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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1916)
S S H STAMPS GIVE*
tien Cébtfong Go,
S S H STAMPS GIVEN
J. C. APPLEGATE
Nominee for Sheriff.
c&on C&tfuttg Go.
Double S. & H. Stamps Given
members. A degree team from
Portland will put on the work
and all who have applied for
membership are urged to be pres
ent at 8 o’clock, sharp.
Mrs E. W. Haines and daugh
ters, Ruth and Grace, visited Sun
day at the Haines farm, near
Orenco, and took an auto trip
out the Pacific highway in the
Ronald, the three-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Webb, was
painfully stung by bees whi e
playing in a neighbor’s yard last
Thursday. After a physician had
fixed the little fellow up, he ex
plained to his papa that he had
been “playing beek-a-boo” with
NOTES AND PERSONALS terests in Eastern Oregon for the the
past week, returned home Sun
Job printing-phone 821.
W. C. T. 0. Notes
No. 1 Jersey family cow for Frank Bemis and family, who On Friday, the 20th, a large
sale; price $60. L. T. Sills, phone went to California several weeks number of members and friends
the W C. T. L\ met at the
ago to spend the winter, have of
of Mrs. Connet to welcome
Muid for general hou* work returned, having decider! Forest the new
president and listen to
wanted. Mrs. E. E. Williams, Grove was better than California Attorney Manche I^angley who
in summer or winter.
spoke briefly and answered ques
tions on each of the amendments
Remember the band dance at
to be voted upon at the coming
the I. 0 . 1) F buildind next Sat
Those consid«red were
Wash , accompanied by Mrs. Mer “The Brewers,”
“the dry,” the
The Express is prepared to meet former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
the prices of traveling calendar E. Meresse, last Sunday.
salesmen in lots of 100 or more.
The Cord-Rummell R e c i t a l pecially when the merits debate,
F o r Rent—Two neatly fur company,
on the fir.-t dates were brought forward. We
nished rooms, with board. First number of putting
Lyceum noted women who seldom speak
avenue and 3rd st.
40-1* course, appeared at Marsh
hall to be heard in a small gathering
Frank Meresse and family have last Thursday night and pleased a making their views distinctly
moved to Portland, where Frank very sizeable audience with high- manifest to all present on this
expects to engage in the drug bus class music.
A rising vote of thanks was
iness in the near future.
The Forest Grove high school tendered
Miss Langley, save by
The minstrel show at the Star football squad ran up against a the youngest
member present, the
Theater last Friday night was a trimming at McMinnville last infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Put
fairly meritorious production and Saturday, when the “Mac” glad nam, who voiced his approval.
was witnessed by a big crowd.
iators made four touchdowns; A card was read from our
president. Mrs. Reeher. a
Miss Lefa Egli, trained nurse. score 28 to 0. But the Groveites county
to the state convention
Calls answered d a y or night. made them work to win.
and Mrs. Reynolds
Phone 0263. Residence wi t h Arthur Reeher, who owns the pleasantly welcomed
our new local
Mrs. L. S. Phillips, 130 North old Vic Brown place, on Wilson president, Mrs. Phillips, to which
40-tf rives, lost his house, barn and she responded in a very happy
manner. The “Navy Blue,” un
Fire f r o m a defective flue considerable hay by a fire set by der
Jennie Armstrong, and
burned the home of Gerald Volk, a neighbor to burn brush last Sun the Mis*
“O'd Gold.” led by Mrs.
a former owner of the News- day. Mr. Reeher was in this city Reynolds, lined up for a member
Times, near Salem last Friday. at the time of the fire. He car ship contest Refreshment* were
by the hostess and all left
Loss $3,500, with $1,800 insur ried $800 insurance on the house served
they had enjoyed a beauti
ful time on a beautiful day.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Elder and A homestead of the Brother
K. B. Penfield,
son, Master Lamborn, who have hood of American Yeomen will be
been visiting friends and relatives organized at K. of P. hall Satur
and looking after their farm in- day, Nov. 4th, with about thirty- Money to loan—Valley Realty
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
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DILLEY NEWS NOTES
Ballot No. 70
THE BEST OF
Fresh and Cured
Chipped Dried Beef,
Sweet and Sour Pickles,
Fancy SWEET WATERMELONS Olf ICE
All Kinds of Fruits
C. H. GIGUERE, Prop.
nic=3or=z>llt •' • no»-.......... :
Mrs. M. E. Dilley came down from
Amity the first of the week to viait
her son. Bud. for a couple of weeks.
Seth Verimlyea blew into town from
Tillamook last week for a short stay
with home folks.
Rev. Cecil Tupper, who is studying
at Eugene, came home last week to
officiate at the Rodolf-Johnson wed
Oren Hatten and Mr. Wilson from
Portland attended the party given by
the United Artisans at their hall last
Mrs. Tom Hundley is visiting in
Hillsboro this week.
Mrs. Harold Hanson has been on the
sick list for a week.
Mr. Borgan and wife returned home
Monday, after an extended visit in the
THE PUBLIC PULSE
Explaining the Recall
Hillsboro, Ore., Oct. 22.
The recall movement against D. B.
Reasoner, County Judge of Washing
ton County, has not been fairly report
ed in the Hillsboro papers, which are
in sympathy with Mr. Reasoner; nor
in the dispatches which have been sent
to the Portland papers.
T H IR O
r. G . Ex . 10 - ZC-U
Thi* movement is a revolt of the
farmer folk of Washington county at Who wants
a good second-hand
the futility of their efforts to get good
roads built with the taxes which they camera? A college student has a
have been voluntarily levying upon good 7x10 camera that h - wants
themselves for years. The experience to trade for some good laying
of the people of Dist. 25, who inaugur hens. Leave your phone number
ated this movement, has been the gen
eral experience of the people of the at the college office or call on Ben
whole county and the rural districts | Willard. Will give you a bargain.
stand almost solidly behind it.
NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING
The voters of Dist. 25 protested
against the appointment of a man as Notice is hereby given to the legal
supervisor, whom past experience had voter»
of School District No. 15 of
taught them they did not want, and Washington
State of Oregon,
nearly forty men presented to the that a School County,
county court a petition signed by over will be held at Central of School
80 per cent of the voters of the district on the 18th day of November, Building
asking for the appointment of another two o’clock in the afternoon to 1916,
man. Judge Reasoner accorded them tne proposition of levying a special
neither consideration nor courtesy. He
said that he was not there to be dic district
amount of money needed
tated to; that their petition was not by the district
the fiscal year
worth the paper it was written on; beginning on June during
that he would appoint no man the peo ing on June 25th, 1918, is 1917,
ple petitioned for; that HE was doing the following budget and includes the in
that and it was none of their business; amounts to be received from the
that they had nothing to say about it. county school fund, state school fund,
There were about 20 per cent more
district tax, and all other mon
names than were necessary on the re special
call petition when handed to the county
clerk, and they were gathered by the Teachers’ salary BUDGET
volunteer efforts of farmers and their Furniture
wives at their own expense and per Apparatus and supplies, such
maps, chalk, erasers,
sonal sacrifice. There is no politics be as
curtains, etc. ........ 200.00
hind this recall; no money; no influence,
except a deep and abiding resentment Librarv
of the people of this county against Repairs of schoolhouses, out
buildings or fences ........... 400.00
the gross mismanagement of their af Playground
fairs and a grim determination to find Janitor’s wages
some way to better conditions.
Janitor's supplies .............. 200.00
" ........................ 400.00
TAX PAYER. Fuel
Light and Power .................. 300.00
W ater............. .................... 60.00
............ • 105.00
Notice is hereby given, That by Clerk's
virtue of an Execution issued out of For the payment of bonds,
and under the seal of the Circuit Court warrants, notes and others
of the State of Oregon, for the County ! prior
to May 22, 1915, and
of Washington, dated the 18th day of for interest
October, 1916, in favor of Roy Hessel- For the payment
tine, plaintiff; and against Jacob F. warrants; notes, and other
Tracy and Pacific Land & Water Co., a indebtedness, contracted on
corporation, defendants, for the sum of or after May 22, 1915, and
for interest thereon_____ 2500.00
$20.00 cost and the further sum of General
supplies and expens
$278.67 with interest thereon from the es, including
18th day of October, 1916, at the rate ence and manual
of eight per cent per annum, and for supplies, music, art, tele
the further sum of $50.00 Attorney phone rent, etc_________ 1 , 000.00
Fees, to me directed and delivered, Total estimated a mo u n t of
commanding me to make sale of the money to be expended for
real property hereinafter described, I all purposes during the year 32,030.00
have levied upon and pursuant to said
school fund dur
Execution I will on Monday, the 27th ing the coming
school year$ 5,334.00
day of November, 1916, at the South From
door of the Courthouse in Hillsboro, ing the coming school
Washington County, Oregon, at the Estimated amount to be re
hour of ten o’clock a. m. of said day, ceived from all other sourc
during the coming school
sell at public auction to the highest es
bidder for cash in hand, all of the fol year ..................
lowing described real property, lying, Total estimated receipts, not
the money to be
being and s itu a te in Washington including
County, Oregon, and more particularly it is proposed to the vote
described as follows, to-wit:
The Northwest Quarter of the South
estimated expenses for
west Quarter (N. W. 1-4 of S. W. 1-4) Total
the year ........................
of Section Thirty-Two (32), Township Total estimated receipts not
Two (2) North of Range Five (5) West including the tax to be 9,629.00
of Willamette Meridian, containing 40 voted .........................
acres, all in W’ashington County, Balance, amount to be raised
by district tax ................
to satisfy the hereinbefore named sums will be required to produce the amount
and for the costs and expenses of sale of
special tax money shown above.
and said writ.
this Uth day of October, 1816.
Said sale will be made subject to re
CHAS. O. ROE,
Chairman Board of Directors.
demption as per statute of Oregon.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this 19th Attest:
EARLE 0. BUXTON,
day of October, 1916.
J. E. REEVES.
Sheriff of Washington County, Oregon.
By GEO. ALEXANDER,
J N. HOFFMAN
LANGLEY & LANGLEY,
Attorney At Law
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Date of First Publication, Oct. 26,1916. Patent Office Business Solicited
Date of Last Publication, Nov. 23, 1916. ForestGrove,
We’ll on Save
anything in the line of
Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions
Ladies’ and Gents’ Underwear
at half price ; Children’s regular
25c hose, 2 pair for 25c.
Pure White and White River Flour, $1.80 a sack
Comer Third 9t. and Pacific Ave
F. A. MOORE