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About The Monmouth herald. (Monmouth, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1908)
Local and Personal.
Loyd Mason was a business
visitor in Dallas Tuesday.
Miss Lillian Bogert is the new
day central in the telephone office.
Miss Mclnnes reports a pros
perous time at her milinery epen
ing. Miss Opal Boothby entertained
the "Goldenrod Club" on Thurs
We want a correspondent in
every school district in the county.
Write for particulars.
Archie Hosner, clerk of the
Corvallis Hotel, came down from
that city and spent Sunday.
Mrs. D. M. Hewett was on the
sick list the latter part of last
weeK, out is convalescent now.
F. C. Davidson, and family of
the Studio, paid a visit to old
friends in Dallas the latter part
of last week.
A. H. Craven finished pickirg
his hops Saturday. The yield
was only about fifty per cent of
what it was last year.
J. E. Winegar& Co., have a
lot of good second hand sewing
machines, taken in exchange for
the White, that they will sell
It is rumored that Percy Stroud
contemplates engaging with Bar
num & Bailey next year to do a
special bicycle stunt. Ask him
David B. Campbell left this
week for Whitman College, at
Walla Walla, Wash., where he
will take up his studies in the
Mrs. Kate Baab was in from
the farm Saturday and paid this
office a pleasant call. She will
receive regular weekly visits from
the Herald for the coming year.
Miss Bertha Voget, of Salem,
was the guest of Miss Edna Strong
the fore part of the week. Miss
Voget leaves in a short time for
a visit with relatives in Germany.
Adrian Kemp, of Corvallis, was
here Wednesday for a visit with
A. H. Strong. He is running a
gasoline launch between Salem
and Independence during the
Paul E. Baker, ex-business
manager of the Courier, has been
elected assistant principal of the
Junction City High School and
leaves this week to assume the
duties of his position.
The evaporator started up Mon
day and is running steadily on
prunes and pears. The cannery
has been flooded with the pears
the past week and had to turn
away several offers from outside
R, T. Boothby, of Summit,
Benton county, formerly a resi
dent of Monmouth, was transact-
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nig uuomras aim siiaKing nanus
with old time friends Friday and
Saturday. He ordered the Her
ald sent to his address.
Get Westfall to do your paper
Mrs. H. G. Butler is moving
into her new residence this week.
William Wiest ano? wife went
to Salem, Tuesday to attend the
Hartley Mulkey, wife and
daughter were Oregon State Fair
William Ragsdale, a Sherman
county lawyer was a visitor here
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Arant
have departed overbnef for their
new home at Tillamook City.
When you read tbis copy of the
Herald pass it along to your
neighbor and ask him to subscribe
D. M. Calbreath. the Cooper
Hollow poultryman. went through
here Monday enroute to the State
Dr. Sam Mulkey, of Sheridan,
was here the fore part of the
week visiting his father, Monroe
F. Y. Mulkey, 0. A. Wolve-ton,
C. E. Force and J. H. Hawley
were the members of a party who
took in the Fair sights at Salem
We will pay $1 a bushel for
wheat on subscription. Provided
it is good clean wheat. We want
ten bushels. Come in and see
Tuesday night a heavy frost
visited this section and "cooked"
tomato and bean tops. This is
something very unusual for this
time of year.
Mrs. N. S. Young and daughter,
of Vashon Island, Wash., were
visiting the past week . with the
Misses Butler. Mrs. Young was
formerly a student at the Normal.
It is reported that over 1100
cords of wood have been shipped
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uiLu una ujwn uy ran, Desiaes a
large amount being hauled in by
wagon. There ought to be dentv
oi warmth here this winter.
x. J. Pettit returned Saturdav
evening from his trip into Benton
and Lincoln counties and reports
considerable interest in the cream
ery, and that there will be more
cream coming here as a result of
G. W. Ebbert presented this
office with some mighty fine
Bartlett pears and some ni
apples, Saturday. Thev
raised here in Monmouth and the
flavor and size are all that 'could
1 Ladies Home Journal Patterns, Royal Worcester
g Corsets, Patriot and bociety Shoes, rvingsoury riats.
New Fall Goods
Bfin? in the CMldf en and let ms fit them
oije fa? the winter.
We have everything the children will
need in Clothing, Cloaks, Hats, Caps, Un
derwear, Shoes, Rubbers, Umbrellas, Etc.
Good, honest, serviceable Merch
andise at Right Prices.
V. F. DANIEL
M. Born and Strauss Bros. Mens Made-to-measure
Among the many Normalites
at the U. of 0. this year are H.
M. Stine, D. L Lewis, R. B.
Powell, Willis L. Masters, Miss
Pansy Maurer and J. W. Willson
This is a splendid representation
and in these people the U. of 0.
will find most efficient students.
Pres. P. L. Campbell and wife
visited in town over Sunday.
Pres. Campbell reports very flat-
ichuk piwpetis ior tne openinc
oi uie u. oi u. lie is just re
turning irom a meeting of the
Board in Portland where his sal
ary was increased to $4000, which
is but a just recognition of his
services. It was Mrs. Campbell's
first visit to Polk county.
Mrs. Tempe House and daught
er, Pearl Montgomery, were over
from Independence Friday and
called on the editor and wif
Miss Pearl went to Portland on
the aiternoon train to resume her
work in the city schools.
The many friends of V. s
Evenden, who tauerht in ih r
u. ana is now at Stanford, will
pe pleased to learn that he ii,, en
joying his work. Mr. Evenden
nas ejected education as his major
uu ww spend two years more
at the University.
W. L Arant and
have been enjoying their honey
moon on the ocean beach at VVald
port, were in town on iaef
day. They were on tHo,V ,o
Nehalem where Mr Aran ,v
- """ii la em-
Pioyea ior the coming year as
punupai oi the High school.
Miss Sarah Tuthill spent her
vacation in Victoria, B. C, visit
ing with her niece. Miss Ti,t;n
!S dfelihttd wh the scenic
beauty of the Imperial city and
while this is her fourth t-; .-n
v , , "'i, aim
she found many new and interes
ts unngs, as she has at
previous one. She is back for
her work in the Normal.
A. N. Poole
General Carpenter Work
Get Westfall to do your paint
Ex-Pres. A. L. Briggs. of Drain
came in on Fridays train to plan
his work for the comine vear
Mr. Bnggs will teach in the Nor
C C. Marks and wife. Mrs. E
F. Haggard and Miss Lena Brown,
passed through here Monday
morning from their homes on the
Luckiamute enroute to the State
if air. They will camn out and
have a general good time.
Miss Lizzie K. Cooper, of Mt.
Hood, visited here this week.
She has completed a vears tPh.
ing in this state and has taught
a year in Arizona. She leavps in
a short time to take
school in Georgia, where she has
heen engaged for the coming
o Friday evening about half past
nine o'clock there WAS nnc nf fV,
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finest displays of "Northern
Lights" that it has evpr ,
pleasure of the editor of this
paper to look at. The disnl
covered the entire north u
and reached up to and beyond
the zenith. Great column n
light looking like veritable pillars
of fire swept across th.P
dnu disappeared in the. west
The most vivid part of the dis
play lasted for upwards of on
minutes and afterward there was
a pink tinge in the sky for nearly
half an hour lone-er Thio a;
Play would have been grand even
m me Artie regions, but it was
something that few people in
this part of the world get a
chance to se:
New Lot of Furniture
Especially for Students
Come in and Look it Over
BOGERT & SON
Telephone Main 331
T. A. Riggs
Groceries, Crockery, Feed, Hop Supplies, Wool,
Mohair and Cascara
Agent Chase & Sanborn Teas and Coffees: Folger's Baking
powder, Spices and Extracts. Preferred Stock
Fruit and Vegetables
.Hop Pickers Supplies
Try Us on Yom Produce
oW. A. Wanh. Who is on
in the life insurance business at
Berkeley, writes to fria v,
that he was at Boulder, Colorado
me summer and while there
he met Dr. C. V. Murphy, who
is located there in the practice
or dentistry. Mr Wn
- - "um was
formerly a teacher in the State
Normal and has many friends in
The0 Misses Bertha and Martha
Leader, who will be remembered
as the champion ladies basket
ball players of the state, are at
tending school at Berkeley. This
is their third year and they will
take their degree next vear. Thev
are still interested in basket ball
and helped win the California
btate Championship from Stan
ford last year.