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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 24, 1916)
Judge I V W itt Smith of Hills
Farm for Sale or Rent
boro visited his parents, Mr. and
desirable farm of 360
Mrs. Elias Smith, in this city
to 30 acres in cultiva
tion; some in clover; good two-
Mrs. Cora Jacobson and son,
story house, good barn, wagon
Robert, of Portland spent last
shed, hog house, goat shed and
week-end with the Pierce and
other outbuildings;80 acres in fine
We have told you several times that we under
pasture, balance timber and pas
Misses Perry Ward, Zola Cary, ture.
There are several fine
sell Portland dealers on Guns and Ammunition and
Margaret Hancock. Frances Ben springs on this farm, in each pas
here we tfive you a few comparative prices:
jamin and Sarah Martin left Sun-, ture; farm all fenced with woven
day for an outing on the Colum -! wire and cross-fenced. Six acres
bia, near Kelso, Wash.
in potatoes, some corn, mangels,
Remington Auto-Loading Shot Gun
Justice W. J. R. Beach M on kale and artichokes, which makes
(Other guns at proportionate prices)
day moved his office fixtures to the farm ready for occupancy.
the room south of the Good In-! For information, inquire of
A M M U N IT IO N
vestment company, where he will
GEO. G. H ANCO CK.
22 Short, Smokeless, per box
deal out justice to all comers.
Forest Grove, Ore.
22 I/mg, Smokeless, per box
Mrs, Harry Giltner and child-'
ren, Mrs. C. K. Smith and daugh
30-30 Smokeless, I m > x
Mr. »rut Mrs. Chiu. Craft visited at
91 .0 0
ter. Mrs. Andrew Kelly and child
ren and Mrs. John Anderson and the Chits. O 'N eill home Sunday.
Shot Gun Shells
Messrs, and Mesdames Roy McBride
niece. Miss Hughes of Los An
and Frank Cruwthers returned Monday
geles. enjoyed a picnic on Gales from their hike to the beach and re(*>rt
a fine time.
(These prices prevail only so long as present supply lasts)
Mrs. J. W. Kyle and Miss Ruth Lilly
You may entrust to us your
prescription, no matter what doc-
We carry a lino line o f Electric Flush-Lights
tor writes it, with the full assur- e - r'enta _*"*■*•
and Batteries at right prices.
Riverside Grangers will picnic in the
ance that it will be carefully and O 'N eill grove on Friday. Aug. 25th.
accurately compounded with the Everybody invited. Brin* a banket o f
best of drugs and chemicals at the lunch anil have a good time.
Mr». Newton Hoover is hoiue again,
very lowest price.
L i 111 e r ’ s
after a very serious ojieration, per
formed at the Hilluboro hospital. She
Foreat Grove, Ore
J. E. Martin, who has been in is gaining strength slowly.
Nevada and California for the
Grandmother DeBord. who fell some
past two years, arrived Sundav time ago and broke her hip. is reported
and is visiting at the Frank Buf- improving.
and oursuant to »nid execution, I
ill less, to the West line o f said Carpen
fum home. Mr. Martin was re
Evergreen Blackberries Wanted
on Monday, the 25th day o f Sep
Sept. 1916, ter Donation Land Claim; thence North
cently severely injured when he
I will pay 80c per 17-lb. crate at the South door o f the Courthouse in 1 deg 33 min Weal on Die Went line o f
HillakMiro. Washington County, Oregon, said claim 3.80 chaina, more or leaa, to
was run over by a heavy wagon,
for Evergreen blackberries, deliv- at the hour o f ten o'clock a. m. o f said the place o f beginning, reserving anal
but is recovering from his injuries.
P. depot. Forest Grove. day, sell at public auction to the high excepting therefrom a roadway 30 feet
Clifford Thompson of Hillside
est bidder for cash in hand, all o f the in width beginning at the Northwest
W. A. ROSS,
following described real property, lying, corner o f said tract and extending along
and Miss Eva Kessler were united
being and situate in Washington Coun the North line thereof to the county
in marriage Sunday at the home
ty, Oregon: Being a portion o f the W il road to which roadway grantors herein
of the bride’s father. George Kes
liam B. Carpenter Conation (.and Claim made and delivered a deed to Henry
sler, living at Hayward.
All summer hats at sacrifice No. 39. in Township One. south o f Swanson and Jane Swanaon on or about
newly-weds departed Tuesday for prices during the remaining days Range Four, West o f the Willamette November 22nd, 1912.
Also conveying hereby the following
a n outing a t t h e Tillamook of August, to make room for the Meridian, particularly described as fol
lows, to-wit: Beginning on the West
new fall and winter goods. All line o f said Donation Claim South 1 de described tract o f land, to-wit; Being a
part o f the Northeast quarter o f the
Chas. VanDoren a n d Grant felt hats at reduced prices.
gree 33 minutes East 8.20 chains from Northwest Quarter o f Section 10 in
Bailey and son. Irvin, went to
Opening display of winter styles the quarter section corner on the South Townahip One. South, Range 4 West o f
line o f Section 3 in said township and the Willamette Meridian, in Washing
Portland Monday in the Bailey Sept. 5th and 6th.
range, running thence along d i t c h ton County, Oregon, and more partic
car and met John VanDoren,
North 84 deg 53 min East 9.UH chains; ularly bounded and described as follows,
Elva Millinery Shop.
postmaster at Casper, Wyo., who
thence North 72 deg 43 min East 21.12 lo-wit: Beginning at a stake which is
M . T . Sherrett, who is buying chains along said ditch to where it set at a |ioint which is south 1 deg 35
came for a visit with his mother
Mrs. Margaret VanDoren, his hogs and cattle in Easterh Ore enters Alexander or Carpenter Creek min East 7h9.2 feet and South 65 deg
and to the center o f said creek; thence
brother, Charley, and family and gon, spent Sunday withJMrs. Sher up said creek in the center thereof 49 min West 397.9 feet from the quar
ter section comer between sections 3
his sister, Mrs. Bailey, and family.
South 9 deg 11 min West 7.86 chains to ami 10 in Township 1 south. Range 4
ed again Monday for his field of the corner o f the F. M. Porter tract o f West, and from said (siint running
land now owned by W. C. Freeman; thence South 85 deg 49 min West 22.2
It’s True as Gospel
Is your pay spent lie-
fort* you get it? Art*
you struggling under a
burden o f debt because
of h a v in g t h i n g s
charged? Join the army
that is marching to suc
cess now, via the Sav
ings Bank way.
Save some, spend less.
First National Bank
Forest Grove, Ore.
Pays 4 per cent on all
Time and Savings
Capital and Shareholders’
Ftdtrtl torn * Rink
C0NDENSED NEWS NOTES
Hancock & Wiles have $25,000
to loan on farms.
Mrs. Chas. Smith came home
from the Hillsboro hospital yes
Mrs. M . Bisbee has rented her
197-acre farm on Gales Creek to
Theodore Green of near Banks.
The dance given at the I. 0 . 0.
F. hall Saturday night by the
Sappington orchestra was quite
« ’ell attended and everybody had
a good time.
Miss Hazeltine Stockman of
the Hoffman store is taking her
vacation at Rockaway and Miss
Beahen has been assisting in the
Are a boon to Wo
men and we have
two we would like to
show you-the Peerless Water Motor Washer and a fine Electric Machine
Bon-Ami Short-Burner Oil Stove
Heats quicker than any other make; clean and odorless.
C ream S e p a r a to r
Is a machine we are not afraid to recommend to our best friends.
AU TO SEATS,
Camp Stoves, Tents and Ice Cream Freezers.
GORDON & GORDON HARDWARE CO.
FOREST GROVE, ORE.
Your VACATION TRIP
should be spent at Tillamook.
You will find the weather cool,
for it comes miles and miles
from off the Pacific. You can
find much to do at the Tilla
mook County Beaches. Bath
ing, dancing, hiking, picnick
ing, playing tennis or golf.
D a ily T r a in s from P o r t la n d
leaving at 7:45 A. M. and 1:40
P. M. Afternoon t r a i n has
L o w R o u n d T r ip F a r e s
are on sale daily from all sections to Tillamook
County Beaches. These include B a y o c e a n ,
W ah-K ah-N ie, Manzanita and the Garabaldi
Coos Bay Railroad Celebration,
Marshfield and North Bend, August 24,25 and 26.
Low Round Trip Fares.
Ask agent fo r booklet and other information
thence in a Southwesterly direction
up feet to a stake; thence South 7 deg 32
Brick ice cream at Shearer’s— said creek in the center line thereof min Kant 12.9 feet to a stake; thence
25c and 50c. Keeps two hours following all its meanderings to the North 74 deg 05 min East 19.9 ft; thence
Northeast corner o f a tract o f land North 20 deg 27 min West 22.4 feet to
N O TIC E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N , That
by virtue o f an Execution issued out of
and under the seal o f the Circuit Court
1 o f the State o f Oregon, for the County
| o f Washington, dated the 19th day o f
August in favor o f Frank D. Sawyer
and Louie Mae Sawyer, plaintiffs, and
against B. A. Nollsch and Lizzie A.
Nollsch, defendants, for the sum o f
: $12.25 cost and the further sum o f
$3784.32 with interest thereon from the
3d day o f July, 19)8, at the rate o f 6 per
cent per annum, and for the further
sum o f $150.00 Attorney fees, to me di
rected and delivered, commanding me
to make sale o f the real property here
inafter described, I have levied upon
conveyed to W. C. Freeman by war
ranty deed dated November 23d, 1912,
executed by said Frank D. Sawyer and
w ife I-sniie Mae Sawyer, which is re
corded in book 97 o f the deed record*
Washington County, Oregon, at
page 127; thence North 35 deg 30 min
West 2.20 chains to the center o f ( '(uni
ty road No. 407, said (stint being the
Northwest corner o f said W. C. Free
man tract last above mentioned; thence
in a Northeasterly direction in the
renter o f said county road No. 407 to
the Northeast corner o f a tract o f land
conveyed by A. B. Snider and w ife to
Alva B. C raft and Homer C. Atwell,
by deed recorded in book 92 o f the deed
records o f Washington County, Oregon,
at page 301 thereof; thence South 84
deg 53 min W est 10.00 chains, more or
- - Fete - -
A u g . 2 9 ,3 0 ,3 1
the place o f beginning, together with
all other perpetuul easements and
rights conveyed to us. the grantors
herein by de«-d dated November 22ml,
1912, executed by Henry Swanson and
Jane H. Swanaon, his w ife which is re
corded in book 97 o f the de«-d records
o f Washington County, Oregon, at
page 177 thereof, to satisfy the herein
before named sums and fur the costs
and expenaes o f sale and said writ.
biect to re-
Said sale will be made subject
demption as per statute o f Oregon.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this 23d
day o f Aug. 1916.
J. E. REEVES,
Sheriff o f Washiagton County, Oregon.
By GEO. A L E X A N D E R .
H O L L IS & G R A H A M ,
Attom eya for Plaintiffs.
A ROYAL SALE!
For Two Days
“ The Popular High Grade”
V i lb tin
1 lb tin
A lb can
S e p t. 1 and 2
In Old Golden Rule Store
Next to Tucker’s Garage, on Main Street
An exceptional opportunity to buy goods o f all kinds from
collections most varied, collected by workers o f the Church
and also special bargains from many o f the business houses
o f the city. These have secured the extra booths and will
have special sales o f special goods at the Fete. There will be
A t t r a c t io n s a n d A m u s e m e n t s
o f every kind, Afternoon and Evening.
D IN N E R will be served every day from 5:30 to 7:00 and
those having dinner tickets will be allowed to remain for the
evening entertainment free. .Others will be charged 10c.
J O IfN M. SCOTT,
Gen. Passenger Agent, Portland
Good Music, Good Eats and a Good Tim e generally is
promised. Come early and stay late.
Aug. 29 to Sept 2, Inclusive
THESE HOT D AYS
you’ ll enjoy shopping at our
9tore. A Cool and Refreshing
A ir always. Come in and en
joy the prosperous atmosphere
that abides within this Modern
Don’ t stay in a hot kitchen
these days. We have every
thing for the next meal on ice,
ready to serve. Our “ Purity”
home-made Boiled Ham, Minc
ed Ham, Wieners, Bologna or
pickled P igs’ Feet will please
you. See our Delicatessen Depart
ment. Everything under glass and
refrigeration appetizingly delicious
Flour will advance Saturday.
O RD ER NOW.
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