Image provided by: Washington County Cooperative Library Service; Hillsboro, OR
About Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1910)
Jack Roy, o f Hillsboro,
Local News Items slashing
on his farm.
Mr. Oglesby was transacting
The work o f the Columbia Park
business in Orenco the middle of
Boy’ s Club is non-sectarian and the week.
M. King and wife were guests
Good clean oat hay, also oat and o f Mr. Loyns and family, of
wheat hay for sale. J.T.Haynie Thatcher, Sunday.
Phone, Ind. 10-x.
Mrs. Robb was releived of
Miss Alma Clark is visiting her some jewelry, cash and silver
cousins, Misses Helen Hughes and ware on the 4th o f July by an un
Fay Dresser, at Gearheart, for a known guest.
Mr. Vandewelden, Jr., was
stricken with paralysis of the
The Columbia Park Boy’s Club eyes last week and has been con
entertainment tonight is for the sulting a Portland oculist.
benefit o f the new gymnasium.
Everyone should attend.
Falls From Horse, Breaks Arm
Mrs. F. A. Clark is leaving for
a two weeks visit with her sons,
Soraphine, the 12 year old
Archie and Frank, on the line of
daughter of Frank Vandehey, liv
the United Railway Surveys.
ing about five miles south of this
President Ferrin gave the re city, was thrown from a horse
sponse to the address o f welcome Saturday near her home, and
delivered at the 17th annual sess suffered the fracture of her arm
ion o f the Willamette Valley near the elbow, and also the dis
Chautauqua Assembly at Glad location of the arm. Dr. Ward
was called and reduced the fract
stone Park last Friday.
ure and placed the arm in splints.
Word has reached this citv of
While the break is a bad one,
the death of Del Adams, a former the arm will probably not suffer
woll-known student of Pacific
University, and son o f Mrs. C.L.
Schefflin, of Centerville.
left Portland last February in
poor health, and has been living
since at Riverside, California,
where he died.
County Slicing Propo
sition Was Voted Down
An assembly meeting was held
in this City Saturday evening
for the purpose of electing dele-
ates to represent the North and
outh precints at the Republican
party assembly to be held at
Hillsboro Saturday. 22 delegates
were chosen. The proposition to
hold a county assembly to name
county candidates for the pri
mary election, met with approval.
The meeting held in Hillsboro!
Tuesday to discuss the proposit- ;
ion to cut a slice off the eastern j
portion o f Washington County \
and add it to Multnomah County,
was well attended, and on a vote
being taken to determine the !
sentiments o f those present in
regard to the proposition, it was
unanimously voted down.it being
decided that Washington County '
could not afford to lose any port
ion of its territory.
Dr. W. D.Wood was appointed
chairman o f an executive com
Attorney and Mrs. 0 . M. Hum mittee which will take up the
phrey spent Sunday at the Ryals matter with a view to prevent
ing the proposition going through
Charles Adkins, the mighty
Dr Will Pollock is spending
Weitzel Bros, were doing some
plumbing Saturday at the Forbes n imrod o f the Wilson section, his v acation fishing on the Mc-
Kenz ie River.
fruit ranch, west o f Dilley.
| v /as a Grove visitor Tuesday.
Sunset Magazine Tour
o f th e
Columbia Park Boys
of San Francisco
] Friday Evening, July 15
for the Benefit of Gymnasium Fund
Twelve Spendici Acts
]Every Boy A Musical Artist
Seven Years of Unprecedented Success
Come and Get a New Idea of Boys
A Clever and Entertaining Performance
Admission 50 cts
Children 25 cts
THE CUT RATE
Buys A Heap
Keeps Forever At It