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McWhite vs. Ed. M. Chandler.
iJItr Jflnrrst (Srmtp lExprpaa Judgment
for sum of $68.17 with
interest from the fifteeth duy of
, April, 1916.
E. J. M c A l e a r vs. Ray D.
E n tered as second-class m a tte r Ja n . 12, 1916, a t th e postofti
Oregon, under the Act « March 3, 1879
Morse, et al. Mortgage foreclos
ure on real property upon which
T H U R S D A Y . MAY 25. 1916
is due the sum of $2000 with in
at 8 per cent from July,
N O T E S
A N D
C O M M E N T S
Jennie Long vs. J a s p e r E.
Hillsboro was more loyal to its RUSHING TO
Plaintiff is asking for an
candidates than Forest Grove.
In one case out of every four, injunction restraining the defend
T h e v o t e r s of Washington
ant from selling certain real prop
in divorce actions in Massachu
county are evidently rather fond
erty. Plaintiff alleging that judg
setts last year, the plaintiff blamed
R e cip ro city is th e life of tra d e . D rop in and spend
a hasty decision to marry as the ment obtained by Sheridan bank
The Rose Show comes next, cause of all the trouble.
a d o lla r w ith y o u r neighboring shopkeepers.
then the county fair and after
In only one case out of every,
. . .
It K E E P S T H E M ONEY IN TO W N . M oney
that the fall election.
nine heard in the divorce court .i upon the * property
1 J involved,
sp en t in tow n helps th e tow n. R E A D T H E
was intemperance included in the
. , ■ ro"a t* Court
T h e Great American V o t e r charges
HOM E PAPER.
*n l "e estate °f
squared up a few grudges and a ' From this we (rather that ilrunk- £ ' J" " " 1"'™- A pettttal has !>«•"
lot of imaginary ones last Friday. en husbands art1 goingoutof style.
Lby her “ »• » • ' .
h'ntself as some fairly good scores. There
Card of Thanks
Some of the boys who thought
will be another shoot next Sunday,
The undersigned desire to make
they stood pretty high with the a law that will tend to check
value of which is about $5000.
acknowledgment of th« ir
the Oregon Voting Kings got a
In the e s t a t e of Catherine
The greatest moral picture ever appreciation of the many courte-
marry on the day the license is Loughy. a petition has been filed exhibited, “ Damaged G o o d s , ” sics and kindnesses shown them
for the appointment of Annie
Considering that he had notified issued. This is a good law.
shown next Tuesday and Wednes- and their mother, Mrs. Hannah
the secretary of state that he was
How many marriage pacts are Mabel Johnson as administrator. day at the Star. Admission 10c J. Laughlin, by friends and neigh
not a candidate for president. made in a casual way we do not The value of the estate is said to and 15c. NTo children under 11 hors during the latter« illness and
Judge Hughes certainly ran well know; but we do know that many be about $600.
unless accompanied by parents after h e r d e a t h . M a y these
M arriag e License»
a woman has tied herself to a hus
friends never lack kindly minis
Daniel V. Herrick and Theodoro Matinee Tuesd -y at 2:30.
band whom she wouldn’t consider M. Kruige.
Mrs. B. F. White, Mrs. John tration in their hours of sorrow.
Senator Hollis made a nice run,
seriously if she gave the matter #Fred C. Miller and Bertha Og Bailey and .Mrs Seymour went to
Mrs. Nora Fairchild,
considering t h e m u d through
calm and temperate thought.
Mrs. !x>tn Mocking.
Portland Tuesday afternoon to a t
which he had to wade. His op
And we know many a man who
tend the P. E. 0. convention held
ponent was not so handicapped
Hancock & Wiles carry Life,
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
has had a sudden ru h of love to
there Tuesday, Wednesday and Accident & Fire Insurance.
by Mr. Hollis and his friends.
the head—really a terribly com Job printing—phone 821.
Thursday of this week Mrs Lit-
SUM M ONS
There is some consolation in mon malady—and has hurried
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000 tler, Mrs. Olmsted, Mrs. Clark, In Ju s tic e C ourt for F o rest G rove
having George Hancock defeated
Mrs. McKenzie, Mr». Goff, Mrs. Ju stic e o f the P ear« and CoiiMtahle
to loan on farms.
—he will continue to reside in ing parson or an ever ready justice
Money to loan Valley Realty Scott and Miss Miltimore attend D istrict, W ashington County, O regon.
Forest Grove, where we can see of the peace.
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf ed the Wednesday and Thursday W. F. lia r tr a m p f , i ’lairititf i
The starry-eyed one murmurs
v«. - .
his cheerful countenance and hear
The Express prints butter wrap meetings.
K. D. Rounds, D efen d an t I
“yes” while she takes a swift sur pers with non-poisonous ink.
his pleasant voice daily.
Mr. and Mrs. M. S Allen and To E. D. Rounds, D efendant:
vey of her beloved’s wallet from
IN T H E N A M E O F T H E S T A T E O F
Highest price paid for Mohair daughter, Martha, and Miss Eil O REG
With both the c o u n t y seat which he extracts the marriage
O N . You arc hereby required to
and Wool. A. G. Hoffman & Co. een Johnson motored to Mon H|i|s-iir tiefore th e undersigned, W. J .
papers fighting him, Editor Ferns- fee.
R. Beach, a Ju stic e o f th e P eace in
We will insure your auto against mouth and hack last Sunday to and for the D istrict, C ounty and S ta te
worth of the Banks Herald made
And the happy bridegroom, en-
resaid and an»w er th e com plaint of
a hard run for the legislature, joying what the novelists call the fire, theft and collision. Hancock visit Miss Gertrude Allen, who is afo
plaintiff on or befo re nix w eeks from
coming within 53 votes of landing supreme moment, stutters ‘yes
and a f te r the d a te o f the first publica-
tion of this sum m on«; the d a te o f the
and the game is on.
publication o f th is sum m ons being
ter. Beth, visited friends in Port- made the run to Monmouth in firat
Maj 26, IM6.
The big vote given Jess Apple- . ^ !S carriage business is a ser- 1 md Saturday.
three hours, had a picnic dinner I f you fail to an sw er or apjx-ar, for
gate for sheriff would indicate *ous a^ a’r*
friends and w an t th e re o f the plaintiff will ta k e
But you’d never realize it if you .
have Arsenate of Lead in
. . grove,
ju d g m en t Hgnin»t you for the sum o f
that he has some mighty good
#106.70, to g e th e r w ith in te re s t thereon
friends—and lots of them. And
from M«y Sd, 1916, at tin- rnt<- of k
H i s O p p o s it e .
j>er cent to d a te and for $25.00 u tto r-
the small vote given Mr. Mann orce suits and learded how easy it
“They »ay people w ith uppisitte char- I ney fee» on hi» first cause o f action,
indicates that the taxpayers do
act Crist lea m ake the happiest m ar and ju d g m en t a g a in st you in the sum
Many a man and woman has Stewart. K of P. block.
o f $4«.00 and in te re s t thereon a t 6 jier
not want their sheriff to pay his
decided it thus:
“ Yea; th a t’» w hy i ’ni looking fo r a cent from O ctober 1st, 1915, to d a te ,
Miss Vivian Stream, who is em
I on his second cause o f action; and
“Well, honey, will we go to the. ployed at (he Forest Grove hotel, girl w ith m oney.''—Brooklyn Eagle.
, ju d g m en t ag a in st you for th e sum of
on his third cause o f action, and
The Express editor hears there movies this afternoon or get mar-
visited her people in Hopewell,
A G re a t Help.
for his coats and d isb u rsem en ts in this
are some people in this section ried 7’—Portland News,
"D id you have nny one help yon action.
w hen yon w ere hanging fhe pictures?"
who claim it is a waste of time
T his sum m ons is served upon you by
D. Leach and family of Corval “Oh. ye»! My w ife »food around and publication by o rd er o f W .J. R. Beach,
and money to teach boys and
stic e of the P eace in and fo r F o r
lis motored to Forest Grove Sun- “•ked 1,10 wh,l‘ * "»» «w estin g a t'* — e a s Ju
girls cabinet-making, carpentry,
t G rove Ju stic e o f the Pence and
Kt. Lout» Post D ispatch.
W a sh in g to n C o u n ty E d ito rial A ssociation
day and visited with Mr. and
C onstable D istrict. W ashington County,
dressmaking and cooking in the
N ew s D u reau
Oregon, which o rd e r was ‘m ade and
Mrs. John Anderson.
Some men do not m nke fortune» for rendered Ht F o rest G rove, O regon, the
high schools. If there are any
John Anderson v i s i t e d with th e »tike of U rine, hut, blinded by 24th day o f May, 1916, and which said
such people, they should take a
avarice, live for the »nke of money order prescribes the publication o f this
Several there are who are seek- friends in Corvallis Thursday on only.— Jnvennl
look at a practical demonstration
sum m ons for six w eeks from and a f te r
the d a te of the first publication th ereo f.
fin the Allen hardware window) of *ni? balm in the divorce court«, his way home from a stay of sev
W. J . R. B e a c h ,
what pupils of the Forest Grove Karulina Miller vs. Joseph Miller,
'Ju s tic e o f the Peace.
high sch ol can do along these Suif for divorce. Plaintiff alleges
Mrs. Charles Knapp returned
J . N. Hoffm an, A tto rn ey for plaintiff.
lines. Some of the work in that that defendant beat her, also that the latter part of last week from Stewart, K. of P. block.
window would put to shame the he told plaintiff he didn’t want her daugh er’s home, where she
best efforts of some of the fathers w°rk and would not work and has been visiting several weeks.
and mothers of the community, plaintiff was compelled to feed
Mr. and Mrs. Will McEldowney
The examples shown demonstrate him. It is alleged that plaintiff left Thursday morning by auto
that domestic art, domestic science was compelled to support the for their farm at Ontario, Oregon.
and manual training a r e well three small children and defend They expect to spend the summer
ant would leave home whenever it there.
taught in the local school.
suited him to do so.
Next Tuesday is Memorial Day,
J E. Daw vs. Nettie Daw. Di-
In‘n' Hal1 of Nor^ P? w*
on any promise we make to deliver work on
when, all over this land of ours, vorce. Plaintiff alleges that de-
de ' ler- 0re8™’ dmved .¡¡ere th® f,!"t
a given date. The Express hits one of the
gray-bearded veterans of the civil fendant would leave home and re- j°
e eV , an W1
best equipped little printing plants in the
war will walk, with faltering steps, main away with friends whom the ;®am’|af rvvi
er aun » rs'
to the thousand of cemeteries plaintiff did not know and against! ar*
Willamette valley, having added several
where little mounds of earth mark his consent. Defendant i.s also
Have a Rood second-hand cam-
hundred dollars’ worth of material to the
Williams plant for
the last resting place of former alleged to have neglected duties of era that Wlil take 8x10 or 5x7
comrades-in-arms. T h e s e vet- the home and failed to keep the p,ctures‘ What have you to offer
erans, now scarce and enfeebled, home in order.
38 a traiie 7 Value of complete
will place on these mounds gar-
Catherine F. Schonover v.s. Ar- outfit ,is J ? 5'
to B‘ W*
purposes and more good material is on the
lands of flowers, symbolic of their thur Schonover. Divorce on the ^)OX
The management would very much
love and \eneration of those gone ground of cruel and inhuman
Heating stove $5;
it if those in need of stationery,
before. Their untiring devotion treatment. Plaintiff, first of all, dining room table $9; brass bed,
or any other kind of printing
to their dead comrades is com- alleges that defendant struck her mattress and springs $17.50; Cir-
would call at the office for samples and
mendable and it is a pity those with his fist and then kicked her. cassian walnut chiffonier $15;
prices. If you’re too busy to come to the
who are not veterans do not give She asks custody for three minor ladies' desk $8; refrigerator $6.
office use the phone and a representative
more pious thought to this Day of children and alimony amounting Rhone 0263.
will call on you.
Days of the heroes of the early to $25 per month and costs of
A dozen Forest Grove, Kansas
sixties. There are not so many action.
(City and Cornelius scatter-gun
of the old boys as there were last
A. A. Walker vs. Ethel Walker, artists indulged in a practice shoot
year and next year there will be Divorce. On alleged grounds of at clay pigeons east of the P. U .
less than there are now.
j campus Sunday morning, making
Published every W ednesday a t F o rest G rove, Oregon.
W. C. B enfer, E d ito r and Publisher.
Neighbors a Lift
The County Seat
We’ll Make Good
. . . JOB PRINTING . . .