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Editorial Page-Washington Co. News.
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J . R . W O O D S , UUItor.
Published Every Thursday by the W ashing price of nearly three hundred thousand
ton County Publishing Co. Incorporated I human lives, not to mention three
thousand millions of dollars, and that
at Forest Grove, Oregon
YOU’LL NEED MANY THINGS
the purchase price thus paid consisted
of the lives of
C IT Y
U I 'I 'I C I A I ,
. PA P B K
brothers and so^s whose dependents
and descendants are, many of them,
$ 1 .0 0 a Year in Advance.
Before the real hot weather sets in.
You will need light airy shirtwaists.
W e have them in practically every
I with us yet. It is proper, therefore,
that we, the beneficiaries of this dearly-
style you can think of, or we have just the material you want to make them from. Y o u ’ll need lots of other goods
Entered at the post-office at Forest
Grove, Oregon, as second class
for one purpose or another— we not only have what you want, but we have it in the best assortment and at reasonable
j tears with the tears of those whom our
fallen defenders have left behind, and
Address all communications to Wash help them strew flowers on the graves
in which lie slumbering those who
ington County Pub. Co.,
died in order that- our Union might
Forest Grove, Ore.
" If the NEWS fails to reach its subscrib , Marriage, Battles amt Common Sense.
W e have no strings on your patronage, we say to
ers or is late, we request that immedi.
Sermonizing upon race suicide lias
Every article in our store, is an opportunity for
you,— “ Buy where you get the best value far
ate attention may be called to the same. become more than a mere weather sig
you to save money, but not at the expense of
But we would like a chance to
nal, us seemed ttrst Intended, and the
style or finish or material. W e do not believe
show you that we can save you money on the
1905 pros and cons are discussed In open
in sacrificing genuine, intrinsic value just to be
meeting and around the fireside as
orders you have been in the habit of sending to
able to quote low prices. For this reason you
though it were' a vital present day
the mail order or catalogue houses.
O f course,
M K M O K IA L
P A Y
can always depend on getting good reliable
problem. President Roosevelt'« thesis
“ On April 13, 1862, a Southern for more babies Is echoed fur and wide,
goods even when our prices seem extraordinarily
that you may want, but we will order for you,
lady, Mrs. Sarah Nicholas Evans, with with an occasional voice to declare that
not In numbers, but In quality of popu
pay the freight and run the chances of satisfying
the wife and two daughters of Chaplain
lation, lies the future of a nation. On
y o u .. O n the goods that we carry we will not
May, of the Second regiment Mich the side of quality is found Mr. Francis
only save you the freight and
igan volunteers, visited the newfy Galton, somewhat of an old school
made soldiers’ graves at Arlington advocate of race culture by selection.
able goods than you can buy from the mail order
Heights, Va., and decorated the same
*s a matter of theoretical wisdom, but
house for the same money. Now isn’t this a
no amount of preaching will lift th<
fair proposition? If you agree with us let us
Batistes, Voiles, Lawns, Poplins, Ginghams,
That was the initiatory step towards process of mate selection above the old
figure it out tjext time you compile your order.
and Linen Suitings in every imaginable
the national holiday now known as plane where the price of corn relative
of colors and designs— and better
that you wouldn’t imagine could
The following year the same ladies
the fashion of the jungle wooer and hit
made a similar visit for a similar pur
dusky maiden—first, because “you lak-a
pose to Fredericksburg, Va., and me lak I luk-a you.” When the meal
Did it ever enter your mind that you’re paying
others followed the worthy example bag is full and the labor market steady,
too much for your clothing? Isn’t it reasonable
there and elsewhere, and soon it be the maiden of civilization will change
to suppose that a store like ours doing as much
came a regular custom in the south to her name. As to the size of families,
business as we do can afford to do business on a
There are over two dozen different styles in
the race culturists are probably on the
devote a day each year to the decora
smaller margin of profit than the exclusive
each— and in all the fashionable colors to
side of fact and common sense in say
tion of soldiers’ graves.
The day ing that there should be no more chil
clothier who must make all his profit on the suits
match your suit.
Bags are made of high grade
selected was generally May 15— in dren than the parents can maintain
he sells? W e ll that’s just what we are doing.
leather rn up-to-date shapes. Belts, some in all
und educate properly. Couples who [
some instances the 27.
W e do charge less for the same quality of mater
the pretty new effects of crushed, pleated, shirred
watch the corn and labor market be
From the south the custom spread
ial, finish, etc , in the suits you have been in the
silks, with or without buckles, and we make the
fore increasing the birth list may be
to the north, but it was not until 1868 depended upon to also keep tab upon
price to suit you.
habit of paying the exclusive store. Suppose
you look in when you get ready to buy.
that decoration day became recognized the number of mouths the meal bag
as a general holiday, May 30 being will feed, and so on to the end of
fixed as the date, that being claimed parental responsibly-.
A good, husky lot o f boys and girls
For that shirtwaist suit or waist that you have
to be the date of discharge of the last
will make their own way and help fill
Union army soldier.
The G. A. R. the meal bag for late comers. Fewer
been figuring on for your summer vacation. T h e
For shirt waist suits.
Fashion, comfort and
assortment comprises taffeta foulards, and wash
took the lead in making the observ boys and girls will aim higher perhaps,
economy commend them. W e have them in
able silks in dots, shepherd checks and figures.
ance of the day general throughout and the parents can lend a boost until
every fashionable color and shade and all the
T h e prices will appeal to your sense of economy.
the country, Commander in-Chief John
modish patterns— whether plain or fancy.
wants from one end to the other are
A. Logan in 1868-9 issuing orders to
men and women with the brain and
that effect and naming May 30 as the brawn, the heart ami conscience of
date. In 1873 the observance of their forbears who carved states out
Memorial Day was made obligatory of the wilderness and spread civiliza
upon all G. A. R. posts and in 1874 tion over a desert. As the trumpet call
for pioneering heroes die3 away anoth
the first attempt was made in congress
er for moral heroes is lifted up.
to have that date set aside as a legal
The wilderness today is in crowded
holiday, which effort, however, was towns and cities. The desert lies in hu
man hearts, either wavering or clean
turned down by the senate.
Corruption, social and moral
The day having becom e known in
decadence, selfishness. Vanity and false
some sections as “ decoration” day pleasures are the barriers to be hewn
a :d in others as “ memorial” day the down by twentieth century heroism
G. A. R. at its encampment in 1882 and cast into the consuming fire of
adopted a resolution to the effect that progress. So the more boys and girls
the better, but of the right kind. And
henceforth the day should be known
as the parents are, so will their off
as Memorial day, its meaning having spring be. It Is a truism found in the
previously (in 1879) been defined to folklore of all lands that parental love
he the preservation of the memories of is not born of much preaching—nature
those who fell in the defense of must put it there; also that children
unwe’eomed by parents will be unwel
comed by society and wish they hail
60 Y EA R S ’
Cheap Sunday Rates Between Forest
A remarkable picture worth
i a year, and is the favorite magazine in
“ Such, in brief, is the history of the never been born.
EX PEH ItN CE
Grove and Portland.
nearly half a million homes, where it is
origin and significance of the day on
read each and every issue by three
Low round-trip rates have been
R iley’ » Dialect and the Schools.
which we are called upon to remember
| million people.
placed in effect between Portland and
James Whitcomb Riley’s dialect evi
can be obtained
that the liberty which we as a people
Forest Grove, in either direction.
dently worries Professor Shyrock of
Tickets will be sold Saturday after
enioy today was purchased for us less the Illinois State Normal university,
noons and Sundays, limited to re
T rade M arks
than forty years ago at the tremendous who asserts, according to report, that It
D e s ig n s
turn on or before the following Mon
“ eannot he taught In the schools with
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C o p y r ig h t s A c .
day. Rate of 81.05 round trip. Call
J. E. PATTON, Proprietor
A n yo n e sending a sketch and description may
Three Most Beautiful Roses"
out debasing the Innguage.” Part of "Th e
quickly uncertain o u r opinion free w hether an
on Southern Pacific’ s agents for par
Invent|ou in probably patentable. C om m unica
WOOD SAWED ON SHORT NOTICE
the work of the schools Is, or should be,
tion* ><rrlctly confidential. HAN0BOOK on 1’ iifniita
By Paul de Longpre
sent free. Oldest flu e n cy for securing patents.
the inculcation oT human feeling and
Dry Fir and Ash Wood for Sale
I’uf en f* taken th rou gh Munn A Co. n c s l r «
tprriul notice, w ith ou t M a r g e , In the
At the urgent solicitation of the Leave orders at News office Phone 583
, / o r e s t S t ro v e
pity and of humor as well. For this Woman’ s Home Companion, Mr. Paul
human characters are needed, and in de Longpre, who is the greatest painter R. INIXOIN, Dentist
Trains on the Southern Pacific arrive
A han dsom ely Illustrated w eekly. Largest c ir
culation o f any scien tlflo Journal. T erm s. |3 a
default of the real thing Imaginative of flowers in the world, consented to
and depart on the following schedule:
rear : fou r m on th s, |L Sold by all new sdealers.
persons nnd situations must be utilized. make a painting of what he considered
Forest Grove, Oregon
W 361 Broadway, I
With Riley human nature pulsates in “ The Three Most Beautiful Roses,” j
Branch Office. 626 F S t- Washington. D. I
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the dialect, and the dialect la a force and the painting is without doubt one OFFICE: Three doors north of Bailey’s store. Office
hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
ful and admirable expression of a of the masterpieces of this great artist.
— Highest price paid for wool and
No. 3. . .6:59 A. M. No. 1 ... .4:16 PM
phase of American life, one to live ns a This magnificent picture is reproduced
Mohair, at J. E. Bailey, Forest Grove.
N. L. ATKINS, Agt.
W e have always on hand
If Riley’s dialect must go in all its original grandeur on the
a full line of fresh
from the schools. It will not be banish cover of the Woman’s Home Compan
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ed from the book tables nor from the ion for June. Although this cover is
lips of millions who find It a vehicle an accurate reproduction of a painting Office in Front Rooms of Abbott Build
for everyday echoes of the human worth hundreds of dollars, yet the June
number, which has this exquitite cover, FOREST GROVE,
- - OREGON
What American boy or girl that will may be obtained at any first-class news
not be the better for a peep between stand or direct from the publisher for
SE A R S & W A T K IN S
tears at tlie honest, expectant face . the trivial sum of only ten cents.
called up by the lines:
Mr. Paul de Longpre is justly styled
U e's go a-vlsltln' back to G rlg gsby Sta the “ King of Flower Painters.”
H a rb e r Shop.
B a c k where we uat to be so happy and not only paints roses, but every flower
Up-to-date Hair-cutting and
that grows, and is the highest authority
Shaving. Laundry agency.
on flowers. His paintings are L und
S P E C IA L O R D E R S .
Russia's Transslberlan railroad has in the most select homes. Some have
A ll the Standard Patent Medicines,
P o re a t d ro v e
S tre e t,
another test before It now thnt the sold for as much as seven thousand five
S U P P L IE D O N S H O R T
fierce Siberian winter has set In. In hundred dollars ($ 7 ,5 0 0 .0 0 ).
Toilet Articles, Fine Stationery, Cam
spite of predictions to the contrary the
Artists, art critics and competent
N O T IC E
One of the best 212 acre farms in
rood was fairly equnl to the strain put
era Supplies, Columbia Graphophones
judges all agree that the coven of the
Washington county, all in cultivation,
upon It by the »udder outbreak of the
Woman's Home Companion far excel
and Supplies, at right prices.
land all level, fair house, good barn,
war in Manchuria. Thta «train haa un
those of any other magazine.
orchard, running water, school house
doubtedly weakened the locomotive«
The Woman’ s Home Companion is
on comer of farm, i mile to store, 5J
and other rolling stock, which will now
a magazine which in beauty and excel
miles from Forest Grove. Price $65
have to contend with frost and snow.
lence, art, stories, illustrations and
per acre, half cash, balance to suit.
And the burden will not be lessened
fashions, etc., excels all other home
even tf there la no fighting at the front.
. G. K in g , Agent.
and family magazines. The Woman's
The army needs re-enforcement* and
Home Companion is published by The
— Don’ t forget that Hoffman & Allen
ammnnitlon as well a« extra supplies
Crowell Publishing Company, New Co. have a full line of straw hats in the j
of food and clothing for the winter
York, also Chicago, 111., at One Dollar latest shape.
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