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FOREST GROVE. OREGON. THURSDAY. JANUARY 18. 1912.
Kesuit 01 Court rindings in
Case Comes a Surprise
to Many People.
Arrangements Are Completed
for Washington County
No. 11 19
freeze. Hope no one will need
when it was, a few minutes later
Ru le 8. The records made dur- pg
all would have been lost.
ing the four contest days shall
be considered as the records for
Quite a number attended the
the contest month.
CITY NEWS NOTES.
M. W. A. dance at Banks Tues
Rule 9. There will be four
day evening, and report a very
awarded as follows: one to
Rev. Father McDevitt, of Port
obtaining the highest
land cathedral. Rev. Father Ket-
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. n , r _
in the county, and
. tenhofen, of St. John, Geo. Hen-
King arrived Tuesday from South
Dakota and will make an extend
chapel car, and James Saunders,
of Gaston, were guests of Father
Buck at dinner Wednesday.
W. W. Ryals and Mike Crow-
questions, and reports to O. M.
Mayor-elect Allen was a pleas
thers went to the Grove Friday.
Gardner, Forest Grove. Oregon.
ant caller at the Press office yes
Exciting Panther Chase.
Dunham Sheedy, of Seattle, Because the Washington Coun James Haynes
The Bankers and Merchants
Joe Lenneville was on trial formerly
(Too late for last week.)
Dundee, Illinois, vis ty Teachers’ Association believes
Mutual Fire Relief Association A large panther came down Monday and Tuesday, charged ited over of
held their annual meeting and near Robert Hayden’s last week. with assault and battery on the ilies of L. J. and 0. A. Corl,
that the interest in the spelling week.
elected officers yesterday.
Mr. Hayden’s dogs went out and person of Louis Kurtz. The case Scott Smith, of near Dilley, work may be stimulated through
E. W. Haines was added to the challenged the intruder, but he was tried before a Washington who
rivalry, it has arranged for a Miss Josephine McDermott
directorate. W. H. Hollis, Geo. was too much for them; he killed county jury which brought in a better. has been very ill, is reported spelling contest in which all the went to Portland last week to
G. Paterson, C. W. Mirtz were one and crippled the other and verdict of guilty.
of the county are urged visit her sisters.
Hardbeck, of Dilley, was schools
re-elected and the hold-over are went on his way rejoicing. Mr. The case originated Saturday, in John
to take part. The prizes, of Mr. and Mrs. E, F. McDermott
Lot L. Pierce of Salem, R. K. Hayden phoned for help, of which August 5. Mr. Kurtz, a member town yesterday.
which there will be four, will be spent Sunday in the Grove.
Ohling of Albany, and L. J. Corl he soon had plenty. Mr. Clap- of the U. S. engineering corps Geo. Buckingham, of Dilley, awarded upon the basis of the Charles Waite came out from
was in town yesterday and his average grade of all the pupils in
of this city, forming the present shaw, with his dogs, was also which was stationed in the Watts daughter
Hattie, who is staying the school or division, which Portland to help the men in the
soon on the spot and a chase en district, came to town, together for the present
E. W. Haines succeeds M. Pet sued which ended in the killing with other members of the camp. accompanied him with
plan is hoped to reach each pupil greenhouse this week.
make him feel that his best Henry Bauer and wife, of Bea
erson as president. Geo. G. Pat of the panther about one mile He was accompanied also by his
P. Dyke, who is a trustee and
will give his school a verton, spent Saturday at W. J.
erson was elected vice-president, east of Mr. Hayden’s. We are dog. When Mr. Kurtz was about of W.
McMinnville college, attended
W. H. Hollis was chosen as sec glad to hear that such a savage to leave for camp he mistook the a meeting of the trustees in that chance to win one or more of the Peabody’s.
prizes; (the work of the weak Mrs. McFeeters and her daugh wil
blacksmith’s dog for his own, city Tuesday.
retary and C. W. Mirty treasur beast is dead.
the two dogs closely resembling Dr. Everest, of Cornelius, was speller has as much effect upon ter, Miss Margaret, spent Satur
the average as that of the good day in Portland.
other. He commanded the in town yesterday.
The company during the past
year has made a most creditable The sermon subjects of Rev. dog to go to the wagon. When J. Miller. The cause is a worthy one).
showing. The business in force D. T. Thomas at the First Con the animal refused to obey and on£. All club members are in- j The words to be used have
December 31 was $1,557,018; gregational church next Sunday ran to his masthr and crouched vited to be present and bring) been selected from the grade A. D. Allen received a ship
cash on hand $15,132.20; assets morning are: “Christ the Bread at his feet, Kirtz struck the dog their guests.
work of the classes in the hope ment of White Leghorn hens,
$19,523.97. Paid losses during of Life” in the morning at 11 a blow with his cane, and with F. J. Miller left for California that they may be used as a sub Monday, from Eugene.
the year amounted to $4419.19. and “God; How Do We Know out warning Lenneville struck last Sunday. He will stop a stitute for the regular spelling Mr. and Mrs. Ula Hanna visit
a blow which brought him couple of days in San Francisco lesson. Where the substitute is ed Sunday at the home of M. E.
The business during the year
in the evening. These are Kirtz
will then go to Los Angeles, j not deemed advisable, the con
ground. For a time Kirtz and
reflects much credit on the man Him”
Miller will be away five or j test lists can be used to supple Hall.
was unconscious and medical aid six weeks
on “Great Truths”.
The Ladies Aid, of Dilley, met
was summoned. It was found needed rest. and will enjoy a much ment the regular work.
the home of Mrs. Salens
Good potatoes $1.00 per hun jured, causing deafness of one A baby girl was born to Mrs. i To arouse the interest of the Wednesday.
The high water did some dam dred at Hartrampf’s feed store. ear. Lieutenant T. D. Aplin Claude Gupton, January 17,1912. pupils in the contest, it is sug
gested that the division of the Protracted meetings are being
age to the Lovegren railroad. Will deliver. Phone 50x.
schools compete against each held in Dilley this week at the
They are now mending the
other on the basis of the average Methodist church. Two lady
washed out places.
Grove were called as witnesses
evangelists are in charge of the
There is quite a smallpox scare
on behalf of the state and de
The following rules were adopt
in Patton Valley. The Patton
fense. The court has not as yet
to govern the contest and The telephones being out of
Valley school has stopped this
pronounced the penalty.
give the general working plan. commission this week, made us
week on account of the disease.
A large and enthusiastic crowd They may be added to as found feel very much out of the world.
Lillie and Minnie Thies were Tuesday evening the S. P. sec T. H. Muller Dies in Portland. gathered
in the Pacific Universi
There is an old proverb, “We
visiting at the Robertson home tion gang at Dilley, composed of Theodore H. Muller died at his ty gym to watch the two basket! necessary.
never miss the water til the well
home in Portland January 12, ball games played there last Sat studied and spelled as lessons goes dry” and we surely do not
three Greeks, had a general fall aged
56 years. The remains were urday evening. In the girls’ during the first part of the realize the usefulness of the tele
Herb Smith went to Hillsboro ing out among themselves which
Cornelius and inter game, which came first, the local month and reviewed the last four phone until we are compelled to
resulted in knife and gun display. ment was to made
in the Cornelius high school girls easily won over j days, the record of the school do without it.
Sunday school is held at the Deputy-Sheriff Quick was sent cemetery, last Monday.
the team from Beaverton high for the month to be the record
Cherry Grove school house every to the scene and made the arrest services were held at the Funeral
the score being 10 to 1. obtained in the four review les
of two Greeks whom he brought odist church. At the cemetery
Mrs. Austin Buxton’s condition
to this city and turned over to the Woodmen of the World, as evening, the Forest Grove high sons.
George Spellman is running Sheriff
much improved last week
the Cherry Grove auto.
by the Knights of Pythias, defeated the boys from McMinn ington county is eligible to enter that so
could be up and about
of arrest was sworn out by one sisted
ville high with a score of 24 to this contest provided that all pu the house.
The Patton Valley telephone of the gang. It seems that the had charge of the services.
line was out of commission last entire crew had a grouch all day Mr, Muller was for a long time 23. It was one of the best and pils of such schools in grades Wild geese have been seen fly
resident of Cornelius and had hardest fought contests ever from four to eight inclusive,
week but is all right now.
and this culminated in the even a many
ing over. Is that a sign of spring?
and acquaintances witnessed on a local floor.
The Tualatin river was higher ing at the bunk house in a free in this friends
The two teams were as follows: Rule 2. The words used in Wm. McCoy and wife visited
last week than it has been for for all fight. Knife and gun and family.
Forest Grove contests shall be those printed at Ernest Burke’s Sunday.
were freely displayed.
Forward Vaughn on contest sheets, which have Officers were elected at the
Johnnie Yunker went to Cres-
A. Ireland been selected from the grade Suuday school for the coming
Mr». K. L. Olson Dies.
Young Man Ar.ested at Gaston
well, Oregon, last week.
Parker work of the state text.
year as follows: Supt., Mrs. Ethel
Ivan Marquis, son of Mrs. K.
Guard J. Ireland Rule 3. In this contest there Stevenson; asa’t supt., Miss Ethel
W. F. Robertson is breaking A young man by the name of L. Olson, died January 11, aged Wood
Troutman shall be three divisions; the first Smith; sec., Esther Dilley; treas.,
one of his driving horses to ride. Patton, of near Seattle, was ar 17 years. Funeral services were Wauzar.son “
Bellinger division to consist of fourth Rhea Bailey; librarian, D. A.
It is reported that Joe Reifen- swotn out before E. Harding, J. held in the Forest Grove under Johnson “
Robinson grades, the second division to Kennedy; organist, Louise Ken
taking parlors, Rev. Hilton offic The first half resulted
rath has the smallpox.
P., of Gaston, charging the iating.
in a consist of fifth and sixth grades, nedy.
The remains were shipped score of 15 to 15, During second
Marshal Mattison, of Scoggins young man with larceny of a to MpMinnville
interment half it was pip and tuck between the third division to consist of Rhea Bailey and Esther Dilley
Valley was seen buggy riding last suit cage, pattop was arraigned was made by the where
aide of his fa the two teams. At the different seventh and eighth grades.
Sunday with his bunch of violets. Tuesday and plead not guilty. ther in the Masonic
Rule 4. The contest shall be called on Bertha Lesser Sunday.
Trial was set for Wednesday at
plays, cheers burst from those gin January 16 and shall continue Gladys Vermilyea came out
watching the game until at last for twelve weeks, divided into from the Grove Sunday to visit
was one continual cheer.
(Crowded out o f last issue.)
contest months as follows: Janu* her aunt, Mrs. N. A. Frost
ary 15 to February 9; February The Watts Ladies Aid will
We hope the “Silver Thaw” cuting Attorney Tongue, the
ran, was the star of the even 12 to March 8; March 11 to April meet with Mrs. Ethel Stevenson
will soon be a thing of the past. case
was dismissed, Lee paying The fire department responded ing. Roscoe Troutman and Er 5.
February 1. It is
Miss W. W. RyaU and Mrs. C. the costs.
to an alarm Saturday evening nest Vaughn were the Forest Rule 5. Each district shall Thursday,
can be present,
L. Dennis were visiting relatives Patton is a brother-in-law of when smoke was seen issuing Grove star players. A return
in Portland this week.
Lee and came to the mill in re from the windows of the upper game will be played at McMinn four school days of each contesti jte from their new M. home
Mrs. M. Rielingand son Will, of sponse to a letter from Lee offer story of Joe Lenneville’s resi ville the first part of next month. month, the teacher to divide the Lindsay( California, that they
Hillsboro, are the guests of Chas. ing him steady work at his dence. The fire was put out by
words into four lessons giv -1 are we„ pleai|ed with the climatef
Rieling this week.
(Lee’s) sawmill, but as work carrying the burning articles out Dr. Hine» Sell» Half Interest 180
one lesson each day.
C0Untry, etc Wilma and Mildred
Mrs. M. Griffin and Mia* Mattie proved scarce, Lee charged for before the boys arrived, and but Dr Charles Hines this week Rule 6. The records made for are jn schoo, ¡n Lind8ay. They
were shopping in Portland Satur board and the board bill over small damage was done.
sold a half interest in his drug
four contest days shall be a„ wish t0 ^ remembered ^
balanced the labor. An attempt The fire was caused from an atore to Frank Merese. Mr. Me- the
day and Monday.
as the records for t h e old friends and neighbors.
The Bible Class met at the
upper rooms. The electric cord ness about the first of next Rule 7. Reports shall be made M™- Harvey Rodgers, ot For-
home of Mrs. Ryals last Wednes for the board bill.
wound around the iron head month, and Dr. Hines will at not later than Monday following ,,st Urove, is visiting her rela
Mayor Allen will make his rail and the bulb came in contact that time take charge of the the close of each contest month, t*VC9 ¡n ^ '8 neighborhood,
The P. R. £ N . failed to make headquarters at Langley’s office with a night dress which caught post office. Mr. Merese is a
the names of the pupils The school will give a home
the daily trip Tuesday on ac for the present. Any one wish and, burning, dropped on the graduate pharmacist of many showing
together with the talent play at the school house
count of snow on the mountain. ing to consult with him on busi pillows and from there spread to years of practical experience, number of correctly
spelled words Friday evening. “The Courtship
The telephone lines are all out ness pertaining to city matters other parts of the bedding. Had and is well and favorably known and the totals for all divisions of Miles Standish” we believe i*
the discovery not been made just in this community.
of eo nmission on account of the may see him there.
and for the school.
i the name af the play.
L W. Haines Succeeds M.
Peterson as President
FOREST GROVE IS
AN EASY VICTOR
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