Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, July 14, 1910, Image 8

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    Jack Roy, o f Hillsboro,
Local News Items slashing
on his farm.
is now
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.
purely educational.
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.
few days.
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
permanent injury.
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 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
At 8
O ’clock
for the Benefit of Gymnasium Fund
Twelve Spendici Acts
Military Band
]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
Buys A Heap
Sells Cheap
Keeps Forever At It
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