Washington County hatchet. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1897-1???, December 23, 1897, Image 1

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FOREST G R O V E , O R E G O N . T H U R S D A Y . D E C E M B E R S 3 . 1 8 9 7 .
EASY CHAIRS, ROC _
. . . BAMBOO GOODS,
SMYRNA RIJGS, PICTURES
. . . AND PICTURE FRAMES
s Presents
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P r o fe s s io n a l C a r d s .
Dec. 138 ” Í D Y .B R ? ° K ‘
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C E N T E R V I L L E
Don’ t forget that there will be preach­
Probate.— In re estate of A. S. Baker,
eleven o ’clock, also in the evening by
deceased. H . F. Gordon appointed ad­
the Rev. Mr. Plowman of Hillsboro.
ministrator with bonds at $1000.
Before you hear fro n us again Christ­
In re estate of Jacob Steiner, deceased.
mas will be past, and we wish ye editor Final account filed and set for hearing
and printers and the correspondents of on Jan. 24, 1898.
tfie H a t c h e t a merry Christmas and a
In re estate of E. B. Sturdevant, de­
happy New Year.
ceased. H. S. Sturdevant appointed
Last w»ek Mr. John Dethless sold fif­ administrator of said estate with bonds
teen head of sheep for $2.25 per head. fixed at $300. Theodore Miller, G. Vick-
Last year he sold 63 head for $80, a- ers and Nelson W ilcox appointed ap­
uout $1.2 / per Heart, so you d on ’ t need praisers. Bond filed and approved.
to tell him that M cK inleyand protection
In re guardianship of Roliert E. Stur­
are what made the difference in the
devant, a minor. H. S. Sturdevant ap­
price.
pointed guardian of said m inor with
D on’t forget our correspondent when bonds fixed at $1000. Same filed qnd
you have a news item. If you have approved and letters ordered to issue.
com pany, tell us, (if you are not
Samp appointm ent for Edw in B. Stur­
ashamed of your visitors.) If you have
devant.
a party or social gathering of any kind
In re estate of Benjam in Cornelius,
bring round a cake, seven or eight pies,
deceased.
It appearihg that the order
a side of beef or a ham , not necessarily
for us to eat but just to show your appointing Rachael Cornelius, adm inis­
friendship. You needn’ t mind inviting tratrix of said estate on July 25, 1881,
us as it may bo too cool for our ward­ has never been entered of record. It is
robe. W e mention these ttin gs because ordered that said appointm ent be en­
tered of record as of that date.
we want the news.
The Connell
.
Í 1 wll‘ let y ° u know that Centerrill is not
ih e tonnen brother, got some rock | dead but your correspondent had other
from the J. J. Hartz’ ranch on tte 11th lish to fry.
of December. Some of them are to be
.tad reddence, Bowlby house, Pacific ave.,
The two blacksmiths are kept quite
use las corner stones on their Bonanza
west of Fores! Grove hotel. .
busy all the time.
farm near Glencoe. Tte place is to be
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FOREST G R O V E , O R E G O N .
divided between the heirs in the near
Mr‘ ,lck Shefflin and bride have gone
Jstientlou paid to Medical and Surgical
• of Women and C hildren and all chronic future, although the cultivation of the ea8t Ul
t. e winter,
farm will continue as before. They also
^ rs' -'°'-veR of Goldendale is visiting
think of building on the Week’s place her mother> Mrs. Wren,
|f. P. ARMSTRONG, M. D. next summer and will need some rock Miss Polly Hermon entertained a party
(Successor to Dr: Ward,)
there for a foundation.
! of her young friends at dinner last Sun-
: and residence in D octor W ard’s
Elmer and Clarence Mays, of Glencoe, (lay-
house on Pacific avenue.
seem to be running the store in a pros- \ John Van Lorn is doing a rushing bus-
¡ciaf attention given to Diseases of perous way since their father and ‘ ness these days.
He takes a load of
W om en.
mother went away.
calves and hogs to Portland every week.
t Grove,
Oregon.
Mr. Osa Cratnra has returned again
The creamery runs three days in the
from the Soldiers’ Home. He re|*>rts week uow. Some days as many as twenty
about eighty soldiers at the Home at teams are waiting to haul the milk
pR. N i x o n ,
present, and says they had a fine dinner away.
there on Thanksgiving. This may ac­
D E N T IS T ,
Our bridge is partly built but over the
count in some measure for his looking so | main creek it cannot be finished until
F O R E S T G R O V E well now.
the water goes down. At present it
«.in.to 4 p. m.
OREGON.
The old lady Miller, of Pumpkin seems to be all sky and water. Around
■ Street
ltidge, was visiting with her son at here some of the farms are lakes now.
Swimming, bathing, and boating would
Shady Brook on Dec. 12.
« H.T ohcve
E. B. T ouque
Notary Public
Mr. Lschman’s wife is quite unwell at be fine 6i>ort if it was just a trilie
warmer.
THOS: H. & E. B. TO N G U E
the present writing.
iEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
AND SURGEON
ITTORNE Y - A T - L A W
Mary Northrup’s school will close in
about one more week unless the time be
H il l s b o r o , O r e g o n
lengthened. A meeting was held in the
(Rooms 3, 4 and 5, Morgan Block district to see about votin; a tax to run
the school one month longer but we
SMITH & BOWMAN,!
have not learned yet how it terminated.
O R N E Y S -A T -L A W ,
“ They don’t make much fuss about it.”
Wo are speaking of De W itt’s Little
[Notarial Work and Conveyancing,
Early Risers, the famous little pills for
ft7Morgan Blk. H ILLSBORO, O r . constipation, biliousness, and all Btomach
and liver troubles. They never gripe.
L A N G L E Y & ISON
J. C. Clark, Druggist.
SH ERW OOD.
Centerville is a w om an’s towu, all the
Dec. 21. 1897.— Cold weather heralds
property is owned by women, except the approach of Christmas.
one farm. The new woman is largely
Mrs. J. C. Duke went to Portland Sat­
represented here. We have a woman
urday returning M onday.
engineer, a woman store keeper, a
Mr. Tipton visited his friends at this
woman postmaster and a woman farmer. -
place the first of the week.
Can any other place of its size beat ua
Johnnie W heeler, of Troutdale is
in this respect?
*
There were some rumors that Center­ spending a few days with his brother
Curtis.
ville was going to be removed to a mile
Miss Anna Langer spent Sunday and
and a half west of here but Centerville
is here yet, right side up with care. It Monday with her sister in Portland.
is true we are sleepy here w ln n the
weather is damp, but we should wake
GLENW OOD.
up now and scrape the moss off our
Collections a specialty.
Dec. 16.—A heavy wind storm pre­ backs when we can almost hear the
Office.—Up-stairs, room s I, 2 and 3,
vailed in this vicinity on the 6th and whistle of the steamboat at t t e Center­
W agn e: B uilding.
10th inst. Many trees of the forest be­ ville bridge promised us iu the near fu­
ing felled to the ground.
ture. Then hurrah, for Centerville!
Mrs. Slaven returned to her home this
week, after a few weeks visit with her
sister, Mrs. F. A . Olds.
jlrroR-SEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
rM.TaoipaoN
P eed C. T hompson
Miss Ada Wilde, of ¡Wilhoit, Clacka­
Now Mr. Editor, as I have dropped a
mas Co., arrived here on the 3rd inst. few words about the fair sex that they
OLVi FOR INVESTORS AND BORROWERS
and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. R. might not like, and if there is to be any
NEGOTIATED
hair pulling I want to stand my ground
Johnston.
PROPERTIES m a n a g e d
like a hero. No nom de plume for m e,
During
the
wind
storm
which
pre­
«perfected anil Conveyancing. Trust sad
'«legal business transacted. Notary Public. vailed on the night of the 5tli inst., two or any other false name. I sign myself
cows, the property of Wm. H. Luster, in plain English,
THOMPSON & SON
f in a n c ia l a g e n t s
f GROVE,
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OREGON
jinted— 500 Farmers
TO BUY HARNESS
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bo ’ s
AT
.
.
Harness Shop
ON M AIN S T R E E T .
a stock o f harness, whips,
1 and everything else kept in a
'kss harness
shop.
Also
a specialty o f all kinds of
f*«TERS.
. .....
fA T ER S &
BANKS
PROPRIETORS op
ftd Chopping Mill
P o p p in g o n T h u r s d a y
01* GRINDING a
dealers
s p e c ia l t y
IK
M**l» «nd all kinds o f Flour and Mill Feed
F^mer, Seeds, R ock Salt, Sacks and Sack
Twine.
■vln -d on e as cheap a t thecheapest.
[^mds deli vered in any part o f city,
f GEOV k .,
.
.
.
o g fi C O *
1 of thousands have been in­
to? Chairaberlain’ s Cough
«by reading for others, and hav-
m its merits for them selves are
¿ w a n n e s t friends. For sale by
1 •wk. druggist.
!
(The John is after my m other’s side
Mrs. Retta Post, sister of Mrs. A. H.
Schofield, took ter departure to join her | of the fam ily.)
husband at San Francisco last week.
P U M P K IN R ID G E .
She was accompanied by her four chil­
Dec. 13.—John Frutchey came over
dren.
from Eastern Oregon lately for a short
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schofield and Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Morrill were the guests visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Burr Frutchey and John
of Mr. and _ Mrs. J. F. Allen Sunday,
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„„a ft T Varlev were ! Frutchey attended the funeral of their
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poor luck.
1'
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.p e n t . few
the fall J»y 8 on their mountain ranch a short
The session of school for
came "to a close on last Friday. [ time since. Mrs. W olf, (form erly Mrs.
season
season
~
. . 1 Delap),
D e la p ), liai
h a s a h o s t o f fr ie n d s in t h is se c-
•
T t e teacher, Mr. J oh n M . Jon es, left | ^
^
^
R u n d , e>
tion. Her
for'tbe Grove, with the well wishes of I toon.
H IL L S B O R O .
accompanied them.
Dec.
52.
—G.
H. Wilcox is on the sick
both parentsand^pupils--------
George Miller returned from Portland
list this week.
Prosperity comes quickest to the man
Elder Bonnell and family started to
California Monday morning.
httle pills for constipation, biliousness, coe with Mrs. Clarence Mays who has
W. W. Annans, formerly constable
indigestion and all stomach and liver been very sick.
and city marshal here, but lately resid­
,
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t c Clark, Druggist.
Mips Mary keenon visited with Mrs. ,
ing on a farm south of Cornelius, died in
tr0U
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Carrie Frutchey, Friday last.
the county clerk’s office Saturday fore­
S C H O L L S.
There will be a dance at the residence j
noon of heart failure. He had been out
Dec. 13,1897. -Scholls needs a high- j ^ A £ E ch o ls the 17th.
as a juror over night and bad gone to the
water bridge.
, j 0hn Loftis is building a new barn.
clerk’s office immediately after being
Mrs. Emrick and Master Claud msi
Irm Hutchison and family came up ■ discharged and fell insensible and ex­
Hillsboro the first of the wee ■ ^
I from Portland last week.
pired.
Miss Lena Gasner of Portland has
Miss Myrtle Burget came home from
Mayor W. N. Barrett attended a church
been the guest of Mrs. Groner the past Portland a few days since.
dedication and visited friends at Mc­
two
,„ weeks.
--------
Charlie Miller is working down on the Minnville, Saturday.
Circuit Court closed Saturday evening
after a four week’s session. The judge
will return in about two weeks to finish
GALES SPU R.
up some business and set cases up for the
tion.
Dec. 16. 1897.— Dilley and Gaston will
There will be . C h r is m -
March term.
each have a Christmas tree.
on
County Clerk Imbrie visited Portland
to j < ira Kay is talking of going to Califor­
nfght ha£ e r y W y Poordially invited
Wednesday.
whose liver is in g
^
famollg
Migg Rachel Shaw is staying in Glen- |
TObyZr« «*«■' ,b<!
Mrs. K. L. A. Christianson, who re­
attend
Lowest
burton
and Shoe M aker
Next door E ast of
f Vialt
P a t r ic k J o h n M a l o n e y .
were killed by a tree falling on them.
F IR .
Dec. 21— a little snow fell in the vicin­
ity of Fir on the night of the 19th.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lyda Sr. have re­
turned from New Mexico to their home
on Gales Creek.
We regret to hear of Burt Cornnett
meeting with an accident on the 20th
inst. while working in W. H. Lyda’s
sawmill, in some way a cant fell on his
loot nurting him quite seriously. Fears
are entertained of a bone being broken,
but his many friends hope it may not
prove to be very serious.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bateman, Mr. and
Mrs. Z. B. Haines, Miss Minnie Luster
and n-r. Burt Cornett were Sunday vis­
itors at Mr. Collins'.
Yes, the young people, and some peo­
ple not so young, are preparing for the
exercises on the evening of the 25th.
Mrs. Patton is the right person in the
right place, and we hope we can secure
her services for our spring term of
school.
nia some time in the near future.
ttha Best
Dr. Large’s Office
Court House News.
to be in bad conditional prient. * 8 i d I, D? f ' 16> 1897-— A «ter my long silence ing at the school house next Suuday at
C. E. G E IG E R ,
the Tualatin
river
Mr. Robert W irt*, our school teacher,
cently went to California, was back
The high watt!r ‘ “ from
thii place made a business trip to Portland and
has .topped the
^
^
( C U y ^
Friday evening, return- dosing np business this week.
to Portland ms -
_
for more jng Satunl*y .
having been o«n ’
meang o( trans
Mrs. Frank Bear and sister of Forest
than a week. T h e « T ¡n (m#11
with ——
thsir ---------
uncle ——
and*
—------_
„ - —»nt is m
----- i Grove v visited
» n w w»—
P°r“ üon
the bridge afford, a
Mr. and Mrs G eo. Beal, Tneaday
at the Spur
Usi Thurwlay after lnmber. Mr. Cowles
proaoerity U
is * * —
rustler
W sa*‘
m
Mr. H. L. Cowles
Patron, who want
done without
sl-cold patronize the F ort« ^
». 1 -• *r
Marriages.— John Tyack and Cather­
ine Schleicht, Christian Carstens and
Am elia L. Showers, T. C. Johnson and
Hattie A. Simpson, W . A . Burt Cam p­
bell and Mary A . Northrup.
C ircu it Court.
Gus Wachlin, convicted of the murder
of John D. Ledrick, was denied a retrial
Saturday and sentenced to be hanged in
from 30 to 60 days. The date fixed is
Feb. 4.
In the case of Jacob Newark vs. J. B.
Prickett et al., operating the Dilley
Labor Exctiange, an action for money,
a jury returned a verdict for plaintiff for
(150. Defendant was allowed 30 days to
file a motion for a new trial.
Larkin Reynolds vs. Johnston Free­
man et al., action for money; demurrer
overruled and defendant allowed until
the first day of the next term of court to
answer,
C. P. Bacon vs. J. W. Lowyer et al.,
action for possession of realty and dam­
ages; judgment taken on verdict hereto­
fore rendered.
In the matter of the assignment of
Anton Pfsaner, the petition of George
W. H. Hudson, as treasurer of the I. O.
O. F.; L. Smith, as treasurer of the
Knights of Pythias; A. R. Leabo, as
treasurer of the A. O. U. W., and F. C.
Kane, school clerk, asking that their
claims be declared preferred and paid
out of the moneys on hand, was sub­
mitted and taken under advisement.
The motion for a new trial in the case
of James Lee, convicted of rape, was
overruled, and Lee sentenced to three
years in the penitentiary. He was al­
lowed 60 days to perfect an appeal.
Court adjourned until the regular
March term.
LOOK AT ME NOW.
One year ago last F ebru aiy
I was taken dow n with Sciatic
Rheum atism . I finally h a t
to resort to crutches. I su f­
fered excruciating pain. I
took Vitae Ore and am with­
out pain, and can sleep as well
as I ever could. M y kidneys
were very bad and bothered
me very m uch, and that is all
rem oved. I now feel as well
as I ever did.
Y ou can inquire o f any bus­
iness man in town and he w ill
tell you the same as I have
said in regard to m y afflic­
tions.
I w ill publish more
testimonials that reside in Ore­
gon soon for the good o f the
hum an fam ily.
I keep Vitae Ore on hand.
Try it. It cured me, and it
w ill cure you i f you use it ao-
cordin g to directions.
N ELSON L a COURSE,*
General Agent,
Forest Grove, Oregon.
AGENTS WANTED.
Taken in tim e, Vitae Ore in an infaffn
ble cure tor diphtheria.
[Mr. La Course is personally km
to me as a reliable man, and the story a f
bis suffering and cure is well-known tm
the citizens o f this community to be tom .
— E ditor.]
THE
WONDERS
OF SCIENCE.
Lung Trounles and Consumption Can I
Cured.
An Eminent New York Chemiit
Scientist Makes a Free Offer to C
Readers.
The distinguished New York chetnfat,
T. A. Slocum, demonstrating hit diaoaw
ery of a reliable and absolute cure tm
Consumption (Pulmonary TuberculoA)
and all bronchial, throat lung and cheat
diseases, stubborn coughs, catarral slh ft-
tions, general decline and weakness, le a
of flesh, and all conditions o f wasting
away, will send THREE FREE BOT­
TLES (all different) of hit New Discee
cries to any afflicted reader o f the H a t ­
ch kt writing for them. His "N ew Sci­
entific Treatment” has cured thoosaaS*
permanently by its timely use, and fca
The grand jury of circuit court found , considers it a simple professional doty On
12 true bills and one not true bill. suffering humanity to donate a trial a f
Their report commends management of I his infalliable cure.
Science daily develops new wondaa^
county poor house, in which there are
now 14 inmates, and advises the building and this great chemist, patiently exp««t-
of a sitting room, also calls attention to menting for years, has produced rvaa lla
sanitary condition in the way of poor as beneficial to humanity as can fra
wells and drains, and need of repairs to claimed by any modern geniua. His en­
tertain that lung troubles and consump­
barns and fences.
The new $4700 jail is approved of but tion are curable in any climate ia pro .am
the jury thought the bath-tub should by “ heartfelt letters of gratitude,"
be placed in the corridor. The county in his American and European labmatn-
judge thinks not, as condemned murder- rics in thousands from those cured in aA
• s might cheat the gallows by drowning parts of the world.
tuemselves (standing on their head in Medical experts concede that bronchial,
the tub). It is recommended that the chest and lung troubles lead to Oma­
boarding of prisoners be let to the lowest sum ption , which, uninterrupted, mauun
bidder but this the county has no right speedy and certain death.
Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. CL,
to do as the law allows the sheriff a
stated sum for their keeping. Experts 98 Pine street, New York; giving
J. D. Merrytnan and Ed Schulmerich ex­ office and express address, and the 1
amined the books of the county officers medicine will be promptly aent.
and founcPtbem well kept and in good ers should take instant advantage at 1
order. Their examination was thorough generous proposition.
Please tell the doctor that yon saw 1
and business like, and the results re­
ported in such a way as to make easy offer in the H atchk ?.
the work of succeeding experts.
Shares o f the Alaska Transportation
The City Council held a special meet­
and Development Company o f Chicago
ing Tueeday evening.
A very interesting trial took place are the moat desirable investment bo-
Safer than savings
Tuesday before Esquire Hicks on change fore the public.
of venue from Forest Grove J. P. court, banks and bank stock. Paying large
wherein a party from over in Yam hid dividends. Shares one dollar. For in­
county was charged with disturbing a formation address W. L. Dudley, General
me- ::=£ at Laurel. The defendant waa > Agent, Hafter BniUi.w S ~ » U Wash.
I le tte r.
sr **»1.
AN r i D - t !V I R A L FAITHFUL MI
Women to travel for raspa
llehed house In Oregon. Salary .
.
|U weekly and eipansas. Position ear
Reference Enclose self-addrasead at»;
relopo. The National. Star PnUdlne, <
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