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tilH'ly Imilt. .lust the Imrsi- fur ,.(S
maki' tin' most, scrvifcalilc horses lor
farm ami ilri inj; iiirposes
Will Stand tht? Season of
1911 at the Delsman Place
Terms: Single service, $."1; $ID for insur
linee, iavalile when mare is known to he
in foal; $12 roll to stand ami suck. Care
to prevent, hut not resnisihle for acci
ilents. Fanners shoiiM see this horse he
fore breeding lb' h:i the proportions
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K W IIAINKS, I'res. I. J ciilil., Vice I'res. A U I.KAHO, Cashier
CM VKTI'.K NO s. iy,
The First National Bank
of forust grovii, oregon.
Capital and Surplus $60,000.
4 per cent paid on Savin.i Deposits.
5i.i will open an account.
Directors: CiKo. (',. Hancock. .Iohn Tkmi-i.I'.ton, T. W.
Sain, H. .1. Cow, K. W. Hainks, Ci-okck Miznkr, Lkvi
Smith, W. II. IIoi.i.im, W. K. Nkwki.i., II. T. Huxton. and
Ii. J Cokl.
We appreciate your patronage and hope for a eontinuanco
Make on" I'.ank your Hank.
CHANCE TO START
: The Pharmacy :
I Reliable, Reasonable and J
j fresh Drnqs Always I
OUIl I'RKSCKll'TION DI'PAlirM I'NT
in uiirxci'lliil fr purest ilriiRB unit
HCClinilo (lin riisinn.
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syriii);i'!4, in furl, evervtliiiiK fiuiinl in
iiiL'lrnpnlilitti iliu si no.
We run v Hn"
l'AMOUS AIICII Rl'MMlUKS
Guaniiileeil: No siii-cess. money refiinik'il
Reliable, Reasonable and
t fresh Drugs Always
P. E. GARDNER, Prop.
Hill l.lntt Snds out Circulars to
Aicents on koads
I'RIIIITABI.E INDUSTRY ENCOL'RAflliD
A(inl Cuoptr Will Report Names of
ThuKe Wanlinf lo Invest
Ak'cnt C(Kiper has received a cir
cular from the Hill management,
asking that he take names and
numbers wanted in case any
Washington County farmers
want to increase their herds of
hogs. Fine, government in
spected brood sows are being
brought to the (Portland stock
yards in carload lots, and the
following letter accompanying
Mr. Cooper's circular, tells its
own story, and was written by
the Portland Union Stock Yards
"In connectk n with our policy
'more and better hogs in the
Northwest' we have brought
from Nebraska several shipments
of brood sows, which we have
distributed at various points in
Kastern Oregon and Washington.
These hogs are strictly first-class,
high-grade animals, and are
bought at fat hog prices in Ne
braska from territory certified to
by Federal Inspectors, as entire
ly free from disease. The hogs
themselves are inspected by
state authorities before being
shipped. They are hauled in
w agons direct to cleaned and dis
infected cars, never being allow
ed to go through a public stock
yard, and are loaded in lots of
about fifty to the car, with suffi
cient feed and water to run them
through to destination without
unloading. The original cost of
the hogs, plus salary and ex
pense of our man in charge, de
termines the price of the hogs to
the buyers here in the West.
ISAAC N. HARRIS
Isaac N. Harris, aged 54 years,
died at the home of his son, in
North Ilillsboro, at 4 o'clock,
Saturday evening, June 24, 1911,
from an attack of heart failure.
He recently came here from
Walla Walla, and made his home
with his son, William Harris,
who works for the Washington
Oregon Corporation - the local
water and light system. The
evening before his death, Mr.
Harris has been to the drug store
for medicine to quiet his nerves
and it was at first thought he
had taken an overdose. This,
however, was not the case. The
funeral took place Monday.
His wife died many years ago.
FOURTH OF JULY FARES
(Via Oregon Electric Ry.)
Round trip tickets will be sold to
all points on the Oregon Electric
Uy., minimum fare 32 cents, and
to all points on The North Hank
Road (Coble. Ore., and points
east) where the one way fare is
$(! or less, for one and one-third
fare. Dates of sale July 1 to 4
inclusive, return limit July 5th.
We have tahen the Agency
of the Celebrated
BUSH & LANE PIANO
You are rcsj)ectfully invited to
call in and examine them. For
Purity of Tone, Heauty of Finish
and all that goes for the best
manufacture in the piano, the
Bush & Lane leads. Sales
room, Third Street, in the New
W. H. TAYLOR
Excursion Fares East
During tho Months of May, Juuo, July, Auguat
and September, on dates shown below, tho
will sell round trip tickets from
HILLSEORO via PORTLAND
Council BiufTa... I
KamasCity I 60.60
St. Joseph I
St. 1'aul J
S Paul, via Council Bluffs 64.50
Minneapolis, direct 60.60
Minneapolis, via Council Bluffs 64 50
St. Louis 70.60
New York .109.10
Washington, 1). C .118.10
Atlantic City, N". J. 103.00
May 16. '7. 18. 19, 22, 23, ?4. a5t 2?i 2Sand 29; June 5, 7. 9. 10. 12, 16,
17, 2, 22, 2 29 and 30; July 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 19, 20, 26, 27 and 28;
AuRiist 3, 4. 5, 14, r5, 16, 17, 21. 22, 23, 28, 29 and 30; September I, 2,
4, 5. 6 and 7. Stop-overs within limits in either direction. Final re
turn limit October 31st.
For fares one way through California inquire
of any Southern Pacific agent, or write to
WM. McMURRAY. General Passenger Agt
is sawing from the best timber in
Washington county. The finest
Rough and Dressed Lumber
always on hand. Estimates on
Buildings, Flooring, Rustic, Ceil
ingsall kinds of finished lumber
for house material. We deliver.
Phone: Pac. States, Glencoe Central, 37
PETER HOFFMAN, Bacona, Oregon
Harlan Kelly, of beyond Glen
coe, was in the city yesterday
John Berger, of near Bethany,
was in yesterday. He says it is
rather moist out his way.
Peter Hermans, of near the
Minter Bridge, was up to the
city yesterday on a buggy buy
Mrs. Sarah Harvey, of above
Mountaindale, returned yester
day from a visit. at Portland, and
went out to her home on Dairy.
J. S. Lorsung. of East Ilillsbo
ro, has completed the 280 foot
bridge between Dilleyand Forest
drove, and the structure is now
open to travel.
The Oregon Electric, from all
points on the line, will sell tick
ets, round trip, to the Salem
Cherry Fair, July 6, 7 and 8, at
one and one-third fare.
Why buy inferior Arsenate of
Lead lor spraying when you can
buy pure Sherwin & Williams
Arsenate of Lead at a less price,
Call and investigate. Remember
it has an absolute guarantee.
Connell & Co.
On and after April 25, 1911,
the Groner & Rowell Co. will
have a stock of 3, 4, 5," 6, 10 and
12 inch drain tile, on hand; and
on and after May 12, all sizes ud
to 14 inch. Anyone wanting
large size tile, please place your
order before May 1, as we only
make large sizes during the
month of May. It will pay you
to place your orders with us, as
we burn our tile to a better color
than our competitors, as our
wood only costs us a trifle. We
also have a good stock of rough
and dressed lumber, which we
invite the public to inspect, be
fore purchasing elsewhere. Our
flooring is made from red fir
timber and will wear much bet
ter than flooring made from the
soft yellow fir timber. 5tf
THE STORE OF QUALITY
SIRES AND SONS.
Rppresontatlve (Inrdnor of Massa
chusetts U uu expert on the fishery
Kx-Si'iintor Henry M. Teller of Colo
rado wn formerly a si uooltenclier lu
New York mate.
William II. Crocker, leading banker
of San I'runclseo, owns the must ex
tensive collection of posture stamps In
Senator William Alden Smith of
Michigan was u newsboy and tele
graph messenger tu tirand Uaplds for
Sir Joseph Hooker, the botanist of
England, and John Higelow, historian
of New York, are the two oldest living
celebrities. They have each reached
the age of ulnety-four.
Senor M. Teixeira Homes, the new
Portuguese minister to London, Is u
great traveler, an author of repute,
it ml is recognized ns one of the most
accomplished art critics in Portugal.
He has often visited England. Ills
grandfather campaigned with Napo
leon in Russia and was in one of tho
French squadrons at Waterloo.
The British government 1ms only ten
war neroplnues standing to its credit,
but negotiations are in progress for
Shells with a detonating force ruIH-
cient to wreck any aeroplane within a
hundred yards of where they explode,
huve been Invented for the Cienuan
In France the operators of nero
planes are held responsible for dam
age done to persons or property when
coming to the earth. In two cases
such operators have been found guilty
of homicide and punished, although
the punishment was not ns great as
that for other forms of the same
CONGO NO. 4719
Pure American Bred Belgian - A Bright Bay with small Strip in Face
Sire, Volnay No. 2503 Dam, Melba No. 344
Congo was bred and raised close to Portland, so does not have to be acclimated. Broad drafty type with splendid action
The tire and dam were per
sonal 'y eelected by II. C.
Campbell in Belgium and were
prize winners at Alarka-Yuki n
Pacific Exposition. Congo won
the silver cup at the A. Y. P.
KxpoMtion as the best American-Rred
Belgian any ige.
Weighs 1S50 pounds. Foaled
Terms Twenty dollars lor
the season with the return pri
vilege neit year if mare is not
in foal. Congo will make the
season at Campbell's Ranch,
formerly the T. E. Rowell
Ranch at Scholls. No business
L. R. CAMPBELL,
Always shrink a new braid before
sewing to skirt; otherwise the bottom
of the skirt will become puckered the
first time of wearing in a shower of
Always begin at the shoulders in
fitting a blouse. If tho shoulders are
fitted lu the proper manner you need
have no fear about the rest of the
To clean white plumes make a thin
paste from gasoline and Hour. Dip
plumes and cover with paste. Lay
aside to dry, then shake well, aud
plumes will come out clean aud Huffy.
Train and Track.
The government of Jamaica now op
erates 184 miles of railway. Of these
120 miles were built by American syn
dicates. More than one-third of a billion pas
sengers carried lu eighteen years aud
a half and not one killed us the result
of a train accident Is the claim made
by the Long Island railroad.
One hundred aud fifty-two miles of
the government railway linos In Victo
ria, Australia, have been relald during
the past three years with American
rails, U2 miles of eighty pound rails
and ten miles of hundred pound rails.
Get my Figures on Painting your
residence and out-buildings aud I
will save jou money. Can esti
mate work, or work and painting
material. See me
A. C. WINNEY,
North Plains, Ore.
Notice is hereby given that I will not be
responsible for-any debts contracted by
my wife, Henna Bronson, she having
left my bed and board without just cause
or provocation. All persons are there
fore notified to give her no ciedit charged
to my account.
Bacona, Ore., June 19, 191 1.
This week's Argus is the
largest paper ever issued from a
Hillsboro press, occasioned by
the publication of nearly two
pages of street paving and sewer
assessments. The copy reached
the printer at midnight, Monday,
and through the kindness of the
Oregonian, with its big battery
of machines, the 200 pounds or
more of linotype was ready for
the press by ten o'clock Tuesday
night and the darned thing
didn't seem to interfere with the
big daily going to press, either!
The newsboys were calling their
papers shortly after daylight
Wednesday morning, just the
same as usual, b'gosh!
t la a grave emergency, telephone service
t is indispensable.
Just step to your Bell Telephone, call up the $
J doctor or druggist, state the case, and act on the advice f
wmcn you receive.
Should you need something which is not in the local
. .1 1 V' A J Ht- Will laVU uuj wwj - J
f place at any hour of the day or night.
The Pacific Telephone and