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About Hillsboro independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 189?-1932 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1899)
SOME OREGON HISTORY
Sixty Years a Resident and
Farmer of .V'ashinflton
0,S HIS HOMK.sTE.ID YfcT
Xh-. Olrh'n t -IU ef m f bis
I virrlrm-rn an tke rlbweat
Thos. :cliin, one of the very mrl-j..-t
s. tiler of Ihls county, now ml'
the h'.- of ml yen, him retired from
1,1-4 lii.i farm and now reside In
llillsla.ro whore lie entertains his
,,M. r- with iimny an interesting
story f early dsys. In I H;tt he left
lii Irai in Ihe mountain gorges,
n, came l (lie TtJHlatiu plains,
Washington county, determined to
lulliiw Hi pursuits of Ihe farmei lor
uhh-h his Hriy ivigiisit training . , .
h uihnl him. .. year he ,7, Th, dreary ,4 Nature'. D..-..I-,
. . it. a . lan-ft of all feiVM l.lk .Iibii.hV-
.... I liul mat ill mini know m irvuiu. i
h left there in 'II n,i early iu
"SUE BAILED 01 1)1T.
One of the prettiest tlitnjf Satn. L.
Simpson ever wrote I the following
on the wreck or the Uerse K. Vi right
in 173. The steamer started on her
return trip from Sitka ami look ear
go at Kbook, leaving there Jan. ,
ij. ntu waa never hearij fi alti r
ward. The chief ettirineer waa John
Sutton, father of Mh lieu. Alns-
worlh, well known here. There
were twelve or thirteen pe-ssengeis,
row Iwfnty-one. Afl the ship
waa given up, 8. initio i rote lime
paragraph which at owe received
Ihe recognition of a claasic:
The atiD had set, an.l all alone
A steamer battled a ill. tha aca!
Her plum o( smoke ia hockwar.
While 'neath her prow with
The conquering wave Wnds sullenly ;
And chill and drear tialw crwpa
Alum the wild and mist detai
Thai roll to windward and a-lce.
With matic laughter deep and low
The coiling waters mock her way ;
A pallid aea-htnl, w heeling clow,
Khrieket to hia mother ea ladow
The hopelces flight of human prey ;
Ana o er tlte waste ol water lirnula
WASHINGTON CO. HAY
Kow Being used in the Phil
ippine Islands by the
NO 1.0AU TO DKAVEUTOX
The Farmer af that NrlgkberhtHtl ate
Trjlaf te get eae Ih. Ihe
ia town this
a I la U U.
a djiiy liter.
i . . -
i.i i i.m'mI.mI mi IIihI tamtutiful Irad of
lui'l norlh eastward from Hillshoro
known as the Titos. Olclilo and wife
U. 1.. t'. H still own the tract and
is the only "lie "f 'he early settler
a ho does, lie. has made it hi home
i t all the years of his residence in
Hie ci.iinly except the last 12 uiontha
miiii he came to Hillrtboro and a
year in Hli'J, when he went to the
j-oid ilitKiiiK' ' California. Dr. Mo
I , advii'eil sKainMl that trip
.i 'in i '' ptirpoHP. However when
r. ':rt .'d hu reallzn the aoundnetw
,,: il' r ju inel, for otaloeii were ae:l
i I,.. i .i farm at f'i er huahel and
v. ..I IS. He inadw nothing by
jcoing compared with what he miKhl
haH iiiuiIh by Htaylnjf. Ilia farm
wax In (treat neeil of care the fences
were hrokPii down, weed were grow
(., hi il hU Htm k waa acatterred.
Hy the time the rixinjr wm fliilahel,
Hie store of L'olil brought back waa
The flrxt wheat he had floured waa
...... kil on ix.niiM to Mill ulain. back
of Vancouver. The next wan eround
.at th mill of Jo Oale,on (laleetreek,
u.iri i-oiiiitv. From 1812. the time
uhon hn Mettled here, till 1848. Mr
im liln never saw nv money not a
dollar. All tradinir wa by barter.
ri... Hi-.! Fourth of Julv celebration
whhI l ive (Uka on the Zvhary do
.., ..,u, in 1811 or MS. The finl
jifiMt fan, a machine lor separating
wi.c.f from chair, ci wt tlOO. It waa
crude, but better than
wiiim wing in the oen air. There
u.r.. j iy amorg the pioneers and
they have witiHfaction In telling.
Kilate i:i!ilHlh Krnat, decMwed;
invi utorv of iroirty filed which ia
....I.. ...I -I Mo
K-itHte hxlward Conala hie, deceased;
. ... a wr k nvT
Ilnal accouul nteu ana Monutiy, ni"
liih, net for Its examination.
Kiate Maud 1 Kellv. deceased; In
tlli-il. 1 "roiier Iv valued al
:ll()2.ar. l'roperly set off to widow,
2 horses and wagon, buggy and sin
gto harneas, 2 head cattle, 20 hogs, 23
iroat. crop wheat, oats and potatoes
and all household and kitchen fur
niture. - . .
Kitate EliaaU-th Ilanley, deceased;
Ih-nton llownian HpMinted guardiau-ad-litem
of minor heirs. Executor
authori-vd to sell real estate for cash
in hand, or so much thereof as will
lie necessary to pay debts and cost of
License to wed was issued, M. 3d,
to IU iiJ. E. llrHT, 24 and Fanule
The Dignity of Ialsir" will he
the Ih e on which I he nstor of the
Congregational church excta to dis
cour.H next Sunday morulng. The
idea Mr. Hughes has iu mind; this is
there is a prevnh"'! scramble among
yours; m- to i. irthe professions,
aair h .i : : i.e wee the avenue to a
hiuorau.1 ni. iful life. No, says
the preacher, Lalsir ia ilignitled and
...uui n.un..i tuimror is a far better
pro.hu t than a K-tti fogging 1,wy,;r'
aiUiick li tor or a nan hik
vine. In the evening a pngraon by
the lailies has Isn prepared.
The (iuincy, III., Journal, Sept. 27,
Hi psge edition, H. N. Wheeler, e.1 1
lor, came out Monday morning. II
. .... uv ..i,nn.,il matter touch-
iiiiiani-f j - .
I... i lin clinirm I excursion trip mane
by its eilitor last July. His descrlp
Usiii are consciencloutly made and
word of censure
u.irn ooskI but he nowhere
slops ov r and ust-s paint of rose
.i ha ...ould have used
n riui v
. . ....... i.. . r.,ur t nnr Ivne celling
iwiiik l" ' " . " . . : .
. their wlww they didn't lloog
last wek, W.shIs isvep."--
. .. .. .' ... u..iiu It iloea this
tell tneiruui -- --
week, though, and you should resd
the I Miles Is
spending a part of his Taction this
' .....I. ku nii.ther Mrs. lr.
A. I kins. HeexiwcUtoreturntothe
Dalles next Monday.
..... i .iii" the suhiect of
iifiivered at tne
kit. atniii .
Christian church next Buu.lay morn
iinr by the isistor. Ilegular eervlcw
in the evening.
will tell on
1 lit. o. m . .
. ..I im transtsirts
lion to IMrtland for M cents gootl to
return on any day during ma- w-
Judge A. II. Tanner ami Horace
Hutlerneld were guests yesterday ju
W. H Thome's. A lew .-
ing was the olject ol their coming
A auddMn lilncliinK atrikea the flea
To witnlwar.1 and the fearful twang
In Neptnne trident hmua a glee
(if might and wrath and agsiy.
tor wliere the breakers Nmmii and claniT,
Uka flying shrouds from rilli.! gru.'tK,
The remled foam drilta on Ihe waves
Whence Ocean's sluuiberiiiK furict
Into the ieweleil arms of niuht
The mail storm leaps, his vap'ry lair
Drifts o'er her queenly breast taxliglit,
And qtieii:hea all lis geiumy light;
And down the corridors ot air.
'Mung taiiestrit of vluud, the moon
Flits l'V with whit, scared face, and
Night and storm hold empire there.
The stricken billows leap away,
With trampling thunders hi the gale,
And staggering blindly to the fray
The strong ship starts the bolt and stay
iler cordage shlrieks, and with a wall
8 ho plunges downward in the gloom
01 roaring goi-ges hoarse with doom
And none alive may tell the tale.
What thouuhta there came of home and
What urn vers were said : what kisxe
Were lost upon the wind that lends
Ita liorrowed wreath no more, ana
A siuh ol trouble with the moan
That sadly haunts the restless waves,
Forever rolling o'er the caves,
Where richer things -than pearls are
They sailed one one day and camrto
All else is wrapiied in mystery ;
The surges kneel upon the shore
Anl tell their sorrow o'er and o er ;
And still aliovs the Northern sea,
A peiiaive spirit, pale and slow,
The gray gull, wheeling to and fro,
Keeps watch and ward eternally.
The irovtrnmeiit needed --'' Ions
of hay to be ued in the l'hilippiiH.
I lua loowr foraire hl lo come imin
th united States. C ill for flirt did not
Iimwm it. '1 Im Suhniilance il.'imri
inent turned loOnuon for it. Misrs
Haines A Shipley if Forest Umve
haottened to hear of Hie tiMlter and
i out at oi.ee lo Invealit'ale. ine
who tut is tuiiiiihv. It waa not cer
laiuly known how much ibia county
M lil furni-h I ut Ihe geiiilemetf
nameil skrrce.1 to ilcliver 75l tons
Thia mniiunt haa lieeu secureit Im
Iweeti Forest tlrove ami U islon, a'ul
it is now kuowu that I'ssi ions couui
have Ish-h fonnd. Ihe price paid
w.tM a tritln more than the oiien to.ir
ket Im olleriiii;. Itelwet n t.sSM) and
iMMMI have been ilaniil into that
neiuhlsirhoiMl bv this Iran-aclion
The reinaind'-r of the uovernini 111
inter wxa tided bv Ihe imwers ill
Clarke county. Wa-diingio i.
The rinl ni.ine market win wain
hav next year, timothy. California
dai-a not grow the variety, Oregon
does and es-cially W aa.ungion
iiuifilv. We ouu-hl to try and get
the whole order next year. We can
In it if but to that end we must have
the hav. eissl hav. no weeds, no wild
oats, lust clear liniolhy. Lt our far-
m.-is look lo their meadows. l.uis
build up such a reputation, for I oth
ipiality and ipjautity that it will be
iinnct-eiMarv lo send InHiKClinu
.m.vM into our wart'hou-s-s. We
hsve got that I'hiiippi no trade, let
U hold it.
J.Q. A. Young wiis
week attending court.
Horn in Salt m Aug
Uisxlin and WIN
L-idit' ah snd ta-lt buckles
from 2 Via. up !1 J"t
i i it n .1 ' a;tCrek
Iviilair M I f. Wis iu I. wu ytrlel-
n i . linu i.r.lr.-M. vihuIs in the
irffv i.i. -rnve.1 ul S. Uuluilich
- j j
W. W. William, v. no ha.- au oii n
..r Mo inlMll.l...f. Was IU ine
ity this wek.
Vaiour! II you 4Ul one you can
...... tin i.i i,v liuvini! troui
ScbultueiiWi k .ii.
j.. ...i n i,iv9 w n was one
wl n im. t) U A N.Hurv jing psny
... l iHtn. has r-iuii.ii noM'i.
A :W sewing machine for
vsryt besp. Call and It at
Cormick's bicycle store.
. u -nr Portland's bar
i. ih. . this week yisli
iwn. w iw . . - -
A prospectus announces that Simp
son's son, aided by his aunt, nee Miss
N ra Simpson will early in December
publish a volume of the dead author's
writings which is to apear in two
styles of biuding, cloth and leather.
The volume win contain ii w
pages which will be filled with his
poetical composition. The size ol
the edition will depend somewhat
upon the number of orders matie oe
r..n the hook ffoes lo press. Agents
are now in Ihe field taking suliscrip-
tions, and It might do wen ior ier
sons desiring a copy of the poems to
at once make application ior n.
Hlanks for that purpose have neen
left wlih the Isdkpknhknt. Sici-
men pages are also neie. l ersoua
are invited to call and surwenoe ior
i h work whicj will be delivered as
soon aa Issued from Ihe press.
M. A. Leach of Eastern Oregon
k.. nlnnui to SCtlOOl. IIA ailUK
meat strength to the fisit-ball team
w a liimlck went to Sali'iii last
iLi,.nl aa a dcieirale from I. U. to
.......! i ho interolleizlate loot-tiell
association, at which time a schedule
ol games waa arrange!.
nhn If. Ilaull. CHDtain of the loot
K.H loam Klurnetl to scnool last
a t.iMuiant evenlnir was spent at
u.h Hall last Wednewlay night.
tk. two most nleasing numbers on
.. .. .i.
ik. tut nraa ins aonir. "liuwn on
Suwannee river," sang oy me Afiee
Club, and, -I stood on the bridge at
midnhrhl.' sang nyrmi
A Student tssly meeting was neiu
IVeilnesilav at which time they
.i.io.l J J.Jin W. S. hiai h as Editor
t"l . " w -
inhiefand W. A. InmlcK nusinew.
manager of the lbdexitme ensu
n it lllmm. secretary Of the
VIW - - - - v
Oregon Historical Society, Has neen in
u..hlnrlnn pooniv ior ten ui
more atherin relics of pioneer
. . . , K 1 ..
times, anil aoiiciung mriuuri,i.r
the aociety. In the latter depart
ment of his work success has not
,kot ita imiMirtance demands.
I u - - - -
A state pride ougni to urgw m
ervatlon ol the story of our founding
and settlement. Again business pros-
nerltv otiirht to nictate mat meunai
r . .i...tiinr Whatever calls at
,...,Un n tlreiron IS IO our autani
""""" . " , LI.. .V.I.
. liiMinriana are iiaiaiiia iuid
way. If they find material collected
they will linger with us, but if the
field IS to DC trvneu,
k.n nrohable that It will be some
L..r.'. land rather than ours.
IHlin i -
n.,,.ht tn have a wen support
L,....i..i .Iaiv. and encotirsirement
i. ih.t line of research. lUibertson,
as - . . . . a
of ihe chair or history, ai ru
k. antae time to write, hut
".T-r ,-Tandlo hnnU The
Ot III" w " - - , ,
. i. inu. nf the nrofessor Of hi
m ituv , t
. t riimiii. i ntrrforvt .......
' ..ki t. he numcrns In every
nelghhorhiaid so that the work can
be carrleu lorwaru.
cheap, f 10 and
Iflljv"" , . ,
up at McCormlck a.
niade a flying
ir. r. "". ...k
V sit lo Iwlst .n, IdahiS thH a.
m ThimrsTTu. ker Is vi-itin In
l'orilsnd with her daughter.
W'eslern refl.iery cne augar
ner sitck at Uryans.'
oCaltot V" muslin 5c r yard u,Sj
A recent examination shows thai
there is no county mad from th
..truer hevonil Iteedville. past the
Masters ilmalion buildings Dick
1'erkins' to Ihe bridge across the
n.k hv Johnsons, this side of li-a
verlon. The Iruck travelel is onl
in Ihe nature of a public ea.meui
and can be closed by ad) lining land
im.n eiceot a track for travel. iN
bicvele path is inisxili'o there and the
uisrvlHors do not leel iustined in
making permanent luij roveinenis,
yet there is no piece of road between
I'urt ami anil lllllMlloro 1IIMI neeoi
Improvements more lhan it does
. . ... i ...... .1;
L.sna is sreiiinK vsiuaoie in ui u
trict and is ow ned in small tracts so
that ihoHA interested leel that the
road question ought to be settled at
nn.-o ta.rnr a roait is locnieu irom
H iel ville to lies vert on by the side ol
i lie railroad wntcn is a tangeui oe-
tween those two stations. Such a
move would deprive farmers on Ihe
road of a way of egress, lieing thut-
ii.tt.Ma.tu.1 a numerously siirntHl liell-
tion was presented at this term of the
miirt lo locate a leirai 10 ig on int-
truelr aa now traveled. However.
strange as it may seem, there is ob
Lviion raixni iiv ine alien lanu own
ora ot the Lido A Ileed Farm Co. ami
by Dick I'erkius. These parties,
ilioiich wtn lhv anil is-neniteu. wain
ilainaires for the land that will be
II tt.rr.-n wi l' UI liaUthter
. i t. .... I'.t.t .riiia I
MM atilinie reiui .1 n..... -
lai.1 Siurd ty slier vr vi-u.
A vl h r W... ,ji eia-utionlst oil
. . I , I u . ......
i..r.iv....i ia vi.ifin t us W-s-K wun
..1 vv... At il Ji.hu VS all. of!
Kt hnlmerii-h A .s .11 have their new
iu u l.eei f I I. i.V i-IimK I"'" will'
u r. n . vi.il.i ion. They arei
Wm. Pointer, who Im s ik.uioi
SHiim.w.is nliukinr huidn win
1 I ..t. ihe aireel lliH WtCK. Iir
reiurmd "' 1 ,v
Hunters ..T.- ie oiiltP rume
...j niu. and tin iiflv one V6
1. . hr,l iilsmitisl h nere a
1 ni.nnai went ut and in one
dsys' hunting killed a blue jay.
ir. '.i t w.nal.unn. entrineer at
11. r. f..-r Mlllincl'omiianv started
,-....... , ; i...
;ist Monday evening ior oii.
while away he will vWit the oiu
r. it at home who live ne-.ir that
ii..si. it nvurir of Ihe M. r..
Lk.in.ii K-ill ocrnnv the ptilliit in his
ch'irch next Sunday, morning aim
vening. Mr. Ols rg is a man seni
he-e by the Bishop at Ihe late session
of the annual conicrenre.
Mr V. N. Ordwav. who has rsvn a
.,i.t..nt mf 1 1 i1Ulw.ro severs, vesrs,
went to I'ortianil on .iioiiny "-' .
...i...... h uill liv-n hereafter. Mr,
ikiai.pi, tec U trivlncr him much
Irourile yet and ne tins nine iiim- -i
ls nir helter till me "iireeon anue
ds-i its blisxly work.
Kllf. very word "efatloa" ttn'm terror to wema
Nearly always these operation become neceuary
U tha tnens are very painful, or too irequeni ana excessive.
. . . . ,
get the n;ht aavice ai once auu
top taking chances. It will cost
you nothing for advice il you write
to Mrs, IHnknam at Lynn. Mass..
for it. and if you let the trouble
run along it will surely cost yon a
great deal ot pain ana may mean
Miss Sarah j. URAham. snenaanviue. r.. "i.ici --ia
- - ... rr J
MRS. 1'lNk.HAM : 1 naa sunercu iw k
erl vun with female troubles and
I doctored until I was discouraged. I felt
etched and tired 01 living. 1 nau uis
ea&e of kidneys, bladder trouDie.
dropsy and bloating, bad womb
fV Jflw vwVAl ..m..l- in ir all m ortrana
tl i i-U "9ingl womn a-ner sai
Vf l- K your remedies, I wrote to
I her and ihe begged of me to try
it. telling me all that it had done
for her. I bought six bottle of
Lydta E. Pinkhara a Vegetable
rmn.tn i.ryA tinvt Mhllflt CI.
' press my gTatitnde to you. The
tumor negan 10 come
pieces and I got better all the
time. I believe now that I am
My doctors could not believe
it at first, as they all had told me
that my case was a hopeless one,
and no human power conld do me
any good. They were astounded.
If I can say anything that can
help other women, I shall be
glad to. "
It Is pot safe to wait until the
last moment. Head off trouble
by prompt attention to it. Don't be satisfied without Mra.
i...Latlies, lIisses' and2
EChildrcns9 Seal andE2
E Plush Capes, also
EFur Collarettes, just 3
E from the factory at...
I Schulmerich & Son
Ua4 Utter lint.
aivi luiion u ao v' -
maining uncalled for In the tsiKtomce
ai itiiisooro, epi. isutn :
Miss Mvrtle Browball.
C. It. Brown,
Mr. W. W. Msnter,
Mr. II. E. Wilson,
Mr. Daniel O. Milam.
All letters not called for by O t.
14. will be sent to the Dead Letter
Olnee. One cent will be charged for
each letter called for.
II. SCHI'I.MEKICII, r. M.
Weather fine, after Friday. Sat ur
dn and Sunday's rain.
IIoim are irathered in this neigh
borhissJ, though several yards on
the mountain are not nunnca
and will take all this week.
IIIa nl all Ij.MMhiul tft.ll.
IIHIII in M.t n . m.......u. ..... .
liu's machine is finishing threshing, ,rrK
except a few llial want uge s ma
chine because it has a blower. It is
claimed it can stack Ihe straw ca-icr
ami cheatwr. as it takes four lo six
hands to stack Ihe straw.
Don't tret fooled into buying ma
i.htiifirv fmm travel in it airpnla with
headquarters In some other country.
tut buy from your home ilealers who
Beautiful ccmilexion is sn im sen neuer goons at lower price-.
.!hiiii without tr.Kd blood, the Mowers fto and Hi, nimiers irom
.... 11..1 o.iuia in minnpcllon f itiu to iijwi eacn. ine isti wk'u
wilt urn, w.mj ...... ... - ----- , . ... , ., .1.1
With gootl tllgesuen, a umnny nt-i . T.. . . . J . Vr-M , .
and bowels. Karl's Clover Boot Tea era, ai mnuimencn win iiii"'",
acts directly on the noweis, liver sun .Rv....
kidneys keeping mtm ! w iviuivs. ittiltt'HTIF
heslth. Price 25 cU. and SO cts. et j wISImijI S KOBlKTIst.
Delta Drug Store. I Wisdom's Hoterline corrects all
... .:,,,.. -;i blemishes of the face and makes a
lsst eiiiit-tiiij ,
Portland, September 28
October 28. 1899
HORTICULTURAL aiii AGRICULTURAL
l'r.liirn of Oreinin. n suhlnglon an.
Malio in frretr vat arty than
it ti r
Bcnnctt's Ecaownci Military Baii
Ameri.-a's greatest Ijidy Cornett Solobt.
of AitolK dirert from the Empire
Theatre, lnnilou ; hrst time in America.
at the advanced aire of 79 year, died
at his home near mencoe, ami wa
hnrlo.1 in tho iikes cemetery wun
Masonic cereinonies, he In his life
time being a memlier of luniny
iw No.ni .MlillMhom. Thedeceas
sd came lo.Oreoti in 1HI3, and with
in a r.,or nn.ntln thereafter settlcil on
the Wilstiu D. L C, nr Greenville,
horo ho live.l ihe life of sn norlsrh
cltlrn. Mil a few years sgo he moved
V TUV Pf.l'VlV flll-KT (IK Tllh.
I ' Mtnta of Ort t'on. lor tlie Coun'.y of
( ilipiutt War JlasraM
2 4; rent Materw Mcrlc
PiunroaaMHl Aerinlinia. in tlirillinit acts.
T.aat Rondav evenlnir Mr. H. A
I to hi p. who lives beyond the long
m for the land that will be bridge, drove his horse nit. nea to s i.eirs-at-iaw ot Anoerwn onou .
The court, has not passtnl , ; newbiigiry into !.". ".Ihltchrtg
the mailer, but itimaie that the road
I.AIBCL it run.
he (IrariL'H nheils. He then
.ni in chnrrh. When he stsrteil
ho ne atwiut & o'chak he found his
hnre and htnrizv trotie. At tlrst n
thnmrht thev miirlit have brokt
U ai ami imne home, liul on izoiuir t
the farm there was no sign of the
hnrw. Monday morning he rotnieti
the Portland police department of
his loss ai.d Mtartcd down. By the
time he reac hed the ritv the deivsrt
m nt hail tho hor Slid buggy, but
It o man that atoln the rii? Is still at
Furmera are now about ready 'O
haul their wheat to the mill or ware
hiaise and then Ihe fall seeding i
next. Farmers are anxious lo get
their wheat in early because UiPy
think it does letter.
A utiles are scarce ami very wormy.
I'otatcss are isiriy goon.
Some Improvements are going on
here. Newton Womer is building an
ad lision to his house. Ihmlel womer
iMiill a new houie last winter. C. W,
51c Fee has made some improvement:
on his noui-e.
Ilanli.l Womer ili.l at his son s
residence, Sept. 2Nt, after an illne-s,
aired 84 vears arm 4 mourns, lie
Iiuvm an aired widow and seven clill
Ir. n. a hoat or irraml chili ren ami
.l,rht trnwi irranil children. His re
mains were enterred in the Mount
The lt semi annual meeting of Ihe
VVaahimrlon niuntv Veteran Assoc
iation will be held at Beavcrton, Or.,
on Ihe 3,1 'inursiiay in vn-iooer
which will be (K-tober kP. 1H'.)!,
This mis-linir was to hve been
h Id on the 1st Thursday In Octotter,
hut nw hi lo the rain and late nar-
uoat henrn the chanire.
Trust Inn this will be perfectly sat
i.f,.inrv t,i Uia niiiiniilH ill over Ihe
,inl ami that thev will telMirt at
roll call. Ls-diea cf Ihe association
I am fraternally In F. C. A L,
W. J. K. Beach,
J. H. DoNtrum, Secreisry.
Last Sunday evening during the
absence of Ihe mmuy at rami-n
. ik.ironioeoii. hv Ihe rear door.
snewa inc. - . .
.h. realdence ol Ketr. E. P. Hughes
.i .hootinir Pistal and
several pieces of Jewelry belonging lo
Mrs. Hughes. A thorough hunt was
made thw trtinks but as , nnthlnc but
fsmily linen was found It was left.
C.II on F. J. Barb, r. Second street
if you want a first-class shave or hair
cut Try hl bath, either hot or
Oa Sunday, Ihe 2-d inst., the Con-
gr vat ion ministered to by Bex. A.
B e ler will dedicate its new church.
erected during the summer at a aiot
ljmi.es norm oi ieuuoA (miHiunT,
i.i ihia n.nntv. The utructure is a
...;, ,;... I.', f..t ..r. tho
oue-siory ouiihiuk . up ... ,. . . ,
gn,u.,d and . f-t hin,St
or bell tower has been built w hl h Is ,,..:,. i.,.,! -lai,., .,eiire un tl
l(' feet high. The Is II placed in li
.-oiirha k:.ii tHiunds. It will not bt1
Liirt.riulm if wn in II illnlmro under
favors e conditions near us can to
urnrahin The church. When Colli
..let.Hl as it will lie by tledication
.law. will coat f'.MH). The church Is
Herman Beform and Mr. Baedt rhas
2.- communicants on the roll, lie
now sneaks in the German language,
Lot it is safe lo aav that in 2n years
this w ill give place lo the Knglish.
All the Imivs sml gins in me neigu-
l.rkn..l la'lk Knvlish. hilt SOtllO Of
the fathers and mothers mill cling lo
the langusg" ot Switzerland, ine
home of their youth.
On Saturday last the evening train
fr. m Portland lo Independence waa
crowded till Hillsboro was pss-ed
Many of the passengers were gun
ners going to the counlry lo oe on
hand at the oning of the game ma
son, but more were shoppers return
ing home after a day among the
Portland stores. Msny bundles
were In evidence purchased iu dif
ferent plai-es, but Ihe place that
M.mo.1 to have a ttrHcted the largest
number of purchases was the cloth
ing house of A. 11- Hteinotcn a uo.,
on Fourth and Morrison streets.
This would seem to indicate where
bargains in quality, fit and price, are
found. Steinhach's is an old bouse,
having been on the corner of First
at d Morrison for fifti-en years, or if
the founders are considered, the pres
ent proprietors father-in-law, for
thirty years, and hs a custom that
goes no where el-e. rsince ine unn
have got Into the new quarters on
Fourth street th- facilities are better.
Steinlstch's chow windows are the
finest In Portland and the corner
window is not matched in any other
city. The inside fittings of theslor.
are rich, ami, except Ihe marble base,
all from O'egon material. Stein
hach's otiening day, a month
New line wa-hing outing
We are nsvimr our customers lo
hotn us tret nut of business. We
guarantee to save you money on your
all supplies, ami invite you iu come
in and lalk it over with us before
.nvinu an v where. The larirer your
-j - -
anler. Ihe more we lose, the quicker
we are out of business and the hap
pier every hotly
" liro. w as more
(lasts ksffre, Kake than the oiantnir r.i.rht of the itreat
The ladies of the Congregational exposition. The great store is a de-
i...r..h ..ill irlve o- .Ui,iar iu sireable Place si which to trade since
ii.u vi'.l.w.l.u av.. i i..f it I all irarnienla are made specially for
Suiisr will be served by the Curious this market. This tvpuMsl supervis-
fVltfinir tViL irom ft:.wo cio k o i wv ion in mr inf-urTie-.. "'t
M Povam enerii thl I flAI iniTHIt'eK 1 fir C m l niuuiin i v
II. III. A IIVISIII I "
?i.it trr and i.rivram 2.V. Stelnbach does not make as much on
i. m fy. iia. a Minn le mil out. tn 11-1 n...... . -
fence ot encn sun ensoien nim "
t.. v a rtaiiow and w. won i in la irreat many more than otherwise
Poriand yesterday for a visit of sev-l might he, hence the gsin In the ag
era! days. I gregate ks satislai-tia-y. .
In the mattrr of the eslntt. of 1 rituti.m
Anderaoii Biiutli, Uocraaetl. I
To NaneT Ann Johnson, lti-n W. 8initli,
A oner J. Siiillu, jainvs n. nmnn, r.u
wnni B. Hntitn, Haruli K. Hin-ars Klijuh
hmith, Alex. Hnutli, Anna ftnitli, w illiam
mi, llll, I.illie Minlili, and n .iimiitlia niiiiin,
lieira-at-law of Amlerson (jnutli. ilei-en"l.
...a inO.rWMt.si ill Hlfcid estiltr. ffrrctiiitf
in ti.a v..mM of tl.M H.att. of Oreiron. 1 "U
are herel.y cited and reniied to aps-ar in
tl..l' frv I'ti.trt ..r tl,a Mate of Oregon.
for thet'oiintv of Washinict n, atth ' ti.urt
ro'.ni therts.i, ai iiinsoorn. in inrvw..,....
,f W aKlimisl .r, on .Mommy, ine "in u.-.t ui
, . ut . .. lit ,'..1.... it. llifi.rA-
I! ' I1 1 1J I , l" a. ' " - ...
noon of that day, then and there to Miow
cause, if any exiat, why an order of mud
Court uliould not be ina.lu. auiiioriiiiin
... .l.u u.l...iniMtrsti.r of Haiil
rttale to aril ifie Mlowinij tleserit.t rial
proiK-rty belofiKitiK t said eatata iicacrineu
as lollow, U-it : Heini! unJ iluate with
in Waahintrtoii County. Oregon, mi.l Is'inx
a part of the donation land clulin of An-
ileriKHnnninn ana -ieiiim iuir..i... -ly
hounded, ileaitinittsl and dwribeds
.- . ... .. : . . i nl a lull, it
iuiiuwb, w-ai . ..- - ,
on the Township line hetween iownlii
o. I onn, Ktinire a tt ,,.. ..........
North, ltanite aAVest, W ehs. Kast of the
Wtvt line of the .lonation lali.l claim oi
aaid Anderson binith and wife, then.-e
North t..VJth., more or leas, to me ociiier
of the creek knos n aa Mrkay ens, thei.ee
up the center ol aai.l rnrt umi
k in aui.i
.imtn, tllir. .. nn f , ....... - - -
donation land claim thence up the center
of said Heaveriiam Creek with the iiieaiider-
inca thereof lo a line milium: inncui
v . . M..tl. il.r..iiLfh the Northw.'st
corner of the ilonatioii iand claim of Will
iam Uurna in Pectioii hi. iownaio.
North. Ranire 2 West, Will, iler., tin-noe
w .i . .... .c. lo.a of tuti.l Hurria
claim to the bouth line of Ihe North half ot
the don tiofi land claim 01 sain anueia
Winith and wife, thence West on aaid Bout It
i line to a p..ini due fouth from the place
of beiEiniunii;. Wieiice nor"H toiiiepiawm
ikKinmntr. c niainin wn; ,,.. .
. I . r... ... , 11.' I i 11)11
more or i.iM, I'.M.t "" i - -:
of the adininiatrator of said estate tln day
nieti nerein. ,
Wilnwa, the lion. U A. Rood, Jiideof
II...- i.. .....rt .r tUv Mixta of UreKOII,
for the County of Waahinttton, w.th the
.... ... i .i.i- .1. K A nv . .1
aeal ot aaiu uran atneu,
ss-ptember, A i. IsMl , ., .
Seal) Attest: J. A. IMBKIE. Jlerk.
liy I. W. M'XiKAN, li puty. hi-l
How is your w ife has she lost her
beauty? If so, Constipation, Indi
gestion, Sick Headache are the prin
cinl cause. Karl's Clover Boot Tea
has cured these Ills for half a centu
ry. Price 25 cts, and 60 cts. 51 out y
refunded if result are not satis
factory. Delta Drug Store.
On every bottle of Shiloli's Con
sumption Cure is this guarantee: "All
we ask of you is to nse two-thirds of
the contents of this bottle faithfully,
then If you can say you are not bene
(Tied return the botile to your Drug
gist and he may refund the price
pald.' Price ..ri cts, and SO els ard
tl.OO. Delta Drug Store.
New sbsk of Umbrellas at fchul
mericl. A Son's.
'AXT):ii-if:VFRAI. P.KH.Hr ANH
hon. -I is-raoiis t' rtpn-aein na
- . ... ,.,! , I . i 1.
aiarv '' a year an.l rM- i''-- -' raigiil,
Uiiis-'ll.te. no nrore, no Has aal.tr . I'o
Mlion larumiieiit .;"r rilereiii-e, -iiv
hank, in anv t wn. ft i m iinly .. toe
wo k cjiidiiit.-.l at home li.lfr-,re.
Knol.-ae aelf-a.ldresse.1 and stani-.i eie
rrlota.. The liniinion i oippany, l ft-
DTI1KK liKKAT ATTKACTIOX8.
A Season of tircat Surprises and
Keduced rate on all transportation lines.
AdtuiHaiun, -5 cents
Children under 12, 10 een.
Many a lover has turned with dis
trust from an otherwise lovable girl
with an ntTensive breath. Karl's
Clover Boot Tea purifies Ihe breath
by its action on ine oowets, etc., as
nothing else will. Sold tor years on
absolute guarantee. Price 2' cts, and
oOcts at Delta.
.. ... ...i. . i
nnost lino oi toilet articles
and drug sundries in the &
Con nt v nhvitvs kent at the w
U Delta Our own specialties are fei
gootl values, because the)'
are made from tried form- Dj
ulas, the pure and fresh j
JUrim Our line of patent mod-
a m w a.
lcines is comi)lete. Lareiul
attention given family re-
Store tlicse fiiots in your brain.
B HAVE YOU USED
sii.-lf hea. laches, the curse of over-
I worked womankind, are quickly and
laurel v cunil bv Karl's Clover Boot
T the a nut blood nurifler and tis
sue builder. .Money reiuntieii it not
satisfactory. Price 2o aud 50 cU. at
lv voi i bnnw consumtdlon Is ore-
ventalile? Science has proven thai,
an.l also that neslect is suicidal. The
worst cold or coiiM-h can be cured
with Shiloh's Cough and Consump
tion Curo. Sold on positive guaran
tee for over fifty years. Delta Drug
Muddy complexion. Nauseating
hr.ntth coioj from chronic constipa-
ti-ui. Kan's Clover Bistt Tea is an
a. dilute cure and has been sold for
hhv riwn on an absolute Kiisranlee.
Prlts- cts, and 60 cts. Delta Drug
Win M ihr makes boo1 at Ms
ahonon Strond street. Hillsnoro. for
'i.f 0 ier tair. sewed shoes for f.V
an.l i.i tics aiwlal attention to rciir-
inir. He uses only first-grade stock
a-hlch enah es him to truantntee his
. . . All gilt-edged butter put cn the mar
ket by creamettcs L wrapped H paper.
The product of the private !vr; ould
. . . reach its market in much be. . ' .vondi
. . . tion if wrapped in Butter P.jrbnient
. . . than it does when wrapjn.d in cloth.
Parchment is not only better than cloth
. . . but cheaper.
"". . . Cloth sells at 6 cents per yard irom
. . . which 27 sheets can be cat 27Parch
. . . ment wrappers cost a cents.
500 ShePis 8x11,
500 Sheets. 8x13,
tandard sl e for 2-pouud rolls is
8xt i inches; a-paund blocks are
wrapped in the 8x13 size.
One reason why paper has not ta?eii
jenerally used heretofore, farmers
could not get it at the gem:al store
It is now kept at the Independent of
fice cut to any size wanted.
Xwllce ef t'latal NeltlrmeMl.
Notice is hereby irive- that the nixler
aiimed has tiled his tinal account a.1
ministratrit of the eataie of Kdwanl
ConaUhle. Hecea-.ed in Hie County court
of the state of Omr-ai, for Wa-'nmrior.
conntv, and that af.l court has appointed
Monday Ihe Hth dav of Nov. is.'t. al 10
O'clock in the lorenonnof said day aa llie
time for hearing objertinna to au.h hnal
acronpt, and for the settlement thereof.
ELIZABETH SUI TE.
Administratrix of the estate f Elwtrl
ConaUbka, iles-ease.1, 1
Schul merit 11 A Son have purchased
anum u, scons from the factory and
can (ell them from 17 to f 15 cheaper
than oth"i ucaicrs. iney se a 04
steelsiceinS inch tire, all .complete
Fruit CHiiiiine season is now here.
Some w ill keep an I ome will spoil
nnieaa vnu nsc ihe v acum jars ior
sale by J. M. Brown.
Iw.hsl shot gun shells at Schulme
rich A Son. L wiled with native son
sroo keles-- and blsck rowdet all
Iviay Vacnin J.trs at Brown's.
Kxrrntria Net ice.
" v.. it. .a l,ur..l.v ulvpu tht the tinder
t'iKii.'l bits heen a(aintet execiltril of I
the eta'o of Mlzal-ftn r.rnal, aeco., oy
1 1. .. ...... t tv.urtnf the Male of Irecon
for WJiiiiKton conntv. All persons hav-j
ing claims ai: nni,l aaiu estate are request
ed loj r.fent ilie nine to Ihe uudersiifncd
Willlinai III.MHi," riuin ...f ...wv..
llethanv, Ore., t-ryl. 27, ISiW.
Eiecoiri .f the esute ol Elizabeth
I A Detective Story !
BY NORMAN HURST
so!d only la
V ...... . , . . ' . . f. 1 . C M...el.rw
r Will b." jmoitsnea in mis paper wajn. it ia mu ui wj,;, a
IT ..... i .
I admirably written. The scene is laid in a suDuru 01
V Chicago. If you are fond of good stories, it is sure to inter-
est and please you. Start at the first. It is entitled . .
THE IVORY QUEEN
The tap, tap at mnlnigbt when the house is otherwise
wrapped in silence rivets the intention of the startled hear
ers. It is mysterious, therefore interesting. That is why
detective stories are so fascinating. There is always an
ata.nr. r.t mvatorv and to clear it tin istheobiect of the story.
We have purchased the serial rights ard the story will be K
v . i i : :H,i,iiH,.ni. it. this narvr beainninv twain. A
puoil-SUCi-l in iinidiiiuvu..'. ... i i n -- r
Start with the First!