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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1908)
N E W S
Published every Thursday by The
Washington County Pubhshmg Co.,
that paper is one oi the instiga
tors for the removal of Mr. Cake.
W hy? Because it is soured on
Statement No. 1, and because
b ro th e r
th a t
measure in the
without hearing, unless the danger of I
irreparable injury is apparent, and that
when a temporary injunction has been
issued, the need for it shall be shown
within a specified time or it shall be
dissolved. This would prevent delays
and the consequent abuse cf the writ
Entered at the post-office at Forest T r u e , th e r e is n o r e p u b lic a n p a r - of injunction
Grove, Oregon, as second dass
ty in Oregon and there never
Ganderbones August Forcasts.
will be so long as the Portland
It was August the third,
¡-ai«., «s en d »
v r i n g and the Oregonian contin-
And quite soft were the skies,
Subscript on $1.50 Per Year
If Ta[t loses
And it might be imagined
Oregon, which he certainly will
Bill Talt was likewise;
—------------------------—------------------ 1 if the soreheads of Portland con- Yet he played it that day upon Bryan
In a way politicians despise.
Offlcla! Paper Washington Co. ;jnue to howl, it will be as easy
A. E. N o it r s e ..................... MANAGER I t o
j. F. W o o d s .............................. e d it o r
b la m e
the defeat of Mr. Cake.
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W hich they met on the train,
As all candidates will,
And they wagered a dinner
| In test of their skill—
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a Sack of “ Hom e P roduct’
HARB w h e a t
» jUlC-STEM FLOUj L *
MANUFACTURED BY CRESCENT MILLS— FOREST GROVE
P a c ific A v «
P o r e s t
w ill c o n t in u e
m a n y , m a n y y ea rs
Auf?ust was named
On the 26th Mr. Bryan will give a
procure recognition of their demands, j gar; but he stood about the same chance corn-silk party at Fairview in honor cf
Judge W. M. Cake chairman to persuade others to strike and to re- against the luster of his immortal uncle his running mate, Mr. Kern. Every
of the Republican State Com- sort t0 tbe boVcott if they wish, but he as Miss Ethel Roosevelt stands to share body will wear corn-silk wniskers, and
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denies the right of any man or set of ; the limelight with her sister Alice,
a year's subscription to The Commoner
rmttee, is to be asked to resign
. -t V
u r. . K
men to employ duress or to use the
will be given the guest wearing the
and if he dosen’t the “ Fulton- secondary boycott which brings into Fh* d°K d-yswtll return to paint
best duplicate of Mr. Kern’ s. The
1 aft” people will ignore him. the controversy third parties not direct-
The pond like Erin s isle,
planet Mars will be evening star until
This is indeed a rather embar-My concerned. H e takes a decisive And the boys will navigate the scum
the 22nd, and the moon will be full on
plank of the Demo-
In ROOd sea-going style;
the 11th, the Anti-Saloon League wi |
rassing position for Mr. Cake to stand against the
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Reform will dig a few more nits
cratic platform which demands irial by ^eiorna will aig a tew more pus
be in, yet we wonder who IS go- jury
indirect contempt cases arising A For tr e 'wers and distillers,
n g t o ask him to resign. It out of violations ol the orders of courts. And the office seeker pass around
sterns to the man up a tree that He shows in the most convincing man-
Hls bum aHalla hllers-
someone, presumably the ring, ner that the authority of the courts
The bullfrog will essay his lay along
is fore-flushing a little.
W ho wou,d be ROne if ,hey were deprived of the winding creek, and the dude will
elected Mr. Cake to that D osi- tbe p °wer 10 enfo,ce t,' elr decrees; a" d bite the summer girl upon her damask Forest Grove Citizens Should
that the u
of trial by
c heek; the sun will burn
D irl M r F n ltn n rlr> ir
c w , ui
. j »um
Durn the testive
Weigh Well This Evidence
, o r to the advantage of capital rather than j t,amp c ]ear through his undershirt, and
did the county committeemen d o of labor, for capital could employ cun j Carrie Nation will give tongue, and I Proof of merit lies in the evidence.
it? Fact of the matter is, the h>ng counsel anxious to avoid justice, kick up sod and dirt, the while her
Convincing evidence in Forest Grove
county committeemen elected
Delay has always been to the advan ladyship pursues the new directoire
Is not the testimony of strangers,
But the endorsement of Forest Grove
Mr. Cake and ' now, only three
°' Ca5iUl in^ ‘ T ' lrover!les " h,h
i labor, and in his address Mr. Taft
I [Mints out how these delays can be
That’ s the kind of proof given here—
ring are asking that he be re- avoided. It has been the practice of fore the voter’ s door, and all the babies
The statement of a Forest Grove
m ived, or that they propose to employers to secure temporary injunc-
the mother will say, “ Ain’ t he n ice!” citizen.
ignore him if he doesn’t resign. tions »«ainst strikers aud then let the
Lemuel B. Bullock,living on Fonrth St., Fore*! Grove.
with every kiss and hug, but the father
Ore., says: “ For a number of year* I «uffered agonies
T he , Oregonian
dm* b'i° re !he issues ar!
brought to trial. The plan proposed will declare he is a dem old kissing from kidney and bladder trouble and it seemed that l
eral years that there is no re- bv the Republican nominee „ that bug.
had every symptom of the complaint imaginable. I had
A MEASURE OF MERIT
in Oregon, yet temporary
injunction shall not be issued
u r i
K . j V . S T A B H R . M a n a g e r
H ig h G ra d e P ia n o s O rgans
a n d S e w in g M achines
sold way below Portland prices and on easy monthly pay
Also a full line of
E d is o n a n d C o lu m b ia
Talking Machines and Records always in stock.
S. G. Hughes, I have added a new stock of both
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Im
and will from now
The Anna-mosity which Prince Helie
de Sagan and Count Boni de Castel
lane bear one another will cool a little,
and about the 10th they will get to-
gethet and shoot dice for the Gould
children. The fleet will continue to
banquet across the Pacific by easy
stages and upon reaching Manila the
stomachs of the officers will be put in
dry dock and scraped.
| The baby calf will try his legs
In meadows solt as silk.
And when he bawls his loving dam
Will rush the mother's milk;
And meanwhile she will smile and think.
With many modest blushes,
i How Moses could have ever lived
In nothing but bullrushes.
a constant desire to pass the secretion* which were dark
and contained a heavy sediment, when allowed to stand,
the pains in my back were so severe that I was unable
to rest well at night and In the morhing I would feeJ
tired and worn out. I suffered severely rrom dizxy
spells and was in a generally miserable condition. I
tried a number of remedies, also used plasters, but noth
ing seemed to reach my caae. 1 Anally heard of Doan's
Kidney Pills and procured a bo* at a drug store. I used
the contents of this bo*, and now am feeling as well as
I ever hope to. My kidneys are now regular in action
and I can go to bed and get a refreshing rest, something
that I had not been able to do before in a number of
years. It gives me the greatest pleasure to give Doan's
Kidney Pills my endorsement.”
needed by the
Builder, Farmer and all Others
I will occupy the same business room as
Mr. Hughes on Pacific avenue and I invite
everybody to call and see me.
S u c c e s s o r t»
S . G . M ilc h e »
To The Public,
W e are not combined with any other,
Freshly hilled Every Day.
These are our prices for choice Mountain Steers and
Heifers, commencing Friday, July 10:
9c per lb.
Boiling Meats - 3 to 5c
Spring Lamb, this is lamb
not old mutton 6c, 8c, lo c per lb.
S A T /S F A eT /O W GUARANTEED
W e a th e r M iH in e ry
At all seasons of the year you can always
find just what you want in the line of Millin
ery at the
Paris Millinery Parlors
S o rtn M a in S tre e t
— Sell your wool and mohair
Bailey. H e ’ ll do what’ s right.
— M oney to loan on farm security.
Price SO W. H . Hollis. Forest Grove
cents. Fcster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
— Bailey will buy
New York, sole agents for the United Mohair.
— Be sure to take advantage of the
Remember the name— Doan' --and
Mid-Summer Clearance Sale now on at
lake no other.
Hoffman & Allen C o.’ s store.
For s*le by
logues sent free to any address.
The leading place in the County for Stationery
and School Supplies.
Portland has been claiming if p e o p le o f th is strip e s e e k to (Caesafi 1)eDhevv and adopted son of [ goes to make up a good
a'I the glory attached to the vic m ilk th e r a ilr o a d s as th e se p e o - Ju|jus. August was every bit as great wheel at moderate price.
tory of Forrest Smithson who p ie h a v e . O f c o u r s e th ere is I a man, but his uncle had a better press
w en the world’s record at the ju st a g r a in o f an e x c u s e in th is : bureau. When the Black Band got
Julius his nephew was but 19, but he
Olympia games in London re p a rticu la r ca s
P P , had already worn the toga virillis and
cently, when the fact of the mat a re fo r e ig n e r s a n d p e r h a p s d o n t [ s^ot a bear Mark Anthony tried to |
Shop 5 0 3
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ter is Smithson came to Forest k n o w the w a y s o f the A m e r ic a n , get him out of the way by making him P h o n e s :
Grove a few weeks prior to the
After the 21st. August will be under
London event and was under this sa m e rou te w h ic h s e e m to Augustus had beaten him S up and 2 j
no better American than the! P>»y ° n the f efenu « Modena the | zodiacal sign of virgo. This will
the training of Coach Hahn of be
big drawing card of the Roman chau- i make Chautauqua crowds restless and
Smithson ReghittO S. P eope w o
tauqua was glad to marry the young outdoor orators will have to follow thrm
may live in Portland but where lived here all their lives and j man’s sister and be a kind of Nick J aaound through the woods and talk
did he get his training? We w h o have mingled in circles o f Longworth around the Roman White to them when they will stand. It will
also cause Mr. Rockefeller to get busy
guess Forest Grove is on the prominence, and no doubt ex- House.
on that story of his life he is going to
map too, when it comes to the
write for one of the national monthlies,
monoD0lv will get so nervous it
distribution of the praise of too are asking high prices and ; Rom e. Like Mr. Roosevelt, Augustus .
are throwing other obstacles in showed fight all the time, and the em- will have to have a trained nurse and
pire enjoyed peace. There were no
the way of the line s progress. p form ™ andPtimes were good. The take nourishment through a funnel.
Gov, Chamberlain has tele- these people^ fortunately don t emper0r liberally patronized literature, Mr. Roosevelt will meanwhile call a
special meeting of the Cabinet at Saga
rrranbprl M r
R rv> n
hie; r n n - ¡live near the Grove, but farther and even wrote verses himself. Poets
more Hill and will issue a proclama
granulations ’ and pledged him to the east, and may it be our like Horace and Virgil had their own tion declaring that the best way to catch
his support in the present cam- good fortune that they always j « - e J e d goW
hver.ed lions is to set up a sand seive on the
a ligator bait on the job behind, and in
desert, shovel the sand in, and take the
traveled **ve there— or farther
stead of having the cruel circus games
lions out of the seive.
of N eio, the populace met in the col-
over the state in his own cam
Persons bom under Virgo have do
paign for the U. S. Senate and
<From T h e O re g o n ia n .)
It is said that
found mestic tastes, and know how to hold a
told the people that he believed
Upon the subject of injunctkns, Rome a city of brick, and left it a city baby. They are very bright, and know
in the policies of Roosevelt and which will apparently be a main topic of marble. He was a very proud man what the presidential issue is. They
w luld, if elected, do everything of the campaign, Mr. Taft defines his and in order to make his month as long are sanguine in temperment and b e
he could to uphold them. He position clearly. H e boldly asserts the as anybody’ s they took a day from Feb lieve the worst is over. They abuse
pledged himself to the republi right of courts to issue temporary in ruary and added it to August, which their stomachs, and will eat anything
that dosen’ t bite them first.
cans who elected him to that junctions in cases where there is threat originally had but thirty. Augustus
of damage to property or business, but deserves to be better known, and it is
The presidential campaign will be
high office but in less than two he condemns the practice of procuring not his fault that he is not. H e tried
confined to a few social functions. On
months he turns around and re injunctions against acts which are not everything from divorce to race suicide. the 19 Mr. Roosevelt will give a lawn
pudiates the whole thing. Let threatened, which injunctions, served He had three wives and one child, a fete at Oyster Bay in hohor of ’ ‘Sunny
the republicans who voted for upon ignorant men, frighten them out daughter Julia. H e beat Anthony and Jim” Sherman’ s whiskers, and the
Chamberlain rub this under their of asserting and exercising their rights. Cleopatra 9 to 0 in the famous engage guests will be given the opportunity to
He defends the right of laboring men ment at Actium, enough in 'tself to hear the sea breeze blow through them.
to form unions, to strike in order to have left his name upon a 10-cent ci-
Having just purchased the Hardware business of
O. A . (Bori
GROVE OjjClP ■***
G r o v e
It must certainly be gratifying The winner t0 make the best pun
to those people who would hold
The homely cognomen of Bill.
If you are intending to pur
The demonstration given to up the Oregon Electric company ..j suppose .. Bryan saidi
W m . II. Taft at Cincinnati! for lands through which the
Stirring ice in his tea.
chase a new wheel this sum
Tuesday was one of the great- company must pass in building “ That in view of the times,
mer you can’t afford to do it
est in the country since Roose- from Portland to this place,
As between you and me,
without seeing the new
Veit was notified. Mr. Taft de- when they read the verdict of I he smaller the bill is the bettfiy
livered a speech which was
plete with republicanism, which hittos $ 1 8 0 0 when they demand- Very clever, said Taft,
in itself means that the country'ed $18,000. It must also be
'^11% strong, "
English W heel
(A n d he gave him a punch)
w ill not be given over to radi-1gratifying to them to have to
calism if the big Secretary is take $1800 when the company ; gjr they don’ t like a long overdue bill! j
And the peerless One paid for the at O. A . Corl’s Bicycle Shop
elected to the presidency of the offered them $3500. The cry
for more railroads in Oregon iunch.
United States in November.
F combines everything that
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