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Entered as socond-class matter Jan. 12, 1916, at the postoffii'e at Forest Grove,
Oregon, under the Act o f March 3, 1871*
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M O R R IS O N
N O T E S
A N D
Publish«! every Thursday at Forest Grove, Oregon.
W. C. Benfer, Editor and Publisher.
5 & H STAM PS GIVEN
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C O M M E N T S
PO R TLAN D , OREGON
Double S. & H. Stamps Given Â î K A ï u Œ Î -
If the Twins feel that the world
owes them a living, free from the
galling bruises of competition,
why not petition t h e County
Court to grant them mothers’
pensions ? T r u e , neither is a
mother, but you never can tell
what may happen.
be no Methodist church, no Pres
byterian church, no Congregation
al church. Those three have merg
ed their membership, their prop
erty and all their interests and
will become “ The United Church
of Canada.” This new church
will be the largest and most in
fluential Protestant denomination
in that country, with ten thou
sand church buildings, six hun
dred thousand actual members
and a constituency of more than
one fourth the entire population
«T « O'
inafter described, 1 have levied U|>on
and pursuant to suit! execution, I will
on Monday, the 9th day o f Oct. 1916,
at the South d«x«r o f the Courthouse in
Hillsboro, Wuxhingt«>n County, Oregon,
at the hour o f ten «/clock a. m. o f said
«lay, sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, all o f the
following described real property, lying,
being and situate in Wushii.gt«in Coun-
Oregon: Being a |s>rtion o f the W il
iam B. Carpenter Donation (.and Claim
If you haven’t been to the fair,
No. 39, in Township One, south o f
Range Four, West o f the Willamette
go the two remaining days and
Merulian, particularly described ns fo l
see what Washington county has
lows, to-wit: Beginning on the West
line o f said Donation Claim South 1 de-
produced. The dairy and poultry
gr«*e 33 minutes East 8.20 chains from
exhibits are alone worth the price
the quarter section corner «>n the South
line o f Section 3 in said township and
Southwest Quarter (N. W. 1-4 of S.
of admission, to say nothing of
range, running thence along «lit.- h
W. 1-4) o f SectionTnirty-two (32),
the amusement program and the
North 84 «leg 53 min East 9.08 chains;
•Township Two (2), North o f Range
thence North 72 «leg 43 min East 21.12
Five (5), West o f Willamette Mer
other exhibits shown.
H A V E Y O U R E G IS T E R E D ?
chains along said diti-h to where it
idian. containing forty (40) acres,
enters Alexantler or Carpenter Creek
A Los Angeles minister, with a
to the center o f said creek; thence
Monday evening the members and for a sale o f said property herein and
salary of $8 per week, was mar state pamphlet containing con
describe«!, by the Sheriff of Washington up saiil creek in the center thereof
of Washington lodge, I, 0. O. F., county, state o f Oregon, to satisfy the S«iuth 9 deg 11 mm West 7.36 chains t«»
ried a few days ago. He and his stitutional amendments and meas-
corner «if the F. M. Porter tract o f
ures will be reminded that thev had a pleasant visit from Frank »*¡»1 sums o f money, and forever bar- the
bride believe that, well fortified .
ring and forecloainjr you, and each o f land now owned by W. C. Freeman;
f r t r a n o l n n ***%A
n r f l i i n d . f grand
fm iK l P
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Weed f of
you, o f nil right, title and
interest in thence in a Southwesterly direction up
with faith, they can live on the have failed to register and that if
thereof, said creek in the center line thereof
amount named. They may if they wish to vote at the Novem
and for such other and further relief an following all its meandering« to the
tive of Grand Master Westbrook. the Court may deem equitable.
Northeast corner of a tract o f Ural
they can inoculate the grocer, ber election the time ¡9 short.
to W. C. Freeman by war
Mr. Weed is agisting the grand
butcher and landlord with enough Registration books close October
o f an order o f the lion. George it. Bag- ranty deed date«! Novemlier 23d. 1912,
7 and the secretary of state says master in visiting all the lodges of ley, Judge o f the above entitled Court, executed by said Frank I). Sawyer arsl
faith to trust them.
made on the 10th day o f August, 1916, wife Louie Mae Sawyer, which ¡a re
that the registration is 50,000 less the state and the local lodge was «lirecting
the same to be published in cord «! in hook 97 o f the deed recorda
If the Portland Gas & Coke than for 1914, showing that many one of those assigned to him. the “ Forest Grove Express,” a news- o f Waahington County, Oregon, at
company will make the right kind voters neglected to register. Part While the purpose of his visit is pajier o f general circulation, publishe«! page 127; thence North 3T> deg 30 min
at Forest Grove, Washington County, West 2.2u chains to the center o f C«iun-
of rates for its products, the editor of the pamphlets were mailed last to encourage the members to Oregon.
road No. 467, aaid point being the
corner of aaid W. C. Free-
of the Express believes Forest week and the remainder were sent hustle a little h a r d e r , he an
LAN G LE Y & LANG LEY,
man trH<% last nhnve mentioned; thence
Grove people will use gas for out on the 13th. They are only nounced th it his visit here had
i in a Northeasterly direction in the
Date o f First Publication, Aug. 17, 1916.
cooking and heating quite exten sent to registered voters.— Hills been an encouragement to him , | Date o f Last Publication, Sept 28, 1916. «•enter o f said county rorni No. 467 to
the Northeast corner o f a tract <»f larxl
sively during summer and mod boro Independent.
as he found Washington !odg«*had
conveyed by A. B. Snider and w ife to
NOTICE OF S H E R IF F'S SALE
Alva B. Craft and Homer C. Atwell,
erate winter weather. Gas is such
been taking in new members at a
Notice is hereby given that by virtue by deed recorded in b«x)k 92 o f thedeeil
a convenient fuel that people MR. ROBINS’ WORDS
time of year when most lodges 0f an execution, decree Hnd order of records o f Washington County, Oregon,
sometimes endure a little chilli
“ Chickens come home to roost.” did well to hold their own. He sale, dated August 18, 1916, issueil out st page 301 thereof; thence South 84
«if arxl under the seal o f the Circuit «leg 53 min West 10.00 chains, more or
ness in the kitchen rather than The expression is trite and the ap- gave a little advice when asked Court o f the State o f Oregon for Wash less, to the West line o f said Carpen
build a wood or coal fire, L et’s plication lies in the opportunity to for it and told a number of very ington County, in favor o f plaintiff in ter Donation Land Claim; thence N««rth
that certain suit therein pending where 1 «leg 33 min West on the West line o f
encourage the company.
utilize it. Back in October, 1914, good stories relating to lodge in George Kieni is plaintiff and T. H. said claim 3.80 chains, more or less, to
Littlehaies, V. E. S. Littlehales, E. H. the place o f beginning, reserving nrxl
Raymond Robins, who is now activity.
Last week when a subscription
Coleman and J. H. Shearer, are de excepting therefrom a roadway 30 feet
supporting the candidacy of Mr.
Dick and Carl Wilcox, Albert fendants, upon a judgment against the in width beginning at the Northwest
solicitor for the Express asked a
o f said tract and extending along
Floyd Dooley and A. W. defendants, T. if. Littlehales and V. corner
present subscriber if she desired
indulged in the follov. ing
E. S. Littlehales, for the sum of the North line thereof to the county
Mills, members of the Ranks 11400.00 with interest thereon at the roa«l to which roadway grantors herein
to renew at the reduced rate of remarks’ * hlch’ more or lesa must
embarrass him in his present polit- lodge, attended the session and rate o f 8 per cent per annum from N«>- made and delivered a deed to Henry
$1.00, the lady replied that she
vember 22, 1914, and the sum of Swanson and Jane Swanson on or about
ical attitude: “ The most skillful, contributed their share to the en- $125.00 attorney's fee, arxl the costs Novemlier 22nd, 1912.
would renew at $1.50 when her
f this suit ta x «l at
Also conveying hereby the following
the most courageous, the greatest tertainment p r o g r a m .
Banks ■ and disbursements
year expired; she didn’t want to
, *17.50, and commanding me to sell the descrilied tract o f land, to-wit; Being a
cheat the publisher out of 50c and statesmanship of the last two lodge is also growing and a week real property hereinafter described at part o f the Northeast Quarter o f the
Northwest Quarter o f Section 10 in
years in this world was the man- from next Saturday Mr. Weed Publi<: *uction *"*ti«fy said sums.
NOW TH E RE FO R E, I will, on Sat- Township One, South, Range 4 West o f
the Willamette Meridian, in Washing
w io h t p i«'
in whLch Wilson avmf?
between this country and Mexico, number of the members of Wash- o f 10 o’clock A. M. at the South door ton County, Oregon, and more partic
you, lady, the editor knew this all
o f the Court House in Hillsboro, Wash- ularly bounded uixl described as follows,
The reason that the blood of ington M g e .
I ington County, Oregon, offer for sale to-wit: Beginning at a stake which is
the time, but didn’t know other
and sell at public auction to the highest set at a point which is south 1 deg 35
American men— sons of our homes
After the session closed Broth
people realized the fact. A n d
! bidder for cash in hand all o f the fol min East 789.2 feet and South 65 deg
— is not today reddening the soils ers Walker. Giltner, McGill, Van- lowing described real p r o p e r t y in 49 min West .'197.9 feet from the <]uar-
thanks for the compliment.
ter section corner between sections 3
of Mexico, to serve the interests Antwerp and Shearer served the Washington County Oregon, to-wit;
Beginning at the Northeast corner and 10 in Township 1 south, Range 4
Hereafter in Canada there will of a few corporation magnates company with all the ice cream,
j o f Lot 2, in Block 29, in the Town West, and from said |x>int running
cake and coffee they cared to (now City) o f Forest Grove, running thence South 65 deg 49 min West 22.2
I thence West on the N«irth line o f said feet to a stake; thence South 7 deg 32
lot 151 feet arxl 9 inches; running thence min East 12.9 feet to a stake; thence
74 deg 05 mm East 19.9 ft; thence
Mrs. Chester W r i g h t , son South parallel with the Eaat line o f North
< said lot 151 feet and 9 inches; running North 20 deg 27 min Weat 22.4 feet to
Wayne, and daughter, Miss Joan thence East parallel with the North the place o f beginning, together with
other perpetual easements and
Pierce, left Monday for Bend, : line o f said lot 151 feet and 9 inches to all
,, , • . . _ _ . the East line o f said lot; thence North rights conveyed to us, the grantors
Oregon, where Mr. Wright anu i on the East line o f said lot 151 feet an«l herein by deed date«! November 22nd,
another son went some time ago. ? inches to the place o f beginning, all 1912, executed by Henry Swanson and
Jane II. Swanson, his w ife which is re
in Washington County, Oregon,
corded in book 97 o f the de<*«l records
After visiting relatives near Bend
Said sale will be made subject to re-
I N C L U S I V E
o f Washington County, Oregon, at
two weeks the family will go to demption as per statute.
page 177 thereof, to satisfy the herein
Dated this August 24, 1916.
a homestead about ninety miles
before named sums and for the costs
J. E. REEVES,
and expenses o f sale and said writ.
south of B e n d . Their many
Sheriff o f Washington County, Ore
Said sale will be made subject to re
friends here regret very much to
H. T. B AG LE Y,
demption as p«-r statute o f Oregon.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this 23d
have them move away.
day o f Aug. 1916.
J. E. REEVES,
A Bargain— 76 acres, 6 miles
northwest of Forest Grove, 20
N O TICE IS H ER EB Y G IV EN , That
By GEO. A L E X A N D E R ,
by virtue o f an Execution issued out of
All Trains Stop
nlnur • now an^ under the seal o f the Circuit Court
and easily cleared for P
H O LLIS & G R A H A M, 1>eputy'
o f the State o f Oregon, for the County
A T F A IR GROUNDS
house and barn; good family or o f Washington, dated the 19th day of
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
First publication Sept. 7, 1916.
chard ; $55 per acre.
This bar August, 1916, in favor o f Frank D. Saw
Last publication Oct. 5, 1916.
gain open for 10 days. (Get in). yer and Louie Mae Sawyer, plxintiffs,
R O U N D -T R IP F A R E S
and against B. A. Nollsch and Lizzie A.
Hancock & Wiles.
Nollsch, defendants, for the sura o f
N . HOFFM AN
will be on sale
$12.25 cost and the further sum o f
James Magruder of Hillsboro is $3784.32 with interest thereon from the
from all stations
substituting for Claude Hutchins 3d day o f July, 1916, at the rate of 6 per
A t to rn e y A t L a w
in the Hines drug store while cent per annum, and for the further
I sum o f $150.00 Attorney fees, to me di Patent Office Business Solicited
Claude takes a vacation by work rected arxl delivered, commanding me
Sept. 21-30, inclusive
ing in a hop yard.
1 to make sale o f the real property here- ForestGrove,
and speculators, is due more to weeks from Aug. 17, 1S0*>, namely.
- or before Friday, Sept. 29th, 1916, the
the courage and constancy
«late o f the firat publication o f thin sum
Woodrow Wilson than to any mon« being Aug. 17, 1916, aiul the date
o f the last publication being Sept. 2H,
other factor in American life. I 1916, and ir you fail to answer, for
would count myself poor and want thereof, the plaintilT will apply
for the relief demanded in his com
small indeed, if I were not able to plaint, to-wit:
For a judgment for the sum o f
recognize wisdom, courage and
$275.00, with interest thereon at the
public service, even if it had been rate o f 8 percent per annum from Aug.
shown by the chief of an opposing 8, 1916, until paid, for the sum o f $50.00
attorney's fees, and for his c«*sts and
party.” Was Mr. Robins wiser disbursements incurre«! in this suit, and
year before last than now ? Is ' for a decree f«*recl«»sing a mortgage for
said sums o f money, against the follow
h is tribute recallable?— Platts- ing-described real pro|«erty, to-wit:
mouth (N eb.) Journal
The Northwest (Quarter o f the
Three Link Boys
» ar *•»
Sept. 25 to 30
Are YOU Going?
The return limit is
Ask Local Agent for Fare3, Train Service, etc.
JOHN M . SCO TT
General Passenger Agent
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
Oregon for Washington county.
SU M M O NS
Jacob F. Tracy and Pa
cific Land & Water Co.,
To Jacob F. Tracy and Pacific Land &
W ater Co., a corporation, defendants:
In the name o f the State o f Oregon,
you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against y«>u
in the above-entitled suit, within six
W e’ll Save You Money
on anything in the line of
Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions
Ladies and Gents’ Underwear
at half price ; Children’s regular
25c hose, 2 pair for 25c.
Pure White and White River Flour, $1.60 a sack
F. A. MOORE
con,.,5Sw*T«rE5I a „