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About The Monmouth herald. (Monmouth, Or.) 1908-1969 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1908)
Local and Personal.
L S. Fuller was in town Mon
day. Oliver Chase, of Salem, was in
town Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Edith Wolverton spent
Sunday in Independence with
' A party of our young ladies
went to Independence Sunday
Miss Mary Henson attended
the skating party in Dallas Tues
Mrs. Wm. McCready returned
to her home in McMinnville the
last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. James Grigshy are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. S.
Martin this week.
Jesse Simpson, of Albany, was
down for an over Sunday visit
with the home folks.
Vocal Recital Tuesday night,
November 10, in the Normal As
sembly Hall at 8:15 o'clock.
Rev. Chase preached at the
Baptist church Sunday and may
hold a series of meetings here.
The members of the senior
class had a jollification Tuesday
night and certainly enjoyed them
selves. Coy Boyd has returned to his
home in Idaho, while his brother
Walter has entered school at the
Peter Kurre was in firm his
fine farm between here and In
dependence Tuesday. The Her
ald will visit him for 52 times.
Mr. Chaney, who bought the
Wheelock place is having the
house worked over and other
wise improving his beautiful
Otto F. L. Herse, the great
tenor, will be assisted in his con
cert in the Normal Assembly Hall
Tuesday night by Frank A.
Mrs. Williamson, of Spokane,
was visiting here last week with
her sister, Mrs. S. R. Smith, she
will also visit with a niece in
Portland before returning home.
Mrs. Rodney Coulter, of Baker
City, formerly Miss Fern Butler
of this place writes that although
the weather is quite crisp there
it is beautiful for his time ol' the
Mrs. John Riggs, of Salem,
visited in town the last of last
week taking with her on her re
turn home, her mother Mrs
Surilda Percival who has gone to
make her home with her.
H. W. Strong, of Portland, was
visiting over Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
Strong. He has been in Morrow
county for the past couple of
weeks looking after business
Manager Martin, of the Luck
iumute sawmill, shut down the
mill for a couple of days while
he went to Dallas to vote for
Taft. He was accompanied by
Mrs. Martin and they visited
with friends at the county seat.
A masked Hallowe'en party
was given at the home of Miss
Mary Hansen last Saturday night.
The rooms were gay with Jack
o'lanterns made to represent cer
tain people and a jolly time was
enjoyed by all trying to guess
Phy Simpson was down from
Airlie the first of the week visit
ing with R. M. Simpson and
family and reports having cut a
fir tree at his logging camp last
week that measured seven feet
in diameter and made 200 feet of
logs. This would indicate a tree
of close to 300 feet in length,
which is an exceptionally fine
tree for this part of the state.
Miss Hazel Lorence went to
Mrs. J. V. B. Butler was a
passenger to Independence Monday.
Miss Laura Mallory spent Sat-
day and Sunday with E. Bogert's
The Sophomores and the Fresh
men are having war in the same
E. W. Strong is having a fine
modern fireplace installed in his
Miss Ova Smith, who ie:ently
sustained a severe accident is
President E. D. Ressler re
turned from his trip to McMinn
Mrs. V. F. Daniel is visiting
her s'ster-in-law, Mrs. Mona
Brown, in Dallas.
Mrs. Clarence Clodfelter visit
ed with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. G. Griffa last week.
Hear the celebrated tenor, Otto
F. L Herse, at Normal Assembly
Hall Tuesday night Nov. 10.
A party of our young people
attended a masqued skating
party in Dallas Tuesday night
Miss Mattie Strong returned
to Portland Monday after a two
weeks visit here with her parents.
Mrs. Wm. Riddle, Jr., and
baby v sited with Mrs. Wm.
Metzler, near Rickreall Tuesday
At the regular meeting of the
Odd Fellows Monday night there
will be nomination of officers and
work in the first degree.
Mr. Isman. of Grants Pass,
passed through town Thursday
enroute to Portland where he
will make his future home.
John Scott is removing the au
tumn leaves and other debris
from the college grounds and
putting them in shipshape for
There was quite a crowd in
town Tuesday night awaiting the
election returns and the streets
were thronged with people until
a late hour.
Victor Reynolds, who has been
clerk in a hotel at North Yamhill,
visited friends here the last of
the week enroute to Portland
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The vocal recital to be given
in the Normal Assembly Hall
next Tuesday night by the great
tenor, Otto F. L. Herse, will in
clude classical and popular Eng
lish, German, Scotch and Irish
Evangelist L. F. Stephens and
wife will begin a series of meet
ings in the Christian church about
Nov. 16. They have just returned
from New Zealand where they
have worked the past year as
evengelists for the churches
there and on teir way home
they visited Palestine and other
Oriental points of interest.
It is reported that two of our
prominent citizens have laid
themselves liable to prosecution
by burning a houset The house
is said to have been a very val
uable one and to have belonged
to another prominent citizen who
expects to recover heavy dam
ages. We have not had time to
investigate these reports, but
hope they are untrue.
We have made arrangements
with the Pacific, Monthly where
by we are able to offer that ex
cellent magazine and the Herald
for less money than you can get
it and any other paper in this
county. We will club both papers
for $1.75. You would have to
pay $1.50 for the Monthly alone,
thus you get the Herald for
practically 25 cents. This offer
will only last a short time. Dur-
W. W. Newman
General Blacksmithing and
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
All work done with neatness
Cornwall's Old Stand
Normal Lodge, No. 2C4
Meets every Monday night at
Chas. Newman, N. G.
Joseph Radek, Sec.
ing this time we accept ballots
in the voting contest, which has
been postponed until Christmas
on account of the small number
of ballots being taken out.
J. D. Walton, of Fruitland,
made a short visit with D. S.
Martin's last week, being a for
mer friend in Iowa. He is leav
ing this week for a visit at the
old home in Iowa and among rel
atives in California and Missouri.
Harvey Sargent, of Corvallis,
was in the city the first of the
week visiting with E. W. Strong,
who is an old time friend. Mr.
Sargent worked in the Strong
sawmill at Corvallis for seven
years before Mr. Strong pur
chased it. He is the inventor of
Sargent Gopher Gun and has ap
pointed J. E. Winegar & Co. as
agents for Monmouth and vicin
ity. He drove down from Cor
vallis in the afternoon and did
not drive out of a walk. He has
driven his horse 1800 miles this
season and can get over $300 for
him at any time. He will have
an ad in the Herald. He man
ufactured and sold 1000 guns last
year and is prepared to put out
2000 this season.
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Course, to be Given Tuesday, Nov. 10
Otto K. L. Horse, a tenor singer who comes to Oregon for the
lirst time, with excellent testimonials, will give tho second num
ber in the Citizens' Kiitertitiiiiiient Course, next Tuesday night
in the Normal Assembly Hull., He will give a song recital, con
sisting of Knglish, German, Scotch and Irish selections both
classical and popular, and will be assisted by
FRANK A. WHITE, Pianist.
Reserved seats are now on sale at the Acorn Book Store at 35c
for adults and 25e for children and students. Season ticket
holders may secure reserved seats without additional cost. Con
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