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Not Ire la hereby given that I, the under-
slened, h ave been duly appointed by t lie county
cou rt lot the state of Oregon for W ashington
coun ty, execu trix of the laat w ill and te«at-
tnent of Albert Stewart, deceaaed, aud haa
q u alified aa auch execu trix.
A ll peraona h av in g clalm a against the estate
o f aald A lbert Stew art, deceaaed are hereby
notified to present the aame to me w ith tha
proper vouchera a t the office of J. P. W agner,
Koreat Grove, Oregon, w ith in alx m onths from
th e d ate hereof.
Dated thia October , IHV .
M a r y J. S tr w a b t .
E x ecu trix of th e eatate o f Albert Stew art, de
Twenty Years. .
[ND SU R G EO N
„ce Howlby house, P a cific ave.,
K | Forest Grove hotel.
Medical and Su rgical
lau d ciiild reu a u d a ll chroule
STRONG, M. D.
or to Dr. W ard,)
That is the best guarantee that you will be treated right
d e n t ist ,
We are now in position to supply your needs from an immense stock
thoroughly covering all lines mentioned below, and invite your trade with
the promise that you shall be squarely and fairly treated.
all styles; Men’s, Women’s and Chil-
BOOTS AND SHOES In dren’s
:lsco f l
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HAS H. TONGUE,
W E Y -A T -L A W ,
M A C K IN T O S H E S
i, W ashington C o u n t y , O b .
H IL L S B O R O , O r .
A Splendid Stock of Dry Goods and Dress Goods
|V M. LAN G LEY,
) Prosecuting Attorney.
Collections a specialty.
Up-stairs, Woods & Caples
f 1 :
w ith I
I ro a d J
:r7 1 6a 1
NECKWEAR and UNDERWEAR.
HARDWARE; All kinds for Farmers and Builders; General line of TINWARE; Also carry
F red C. T hompson
best line of AMMUNITION, including best quality of SMOKELESS
Paints, Oils, Glass; Best Grades of Harness and Machine Oil; Lime.
Groceries, Fancy and Staple; ¿Cur Coffees and Teas cannot be beaten.
Brooms, Waslitubs, Wringers, Churns, Washing Machines, Etc.
Air-Tight Heaters, Stovepipes and Elbows.
Pocket and Table Cutler)»; Scissors and Razors, only the best; Spoons.
We keep everything useful or needful to any family.
|INVESTORS AND BORROWERS
«land Conveyancing. T rust and
3 transacted. .Notary Public.
QliPSON & SON
NO SHODDY CARRIED
. AT . .
’s Harness Shop
[stock of harness, whips,
i everything else kept in a
i harness shop.
[specialty of all kinds of
above nam ed
•*°fthe state o f O regon, y ou are
th e under-
th e d istrict afore-
N ovem ber 1897, a t 10
»Forenoon o f said d ay at th e office
district to an sw er the
P o n tiff in a c iv il action. T h e de-
notice that i f h e fail to answ er
1 herein, the p la in tiff w ill tak e
$12.20 togeth er w ith
araements in th is action, and
1 the property now a ttach ed in
'purpose of sa tisfy in g said ju d g -
| la<* disbursements w ith a ccru in g
T to appear before
^yhand this 9th d ay o f O ct., 1897.
E. X. H a r p in g .
Justice o f th e Peace,
th e 9th d ay o f Oc-
C. L. BANKS.
TO & BANKS
I*®0 ON T H U R S D A Y
B in d in g a
s p e c ia l t y
kind, o f F lo o r .n d M ill Feed
V” 1*- Rock S«lt, S a c k , end Sack
**•« *• cheap aa th e ch eapest.
^ ’ Wed in , n y p . rt o f city ,
FTOR’8 n o t i c e .
- k a, been by th e C oun ty
“ V*® eounty, Oregon, d u ly con-
* r of the laat w ill and taata-
” ** Maim, a g a in « «aid rotate
** *° V -se n t them to m e w ith
r * th* law office of 8. B. How
Oregon, w ith in nix m o n th ,
P " » . Oregon, th l, Oct. 1», 1**7.
C n gta s c h in d l b b .
»111 and teatam ant o f * « .
la W it h
Sm ith and Bowmau,
A ttorneys fur »lalutifl'.
Monday was the fifth anniversary of
the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gregg
and a very pretty wooden wedding was
held in the evening at the residence of
Mr. H. D. Jones where they are making
their home. The parlors and dining
room were beautifully decorated with
autumn leaves while the house and
grounds were illuminated with gorgeous
China lanterns shedding light in myriad-
colored rays. About forty guests were
present in response to pretty little in
vitations which like the dainty menus
were of the beautiful California \ ucca
wood though the latter were also handi-
painted. After music and social chat m
looking over the big pile of presents, all
of wood, some funny, «“ »y valuable
and all with the best wishes of friends,
delightful refreshments were served at a
table presided over by the Mesd.mes
Grimes and Abend and attended by
Misses Contris and Russell.
t wa* *
charming affair and will P*fasa^
dwell in the recollection ° th<~ who
Who were there, along w ith.the :hope
that e q u a lly joyous may the China, si
ver, golden and diamond anmversane
D on’ t nauseate your stomach with tuui
and bitter herbs, but regulate your liver
and sick headache by using those famous
little pills known as De W itt’s Little
E arly Risers. J. C. Clark, Druggist.
W ork the Best
Grand Chief Honored.
Mrs. C. Ransom, formerly of the
Grave but now residing for the winter in
» l b . K night, „ f
Delpha Temple here, to which she b*-
Tables were *P«*d “ J
-¡s s r ir s K
cookery. An excellent
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acial procram closed U>e
ctl lax taliiiuwiiL Mis
Dr. Large’s Office
Teacher's Quarterly Examination.
Court House News.
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Next door East of
It heals everything except a broken
heart, may be said of De Witt% Witfih
Hazel Salve. Piles and rectal diseases,
cuts, burns and bruises, tetters, eczema
and all skin troubles may be cured by it
Notice is hereby given that for the quickly and permanently. J. C . C lark,
purpose of m aking an examination o f all Druggist.
persons who may offer themselves as
candidates for teachers of the schools in
this county, the county school superin. In th e Circuit Court o f th e State o f O regon far
W ashington County.
tendent thereof will hold a public exam K. T. Simpson,
P la in tiff
ination at Forest Grove, beginning at
one o’clock p. m. on Nov. 10, the second James P. I^ooney, Thos.
A . Stephens, L izzie M
Wednesday of the month, and continu Stephens,
Sam uel W. Looney; L.
ing through Friday.
P. G raham , and M ary
Applicants for state papers may present
K llen G raham , h is wife,
themselves on Thursday, N ov. 11. For
T o Jam es P. Looney, Sam uel W . Looney, L . P
state certificate the only requirement is G raham , and M ary E llen G raham , Defendants:
experience o f 22% months, fee $4.00;
In th e nam e o f the State o f Oregon, yon nod
state diploma, 30 months experience and each o f you are h ereb y required to appear and
examination in bookkeeping, physical answ er the am ended com plaint filed against
you in th e a b o re entitled suit, b y th e first day
geography and composition, fee |6 . ol ; o f th e n ext term o f thia court n ext following
state life diploma, 43 months experience th e expiration o f aix w e e k s’ publication of thia
and exam ination in algebra, English sum m ons, to-wit: B y th e fourth M onday of No
literature, Oregon school law and general vem ber, 1897, b ein g th e 22nd d ay o f said month;
and i f you fail so to appear and answer, for
history, fee $10.
w ant thereof, th e p la in tiff w ill a p p ly to the
Candidates for county certificates for court tor th e re lie f p ray ad for in th e amended
Thursday night about 8 o’clock, two
First National bank vs. Michael
men, disguised with sacks over their
Schnor action for money. Judgment by
heads, entered the house of Austin Bux
default and exeention ordered.
ton, about one and .ne-half miles west
Ethel Bates adjudged insane and or
of Forest Grove, and going to the sitting
room, in which Mr. and Mrs. Bnxton dered committed to the asylum. War
were, at the point of revolvers demanded rant for $5.00 ordered drawn to Dr.
money. Mr. Buxton gave them $6, all Linklater for examining fee.
he had in the house. The robbers, it
Wm. Barker vs. W. T. Smith. Sheriff
seems, knew that Mr. Buxton had sold Bradford authorized to execute a sheriff's
some wheat a few days ago and ha l re deed for promises sold herein by his
ceived cash for it. When he told them j predecessor in office,
that the money had been loaned on a
J. W . Hughes vs.
T. Smith. Same third * rade muat ** at leaat ,6 y ear» of
note they wonld not believe it. They
order as above.
a8e - for 8econd 8rade
y«»f» «“ d for
demanded more money, until Mr. Bux-
first grade 18 years.
ton showed them the note, after reading j L. A. Batchelder adjudged insane and ¡ Dated this 28th day of October, 1897.
ordered committed to asylnm. W ar
which they departed.
A u s t in C e a ig ,
rant ordered drawn to Dr. S. T. Link- County School Superintendent o f W ash
lat.-. fsr $5.00 examination fee.
ington county, Oregon.
In the matter of the estate o f W. R.
Lewis deceased, administrator’s semi
annual account filed and approved.
Marriage License«..— Alexander W.
Tualatin Chapter, at Hillsboro o f the
In the matter of the eaUte of H. O. Conch and Frances Herndon.
order of the Eastern Star (a ladies' or
W illis A. Johnson and M iltie E. H ill, j
Christianaon deceaaed, hearing of appli
der allied to the Masonic fraternity)
John Marsh and Prances R eb ecca !
cation for removal of administratrix con
invited the sister chapter at Forest
tinued to Oct.
at 3 o’clock p. m. for Squires.
Grove to visit them Tuesday evening,
Admx. to file report.
their regular communication night.
C on trM ta Let.
In re estate of Albert Stewart deceaaed
The visitors drove down and witnessed
inventory filed showing vain« o f estate
Commissioners' court had a special degree work, done in highly creditable
Wednesday week. Bids for manner and also the beautiful floral cer
to be $»315. Examined and approved. session
In re estate of Jacob A. H.naen de building bridges (contract let to lowest emony. Later delightful refreshments
were served, the Hillsboro Stars being
ceased, semi-annnal account filed and bidder in each case):
hospitable hosts, and the guests
ston 345, M. M. Meade 39a
were cordially made welcome. From
In re estate of H. O. Christian««» de-
At Ce«)ar Mills, T. C. Johnston ai8, J. the Grove were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L.
cr>tri Admx. report filed showing «
W. Goodin 230, Wm. Nelson ait, M. S. Smith, Mr. and Mis. Shepherd, Mr. and
doe estate of $1451* which « *
Mrs. B. W. Haines, Mr. a*d Mr*. H. D.
to Admx. for her com- Dailey 243-
ordored set <
At Centerville, T. C. John«
630, M. ¡Jones, Mr*. 8. Hughas,
m m sa. ■ ■ ■
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». Dill y Sao, J VC. Goodin
and Austin Craig.
c> band erdertd sold at ju L I k --aU oil
Chw fdl l b . r - " d >.” (• ' ?
Law Docket.— Eirst National bank of
Hillsboro vs. Frank Myers et als. Judg
ment by default and execution ordered
A Bold Burglary.
Hills boro Stars Visited.
be to Mr. and Mrs. Gregg.
recognition of one o
laat night tendered her
*r .he bad officially
same terms as property of Admx. now
advertised. It is further ordered that
the Admx. file herein a new bond in
the sum of $9000 on or before Monday,
Nov. 8, and Benton Bowman appointed
to take charge of estate until further or
der of the court.
Delpba Temple is a grand trustee of the
grand temple and Mrs. Alma Dorrien,
who also resides here, Is grand mistriss
of finance. Truly the faithful work of
Delpha in the past has not been un
recognized nor unrewarded. Mrs. Ran
som came out on Wednesday evening’s
trainiand returned this morning, being
the guest of Mrs. Geo. L. Smith.
Boot and Shoe Maker
|*d J. w.]
1 Civil Action for the
j Recovery o f M oney
f pro then-
pCourt for W apato Justice o f the
^Constable District of W ashington
ite of Oregon.
Prices the Lowest
All Goods of Honest Quality and PRICES AS LOW AS ANY.
Bet uns trirb auch Deutfcf) 9 c-
P MAIN s t r e e t .
S H E R I F F ’S S A L E .
By virtu e of an execu tion , decree and order ad
aale, iaaued out of the C ircu it C o u it o f the state
of Oregon, for W aahingtou co u n ty, in favor «if
E. A. Hyde aud agalnat C. C. Chlprnan, Lnoy A.
Chipm an, Phoobe B. W oodford and H. A. Wood
ford for the aum of |W.SA, costa, and for the fur
ther sum of
. , United States gold coin, w ith
in terest at ten per ceut. per annum from theOStn
d ay of December. 1S95, and the furth er i u n o f
attorneys fees and for th e coata and e x
penses of aale and of aald writ.
Now, therefore, by virtue and In pursuance o f
aald judgm ent, decree and order of aale, I w ill,
on M onday the
th day of Novem ber,
th e south door o l th e Court House, In H illsboro,
W ashington com ity, Oregon, at th e hour of ten
o ’clock a. 111., of paid d ay, se ll at pu b lic auction
to the high est bidder for cash, th e follow in g
described real property, to-wit: B eginning at
a point ninety feet west o f the southeast corner
of block no
aa numbered, m arked and desig
nated In and upon the origin al town p la t for
the town (uow city) of Knreat G rove, aud ran-
u lu g th e m e north one hundred feet, th em e
west fifty feet, th en ce south one hundred feet,
thence east fifty feet to the place of hegln uiur.
all situated in W ashington coun ty, Oregou, to
aatlsiy the hereinbefore named auma, aud for
the costs and expenses of said sale.
Said property w ill be sold subject to redem p
tion as per statute o f Oregou.
W ltnear my band thia st day of O ctober,
W . D. BRADFORD,
S h eriff of W ashington C oun ty, O regou.
Ladies’ Jackets and Capes; Men’s heavy MACKINAW COATS, also
OIL Clothing; Gent’s FURNISHING GOODS» especially
r AND COUNSELOR A T LAW
''There is a time for everything; and
the time to attend to a cold is when it
starts. Don’t w ait till you havo consump
tion but prevent it by using One Min
ute Cough Cure, the great remedy for
coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis and all
throat and lung troubles. J. C. Clark,
Large line of Men’s and Boys’ BOOTS
SHOES; ‘ Good line of
Ladies’ and Children’s FOOTWEAR, superior to that handled by any
other local dealer.
TH & BOWMAN,
Ü Work and
| residence in Doctor W ard’s
eon Pacific avenue.
•ntion given to Diseases of
. - - Oregon.
E xecu trix's Notice.
[c. E. G EIGER,
LAJTHIC p h y s i c i a n
H aedi J
of the t
f . r f> 7 tk
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FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 18»7.
ion it 1 C a rd s .
ay of o
, . : ,W
com plaint filed again st you herein, to-wit: W ill
tak e ju d g m en t a gain st the defendants, James
P. Looney, Th os. A . Stephens and Lizzie M .
Stephens, his w ife, for th e sum of $ 1496.13» to
g eth er w ith interest thereon from Sept. 1, 1897,
at th e rate o f 8 per cent, per annnm until paid;
for th e fu rth er sum o f $100 a ttorn ey's fees, and
for costs and disbursem ents herein, and aa
against th e defendants, Sam uel W . Looney and
L. F. G raham , and M ary E llen G raham , M s
w ife, a decree d eclaring w hatever claim s or in
terest* you and each o f you m ay claim to hana
against th e prem ises hereinafter described, aa
subsequent and Inferior to th e ciaim o f platetM f
herein, and for a decree foreclosing p laisfiffl
m ortgage upon th e follow in g described prop
erty situate In W ashington County, l u t e of One-
goo, to-wit: South H o f northwest
and a l i t *
H o f south w est %, section a, tow n ship t, n orth
range 5, w est o f W illam ette meridian, and
containing 160 acres m ore o r less, and that said
property be sold as upon execution, and I f
such other and furth er relie f a s to the const map
seem ju st and equiU bte.
This summons is published by order o f M m
Honorable Thomas A . McBride, Judge o f m id
county Made and dated the 14th day of J m s ,
O KO . W . W e e n .