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County Official Papr
L. A. Lung, Editor.
Entered at the Pout Office at
Hillshoro, Oregon, as second-
class mail mutter.
Subscription, $1.80 per annum.
Issued Every Thursday by E. C
McKinney and L. A. Long.
Woodrow is the man to take
nil tin- 'Von" out of conference-.
In spilt' of petty polities play
d by (In- 1111 rose pirates the
President went ailwiv.
No one lias et demanded that
Kim; tieorjje shall sit at the peace
It makes little difference
whether or not (icrmany is in the
peace conference, as representa
tives from that country would
largely appear like (he indicted
defendant in court.
Wooilrow Wilson, man of let
ters and world affairs, is now the
central point of interest to a
The following took examination
for the llillshoro postniastcrship
at Portland yesterday: i'red
Holina-le, 11. A. Ba'll, 11. W.
liarnes, It. L. McCoruiick, Airs.
Josephine Case, l'red A. Everest,
John Ityaii and .Mrs. Lizzie Divel
biss. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
(By Arthur ltciliug)
The student body met Friday and
straightened up business. Chester
Hanna, a new sludeut,was chosen
yell leader. Leo Goar, adv. mana
ger, for last year, was re-elected.
A belter selection could not have
Interclass football games are
to be dispense w ith.
The following boys have sub
mitted their names for formation
of a glee-club Harold Briggs,
Howard Olanie, Reginald Chap
man, Lester Talbot, Leo Goar,
Ben Layman, Edward Wall, Leon
Barrett, Ilqarl l'omeroy, Wayne
Patterson, C'lias. Wells, Ldw.
Schcidt, Ernest Stotiers, Win. Pu
bols, Paul Landauer, Earl Carter,
Neville Bagley, John Pinkerton,
John Johanstn, and others who
are interested should give their
names to Harold Briggs.
New committee to take charge
of service, flag -Marjoric Weils,
chairman; Edward Wall, Tinah
Beehen, Lynn Wilkes.
The Senate Club will consider
several new names for admission
at the next met ting.
The boxiug commission Ern
est Sloilers, Paul Landauer; Earl
Carter, Harold Briggs, Arthur
Shute, Chester llanna. At least
two members must be present
when there is boxing.
Ob, boy ! aren't we glad we are
going to have a week's vacation.
Fred Clark, of Aloha, died yester
day. He was born June 18, 1889,
at Cowdersport, Pa., and was
married nine years ago to iMiss
.Minnie .Moody, who with three
children, Undid, Ruth and Doro
thy, survives. The funeral lakes
pi e e Saturday afternoon from
the Donelsoii l.'iuh-rtaking parlor,
where the body is now held. Of
Ids immediate family he leaves a
half brother, John Haskin ; sis
ter, Hazel, wile of H. J. Gee, Alo
ha, and a sister, Maizie, wife of
Jesse Hays, of Timber.
Lieut. Ray Terry Williams, j
F ranee, formerly of Forest
Grove, died from wounds re
ceived in action, according to
word received yesterday.
Some miscreant tiole a new oil
can and its contents from the
home of J. S. Coulter, Washing
ton St., Tuesday night. Mr. Coul
ter offers a reward. for the arrest
and conviction of the thief.
Andy used to buy
the birzest nlw 1
for the money
: 'till one day barney gave
It was an hour or more
before Andy said any
thing. "How much
. longer does this Grave
ly hold its good taste?"
; he says. "Two or
three little squares last
'me all morning," an-
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each piece packed in a pouch
i i h.i .a.i vi 11. a. -.i.ua-a?. uvvmiwx .-S3
An event of interest to the resi
dents of llillsboro was the an
nouncement of the engagement
of Miss Wilma Waggencr to Lieu
tenant George V. Fisher, of Buf
falo, X. V, The announcement,
w hich came as a surprise to her
friends, was made at a luncheon
s;icn bv her sister, Mrs. Oliver
1!. Gates, on Saturday afternoon,
The wedding will be on De
cember 23rd, at the home of her
sister, in llillsboro.
GREEN AT CAMP LEE
( has. Green, with Bakery Co.
V, ;;!S, entrained for Camp
Mills some weeks asro, writes
tli.it his company went from New
York tii Virginia about December
I. lie states that there (were six
thousand men on the transport,
!.000 of them being colored
troops. He states that the negro
troops were all very sick, but the
while troops had hardly a sick
in in. Green says he thinks they
will be demobilized soon, and or
ders his Argus sent to his home
RED CROSS BENEFIT
A programme and basket social
will be ciicn Friday evening.
Dee, 20. at 8 o'clock, at the
Shady Brook School House Dis
trict No. tS. A patch quilt,
w hieh w as made by the pupils,
will be raffled off. nt ten tvnts a
chance, the proceeds to be given
to the Red Cross.
Kvcrvbodv come, and ladies
brin' baskets. A good time as
sured. . 40-41
7:22 a. m,
.10:10 a. m.
1:36 p. m.
.5:0.1 p. m.
i:40 )i. m.
Forest Grove train 1 : 5 0 p. m.
Mc.Minnville train .
Forest Grove train
McM innvilte train .
From Mux ton
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OK OREGON-
FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY
pi the Matter of the Estate of Diet
rich hamna, ueoeaseti.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
the undersigned has leen duly confirm
ed by the almve entitled Court, as Ex
ecutrix of the last Will and Testament
of Dietrich Kamna, Deceased, and has
duly qualifies as i-uch.
NOW, THEKLKOKK, all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notified ami required to present
the same, together with projH?r vouch
ers therefor, to the undersigned at
the i. aw nfi'u'e of Hare, McAlear &
Peters, in the American National Hank
Building,, in llillsboro. Washington
County, Oregon, within six mouths
from the date hereof.
Dated this 12th dav of December,
Mrs. William Behrmann Sr.
Executrix of the la;-t Will and Testa
ment of said decedent.
Hare, McAlear & Peters, Attorneys
Martin Moran. an Alaskan
miner, was here the first of the
week, a guest of the Rose family.
Moran is carrying a lot of shot in
his back, some of them having
penetrated to the vicinity of his
The Hartford Fire Ir:? tr
ance Co., is the first and nly
Co. that offers Farmei p. Pro
live stock absolute i tcc
tinn against loss of -your
stock by death of any i a.ise.
See, Phone or Write to John
Vanderwal, Ant, 774 8ih St.,
Phone Main . 03. HilUbol , Ore.
him a chew of Real Gravely.
swers Barney. " This -class
of tobacco lasts
so much longer it costs
no more to chew it than
ordinary plug costs."
fo further that '$ why jtm
tan fi t the gooJ taiti of thh clan
of tobacco without ritra cott.
kidneys. lie ays they itch eonsid-
crably but do not deter him from
tr.n cling, as he came all the way
from Nome with the pellets iii
their nice little beds. Moran was
shot by his partner, a man by the
name of Murphy.'and the strange
thing about it was that both men
came down on the same boat
when they made Seattle. Moran
says that he and Murphy had
some words over a claim and he
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There has been but one building ideal in the iiianu
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several hundred dollars to invest. He wants the amount
he has to spend to bring hint full value in return. lie
wauls that value lo last until he feels satisfied that it has
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They are built lo endure, l .stand up and render sat
isfying service under the most exacting conditions. lien
one buys a Chevrolet, they purchase a car that will take
I hem to Portland and return in high gear. It possesses
the lower that meets nil needs with constant economy.
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Notice of Final Settlement
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR WASH
In the Matter of the Estate of Wm.
II. Luster, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that the un
dersigned Executor of the estate of
snid deceased, has filed in the above
entitled Coui t and cause, his final ac
count and report as Buch executor and
the said Court has fixed and appoint
ed the 3rd day of January 1919 at the
hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of said day,
and the court room of the above en
titled court in Hillsboro, Washington
County, Oregon, as the titne and
place for hearing objections to said fi
nal account and for the final nettle
menl of said estate.
Dated this 2!lth day of November,
Thos. E. Luster,
Executor of the Last Will and Tes
tament of said Deceased.
Hare, McAlear & Peters, Attorneys
W. 0. Donclson
Calls attended night or day.
Chapel and Parlors.
Attorney Wm. O. Hare and E.
L. Moore were representing the
local Pythian at Grand Temple
this week. JVI rs. Chas. E. WelU
represented the Phythian Sisters.
Try the Arus, $1.60 per year.
j "cuffed" Murphy roundly. Mur-
I phy look his cuffing at the time
j wiihoul any particular violence,
but the next inorninsr. when Mo -
rail's back was turned, let fly at
him with a shotgun. Murphy was
tried by a jury of twelve, who ac
quitted him on the ground
that the cutVing had unsettled his
mind. Moran says that if 12 men
call Murpliv a good citisrn he
was good enough to travel tilong-
Hist ributors Washington County, Ore.
side, and the two partners came
I South together. Time in too pre-
' clous up North to hold grudges,
I bill it is ten to one that after this
uhen Moran walks away from
Good Will Given a New Impetus
A ktatement of Dodge Brother
war activities is due the owners
of their cars.
Dodge Brothers refrained, during
the progress of the war, from any
reference to the performance of
the car in Government service.
. It seems proper now, however,
to disclose the facts, because they
are creditable facts intensifying
that good will which ewners of
Dodge Brothers cars have always
Dodge Brothers car was the only
one of its class approved and
adopted by the War Department.
In a separate Ordnance Works,
.built especially for the purpose,
costing millions of dollars and
employing thousands of their
skilled motor workmen, Dodge
Brothers undertook an important
duty designated by the War De
partment. Without the aid of their great
motor organization, Dodge
Brothers could not have fulfilled
the heavy obligation which they
were asked to assume by the
The other service required of
Dodge Brothers motor works, by
the Government, was to continue
to furnish their cars as they were
1050 Second Street
Murphy he will walk backward,
'' Walker, of below Ilenvrr-
'" N""1 Td "K friends in the
city yesterday morning.
llcforc taking invoice of slock we arc going lo give (he
public a chance to buy their needs, at a great reduction
in price. When yon sec the goods and the price of them
you will forget we were ever in war.
This sale includes
Groceries, Granite Ware,
Tinware, Fruit Jars, Jar
Caps, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Patent Medicines, Etc.
I'.vceptional Harains in BROOMS, BAKING POW
DER, and all CANNED GOODS, nt lra than wholesale
This sale commences
Saturday, Dec. 14
ami will continue until lec. SStll. !
During this sale, we will not mushier IIok account",
except that we will allow ft per cent discount on alt due
accounts, for cash. '
Head Quarters in Wa&hinuton County.for Wooden Shoe
They were furnished, not in
hundreds, but in thousands both
for the training camps here, and
for service in Belgium, France
The record of those thousands of
camp and army cars is one in
which any owner may feel the
interest pride and satisfaction.
Their performance justified the
compliment implied in their se
lection bythe Government.
The great works in which nearly
three hundred thousand of their
cars have been produced in the
past four years furnished a vast
store-house of human energy and
equipment for the ordnance
Naturally, it will take time to
adjust the motor works to its' full
Gradually Dodge Brothers will
resume the grateful task of con
tinuing to deserve the good will
of America and indeed of the
Dodge Brothers consider good
will their most valuable posses
sion. They will never knowingly do
anything to lessen it.
Mrs. It. II. Walker and dm Kh
ter, Mrs, Olds, of lleaverloii
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