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V w F o re t Grove Cannery will soon
Mr„ r|Bra Goomanof WauaaUi wia>>
huve a service fl«*g.
la visiting at the home of her uncle,
Ambrose Porter. Mrs. Cjoomanf with
Rt'flul ( ili lues. Dr. ttt'mom'H.
the Porter family, visited last week
Gal»* Grange No. 282 will hold Carl Henkle of Portland spent Sun- with Mr. and Mrs. I,ouiH Wilcox of
th«* rcKular monthly meeting Sat- dsy at the Lee Sparks home.
T A N L A C at
Lit tier’« p h .ir-
Miss .Dora Baker is teaching in the
u «lay, Sept. 7th Koulint* and
Union high school in Clark county,
initiatory work in flmt and »ec-
Andy Phillips and family came out Wash., nine miles from Vancouver,
ond degrees will he conducted dur from Portland Saturday ami visited Miss Haker is a graduate of P. U. and
ing forenoon session he»id< s spec Mrs. Phi Hip’s sister, Mrs. Zoa Har- is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Baker. Another daughter, Miss Incy
ial business lelating to the Fair trampf
left Monday morning for Port-
land where she will teach in the city
| for Mr. laaimis,
A dandy line of Indica’ hou-c
Miss Bessie W’ ilson o f Portland was
Mrs. Thomas Vironstag o f Portland
dresse* and aprons at Anderson’s. visited this week at the ix>ckwood a week-end visitor here at the home of
Will Taylor, son of John Taylor home east o f town. Mrs. Vironstag her father, James Wilson.
and wile (formerly Mi»» Staley )ol was Miss May Church and is a gradu-
Mrs. H. W. Oiwry visited with her
I’orlland spent the Wi «k-end with j aU> of thr l’’,,r‘‘Ht <irove high school, son and family at Reedville one day
Forest Grove relative» und Mendt ' 1 la.H" “/
. last week. Her son, II. A. l<owry, is h
O rder your Wint r H supply Of sergeant and is now in Vancouver
N o m s AND PERSONALS
H. T. GILTNER
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
P H O N E 701
South Main Street
Will Devlin, »on o f Mr. and Mr».
J»me» Devlin, will go to Lamp Lewi».
|en al Yamhill. Mr. Vance is 90 year*
Wnl and Porter Buxton autoed istiation will show iheconcreie
Mr. Devlin has three other *on» in the old but travels around some, and for
out from Portland and Visited results o f “ Hooverism.”
•ervice, Walter, in the navy, on the (m,veral year» p»»t has run a small bee the Buxton and Porter families I gether, Tt will be One o f the
French coa»t when Jaat heard Irom; __
__ j,, Idaho and has shipjied honey, ^yridity
coun y ’s leading gather ngs for
Hoy, in France, and laiwrence in the j here.
Miss Bertha Hollo^oet of Port the winning of iht- war.
Marine» »taliuned at San Diego.
Karl, the 17-year-old »on of Mr. and
At the same time it is weil to
Se«.* th Round Oak wood and Mr«. Edward Friday, recently died at ^arid was a Forest Grove visitor
coal lang«*, with or
(¡rants Pus«. Several year* ago the the first of the week
remember that-Washington is one
plate attachment, at the Gordon family resided near Bank«.
Mrs. Fnd Buskuhl and child- of the !o,tmosl counties in the
Mi«« Hilda Mann is attending the rt.„ returned Monday f*om Suth-1s,aLt' m “ kfitulture and dairying
Mr». Ague* Knox, who liv«-» just ca»t Henke-Walker busines» college in Port-
and the exhibits along these lines
of town near the race track, just r e -, Uf|d an(j wij|gw dll. to aoon. Mi8S Mann erlin, Or,-., where they l ave been
will be worthy of the prizes of-
ceived word that her two son». Boy j jf( R KriM|uiltt, ot the local high School, camping since the first of July.
and Paul, had recently landed in r ranee, l lyjg cla«»
Mis. R. F Clark and the child lered and worth go ng miles to
Mr». Edward sturge»« of Boi»e, hla..
Framed Columbia highway ren spent F'riday to Monday with see.
and Mr«. Billy Randle of Seattle re-
at thp Book StO e.
friends in Portland. Pmf Clark
An Annual .Meeting
cently visited with their siater, Mr».
a d e a bu iness tf ip to McMinn-
F. (¡. Sc hr oil.
meeting of the W.
evening at the Bennett home in the
A fine .assortment of NuBone Kansas City section in honor of their V,lie **r,d *>’ la t ’ R im in g , he C T. L’ for e ection of officers
and College (ii I cor-els and nov daughter. Mis« Mabel Bennett. Re- joined hs family and they ail j and reports of deparlm* nt super-
elty waists at Mrs Richards’ fre«hmt;nt» o f ice cream and cake were came home on Monday.
ini, tuients will be he d at Mrs.
Novelty Shop, Pacific avenue.
I erved_ Th# parly luft at H lat, hour.
Mr-. E F\ Cruiksh ink and Bishop’s on F'riday, Sept. 6th at
Picnic packages, paper plate**, au wishing Mis» Bennett many returns
daughter, Mary, who h ,ve spent 2.3 j p. m. K B. Penfieid.
paper napkins, p a p «* r towels, j cf the ,jay.
I herint)» bottles, in f ,ct every* j J. \ . Thornburgh, county chair- th pas: three weeks visiting at | There is a notable" and impor-
thing for your outing at Lit tiers m.in of the F'ourth Liberty Loan
hom«* of NJrs. C ruikshank s tant reason for the postponement
. . ..... sister, Mis Fallen F. Scott, l> ft of the opening of Pacific Univer-
E. W, Christensen o f the aviation c o m m it '«■•', h a s
r« ceived 808
last week lor their home in Fort sity. That reason will be set
c o r p o f Long Island, New York, ha« Fourth Liberty Loan buttons
forth in due lime.
been visiting here with his brother. H. j
\\ m Brodt. who lives on Col- Dodge, Iowa.
L ( hristensefi. and family. He is now
: lege Wa*, h »s built a Luge barn
stationed at Joyce, Washington.
‘ on his farm one and one-half
Washington County Fair
FOREST GROVE, September 19 and 20
Military band, Soldiers in action, Airplane, Flfghts,.
Monster Libei ty Loan Rally with Speakers who have
been Over There. Patriotic Women.’s Parade.
Unexcelled Agricultural and Juvenile Exhibits.
Buy your groceries, fish, v«*g-
and ail members
elaliies ami second-hand house- ^ Mrs Nettie . M . Austin enjoyed Guarantee Tickets now selling
_ at $1.00
hold goods of the F>onomy store a we«*K-« t d visit with htr daugh* j ycur famtly o all sessions of the fair without extra cha ge. See repre-
D**lge bldg , cor. 3d street anti i«*r,
” ‘“ L - who
‘l‘ ~ came down
‘ fiom sentative in your section or order direct from manager or secretary
Bremerton, Saturday, where she These tickets will not be on sale during the fair.
Go to F' A. Moore’■ store, cor- ! is a sienographer in the radio de
R. H. JONAS, Manager, Beaverton, Oregon
ner Pacific Avenue and Third1 partment
street, for up-to date hair cut*
Miss F’loy Norton and mother
and shaves Also ice cream, cold
drinks and lunches. Phone 181 moved i his week to Salem where
Sherman Bacon and daughter, Dor the former will t< ach in the pub
othy, of Portland, form«*r resident« of lie schools.'
• 'p i E f l u G L E G V L L -
this city, visited here this week with
M r . and M rs . A lfred S ch rey er
relatives and friends.
. VT ,
|and daughter of Arnold, Nebr.,
Kenneth Ives o f Vancouver, spent |
Sunday here with his aunt, Mrs. Claude have b e e n visiting t h e Oscar
Burnworth family ar.d other oid-
Orville Mann, who belongs to the lime friends in this city.
aviation corps at Berkeley, Calif., was
I have for sa'e a new ford Se
home on a furlough last week and vis
dan, complete with electric lights
ited witli hi» parents, Mr. ami Mr». P.
and starter. F^quiped wuh all
modern c 'nveniences that ears
Mrs. A. A. Kirkwood returned
Saturday from Walport, Oregon
where «he has been vidiing h**r
husband, who is surveying at that
have s«*lling for $1200. This car
has be«*n run 1200 miles Not a
scratch on it. Will sell for $750.
Actual cost is $915. New tires
Miss Iva Conger and Ray Jackson
were married at the home o f the
bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Conger, on North Main street, Satur-
,lay <!V*'ninK. Rev. Ralph Putnam, for
mer pastor o f the Christian church in
this city, now Y. M. C. A. worker at
Vancouver, officiating. Relatives and
immediate friends were present. Mr.
Jackson is a former High School stu
dent and is now stationed at Vancouver
barracks. Mrs. Jackson attended busi
ness college in Portland at one time,
and has been a stenographer for Joe
Wiles in this city for some time. These
are fine young people and the Express
wishes for them many years o f happy
Melvm r.llis, w h o w e n t to
| now "f t h e Forest Grove barracks.
Cump Lewis in th»-August draft, I Planing Mill; phone 0232 30-ff
Mrs. Mary Watrous o f Heglar, Ida.,
here .visiting wi t h relatives and
hu» returned, b«*ing exempted by
George G. Hancock r»*al ea-
Her son, Harold Jensen, has
th e examining boa d a n d will' t«te. farm loans and fire insui-
a genOTal store at Banks.
aguin take up hi» ievidence east |ann’ n'*w ArK,‘*rsor' block
Mr. and Mrs. J .' W. Goodin arwT son,
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Waldron have re
I ceived a letter from their son, Harold, Melvin, of North Plains spent Sunday
Money to loan Valley Realty who is a sailor for Uncle Sam. This is at the Dan Parson’s home.
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon, ltt-ti their first letter from him in several
Thelina Via. Frances Christensen,
Those little render^ m the Fix- months. Their son, Karl, was a lso» Gertrude Smith end Rhode May had a
pr ss are money-makers for the sailor, made two tri|j» “ across” and litti*- Red ( ross part} 1 riday afternoon,
tyas disabled and sent home.
They are all saving War Stamps.
»Miss Gertrude Miller visited a
Mr. ano Mrs W. G. Freddi n
Notes on County Fair
few hours la»t 'I hur day after land visited last week with her parents. of The Da les, spent Sunday and
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hall o f lln- Oak
The Washington County Fair
noon wi t h W. H Greer an Hill section, Mrs. Anderson is a sten- Monday visit ng in
, will be the center of the rally for
tl lUghter, Vesta, wliLC on her w.iy jographer at a school teacher's agency Mrs. Ida M. I’a rick.
: the Fourth Liberty Loan. Not
fr> m Moscow, Idaho, to her home in Portland.
W C. Beni' r eft S tu day for on|y w j j , htre
posl(,r^ and fl^gs
Dr Ward is con inuing his
in Oak and. Calif.
practice and i- prepared to an-we. V a,’couv<-r* " * • ' i e h* ,,as acc’ pt* and speaker who have been ’Over
We deliver ice cream to any calls both day and night. Office j
wa chman in the, ’’I’^ere,” but there wi I beaM Ui
par! of the city Tell it to phon< h<»u s, fn»rn 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 mjSiandifer shipbuilding concern.; tary ^and from Vancouver Har-
632. Ottici* Sh' ar**r.
! p. m
Me will work even days in the ra(ks a company of Oregon's best
Go to th«* Erickson garage, K.
k and so his visits home will lrained fco!dit.rs and an airplane
of I*, building, fo your aun» r» -
monuments o f I/*wm & C o , Hills be only between shifts.
d e m o n s tra tio n
T h e nM rin.in wn
pairs, a c c e .surtes, tires, gas and , boro,
save the commission usually I . .
demonstration. I he pa none wo.
1 P.id to agen ts, as this firm deals
M 8’ 11 1 Lux.on., accom- m, n of the county will hold a
Mr •ml Mr». Ambrow PorUrof th«»,(Jirect|y w th |he (,u tornerg
A„ i panied by Miss Fula Tucker, monster parade The school child-
city will wkhi move to 1 iil»«nonk, for j m orium ,.n t» guaranteed satisfac sp<nt two day* at McMinnville j ren of the county will exhibit the
the benefit of the former a health, who .
. - war veteran.
1 1 c»n ly visiting the formei s par-1 be t results of their Industrial
is a Civil
M. V»nce, Who lives east °f thi. city. ,.n,s. Mr. and Mrs M. H. Miller. | Club project*. The Ft od Admin-
Carl Curtis ia now stationed at Van-.
couver barracks, but will probably be
ou l o! F o **<■ G r o v G and he
sent u, work in spruce later.
is now comp H mg a house. When
Mr«. F. W. Gragg left Monday for all is in nudiness he will move
White Salmon, Wa-<h., to visit with wii h his family to the farm.
her «ister, Mr«. A. Brown, who is ser-
Public sale biils-print« d at the
Forest Grove, Ore
Summons all the forces and resources of the Republic to
the defense of Freedom
Inb-me and long to-be-remem
bered hour« were those Tuesday
evening when ninety one of the
boys pf the«e parts assembled at
the court house in Hillsboro to
prepaie to start for Camp Lewis,
and those other hours on Tuesday
morning when the boys took the
train that, «hould bear them away
from their home, to be turned
over into the care of Uncle Sam
to help to decide the most epochal
war in-human history.
Large numbers of the closest
relatives of the boys were at the
Notice o f Sheriff’ » Sale
Notice ia hereby given that by virtue
of an execution, judgment order, de
cree and order o f »ale, issued out of
and under the seal o f the Circuit Court
of Washington County, Oregon, to me
directed and dated August 28. 1918,
upon a judgment rendered and entered
in sail Court on August 23, 1918, in
favor o f Ottice Shearer, plaintiff, and
against John Dodge, Maggie Dodge,
Thomas H. Greene. Nellie Klum and
------Kium, her husband, defendants,
for the sum of $1500.00 with ir*erest at
the rate o f 8 per cent per annum from
March 23, 1917, and the sum of $ 120.00
attorney's fees and the costs and dis
bursements herein taxed at $22.75 and
the costs o f and upon said writ, and
commanding me ♦*> make sale o f the
following described real property, to-
Beginning at a point 76.75 feet east
o f the northwest corner of lot 2 in
block 8 , in the City of Forest Grove,
Washington County, Oregon, according
to the recorded plat thereof, and run
ning thence east on the north boundary
o f block 8 , 125 feet to the northeast
corner o f said block; thence south 50
feet; thence west ¡125 feet; thence
north 50 feet to the place o f beginning.
Also beginning at the northwest cor
ner of lot 2 in said block 8 ; running
thence east 76.75 feet; thence south
100.875 feet to the south line o f the
north half o f lot 2 in said block 8 ;
thence west 76.75 feet to the west line
of lot 2; thence north 100.875 feet to
place o f beginning.
I will, on Saturday, September 28,
1918, at 10 o’ clock A. M. at the south
door o f the Court House in Hillsboro,
Oregon, sell at public auction (subject
to redemption) to the highest bidder
for cash in hand, all the right, title
and interest which ‘ vs within named
defendants, and each o f them had on
September 23, 1914, the date o f the
mortgage herein foreclosed, or since
said date had in and to the above de
scribed real property, or any part
thereof, to satisfy said execution, judg
ment order and decree, interest, costs
and accruing costs.
Dated this August 29, 1918.
Sheriff o f Washington County, Ore
H. T. BAGLEY,
Attorney for Plaintiff.
First pub. Aug. 29; last Sept. 26.
DR. H. C. FORTNER
DR. H. W. VOLLMER
In First National Bank Building
D. D. & M. B. BUMP
Attorneys at Law
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