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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEFT. 29, 1910
Silver Wedding Celebrated Regulars and Antis To
Unite for Party Good
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson, of
for Justice o f - the Peace,
Carl Hoffman for constable.
All the Republicans who ran
on both the Assembly and the
direct primary tickets, both those
who were elected and those who
were defeated, as far as has
been heard from, have pledged
their loyal support to the party,
and will unite for the success o f
the party candidates at the com
ing election. Though there has
been a division in the opinion as
to whether candidates should be
nominated by the direct primary
method or by the assembly sys
tem, the party is united • on the
proposition that the will of the
party as expressed at the prim
ary election should be upheld.
| Utah, and Rev. R. C. Blackwell
and Methodist . Conference
will have charge o f the work at
Hillsboro Comes to Close the county seat. Rev. J.O.Cole-
man will be the pastor at Banks,
Springhill farm, who formerly
and Rev. W. C. Stewart, who has
made their home in this city, Mr.
had charge of the work there,
Johnson serving one term as may
W>11 ff° to the charge o f Jason Lee
or o f Forest Grove, celebrated their
Memorial. Rev. J. W. Price will
silver wedding anniversary Fri
day. The conference was attend- he pastor of the Dilley church;
day afternoon and evening at the tl<' has cleared away, the assem
ed by nearly all the Methodist Rev. C. B. Rees at Beaverton,
home of Mrs. Johnson’ s mother, bly wing of the Republican party
ministers in Oregon, and a num and the Cornelius pulpit will be
Mrs. J. T. Bowles, 547 Seventh is strangely subdued, and the
ber o f prominent workers in the occupied by Rev. J. T. Moore.
street, Portland. The rooms were “ Insurge. ts” are wearing that
Methodist denomination from Pastors well-known in Forest
attractively arranged with Aut quality of smile that won’ t come
points were present and Grove and their charges are: Rev.
umn leaves and yellow chrysant
h. F. Belnap. Medford; liev.J.J,
hemums,and the dining room was
Patton, Seaside; Rev. T.L. Jones,
in a soft red glow from shaded
and Rev. A. C. Brack-
candles. Red geraniums formed
the center piece on the table at
which Mrs. C. D. Bowles of Se
attle, and Mrs. Jacob Proebstt 1
fliake the delegates and visitors
served, Misses Anna and Belle Din.ick, direct primary candidate.
Johnson and Misses Harriet and
welcome. Members o f o t h e r
churches of Hillsboro joined with
Louise Wylie assisting. Many also ran. Hawley, assembly can
Work o f ¡nstalling the new en-
guests were present at the affair didate, wins over Mulkey, direct
Rev. Dennis Alonzo Watters, the Methodists in extending hos-
to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. primary, for the nomination for of Portland, who was some years pitality and entertainment, and gjne an(j boiler at the city light-
Johnson on having reached the congress from the first district. ago pastor of the local Methodist homes were thrown open to re- ing plant is in progress. The
silver year of married life togeth ! In the second district Lafferty, church, and who during his resi ceive the guests. The business new equipment wiU co8t about
insurgent, takes the plum from dence in Forest Grove always districts were decorated in honor eight thou8and dollarS( but this
took a leading part in the affairs ot the event All the services of will be reduced as the old mach
Other men nominated for var- of the town, has published in the session were crowded w ith,
inery is worth about one thous
| ious state offices, are: Judges book form twenty-nine poems of people anxious to hear of the
and dollars. It is said that it
i Supreme Court, four year term, which he is the author. As a boy good work being accomplished in ■
will require only two cords of
While returning from Dilley H. J. Bean and T. A. McBride;
Mr. Watters lived “ down on the the cause of righteousness, and wood per day to run the new
Sunday morning driving a valu (Judges Supreme Court, six-year
I farm, ’ ’ and his poems idealize and those who will go forth to labor plant, which is less than one-
able horse belonging to Ora Smith term, G. H. Burnett and F. A.
( point to the charm of country life. for another year will enter upon half the fuel that has been re
o f the Farmers' Feed Shed, Dick Moore; Secretary o f State, F. W.
I One o f the poems, “ My Angel their duties encouraged and sus quired. It is probable that a day
Crowther met an automobile Benson; State Treasurer, T. B.
Girl” is full o f pathos and has an tained by the inspiring words of circuit will be operated as soon
near a bridge this side o f the Kay; Attorney-General, A. M.
¡intimate, personal touch, as it de i the speakers.
as the new machinery is installed,
Web Hughes farm
The animal | Crawford ¡School Superintendent,
Two addresses which were of and power for running small
picts the death o f the poet’s only
became frightened at the passing L. R. Alderman; State Printer,
daughter, Mildred, a sweet lov especial interest were those given motors will be available. The
machine and plunged into a deep W. S. Duniway; Commissioner of
able girl known and liked by by Madison C. B. Mason, corres residents are bearing the dis
ditch, breaking its neck. The Labor, O. P. Hoff; Railroad Com
every one during her residence in i ponding secretary o f the Freed- comforts of darkness with pa
buggy turned over a couple of missioner, Frank J. Miller; State
| this city, and who died at the men’s Aid Society, who told o f tience, as they realize there is
times and landed on top o f the i Engineer, John H. Lewis; Water
threshold o f young womanhood, the work his organization is do- more and better light coming in
horse, more or less damaged. Superintendent, Division One,
! “ Where brook and river meet.” ing for the colored people, and a few d
Dick jumped out o f the vehicle Chinnock.
Bishop Charles W. Smith, who
before it turned over, and escap
On the democratic ticket, West
spoke on “ The Advent o f Christ
n n p u
( wins over Myers for the nomi-
and the Influence of the Savior i WO ¡nCIl Injured Oil I . K.<xN.
on Mankind” . The Bishop held j
I nation for Governor.
Active work preparatory to that since the appearance of
In Washington county the total
Two Austrians working with a
vote cast was approximately completing the rocking o f the Cnrist darkness commenced to construction crew on the P.R. &
road leading from the condenser dispel and the sunlight o f truth N. Railway Co. line, thirty-five
A rally o f the Christian church 1260. The Assembly candidates
west to the Dilley road, and from had dispersed the superstition of miles from Buxton on the Salmon-
es o f Washington county will be for state offices lead their oppo-
the corner o f Pacific Avenue and man.
berry river, received injuries Sat
held this evening and all day to
A street, in this city, south to
from the premature explo
morrow at the l o c a l edifice.
meet the road already completed, during the closing hours o f the sion o f a charge of dynamite,
Leaders in church work from var-
has begun. The rock crusher is conference. W. B. Hollingshead, which resulted in the probable loss
j ions parts of the state will speak. and Louden receiving the two
being put up at the Nel Johnson for six years superintendent of of eyesight to one, and serious
[Sunday, October the second, is to
quarry, in charge of Ira Bradley, the Portland uistrict o f the Meth- wounds to the other. The men
[be the great day thus far in the
and will begin operations Satur odist Episcopal church and one were brought to this city Sunday
Ifall work. It is the aim to have only one vote, Chapman receiving
day or Monday. Road Supervis o f the best known ministers evening by Connie McNamer in a
[three hundred present at t h e
or Alec Todd states that the con on the coast, withdrew from the private conveyance, and sent to
iBible school. The subject for
denser road and the road in this ministry, and accepted an active a Portland Hospital on the Ore
the morning preaching services,
city will be completed in about position with the Oregon Anti- gon Electric. Dr. Buckley the
lev. E. V. Stivers, pastor, is— primary candidate, defeated G.
four weeks, and will then be fin Saloon League, o f which he is railroad physician, attended the
|“ The Way, The Truth, and The W. Marsh for the nomination
as far South as the Dilley president. Rev. Hollingshead in unfortunate men, and accompan
rife” . The evening sermon will for county Judge. For countv
a voice choked with emotion de ied them to Portland.
‘Why Call Ye Me Lord, Lord, treasurer, William Jackson, direct
The portion of the road on the clftred that his withdrawal from
ind Do Not the Things Which I
assembly nominee. George Han base line which requires rocking, the ministry was caused by lay
Say ? ”
cock, for sheriff, was named and which will complete the road men in the church who had made
without opposition, as were also to the East end of this district, conditions intolerable for him.
State School Superintendent J.
The appointments for the con
J. W. Bailey for county clerk, E. will receive attention later in the
Ackerman has granted a state
L. Perkins for recorder, and A. year. The rock for this road will ference year h a s made m a n y
The Catholics of this city will A. Morrill for surveyor. These be obtained from the eastern por changes in the pastorates. Rev. diploma to Willis Johnson o f Gas-
^rolably build o n their sightly latter three were assembly nomi tion of the county, and will be Hiram GouId, pastoTofThe teal ton. and a HUtecertificate to R o m
>t at the Southeast corner of nees. The Democrats had no transported by the Southern Pac Methodist church, will be retain- Vandehey, o f Beaverton. Ora V.
Third street and Third avenue, county ticket, but Ferd Groner, ific Railway company. Supervis ed. Rev. F. V. Fisher, o f Hills Walker, o f Hillsboro, will receive
outh, this fall. The plans for Scholls; L. A. Long, Hillsboro; or Todd has forty-seven hundred boro, will do missionary work in a state diploma after having had
the required teaching experience,
he edifice have not yet been and Dr. D. W. Ward, o f Forest dollars available for road building
and Louise Huber, of Beaverton,
drawn, but the building will be a Grove, were nominated for the purposes in this district.
will receive a state certificate
H r e d i t to the Congregation. legislature by voters writing in
after having reached the requir
There is ample room on the lot their names. In Forest Grove,
While standing at the Haines ed age.
H r a school and pastor’s resid W. J. R. Beach was nominated
station, one mile east of this city,
ence besides the church building,
The churches of this city held Sunday afternoon, waiting for a
and these will be built as soon as
Miss Foster will speak in the
a rally meeting in the Congrega car, the P ress man and a com
H e parish warrents. Under the
church this evening
tional church, Sunday night, in panion disenjoyed the experience
H s u rate o f Father Buck the
o f local Home
The memorial services in honor the interests o f the campaign to of having a number o f bullets
H u r c h in this city has experi
whistle by their heads, and three
^ced a s t e a d y , satisfactory o f the late Harvey W. Scott are make “ Oregon Dry. 1910” . The
^rom Hr°oklyn, N. Y., where
to be held in Marsh Hall today, meeting was largely attended and o f them to plow up the grave! in
'■ in char« e o f a ^ a co n e ss
beginning at 1:30 o’clock, p. m.
Vhen wom-*n get the right to Amo .g the speakers will be: temperance w a s manifested. lets came through an orchard and training school. A large attend-
• it may be chewing gum that Charles E. Wolverton, T. L. Rev. E. V. Stivers of the Christ were likely fired by some zany ance is anticipated.
break into the spotlight to Eliot, T. T. Geer, W. D. Fenton ian church gave the principal ad with more zeal than sense, who
was shooting at a target
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New Equipment Being Installed
Clergyman Publishes Poems
Valuable Horse Breaks Neck
Road Building Commences
Rally at Christian Church
State Papers Granted
Catholics to Build This Fall
Bullets Whistle By
Temperance Rally Sunday Night
Memorial Services Today