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HINGTON COUNTY NEWS
LAST GUN OF
THE CAMPAIGN FIRES
FOREST GROVE, WASHINGTON CO., ORE., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1908.
monthly payments, still people will
buy the same thing exactly from trav
eling agents and pav $350 cash. This
is a fact. Why do they do it? Is
hot air worth that much difference to
them? Is the experience they obtain
) Irom getting STUNG worth that much?
I If not, then, WHY DO THEY DO IT?
Butler, of Condou, Spoke ' The home dealer is your best friend.
I He treats you right. He buys the
j farmers produce. He gives work to a
great many people. He pays taxes
and helps to build up your home town.
When you help him you are helping
AUOiENCE PRESENT yourself, the town and country you live
000 employees who receive $900,-
000,000 in wages. Average $600
The savings banks have $600,000,-
000 invested in railroad securities, in
which every one of the 8,500,000
| savers is interested. Banks and insur
ance companies own two billion dol'ars
Hon. K. K.
01 railroad securities. Insurance com- Suulhern Pacific Co. Will Send Den-
i panies have 25,000,000 policy holders
strat.on Train Here.
aud the banks have 15,000.000 ac-
| counts on their books All these are
seriously it terested in the prosperity of
i the raihoaus.
A very conservative estimate places WcDKESDVf, NOVEMBER 411,
the numoer ol persons interested in
corpoiatious as 20.000 000.
Rain of Dollars.
U. S Steel has 110,000 share
holders, of whom 35,000are employees Oregon Agricultural College Will
Rev. A. J. Folsom of this city was
who own $12,000,000 worth of stock.
Make Demonstrations of Prac
Makes Able Address— Guar
showered with dollars in Portland last
tical Farming— Farmer»
anty Bank Theory
holders, near y 12,000 of whom have
for'Aid for Home Missions.’ The,
Journal in speaking of the meeting i
commenced. Pennsylvania lines have
80.000, ol whom 26,471 are women
"Public speakers often have been
I holding shares of the lines east of The Farming Demonstration train cf
visited with showers of bad eggs’
Pittsburg. The sugar corporation has
rotten tomatoes and other objectiona-
Southern Pacific Company will
20,000; S.audard Oil 5.500; National the
Masonic Hall was filled to overflow- ] ble missies but Friday morning at the
Forest Grove depot at 11:10
Biscuit 7,500, of whom 2,400 are em a. m. next
ing Monday night when the last politi- Congregational conference of Oregon,
Wednesday, Nov. 4. It
ployees who own $800,000 ol the will
cal meeting was held under the aus- : a speaker was forced to dodge in all [
until 12:45 or about
pices of the Taft-Sherman club. Hon. directions to avoid a shower of dollars.
giving the farmei,
Since the slump of last fall the num and all interested one
R R. Butler of Condon, and presiden-1 It wa s during an impassioned plea
of the greate t
rial elector for Oregon delivered the for funds to be used by the Home
and learn moie
railway and commercial enterprises has ’.bout farming. The project
principal address, and he was preceed- Missionary society that Rev. Folsom
grown from 262,800 to 377.300 an in formulated by the Oregon Agricultur.
ed by Frederich Steiwer of Portland, asked for one dollar from each and
who made a short address.
every Congregational minister in the
In the eleven railways embraced in the ing furnished and hauled over the sta'e
Mrs. McEldowney sang in her us- state. The money to be used, if ob-
above the increase m stockholders has free
ually good manner and was heartily ap tained, in publishing a quarterly report
of charge by the Southern Pacif c
beeu 57 i er cent.”
plauded. She was accompanied on of the society.
the piano by Mrs. Macrum.
j "W ill you give it, my hiends?
The hour the train will spend here
H. H. Stuait promoted.
President Barnes next introduced the One dollar apiece?”
comes at a time in the day—at p o o l —
first speaker, Mr. Steiwer. who entered “ Yes!” came back the almost unani-!
H. H. Stuart, superintendent of when every farmer for miles around
into a denunciation of Bryan’s theory mous answer.
New Schedule of Oregon Electric Rail Freight Shipments Must Be Labeled the Pacific Coast Condensed Milk Co., can be present.
of guaranteeing bank deposits. He "W hen?” came the abrupt query of
has been promoted to a position on The train will be made up of sev< n
as You Would Address a Letter.
way to Hillsobro
gave a clear diagnosis of the scheme Mr. Folsom, and the entire audiance
the board ol directors. Mr. Stewart cars, and will leave Portland for tl e
and denounced it as not only unfair to laughed, but there was one disciple The first car of the regular schedule A new ruling has been made in the with his family will leave in about ten West side trip at 8:00 a. m., and tl e
all interests but as dangerous to the whose wit was as quick as that of the on the Oregon Electric from Hillsboro Western classification of freight ship diys for the Seattle office and will re first stop will be made at Hillsboro ai d
well being of our financial system. man on the platform, and he shouted, to Portland arrived in the former place ments, that requires freight shippers to side in that citv.
then Forest Grove.
His argument was fair and forceful. "Right now!” and with that he let flv at 8:05 this morning. About all the mark their packages, less carloads,
This will be a veritable “ farm in
and if there were any advocates of the a big round doller, which struck the preliminary arrangements have been with the full name of consignee, in
The first car. Agriculture. w:ll
theory here among the Republicans or wall behind the speaker and rang on made. H. H. Cronise will be the stead of the old way of using initials
co.itain grains of all kinds; second cai,
agent at Hillsboro.
Independents their ideas were put to the rostrum a second later,
Dairying; third, Horticulture; fourtl,
route. Mr. Steiwer is a young attor-j This was the keynote for ihe rest of The Evening Telegram of Tuesday "Each package, bundle or piece of
a model cow stable, containing two
nev of Portland and was educated in them, and while Mr. Folsom sheltered contained the following information:
•.tails, two cows and a milking machine
himself behind the pulpit dollars galore “ Additional and faster service in the ly and indelibly marked, showing the
in operation; tilth, a coach; sixth, a
One of the features which elicited flew past him and were gathered up by way of limited trains which will make name of consignee, and the name of
sleeper; seventh, for business.
but a single stop between Portland and [
the most applause was the College j the moderator.
It is the intention of the train to
quartet, composed of Haskel Ferrin, j "Thank you,” said Mr. Folsom and Hillsboro—that at Garden Home j to which destined.
practical demonstration of all lints
Junction on the main Portland Salem j Pasted labels or securely fastened
H. E. Witham, Avon Jesse and Archie \ then proceeded with his address.
besides there will be ler-
line—will be inaugurated in the course i cloth-lined metal or leather tags mav
Markee, who sang a parady to the tune
known persons in each
ol a few weeks, and the company will | be used, when chiracter of .he freight
More About Wrong Woman.
of “ Clementine.” The song was
department, The list of demonstratois
also put on an "Owl.” or after-theater |
composed by B. Casner Suit, a well
train leaving Portland some time | Old marks must be removed or ef
known musician about town. The
Dr Jas. Withycombe, Director Ore
faced before packages, bund'es or
song dealt principally with Bryan’s in Sheriff Geo. Hancock of Washington around midnight.
wilt be accepted for tramp rt-
clination to always run for president county, made a mistake that might j The initial service which goes into i pieces
M. O. Lownsdale, Horticulturist.
have cost him a lot of money, but only | effect Thursday will enable Hillsboro tation.
A. B. Cordley, Entomologist.
and his humorous theories.
freight is consigned to a place
Mr. Butler spoke next and in a cost him a buggy ride and a laugh at j people to get a train for Portland at j not When
I. Lewis, Horticulturist.
located on the line of a railroad,
6:30 o’clock in the morning, arriving
D Scudder, Agrnomist.
masterly effort arraigned the opposi his expense.
package, bundle or piece must
tion’s positions on most ol the issues. Mrs. H. C. Pearson was charged here at 7:30. The next train leaves each
be marked with the name of the He will be succeeded at this plant Prof. R. W. Kent,
He began with the birth of the Re with being insane. The Sheriff hiked Hillsboro at 8:25 and connects with station
at which the consignee will ac bv P. G. Kinzer ol St. Louis. The turist.
publican party in Michigan and fol- out, found a Mrs. Pearson and brought the through train from Portland to cept delivery,
if destined to a place Hillsboro plant will be under the di Mr. Harry Asbahr, Herdsman.
lowed its course to the present time. her into court, and then the fun com Salem on the main line at Garden reached by a or,
line, the name of rection of Mr. Pateison.
B Miller, General Freight Agent,
He made a strong plea for the election menced. The Sheriff and Judge
railroad station be marked on each Mr. Stuart has been a trusted em will H. accompany
of Taft, the business man as against found they had a Mrs. Humphrey The first southbound train on the the
ploye of the concern for several years The train will the
Bryan the theorist, and stated that no j Pearson; however, after a little talk all new line will leave Portland at 7:05 a. Freight not marked according to the and
his promotion is a well earned one. will visit all the important eight
m. and arrives at Hillsboro one hour
farmer who had in his employ a man | around, Mrs. Pearson stated that she later.
train leaves here at above requirements will be rated one The many friends of Mr. Stewart and state. It is hoped that every farmer,
who looked after the details of his faim was not much hurt, the Sheriff had j 9 a. m. The For next
plant will be sorry to have them leave, fruit grower, and dairymen will be
the present, the last car j class higher,
cared for the crops, stock and all else, j j1 tried to be as polite and kind as possi-
Portland to Hillsboro will leave Freight consigned to a place of but wish them success.
present. This Is certainly a golden
would, under any circumstance dis- j i ble on the long ride, and agreed that from
at 6:30 p. m., arriving at Hills which there are two or more of the
charge him and put in his place a man | if he would hire a good rig, agree to here
boro at 7:30, but as announced by the same name in^he State, must have the
of all theories and no experience. He talk and tell stories at the same rate traffic
officials of the road, this schecule name of the County marked on each Estate of Ulrich Fuegv, deceased.
Democratic Meeting Tonight.
dealt at some length on the public that he did when he drove her in, and is provisional
to change package, bundle or piece, and also S M Tunstall, B D Cooley and Peter The Democrats will hold a ral y in
debt and showed that after the war the a so supply a first class dinner, she without notice. and It subject
Grissen apoointed appraiser. Inven Masonic Hall tonight. For speakers
will be revised in shown on the shipping receipt.
country was overwhelming in debt, would not sue him for false arrest. the course of the next
and appraisement filed.
have Col. M. E. Gibson, Rev.
but by the conservative administrations The last seen of Sheriff Hancock and the arrival of the additional equipment factory to shippers and consignees, as tory Estate
of F W King, deceased. In S. they P. will
Blake, Hon. R. B. Coulter and
of the Republican party it was reduced Mrs. Pearson they were both eating at which Generil Manager Guv W. Tal well as beneficial to all in insuring ventory and
to $64,000,000, but under the two the hotel; the Sheriff with a painfully bot has been purchasing in the East prompt and accurate deliveries, which praisement filed and aDproved. Ad Hon. John Stevenson, son of State
Cleveland administrations it was polite smile, trying to help Mrs. Pear- this
Fall. Some of this rolling stock cannot, at all times, be relied upon ministrator authorized to sell personal Game Warden Stevenson of this p ace.
plunged again in debt to double that son to everything on the iable, and should
early in November, giv where merely initials and simple marks | property.
amount. The speaker by his natural the fastest span of horses in Forest ing more arrive
Estate of John Losli, insane. In- S. G. Morgon of this place h*d a
for both the main line j are used.”
fluency painted the picture of the j Grove, hitched to a new buggy, was
and appraisement filed and ap thrilling experience last Thursday night
and the Hillsboro division.
Democrats pleading for the election of waiting for them at the door.
Guardian authorized to sell that he won’t soon forget. He started
Cleveland a second time. They said j
out in the afternoon (or Haims’ power
Letter From W. R. Harm .
his greatness and strategy was of such
Headquarters Jas. B. Matthews Post Estate of Rebecca Miller, deceased. plant up Scoggins Valley, taking a
porportions that he could reach up and
Mackinaw, 111. Oct. 20. with Salem, as well as with Portland. No. 6. G. A. R.
Last will and testament admitted to new trail to him, but before he reached
bring heaven to earth.” “ The demo Editor News:
J C Miller appointed execu his destination darkness overtook him.
same will be true when the ex Whereas, it has pleased the great
crats,” continued the speaker, "elect I arrived at my destination Sunday The
John Lnftis. O ! Fearing he would be lost he conclud
ed him again but instead of his reach the 11th. Was held up six hours by a pleted and ready for operation a few Captain-General of the Universe to Wescott and F bonds
appointed ed to spend the night where was. Being
ing up and bringing heaven to earth, wreck between Galesburg and Peoria. weeks hence.”
promote our beloved comrade, David appraisers.
j without matches he was unable to light
he reached down—and raised hell.” It is hot dry and windy; have had no Work on this end of the line is be Kessler, late Sergeant in Co. H 100
a fire and in order to keep warm,
rain since July to speak of. Corn is ing pushed forward. The big fill at i Regt. Ohio Vol. Inft. to a higher rank Henry A Smith and Julia Murphy. walked around a tree until earlv morn
Why Do They Do It ?
ing gray appeared, wher, he found the
good in spots. The apple crop as far Dairy creek was completed Monday In the Grand Army in the Great Be- \
| trail again and his destination was only
One thing is hard to understand and as we could see from the train is a evening and work on the cut on the yond.
New Lumber Yard.
Whereas, by his death (which oc- j
I a tnile away.
that is, why people will continue to failure in Nebraska, Iowa and Illinois, Hale place was immediately begun curred
21st day of October.' Harry Underhill and Gus Gardner On Tuesday evening, October 27,
sand away for goods or buy from travel- They are paying $1 per bushel for ci- It is estimated that there is about one 191»H. ) on the the
has lost a kind father | are making anangements to open up a the Artisans held their regular meet-
ing agents, when they can get the j der apples or at least that is all the week's work there before the tracklay and husband family
Country a true : lumber yard here in the next few days, i ing. After business and initiation«
same thing from the nome dealer for 1 kind I have seen since coming here, ing will be started. The ties are
citizen, now therefore be it
Mr. Underhill has purchased the lot the evening was pleasantly spent in
less money. Here are a few facts that j I examitfed a carload yesterday from string from the Hale place to Cornel loyal
ol J. W. Fuqua, on First games appropriate to the Hallowe en
can be proven, if any one will take the Pennsylvania that we would
ius. The station at that place is near widow, children and friends of the de- j street building
to the Oregon season. A bountiful supper was pre
trouble to investigate. The Standard low to go to the cider mill. I think ing completion, and the one on Col. ceased Comrade, our sincere sympathy Electric depot grounds.
The new pared consisting of coffee, pumpkin
Edison Phonograph with one dozen Illinois needs a fruit inspector pretty Haynes’ place is about finished.
doughnuts, cakes, apples, etc.
records cost $29.20 whether you buy bad. Some of our fruit men had bet
the last resting place shall be kept doors and a general line of building pie,
delegation from the Dilley
in Forest Grove, Portland, Chicago, ter ship a few carloads to Peoria and Miss Anna Johnson, daughter of Mr. adorned
in the festivities.
New York or any where else, as they show them what apples look like. and Mrs. C. N. Johnson of Spring Hill save.
Wells are going dry and unless it rains
are contract goods.
Miss Josephine Baber writes from
met with a painful accident last
Still every week people are taken in soon we will have a water famine. farm,
Tenn. that she will soon
by fake advettisemerrt and pay $29.20 This kind o f weather makes Oregon in the face by her hors-. The animal Publics Share in Great Corpo-
She will stop in Tex
is why the Oregon Electric snould lay as and visit several
besides $5.00 or $6.00 express charg seem pretty good to me.
places in Calilorain
es for the same thing thev can obtain
(P iib ltr
Philadelphia, Ocl. 4, 190H)
tate, west of First street, and then
w. R. H a r r is .
at horre, see what they get and hear
crossed the street coming up from be "The average yearly earnings of the within a week, buikl a fence across 'he The friends of Mrs. E. Cook will bn
the records besides saving the expense ^
without speaking to the horse
track, rendering its use impossible. glad to learn that she it much im
of transportation, avoiding unnecessary L. R. Rimes, brpther-in law of J T. hind was
rendered unconscious for some to the yearly average of employees of Local puzzle solvers are hard at work proved in health.
delay and annoyance. WHY DO Eletcher, and family of Fall City, Ore. She
was removed to the residence railway«.
on the problem.
I are visiting the latter. It has been 36 time C and
Chas. Roe and wife spent the day,
THEY DO IT?
O Roe. At first it was thought Figure it out for yourself. The-e
Here is another case. A certain ! years since Mr. Kinnes was in Forest of
work on his Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. N. John
style Ludwig piano has been sold here Grove and he no'es many improve- marred for life, put such is not tue case., $30,000,000 in dividends; and 1,500,- new house on North Main street.
son at Spring HiU Farm.
lor years by a local dealer for $275 on | menu.
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