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sage stating that her sister was very
Harley Prickett has been on the
sick list, but is able to be about the
hardware store attending to business as
Roy Tolson has leased Earl Topper’ s
place near Dllley.
Mr. Kinton’ s brother and wife have
A. Dethlefs is having som e giub-
returned to their home in Cornelius
bing done this Spring.
after spending several days with the
J. G. Boos and wife have been Port former.
land visitors the past week.
W e understand that E. Turner ex
Earl Tupper has moved to J. G. pects to go into business for himself i
at Walport in the near future. Con-
Boos’ stone quarry for the summer.
gratulations and success be yours.
The farmers are making good head
way with their spring plowing in this
Mrs. M cConahey entertained r e - !
cently with a "quilting b ee.”
present were Mrs. Friday, Mrs. John
Several young people, of this place,
Carstens, Mrs. A. E. Carstens, Mrs.M.
attended the last dance at Dilley.
Turner, Mrs. E. E. Turner, Mrs. E. |
They reported having a good time.
F. Willis, Mrs. Harry Davies and Mrs.
J. G. Boos has planted a fine or F. Engtn.
chard of apple, cherry and peach
T h e Banks Base Bail Association j
trees lately, on his farm near the stone
met recently and com pleted plans lor j
the com ing season. They are making
Baley Lewis made a business trip to a new diamond, which will be fenced ;
Forest Grove lately, p: rchasing him and furnished with a grand stand, and
self a new double set of harness and a everything will be up to date in every !
way. The team will be stronger than ,
Clod Alemball and Mr. Spurgin are it has ever been and everybody is
helping Roy Tolson with his grubbing. looking forward expecting to see them
Roy expects to finish his contract make a record for Banks.
M a rch cam e in like a L ion but will p ro b a b ly g o out like a
within the next week.
Mrs. Laura D ick of Seattle, Wash.,
who has been visiting with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. g . B oos , for the past
two weeks, has returned home.
W A T T S D IS T R IC T .
George Schock was
in Forest Grove
Harvey and Archie Rogers were at
A d v e n t
and it behooves the Ladies to buy their Spring and Summer dresses and waistings early so as to get them
made up before the warm, balmy weather comes, when we all feel more like being out in the open air
than sitting down to a sewing task. This week we show in our Windows some very choice material
for this season such as
Mercerized Checked Chiffon
Silk and Colton Xoveltics
Dotted Sw iss
Drap de L indi
Bert Friday gave a surprise birthday
party at his home in honor of Mrs.
Friday’ s father. Z. N. Seelye’ s forty-
The evening was
pleasantly spent at five hundred, Ralph
Kinton winning first prize and Miss I
Sadie Turner the booby. Refresh- j
ments were served, after which Mr. |
Seelye was presented with a handsome |
Morris chair, a gift from the invited I
L o o k Th em
O v e r B e fo re
You B uy
PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES.
Buelah Walling of Dilley, entered
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martin and
family of Dilley spent Sunday at Mrs. the Second grade this week.
M cC oy’ s.
Esther Emerson, from Hillsboro, e r .-!
Mrs. Peterson of Forest Grove was a tered the third grade this week.
guest at M.
Bis e 's Sunday and
Mrs. W. K. Newell was a visitor of
the First grade Wednesday morning.
you if you will only look.
Dr. Brown of Forest Grove was
The high school pupils visited the
called to attend Victor Adams, who Hillsboro school last Friday afternoon !
was sick the fore part of this week.
and report a very enjoyable time.
Mrs. J. R. Hall. Mrs. L. Van Kirk,
Rev. Gould spoke to the pupils o f !
Mrs. R ice and Mrs. Adams called on the upper grades Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Burk and Mrs. Rogers Thursday His talk was appreciated as all the talks
Editor N e w s — Reports from over
E L. Willis made a business trip to
the county are that there is much
Portland last week.
more cleaning up and pruning old or
School in the upper room is again
chards than has ever been done before.
in running order, with Prof. Willis as
This is cheering news to all lovers
of good fruit. Let the good work go
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Galaway are at on. No one at all interested in fruit
home after spending a few days with raising can afford to miss the address
friends in Portland.
of M. 0 . Lonsdale, Saturday afternoon,
Miss Pearl Shipley has been quite March 14, at Masonic Hall. Mr. Lons
sick the past two weeks but at last dale is a practical fruit-grower and
thoroughly understands the method of
account was improving.
tree culture. Many from all parts of
Miss Elpha Schulmerich has re
the county are going to avail them
covered from a severe case of mumps
selves of the opportunity of listening
and is able to be in school again.
to a practical address on the subject of
Harry Davies is erecting a water printing and caring for an old orchard,
tower with capacity to supply water to as well as the new ones just planted.
w. K. C u r t i s .
all the residents on N ob Hill.
— A full line of Comforts at Bailey’ s.
Y t .
The Progressive Store
HOFFMAN <Sb ALLEN
Ethel, Roy and Evelyn Luff, and
Claris« Cady have entered the First i
grade. This increases the number to
fifty, which stretches
Gale Grange No. 282 met in regu
Henry Rhodes made a business trip
lar session on Saturday, March 7, at
to Hillsboro one day last week.
10:30. The forenoon session was
A series of meetings has begun at
given over to initiations of candidates
the Thatcher church, by the Church
into the 3rd and 4th degrees and the
regular grange work.
While the easterners are having
After the regular grange dinner the
blizzards we are enjoying the warm afternoon session was called at 1:30
o ’ clock and was taken up with the con
Prof. Hazard was at his farm Satur sideration of the Parcels Post Bill. Be
day. H e attended the meeting of the ing an open session to which the gen
eral public was welcom e and the mem
farmers at the school house.
bers of the Retail Merchants having
Mrs. Myers of Washington has re been invited to present their reasons
turned to her home after visiting her for opposing said bill they sent as their
parents Mr. and Mrs. Locke.
representatives Mr. A. G. Hoffman and
A mountain log cabin was erected Rev. I. M. Barber. H on. W . K.
on E. J. Bonshu’ s place last week. Newell opened the discussion for the
bill and Messrs. Hoffman and Barber
It will be occupied by a bachelor.
presented facts against it, after which
W. K. Newell and others spoke in its
J. L. Banks is reported improving.
It was a genuine talk-fest and no
Glad to see Mrs. Kinton is able to doubt will bring a better understand
ing as regards the Parcels Post bill.
be out again.
The grange will be pleased at any
Ole Hopkins is confined to his home time to have these public questions
with the mumps.
discussed at their open sessions.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Purdin have
returned to Banks.
« PUBLICAT ONS
Messrs, and M mes. Buxton, Dilley
The Sixth grade attempted some
and R ice attended the funeral of Mrs. work
in paper-mache maps. The
Shipley, at Forest Grove Sunday.
work was a success.
Discuss Parcels Post.
Mrs. Julia DeMoss came out from
Miss Luce gives special lessons in
Portland Saturday and spent Sunday at drawing once a week in the upper
Forest View H om e.
Mrs. Bosley is on the sick list with
Cressa Tennis of the Seventh grade,
the la grippe, at the home of her is back after having an attack of the
daughter, Mrs. Allen Dilley.
The public school will give a pro
gram April 6th, for the benefit of the
public school Athletic
This entertainment promises to be one
Will Gillett visited with M. L. R ob of the best the public school has ever
erts last week.
On our shelves we have many more in all the lead
ing shades and figures which we will be pleased to show
Mrs. E v el Turner left hurriedly for
Salem last week in response to a mes-
o f S p r in g ;
The Fifth grade is spending extra 1
D ick Holscher and Delos Adams
have each purchased a horse recently. time on Arithmetic.
Fred Barnhardt has returned to his
home in Dilley.
events this month is the
The regular meeting of the Literary
Mrs. R. M . BLbee made a business
Society will be Friday.
trip to Hillsboro, Monday.
At the meeting of the Farmers’ M u
tual Protection Association at R ock e
feller Hall, Saturday evening, several
petitions were presented for signatures
and questions of interest to the farm
ers were discussed. The next m eet
i n g will be held in three weeks.
L am b,
In the matter o f the eatate o f William M. Lyda. de-
To Mary Frances Wadam, Miranda Jones, Joseph
Lyda, Stella P. Lvda. G. P. Lyda. Win. E. Lyda. Clyde
E. Lyda, Geo. N. Lyda. Hl*h G. Lyda and Carl Francis
Lyda, and to all persons interested in above named
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON.
You are hereby cited and requited to appear in the
County Court o f the State of O refon, for the County of
Washington, at the Court Room thereof, at Hillsboro, in
the County o f Washington, on Monday, the 30th day o f
March, 1908, at 10 o ’clock In the forenoon of that day,
then and there to show cause, If any you have, why an
order o f said Court should not be made authorizing and
licensing the Executor of the estate o f said William M.
Lyda, deceased, to sell all o f the real property belong
ing to said estate, situated in Washington County, Ore
gon, and more particularly described as follows to-wlt:
First: Part of section 36 T. 2 N. R. 3 W. commencing
at a point where the west boundary o f the David Har
per D. L. C. crosses Gales Creek; thence south on said
west boundary line 11.50 chains to a post from which a
cedar tree 48 In. in dia., bears south 12 degrees W. 19
links distant; thence north 82 Mi degrees east < Var. 22M/
degrees I . ) to an oak 24 in. in dia. thence north 82H
degrees east to an oak tree 36 In. In dia.; thence north
82Mi degrees east to a fir tree on the left bank of Gales
Creek 48 in. is dia.; thence north 82 W degrees east to
middle channel o f Gales Creek; thence up said channel
with the meandering* to the place o f beginning, and
containing 10 acres more or less. Also: Beginning at
the northwest corner o f section 36 T. 2 N. R. 5 W.
thence east 94 rod«, or 23.50 chain*; thence *outh H
mile or 40 chain*; thence west 94 rods or 23.50 chains;
thence north 40 chains to the place o f beginning, con
taining 94 acres more or less, ezeepting from the above
described the following tract o f land, towlt: Beginning
j at the quarter »ection corner between sections 35 and
36 T. 2 N. R. 5 W. and running thence north 14.72
chains: thence north 68 degrees east 28.50 chains;
thence south 24 50 chain*; thence west 23.50 chain* to
the place of beginning, contain.ng 49 acres more or less.
Also lying, being and situate in n M county and state and
being the east half of the southwest quarter; the west
half of the southeast quarter of section 24 T 2 N.
r . J. W . contain ng 160 acre*. Alto the wwst half of
the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter of the
southwest quarter and the «outhwer quarter of the
northwest quarter o f section 25 T. 2 N. R . 5 W. Will.
Mer. in Oregon.
W itness the Hon. J. W Goodin. Judge of the County
Court o f the State o f Oregon, for the County of Wash
ngton with the Seal of said Court a » zed this 25th day
It is *11 smooth sailing when you place a Liner Ad
in this column. A few words here will reach 5,000
readers and the result* are certain. 5c line 1st
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Minimum charge 10 cts.
News and Pacific Monthly $2.00.
— Smoke Big Bear Cigar,
by all first class dealers.
FOR SALE.— Pedigree
R. S. Alexander.
For sale close in— Some choice small
tracts. Several desirable houses and
lots. T. H. Littlehales Forest Grove
National Bank Building.
FOR S^J.E— Good 8 room house just
outside city limits. Barn, lot 1 acre,
plenty ol fruit, good well.
goes with the place, $1800.
Grove Nat’ l Bank Building.
8 room house on Pacific Avenue,
$800. T . H .
Grove Nat’ l Bank Building.
M inorco eggs,
Also several roosters
FOR SALE— T op buggy and harness
nearly new, one heavy harness,
wagon tongue, crossing
gallon milk cans, 20 gallon kettle
Inquire at this office.
of Fsbrurary A. D. 1908.
Attest ! . J G O D M A N . Clerk.
First Publication Feb 17.
— The finest of Cotton
D uck, 50c for
K. X. Staehr
O F F IC E X T
D. F. Fleck
T H E H A 7 .A A H . N E X T T O P O M T O P F IC E
S o m e o f th is w e e k 9s B a r g a in s
Eleven acres of fine land with
good house and barn, orchard,
only one mile out for sale or ex
change for town property.
Good six-room house, only 2
blocks from Main street for $700.
850 down and 812 per month
80 acres of land, with good
buildings, 3 j miles from Forest
Grove on easy terms, price $3000
improved 280 acre
(arm 7 miles out lor $40 per
acre. This is a snap.
A fine 100 acre farm witli good
buildings, between C om eliosan d
Hillsboro at only $75 per acre.
Six room house on large C o r
ner lot and barn. Fine location.
Only 87 50 .
15 acres o f land all cleared,
with house and barn.
10 acre s
cleared, 6 acres bottom land, ifc
G ood new 7-room house with
two lots on car line lor only
$ 1000 .
Four acres ol land, close to
town, with house and barn, good
New six room hotise 2 blocks
| orchard. An ideal location lor a
from the P. O ., with J o ia n acre
fruit and chicken ranch. Price
ol ground for sale cheap or ex-
« 1 ICO.
for a small tract of land close to
- e o - T O o m house on large lot
¡on. $1400. Hallcash.
5 acres of land with good new
house and barn, one mile from
6 room ''O W for rent cheap.
town for $1650.
New house X .'4 ban» with a-
S upstairs room s for rent lor bout one acre n l fine'
$5 per month.
ed on good c o u r t y roa. '
2 miles out for o V y 9300. v rB‘
3 partially furnished rooms in
er is going away, You will , ,ve
fine location for rent at $5 per
to hurry if you want this rare bar
S a l e — Black Minorcas,
bred, 50c for 13.
The Western Oregon Stallion Society
will hold a meeting in Hillsboro on
Saturday, April 18, at which time
there will be a parade ol stallions and
other animals. The parade will be
held at 1 o ’ clock sharp.
R. C a v e .
S. M o o r e .
Rea / Estate Go
Fern Leaf Fruit Farm, Cornelius, Ore.
FOR SALE— Black
FO R E S T GROVE
H ouses fo r R ent
Pure bred Mallard
Abraham Bros, or Hughes phone 415,
—— * a"»* •<***■.. « mu u in ci properties
FOS SALE— Orgao
for sale with T . H. Littlehales, Forest hauled and in g « d condition. Call
Grove National Bank Building. 27tf
on Mrs. L. C. Dixon First avenue
FOR SALE— G ood 7 room plastered
WANTED— Young girl to do light
house, brick foundation, good barn,
lot about 2 acre. 1 block to car line,
F o r S a l e
$1800. Terms. T . H . Littlehales,
of C. N Johnson, Spring Hill Farm.
Blankets at Forest Grove Nat’ l Bank Building
Also 1 Yoi it shire boar, 18 months old
m ing at
j to the
g of the
affair * Sh«
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