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C»n Anyone Tell ?
Silver-laced Wyandotte eggs fo r !
J. H. Shear-
(Ham Walker Monday handed the
*11 tor the following (toom, without ex hatching, 50c for 13
plaining ita parentage |;
Where ran a man buy u rap for hia
Or a key for a lock of hia hair?
• 'an hia eye be railed an Academy,
llecMuae there are pupila there?
Mrs. Green f.illy and da ghter
of Dales Creek were in town Mon-
Evelyn Patton and
Aileen Hoffman were Portland
In the crown o f hia head what gems
Who travela the bridge of hia noae?
For Rent Seven-room house,
Can he uae when abingling the roof of with
acre of ground, on Sev
S L. Show.
C*rd of Thanks
The undersigned desire to ex-
presa their appreciation fur the
floral offerings given by the em-
ployes of the Pacific Coast Milk
Products company for the funeral
of t h e i r husband and father,
Frank C. Orth, and also to the
friends and rw ighlwjrs for expres
sions of sympathy and good will.
Mrs. Minnie Orth
The naila on the enda o f hia toea?
Mcsdames Royal Malttriss and
Sa<ah Greenwood of Kdgerton,
Wis., old-time fr ends of Mr. and
M rs J T. Butler, visited at the
Butler home the latter part of
ing. $100 for 15. J. I. W. Dur- last week, departing f o r their
Can the crook o f hia elbow be aent to stpn, Route 1, Forest Grove, Ore. homes Sunday.
Wanted -Some t u r n i p s
What doea he raiae from the alip o f hia
cow feed. South P a r k Dairy,
( ’ has. D. Staley, Prop.
Who playa on the drum o f hia ear?
And who ran tell the cut and atyle
Blue Andalusian eggs for hatch
O f the coat hia atomarh weara?
Miss [.aura Parker of Portland
And if ao, what did it do?
(low doea he ahurpcn hia ahoulder gave a short, but interes'ing, ad
dress Sunday before the Congre-
I'll la- bunged if I know, do you?
jgational Sunday school.
Thoae Sudden Change«
He knew ahe had a heart o f ire,
And yet he aought to win it;
lie thought it would be cool and nice
In aummer, could he be in it;
Hut a woman lovea a man to fool,
Aa he found when he got her;
For, inatead o f keeping cool,
She kept him in hot water.
The County Seat
Wuhlnirtun County Editorial AuociaUon
N - wp, !tur«-au
There was a family dinner of
the Dai ling family Sunday in
A. C. Shute is suing Wm. H. Eccles,
honor of Mother Darling's eighty - et al., for $30,000, with interest and
$2,600 attorney fee».
i fifth birthday anniversary.
i i .
The State Industrial AccidentCom-
! he reguh.r business m.et mg r-f minBion hai| brought suit against Fred
the W. C. T U • will be held with Wenger, operating a logging camp, for
Mrs S. G. Morgan on Friday, $50.11. claimed an premium» on insur
March 2nd, 2:30 p. m. K. B. ance for defendant’s employes.
Notice to Taxpayers
Notice is hereby given that on Mon
day, February 19, 1917, the tax rolls
for the year 1916 will be opened for
the collection o f taxes. The first half
o f all taxes shall be paid on or before
April 5th, following, and the second
half on or before October 5th, follow
ing. Interest shall be charged and col
le c t«! at the rate o f 1 per cent per
month, or a fraction of a month, until
paid. "In terest at said rate applies to
the first half if not paid by April 5th,
and to the second half if not paid by
October 5th.” All taxes remaining un *
paid on October 5th shall become de -
linquent and on November 5th a pen
alty o f 5 per cent will be charged and
collect«! thereon, in addition to the in
terest provided herein. Any day after
the expiration o f six months after the
taxes charged against real property are
delinquent, the Sheriff shall have the
right, and it shall be his duty, upon de
mand, to make out and issue certificates
o f delinquency against such property.
Certificates o f delinquency shall bear
interest at the rate o f 15 per cent. On
or as soon as practicable after October
5th, the tax collector shall proceed to
collect all taxes levied against personal
property, and which shall have been
unpaid, and shall levy upon sufficient
goods and chattels o f delinquent tax
payers and sell same to satisfy said
tax, or said Sheriff shall charge said
personal property tax against real
property and said tax shall become a
lien upon said real property, and shall
be enforced in the same me. ¡ill«! r as
other real estate tax liens.
J. C. A P P L E G A T E ,
Sheriff o f Washington County, Oregon.
George Alexander, Deputy.
Grace Watt Ross, Agnes 8. Watt,
Olive I'rlchard, John Prichard,
M E. iloxter, Charles S. Naylor,
George H. Mursh, Emma Marsh.
J. Wheeloek Marsh, Winifred
Whlttelsey, O. F. Schmldtke,
K. E. Hchnddtke, and--------------
Schmidtke, his w ife; also all
other persons or parties un-
known, claiming any right, title,
estate, lien or Interest In the real
estate and premia«« described in
the complaint hereiiw
wife; Mary Ross, or Minnie Watt
Naylor, and to all other persons or
parties unknown, claiming any right,
title, estate, lien or Interest In the real
estate and premises described In the
In the Name of the State of Oregon:
You and each of you are hereby re
quired to appear in the above entitled
'•ourt and cause and unswer the com
plaint filed against you in the above
entitled suit, on or before the 9th day
of April, 1917, said date being after
the expiration of six weeks from the
date of the first publication of this
summons upon you in the Forest Grove
Express', the first publication thereof
being on Thursday, the 22nd day of
February, 1917, and the last publica-
Hon thereof being on t Thursday,
i » » » ) »
5th day of April, 1917, and set up by
way of answer any claim you, or any
of you may have In or to the real prop
erty hereinafter described, and you
and each of you will please take no
tice that if you fail so to appear and
answer said complaint for want there
of, the plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief prayed for in her com
For a decree adjudging the plaintiff
to be the owner in fee simple and in the
actual possession of all the following
described real property situate in the
County of Washington and State of
Oregon, and particularly described as
Commencing at a point 425.7 feet
South 8“ 30' West and West 259.5
feet from the Northwest corner of
the Stokes Donation Land Claim, said
beginning point being in Section 31,
in Township One, North, Range Three
West of the W illamette
running thence North 8° 30' East 166
feet; thence South 89° 30’ W est 865
feet to the extended East line of
North Main Street in the city of
Forest Grove, Washington
Oregon; thence South along the East
line of North Main street 164.5 feet;
thence North 89° 30' East 840.5 feet
to the place of beginning, containing
And adjudging that you and each of
you be barred and precluded from
claiming or attempting to claim any
interest, title or claim to. or lien upon
the real property hereinbefore just
described, adverse to the title o f the
plaintiff therein and thereto, and that
the title of said plaintiff to said real
property herein described be quieted
absolutely as against any claim or
any right, title or interest therein or
thereto on the part of you or any of
you, and that the plaintiff have judg
ment for her costs and disbursements
herein, and that she have such other
and further relief as may be just and
equitable in the premises.
This summons is served upon you
by publication in the Forest Grove
Express, a newspaper published and
circulated in Washington County, Ore
gon. pursuant to an order of the Hon
orable George R. Bagley, Judge of the
above entitled Court, made and en
tered on the 20th day of February,
1917. and which order requires the
summons to be published in the For
est Grove Express for a period o f six
consecutive and successive weeks be
ginning with the issue thereof dated
the 22nd day of February, 1917, and
ending the issue dated April 5th. 1917,
and requires you to appear and ans
wer said complaint on or before the
9th day of April. 1917.
Dated this 20th day of February.
H O LLIS & G RAH AM
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Milton C. Hurt has petitioned for ad
Joe A. Wiles would like to
mitting to probate the will o f Mary
B. Y. Hoe of Waputo was in 1 write your insurance. Will give Agnes Cooley, deceased. The estate is
you service that will be to your valued at $1,000.
the city Saturday.
advantage. Upstairs in Ander
Public sale bills print'd at the
son block, room 2.
John Keating and Ellen M. Ryan;
Administrator’ « Notice
The bill abolishing the county Ward O. Hoffman and Marie Stevens.
Miss Donna Mack returned
is hereby given that the Coun
reco1 tier’s office in this county
ty Court o f Washington county, Ore
Sunday from a visit at Salem.
failed to go through, and was
Mr. Gilpin is on the sick list. He gon, has appointed the undersigned as
Warranty deed and m ortgage! beaten in the house. It is said
has been quite ill for the past two administrator o f the estate o f John W.
blanks fur sale at the Express o f- , that Meek and Bowman were
weeks, having had several hemorrhages Sherwood, deceased, and that Martha
Sherwood, appointee, has duly qualified
against the proposal, holding that in that time.
The members o f the Ladies' Indus as such administrator.
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell are the - it would not be a money saver,
All persons having claims against the
proud parents of a fine daughter,: and that the office should be trial club entertained their husbands at said estate are hereby notified to pre
an all-day meeting last week at the
, j distinctive within itself, and not home o f Mr. and Mrs. Buckley. With sent the same, verified as by law re
quired, to me at my residence, in For
For Rent- F’ive rooms in house
adjunct ol the clerk’s office.— the exception o f a very few, every man est Grove, Oregon, within six months
accepted the invitation. There were from the «late o f this notice.
just west of I^iughlin Hotel. In- j Hillsboro Argus,
Dated this 1st day,of February, 1917.
quire at this office.
In a letter renewing his sub- "e a ts ” galore, from chicken to mince j
M A R T H A SHERW OOD,
pie. The men declared they had had
Miss Jessie Goodman, who has ■ tubucription t o t h e Express, the time o f their lives.
Administrator o f the Estate o f
John W. Sherwood, deceased.
been seriously ill for the past ¡' Ralph Yakel informs the editor
Will Haney is moving to the old
J. N. H o k fm an , Attorney.
that he has been promoted from Thatcher place and Mr. and Mrs.
week, is slowly improving.
First pub. Feb. 1; last March 1, 1917.
to superintendent of ¡he Thatcher will occupy the Haney house.
Miss Rose Kennedy of Portland
Mrs. Harry Miller has been ill for the
SherifF s Sale
visited Sunday at the home of Paducah, Ky., public schools. past week, but is reported greatly im
N O TICE IS H E R E B Y G IV E N , That
her aunt, Mrs. Rose Olmsted.
wiih 104 teachers in her schools
The final dance given by the Thatcher by virtue o f an attachment execution
Misses Dee and Belle Darling
and Mr Yakel is to be eongrat- Club at the home o f Mr. and Mrs. Will issued out o f and under the seal o f the
enjoyed Ethel Bury more in "T h e
ulated on having been appointed Haney last Saturday evening was a Circuit Court o f the State o f Oregon,
for the County o f Multnomah, dated
White Raven,” at Portland last Ì
to so importanl a position and he big success in every respect and the
neighborhood, as one body, wish to ex- tbe HJth day o f February, 1917, upon a
states that he was surprised when tend their thanks to Mr. and Mrs. judgment duly made and docketed in
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cover of 'the place was offered to him
Haney for the many enjoyable evenings said court on the 25th day o f January,
Oregon City, formerly of this city, M r. Yakel was formerly an in spent at their home.
1917, and a transcript thereof duly filed
are rejoicing over the arrival of a structor in Pacific University and
W. B. Simmons is well settled in and docketed in the county o f Wash
ington, state o f Oregon, in favor
son last Sunday.
1 his many friends in that mstitu- hiH new home at the James West place o f Fred Hoskins, plaintiff, and against
and has been doing a rushing business
For Sale Cheap- Good team o f ; tion will be pleased to learn of in shoe repairing.
Oscar Johnson, defendant, for the sum
work horses, weighing between his upward climb.
Some o f the young men o f the neigh- o f $63.85 cost and the further sum o f
1100 and 1200. R. 0. Stevenson,
borh«o<i have organized a Boys’ Club $813.45 with interest thereon from the
and are holding meetings at the homes 16th day o f March, 1916,at the rate o f 6
Phone Vine 2.
M is. Madden, a returned mis o f the respective members. Oyster per cent per annum, and for the further
Mrs. Norris L. Rogers, former-!
$75.00 with interest thereon
sionary from Japan, will be n suppers appear to he the main object sum
ly Eunice Bernard, returned t o 1
from the 25th day o f January. 1917, at
F’orest Grove next Tuesday. She
the rate o f 6 per cent per annum, to
her home at M cMinnville Mon-!
will deliver an address at 2:30 p. to do some wonderful things later on me directed and delivered, commanding
day evening, after visiting with
me to make sale o f the real property
m. at the Chi istian church parlors,
The young people o f Thatcher are hereinafter described, heretofore at
her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. R. I
under the auspices of the local preparing a minstrel for the literary tached at the suit o f the plaintiff in
Bernard, since Friday evening.!
the above entitled action I will on Mon
auxiliary ol t he Christian Women's program on March U . Everyone is day,
the 2nd day o f April, 1917, at
Mrs. Bernard has been ill for the
Board of Missions, before a union welcome,
the South door o f the Courthouse in
past month, hut is so far im-|
Hillsboro, Washington County, Oregon,
gathering of the mi-s onary ro-
at the hour o f ten o'clock a. m. o f said
proved that she expects to leave
cietie- of the city. Then again in
Frank Allen, the cattle buyer, was day, sell at public auction to the high
Saturday for a visit with her
est bidder for cash in hand, all o f the
the evening she will deliver an il picking up stray cattle here Sunday.
following described real property, lying,
«laughter and son-in-law.
John Raines and family visited at being and s i t u a t e in Washington
lustrated lecture on Japan
W H Y D O N ’T YO U
County, Oregon, and more particularly
The Express force is this week offering will be taken to defray the Heisler home Monday.
C A L L ON
Oscar Smith was seen on our streets
busy getting out 23,000 pieces of her expenses.
A ll o f the East one-half o f lot num
printed matter for W. C. Emmer-
bered (13) o f and in Spencers Home
Mr. and Mrs. Madden are mis
Mr. Ohler is some better at this stead, as the same appears upon the
son & Co , of this city, manufac sionaries to Japan under the For
duly recorded plat on file and o f record
turers of the "C inch” gopher trap, eign Christian Missionary society.
Harrison Heisler is moving to his in the office o f the recorder o f convey-
ances for Wasnington County, Oregon,
and Manager F]mmerson informs They are at the present time on a ranch again.
A S K H IM A B O U T
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to satisfy the hereinbefore named sums
John Wilson hauled a load o f flour an(j f or the costs and expenses o f sale
the Express that he has four men furlough to America and are edu-
P R IC E S O N
and said writ.
assisting him in turning out traps eating their children in Eugene for Ayers & Mainland Monday.
Herb Smith and family are visiting
Said sale will be made subject to re
enough to supply the demand. this winter. M r. Madden is a
Mrs. Smith’s folks, Mr. and Mrs. demption as per statute o f Oregon.
The trap is sound in principle, member of the “ Men and M il I Cicero Hines.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this 16th
well-made and sells at a rea on- lions” Campaign Team and is
Mrs. Parrett has gone home for a day o f February, 1917.
J. C. A P P L E G A T E ,
A N D G E T A H IG H CASH
able price, but it wa< for a time I kept busy going from place to couple o f weeks on account o f sickness, j
Mr. and Mrs. Howell were at Mr. Sheriff o f Washington County, Oregon.
P R IC E FOR Y O U R
bard to convince eastern and' pl ace in America, presenting the
By Geo. Alexander, Deputy.
Vincent’s at a card party Saturday
PR O D U C E ?
northern farmers that the "Cinch” mission fields and work of Japan.
Geo. J. Cameron,
was better than any of the other Mrs. Madden, while staying in
Attorney fo r Plaintiff.
Report is that there is from two to
pub Feb 22, last Mar. 29.
good traps on the market, But Eugene with her children, makes five feet
anoW on the mountains.
Dr. Via was called Tuesday to see |
they are learning this and, as a shorter trips presenting their
Pacific Ave. and Third St.
Jeff Hayden’s boy, who, it is feared, |n the Circuit Court of the State of
result, orders are rolling in. S ev-1 work.
Oregon for Washington County.
en big jobbing houses are now
The people of Forest Grove
W e hear that Mrs. John McRoberta K J. Lambert,
handling the traps in Illinois, have an opportunity next Tues has the measles.
N . HOFFM AN
Ella Watt Jackson, Henry J.
Reana Lee is visiting at Oscar Jackson. Ertima Watt Trullinger,
Iowa, Nebraska and Minnesota, day of not only hearing more
J. F. Watt. Jessie Smith Watt,
with many orders coming direct about Japan but seeing what is Smith’s, at Glenwood.
Attorney At Law
Cecil Kyle and w ife are visiting Mrs. Mary Ross (or Minnie Watt Nay
from farmers who have seen or actually happening there under
Office Business Solicited
K y le’s mother, Mr s .
Macculum o f
Naylor. Eleanor P. Naylor. Fred
heard of the ‘ ‘Cinch.’
NOTES AND PERSONALS
F. A. Moore
E. Naylor, Evelyn Watt Blosser,