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THE POLK COUNTY OBSERVER, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1915.
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DOINGS IN POLK COUNTY
STORIES BY THE OBSERVER'S
Personal Paragraphs Pertaining
Movements of People Whom
You All Know.
Monmouth, Juno 8 George H.
Himes, secretary of the Oregon His
torical society, spent Friday at the
normal school. He read an Interest
ing paper to the students at the chapel
'period on "The Beginning of Govern
ment in Oregon."
The literary BOclety program which
the three societies give Jointly every
quarter was given ' Friday evening.
Several short plays and dramatiza-
tions were given. Music was furnish
ed by the Normal Glee club.
Special chapel exercises were held
for Mrs. Macy Monday when she re
turned from her wedding trip. The
chapel exercises were opened with a
favorite chorus of Mrs. Macy's and
her favorite Victor record. She was
presented with a large bamboobasket
filled with roses as the gift ot the stu
The normal school Instructors were
in much demand to deliver graduating
addresses during the past week.
. President Ackerman delivered ad
dresses at Moro, Bend, Newbeg and
Buena Vista. M. Gentle was called to
Alsea. Mr. Pittman gave words of ad
vice at Falls City, Mllwauklc and Lib
erty Hill. Mr. Butler visited Arlington
and Mr. Evendon went to Halsey.
Friday evening the senior class en
joyed a picnic at Lucklamute. about
six miles from Monmouth. They went
on hay wagons, returning about 10
o'clock. Saturday the Y. W. C. A.
girls enjoyed a picnic much In the
same manner, when about thirty girls
spent the afternoon and evening at
the Lucklamute picnic grounds.
The high school class gave an op
eretta entitled "Polished Pebbles,"
last Friday and Saturday nights. The
purpose of the entertainment was to
raise money for the piano fund.
Assistant State Superintendent of
Public Instruction Carlton, delivered
an address on "The Standard School"
. , at the High school Monday afternoon.
A large number were present. Mr.
. Carlton was accompanied by County
Mr. C. V. Johnson was wearing an
14-karat smile Sunday. As Mr. Kes
ter, a farmer residing near the Valley
View school house, was attending Sun-
' day school at that place he found
secreted about the building all of Mr.
. Johnson's private papers that were
taken from the safe In the postofflce,
which was blown open last September.
The papers consisted of notes and
checks valued at about 1460.
J. Bagley has purchased a new
Ford and will now make us "go some"
to avoid him when our telephone rent
Quite a number from here attend
ed the dance at Johnsonvllle Saturday
We hear that the Railroad com
mission Is going to visit us soon, as
various complaints have been made
about our train service.
Last Sunday A. Ft. Lewis and family
and A. B. Packard decided they would
' hie themselves to the shady spots
along the Lucklamute and Indulge In
the favorite sport of Izaak Walton,
They fished all day without results
when A. R. found a good deep hole
that had the ear marks of a very
good fish resort. He made a very
pretty cast and became enthused over
the prospects, when a farmer fired
him from his land for Ashing In his
Henry White and Hugh Farmer mo
tored to Dallas one day last week.
J. W. Myer ot Smlthneld was
caller here Friday.
H. M. Edgar and family and Miss
Iva Stanley of Dallas were callers at
R. J. Williamson's one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Nen Fulkerson ot
Marlon county were callers here last
Cass Rlggs was a McCoy caller the
' latter part of last week.
Malcolm Pewtherer was an Oak
Grove caller Tuesday.
Edward Doytel finished taking the
8th grade examination Friday.
R. J. Williamson and family and
Miss Stella Smith motored to Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. Cass Rlggs were Dal
las callers Saturday.
Mr. O. C. Smith Is still very low.
Henry White has been breaking
Mr. Wilson finished sowing clover
a few days ago.
Miss Josle Holmes called on Mrs.
Henry White the first of the week.
Mrs. Ouy Ott returned to her home
at Hood River Friday after spending
BRIGADE IN CLEANUP DAY.
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RAYMOND D. FROST
Graduate of the Buena Vista high
school, 1916, winner' of free scholar
ship to Pacific University at Forest
Grove. This student maintained an
average of 98 per cent throughout the
high school course In spite of the fact
that he worked his way, paying all his
few weeks at the home of her
father, G. C. Smith, who Is very ill.
M. F. White was a Dallas caller the
middle of the week.
MIsb Stella Smith was a Salem call
er on Friday of last week..
A number of farmers In this vicin
ity are buBy cutting hay.
Mrs. Hamilton was having some
dental work done In Dallas last week.
Thomas Canfleld was a Dallas call
er the flrBt 'of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaner Trent were vis
itors at M. F. White's Tuesday.
Mrs. J. W. Edgar was a visitor at
F. M. Edgar's Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Breeding of Mc-
Mlnnville visited Saturday and Sunday
at the home of her brother, C. H.
Farmer and family.
Jim Morton has been breaking a
horse for Alex Holmes.
R, J. Williamson and family spent
Monday at J. W. Edgar's, near Salem.
Hugh Farmer was a Dallas visitor
Charley Mangus sold his driving
horse a short time ago.
A goodly number attended the la
dies' aid at Mrs. Allen's last week.
Mr. H. Vandervert of Salem was a
caller here one day last week.
Mrs. J: Fawks' little grand daugh
ter oljfalt Creek has been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar visited their
son Jimmle and family near Salem,
one. day last week.
A large crowd attended children s
day exercises here Sunday.
Mr. Wolgamott and family expect
to move to Idaho this week.
Jesse Williamson and family of
Crowley and Frank Edgar of Salem
were Sunday visitors at J. W. Edgar's.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Roberts have
returned from camp meeting.
It Is reported that "Dick" Wlggs,
a prominent citizen of McCoy has
purchased a new 1915 model, "Cadll-
lac 8" car. If all reports are true
It looks as though "Dick" might en-
Joy many an "automobile" ride. . .
Mr. Frank Fawk, prominent hop
grower of Salt Creek was a Salem
Dunn Bros, are kept busy picking
their choice peas and taking them to
The farmers are cutting their clover
hay, which Is good this year.
Mrs. Lola Dunn la spending her va
cation with relatives here, and at
Mr. Hartman of Independence, vis
ited his daughter, Mrs. Jake Redde-
kopp, last Sunday.
Dr. Hayter la marketing his May
Miss Alma Light worked for Mrs.
Dunn the first of the week.
Mr. P. F. Friesen Is spending the
week In Portland. His daughter. Mi:
Llxsie, la working there.
Mary McNulty and John Tilgner
will graduate from this school.
Mrs. Chsuncey Teats and sons spent
Saturday and Sunday in Dallas.
Henry Quiring of Dallas was visit
ing his mother here last Sunday.
Married, at the Evangelical parson
age. June t. lilt. Mr. Yost snd Miss
Rurhank. both of Pedee. F. M. Fisher
E. F. OrifTa left Saturday for hu
old home In the east, vis San Fran
cisco. He expects to return this falL
Miss Orhs Tate and sister. Mary, of
Dallaa were guests of their grandfath
er three days of last week.
The district school snd high school
close this week.
Q. C. Winters ot Cbrvallls was In
tewn Tuesdsy, bemg on his way home, j
TERSE TALES OF TOWN
r,nf!ATj NEWS OF DALLAS AND
Personal Paragraphs Pertaining
People and Their Mavements,
Gleaned by Observer.
Miss Anna Louise Scott, a friend
nf Rev. and Mrs. Bennett and family,
and a teacher In the Anacortes high
school, is a visitor at the Methodist
nflrsnnaere for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Barager of Salem, who
are enroute to California, have been
guests at the Arthur Dirrimick home
Mrs. Dtck, who had been In Port
land for treatment for heart trouble,
hnfl returned home much, improved.
Weather permitting the first band
concert of the season will be held on
the courthouse lawn tomorrow even
Mr. C. S. Graves of Ballston has
been In Dallas the greater part of the
Mrs. Lew. A. Cates, Miss Florence
Kopan and Miss Gertrude Pollow were
Portland visitors on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lovelace left Tuesday
afternoon for Portland, where they
are visiting their daughter and wit
nessing the Rose show.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin left yes-
terdav for San Francisco, going with
Corvallls friends by automobile. They
expect to be absent from the city
about three weeka.
At the Baptist church next Sunday,
Pastor W. T. Tapscott will preach at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. The morning
subject, "Old Wells Re-opened"; even
ing subject. "Conversion lllustrateo
by a Notable Example." Sunday
school at 9:46 a. m.; B. Y. P. U. at
7 p. m. The pastor has been con
ducting a class on Thursday evening
on "The Dawn of Christianity," which
is attracting many.
The McMlnnville News Reporter
tells what can be done with gooseber
ries. It says: "One of the heaviest
yields in the vicinity is that at McKIn
lev orchards in Polk county, over
14,000 pounds of fruit from . 1 1-8
Gus Boman has returned to Dallas
to again make his home after several
monthB of valuable experience as a
"God the Preserver of Man" will
be the lesson-sermon at Christian Sci
ence church next Sunday morning.
A Boston firm has ordered 20.000
pounds of Willamette valley's dried
loganberries. Once advertised In the
east the loganberry Is bound to be
come a good seller.
Mr. August Rlsser was a Portland
visitor this week.
Sheriff Orr left today for Portland,
taking thither two delinquent chil
dren from Independence.
Mr. and Mrs. George Scott, Mr. and
Mrs. B. H. Pillar and Miss Nalda
Scott, attended the marriage of Mr.
Ernest Miller and Miss Maude Mc
Laughlin at Corvallls Wednesday ev
ening, going thither by automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller left the folowlng
day for San Francisco by automobile,
being accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Martin of this city.
Miss Ava Coad was a Portland vis
itor this week.
Dr. and Mrs. Starbuck and Breeze
Gibson spent a portion of the week in
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Dalton witness
ed the Rose festival this week.
Miss Georglana Flske was among
those who witnessed the Rose festi
val at Portland this week.
Miss Lucy Kopan, a former teach
er in the Dallas schools, now teaching
at Dufer, Eastern, Oregon. Is a guest
of her sister, Miss Florence Kopan,
at the Imperial hotel. She will teach
at Hood River next year.
Miss Katherine Van Voorhees, who
had been visiting friends in Portland
and seeing the Rose carnival, return
ed home Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Fred Koser of Rickreall was a
Dallas visitor yesterday.
The Dallas band will open the con
cert season on Saturday next with a
program on the court house plaxa.
The newly organised Institution Is
said to be rspldly rounding Into form
under the new director.
H. Brown, employed In the woods
above Falls City, was accidentally cut
on the leg the first of the week. The
accident will lay him up several days.
He had been teaching school In East
ern Oregon, and stopped off to see his
many friends of the Normal.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Q. Henley made
an auto trip Into Kings Vslley, Mon
A. N. Poole and family and W. Bar-
nett and family of Independence spent
Sunday afternoon In the grove at Oak
Robert Steele of Surer was In town
The Normal exercises begin next
Sunday snd the students are quite
X SOCIETY t
Observes Birthday Six of his com
rades assembled at the home of David
Darling last Saturday evening and en
Joyed a few hours in social intercourse
and in relating reminiscenses of the
unpleasantness between the north and
the south of half a century ago. The
occasion was the seventy-first anniver
sary of Mr. Darling's birth. As Com
rades Carpenter, Arnold, Smutz, Lovelace,-
Greenwood, Fuqua and Braden
approached the Darling residence they
heard - the strains of "Marching
Through Georgia," and upon ap
proaching nearer they discovered that
It was a phonographic greeting from
their host. Bountiful refreshments
were served, after which the veterans
departed, wishing for their host many
more happy returns of the day.
Mrs. Patterson to Entertain. Mrs.
Isaac Patterson, state regent of The
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, on Flag day, June 14th, at her
country home, Eola-on-the-Hills, will
entertain with a tea the ladies of Sa
lem who are forming a chapter in
that organization. Invitations have
also been extended .to eligible mem
bers of the organization In Dallas,
McMlnnville, Jefferson and Sllverton.
Green-Lehman William' J. Green
and Emma M. Lehman were united In
marriage on Tuesday evening last. The
marriage ceremony was performed by
Rev. W. T. Tapscott of Dallas and
occurred at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Leh
man of Suver, R. F. D.
In Holy Wedlock Mr. Wm. L. Os
trander and Miss Elsie t Bush, well
known and popular young people of
Alrlie, were united in holy wedlock
at the Methodist parsonage on Wed
nesday afternoon, by the pastor. Rev.
George H. Bennett.
Miss Frances Bartlett of the Nor
mal spent the week-end with Miss
Arlene Bennett In this city.
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WANTED Machine, cast and stove
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SCREEN DOOR8 No flies to swat if
you fortify with our screen doors
and windows. We can serve you
quickly with the galvanised or black
screens In regular or special sizes.
Dallas Planing MilL li-tt.
Notice Is hereby given that all war
rants drawn on Road Districts No,
and No. 21, and endorsed "Not paid
for want of funds," are due and pay
able on presentation at the office of
the Treasurer of Polk county.,.
Interest ceasing on the above men
tioned warrants from the date-of this
Dated at Dallas, Oregon, May 29th,
1916. F. J. HOLMAN,
Notice Ib hereby given to whom It
may concern, that the undersinged has
been duly appointed administrator of
he estate of Mary E. Halsey, deceased,
by the Hon. County Court of Polk
County, Oregon, and has qualified. All
persons holding claims against said
eBtate are hereby notified to present
the same to the undersigned, duly
verified, on or before six months from
the date hereof, and all persons in
debted to said estate are hereby no
tilled to make immediate settlement
Dated at Dallas, Polk County, Ore
gon, this 28th day of May, 1916.
Administrator of the estate of Mary
E. Halsey, deceased.
SIBLEY & EAKIN,
Attorneys for estate. 26-4t-x
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice Is hereby given that Paul
Fundman, the administrator of the es
tate of Eliza Day, deceased, has filed
his final account as such administrator
In the County Court of the State of
Oregon for Polk County, and that Sat
urday, the 26th day of June, 1916, at
the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon
of said day, at the Courtroom of said
County Court, in the Court House Jn
the city of Dallas, Oregon, has been
appointed by said Court as the time
and place for the hearing of objec
tions to the said final account and the
Dated and first published, May 28,
Notice is hereby given, that by vir
tue and in pursuance of an order of
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Polk County, sitting In pro
bate, made an entered of record In
said Court on the 1st day of June,
1915, in the matter of the estate and
guardianship of Irene Westfall, a mi
nor, authorizing and licensing the un
dersigned as guardian of the Estate of
said minor to sell the read property
of said ward, hereinafter described,
at private sale for cash, In the man
ner prescribed by law, the undersign
ed as such guardian will, from and
after Wednesday, the 7th day of July,
1916, at the law office of Walter L.
Tooze, Jr., Esq., In the National Bank
building, in the City of Dallas, in
Polk County, Oregon, proceed to Bell
the said real property at private sale
for. cash in hand on day of sale. In
accordance with said license of sale
and In the manner prescribed by law.
subject to confirmation by said County
Court; said real property being par
ticularly described as follows, to-wit:
An undivided one-ninth Interest in
and to the following described prop
erty' to-wit: Lots 1, 2, and the East
half of Lot 3, In Block 3, in Cattron'B
Sub-division of Out Lot No. 5, in Mon
mouth, Polk County, Oregon.
Dated this 7th day of June, 1915.
MARY F. WESTFALL,
Gardian of the estate of the above
WALTER L. TOOZE, JR.,
Attorney for the Guardian. J.8-J6
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned by an order of the County
Court of Polk County, Oregon, has
been appointed as administratrix of
the estate of F. J. Page, deceaaed.
All persons having claims against
such estate are required to present
them within six months from the date
of this notice, with the proper vouch
ers, to the undersigned at West Salem,
Dated this 28th day of May, 1915.
ALICE E. PAGE,
NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL
Notice Is hereby given to the legal
voters of School District No. 2 of Polk
County, Oregon, that the annual elec
tion of said District will be held at
the High School building, from 2
o'clock p. m., until 6 o'clock p. m.,
on the third Monday of June, being
the 21st day of June, A. D-, 1915.
Thla election Is called for the pur
pose of electing one director to serve
for five years and to vote a special
tax of six mills to assist in the main
tenance of the school and take care
of the bonded Indebtedness of said
district as itemised in the budget ad
vertised in the two newspapers pub
lished in the district. .
Dated at Dallas, Oregon, this 6th
day of June, 1915.
C. G. COAD.
Chairman Board of Directors.
Attest: TRACY STAATS.
District Clerk. 28-lt.
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Under and by virtue of anxecu
tlon Issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State of Oregon for the County
of Polk, on the 28th day of May,
1915, upon a decree of foreclosure and
sale given and made by said Circuit
Court -on the 13th day of February,
1914, in favor of the plaintiff and
against the defendant, Falls City Or
chards Company, In a suit then pend
ing in said Court wherein Vancouver
Trust & Savings Bank, a corporation,
was plaintiff and Falls City Orchards
Company, a corporation, Mrs. C. .A.
Jones and William Carlson were de
fendants, (Register No. 4310,) and to
me, the undersigned, Sheriff of said
County of Polk, directed, I am com
manded to levy upon and sell at public
auction, in the manner prescribed by
law, the following . described real
property, situated in the County of
Polk and State of Oregsn, to-wit:
The East half of the Southeast quar
ter, and the Southeast quarter of the
Northeast quarter of Section 83, and
the Southwest quarter of the North
west quarter of Section 34, and the
South half of said Section 84, all in
Township 8 South, Range 6 West of
the Willamette Meridian; and also
the Northwest quarter of the North
west quarter of Section 3, in Town
ship 9 South, Range 6 West of the
Willamette Meridian, excepting there
from 16 acres, to-wit: Beginning at
the Southeast corner of said Section
34, Township 8 South, Range 6 West,
and running thence North 30 rods;
thence West 80 rods; thence South 30
rods and thence East 80 rods to the
place of beginning; all being situate
In Polk County, State of Oregon, and
containing 605 acres, more or less:
Otherwise known and described as
Tracts numbered 1 to 50, Inclusive, of
Falls City Orchards Tracts, as shown
by plait thereof filed April 13, 1910,
and found at page 9 of Book 2 of the
record of town, plats of said County
of Polk, in the office ofl the County
Clerk of said County.
Notice la hereby given that on the
said 28th day of May, 1916, I duly
levied upon the said read property,
and that on Wednesday, the 30th day
of June, 1915, at one o'clock p. m. of
said day, at the front door of the
County Court House, in the city of
Dallas, In Polk County, State of Ore
gon, I will, in obedience to said execu
tion and order of sale, sell the above
described property to the highest bid
der, for cash In lawful money of the
United States, in the manner prescrib
ed by law.
Dated this 1st day of June, 1915.
JOHN W. ORR,
Jl-29. Sheriff of Polk County, Oregon.
Under and by virtue of an execution
Issued out of the Circuit Court of the
State of Oregon, for the County of
Polk, on the 18th day of May, 1915,
upon an order of sale and decree of
foreclosure given and made by said
Circuit Court oh the 5th day of May,
1915, in a suit then pending in said
Court wherein Theadore Lengele, was
plaintiff and Mrs. B. McN. Moore, J.
M. Hanslmalr, George O. Sloan and
Daisy A. Sloan, were defendants, (Reg
ister No. 4628) for the principal sum
of $13,000.00 and Interest thereon
from March the 2nd, 1914, at the rate
of 6 per cent per annum until paid,
together with the sum of iThree Hun
dred Dollars, attorney'sLft, with
costs and disbursements IfffffTii, taxed
at $30.05, and the further sum of
Two Hundred Ten and 92-100 Dollars
for taxes on the premises set forth
and mentioned in plaintiff's com
plaint, and whereas It was further or
dered and decreed by said court, and
to me, the undersigned, Sheriff of the
County of Polk, directed,. I am com
manded .to sell, at public auction In
the manner prescribed by law, the fol
lowing described'real property, to-wit-
The Southwest quarter ( ?4 ) of Sec
tion -fourteen (14) the North half
(H) of Northeast quarter (14) of
Section Twenty-two . (22) and the
North half. () of the Northwest
quarter ( ) of Section Twenty-three
(28), all In Twp. 7 South Range four
(4) West of W. M.
Notice is hereby given that on Sat
urday, the'28th day of June, 1915, at
one O'clock p. m. of said day, at the
front door of the County Court House,
in the city of Dallaa, In Polk County,
State of Oregon, I will, In obedience to
said execution and order of sale, sell
the above described property, to the
highest bidder, for cash, in lawful
money of the , United States, In the
manner prescribed by law.
Dated this 26th day of May, 1915.
JOHN W. ORR,
Sheriff of Polk County, Oregon.
S. M. ENDICOTT.
Attorney for Plaintiff. Mar28-J25
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given to whom It
may concern that bids will be opened
by the County Court of Polk County,
on Tuesday, the 15th day of June,
1915, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the con
struction of three reinforced concrete
bridges and one mass concrete pier.
Plans and specifications are on file In
the County Clerk's office. A certified
check for f per cent of the amount of
the bid must accompany each bid.
The Court reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
J. B. TEAL,
May25-Junell. County Judge.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice la hereby given to whom It
may concern that bids will be opened
by the County Court of Polk County,
on Tuesday, the 15th day of June,
1916, at I o'clock p. m., for the crush
ing and putting In the bunkers at the
Spring 'Valley quarry of 1600 yards of
rock, more or less, according to spec
ifications on file In the office of the
County Clerk. Also for hauling and
delivering same on county road at
points to be designated by the Court.
Furthermore, bids will be received for
setting up crusher, building bunkers,
and opening quarry,
A certified check for 5 per cent of
the amount of the bid must
pany each bid.
. The Court reserves the
r't to re-
lect any and sll bids
Mayt S-It . J. B. TEAL, County Judge.