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W A S H IN G T O N C O U N T Y H A T C H E T , T H U R S D A Y , AU G. 3, 1S99.
Miss Mary Sorber, who has been vis-
Miss Betty Cheney is visiting friends
D r . N i x o n ,
iting her parents. Mr. and Mrs R W. at Mountaiudale this week.
|Traver. for some day«, returned to Sa-
D EN TIST,
I lein Saturday.
| Wednesday front a week's successful
The Continued Story of
Mrs. S A. Walker, who has been in fish.ng trip on the Willamette.
9 a ut to I p. in
Linn county visiting her mother, was i Saturday's Salem Statesman: J W.
a W eek ’ s Happenings ...
O regon .
| expected home last evening.
Karstetcr. of Reedville. Oregon, was in
A part of Mr. Mortou's family, ac
Subseriptions to the Oregonian and 1 the city yesterday, registering at the
companied by Asa Fleck, started Sun
Hatchet received by R. Cave, Hills . Willamette.
day morning on a trip to tbe coast.
l Mrs. Louisa Brand, of Dunkirk. N.
LANGLEY & SON
COLUMBIA, INDEPENDENT 15
e r. may
, . . . who
M was in
~ .......... last
year, , “ r* Harry Wllkens. who has been
Indepeml- writes friends here that she Is home-
*°iue carpentei work at Hill
OREGON, MAIN 22.
A TTORN EYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW
change, instead of going to Ind .
side. has returned home.
ence may soon be changed to switch *lck for Oregon and expects to return
News Always Welcome.
K X I'K K S S T R A I N S K I N D A I L Y .
Collections a specialty.
at Whiteson and run to Sheridan, car- soon. She is now Mrs. I.. H. Tice.
Miss Anna Morton is visiting with
- rylng a freight car on Its, trip on the
PresiJent McClelland was registered
^ , Sl*t‘“r8 iU ' ancouv‘>r and Portland. 7 Olio. 111. L n v t Cortland A rrive H:(MI a. m.
Office:—Up stairs, room * i, a, and 3,
, Yamhill division. This will make no at tbe Hotel Gearhart |ast
week la" " '
. 7 1.1* in A rriv es Kr m e n Leave 7 00 p.m .
A rrive O jd en A rriv e 1:10 p.m .
. imp. in
The St. Helens' Mist of July 28th difference in running time Sheriff Henderson, of \amhill coun-
through Hazeldaie Monda°y afternoon t> t ip . m. A rrive D enver Leave (1:15 p m .
I! 10* ul A rrive O in*ti* A rriv e 8:50a in.
tells of the suicide of a maniac thought j Several hay balers are in operation ty, was in Hillsboro last Thursday on on their wuy home after a visit with 8
: 15 p. ill. Arrive ('lilc a g i Leave rt.SO p.m
SMITH & BOWMAN,
to have been a former Washington in the vicinity of the Grove.
relative« in Manning
7:110 *. ill A rrive L n A ii*elee.\ rv « 9:25 p .m .
p. in, A rrive El Pa»o A rrive 2:1 5 p .m .
county resident. ‘Raineer people were
Messrs. Geo. and E. L. Naylor have
McMinnville Valley Transcript: An-
Mrs. Charlotte Anderson, of Fort-
A rrive v t W orth A rrive : in «.in. A ttorneys - a t - l a w ,
15 p, m
very much wrought up last Friday by j U8t finished harvesting 250 tons of I other man made happy.
Mr. James land,
and brother Robert Godwin, I 7:55
a .m . A rrive NOrlean* A r'v e 8:40 p.m .
the presence of a crazy man. who made flrst-clas« hay on their ranch adjoin- , Williams, a pioneer of Washington spent Sunday at Mr. Fleck’s home,
Notarial Work and Conveyancing.
his appearance in the town about noon ing town.
county, reports himself cured of rheu-
After working a few months for D IN IN G UAHS.
6 and 7 Morgan Blk., H i l l s b o r o , O r
that day. and proceeded to terrorize
Kev Mr Freeland who has been oc matism at Johnson’s Mineral Spring. Mr. Haldennan. Mr. Jasper Kline and
O B S E R V A T IO N UAHS.
men women and c h i l d r e n c u p y i n g the Congregational pulpit dur
Tilamook Herald: Art Caples. Will wife have again moved to their home
cenf acts and display of arms, ^ o m
,ug the past winter and spring. Boos and C. A. Chapman, of Forest ln Beaverton.
We are sorry to see
Pullman tirst-class aud tourist sleep
H. T. BAGLEY,
whence the man came nothing dednite
prea(.be<1 his last sermon Sunday even- Grove, are over enjoying the invigorat- them leave our little dale,
ing cars attached to all through trains.
is known. It is said that he boarded f
Monday morning went to Port- ing sea breezes.
! Misses Ada and Emma Hoffman
'Through Tourist Cars to Chicago A tto r n e y a t - la w and depu ty d is
visited the last of the week with
friends in this vicinity.
t r ic t ATTORNEY FOR WASHING
considerable unpleasantness by refus-
‘'ompanl eJ by his nephew. Mr. Bullen,
RCHKBITKU M A IL D A IL Y :
ing to pay his fare, making his state- ^ u r h
¿* ^ 4 “
I A rriv e—
ments decidedly emphatic by means ‘ a^p" p h p
cb until the church
Mlsa Ru88* 11- the deputy postmis- county papers for county news. Re
ns nn "h ere he will | lea n u n ______ Cllll tress, will go to Portland Saturday for member tiat $1.50 sent to The Oregon Portland .. 8:H0a.in RoHelnir*.......5:20 p. ill
of a Smith & Wesson revolver as an there secures a regular pastor. Sun- _ _
Hoseburg ...7:30 a. in | P ortlan d
4:80 p. m
inilmi'jiwni to allow him to ride un- day morning the church passed resolu- a month s vacation,
Mr. Woods and family, Mrs. T. H. will send for youl will bring you The
-molpsted. Where the man left the tions expressive of their appreciation
K. B. T o m g u b
steamer no one seems to know. He left o f his valued services here. Rev. Mr. Adams and Mrs. John Caples went Weekly Oregonian and The Hatchet for D IN IN G CAR S ou OGDEN ROUTE. T h u s . H . T o n o u k
one year, and both will stop coming
N otary Tubilo
Wednesday to Newport.
his shoes on board and from that time Dunning. pastor-elect, begins his ----
Mr. H. D. Jones and family have re- when the time is out.
remained barefooted. When an at torate September 1.
THOtì. H. &. E. B. TONGUE
tempt to capture him at Rainecr was
The Forest Grove Times gave a good nioved to Portland ,to make it their j
Pullman Buffet Sleepers
made he defied the city marshal and write-up o f the city and county in its future home.
Compare The Hatchet with the other
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW
to Wilson i c°unty papers for county news. Re-
everyone else in or without authority, last issue, making a paper quite cred-
Mr. Mort Hallett went
“ * * ! / » « « n n i n v i i n \r
were granted wunoiu uiwuniuu. •
. . . . . _____ ______ .
member that $1.50 sent to The Oregon
HiLLsnoRO, O regon
were granted without discussion. The (table to our successor.
man was undoubtedly
Game --- Warden Qulmby was in
Mr. Hamer and family today started *af}; ' ’ottland, Or., ior your postmaster
A ttach ed to all th rou g h trains.
------------... ■ insane.
-------- -- I Siate
O ffice Rooms S, 4 aud 5, Morgan Block
After leaving Blanchard s wharf he town Saturday, looking after violations for the coast.
^ “ send for youi will bring you The
at break-neck speed up the rail- 0f the game law and appointing a dep-
Mr Graham and family leave the "
Oregonian and The Hatchet for
West Side Division.
see that _ the | ¡„ „ ¿ r pan o? t L week Voi t o u t i n g X / t h e time ta^utT ” '
road «rack and when passing the | llty for lbls vicinity
E. R. GREGORY, LL. B.
Smith mill he was observed and pur- jaw js enforced here. He has received by the ocean.
B e tw e e n P o r t l a n d a n d C o r v a l l is
Tuesday's Salem Statesman: Jacob
Compare The Hatchet with the other
sued by A1 Lee and George Lane. The inforrnation of parties shooting China
M A IL TR A IN D A IL Y (E X C E P T SU N D AY ).
A t t o r n e y a n d c o u n se lo r at law
man. upon noticing that he was being pheasants out of season and chasing Sauer of Farmington, is among those ; county papers for county news. Re
Portland *r | 5:50 p in
member that $1.50 sent to The Oregon 7:30 a. m J Lv
followed, turned on his pursuers and deer with dogs, and is now accumulat registered at the Hotel Salem.
N O T A R Y PUBLIC
warned them to approach no nearer. ing evidence to be used in prosecuting
Tuesday’s Salem Statesman
Rev ian' Portl»»<l, Of-, (or your postmaster 11:65 p in | Ar
Corvallis Lv | 1:20 p.m C orwin A W orcester B lock.
H illsb oro, Or.
He emphasized the warning by draw these offenders. Mr. Quimby deserves
D ivorce, P robate an d C rim in a l Laws,
At A lban y and C orva llis co n n e ct wit
ing the revolver and starting after the much credit for the vigorous manner D A. Watters returned from Hillsboro w elk T v'or^ on ian
and Cornelius on last evening's train.
Qne y yftr aKnd ^
t i l .top c o m S trains o f the O regon C ential aad Kastern
men. whom he chased for some dis in which he is enforcing the law.
L oans negotiated
In su ran ce effected.
tance. This performance was twice
t a n d sold
B onds, Deeds,
Born.—To the wife of W. C. David
EXPRESS T R A IN D A ILY (E X C E P T SU N DAY ).
er o f c o n v e y a n c in g
son. who lives four miles northwest of
shortest n o
A NIGHT OF TERROR.
himself in the bush while the man pur-
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8:2tia m tice. W ages, Notes. Bills aud Debts o f all
sued Mr. Lane. The point reached by Greenville, on the 3!st, a daughter, Dr.
4:51 p ni
0:58 a. ill
MARRIED At the home of the
, 0:29 p m. L v Forest Uro ve Lv
this time was almost up to Danby, |C. L. Large attending.
A»* M cM lnnvitie Lv
5:50 a. id
bride's parents. Mr. Rudolph Hoffarber <>w o the brave General Burnham of :H 0 p m
where the man finally took refuge in t Henry Suisbauer. Allen Hayilon and oriiiv» paicuio.
1:50 a in
Machias, Me., when the doctors said h:30 p. m. Ar Independence Lv
the river, when he placed the muzzle Pearl Williams made a hunting trip to and Mi=s
a > •
, ' ^ , day' she could not live till morning" writes
D irect c o n n e ctio n at H»n F ra n cisco with Work the Best
of the revolver in his mouth and quick- the Wilson river last week and report ding took place at
Mrs. s . H. Lincoln, who attended her steam sh ip lin es for H a w aii, Japan, China.
ly put an end to his troubles. His fish and bear plentiful.
Prices the Lowest
The P h ilip p in es and Australia.
»»t I » « '"
body was at once recovered and re-
, . , DD IPn . . .. , ,
. was me icbi
must soon die from pneumonia, but
turned to Raineer,
an _ . .„ inquest ( \
w \ ‘ ednesday evening. July
„ cha? Mr.
- .. where
. . . __j
The'bride was dressed in a beautiful *he begged for Dr King's New Discov- It. K O K H L K R ,
A sst U. F. A P A g’t.
held by Justice Woodruff
William blue dress trimmed in light silk and e s s a y i n g J t had more than once
i n t e r s o r papers were found by which ^ c h i t e
and Miss” Louise Bennett,
-V e d her life, and had cured her of
P ortlan d, Oregon.
. . . 1 ir li t h o
iH PT1 f i f i p t l
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a m i
S i !iS
. . .
P n n c l l rn n f i n n
ft o r 4 h r o o a m n il
ru in n
Consumption. A After
three small r l doses
o f age
^ a r ^ h a lr H ^ P s a W n 3 d S y 1 ,la,|KhlPr
o t f " M r r «m
l V Mrs.
Silas Ben- wnite nnncm
ean i m* . » . . . u. a . m , ,,,,,
about .to years o f age. <iai k nair, sanay neU A fter the cerem ony the wedding (l " et o f bride's roses. The bridesmaid she slept easily all night, and its fur
: party repaired to the home of the wore a pretty white dress.
ther use completely cured her." This
Repairing a specialty.
bride's parents, where a bountiful re-
Immediately after the ceremony th* marvelous medicine is guaranteed to
T H R O U G H T IC K E T S
south of Ur. Nixon’s office
Letters remaining in Hillsboro post- past was served. The presents were many relatives and friends partook of cure all Throat. Chest and Lung Dis
ltHte* *n d tic k e t , to Eastern p oin t* and
many and valuable.
| the wedding supper which was spread eases. Only 50c and ♦1.00. Trial Lot
office. Saturday, July 29, 18«!»:
E urope. A lso J a p a n , C hina H o n o lu lu and
upon the lawn near the residence,
Mrs. E. B. Graves.
he Ranler suicide is thought to
Although the happy couple started ties free at Chas. Miller's drug store. A ustralia can ne ob ta in ed Irom I. G. Single
A FRIGHTFUL BLUNDER
ton , agen t a t the d ep ot, F orest G rov e, o r 1.
Mr. John Blum.
have been Jack Hoover who was last out very young we wish them a long
Will often cause a horrible Burn,
Mr. F. W. Spinner,
, heard of from the Nehalem country. and hnnnv lifp
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Buckien’s Arni
George N. Spencer ,
His brother, James Hoover, of Hills-
Mr. RJP. Olivia, of Barcelona. Spain,
ca Salve, the best in the world, will
Mrs. H. Stokes,
boro, went down Saturday to see if he 1
spends 'his winters at Aiken, S. C.
Oregon Short Line R. R. kill the pain and promptly heal It.
If not called for by August 12, 189«, ---------
Weak nerves had caused severe pains
Cures Old Sores, all Skin Eruptions.
will be sent to the dead letter office. , could identify the remains.
T H K DIRECT ROUTE T>
in the back of his head. On using
Beet Pile Cure on earth. Only 25 cts.
H. SCHULMERICH. P . M. I Prof. H. Westphal. who is giving art
Electric Bitters. America's greatest
a box. Cure gu&ranteeu. Sold by
Blood autLNerve Remedy, all pain noon
Chas. Miller, itrugglst.
Game Warden l , P. W. Quimby was
,o ,a S ? c h « ^ “^ a ^ c la ^ h e r e
left him. He says this grand medi
in H i l l s b o r o Saturday selecting deputies
were gotten up The “ l e s s o r
I cine is what his country needs. All
THAT THROBBING HEADACHE
for Washington county. Reports have
" " reSi den ^ h .r e tfavem ng'daU yT o
America knows that it cures liver and
reached him that hounds have been town and thp painting of Mount Hood,
Would quickly leave you, if you
U lves c h o lc e o f tw o fa vorltes rou te«, v l»
kidney trouble, purifies the blood,
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thous
a , €^
in Roe A- Buxton’s show window, shows
tones un the stomach, strengthens the the UN ION PACIFIC F ast M*11 L ine, o r the ands of sufferers have proved their
mountains north and west o f here Mr. (hat hp ,g g c)t(zpn Qf whom our p ,p
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous
Quimby says he will prosecute all of- , may wp], fpp| proud
into every muscle, nerve and organ o f
Headache. They make pure blood and
LOOK AT T H E T IM E . . .
fenders. „ „
the bordy. If weak, tired or ailing
. _____Superintendent Ball states that the
strong nerves and build up your health.
\\ilbur I . Cogswell has been gianted ■ annua| teacher’s institute will be held
j you need it. Evey battle guaranteed,
Days to S A L T L A K E
Easy to take. Try them. Only 25
a divorce from Emma Cogswell.
at Hillsboro, in the public school build
only 50 cents. Sold by Chas. Miller,
cents. Money back if not cured. Sold
4 Days to D E N V E R
Jennie May Richards has filed suit ' ing. lasting five days. Prof. E. A. Mil-
by Chas. Miller, Druggist.
for divorce from Frederick A. Rich- ner, o f the Portland High School, will
2,1 Days to C H IC A G O
ards. She alleges habitual intoxica- j have charge o f arithmetic and gram-
HIS LIFE SAVER).
tion cruel and inhuman treatment and mar: Prin. D. A. Grout, of the Park
4 Days to N E W Y O R K
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
SUMMONS NO. 2.
school. Portland, history, physiology
I of Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonder-
and orthography, and Miss Mary Har-
Kree H eclinln g C hslr Car«, U pholstered ful deliverance from a frightful death
A beer drummer was in town Thurs- grave, of Kelso. Wash., will he instrur-
In the Circuit Court of the State of Or
In telling of It he says: “ I was taken
T ou rist H leeplng Cars, and P ullm an f a l
day, also the representative o f a Port- \ tor in primary methods and reading
egon, for Washington County:
with Typhoid Fever, that ran Into
J. B. HORNER. A. M„ LIT. D.
lire Hleep r», operated on all train«.
land whisky house Saturday. Besides , state Superintendent Ackerman will
Pneumonia. My lungs became hard
Hahn, representing deliver an evening lecture. The instl-
these Mr. Wm. ------- .
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ened. I was so weak I couldn’t even
Benham. Trumbull & Co., the big Chi tute will begin August 28 and end h e p -, prature at tj,e State Agricultural col- W. T. Buxton and Ix>u Buxton, De-
F or further in fo rm a tio n ap p ly to
sit up in bed. Nothing helped me. I
cago distillers and dealers in Kentucky
expected to soon die of Consumption,
A S. V K N E N ,
whiskies, was here the latter part of
^ 1 >-vear-old son of Chas. White charmed Oregon audiences, has placed,
A gent, Forest G rove.
when I heard of Dr. King’s New Dis
lust week and the representative of tiic who 1Jveg npar
oiencoe. lost part o f
literary peopie o f our state
covery. One bottle gave me great re
Star Brewery made
his hand while loading a gun yester- <ie<l obligations to him for his recent j T- Buxton and Ix>u Buxton:
lief. 1 continued to use it, and now
G en ’ l A gent
the fore part of ^ i s w ^ TTie attrac- day
work on Oregon Literature, a 'elight- name of the state of Oregon:
You are T rav. F a««. Agt.
am well and strong, I can't say too
121 T hird Ht., P ortlan d, Or.
hib"tion town offers lead even brewery
Strangers wonder how it comes that fully “ '««ted and edited little book hereby commanded and require,! to be
much in Its praise.” This marvelon»
and dtatiBwv drummer, to seek out i a place so healthy as Forest Grove and p|lln« ° f a literature wonderfully rich and appear in the above entitled court
' medicine is the surest and quickest
an ideal spot for rest which has so little need for doctor*. ' ° r
y"" "K a state
It is a pity, and answer the complaint therein filed
cure in the world for all Throat and
Ind haidlv a “ ay passes without the can support ihree drug stores
The »houKh hat the authors modesy made against you on or before the expira-
Regular size 50 cents
In d ep en d en t and reliable—T h e O reg on Lung Trouble».
vteD o f liQuor m£n h £ T and they al- fact Is that much of the healthfulness him . mil any reference to that lecture tion of six weeks' Publication of this ian. ,
and $1.00. Tial bottle free at Chas.
e,,me « L in
I8 <1»»’ to the use of patent medicine*. ,,n Robert Burns which was one of the summons upon you, to -w it :-t h e 15th
Klrat to arrive with the telegraphic Miller’s Drug Store; every bottle guar
w ajs come again.
the consumption o f patent medi- Kems of thf Gladstone Park Chautan- day of September, 1899, and you will
n ew «—The WertrTy Oregonian.
Some people have been inclined to cines ls enormous Such is usually the T ,a two years ago. Professor Horner please take
notise that if you
doubt The Hatchet’s statement that ragp jn prohibuion towns but, differ- | ‘8 a native sen and a graduate of Wil- fail to
even without licensing saloons the city pnt from other towns where no-license lamette i niversiiy.
complaint herein filed
n WIU1UUV II\.X5AAC.»»0 —
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— * » k i . i . v a re n
t ______________________________ _
against you the plaintiff will take
tax rate for next year will be no hiKh- prpvaji8- beer and whiskey are not
judgment against you for the sum of
er. It cannot be without an act o f the go]d hprp nn(|er fictitious names,
« O * ♦<>♦ ♦»>♦
♦'oA $51.50 with interest thereon from the
2d day o f June, 1894. a. the rate of 10
per cent per annum, the sum o f $50.00
The justice ----------
attorney’s fees and the costs and dis
Hillsboro precinct. Tuesday was filled _ ............ .................................................
♦<>♦ *O v
bursements of this action and for sale
with an expectant crowd to hear the
of the property heretofore attached by
case of Julius and Minnie Peopples.
the sheriff of Washington county, Ore-
parents, vs. Joseph Rooks. The Peop
j Misses Hannah and Ingrid Anderson, gon and described as follows, to-wlt: I
New sof a Purely
pies sued for $50. They alleged that
| of Skookumville, were seen in town
First tract, being a part of the dona-
Rooks agreed to pay them this amount
Monday evening. They were out for a tjon jan(j c |ajm 0f Samuel Shepherd
if they would consent to his marriage
pleasant wheel ride.
sections 16 and 17. town-
with their daughter, aged about 16.
Mr. Mason Cady was seen riding a gbip ) north, range 4 west of the Wil- ;
Rooks and his wife were married last
wheel the^same evening.____ , lamptl^ meridian. Beginning at the
Salem Statesman: A. H. | l a d y s F.
they deny that
. . Saturday's
_______ __ ____
Sacramento I ;
sum was to have been paid for the o„tes and wife, o f Forest Grove, ac- ] Mr.
Mr. F W.
. ___ ,
, ompanled by
Lydtck and , to
a I cla , im ."*
T r,._ nln_ , haa ‘ ,lona,l/ ,n *a"^
mm*-, i compauieu
- ---------- *. "«»*-—>*« »»rn in Visit to Kansas. They were -.i___
com el v looking German woman, and wife, of Tekamah. Nebraska, were in visit to Kansas. They were expected
(,ha|ns th^nc© south 71 rl©Ki*©©8, west i
looking « over
home this _______
evening hut were delayed by 22
(.ha|ns to , h„
t ¿ ^ n d a r y "^ f
mad© a Rood witnes© for
.v . _____
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» He * I _____
m r n t n o rtf a
trP M t IP
4 _ _
HumDhreys decided that the | the country and visiting former neigh- the burning o f a trestle.
hors. Mr. Lynlck is a prominent farm -: Mr. Frank Comstock has returned
tunning up Gales Creek
parents could not recover. Represents er. stock feeder and shipper in Ne- t from Northern California, where he a k t'\Pnce northely along the east-
tive Tongue appeared for the plain braska. and is very much pleased has been working on the railroad.
*V"n 'lol|ndary of said county road to
Rev. W. H. Black, formerly editor of i wlth thp Willamette valley
Mr. Earl Fisher has returned from ‘ o n ^ T d W| T W ^ T B u 'Z n
o , * . . --------- , 1 1 «, nnhlication
Miss Tongue has been selected
the * Tillamook,
where he went to work In to t rang Dunlap,
the Othet Side, a populist publication | M*88
l^nresenT^miiaboro I» 8a»' mill.
the southern boundary o f Dunlap land
which suspended in Hillsboro, and
?be queen of the
Mrs. Daisy Horsford m .de_«: fly n g ,
(>f beK, nning. contalntlng 45
who has been in the Klondike
npa,VPrton M" " ' lay’ re,Urnln,? ac,-». more or less Also tract second,
returned to Seattle on the last ¡Astoria rega
Portland the same day
boalnnlng at a nolnt 6 06 chains south
from Skagwav He alleges that
Mr. N R. Wells claims to have i Mf. M g Barnes, of Skookumville. »»Rinning at a point B.w cnaina soutn
while enror.te he lost $1300 In gold threshed the first wheat o f th« season. hag hPK„ n work f>„ a new kitchen
hlr^^.ianaMon^land elaH n ^ rn n n iM
He had been in the gentlemen^ ^ g in n in g M ondar J w ^ v e acres ran
Thp A tlgang bpld . meeting Satur- f
». 27- " chilnlTio t Z ‘ S S
saioon. and upon his return to the ia- |:3° hushM. to t
who )|ypd nPar tbe l.tw een the north in d south ha,ves of
dies' cabin discovered his loss.
turlng in ’ the Interests of the United Catholic church, died .his week. Thus 8P£
>«• t «wn8T
„In X n
trace o f the stolen dust was found
Artisans, in Grant and Crook counties. ; another pioneer is d i e d ,o h i. Ion,
Washington county will
receive came home Tuesday.
Mr Llvlngood is building a new 20.28 chains; thence west 5.48 chains to
$8613.04 as its share oi
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the place of beginning, containing 11
school fund which is apportioned on a
Senator Haines and family and Miss Parn
basis of $1.51 per child instead o f $1.20 ____
Mary . .. Bailey went to Seattle Saturday , The secitlon men are wearing a : acres, more or less, to satisfy said Judg-
as last year.
„ w w
. vl*lreH n r
8 m ,,e n o w 88 t h e y
w a <lay a ftP r n ,e n t -
Rnndav The 'dwelling on Au* " 8t ,at- ln8,Pa<1
' This summons is served upon you by
Farmers from all over Washington
n l r d Nor»hh Y^amhin
Haying is nearly done now. and a pub))c]ltiaa hy those of Hon L A.
county report that winter and spring- their farm near
North Yamhill wa8 rB|n wou)d he very acceptable
countv fudge of Washington
sown grain has been much her "fifed by destroyed by fire, with the contents.! Mf W . E. Squires was busy Monday Rood
ty J made and Washington
the recent cool weather Much of the Saturday morning.
! evening plowing his garden, thus cora- 31«t day o f July. 1899. by which It Is
grain was ripening rather too rapidly,
Mr. J. S. Turner, postmaster at Hox Lining farming with his biacksmlthing
and had the Interne heat continued, le. Kansas, and a brother o f Congress j Mrs. Edward Woodard Sundayed in ordered that said summons be pub
lished six weeks consecutively In the
a short crop would have been the re
man Turner, spent from Friday to Beaverton.
Washington County Hatchet, com
Miss Spaulding returned to Portland mencing with the Issue dated tbs 3d
Monday visiting the Hoxle colony
The mail service from Gales Creek to which
Attorney fauigley. by Monday evening’s train
day of August 1899.
Illlngsworth. has been extended to sup Messrs. L. C. Pennell and I. W. Pat
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