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price, the second the price to schools
Sunday school. A good supper was
contracted for between the Oregon
prepared in the r>»rlors and the chil SHERIFF GETS THE
Library Commission and the J. K.
dren being the principal guests of the
Gill Co., Portland, Oregon.
occasion marched in first, the primary
а . Geography One-fifth from State
grade leading. A table was set aside
Course of Study, four-fifths from Red Earnest fairness characterized the ated his efforts and said “Give the is- ,0r the cradle role and P«ents- The
way & Hinman.
speech of Judge Will H. Thompson,of lands to whoever would take them.” °'der PeoP'e enjoyed a social time get- Mrs. Humphry Pearson Proves Not to
acllua‘nted w'fh one another in
Seattle, last night, when he addressed The speaker declared that during the
Course of Study,
be Mrs. H. C. Pearson.
e cdurcb ProPer while the children
б . History, U. S. one fifth from the Republican standpoint.
stripes, Bryan likened him to General y enju°ylni ,he good lhings SDlead bt*
State Course, four-fifths from Doub.
,ore ,hem- The last course being ice
7. Orthography, Reed's Word Les The hall was comfortably filled al Washington.
cream made all eyes sparkle in antici- THE CHARGE WHS INSANITY
He stated that every issue fathered pation while being generously served
8. Physical Geography, Terr’s and stormy. The orchestra played a by Mr. Bryan had failed to materalize— to each.
Fill at Dairy Creek Nearly Completed— New Physical Geography.
piece when Mrs. McEldowney sang even his prediction in ’96 that unless After the supper was over all gath- Court Begins Case Before Identity
Another Cut to Make Before Right
9. Physiology, Krohn, Hutchinson. very beautifully and was heartily en- I the government recognized silver on ered in the main body of the church to
Is Known— Hancock Returns
10. Reading, State Course of Study, cored, to which she responded.
of Way for Rails Is Clear.
Lady to Her Home.
White’s Art of Teaching, Oral Reading. Capt. Barnes, president of the Taft would be ruined.
11. School Law, School Laws of and Sherman Club, under whose aus Mr. Thompson dealt at some length stories which were appreciated by all,
pices Mr. Thompson spoke, intre-1
That cars will be running into For Oregon.
the children especially enjoying the It is not all pleasure in being sheriff
the speaker. On the speaker’s on the two "paramount” issues put fairy
est Grove by Novembei 20th, all de 12. Theory and Practice, White’s
story told in a realistic manner by of Washington county, neither is it : II
stand were a number of the G. A. R.,
pends on the condition of the weather. Art of Teaching.
pleasure in bearing the same name »1
in respect for Mr. Thompson who is
A News reporter took a trip along 13. Writing, Outlookin Writing an
in Washington county.
the route of the Oregon Electric com System, Tests in Writing.
the most unique errors y er-
The speaker touched on the great
pany between here and Hillsboro Mon 14. Bookkeeping, Office Methods resources
made by a sheriff was tl 1 1
of the northwest and the
day and found that the prospects of and Practical Bookkeeping, Part 1. prosperity that
by Sheriff Hancock.
Sues Oregon Electric
throughout the mium on dishonesty, and invite bank-
having the rails strung into this city by 16. Composition, Herrick & Demon. entire land, the reigns
due to the re ers to speculate, they knowing the de- Mrs Rosa R Merlo who claims lha, everybody knows that his to judgment
that time was very good. Chris 17. Physics, Buell, Niliikan & Gale, publican party. latter
He said we needed posttors money would be safe if they workmen for the Oregon Electric
O’Donald of .he construction crew re A First Course in Physics.
a navy whose presence in Pacific d>d fail, that other banks would have broke h„ arm whiIe .,temptinK ,Q did George err in selecting the perse n
ports that if the weather will permit 18. Psychology, Buell.
guaranteed peace. And he to pay ,t. He asked, “Is it right that cr0ss the Regret.ho farm at Beaverton charged in the instrument which he
that the fill at Dairy Creek will be 19. Botany, Bergen. Elements of waters
us what it meant to the nation a banker in Oregon should be respon- early last Spring, has enteied suit served at the instigation of the County
finished within ten days and also the Botany.
sible for the transactions of a banker in ajainst the Oregon Electric Co., the
have the Panama canal dug.
cut on the Greenhale place. They 20. Geometry, Wentworth, Plane to Comparing
two candidates for Texas, or any other state?”
Willamette Construction Co., and W. Court.
are working a crew night and day. and solid Geometry, questions on Plane president, he the
There are two Mrs. Pearsons in t e
asked if there was an act On the anti-injunction plank of the S Barstow it Co., in the Circuit county
Some forty men are engaged in the Geometry.
one of them has be< n
Mr. Taft’s that the people today Democratic platform he gave a clear Court of Multnomah County, lo: $10,- charged and
day time and about sixty at night. The 21. History, General History, Myers’ of
Well, now of
would wish undone. He said Mr. and decisive version oi what it meant 350 damages. She asserts that by course George insanity.
rainy weather that has set in will delay General History.
Bryan’s cry in the campaign of 1900 to our people to tie the hands of our reason of the assault her general health the Mrs. H. C. Pearson charged, whtie
the work a few days but not enough to An examination is required upon the was
imperialism, but showed that he ! courts in that particular, and said: has been affected. Mrs. Merlo is re| - and without further adieu hiked off livid
make any material difference with the first thirteen subjecss for a first grade lobbied
at Washington when the reso- j “The man who does not intend to do resented by W. D. Fenton and the the Laurel neighborhood and fetcl cd in
certificate valid for three years; upon
progress made now.
to pay Spain $20,000 for the is an injury to property will not object to firm of Dolph, Mallory, Simon and one Mrs. Pearson into court.
The track crew begun to lay rails the first eighteen subjects lor a State lution
up for passage, and declared an injunction, and the man who does Gearon.
Tuesday morning and will reach the certificate valid for five years; and up that it was
It was not lor the judge to know
through Bryan’s intend to injure property, ought to be j
bridge at Dairy Creek in a day or so on twenty-one subjects for a state efforts that it partially
difference for he never saw either
did pass, then he repubi- enjoined.
when it will have to wait until the fill diploma.
of the persons by the same name, and
---------------------------------------------- — j The Woman’s Club held the first the error was not discovered until
is completed before it can proceed.
there. Twenty-three lots of Dallas other public buildings, in the city of meeting ol the club year in the parlors crurt
W. C. T. U. CONVENTION.
convened Monday afternoon.
Mr. O’Donald says that the track can
totaling 2050 bales, passed under Forest Grove, Washington County, of the Congregational church, Monday There was
another mystifying featt re
be laid to Forest Grove in seven days’ The State Convention of the Oregon hops,
their control during the day. The Oregon.
afternoon. A good number of the about the case that the Judge didn’t
Womans Christian Temperance Union prices
paid ranged from 7 to 7J cents. The city of Forest Grove does ordain club were present and enjoyed the understand and that was that no wit
The Oregon Electric gave it out a was held in Portland, Oct. 6-9 in the The same
firm also bought 675 bales as follows:
program and informal reception which ness appeared against the accused, but
few days ago that no service would be Taylor St. church where it was first or in other sections
put on the Hillsboro branch until the ganized by Miss Willard twenty five is the biggest single day’s business ever spit upon any sidewalk or in any pub- Miss Farnham gave the Inaugural the Judge was not to be sidetracked
that account so he telephoned to
Forest Grove division was completed years ago.
by one hop firm in Ore-1 lie stairway, hall, church, school house address and also gave a report of the on
the neighborhood from whence can e
but recent dispatches from the New The Convention was welcomed by accomplished
other public building, or upon any Biennial Convention at Boston which the Mrs. Pearson, for witnesses. T) ey
York offices states that a service will be the city officials, the churches and fra gon. The J. W. Seavy Hop Company or
attended last summer as delegate. agreed to appear but the Judge pro
started next Monday or Tuesday, and ternal societies, the prohibition party bought extensively, principally on the Oregon. car in the city of Forest Grove, she Mrs.
E. Williams gave a piano ceeded to ask a few questions; so did
to Forest Grove as early as possible. presenting the Union with twenty-five East Side, securing an aggregate of 687 Section 2. Any person violating solo and E. Mrs.
Wilbur McEldowney the lady. "What do you want of me”
The plans for the new depot here ate silver dollars in token of their appre bales during the day. Most of these any provision of this ordinance shall be sang a solo.
asked the woman. "Well” , said the
all completed end it is understood that ciation of the work done by the Union. were bought at 7j cents.
by a fine of not less than
Judge, ‘you are charged with insat -
a triangular building will be constructed A number of those present at the McNefi Bros, bought 387 bales in punished
Five ($5.00) Dollars nor more than
. "Indeed” , interjected the lady.
here to best fit the ground available organization were on the platform and the Hubbard, Butteville and Aurora Twenty-five
Dollars, or by The Democrats of this city are plan -‘Yes, you know, of course that it is a
but this will not be constructed until gave reminiscences of the work ac at 7 to 7| cents, also 300 bales of imprisonment ($25.00)
in the county jail not ning a grand rally to be held in painful duty sometimes for us, but you
the tracks are completed to this point. complished in the earlier years
Yakimas at 7 cents.
nor more than twelve Masonic Hall on Friday evening of this must not blame us.” “ Who dared to
The committee here has about com A resolution passed the convention H. L. Hait yesterday finished taking days, or by both
such fine and im week, when Hon. M. A. Miller, charge me with insanity” ? “ We)’,
pleted its work, however, there are a declaring for state-wide prohibition in in 400 bales bought in various parts of prisonment.
brother of Charley, will deliver an ad you are Mrs. H. C. Pearson, are ytu
number of deeds to be signed, but as 1910.
to the public on the issues of the not?” asked the Judge. “ No sir, ny
the state at 7 to 7J cents.
3. This ordinance shall
the contracts are all signed no trouble Another condemned the location of Klaber, Wolf & Netter’s total pur- take Section
Hon. E. S. J. McAllister name is Mrs. Humphrey Pearsons.”
and be in force from and
is anticipated from that cause.
the new electric depot in a building chases for the week were close to 5000 after effect
presidential elector, will Connecting this with the tact that 6o
its passage by the common coun
So look out for the cars by the 20th with three saloons.
bales. They are credited with having cil and approved by the Mayor and be present and make a talk also. Ev- witnesses appeared the Judge took the
Still another declared the W. C. T. bought fully as many more earlier in j due publication thereof,
| erybody is invited.
cue and investigated the matter and
U. as opposed to the segregation of the season and besides had 5000 bales j Passed by the Common Council of
that she was not the lady
vice under whatever guise, and pledged
TEACHERS’ ANNUAL INSTITUTE
Sources from which questions will | sympathy and cooperation in any contracted for. Some of the dealers the city of Forest Grove on this
Finally the lady admit
be taken for teachers’ examinations for measure that looks toward the break figure their holdings at close to 20,- day of September, 1908.
care much, saying
Largest Session Ever Held in the
R. P. WlRTZ,
February and August, 1909, will be as ing up of the red-light district.
ride with the sher
“ I consider the market for choice
County Just Closed.
me within a half
hops very strong, and do not see why Approved by the Mayor of the city The annual Teachers’ _ Institute mile ol home I will walk
the rest of
they should not go to 10 cents,” said of Forest Grove this 13th day of Sep which convened at the court house in the way.”
Herman Klaber yesterday. “On the tember. 1908.
Hillsboro, Monday, closed yesterday When Hancock was told of his error:
2. Civil Government
hand the market is very weak for
3. English Literature
’ The duce,” he said. " is that so?”
Rec. Sec.; Mrs. Hessie J. anything'but choice goods. I would | Mayor of the city of Forest Grove. This a most
A. One-half from texts; Newcom Roseburg,
the last seen of George was at the
not advise the growers to hold their Attest: ROBT. P. WlRTZ,
er’s English Literature, and]Newcom- Shone,
of the livery barn with Mr.
Rev. Eugene St. Johns of Kansas hops or to act in any way on my opin-
er’s American Literature.
Pearson, and both muncl-
gave a very interesting and helpful ad ion. It is only my personal view, but
B. One-half from the following dress,
of fresh cookies, pre
and the whole convention was I am backing it with money. I am State of Oregon, County of Washing- Supt. Case was successful in secur
well attended and inspiring and closed bnying these hops on speculation.
*on> City of Forest Grove, ss.
1. Lowell, The Vision ol Sir Laun- with
ing some of the best instructors in the
P> Wirtz, Recorder of the state, and those present and who took
Card of Thanks.
fal (Riv. lit. ser.) Houghton, 25c, medal being won by D. L. Morgan of “ My rtason for believing in a better I ity L of Robt.
Grove, Oregon, do here- ; part are:
take this oppor
cally bare of choice hops, which should by certify that I have made a careful j J. H. Ackerman, Superintendent of tunity to thank the neighbors and
2. Webster, The First Bunker Hill Eugene.
cause these qualities to go up As in comparison, of the foregoing transcript | [ Public Instruction, Salem.
friends who so kindly assisted us dur
Oration (Riv. lit. ser.) Houghton,
Hop Market Conditions.
England, the lower grades are likely to of ordinance No. 164 with the original J. M. Powers, Superintendent of ing the sickness and death of our he
file in my office, and of which I am City School, Salem.
lped son and brother, Frauk Narup.
3. Scott, Marraion (Pocket Class According to the Oregon al of last be low. In London choice hops are on
M r . and M rs . F red N a r ip
ics.) Macmillan, 25c, 22c.
H. M. Crooks, President of Albany
stronger. It reports as follows:
| There will also be a wide range, ac- rect transcript thereof and the whole College, Albany.
and F amily .
A. One half from texts: Newcon ,1 “There was more business in the COrding to quality, in prices here.
R. F. Robinson, Superintendent of
Witness my hand and seal of the Multnomah
eFs English Literature, and Newcom- Oregon hop market yesterday than The following cables were received
of Childrens and Missri
er’s American Literature.
!ever before in ,he hi,t0TY °* the lrade- by Klaber, Wolf it Netter yesterday
L. R. Alderman, Instructor in Ore
advertised in tbia
B. One-half from the following Not less than 4000 bales were
gon State University, Eugeue.
a lot offered at
E. D. Ressler. President of State
1. Shakespeare. Julius Caesar alone.
Normal School, Monmouth.
I«» than H‘lf Price' "ee windc,r
(Riv. lit. ser.) Houghton, 25c, 22c. deal of excitement in the trade here “Saaz—No change in market to re-
Miss Flossie We.therred was pianist, display and Ad of Hoffman and Allen
Sunday School Entertained
2. Ruskin, Sesame and Lilies ( Riv; and in parts of the bop-growing countr;. port.
The doors of the Congregational Chas. H. Jones had charge of the Co.
lit. ser.) Houghton. 25c, 22c.
i The feature of the day was the
Ordinance No. 164.
church were thrown wide open Friday music, and Joseohine S. Case was Let THE NEWS do your job work.
3. Carlyle, Essay on Burns and sweeping opeiations of Klaber, Wolf it
We gua-antee good workmanship
Bums’ Poems (Pocket Classics) Mac- Netter in the Dallas section. They An ordinance to prevent spitting on evening and the children and many of *eCT-u *F- ______________
sto :k and most reasonable prices.
cleaned out the section absolutely. sidewalks, in sheet cars, public stair- the parents were welcomed by the —Bailey will buy your Wool and We print
millan 25c, 22c.
The first figure is the publisher's ouying everything that was for sale ways, halls, churches, school houses or Ladies Aid and the teachers of the Mohair.