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BEVERTON, WASHINGTON COWrYOKEGON, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 9, 1915.
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SCHOOL NEWS discoveries tell :
SPECIAL PLAK FOR v;:;'- :
,' OREGQHERSj ;
A plan tor giving jublio recognition tq
! teachers of the (ate, -wk have
The exploring excavations in tie Mesa
Verde- Naliona! Park which the Depart'
jfroved thenuerves lo' be 'progieisive. aa. , mem M tkjWjnieripr is conducira prsty
Well as auccessfyfcVt heir work, has been the directjop of Dr. Jesse w. of
announced by uperitJndent of public. f the Smitrisdnian institution, ai "aeCMsf
, Instruction J. A. thurcltill. - To all teach " ful to1 a dtrw scarcely ancipate w!(n
lira who meet tne "V requiremsnui : tne wpm was oegun,
.Wonted by the state supemsehdent, there
will be aiven'mfessioiwl teaaheW- certi
ficates wlucli tn certify ta! the boldera
flave not only taght successfully during
the preceding vearj' but fliaf'they are
progressive and have shown a propev pso
fessional spirit toward their work.
The certificate will he issued by the bu
perintendent of public instruction upon
the sutercent of the county superinten
dent that ail of the requirements have
been met, pd that the tearher dase'nres
especial recognition 01 nis attainments.
' While- the Wtificate will in itself not
entitle tile' 'holder to teach, it vAn be of
great' assstanc'to school boards in help
ing tberoJSfl select thoroughly progressive
and up-to-date teachers, who have been
esreciallypSuccessful in their work,
' The requirements which must be met
'or the professional teachers' certificates
4ye as follows: v V
i. Havihg' taughi wcceaafully ffir at
least eight monthV during; he year
1S15-J91. 1 ' '
' 2. Having met all of the requirements
for a teacher fa a standard gchool, and
having compiled, stricttywith the lawre
ating to fire dangers and ere drills.
3. Having sent promptly to the county
superintendent all repbrts requested by
llim, er required by to.'"
4. Having attended the annual teach
ers' institute Or eacbers's training school,
and at least one local itetttute."
5. Having read during the year, under
the supervision iif the tlniversity of Ore
gon or the Oregon 'Agricultural College,
at least two books on the teachers' read
ing circle list; '
''The teachers duriiuj the annual insti-
...to unhJ tn nhaoKv what IS known as
Parents' day, a dayVhen every person in
the county will be Tiyvited to visit the
Thjs' said Enos Mills, author and nat
uralist, when interviewed 9& his b,ume
under the sharwif Long's Feaf, He has
recently returned from an examination cf
the work so far atxqinplished by the ousy
"The new xcqvatlon." continued Mr.
Mills, "is across the canyon from )he $a
mous Cliff Pajace! This palace, a the re
markable brehistdi 1c cky ti foolishly call
ed, glands bctieat"!1 the rim of the east
aide bf tl canyon, 'while the astonishing
structure first unearthed. stan((s upop the
rim jf the weii side, . . .
1 Of Gut and Polishud Slont:
"For many years visitors to tKe Mesa
Verde National Park have noticed a huge
mound opposite the Cliff Palace Uh trees
growing upon ft. ' arquserl'a "greaf
deal of curiosity, and mairyhaVe'been 'he
speculations concerning its meanlr'lfc es
pecially when stones were discovered
emerging from it thai evidently had been
cut by toils in the hand of man. It is this
mound which (be Department qf he In
terior determined to explore and' under
which Dr. FeSkes' has ju.s$tfound the
most rerharkable prehistoric structure
north of the Aztec ardljitectufe In Mexice.'
This splendKl 'structure jis of cirlj and
polished atone, The building has the form
of a capital D. The straight eleva'.ion'is
123 feet'lon and the curved pat !j45
feet The outer walls jrs double, and be
tween thfcm are a series of narrow rooms,
As the outer walls are unbroken, the en
trance to this qt!idlng ' must have been
either subterranean or by the'QVeans of
ladders (fonvjih tqe . top. ' '
' Dr. Fewlcea' Theory
"Dr. Fewkes believes the juin was an
uncompleted fortress abandoned when
the cliff, dwellers' disappeared troW the
Rocky Mountain region. He does not
school. . Tattle Miich now seems toU thjnk the ddWeliei' wre extennl-
the most popular is January 19.
The Kansas1 City schoot district No. 56
is preparing to build a play shed, ''
nated, however, bnt believes that about
the time they abandoned' their unfinished
fortress they had beoome strong enough
to leave "(heir mountain refuges and
mingle with the iribes of the lowlariils.
After that, oerhaos. thev became amalsa-
Prof. Myer, representing the I mated with the various Indian rac and
p. A. C, made a hurried viait t6 ; lost their separate identity.
' thifl county recently in the inter-1 "At Moki Spring, a short distance from
; est of Washington Cpw'Testing! ruinl theree
im ui B A v J .. tree-grown mounds very sunilar in ap-
Association. It Wjll Boon be tlljie to the one just excavated. Here
for the fneitlbers Of this associft- , and there cut stones are exposed in these,
i ion to determine whether or lOt It is possible that there is a buried city
it shall be continued for another beneath these mounds. Dr. Fewkes hopes
rm.Aa ;a nn i4M.Kf Knt- tlf next year t0 na whether or not there is
' HP'?t5Y-.-v-"- ."""J 1 1 buried ariS prehistoric citylcoiicealed
te assoemtioH is uuum iu " beneath.".
kjood in the county, and it should
In these tirnes of tow ,;crear$
values is the very tirne yheri -ye
should know what every cow in
, jjvr herd is dqing for us., heth-
vt she is producing a prpfit on
the feed cqnsumed, or whether
the is being kep.t a( a loss. This
js the object of the Teeing asso
viation, and the teat shquld con
. linae long enpugh, t,fi catch eyery
itar boarder in Vashington
: r't'gs :.--
The Udies' Aid of tha M. E,
church, at Cedar Mill, will hold
their annual bazaar in thetyang
hall r nday., ueotmoer lu, com
mencing at 2 o'clock in the af
ternqon vnfi continuing through
out the, ttvening. Ice cream,
home-made canq, quilts, and
other useful, as we'll as fqney
articles, for sale. A program will
be given, dufjng the evening,
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At the ci ty election eaday
Mr. H. G. Vincent was elected
mayor. Mr. C. E Hedge raeordf
er, Mi&3 Lillian Evans tfbeuurer.
Mesirs. W. -W. -Cady and My.
Gray councilmcn. There was but
the one) tickstln the field, and 8
votes were Wt, fire or them be
ing cast by1 women, Go. Thyng,
retiring ma.r. ana yr. ratu m.
P. Carstens ajnd Robert Fchlsiwn,
retiriag councilmen. . '
' The Section wai'a quiet affair
as there was no opposition. Those
retiring wsfre glad ti) get back U
private life'onfe m,ore out' ?f the
votes of public' critlciirii, Those
coming into office do1 so, no doiibt.
with y grea,t' desl of reluctance,
but we hope with lots of courage,
for it takes co.urs.ke to hold a
small public office where so much
cnuciBrn i rav, (inu, w, w iivrv
a lot of. work is expected from
nothing, but ' empty hands to
work Wlti.: Her hr thokk til tha
outgoing -officers for their efforts
in behalf oi tieaverton, and bare
is our sympathy and good! will
for those hoare taking up th?
Mr. George Carl Earnst, who
resided' with his wife east of
town, was found dead in his bed
early Friday morning. Mr. Earast
had been enjoying good health
up to the time of his decease,
and his death Was rat&er shock
to his fmpy. He was a native of
Germany, coming to this country
when he was quite' young, tad
settling flnaliy 6b his ranch near
this place, where he resided for
the past 'thirty years of more.
He was aged 70 years, 7 months
and 11 days. This cause of death
was attributed to heart failure.
He leaves a wife,' one son and a
daughter, The daughter is a re
sident pi san r rancnoo. The lu
neral was held in the local Cath
olic church, and the remains were
interred in the Mt. Calvary ceme
Mrs Alexander Weir died at her
home near Beavarton Thursday
after an illness extending over a
period of one year due to old age.
She has been a ""residen t" of
Oreson fee about 34 years.
Mrs Weir was born in County
m i i i ; iqiij .La - i
wtara irvianu ut iooi aim mvveu
to America when quite. young
She was married to Alexander
Weir ia Chicago in the year 1858
The funeral services were held
in the Catholic Church today
and the remains were laid at
rest in. Mt. Calvary cemetery
She leaves a husband ad five
children to mourn her decease.
DEFENSE CHIEF WTQ0
T . r,. , ,1, "i
A nor adequate National de
lense urges,- ana in i wis tne
President endorsee the plans
submitted by the department of
war. They contemplate an in
crease qf the standing force pf
the regular army from its pres
ent strength of 5.023 officers and
102,965 to 7,186 officers and 134,.
707 enlisted men,, all services
rank and file .by the addition of
52 companies of toast artillery,
15 companies of engineers... 10
regiments of infantry, 4 regi
ments of field infantry, and 4
tero snuadronSi besides 756 offi
cers' required for a variety of
extra service, especially the duty
of training a oititen force: of
something like 400,000 maa.
He urges linon Coaarress the
necessity of the repeal of all lawt
that might hamper the bunding
up or' a proper merchant marine,
and of the passage of such laws
as would encourage capita) to en
ter Into such an-ehtorpriseiir the
end that we might have sufficient
American ships to 'carry oa the
legitimate trade between tnis
and Other countries, thereby
making ua more independent,
and besides be a source of self
defense in case of war with any
In urging the passage of laws
to punish peters, he says: "lam
sorry to say that tke gravest
threats against our national
peace and' safety have been
uttered within our owa borders.
There are citizens of the United
States, I blush to admit, bora'
under other flags, but welcomed'
under our generous naturaliza
tion laws to the full freedom and,
opportunity of Amerioa, who
have poured tha poison of dis
loyalty intd the' very arteries of
our national' life; who have
sought to bring the authority and
good name of our government
into contempt, to destroy our in
dustries wWever they thought
it effective for their vindictive
purposes to Btrike at them and to
debase our politics to the use of
He urges the maintenance of
our Advisory Board,' and some
system of Rural Credits.
Tfto run spirit oi ine message
is national security, and Effi
ciency; The bazaar and chicken supper
to be held by the Bethel Aid, at
Cady hall, paturaay evening, De
cember 11. promises to make
quite a hit. The following young
men have, been drafted for ser
vice in carrying chicken to the
hungry patrons: rreo utrrow,
Vilaa Rhenarrl. Billv Caanbell.
Willis Cadv. Herald Petri, aad
Clyde-' Wylie. Mr. Sears will be
eaneral manasfer and Moor walk
er. ' he above-namea waiters
have promised to wash their
hands at least week before the
event. . ,
Mrs. Sears will have charge of
the program. She and Miss Iva
Van Blaricom art training the
children for a drill to be staged
that evaninor Uther well-known
Beavertoa taleaf will also per-
The White House saloon of thil
place was entered on the night
of tha 17th, or earry In the morn
ing of tha 8th. Fbur dollars ia
cash was tnirfn frpro thp till, and
24 quart 'and 12 pint battles
of whisteey war taken from
a room in' the rear. A piece
of . the door near the lock re
moved, and the lock turned from
the inside,.1 Careful investigation
gava no cluu, ftnd the identity
of the marauder remains'i mys
This ia .not th only affair ef
its kind in the past two weeks.
Several- of the Uwal farmers re
port the lots of various articles,
ranging from grain sack to
dressed bogs,. A. Skitrom was
among those1 wao were toocnea
by thieves. Hr had butchered
four fine hogs and hang then up
outside till the fallowing day.
Some time during the night three
of these were take., th vandals
as usual leaving no traee. An
other farmer living east of Beav
erton (oat 60 chickens the night
before, and Win. Masters living,
just outside of the city limits,
had hi chicken 'house' robbed
about the same time.
Church bazaar, good program,
chicken aupper. Supp3r25eonta,
from 7 to 9:30 p. k, at' Red
ville School house. Mrs; E. N.
Tibbetts, Aloha, Ore., Secretary
Women's Missionary society,
Reedville, Ore. l '
Tha Beavertoa band beys,
ter a short period pf iaaetioni'
arc aga coming t tke frwl.
They have moved ihf kwd ttae4
from Ha old resting alaee arr
Bread way tp th ktt ewaed bja
the city, Martha city hall. Thar
sot have i oemattakla plao isr
wkieh to prattiee, ,
Owiag to tha fact their
flaaleial eonditloa ia very limit-"
ed. Thev have leaned a street
social aad program to be given
Tuesday evening, Peeembor 21,
in the Grange ball. Tha ladiee
are cordially invited to briar
baskets well laden with the good
things, which usually top out
such an occasion, - i
The Beavertorr Teasaa eius
held another ef their deurMtuiy
eveniajj danciag parties' tar
Wednesday night U Cady halU
The affair waa U Infermai one
given hy tha members f the dub;
for tKetasalVetand'flieir frisada.
The oriiheitra waa from Part
laid, and the musio was excel
lent, while beat i all It wa tat- ,
nished without tha usual loag in
terrhisslona, which mar so maay
of Sur social affair of last taw
year. ' ' -1 . '
There was aa excellent attend
ance, and the ball waa taxed to
capacity wjth rnerry makers. .
The hall fae decorated very siav
ply. The lights were shaded iq
beautiful shades of orange col
ored paper resembling opening
budi. '" ,; ' "v
. Now is the Time
Jo Buy Your Heating Stoves
We have a complete up
to date line, pririaht
This wet weather fiirJs the holes in
youv shoes. Gme in and let us fit
yo in either Leather or Rubber goods
Ouf Qrocery. jine is complete
We will " be pleased o supply'
your wants, in alj lines. y
CASHGROGERYCO scores again
6 bar$ Crystal White Soap 25c
6 bars Royal White Soap 25c
10 bars Savon Soap 25c
25c Coffee 18c
6 bars Naptha Soap 25c
English Walnuts 20c Lb
All kinds Best spices 8c Lb
17 Lbs best fruit & berry sugar $1
Graham Flour 30c sack
Farina ..30c sack
9 Lb Sack BEST Cream Oats 38c
4 Packages Com Flakes 25c
4 Cans Milk 25c
: 3 Cans Cora ": :'.Vr,i
4 Lbs Rice 25c"
4 Lbs best beans 25c
niori there is strength." This great sale proves it. Our customers are our Partners in this, the largest Business of its kind in Beavertoru
is why we dared buy these immense stocks at prices that permitted these quantities. We realize that you - our partners --will ta-3
1 hat is why we dared buy these immense stocks at prices that permitted these quantities.
advantage of these splendid savings. Not specials ori a few things but Less On Everything