The Hillsboro argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1895-current, August 22, 1895, Image 2

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THE ARGUS
County Official Paper.
The Only Democratic Paper in Wash
,. - inffton County.
ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY
BY
Th Argus Pnblishing Company. .,
SUBSCRIPTION TWO,
Single ropy five cents.
One year, f 1.00.
. Six months HO cents.
.-' Three montiis 35 cents. ,
Entered at the Post-othce at , fr"ro
Oregon , as Second-clas mail matter. j'
THURSDAY, AUG 22. 1895.
. The practice of county treasurer
throughout thb west, of keepin
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pumie iunus in banka, as a mattti
oi convenience, has in nianv
worked peculiar hardships upon
bondsmen, and whre the countv
has a negligent suite of officers, up
on the whole community. There
certainly is one way of avoiding
this evil, if a bank must lie used.
In well regulated county affairs,
as in Washington county, for in
stance, no great fund is kept ahead,
but, as fast as one accumulates, it is
applied to the warrant indebtedness.
When one sees a fund on hand,
reaching up to many thousands, as
in the ca: e of Pacific comity, 'Wash
ington, where a bank failed at South
Bend recently, the crash Binking
some sixteen thousands of dollars
of county money, it lookB as though
bad management ran riot in the ad
ministration of affairs. Of course
the treasurer's bondsmen may be
able to liquidate the loss, together
with what the institution may pay
on the dollar, but it will be months
and months before the tanele will
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be straightened out, and even then
at almost endless expense. Fortu
iiately this county keeps no fuud for
the support of banking institutions.
i The old idea, a relic of the dark
j ages, that a person will be reward
I ed or punished in a future existence,
I for righteousness or evil committed
in this life, is fast falling into disuse.
'!; Since th evolution of the doctrine,
I legislators have not been content
I to rely on the Scriptures in this re
; grd but have constantly imposed
j penalties on the commission of
crime, even though they invoked
the Creator in the preamble of the
e statue. This fact conclusively
V shows that it was the sense of law
i ninkpra u-Vin nialmt iU ,...... .1 r
, , ,..., iiiu i.ui nit 011 van is ui
: the pwule, that reward or punish
nient, to be of any example, must
be meted out on and in the same
' plane where good was done or offense
was committed, and that immediate
example was of much more benefit
lUo civilization than all the uncer
"Utilities of scriptural promises.
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" Pacific county, Washington
1 elected a machine nominated cand
ndate to the office of county treasur
?r last fall, and as one of the direct
Results, has over 18,000 tied up in
1 certificate of deposit on an insol
11 rent bank, which will do well to
ny 10 cents on the dollar. With
n bonded indebtedness of $30,000,
V.nd warrants outstanding drawing
ititerest, it certainly seems a little
'Mrange that such a sum should be
';i reserve. Perhaps the treasurer
'as trying to keep the bank in a
5 lvent condition. As he is worth
Ut little, his bondsmen can now
!I: ay for the pleasure of qualifying,
. ' owever, if the bond is no better
ian that of a year back, Pacific's
? mimissioners may as well levy an
;.tra tax to cover an official's "mis-
iv, c irauii ,h iiuiuiug mat puo-
omce is a "private snap."
In every community, there can
irays be found people ofconsider-
le ability who make it a nil Ain pact
.dragging down the reputation of
.jera. T his class holds that any
t is liable to their attack and the
' ult is often a tragedy. Slander
lj scandal have in nearly every
ghuornonu some grave to mark
ir slimy trails. This simply
S to how that that the educated
te is the most dangerous of all
animal creation.
I ihr "Twin." of The Times wma
;
(IJiding editorial last week and
jl to palm it off on The Arous.
public at once recognized the
of the "smaller twin" and won-
5jd why he desired to credit this
f jr with his own effusion. The
va is willing to wager that it is
fil his falsehoods.
W;B. C. Denniston has succeed-
C. Donovan as passenger agent
' f Great Northern at Portland,
I. C. StvenB jjig now General
i ?rn tsseiijef Agent.
tr
motor company
reasonable propoptttoirTo
Hillsboro, for the building of a
motor Tine, all clanses should work
for the eouigumnation of a contract.
Such a line will be of inestimable
benefit to this section and the sooner
it is here, the better.
Hon. Jas. E. Campbell will again
run for governor of Ohio this fall on
wre unuutruui! UUKel, ana niS op-
,.- ,,. .. . .
ponent on the republican ticket
will be Bushnell. Campbell is one
of the strongest democrats in the
anal 1
Pague's Report.
WESTERN OREGON.
WBATHER-Smoke has prevailed to such
an extent during the past week as to pre
vent the sun from shining; the sun has
naa tne appearance ot a red ball of fire;
the smoke is produced by the extensive
forest fires in the Coast and Cascade
ranges of mountains. The temperature
has been lower than during the preceding
week, the maximum ranging from 70 to
90 degrees, the minimum from 46 to 56
degrees, except in a few scattered locali
ties and upon the higher agricultural land,
where, on Tuesday morning last, it fell to
35 aegrees; tms latter temperatnre allow
ed irost to torm in sections of Washing
ton, Clackamas, Benton and Lincoln
counties. No rain has fallen durine the
week; the mornings have been foggy.
As many corrspondents note, the days
have been warm and the nights cool.
- CROPS-Harvesting is almost over; some
late grain is yet to be cut, but the major
jiuniun 01 mi gram is now cut ana wrestl
ing is in progress. Much of the thresh
ing is finished also and the yields have
been about an average-in cases the yield
nas not oeen wnat was expected, hut,
taken as a whole, the yield is fully an
average both as to auantitv and aualitv
The frost on the morning of the 13th
slightly injured squash, bean and potato
vines in tne lew localities anected.
i Tbe Ptato crop,though a much larger
acreage than usual, will not yield per
acre tne normal amount; this decreased
yield is due to the absence of rainfall.
Since June 1st there has been rainfall on
June 14, 15, 30, July 4th and 5th, amount
ing to about three-quarters of an inch,
which total is two inches below the aver
age. The summer months are dry, under
uummi conditions, nence me excessive
dryness when only 27 per centum of the
normal amount of rain falls.
The wild rasp and blackberries are very
plentiful in the coast counties. A corre
spondent from Curry county reports that
good pickers can pick from six to eight
gallons a day. Some months ago it was
pointed out in these bulletins that by
utilizing thcripening of strawberries in
the various section of Oregon the season
for them would be greatly extended, and
so with the rasp and blackberries; they
ripen in the interior in July, and now the
latter part of August they are in the glory
of their season in the coast counties.
The onion croo of Washington countv
is affected by lice, which may materially
reduce the yield. The grapes are a full
average crop, and are reported to be in a
most flourishing condition.
1 he truit outlook is good; prunes are
now ripening; peaches are in the heieht
of their- season-and are generally an ex
cellent crop large shipments are being
maae. lue pear and apples crops are re
ported to De excellent, There appear
to oe iewer insects tms year than usual,
which fact is is evidently due to the great
er care given orcnaras.
The condition ot the hops remain prac
tically unchanged from last week's re
port. The burrs are growing, butowing
to the dry weather the ends of of the long
arms are drying up. The lice have not
become more numerous, and the damage
irom tnat source will oe ot small conse
quence. Picking will begin about Sep
tember 1st.
COUNTY NEWS
CENTERVILLE.
Harvest is about over for this year,
John and J B Delplanche have divided
their farm and will now havn a rain nf
tneir personal property and divide the
proceeds, jonn intends going east.
HermeiiH and Kudd'h thresher oncrine
uaviuif given out, uiey went to rortiand
Saturday to purchase a new one,
Mrs G M Reynolds anrl hnrtwn vnnncrpr
daughters, Edith and Elsie, are visiting
relatives, jur ana airs aiicnaei wren,
J Hi wnson Killed a larca hliip racer
snake Sunday. It was fully eight feet
long and as large around as a man's arm.
The Chinese Pheasants are not as nlenti-
tui around here as they were earlier in
ine season, xnere is a great deal ot shoot
ing going on and it should be stopped
until the season opens, so (hut 'nil ,.un
nave a snot at tne birds,
Tne close season (s none tnei lata in ti.u
fall as there are nlentv nf vimnr i.iniu
that are not more than a week old. The
sporting men of Portland are complain-
"ii "" wjnsuii in not opened soon
enough, but the trouble is it la tint lain
enough. The season should not open un-
v.i mo giaiu m nu cm, as inose fellows
from town respeet neither fences, tres
pass notices or standing grain, and the
farmer cannot afford to emnlov a mn
to patrol his farm anrl
off his place so that he can save his crops
w.i. Mciug waiujJBU UUU Kiujujcea down
by men and (loirs in spun-h nf linlnnrl
game birds.
N H Scheie! el was around criiHrnr uln
VERBOORT AND VICINITY.
Farmers are verv busv liaulinir their
n..l., IU I A " I. . 0 ...
u"'j luicwicu grain tome various mills
and warehouses.
Rev Father DeRoo left M1 Arn
ing td be present at the annual retreat of
the Catholic clerev which occurs at Mt
Angel. The retreat covers only the dio
cese of Oregon and will hold one week.
Joe Gleason, of Buxton, was among his
friends of this place, Sunday last.
School will be resumed thf Tat er tml
of September. Students should begin at
the commencement of the term.
The fruit of this Place ia verv nHim.
A . - J -
Those that have large orchards say that
the fruit trees are laden with more and
better fruit than thev have been for sev
uciii. csueciaiiv so wirn Mnnieannri tua..
erai years past. (
Born, to the wife of Henrv VaniW.
garden, on Aug 19, a son.
About thirty of Verboort's Peonle
went to the St Marv Orphan Home tn
assist with the exercises given by the
children, on Thursday last.
, Dr. Bailey of Hillsboro was in this vi
cinity recently, attending to work per-i
taming to bis profession,
BEAVERTQN.
David Purser and wife returned Tues
day evening from their trip. to che coast
where Uu-y have spent 6 or 8 weeks and
they both look greatly improved.
J DeLetU is some what improved since
our last writing.
Mr Emery Eldrige and wife of Port
land are iu town visiting relatives and
friends.
Otis Kellv recently had 2c hushels nf
0818 take.n om his granary in the dark-
S fiS trees stripy of their
I , . " oaut uure, ii iicse
I things are not stopped some one is very
liable to run up against the business end
of 8 shotgun while prowling around,
l.MKr.dh-
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j.iunuay oi mis weeK.
Mr Hughes has moved his residence
from the old place, where he had the
jrouuds nicely improved, to a new site,
ne mile distant. He will at once start
o improve the new location.
Paul Schmidt, who recently purchased
he smithy and tools of J Dei.etts. has
een very busy putting things into shape
d is now ready for any and all work
which may present itself.
. miss Bertha Morton was taken quite
in mesciay dui is now resting easy.
Threshing is about over in this vicin,
it and the yield generally has been very
guuu. me iarmers are well satisfied
barring the low prices.
FOREST GROVE.
Mrs Irons of Portland came out Thurs
day and is visiting Mrs Ed Friday.
Mr and Mrs P.oe and Mrs Shannon
and family went to the coast Monday,
Mr C H Rowe returned Monday from
Boston where he was in attendance on
the supreme Lodge of Good Templars,
A new bridge is being built to replace
the Davis bridge on the road bevond the
BUIUUUt
W H Braden. formerly of the Nehlpm
Journal, came to the city from Portland
oaiuraay ano me next morning started
un 1113 wneei ror XMenalem.
President McClelland Dreached in the
rirsi cong. v.nurcu in portland Sunday
Stephen Tupoer formeriv a r.anton
merchant is moving to Portland.
Farmers report liehter crops of wheat
uuu uais tnan last year.
McNamer's stage brousrht in nine naa.
sengers from Tillamook Friday.
iur una airs rrank Harrison came
over on Monday's stage from Tillamook.
The Wiltrout schoolhouse Hi sfrirf ft,
beyond Gales Creek, was burned in the
forest fire and the term, which ends this
week, is being completed in Mrs Dixon's
nouse. ine teacher is Miss Cox of For
est lirove.
Mr Geo Bacon is takin? a vacation this
wee irom driving tne Tillamook stage,
Mr and Mrs Newell Mac rum return.,!
luesday trom an outing trip at Netarts,
Mr Bert Porter of Gaston, and Mr Will
Fletcher of of Gales Creek were in tnwti
ruesday.
Miss Wagoner of Hillsboro.
panted by tier friend, Miss Johns, of
rortiana, visited tlielirove Monday.
Mr A Forter of the Madison & Ouimhv
m,"i "'-"ss1"' vaucj, was in tue urove
w eunesday on business.
General Thorp is preparing to move
soon with his family to Portland, where
n- nas been elected principal of the Wood
lawn Grammar School.
CORNELIUS.
Jap Reeves and Georue Hancoclc were
in Portland Tuesday 0:1 business.
Mr ieniiett, of Forest Grove was in
the city Wednesday.
C M Johnson visited Wapato Wednes
day. Mr Watson of Mountaindale was in
the city Tuesday..
Mrs A B Lewis is on the sick list this
week.
Carroll McNutt, Ed James, F S fivers
and Pate Wells started for the Netarts
Monday morning.
Miss Emma Jacquot came home Satur
day evening to visit a week.
Robt McNutt was in town Tuesday.
A B Lewis is again on the streets.
Nick Freeman's eyes are much better
and he is once more seen on the streets.
Miss Bertha Schoen, a daughter of F
Schoen, who lives about two miles south
of Cornelius, left yesterday evening for
Portland to be gone about six months
visiting relatives.
J Keim, who has been to the coast for
the past few weeks, returned fast Satur
day. Quite a number have left the city dur
ing the week for the seashore.
R A Clark has started up his chopper
and will chop qn Wednesdays and Sat-
uruayq. ,
Jim Palmer left Cornelius today tor
vuaicm w ViH ins pareutB,
LATE NEWS.
The Chinese are making it very
uncomfortable for missionaries in
the JMowery kingdom.
England is now afraid that the
UiutjBjl Mtates will eventually gain
militiilry control of the Central
American states. If Encland will
just consider the Monroe Doctrine
sue will discover that as far that
nation acquiring any territory in
mat Beciion is concerned, thin w
on of John Bull holds four aces.
lhe purchasers of the Orwm.i
Pacific road have already 'spent in
improvement, sometlnnu like $7S
00(), and the people in the territory
contiguous look forward to an east
ern extension of th. line. Thev
uco ttunk the company will build
to nugene in the near future.
I l OV...I . .
j. Ut layior, at one nine a very
prommest minister at The Dalles,
nas oeen placed under arrest and
taken east to answer serious charg-
ittvior eoni acres oi sand dunes
winch are more than worthless, to
cueiem people on his represent.
Uon that North Dalles was to he n
great city. Now the church people
Irom whom he received mnrtav nr
charging him with getting 'lucre
uy iaie pretense.
The Maryland populists are bad
ly divided.
Fred Merril, the bicycle dealer of
rortiand, has lieen Bued for divorce.
His wife asks for division of piop
erty and alimony..-.''
It is reported that the Qregonian
will soon devote one column of its
Sunday edition to the gonial whirl
of Portland's colored people,
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or at I iik A nut's otllco.
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and 1 hui-sduys.
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(Suoc.,jr to It Mfiid)
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turiiiug on Tuesdays, TliurNiluvHiiiid Nal
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or ut Tiik A 110 1' s.
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ii.iinfi. 4-.114UUV iti inis oiiice,
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ATTORNEY-AT-LA W.
Itoom 13, Morguii Block,
HILLSBORO, OREGON.
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Notary Public. . .
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HILLSBORO, OREGON,
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Sheriff's Sale on Foreclosure.
BY VIUTUE OP AN EXECUTION,
decree and order of sale, issued out of
me i ircuii court oi tne state of Oregon,
for Washington county, in favor of A. 0.
Hall hihI against JuliiiE. tioudie, Flora E.
Cults nml Thos. If. Tongue, fur the sum
of $ii;.! i, costs, and for the fiinhor mini of
$1878.0-'i, United States gold coin, with in
tertst thereon at the rate of eight ( 8 )per
cent. -r aiiiiiiiii, from the 30th day of Ju
ly, tWft. and IfoO.OO attornev's fee, and r,!
the lurtlier sum of 1250.00 United States
gold uoin with inturst thereon at the rate
ol (right tW per cent, per annum from the
29i h day of August, layj, and for the costs
and excuses of sale and of snid writ.
Niiw, therefore, by virtue and in iiursu
iinwol said judgement, decree and order of
sale twill, mi Monday the 23rd day of Sep
tember, IS1I5, ut the south door of the Court
House, in Hillsboro, WasliliiL'tnii Cninitv
Oregon, at the hour of 10:00o'(:loiik,"A. St.,
of said day. sell at public, auction to the
iiitriiexi UKiuer tor cash, tlie follow
viug-dc-
Ncnoeu real pioiiertv, to-witi
All ot that part of the North half of
the Donation i.and eluiiii of Joseph Hin-
in section eleven tin in
Township two (2) South Range two (2)
west ol the W ll lillietta Mer iilimi tl.ul
lies on the right hand of the center of
ine xuumuii river, sum norm null ot said
Donation liaud cluim being the part of
sam ijoiiiiiion t,uii(l claim, set off to said
Mariah Hinton, wife of suid Joseph Hin
ton, as her half of said Donation Iiimd
claim, the Dart of said Dmmtinn
claim, hereby conveyed containing One
Hlliiftrmi h'iflv V,n ..,! u...... iu. I
dredths (155.48) acres. Also all the Do
nation Land claim of Thomas D. Hum
phreys aud Elizabeth Ann Hn
his wife, ii) Section eleven (It) Township
tWO t'l) South linniru tun ( W.,mI ,,f tl.
Willamette Meridian, that lies on the
right hand of the center of said Tualatin
river, containing sixteen (1(1) acres, more
or loss, all of said lands being In Wash
ington County, Oregon, to satisfy the
hereinbefore named sums, and for the
costs and expenses of said side. -
Said property will bo sold subject to re
demption as per statute of Oregon,
Witness niy hand this 21st day of Aug
ust, 1895. H. P. FOUD,
bhenft of Washington County, Oregon,
By W, 1). IlKAUKoKli, Deputy.
Notice for Publication.
I.anii Omen at Orkoon City, Ob.i
N- - Aug. 3, 18!W.f
OTICE is hereby given that the follow-ing-nanied
settler has tiled notice of
ins niwiitioii 10 mitKe ti mil proof in iiui
liort of his olaiin, and that said proof will
be made before the Countv Clerk of Wash
ington county, at Hillsboro, Or., on 8eut,
1H, l5, viz:
Daniel Patton,
H. E. No. 7ttU, for the N E Sec 21 T 8 N
115 W.
He names the followim; witnessea t,,
prove his continuous residence upon and
uiLivutioii 01 nuiu muu, via:
N. Goodwin, of tilenwood, Oregon,
J. F. Goodwin, .'.?
Willis Trowe, " 1'
James 8. Htephenson, 11
20-6 IfoBKRT A. illei, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Lanb OrricK at Obkoos City, Ob.i
' Aug. 6, IKttt.l
ATOTICE Is herebv iriven that the foil, lu
ll : lug-named settler has tiled notice of
him intention to make tinal proof in sup
port of his claim, aud that said proof will
De maae Deiore tne Hegistcr and Receiver
V. 8. Land Office at Oregon City, Or 0 :1
September 20, 1805, via:
William 8. Gordon,
HK No. 8473, for the BE Scot, T 3 N
He nuiiies the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz:
A. V. Brown, of Forest Grove, Oregon.
Henry Huber, " Buxton, "
F. M. McDauicI, . ..
H. H. Kibby,
'20-6 . Robert A. MiLLKit, Register
Notice For Pablication.
Lasd Ornr at Orkoon City, Ob.i
' Aug.3,1805.f
Y OTIKE is hereby given that the follow
ll ing-named settlerhas filed notice of his
intention to make final proof in support of
Ilia Alain. n . . i .K ...Ml 1...
...d inllll, aiiu KlJOb DU1U JIUUI Wilt Ue
made before the Register and Receiver
U. 8. Land Ollice. at Oreiron Citv. Orimnn
un oufibcmuer it, iaK)t via:
Jacob Conrad,
If. E. No. 7!iC4 for the W S W See. 12,
T 2 N R 2 W.
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon aud
cultivation of said laud, viz:
J.S.Keller, of Portland, Oregon.
O.N. Prowl,-" Holbrook. -f
G. (5. Prick, "
C. M. Waltman, " "
.2W Rohfrt A. Mii.i rk, Register.'
.... ... U.. 4. tang - " '
PACIFIC DHIVERSITY
T1IREC COLLEGE COURSES
... Classical, Scientific, Literary.
rpiIE ACAD1CMY prepares for College and (fives a thorough Eng
lish Kducation; the best preparation for Teaching or Business.
All expenses very low. Board and rooms at the Ladies'
Hall, W to U per week, including tlectric light and hetit.
The College Dormitory, under excellent tniintigpnieiit, fur
nishes board and room at $2.25 );er week. Board and
room in private families. $2.50 and upwards. Many stu
dents rent rooms and board themselves at a total cost not
to exceed $l.o(l per week. The fall lerm begins yeptein.
ber 18. For full particulars address. i?V
Don't , !ky ii IFap
Coast Carriages and Ihiggies tJv c-,4 s-vm tr-k 1
are heot value for least 11101117; D"5 t Oil HtcLYlll
Discount on Prices but no
Discount 011 the Goods.
Particulars of Williams liros., Hillsboro, Ore.,
or M. M. Davis, Assignee Const Carriage & Wagon Co., Corvallis, Ore,
SMITH & BOWMAN,
ATTORNE YS-AT. LAW,
Notarial Work and Conveyancing.
Rooms 0 A 7 Morgan Wk., Hillsboro, Ore.
S. B. HUSTON,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
a NO
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Room 8 Union Hlock, Hllliboro.Or.
BARRETT & ADAMS,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Itooius 8 mid 7 Central Bloek,
Uillaboro, Or
T. H. TONGUE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
in MorKau block,
Hillsboro, Ortgon.
W. D.W0OD, M. D.
PHtSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Oftlce In Cheuette Row. Rmddenoa.
oornor Firat aud Main streets, HllUboro,
Oregon.
S. T. LINRLATER, M. B.C. M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OlUee at ltesldenco East of Court House.
C. B. BROWN,
niCNTIST,
u
HIM-SnoitO, OREGON.
UOLIl CROWNml URIIMiE work a
speilnlty. ALL WORK Giiarenteed.
Rooirm 1 unil a Morgiui illock.
Officio HoiniH: From 8 a M. to 4. p. M.
F. A. BAIMST, M.D. r. t, BAILT, a8.M.D.
DRS. F. A. AND F. J. BAILEY,
Physicians, Surgeons and Accouchers.
Offloe In Hillsboro Pharmacy. RchI
dence soutn-wmt corner Uiuellne ami
oeoond. All calls promptly attended day
or night.
JAMES PHILLIPPI TAMIESIK, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Sureoon Southern Pacific Hailrond Co.
Consultation ia French or English. Office
and residence south of Main near 3d St..
Uillsboj-q, Or.
WILKES BROS.
ABSTRACTORS and SURVEYORS.
Conveyancing and line map work a
specialty.
Lindsay Block, two doors north of the
postofflos. Second st Hillsboro. Or.
E. McNKIL, Rece ver.
TO THE
E A ST
....Gives the choice of.,..
TWO TRA NS C ON TIN EN TA I
ROUTE S
'at
SPOKANE
MINNEAPOLIS
AND
DENVER
OMAHA
AND
KANSAS'CITY
ST
PAUL
LOW RATES TO ALL
EASTERN CITIES
Ocean Steamen
Leave Portland Everv Five.
Dayg
-
FOR..,:,
SAN FRANCISCO
For full details call on or address:
W H HURLEURT,
Gen'l Pass Agent Portland, Oregon
Administrator's Notice.
"VTotice Is hereby given that the under
sipiieilhas been duly appointed ad
ministrator of the estate nf W M ll,
deceased, by the County Court of Wash-
ington county.
Oieeon.
and has dulv
quatinea as such aumiu
lstratur. All i&v.
sons having claims airninsl
hereby notified to present the same to me
at the law office of 8. B. Huston, in HIiIh
boro, with proper vouchers within six
months from this date. '
Hated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this loth duv
of"'?, 1805.-; "It.-'I'.-PiiMy.-Administrator
of the estate of W. M. Dud-
i i ry, deceased, jgj
ColAlowUJo
thomas McClelland,
forest drove, Oregon.
Until yon have seen a Coast Steel Gear
Mtinu'ftl. by Coast Carringe it Wagon Co.
w DELTA
DRUG STORE
(Next Door Bryan-I.aidlaw Co.)
Main Street,
Hillsboro.
, Ann line of Toilet Article, Rrushei,
I'oiiilw, I'oiftiincH, Fatont Modlelnes
and nperial uttention given
to (Inulity and Accuntoy.
Notice for Publication.
I.anii Orra-ic at Omtu'iN City, Oh.I
Aug. s, im.f
VTOTU'K is herebv given that the lollow
XI iiig-iiamed aeitler has Hied notice of
his intention to make Dual proof in sup
port of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before the County Clerk of Wash
ington county at Hillsboro, Oregon, on
Sept. ao, m, vi:
William Tolke,
H. K. No. 772U, for the HUH 10 i, W V
S K , 8 K S W M Wee M T8 N, It 4 W.
He mimes the following witnesses lu
prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, vln:
William M. Stephens, ot 'Huston, Oregon.
Clark Wbitcher, "
J. W. Saxton, " "
Herman Hunger, " 11
20-0 lloHitiiT A. Mai.r.R, Register,
Notice for Publication.
Land Orru at Orkuom City. Or.
Aug. ft, IM15. f
NOTICE is hereby given that tliu fullow-iiig-iiuined
sottler has lilt-d notice of
hi" inteiitiiin to make fuml prunf in anu
ixirt of hi. claim, and that said proof w ill
be made bvloru Hie County Clerk or Wash
ington comity ut HIIIhInim. llrvon. on
ISejit.LO, lK, viz:
J. K. Pannley,
H. K.7iHI, fur lhe s W i -8ec 1M. T
He names the following witnesses to
prove hit eontiiiuuus residence upon and
cultivation ol Hiiid laud, viz:
George riehtivider, of Oreunville, Oregon.
John Wustenavkei', " "
Edward .Mizen,
Fred Wilcox,
20-0 ltnHKtiT A, Mn.i m, Register.
Notice for Publication.
I.ANU OH'U'K AT OSKIION C'TV, Ob.
Aug. ft, IHM
TOTICE Is hereby given tlmt the follow
i.1 iiiK-named settler bus II leil nntii-a ,,('
his liilentioii to make linul nroof in sup
port of his ctiiim.und that said proof will
be made before the County Clerk of Wash
ington county, at Hillsboro, Oregon, on
Hept. 21. 181)5, viz:
William Tliuraton,
H. E. No. H441, for the NUNKK, W
8 E Sec 2X 1! !l N, 114 ft. '
He names the following witnesses to
prove his com inuous residence upon and
cultivation of said linul, viz:
Arthur Knox, of Buxton, Oregon,
K. E. Htucker,
H. T. Iluxtoii, " o
C. A. leterson, "
atWI RoiiKirr A. Mili.eu, Register.
Notice for Publication.
Land Omen at Orkuon Citv, Or. I
Nr , , , Aug. 6, 10U5.1
OTICE is hereby given that the follow -,
ing-iiiuned settler lias (lied notice of
his intention to make linul proof In sup.
port ot his claim, mid that said proof will
be made before the County Clerk of Wash
ington county, at Hillsboro, Oregon on
.September 21, 1MB, viz: '
Arthur Knox,
1L ENo.7r)42, for the N W 4 Hue. 27, T
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence uimn ami
cultivation or said laud, viz:
William Thurston, of Buxton, Orogon.
E. E. Htucker, "
H.T.Buxton, ,"
C. A, Peterson, " "
20-6 Robirt A. Mii.lsr, Register,
Notice for Publication.
Lamd Orricif at Orkoon Citt, Or.1
-&t.vit- i u i Aug.fi, 1HU5.C
TOl ICE is hereby given that lhe follow
11 ing-named sottfer has tiled notice of
his Intention to make linul proor in sun
port of his claim, and that said proof will
be made before tbe Comity Clerk of Wash
ington county, at Hillsboro, Oregon, on
September 21, 1)5, vis:
Fred Wilcox,
u KwNo' m' for tl"i 8 w y Hw-a T 2 N
He names the following witnrsses to
prove bis continuous residence upon and
cultivation of said land, viz: '
Edward Mizen, of Greenville, Oregon,
.lames E. I'unnley, i
George 8clnielder, " i
John Wastenacker, "
20-6 RoiiKH'r A.Mm.i.kh, Register,
Notice for Publication.
I-anu Okkicic at Okjkion City, Ob.i
...bih couiiiy at Hillsboro, Oregon on
September 21, 1H6, vis:
Henry B. Holleubeck,
J'- No. for the E U s W u and W '
m E feec. 22 T 8 N Range 4 W. '
,.mv.h!,.meMtie '"""w'1' witnesses to
J,ni h. 5 0o,'tlll",," residence upon hv
cultivation of said land, vis , a
a. h. v! voir ""' of lill?t0"' 0rTtu
J)hi Harms, ; n ' ,, . ...
Carl Grifner, " o
20-0 RobkbtA, MtiitiSR RegUte.
I,,,- ... . r ...v. vi
N0HCE is hereby given thai "lit! Ifollow
M. i "X:'.""""'1 "l,t,tlB' hHS liled notice of
his Intention t to make linul proof in suiw
A llrr ft- lbMix r
iort hi ots claim, and that said i)rnr wfl
bo made tiofore tbe County Clerk of Wash