen
for our City to gain greater
for damages sustained on County
Chalmers o f Portland visited over
publicity and advertising than has
Sunday with the home folks.
been secured by much more ex
Bids for Reeves bridge, bid of
means. Salem will furn
C. E. Potts for bridge with span,
$1534.20, without span, $1154.05. Sunday with Mr. Crepes and ish luncheon and pays a bonus in
Orval Crepes returned addition to the entertainment
Reasoner & Reasoner, bridge wife.
them and will visit asked from the City.
with span $419.57, without span
$1261.77, for fill $402.77.
J. S. Lorsung bridge without
span and fill $1535, for span $200.
Wolf Bros. & Co. fill for $275.
The programs at the Lincoln
Atlas Bridge Co., bid for steel Gathered by the Special Rep
building will be in the day time
span o f 75 feet, $2000.
resentative of the Press
and at the central building will
A. L. Richardson bid for steel
be in the evening.
span 60 ft. $877 and $5.87 per ft.
The White and Larson mill is
Parents having questions to
to begin sawing Monday.
ask, complaints to make or sug
John P. Witlock for 60 ft. span
Porter and Hammerick are do gestions to offer will report direct
ing some repair work on the res to the superintendent for satis
Mead Bros., Fill $400.
idence of Mr. W escott
Bridge awarded to Reasoner &
Frank Miller, a Portland law
Reasoner for $1419.57
The exhibit will consist o f reg
Fill awarded to Wolf Bros, and student, visited friends and home ular work in the afternoon the
folks at Gaston last Sunday.
company at $275.
pupils will be dismissed and the
Bid for grading of road near
Rev. Ben Kori of Forest Grove patronB are earnestly requested
Beaverton, Mead Bros., $1998., occupied the pulpit o f the Con to be present to investigate the
gregational church here Sunday. work o f the year.
Ordered that $75.00 be allowed
All promotions this year will
Prof. Thomas o f Forest Grove,
for construction o f bridge and fill
who formerly taught in the Gas be signed by the superintendent
in District No. 3.
ton school, spent Sunday here and pupils falling short one or
Ordered that the report o f the
visiting old friends.
two studies may be continued, to
viewers on Jas. Jackson easement
them a chance to work up
There will be an icecream soc
be adopted and easement estab
lished on payment o f costs and ial at the Artisan Hall Friday
night for the benefit o f the Con
Capt. F. S. Barnes received
Henry F. Parsons easement gregational Aid Society workers.
today that the Portland
Four new members were taken
Club will arrive in this
Road petition John Gaarde, et in by the United Artisans last
aïs., received, Chris. Christensen Friday night. After the initia
R. S. Robinson and County Sur tion the ladies served a bountiful
day in shoot
veyor appointed to view and lo repast to the entire assembly.
ing over the local course.
cate on May 18.
NEWSY GASTON ITEMS
O U would not think o f
attending a social funct
ion clad in a bath robe, nor,
therefore, do you want to
send forth your business let
ters written upon wrapping
paper or poorly printed and
of the p r e s s
is fully equipped with type of new and late design
especially suitable for business and social stationery,
and is in charge of an acknowledged authority upon
h e c o m m e r c ia l d e p a r t m e n t
S C H O O L N O TE S
Viewers rejiort on Chas. Hines
J. D. Foote will leave next
petition adopted and road order
week for Pearisburg, Va., where
From the Field Reporter of he will continue the practice of
his profession as a member of
Petitions o f John Yost, J. G.
the law firm o f Williams and
Vincent and Peter Jossy for ad
justment o f taxes allowed.
Austin Buxton and wife are in
Sheriff allowed refund o f $94.
I Oregon City this week.
11 for adjustment of taxes.
The Sunday school will have a
Viewers report on road peti
Ì basket dinner this sabbath.
tions of Frank Herb, et al, Chas,
Mr. Henry Rice and wife spent '
Holt, et al, adopted and roads
Sunday with their niece, Mrs.
If you can write for publi
Report o f County Clerk for Eva Adams.
April approved. Fees $592.50
Harry Roger and wife were cation, get in touch with
Report o f County Recorder for guests o f Ernest Burke and fam- this office. W e have an
April approve«!. Fees $544.48
I ily on M«>nday.
offer which will positively
Mrs. Ruth Hyde o f Prineville prove interesting. . Drop a
Another Couple Happy
is the guest o f her parents Mr. postal or call in person.
and Mrs. Pechin.
Yesterday at 1:30 p. m. Rev.
E. V. Stivers united Harvey
A little daughter arrived at the
H o y M in ts .
Charcoal Is • great tonic for the
Hinman and Sarah home o f Mrs. Eva Adams on
Aletha Tupper in matrimony at Saturday o f last week.
Knr quick money nothing can beat
the home o f the bride’ s parents,
rastnrnse Is neceasary In aconom
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Tupper,
who reside about one mile west conduct church services Sunday lonl pork production.
Protection from the weather will
of Dilley. After the cerehiony afiemoon at three o ’clock.
make the feed go further.
A ration rich In protein la the only
luncheon was served and the
Wilt Harris and wife entertain
happy couple departed for Port- ed Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Seymour ration lit for the brood sow.
A sow a bon Id never be In market
i- * wJje e * they will spend a and Mr. and Mrs. White o f For able condition when she la brad.
short honeymoon and later make est Grove Sunday. ' \
The shorter the fattening period the
g-eater the profit from the pen.
their home in Dallas.
Mrs .& lien Dilley is conducting
the eiglrh grade examination.
i l 1« TMK ONK H I T
“ Did your wife die a natural death?"
The pupils are the Misses Laura
“Oh. yea. She was talking when the
H r C O N SISTE N T AO VENTI SUM
end cam».” —Cleveland Leader.
Knighten and Mary Hazxard.
WEEKLY NEWS OF WATTS
HE quality o f your stat
ionery is an im portan t
part o f your business not to
be lightly considered.
E W R IT E , DESIGN and E X E C U T E PRINTING
of a particular and attractive character—that will
not only please you personally, but excite favorable
criticism from your friends and business associates.
n e x t o r d e r for printed
matter, o f whatever nature, and we will deliver to
you an artistic and result producing arrangement on
paper of type and printer’s ink.
et us h a v e y o u r
The Press—Quality Printing
Mrs. J. R. Reeher Dies
Our public school will close on
Mrs. J. R. Reeher was born in
June 3, 1910.
Erie county Penn., April24 1842,
The following schedule o f ex died May 8 1910. She was mar
ercises is arranged and will be ried to Stephen D. Bester in
duly advertised lattei:
Branch county, Mich., March 4
May 21—High school
debate 1868; to them was born 6 child
ren, four o f whom still survive
program at her, Chas. E. o f Seaside, Frank
Central building. Ex D. o f Tillamook, John A. of
hibition day at Lincoln Florence and Mrs. Lola B. Stakes
o f this City. Mr. Bester died
May 29—Annual education ser April 1892 and 5 years later she
married in Tillamook to J. R.
May 31—Primary program at Reeher and since resided in this
Lincoln (for school only) city until her death.
June 1— Primary program at
Funeral services were held in
the Limber undertaking parlors
Lincoln (for visitors)'
Exhibit at central build Monday afternoon. Rev. G. W.
ing. Lecture-State Supt Pettit officiating. The remains-
t J. H. Ackerman at were sent to Tillamook for inter
June 2— Intermediate entertain
ment at central building
A SPRING OPTIMIST.
June 3— High school entertain
N o w . though the lltilc busy be*
H I» energies doth bend
The PRESS wants.
T o b a n g m e In a tender spot
W ith hi* sharp business end.
1 d o not need to shovel coal
A n d that burned beaters out.
A nd ashes—1 d on 't touch 'et
B y gum , 1 ougbt to shoot!
A Celebrated Goat.
On April •_■*. 177U. there died nf Mile
End a ••eleUratc! gout. She had beau
twice round the world, aoiueu hat o f a W h y . yes. that pesky By la back
T o d rop Into my cup.
feat In thorn* day a, once ou the dlacov-
ery alilp Dolphin, under Cnptuiu Wal A nd caterpil.ars by the stack
T o d rop wher
lin. and once on the Endeavor, under S t b» n* ■« *»• " h a t Of all this
Captalu Cook. She w a a admitted to W hen I tn o .e tUrht old rubbers m iss?
the privilege, o f an lu pensioner of Oh. but they made my sore corn s s lin g !
Greenwich hospital by warrant of the N o m ore o f that! H ooray. It's sp rin g !
lords o f the admiralty, but before she T ou bet I hear that akeeter trill
could avail herself of the honor she A nd bung rav bald spot with his drill.
Dr. Johnson wrote a couplet A nd farm ers now sell haym ow eggs
jrrom w hlch peep ch ick s with yellow legs.
which the distinguished animal for
c* “ * r ° u hear the bluebirds sin g*
some time wore round her neck.—Lon Oh. g olly bow they m ake things rin g '
And see those Mowers in the sun
S prin g lust suits m e. It does, by gu m !
P h y sic a lly Nat Mantally.
Dfc-k-You were bum to be a writer.
w e're Just now clean in g house.
J“ ‘ » "H y -cu m -er-ou s.
Charlie (bhi.hluglyi—Ah. you've aeeu M artar*. awful Ur**- black
some of the ihinga 1're turned off.
•woU*r this real well
Dick -No; | was thinking what a ” “ *n, * h ««r them sprin g onion s sm ell
splendid ear you have for carrying a
BBL kill aom« ch lck oos now to fry!*
pen -Sirav Htorlea.
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