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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1917)
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
J. W. Hughes was in from his
stock farm Tuesday.
A lot of Youths’ Suits tO QC
3 6 - in . S h e p p e r d P la id a
W. K. Newell was down from
while they last
v t.J J
A lot of Men’s Suits k QC
3 6 - in . D a n is h P o p la r
while they last
Money to loan Valley Realty
Cloth; fiOc value
J. I. W. Durston of String-
Co., Forest Grove, Oregon. 19-tf
town was in the city on business
3 6 - in . b la c k T a f f e ta
G tM Styles
Mrs. Julia Marsilliot returned i n Tuesday.
Today’s val. $2.00, at $ 1.49
M any, other Bargains in the
Friday from St. Johns, where she
And Many O thers
Men’s D epartm ent.
Wanted—Some t u r n i p s for
visited her brother.
cow feed. South P a r k Dairy,
Mrs Harriet Chambers of Port Chas. D. Staley, Prop.
in charge of
land made a week-end visit here
Miss Mary Olmstead spent the
with Mrs. B. Richards and fam
with Mr and Mrs. Ken
nedy in Portland.
strict orders from headquarters to dispose of all the
Mrs. I). O. Webster of Port
Claire Walker we nt Monday to
merchandise in the shortest possible time to
land spent several days this week
Scoggin’s Valley, where he has se
with her sister, Noru Smith Keen,
WIND UP THE BUSINESS.
of this city.
Herbert Dunlap spent Satur
For Sale Cheap Good team of
day and Sunday with his parents
work horses, weighing between
in Forest Grove.
1100 and 1200. R 0 . Stevenson,
Miss Margaret Winbigler of
I’hone Vine 2.
Portland visited friends here Sat
Mrs. Jay Small of Portland
urday and Sunday.
NEVER AGAIN will you have
YOU CAN’T afford to miss this
came Saturday to visit Mrs. Mar-
wonderful money-saving chance.
silliot and Mrs. Richards in For
Do it now—AT ONCE !
est Grove for a few days.
ston, Route 1, Forest Grove, Ore.
Have you a short job needing a
John Jewson of Goble, Oregon,
reliable boy ? Does your cellar
need cleaning? Call the Hoy visitetl here Saturday and Sunday;
bargains in Men’s,
every day at 8 a. m . until all
to think of your
Scouts thru Ray Terry Williams. w,th h,H
Mrs’ Julia Mar‘
goods are sold.
Mrs. Anne E. Dixon attended
Miss Moincn. an experienced
We have a lot of
the millinery openings of the
and Ends in
wholesale houses in Portland the;
first of the week and made some '
H ard w are
i ment at King & Co.’s.
very advantageous purchases.
at practically h alf
Mrs. J. L Howard left yester-
Rev. A. D. Shaw of Tacoma
Forest Grove, Oregon
price while they last
has decided to answer the call ,ia\ U'r Caldwell, Idaho, to be
FIXTURES FOR SALE
extended him by the First Con- j with her sister, Mrs. P. A. Nance,
gregational church of Hillsboro' who is ill with Bright’s disease.
and will assume his duties ab o u t1
¡All three men were very agree Sherwood, deceased, and th at M artha claim of you and each of you and all
persons claiming, by, through or under
ably surprised at the excellent Sherwood, appointee, has duly qualified you.
as such adm inistrator.
Joe A. Wiles would like to j
This summons is served upon you by
All persons having claims against the
instruction said estate are hereby notified to pre- publication thereof in the Forest Grove
write your insurance. Will give;
fW?nt l.h e 8amev verified as by law_re- the
,EuxPrJ 8»-._P“ ™urf ntn
to the flag and nhvsi-
you service that will he to your ! Commencing Monday last, the on i courtesy to
Honorable D. B. Reasoner, Coun
to me at my residence, in For
cal exercises were features of the est Grove, Oregon, within six món ths ty Judge of Washington county,
advantage. Upstairs in Ander
Oregon, made, entered and dated
school will “stand colors” each meeting. Scout Oliver Buxton from the date of this notice.
son block, room 2.
Dated this 1st day of February, 1917. on the 10th day of Jan uary, 1917,
morning. The Boy Scouts took gave first lessons in first aid.
and which said order requires th a t
Misa Aria Keen of McMinn
you appear and answ er said com
charge of the flag and raised it in
On Wednesday the boys met at
A dm inistrator of the E state of plaint on or before the 24th day of
ville and Mrs. W. B. Keen of
John W. Sherwood, deceased. February, 1917, and directs the said
.... came Tuesday to visit regulation . manner. Hereafter, a 5 o’clock and cooked their own
Summons to be published in said news
J . N. H o f f m a n , A ttorney.
Miss Nora Smith Keen of th« i JJro?*ry.11,n8tr“c!*d sqUa<? of *tu-1 suppers, u n d e r instruction of F irst pub. Feb. 1; last March 1, 1917. paper dated the 11th day of January,
,dents will participate each m orn-Scoutraaater Williams.
1917, and ending w ith issue th ereo f d a t
ed the 22d day of February, 1917.
, ing and evening at raising and. The scouts are taking keen in-
M i s s Ruth Patton returned
LANGLEY & LANGLEY,
Ksitiirilav after snemlintr a a |
I l°wer' nK ^ e colors. Assistant rerest jn every meeting as there is In the Circuit Court of the S ta te of
A ttorneys for Plaintiff.
Saturday, after spending
Masterg Buxt0n and Tay-
Oregon, for W ashington county.
perion of time taking treatments | ,or wi„ in8truct pupi|8 of th~e L in-18omeLhmK new doing all of the J. W. W atkins and L. E. W at
Notice to C reditors
kins. husband and wife.
for her eyes in Portland, I hey j coin and Central schools and time
In the County C ourt of the S tate of
Oregon, for W ashington County.
are much improved.
they, also, will have formal flag- supper a n d very s h o r t l y a
In th e m a tte r of the e sta te of Mary E.
R . 0 . Stevenson last week raising and lowering,
The Unknown Heirs of Anton
Pfanner, deceased, and all
Notice is hereby given by the under
shipped to the Bum mi Bay Pack
The Scouts wish to thank Dr. other persons or parties un
To the Public
signed. adm inistrator of the e sta te of
ing c o m p a n y of Bellingham,
known, claiming any in terest
Mary E. Muphy, deceased, to the cred-
Wash., a fine peacock. T h e
' itors of and all persons having claims
in the Complaint,
judge is becoming quite famous
against the said deceased, to file said
a disease which we all know is *he space alloted to them_______ To the Unknown Heirs of Anton P fan claims,
as a breeder of pea fowl.
with necessary vouchers, with
ner, deceased, and all other persons the said adm inistrator, a t the office of
On account of moving to Ida
or parties unknown, claiming any in
AAhile ordinarily the results are Notice is hereby given th a t on Mon- te re st in the Real Property described Hollis & Graham , attorneys, in the
ho, I have for sale the following:
city of F orest Grove, W ashington coun-
not serious, yet not infrequently day, February 19. 1917, the tax rolls in P laintiff's complaint:
One piano, in good condition;
to, Oregon, within six months from the
about 4 tons of good oat hay, and serious complications arise that f°r the >'ear 1916
date of the first publication of this no-
The first half
may even prove fatal or leave the the collect,on ,,f taxes.
You, and each of you, are hereby no- tice.
a nearly new water . power
.. w■ wash
of all taxes shall be paid on or before
tified and required to appear in the
Dated a t Forest Grove, Oregon, this
above-entitled Court and answer the
IS half on or before October 5th, follow- complaint of plaintiffs, filed against you Jan u ary 22d, 1917.
2 tons oats. W\ L. Cady.
W. H. HOLLIS.
a quarantine of those who ha\e j ing. In terest shall be charged and col- in the above-entitled cause, on or be
fore the 24th day of February, 1917,
A dm inistrator of the E state of
A Frances W illard Memorial
and of those w’ho have been lected at the rate of 1 per cent per said
date being a fte r the expiration of
Mary E. Murphy, deceased.
day meeting will be held with 1 exposed to it. But quarantine month' or ■ fraction of a month, until six weeks from the date of the first
ollis & G ra h a m ,
publication of this summons, and if you j
A ttorneys for the E state.
» " • , Marai"
I m e i i r n t u n i t n not. ^ i n i u u y A 1 p t u Ä o u i , fail so to appear and answer, for w ant i
* i I ! n j u r e , are efficient only
lf .th , at 2 :J 0 p.
rn . A special they are strictly carried out. and to the second half if not paid by thereof the plaintiffs will apply to the F irst pub. Jan . 25; last Feb. 22, 1917.
program h a s been prepared* All Aside from the many pupils who October 5th.** All taxes rem aining un- ^o rn p iaii^^to -w ir
or in * eir
are invited especially those who have not had the disease, more t,aid on October 5th shall become de-
T hat thé plaintiffs be adjudged and
have seen or heard Miss Willard, th a n h a lf t h e te a c h e r s a ls o h a v e linquent and on November 5th a pen- decreed to be the owners in fee simple
S u c h w ill he h o n o r a r y g u e s ts a t '
. , ..
. , alty of 5 per cent will be charged and : of the following-described parcel of
Such w.ll b e h o n o r a r y guests at not had It, SO that if there should colfected £ ereon. in addition to the in-
Property, situated in Washington
t h a t time. K. B. 1 enfuld, Ire s s jb e a widespread epidemic they terest provided herein. Any day a fte r
would probably come down with I th« expiration of six months a fte r the te r iff SecUoiT 14° T 2%4,°R 4 ^ oTuie ’
WHY DON’T YOU
Word has lately been received it, which would necessitate clos- I taxes charged against real property are W illam ette meridian, excepting, how-
r> a ~ r*\ in n Mm uMiiinlo
! delinquent, the Sheriff shall have the ever, two and one-half acres, more or
of I h t marnaite o( Gordon CUpp m g t h e «hools.
i r * h i .n d it ,h .ll b . h i. duty, upon d .- I . » ,
d .-« lfro m J.pth.,
on January ¡flat, to Maw Mavilla
We would therefore ask tile „L d , t . m a k . oat and
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Fletcher, a t S a n Bernardino, j hearty cooperation of all con- of delinquency against such property, also the E ast half of the N o rth east
Calif. Both a r e former F. U. 'Cerned in order
that the quaran- C ertificates of delinquency shall bear q u arte r of the Southeast q u arter of
ASK HIM ABOUT
On 8a*1^ Section 14. excepting therefrom all
students, and are well known by tin** mi,y he made as* fficient as in tere st at the ra te .. of . , 15 per
r* . u
th a t tiortion south \>f a line running
many here. Mr. Clapp gradu- j possible so as to limit the number or as soon as practicable a fte r October wes^ from the northw est corner of the
5th, the tax collector shall proceed to school house grounds, said school house
ated from a medical course in °f cases, and that every suspic- collect all taxes levied against personal tra c t being described in Book 43, at
San Francisco about a year and a iousoase may be reported either pro|>erty, and which shall have been l,aK*“
the Records of Deeds, and
half ago. They will make t h e i r to the family physician or to the unpaid, and shall levy upon sufficient w h e w f S e r o ? th r ^ u th w « [ nquar-
goods *nd chattels of delinquent ta x te r qf the N ortheast q u arter of Section
city health officer.
AND GET A HIGH CASH
home in Lindsay, California.
payers and sell same to satisfy said 14, T 2 N R 4 W of the W illam ette m er
J. S. BISHOP,
PRICE FOR YOUR
Uncle John Fletcher and his
tax, or said Sheriff shall charge said
City Health Officer. personal property tax ag ain st real thence W est to center of ditch, thence
better h a l f Saturday observed
down center of ditch to the South line
H E. INLOW,
property and said tax shall become a of the N ortheast q u arter of said Sec
their fifty-first wedding anniver
Supt. of Schools. lien upon said real property, and shall tion 14, thence E ast to the place of
sary by going to the home of
be enforced in the same m anner as beginning; also conveying hereby a
their daughter, Mrs. Walter Sar
| other real estate tax liens.
Pacific Ave. and Third St.
corner of the N ortheast q u arter of said
gent of Gales Creek, for a swell
* He*.»** t c ,
Section 14, running inence
With BOV Scouts Sheriff of W ashington County, Oregon, rod, thence W est to a point intersecting
dinner. Mr. Fletcher says this
conveyed, thence South
George Alexander. Deputy.
the tra c t alH,ve
time of spring fifty-one years ago
one rod. thence E ast along the q u arter |
On Saturday last, Chas. O. Roe
section line to the place of beginning,
A dm inistrato r's Notice
there was lots of water in this and J. A. Parker, representing the
given th a t the Coun- an‘*
claim of you and each of
Attorney At Law
section, m a n y bridges being school board, visiting the Scout* . Notice is hereby . r_
. . _
you upon said real property be decreed
ty C ourt of W ashington county, re- rtn(j ,jeo|ared to i>e nun a nd void anti
washed away and roads deep in in their new quarters.
Patent Office Business Solicited
gon, has appointed the undersigned as th a t the title of plaintiff in and to said
mud and water.
Later, Prof. Inlow came in. adm inistrator of the estate of John W. real property be quieted as against the F o r e s t G ro v e ,
THE BAILEY STOCK HAS
Now Is Your Chance to buy Merchandise of Merit
AT BANKRUPT PRICES!
98c, $1.29, $1.98
Bailey s Old Stand
IT IS TIME
Formal Flag Raising
at High Schoolconduct of the ^
F. A. Moore
School Board Meets