The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918, November 23, 1916, Image 5

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    Mr. Graham Makes Report
to the County Court
The County Seat
W M hlngP /n C ounty Editorial A ssociation
Nwws Bureau
Circuit Court
Attorney L. M. Graham, who collected, prepared and looked
E. J. Lambert has filed suit against'
after Washington county’s exhibit at the state fair, Saturday made Ella Watt Jackson, et al, it an attempt
to quiet title to certain property located
his report to the County Court, as follows:
Free M o v ie T ic k e ts
------ TO T H E ------
ST A R T H E A T E R
Forest Grove
Oregon
Purest Grove, Oregon. | realise the time and pains It takes to . at Forest Grove, against which a claim
is
held.
get
a
variety
of
the
best
product
of
November 18th, 1910.
the farms, and to get It In right quan­
To Hon. I). B. Keunoner
Nena L. King Judson has brought
Get them from our Merchant«. The firms listed below
tities to he properly classed and auit to foreclose a mortgage held
and
Judged. In fact, I frequently heard that
llourd of County Commissioners:
have purchased Matinee tickets to give Free to their custom­
It was only a “ graft” and that no i against Allen A. Dale and L. A. May
Gentlemen:
ers. When you purchase 25c worth o f any o f the firms
credit was given the grower for what \ for the sum o f $450, together with $03
Owing to absence from the state for ! he furnished. And hence I wus often due in interest.
mentioned below, you will be given a Matinee Ticket Free—
aeveral weeks. and press of business denied what would have helped to
Fred During is a s k i n g judgment
four ticket for $1.00. These tickets are to be given away
itlnrtt my return, I have been delayed make the exhibit a greater credit and j against Casper Kieder, et al, in the
score-getter.
Under
the
system
here­
for ten weeks, beginning with performance o f Saturday, No­
In makltiK my report aa superintendent
of the Washington county exhibit at tofore used by the state fair managers. sum o f $176, with interest at 6 per
vember
25. Good only for Saturday Matinees. Ask for
the State Fair. I herewith submit It: . the Individual article shown In the cent since the 29th day o f April, 1915j
tickets
when
making purchases. Here are the firms which
I commenced making preparatlona collective exhibit could not also be en
Collene Willard is asking the court to
and gathering exhthlta In the early tered for separate prlxe; therefore the grant her a divorce from her husband.
give tickets:
part of July. lleliiK desirous of getting Individual did not seem to he able to
a representative exhibit from every get much credit for his help. Hut how , Jack Willard, to whom she was mar­
part of the county, 1 tried to enlist the there can be any "graft" In the bush i ried in Portland on the 26th of April,
Schultz Pure Food Store
Goff Bros., Hardware and Stoves
help of the real estate men In all part« ness I cannot Imagine unless to work ' 1908, since they have been making
hard
for
several
weeka-for
nothing
can
of the county, and wrote numeroua
Dr Hines’ Drug Store
Ottice Shearer, Confectioner
their home at Tualatin. From the com­
letter» to many different real ealate he called graft.
plaint
filed
we
glean
the
following:
In order lo bring about a more fair
American Restaurant
Geo. G. Paterson, Furniture and
men aaklng them lo help make aultable
collection» and thua advertise the en­ and equitable method of Judging the “ On a cold, bleak night in November,
Home Bakery
Pianos
tire county. 1 thought If there wa» any exhibits, and to bring out the Idea of 1911, the defendant kicked the plaintiff
direct money benefit lo be received each county featuring Its most Import­ and baby from the bed onto the floor
Forest Grove Express, Book and Job Printing
from thla kind of advertisement, the ant industry, I prepared and presented |
r»ial estate men would be the first to to a meeting of the county exhibitors j for the sole reason that the baby was
share In It, and therefore would he In- a resolution, requesting the fair board crying.’ * The defendant is also ac - 1
tcrested. Hut us I got no help, except to make certain changes In their rules. cused o f continually cursing plaintiff | Water Department-
Sheriff’s Sale
from one real estate firm, I am con­ The resolution was added to and adopt- 1 and on two occasions had threatened Street superintendent at $37.50 450.00
Notice ia hereby given. That by
vinced that, as a clans, they do not ex­ ed and presented to the board. I call
Collector at $25.00
300.00
pect good results from such methods your attention to this for the reason her life. She asks a divorce and the Tender at $10.00......................
120.00, virtue of an Execution issued out of
that
whoever
does
this
work
next
year
custody
o
f
the
minor
child.
O f showing what the county can pro­
snd under the seal of the Circuit Court
Streets—
duce. I therefore question the advis­ should get the rules early In the sea
Mabel M. Napier is suing F. A.
of
the State o f Oregon, for the County
Street
commissioner
at
$37.50
450.00
ability of expending large sums of son and adhere to them In making the Neher for a judgment o f $1750, with
Teamster at $65.00
780.00 o f Washington, dated the 18th day of
money, like some counties are doing, preparation and Installing the exhibit
...._..........
624.00 October, 1916, in favor o f Roy Hessel-
I give below the scoring of each ! interest at 8 per cent, also several Helper at $52.00
In making exhibits *al the numerous
General Fund-
fairs As a matter of pride In our coun­ county In our district, and when you smaller sums, with interest.
tine, plaintiff; and against Jacob F.
ty, I think a reasonable expenditure consider It with relation to the amount
Another suit for divorce is that in Fire insurance........ ..................
40.00 Tracy and Pacific Land A Water Co., a
of money the counties In thla district
from year to year Is justified.
300.00
which Ida Groul issuing Wm. M. Groul Treasurer at $25.00 -------
I secured the help of Mr. O. 8. Hlgby appropriated for fair purposes, this
Recorder at $25.00
300.00 ) corporation, defendants, for the sum o f
for
a
divorce.
The
complaint
alleges
county
did
not
do
so
bad,
after
all.
My
In collecting, Installing and caring for
Chief of police at $10.00 _...
120.00 $20.00 cost and the further sum o f
the exhibit and he devoted nineteen Information as to the amount of money that the husband habitually called 1 Night watch at $50.00......... .
G00.00 $278.67 with interest thereon from the
days, much of the time with hlB team, appropriated was gained from the ex­ plaintiff vile names in the presence of Stationery and h ook s.............
250.00 18th day of October, 1916, at the rate
and at a loss to his own business, In hibitors. It Is In addition to the money their child and others. She asks for a Safe and stove
.....................
250.00 o f eight f* r cent per annum, and for
this work, and for the nominal sum of set apart for premiums under the state
the further sum o f $50.00 Attorney
Feed, hlacksmithing, supplies
$2K.f>0. The IIIverslde Grange of Dllley law, and In some instances was given decree and the custody o f the minor i
Fees, to me directed and delivered,
and Incidentals for City
child.
gave valuable assistance In preparing for both county fair support and for j
team ................
375.00 commanding me to make sale o f the
exhibitions, and left to the exhibitors
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. ! Street improvements ......
1120.00 real property hereinafter described, I
the grain.
It seeins to me the people generally to divide as they saw fit. I also found is suing E. J. Laurenz for $84.97, with Cost o f election ...............
100.00 j have levied upon and pursuant to said
do not understand this matter of mak­ that most of the exhibitors received
Health officer -------
100.00 1
interest
and
several
other
smaller
sums,
j
Execution I will on Monday, the 27th
ing a collective exhibit. They do not | pay for their time and services.
Fire
Department-
In the case o f Oney Bell Gosman vs.
day o f November, 1916, at the South
470.00
Score
Amount County Ap- ] R. G. Goeman a decree for divorce was | Salaries' ...............
County
Team, feed and shoeing_____
270.00 door o f the Courthouse in Hillsboro,
propria tion
rendered to the plaintiff.
Incidentals _____
80.00 Washington County, Oregon, at the
. . » 0 . 6 - ............................................................ $ 2000.00
M k
Fire hose ...............
250.00 hour of ten o ’clock a. m. o f said day,
Marriage Licenses
77$
.
_____________
____
_
1500.001
Clackamas
100.00 , sell at public auction to the highest
H*.'7 —................................................ 2500.00 1 Marriage licenses were granted the Fire house roof ___
Ltaa
..$
$
.$
................................................
..
200
00
|
I teuton
past week to the following: Mark B.
T ota l________________
$27,631.86 bidder for cash in hand, all o f the fol­
..7 7 ,3 ._________________________________Not ascertained
lowing described real property, lying,
Multnomuh
ESTIMATED REVENUES
g g H ___________________________________ 1 0 0 0 .0 0 | Bump and Bertha Olive Sother; John
being and s i t u a t e in Washington
Jackson
Pollins
and
Olga
Frederickson:
Lincoln
Received
from
tax
of
8.98
mills
on
_7
0
.$
...............................................
200.00
j
County, Oregon, and more particularly
Washington
valuation o f $801,508.00, less 3 percent described as follows, to-wit:
-.80.76 ___________________ Not ascertained B. Nordby and Eva White.
Douglas . .
for delinquent tax, $6981.61.
$ 7 .7 __________ ________ Not ascertained
Josephine
The Northwest Quarter o f the South­
Estimated r e c e i p t s from
west Quarter (N. W. 1-4 o f S. W. 1-4)
Catholic
Church
Notes
water
dept
.................
$
9913.25
6.75
1 think a more generoUH appropria­ Paid for signs, etc-------------------
o f Section Thirty-Two (32), Township
Next Sunday evening Rev. Father Estimated receipts from light
tion from our county could be advant­
(2) North o f Range Five (5) West
d ep t.................................... 10587.00 Two
Total ....................................-$267.66 Buck will explain just exactly what the
ageously used to the good of the coun- i
o
f
Willamette
Meridian, containing 40
Balance on h a n d --------------- 32.09 Confessional is in the Catholic Church, Receipts from fines, licenses,
ty. but would not advocate any great
acres, all in Washington County,
etc
................................
150.00
Increase, it appears to me that better
Oregon,
$299.76 when it came into use and what sins a
road» are more essential than exorbit­
T ota l___________
27,631.86 to satisfy the hereinbefore named sums
For my services nothing hsB been person must tell in the confessional.
ant appropriations for display and the
There is a road tax o f approximately and for the costs and expenses o f sale
Services at 7:30, and everyone is most
county court should be congratulated retained.
The published premium list advised cordially welcomed.
$2898.00 received from the County and said writ.
In this county in using good Judgment.
Said sale will be made subject to re­
I received and expended moneys as that such exhibits would be transport­
A Forty Hours’ Adoration will com­ which is used for the payment o f street
ed free of charge. I put in a request
intersection paving warrants outstand- demption as per statute o f Oregon.
follows:
mence
in
St.
Anthony’s
Chapel
on
Fri­
From County C ou rt--------------- $200.00 for a car at least ten days before date
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this 19th
ing.
From premium and exhibit----- 99.75 of shipment, but owing to car shortage day Dec. 1st, with High Mass at 8:00.
Notice is hereby given that a meet­ day of October, 1916.
was unable to get a car and was com­ Will close Sunday evening with Bene­
J. E. REEVES,
$299.75 pelled to take the exhibit across coun­ diction at 7:30. Maas on that Sunday ing o f the City Council o f Forest Sheriff o f Washington County, Oregon.
Grove, Oregon, will be held at the City
try
by
truck.
This
was
an
unexpected
Pnld for h e lp e rs______________ $ 75.30
will be in Cornelius at 8.00 and in* For­ Hall in said City on the 6th day of
By GEO. ALEXANDER.
Paid for materials, produce etc. 77.46 expense of $40.00 for two large truck
Deputy.
est Grove at 10.30. Holy Hour on Fri­ December, 1916, at the hour o f 7:30 P.
loads.
Paid for sta m p s_________ - —
1 00
M. o f said day for the purpose o f hear­
I
herewith
enclose
draft
for
$32.09;
LANGLEY
A
LANGLEY,
day
evening,
Dec.
1st
at
7.30.
Kindly
Paid for auto hire--------------------- 12.00
ing objections and suggestions with
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Paid entry fee on exhibit---------
9.20 also a picture of the exhibit as it ap­ note change in the time of Mass on that reference to said budget.
peared at Salem.
Date
o
f
First
Publication,
Oct. 26,1916.
Paid lodging, board, self and
Sunday.
J. R. BUCK.
Published by the order o f the City
Respectfully submitted.
helpers ------------------------------- 43 45
Date o f Last Publication, Nov. 23, 1916.
Council
o
f
said
City,
made
and
entered
L. M. G R A H A M
Paid (lruyage ------------------------ 43 60
at a regular meeting thereof held on
Christian Church
Free Methodist Church
November 14, 1916.
Prayer meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m.
GEO.
G.
PATERSON.
Mayor.
Miss Edith Swanson is quite ill Topic: “ Good Samaritan’ ’ —Leader,
Sabbath school 10 a. m., preach­
NOTES AND PERSONALS
ing 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.. prayer
at the apartments of her brother Brother Lowry. Meeting o f “ Every Attest: W. P. DYKE, Recorder.
Date o f first publication November meeting on Wednesday evening at
Member Canvass” team after Prayer 16, 1916.
Money to loan on farm prop­ in Portland.
Date o f last publication Nov. 23d, 8 p. m. AH are welcomed.
service.
erty. Hancock & Wiles.
Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Walker
1916.
J. N. WOOD, Pastor.
Lord's Day 9:45 a. m.
Mrs. Martha Sutford of Dilley spent Friday visiting friends in
11:00 a. m. Lord's Supper and Ser­
was a business visitor in the city Portland.
mon: “ The Ideal Church. ”
6:30 p. m. C. E. Prayer meeting.
Saturday.
Ralph Mason of Alpine, Ore.,
7:30 p. m. Song Service and Sermon:
For Rent— Five rooms in house visited here over Sunday with
“ Repentance Unto L ife.”
just west of Laughlin Hotel. In­ Miss Gladys Stoddard.
There will be a baptismal servise fol­
quire at this office.
40
(SISTER LUCRETIA)
lowing
the evening meeting. Every­
Mr, and Mrs. August Oleson of
For Rent— Five-room house,
body invited to come and worship with
near depots, modern. Inquire of Portland spent Sunday visiting us.
31 years a Sister of Charity in the Roman Catholic
Manche Langley.
35-tf
relatives and friends in the Grove.
R. L. PUTNAM, Pastor.
Elizabeth Schoffen
Mrs. W. D . Wood and son,
Jimmy, and Mrs. Emma Layman
and son, Ben, all of Hillsboro,
visited at the W. F. Johnson home
Sunday afternoon.
AUTO OWNERS— Save money
by sending two old tires and hav­
ing one good one made from them
Union Avenue Double-Tread Tire
Works, Portland.
46-3t
E. J. Dunn of Portland, who
visited the Walraths the greater
part of last week, departed Sat­
urday for Portland and on Mon­
day left for a visit with his par­
ents in Ohio.
The Palace Barber Shop has
moved to the new Anderson build­
ing, where the proprietor, Brady
Chowning, will be pleased to give
customers better service t h a n
ever. Try our baths.
45-4
Friday last the members of the
faculty and many of the students
of P. U. got out with rakes and
pitchforks and cleaned the leaves
and trash off the campus, ¡greatly
improving the appearance of the
lawn.
Any w h i t e Crepe de Chine
waist in my stock for $3.50; these
waists have been selling at $4.00
to $4.50. Choice of fine lot of
infants’ shoes at 39c. Am closing
out shoes. Mrs. Blanche Rich­
ards, lower Main street.
46-tf
The skating rink, over t h e
Stribich carriage shop, is open to
the public Monday, Wedhesday
and Friday nights, from 7 :30 to
10 o ’clock. On Tuesday, Thurs­
day and Saturday nights the rink
is available, by appointment, for
private parties.
Sisterhood, will deliver Two Lectures at the
Miss Lefa Egli, who for four
weeks past has been nursing a case
near Reedville, returned to this
city Monday.
BUDGET
STAR TH EATER
TO-NIGHT, Nov. 23
8 o’clock Sharp
Everybody Welcome
for the City o f Forest Grove, Oregon
Following is the estimate o f expen­
ditures o f the City o f Forest Grove, '
Oregon, required for the year 1917,
chargeable to the General Fund, Water
Fund and Light Fund, o f said city:
Interest on bonds .............. $ 5060.00 '
Retirement o f bonds
1000.00 j
Maintenance o f power plant
4006.50
Maintenance o f streets
1999.00
Maintenance of water system 2000.00
Maintenance o f library
801.50
Legal department
300.00
Engineering department ......
150.00
Light Plant—
3 engineers at $85.00; $75.00;
$75.00
2820.00
Light commissioner at $60.00
720.00
Collector st $25.00
300.00
Additional equipment
250.00
Extension of light plant
776.86
Tomorrow Afternoon, Nov. 24
3 o’clock Sharp
WOMEN ONLY
No young ladies or girls under 16 years of
age admitted to this lecture.
Miss Schoffen has a message
OF INTEREST TO ALL
Admission 25c
At each lecture Miss Schoffen will exhibit the garb she wore
when she left the convent, explaining each piece.