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K.v. 11. 11. Ill worthy will imn. li
In tint M. K. chureh next Suud.iy,
luui iiinjf iiml evening.
Waon-niuker llouo it nuking
;t lot i.f very Hue krout euttoi-, ul.iili
It II' MM-""llItIl'.
'I'lii next ineetili"; of 1 1 1 - S:;tt
I urtii'uliunil Swlety, i- id t'nr
n :ilil-t ne xt .Monday.
Tin- Light A Witter n.niiiuy Inn
heived it ofllce from S-liiiliuerieh'
Iirick ti tin iwer lu.iw.
Tin.- Nchitl.'in Jiiuniiil 1 1 : - ln
l.oulit I'V u eoliiti.iny who will here
after iililiili it Hi a o,niii-l oriiii.
J. J. Morgun't IuiiiImt pile, on
Third street, in wmiev. Imt ru. ki-l, lull
then-tire hoard there yet, uml
William I'orter w ill, In u few days
t'oiiiiiien.t .IIk'K tree for full ami
w inter delivery. His tree- lire wi ll
('. J. )le-ly sliowi a potato flint
Weigh four xiund. Jt i not the
largest ill tlie county I. lit is u fair
sized lump of htur.li.
Winer Pointer, win of County
Treasurer I'ointer, lias gone to
Washington with U View of making
that state his erniunflit lioine.
1 (alias, Polk county, voteil on Mmi
ilay list on the nutation of Issuing
1 10,000 IhiikIs with which to con
hlruct water works for the town.
In nutli lng the Oregon iHlneiitional
exhibit nt the worlil's fair, the
American School Hoard Journal
makes particular mention of the
execllenee of tlio Hillshoro exhihit.
Lost, hay mure tiliout 7 years old,
weight, hint) pounds, xweeny on left
shoulder. Address J. C. Howard,
II Iville, or A. II. Morrill,
The parties oinler arrest lust week
charged with hurglarlously entering'
a saloon at Hetwerton were dis
charged for the reason evidence
Hiilllcient for ii conviction could not
Dr. Roger and wife, after ranil
ling ahout all Miimmer, hav! returned
home to him-ihI the winter. The doc
tor may run down the coast to San
Francisco, and look in at the mid
Mow would it do for Wellington
county to prepare a county exhihit
for tlie midwinter fair at Han I'ran
cisco. There will tie many visitors
there and a quality and quantity
display can ho made very attractive.
One hill of potatoes, hurhank va
riety, grown hy John Musters south
of tow n, has been left at this ollice.
There are live tuler and they weigh
tiltecn pounds. Will any other po
tato patch yield a hushel to every
Mr. 1. W. I'll tier in was in Port
land the first or the week, in attend
ance at the annual meeting of the
N. W. Funeral Director' Associa
tion. A full representation was pres
ent; delegate reported from Oregon,
Washington and Idaho.
Countv Clerk (loodiu has ap
pointed Mr. F. T. Kane, of Forest
I i rove to he deputy county clerk.
The appointment i an excellent one,
Mr. Kane being a young man of
thorough htisincKS training, which
prepares him for rapid and exact
Itev. Dr. tiue, of Portland, will
deliver a lecture in the. M. F. church
next Tuesday evening on "Reminis
cences of army life." Admission,
. cents, childred HI cents. Dr. I Sue
is a very entertaining spnikcr and
eloquent. Ill pictures ol h.1'IH'H and
incidents in the army will bo very
Miss Fllu Curtis arrived in this
city Tui-sdav morning, from ('en
trains, Washington, a the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hicks, having
lived a neiglilmr to her folks Tor a
number of year in the old home,
near Stockton, Kansas. She is en
gaged a a clerk in her uncle's store
in Centralia, from which duty she
U taking a rest for a few weeks.
I ...oi.ur mull bv the name of
Rhodes while at work for Herman
Collier, at Scholl Ferry, while split
ting stove wood, cut oil" the index
linger of the left liiind w here it Joins
the hand. It liecame necessary to
remove alsiut half of the metacarpal
bone to secure a proper covering for
the wound. Dr. Frank Ituiley sm
lessfully rfornied the ocration
and the young man Is doing well.
F.li.abeth Schmidt lias commenced
suit against Christ Leiscr for ulnnder,
i..iimr h.r ilaniaire at $1000. In
March last Mis Hchmldt wan 1k
trotlusl in marriage to Alphonso
Hendricks. Alioiit May 27 defend
ant leiscr uttered to Hendricks false
and slanderous words, which caused
him to break off the marriage iin
tr act, to the damage of 10(1(1, and to
the injury of plaintiff". good name
and reputation, to the value of .(immi,
making the K()0.
It will l rcmcmlicred Wesly (lar
lisoiicame down from McMinnville
some month ago to have an o ra
tiou perfoniKsl on hi leg, which he
had the misfortune to get shot nearly
a vear ago. Ir. F. A. .V I'. J.
P.a'ily oiK'rated on the leg on 'lui'sday
of this week, K-rf.irniing what i
known a exstvtjon of dead Isuie and
removing alHiut' llfty shot from the
-tnmil. 'I lie young man was miner
the ansthetlc over an hour, hut
the operation quite well and hi
-..:...,. l.i ulll 1st triad to hear
that there Is a fair chance of saving
the Injured inciiilier.
I. it Sundav Fred Moore, of iroen
ville, son of Honorable Jesse Moor
a.ridentlv shot himself with a :-
caliUT pistol, the bullet taking eff.vt
in the lower alslomen and ranging
back. Dr. W. O. Cole, of Kon-t
tirove was i-alhxl, who dressisl the
wound. n Monday the patient had
n high fever and was not doing well.
Dr. Cole called Dr. Tanli.-sie, of Hi N
horo, in consultation. ' The examin
ation emphasized the iuHtilty .f
making an iijclsion into the abdomen.
Tlii revealed the fact that the intes
tine had leen partially rut In
several place. Those oHning were
cl.-d, but the bullet could not be
found. After the neratlon the fever
went down and the wound.! man
ri-t.-d much I etter than 'fre.
though he I not yet out of danger.
That was a sad avid-nt on the
Portland mountain by which the
young life of Alison KoB'er, who
lived with his purcnt. on the
Frank kelvty farm near town,
wics crushed out. On Tuesday
he was returning home from
I'ortla.id, whither he had U'n mar
kiting a load of farm produ.v. Cum
ing down the llacon hill one of his
Ii ,i-vsm lag.sl that iU niugle tn'
fouled in the wagon wheel. Al
reached from hi scat to loose it,
Inch he succisslcd in doing, but the
fns d singletree sw ung forward and
struck tin- horse, causing the team to
make a sudden start forward. - The
quick motion of the wagon unseated
Hi.' driver, and he fell to the ground
in i'ront ij the wheel which passed
ov. r hi breast crushing him. The
suffering lsy was carri.sl to the lla
con farm house and a surgeon from
lic.tvcrton summoned, who prompt
ly responded, but the sufferer wa
to. i badly iujurcd for the skill of
physicians. He died w.t'iin two
hours alter the accident. The re
mains were internsj in Presbyterian
church cemetery, north plain.
This week the tire proof vault fur
niture ordered some mouth ago wa
received and put in place in .the
vault of the county clerk's ottlee. It
is the late-t device used for the safe
keeping of record and ended paier.
While luist Judge Crandall visited
many of the older county offices, but
found nothing that will equal what
I now in Washington county for
convenience and safety. Clerk (1o4k1
lu i pardonably vain of hi possess
ion, and will at onco arrange the
court paper as they will prolatbly
remain for the next titty or hundred
years. '1 he large record IsKik., ty
the new device are laid on their sides
instead of being stood on their end
in the new position it is almost iiu
possible to burn them. The whole
vault is not yet furnished, but w hat
ha bis'ii put in i mo arranged
that additions may lie made when
needed, but that time i in the misty
Mis Zulu Warren gave a very
pleasant party to a number of her
friends on Wednesday evening, the
occasion being in honor of Messrs.
C. 15. in-own and J. W. Spangler,
who returned a few day ugo after
an absence of several month. Tlie
party consisted of llft'ii persons,
mostly member of the Methodist
choir, of which the hostess I organ
ist, and the evening wa most pleas
antly spent by all. Refreshment,
instrumental and vocal music and
speeches, were the general order of
Hie evening until quite late.
Robert Porter, of Forest Grove, for
forty year a resident of Washington
county, was adjudged insane this
week and committed to the asylum
at Salem. In hi prime, I loh Porter,
a he wa best known, was a ower
among the politicians of the county.
He was full of exedicnt. and hold
in their execution. Victory more
than once marcli.tl with him and his
associates even when the majority
was suppose.) to he against him. In
the CD's he trained with the union
and republican parties, but latterly
he ha atUliated w ith the democrat.
A large county wa Wasco, and
this i the reason for ho thinking.
Iii.t week when our county clerk
(ioodin win in eastern Oregon, he
stopped aday at the Dalles.. Among
his calls was one on the county clerk
at Wasco, who called Mr. Goodin's
attention to old records, one of w hich
was that of u marriage solemnized in
lsro at Gri-n River in Wyoming.
At that day Wasco extended east
ward to the crest of the Rockies, and
north and south for a long distance.
The pupil of the public school, of
this city, were favored one day last
week by an address, delivered by
Mrs. Klliott, one of the teiehcrs' on
the subject of World's Fair." The
pupil gave good attention to
her profitable talk, at the close of
which a vote of thank wa rendered.
Mr. Klliott promise the school
another address on tlie same subject,
when she will hone to have more
time to devote to her subject.
Rev. If. It. Kl worthy returned
from his extended trip Fast. He
approuiiusl as near the Atlantic a
Niagara Falls. In Michigan hesiw
tl Id homestead. At Salt Lake
City he tarried for a day, Imt felt
that he was in a foreign country an
ecclesiastic hierarchy. During hi
rambles he took copious notes, which
will furnish abundant material for
enriching hi sermon.
It i not mentioned laicause it is
ft -red that readers have not already
discovered the excellence of Mr.
Kindt's world' fair letters, hut for
the purfioso of saying that w hen he
has completed his criticisms, Tifh
lxiiKPKXhKNT wid have another
series of letter that will occupy an
entirely different field, which will
furnish profitable plowing for the
In 1hs, the co-partnership of J.
M. Moyer .V Company wa formed,
w hose duration should lie five year
The original contract being completed
tlie firm is now cl.ising out it im
mense slock so ;i to M'riiiit other
combinations. Their announcement
The largest sale of dairy stock ever
put on tlie market in this state at
one lime, will lie openeti 10 ine puo-
lie at tlie Hillshoro Tair ground on
Wednesday, NovcmU'r I. This
herd is tested i)lil dalrvmeii should
make it a point to attend tlie sale for
the purpose ol slocking up.
i,.v lfarrv Wat kins will preach
mi SimilaV ' morning next at the
Christian church. Subject, "Spirit
ual life;" ' continuance of last er
ni, m. livening at :.t0. Subject,
Woman; from the text, "sue nam
done w hat she could." All are in
vited. Stranger welcome.
Mr, llaffety, of Mountaindale, dis
tributed to IrieiUl WHO rccognie.i
the fruit, papaws reccivi.! direct
from the Isittom or the Missouri
river. Dr. Charley HaftVty, of lVirt
laud, brought them on hi return
trip from the old home.
."service at the Congregational
church next Sabbath a follow: Sun
dav -chiM.l at M a. m., preaching at
II "a. m., subject, "The Popular Re
pinse." V. I'. S. C. K. at ::lo p. m.
followed by preaching at :.: p. ni.
All are weh-ome.
Cliahnger Chief, hrod and owned
bv Wl-doiii, of Portland, troths! in
the L':-0 classat I Angle thi week,
lie won the ra.v in 2:ltJ. He hold
the North Pacific stallion record.
Dr. Cha. Hrown I visiting, at
home for a few wt-k
R.vid wlmT "llaTrett Jt Corneliu
offer for lot).
Asnewuir Heichuian and w ife start
ed on Monday lat to the world's
fair. While absent he will visit his
Tlie lunch, which the IU?beka de
gree lodge, I. O. O. F. had proponed
for next lodge night, Saturday even
ing, I Kmtponed without day.
The ladies' aid society of the Ilap
tibt church will serve dinner to their
friend on Thanksgiving day, Thurs
day, November 30. Particular an
nouncement wilt I j mad later.
District Attorney Uarrct 1 sick at
St. Helens, where court I now in
session. Hi wife wa calhsl to hi
Isslsitleby a dispatch on Thursday
morning. The brief message did not
state the nature of hi attack.
Mr. Jame Spangler renewed the
acquaintance of old friend In Hills
tsirothe past week. He state that
hi father' health I not gotl thi
year, and that he I not able to do
regular ministerial work.
COIKT II01SE NKW.
D. W. Collin v. J. A. Reld, ser
vice of summon admitted by defend
ant, no answer or apearance. Judg
ment for plaintiff in the sum of 1:J.
;W and for cost and disbursements.
J. C. I all v. J. A. Reid, service of
summons admitted hy defendant, no
answer or appearance. Judgment
for plaintiff in the sum of fl.Vt and
cost and disbursement.
M.Hiney, Valentine A Goldsmith v.
W. J. Hice and Sallie Rice, order
confirming sale of real estate entered.
In the matter of the adoption of
lifiin Killie Slaat. It ap-aring to
the court from the paer filed here
in, that said infant i legally in
charge of the Hoy and Girl Aid
Sociely and that they have signified
their consent In w riting, that John
llerdlein and wife, the iietitloner
herein, may adopt said infant, and
the court U'ing fully satisfied that
said petitioners are w illing and able
to support, maintain and educate
said Infant ; it I therefore ordered
by the court that to all Intent and
purMihc Lena Lillie Slants named
herein shall ho the child of John
llerdlein and wife, Minnie llerdlein,
and that her name he changed to
I'iia Lillie llerdlein. .
Isaac Allen v. Alonzo Wilson, ac
tion for money, case submitted and
taken under advisement.
In the matter of the estate of
Ura.illa (Vinstahle, deceased. Upon
petition of Mr. Klizabeth Shuteaud
Mrs. II McLin, J. W. Shute Is here
by appointed administrator with
ImiikI fixed at 20,000. liouds tilts I
and approved with John A. Poote
and R. Hcholtield a sureties.
letter of administration Issued.
Appraiser apM)inted are Peter 11a
cow, J FnH'uian and J. D. Merryman.
In the matter of the estate of
William Vincent, decease:!. Petition
of widow for apsiiitnient of admin
istrator Bled. Ordered that R. Vin
cent, brother of deceased, be appoint
ed administrator, and upon his
tiling a Isind In the sum of -'0,000.
letter of administration will issue.
In the matter of the estate of J.
Wirtz, deceased. Citation returned
a served on minor heir A. J. Wirtz,
J. H. Wirtz, W. P. Wirtz, M. J.
Wirtz, Agnes Wirtz, T. J. Wirlz, A.
C. Wirtz and J. J. Wirtz filed their
apH'arance, no objection being filed
it i therefore ordered that land in
Yamhill county and the farming
land in Washington county belonging
to saitl estate lie sold, one-half the
purchase price cash In hand, balance
in one year from date of side, secured
by mortgage on proM-rty sold. L.
K. Adam apMilnted guarhian ad
litem for minor heirs.
In the matter of the guardianship
estate of John II. Hissell, an Insane
icrson. Citation will issue to John
II. Ilissell and all other Interested
in said estate to apsiir and show
cause on Saturday, November llth,
1mj; at 10 o'clock a. m., why an
order for sale should not I hi granted,
a prayed for in petition of guardian
of saitl estate.
In the matter of tht estate of James
I). I)ftis, d-e.ted. Ordered that
the administrator of said estate he
dinvted to sell the personal proerty
of said estate except promissory
notes, at private sale for cash in
hand, at a price not less than ap
praised value thereof.
Rev. R. I). St rey feller was a 'pas
senger from ernonia on .McNutt
Rroa.' stage, from Corneliu to er
nnnia on Tuesday, also Mr. R. Rog
er and Mr. J. A. Kirk wood.
Mi-s Klla Pollock visited the ex.
ixisition at Portland last Friday and
Hie fact that students of Corneliu
school who have tried going to school
at other places have returned, satis
fled they can do as well here, I a
compliment to our school.
Two loads of hunter and fishers,
one load consisting of Man IMzer.
Charley Johnson, J. W.Clark and
J. II, Corneliu; the other of Sol
Knicrieh, t). M. Prather, Win. II.
Watts, Arthur Watrous, M. II. Hen
tlersou and Ike Pizer, left here last
week ImmiikI for the Wilson river
country. A the aliove mrty wa
exected home on Monday evening
anil thi being Wednesday, p. m., it
Is time for alarm ami a searching
party to !: sent out, or It may lie
they have more big game than they
can get home with.
There wa another lawsuit this
week. State of Oregon v. John
Doyle. A.M. Hatch, the complain
ing 'witness, had Doyle arrested for
assaulting and forcibly detaining him
on the highway, George A. Hrown
apearing for the state ami Hon. S.
R. Huston for the defendant. A
Jury wa Impaneled, and after hear
ing tlie evidence and tne eloquence
of the attorneys, brought in a ver
dict for the state. Justice Phillip
fined Doyle -5 and cost. The latter
he refused to pay. ami a the law of
Oregon, or at least tlie practice, Is
such that a prisoner cannot he com-
mltted Tor cost, the prisoner wa
Our enterprising citizen, Jacob
Kelm, proprietor of the Imperial
Fruit Works, I now very bu.y, and
I turning out abundance of excellent
cider, Jelly, apple butter ahd " boiled
Thomas Tallxd ami wife returned
from Coryalll FrMay evening,
iicjv ii. j . "-I-,. ". - . .
ttliy. Mr. Talbot resumed his duties
as section foreman on Monday, after
a vacation of six week.
There I a move, to organize a
night school, and no doubt it would
be a gotxl thing for the young men.
rnOM AXOT1IKR PEN.
II. Challacombe wa In town one
day last week.
Mr. Markham and daughter,
Pearl, were guect at the hotel
Will Toltsjt writes from Chicago
that ho has reailied that part in
safety. Will I very much missed by
his friend here, eixlally by the
girl he left behind.
Charlie look very cross lately. He
think we have a Joke ou him but
wo haven't, have we, girls?
If the person who wrote this item
in last week's t "Mr. went
to Portland Saturday, and some
people are Marvin a to why he
staid over Sunday" will show u
w here there is any sense in the ex
pression, we will endeavor to appre
ciate what seem to have been hi
first attempt at punning.
Mr. Meron Tibltts, who went over
to Nehalem last week, returmtlTuea
day. Glad to see you, Meron; we
were beginning to fear that some
bear had hugged you to death.
Several of onr young eople will
attend the masquerade ball at Dilley,
ou the 20th.
We noticed that J. P. look very
happy lately, and when questioned
a to the change, he replied that it
made him so glad to think that he
didn't have to cros any more cattle
Ml Flora Pollock, daughter of
Col. Pollock, 1 teaching the Iowa
Hill school. A i hi I MI Flora's
third term In that district we Judge
she 1 quite a successful teacher.
Quite a rumpu wa heard on the
street Saturday night, ami w hen ye
ever vigilaut marshal went to ascer
tain the cause, he found it wa only
the jieople going from church, falling
through the hole In the sidewalk.
Never Mind. Just wait till our
town 1 incoriiorated, then we'll have
sonic new sidewalks.
Say, if you want to see some pretty
houses, look at Mrs. Friedcnthal's
residence on Oak stn-et, Mrs. Sues'
next door, and A. A, Phillip' down
the track, ami then go home and
and sav to your wife, "we'll have
one." 'Well, Corneliu i Improving.
Word come from I ley wood's dis
trict, that a usual, Mr. Kinma Cor
neliu I having wonderful success in
tier sch.Mil at that place. Mrs. Cor
nellu I an excellent teacher, and
our scoool Is unfortunate In losing
Died in Cornelius, on the Gth, at
H o'clock p. m., tlie literary society.
Remain were donated to tlie church
in token of kindly remembrance.
May she rest in ismee until the day
of resurrection, when every wrong
shall lie righted, am! they who have
been "faithful in little thing may be
made ruler over many."
t'O REST UR0VE.
Keyes A Thatcher are Intending to
start a branch butcher shop In Port
laud. Mr. J. P. Vaughn ha moved Into
J. W. Walker's house, the one re
cently occuphsl by Mr. Russell.
Mr. Chipmaii, proprietor of West
ern Hotel, expect to rupy hi
property, west of the public school,
in the future.
Mrs. Wilson Ralley I very low
with paralysis. The doctors enter
tain no hopes of her recovery.
There are a few cases of measles in
town, all of them mild, however.
Mr. High Clark had the end of the
middle linger oi ill right hand taken
off hy hi steam saw lately.
V'e understand that Mr. David
Patterson, who I visiting relatives
in Ohio, is beginning to long for
home. He I eeeted here e're
The rainy weather I comelling
many to build shed for their wood.
Rev. Mr. Green, of Oregon City,
preached at the Christian church last
The pulpit of the M. K. church wa
tilled hy Presitleut McClelland, morn
ing anil evening.
Misses Lizzie and Jennie Arm
strong spent a few day visiting
friend in Portland thi week.
Mis May McWhirter, a former
student of Pacific University, now a
resident of I ji Grande, paled Forest
Grove a tlylng visit Monday. She
was the guest of Mis Sarah James at
Mr. T. R. Greer, the grocer, I
enlarging the house w hich he recently
purchased In the ruuthwest corner of
the Grove. He intends to move his
family there a soon a the repairing
Mr. McClure, of Portland, entered
Pacific University last Wednesday.
Mr, Fred Moore met w fth a serious
accident last Sunday while hunting
near Greenville. He was eating an
apple and carrying a calibre re
volver in the same hand in which he
held the fruit. A he raised the
apple to hi mouth, the revolver
omehow wa discharged. The bul
let entered the young man's abdo
men, cutting the Intestines In several
place. As soon a the accident hap
iened, Mr. Moore ran to hi home,
aliout a mile and a half away. Dm.
(Vile and Ijirge were sent for, but
they failed to find the bullet. Mr.
M.sire' recovery I considered doubt
ful. The evening service at the Congre
gational church last Sunday wa
given to the consideration or the
Columbian exposition. Professor
Powell and Robertson, both of whom
visited the world's fair 'ground last
summer, read paHr on what they
aw there, the former speaking of
the building, statues and relics, il
lustrating the time of the discoverer,
the latter ahout the art department.
Mr. Roger siKike briefly concerning
religion at the fair. The descriptions
were excellent, and caused those wha
could not see the great exposition to
realize something of their loss,
Dr. and Mr, Ward departed last
Monday for New York. The doctor
Intend to pursue surgical studies
there for some time.
Rev. C. V. C'lapp arrived here
Tuesday everting from an extended
tour of eastern Oregon.
Honorable Ben Stark, of New
Iunion, Conn., arrived here on the
Tuesday evening train. He visited
Pacific University next morning and
siMike very pleasantly to the student
at chais't. Senator Stark ia one of
the earliest h ttler of iniron. having
come to the vicinity of Forest Grove
in Im.i. lie I also rememoereu a
having been a benefactor of the uni
versity during its early struggle,
and it I for the purpose of visiting
the institution trial ne i nere now
iaenator Stark I one of the men w ho
represented Orison In the United
States senate during the six years
subsequent to 101. During thi
time he moved his home to Conner
tleut where he now r.wldit. We
hope senator Stark will enjoy his
May ameng u.
8rcil Corra poiulvat.
. The Normal opened Scptc mlKr p.,
with an enrollment of l.'i.
Miss (Usisurvant, a graduate of the
Pennsylvania state Normal, ha tss'ii
added to the faculty this year as critic
teacher in tlie model school.
The hop yield in Plk county has
been unusually large this year.
The Northwest Raptist Ass.s'iatioii
held a convention in this city K'tober
3, C, 7 and X.
The student of tin? Normal en-
Joyed a solo from MUs Ayer Friday
Drawing has Us n added to the
regular course of study, for the Is-ne-flt
of those who w ill Issx-ome teacher.
The athlete are looking forward
to a match gums of foot-ball with
Pacific University eleven.
Student attending the Normal
from Washington county are a
follows: A. A. Walker, Paul Rowe,
Myrtle Howe, Lucy Humphrey and
The senior clas orgauUtsJ October
2 and elected the following otUcers :
Sarah Drlggs, president; ltruee
Davidson, vice-president; Kitty Me
Cue, secretary; C. F. Tilton, treasurer.
The regular chacl work was
taken up by the senior clas Friday
morning. Mr. Rlngo and Mis
Crosly gave us a very good descrip
tion of their visit to Mt. Hood.
XI II 00 1, KKl'OKT.
Rock Creek School, District No. 51
for mouth ending tk't, Average
daily attendance, L'li; No. cases tardi
ness during month, 111; No. of visit
or, 3; total No. eulolliHl, A.; No. of
girl enrolled, T2; No. of isiy en
rolled, 2:1; pupils ou roll of honor for
the month ending Oct. lhtvi.1
Kurath, Henry I Sower and Peter
Hower. Chas. II a xsex, teacher.
The following is a rexirt of ihe
school taught in Sctiggln' valley
beginning Septemlier Is, anil ending
Octolier I-', Isll.'t. No. of day taught
1'0, pupil enroll. si, day attend
ance, ii(i(i; Average attendance, 2';
No. neither absent nor tardy, Fl.
Arthur Rail, Nellie Jackson, Lizzie
Meier, Anna Meier, Rhoda Meier,
Lula Sain, lioftie Sain, Lottie Ki.in,
Cynthia Scott, Lula Scott, Henry
Scott, Vemie Wahl, Rlunche Wil
cox. A I.U'E PoKTKIt,
"Tho best thing in tlie world."
Thi I what W. 1). Woodrlng, of
ISordly, Kentucky, say of Chamlier
Iain's cough rem. sly. He ssike
from personal experience in tlie use
of it, himself and family having Just
been cured of bad coughs am! colds
by it. For sale by Hillshoro Phar
macy. It I not unusual for colds con
tracted in the fall month to hang on
all winter or a stain a a ierson is
over one cold to contract another.
This succession of colds is what causa
chronic catarrh and bronchitis. One
or the other of these diseases is al
most certain to be the result. For
thi reason it i of much importance
that coltl contracted at thi season
of Ihe year receive prompt attention.
They can U quickly cur.sl if Cham
berlain' Cough Remedy is used. It
acts on nature' plan, loosens the
coltl, aids expectoration, and relieves
the lungs, si Kin effecting a crmanciit
cure. 2.i and AO cent bolt lea for sale
by Ilillstsiro Pharmacy.
When troubled with pain In the
stomach, bilious colic or diorrh.ea,
give Clianilierliu' colic cholera ami
diorrh.ea remedy a trial, and you
will be more than pleased with the
result. It I pleasant, safe and reli
able. 25 and 60 cent bottle for sale
hy the Pharmacy.
Kntry of Final Htntement.
NOT I OK it h.irfhT Kiven tbnt thantuler
imiHd Iih tllrd in tlie ('ountY Court of
the Htnte if reuon for WnHliinuton duality,
hi flunl noooont M adminintrator, with thf
will mineixd, of tlie extitte of H. J. Kwunn,
.ksMiRMitl, and that mod ('onrt hail appointed
Saturday, tl lltb day of November, 1S!U,
nt 111 o'olook A. M., as the time for lieariiiK
the objection to Haiti final account and for
lb Uleuieul thereof.
SiJ-2 4. J. FOWLF.lt.
WILL Ih received nntil Thnrn.lay, No
vember Dili at 2 oVIonk I. M. at the
OJanty olerk'a office, in HilUboro, t re'on,
for the construction of a bridire acroea the
oreek at (iaston to replaoe old bridge; alao
for bridge and fill welt of Keaverton, at tho
Johnson plane. I'lnim and epecidoation at
county clerk' offloa on and alter Octolier
'JSth, 18113. Uv order of the Comity Court.
KODOJ.t'H ("KAN DA 1. 1
'.1KJ3 County Jndpe.
V(K)D, liiduHtriou., tingle man, with
f 4u0 capital, to take one-half interent
tn good rented farm. A bargain for the
right man. Knnuire
J-U liAKKETT A COKNELIl'S.
Htock holder's MrMliif.
The annual meeting of Ihe stockholder
of Ihe Mawniio Huilding Aanociatiou, will
1st held in Manonio Hall. Hillloro, Oregon,
Saturday, October 2, la:t, at i o'clock p.
m., f 'I the election of officer and the
transaction of uoh other buaineaa a may
be brought before it.
IS 21 KODOLl'II CIUNDALL, Heo.
Dead Letter LIkI.
The following list of letter remain
uncalled for in the Hillshoro ixt-
oftlce. J. C. Adams, Mis Dell Rak
er, Ferdinand Rurrle, Fred F.verson,
Horegan, O. Settle, Jack Simoson.
All letter not called for by Octolier
28, 19:1, will Is- sent to the dead
letter omce. One ci'nt will be
charged on each, letter called for,
iAny a. hiky.v, i at.
Ml HutTered Several Years
With rkruaurtim. I took Uood Mrtprilla
h Ml betlrr than I have for jear. My
ka4i b4 cue of catarrh aa4
llfU tneurabek Sh took eoiSlence (roat
tba keavtt I h4 received froa ttt
a4 after taking four bottle f In meairIM
b It eatlrely wrll. ' W. It. IUuit, Pull-
Baa, Waah. Be mt to ft Hood.
Hfrexl'a rlll cur nver lilt, lrk hcadaclt.
auaito. bMiineaUwO. Ztr Iwa.
lion Does This
As a ieciliieii of what Schill
merich A Sou i doing, kindly
notice that they are offering
Ifyoun.ssl a full outfit, the
ratio keeps riht there; for they
Fall Suits. SI 0.00.
And theu In a strictly confi
dential way, they whisper:
Fall Underwear. 50c.
It's cheaper to Is' a civilized
man and dress well, than to be
a Soiibnnese on Midway Plais
aniv. Scliulnicricli Son.
lMl'KKLUi YAM 1001)
For all varieties of Poultry, laying
Fow ls, Young Chicks, Ducks,
leese and Turkeys.
WILL M AKK YOl H II KN SLAY
It kts'ps fowls in best condition, and
makes poultry the most prof
itable stock on the farm.
No poultry yard is complete w ithout
I M PICK I A L K.;1 FOOD.
For aide by . . .
S. F. SOL'THAUD.
A. Hort.iler. proprietor of the Hillsboro
JiH.iudry, bit moved to the lir(bHHt
Third and Washington
Oppoailethe M. K. Church, where hi fa
oilitlea for promptly clemisiiw ami starching
linen and drsperiea are better tlmu ever
F'or pant patronage, the
proprnitor hope to re
tain, by auiierior w.uk
and prompt delivery, hi old customer and
Herure new one. IS '."J
V, M. IIKIIIKL, Prop.
We alway carry a good t ck of
Ult llS ANI1
CIO A KS.
KJtKSU KVKUY DAY.
Call on us when In need of anything in
Cor. Third & Main, HILLSBORO, OR.
Corner Heoond . and.. WaahinKton Htreet
AND KENOVA 1'KD
VF1IIHT CLASH TAHI.K. and all ac
eouiuiotlation for the convenience of
KC" Charges Reasonable
lUrklen'a Arnica Malre.
The Is-st salve in the world for
Cuts, Hruises, Sores, I leers, Salt
Ilheuni, I- ever Son-s, I etter, (. liapS'.l
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, ami all
Skin eruptions, and jsisitively cures
riles, or no pav nsiuinsi. it is jruar-
anttssl to jjive HTfts-t satisfaction, or
money refunded. Trice ! cents s-r
Ikix. For sale by Hillshoro Phar
macy. X of Ice of Final Nell lenient.
N- OTICK hereby niven that the nnder
aiunrd ha Hied hi final account a
administrator of the efttateof Hlenlien Cum
min n, deceaeed, in the tvmnty Conrt of the
State of OreKon, for WaahinKton wunlv,
and that anwl court ha apsuuted Mommy
the litb day of N'ovenilier, ln:a. at 10 o'pi k
A. M., a the time for hearing objection to
audi final ucoount and for the settlement
theieof. J. It. O. 1 ll.M 1 11 IN,
Adnitniatrator of the eatate or ntennen
Cniuinin tleeeaeed. lll-'JI
rpWi) Lot lOoilOO feet each, at Wood
1 (took, and a honae and lot at Wod
lawn. All gxsl 1'ortland anhnrhan prop
erty. No Incamiiraooe. worm u. n in
ex.'banva for a farm of ahont sn acre got d
land. alonl acrea In cultivation, email
honae an I barn, in Ihe vicinity of HilUtxiro.
Will aaeuma aotne tnoamhranca. Nocom-
miMion, no agent. Aitirea rr run par
ticnlar. IHOrt. F. FAUiHANKH,
lij.'ju wooaiawn, uregon.
.ollre tn Farmrr4
rANTF.D To br.y foe ah.atock kog.
fall blooded ( beeter White, ten or
tvelye lull grown ow. twenty or thirty
l.ihU mine ta-iv.1. ali one lull gravu
tniar all fnll-llHsl, to lie uenvereu urn me
Willamette llw or nt I'ortlnnJ Anyone
havinit the aliove pl. aae aiwwer thi notice,
atate prira and t'ir akltww ao I can sail
and ee ttv rw. a.itinstant
U tf JOHN O. UENUICI,
'VkirJand Waahinifton treei. old council
hnilding, room IA and 21. Portland, Or.
BAKOAINH! BAIttUINM. I will nil for
oaab at lateral. ratM. a larva lot of
lomber at Unllar'a mill nar Hillalx.ro, alao
a losina tvam. yok. of oin, aliont A)
lona of Bay and "otbr prorty. I will
aim aril on fa.orahla trrm aid mill, now
In pood running ordrr. nd U flilnrr an -nrtml
tbvr.witta. All paiwin indl.trd fi
Inmlwr pnrol.aa.tl al aaid mill, amna Jnn .
an I. Iw.ll. an brnhy notified to maka Ira-
mwliaM piytn.nl tt ro. al n,y otl. in
Hillaboro, and aara e -at.
HKW. U. HIMPHHEY.
o ;, lrutr.
ARB YOU PREJUDICED ?
Many s'ip!c ll ii.k il nc-.eai y lo to tumo li;
t ily to ';n 1 it liisl cl.ijs
.. DRUG STORE
iKm't you Is lii vo it, Kc:imo f in ls .-..iivii .-cl tlmt there i a fjrtl vim Jru
ht.ire liere, l y i.il'.iiij; on
BROCK & SELS
W I H I 'ii I I H lilH Mllil A I
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES
IHI OI I aun I lie: Mt IOHI.
1'icM.ril'tioti. I'ar.'fully tviii ouiiJcd by uu cxpeneauwd
HILLSBORO BRICK CO.,
' I'lIK ynrds of tlie IIII.I.SIu Ki ) I'.'.tli'K CO. are l.tcaWd near Ihe KailroaJ
1 in lli South part ol Town, mid Imve for aula the very beat of HllK'h,
wbi.'h will Is Hold M tlieynrd or di'liv.'r.'d
AT REASONABLE RATES.
Inquire ttl Hie Yiu-l ol I'. ?l. Ii F.I.SA , or of 4lvner.
.1 AS. II. SH.VKMi, Proprietor.
mm i ' 'i s '. ' ' ,vi jar" n r-n , .... j.jl
"""''"v(s:j'.i!:"o."..:;j. .:. .1 . .
H'Iiimi VOll sec a sootl tliini;
.. CATCH IT ..
Th.it w Imt t'M'i v ( ii li il i lioiiNi'-U.M'ii'r ami ciMik iims when nh know
w Inn1 to liny
CLEVELAND'S BAKING POWDER
.. ewil.lt IIV ..
HUCHES, MORCAN & ROCER3,
of I lillrtlioro. Hi. !'. oi, mill tirkiioM lt'.li;i'.l hy nil an Hiiierior to any rWkiag
I'otvilrr in lli" imukt't.
Try II, uml lie rou vlneed tlutt what we say U true.
IIlKiHKS, MOltOAN & KOCiEliS.
HILLSBORO MEAT MARKET
11 1! KS T A: THOM AS, I'liiin ieliiis, ,
MAIN' SIIM'.KT. ...... 1III.LHB0B0.
ciiokk m:i:r, mutton, vkal axd pork
Kept Coiistiinlly on IIhiiiI.
llii;li.'st iniiikt'l iiro niil for I'.icm , Million, '.-;il mill llor. Fair dealiuj
to ta 1 1 . Pli'iiM' jjive tlrt a trial.
CARSTENS BROS. & MEAD, Proprietors.
SASH. DOORS AND MOULDINGS
A full Line of Imii.Iui I ii' iiimI niilt'rti .it nili, door inoiilding tod
l.rii.'kelH .oiiHliiiitlv in ! k.
Siet inl llfsliriia of liiiilil.'i'H' phhIh mail.' to nnlcr on abort notic.
I iimli.'r Yurtl. In .oniici tion villi ihe ..r'n iiikI door factory a lumber
vnnl will lx' k't -oii-l a n 1 1 v liH-k.-il wiili rniiL.i mid .li.-'d liiiiilx-r of all kind.
Itilllil.'I'M nr.- invll.'H to lmc lli.'ir onliiH with n.
Olllee at the l':i torv, .'t of llie railroad hhilioti, 1 1 ilUlK.ro, Oregon.
v. k i i..t:M, A.
Oycn all ihe yir. Ktu h r.'. rnt-rt any lime. Catalogue fra
Xv' a hussn:: education pays.
(j aj.iii i ai 13
mm mM and
. . tlltlll l Mill .
HACKS, mT(J(iIKS AM) ItlDIMJ HOIISEH
I'IKinril.k Al ielltll Tt.
a m:w i.ixe hi iti i;i is aooed.
llr.hr l.rt for IIKWtsK will rertltf proiupl afteiitUa.
lieiiieitiber the l'lee.
MAIN STREET, opposite TUALATIN HOTEL.
F. J. WILLIAMS & J. W. SEW ELL . Proprietors.
cam. ami rr. ...
Dr. W. BOWLBY,
DRU(5dlST AMP D00KSCLLR,
And Kt t our in. mi. - . w.irll. i I I'rn.'-, M."ii in.", Toilet Article, Eoftloji
and l'ar. Mu'ii-nl Mor. h ni'ii-H, :i;cl
nitintrv I riir. I'mbiW uii.I Not. Itv Moro.
I"ri"."'i ii'tiotit and f"riiml r.u. piiIv
STOCK FARM t
olllHtlllOHN AMI JKKSKY CATTLK.
Seed of dirtereiit Kami I'rotlavt kepi
T"t AND TURNIP SEtOS A SftCIALIT.
siiepiierd I 'ou". Tor nale, oolor, olu
and Tail, or Sable.
Orders HHed Willi Vmrr.
Cenlerville, Washlngtoi Couity, Or.
AND DOOR CO.
and O.el.r. In
)'. AetJ.: iikoNii, IVim ii-Ai.
I IMI Mill
-y.-ry lliinif nn'ially krpt in a lrll
n.in 1. 1 ..' !-' t at all iiuur.