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FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1908.
about the first of the month and en
deavored to cash a check of 81200,
drawn on a bank at Claremont, Iowa.
bank, however, refused to cash
TO PORTLAND The
the paper, but instead took it for
T R U E P R O P H E TS A N D F A LSE .
HOW TO TEST THEM.
"I will not deny that there nmy be prophets to-day, but the trouble la ta
tell the true prophets from the false ones. The Bible says that false prophets
will rise. It tells us how to distinguish the false from the true. It sajs:
*By their fruits ye shall know them.’ ”—William J. Bryan's Speech at Balti
more, Jan. 20, 1900.
Saturday, Oct. 31, at 2 p. m., at the
county court house, is so great that it
is earnestly believed that there will be
a very large attendance. We look for
a favorable report from the committee
in order that a stock company can be
organized under the laws of the state,
board of directors elected, land leased
or purchased for a fait grounds, site
and buildings constructed thereon in
time to hold the first fair next fall.
A cordial invitation is extended to
every one to come out and help us at
the next meeting to make the Wash
ington cuunty fair the most complete
county fair in the state.
G rant M ann ,
Sec’y of Meeting.
Cornelius, Ore., Oc t. 20, ’08.
Dr. Hines is confined to the house
with an attack o bronchitis.
The Art Club held their meeting at
the Studio in Marsh Hall. Oct. 15th.
Four new members were added to the
club. The subject for study was
“ Rosi Eonheur.”
NEW SCHOOL -
HOUSE IS NEEDED
This seemed agreeable to McLain,
Oregon Electric to Start Schedule and to show that he was all to the
Crowded Condition ol tbe Public
g x>d, he rented a house and ordered
BR Y A N PROPHECIES.
School (¡rowing Serous.
several hundred dollars’ worth of furni
“TARIFF WILL CRUSH THE FARMER.”
ture, having it delivered at the rented
T h e A n s w e r In 1908.
1802, Free Trade.
He also bought on credit a “Thus in every State, so far as these The answer is found In the prevail
TIME REDUCED 3D MINUTES p lot operty.
of rough lumber which had been statistics have been collected, the pro ing good prices for grain, corn, hogs,
400 STUDENTS ENROLLED
of home-owning farmers is de cattle, hay and all the products
used in the street fair and had one load portion
creasing and that of tenant farmers in of the farm, together with ths
of it moved.
creasing. This means but one thing: it fact that since the date of Can
First Car of New Schedule Reached
I McLain suddenly disappeared, and means a land of landlords and tenants, didate Bryan's “crushing" speech.
New Teachers Needed and Ntw
Hillsboro Monday— Officers of
shortly afterward, word was received and. backed by the history of every Western farm lands have doubled In
Seats Have Been Bought—
that has gone down, I say to value, and thousands of “tenant” farm
Company Inspect Road.
from the Iowa bank that the officials of nation
Academy May Quit.
the concern knew no such man, nor people under a free government when ous home-owners, tilling their own land
h id he any money on deposit subject the great majority of its citizens are in peace, happiness and plenty. Under
From Portland to Hillsboro in forty t ) check, or any other assets in its tenants of a small minority."—William the National Irrigation Act, and the
speech on the protective tar Republican conservation movement, the
Fully 400 scholars are enrolled in
minutes, and from Portland to Forest keeping. McLain was here about two J iff Bryan;
in the Nation!11 House of Represen West is soon to be the Intense agricul
public school in this city. Thi t
Grove in fifty minutes will be the run weeks and received but 815 on his tatives, March lii, ls'.i'J.
tural and horticultural producing area
that the condition of the schc 1
ning time of the Oregon Electric when representations, and part of this he left
of the United States.
crowded, in fact to
the road is finished and properly in the town. His present vrhere-
“GOLD STANDARD WI1 ,L DESTROY HOMES.”
abouts is unknown.
1806, Free Colnaire!—16 to l.
T h e A n e w e r In 1 9 0 8 .
Another car entered Hillsboro Mon
“I reply that, if protection has The gold standard has “slain” no
Already the school board has foreseen
day which is heralded as the first car of DEMOCRATIC RALLY FRIDAY slain its thousands, the gold standard one, nor did It write the “future
R. R. BUTLER CUMING.
has slain its tens of thousands.”— in blood,” nor did It destroy our
the necessity of a new building ai d
the new schedule which is being
William J. Bryan; speech at Demo homes nor foreclose the farm mort
started from Portland to Hillsboro this
cratic National Convention. July, 189ti. gage. nor did It close the dis Will Speak in Masonic Hall Mon it is At being
of the board last Sat
week as announced in The News last Big Crowd Out to Hear "Other “The Democratic party has begun a trict school ; on the contrary. It has
day, Oct. 26.
week. Col. Harry Haynes was in
that new serfs
Portland Mondav and was invited to
no quarter. We shall prosecute our dividual progress and happiness, aided dress the voters of Forest Grove ai d have been bought, and there is no
come out to Hillsboro on the first car
warfare until there is not an American iu paying oft the farm mortgage and
which was run as a trip for inspection. ic party was touched off in Masonic citizen who dares to advocate the gold expanding the country's educational fa vicinity next Monday evening Oct. 26, place to put them. Every room ia
You ask why? We reply cilities.
at Masonic hall, Mr. Butler is a crowded but more especially the Fiist
The car left Portland about one Hall of this city last Friday night when standard.
man born and educated in the and Second an 1 Sixth and Seventh
o’clock with Mr. Turner of the eon- Milton Miller and E. S. J. McAllister, against the human race, and that we our country ns
never known before. ymng
South,” and a speaker of ct n- grades are overflowing. In the Sev
s.ruction company, Mr. Nevin of the two of the biggest exponents of the should no more Join In It than we would Americans are the happiest and most
prominence. He has taken enth grade there are 48 pupils red
pissenger department, G. M. Mc “ donk” in Oregon, lighted the fuse j destroy our families."—William I. Bry
in the campaign and has 43 seats. The same conditions pre
Dowell right of way agent, Col.
an; speech at Albany, N. Y.. August.
reeeived all over vail in the First and Second grades.
Haynes and several others of the com
of the state The corp of teachers was strengthened
pany on board. It made the trip to
“NO MORE FOURTH OF JULY.”
fail to by adding an assistent to the Princi
Beaverton in just twenty-five minutes
T h e A n s w e r In 1008.
but was delayed several minutes on Upon the platform were seated “The fight this year will be to carry Answer this for yourself. Do you h >ar him. The ladies are especially pal’s department, but it is said by the
board that two more teachers could be
the main line in passing two freights. Messrs. N. J. Walker, V. S Abraham, out the sentiment of that song we have know of any spot In the United States invited to be present.
used but how to arrange for them rr
so often repeated: ‘My Country, 'tis where the spirit of 1776 is dead and
The Col. says the ride to Beaverton
to put them is another question.
was most delightful as the car scooted
our children's children will not suc meaningless date on the calendar?
understood that the board is
along at a lively rate and with perfect
ceed to the spirit of that song, and cel On the other hand the humblest citi attorney and a good speaker, would ac unanimous
for adding the Eleventh
zen is growing prouder of his American
ease. On this side of Beaverton the
grades next year, which
road is not quite as smooth as the bal
Grove a complete
deliver a short address.
lasting is rough but good time was struggling mass of humanity across the to the Bryan Home Guards, Lincoln,
also been said
made. Several stops were made to in seas; but that we have been a trust, Neb., July, 1900.
has made it
spect the line and bridges and every money and tariff ridden nation, these
“ROOSEVELT THE SPIRIT OF WAR ”
school «ill .
thing was found to be in first class many years—all of which blight of
T h e A n s w e r In 190 8.
Kesler Passed Away Tuesday add the other two grades, it would dis
shape to begin running cars at once.
“I would rather gflo down to eternal President Roosevelt, Instead of rep-
continue the academv, however, this it
at Age of 79.
tbe “spirit of war,” stand*
The iton has been laid to the bridge twinkling of an eye were the Demo- oblivion than be Instrumental in the resenting
not authoritively stated.
at Dairy creek from Hillsboro and the
big fill is nearly completed. The cut eulogized income tax at great length, diana.
generation. History will In full home Tuesday morning alter long suf
District S. S. Convention.
“The surrender of the present Presi seai-on award him the titles he fering at the age of 79 years. De
on the Greenhale place, it is reported,
dent (Roosevelt) to corporate Influ has Justly won, and the greatest of ceased was born in Pennsylvania Sept On Saturday, Oct. 31, the District
has been started and good headway is for ten years, but neglected to limbo, ences
furnishes an excellent proof of these will be “The Peacemaker,” In 21, 1829. He moved with his parents Sunday School Convention will be held
of Judge Parker in making spite of Candidate Bryan's assault upon
That it was the intention of the Ore Hon. E. S. J. McAllister was the the statement he has. But President him In 1904. Under President Itooav to Wauson, near Dayton, Ohio, and in at the Christian church of this city com
policies the United States has 1851 was married to Miss Caroline mencing at 9 30 A. M. and closing at
gon Electric to make good time out on second and last speaker. He is a Roosevelt stands for militarism. • • • velt's
its place In the front rank of Hettinger, who died Jan. 17, 1856. 4.30 P. M.. Following is the program.
the Forest Grove division is very ap
House (Roosevelt) represents in an ag world powers. Taft Is committed to He was married again to Miss Eliza
Devotional exersises, Rev. J. M.
parent by the fact that no sharp curves
gravated form the warlike spirit, as continuing these policies
contrasted with the pacific policy that
nor heavy grades were allowed in the
has heretofore characterized our na
awav Feb. 20, 1876.
construction of the road. From far ! He said that Bryan had not repudiated tion."—William
J. Bryan, In a speech
Paper, Relation of the Sunday
below Beaverton to Forest Grove the
at Springfield, Mo., Sept. 1, 1904, where
to the Church, Rev. H. Gould.
he accused President Roosevelt of sur
line is as straight as a crow flies. Ffty
Sinday Schorl Teacher as a
minutes to Portland will reduce the
Mrs. C. T. Clapp.
Cloud, Nebraska, and two years later
time now maintained by the S. P. by ! that the Republican’s idea of govern timents.
Class, Mrs. H. Gould.
‘GOVERNMENT MUST OWN RAILWAYS.”
Ellen J. Nice. They lived in Neb. The duty of the Sunday School
people haven’t got enough sense to
Th«» A n s w e r I n 1 0 0 8 .
until 1903 when they moved to Forest teachers to the Sunday School; The
rule; that the Democratic party was 1 9 0 6 , R a T p r n M f i i l O w . r n h l p o f
R a ilw a y ..
The hr, ml meaning of Candidate Grove.
duty of Sunday Schrol to the teacher,
The State Association of the Con
“I have already reached the conclu Bryan's remarks on this subjeet Is Deceased was a prominent member A. B. Fitch.
alon that railroads partake so much that railway regulation by statute
gregational Church is now convened
the nature of a monopoly that they law is Impossible, and that "gov of the G. A. R.. He was a member Tern rerance an 1 goo 1 citizenship,
at the Hassalo Church in Portland. hero came forth to deliver the people of
must ultimately become public property, ernment ownership” la the only of the M. E. church in Nebraska but L. L. Hollinger, Co. Supt.
The meetings opened Tuesday morn Hong Kong, and the United States, and be managed by public official* In remedy for transportation abuaes never transfered since coming to this Recess.
ing and will close Friday evening.
the Interest of the whole community.— 1 he enactment of the Federal Rate law place. He was a good husband and Question Box, Rev. C. F. Clapp.
There is a good number of ministers depend on the same thing, that is the William J. Bryan; Home-coming speech has totally disproved tbe claims of father
and a patient sufferer. He Teachers Training Class, Rev. C.
Candidate Bryan and vividly displayed
and delegates attending and besides amount of work to be done and the at New York City, August, 1906.
hia unsound reasoning on fraat public leaves to mourn his loss, bes des h s A. Sias.
the usual business of the Association,
wife, four of his own children, A. L. of Presentation of Diplomas.
there are some good programs being he did not tell us. as an economist
The successful Sunday School
FOR COUNTY ASSOCIATION of twelve well known men to confer Biaverton. John, a printer at Asto ia,
carried out. There are a good many
Miss Emma B. Ponfield.
with the peop'e of their rtspective
fluent speakers present. Rev. Van
of a Sunday School
localities as to the advisability of
Horn of Seattle will address the Chris
Meeting Held at Hillsboro Saturday
Teacher, Prof. O. M. Gardner.
tian Endeavor Societies Friday Even
for County Fair.
The tames of the following promi Nice and Mrs. Nora Wilhelmson of
ing. Friday afternoon the delegates cheap labor friends across the seas.
and substantial citizens of th* this city.
will be treated to a Trolly ride over
program will be ren
anything of the benefits to accrue from last Saturday for tbe purpose of taking county were placed on the c: nominee: The funeral was held from the resi dered at the Christian
bank security scheme. However, the initial steps towards holding an an John Dennis, Hillsboro; J. E. Reeves, dence at T.30 P. M. yesterday under Sunday evening in memory
Among those attending from the the
gave us a brilliant word picture in nual county fair. Wm. Schulmerich Cornelius; J. W. Hughes, Dilley; A. tie auspices of the G. A. R. and the E. Moses. National President of Helen
Grove are Rev. and Mrs. Clapp, Rev. he
and Mrs. Folsom, Prof. Bates Mrs. conclusion, comparing William Jen o( Hillsboro was elected chairman and T. Buxton, Forest Grove; Ferd Groner, interment was at Forest View cemeiry. Christian Woman's Board of Missions;
nings Bryan to the lowly Nazarene Grant Mann of Cornelius elected sec Scholls; W. K. Newell, Gaston; E. S. Th* M M. S. met at Miss Con The Mexican Maiden’s Message,
Barber and Miss Pennfield.
The meetings are proving most in bursting from the tomb and left a retary of the meeting. John Dennis. Willis. Banks; Alfred Gerber, Helvetia; stance Geiger’s, October 17. There Leata Newton.
teresting and helpful to all who are at pseudo good taste in our mouth: by Mayor of Hillsboro, addressed this pre A. N. Cutting, Sherwood; Anton Her were several games played after which Exercise, ten'Juniors.
tending and will put the various promising to give us a big feed if Bry liminary meeting and urgently advised mans. Verboort; Alex. Chalmers, Cen Miss Constance announced that there Solo, India’s Waiting. Hazel Aldrich.
terville; Wm. Schulmerich, Farming- paper dolls were hidden about the The Children’s Part, Salome Sias.
Congregational churches of the state an does not carry Ohio by 75,000.
more in touch with each other.
rooms. This caused a great deal of luu. Talk on Orphanage Work, Miss
The Rebekah Lodge of this city J. W. Hughes, of Dilley, spoke in
gave a banquet at the I. O. O. F. favor of getting at work at once while The report of this delegation it After every nook and corner had been Mary Sias.
Bad Check Artist Failed.
Hall last evening to the Rebekah public sentiment was in favor of the awaited with interest by all friends of searched and re-searched, the hostess Solo, Home of the Soul, Wanda
The Oregonian correspondent at Lodges of Banks and Gaston at 6.30 move, and strongly emphasized the the movement to reinstate the success- awarded a prize to Misa Ethel Loomis Todd.
Hillsboro has the following to say con o’clock. New members were initiated fact that we should have a county fair ful county fairs that were held here J for finding the greatest number. Hav Talk on Life of Moaes, Mrs. A. B.
when some of our honored pioneers j ing aroused a good appetite they all Todd.
cerning a bal check artist of that place: into the order later in the evening and and not a one-town affair.
were at the helm, and tbe importance repaired to the dining room where a Quartet, Abide With Me, Misaes
A painter, passing by the name of a thoroughly enjoyable evening was
the next meeting which will be held | dainty lunch was served.
Newman, Jackson, Aldrich, Newma*.
R. C. McLain arrived in Hillsboro