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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1917)
CONDENSICI) NKWS NOTES
Two R. C. It. I. cockerel* for
•ale. I^eon T. Sill*.
M ' mh Munche Lhngley was a
Portland visitor Suturday.
Found Halter. Cull at l hi«
olllce and recover property.
Roy Loyne* and bride of Port-
lanil visited relatives here Sunday, j
John Ireland, jr., left Saturday
for a visit with frieridn at Cor-
Mrs John Bellinger is «« riom ly
ill with stomach trouble at her
Mr. and Mrs. C . V. It. Rusnell
visited friends in Portland Tues
Pert Doane’« little son, Jack,
is recovering from an attack of
mensely, at the clone of which re
freshment* were nerved. About
thirty couplen were present.
Mr*. Dean Clarke went to
Portland Friday to attend a meet-
in« and transact business.
Thomas Roe of Wapatonpent a
few hours with his brother and
«inter here Sunday,
B R E A K IN G U P A M O N U M E N T that
has stood in your community 27 years !
write your insurance. Will give
you service that will be to your
advantage. Upstairs in Ander-
son block, room 2.
JOHN E. BAILEY
w i | ( .„ w o u W
Will of Nellie P. Dannials
The wid of Nellie P Dan main,
who died at. Forest Grove Jan
uary 13, has been filed for pro
bate. It was made January 2 of
this year, and directs that her
b< d h" buried in the family lot
in Union cemetery with a little
expense and ost< ntation as pos
sible. T o the husband, John
Danniuls, is bequeathed a tract
of lti<> acres of timber and in
Crook county, on condition that
he waive curtesy rights in other
$ 3 2 ,0 0 0 stock
of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents’ Furnish
ings, Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Crock
ery, etc., now being W R E C K E D at prices
Vercie Bellinger departed Sat
urday for the state normal at
Frank i/oomis of Spokane is
visiting the family of bis nephew,
J. E. Loomis.
R E A D the few prices listed below, which are but a few samples of
Mesdames Fritz ami Prickett of ProP‘ r,y*
will find throughout the store.
the Watts district were «hopping ^ar‘d 's *°
and the price be
in the city Saturday.
applied to the payment of other
E V E R Y T H IN G on sale and must be SOLD in a limited time.
legac ies and debt«. The will de
Wanted—Some t u r n i p s for
clares that Vera L. Campbell,
cow feed. South P a r k Dairy,
aged 18; Alice M. Campbell, aged
( ’ has. I). Staley, Prop.
One Lot Up to
i>, and Porter Campbell, aged 4,
Mi-^s Gertrude Allen M< nday
are testator's only ehild en and
began teaching the fifth grade in
heirs. To Vera L. Campbell is
the Hillsboro schools.
bequeathed a piano, under cer
Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Hurley en tain conditions, and to A lie - M.
tertained the Bide-a-Wee club ui Campbe ll deceased’s gold watch
W ork and Dress
dinner and cards Saturday night. and jewelry, and ¡he will directs,
Up to $4.00 Value
Mrs. J. E. Andrus returned that picture's and wearing apparel
Sunday from Washington, where be divided between t h e two
she has been visiting her mother Vera Gampbell is given $350 and
“ Uncle Ellas” S m i t h of the Porter Campbell 73 acres of land,
Michigan House is still very ill. in t h e Buxton donation land i
His daughter, Nora, is caring for claim. To Alic<- Ga pbell is giv- j
en $2,000. which she is to receive!
Beatrice Bookman Friday even-' when she is 18 years old should j
ingentertained a number of her,she demand it, otherwise thisi
friends at a little party. Delic- ¡sum i to be paid her by Porter
ious refreshments were served
1 Campbell when he arrives at his,
ii . # o i i
majority. Joe A. Wiles is nomi-
Mr and Mrs. Hart of Rock Is-, nated
executor and with Mary 1
land, 111., visited Mr. and Mrs. I Wiles is appointed guardian of
J. Hoar Saturday. Mrs. Hart is the minor heirs.— Hillsboro Inde-
a sister to Mrs Winbigler, until | pendent,
recently a resident of this city.
Washington County Transfers
Mrs. G. II. George and Mrs. H.
The following rial estate trans
it. Van Doozen of Astoria, came I fers were recorded with the regis-,
last week to spend a time visiting ter of deeds at Hillsboro during }=
their mother, Mrs. Crang. who the past week:
has been very ill, but is now much
O. G. Carnahan, et ux to Ed Allen, ! jections to said rejrort. Therefore any that fiortion south of a line running the said administrator, at the office o f
acres in Buxton claim; $1.
I person having objections thereto will west from the northwest corner of the Hollis & Graham, attorneys, in the
sch<>ol house grounds, said school house
ALMOST BEYOND BELIEF, in spite of the ad-
vance in the cost of merchandise.
0 Reg. 25c
B a k in g
)pal V irginia, the . l\-m( nths-
old daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. Er-
neat Tucker of thi* city, has pass-
ed th e eugenic examination at
Portland with a score of 100 per
cent. I he parents o f the little
miss are, naturally, very proud o f
their perfect baby.
Z Men’s Suits
H O SE
f S '5 S h o e s
10c & 12c
Bailey’s Old Stand
Forest Grove, Ore.
Come, and Save Money, Come
Sale Now on at
C. W. Odell to L>. F. Chowen et ux, j appear on or before said date and file tract being described in Book 43, at
page 275, o f the Records of Deeds, and
L. B. MAURY.
also conveying beginning at a point the
Administratrix of the estate o f
Southeast corner of the Southwest quar
F. H. Maury, deceased.
ter o f the Northeast quarter o f Section
M anche I rene I. angley ,
14, T 2 N R 4 W of the Willamette mer-
idian, running* thence North 1 rod,
--------- thence West to center o f ditch, thence
• down center of ditch to the South line
the Northeast ^quarter of said Sec-
In the Circuit Court o f the State of
tion 14, thence East to the place of
Oregon, for Washington county.
beginning; also conveying hereby a
J. W. Watkins and L. E. Wat
roadway, beginning at the Southeast
kins. husband and wife,
corner of the Northeast quarter o f said
Section 14, running thence North one
X rod, thence West to a point intersecting
e the tract above conveyed, thence South
H. H. Henke to Chas. 0 . Gross, lot 8, The Unknown Heirs o f Anton
3 one rod, thence East along the quarter
blk 1, Knob
Knot) Hill add Forest Grove.
Planner, deceased, and all
3 section line to thj place o f beginning,
K. Davis et ux to C. E.
F. Davis, 246
other persons or parties un-
and that the claim of you and each of
acres; also 61.50 acres in T. Cornelius
you upon said real pnqierty be decreed
“ eal * > l* r ty described
and declared to be null and void and
lots 2 and
that the title o f plaintiff in and to said
,n u* mpa,n’ Defendants.
real property be quieted as against the
. . T " 1? r* ° r * ° ‘C* _
To the Unknown Heirs of Anton Pfan- claim o f you and each o f you and all
persons claiming, by, through or under
ty Court o f Washington county. o Z '
got), has appointed the undersigned as
terest in the Real Property described
This summons is served upon you by
administrator of the estate of John W.
>n Plaintiff’s complaint:
publication thereof in the Forest Grove
Sherwood, deceased, and that Martha j In th£ "«me of the State o f Oregon. Express, pursuant to the order of
| the Honorable D. B. Reasoner, Coun
ty Judge o f Washington county.
a i^ ^ m i n i s t r i t o r ^ 8 d“ ly <iual,fie<11
Düring the absence of Dr. H. lot 2. block 36. Forest Grove; $1.
R. KaufTman from the city, Dr.
Grace M. I.arimore et al to D. F.
E. J. Crowthers will look after Fleck, 20 acres in Forest Grove; $750.
Joe A. Wiles et ux to J. T. Cox, part
Dr KaufTman’s practice and will
blk 19, Forest Grove, $10.
he at the office fiom 2 to 6 p. m.
D. A. Kennedy et ux to Van Walters,
57.31 acres in Shepherd claim, $5,000.
A. L. Jones et ux to L. Maier et al,
A regulär bussiness meeting of
the W. C. T. U. will b<- held with 30 acres Sec. 14, 2 N 3, $10.
G. W. Morgan to M. B. I)emig et vir,
Mrs. Knapp, on North B. St, on
, lots 5 and 16, Curtis add Forest Grove,
Friday, Feb 2, at 2:30 p. m. $570.
Topjcal program will be Current
events. K. B. Penneld.
city o f Forest Grove, Washington coun-
to, Oregon, within six months from the
date o f the first publication o f this no
Dated at Forest Grove, Oregon, this
January 22d, 1917.
W. H. HOLLIS,
Administrator o f the Estate o f
Mary E. Murphy, deceased.
G raham ,
Attorneys for the Estate.
First pub. Jan. 25; last Feb. 22, 1917.
W H Y D O N ’T YOU
F. A. Moore
ASK HIM ABOUT
“ Home Ties” is a play you
should all see. It will be present-
All person« having claims against the 1 above-entitled* Court and answer the on the 10th
made’ day entered
of January, 1917,
ed at Verts’ hall tomorrow (Fri
day) evening by t h e Catholic sent
8ame' verified HH by law re-
appear and answer said com-
■Of ,.f F»l>Ai>rv 1 Q 17 :
quired, to mo at my residence, in For said date being after the expiration of plaint on or before the 24th day of
young people. Admission 25c; est Grove, Oregon, within six months six weeks from the date o f the first February. 1917, and directs the said
Summons to be published in said news-
no extra charge for reserved seats.1 from the date o f this notice.
M blicationof this ^m m ons and if you paper dated the ’ llth day of January,
A N D GET A HIGH CASH
* 0 to apia-ar and Hns uer f or want
and ending with isal/e thereof dat-
Reservations at the Pacific drug
Dated this 1st day of February, 1917.
PRICE FOR YOUR
LANGLEY & LANGLEY,
Administrator of the Estate of Complaint, to-wit:
The Rejuvenated Dancing Club
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
That the plaintiffs be adjudged and
John W. Sherwood, deceased.
met Friday night at the K. of P. J. N. H uffman , Attorney.
decreed to be the owners in fee simple
Notice to Creditors
of the following-described parcel of
Phone 4 1 x
Hall for a “ Suffragette” dance.
First pub. Feb. 1; last March 1, 1917.
Real Primerty, situated in Washington In the County Court of the State of
Pacific Ave. and Third St.
The walls were decorated wi h
county, Oregon, to-wit:
Oregon, for Washington County.
The West half of the Northeast quar In the matter of the estate o f Mary E.
pict ures of ladies, cut from maga
Notice is hereby given that the un
ter o f Section 14. T 2 N, R 4 W o f the
zine hacks, under each one of dersigned administratrix o f the estate Willamette meridian, excepting, how
Notice is hereby given by the under- » N .H O F F M A N
which was -written the name of
the County Court of Washington coun less, as described in deed from Jeptha signed, administrator o f the estate of
one of the lady club members. ty her final report in said estate and C. Garrigus to Ora G. Garrigus, re Mary E. Muphy, deceased, to the cred
Attorney At Law
The suffragette idea was carried that the Judge o f said Court has set 1 corded in Deed Book 78, page 452; itors o f and all persons having claims
also the East half of the Northeast
out thru’out the evening, and February 19th, 1917, at 10 o ’clock a. m. quarter o f the Southeast quarter of against the said deceased, to file said Patent Office Business Solicited
every feature was enjoyed im - 1 of 8ai<l day, for the hearing of any o b -1 said Section 14. excepting therefrom all claims, with necessary vouchers, with ForestGrove,