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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1916)
J. W. Macrum,
ed to the following: Mrs. J. W. Hughes,
ill, is better now.
first; Mrs. F. H. Isenberg, second;
Robt. Halstead, first, and Mr. Sating,
Mrs. A. U. Marsh has
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
| second. A very fine luncheon was
quite ill the past week.
served and music rounded out the even
loan on farms,
Dr. Strickland, an Oregon City ing.
J. H. Strayb was a Port- physician, spent Sunday with his Mrs. Masters was shopping in Forest
d visitor Sunday.
family in Forest Grove.
Bonfires are the order of the day and
Vandehey autoed to
Mrs. R. M. Taylor departed house cleaning ia in full 8wing.
Sunday for Everett, Wash.. in
Geo. Blythe had a touch of ptomaine
and Saturday Matinee
Milk for sale by pint or quart response to a telegram informing1 laat week. but is all ri ht
8-4 heri f
x i “ d u ,lln^ S ° fu her
Mrs. Groendyke and Mrs. Bucking-
ham were calling on Mrs. VanMeter on
Mrs. Will Ives went to Portland mo er, Mrs. Rebecca Cornish.
Mrs. A. G. Foor, representative ! Tuesday,
iday, returning Sunday.
of the Northwest Viavi company] Mrs. Herman Saling was hostess to
Henry Domas of Gaston, was of Portland, who has been ill the the Gee La Ran club on Thursday last,
city the past two weeks, left Sat- ii?ur table8
“ rrimged for players.
it[ town on business Saturday,
■ pm es were won by those receiv-
urday for Portland. Mrs. J. B. The
g The Express prints butter wrap- Berry has been appointed repre ing the highest, which were as follows:
Mrs. F. M. Sutford, first and Mrs.
s with non-poisonous ink.
sentative for Forest Grove and Mizs, second. Lady visitors were Mrs.
Misz, Forest Grove, and Mrs. F. H.
Miss Lottie Lee is very ill at vicinity.
Isenberg of Hood River. A very de
r home ia South Forest Grove.
Mrs. Roma Lahaie was taken licious luncheon wsis served by the
in hostess. Mrs. Nels Johnson will en
Miss Mary Wilcox of Yamhill ~ the
“ 1.e St. V
v. i * n n c c e e n " t 1 hospital
tertain March 9th.
W. . ! Portland Friday. She underwent
Frank I. Webber came in on Satur-
an operation Monday, and is now day wj^b b;s family and a car load of
recovering as rapidly as possible. I furnirure from Portland. He has trad-
Twin calves were born to a
__ed for the Happy Land farm, and will
? n a d a p ta tio n try the simple life for awhile.
y cow at the Van Koughnet ,
i Caine S famous novel, j Owing to a break in the pipe passing
Will be shown at the btar Theatre through Gales Creek, the water con-
next Tuesday evening in eivht sumers on the Oregon - Washington !
acts. Earl Williams and Edith )Vat,tr co™Pany line were without water
y and Clifford Thompson of Storey play the leads. This is The^K-iiVat the church last Wednes-
isas City, were business visit- something extra fine, at 5c and day night was well attended. The ev-
j ening was spent in games and music.
in town Friday.
About 150 persons partook of the lunch
| Charles Stream made a busi- Mrs. L. S. Phillips, who has that was served,
been with her daughter in Hub- i Geo. Stewart and family moved Tues-
trip to Herbert Smith’s place
bard for the past two and a half
tb?ir farr?- f°r wbicb they trad‘
ir Dilley Saturday.
! Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Maitland granddaughter, Irene Voget, ac-1 about loo people responded to the invi-
t Gales Creek, were visitors in
a week or more with her 1 Queen s ^erf
5d’ andd<™e l° the
} e Grove Saturday.
It seems they have
relatives in this city
not forgotten just how it was done,
Mrs. Ella Olson and niece, Mrs.
In Five Parts
Ladies—I have just received and it certainly is beautiful if done by
iderson, spent last Friday at the finest and most up-to-the- those that know how. Supper was
served later and everybody seemed to
cMinnville on business.
minute line of flounces, overlaces be having the time o f their lives. We
beaded and spangled edging regret losing the Stewarts, but hope
Wm. B. Kauffman, of Portland,
ever brought to Forest Grove— they will profit by the move. They
erty tax against real property and said
leave with the best wishes o f the en
fas out Sunday to visit his broth-
Washington County Transfers
tax shall become a lien upon said prop
j A. Dr.
H. R. Kauffman.
The following real estate trans erty, and shall be enforced in the same
ind store just east of the Smith !*>ew spring dresses. Mrs. Blanche
Richards, two doors west of post-
fers were recorded with t he regis- i manner as other real estate tax liens.
Circuit Court Jurors
rery, on Pacific Avenue.
J. E. REEVES,
The following-named residents ter of deeds at Hillsboro during Sheriff o f Washington County, Oregor.
Mrs. M. E. Dilley, who has
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
of Washington county have been the past week:
By J. C. Applegate, Deputy.
en quite ill, is recovering. She
Virginia E. Pierce and hus to Ella A.
drawn to serve as jurors during Hanna and hus, 18 acres in sec 12, 1 N
one of Oregon’s pioneers.
which a number of high school
The ladies are invited to call boys took part, was presented at the present month:
I. H. Maxwell, farmer, Banks
Ella A. Hanna and hus to Virginia
d inspect the new Spring Milli- Dilley Saturday.
Pierce, part of lot 3, blk 9, Forest
ry at Mrs. A. E. Dixon’s.
Prof. Thomas will entertain the
| Grove, $1000.
The Express is prepared to m eet,
W. W. Webster etux to Adam Simp
oi the high boro.
son, 154.42 acres sec 3, 3 N 5, undivid
gain today i8
G. W. Andrews, farmer, Sher ed 1-5 int., $10.
lesmen in lots of 100 or more, i school surprised many of his
a carton of
wood R. 1.
Joseph M. Brandenberg et ux to
[Mr. and Mrs. H o w l a n d of I friends Friday by going to Port-
iatts visited with her grand- *and and getting married. He ! William Morgenson, capitalist, of sec 28, 2 N 3, $10.
L am ps
[other, Mrs. M. E. Dilley, Satur and Mrs. Thomas are living in Garden Home.
H. W. Emmerson et ux to Martha J. As durable as carbon
Albert G. Hoffman, merchant, Whitney, lot 2, blk 4, Valley View Add lamps and more light for
the Wendt property.
to Forest Grove, $200.
the same lighting cost.
VanKoughnet & Reder can sell j uB^ h the Boys’ ^ f Girls’ bask-!
Grant Bacon, farmer, Cornelius.
Martha J. Whitney and hus to H W
Lime and Sulphur spray by etDall games at Hillsboro Satur-
Take homr a »arloa of ft»».
George B. Ledford, engineer, Emmerson, part of lot 1, blk 8, Nay
gallon or barrel or in the day night were very interesting,
H. J. Walrath
lor’ s Add to Forest Grove, $1200.
The boys won 26 to 23, but the Hillsboro.
Weat of Firat National Hank
John D. Mickle to Carl Clapshaw, 20
E. A. Eddy, capitalist, Tualatin.
ev. R . E. Dunlap was in ¡girls lost 17 to 3.
acres NW 1-4 of sec 9, 1 N 4, $10.
G. Schaefli, farmer, Mountain-
Isboro Sunday afternoon in the
A. S. Hendricks et ux to Theophile
DILLEY NEWS NOTES
rest of the revival meetings
Cappoen et ux, lots 6, 7, 8, blk 27,
ng held there.
Frank J e n s e n , confectioner, Cornelius, $1400.
Mrs, Earl Buchanan was trading in
ersie Bellinger was in from I the Grove Saturday,
Charles F. Peterson et ux to H . P.
rth Plains and spent Saturday ( Qu' te ® number of Dilley people at-
Alwin Conant, farmer, Banks. ! Rue, 1.15 acres in Forest Grove, $640.
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Sunday with his parents, Mr. f nded £ e.
*'hoo] play *iven Fri’
W. E. Mays, merchant, North
Charles E. Andrew et ux to William
day night in the Grove.
Mrs. John Bellinger.
pierpont and F. M. Sutford Plains.
First Class Work Guaranteed.
L. B. Menefee et ux to Chehalem
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished.
Herbert J. Perry, farmer, For
r. Cooper, of North Plains, were visitors in Hillsboro Friday.
Ve down to the Grove Sunday
Violets, snowdrops and crocus are in est Grove.
secs 29, 30, 31, 32, 1 N 5, sec 6, 1 S 5,
pend the day with his wife
a"d that surely spells spring
S h o p w ith (.o rcio li mul (G ordon
James Hewitt, farmer, Beaver secs 2, 10, 12, 14, 22, 24, and 8, 1 S 6,
i Paul Vermilyea made a business trip
F o r c a i Càrovci, D r c É o a
daughter, Mrs. Skee.
Gberry Grove Tuesday.
$ 1 .
Chas. Bernard, farmer, Beaver-
A. Gilmore and family de-
Mrs. Geo. Hoar was hostess to about
Notice to Taxpayers
Tuesday f o r Portland,, e i * h t e e n m a t r o n 8 o f the Riverside j ton.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
was devoted to ! Wesley B o s c o w , merchant,
re Mr. Gilmore will open a gTHnge* The mornin«
business. After a bounteous dinner the Hillsboro.
on East Broadway.
for the year 1915 will be opened for the
time was spent in music, recitations
Frank Knox, farmer, Forest | collection o f taxes. The first half of
Or R ent — Modem 6 -ro o m e d and social converse.
all taxes should be paid on or before
J. S. BUXTON, Prop.
, with one acre ground; also
Mr. and Mrs. Freund came in on the Grove.
Louis Blosick, farmer, Garden April 5th following, and the second
cres, with good gravel pit, for j evening train Saturday.
half on or before October 5th following.
Mrs. Molly Wilkes and her mother, Home.
Interest shall be charged and collected
Mrs. Hoover, were visiting with Mrs.
Newton C. Shipley, farmer, at the rate o f 1 per cent per month or
harles Hamilton of the Kan-
Paul Rice Saturday.
City district returded Mon-
Mrs. F. H. Isenberg o f Hood River,
Herman Krause, farmer, Sher terest at said rate applies to the first
from a five weeks’ visit at his is visiting with her sister-in-law, Mrs.
half if not paid by April 5th, and to the
home in Oklahoma.
Herman Saling, for a few weeks.
The 8th, 9th and 10th grades o f the j R. H. Brooks, farmer, Laurel R. second half if not paid by October 5th.”
rrs. C. A. Littler was in Port-
All taxes remaining unpaid on October
over Sunday, assisting* in'ob- DiUey 8cho° 1 wi‘‘ £ ve an e„nt*rtainme,nt 2.
5th, shall become delinquent, and on
ing the birthday anniversary “ the Artisan hall, on Fnday night,
Schamburg, farmer, Tigard, November 5th a penalty o f 5 per cent
er mother. Mrs. SaUmarsh.
John Frank, farmer. Reetivihe. will be charged and collected thereon
Iveave word at Palace Barber Shop
he Forest Grove band gave a
Mrs. F. M. Sutford and Mrs. Frank
D. M. Gillenwater, farmer, in addition to the interest provided
herein. Any day after the expiration
cert from the band stand Sat-1 Crowthers attended church in the Hillsboro.
o f six months after the taxes charged
N .H O F F M A N
ay afternoon that was highly Grove Sunday.
Pred c . Toelle, farmer, Hol-
against real property are delinquent,
reciated by the public.
the Sheriff shall have the right, and it
taking in the sights in the Grove Sat
rR° . . J,,.*.,. »
shall be his duty upon demand to make
J. H. White, farmer, Gaston.
'rs. John F. Forbis and child- urday
Patent Office Business Solicited
returned last Thursday from
Mrs. Frank Maury motored to the
Frank Maitland, farmer, Gales out and issue certificates of delinquency
tland, where they have been Grove on Saturday.
ting since the first of the year.
Sam Pallay was ia the neighborhood
j Ghn P. Ireland, farmer, Forest delinquency shall hear interest at the
rate o f 15 per cent. On or as soon aa
‘ ancock & Wiles carry Life, Monday settling up his business. He Grove.
practicable after October 5th, the tax
ident & Fire Insurance.
1-tf has moved to Garden Home, on the
E. C . Johnson, fanner, Cor collector shall proceed to collect all
Oregon Electric. We don’t like to loee
lisses Mary Co r l , Theresa Sam, aa he was a good neighbor.
taxes levied against personal property,
nelius R. 2.
B. CHOWNING, Prop.
hen and Vesta Greer visited
Mr. and Mrs. Hiatt entertained the
Henry Ediger, fanner, Portland and which shall have been unpaid, and
R^edville last Thursday, guests G l . r club and ^
shall levy upon sufficient goods and
Aliss Bertha Kirkwood at the urday night. The evening waa spent R .2 .
chattels of delinquent taxpayers and
S. A. Hutchison, fanner, Banks sell same to satisfy said tax, or said
e of her aunt, Mrs. John with the usual game, 500. After the
game waa finished prises were a ward- R. 3.
Sheriff shall charge said personal prop- Nixon Building
ANOTHER METRO TRIUMPH
THE STAR THEATER
Fri. and Sat., Mar. 3 and 4
M ARY MILES MINTER
Emmy of Stork’s Nest
5c and 10c
B U Y A CARTON
C. R . Lashain
P lum bing
Funeral Directors and Embalmers
A. M. SELEY,
SIGNS, SHOW CARDS, UNTERN
PALACE BARBER SHOP
Baths Shaves Haircuts Shampoos