Washington County hatchet and Forest Grove times. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1896-1897, June 11, 1896, Image 1

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*V"rI¿HMÍ:.^i,r»V,49n¡CONSOLIDATED JUNE 4 , 1896 .
I. O . O . I .
F O R E S T GRO VE- W ashington lod ge No . 48, I
meets in its hall every Monday evening.
S T A T E <>E O IS E O O N .
F O R E S T GRO VE- Forest Kebekah lo d ge No. 1
44 inccis in Odd Fellow s ball on the first and I
third Wednesday o f each month.
unie Court I
e* Fût h Districi
rnt V Fifth District
Wni. P. l.unl
Harrison K Kincaid
P h illip MiTscham
.G. M. Irw in
W. II. Leed*
Chas. !•;. W olverton
K. S. Dean
F. A. Moore
T. A. McBride
W. N. Harrell
John II Mitchell
..Geo W McBride
¡W A S H I N G T O N
COUNTY.
II. P. Cornelius
D. II. Keasom i
T. C. Todd
K. B, Goodin
II . P. Ford
!•;. !.. McCormick
J.W. Sappitiuton
lie o rg e II. Wilcox
Austin Craig
I.. F. Wilke «
W. D. Woods
C o M iin -scn ' i -
ss: K )1 Superintendent
J*.
f|eh 'Y
or
kokest
[vou
lH LLSIiO RO . -Montezum a lodge: No. 5:1 meets
in its hall on every Wednesday evening.
I I 11 , 1 ,SHORT). W ashington encampment No
.»4 meets in Odd F ellow s hall 011 the second and 1
fourth Tuesdays of each month.
IIILLSH O RO . H illsboro Rebekah lo d ge No. !
S4 meets in Odd Fellow s hall every Saturday
evening.
T IG A R D Y IL L E . -Charity Podge No. 75 meets
in its hall on the first and third Saturdays in
each mouth.
G A ST O N . Wnpdto lodge No. .;o meets in its :
hull on the first, third and fifth Saturdays in
each mouth.
K . O F P.
FO R KST G ROVE.
Delphos bxlge No. »
meets in Masonic hall every Saturday evening.
HIPPSHORO. -Phoenix lo«lge No. 34 meets in
Masonic hall every M onday evening.
C O R N K P Il’ S.- Simonides lodge No. 34 meets
iu|its castle hall every Saturday 1 veiling.
G L E N C O E —G lencoe lodge No. 22 meets in
in its castle hall on eve ry alternate Saturday.
W ednesday
IIILLSH O RO . -Phoenicia tem ple meets in Ma­
sonic hall
(¡uovi:.
A. n
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\X.
FO R KST GROVE
Forest Grove lodge No.
to meets in Odd F e llow s hall on every Tuesday
evening.
Hon. S. Hughes.
NCil.MKit, T o serve one year A. T. Knox.
James Buxton, C. !.. Large.
■ T o serve tw o years, T. C. McNainer, Hugh
Smith, I). C. Stewart. President.
FOREST GROVE,. D egree o f Honor lodge
meets in odd Fellow s hail the second Tuesday
o f each month.
IIILLSH O RO . —H illsboro lodge No. 61 meets
in its hall on the first and third Fridays in each
m on th .
1 SHERWOOD. Sherwood lodge No
. Aaron W ells. | in its hall every Thursday evening.
?o meet-'
J. C. Greer.
T 1 G A R D V IL L E . -T ign rdville lodge meets in
I its hall on the second and fourth Saturdays in
................................John S tripliti j each month.
,
Com m ittees o f C ity Council,
T U A L A T IN .
Tualatin lodge meets in its
\riinames. — Councilm cii Stewart. Large and ! hall on the second and fourth Saturdays in each
month
lox
K. o. T. >!.
finirne am i Accounts; Councilmen M cN auur
FO R KST GROVE. Forest G rove tent N o. it
|xton and Smith.
meets in Masonic hall on the second and fourth
treets ami Public Property. Councilmen Smith, Tuesdays in each month.
ox and Stewart.
IIILLSH O RO . Viola tent No. 18 meets in Odd
'ire aa.i Water. -Councilmen Huxtou. Smith FVllows hall on the second and fourth Th u rs­
days
in each month
■ftl M cNainer
^ m ealik mmi P olice. Councilmen [«arge, Stewart
r . o f 11.
H illsboro Grange meets in its hall on the sec­
H b Knox.
Ways am i Means. Councilmen McNainer, llux- ond and fourth Saturdays in each month at 12111.
p and Smith.
Printing. Councilm en Stewart, M cN ainer and
-j
Fire Warden
Justice o f the Peace
Constable
e Lcabo
^ fu iig h e s
. Sappi ngtoii.
^ H v i d Smith i
G . A . II.
Forest Grove. -James IP Matthews Post, No.
6. meets in Masonic h all on the first and third
W ednesdays in each month.
W . K. 1 .
Forest Grove. James IP Matthews R elie i
Corps meets alternate Thursdays in Odd Fcl-
N O T IC E
FOR
P U B L IC A T IO N .
Laud oil.ee at Oregon City, Oregon, (
May l.\ l»% .f
Notice is hereby given that the follow in g
: 11:1 in».-« 1 settler lias filed notice o f M s iu ie n tio ii to
make final ; roof in support o f h i- » laim , and
that sai l proof w ill
e made before county
cleric o f W ashington co u n t«, at H ill-boro, o re
gon, 01a.1111\ It), is. ft, via:
H A R K 1 S o I T h AUD,
II. A. No. 8707 for the cw *4 sect 4 t 1 s r •'» w
Me names the fo llow in g witnesses to prove Ills
continuous residence upon and cu ltivation of,
snid land, viz:
1 !. A. Oakes, Edward Drake, John Boyd, John
' Roberts, ot G aston ,«)r.
hi-Jl
R o b e r t a . M i l l b k . Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLIC iTION.
1 nod Office at Oregon ’ itv. Oregon. 1
M ly 18 . lS'.iti. )
Not let is hereby given that the follow in g
named se tler has filed notice
his intention
to make
liuel proof
in
support **f liis
eiaim, and
that
said
p -ooi
w ill
be
made before county clerk o f Washington
county, Ht Hillsboro, Oregon, on July U. 1 sin*,
viz:
S A R A H A. M A B EIISTRO II,
I'ornu rl\ Sarah A. Little. II. A. 8 t »50 for the n\\
1, sect HI 1 1! 11 r w .
He naniestlie follow in g witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon mid cultivation of.
said laud, viz:
B. M. Collins, Eli Smith, o f Kir, O r.; Thomas
Frost, John W illson, o f Gales Greek. Or.
1 ft 21
UuiiEKT Y. M i l l e r . Register
Administrator's Not ice.
Notice is hereby giv en that the undersigned
Forest G ro v e .-F o re s t Grove lodge No. 11 has beni l awf ul l y and leg ally appointed admin
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1 meets in its hall every Saturday evening.
H o L Sm ith.)
Istruì«ir o f the estate o f Caleb Woods deceased,
School Clerk <
and all claim s against suiti estate must be pr«
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H illsboro. H illsboro lodge meets in its hall sente<l to m e a cording to law at the office o f
Principal o f School
H. Thom as. A.H
every Saturday. Ju venile Tem ple. Sundays. Langley «k Son, in Woods A Capíes* block, in
Forest Grove, W asliington county, Oregon, on
3 P »»
or before six months from m is d a te ,g iv e n under
W. OF THE W.
m v hand ih is i»th day o f June, 181 * 6 .
O hun*li D ir e c to r y .
Forest Grove Camp No. 98, meets in Odd F e l­
J am es U. W oods ,
lows ball the first and third Saturday in each
Ydininistrator.
mouth
By \V. M. L a MILKY, A tty.
llKifi
C O N iik K i*.A T IO N A I. C H t'R C ll.
........School Directors
h
A. ROOBM PAST!
^ ^ ■ c rv ic e s e v e ry Sunday a t n a m . a n d flp m
uday school a fter m orning service;
ocial m eetings every Thursday evening at
K
||B
Clock.
T Young people
s m eeting one hour before Sun-
■ v evening service.
I strangers are alw ays co rdia lly welcomed |
A First ( lass (Jroeerv Store
a*
. . . . IS GREER THE GROWER’S
M E T H O D IS T E P IS C O P A L CH U RCH
~
R i v . d . a . W a t t e r i . P astor
ervices eve ry Sunday at 11 a. in. and 8:30p. m.
«day school at 12.15 p*
Junior league every
inday at 4 p. in. Kpworth league at ¿»:30 p. m.,
jnday. P ra y er m eeting 7:30 p. ni., Thursday.
K
E
A ll kinds of Groceries, Glassware and Stone­
ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery, Spoons,
Brooms, Mop Sticks, Butter Moulds, Ladles,
Wood and W illow Ware ot' all kinds. Kish
ing Tackle and all kinds of Seeds.
C H R IS T IA N CH U RC H .
egular service every Sunday at 11 a. m. and
» ]>. in. Sunday school at 10 a. in. Aaron
11 s. supt. Prayer m eeting Thursday even-
at 7:30 p. in. Sr. V. P. S. C. Eb Sunday even-
at 0:3 d p to. Jr V. P. s. C. E. Sunday
rtioon at 4 p. in. Sylvia Edwards, president.
■ public are co rdia lly in vited to a ll these
itings
Host O ltio e o f F o re s t G ro v e .
J W H P .K L O C K M A R S H . P. M
a r r iv a l
and
PB PAR TU R B
ok
Tea ami Coffee a Specialty
McNAM Eli'S
m ails
I T o and from Portland and a ll points: Departs
J 15 a. m. A rrives 9:30 a m.
I T " Corvallis, Salem and all points on th r West
■ dr Departs ft 3 $ a U
Ir iT v e a 4 (OP* ®
To G reenville, Manning. Buxton and Vernonia:
d r iv e s i2 m
Departs 1 p in.
FO R EST g r o v e : F IR E D E P A R T M E N T
lA R M S :—G e n e r a l A l a r m Rapid tapping
the bell. T h e location o f the fire w illb e indi-
.ed by the num ber o f fu ll taps given between
o general alarm s corresponding to the num
r o f wards whose lim its are given below
‘all for d r ill—Th ree taps, pause, three taps
use, three taps.
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MARKET
Meats, Sausages,
Fish and Poultry
The Country affords, in Great
..........................................Variety and at Moderate Priees
A General Shipping Business.
Wholesale and Retail.
W A R D L IM IT S .
^ ■ | C
i; o irxt
lle w
g e ard
W j N o rth o f P a d III iretrai >1
^ ■ S econd ward North o f Pacific avenue
■ tw een C o lleg e W ay and It street
TTh ird ward N a y lor's addition.
Fourth ward Between Pacific avenue and
jfcond avenue south.
[Fifth w ard—Between Second avenue and South
rk Addition
[Sixth ward South Park addition.
M EAT
SELLS O N L Y T H E BEST OF
!all for m e etin g —F iv e taps
. . . .
Done 111 All Kinds of Dressed Poultry, Fat Hogs,
Spring Lambs and \ eal Calves.
BU Y ER AND SE LLER .
TELEPHONE,
FOREST
CROVE.
■ W A S H IN G T O N C O U N T Y PO ST O FFIC RS
hanv
lar M ills
xie
rest Grove
rden Hum »
.les Creek
litoti
tuning
llriKl,
o il’s F errv
Igar.lville
y ward.
lii-avn l<
Buxton
C e n terville
D illcy
Farm ington
G re en v ille
Cornelius
Fir
< lencos
, ; 1 s , 1 W,S m 1
Middleton
l'rogrcss
Sherwood
Tualatin
U no,
Laurel
M ountam dale
R eed ville
B lo o m i n g
Thatcher
P h illip «
r i v i e S o rie tie s .
\ . »■ . \ > !» \ N.
■
"Kl'T
II
f t * i l i t i h all th e Th u rsday
ion in radi month.
■ IIL L S B O R O
before
L«»tv I’ riees.
P rom p t OHivor.v,
« HAS. HIATT, Proprietor,
Beavertoa lodge-No. : - j meets
:
. «
O . K . H.
J ll.L S B O R o . Tualatin C hapter meet.« in M i
Me han «ir the second and fo ii:th Tuesdays in
month
*
All Grades of
Roiiiih and Dressed Lunilier.
Kiln Dried Lumber a Sjavialty.
E x c e lle n t to n ality .
[G ra n g e hall on the iir»i
f>*ith
I
G ALES CREEK.
the full
Tu a lity lodge. No. 6. m eet« in
■ '•ach month
BEAVERTON
THK Old) WILThMH T -MILL.
H ills',o r o
Gaston
GROVE
torco
Chapter
t^ t« m M assaie k i l l o a th e ftrnt sn
days in each mouth
No
1
IM E S .
Hatchet and Weekly Oregonian $2 a Vear.
Vol. Il, No. IO, Vol. A'III, No. 1»
•> 00
Must Pay Taxes.
J P 1 I SIM SOI!
C W OdflI
¡!
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Judge
McBride
held a special ses-
June Term.
.1 1» Martin
(i oj sion at Hillsboro Monday. The prin-
Report of R B Goodin,county clerk, T C Parson*
7 do oipal mailer to come before the court
H P Fork, sherill’ anti E L. Mci’ot- K S (¡aylord
2 il l was the legality of taxing certain land
miuk, reconlur, vxamituil untl up W M Ja. kson
0 0o >f Si. Mary's Home. Briefs had been
S A Durliam
proved.
John Voet
0 00 submitted by the opposing attorneys.
Petition of Isaac S Rrowii for dam- B <i Leeay
o (Hi : The case appears on the court docket
ages disapproved.
\V K Sliaver
t> U0 I as “ W. H. Gross, Roman Catholic
» 40
Report of aftrieafora of damagea on A W tlnines
archbishop of the diocese of Oregon, vs.
11 00
road No. 345, petitioned for by M. S. Isaac Hall
Geo
Galbreath
8 00 Washington county” and is one of ma-
Burnt1*, et al , approved and road or­ V Cimino
0 00 'erial interest to the county. In 1882,
dered eatahliahet! on payment ol $75 J U Henry
0 00: 700 acres of laud near Beaverton were
by petitioners, county to pnv Imlance. I, 1* Speneer........
10 Oo assessed lo plaintiff, the 30 acres of
0 40 land on which the buildings of the St.
Road 346, petitioned tor by .) \V II B a k e r .................
0 0.) Mary’s Home stands, together with
Shiite, et al: wupplenienluiv majority M I, Vincent.
K
M
White
li 0J i lie buildings, being exempt. The
report of viewers received, issued and
ti 00
orderedjtlmt road he esitihlisheil, old Josepli McKobert*
f. oo taxes not being paid, the land was,
Charles Bamiord
road to be left open until May 1, 181)7: C Bacon
0 20 August 9, 1893, after having been ad­
expenses ordered paid.
Cha9 Mason
0 to vertised. sold to Washington county
0 00 for delinquent taxes. A few days be­
Roiul 347, petitioned for by Geo. G 1* Niekell
0 00 fore the two years had elapsed, at the
Taylor, et
; report of viewers read T < 1 Meacham
6 00 end of which the sheriff would have
twice and ^proved, change ordered S Barnes
2 00 executed a deed to Washington county,
W Greiig . ...........
established \oen expenses are paid by J
D. Merry nmn
0 20
ihe above-mentioned suit was brought
petitioner-
J W Sewell
« 00
ti 00 enjoining the sheriff from executing
Rond 34N, petitioned for by .1 N Hite, E M Bice
0 (M) tlie deed. The decision in favor of
rend twice, ordered located and ex­ W W McKinney
li (H) ■ lie county will compel the plaintiff
I L A Long
penses paid.
Thomas Kmrick
2 (H) at the end of six months (o redeem
Road 324, petitioned for by Kristina , 1*’ 8 Barnes
0 0
tlie land by paying th« delinquent
Nelson, et al— viewers report approved W 11 H Myers
li 0J ■ mount and 20 percent added, or the
and change ordered, petitioners pac­ O L Ahlstrom...
0 0,1 heriff will execute a deed to the
Henry Wirtz
ing expenses of survey and change.
7 20 county, conveying title. The original
0 00
Change in Taylor Ferry road in dis­ I H I) Stewart.........
I \V S Hudson
2 00 amount of taxes was $330 and the
trict 2, petioned for by A Krause, su­ , N I* Oakerman
7 0u costs, $11 10, making a total of $341-
pervisor read twice and change or­ 11 Basraussen
li IH) 10, the umounl for which the land
dered made und expenses paid.
| J O’Meara
(i 0,1 was sold. To redeem at the time in­
li 0.) junction was sued out would have
Change in comity road in district 7, J B Imlay...........
1)
K
Wheeler...
(i 00 cost the diocese $444 43. in 1893 and
petitioned for by .1 VV Tigard, super­
S
II
Humphreys
li 20 1894 the assessor did not assess the
visor read twice and change ordered
(i (Hl
0
C
Zook
property, and in 1895 it was put on
made and expenses paid.
Wm Hay.............
(i (H)
Report of T E Cornelius, supervisor, Geo Schulmerich
(i 0.1 the tax roll, but the tax has not yet
(i (H) been paid, and will be declared de­
E B Tongue
approved and resignation accepted.
3 50 linquent in a few days.
Geo Wilcox tiled petition from him- W II Bender
This matter has attracted more than
L li Smith
ü 00
•»♦•li tnd 47 others for county road 341), 11 T Shorb
(i 00 usual interest as it was a test case up­
proof nf notift* and bond tiled, Wallace 1 E l’ urdin...........
7 20 on which hung a number of similar
Mnr*d), \V B Wilson and Henry Dooley J 11 Dolstrom
ti 00 taxation questions. It means that all
appointed viewers, and L E Wilkes | II H Clark
(i 0
property not actually used for benevo­
surveyor, to meet at tlie commencing j S lllank
2 00
ti IH) lent purposes must he on the tax roll
point- of s till prupi,seil r.uil on Mon- 1 U Wilkins
W II McCormick.
7 00 and hear its share of tlie expenses of
tity. June Jo, at 10 n in.
W Sehiilmcrich
(i 00 lie government by which it is hone-
<irOrmii tlmt h tiupliraie warrant In.* 1) Bnrkhaltor
(i 0,1 fitted. A considerable sum will ho
i i . . . 1 mi Dr S T l.inklt-ior to roplHce F Simpson
(i 0
added to the county treasury as well
l o . i otn * f o r S|t 10 ilit t e il A i i v n . t it, 1 M 9 S.
t C Raymond
8 4'.: as equitably distributing the burden
Louis W i l c o x ...................
(i 01, of supporting the county.
Comity warrant, ordered drawn for the Edward Best
......
ti 03
month oi J mie, IS!«',:
E X llarding
li 0 I
AMgeepintc and collecting—
(i 00
C W Hudson
...............
Coart House New*,
li IH)
Wm Pointer
...
$ 48 0 1 J J Buratti .......................
S J Klimili ........
33 00 W Batchelder
li 00
l’ rohate.— Estate of Albert Pelers
K II Humphreys . .
45 00 I B Darety
7 20 dec’ll, final account tiled and same set
li OH
^ìeo II
Il,*ox .
73 00 John Hansen .................
lor hearing on July C, 1896 at 10
(i 00
it Crandall
43 00 Thomas Connell...
Joseph Jack
7 4u o’clock a. m.
Bridges and roads :
Estate of Walter S. Lyon, dee’d, G.
C W Hodges
ti oo
T E Cornelius
05 0 I William Ingram
Marsh appointed administrator
ti 00 W
W M Mi-1,cod tfc Son
7 7>H Ford Groner.......................
ti oo and bonds fixed at $1500. Bond tiled
Wilkes Bros . .
5«) Wm A Jack
li 00 and approved and John Lyon, T. It.
J aim’ s Young.........
53 00 J l* Gustili
10 00 Cornelius and Geo. R. Bagley ap­
M D Markham
1100 i Carl J lleuer......
0 I HI pointed appraisers.
J O G ustin..........................
4 00 C T Hall
. .
li 00
A S Vaughn..........................
4 0. F A Olds
Ellen Porter appointed administra­
(i (K>
C True
....
...
4 00 J C Smock
(i 00 tor of the estate of J A. Porter, dec’d,
J W Hess
......
3 00 E X Harding.....................
8 40 with bonds fixed at $7400. Bond tiled
A J Hess
4 00 ; J 1 Knight
(i 30 and approved and Henry Buxton,
M E C h ase.....................
4 00 Glass & Prudhoinine
. 13 (10 R. W. LanceAeld and 8. T . Crow ap­
Fred Banger
.
4 0j Hillsboro Pub. Co
.......
08 04 pointed appraisers.
William Shaver
3 00 J C I.ainkin ......
2 25
James Woods appointed administra­
John Burroughs.........
3 00
00 (H) tor of the estate of Caleb Woods dec’d.
Ford .........................
C K Tigard .......
3 0,1 J H R P M
ille r .........................
3 oo !
s \V Tigard
.........................
2 0v> Alfred Young
Bond fixed and appraisers appoiuted.
1 00
Oliver Galbreath
3 Oo
Estate of John \V. Strowbridge,
Fuel, light and janitor :
A w Haine*...
3 « k »
dec’d. L. C. Walker appointed execu­
30 00 I tor to serve without bonds. Charles
L E Wilkes...........
88 80 N A B arrett......................
T R Imbrie
.......
3 0 j The Hillsboro Light & Water Co
13 53 ¡ Roe, Anton Planner and W. N. Ferrin
Wm Keehn.......................
3 ho 1 Insane and inquest :
appointed appraisers.
Wm Nelson
4 00 1
G M Hines.
Petition filed lo sell realty belong­
M S Barnes
......
* f!1! H G Parsons
..
...
ing to the estute of Jesse Cornelius,
Wm l’utz
7
,
(1
|
,
J
P
Tam
Seele
dec’d. Citation to the heirs ordered
L I . Whitcomb...........
Û ,;n
Paupers and prisoners :
A M ( !o U im .........................
and made returnable, July 27, 1896,
5 (H) and W. 1). Smith appointed guardian
3 00 A ( Ilsen............... ...
K II Vlalker
6 00
J W Slmte
.........................
3 110 Harriet I-ousignont
15 00 adlitem (or tlie minor heirs.
J 11 McEldowey.......................
3 (Ml Geo L Smith ............ ......
Bcnj. Schofield appointed adminis-
(i 89
It it i im d Connell
4 40 H P Ford ............................
13 30 traior of tlie estute of Tilden Beau­
Alex Gordon
.................
4 80 Bryan Laidlaw C o.............
111 Oll champ, and with bonds fixed at$7100.
4 SO John Northrop
J C Bearli .
5 Il I
......
Estato of Albert
Wilcox dec’d.
Thomas Tuckei....................
1 , 50 Rosa I ront ...........
•r> 9" Nelson Wilcox appointed executor
John Northrop
(I 50 W A Hutchinson.................
<i 50
J 1* Carstens .
with bonds at $4000. Bond 6led and
Recorder and conveyances :
4 0 , E L McCormick
Arthur Flint
............
..........
17n in approved and George Hancock, R. W .
Herman Metzentine...............
4 00
Stationery:
McNutt and Wm. Walters appointed
B F W o r d ............................
4 00 Hillsboro Pub Co
'. V° \ appraisers for Washington county and
I, L'O Austin Craig
Patton Bros...........................
!i 59 Clarence Reed, Thomas Pettyjohn and
Thos D Humphreys
........
10 00 Hatchet...............................
2 ¿¡J Malt. Johnson for Columbia county,
County court ;
E I, McCormick............... .
iq .,-!
Inventory and appraisement filed
I) B Keasoner
13 g l) H P Ford .........................
7g) in re estate of John W. Strowhridge,
.........
Tlioa G Todd
111 SO E B Sappington
5 :tr, deceased. Value of all property $546 -
R B Goodin
.................
County elerk :
5 (H> GO. Examined and approved. Ex­
Argus.................................
It B Goodin
350 O.)
ecutor granted leave to sell personal
Sheritr :
County treasurer:
275 on property.
H I* Ford
.
E B Sappington
50 0J
Estate of David Dapp, deceased.
State cases and witnesses :
12 80 | Final account approved, bondsmen
County s. hool superintendent
II P F o r d ..........................
and assistants :
James Anderson
4 On discharged and estate closed of record.
",4 do Mike Keisner
1 51
Estate o f J. R. Shipley, deceased.
Austin Craig . . .
13 5.1 J C Smock
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Catherine l-nnsing
I 111 Citation to heirs to show cause etc.,
H
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Smock
Elections :
ordered and made returnable August
.. ... I> II Rickard
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J <1 A Young
i “ ! 4, 1896.
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J Wistner
II
Semi-annual account tiled in re
, Elton Montgomery
H Thompson
| 50 estate of Christian Carl, dec’d, show-
Clifford
Young
W M Miller
50 45 ing expenditures to be $91.56.
Ap­
J I Knight
W It Young
“
W N Barrett
ia (H) proved.
J N Fisher
7. ” , W W Annans
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36 On
Estate of David Monroe,dec’d. As-
G W Stitt . .
!
W I» Smith
6
signment of Tabitlia Cooper, one of
I) E Bush
, I. K Adams
l
the heirs al law, hied, assigning Iter
J A Reid
.
'! ' W M l-anglev
C W Allen
j. .,,, interest in said estate lo Robert 1 m-
IJ
; M L Vincent
I »Purser
7 lo brie. Also assignment of David Mon-
-
F UlTerty
Joseph Kenny.
| 5n roe, another of the loirs of said de-
T o t» Hines
S Paisley
I 5:t ceased, filed, assigning hi* interest in
! ” Mat Hines
..
E E Stin ker
1 511 »sid estate to J. J. Morgan.
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A I, Stephens
.. ... Max Crandall.
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C A Peterson
G N Hale
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Did You Ever
.. E C Brown
E H Waters
I ... Joe Schulmerich...........
! ’1! Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for yottr
F J Keiling
i
E W Pruyn
! - 'troubles? If net, get a bottle now and
E S McNutt
~ W W McKinney......
A " get relief. This medicine has been found
A A Phillips .
!; ; T A Fleck
7 „ to be peculiarly adapted to the relief and
T E Cornelia-
- .... Joseph ^ ell
., 1(, cure of all Female Complaints, exerting
J R May
",, Ktnmu Taylor
....
¿
«fe ,,
" ' a wonderful direct influence in giving
< >eo
? ; Frank Taylor
strength and tone to the organs. If youf
A K Watson
! , ' Chris Olsen
. have loss of Appetite, Constipation,
W B Wilson
! „ Mabel Dillery.
„
Headache, Fainting Spells, or are Ner-
John Ialiti»
5
J J Brngger
7, . vous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy
E P Cornelius
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John
A
Poote
_ “ or troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric
H C Carstens
1111,1
County:
Bitters is the medicine you need.
( has Herb
d
dj
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hitmore
.,0 On Health and Strength are guaranteed by
Pianici Baker
its use. Fifty cents and $1.00 at Miller s
A1 1 re. 1 Spreadborough
li 110 Indigent :
900 Pharmacy.
II dO J B Matthews Post
Albert Watson
Commissioners' Court.
to 1 1 d 11 i s 1 1 information about
Spl' iiili I Sprviuf* oil'ered via “ The
Nortli-Wester 11 Line” from Minn­
eapolis and Si. l\tul to Milwaukee
and Chicago—it’s a pleasure. If
you contemplate a trip Earn,
please drop a line to F. C Savage,
Trav, 1* & 1*. Agt., W. II Mea<!
(ien. Agent, 248 Washington St.
Portland. Oregon, and receive
III uhi ruled Folder, Free, with
detailed information about the
three superb
trains
leaving
Minneapolis and St. Paul every
day in the week, together with
any special information \on may
desire. Your Home agent will
sell you ijcketM via tbi* liro
class line and reserve you Sleep­
ing Car Beit ha in advance, on
application
FO R KST G ROVK.
Delpha temple, No. 7,
meets in Masonic hall on the second and fourth
First M onday in each m outh. Wednesday o f each month.
iMMlSSlONEKS' Cot r t First
r first M onday in each month,
<>KOVK
No trouble
Il* , i t r Cot'K r T h ird Monday in Marcii an !
and fourth M onday in Novem ber.
bc.NTV C o u r t
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