Forest Grove press. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1909-1914, July 11, 1912, Image 8

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Please Observe
LOCAL
NEWS
Please observe the
rount less stars o f
the firmament. How
Mrs. Peter Boke is suffering
wonderful and how
from
nuralgia of the face.
distant.
B etw ixt
this studio and its
Peter Boke has been sawing
wonderful photo­
graphs is a chasm wood for some of his neighbors.
far and wide, when
Gladys Vermilyea and her
comparing with gen­
eral competition.
mother spent a few days at N.
Frost’s this week.
Photos Finished Here A. John
Monner was seen on our
Talk for Themselves streets last
week, home from his
claim to spend the 4th.
For Perfect Por­
traits come here and
get them.
Mrs. R. O. Stevsnson is enjoy­
ing a visit from her father Mr.
Davidson from Du fur, Oregon.
Forest Grove
Studio |
Wanted good girl for general
housework at the Forest Grove
Hospital. Phone 0221.
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Charles Hedland, formerly of
Bay View, Wash, is in this sec­
tion this week looking for a loco-
tion.
A new train has been added to
the Oregon Electric service this
week, leaving Forest Grove at
7:05 a. m.
For Sale— Steam prune dryer,
one ton capacity, all complete.
Price $60.
J. L. Loving, Gales
Creek, Ore.
Chief of Police P. W . Watkins,
who was charged and admitted
of using the language, on our
streets, “ a-son-of-a-bitch,” pass­
ed the contribution box in one of
our churches recently.
It is reported that Ed Ward
and Dutch Neill collided head on
colnsion with ahother auto^ach-
ine on the Linton Road yester-
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The continued cloudy, rainy day. Ward being hurt,
weather, while good for the
Civil Service Examination.
growing crops is disastrous to
The U. S. Civil Service Com­
the hay crop.
For
sale—30
acres,
with
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announces an examina-
O ffice on 1 st S t .
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August
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Between Pacific and 1st Ave. S.
position of forest clerk, (male)
tion.
all
tillable
land,
some
tim­
Having bought out Dr. Feeley, Vet­
erinarian, I wish to notify the public ber: for terms address “ B ” care to secure eligibles to fill vacan-
that I am prepared to answer all calls,
cies as they may occur at an en­
of Press,
day or night.
trance salary of $1100 or $1200
Phone Main 95
F orest G rove , O re
Miss Rachel Pechin is home in the Forest Service. Appli­
for her vacation, and is visiting
cants for this examination must
her sister Mrs. J. B. Prickett.
have a knowledge of stenog­
Misses Am y and Edith Pechin
raphy, typewriting, and the ele­
Graduate o f American
are allso home.
ments of bookkeeping and have
Veterinary College, of
Mrs. T. B. Stevenson and her had at least one year’ s actual
New York City, 1881.
Office with Brown’s Main Streeh Livery guests, Misses Irene Crews and
experience in clerical work in a
and Feed Stable,
Hillsboro
Phone City, 506 Lura Keagy left Wednesday business office. The age limits
night of last week for Aberdeen, are 18 to 40 years. Consider­
Wash,
to spend the 4th with able difficulty has been experi­
Mrs. Stevenson’s people.
enced in securing eligibles for
FOR S A L E —200x400 (2 acres) these positions, and all qualified
best of land, all clear, 15 minutes persons are urged to make ap­
walk from Forest Grove post- plication for snd take the com­
Wholesale and Retail
office. $500; $100 and 100 per ing examination.
For applica­
year, 5 per cent.
Land will tion blank and full information
V .tch Seed», .11 kind» of gra»> »eed. Al­
more than pay for itself. Press apply to the Secretary, Ele­
falfa Hay, Feed and Land Planter
venth Civil Service District,
Ind Phone 50x
Forest Grove, Ore Office.
I am prepared to deliver fresh 224 Federal Building, Seattle,
milk to all parts of the city for Washington.
H. B. Giaisyer
6 cents per quart, delivered
Oregon Electric Time Card
night and morning. I will do my
best to satisfy you. A . K i n n e y ,
Leave Portland
Arrive F. Grove
Dairyman,
Third St.,
Forest
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8:05 a m
Grove, Ore.
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R. F. EMMERSON’S
10 and 15c Store.
I am now moving into a new, up-to-date
store building in the Dixon Block on
Main Street.
W. B. COON, V. S.
Dr. J. J. Murray, V. S.,
VETER1NERY «SURGEON AND DENTIST
HEADQUARTERS
for MILBURN WAGONS
W. F. HARTKAMPF
A. A. Kirkwood
Giaisyer & Kirkwood
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G rand Opening Sale
Engineers and Surveyors
Hoffman Bldg. Phone 0106
Forest Grove, Oregon
UNDERTAKING
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Syfert. cf
Los Angels is expected in our
city today.
Mrs. Syfert is a
sister of J. F. Fletcher whom he
has not seen for more than 45
years. They will likely locate at
the Grove.
FOREST GROVE UNDERTAKING CO.
J. S. Ruxton, Manager
Phone No. 642
Forest Grove, Or.
Valley Farms
20 acres, 17 acres into crop,
small house, good barn, 3i
miles from Hillsboro. Will take
$1500. in Forest Grove proper­
ty as part payment.
Price
$3500.00.
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L. L. Hollinger
WE1TZEL & HOLLINGER
Tinning and Plumbing, Sheet
Metal Work and Re­
pair Shop.
70 acres, 45 acres cleared, 15
acres timber, bal. easy cleared,
five room modern bungalow,
hot and cold water, good barn,
team of horses, wagons, bind­
er and all farm tools, 3 cows,
16 head o f hogs, chickens.
Price $10,000.00, good terms.
North First Avenue, between Main and
“ A ” Streets; phone 863.
50 acres, 35 acres cleared
and into crop, 3£ miles from
Hillsboro, no buildings, $110.
per acre,
40 acres, 30 acres cleared,
good 7 room house, good barn,
lays fine, on county roadgnear
school house.
All crops in­
cluding 7 acres of potatoes,
good team, new surrey, wagon,
farm tools, 3 cows, 100 chick­
ens. Price $4600.00, $2400.00
cash.
The Position of Photography and its
Visible Results
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C Y K O Paper is the outcome
o f sixty years’ experience of
the leading experimenters and
manufacturers of photographic
materials, namely, the
Company who is responsible
it.
It it the paper that adds a
final artistic touch to a photo­
without any additional
the part of the photo­
Ansco
for
graph
labor on
grapher.
The price of this wonderful
paper is no more than you pay
for inferior kinds.
Forest Grove Pharmacy.
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5:38 p m
7:15 p m
7:45 p m
9:37 p m
12:36 a m
leave F. Grove
Embalming— Funeral Directing
W .W eitzel
8:40
10:50
1:20
4:22
6:00
6:25
8:30
11:30
Oregon Land Company
F orest G rove , O re ,
6:20 a m
7:05 a m
8:30 a m
10:35 a m
1:30 p m
3:45 p m
6:10 p m
8:05 p m
9:50 p m
Arrive Portland
7:35
8:25
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Trains leave North Bank Station in Portland
15 minutes earlier than schedule, stopping
at 10th and Stark Sts., 10th and Morrison
Sts., 5th and Salmon Sts., 1st and Salmon
Sts., and Jefferson St. Station.
All Trains Daily
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
Oregon, for Washington County.
John F. Lee,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Mattie J. Lee,
Defendant.
To
Mattie J. Lee,
the above
named defendant:
In the name o f the State o f Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you.
in the above entitled cause, on or be­
fore the 3rd day o f August 1912, and if
you fail so to appear, for want thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to the court for
the relief prayed for in his complaint
herein, to wit:
For a decree o f this court dissolving
the marriage contract now and here­
tofore existing between plaintiff and
defendant, and for such other and fur­
ther relief as to the court may seem
equitable herein.
This summons is served upon you by
publication in the Forest Grove Press,
Dy order o f Hon. J. U. Campbell,
Judge o f the Fifth Judicial District, of
Oregon, made and entered in open
court, at Hillsboro, Oregon, on June
17, 1912, which order prescribes the
publication of said summons for six
successive weeks, the first publication
thereof to be on June 20, 1912.
B enton B o w m a n ,
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Attorney for Plaintiff.
First Publication, July 11th, 1912.
Portland Marble Works
Established In 18»
Carries the
largest
stock of
Memorials.
264-*6, 4th Si.. Portland. On.
NOTICE OF FINAL
MENT.
SETTLE-
riven that W. M.
Notice is hereby give
Easly has filed with
ith the County Court
o f the State o f Oregon fo - Washington
County, his final report in the matter
o f the estate o f Nicholas A. Easly, de­
ceased, and the County Court has set
Saturday August 10th, 1912, at 2
o ’ clock p. m. o f said day as the time
for final hearing o f aaid report and
cloaing o f said eatate, therefore all
persona interested therein will appear
at that time and file objectiona if such
there be.
W. M. Easly
Administrator o f the estate of
Nicholas A. Eisly, Deceased.
Manchc Irene Langley. Attorney.
Thursday, July 18th,
I will offer to the public, the best bargains
ever given in the city. Special bargains on
Thursday’s Opening. Early buyers will
have choice o f entire stock.
Why send to Mail Order Houses when you can buy goods cheaper at this store?
First Publication Jnly 11th, 1912.
SUMMONS.
In the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Washington
County.
Ruel N. Baker,
Plaintiff,
vs.
William Ira Tallman,
Corlia C. Tallman, his wife,
Alfred Tallman,
Minnie Tallman, his wife,
Stephen Tallman,
Jane Doe Tallman, his wife,
James Tallman,
Sarah Jane Tallman, his wife,
Thomas Tallman,
Millie Tallman, his wife,
Frederick Tallman,
Nancy Tallman, his wife,
Sidney Tallman,
Jane Doe Tallman, his .wife,
James Moore,
Jane Doe Moore, his wife; and
John Doe Cratt;
also all other persons or parties un­
known claiming any right, title, estate I
lien or interest in the real estate de- j
scribed in the complaint herein,
Defendants. |
To William Ira Tallman, Corlia C. j
Tallman, his wife, Alfred Tallman,
Minnie Tallman, his wife, Stephen
Tallman, Jane
Doe Tallman,
his |
wife, James Tallman, Sarah Jane Tail-
man his wife, Sidney Tallman, Janei
Doe Tallman, his wife, James Moore,
Jane Doe Moore, his wife, and John !
Doe Cratt: also all other persons or I
parties unknown claiming any right, title J
estate, lien or interest in the real estate I
described in the complaint herein, (ex- J
cepting the claims o f J. F. Schoch, I
James W. Seavey and Frank S. John- j
son), Defendants.
In the name o f the State o f Oregon: j
You and each o f you are hereby re­
quired to appear in the above-entitled
Conrt, and answer the complaint filled i
against you in the above-entitled case
on or before the 24th day o f August, !
1912, said date being after the expira­
tion o f six weeks from the date o f the
first publication o f this summons, the 1
first publication thereof being Thurs- j
day, the 11th day o f July, and the date :
o f the last publication thereof being 1
Thursday, August 22nd, 1912; and set
up by way o f answer any claim
ou may have in or to the real property
ereinafter described; and you and
each o f you, will take notice that if
you fail so to appear and answer said
complaint, for want thereof the plaint­
iff will apply to the Court for the re­
lief prayed for in his complaint;—to-
wit, for a decree adjudging plaintiff
to be the owner in fee simple, and in
actual possession o f all the following
described real property situated in
Washington County, Oregon,! to-wit:
The Northeast quarter (N E '4) of
Section Four (4), in Township One
(I), North of Range (4), East o f the
Willamette Meridian, containing One
Hundred and Sixty-Four (164) acres
o f land more or less.
That, you, and each o f you, be for­
ever barred and precluded from claim­
ing or attempting to claim, asserting
or attempting to assert any interest,
in, or right or title to, said premises,
or any part thereof adverse to the title
o f the plaintiff herein, and that the
title o f the plaintiff in and to said real
droperty be forever quieted as against
your claims o f interest, right, title, !
and lien therein and thereto.
This summons is served upon you by
publication thereof in the the F orest1
Grove Press pursuant to an order of
the
Honorable R. O. Stevenson,
County Judge o f Washingtor. County
n,
m ad e—
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■ 9th day
* lu ‘
regon. made
and *-*-»—
dated * on
the
f July, 1912. which said order re­
quires that you appear and answer said
complaint on or before the 24th day of
August, 1912.
Lotus L. Langley,
Mane he 1. Langley,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Ready for business
New Lumber Company
All kinds of Building Ma­
terials, Kiln Dried Finish,
Dry Shiplap in any quan­
tity.
Sash and Doors
Call and get prices. W e
are here for business and
want to make your ac-
quaitance.
Willis-PIace Lumber Co.
Phone 01X
South A Street
Forest Grove, Or.
Report of the Condition of
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
FOREST GROVE, OREGON
A CO M PA R A TIVE STATEM ENT
The following comparative statement o f the deposits and
resources o f the FIRST NATIONAL BANK o f Forest Grove, Ore.,
under its present management speaks volumes:
DEPOSITS
Nov.
May
Nov.
May
Nov.
May
2.
2,
2,
2,
2,
2,
1 9 0 9 , $ 9 2 ,3 1 8 .9 6 .
1 9 1 0 , 1 3 2 ,1 3 8 .9 8 .
1 9 1 0 , 1 3 3 .1 8 4 .6 4 .
1 9 1 1 , 1 4 8 ,8 7 7 .8 1 .
1 9 1 1 , 1 5 3 ,4 3 0 ,9 1 .
1 9 1 2 , 2 0 1 ,0 7 9 ,1 6 .
Resources May 2, 1909
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2, 1912
$ 1 7 7 ,3 4 8 .1 0
$ 3 1 5 ,2 6 1 .5 6
40 Per Cent Cash Reserve
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South Park Grocei
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ALL N E W GOODS. PRICES R IG H T .* .,
FREE DELIVERY TO ALL PARTS
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J. F. LEISE, Prop’»