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    FOREST GROVE PRESS
THURTDAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1913.
PAGE 5
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
JOHN DODGE, PROP. OF
SUNRISE GROCERY
Mary M. Marsh and hus to E
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(Continued from P age One)
ST R E ET IM PROVEMENT FUND.
R Wirtz pt of It 3 blk 5 Forest
Grove $100.
John Conzelmann and wife to
G A Lehman, It 14, plat No 2.
Conzelmann Bros. Acres. Also
w 30 acres of sw J of sw £ sec 24
2 s 2 $3000.
D L Brace and wife to F W
Beard Its 6 7 blk 1 K ingston $500
E M King and hus to T W
Thompson s£ of Its 1 and 2 blk 1,
South Park add to Forest Grove
THIS ILLUSTRATION
Dealer In
Invites Your Attention
G roceries, D ry Goods, F ruits and Nuts
We have our own delivery and (
will deliver outside city limits
where amount of purchase justi­
fies. — Ind. Phone 871.
You know as well as any one
when you need something to reg-j
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ulate your system. If your bow- j
Victor Callier to L Rufer 5 a in els are sluggish, food distresses
Mr. Chas. Quine is out from )
you, your kidneys pain, take
T o t a l .................................... $
189 32 sec 28 1 n 3 $1500
Portland visiting friends and rel­
G eneral fu n d ..............................
798 42
Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea.
atives.
J
K
Haines
R
K
Simpson
E
£
Mrs. E tta D u rh a m ................. .
5 00 I
Always relieves. Be well tomor-;
of
It
5,
2
and
6
blk
2
Fairview
12 50 I
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hisler R P. W irtz, T re a s u re r..........
row by taking it tonight.
add.
to
Hbo
$1
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plans,
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10
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spent Saturday and Sunday in K ilham S ta t. & P rin t. Co......
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Portland visiting Mrs. Hisler’s R. P. W irtz, p o sta g e..............
5 65'
THE BOOK STORE
Hodgden and w f 101x48 ft in E
folks.
£
of
It
8
blk
7
Fairview
add
to
T o ta l.................................... $ 1,114 61
Mr. Geo. Beal has made some
Hbo.
is receiving new goods every day
improvements on his house by Council m eets in special seesion T ues­
G
A
Larson
and
wf
to
C
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for the fall trade. Have already
day
n
e
x
t
adding a porch and a few more
Jesse 159189 a in SBledsoe die 2 in a large display of new books
windows which greatly improve
n 3 $10
its appearance.
by the most popular authors.
Two Men Killed; Duel Indicated.
G G McCormic and wf to N Also a fine line of box stationary
P
rin
ev
ille.—E
v
idently
th
e
victim
s
Mr. Cummins is harvesting his
of a rifle duel betw een them selves, M Lucas Its 3 and 4 blk 2 Stew­ and pound paper. Call and see
potatoes between showers.
the bodies of Felix Jo n es and Roscoe a rt McCormic Acres.
Mr. Sundermier returned last Brown w ere found a t a rem o te spot
G R Hoyt and hus to C R Mor­ us. H. R. Bernard Proprietor
week from his trip south, also on Grizzly m ountain, n e a r th e saw m ill gan 80x26 rds in sec 30 4 n 1 $1
from a visit to his daughter, Mrs. of J. W. Jones, fa th e r of B row n’s wife.
The talk of the city. Almost
S 1 Morand et al to G R Hoyt
Lewis, who lives in Cadwell, T h e opinion is gen eral th a t th e fata l Its 5 and 6 in Lambert Sargents three thousand up-to-date Ladies’
Idaho,
and Gents’ Shoes just received at
fig h t w as due to B row n’s jealousy for unrecorded plat $1
Mr. Wade is in Portland on his wife.
Grace R Hoyt to S E Morgan The Peoples Store Hillsboro. 35tf
T he bodies w ere lying 36 fe e t ap art. 19 a in sec 30 4 n 1 $1
business for a few days.
Jo n es had been shot thro u g h th e back,
When in need of some more
D A Pattullo and wf to E G
The school children ofDethlfs hile Brown had been shot th ro u g h
»ffice stationary call on the
Hardman It 16 Edgewood $10
are enjoying a few days vacation w
e ch est. E ach still clasped h is rifle
PRESS job department. Envel­
while the teachers’ institute is in th
D M Hall to E Griswold It 3 opes,
in h is han d s w hen found, in d icatin g
cards, letterheads, circular
session.
alm o st in s ta n t d e a th in th e ca se of blk 1 Baileys’ add to F G. $10
letters, bill heads etc.
C E Hall to E Griswold lot 4
Miss Ella Sundermier is work­ each.
and 5 blk 2 Bump’s ;add to F G
ing in Forest Grove.
•Ajauoij
JUT
$400
Breeding For Mutton.
P en d leto n .— S heepm en of U m atilla
F A Moore and wf to H D -AiasjjuBqx Joj japp a[dclB qsau^
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES.
county a re in th e m idst of th e ir b reed ­ Layman
and C E Hall 74.58
ing season an d re p o rts from th e ir a in sec 13 and 14 1 n 4 $7600
Kidney trouble is particularly
C. J. Birdsell, plaintiff, vs. cam ps ind icate th a t m any a re ch an g ­
J M Mills and wf to C B Hen­ to be dreaded because its pres­
David O’Donnell, etal. action for ing from the fine wool b reed s to th e sley and wf s £ of se J of ne 1 ence
is not usually disovered un­
money, $600.00 and interest, at­ co a rse r, and th a t a num ber a re also sec 19 2 n 4 $800
til it has assumed one of its
torney’s fees asked in addition b reed in g for early o r w in te r lam bs.
C C Rhodes and wf et al to J worst forms—diebetes, drobsy,
to costs.
T h e re seem s to be a grow ing ten d en cy
or Bright’s disease. If you
L Sagert, plaintiff, vs. Harry am ong local flo ck m asters to pay m ore F Draper It 7 blk 17 Hbo. $10
suspect that your kidneys are
J
E
Bailey
and
wf
to
J
A
Kuehne, action for money $122.60 a tte n tio n to th e grow ing of m utton,
affected, by all means use Hollis­
note, etc.
th e ir reason being th e high prices of Thornburg £ intin 24 a adjoining
r’s Rocky Mountain Tea—the
Pacific Northwest Adjustment m eat, and th e change w hich th e tariff Abo Surburban home tracts on te
great
systemic cleaner and reg­
the
north
$10
Company, plaintiff, vs. Anton J. h as m ade in th e wool m ark et.
Pautmeier, et us. action for
Ruth Realty Co to F J Stevens ulator.—Vankoughnet & Reder
money.
Its 9 and 10 blk 36 North Plains
F. L. Gore, plaintiff, vs. Paul T A X A B L E P R O P E R T Y J U M P S $700
Stassen, action for money, $500 County Boards Place Oregon Valua­
A C Alexander to H Fowler It
W. F. HARTRAMPF
tions a t $813,268,527 for 1913.
and costs.
13 Alexander acres $10
Salem
.—T
h
e
to
ta
l
value
of
tax
ab
le
Bessie Avaina, plaintiff, vs.
J E Reeves to C G Rhodes w £
Joseph Avaina, defendant, suit p ro p e rty as equalized by th e county of It 7 blk 17 Hbo $52959.
Feed Mill will run every
for divorce; were married Octo­ bo ard s of equalization in Oregon, not
J
H
Ellerson
and
1
wf
to
T
day in the week.
ber 17, 1913, in Portland. No including th e p ro p erty of public se rv ­
children and no property rights. ice c o rp o ratio n s w hich will be a sse ss­ Smith and AAdkins lts234EUer-
Charge is inhuman treatment ed by th e s ta te ta x com m ission for sons acre tracts $4500
Wholesale and Retail
O W Olson and wf to B Adams
1913 is $835,268,527, according to an
and also other recitations.
Its 9 10 11 and 12 blk 13 Pine-
P. Colfelt, plaintiff, vs. D. B. an n o u n cem en t of th e com m ission.
Bran,Shorts, Rolled Oats, Ground )>
T h e in crease over 1912 is $42,173,- land Terrace $10
Reasoner, et al. injunction suit
346.
M essrs. E ato n and G tllow ay,
pertaining to recent election.
Spring Hill Land Co to P J Oats, Ground Wheat, Cracked 0
W. V. Wiley, plaintiff, vs. D. s ta te tax com m issioners, said th e levy Sewell et al tracts 46 47 w £ of Wheat, Cracked Corn, Whole
Reasoner, injunction pertaining w hich would be m ade D ecem ber 1 17 e £ of 5o s£ of s £ of 54 west Wheat and Corn, Middlings and
would be a b o u t 5 m ills, a larg e in­ £ of tracts 21 all of 52 42 n £ of
to recent elections.
several kinds of Hard Wheat
M. J. Butler, plaintiff, vs. Char­ c re a se being n ecessary to m e e t th e 54 and w £ of e £ and e £ of w £ Flour, Sack Twine Jand Sacks,
a
p
p
ro
p
riatio
n
s
and
o
th
e
r
expenses
of
of tract 31 of and in Spring Hill
lotte Butler, divorce proceeding.
Hay and Vetch.Seed.
Farm $10.
No children of this issue and th e la st session of th e leg islatu re. .
were married April 30. 1912.
Oregon Nursery Co to E Motz
Give us a call when in need.
Lane Will Have Expert.
Main charge is desertion.
lot 6 Orenco acres.
E ugene.—As a re su lt of th e m e e t­
Harry J. Parkison, plaintiff, vs.
Hbo Amusement Association
Oliv® M. Parkison; married in ing of a d elegation of p rom inent to A C Shute Crescent theatre nd Phone 50x
F o re s t Grove, Ore
Nevada, October 8, 1902. No g ra n g e rs of L ane county w ith th e property Hbo $4,100
co
m
m
issio
n
ers’
court,
th
e
c
o
u
rt
has
children. Charge is among many
C E Kennedy and wf to Leo
allegations that of inhuman treat­ decided to a p p ro p ria te $2000 for the
Katzky
10 a in die of J Cham­
p
u
rpose
of
em
ploying
an
a
g
ric
u
ltu
ra
l
ment and cruelty.
H. M. Terry, plaintiff, vs. e x p e rt for L ane county, th e s ta te to bers and wf 1 n 2 $100.
C E Kennedy and wf to Otto
Clackamas county. Mr. Terry give a sim ila r sum , according to th e
K atskylO ain die of J Cham­
was injured while riding in his law passed by th e la s t leg islatu re.
bers and wf 1 n 2 $100
machine on this certain road and
Fairs Get Support.
his injury, so he claims, was
Ruth Realty Co to Georgia H
Salem .—N. C. M aris, field w o rk er
caused by the condition of said
Nicholslot
7 and 8 blk 7 North
road and asks salve and attor­ for in d u stria l fairs, has re tu rn e d from Plains $625.
ney’s fees, etc., in the sum of G ra n t county, w here h e v isited 22
H T Hill and wf to United
schools in th e in te re s t of th e fairs.
$524.10.
M. Rumsley Co., plaintiff, vs. Mr. M aris say s te a c h e rs and pupils Railway Co strip of land in sec 4
Thilip Kelsch, being action for a re tak in g th e liv eliest in te re st in the 1 n 3 w 3.5 a more or less $157
E C Goodard et al to Fred W
money in or near $835.17 at 7 fairs and th a t a new record will be
Krueger 38.10 a in 1 s 2 $2856.50
per cent and $75 attorney’s fees. estab lish ed n ex t year.
H T Hill and wf to Alexander
Greenhorn Ore Strike Reported.
E. L. Taylor and family of
Schlup lot 1 Hills acres $247
G reenhorn.—K elly & L arson, pion
Develin, Montana arrived in the
H T Hill and wf to A Schlup
Grove Saturday and will make e e r p ro sp ecto rs of th e G reenhorn d is­ lot 1, Hills acres. $247
an extended visit with Jrelatives tric t, have uncovered a q u artz deposit
T II Hall and wf to II W Scott
of unknow n e x te n t show ing free gold
here.
v alu es re p o rted to ru n betw een $4000 right to use of certain Springs in
Mrs. Harry Hall and daugnter and $7000 a ton.
sec 12 1, s 5 $1
of Banks are visiting with Mrs.
N B LaCourse and wf to Iva
T R A IN M E N G E T M O R E PAY
R. F. Emmerson this week.
Moore pt of blk 1 Walker’s add
Mrs. L.C. Misz and son Donald 100,000 Men to S hare $6,000,000 In­ to Forest Grove $10.
C S Green et al to M I Morse
crease in Wages.
returned Monday from a four_
New Y ork.—T h e long-lived co n tro ­ 3o a in in sec 25 2 s 1 $1
days viiit wkh friends at Port
R F Hind and wf to Ella R.
v e rsy b etw een ra ilro a d s of th e e a st
land and Canby.
and th e ir con du cto rs and tra in m e n Parrish 4 a in sec 12 2 s 1 $1200
Tr.
P K f .T S
W T Moran to C Mason lot
o v e r th e la tte r ’s dem ands for m ore
blk 10 Pattison & Morans add to
pay h as ended.
P o rtla n d .
T h e em ployes a re g ran ted a n in­ Hbo $25
W h eat—Club, 80c; blu estem , 90c;
G A McFarland and wf to E
c re a s e of w ages av erag in g 7 p e r cent,
re d R ussian, 78c.
a n d to talin g $6,000,000, about h alf of W Ruder 4 a in sec 3 2 s 1 $10
H ay—T im othy, $15; alfalfa, $13.
E W Reder to S Herns 4 a in
w h a t th ey asked.
B u tte r—C ream ery, 34c.
O ne h u n d red th o u san d m en will sec 3 2 s 1 $10
E g g s—C andled, 45c.
Z Morelock et al to Orenco in­
sh a re in th e increase.
T h u s ends by a rb itra tio n u n d e r th e ] vestment Co 2951 acres in sec 22
Seattle.
W h e a t— B luestem , 90c; club, 80c; N ew lands a m en d m en t to th e E rd m an 1 s 1 $10.
a c t a c o n tro v ersy th a t th re a te n e d at
W. P. Gardner and wf to W F
red R ussian, 78c.
H ay—T im othy, $17 p er to n ; alfalfa, one tim e to tie up by s trik e th e tra n s ­ Young It 7 blk 1 Epler’s add to
p o rta tio n fa c ilitie s of all s ta te s e a st Sherwood $1
$13 p er ton.
H E Noble and wf to Chas. W j
o f th e M ississippi riv e r and n o rth of
E ggs— 64c.
Kachel It 15 blk 2 Kingston. $200 (
th e Ohio.
B u tte r—C ream ery, 31c.
GASTON
F. G. P r e ss , p rin tin g .............$
N ew s-Tim es, p rin tin g ...........
A. A. K irkwood, e n g in e e r.....
41 70
38 40
109 22 $500
H art, Schaffner & Marx Clothes, Expertly Made, Moderatly
Priced, selling a t ...............................................................
J.
Capps & Sons Guaranteed 100 per cent Wool, M ade to
sell from ...................................................... $10.00 to
$23.75
$15.00
Pants Sale from $1.25 up, All Bargains
| A. G. H O F F M A N
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FERN COVE
CONFECTIONERY
The Home of Pure Made Candies
You are invited to inspect our
Modern and Sanitary Kitchen
HA R VE BA LD WIN, Proprietor
Agent for Daily and Sunday Oregonian
> C <
S ix th
N a tio n a l A p p le
Nov. 17th to 23rd
A
«J
Show
At Spokane
Ten Thousand Dollar
CHAMPIONSHIP PRIZES
Winning Exhibits
Will Tour the United States
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP R ATE
Tickets Sold Daily November 16 to 21,
from Forest Grove; return limit, Nov. 25
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I9 November 18th throughout
Pacific Northwest States. Join
in General Observance of Day. Ask our agent for “55 Ways
to Serve the Apple, ” free. Send your folks a box of Oregon
Apples for Thanksgiving. Promote use of and Publicity for
Oregon Grown Apples.
L /< X y
J. E. FARMER, A gent,
Forest Grove, O re.
R. H. CROZIER, A tti. Gen. Pas». Agt.,
P ortland, O regon.
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H.
B.
GLAISYER,
C.
E.
Deputy County Surveyor
All Kinds of Surveying and Mapping, Subdivisions a Specialty
Office over A. G. H offm an & Co.
F O R E ST G RO V E
Phone 806.
R es. Phone 46X.
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