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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 , 1913.
FOREST GROVE PRESS
J. G. Morris, Defendant.
County Court Allow* Claim*
J. L. Crow
J* ; To J. G. Morris defendant:
:J [ In the name of the state of Oregon: Claims allowed for the month Climax Milling Co.
L You are hereby required to appear and
answ er the complaint filed against you of August, 1913:
tendent poor farm
in the above entitled suit, on or before Washington Co. News-
in th e Ju stice C ourt for F orest G rove the expiration of six weeks from and
D istrict, W ashington C ounty, O regon after the date of fiirst publication of
Times, current exp. $ 10 00 bridges
this summons, to w t: the 23rd day of Beall & Co., R. and H.
I October, 1913, and if you fail to an
J . H. Velie, Plaintiff, j
swer, for w ant thereof the plaintiff will J. J. Case, R. and H.
„ . vs.
; S ummons
W. D. Smith, J. P., jus
apply to the court for the relief prayed Washington Oregon Corp.,
N. B. Hall and Charles ;
for in the complaint towit- for the dis
E. Hall, defendants, j
To Charles E. Hall, one of the above solution of the m arriage contract now Court House expenses 38 85
existing between plaintiff and defend H. D. Smeltzer,* Court
named defendants, G reeting:
In the name of the S tate of Oregon, an t; and th a t she be decreed to be the
2 00 ;
your are hereby required to appear and owner of the home in Forest Grove,
State vs. John Doe Burt—
answ er the complaint filed against you an<* th at s^e be decreed and have judg- Irwin-Hodson Co., current
in the above entitled action, on or be- m ent covering the equity in the real
1 00 W.D.Smith, justice fees 4 70
fore the 25th day of Septem ber, A. D., ' e8tat« in the city of Portland, Oregon. expenses
Wm. McQuillan, consta
1913, said date being six weeks after T hat she be awarded such other and H. D. Emmott, County
the first publication of this Summons. further relief as may seem equity in Poor Farm
If you fad to appear and answer, the
plaintiff will apply to the Coprt for the
Patrick Cronen, relief
relief prayed for in the complaint filed of the Hon.D. R. Reasoner Judge of the Carl Skow, relief
1 5 O 0 W.D.Smith, justice fees
herein, which is for a judgem ent in the
sum of sixty-five and no-100 (*65.00)
J. W. Vandervelden, R.
Dollars, attorneys' fee in the sum of 8th day of Septem ber, 1913.
62 00! hie Tees
twenty-five and no-100 ($25.00) Dollars,
together w ith interest provided for in summons is Septem ber 11th, 1913, and Fred Rood, relief
the instrum ent sued upon, and for his the last date of publication of this
2 50 i W.D.Smith, justice fees 26 90
summons the 23rd day of October, 1913, •J. R. Watkins, relief
costs and disbursem ents herein.
You Will please take notice that this
A ttorney for Plaintiff. Delta Drug Store
summons is served upon you personally
Hillsboro Lumber Co.
8 00 j Jury fees—
wi h a certified copy of the complaint,
pursuant to the term s of an order in
W. W. Boscow. relief
5 50 j L. McCormick
the above entitled action, made by the
John A.Johnson,R.and H. 28 25 E.
above named Court, by the Honorable
W . J. K. Beach, Justice of the Peac •
F. C. Toelle, R. and H. 13 50 Peter Boscow
for Forest Grove Distrist, W ashington
E. D. Hite, bridges
7 00 Jack Roy
County, Oregon, on ihe 14th day of
August, A. D., 1913, requiring that
0. Barnstrom, R. and H. 4 10 Andrew Jack
publication be made at least once a
Feed Mill will run every
Beall & Co., R. and H.
63 50 T. M. Kerr
week for six consecutive weeks, in the
day in the week.
Forest Grove Press and requiring that
AIcFarlane Bros., bridges 104 66 i Witness fees —
the first publication be made on the
Lovegren Lumber Co., R.
i lth day of August, A. D.. 1913, and
W h o le s a le a n d R e ta il
the last publication on the 25th day of
11 08 Frank
Septem ber, A. D. 1913.
W. J. R. B kach ,
Dr. S. M. Reagan
Justice of the Pence for Forest Grove, Bran,Shorts, Rolled Oats, Ground Judge, salary and ex
Justice of tile Peace and Con table, Oats, Ground Wheat, Cracked penses
1C9 15 Dr. F. A. Bailey
D istrict W ashington County, Oregon. Wheat, Cracked Corn, Whole
Hillsboro Independe n t,
B kadley A. E w ehs ,
A ttorney to
for r plairit’tt.
»* llcc*e and Corn, Middlings and j current expenses
19 45 Dan Stewart
Suite 517 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 1 ^ e '’e ra l kinds of Hard Wheat
14 40 Dr. J. C. Robb
r lour, Sack Twine and Sacks,
r WOMEN “ I
W. F. HARTRAMPF
From any kind of W o
men’s Ailments should
Blake McFall Co., current
Dr. J. P. Tamiesie
14 75 L.
W e . Tupper, salary and
Charles L. Lousignont, Plaintiff
61 00 Dr. R. M. Erwin
Em m a F. Lousignont, D efendant
Forest Grove, Oie E. L. Perkins, Recorder,
irei Phone 50x
To Emma F. Lousignont D efendant
salary and expenses 240 30 witness fees were allowed in and
In the name of the state of Oreg< n:
You are hereby required to appear ai d
E. C. Luce, Co. Clerk,
answ er the complaint filed against vi u
salary and expenses 326 00 State vs. John Doe and
in the above entitled suit, on or befo e
the expiration of six weeks from and Foresi Grove
B. Sappington, County
a fte r the uaie ot tne first publication of
Treasurer, salary and
this summons, to-w it: the 16th day of
October, 1913, and if you fail to answ er
for w ant thereof the plaintiff will ap-
John Ryberg. Co. Com. 88 00 Jurois
I ly to the court for the relief prayed
fo • in the complaint to-w it: for the uis-
C. A. Hanley, Co. Com. 81 90 State vs. Ross Coffey -
olution of the m arriage contract now
C. W. Burtt, services at
ex isting i etween plaintiff and defend
ant. and for such other relief as may
seem m eet ar.tl equity in the premises,
Ella Becben, copyist,
<n the grom d s of cruel and inhuman
treatm en t rendering his life burden
Max Crandall, Assessor 100 00 Fred
This summons is published by the or
d er of the Hon. I). B. Reasoner, Judge
of the County Court for W ashington j
J. C. Applegate, Deputy
County, Oregon, and said order being
m ade on the 2d day of Septem ber, 1913.
100 00 Ed. Doan
I he date of the first publication of
•J, C. Applegate, board of
this summons is Septem ber 4th, 1913,
and the last day of the publication ot
128 75 Henry Foegl
this summons is the 16th day of Octo
J. E. Reeves, expenses,
MERTZ & LATTA
141 95 County Court witnesses—
J. N. Hoffman
A ttorney for the pia intiff
Bess Archbold, work in g 0 ,, H.
In th e C ircuit C ou rt of the S tate of O re
Nellie Wood, copyist in
gon for W ash in gton Cour.ty.
12 00 Circuit Court jury—
Sadie IL Morris, Plaintiff
j B. S. Frewing
B. A. Barnes, County
School Superintendent 137 54 l G. E. Westinghouse
Mattie Wilson, Assessor’s 75 00 Hillsboro Furniture Co.,
R. and H., poor farm 15 30
3. N. Pool, Assessor's
C. Atwell, County
78 00 Fruit
We have the best equipped
38 00 expenses
outfit in the county.
E. A. DIXON
H. It. Emmott, Court
Chas. E. Lytle, Assessor’s
6 00 Crescent
Phone 876 Forest Grove, Ore. £ & - Brick, Stone and Concrete Work. R. office,
and H .-
Let us figure on your work.
! Court House, expenses 7 00
Beall & Co.
15 30 August Tews, Co. Court 18 00
7 80 1 Wilkes Auto and Garage
55> Co., County Court
U. G. Gardner
po Hammond Mfg. Co., It.
Fairbanks, Morse & Co.
J. S. Lorsung
Buffalo Steam Roller Co. 9 38 j Beall & Co.. R. and H. 126
28 00 I United Shop, R. and H. 6 25
L. M. Buell
to p’ an for that College Course.
Hilisboro Transfer Co. 12 00 L M. Hiatt, It. a id H. 99 60 .
55 8 '» I- W- Livingston, Insti-
„ , a lute work
Tnere is considerable diSCUSsiotl Clboilt Ed llCdt lOIlh ut
J. G. Klineman
a ’ Mrs. Minerva Brown In
1 1 10
Tualatin Mill Co.
thife s no doubt that a fo o d ■ enera’ college course taken right
J. T. rletchQr
6 CO Hillsboro Telephone Co.,
is in the long run th ’ L Tactical thing •-u Education.
,T. A. Imbrie
4 70 current
C. Lamkin, Cour t
21 80 C. House,
A school well equipped to c’o f.rst class general college
Robert M. Imbrie
2 00 Hdlsboro expenses
68 54 Court House, Jail, Poor
Farm, It. and H.
2 ( hi
E. O. Harper
67 80 R- a»'<l H. —
C. G. Reiter
22 80 George McGee
R. O. Stevenson
Forest Grove, Ore.
Will It. Hughes
3 00 Jonas Moline
3 00 C. C. Nelson
This school begins its 60th year of successful work in such
23 35 F. L. Brown
R. G. Reiter
general college lines September 1 7 th, 19 i 3.
3 00 S. Beall
J. L. Barngrover
R ecord and equipment good. Com e and help us help y ou.
Li:ward C. Luce, elections 10 (»2 News-Times, current ex
W. II. Adkins, elections 20 00 penses
Com e in and talk the matter over or address for Catalogue
Insane, Jane Doe
16 50 I)r- F. A. Bailey
J. W. Johnson
and further information
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1 00 Dr. F. A. Bailey
Morton & Freeman
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The Forest Grove Planing Mill Inc.,
General Contractors, deal in lumber, shingles, lath
cement, lime, sand and plaster; building and roofing
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