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te Progressive Store
G roceries, D ry G oods, B oots a n d S h o es
A F ine Line o f G e n e ra l M e rc h a n d ise
Holbrook Lodge No. 30,
A. F. and A. M. Spec-
/Nr \ ial meeting this Saturday
F u rn ish e d by th e Local R e evening at 7:30. Work in the
M. M. degree. Visiting brethren
p o r te r of th e P ress
Mrs. M. Bisbee visited with
E dwin A llen , W. M.
Miss Dora Johnson spent Sun
A. B en K ori , Secretary. friends in the Grove last week.
day in Forest Grove.
The young friends of Richard
M. Parkins who has been ser
gave him a party at Rock
DOINGS AT DiLLEY
iously ill is improving.
efeller Hall Tuesday night, it be
Archie Clark and wife were F u rn ish e d by th e L ocal R e ing his 16th birthday.
Gales Creek visitors on Saturday.
p o rte r of the P ress
W. Sours, who has worked for
Reuter some time, recently
Miss Wilcox of Cornelius has returned to Portland.
ern Oregon for a two weeks stay.
been visiting at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Hazzard called at the
1 Miss Kate Kesler was a pas Fitch over Sunday, returning
senger on the Lyda stage Mon home on Sunday evening’s train. school Tuesday.
H. R. Burk returned from the
Clarence Caser of Portland has
Miss Cleo Wilabank of Corval- been visiting his uncle and aunt, Rose city Sunday.
I lis is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Vanmeeter’s several days.
M. Adler of tha Grove is doing
1J. W. Kyle.
He returned to his home on the carpenter work at the Fair Oaks
C. Harding of the Wilson River 21st inst.
surveyor’s camp went to Port Mr. McBride of the firm of Mc
Mrs. M. Monner is in Portland
land on Monday.
Bride Bros, spent Sunday and with her husband who was oper
George Culver and Cecil Kyle Monday in Portland.
ated on for appendicitis last week
were out from Wilson River for
Miss Annie Turner of Portland |
a few days last week.
visited Sunday with her parents j
Miss Lucy Wilson has returned in Dilley, returning home on the j
home after a short stay with Mr. evening train.
and Mrs. Fred Wilson.
Ward Tolston of Sigers made a
Charles Thrapp of Portland flying trip to Cornelius Sunday
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. evening.
S. S. Dallas on Sunday.
Brady Channing of Portland
Claud Ryan and Walter Sarge was up Sunday visiting his par- J
made another one of those mys ents near Dilley.
terious trips to town on Monday.
Rubin Frost, son of Professor
The little ones of Mr. and Mrs. Frost was visiting at the home
Frank Maitland, who have been of Mr. Joseph Vermilyea last
sick with scarletina, have recov Sunday.
Harold Hanson was home Sun
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
Mrs. Julia Owens, who has day and left Monday evening for Notice is hereby given that
been visiting at Corvallis for the Portland where he is employed 1909 tax rolls for Washington
past six weeks, has returned in an automobile garage.
i county, Oregon, will be open for
The Quarterly Meeting of the I collection and payment of taxes
George Fanner of Portland M. E. church of Dilley held an on Thursday, Feb. 10, 1910. All
spent Sunday with John Erick all day meeting in the church on who make full payments of their
son and wife. He left Monday the 16th. The services were en taxes before March 15,1910, will
joyed by all. There were sever receive a rebate of 3 per centum,
al visitors from North Yamhill half payments can be made by
Fay Wagner who has been sick and Carlton.
the first Monday in April with
for some time is improving under
interest charged or penalty
the care of Dr. 0. C. Scheetz of
the remaining half can be
at any time prior to the first
of the 8, 9, and 10th grades being
While cutting wood a few days j the combatants. The question: Monday in October, 1910. When
ago D. G. Miller was hit in the R e s o l v e d , that environments r.o payment is made by the first
eye with a small chip, the result have more to cio with a person Monday in April, 1910, the tax
was a very badly swollen black | than heredity. The girls had becomes delinquent and the
I statute requires from that date a
the affirmative and won.
A good many of the Dilley penalty of 10 per cent per month
people attended the Holy City on said tax until it is paid.
G eo . G. H ancock ,
oratorio held in the Grove on the
C h ro n ic led by th e F ield R e
ex-officio tax collector
evening of the 21.
for Washington, Co. Oregon.
p o r te r o f th e P re ss
Mr. Russell who has been Dated at Hillsboro, Ore, Jan, 27,
land for J. F. Forbis
John Woods went to Hillsboro
winter, had a break
Bert Newhouse has his croquet down with his donkey engine on
Monday evening, which is quite
ground in fine condition.
In the Matter of the Estate of
a bad streak of luck.
Sarah S. Myers, deceased.
Mr. Reiling of Portland visited
Notice is hereby given that the
Cile Cassor of Portland was up
last week with his son Charles.
2 or 3 days visiting with S. F. undersigned Executrix has filed
W. W. Ryals was looking after VanMeeter and was looking with the County Court of Wash
County her final account
business interests at Gales Spur around for a location. He thinks ington
in the above entitled estate, and
he will locate near Beaverton, that said Court has set the 9th
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rieling Oregon, having sold his dairy day of May, 1910, at 10 o’clock
m. of said day for the hearing
spent Sunday near Glencoe with ranch east of Portland. He was a.
objections the said re
a resident of Dilley a dozen years port. any Therefore
Mrs. Reiling’s parents.
any person hav-
or so ago.
I ing objection thereto will file the
Mr. and Mrs. B. Q. Killen
There was a load of Game same with the County Court on
were business transactors in the
before the day set for such
Wardens in Dilley on the morn or
town of Banks Monday.
C ynthia L. B rown .
Mrs. Wm. Skeene and brother, ing of the 22, looking for tres Executrix of the Will of Sarah
S. Myers, deceased.
J o h n Hiltz, were shopping in passers of the game laws of this
L angley & S on , Attorneys.
Portland last Friday and Satur
Last pub. April 21.
Don’t forget there will be ser Mr. W. E. Pegg of Dilley has
vices at 2 p. m. next Sunday and identified himself with the Bank
is hereby given that
Sunday school at 3. All are cor of Beaverton and has been elect the undersigned has been dulv
ed one of the Directors of the appointed by the County Court
bank. He states he will leave ot W ashington county, as Admin
Mrs. Shamley and children left Dilley when the Dilley school is istrator of the estate of Mary E.
the first of the week for Wash out. VV e all feel sad to lose him Harris, deceased, and all persons
ington where they intend mak and family from our midst, he ho ding claims against the estate
will present the same to me, duly
ing their future home.
has been a great help to our town. verified, at the office of Langley
Mr. Bums worth and daught Mr. Abner Briggs of Dilley has and bon in Forest Grove, within
ers Lennie and Alice, of Forest been quite poorly for several six months from the first publi
Grove, were callers at the Ryal days and not able to attend his cation of this notice.
gAed this 24th day of March.
home Sundry afternoon,
store. He is afflicted with rheu
matism, but all hope he will be L angley & S on .
W. C. Gray who has been very out in a short time.
. , .
W m . M. H arris .
sick all winter has got so he can
Admintstrator of the Estate of
walk around again and is imrov-
Mary E. Harris, deceased.
Subscribe for th e PRFSS
Hoffman, Allen Co.
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Finest residence lots to be
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Close attention given to care of property for non-resident owners
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Like Dad Used to Make 'Down on the Farm.’
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