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Attorney John Stevenson, of
Forest Grove, is slated for cir
cuit judge o f Multnomah county
by Gov. West to fill unexpired
term o f Judge Gantenbien, in
F. G. Jones and
case Gantenbien resigns to de
vote his time to candidacy as
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Scott were senator.
in Portland Monday.
K. Mattison, o f Patton Valley,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Taylor left is circulating a pétition for the
Monday for Philadelphia.
office o f county commissioner.
Thomas Small and wife, o f Mr. Mattison came to Washing
Thatcher, were passengers for ton county in 1854 and is well
versed in its needs.
Mrs. Ç. A. Dennis, reliable
Jack Wright (Happy Jack)
Scalp treatment a
called at the office this week and
Ind. No. 184;
asks that we see that the Press
reaches him hereafter.
M. J. Walsh Co., 311 Stark
Lang’s Mineral Wonder, as ad
street, Portland, has the largest
stock o f electric fixtures in the vertised in this issue, does won
city. Write for their catalogue ders as a curative agent.
The business men of the Grove
will meet at K. P. hall Monday
evening for a love feast. Unity
o f action and betterment o f town
and surroundings with due re
gard to the county trade will be
foremost in discussion.
Forest Grove Planing
Contractors and Builders
Members o f the council are
around” where debris
and accumulations o f waste lie
Mission Furniture, Mill W ork in back alleys and along the
and General Repair W ork
streets, with intent o f having
the same removed. Good move,
Forest Grove Restaurant
and Oyster House
W o have on sale Olympia
and Eastern Oysters
Try us once and if we
please you tell others;
if not tell us.
Located on Pacific Avenue
W . F. H A R T K A M P F
Wholesale and Retail
V s tc k Seeds, all k ia d i of gras« teed, G ra y
Saod Oats. R ink W in ta r W heat
H a y and Feed
Milbura Wagons, Milwaukee
Mowers and Binders and
lnd Phone 50x
Forest Grove, Ore
The Warren Construction Co.,
which laid the cement streets in
Corvallis, has a new pavement
which it will be able to put down
for $1.65 or less, probably less.
It consists of gravel and bitulith-
ic, forming a five inch mass.
The base will be 3 h inches and
bitulithic surface 11 inches, but
the whole is put down matted to
gether, in such a form that it is
thought it will make a splendid
pavement for residence districts.
Corvallis Gazette Times.
$7.00 per ton, cash.
I). R o d e .
I interest being the undivided twenty
(nr. n hundred and ninety-eight fifty
,.vnn th.ni land and two hundredths
Notice i. hereby given iliac by order (•’ iMS-oVdon) o f saiti Augusta Jena, in
o f the County Court o f the >t ilc of | lot one 1 ) and in the south half o f the
Oregon for lire County of Multnomah, lorthwesi quarter and the north half of
the undersigned, Edward Jasper, the the southwest quarter o f Section one(l),
duly appointed and qualified Guardian ¡n Township three (3) South o f Hang«“
o f Augusta Jena, an insane person, w ill one 11 ) West, situate in the County of
sell at private sale, on and after the Washington, State of Oregon.
2nd day of March, A . 1). 1912, Tor c a s e s iV will lie continued until made.
in hand, subject to confirmation by san
E uwaku J asper , Guardian.
County Court, all o f the interest
Notice of Guardian’s Sale
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned, guardian o f the estate o f
Edward Pest has this day filed in the
county court o f Washington county,
Oregon, his final account and report as
such guardian in said estate, and the
same has been set for final hear ng and
settlement before said court at the
county court house in Hillsboro, Ore
gon, on Monday, March 11, 1912, at 10
o ’ clock a. m. o f said day.
Dated this February
G. 1!. I’.EST,
Guardian o f the estate o f Edward
Whitman’s chocolates are the Best.
M. Bailey Bump, Attorney for Guard-
best chocolates. Get a sample at
the Forest Grove Pharmacy.
Notice to Taxpayers
S. Paisley, of Banks, was a
passenger on the Oregon Electric
Notice is hereby given that 1911 tax
rolls for Washington County, Oregon,
for Portland Monday.
VanDeHey Brothers have a
contract for the cutting of 200
cords of wood at Varley.
will be open for collection and payment
of taxes on Monday, February 5, 1912.
All who make full payments of their
taxes before March 15, 1912, will re
ceive a rebate o f 3 per centum, half
payments can be made by the first
Monday in October, 1912.
payment is made by the first Monday
in April, 1912, the tax becomes de
linquent and the statute requires from
that date a penalty of 10 per cent and 1
per cent interest per montli on said
tax until it is paid.
G eo . G. H ancock ,
¿sheriff and ex-officio tax collector for
Washington County. Oregon.
By J. C. A p p l e g a t e , Deputy.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, Febru
ary 1, 1912.
The ice used in packing of re
frigerator cars by the Southern
Pacific company alone, during
the fruit packing season, in San
Francisco, if the cakes, which
are twenty-two inches wide and
eleven inches thick, were placed
end to end, would cover a stretch
of 903 miles. The weight of this
amount o f ice is 220,115 tons;
Notice for Publication.
melted, it equals 75,588,374 gal
lons o f water.
The ice would
Department o f the Interior, U. S.
require 11,006 cars o f ordinary Land Office at Portland, Oregon, Jan
uary 20, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Jerry J.
Good potatoes $1.00 per hun
Lime and Sulphur spray at the
dred at Hartrampf’s feed store.
Will deliver. Phone 50x.
Dr. Wood, State Senator, is
Mrs. John Heisler, o f Gales
the people for renom ina-
Creek, was in town Saturday.
Dan Black, of Dayton, Wash
ington, last week visited the i L. S. Dunham, o f Meridian,
home of his childhood, the Black Idaho, is in town this week, look
place at Verboort, after being ing over the possibilities of this
away for thirty years. The visit section in the matter of raising
called to his memory incidents of pure bred Shropshire sheep. If
his childhood and he was treated proper encouragement is shown
most cordially by the present oc- i he will establish a branch breed
ing station near the Grove. Mr.
enpants of the Black place.
Dunbar has hand’ed more pure
Wanted— A good live man as bred sheep than any other three
partner in real estate office to men, for a number of years. He
No capital re says that the climate and sur
quired. Can commence at once.
roundings are ideal for the in
Address Mark, Drawer D, For dustry in Washington county.
Mrs. F. J. Miller and daughter
A smallpox patient near Sher
Phyllis were visitors last week
wood was sent by Dr. Woods to
at the heme o f Gerald Volk, in
the pest house at Portland Tues
day. The patient was one of
the many unemployed who have
Potatoes, good ones, $1.00 per
been sent out from Portland.
W. F. Hartrampf
Hugh L. Wahl called at the
Christner, whose postoffice address i--
Room 4, Cambridge Bldg.. Cor. Ski and
Morrison St., Portland, did, on the 8th
day o f May, 1911, file in this office
Sworn Statement and Application, No.
03045, to purchase the ME1, SW ,, Sec
tion 12, Township 2 North, Range 5 1
West, Willamette Meridian, and the
timber thereon, under the provisions of
the act o f June 3, 1878, and acts
amendatory, known as the “ Timber and
Stone I.aw,” at such value as might be
fixed by appraisement, and that, pursu
ant to suco application, the land and
timber thereon have been appraised,
the timber estimated 110,000 board feet
at $1.00 per M, and the land $10.00:
that said applicant wii! offer final proof
in support of his application and sworn
statement on the 11th day o f April, 1912.
before the Register and Receiver of
the United States Land Office, at Port
Any person is at liberty to proto, t
this purchase before entry, or initiate
a contest at any time before (latent is
sues, by filing a corroborated affidavit
in this office, alleging facts which
would defeat (he entry.
H. F. H igby , Register.
P aten ts
Embalming— Funeral Directing
Forest Grove Undertaking Co.
A. W. NELSON, Mgr.
Licensed Embaí mer
D e s ig n «
C o p y r ig h t s A c .
Aneon* ••ndln* * sketch and description n o r
quick I? »»«*<jrt4»m our opinion fro« whether an
Invention is probably patentable, Cuninmnlcii-
flmi« strictly confidential. HAND000R on TutonU
aunt free. »»Most airanry for securing paleniH.
I’aicuta taken through kliinu A Co. receive
tfti- U i n o t i c , without ohargo. In the
Scientific Am erican.
A handsomely Illustrated week!?, V argait Hr-
dilation o f any •(•101111110 Journal, Torni«. f:t a
rt four mom b«, 9L Bold by ail now Allenici «.
Q SCI Broadway.
Phon« No. 642
Forest Grove, Oregon
The Auction House
New and Second Hand Goods
0. M. Sanford, Proprietor
dJt I* 8t_ Washington, I).
PACIFIC D R U G C O M P A N Y
(Successor, to Dr. Hines)
Good Goods, Right Price»
IrMkb M , r e u , . M anager
Alex- Belmrohr, a lumber man
o f Gales Creek, called at the o f
fice this week.
U . S. A . -
Livery, Feed and Sales Stables
e .«A W A .« n a a . FOREST G R O V E
and A le.
Hoses* and K>„. lor «In.
end tWIiv.rnl to nil part*.
H u , , , , m IM tm
Ind.pnnd.nl Rhone 413
W . T . J O H N S O N . Proprietor.
Holbrook Ljodge No. 30,
A. F. and A. M. Special
'N r \ Communication this Sat
urday evening, Feb. 10 at 7:30
Visiting brethren wel
come. W’ork in E. A. degree and
other business. By ordti o f the
A. B en K ori , Sec’y.
"Odds with the
which was to have been played I
by the Catholic young people on
February 14, has been postponed
¿ q . to some time in March.
CLOSEfSKIM M ING
EASY. R U N N IN G
W e will dlacLly oc to your.kouse., jet*uplour
m achines dem onstrate.
FA R M ER
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PORTLAND ' ORE"___
212 FRONT ST-
S A L S STILL G O IN G O N
R E D U C T IO N
C O L O R E D G O O D S IS S T IL L O N
2 0 (/c and 3 0 % Discount
W e also give 30 per cent discount cif on O V E R C O A T S and
20 per cent off on M E N ’S and B O Y S ’ SU IT S , W O O L E N
B L A N K E T S and W O O L E N U N D E R W E A R .
Hoffman & Allen Company
A r e You Going South or East?
TH EN T R A V E L V IA THE
D irect connection
at C hicago ar.d New
Orleans o r New
Y ork, Boston, W ash
and points cast.
and El Paso
and O gden
Portland Marble Works
All kinds of
M on u m en ta l W o r k
“ R OA D OF A TH OU SAN D W ON DERS”
John Carstens, a hop grower
Class Work and Stock < >r,ly
o f Banks, Ernest Olsen and 20-1-0« Fourth St., Opposite City Hall
family, o f Gales Creek, J. J.
Loynes and E. A. Cox, of Hill
side, W. K. Newell, of East Gas Main $564
ton, Miss Blanche Hazlett, of
Thatcher, Scott Wolf and Mrs.
R. W. McNutt, o f Cornelius,
Thatcher, o f Thatcher, were,
among those in town yesterday.
The Southern Pacific Railway
Company has closed its options
for the properties along First
ave., keeping as near the street
as possible. The movement gives
but little indication as to which
wav the line w ill leave town to
the south or west.
mains but one or two obstacles
in right-of-way as to property
holders on First avenue.
Estimates given on First-
(Successors to V. II. Umber)
J. W’. Ryals, with his family,
is moving to the Grove.
Notice of Final Settlement
companied by Howard Wahlen, 1 J. S. Little made this office a
k . w
. h a in k s ,
Administrator o f the estate o f Mar
German spoken in the office
pleasent call Monday.
tin V. Hisbee, deceased.
stopped over in the Grove Tues
Bagley & Hare, Attorney for Admin
You will save money by buying istrator.
Hell, Main 34«
Ind. City. 344 day.
your goods at Hoffman & Allen
O V E R 66 Y E A R S '
E X P E R IE N C E
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Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned administrator of the estate
o f Martin V. Hisbee, deceased, has filed
in the County Court of the state o f Or
egon, for Washington county, hi", final
.T. C. Kuratli
account in the matter of ¡-.aid estate,
E. 1. Kuratli
and said court has fixed Monday, the
12th day o f February, 1912, at the court
room in Hillsboro, Oregon, at 10 o,clock
office while in town the first of
0 . C. Smith o f Dales was in a. m. o f said day, as the time ar.d
place for hearing objections to said fi
town Tuesday attending the fun nal account, and the final settlement of
REAL ESTATE, COLLECTIONS
B. Shipman, of Tillamook, ac eral and burial of James Hambliu
Dated this 10th day of January, 1912.
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immiti«: your preference o f a.1, in .hi,
his week’s issue.
Name o f person making selection
M. J. WALSH CO.
311 Stark street
P O R T L A N D . OR.