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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1916)
In this day o f militarism
t a n c e o f communication
with a base o f supplies.
Nothing is so accessible
and a l w a y s
reach as a checking account
with this bank.
We furnish the means o f
Mrs. Cornelius Richardson at
tended grand opera in Portland
Mr. and Mrs T. E. Lewis, of
Cornelius spent Monday afternoon
with Mrs. Langley of this city.
The County Seat
Washington County Editorial Association
Alfred Blank and Ada Westfall,
both of Tualatin, secured a mar
L. C. Misz arrived in the city riage license last week. Mr. Blank
Tuesday evening for a visit with i> a well-known resident of Tua-
his fam i'y, coming from M ontana., )atin and recentiy purchased the
What's Your Herd Worth?
John Cornelius of Blooming, Westfall store of that place. Miss |
was attending to business matters Westfall is the daughter of Leon
in this city the first of the week.
Weftfall, old settler of that com
D r. and Mrs E. B. Brookbank,
were among those who attended
A license was also issued to
grand opera in Portland Saturday. Wayne A. Van Kleck and Mabel
If the Dairy industry grows, Washington county will, also.
New arrivals in fancy blouses, R. Smith of near Scholls. Mr.
waFts and neckwear at Mrs. Van Kleck is the son of J. J. Van
We are jobbers for the ‘ ‘Star line” for the state o f Oregon j
Richards’ , two doors west of post- Kleck, a well-known farmer of part 0f the state of Washington. We sell to the dealers, as
' that section. Miss Smith is also agents, in all o f the principal towns outside, but keep Washing
Mrs. T. H Webley is slowly
recovi ring from injuries received a resident of the Scholls distr e . county for ourselves.
But one suit has been filed n
If we can sell to the dealers outside this county, we should!
from a fall the latter part of last
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talker s (
ly of the
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lid of a f<
I the pre:
le beds of
Ken are r.
R. W . Reder, one of the live
Hollis boosters, made a bus
F ir s t N a tio n a l
A full line o f Stalls, Stanchions, Litter Carriers, etc.
ineSs trip to Portland Thursday Huber. This estate aggregates in
Forest Grove*, Ore.
the neighborhood of $7500.
of last week.
Have you another firm in Washington county in any line thi
Several suits were filed in cir
Although the pria
Miss Bertha Allen, a teacher in cuit court the past week, all but can honestly make the following statement.
Member Federal Reserve Bank.
our public schools, spent Saturday one being mortgage foreclosures. o f Steel Barn Equipment have advanced about 20 per cent, it
and Sunday at her home near Fred Bulling has filed suit on never before sold to the farmers on this coast at as low a price j
mortgage for $600 dated Feb. 28, we are offering it to the farmers o f Washington county at the pri
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
ent time. We will back this statement with the prices.
William .Schulmerich of Hills
Theresa Ruhe vs Chas. H Os
boro has filed as democratic can-
Job printing phone 821.
born, satisfaction for mortgage,
didate for the legisla! ure from made in 1913. for the sum of $800,
Hancock & Wiles carry Life.
with interest from that date.
Accident & Fire Insurance.
1-tf Washington county.
Chas. L. Brown vs Geo. Little,
Miss Mary Cori returned last
Joe and Blair Knox started for
week from Corvallis where she foreclosure on mortgage of $2400,
Denton, Montana, Monday.
had been visiting her parents. made in 1815. Demands interest
Found Gold cuff link. Can Mr. and Mrs. L. J Corl, for two from date of mortgage.
be recovered at Express office.
M. H. Grosbeek vs Carl A. road located at intervals between ' survived by a widow and a son
Get your lime and sulphur
Have a good second-hand cam- Kampa, foreclosure on
and Reedville and be- nine, as well as two sisters, M
- - dated in August, 1911. Suing
sprays at Lit tier’s Pharmacy.
era that will take 8x10 or 0x7
and Witchhazel. J. S. Buxton of this city and
for the recovery
Wanted— Girl f o r g e n e r a l pictures. What have you to offer
here as soon Dr. p. Q. Charlton of LaGrai
housework. Inquire at Express us a trade ? Value of complete $1600, with interest from August, as t he ground becomes dry enough. Mrg. Charlton arrived in this
$30. Reply to B. W. j 1915-
iut fit is $25.
\\ hen this piece of road is finished, . . .
Chas. R. Cox and Vina Cox vs the remainded of the funds will be -n °n(*ay morning to accont]
box 643, City
Mrs. Roper and children of
H. W. Maryland, mortgage fore
Andy Vaughn, who left here
put on i he road between between Mr. and Mrs. Buxton to Newpo
Newport, are visiting Mrs. F. A.
closure, to recover $3500, with
Forest Grove and Hillsboro.
but they were d e t a i n e d
interest for two years.
Tuesday on account of a land:
ing in Portland, is a candidate for
In the ease of Melissa J. Steves
We will insure your aut o against
the Yaquina Bay line of
fire, theft and collision. Hancock the nomination lor constable for vs Geo. Steves, the plaintiff is a office, where the force is busy
Multnomah county. He is an un woman 70 years of age, asking
[rs. A B.
for a divorce from her husband, early and late collecting in taxes
Just Arrive I— A fresh supply of cle of Roscoe Van hn of this city. ¡who, she alleges, has failed to! and issuing tax receipts. Satur
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Whitman’s Chocolates, the hist
Mi s Bertha Kirkwood of Port support her and for the p ist yc*;.r day night, when the day’s work
lid of the;
made, at Littler’s Pharmacy.
land was in F oust Grove a few | has treated her ,n a way other was finished, the total collec
Miss Edna Iler was absent
school last Tuesday.
Some days, it is | tions were $117,702.96.
Mrs. L. M . Sparks and son, i hours Monday looking business af than human
Charley, visitod Mrs. S. M. Wiest fairs. Miss Kirkwoo
house and sit for hours and some- Reasoner are still busy, the work and Sunday with her parents, Mr.
in Portland this week.
attend school in the State Norm 1!
times t h e entire u a y without is being done very quietly. It is Mrs. W. J. Thornburgh, of Banks,
i the fact I
The Express is prepared to m et at Monmouth the remainder of speaking. He continually asked said by some that the petitions
A series o f stereopticon slideswi
the prices of traveling calendar the school year.
that she* accompany him to Idaho, are filling fast, and in a short shown to the pupils last Thui
salesmen in lots of 1(10 or more.
A veiy nice line of new and u p -! The defendant is alleged to have tjme the necessarv number o f They were some o f the new slides
late, and tl
I cently purchased by the school
We will insure your auto against to-date trimmed hats at very t spent the plajntiff’s money to the ¡signers will have been secured
j showed the homes and habitations
fire, (heft and collision, Hancock reasonable prices. Watch for our extent of $1700 to satisfy debts!
l many o f the low and half-civili
pre-Easter sale. Am organizing incurred by him prior to the n:ar-
1 After ant
classes o f people. Prof. Inlow kii
a class in millinery. Anyone in- '*;ige. She asks for her former
Airs. J. S. Buxton Sunday re-
explained to the pupils what each
The Portland Oregonian six terested in learning the trade c. n name> Melissa J. Jackson,
i ceived word of the death of her ture was and something interest
days a week and the Forest Grove learn particulars by calling on
Cases numbering three were
Express once a week for only Mrs. Watson, at the Elva Milli- tried and, in theca, e of Shaw vs brother, Ira C. Hampton, and left connected with each.
$6.00 a year.
Linderman, a verdict was returned I Tuesday morning for Newport
Nelson Johnson was absent fro
for the plaintiff. Last fall Shaw j that place to attend the funeral, j 8ck°o1 °" Wednesday.
One of the social events of the ywl br town an
and Linderman were mixed up in j Deceased was born in Forest
a row and in retur n for injur ies
o-Yu ' To" / " V j " j i wa8the Sophomore party last Frida;I ereattribu
¡received Linderman a s k e d for t ° X
T A p n ‘ 2° th’ 18‘ 4’ and dled niKht- Mr- Hoyt and Miss Huntol bis organiza
$2000 damages. The verdict al-1at Newport March 26th, 1916, were the chaperons.
I With anot
that wo hto exclusive selling «Kents in Forest (trove for
Willis Hines was absent from school|
I lowed him $5.00.
being almost forty-two years of
In the case of H. C. Allen vs aPe-
John Koniger, the ease was dis-
When Ira was ten years of ace „ Miss Ruth Willis visited her parents, I lomen at Pa
This mplemont can be used as a cultivator in six
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Willis, of Banks|
keon “ T
different ways and as a seeder a s well ; absolutely
r *0* 0' llwplain,i'1 h b r ents m ü v id from
L Z .
the best garden tool we have ever seen.
Next Friday evening at the High tprovement
Richard N. Gardner vs Grace t0 Xewport’ where he has lived
nlaiilUff a'most continuously ever since. , Scho°l building there will beadebatt bmforts of
1 W. Gardner; di cree for pit
All Kinds of
For .-everal years he has been af- !,etween the two Sophomore English |hen she as.-
Up to Saturday night, reports
FARM ANI) GARDEN IMPLEMENTS
with kidney and bladder classes. The question is the “ Literacy | ““Civic Im
showed the registration of 3,252
Test. ’ All are welcome to attend.
Garden Hose and Sprinklers
republicans, 821 democrats and trouble and on January 3d, last,
Miss Marie Raffety visited her par-1 Lvements tl
344 of different minor parties.
he was operated on at a Portland ents at Mountaindale Saturday
Only one more aspirant has hospital for his ailment, but with- Sunday.■
[w little spe
registered for offi e since last week out much benefit, for he has been
M . Kinney, after L Miss Peters
his _ is M. J. Hessey
Scholls. a very s <-“k man ever since and
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
who is out lor countv commis- bas>pd a"'ay Sunday, as stated spending a week with her parents,
°ns in her
i Air. and Mrs. J. T . Buxton,
James T. Mayin, a resident of
Besides his aged parents, he is returned to her home in Astoria: | | After a brill
Tigard, was committed to the
bon by tl
asylum at Salem Friday.
Preparations are being made
by the county court to close the
• aims and i
gap in the road between Hillsboro
and Beaverton. There is about
Our meat wagon is now covering the
route covered last year.
Inside o f ten days
we will replace the wagon with an auto de
livery car, equipped with refrigerator and
. great ii
Notice is hereby given t h a t the
other equipment for keeping meat cool, fresh
County Court for Washington County.
• in the near
Oregon, has «p o in ted the undersigned
and clean. We give Green Trading Stamps.
as executors of the last Will and Test
ament of Rosanna Anderson, deceased,
amt all persons having claims against
said estate will present them to the ex
of the ri
ecutors at the office of Manche L an g
ley. in Forest Grove, on or before the
Lord Ac G ignore
expiration of six months from the date
of this notice.
-T h e-
Forest Grove, Oi
ARE YOU AW ARE
Iron Affe Cultivators and Seeders?
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
r a l f e ys*
WATCH FOR OUR
Saturday, April 8th
The Pacific Market
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Dated this 23rd dav of March iMlfi
J. M. HIATT
E D W A R D G. ANDERSON
LA N G L E Y A LAN GLEY, Attorney».
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