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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1916)
NOTES ANI) PERSONALS Mrs. Ella Olson of this city was
vote cast at each election, also
in a fair, gentlemanly appeal to highest
District Attorney of that county and
represented T i II a m ook and Yamhill
Mrs. Jesuit* Covert v! Yd with tan hospital, Portland, Monday,
in last two sessions of Legis
W ashington County Editorial Association
friend» in Portland Monday.
always been a Republi-
at last accounts was doing
Mr. und Mr«. J. W. Hughes and
If nominated and elected will give
i my best efforts for the best interests
autoed to Portland Monday.
The Intermediate Christian En- Ernest E. iAng vs. Eva M.
of my district particularly and Oregon
I. Burpee of Cult.*» Creek had : deavor will give a play, “Hicks at Purtell.
Wifi oppose any change in
Foreclosure on mortgage Independent Telephone company generally.
laws passed by people unless such
College,'' at the Christian church
business in the city Tuesday.
is for better enforcement of the
upon certain real property in the last Sunday treated five of the change
Friday evening, May 19. Admis county
have no interests to serve but
Mrs. Lester Armentrout visited sion
local operators to an auto trip to endeavor. and I will give you my best
friends in Portland Saturday.
McFeeters, deputy assess Klatt. Suit for judgment on note Multnomah Falls, where the party Your support is respectfully solicited.
Highest price paid for Mohair or J. for H. Forest
Grove, is doing a i of $100 with interest.
T. B. HANDLEY.
their lunch and spent a
and Wool. A. (». Hoffman A Co. good and thorough
job of assess John Lord vs. John Leland enjoyed
very p l e a s a n t afternoon. The
For Htate Representative
Dr. Mallory of Portland visited ing and equalizing by viewing Henderson. Mortgage foreclos girls
Mi s s e s Gladys and
L. A. FKRNSWORTH
his daughters in this city Friday. each piece of property personally. ure with money to the sum of i Erma were
members of the Republican
involved, with interest.
Ross Reder and Carl Hoffman Guy McNutt hist week resigned $900
the case of Adah S. Moore Rurnworth and Grace Newton, I beg respectfully
to solicit your con
had business in Portland Tuesday. his position at Hailey's store and vs. In Edward
L. Moore for divorce (chaperoned by M r. a n d Mrs. sideration at the Republican
We will insure your auto against where he expects to engage in
fire, theft and collision. Hancock farming. Frank Fleck, late of the Plaintiff asks d i v o r c e on the Turnbull of Portland, Mr. Turn- sentative. I favor uncompromising
9-tf Schultz market, takes the place at j ground of cruel and inhuman j bull being Mrs. Hughes' brother. economy, clean-cut, fewer laws, and 7
t r e a t m e n t a n d non-support.
shall place the public interests ahead
I,. L. Lingley, the Portland at Hailey’s.
of pofitics. I shall work against un
torney, visited his mother in this Next Sunday morning at the alimony and one-third of all the ¡outing heretofore, hence they were necessary, frivolous and conflicting
and I shall give my best efforts
10:.‘J0 Maas, Rev. Father Ruck real property.
left in charge of the exchange to laws,
lightening the ever-increasing bur
of taxation created by expenditures
Mrs. E. E. Muller and daugh will speak on “The Subservience
Sunday The party left this city den
proportion to increase in wealth
ter of Ranks visited friends in this
be in line with Humane Week and Liesman, et a!., petition has been m., with Fred Davidson at the
L. A. Fernsworth.
Mrs. W. R. Ives and son, Ken one is invited. Renediction fol 1 Liesman as guardian of the four wheel.
of Washington county:
neth, visited friends in Portland lows High Mass.
i Liesman children.
for the Republican
The members of Holbrook lodge, appointment of A. H. Birreli as The first practice shoot of the nomination for the office
Mrs. J. M. Harber suffered a F. & A . M , conferred the third guardian of A n d r e a Christina Forest Grove Gun club for the the Primary Election to of be sheriff
relapse early in the week and has degree on a candidate Saturday Christensen, who is declared to be year will be h e i d a t the old 19th, 1916.
nominated and elected, I will give
been quite feeble.
night and held a smoker and ban an incompetent. She is ag d 48 grounds, east of the P U. campus the If protection
of my office to all pier-
Load your camera with Speed- a bunch of Hillsboro Masons at for the appointment.
at 10 o’clock m-xt Sunday morn sons and all classes
alike ; I will con
ex Films for best results. Lil- tended and Home very interesting
economical way, as
near as possible ; with fair and court
Fred Townsend of the Betheny city, are invited to participate. eous treatment to the public.
Mrs. J. M. Schaefer of the Kan-* 1 iting Masons.
Geo. G. Hancock.
was last week landed in
sas City district visited at the, S. A. Walker, Harry Giltner, E. the county
bastile by thesheiilf, Birds lc each and shells 75c per
Loomis home Monday.
W Haines and Chas. VanDoren .charged with threatening to take box.
voters: I am a
leave Monday to repr«*sent i the lives of his children. This is
Mrs. L. I). Crane of laurel- will
the local I. O O F. b o d ie s at the the second time within a year that
wood visited her sister, Mrs. Mal grand
lodge m<*etings at Roseburg. Townsend has been behind the
lory, in this city last Thursday. Mesdames
Porter and Pogue will bars. The first time was last
Mrs. K. B. Penfield, Editor
Miss Meta Rickey, a trained represent the Rebekah lodge and summer, when he was arrested on
at all times to give the posi-
C. W. Odell will go along as chap a charge of as-ault with a danger The W. C. T. U. will hold its endeavor
nurse, was called to Washington erone.
ous weapon, after he had slashe» last parlor meeting with Mrs taxpayers. in the interests of the
Tuesday by the illness of her
Howell of Beaverton with Randall Tuesday, May 23, at 2:30
D. M. Mclnnis.
The editor and family were the a Parley
during an altecation at p. m. Mrs. Walker, county sup
To the Voters of the Republican Party
This is Humane We e k and Mrs. M.S. Allen to a very enjoying the dinner table. After a trial,
for Washington County
most of the pastors will preach auto trip, embracing a visit to the
candidate for the nomination
next Sunday on humane treat Rurpee-Elliott P o u l t r y farm, havior.
Clerk, for the Primary
Ranks and Greenville. Messrs. The delegates from the different
ment of animals.
May 19th, 1916;
Rurpee and Elliott have one of Commercial organizations of the At 'he regular business meet have been chief held
Mrs. Elmer Rennett of this city the
largest and most modern county met in Hillsboro Monday ing at Mrs. Morgan’s on the fifth for the past two terms, Couuty
was operated on for appendicitis poultry
farms in this section of afternoon and ratified the consti those who wire present were Washington County, am familiar with in
having 900 white Leg tution presented by the constitu greeted by Mrs. Boidrick from the work of the office, and if nominated
at the Hillsboro hospital Sunday
and 15(H) chicks, and tion committee The organiza
and is recovering nicely.
and elected will during my term of of
Roekaway beach, who told some fice
the tion is now complete
to the duties thereof, exer
John Anderson left Tuesday business. The to trip understand
was made in
thing of her work there in the cising attend
economy, and courtesy to the
morning for Newport, where he the Allen Saxon, which
Sunday school and a girl’s club public.
went to attend the Woodmen of the hills between Gales Cretk
H enry A. K uratli .
the World convention.
Ranks like a jack rabbit.
The present di-trict attorney is home. Refreshments were served
L. M. Thomas, district deputy
of Washington County,
for the Knights & Ladies of Secur Following is the personnel and telling of his record and asserting
ity, will make an official visit to instrumentation of the Forest that 1 have had assistance in Ogilvie. But it was decided to I hereby announce myself as a candi
for the nomination on the Repub
Forest Council next week.
i some of the important cases I give a vote of thanks rather than date
lican ticket for sheriff in the primaries
Spray your trees well and get organization, of which all citi damage and every equity case from usual custom.
of May 19th, 1916. If I am nominated
and elected I will, during my term of
more and better fruit. Now is cal
tried has been won fn>- the county; May 15th, 1916.
office, conduct the said office honestly,
the time to use Arsenate of Lead. zens are so justly proud:
efficiently and economically
that no money has been paid for We will insure your auto against impartially,
Leader—R. C Walker.
For sale by Littler’s Pharmacy.
and for the best interests of the tax
of the county.
Mrs. E. I. Will left Saturday to Solo Cornet—Tom Todd.
tire, theft and collision. Hancock payers
at Hillsboro, Ore., this 28th
* 9-tf day of February,
join her husband at Los Angeles, First Cornet—Ray Jackson. mately pay the entire expense of & Wiles.
J. W. C onnell .
being accompanied as far as Port
The Express prints butter wrap
land by her mother, Mrs. Rertha
Voters are entitled to figures, hat j>ers with non-poisonous ink.
Morgan and G. E. Richards.
F ilc h .
may judge for themselves.
E Flat Clarionet—Walter Sears. they
and one-half y^ars he Political Announcements
Second R Flat Clarionet—Roy has tried three
Present Deputy Sherif Announces
damage and four
his Candidacy for
equity cases; has had an assi-tant
Altos—John Frost, Glen Hoar,
paid by the taxpayers; has
Willis Hines, Lawrence Pierce and cases,
the electors at the Republican
W. H. HOLLIS
tried five cases in the Supreme
to be held May 19, 1916
1 am a candidate for nomination to i * If nominated
Trombones — Clarence Lenne- The year 1915 was an average the office of Circuit Judge of the Nine pledges a strict and
ville, Ge o r g e Jackson, Joseph year .nd the fines and costs col the Counties of Tillamook and Wash duties and an economical admini
Loomis, Walter Watkins and El lected amount to $2,956.35 and ington, subject to the Republican Pri
election to be held May 19th,
the entire expense of opt rat mg mary
rf-svrv «•* n TT im 'r v n i m i i
the criminal courts amounted to 1916.
Raritones—C. R. I^asham and $13
520.40. These are the figures, minister the business of the courts of A GROWING DANGER
A. A. Hall.
records, after de this district justly, promptly and with
E Flat Rass -Chas. Walker. ducting from the the cost
of civil cases. the least possible expense to the tax is our high taxes and a step to
HR Flat Rass—Lester Jones. The figures here given are for payers.
reduce them is to vote for the
Less litigation; less exnense; less de man who will pay his own way,
criminal matters alone.
Snare Drum—Arthur Jones
and more justice shall be my aim.
I have had assistance in a few lay Your
Bass Drum—Howard Jones.
support is respectfully solicited.
cases and have won many, while
Saxophone Nelson Frost.
W. H. H ollis .
he has been assisted by his broth
for republican nomination
er, an able attorney, in nearly all
Back From Washington
For Circuit Judge
cases civil and criminal. To the Republican Voters of Washing
B. J. Simpson, local agent for of Do his
RIOIARD nrNNr.TT irl DAMAGED goods the Southern Pacific, returned last dozen cases during the past eight I am a candidate for the Republican (The Taxpayers’ Candidate)
A M utuai . M S p A e D c l ia UY l Frvrimi
in ssvlw pauts
Thursday from a month’s absence, years that he has tried alone ? nomination for Circuit Judge of the
A M E R IC A N
during which he attended the big If the office has been so ably Nineteenth Judicial District, compris If nominated
and elected, I will
Washington and Tillamook Counties,
Lay man’s Missionary congress, and economically conducted, why at ing the
time and at
at W'ashington, D. C., from the necessity for these misleading)
tention to the duties of the office,
? He made the state
April 26th to 30th, inclusive. statements
the same with Strict
T. B. HANDLEY
Thirteen hundred delegates, rep-; that the taxpayers were not re
Matinee - Tuesday 2:30 resenting
every state in the union
Washington, Lincoln, Yamhill I will, during my term, pay all
to pay over $500 per year, prising
and many foreign countries, were quired
while the figures show that the and I was
“Damaged Goods” registered
and Mr. Simpson, who entire
in Washington county 34 the traveling expenses and livery
after deducting years ago, born being
represented the Christian churches fines and expense,
a son of the late T. hire of the office, within the
costs collected for the B. Handley, attorney,
Children under 14 Not admitted greatest gatherings of its kind year 1915, was over $10,000.
county pioneer, and have spent my en county.
tire life in Tillamook and Washington Your support a n d influence
unless accompanied by parents. ever held in the worid. He will j I have refrained from attacking counties.
practiced law in Tilla will be much appreciated.
make a partial report at the the professional and social stand mook county Have
ing of my opponent, as I believe corder of Tillamook 4 was
Christian church this evening.
The County Seat
W. C. T. U. COLUMN
j TO VOTERS
J. C. Applegate
May 30 and 31
10c and 15c