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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1908)
If Mr. Bryan had been the Demo-
ciatic nominee in 1904, it is quite j
likely that many of the voters who had
been in these two parties would have
gone to his support and would have
been permanently enrolled as Demo
crats. But they would not support
Parker. It was easy (or them to go
back to Republicanism with Roosevelt
as a leader, and they went. They
have seen the mistake they made in
leaving the partv in the first place, and
they are not likely to repeat the ex
perience, especially when their own
party has a candidate quite satisfactory
to them. Undoubtedly Mr. Bryan will
Because Claude Trent of Princeton.
get the votes of a few of the former
Mo., serving on the dispatch boat |
Free-Silver Republicans, but the num
Yankton, weighs 21.1 pounds he is uu- j
ber of them will not be much larger
able to gel inside the ships boilers to
than the number of Democrats he will "Guidless Pacer" College Maid. Wins clean them and do other Jobs required
of a bluejacket. He therefore has an
lose to Hearst. Certainly he will not
Hearts of Horsemen by Her
easier lime than the other men.
It is said that Senator Fulton majority now registered against the
Chief Justice Fuller celebrated his
seveuty-tifth birthday last February.
has run up the flag of truce, and Democracy.
Having just purchased the Hardware business of
He took the oath of office Oct. 8. 1888.
Chairman Cake is to still be Another circumstance worth consid
so that before the next presidential
be recognized as the chairman
S. G. Hughes, I have added a new stock of both
election he w!!i bare rounded out an
who went over to the Re
honorable service of twenty years as
o' the State Republican Com Democrats
party on the sound-money is
“ warming-up” races held at chief justice of the supreme court.
mittee. Well, that is rather publican
sue have never gone back, and will not the The
Hillsboro race track last Friday and man ambassador, has gone to Europe.
kind on the part of the senator, go with Bryan as a candidate. A few Saturday
largely attended and Baroness von Sternburg accompanied
who was turned down by his dyed-in-the-wool Democrats may nave some good were
him. Previous to his return to Wash
gone back, but most of them are still
party in the primaries.
ington. which will l>e the latter part of
allied with the Republicans.
The battle ground of this campaign There were but two entries in the September, tbe ambassador will speud
short time in Scotland as a guest of
While there is an attempt be is in the Middle West, and in New 2:15 trot, Johnnie K , a Montana a Andrew
ing made to have the Statement ment over the defeat of favorite sons, Eugene, and Elma O., owned by
republicans bolt their pledge to combined with some loss of the labor Chappell, of Hillsboro. This was the
The Child’s Advi ce.
Arthur stood peering down into
vote for the people’s choice for vote and the loss of part of the negro prettiest race of the day, Johnnie K the Little
countenance of bis baby sister,
U. S. Senator, it might be well vote, may give the Democratic candi winning by a nose. Time, 2:25.
needed by the
whom the nurse was singing to sleep.
to inquire whether the anti-state date a chance to win some of the The 2:17 pace had three entries, “Say, nurse," he finally whispered.
states. Local factional con Alta Norte, owned by J. M. Busby, “It’s nearly unconscious. Isn’t It?"
ment members are being induced Northern
more than anything else, Laramie, Wyo.; Nellie Bishop, J. L. The nurse nodded in the affirmative
to vote for some other candidate troversies,
and sang on.
t tan H. M. Cake, the republi- But the surface indications at the pres King, L. Chapman, Eugene. Bush “Then don’t sing any more or you'll
I will occupy the same business room as
cins choice. As Washington ent time are that these will be nell King won this in the first and kill it:”—Llppiucott's.
Mr. Hughes on Pacific avenue and I invite
ounty’s delegation is bound to smoothed over and that there will be third heats. Time, 2:19j.
general harmony in support ol the The gentleman’s road race had four
the republicans choice there are ticket.
That our American rorests abound la
that the issues be entries. Bald Indian, C. C. Ferguson, plants
f )ur votes he will get anyway. tween the The two fact
which possess the most valuabia
- # d .,
virtues is abundantly attested
J there should be a break in s’ drawn as in previous campaigns will couver, B. C.; Toy Lace, J. A. Ab medicinal
by score* of the most eminent medical
the statement camp Cake should make predictions as to the outcome bott, Forest Grove, and Lady Vinmolt, writers
and teachers. Even the untu
tored Indians had discovered the useful
surely be the winner and not difficult, but from a statistical stand R. H. Greer. The race was won by ness
of many native plants before the
Fulton, Wilcox or any other
of the white rare. Tills informa
hitched to a heavy road cart, as against tion. imparted
freely to the whites, led
dark horse. The legislature | the Republicans.—Oregonian.
S u c c e s s o r to S . lì. H u g h e s
horses in bike-wheeled carts. Time, the latter to continue investigations until
had better look a little out how
to-day wo have a rich assortment of most
F o re s t G rove
it votes this time, as other elec-
County May Offer Reward.
The feature of the day was the per valuable American
tions are ________________
bound to come.
Pierce believes th at our American for
t More mysteries of the man found
pacer, time 2:09j, going the ests Dr. aUbqnd
in most valuable medicinal roots
I buried in a hole in the woods near guideless
fo« tbe cuT ^jf most obstinate and fatal dis
ease’s. if wtcwobtd properly Investigate them;
Hillsboro has voted to add Buxton some weeks ago, are still com- or whipper.
InJomllW ianw) of this conviction, he
o u f s e 's lth p r ln t* > i th e a lm o s t m a rv e lo u s
the tenth grade
C ures effi c le il h e (p s " 1
M -U .-. t I D is-
from the Oregonian’s correspondent
school, it is said for the reason from
Hot Weather Miiiinery poo;
co w ry ,” » Ilk’ll has rru v.’n li»vif tu he the
s tir im i ■•.nimsrh tonic. Iiw r Invumr-
that the county high school "It is peculiar that if Elmer Perdue. races was the run by College Maid, *m r. h e r t tunic «nd regulator, and M ix4
lo medicai -'.once-
proposition was voted down in supposed to have been murdered neat “the guideless pacer” when he clipped c -------
or Im ligistlonr torpid IlwrT runctiontl
At all seasons of the year you can always
the June election. It would Buxton, is still alive, that he has no off a quarter second from the Friday sla.
and even valvular and other affections of
find just what you want in the line of Millin
the heart yield to its curative action. The
S?em that Hillsboro ought to be lr,ade ^is whereabouts known. I.ate in exhibition.
reason why it cures these and many other
m is s
is clearly shown in a little book
glad that the proposition was 'une Elmer Perdue filed on a piece of Johnnie K. won the 2:15 trot over of affections,
extracts from the standard medical works
^ j ,
, tt ii i
timber land at the United States Land Elma O.; time, 2:23, the first race be which
is mailed free to any address by Dr. R.
P a r is M illin e ry P a r lo r s
voted down, unless Hillsboro ex- Office in the Worcester block. Port- ing
a dead heat. Dr. Uhlman, I. D. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo. N. Y .. to all sendinf
N o rth V a in S tre e t
pected to be the location for the land. He covered 40 acres, being the Chappell driver; Bramfort} Boy, Tom request for tbe same.
M a r i e L . S . ) js h e a r t
county high school, should it south half of the northeast quarter of Garvin driver were contenders in the Not less marvelous.
have carried. At any rate, both section 32. township 3, north range 5 2:27 trot, and Dr. Uhlman, a 2-year- cures It is constantly In making
many peculiar affections, weaknesses and
On the registry blotter, after old, won: time, 2:27J. Dr. Uhlman’s dlstr&shig
Hillsboro and the Grove will west.
denfng^ments. is Dr. Pierce’s
lw ^ W K r lp tjg iK M is amply attested
have, in time, a high school in clerk or official, “ Erroneously al 1 of the day’s races. In the free for-all f by tW thousands
est 1 montais con
byVfcncful paÎTPim» who bave been
their own districts, which should lowed. Dropped.”
Protect your books against wear and
trot or pace Iowa Boy. I D. Chappell, tributed
currrihy 1: ■ ’f m '.rr h k l nr lvlo Or alii*. raluTUT
be the case and which should When Mr. Dresser was asked about Hillsboro, and Estebell, Smith, Wyom ry rh 'N . Irregularities, pro!ap*us_Jir’-i l'H cf yourself against disease germs by get
caubo'il by weakness, ulcer; ting one of the new sanitary folding
have been so long ago. Both lhe filinR- he stated that ,he entry was ing. were entered. Iowa Boy won in disüÎaccm'ents-
C E a of ulerus ami kindred atffrctions^ofTen book covers at K. N. Staehr’s or the
are large enough to main-
d,ropPed because there was already a two straight heats; time, 2:17l.
ifter'm any other advertised medicines,
. • L • . t ,
j i t Wing under consideration, bnt in just In the half-mile dash there were but physicians bad failed.
tain high schools and as both, whtt manner he did not rfcall.
_ two starters Mike Wisdom, owned by
to be shown how to put it on. Only a
the above mentioned medicines ara limited number.
places are working to that end, due gave his postoffice address as Port- Ward Downs, and Richard Hobson, win Both lly made
up from the glyceric extracts of
why have a county school at all. land. Or., General Delivery. His owned by Johnson Sherwood. Mike native,
medicinal roots. The processes em
ployed in their m anufacture were original
________________j witnesses were William Brown. Dick
Wisdom won in 0.52.
with Dr. Pierce, and they are carried on by
—Sixty acres of land, only two miles
chemists and pharmacists with th«
„ Buckley, H. L. Parks and Walter John- The judges were E. H. Green and skilled
aid of apparatus and appliances specially out for $60 an acre.
Where Will Bryan Get His Votes 7
and built for this purpose. Both
Charles Lehmier, of Portland, and E. designed
This is a rare bargain. W e are selling Six Dollar sitN1 Hibb
medicines re entirely free from alcohol and county road.
___I > County
is in favor of B Tongue, of Hillsboro. Harry Os all
other harmful, habit-forming drugs. A
Inquire at The Forest Grove Real Es gle tubes for $5.50, and Ei| sig:
2 " “1» Judge Goodin
t 00* '"
full liM of their Ingredients is printed
man was starter.
tate Co.’s office at The Bazaar. 5-tl D&llar single tubes for $7.0ttJ3J c. w
each b rttle -w rn n n e r
back in the ranks of the old party, and 0 er K * rewa
w as p
w.th most of the Populists again lined
— White River Flour made of best
up under the Republican banner, i! is Interested in This Section Wants
Eastern Oregon wheat for sale at Bai- W e have also a limited numtxH receii
difficult to understand where Mr. Brvan
ley’s Big Store.
is going to get the votes necessary to
One lot 100x100 feet. A 7 room
elect him to the Presidency. In 1896, The Washington County News,
house, well finished, hot and cold
nickeled steel rim kind. Thqfl
and again in 1900, he was the nom Gentlemen:—Your publication, the
water, bath and electric lights, plenty
inee of the Democrats, and was in ’’News," reaches us semi-oceasionally.
of fruit. Corner 4th St. and 2nd Ave.
are going for Thirty-five D& Washi
dorsed by the Free Silver Republicans We find it a live, interesting paper
Price $1500. Also one lot on 2nd
and the Populists. Everybody knows covering a section of the Northwest
Street, 100x100 feet, close to car line
THE HALL OF FAME.
t tat the Free-Silver Republicans were that we want to keep in touch with.
$400. One lot 100x200 feet on 2nd
men who left their party in 189e>, and We should like to receive the
Ave. Also 5 room house, lot 100
the two tiest friends In Sut xlOO,
anyone who takes the trouble to look "News” regularly and under separate ton. Perhaps
plenty of fruit Price $1150.
tip a list of his neighbors who went cover we are mailing you a current Morgan. The former is ninety-one See J as . S tephenson .
wrong on the silver question at that number of Goodwin's Weekly.
tears old and the latter ninety-three.
time will find that they are all, or nearly We should like verv much to have The pioneer of Berks eoonty (Pa.i Gouds of mosquitos have been so
all, back in the harness again. Some you put us on your exchange list, and squire* Is William Y. Shearer, who has journing in Portland for several days
of the Populists had formerly been in return will be pleased to put you on conducted the office of justice of the and there is hardly a pretty ankle in
l-eace ever since 1804. bolding the of
Democrats, but most of them came out our mailing list.
fice for forty-four years, and his ninth
of the Republican party and returned
( j j ay
share of punishment. Decollete T o ile t A rtic le s for vool and mohair.
commission will expire uext year.
again when Populism declined The
L. S. GILHAM,
Middle-of the Road Populists still cling
Goodwin's Weekly yielded him I19.000.0U0. Pedro Alvara much approved—by the mosquitos.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
plements, Buggies and
Builder, Farmer and all Others
CARL HINM ÄN
These are Guaranteed*
#f. X . S T A H H K . M an ag er
High Grade Pianos , Organs
and Sewing Machines
sold way below Portland prices and on easy monthly pay-
ments. Also a full line of
Edison and Columbia
do. tbe “Mexican Croesus." has been
so extravaguut that he has run Into The News $1.50 per year in advance.
. debt and has teen constrained to lease
Ids property for fifteen years to an SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Forest Grove Time Table
To his collection of more than 900
I relics Captain John Ryan of West
| Newton. M ass. a veteran of several
arrives at fo rt’and 8:00 a m.
! wars, has added a cane the materials No. 7 < *T *rs * :■< NORTH
of which represent three wars in which St
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No. 1 M a aa ».
; he participated tbe Mexican, civil and No.
*15 » V. ®. m. 1
No. 2 I
4 7 00 a. m. I . Fort at Grove 8:3* a. nr.
Sixty years ago Hiram C. Matthews No.
1100 a. m.. ar. **
I of IVrry. X H . was given a letter of N«.
3 *0 fi m .. ar.
! recommendation hy several of the roer-
1 chants of Hyde Park. Vt Although be
E. C. S im pson . Agent.
has never had occasion to use the let-
i ter. at the age of ninety-one Mr Mat- W K. C oman . General freight and
thewa treasures It as a keepsake
Passenger Agent. Portland.
The Swell est
STA TIO N ER Y
Kodaks and Supplies
T rade M a "*1
D esio * *
Avvcsn« »*P’V’n » •&*♦<*». and
onlckty Mcwiain o«r c*f»»n*on free
tv*»-it ion ta pn.hahfT
< T 5*40 H I
• « ’totly <*. r n.lentud M3N0BÛ0A <*"
Pat «tu« taken throtiirh Mann 1 io.
»-• r fr**e- t'Mimt aefney for
tpti uil tiefet, w‘t»rout charge. In tbe
D R . H IN E S ’
• r . iid (j
A h an dso m ely
• f any »raen Mile Journal.
• th a .V l. Bohl
bf a lI**
& Co.38'®"**-’ NewTpf*
Talking Machines and Records alwa>-s in stock. Cata
logues sent free to any address.
The leading place in the County for Stationery
and School Supplies.