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Yet he says ho pots
more satisfaction out of
his small chew of Gravely
than he ever got out of a
big chew of ordinary to
bacco. "Real Gravely has
a pure, rich taste," says
Pete. "It's sweetened just
enough, and one small
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
escn piece pjc-sea
Try the Argus, $1.50 per year.
John l.oftis, of above North
Plain. va in Sunday.
S. Iinmuit, of West I'nion.
was an Arjrus al!er Saturday af
ternoon, Kiowtrs for funerals and other
necnMiins.- rerj;i'H Floral Co.,
Hillsboro. 3 2 -If
A. 1. Selioonover, of Cornelius,
was an , Argus caller Monday
fN Dr. Lowe, Saturday to 4
o'cloek only. (5o in t lie
moriiiiiif if positile.
Mr. and Mr. A. J. Matod, of
Portland, were out Tlianksuivini.
truest? of Dr. F.. T. Helm and
Ambers Thurnhurtrh, of For
est irovi', was down town tbe
first of the wet k, ami for his SO
years carries bis age like a boy.
Jos. lVslcr, of Portland, was
out T'lankssriv'mg, the guest of
his parent. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Fesslt-r. He was accompanied by
15en Hcesacker, of Verboort,
came in with bis family Thanks
giving ami spent tba day with Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Bernard, of
Allen S. Dilley, of Portland,
Mas tint the last of the week, and
visitt-tl HilNhoru a short while be
fore goinit on m to look over bis
ranch above Forest drove.
F. V. Barber, of Cornelius,
was in the city Moudav, oh legal
business. 1'red dried 26,000 lbs,
of prunes this year, consisting of
his own crop and purchases.
As Dr. Lowe will not be in the
city till spring after his trip here
Saturday, Dee. 7th, he would sug
gest all persons in need of glasses
seeing him without fail, as tbe
eyes should not be neglected.
Peter Grossen, of Helvetia,
was in town Saturday, returning
from n visit at r.stacada. Enronte
he was backed out of the right of
way by a cow. lie met a herd on
the highway and when lie honked
the born of his machine the bov
ine tbot lie was challenging him
to combat and charged the ear
Pete hacked ui. and got out of
the way, thinking discretion the
better part of valor.
J. J. Krebs, of Hockaway, was
over the last of the week, return
ing Monday. J. J. has been elect
ed Justice "of the Peace for bis
precinct and know s how to wear
the rohe of justice. Hillsboro of
fenders will do well to keep an
eye on Jake when they viot the
beach next summer.. Mrs. Krebs
accompanied him and they were
called lieu: to attend the funeral
of Mrt. Krebs' brother, Dick
Win, Kotliermal, a member of
Gleneoc Lodge Xo. 22, a painter
by trade, was killed in action on
the American front, just before
the war closed. His mother lives
at Astoria, al present, but they
formerly lived at North Plains,
where they own some property.
Judge (loddiii, who was in town
Saturday, says the young man
was highly esteemed by a large
eirele of friends and Pylhians at.
the Plains city. lie was aged
about 25 years.
Ray Kiiimott, who has spent
the summer and fall down in tbe
Klamath Falls country, returned
last week, spent Thanksgiving
with his parents, and started for
Edmund Ion, Alberta, and from
there will go north, where he ex
pects to go into the stock busi
ness. Mrs. F.nimott will remain in
the valley until next spring, and
if Ray locates will then join him.
F.mniott knows the stock game
and if he decides to stay north
will do hh well as anyone can.
Wm. I In ritemaiiti , with the U.
S. Pumping; Station at Camp Lew
is since lie went to that canton
men over a yvnr ago, was over
and spent Thanksgiving with his
wife anil brothers, at Oak Park.
Win. says that he expects to be
released as soon as tbe canton
ment is abandoned. He was look
ing liner than silk, and says that
the life agrees with him, but now
that the wr is over he wants to
lct back to that little irrigated
ranch which is such a great producer.
chew holds its pood taste
so long. 1 figure that this
class of tobacco costs mo
nothing extra maybe fs
than I d have to spend foi
It eot ftttkrr that's trht js
rati ft! tkf rJ tate f lusi
f lTn rV.'A.iW txtra nil,
m :i pouai
I). E. Corbett, of Shady Brook,
was in town Tuesday.
C, C. Johanscn, of south of
Bcedvillc, was in town Tuesday.
Herb Luck, of near North
Plains, was a city visitor Tues
Harry (.'line, of Laurel, was
greeting friends in town the tirst
of the week.
Adolph Ilut-.eluii.mn, of near
Orcnco, was transacting business
in tow n Tuesday.
F. A. VanAken, of blooming.
ami i reil .arup, ot near Koy,
were city visitors Monday.
(itistav Krause, of the. James
place. South Tualatin, was over
town the first of the week.
W. II. Lyda, of above Forest
(rove, came down Tuesday to
confer with the county board on
I'.. Klinger, of Tualatin, was
up to the city Tuesday morning.
Klinger has been in the quarry
ing business for the county for
Those desiring dry slabwood,
four foot or 16-inch, four foot fir,
lti-inch fir, or coal, notify us at
once. Prompt delivery. H. IX
Sehmchzer, Tel. 2177, res.; office
John Meier, of near Bethany,
was a city caller Tuesday. John
has been making cheese for 20
years and says he has no trouble
in getting 40 cents per pound for
all he can market.
For Sale Dr. C. R. Bloyd, on
Maple St.. foot 'of Third, has
about 300 lbs. of first-class Fran
quette walnuts for sale at 35
cents per pound. Fine, well
cured, and splendid flavor. 40
Arthur Knox and Ch'as. Wall!,
of above (iaston, were city callers
Monday. Mr. Knox has three sons
in the service, one at San yiego,
irilli the I'. S. navy, one at Lake
Crescent, Washington, and Will,
Taken Up Pair bay geldings,
about 1000 lbs each. Owner may
hive same by proving property,
paying keep and advertising. -Jos.
Harrington, 1 mile east of
Shetllin station. Address, Corne
lius, Route 1. 38-40
Richard Wiley, manager of the
Columbian Optical Co., at Salt
Lake- City, L'tali, came in Mon
day evening and remained over
night with his father, W. V.
Wiley. He was visited by Lieut.
Jude Reiter recently. Reiter is
now in Virginia.
J. F. Johnson, who has been
located in the Buxton country for
21 years, was a caller Tuesday.
The survey for the Beaver Creek
railway runs through his place,
and in time it will no doubt be
built, and open up a nice body of
timber on beyond.
Judge Reasoner was at Middle
Ion. Sunday, and when be return
ed he brot the Argus a fine sam
ple of the prunes dried by our old
friend. Ch.'ts. True, who altho
Hearing the 80 year mark still
turns out many tons of this much
sought for product every year.
The only reason ('has. didn't en
list and get into the big fight was
the fact that his prune drier need
ed him for had he shaved clean
lie could have passed as a forty
fiver, and made good with any of
Jesse O. Crandall, of Myers,
Montana, arrived here Thanks
giving, for a visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Crandall.
Jesse says the Montana country
is there for production, and the
climate makes a man eat like a
lilaekfoot. He will remain sev
eral weeks. Crandall is appre
ciative of a joke on himself, but
be nulled a "boner" the other
day that, makes him sore, and
which may delay his return home
for a few days. He wrote his
wife on his arrival Itere and ad
dressed 'the b-tter to Hillsboro.
Hi' mailed it on the train and the
next day it popped back to this
eifv. To show Ids wife that In.
wrote as promised, Jess enclosed
tin- whole thing, envelope and
all, in another enclosure, and
sent it on its way over tbe divide.
If the old town wasn't so darned
dry he might have some explana
tions to make to Mrs. C.
Try the Argus, if I,, SO per year.
W. N. Hathorn, of Laurel, was
iu tow n Monday,
Sam Moon, of Ccntervillc, was
a city caller Tuesday morning.
John F, Bcrgcr, of near Beth
any, was a caller Tuesday morn
ing. For Sale Cheap -- Seven weeks
old pigs. A. F. F.isehen, Cornel
ius, It. 2. 40
Judge Stevenson, of (laics Cr.,
was down town Tuesday, greet
ing his friends.
Sam Kunn, of Portland, form
erly of Orenco, was an Argus
caller the' last of the week.
lion. C. F. Tigard, of Tigard
ville, was in the city Monday
morning, on legal 'business.
A. L. Grebe and wife, of Lau
rel, were city callers Tuesday,
Mrs. (irebe coming in for a Port
F.. P. Cornelius and family, of
above North Plains, came iu on
ThanksgU ing to eat turkey with
B. P. Cornelius and family.
I.ifa. Young, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Young, is very
ill from the Flu. at the home of
her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Clar
ence Young, H.t tlth St., Port
Four foot slab wood, aft.s
Sept. I, $2.75 per four foot cord;
sixteen inch wood, $3.25 per
cord. Place your orders at once,
(i. II. P. Lumber Co., South
Third St., Telephone 42. tf
C. (5. Cannon, of Pomeroy,
Wii.. arrived Monday evening
for a iit with his son, A. D.
Cannon, of the Cash Grocery.
Mr. Cannon is in business in
Pomeroy, the center of one of
the finest wheat belts in the fa
mous Palmist- region.
the RUSSELL TRACTOR.
atJtLT IN ALL 5l2tS
BEAN AND PLA THRESHERS
CALL OR WP.ITE FOR PARTICULARS
Kire liiiur mct 0uif-iy of i'ordnnd,
Dillon. The only l.i; Diiui OM
bine Comp my. l.tw s l'rouil !y l'aul
In the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Washington County
Claud H. Sheeley, Plaintiff,
John Schultz and Charles W. Wiegcl,
To John Schuitz and Charles W.
In the name of the State of Ore
gon: You are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the complaint filed
against you in the above entitled suit,
on or before the 20th day of January,
1919, .said date being after an expira
tion of six weeks from the date of the
first publication of this summons up
on you, the date of the first publica
tion being Thursday, December 5,
1918, and the date of the lawt publi
cation being Thursday, January 16,
1919; and if you fail so to appear, for
want thereof the Plaintiff will apply
to the Court for the relief prayed for
in his complaint, to-wit: That thcro
be found due and owing from you to
the Plaintiff upon a certain morteaire
set forth in his complaint, the sum of
lza with interest thereon from the
9th day of February, 1917, at the rate
of 7 per cent, per annum, and the
further sum of $22.31 taxes paid and
interwt thereon at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum from the 1st day of
March, 1910, and the further sum of
$75 attorney's ' fees and for judg
ment for such sums, together with the
costs and disbursements of this suit,
and a decree of this Court declaring
faid mortgage to tie a valid and sub
sisting lien on the real property des
cribed, and that said mortgage lie
foreclosed and paid real property to
be sold in the manner provided by
law and the practice of this Court for
the foreclosure of mortgages, and for
such other and further relief as to the
Court may eom just and equitable in
Said real property mentioned in
raid complaint being situate in Wash
ington County, Oregon, and being
more particularly described as fol
IJc-'inning at a point which is
081.18 feet Wes); of the Southeast
corner of tbe Isaac Hurler Donation
Land Claim, and 20 feet Morth of the
South boundary of said claim, thence
North 0 degrees 19 minutes West
2H'.'. SO feet more or less, to an inter
section wMh a line 50 feet Southerly
from measured at rirht angles
to tb center line of the Ore
gon Kleetric Pailmad Company's
tract, tberce South 65 degrees
!?3 minutes East along a line
parallel with and 50 fept Southerly
from measured at right angles to the
center line of the aforesaid railroad
(e-ick 2S7.5'! feet, more or less, to the
V'r",t boundary of a tract of land
owned by the Oregon Electric Kail
road Company, thence along said
West bounrlarvif the Oregon Elec
tric Railroad Company tracts Sr.nth
0 degrpes 13 minutes Eapt. 1fll.ll feet
In a point 20 feet North of the South
boundary of the Isaac Butler Dona
tion Land Claim, thence West 2(11.18
feet more or less to the f lace of be
ginning, containing 1 1-3 acre, the
said land being situated in the South
east niiarl er of Section !t(, Township
I Noi ih of Uange 2 West of the Wil
lamette Meridian, Oregon.
This summons is served upon you
by publication in the llilltdxut) Argus,
pursuant to order of the Hon, tleorgo
I!. Barley, Judge of the above enti
tled Court, matte, entered and dated
the I'iuI day of December, 1918.
Date of llrst publication, Dec. 5,
Date of last publication, January
It. B. Adams,
Attorney for Plaintiff. P. O. Ad
dress, li'JS Chamber o Commerce
Building, Portland, Oregon.
Notice of Final Settlement
IN THE COl'NTY COCUT OF THE
STATE OK OKKC.ON FOB WASH
In the Matter of the Estate of Win.
H. Luster, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given, that the un
designed Executor of the estate of
;aid deceased, has filed in tht above
entitled Court and cause, his tinal ae-
ount and reimrt as such executor and
the said Court has fixed and iipmnnt-
M the :ird day of Jamutry 1919 at the
ion r ot 10 o clock A. M. of suiu nay,
and the court room of the above en
titled court in Hillsboro, Washington
County, Oregon, as the time and
place for hearing objections to said fi
nal account and for the limit settle
ment of said estate.
Dated this ,.,!th day of November,
Thos. E. "lister.
Executor of the l.:ist Will and Tes
tament of said Deceased.
H oe. McAlear ..v Peters, Attorneys
SD M MONS
In the Circuit Court of the Stale of
Oregon, in mid for the County iff
Charles H. Flick, Plaintiff,
Finnic I. Flick, Defendant.
To I.innie I. Flick, the above named
In the name of the State of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear
and answer the almve entitled suit, on
o. before the 17th day of January, A.
D. 1919, said day being, after the ex
piration of six wiH-ks from and after
the first publication of this summons,
and if you fail to appear and answer
:aid complaint, for the want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded therein, 1o-
w it : For a deenv. forever dissolving
the bonds of matrimony, now and
heretofore existing between plaintiff
and defendant, and that plaintiff be
i milled to retain the rare and custody
of the minor child of plaintiff and de
fendant, anil for other equitable re
This summons is published by order
of the Hon. (ieorge K.,Bagley, Judge
of the above entitled court, which or
der was made and entered on the 29th
day of November, A. D. I91S, and the
time preserilsHl for publication there
of is six weeks, beginning with the is-
?ue of the 5th day of December, A. 11.
19IS, and continuing each week there
after, to and including the issue of
the tCth day of January, A. D. 1919
J. R. Greenfield,
Attorney for Plaintiff, 512 Selling
Building, Portland, Oregon.
la the Circuit Court of the State of
Oregon for Washington County:
Alice W heeler. Plaintiff,
Myrtle Donnelly and
Julius A. Grow, Defendants.
To.Iuliiis A. Grow, Defendant:
in the name of the Slate of Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled cause on or lie tore
six weeks from the date of the tirst
publication of this Summons, to-wit:
mi or before six weeks from the 21th
day of October, 191X, and in the event
you fail so to appear and answer said
Complaint. Plaintiff will apply to the
court for the relief prayed for in her
Complaint to-wit: For a decree quiet
ing her title to the following described
property, situated in Washington
County Oregon, to-wit:
All of Lot numbered 111, of Beaver
ton-lieedviile Acreage acording to
the duly recorded plat thereof on lit
and of record in the ollice ol llie Uee
order of Conveyance of Washington
County, Oregon, and for a decree de
creeing that the Plaintiff is the owner
in fee simnle of the real property here
iubefore described, and that saiil defen
dant be forever barred and precluded
from claiming or attempting to olitiin,
averting or attempting to assert any
right, title or interest in ami to saiil re
a I property, or any part thereof, or any
claim or lien upon the same, adverse to
the title and interest of the Hamuli
This summons is served upon yoi by
publication for six consecutive weeks
in the Hillsboro Argus, by order of the
Hon, Geo. K. liagley, Judge of the a-
bovo entitled ( ourt, which said order
wrs made and entered upon the 2.'!rd
day of October, 19IH.
bate of 1st publication, Oct. 21, EMS.
Date last publication, Dec. 5, I91X.
(litre, McAlear & Peters,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Resident attorneys State of Oregon.
P. O. Address Shute Savings Bank
Building, Hillsboro, Oregon.
Best Fire Insurance
Agent London iv Lanca
shire Fire' Insurance Co.
. Notice of Final Settlement
IN TIIK COUNTY COURT OK THE
STATE OF OREGON" FOR
In the Matter of the Fstat.e of .!. R.
Notice is hereby given that the un
deirignod, us adminisl ralrix of the es
tate of ,1. E. Gardner, dece'ised, has
filed her linul account in the County
Court of the Slate of Oregon, for Wash
ington County and that the With day of
Decemlier, 19IH, at I ho hour of U:;
o'clock a. rn., at Hillsboro, Oregon, in
the Court Boom of said, Court, has been
appointed by said Court as a time and
place for the hearing of objections
thereto nnd tig; ecttlement thereof.
Dated and first published this 2Xth
day of November, 191H.
'.'mUi: ii Gardner, Administratrix
.1. G. Arnold, Attorney for Adminis
tratrix. KOTII'h Ol.' FINAI, MCTTI.ICMIONT.
Notice is hereby given, that the un
dei f::giiel, the duly appointed, nuali
fied and acting Executrix of the last
will and testament of Samuel Moon.
deceauud, has filed in the County
Court of the SUte of
Washington County, tier iiniu ac
count in said esUUe, and that nuid
County ( ourt has lixcd Monday, th
2;!rd day of December, 1918, at the
hour of 10 o'clock n. m., of said day,
iu the t on nt y Court mini in the
County Court houito in the City of
Hillsboro. Washington County, Ore
gon, as the time and place for hearing
objection to nald final account and for
the tinal settlement of mud estate.
Dated thin 15th duy of November,
A. D. 1918.
Executrix of the Liust Will and Tes
tament of Samuel Moon, Deeeiwed.
Thus. II, Tongue, Jrr Attorney lor
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given that the under-1
signed administrator of the estate of;
Susetta hleger, deceased, has tiled his
luml account as such, nnd llmt tluv
County Court of Washington County, i
Oregon, has fixed Saturday, the 281 h
lay of leeeinler. 19I. at the hour ol
10:a0 a in,, of said day, and the court
house iu Hillslxiro, Ore., us the time
mid place for hearing objections lo said
llnnl account, if any there he, and lor
the tinal net t lenient of miid estate. I
Jacob hleger. j
Administrator K.stalo Susetta klcg-
Chtis. J. Schimliel. WKI ( htimber of
Commerce. Purtlnnd, Ore., Attorney
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OKi
1'HE STATE OK OREGON KOU j
WASHINGTON COUNTY '
.1. N. Loudon, Plaintiff, ,
John W. ll.illidiiv, also all other persons
or pa i tics unknown claiming iiny;
right, title, estate, lienor interest in j
the real estate described in the com
plaint herein, '
I'o John W. Iliillidny, also all other
peimiiim or parties unknown claiming '
any right, title, estate lien or interest
in the real estate ilcsenlKil hi the com
plaint herein tiled. j
In the name of the State of Oregon j
you are hereby coniniaiuleil and re-1
iiiiied to appear in Ibe above entitled
com I nnd answer the complaint bled
against you and eachof you in Iheiibove
entitled muse on or lielore the cniii
lion of six weeks from the dale ol the
first publication of this Hiuiumiiis in'lhe
llillslsiro Argus, the date of the lirnt
publication thereof being November 21,
19IS, and the date of the last publica
tion thereof living tbe 2nd day of Janu
ary, UM9, anil you and each of you will
please takii notice that m the event you
fail mi to appear and answer said com
plaint Plaintiff will apply lo the Court
for the relief prayed for in his com
plaint, to-wit, for a decree quieting bis
title to the foil. living descriUsI pri r
ty situate in Washington County, Ore
gon, to-wit: llcing known as n part of
the S. E quarter of the N. K. quarter
of Sec. :M. T. 1 S. K. :t W. of the ,Wi I.
,ier., ami commencing at the S. E. cor
ner of the S. E, quarter of the N, K.
quarter of Sec. 3J. T. 1 S. It. 3 W. and
running W. so rods and thence North
So rods; thence K. to the County Itoad;
thence S. E. on the line of said roml un
til crossing Cedar Creek 2 nslsi thence
K. to E. line; thence S. to the place of
beginning, containing IM uen s.
And for a decree decreeing that the
plaintiff is the owner in fee simple of
the real estate above tlescrilied nnd that
said defendant and each of them be
forever barred and precluded from
claiming or attempting to claim, assert
ing or attempting to assert any right,
tilie or interest in ami to said real prop
erty or any part, thereof or any rlaunor
hen lipeu the same adverse to the title
and interest of the Plaintiff herein.
This Kumnioim is served Umui you by
publication for six consecutive weeks
in trie iiiimiHiro Argus ny order ol uu
ii.. if n,,i.. i,,.i.,.. ,.r ii,.
aboveentilled court which said order
was made and entered on the 21st day
ot Novemlicr, J'.lis..
Date of tirst publication, November
Data of last publication, January
John M. Wall,
Attorney for Pla ntiff.
Postoffice addresH, Hillsboro, Oregon,
In The Circuit Court of The State of
Oregon For Washington County
Theodore Wolke, Plaintiff,
Teikla II. Simpson and David B.
Siinn.ion, her husband, Defendants,
To Teckla B. Simpson and David L'.
Simpson, her husband, the above
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE
OF OREGON: You are hereby re
quired to appear and answer the
complaint filed against you in the
above entitled suit, on or before the
14th day of December, 1918, said
date being after the expiration of six
weeks from the daw of the first pub
lication of this summons upon you,
the date of the first publication
thereof liemg Thursday, the 'list day
of October, 1918, and tho date of the
last publication thereof being Thurs
day the 12th day of December, 1918;
and if you fail so to appear, for want
thereof, tho Plaintiff will apply to
the court for the relief prayed foe in
his complaint, to-wit: that there be
found due and owing from you un
to the Plaintiff, the uuin of 500.00,
with interest thereon from Decem
ber, ,1rd, 191(1, at the rate of Jc peri
annum, and the further sum of ol).-
00, Attorneys fees, beside the rostn
and disbursements of said nuit; that
a judgment be rendered and entered
in favor of the Plaintiff anil against
you in said sums; that a decree be
made and entered,-in favor of the
Plaintiff and declaring that certain
mortgage made, executed and deliv
ered by you unto tho Plaintiff on the
:Srd day of June, 1910, and filed for
record upon the nth day of June,
19 Hi, in the office of tho Recorder of
Conveyances of Washington County,
Oregon, and by said Recorder record
ed on page 414 of Book 72 of the
Mortgage records of said County nnd
Stale, and which said mortgage cov
ers the following described parcel of
real uroperty, situate in Washington
County, Oregon, to-wit:
Beginning at the notilheast corner
of Lot f, of and in Block 1, of Fair
view Addition to. the town fnow City)
of Hillsboro, Oregon; thence North
Ii5 feet; thence west 100 feet; thence!
bouth ti reet to tho south line ofi
said Lot (1; thenco East 100 feet to I
the place of beginning; to bo a
first and prior lien and mortgage up
on su'ul real property; that said mort
gage be foreclosed and said property
sold by the Sheriff of Washington
County, Oregon, ns by law prescrib
ed, and that the proceeds obtained
from the sale of said property be
applied to the payment of said sumR,
nnd that you and nil persona claim
ing by, through or unrler you. bo for
ever barred, foreclosed nnd preclud
ed from claiming or attempting to
End - of - the - Season
Prices Now on All
Goats 5D! Suits
Women of Washington County
have the opportunity of choosing
from the best selected stock of wo
men's wear in the county at extra
ordinary low prices.
Every Suit and Ev
ery Coat Reduced
Furs are always appreciated as a
Christmas gift. See our beautiful
line of Wolf and Fox animal scarfs
in black, brown, red and taupe.
Prices, $12.50 up to $55.00.
Only Exclusive Woman' Store in ihe County.
Gear's Woman's Shop
1212 Main Street, Hillsboro
Try our individually heated
hot drinks, made in a jiffy by our
Our Bar Candies
are sanitary, delight fit), nnd free
of adulterations we make them
ourselves and know. Try them.
When you wish to finish that
dinner or lunch just right try a
brick of our celebrated ice cream.
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SKCONI) ST., IIIU,SI!OR()
United War Work Campaign. Give Liberally.
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CAPITAL and SURPLUS $70,000
An old, safe aud conservative bank,
located in the Hillsboro Commercial
block, S. V. comer Main ami Second
Hillsboro 'Commercial .tank.
eluim any n'uht, title or interest in
or lo miid prenii.qen, or any part
Thin miinmonn U served upon youi
liy publication thereof in tho Hills-,'
Imro Argils, purmmnt to order rf the
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the above entitled ennrt, made, i nter
ed and dated the 2Cth day of Octo
ber, 1918. ;
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Iiftt." of lant publication Deromber
HAIttf, Mc A l.K A It & PRTEKK,
Atlorn.-ya for I'lainliff.
Resident attorneys Stato of
Oregon Post Offir AddresH,
( . i Shuta 8avimrn Bank PuHdlmr
' , Ililkboro, Oregon-