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W ashington county .
DR. c. E.
p h y s ic ia n
and s u r g e o n
dresWencf, Bowlby house, Pacific aye.,
west of Forest Grove hotel.
I FOREST G R O V E , O R E G O N .
slitteotiou paid to Medical and Surgical
, 0f Women and Children and all chronic
[ p T armstrong , m . d .
(Successor to Dr. Ward,)
( ind residence in Doctor W ard’*
h ou se on Pacific avenue.
L , attention given to Diseases of
N ix o n ,
d e n t is t ,
FO REST GROVE
K . B . T ow ooe
[HOS: H. & E. B. TO N G U E
TORNE Y - A T - L A W
H illsbo r o , O r e g o n
■ Rooms 3, 4 and 5, Morgan Block
SMITH & B O W M AN ,,
rial Work and Conveyancing.
ft Morgan Blk. HILLSBORO, O r .
«SIYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
Collections a specialty.
1 , 2
F red C. T hompson
FINANCIAL A G E N T S
|IDE INVESTORS AND BORROWERS
OPERTIES M A N A G E D
1 and Conveyancing. Trust and
1 THOM PSON & S O N
. . AT
i ’ s
J a stock of harness, whips,
lad everything else kept in a
ps harness shop. Also
|i Specialty of all kinds of
C. L. BANKS.
JUS & BANKS
Chopping M ill
1G ON TH U R SD A Y
•GRINDING a s p e c i a l t y
d e a l e r s in
*<«1 all kinds of Flour and Mill Feed
tSeeds, Rock Salt, Sacks and Sack
"done as cheap as the cheapest,
“delivered in any part o f city,
lMVh. - . . OKMCOM
*oi thousands have been in-
_ 1try Chaim berlain’g Cough
l v reading for others, and hav-
Thts merits for them selves are
pWmest friends. For sale by
C*” " • » » u W ltft C s s e s N la
new Of 1UD7 Never Before
HILLSBORO, Nov. 23— Never in the
istory of this county has the productive-
ness ol 1897 beeu equaled. The increase
m price of (arm products has not been
confined to grain but embraces all the
principal products the fa.mers have to
sell. Even the straw piles, which have
heretofore usually been burned, in many
instances this year have been baled and
disposed of a* a good profit. Hops and
oats are proUbly the only crops that
fall short of former years, the shortage
in oats belug due to better prospects in
wheat, and in hops to the rain and mold
at harvest time. The quality of the
hops hat vested is, however, reported by
buyers to be the best in ihe state. A
very careful and conservative estimate
of the output of Washington couuty
products for 1897 follows:
1 f atrolIC and historical. One of them is William Lord et al. vs. Gottleib Arnold;
to stimulate interest in the American j j . F. Schock vs. Anton Planner.
Revolution and loyalty to its pri-ciples. j The following confirmations o f sales of
I' or thl* purpose the society offers three real property were entered:
Pr' zes° f i i $15 and $10 respectively,! Oregon Mortgage Company, Ltd., vs.
'° r the lH;st e,say written by »«)’ student , D. C. Merrill et al,; Honeyman DeHart
>'ear* of aKe > in any public j & Co vs J. G. Boos & Co.; E. L. Cody
in Oregon, on any one of the! vs. Eva A. Suckaw ; W. P. Lord vs. T.
f° ur subjects:
T. Vincent; W. O. Donaldson vs Albert
r The Continental Congress— the in- A. Withew et al.
fluence which caused it to asseuibls; it*
In the matter o f the assignment of
and rank as a deliberative Anton Planner, the assignees were or-
j bodv: wbat jt accomplished,
dered to pay the claim o f Barrett &
I 2' Tbe cau,es which led to armed Ad. ms, ami also ordered to make a deed
res' stance >n Massachusetts, including to John A. Thonburg for 98 acres of land
Lexington and Concord, upon payment of $1000 in execution o f a
3' The Trenton-Princeton campaign. mortgage for $1500.
4. Tke surrender of Cornwallis and
Charles Meacham was granted a
the causes leading up to it.
divorce from Alm a Meacham.
Essays are limited in length to twenty-
In the case of the Hop Wool Advance
fivt hundred words; must be written on Company vs. W. D. Bradford, sheriff, for
legal cap on one side of the paper in the damages, judgment according to the
student’s own handwriting and most be stipulations was entered.
Value. accompanied by the certificate of the
Experienced statesmen and politicians
Wheat, bushels __ _ .
650 000 ft 487 500 principal of the school attended by the
in Washington do not refuse to express
Barley an l Rye.
8 000 bona fide student in the school and has the view that a refusal by the Republi
can members of the Ohio legislature to
been in attendance therein not less than
160 IO J
support for Senator the man who was
six weeks during the school year of 1897-
Fruit, including apples,
unanimously nominated for the position
prunes, plums and pears.
66 0 00 8. Essays must be forwarded to the
60 000 chairman of the committee in charge, by the Otate convention and mast of the
county conventions would destroy the
Wallace McCamaat, 34 Concord Build
political standing of men refusing. The
4 800 ing, Portland, so as to reach him not steady growth of public sentiment iu
Butter and cheese .......
150 000 later than February 1st, 1808. In award
favor of « lection o f Senators by the
8 000 ing the prizes the committee will be
people will not brook a refusal o f a mem
governed by these l hree considerations:
ber of a legislature to be governed by
......... 10 COO 000
1. Historical accuracy.
7 5 00
15 00 #
the xpftessed wish of the people in state
2. Manner of treatment.
and couptv conventions and at the polls,
3. Orthography, grammar, syntax as was the esse at the Ohio election.—
«0 000 and punctuation.
Any additional information relative to
41 867 500
the competition which may be desired,
Report o f school district No. 66 for the
— Wednesday’s Oregonian.
will be cheerfully furnished by the chair mouth ending Nov. 26. No. of days
Nov. 29.— In the circuit court today man of the committee.
The essay taught 19. No. days attendance 296.
Ledrick Rabe, indicted for selling whis which is awarded the first prize will b£ No. days nbsenc* 46. No. times tardy
ky to minors, pleaded not guilty and his published in full, with the name of the 6. No. boys rrnolled 11. No. girls en
trial was set for December 2.
rolled 7. Total No. enrolled 18. Aver
author, in the public press.
age daily attendance 16. No. of visitors
James Biggs, indicted for stealing $4,
H. H. N o r t h u p ,
7. The following pupils were neither
was arraigned and given until tomorrow
P h i l l i p S. M a l c o l m ,
absent nor tardy: Eliza McLeod, Arnold
W a l l a c e M c C a m a n t ,
McLeod, Charlie Seth, Arthur McGahey,
John Moore pleaded not guilty, and
George and Tommy Callahan.— Sarah
bis trial was set for December 2.
Court House News.
John W. Corey waived arraignment on
two indictments for selltng liquor to
Probate— In re estate of Emma L.
Prosperity comes quickest to the man
Beach deceased, Eli Heinrich, M. C.
minors, and pleaded not guilty.
whose liver is in good condition. De-
In the case of J. W. Shute vs. Allen
W itt’s Little E arly Risers Are famous
Parren*. et al., foreclosure, judgment as of claim of John Grimes.
little pills for constipation, biliousness,
prayed for in the ammended complaint
In re estate of Wm. Twigg deceased, indigestion and all stomach and liver
last will admitted to probate and Eliza troubles. J. C. Clark, Druggist.
Default was entered in the case of beth Twigg appointed executrix with
T h a n k s g iv in g a t C o rn elia s.
Minnie Latimer vs. William Latimer, bonds fixed at fl200.
and loud are the praises heard of
and the case set for hearing December 3.
In re estate of H. O. Christenson de
In the case of Jacob Nowark vs. J. B. ceased, time for filing new bond continu the thanksgiving supper and entertain
ment. Songs by the Misses Henderson,
Prickett et al.; the Dilley Labor Ex ed to Nov. ),
Cornelius, Vickers and Tibbitts and a
change, action for money, a motion to
In re estate of R. J. Patton deceased.
duet by Messrs. Stratton and Phillips
strike out the amended complaint was
Report of sale of real property approved
were pleasing features of the evening.
argued and submitted, and taken under
and administratrix ordered to execute
Little Lena Hancock and Miss Stella
Tibbits distinguished themselves. Lena
In the case of M. H. Lowery vs. T. Y.
In re guardianship of Rufus E ., Eva in her recitation and Miss Stella in her
Ralston et al.; action for damages, de
L. and Walter C. Norman, minors. reading “ Legend o f Bregenz” . W hile
fendant was allowed until the last day
Report and inventory filed aud approv Miss Echo James as a ‘ ‘ Maiden Lady”
but one of this term to answer, and
in her lecture on “ Woman” brought
plaintiff was allowed 30 days from that ed.
In re estate of Homer Griffin deceased down the house. Stereoptican views
time to reply.
The case of C. P. Bacon vs. J. W. Law J. S. Griffin appointed administrator with many witty comments by Rev.
yer, for possession of realty and dam with bonds fixed at flOOOO. Samuel Luce, formed the l.-.tter part of the en
Williams, Berdan and Louis Manning tertainment after which the audience sat
ages, is now on trial.
down to a “ Feast of F at Things” which
Law Docket— J. M. Russell A Co. vs. the ladies o f Cornelius know so well
“ Tht*y Twain Shall be One Mesh.
M. W. Patton et als action for money how to prepare. The proceeds o f the
The happy pair were Eva Blanche tried, argued and taken under advise evening were $16.75 which will be ex
Sears and Charles A. Kern. The cere
pended in the interests o f the church.
mony took place the day before Thanks
Schulmerich A Son vs. B. S. Hay for
giving at the residence of the bride s
money dismissed at request of plaintiff.
father S. C. Sears, near Thatcher, Rev.
State vs. Wachliue, dismissed at re-
Daniel Staver the officiating clergyman
Mr and Mrs. Walter N. Sears stool qnest of district attorney. Clerk or
up on either side of the young people dered to draw warrants for $ .<i in
favor of Robt. Buck.
through the embarrassing ordeal.
Berthold Leeck admitted to citizen
A turkey dinner was then served with
ON MAIN STREET.
P R O P R IE T O R S
FOREST GROVE, OREGON, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 18»7.
ÿ *î? '5
conati patloa far* vor
J. C. Berry, one of the best known citi
zens o f Spencer, Mo., testifies that he
cured himself o f the worst kind of piles
by using a few boxes of D eW itt’s W itch
Hazel Salve. He had been troubled with
piles for over thirty years aud had used
mauy different kinds o f so-called cures;
but D eW itt’s was the one that did the
work and he will verify this statement
if any one wishes to write him. J. C.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon, (
Nov. jo , 1 897.1
Notice 1, hereby given that the tollowing-
named settler has filed notice of h i, intention
to make final proof in support oi h i, claim, and
that M id proof will be made before the County
Clerk of Washington County at Hillsboro,
Oregon, on Jan. 4,1897. via:
Homestead retry No. 0934 . for the a e qr of see
aj t g n r 4 w.
He names the following witnesses to prove
his continuous residence upon and cultivation
of said land, via:
Amos E. Mead , John Lippeit, Isaac B. White,
Augustus H. Wolford, of Greenville, Oregon.
C has . B, M oo res , Register.
Marriage Licenses— Adolph C. Berger-
son and Bertha A. Richards.
Charles A. Kern and Eva Blanche
Christ A. Kuch and Julia Jasman.
Samuel E. Hoover and Estella Camp
William H. Smith
“ I crave but One M inute,” said the
public sjieaker in a husky voice; and
then he took a dose of One Minute
Cough Cure, and proceded with hie ora
tory. One Minute Cough Cure is un
equalled for throat and lung trouble.
C. Clark, Druggist.
Rheumatism, which is caused by an
acid in the blood, is cured by the use of
A yer's S >rsaparilla. External treatment
is of no avail. Until the blood is thor
oughly cleansed of all impurities, it is use
less to expect the cure o f any disease.
Tr*« - r — n others, will e r r e »m i.
“ They don’t make much fuss about it.”
Wa are speaking of De W itt’s Little
Early Risers, the famous little pills for
constipation, biliousness, and all stomach
and liver troubles. They never gripe.
J. C. Clark, Druggist.
and I>aisy M.
companied by her husband W*
afternoon train to go to her home
Chari's D. Hundley and Esther Lilly.
“ What God hath joined together let
Edmond P. Cornelius and Jennie M.
no man put asunder
gg,, p. Ycrgen and Lulu M. Hopkins.
M . l > a *-* “ - * 2 ? £
OF T d K
Express Trains Iaeave Port-
8 AN FRANCISCO DAILT
Portland.........6:00 p. m San Francisco 7:45a.«
bau Krancisco8:00 p, m | Portland.........9:80a .«
Above traina stop at all aiatlona betwera
Portland and Salem, Turner. Marlon. JeflW-
aon, Albany, Albany Junction, Tangent,Sbcdds,
Halsey, Harrisburg, Junction City, Irving, »* -
gene, Drains, Oakland and all stations frees
Roseburg to Asblaud Inclusivo.
ROSBBURO MAIL DAILY
Portland........8:80 a, na | Roset.arw. 5:60 p. «
Rosebsrg 7:30 a. ui | Portland. 4;S0p. a
D IN IN G C A R S on O GD EN R O U TE .
PULLMAN BUFFET SLEEPERS
Rates and ticket* to Eastern points and
Europe. Also Japan, China, Honoulu and
Australia, can be obtained from W. T. Glass
Agent, Forest Grove.
C. H. MARKHAM,
Asst. G. F. A P. Ag‘t.
Work the Best
Prices the Lowest
E. BU RTON
Boot and Shoe Maher
N ext door East of
Dr. Large’s Office
lEdc««t« Y oar D otto I ì W ith C m m n
GUI constipation fon
r. r. - *■*»»
Our Window of Laces
Have attracted general attention during the last few days
SEE NOW OUR WINDOW
Fine Holiday Goods
and get a L IT T L E ID E A o f what we will have to show
you in this line.
New Goods at New Prices
OUB PLAN IS TO
Capture You for Holiday Trade
And you will be a WILLING
CAPTIVE for the NEW YEAR
are to be “the people” in DOLLS and TOYS
Forest Grove, Next to Postoffice.
not only with good intentions,
Neatness in attire means
road to prosperity is paved —
but with good clothes,
EAST AND SOUTH
THE SHASTA ROUTE,
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO.
R EC O K D -C L A S S S L E E P IN G C A R S
S o m e th in g to K n o w .
Attached to aii through trains.
It may be worth something to know
that the very best medicine for restoring
W e s t Side Division.
the tired out nervous system to a healthy
e t w e e n P o r t l a n d a n d C o r v a l l is
vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine
« S I L TUAI b D A IL Y ( I X C M T SC U D A T I.
is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone
7:30 am I l.y
A ri &:5op.sa
to the nerve centres in the stomach, 9:10a.m |L v
Forest Grove Lvl 4 r.yp.m
Lvl 1:05 p .«
gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneyr,
At Albauy ana Corvallis connect with trains
and aids these organs iu throwing off ol the Oregon Central A Eastern railroad.
v x p k v s s t r a IN D A tt.T (a ir a r t s m in a V )
impurities in the blood. Electric Bit
ters improve* the appetite, aids digestion 4:00 p.Ill 1 iaV
«:29 p.m | L t Fotv*t Grove Lv AiMa.m
MoMiuvilie Lv 5:50 ».m
and is pronounced by those who have 7:30 p. U 1 Ar
p.ra 1 Ar Independence Lv 4:50 a «
tried it as the very best blood purifier
connection at San Francisco with Oed-
and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for 50c deutal aud Oriental and Pacific mall ateamahlp
or f l
per bottle at the Miller Phar lines for JAPAN and CHIHA. Bailing dates on
five kinds of cake; bride’s cake, groom s
cake, fruit cake, layer cake and stomach
ache to all who ate too much.
A large number of beautiful and most
useful presents expressed the goo
wishes of many relatives and fnen.R
Aftt.r a season of delightful interchange
of thought and innocent joke, the com
pany dispersed and the young wu e aCe
b r o c k ’ s
success in business.
Don’t T o ile t A rtic le s ,
S tatio n ery,
News D epot.
Prescriptions Carefully Corajtounded by
an Experienced Pharmacist and from
the Best and Freshest material.
^ * tr a t o r ’ d N o t i c e .
be satisfied with garments
|}*Tt*>T given that the underaigned
*"«7 Court ot Washington County,
LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE.
tFP°inted administrator of the
made for anybody and every-
"•der McDonald, deceased, Mnd
J . » * ' *• Washington County Cirenlt Court
jVIAIN STREET, JHILLSBOF^O.
"•** such. All persons having
""•Mate are hereby required
S - M- 4 * H : d ™ J entered Tn^the rareV of body, but have yours made to 1 Subscriptions Received for the W a s h in g t o n C o u n t y H a t c h k t ,
*»e With proper vouchers at
T he C ou n ty N E W S papk r .
Joseph Earhart and Wm. Ridgeway, un-
Huston, Hillsboro, Oregon,
M" E - * • k 7 m £ ' j ” ? » » » " « * •
* from this date.
B en n ett, Mr. an. -
„ „ j Master der bonds to keep
fit you — by experienced
1 Oregon, this ind day of M r. Benjam in Bennett,
Benn. and and
Gus Wachlin. charged with murder,
Mr*. E. A.
F r a n c is A . B e n n b t t ,
_ ,llf Estate of Alexander Mc-
'gratifying to receive testi-
M®berlain’s Colic, Cholera
‘Remedy, and when the
* from a physician it is es-
, ^here is no more aatis-
! remedy than Cham-
. Cholera and Diarrhoea
Frankie B e n n e t t , ^ - >fr
Remedy in hie own
it in his drag store for
. I*k>,lld certainly know.
was arraigned and given until tomorrow
of dismissal were entered in
8BZ ’ Id" \ d S McDonald, I
Henry Mc l»on»b1' -
Morgan. Miss the following case*:
Mrs. . G. and baby Gte M J*
goeU Heiuhn &
v*. ^ M.
Henrv M o r g a n . ______
Robinson; W. Winter, va. Charle. F.
Barrett; W. J. Va*
I va E. J. Lvon; W. E. McCourts va. E.
Publie School P»pü*
action for money.
oft son* of ta* J. Lyo"
1 7 *** Dr.
R . e . R o b ey, phy-
1 “>ac'* t, o f O ln e y , M o .;
" bo “ f
7 - r -
( j t . Wishing American
O ffic e : In Lan gley & Son’s
S V Ï L i » h . °, - r -
jcroole Pslmeter v*. J. T. Shepard;
i n « * descendant of msn, J*"*»
A K n libt et al.;
THE OLD WILTR0ÜT M ILL
G ALES CREEK.
A ll Grades o f
Bough and Dressed Lumber.
K iln Dried Lum ber Specialty.
Lnw Office, Room 3.
I h r F ifty Cents.
ip « D e l i v e r y ,