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WASHINGTON COUNTY NEWS
Dates and Speakers for the Coming
Republican Campaign Dates
W. T. Buxton, of Forest Grove, and
The Republican County
Gales Creek, May 21st, 2 p. m. Guss Grager, of Portland, who have
Committee have arranged for a brief
EARL B. HAWKS. Editor.
been prospecting in the hills for the
Earl B. Hawks and J. N. Hoffman.
Published Every Thursday by the Washing campaign before the coming election. Buxton, May 23, 2 p. m. Judge past few days, took the stage on Mon
ton County Publishing Co. Incorporated Speakers will be provided for the fol W. H. Hollis and Judge B. P. Welch. day for Forest Grove.
lowing schedule of dates and the
at Forest Grove, Oregon
Greenville, May 23, 8 p. m. Judge
On Wednesday of last week, Uncle
candidates will be in attendance when
WILL FRENCH, Butinas* Manager.
W. H. Hollis and Judge B. P. Welch. Ned Hughes went to Hillsboro to visit
EARL B. HAWKS, Associate Manager.
Scholls, May 24, 8 p. m. Hon. W. his brother, John Hughes.
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M. Barrett and Attorney Mark Bump.
Mrs. S. S. Bateman left Monday to
24, 8 “
25, 2 “
her daughter, Mrs. S. W. Iler, at
Rates on Job Work and Adver
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Hon. Binger Herman and Hon. Dan. Dayton.
tising Furnished on Enquiry.
Union school hs
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Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson .gave a
$1.00 a Year in Advance.
T u alatin
June 1, 8 “
social dance on Wednesday evening of
2, 8 “
Office on Pacific Avenue.
F orest Grove
last week, the young people spent a
Gaston, May 26th, 8 p. m. Attorney very pleasant time.
Less than 50 years ago Gen. Perry E. B. Tongue.
Entered at the post-office at Forest
On Friday evening John McClaran
when landing on the shores of Japan,
Grove, Oregon, as second class
was summoned to the deathbed of his
was compelled to teach the inhabi
The water in the lake has gone out niece, Miss Marie Peterson, of The
Address all communications to Wash tants, the uncivilized pagans, a severe
essen. Recently a fine monument enough to enable the plowing to begin Dalles. She died on Monday, May 16.
ington County Pub. Co.,
Forest Grove, Ore.
Allan McRae preached at the Union
was erected in Tokio, in commem and the teams will be kept busy for a
Church last Sunday to a full house.
If the NEWS fails to reach its subscrib oration of the event in memory of the while.
ers or is late, v/e request that immedi man who laid the first stone to
Mr. Jackson of Portland, came out Text “ The Man With the One Talent.”
ate attention may be called to the same. civilize this little empire.
Saturday evening to visit his brother Mr. McRae is a fine speaker, he will
be with us again the third Sunday in
Special interest is being taken by Harry Jackson, and try his luck at
T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 19, ’04
next month for the last time as he
Senators Mitchell and Fulton in Wash catching trout.
leaves for his home in Washington at
ington county politics, as they both
Miss Grova Baldwin of Forest Grove
the close of the school at McMinnville.
are desirous that the entire republican was visiting friends Sunday.
State and District
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Hines and Mr.
ticket be elected. Senator Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. H. L Russell and W.
took the pains to telegraph that State A. Spense, delegates from the I. O. O. and Mrs. Ridgley, of Forest Grove,
Chairman Baker of Portland will give all F. and Rebekah lodges left Monday visited Mr. and Mrs. Olson on Sunday.
Frank A. Moore
Miss Ina Palmos who is teaching the
the assistance needed to the local or for Astoria, to attend the session of the
Dairy and Food Commissioner
district school is on the sick
ganization, and expressed the desire Grand Lodge that is being held there
J. W. Bailey
that every man on the ticket be this week.
heartily supported. He is especially
J. N. Hart
Miss Ina Spragg is teaching the
Jim Lee Jr. of Pattons Valley is
James A. Fee
desirous that the next legislature be
building a new blacksmith shop. It Bacona school near Buxton.
Grant B. Dimmick
republican to a man.
is progressing quite rapidly as he has
A. C. Hough
Delegates to National Convention
John W. Minto, U. S. Revenue In some helpers. He is building it for a
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thorne were
black mith fre m eastern Oregon who
H. W. Scott
authorized to adopt Mabel Thorne and
day inspeèting the various drugstores, has arrived and will soon be ready for
S. L. Kline
change her name to Lucille Olive
and other places which are under
W. B. Ayer
Glenn Raymond of Portland, visited Thorne.
Ira S. Smith
United States regulations. This calls
his mother a few days this week.
First Congressional District
to mind the liquor situation. It is up
For Sale— Good Smith-Premier type
J. U. Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Jeter returned
J. M. Keene
to Portland Saturday evening for a two writer, No. 2, used only 8 months.
this matter. We have a saloon in fact or three weeks stay.
Judge of Fifth Judicial District
Sell cheap. Inquire ^t News Office.
T. A. McBride
if not in name and if we are legally in
District Attorney Fifth Judicial District formed the city cannot touch the
parties who are behind it. The litiga
Senator Sixteenth Senatorial District
tion of the year will amount to some
C. W. Hodson
$600. We are not critizing but are
Senator from Washington county
E. W. Haines
wondering if things are to remain in
r o p er ly
Representatives, Washington county
their present status.
A. C. Flint
W. K. Newell
The Junction City Times of last
M. S. Barnes
week pays a high tribute to the ability
of Ex-Senator E. W. Haines. The
editor of the above paper was clerk of
J. W. Morgan
the senate during the time that Mr.
IS HALF OF THE BATTLE.'
Haines served Washington County as
John W. Connell
senator and he says in part that Mr.
It’s a paying venture when
E. I. Kuratli
Haines “ was economical in voting
you invest in a stylish up-
appropriations but not niggardly.”
to-date Suit, the kind made
C. B. Buchanen
There was no play to the gallery with
by the reliable
Senator Haines. He was too honor
able to adopt grand-stand plays and
too sensible a business man to quibble
Geo. H. Wilcox
over trifles. Few new members suc
I am their agent and guar
ceeded to the standing accorded Sena
A. A. Mon-ill
every garment. You
tor Haines. Honesty, energy and real
want the best— that’s what
worth alone secured for him the high
M. C. Case
I offer. Call and see for
regard and esteem of his fellow Sena
tors.” The above compliment to our
candidate for senatorial honors comes
Forest Grove Precincts
from a life of hard work and business
Justice of the Peace
experience, combined with those
O. R. Downs
native elements which go to make up
the man in whom the public has
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