Probes," and wins the QIIj* 3Fiír?flt Ö5rmi? lExprfaa , "Venom following tribute: te: "would aw noon final account a» such administrator of **’d the, 23d New Estray Law One good piece of legislation put a monkey wr ncn m the ma pawed at the late session is the 0viock A. M of «aid day, has b 10 been hi* rw»f list* . chinery of one he does not like, or estray i law, which goes into effect fixed by said Court as the time for Entered aa second dass matter Jan. 12, 191«. «t the po* toffies at Forent ÍJrove, of his political rival, as to score a M a y 21. Persons taking u p hearing of objections to said report, Oregon, under the Act of March 5, 1879 point for himself " estrays must yp ercise due dili- afM* ***• **l tlement thereof. C. U. COOPER, Mr Spence indicts the legisla gence to ascertain the owners, and THIJRHDAY, MARCH 29 1917 Administrator of the Estate of ture as "government by a mob, if none is found within 10 days an l.uther C. Cooper, Deceased. and the mob guided by the cun affidavit must be filed with a just M. B. & D. D. Bump, N O T E S A N D C O M M E N T S ning and selfish who find it to ice of the peace, reciting the facts Attorneys for the Estate. ll-.5t and the efforts made to find the their interest to continue t h e Loyalty to the flag does not require you SUMMONS owner If the justice is satisfied system." Circuit Court of the State of to hate your neighbor, even tho he may that due diligence has been used In the for Washington County. "The people," he continues, he will order notice of sale by E. J. Oregon have been born under the bag of a tyrant. Lambert, Plaintiff, "are fortunate in that no greater publication in two issues of a vs Lila Watt Jackson, Henry J. damage is done, and in having the weekly newspaper and at the ex- Wouldn't the food speculators of the paper. letters received Emma Watt Trullinger, piration of 25 days from taking Jackson, K. Watt, Jessie Smith Watt, look good on the filing line? after Tuesday evening will belaid initiative with which to enact up, the animals may be sold, and J. Ross (or Minnie W'att Nay fundamental laws and construct the proceeds applied to the ex Mary lor,) A. M. Naylor, Anna Gould “ lie virtuous a n d you’ll he over until next week’s paper. ive hgilatio n ." pense and reimbursing the person Naylor, Eleanor P. Naylor, Fred happy." Yes, and very lonesome. DO YOU KNOW K. Naylor, Evelyn Watt Blosser, "Why a legislature?” he says, holding the e'trays. Grace Watt Ross, Agnes S. Watt, The cooing dove of courtship That the Forest drove Express "is the question asked more and Olive Prichard, John Prichard, Washington County Transfers M. E. Hoxter, Charles S. Naylor, sometimes Incomes the screech is the only paper in Washington more by the people every year, GeorKe H. Marsh, Emma Marsh, The following real estate trans owl of matrimony. county that last week published a because the legislature is to a J. Wheelock Marsh, Winifred fers were recorded with the regis Marsh Whittelsey, Theodore map of the highways to be paved K*eat extent a dissapointment and Rattlesnake oil has gone to j Whittelsey, G. F. Schmidtke, a fai ure, and because the people ter of deeds at Hillsboro during K. E. Schmidtke, and-------------- $M .10 a pound, hut few people by the $<>,000,000 bond issue? the past week: Schmidtke, his wife; also all That the Forest Grove Express get better results at less expense Alexander Chalmers et ux to J. W. other are tempted to use it as a sub persons or parties un published this map several days through the initiative.” known, claiming any right, title, Marsh, right of way, $1. stitute for butter, anyhow. lien or interest in the real . . . before it appeared in the Portland i The question, ‘ Why is the legis W. L. Bieghler et ux to W. R. Whit estate, estate and premises described in A wife .sometimes gets her hus- dai|y pap<.rs ? lature a failure ” he answers by field, 4 acres Sec 14, 1 N 2, $10. the complaint herein. band into trouble. T hat’s what J. A. Wiles et ux to Flora Myers, Defendants That the Forest Grove Express saying: "Because it is not repre E. the wife did for the czar of Russia, is the only paper in Washington sentative, but is bul ied and brow- I.ot 2, Sec 3, 2 N 5, and SW quar of To Charles S. Naylor, F. Schmidtke and Schmidtke, his and her home is guarded day and county tha* has so far (issue of lieaien, and pulled hither and yon SE quar Sec 34, 3 N 5, $10. wife; Mary Ross, or Minnie Watt E. C. Henry et ux to Arthur Rose, Naylor, and to all other persons or night. March 8th) published the com by big lobbies and powerful in 37.45 acres Sec 22, 1 S 4, $10. parties unknown, claiming any right, Abraham Lincoln s a i d he plete bonding a c t referred to terests. It takes cut-and dried Thaddeus B. Stevenson to A. T. Bux- title, estate, lien or interest in the real and premises described in the demonstrations, letters and tele- ton, 39.66 acres Buxton D L C, 1 N 4, estate "would adopt new views as soon above (House Hill No. 550)? complaint herein.. Defendants: $60. That it is no unusual thing for I «rams that are o t- n inspired and as they appeared to be t r u e ...... D VT , , , I In the Name of the State of Oregon: * arne Williams to R. N. Cook, 1.1 You and each of you are hereby re views ’’ How many of you wou'd the Forest Grove Express to pub- financed by -elfi h in e ests as the H ( . r e jsjuy lor- D L C $l ¡ quired to appear in the above entitled lish important happenings before 1 ‘voice of the people.’ I- rewards Kate Lilly et at to Robert B. Lilly, f OUrt and cause and answer the com- do us much ? cunning and puts a penalty on S half of NW quar Sec 7, 1 N 4; also entitled suit, on or J before ™ ln the above the 9th day An eastern woman dressed in any otlwr county paper? 14 acres in Sec 7; also SE quar of NE of April, 1917, said date being after Ex- ¡ inieg. ity." That the columns of the two minutes and forty seconds quar Sec 12, 1 N 5, $10. the expiration of six weeks from the says an exchange That set ms ! Prt‘ss are open to taxpayers f<<r <á Í ‘Severe! reme des are suggest J. A. Watrous to F. A. Watrous, date of the first publication of this summons upon you in the Forest Grove reasonable, judging f r o m t h e discussion of the bonding question ed,” says Mr Spence, " such as a tract in Naylor D LC, 1 S 4, $1,000. Express, the first publication thereof I in articles not exceeding 300 woids j reduc d membership, abolition of J. Schneider et ux to Daniel Dea- being on Thursday, the 22nd day of clothing they're wearing now in length ? (Take either side of one hoU'e, It ngt hening i he session ville, 1 acre J. Wooley D L C, 1 N3 , February, 1917, and the last publica adays. tion thereof being on Thursday, the jo- taking the time limit off en $50. j the question you choo e). While the late spring is annoy Van Walters et ux to Casper Libel, -jt‘l ^a/ -^Pr*b 1917, and set up by tirely. a divided session, I miting et al, 57.31 acres Shepherd D L C, $10. way of answer any claim you, or any ing to farmers and gardeners, it NOT WAR MAI), you may have in or to the real prop the number of b:lls a member Ernest F. Brandaw et ux to Blanche of erty hereinafter described, and you will, no doubt, prove beneficial to BUT RIGHT may introduce, increasing the pay Ede, NW quar sec 2s, 1 S 3, $10. and each of you will please take no fruit crops by keeping the buds tice that if you fall so to appear and The Berlin newspapers, nat of members, a session once in cr- < i answer said complaint for want there- back until danger from late frosts urally desirous of the effect upon four years or once in ten years ’’ S h erin 8 b ale Of, the plaintiff will apply to the Court is past. Germans in America, ate publish NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That lor the relief prayed for in her com- "Each of the remedies men virtue of an attachment execution pla!nt' to'w‘t • Keep on advertising Stopping ing stuff like this: t'oned above might be an improve i by issued out of and under the seal of the - ^ or a decree adjudging the plaintiff an advertisement to save money I he American people are v\ ;ir : rnt-n I, a n d all taken t o g e t h e r Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, be the owner'in fee simple and in the ad It m ust be m ade clear tha l U i. _ I ; i : i ., for the Countv of Multnomah, dated actua! possession of all the following is like stopping a clock to save mad , Clear m a might be better, but It is like the 13th day of February, 1917, upon a described property situate in the time. Advertising is an insurance Ai merica IS the aggressor as *OOn j putting chunks in the ho'es of an judgment judgment duly dulv made made and and docketed docketed in in ( <>unt-v °f Washington and State of Oregon, and particularly described as policy against forgetfulness—it | as she sends her guns against our 0 ^ rajj f*.nce when the hogs are said court on the 25th day of January, follows, to-wit: 1917, and a transcript thereof duly filed Commencing at a point 425.7 feet compels people to think of you. U-boats. hung y and have no rings in their and docketed in the county of Wash South S* 30' West and West 259.5 N’o, the American people are noses and are wise to the chunks.” ington, state of Oregon, in favor feet from the Northwest corner of Somebody has figured out that of Fred Hoskins, plaintiff, and against the Stokes Donation Land Claim, said "Better build a new fence," he Oscar Johnson, defendant, for the sum beginning if he received a dollar a minute rather peace hungry than war point being in Section 31. of $53.85 cost and the further sum of for 2,000 years he’d be as rich as mad With o u r viewpoint on concludes. "A committee con- $813.45 with interest thereon from the in Township One. North. Range Three John I). R ockefeller The reason i Blot,t‘rn warfare, we surely ward »¡sting of d elegates from the Agri- 16th day of March. 1916,at the rate of 6 West of the Willamette Meridian, Published every Thursday at Forant Grove, Oregon. W. (’. Henfer, Editor and Publisher. flfii* ^ t\r . . . a ___ __ ................- l : . . . /•Al 1 r t • V I .. f» » 1 # . ' i t i . **• » w ii.ii i i i i c i c s i u i c r c u i i l i u i i i m O n d 11 tí .. ft r t f l n r. , . am 4 X« a .. n n . e ships along Other me to make sale of the real property like that. hereinafter described, heretofore at line of North Main street 164.5 feet; boats sent against them. thence North S93 30’ East 840.5 feet Says an eastern paper: “Om ‘ j be very easy for Germany to avoid ¡,e asked to formulate a plan to tached at the suit of the plaintiff in to the place of beginning, containing the above entitled action I will on Mon da* this week the thirty-five sacks j 1 rouble with U S "war mad” folks j be submitted to the voter, at the day, the 2nd day of April, 1917, at 3.22 acres. And adjudging that you and each of the South door of the Courthouse in of mail were taken from a neu by her keeping her U-boats away next general election, Hillsboro, Washington County, Oregon, you be barred and precluded from tral American boat by the Eng- from our ships. We hope she’ll do at the hour of ten o’clock a. m. of said claiming or attempting to claim any day, sell at public auction to the high- interest, title or claim to. or lien upon lish. It will he necessary to arm ^ ¡s, j)U^ ¡j sfle does no(( we wj|| MARCH . . . , ,, .. , est bidder for cash in hand, all of the the real property hereinbefore just boats carrying mails. Let a; treat ,8Ure|y become a bit "war mad.” In Alarch the climate has gone following described real property, lying. described, adverse to the title of the plaintiff therein and thereto, and that is crazy; one day is sweet and calm beinK »nd s i t u a t e in Washington the all countries alike. I hat the | Qnce “war mad,” we are pretty title of said plaintiff to said real County, Oregon, and more particularly property herein described be quieted right idea what is sauce for the savage. We’ve put up with rr.ui and h.izy, like something swiped described as follows, to-wit: absolutely as against any claim or goose should be sauce for the der, robbery and insult and only I ^rom Indian summer; the next All of the East one-half of lot num- any right, title or interest therein or ic • n ,*ld tim .. I** m*rv*a.• bered (13) of and in Spencers Home- gander. the same appears upon the thereto on the part of you or any of kicked out diplomats of one size ( - 1S‘,n 0 lil ,irm ’ hum m er, wi th 8tead> you. and that the plaintiff have judg As might have been expected, or another, and even under pre howling wind which so intense is, duly recorded plat on file and or record ment for her costs and disbursements as s:a>n as the supreme court de ent conditions our relations clared the Adamson 8-hour law Germany can be pe for trainmen constitutional, the let her not attack our publics tropic sunshine melts Said sale will be made subject to re- Express, a newspaper published and railroad managers ask the intei- leave decision as to who is the as per statute of Oregon circulated in Washington County. Ore siaie commerce commission per aggressor up to the Lord Port- you, and while a sudden deluge demption gon. pursuant to an order of the Hon Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this 16th drowns you, a streak of lightning mission to raise freight rates. land News. orable George R. Bagley, Judge of the day of February, 1917. above entitled Court, made and en • comes and downs you. No man And when the rates are raised, MASTER SPENCE J. C. APPLEGATE, tered on the 20th day of February, can say just what the weather Sheriff of Washington County, Oregon.. i 9 i 7 , and which order requires the Mr. Ultimate Consumer will get ROASTS LAWMAKERS summons to be published in the For By Geo. Alexander, Deputy. will he for two short hours to it in the neck, just where he In the last issue of the Grange est Grove Express for a period of six Geo. J. Cameron, gether. We’re sunstruck when at would have got it in case of a Bulletin, C. E. Spence, master of consecutive and successive weeks be Attorney for Plaintiff. ginning with the Issue thereof dated strike. Some day, when the peo the state grange, makes the fol noon we’re roaming and we are First pub Feb 22, last Mar. 29. the 22nd day of February. 1917, and ple get tired of paying through lowing comments on the recent freezing in t h e gloaming. Oh, ending the issue dated April 5th, 1917, Notice of Final Settlement and requires you to appear and ans March is fair and false and fickle, the nose, they will take over the ’ legislative session: said complaint on or before the in a pickle, NOTICE is hereby given that the wer railroads. "An incubator for political nm- and puts all mankind . . j undersigned, administrator of the Es- 9th day of April. 1917. Dated this 20th day of February. After reading the $(>,000.000 bitions” is the brand he puts up- and \e t we take her tantrums t«te of Luther C. Cooper, deceased, grinning, all pleased that she en- has filed in the County Court of Wash- 1917 road bond bill, as published in on the legislature. HOLLIS & GRAHAM Attorneys for Plaintiff. He calls Gus Mosher "Mush joys her inning. The grim old ington County, State of Oregon, his this paper March 8th, the editor winter’s gallivanting; that is the ■ ■ ' is of the opinion that the bill Gosher,” and says the main ques- should he passed at the June elec- tion with him was: "What effect moral of her ranting. Some final tion, but the question is import- will my vote have on my political fits this month is throwing, to celebrate old winter’s going, and PRINTING THAT ant enough to stand thorough dis- aspirations?” cussion, so letters, pro and con, Senator Conrad Patrick Olson spring is smiling at the portal, are invite«! from subscribers, for is commented upon as “Oilie Pat- and brings a b a l m to every WILL PLEASE YOU publication in the Express. Don’t ! terson with his weasel ways,” who mortal. And so we say, "Oh, March go to it! You’re chanting write unies you .have read the "plays the game, but he plays it proposed measure and then con- ' safe and establishes a reputation w inter’s dirge, beshrew i t !"—Walt P H O N E 821 Mason. fine your communication to 3001 for playing it fair, words, written legibly on one side Vernon Forbes of.Bend is called I Job printing phone 821.