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LINN COUNTY AGRICULTURALIST
SWEET HOME, LINN COUNTY, OREGON, NOVEMBER 13, 1913
Public School Notes
Parent-Teachers Meeting a Success
NEWS ITEMS TRANS
Parents, teachers, school boards
of pupils neither tardy nor
BADLY BEATEN late No. during
MITTED BY WIRE and supervisors manifested great
the past month, 30.
ONLY A JOKE
interest in the school work of our
Per cent of attendance 95.
No. of visits by parents 7.
Other Measures Carry --Prohibitionists New pupils for November, Myron England Will Support U. S. Mexican Policy The meeting was called to order President Crooks, of Albany College, Per
by L. K. Geil.
Coulter and Lillard Harris; making
Gain Eleven Towns and Lose
Worst Storm of the Winter
formed Ceremony, But License
Rev. Wood made a very interesting
a total enrollment of 67.
in the East
Proved to be Fake
with the teacher.
along the line of , improving the
Supervisor Benner discussed the
school building and school grounds.
subject of Primary reading in a
The former uninviting appearance
Albany, Or., Nov. 11.—-For three
Portland, Nov. 6.—Practically
Premier Asquith, of England, in very able manner.
of the walls has been changed to a
hours last night T. A. Roberts, an
complete unofficial returns from
a speech defines the English position
Prof. Van Fleet gave an introduc
more becoming and cheerful one by
Tuesday’s election show that the
on the Mexican question from which tory talk on Intermediate reading. Albany-young man, believed he had
the use of a good coating of paint.
been married legally to Miss Mabel
workmen’s compensation act passed
the following is an extract:
Supervisor Baker- made a most
The sanitary condition of the
by a majority of 35,233; the univer
We have recognized President interesting an instructive address Riggs, a prominent young society
floors has been improved by the
sity repair measure passed by a
Huerta, because, having ^neither the upon Organization and Discipline. woman of Portland, who is a guest
persistent efforts of a scrubbing bee
majority of 18,049; the appropria
at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Percy
will nor the power to intervene, we
December 13 was decided upon
on Friday afternoon, October 31.
tion for a new building at the uni
were bound to deal with the de as the date for the next meeting. A. Young in this city. The unique
The play grounds were made more
versity passed by a majority of 12,-
facto government and, because of The teachers of the surrounding situation grew out of a joke played
beautiful by trimming the trees,
199; the county attorney measure
information then in our possession, districts are requested to come in pn Roberts as a result of a remark
burning the trash and underbrush.
by a majority of 15,027, while the
there appeared to be no element the forenoon, prepared to stay for he made.
The boys and girls of District 55
sterilization bill was defeated by a
A few days ago friends of Roberts
except that of Huerta and his sup- both morning and evening meetings.
have come to the conclusion that
majority of 8484.
porters which offered any prospect The morning session will begin at were jokipg him about his attentions
they are and of a right ought to be
The prohibition forces succeeded
of the restoration of stability and 10 o’clock and that of the afternoon to Miss Riggs, and asked why he did
entitled to enjoy the same pleasant
in voting eleven Oregon cities and
not marry her.
order. This was on March 31. Very at 2 o’clock.
towns as well as five precincts in the surroundings as the other boys and shortly afterwards, in answer to our
“I will if you get her consent and
The following will be the program,
girls of Oregon. With this end jn
city of Portland “dry” at Tuesdays
get the license.”
inquiries, we were informed by the subject to some changes:
view, they have organized a literary
election. They lost three towus to
Miss Riggs was taken into the
Government of the United States
Morning: Reading Circle work.
Society and are working hard for
the “wet” element that heretofore
conspiracy, and last evening, when
that as regards the recognition of
the betterment of the school. A
haye been “dry.”
several people had been invited to
President Huerta, no definite answer and Anna Mattke.
program will be given at the close
Two “dry” towns voted to stay
the Young home, Roberts was in
could be given, except that they
Primary Language work, by Mrs,
of each month. The next monthly
“dry” while eleven cities and towns
formed, when he arrived, that Miss
would wait some time longer before Nora Coleman.
program will be given at the Grange
and one Portland precinct that have
Riggs’cotsent had been obtained,
Afternoon: Class Management,
hall on November 21, at 7:30 p. m.,
been “wet” will continue in the
and he was shown a license, appar
Prof. Van Fleet.
in connection with a basket social.
ently in due form. He was con
Clevelond, Ohio reports that the
History, F. L. Gilbert.
The ladies will please give the pupils
So far as. numbers and territory
vinced that the conditions of his
most severe early winter storm for
their best support by bringing bas
go the “dry” forces have reason to
bargain had been met so promptly,
many years, visited that section the
Arithmetic, P. Story.
kets and by using every possible
and said he was ready to “make
first of this week. Snow fell to the
Talks by School Board and R.
opportunity to boost for the school.
“Wet” towns that go “dry”—
depth of 22 inches and the wind Morehead,
The purpose of the social is to
Salem, Oregon City, Springfield,
President Crooks, of Albany Col
registered a speed of 75 miles per
raise money for the purchase of an
Hillsboro, Woodburn, Dufur, Stay
lege, who was present, consented to
organ, pictures, songbooks, etc.
ton, Rainier, Sherwood, Gresham,
perform the ceremony. Mrs. Young
One of the main features of the munications were blocked for 30
Harrisburg and precincts 57, 58,59,
played the wedding march, and
hours. The damages resulting
Mrs. Keefhaver, wife of N. D.
urogram will be a play by the High
60 and 61 in Portland.
amounted to thousands of dollars. Keefhaver, the grocer, died sudden Miss Riggs was given away by Mr.
“Dry” towns that go “wet”—
Young. Miss Isabelle Young was
ly at her home in this city today,
L. K. Geil
Lostine, Sweet Home and Waldport.
bridesmaid, ahd Harry Hawkins
Capt. Scott, who perished in the (Friday) a little after 11 o’clock.
“Dry” towns that stay “drv”—
effort to reach the South Pole, kept
She was on the back porch of her
Near Loss of Eye
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Wallowa and Florence.
a diary, which is soon to be publish home preparing something for din
ed in book form. In the closing ner when she was stricken with Young served a wedding dinner,
“Wet” towns that stay “wet”—
Joseph, son of J. P. Orchard, of
The Dalles, Joseph, Milwaukie, Marx Ridge, came near losing the pages thereof, he seriously contem heart failure and fell to the floor. and Roberts shared the opinion of
some of the guests that he was
plated suicide to end all.
Sutherlin, Bandon, Newport, Falls
No one was with her at the time
sight of one of his eyes, last Monday.
legally wedded. He even telephon
City, Wasco. Haines, Metolius, Eagle When in the barn he came in con
except a little granddaughter, Max
Portland Y. M. C. A. has decided ine Nicholls, and the little girl did ed to his mother that he had been
Point and precinct 76 in Portland.
tact with the end of an exposed
that 25 is the right age for men to not tell anyone of the occurence married. It was not until the
wire which struck him just below
marry. 30 years is the limit as, until she ran to her ' home, a dis party began to break up at 12
Brown Hansard, a former Leban
the eyebrow, making an ugly gash.
on man, was convicted by a Rose The cut was bound up, temporarly after that age, they become cranky tance of about eight blocks, and o’clock that Roberts was informed
the marriage license was a fake.
burg court, this week, of boot until the lad could be brought to and divorce is likely to follow.
told her mother, who is the daugh
legging. Brown has been convicted this city for surgical attention. Dr.
ter of the deceased. Mrs. Nicholls
County Commissioner O. H. Rus
so many times for this offense that Luther dressed the wound which re
Portland commission merchants came by Mr. Keefhaver’s store and
he must be very familiar with the quired several stitches to bring the deem the law enacted at the last told him and the two hurried to sell oh his farm near Foster raises
large seeding apples. Several were
procedure, by this time.
parts together. A half-inch lower session of the legislature unconsti the Keefhaver heme, but before seen at County Clerk Mark’s office
and the eyeball would have been tutional. The law provides that they reached there Mrs. Keefhaver this morning. One measured 14i
commission men shall pay an annual had passed away.
The deceased was one of the best inches in circumference. The ap
license fee. They will test the con
ples originated on the Steingrandt
stitutionality of the law before the known and most highly respected
place near Foster and Mr. Russell
planted a sprout from the tree on
53 years old and had lived in Leb
Joseph R. Godwin was born in
anon for about thirty years. Be his farm.—Albany Democrat.
Pickaway county, Ohio, August 13,
President Wilson has pardoned
MYERS & ROSE, Props.
sides her husband and daughter,
1860. Died November 9, 1913, William Dunbar the Portland man
she leaves one so», Edward F. Guy Clean Wholesome Beds.
Clean and Airy Rooms and Beds. aged 53 years, 2 months and 26 convicted of smuggling opium and
of this city. The bereaved rela
Chinamen twenty years ago. Dun
The tables are supplied
tives have the sympathy of many
Cassie Myers December 25, 1881. bar jumped his bail and went to
with the best the
friends in their great loss.—Leban
To this union 12 children were born. China, where he has since remained.
He leaves a wife and 9 children to
survive his death.
William Sulzer, who was lately
Official Vote for Linn County
Newly refurnished and
Funeral services were held at the
deposed from the governorship of
painted inside. Tables
home and the remains were laid to
New York, now asks for his salary
are supplied with the
University repair fund, yes 1542,
rest in the Nye cemetery. L. H.
for the month of October. He no 2673; university building appro
best the market affords
Wood, pastor of the Evangelical
thinks he is still the legal governor. priation, yes 1387, no 2794; steriliza
Special Orders——Special Prices church, officiated.
Feed barn in Connection
tion, yes 1725, no 2391; county
with the Hotel............
The national House of Represen attorney, yes 1909, no 2156; work
Feed and Livery Barn in
Buy Star Brand shoes at Turners
connection with Hotel
because “Star Brand Shoes are tatives has, by personal Contribution, men’s compensation, yes 2518, no Meals 35c,
purchased a diamond and platinum 1601. Harrisburg for prohibition
Prices are Reasonable.
F. B. K napp , manager
necklace for Miss Jessie, daughter 176, against 135; majority 41.-
Intermouutain Tribune $1.25 of President Wilson, who is soon to Sweet Home for prohibition 60, FOSTER
become the 13th White House bride. against 67; majority for 7.