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KILLSBORO ARGUS, JULY 17, 1902.
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Intend t th Post-office at HilUboro,
Oregon, as 3eoond class mail matter.
LUCIUS A. L0S0, EDITt)B.
County Official Paper.
ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY
The Argus Publishing Co
8uWrjtlon: One Dollar per Annum,
Six Month, 60 eta; Tare Months 35 eta.
Opposed to Gold Mono metallism. Be'
licves la the Bimetallic Standard.
Dear Money means Debased Property,
and Profitless American Product. Our
Consequent loss Is oar Creditors' Gain,
Has no use for Marcos A. Ranna
NO NKBD TO WORRY.
The Independent should waste no
time in worrying as to whether
The Argus will, or will not, sup
port a Cleveland-Hill democrat for
the nresidenc?. There is but little
probability that the bankercrat
democrats will win out, but if they
do, The Argus will support them
not. On the other hand, it will, in
case of a "re-organiiation victory,"
support that party, which will
mean the greatest defeat of the
skulkers. But the real democracy
of the country has not yet laid
down its fight and we all expect
to see the Independent and Messrs
Hill and Cleveland fighting shoul
der for bauk and trust domination
Take a pride in your own coun
ty; talk about it, and when you
write your friends in the east, tell
them of our Droepects. There is no
question but what we are more fa
vorably situated, as a farming
county, than any of our sister sec
tions in the Northwest, we are
within a day's ride by team to the
biggest and nest market ia the en
tire Northwest, and that market
will grow beyond our most san
guine expectations. We can sup
nort a DODulation three or four
times as large as we ha?e, and all
can be assured of plenty. The ex
position will do much for Wash
. ington county. People from the
East want homes here, where they
will have no crop failure, and
where such a thing as extreme heat
or cold is unknown. It is one of
the test in the state and will be
Smith, of "Burn and Kill" fame.
has received a mild censure from
the War Department, and has been
retired from active command.
is but a few weeks ago that the
"cuckoo" press was jumping with
both feet upon those who dared
deprecate the actions of the irre
pressible Smith. What change has
come to the spirit of the adminis
trition's dream? Why are they
"shooting" our soldiers like Smith
in the back? Why are they aid
ing the Fillipinos by openly ad
mitting that Smith is not humane?
Is it possible that our adminiBtra
tion is turning traitor to benevo
lent assimilation? It should
left to the "antis" to deplore the
methods of "Hell Roaring" Jake
Are our ''rulers" getting womanish?
Some paper up the valley thinks
that only politicians are desirous
of having an extra session. This
is very amusing, considering the
fact that the politicians are the
ones who are rebelling against the
possibility of such a session. All
of the "push" are against it, be
cause it will mean living up to
both ot the party platforms. This
they do not want as it will mean a
reduction of the salaries in some of
the fat offices. Depend upon tai
eaters to always be "anti" when it
comes to legislation that will de
crease the profits of the pothouse
The meeting at the court house
last Saturday evening was an en
thusiastic gathering, which looks
well for progressiveness. There
was a unanimity of sentiment that
speaks well for the future. Let
there be a united Hillsboro, and
location and resources will do the
rest. The attendance of farmers
from east of town was gratifying,
let the good work go on.
Shady Brook Rev. McLain, the
new minister for the Shady Brook
district, filled his first appointment
here Sunday. Harvey Northrop is
building a new residence Born,
July 2, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas Nor
throp, a daughter' t red JNorthrop
and Mies Grace Harris were Port
land visitors last week. Measles
are still prevalent here.
Real Estate Transfers.
Carl L Thompson to A B Ham
mond x inton Timber Co,
160 a tec 28 1 1 s r 6 w. . . .$1200
Co, e J n j J f , i j n e
J and n e J n w sec 8 t 3 n
r 4 w 160 a 1000
Thos H Tongue to arah Gra-
bel 100 a Henry Sewell d 1 c 5000
Mary and Sarah Smith to IV
ter Josse SO a D Ienox o I c iJO
Jacob Sinkbeil to Abraham
Baldwin S a Andrew Harper
F Strobel to I J Bauhnian lot
f7 Cornelius Environs 850
Annie Pomeroy to Emma
Pomerov j It blk 24 r Urove oOU
Joseph Simon to M J Kinney
n j o e j I e i n e j and n e
iseJeecS ton r5 w..,.1000
James S Witham to Jos and Thos
Kerr sasecbtjnrjw 150
S S Barnes to J M Greear 90 a in
Thos Hart die
W H Skairss to E G White 5.35
IB Hillsboro boo
Henrietta Smith to Irene Brown
It 66 Cornelias Environs ion
Mary B Dolstrum to Jno DoUtrum
ioa a Hlkanan alter a 1 c . . . 700
Effie Aspell et al to L L Crawfi rd
3IJ a see 10, 15 1 1 n r 4 w...... 34b
Carl Pederson to Andrew Boos pt
lot 1 blk 7 Forest Grove too
Emma Tncker to Maggie Hage-
uian pt d 1 c Chas J Merrill boo
A Johnson to James Titus tract
near Raleigh 35
Notice of Final Settlement.
Xotice is herebv given, that the under
signed has riled in the Countv rourt of
the Mate 01 Oregon, Tor Washington
County, the final account in the matter of
estate qf Fannie T. Neep, deceased, and
said Court has set Monday, the 2ih day
of July, 19 '2, at 10 a. in., at the Countv
Court "room in H illsborw, Oregon as the
time and place of hearing objections to
said tinal account, and for tho final settle
ment of said estate.
Dated this June 18th, 1902.
JOH.V NEE P.
Eiecutor of the last will of Fatmie T.
Geo. R. Bagley, Atty for Executor.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Xotice is hereby riven that the under
signed administrator, Willi tlie will an
nexed of the estate of Thomas Stewart
deceased, has filed his final account with
the County Court or the state or Oregon,
for Washington County, and that suitl
Court has fixed the 11th day of August,
1902, at 10 o'clock a. a. or said day, at t tie
County Court room in Hillsboro.Oregoti,
as the time and place of hearing objec
tions to saia nnai account ana die nnui
settlement of said estate
Dated at HUlsboro, Ore., this July 17,
Administrator, with the will a ne xed,
of the estate of Thomas Stewart, deceased
Notice ol Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby riven, that the under
signed administrator has riled in the
County Court of the stale of Oregon, for
Washington County, his final account in
the matter of the estate of George Thine,
deceased, and that said Court has set
Monday. July 21 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m ,
at the County Court room in Hillsboro,
Oregon, as the time and place of hearing
objections to said account and the final
settlement of said estate.
Dated this Jure 1!, 12
HERBERT G. THIXO,
Administrator of the estate of George
Benton Bowman, Attorney for Admin
In the County Court of the State of Ore
ong for the County of Washington
In the matter of the Estate of Mai tha
To John R. Spencer, Lillie M. Bright. O.
R. Spencer and Edith Spencer, his wife,
and to all persons interested in this es
In the Name of the State of Oregon yon
are hereby cited and required to appear
in the County Court of the State of Ore
gon, for the County of Washington, at f lie
Court room thereof, at Hillsboro, in the
County of Washington, on Monday, the
28tii day of July, 1902, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, then and there to
show cause, if any there be. why an order
should not be made herein authorizing
and directing the Administrator-tie -boms
non of this estate to sell the following de
scribed real proerty belonging to this es
tate, at public sale for cash in hand, to
wit; Lots 7, 8 and 9 of and in Block IS of
Simmons' Addition to the Town of Hills
boro, Oregon; the north two thirdsof Lot
4, 6 and 6 of and in Block 2, of Simmons'
Addition to the Town of Hillsboro, Ore.
on; and Lot 1, Block Si, in the Town of
West Portland Park, Multnomah County
Oregon, as prayed for in the petition of
sain Administrator filed herein.
Witness, the Hon. L. A. Kood. Judge of
the County Court of the State of Oregon,
for the County of Washington, with the
seal of said Court affixed, this 2fllh day of
June, A. D. 12.
(Attest.) GEO. A. MORGAN".
I!y J. W. Morgan.
H. T. Bagley, Attorney for Estate.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX, THAT
the undersigned trustee of the estate of
Sarah Klineinaii and Joseph Klineinan,
bankrupts, by virtue and in. pursuance of
an order made on the 5th day of Juiy,
1002, in the matter of said bankrupt es
tate, will, on the Pith day of August,
1902, at the south door of the Court
House, H Hillsboro, Oregon, at 10 o'clock
A. M , of said day, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash in hand, all
of the following described real property,
Being a part of the donation land claim
of Isaiah K( Isay and wife, Claim No. 67,
TIN R 3 W Will. Mer., Washington
County, Oregon, situated in section
said township and range, and boundtd as
follows: Beginning at a point, bearing
north 42 77 chains west 9.81 chains fron
the southeast corner of said township,
which point is the southwest corner of the
tract of land conveyed to Thomas S.
Wilkes by Louisiana Billings, on tha 24' h
day of November, H'M, by doed recorded
on page 75 of Vol.27, Records of I'eeds
for Washington County, Oregon, and run
ning thence north 40 degrees and 50 min
utes cast, in center of county road, 4 til
chains; thence south 89 degrees 08 min
utes east 2 50 chains: thence south 52 de
grees west 4.15 chains to the center of the
county road; thence north 8! degrees 1 8
minutes west 2.74 chains to the place of
beginning, saving and excepting how ver
from this tract, the land conveyed hy K.
A. Harris and husband to 8. T, Crow, bv
deed recorded on page 28, Book ' W of
the Records of Deeds of Wsslnngto
Dated this July 7.h, 1002.
Geo. R. Bagley, Attorney for Trustee.
Call on David Kuratli, Phillip?,
if you have lost a dark brown Jer
Bpy cow, with calf at side.
in M MONS.
In the l",
ea;t Court of the State ot Ortj-
l.cipeLl InYis. plaintiff, vs. Hannah R.
UrHsli-ur, Ai'.v-v t-leniniK ami J. It. Flem
ing, in r hUNUin.i; Mitune limber. Susan
lit .is!.t r lit ih'Lis uul AuUei'soii Ko 11
ou;s. iur h.;ui;it; (tattle liruncer Keyn
o.is, alt l h.u'ii s Kin liouts, her luisUuut; j
J. uu J. K..iaiil, aiut kuruili, ht
wile; Vii v.oKier Mil. all. Klsiiclli Ka-
win ta;ti iiii.t fc'later, her hui-
u . !; Mk a huratlt, Jacob Kuratlt.
1 isuiiitlt. Mariin Kuiallt. Jn
-...... ? v'"
is kui.ult. Anna lirbara
Albcrtm. her luistviiut.
. Oswalt) KuratU. Kisbvlh
(uiiuil, liosa l.uoiiutior 1 Inner, aiut
n.i;M'. h r hiisivuul; KIsie l.uestnuer, J,i-
vti l. i.iiiir. l.isl-cth ilvtsser Saxcr and
!aer. her liustiaiut; Jacob tSctswr.
Anna (.Jeisst-r Suiser and Sulacr. her
husinul; An:ia liartvira ielsscr Sulser
uut Mnser, h-r hustunit; Kas;sir
iu'iner. lie nneh Tanner, Johannes Tan
ker. J.u'i Tumier, KUinlH'th Tanner,
H.ir'.'.Ki Tanner. Anna Tanner. I'lrleh
u ini.r. .K im i,aii!er. Jacob Hahler. Ce-
i .1 K uuunii. illumi O. Huenumn ami
ratty bueiiuinn. hi wit, Carrie (.iarrett
son. and l. U. iiarrvltsun. her husband,
Krank ti. liiiemann. v.harles llueraann.
Fi.'t an tm nnuui. Waller Ituemaitn, Kd
w:ul Uiumaan, and Henry ltuemann.
Agatha i-uemanii, Maria Itlicniaim. Jo-
ha.i tieorye ittieiuaun, Joseph Antiine
luicinann. .Marina Mnir. ami J on an Ja
evh King, her husband; Agatha Jollier
and Ai touia Jollier, Minnie bucmanu.
rraiii .svst iuo :;aiin, Anmas bue-
maun. llernian Bueiiiaiin, Clotilda Bue-
niaiin, .Villoma Kaedler and Andreas
Kaedlei, herhustwnd; Joseplia lUlelliann,
loritaiui aMUs Itank, a corporation
and kkhaid Nixon, receiver of tho Port
land having liank. defendants.
to Alexander KuratU. Klstwuh KuratU
:tr and Mater, her husband
N k'.aus Kuratlt, Jacob Kuratll, Helnrtch
Miiaiii. A-artia Kuraiii. jus Kiiraui,
.Mk aus Kumtlt. Anna RtrNira AltH-rlln
a:ui Aleertin. her hustximt; Maths
Kuratlt, t"s,i!d KuratU, Klsiivtb Kurat
!i. Kosa t.ue.nncor (lauer. and tiau-
i-r. h-T husNind. Ktsie I.eiuinKer. Jaaib
l.eiu!)iter, Ulsbeth i;lsser !S.xer. and
jsiver. her hnsivind: Jacob Uelsaer,
Anna Ci eisser Sulser. and 8ulser, her
hust-and; Anna llarlvira (Uisier Sulser
and S.ilser, her husband; Kasper
Tanner, lleinrieh Tanner. Johannes Tan
ner. Jacob tanner. Kliiabeth Tanner.
l-ar'ara Tanner. Anna Tanner. I'lrleh
i5ah!r. Jacob Uahler. Cecelia Huenmnn.
W illiam O. Kuemann and Patty llue
mamt Ms wife, Carrie Uarrettaon and p.
O. tlarrettson. her husband: Knink H.
Huemann. Charles Hueninnn, Klorlan
1'iinmann. Waller Kuemann, Edward
Huetnann and lleiirv Itueinann, Aitalha
liiieinaun, Maria Bueniann. Johan George
Hiieniann. Joseph Antone Itiienuiiil,
Martha King, and Johan Jacob King, her
husband, Agatha Johler and Autonia
Jollier. Minnie ltuoinann, Frana Xaver
Hueinann. Andreas Bueniann, llernian
lliieinann, Clotilda bueniann, Autonia
Kaedler and Andreas Kacd.lt r. her hus
band, and Josephs Bueniann, the above
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
and each of you are hereby commanded
and ren.iired to appear In the above en
titled court and cause and answer the
amended complaint therein nled against
you and each of you on or betore the ex
piration of six weeks' publication of this
sum 11 ons in the llillslHiro Argtis, begin.
nic; with the issue thereof dated June 1.
I2, and ending with the issue thereof
dated the 21th of Julv, VA'i. and that you
aniar ana answer on or nctore ine said
J-tth day of July, lkr. And you and each
of von w ill please take notice that If you
fail to so appear ami answer said amend-
cd ron'plaint, the piamtitf w ill apply to
tiie court lor the relief prayed for and de
manded 111 111s amended complaint lili
therein, to w it;
First For a decree that that certain
deed of conveyance made, executed and
delivered by Lemuel F. Braahear and
Hannah K. Prashear to Jacob Brtiftger,
uuci i-enrniry 1,;, irfi, ana nitvi tor rec-
or 1 Fcbri.ary IS, lvii), and recorded on
ace W of lti.k "C" of the Records of
t.'eeds lor ashlngtnn countv. Oreuon,
ciiiiveyiug the S K. of Sec 7 and lots
! and J ai d the w's of the ne'i of Section
! Townpfiin 1 north. Range 1 west of.the
. M.. m wasninirton county. Oreuon,
e ref- rmod and corrected to conform to
ire ;ij;r emc'iia of the parties thereto,
ma!e ad entered Into prior to the execu
tion and ili livcrv thereof, and that the
Tvine of tre crrmtte. Jacob llruger.
-.vhcri'.er the s;i-ne neriirs. tie mads to
read J.M'fll! P,r:l OGEIt Instead of "J.V
Co'. itrtlfSC.KR" and "JACOB BRAQ-
Second For a decree that that certain
ed of convex anee made, execited ani
'Vdlvcrrd bv Jacob F.rilcger to Oenrgp
r.ueTinnn. ri.ited April 11. 1S(B, and fllel
Ter record jitunrv s. PmiH. and recorded
on nae of Hook "K" of the Records
of deeds for Mnshlnffton co'intv. Oregon.
for nil of Hip S. K. of said See. 7, Tnwn-
h!n 1 north. Ttint'e 1 west. Will. Mer.
and eonruinins W acres, be reformed and
corrected to conform to the agreements
of the rarlles thereto, made and entered
!nn prior to the execution and delivery
bereof. Pid that the name of the
(."an tec, Cimrr Ibiemann. therein, wher-
ei-e- tho same occurs, be mane to read
fJKOPCK BCFMAX.W instead of
THrd -Fir a decree that that certain
deed of eouvei-nnce made, executed and
.lo'lvn-cd bv Jncoh Rruceer on the 11th
.ay ot Ai'i-ii, l-ix, and reorded on page
.y ot Bo-iK "II." ut tho Kccorda ol Deeds
:or v asMiiijtun county, Oregon, for (tie
said , 1., V 01 sec. i, luwi.aiup 1 .North,
uuiiie. i we.t, Will. Aler., containing Itij
aviea, l y reiormed and corrected bo as
10 coiiionn to the agreements of the oar-
ilea therei'i, made and entered Into prior
10 tlie e(;cutioa ana delivery thereof.
or:d tn'tt the n tioe of the grantee, George
iSio.-rn.iiin. wlierever the same occurs
!! I1 in, leu made to read OKOI'.IIE HUE-
il.v.Ms. Insiead of GKOKGK BO.VIAN."
F'jiirth For a decree appointing a trua-t-e
unu- r 1 he last will and testament of
John K'iniiith, deceased. In the place
ami stead ol the said 1'ortiand Havings
I'.aiiK. and mat such trustee so appoint
1 d 1 authorized and empowered and di
rected by a decree of said court to make,
execute and deliver to the plaintiff here
in a deed of conveyance of all the said
s. K ol section 7. Township 1 North.
ii;teiie 1 west, will, Mer., containing 16)
iu r. h. conveying alt of the lntereat, right
and tlile.ihni said Portland Savings Bank
aco ifred under the terms of said last
v.-1 ! 1 txv.A testament of said John Kunrath,
Fifth- For a decree adludtrlne and de
cree-rig this plaintiff to he the owner In
fe -itii pie absolute, of all of the H. K. H
of Hi cifon 7, Township 1 north, Range 1
west, of the Will. Mer.. In Washington
county, Oregon, and containing 1W acres,
rnd of e- ery part and parcel thereof.
Sixth For a decree adjudging and de
creelne that the claims of the above-
named derendaniH and each of them Is
a cloud upon the title of this plaintiff In
and to said real properly; that said cloud
rt removed and that each and all of the
fie', ml 'tils In this suit and all persons
claiming by Ihrotiirh or under them or
either of them lie forever barren and pre
eliirhd from claiming any Interest, right
or tjtjp of. in or to said premises, or anv
nart or rarre! thereof, and for such other
and further relief as may be necessary
a-'d nropor In eioiny and good conscience.
This srmmons is published ngalnst you
and earh of yoi mirsnant to an order
Tn.'e'e ! v T Ton. T.ouls A, Rood, County
.Tn.Ve of Washington county, Oregon, on
the p'th diiv "f June. I!r2. and which
d, r directs that this summons be pub-
lo-heri ep'iin?L you and eacn or you. in
the IHl's'-oro Argus, once n week, for
six co'isecctive and successive weeks
comrncneln with the l"ue of snlrl news
paper dated nine 12. 1'i02. and ending with
hn (-"no of sr. Id newspaper dated July
21, I'"!!, snd that, vott and each of you
nirnear and answer said amended com
plaint on or before tlio expiration of said
six weo'-V'tuibllcntion, to-wit, on or be
fore Julv 21. i:io'.
GEO. R. nAGT.F.Y.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Notice to Contractors.
Notice is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the County Clerk
In Hillsboro. Oregon, on Mon., July 21,
1f'02. at 10 a m . for building long bridge.
1 mile west ot Hillsboro, and li II at west
end of bridge.
i'lnns dud specifications may he seen at
county clerk's ollic.e from July lb'
Also bridge across Dairy c-eek, at Alex.
Chalmers' place, ilids to l opened
August (I, JO02. Specllications may be
seen nt clerk's ollice after July 2Sth.
I,. A. KOOD,
Mv or1er Commissioners' Court.
Hillsboro. Ore. July 10, 1002.
Lint, yearling heifer, red and
wliitH, riRvv bell, black strap. Re
ward Dan Stoller, Lenox.
NOW IS TIIE
Early Comers Get the
This is'the beginning of the end of the Summer Season, and
now is a good time to choose a light-weight or outing suit.
bvery suit in our store is for
goods include a number of exclusive patterns rarely found in
suits ready to wear.
These are to be found among the striking new K. N. vV
F. styles, such as the "Kenmore," "Harvard" and "Crom
well," which are the leading types of sack suits.
.We sell the famous Drew-Selby shoes for Ladies',
?2..so, voo, .sq. run
H. Wehrung & Sons,
Sept. 1 6,
IS THE CIItCUIT COURT OP Till
STATE OF OREGON FOR WASH
W. V. Wiley snd John Denrls,
J. N. Swift, Hilas K. Swift, Eliza
beth Bwift, Fred L. May, a mi
nor, and Paul Baker, minor.
TiFred I. May and Silas E. Swift, two
of the above named defendants:
In the name of the State of Oregon:
You and each of you are herehy com
manded and required to appear In the
above entitled oourt and cause and an
swer the complaint therein filed against
you on or before the expiration of six
weeks publication of this summons in
the Hillsboro Argus, beginning with the
issue thereof dated June VI IMi, and end
ing with the issue thereof dated July 2i,
11102, and that you appear and answer on
or betore the 24th day of July, 1WH, and
you will please take notice, that if you
fail ti so appear and answer said com
plaint, for want thereof, the plalutiU's
will apply to the Court for the relief pray
ed for in their complaint tiled therein,
For a decree ordering and adjudging
the following described real property, ly
ing, being and situate in Washington
County, Oregon, to-wit: Keginnlng at a
point on the Kant line of the Donation
Ind Claim of K. 8. Tupper and wife in
Section l.'i, T. 1 8. K. 4 W. in Washington
County, Oregon, iil.d7 chains Nouth, WA
doKrees Kost of the Northwest cornet of
the Iaud Claim of J, 0. Pierce, which is
1 lie ftortneast corner or the Donation
Land Claim of the said K 8 Tupper;
thence West 87.03 chains: thence (South
Wi degrees East 04.78 chains to the Mouth
boundary of the laid luppor Donation
Land Claim; thence Kast on the said
Month line to the center of the Tualatin
river; thence down the channel of said
rivor. to the point where th s river crosses
tho East line of said Donation Land
Olaim; thence North 'U degrees West on
said boundary line to the placo of begin
ning, containing w acres, owned In com-
mon by pl.lt.tT0W and defendants, to be
sold by a referee appointed by the Court,
and that the proceeds ofsuch aalo of said
real property ne partitioned hetwecn the
pluintiuSand defendants as their Interests
may appear by said decree, and r.ir such
other and further order as may he neces-
sary and proper In the premises.
This summons is served against ) 011 by
publication by order of the Honorable U
County. Oregon, made and dated at Hills.
- ..ruiau. VII, iko V. . .ni,,iifi
boro, Oregon, on the 9th duy of June,
11102, and which order prescribes that this
summons be published in the Hillsboro
Argus once a week for six consecutive
and successive weeks beginning with the
issue of oaid newspaper dated Ji ne VI,
1902, and ending with tho issue thereof
dated July 24, 1002, and that you appear
and answer on or before July 24, 1902.
GEO. R. BAGLEY,
Attorney for Plaintiffs.
Best of the Good Things
sale at a great reduction. Our
stock ol uiildren s shoes, .y
Stiito . . .
Graduates of the School are in constant do
tuand, at salaries ranging from !H0to$!UO
per month. Students take the state exami
nations during their course in the school,
and are prepared to receive State Certificates
on graduation. Expenses range from $ 120
to 1175 per year. Strong Normal course
and well eauipped Training Department.
For Catalogue containing full informa
E. D. Resslcr, Treutlen i,
or J. U. Uutler, Secretary.
Notice Is lieroy plvnn that nt a g.ner-l
olectlon held in Washington County, Ore
gon, on the 2nd day of June. llr, ' m.
Jority of all the voten cant In said Cotmiv
wore against swlnn ru lining nt lurue in
said Washington County, Oregon.
Now. therefore, In purNiianee of Section
8-UM of Hill's Annotated Laws of n,e-.,ii,
in sixty days Irom thn dale or this notice,
it shall ho unlawful for swine to run ut
large in Washington Comity, Oregon, no.
der penalty of Five liollurx fur the, iir,
offense and Ten Dollars for eaeh mid ev
ery subsequent offense, to he recovered
from the owner ofsuch swine
Dated at Hillsboro, Oregon, this Willi
day of June, Um.
OKO. A. MolliiAN,
County Clerk In ami for Washington
IN TIIK COUNTY (,'OUltr OK TIIK
STATU OK OKKOO.N, KU It
In the matter of the estate of ;ii, K.
To Marlon 0. Cupp, Ell I,. Kvhiim, Art
hur I). Kvans, David Jom-Hund jnnen,
his wife, Jones ami Jones, elnlilieu
of Kvon Jones, Jonas and - .Ioi i-m,
children of Joseph Jones and Jones,
children of David Jones, and Kvuu .1
and to all persons interested in thin e,M.
in the Name of the Flute of On 'L'llll. Villi
; B.re ht-roby cited and required toappeur in
1 ",e bounty Court of the Stain of oreuon,
iur mo ouniy or vv UNiii uton, ill Um
Court room thereof, at 1 1 II Iniiuro, in the
County of Washington, on Monday, tin!
lMth day or August, littrj, at 10 o'.doe.k in
the forenoon 01 said day, then and Hieii
to show eauso, II any thero ho, why an or
der should not he made herein Hluhoriz
iiiK arid directing the Kxecutor ol thi es
tate to sell the following described real
property belonging to this estate ivtpnldic
sale for cash In hand, to-wit: The Dona
tion lund Claim 0I N11I0111011 l'. Mhattuek
and Mary Nhattuek, His wiln, Notilicution
No. )7l6aud CIhIiiib Nos. (ill and iil, mid
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fi f look f,s of the Kneords
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1 Witnoss the Hon. L. A Hood, Jiidgn of
LMM I .(111 IIT V I oil Pt fit t l..i Ml ,.l .. ,.l-
for the Countv of WaNhlnirlini. u iili Hi.'.
seal of said Court ulllxod, litis 2ml day ol
July, A. D., 1902.
(Attest) GKO. A. MO KG AX,
C. E. Kindt, Attorney for JCxecutrlx!
Shoegand hosiery at Dennis'
best and cheapest. Alno fine line
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If You Are l'nb
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c r 1 1 i i t i
vtissors galore! lint we are not using
"the in to cut prices in two, because we put
the right prices on them in the first place,
and we guarantee them to give perfect
satisfaction. We carry a full lino, con-
Nii- ting of blent and
ia nickeled ami Japan linisli; b.nibroiilery
in nickeled and gilt; Manicure, Harber
locket and all kinds of scissors,
a x z x 3 t 1 r x; a
ix tiik cim tit Conor or tiik
STATi:o-'li:i'-,ON 'oil WASH.
Vemh ll S, li.-reh-l, I'liiintlli;
f.u".ell A. 'iMtnjf mid
kni'elut II. ounj-, le-iendaiiH.
lo Lowell A, 'l "Um; Slid HoCelia II,
oiilij, tiie alio e eitined iletendithtit:
In the 1 in 11 1 e of the Mate of Oinon, voll
11I Veil Bin heiehv eiiliiiiiilleleil
iiiei reijoued lo n(ieitr and aiiHwnr tlio
eonipl.iiiii tiled iiuaiiK.1 you in thealiove
.iilined i'oiiii, in 1(10 aliove entitled enue
on or ln-('oii-tin-ekjec.tion of hix tteelfN'
1 11 1 1' lii'.i Moil ot ill ' Nil in 11 linn In the 11 Ills
i- -i i A vi". e.imioeiiein itii the hmie of
May '-"J, 11111I ending with tho Ih-
Htie o .July ,1, I'. J, and mat you appear
and itiHM 1 r on or bei'ote July 11, limi, and
yon v ill ph-iiw lulie liolleu that If ymi
I. ill In -n iiii'nr and etmuer aid emu.
plaint on or iieloro nd July II, llktf, tlio
pliuiildl w II apply to the court, lor the
lei:--!' prayed lor dint ilen.anileil in hia
eonipliiinl. to-w it:
! r a Jndemi mi niriiinil. you and cseh of
you for tin: mum of ?,Mii, vviih InlerCHt
then, in li um April 7, dull, nl, liinriileof
nine per cent l r niiuuni, Slid tlie um ol
idMi, allorni y' l'ei-. and the costs and
disliiir-i inen'M of thi i anil, and for a de
cree t'or'rhiMii;f I hat certain mortgage
tiinde. exi-i tiled and delivered hy you Hitd
e. n e of ymi I i I he pliiliitilf hoi eiii. daled
July It, lJ!U, and llhd f.,r record on nald
n y , it 1 1 I reeoriled on pagn .').'!.') of llnok
".'i1 of the reeonU of niorlgages for
.cliini'loli eoilldv, Or 'gon, upon the
follow ini; Iracl of land I ing, being and
siluaic in WiiihiiK.'lon eiiiiniv, Oregon,
and ile. eiilied at eoiip- eneil g nt tlllN,
W.eoinor of Hi-eiion .'II T, 1 N. It. I W,
Will. Mer, and riiiiinin; I neiicc vi -u, I, hi
e,aoi; llii nee v.inili la : ciaiim; llienco
i-.i-i 'JV.1H clini n ;i!n -lien norlli li Ilia i lialim;
I ll'-la e e, i .V,, elumoi. helll-n II ll'l ll II ,Ml
I liai.lM lllelii e WCl Ili",". I'halllHj thcllH!
rvrlh 7ll i-hiijeH I i I lie 1 1( aee of hoirin
iii' y, cohlaiiiini; "2.17 ihtoh, and adjndg.
invalid ili-eleeiipr he fiale of Hllld plelli-i-e
a-, noon e.vi i iPion, hy thi xhei iH of
W'a -!i i ii I-hi eoiiniv, iiregun, and the pro
ceeds id lu ll lull' h- aiptied In tho imy.
ineiil of the mi i it i u due plnliillU', principal,
InP'i'eai, eieiM mid iifiornev's Iccm, and lor
a ileei ee joi i-vr laninK and foreclosing
yon and e o h of yon of every right, HI In
um) inn-rest in s-ud premlee'i, and every
pail and parcel I hereof save and except
the lM!'iiiy r:,.;!ii of redemption, ami fori
such oll.ei ion I lull her relief lis limy lie
nece .sary and proper in thn pi-cuiImch.
'I'hts miiiniioiis ii hiirved ngnilml, you by
iinhli. -.1111111 hy order of the lion. I A.
liooil. Ciiiuify Jud;;e of WiiMlilnglon Co.,
Oii-i; n inle mid iliiled on thn Illlli day
ol May 11-02, and which order directs
the piiiilieatiou ihereof once a week
for ns eoceeiii ive mid iiocennive, weeks
in Hie IlilWl oi-o Auriii, liccinnlng with
the jw-aie i lie; i! , ,- h(i 2'.!iul of May,
I ii i2, and einlin;; wilii Ihc I-jhiiu thereof
tinted llie.'lrd dav of July. I1KI2. itnil llnil
j you and eiieh of you appear anil answer
i Maul complaint, on or before, the siiid lird
j day of July, 1 1 ).!.
oi:o. k. MAoi.iiv. I
Alloiney lor 1'hiinl.ilV.
1) .llli'o leillell limoxi nr.,1 ,,,,l.l..
' ' "'0...l' lll.M L.ounin
linck luiMr-'H fur hiiIo or will trade
Ur Htf.n r'vi,. Iiicjuiro at t'Mn
K ert hicyclti repairing done at
Mi.CViriniiik'a liinycle etorn. Agency
for Imperial, Cleveland and Trib
K T V ' V "K T " -(
Vtui ncfd a luiitMi biiiuU-r.
make rich, red blood; brace up J
your nerves; tone up Vour en- !i
tire system; make the weak,
strong. A valuable remedy
for loss of vitality and all li
weak ami exhausted condi- J
linns due to impoverished
blood or derangements of the A
nervous system. yc and $i. T
Hair brushes, with good, stilT
bristles, put in to stay in.
Combs that keep their teeth.
Razors, with keen edges that
shave smoothly. Razor strops
of good leather. Toilet soaps
that are pure and good for the
skin, perfumed or not. Shav
ing soap that will lather well
and not dry on the face.
That's the sort of thing we sell.
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The Delta Dniff Store
is X T. t 1; I f I t 1 f !
aiq Union Pacific
si,') i'. m.
Salt Lake, Honver,
I t. Worth, iiinaha,
KiiiisiM City, HI,
lanils, Chicago and
Halt Lake, Denver,
Kt. Worth, thmtlis,
Kansiis Clly, Ht,
Louis, Clileagii ami
Walls Walls, linwis
Ion, Spokane. Wallace
oils, Ml. Paul, l,.
Chiciigo ami Kant
h'U) P. M.
, (lih'i i'. m,
Ills) A, M.
(H'KAN AMI KIVKIt SCHKIUH.H
NleiiiiMlilps bclwcen I'orllauil uinl Hun
rniueinco every live days.
Ill ver bonis 011 the lower Columbia and
lllainnllii dully except Sunday.
To ami fiom all points tl Jtaiit,
Tiekels via litis roiil,, ,,,, ,a di'iiot
olllces oftlic Hoiilhrn I'ltcillc Co,
A. L. CIUKi,
(imioral I'ltHHennnr A(?ent
Rtliublcr and Jdcal
$25, $30, $35, $40, $50
For Bale by
F. R. Dailey
Next door eunt of Wehrung'a
Main Btreet, - Hilbboro