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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1906)
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Miss Myrtle Smith
— T ry
You’ ll visited over Sunday
Mrs. W ill Smith.
— A great assortment of goods,
P. McGarv ol Cornelius,
guest of J. H . Berry, last week.
cost, at T h e Chicago.
Ed. Thom as came up from Oregon
— W ill trade bu ggy or hack for a good
I hereby announce myself as candi
quality at Bowman’ s harness shop on and Mrs. Otto Parsons.
for the office of Treasurer of
County, Oregon, subject
Phil Porter and wife, of Patton Val
is out on
Mrs. Will Lyda is the guest of Mr.
FOR CO U N TY TREASU RER
By The Cub.
Great guns, it s all over— the Chi-
nese new year.
Friday, sent to her by her uncle, who has to the endorsement of the Republican
“ Princess Trixie,” here’ s to you.
being called here by business interests. extensive oyster interests on the Jersey Primary election to be held in said
you win the contest
coast, where the little creatures are county and state, April 20, 1906.
Archie Wilkes and wife, who have
destroying the oyster beds.
IR V IN K. W EITZE L.
been the guests of friends at Dilley,
eighth grade pupils that passed.
have returned to their h om e at Seaside.
g r ft!
One of Ben Birdsell’ s young horses
was killed by the “ Owl” train Tuesday
elsewhere, for these
Bowman s shop,
— Nelle Burlingame, the Fashionable
located on the
get it back.
Ira Brown is working on
new ground for turnips.
to Mr. Shrode,
On Tuesday evening
the K. of P.
lodge initiated two nembers and served
a banquet, several m;mbars from thi
fe e d
plans would prove a good
C. C. H ancock bought the Tongue
in this city and the kicks of the kick
ers and carping critics, notwithstanding.
It is a matter of regret that the local
Thespians did not see fit to reorganize
a company to give plays or vaudeville
A. F. Baker celebrated his
As a result,
zero when he left Michigan and our
T o m Luster, who has been engineer mild climate feels good to him.
on the S. P. R . R ., with a terminus at
to T o m ’ s
friends in this
Mr. and Mrs.
in the North country
T h ey went as
far as the territory along the
Fiver but did not proceed
to the Al
berta country as they had intended to
changed to the
This is pleasant
The climate proved to be
cold in that section but the trip was
With the exception of two or
this winter, the buik of the traveling
John R. Kaser of Portland, is spend
ing a week with S. F. Van Meter.
VISITORS ARE PLEASED
A. I. Mason and E L. Smith, who
L. S. Porter made a business trip to were asked to speak at the meeting to
j organize a horticultural society at
Gaston, last week.
is visiting Forest Grove, returned from that place
well pleased with their trip and have
with Miss Edna Vail this w eek.
1 nothing but the highest praise of their
Mr. H . Mizner is still very sick
treatment at the hands of the citizens
though a slight improvement is noted.
Mrs. Aplin has a sister and neice
Mr. Smith arrived home Saturday
from Vancouver, B. C ., visiting her
evening but Mr. Mason did not reach
here until Sunday night. The latter
Miss Minnie M cL eod has returned said that the fruit growers of Forest
Miss Wilkes of Dayton,
of respectable, decent citizens.
Notice For Publication
Shannahan, spending a week with their parents,
Belknap, Mrs. Kinton, Mrs. Knutson; have returned to tneir home in Carlton,
also Messrs. W eitzel, Brooks, M. Mar where Eld is working at the carpenter
kee, Meresse, Kinton and Archie Mar trade.
Frank R ice, who left here last August
his home paper, in order to get all
plete Associated Prers reports and
Hrt«n'*ciP*l towns o f the Northwest.
No one hito-vd and suburbs are covered
te e * 'jy *i£ h t staff of reporters, and
tion consists o f 26 to 28 pages, and
has colored comic pages, as well as
a department for children, colored
fashion page, an interesting serial
s 'o iy and other attractive features
In addition to all tfca news o f ths
60 cants; thres months. $1 .36; six
months. $2.50; twelve months, $6.
Sample copies mailed free.
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You are further notified that if you fail t o ^ d i n C !
answer the complaint herein, or to plead re ib a
plaintiff will cause your default to be
apply to the Court above mentioned for the
for in the complaint herein, to-wit:—
For a decree forever dissolving the bonds of » 4$
that now exist between plaintiff and defense:1 »her o
such further relief as the Court may dtea* ^l m e 1
in the premises.
That date of first publication of summon!
Jan. 11th, 1906, and the last publication K a s h i n
Thursday, March 1st., 1906, and the said sticr^y a d
be published on Thursday of each week forapa^gd
consecutive weeks between said dates.
This summons is published by order of
Rood, County Judge o f Washington Countj 3
said order having been made in Chambers Jan
LOTUS. L. LANGL. .
. D I D l
attorney tor ?..
First Pub. Jan. 11
llt t t io ]
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATEH m a n
GON FOR WASHINGTON COUHTT I
J. W. Price, William Smith, Ira E. W W U ^ 5 l |
Taylor, plaintiffs vs E. P. Cadwcll and
Daniels, defendants, SUMMONS:
To E. P. Cadwcll, defendant above named:
In the name of the state ot Oregon: You * b l l g t
required to appear and answer the compact B Il(l
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON:
| You are hereby required to appear and answer the
j complaint of the pla ntiff herein on or bsfore the la*t
day of the time prescribed in the order for the publica-
j tion of this summons, to wit: On or before the expira
| tion of six weeks next from anJ
er the day o f the
first publication thereof, beginning on the 18th day ot
January, 1906, and if you fail so to appear and answer,
| the plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief de
manded in his complaint, to-wlt: That the plaintiff have
j a decree of said Court that he is an owner o f an andivid-
| ed one-half interest in and to the fcllawing descr.bed
property, to-wit: Commencing at a point 12.96 chs
north of the southeast corner of the Andrew Harper D
. L. C. in T 1 S. R. 3 and 4 W. of the W ill M er.; thence
' south 85 deg. west 25.04 chs; thence north 5 deg. west
j 3 chs.; thence west 12.14 chs; thence north 12 deg. 3L
* min. east 10.14 chs; thence north 52 deg. 30 min. east
16.5» chs; thence north 4 deg. east 13.80 chs to the
southeast corner of the T. G. Naylor D. L. C.; thence
| north 21. 8 chs; thence east to Gales Creek; thence
| down Gales Creek to the east line of said Andrew Harper
■ D. L. C.; thence south to the place of beginning; and
j that you and the other defendants herein are the owners
of an undivided one-half interest in and to the above
described real estate and that the said 1 inds be partitioned
according to law and the practice o f this Court and the
costs of said partition be apportioned to the respective
against you in the above entitled suit on , o d g e
19,6, which rO A d
more than six weeks after the
»fu \ J y
first publication of this summons, aoi t o o k
fa 1 so to appear and answer, for want M « . •
plaintiff will take judgment against you
Pf ‘ yed for in the complaint of the p'.aiaUftki^^^H
in, to-wit: Eor a decree foreclosing ceiui®x P rt
mechanics and other viz: J. W . Price,
Ira E. Watson and R. M. Taylor; against the) eX18
described property, to-wit: Commencing « road
feet North of the Southwest corner ot BlockljMHH
City of Forest Grove, Washington County, ^ a g h i
running thence East 110 feet; thence Nor:
thence West 110 feet: thence South
o f land, to-wit: Commencing at a point
of the Southeast corner o f Block No. 2
Forest Grove, Oregon, and running th e n d o f it
feet; thence West 63 feet; thence South 135P | D e
East 63 feet to the place of beginning; ¿:n Qr y
other and further reliet as to the Court m
By order of the Hon. L. A. Rood, Judge cf£
n, d a te d «
Court o f Washington County, Oregon,
of February, 19o6. This Summons is s 1
nty I New ¿ !
tion thereof in the Washington County
paper pub.ished weekly in said County a:.d
W. H. HOLLIS, attorney forw
(Firs.. F -u i'tb . U
A vj E N T S S
TICILETS V IA
ly d 1
r o SPOKANE, ST. PAUL, lhe .po1
A POLIS, D U L U T H , CHI
ST. LO U IS.
A n d a l l P o i n t s E a s t and
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF ORE
GON FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY.
Charles Van Horn, plaintiff
B. P. Cad we 11 and Jcshua McDaniels, defendants, ) mons
To E. P. Cadwe’. l, defendant above named:
evening was a success, everyone having
a good time.
In the name of the State of Oregon:
T om Whitehorn of Corvallis, visited
with Thomas Talbot
last week on his
way to Portland.
The Baseline Lumber Co.
install in their mill.
grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. T.
Phillips, visited them over Sunday.
Mrs. Peck, also Mr. and Mrs. W m .
in Portland with friends and relatives.
The pupils of the 5th
promoted to the 6th
and those of the
6th were promoted to the 7th.
One of the S. P. freight trams which
Evening Telegrtm and T h e News, was heavily loaded with lumber, was
O ne Yi V 15 .00; Six Months, $2.50. derailed and it took all of Monday
Yon are hereby
the complaint filed
you ln U * ah°ve entitled suit on or before the
weeks after the date o f the
first publication of
appear and answer, for want thereof, the plaintiffs
will take Judgment aga;
ymi for the relief prayed
foe In the complaint of the plaintiffs filed herein, to-w if
For a decree foreclwine certain liens o f mechat ics and
« h e r t ì s : Charles Van Horn; against the following des
cribrt property, to wft; Commencing , , , p * « 13J f„ ,
a large planer which they will at on ce
Miss Rose Coughtry of
appear and answer
j 8th day of March 1906. which time is more than six
North of the Southwest corner o f Block No. 2 in the
City of Forest Grove. Washington County. Oregon. ,„ d
I in n in g thence East 110 feet; thence
V A Tür
! Vanderven of this place, spent Sunday
n im e r
Summons i i a t i n
before the last day o f the time prescribed: s ^ S , ^
publication hereof, to-w it:—on or beforefr ID g fill
To Louise M. Ledgerwood, defendant
In the name of the State of Oregon, yon
notified, that the plaintiff here.n has t.licd
againt you in the above entitled Court, andyot^^^^^
by required to appear aud answer said air., D O llS e
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF
J. W . Hughes, plaintiff, v«. W. F. Boardmao, William
Hughes Gordon, Samuel Todd, Georgia Hughes Cheney
and Rufus D. Cheney.
To W . F. Boardman, defendant
This summons is served upon you by publication by
the order of L A . Rood, County Judge of Washington
County, Oregon, which order was made on the 18th day
of January, 1906.
W. H. HOLLIS,
Attorney fer Plaintiff.
(First Publication Jan. 18th)
Harry Cook and William Tibbits will
the Pacific Coast, which has com
J. P. VANDERZANDEN, Prop.
start for Alaska about the 22nd of this
will treat you right.
centers and in all the cities and
The leading evening newspaper of
Will open for business Monday,
February’ 19, 1906
but says he is
we are glad to see you back with us
correspondents in important news
evening looking well,
Colorado, W yom ing
the local news, but to keep in touch
The Evening Telegram,
glad to get back to Oregon again and
should also read
for a trip through
VERY LOW PRICES
William E. Ledgerwcod, Plaintiff)
Louise M. Ledgerwcod, Defendant)
NEW STORE- - -NEW GOODS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STAT1 » c a r I
GON IN AND FOR THE COCNTYl^B
W a s h in g t o n
n a tor
United States Land Office, Portland, Oregon,
Dec. 13, 1905.
"saw their finish” in this city.
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
we need here, is a modern, commodious provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1878, en
titled “ An act f a the sale of tinber lands in the States
playhouse, one that will not open its of California, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington Terri
doors to any company that may be tory," as extended to all the Public Land States by act or
August 4, io92, Clark P. Hadley, of Portland, county o f
"hiking” our way.
Multnomah, State of Oregon, has this day filed in this
office his sworn statement No. 6677, for the purchase of
| the EVa of SW V a of Section No 21 and E 4 of NW V a
— Goldenrod Flour, guaranteed.
I Sec 28 in Township No. 2 N, Range No. 5 W , and will
— Next Wednesday closes the great offer proof to show that the land sought is more valuable
for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, to
Chicago sale. Anticipate your wants | establish his claim to said land before Register and
| Receiver at Portland, Oregon, on Monday, the 26th
by buying your clothing now.
| day of February, 19C6.
He names as witnesses: W esley Penney of Saint
i Johns, Ore., Jacob T. Cox, of Glenwood P. O., Ore.,
i Thomas Varley, of Glenwood P. O., Ore., A. M. Stearns,
N oice is hereby given that I have of Portland, Ore.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-
emancipated my son, Charles A. Ger-
described lands are requested to file their claims in this
rish, and that I will not be responsible office on or before said 26th day of Februaay, 1906.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Register.
for any debts he may contract after
(First Pub.. D**«* 13.)
r of th
these cheap, perambulating companies 1
; Say That Forest Grove Growers are
Imbued With the Hood
<1 or n
Any and all persons claim ing adversely the above
described lands are requested to file their claims in this
office on or before said 24th day of April, 1906.
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, Register.
First pub. Feb. 15
three productions given at Verts Hall
both pleasant and profitable to Mr. and to Portland after a few days visit with
Grove had more of the H ood River
spirit than any town that he has visited this date.
T h e lecture given at the church and that they were entertained right
Dated this 15th day of F eb. 1906.
ntertained a number of friends at her Saturday night on Woman’ s Suffrage, royally.— H ood River Glacier.
J. T . G e r r i s h .
' ' ^ n o m e on Third Avenue Friday evening. was well attended.
T h e party was given in honor of Miss
Miss Wettle returned to her school
Merle Shannahan who recently returned
this week after an absence of two
from Mist where she had closed a suc
weeks on account of sickness.
cessful term of school. The first part
A very successful and well patronized
of the evening was the unraveling of
“ Hard-times Social” was given at
cobwebs made of colored twine.
Artisan Hall last Wednesday night.
means of numbers at the end of each
Frank W escott will move into the
string, partners were chosen for partak
Wilkes Cottage as the property in
ing of the refreshments.
A m ong the
which he has been living, has been
games played was the fascinating par
lor game of “ b lock .”
Ed Ram bo and wife, who have been
were: Misses Burlingame. Kirkwood,
day of April, 1906.
He names as witnesses: David O’ Donnell of Buxton,
Oregon; Robert Simpson of Buxton. Oregon; Geo.
Holt of Albion, Oregon; Henry Sbunick of Portland
have been called upon to attend a
cheap and trashy class of entertain-
It is a pleasure to chronicle that two of
Guaranty j a
Notice for Publication oi th
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with the
provisions of the act of Congress of June 3, 1S78,
entitled “ An act for the sale of timber lands in the
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and Washington
Territory,” as extended to all the Public Land States by
act of August 4, 1892, James W . Webb, of Portland,
county of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has this day filed
in this office his sworn statement No. 67 2. for the pur
chase of the SW 1/4 of NEV4, NEV» of NWV» and SM»
1 of N W % of Section No. 12 in Township No.
3 N, Range No. 5 West, and will offei proof to show
that the land sought is more valuable for its timber or
stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the Register and Receiver of
this office at Portland, Oregon, on Tuesday, the 24th
the expected event..
W est Side branch,
Notice for Publication
companies were unworthy of the patron
Roseburg, has been
(First pub. Jan. 4.)
of cases will greatly oblige him by giv decided to remain with us. H e says couple of w eeks, but isir.uch improved.
ing him notice three months prior to the thermometer stood 20 deg . below
returned from a trip of several weeks
equi ped and run on business
forty- full blast as soon as the new floor is
(D r. Hines Drug Store.)
se\ enth birthday by a pleasant surprise put in.
— Dr. C. L. Large reports a daughter party last Friday evening.
W . B. Vickers, who is em ployed in
bom to the wife of D. H . Jennings, of
Howard L ee, who returned from a candy factory in Portland, is out to
near Gaston, Feb. 12. Parties wishing M ichigan a short while ago expecting Cornelius accom panied by his wife.
the services of Dr. Large in this class to remain here about six weeks, has W. B. has been on the sick list for a
United States Land Of!\ce, Portland, Oregon,
February 9th, 1906
Second Floor of Watrous & C o.s’ Store. orchard, and preparing to spray.
property consisting of six lots and or.e
Miss Clara Staley spent a few days
residence through the real estate agent,
with her sister, Mrs. Elsie Sorren.
A. A. Phillips, consideration, $1,000.
A . F. Baker has been making use
Methusala was all right, you bet
John Wirtz of Forest Grove is fixing
of the new spray pump, the past few
For a good old soul was he,
up the old Cornelius ware-house for a
They say he would b e living yet,
skating rink and it will be running in
Grove lodge being present.
C. D. Staley has been trimming his
etc., smiles because of the San Jose
Your patronage solicited.
Had he taken R ocky Mountain Tea.
lime, sulphur, blue vitriol, spray pumps,
the Methodist minister, for 40 dollars.
It’ s an 111 wind that blows nobody
brie buildings, which were condemned
I by the City Council,
her story proved to be a real
A. A. Phillips sold three of the Im-
Ruel Baker is clearing up a piece of
Miss Sheek had plenty of
— CORNELIUS —
is reported much
Miss Coral Eaker was home over
— Our harness and horse goods are of
been seriously ill,
animal was a valuable
United State« Land Gfflce, Portland,
One of the best residence properties
in the city. Ideal*location, nine room
Notice is hereby given that in compllij!!
house with large, hall, paDtry and b a u provisions o f the act of Congress of Ju^
room, electric light and telephone, entitled “ An act for the sale »f Umber u ^
small bam, chicken house, wood shed States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
T erritory," as extended to all the Public L ^ ^ k i n g
fruit trees, act 0f August 4, 1892, Robert R Kuhn, - J today
apples, cherriec, pears ana prunes, uiso COUBtyof Washington, state o t Oregon, jb t« rt
strawberries, raspberries, logan berries,' medinthisoincehuswornstatement H M jJthat
fine shade trees and purchase or the s w n or section no . u ¡, »e esta
r - h n ir e r o s e s
Corner lot 1 0 0 x 2 0 0 f t . No. 3 N ., R a is e No. 5 W .. and .111 . « „ „ l h a l i
,hatth' lan<ls ul!ht ‘‘ mo" valuable for I, T,itpra
House recently clothed an p P -
Stone than tor agricultural purposes,
throughout. New sidewalks both sides his claim to said land before the Register
Also good work and driving horse, wt. , of this office
Oince at Portland, Oregon, on Wcdaq
names as witat*
about 1250 lbs., 9 years old. age gUar- '« 21st
- ■ day
— o f March, 1906. « He
N. P. Nelson of Timber, Oregon; R. T. $4
Good single buggy har Buxton, Oregon; Alfred Cummii.gs of B u * to t ;^ ^ _ le _
ness, good double buggy
harness, James Cummings o f Buxton, Oregon.
r sh a)
Any and all persons claiming adversely&.1 t o b
good single truck harness. Must be
terms and described lands are requested to file their cli^ lftfter
office on or before said 21st day of March, W «.|cO O ii
ALGERNON S. DRESSER, reflU fl
Forest Grove, Or.
his ranch, near Gales City.
rubber lined, fine
For Sale at A Bargain
C . F. Ryan of Portland,
— Plush robes,
Mrs. Chas. Thomas.
*a p p r<
— Dr. E. H . Brown,
spend Sunday with Mr. and
driving horse.— Goff Bros.
"THE COMFORTABLE WAT"
R o u t e o f th e fa m o u a O r ie n ta l
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Daylight trip thro$rfC£ort
Cascade and Rocky
M ol ' the
For tickets, rates, folden th e ex;
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H . D IC K S '!'0? p
City Ticket A gen t, 122 T E ? Brtol
thence W e « 110 feet; thence South n o f w ^ t o ' p j » « ^
A llo the
following described tract of
i and, to-wit: Commencing at a poir.t 190 feet West of
Wash., Cor. 2nd A ve. and
, ' ht SoU;hr**' « " ■ « «t Block No. 2 in mid City of
Fore« Crore, Oregon, running h-nce North 13J feet
We Give Expedited Sen n.»rve
¡E-fiTí!"-5 th*n" S u h 1,5
|Xwt 61 f e «
p i.e e o f b e g i n n e ; snd fo , such
other and funber relief as » *th- Court may seem Just
j C «m of
Washing*cn C ount,.
Oregon, dared -hi, 1« cu ,
A ' G ' P' A ’
M biutad w e e k ly « said County and State.
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General A gen t; Portland, *