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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1917)
CONDENSED NEWS NOTES
D on’t buy an ice cream freezer
until you have seen the triple
motion machine on sale at the
The Kxpress prints butter wray- Gordon Hardware store.
| mts with non-poinonnus ink.
I W e furnish repairs for Deering,
Money to loan Y’alley Realty Champion, Osborne, Milwaukee
C o., Forest («rove, Oregon.
and John Deere binders and mow
Pearl W Williams has moved e r s. d o ff Bros, Forest drove.
up dales Creek to work for W . H .
T o have your sewing machine
run easily, get your oil at the
deorge d . Hancock, real es Book Store; guaranteed to be
tate, farm loans and fire insur pure oil and not to gum.
ance, new Anderson block.
| M r. and M rs. Edgar Medwed
Found— M a n ’s purs«.
recovered at this office.
M ay be
LION Special SUITS
from this long-established concern that supplies the
apparel needs of Men and Boys, assure of correct
garments at economical prices. The utmost in val
ue and lasting satisfaction.
G U I KUHN
Morrison at Fourth and
166 Third Street.
Two Stores in Portland
Double S. & H. Stamps
F. O. Ex.. 7-12-17
the place o f beginning, containing 69.8 by the County Court of Washington
The following real estate trans
Now, therefore, by virtue o f said ex-1
Dated this June 21, 1917.
fers were recorded with the regis ecution, judgment, order, decree and
MATTHEW S. WEIR.
order o f sale, arid in compliance with
ter of deeds at Hillsboro during the commands o f said writ, I have lev-
ie<l upon and will, on the 30th day of
H. T. BAGLEY,
the past week:
July, 1917, at the hour of 10 o ’clock a. 1
J. W. Seavey et ux to Gales Creek & m. o f said day, at the front door of
Wilaon River R. R. Co., 3.99 acres in S the Court Ifbuse, in ’ Hillsboro, said
county ihd state, sell at public auction,
half of S half Sec. 33. 2 N 4, $10.
Notice is hereby given that the un
subject to redemption, to the highest
A. J. Hateman to (»ales Creek & Wil bidder for cash in hand, all the right, dersigned Administrator of the estate
son River R. R. Co., 5.31 acres o f NE title and interest which the witnin- of W. N. Thompson, deceased, has filed
quar and NW quar o f SE quar. Sec 26, j named defendants, or either o f them, with the County Court o f W’ ashington
had in said real property above de county, Oregon, his final report in said
2 N 5. $10.
scribed on the date o f the mortgage to
Arthur Mitchell to N. H. Schiedel, plaintiffs herein, namely Oct. 7th, estate and the Judge o f said Court has
60 acres or all o f NW quar of SW' quar 1913, and all the right, title and inter set Monday, July 23d, 1917, at ten
and N half o f SW quar of SW quar of est which the said defendants, or either o ’clock a. m. o f said day, at the Court
or any of them, since have had in and House, as the time ano place o f final
sec 15, 1 S 4, $1.
Joe A . Wiles would like to out breaking any bones.
to the above-described real property,
H. J. Seeck et ux to Frank B Ford or any part thereof, to satisfy said ex hearing on said report.
write your insurance. Will give
et al, tract near A. T. Smith D L C, ecution, judgment, decree and order
you service that will be to your
of sale, interest and costs.
1 S3. $10.
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, June
L. I)<joley to Gales Creek & Wilson
L angley & L a n g le y , Attorneys.
advantage. Upstairs in Ander
River R. R. Co., strip of land in sec 31,
First pub. June 21; last July 19.
J. C. APPLEGATE,
son block, room 2 .
1 N 3. $10.
Sheriff o f Washington County, Oregon.
M is . N . L . Williams and son,
By Geo. Alexander, Deputy.
Notice is hereby given that the un
M. B. and D. D. BUMP,
I>on, arrived Friday from Omaha Corvallis, July 1 0 .—M any bean
Attorneys for Plaintiffs. dersigned has filed with the County
for a visit with the family of L . growers of the Willamette Valley conducting an electrical supply
Court of Washington County, Oregon,
First publication June 28th, 1917.
M . draham , who is a brother to and Western Oregon are contract house in this city for the past six
his final report in the Estate of Rosanna
months, has sold his stock and I
Notice o f Sale
Anderson, deceased, and the 3rd day o f
M rs. Williams.
ing the sale of their 1917 bean
business to M rs. Alyce Todd and | Notice is hereby given that under August, 1917, at ten o ’clock A. M. has
M rs. H. B. M oore came up
has enlisted in the navy.
The and by virtue of an order duly made, been set by said Court for the final
from Portland M onday and ship This has come to the attention of
rendered and entered in the matter of hearing o f said report. All persons in
sfock has been moved to the Todd
ped I)r. M oore’s office furniture Dr. Hector Macpherson, head of
the estate o f Alexander S. Weir, de terested will take notice and file any
p:ace, on lower Main street.
in the County Court o f the objection to said report on or before
to Astoria, where he will practice
Oregon f o r Washington said date.
J. M. HIATT,
Notice o f Sheriffs Sale
ral College, who says that the
County, on May 28, 1917, authorizing Langley & Langley,
M rs. L. I). Hell was in Hills practice is entirely one-sided and
and licensing the undersigned adminis-
Oregon, for Washington county.
boro last week to visit her brother, un business-like.
Agnes Belle Mocroft and Lavina F. trator o f said estate to sell all o f the
timber standing and growing upon the
‘ ‘This one-sided contract,” said
Ijowell Brown, who has enlisted
DR . H . C. F O R T N E R
following described real property situ
in the marine corps and is now
Daniel T. Thomas and Millie H. Thomas, ate in W’ ashington County, Oregon, 1
bean districts of the valley, “ guar
his wife, H. W. Wait and Julia F.
at Mare Island for training.
DR. H. W. VOLLMER
Wait, his wife, and Charles D. Ed
antees the growers nothing and
The North half o f the Northwest
Lloyd Newton, process man at
still they have to pay for it. That
By virtue of an execution, judgment, quarter of Section 32, T. 1 S. R. 1 W.
the l(x*al condenser,- has been at
In First National Bank Building
is, there is no guarantee that the decree and order of sale duly and le of the Willamette Meridian, at private
gally isaued out o f the above-entitled
Chehalis, W ash., the past two
bean crop will be sold for any circuit court and under the seal thereof
weeks teaching the process work 1
NOW THEREFORE. I will, from Residence 332
more than the grower could get in the above-entitled cause, to me di
rected, dated the 27th day o f June, and after Monday, July 23, 1917, at the
to a new man at the condenser
for it— or even as much and a 1917, on a judgment duly rendered and law office o f H. T. Bagley, in the
D. D. & M . B . B U M P
considerable percentage of t h e entered in said court and cause on the Hillsboro National Bank building, in
M rs. Eva Adams spent Friday market price will go to the selling
Attorneys at Law
nes Belle Mocroft and Lavina F. Mc Hillsboro, Oregon, proceed to sell at
at the H. J. Rice home at Haynes agencies.
Coy, plaintiffs, and against Daniel T. private sale all o f the timber now
Loans and Real Estate
Thomas and Millie H. Thomas, his wife, standing and growing on the real
Station, where M rs. Trageser a
“ Although the acreage has been and H. W. Wait and Julia F. W’ ait, his
D. D. BUMP.
M. B. BUMP,
sister-in-law of Mrs. Adam s, is re- greatly increased in this and other wife, defendants, for the sum of property above described, said timber Residence
being sufficient to manufacture ap Forest Grove.
cu|H*ratin», after an operation at states there is no indication that $1,000.00, with interest thereon since
Oct. 7th, 1915, at the rate o f 7 per cent proximately 1800 cords o f wood. Bids Phone 444
the Hillsboro hospital.
the price will be forced d o w n .! per annum, and the further sum of will be received at the law office o f H.
$89.60 attorney’s fees and for costs
The newly-elected officers of The demand is enormous and con and disbursements o f said suit, taxed T. Bagley, and the purchaser may bid
N .H O F F M A N
upon the entire body o f timber; or up
Forest Rebekah lodge will be in tinues to grow. For this reason at $38.60, and also the costs of and up on the basis o f a fixed price per cord,
on said writ, commanding me to make
Attorney At Law
stalled next Wednesday evening, the growers had best keep the sale o f the following-described real to be paid after the same is converted
into cord wood and prior to the removal
Office Business Solicited
July 18th and all members are marketing in their own hands and
o f the same from the premises, and
ty, state o f Oregon, to-wit:
urged to be present.
Visitors get all the profit there is to be
Beginning at a stone, the re-entrant said sale will be subject to confirmation Forest Grove,
corner on the west side of M. M. Watts
D. L. C. and running thence north 1 1
degree 30 minutes east 18.37 chains to
a post on the north line o f said D. L.C.,
thence following said north line N 88
degrees 54 minutes W 48.22 chains to a
jioint where said north line crosses the
center line of County Road No. 118;
thence following center line o f said
County Road as follows: S. 51 degs.
Fruits and Vegetables in Season
31 mins. E. 3.03 chains: south 57 degs.
45 mins. E. 4.90 chains; south 35 degs.
24 mins. E. 7.12 chains; south 11 degs.
08 mins. E. 3.22 chains; south 41 degs.
15 mins. E. 7.96 chains, to a point
where the center line o f County Road
crosses the south line o f said D. L. C.;
South Main Street
Forest Grove, Ore
Allow an O R EG O N -EL E C T R IC A gent to
thence following said south line nortn
89 degrees 39 mins. E. 31.22 chains, to
Assist in Planning Pleasant
dilbert Potwin returned to his and Louis Crawferd, all of Bux
job in Portland Saturday, after a ton, visited at the fl. Lidyard
ten-day illness at the home of his home the latter part of last week.
parents in this city.
The short-burner “ B on-A m i”
Miss Heth Sexton, who is taking kerosene stove brings the heat
a course in nursing at the dood close to your cooking utensil.
Samaritan hospital, Portland, vis 1 See it at the dordon hardware
ited friends in this city M onday. j store.
Hurry and get that swell new
Kenneth, the 12-year-old son
summer suit. John Anderson is of M r. and M rs. N . R Brown.
savin» it for you and it is up to- ; fell out of a tree last Thursday
the-minute in style at a reason ¡evening and bruised himself up
¡quite badly, but escaped with
Washington County Transfers
Bean Growers Can Sell
Their Own Crops Best
H. T. GILTNER
T H E P -L -E -A -S-E
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FIN E TR AIN SERVICE
Summer Season Fares in Effect Every Few Days
to the principal Cities and Resorts
o f the East and North.
OLD PEYTON GRAVELY )
MADE THE FIRST DLUG
O F TOBACCO THAT EVER!
g r a v ely
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TAKE- IT FROM BILLY POSTER,
HIS BILLBOARDS ARE
SPREADING THE: GOOD NEWS
Round Trip to San Francisco, including meals
and berth, from any Oregon-Electric station,
$32 for 30-day ticket and $35 round trip for
. 90-day ticket.
J. E. FARM ER, Agent