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About Hillsboro independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 189?-1932 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1899)
liHTII OK NO . DITCH
The Citi) Council tcill meet
id d.'ciJe tomorrote
si ai: r
I'OW Kit .STATION
Ihr intt'li uiy K from Sri-oiid dona
ft .1 in to J hlril mnl 1 lii-ar
lu tin- Outlet.
I In' city cniiiii'il IihiI a Hiirvey
in nil' of tin' iroM('il ilid li for my--tri'i't
unil iiiiiiiJiit oihi for thin)
.in i i. Tlii mrvi-y on mmiiiuI Hirct't
r..iiiini-iiiiMlMt ilii'iulli -hhI corner
, , 1 1 it slriH-t ii'irlTi of lli Light &
W'.iii r I'n'-i. Hw r lioum ami 1ms it
i.uili'l i llif milroHil culvi-rl on th
-ir-i-l. I IhmIiIi Ii will itn two fwt
ili'i p t lln nUrlinj pliiin (ho at one
or two int towunl lh nl wvn
l'if I will Imvo to Im fxi-avalMl. The
ilitrh i ;l I Hlrii t in iiT-h Hlwllower
HIM Ihf lH-.il nt l)f fXOHVrtlillll. UlltMC-
I t iiiiiMitioii to Hih lowr cour-w
if 1 1 1 1 - M'fniiil KlriM-t ilitrh han ilevel
nt'i mnl it i Mwililti thnt it will lx
Hliiimlnni'il from Main ntrift SouMi.
'I'lit' low C1011114I in the iifiuhlxirhiMxi J
$r iIk ,inht A Water station how
Mill I ilriiiind if any ditching
m il. llin outlet luiiift on second
siri'.'t to tlii'h to Third street
ilitrh. Ti.Survcy develojia the fact
Unit liikinu CiCi route th ct will
III' linl tliini to lfflMltll ditches.
I In- council will a lift tomorrow
evening to hear tti'i SN,ort of the
Hired Loiiiinitlffl ami eiUfsji order the
iin.ri un lit or Hlmniliu. furcou
Hiilcration of the project. ,
( tu ii r not si.
Est lvirni'Ht V Freeh deed; aWHte
admitted to prflliato. John M VII
appointed administrator kith llmds
Itxid at $',noi). The bond 9hh exe
cuted with W II VVehrung tsmirety.
The appraisers are R II Walker (loo
I' Thomits and Win liutner.
tint lleniy l!iixtiindccd; supple
mental inventorjr of property ilia
covered Hince t lij original inventory
was tiled. Amount ofsei-oiid inven
tory fl7.ri.(M. The executor have
lai n authorised to dislrilnte .,lfl
belonging to the estate s irofiilJ
in the lid.
minors llnul report 1111 l"4 tf
prnviil. MAUKIAliK I.K'KHl.
liicensu to wis! whs isl Oct. 21,
to Wm. A. hong 1!!), and ItelflUT 1.
Chenney 22, Oct. 2:1 to Wm. U.
French and Mitrllm Ixlit Y'
, 2.r; Oct. 21 to li'irln I'l 't :
Clul lmont 20.
mil tMit i tmrB.
'F Hollenbeck and mt to J
(! Iteach, n w of n e KW
20 i a n i ;i w
TM Hi ilea and wife to A
trtr., tract in lot 1,UM 21
V (1 and M A Minitli to 11
Meinecke, 2'i acres in sec
;;i t 2 a r 1 w. lloml for
Koloman l'rener and wife to
Morris llland, 20 acnn of
d I c ot i: lain It Conifcrt 800 (K)
I W Patterson and wf In I'jm o
T Kane, lot blia'k 1,0W
1 K LhiiiIi to Kula-rt Itirk
ecder, ijrf w J of a e
nee :t:i i e n r 4 w, 40
W I and (i 10 Hlrceter lo
Hrtiry W Cia-, hot 2" in
Millard A Hhnyver tract
K M Kelscy and others to
.UiVH Campbell 1:1-20 acre
in H Tualiilin...,.
Nln rnmn W Walker to John
1 tu Hois, rtiuti nor- s in t H n
r li v l:tiii r land in
V i Jii mi "an t Tilla
Uiook counli .-
Joliii ll liillinpheranii wf lo
Clhnrlne M ScIkm Ii, n e
of aw '" 3 I 1 n r 1 t
and other binds
Catluifine M SchiM'h and lid
to John l IJellengher lots
fi (tinl ll.bliM'k .t Houth (k
add I'' Drove
1" A Oray id w f to M A
I Ilol(i, a e j oi ii e j m n
I I h r :U' 10 acres
J V l'oe and wf to I W
Patters n, lot !) hlk I west
Jamea Warynalo Mrgait
J Km'tiift acn-a of d I c
ofWlfwwum and right ol
dim S Chii!'I.iI and wife to
leo S liiiiidt, !((' south
IVIpha A Lilly and lid to
fcina A Heweit, :10 acnaof
aec 1,1 1 ii r 5 w
The rte war from I'ortland to
Astoria is still rafcii. The latest cut
wan made by theO. It. A N. who
now carry pa'sengers on their Ixtata
Irom I'ortland to Astoria for 25 cents
each. boat gets a little more
revenucdroiii "tide rooms since there
lire few touriat theae day w ho care
lo sit up at night unless compelled to
! so. The railroiid iltrlarea it la no
cut for the passage i, iMvea
4lhinf?lVut yet the raiinmd car-
riwa passi'iigera from I'ortland to
Astoria for 2.i rents. At that rate the
tariff la a Tiuarter ofa cent per mile
w hlch is leg tlian any government
owned road ever charged.
W. D. Hare at the Orange store k
carrying a tine line of plows this fall
from the Oliver plow works, Tht
factory refused lo join the plow trust
and miuires dealers handling Its
proW t I" w'll '"'J'J""- The
nsult is that Mr. Hare has the Oliv
er 11 Inch plows at fromtll.00 to
l.'i no tlepcniknir the ayle. Oilier
ai."t go at Ihe o!J aipular tlgures.
A tlB"Wane plni-e purchasers will
tim I a tine line of stove both lor the
kili hi n and Ihe nitling room togeth
er ll iih it lxrt'O stis k ol pip andq
The Native Sons w ill have a apec
Oil meeting or rat her a regular mei't
ing with -riij1 features in tyeir hall
at HilTlH.ro en Thursly Nov. 2nd.
One niiinU r out of the usual ordr
w ill be Ihe pn si nee of the grand
omccrs. Another will be the pre
aence of several nnliVf daughters
who w ill assist in entertaining.
IVrcy Allison has laiughl the gen
eral delivery wrtgoii.1t
bale of hop huve been made In
Marion county at 9 and 1(1 ntn er
Mr. Uuort;e Htitt of ll.'vi(tin was
In llliiaboiu yeaterday Htudying land
Dr. Adkina will not txt iu hi den
tal parlor in llillnlioro fur ten days
roiuiiieni'ini; Nov. 1st.
Mr. C. Kcliultnericli who wa hu't
laxt week by falling from a hay loft
haa an far recoverl Ihitt he is able lo
be on the streets anni.
(Tlio deli pitea w ho this week at
tend the Congregational HxMociatinn
at Kut;eneare Mesdanien H. V. (Jdto,
VV. 1). Hare ami V. K. Tlmriie.
, Mr. Hiduey Thirkle writer his ao.
pie here that the storm lnt,t week
at the mouth of the Columbia whs
the luiMt aevere ever known tin re.
W. C 4li!Ciiiond fell from a hay
loft this week and received hoiiio
thinK of 4 Hhakeinj; up. lie Is how
ever able to lie on the M reels anin.
llev. A. Uobiuaoi chaplain, of
Heaman'a ih'lht-l I'ortland w ill preach
at the Tualatin Plains 1'resbyterian
church next Sunday mcrffflflyw 1 1
The foot hall team of the Htate
University, Kueno h;w arrant;' d fur
a tfrtino with the University ol Cali
fornia to l played on the Jierkley
campus, Nov. IXtli.
W, I j. l)avis at hiri harness shop on
Main atreet Is receivint; a moat liber
al patronage. Orders are placed ho
fast that he lias mil been aliie lo
make up many articled for general
A yearling billy goat, with a red
ribbon tied on the horns, has strayed
from my premises at the fair grounds.
I will ifive I'i.OO to any one finding
and returning wame to tne. Thou.
Chemical analysis of xamplm
TJirhum at the chemical department
CJ. Ih Oregon agricultural College
shovthat the plant la particularly
rich inK'". It In the opinion of
Chemist ?Jiaw that a aorghum crop
Oavavin caiotie made valuable.
Next Hunday, Csilh moiuing and
evening the pulpit idthe (.'ongre.a-
tional church of this plaii will be oc
cupied by Huv. Morton 1. Running,
the iiewlviaraKM'd pastor the
Korea! drove t)iigregatiinal chtrSsOi.
Mr. Dunning who is tert foio UriJ,
east to take bis new charge, exchang
es for the day with Mr. Hughes.
H'nator Haines of Forest drove
hM ft -cured another contract for lur
Dialling timothy hHy to the govern
tS't Tor the Philippine campaign.
The numla-r of Ions lo be furnished
Is somewhat uncertain as Ihe time is
limited for doiii it. The matter is
alliut in the h!ih' that he fill sell
tu much as he can get ready by a
lk'V. S. A. deoru h; accepted a
call made by tUe church at Waits
burg Washington, and will take up
his residence there at once, Mr.
deoryo has been with the Tualatin
Plains church a mouth more than
tw yean and during that time has
made many friends in Washington
county. His last service at his Wash
ington county church wii; l on Hun
day Niv. f, at which time the com
inuuion will bo adinldislered.
One farmer near Mouiitaiudale has
lllty arrea of oats out, half are in the
shiH'k and the other lulf are not yet
cut. If the weather should turn olT
fair he expects to save the uncut half
hut the HhtH'ks are about ruined.
I'll is Held was planted very late and
in an ordinary aeasnn would have
amounted to little but the August
rains set it lo growing, so that if a
fsvorable ten days comes the farmer
kill more than get his seed back.
The e gents of hip buyers seem to
lh groirers to Iks organized for pro
tection, but whik protecting them
selves they have not tss-n pnerous
or tven just to the growers. To even
up the Oregon llopdrowers Associa
tion was formed this week with a
ctpital Mock of IhOOO. About 200
grow participated in the organiza
tion Washington county hopmen
kovr-ver did lint attend xcept irt)
Vo instances from Sherwood W.
I). Mfthv-wsaud W. II. Price.
The report or Mirretary t nari s
II. Caulield, of Iho I'ortland
OenVal Kleclric C-ompany shows
traflc ft follow passisl through
the locs at Oregon City in the
ipiarler ending September iioih, IS'.i'.i:
I nrses ami cattle ..(
Sheep and hogs !'2H
Ixigs and lumar, tei'l !,41fl,!l74
Tons ol freight ,'),.'") Ill
I'he ttaive statirtics are valuabl in-
so-much as it is seown what annnf
of traflc would las released from pay
ing toll if Uie locks were owned by
An exact and careful farmer of
this connty who lives ten miles from
the railroad station slates that this
year he delivered timothy pay
grown on his farm at the station Itir
II. (Kl per Ion and that lust year he
did ihe wiiiie for M. AH that he
got over this sum waa profit. This
profit, it Is but just to say, w ould Is'
less when taxes and interest on hi.
land is deducted, but as he owns '.he
iaml this interest would count again
as profils. The hay was delivered
in Ihe hale. This year he sold for
s.oO t-r ton f. o. b. at the etHtiuu.
From these Hgures It is seen that
hay growing in this county Is fairly
profitable and If we can satisfy the
Philippine trade there Is an linliistry
open lo the farmers which juslitlei
them in entertaining the doctiine of
W. A. Kiniiey Is auivtWully grow
ing chickens, and his establishment
is increasing. He uses incubators for
i.atching and brisalera for the young
chicks. He has Incubator space for
over two hundred eggs at a lime,
and when the eggs are gfMfWtch
es that many chickens every three
weeks, but Ihls rail he, having to buy
eggs in the oprf(iiaet, has found a
largr pewntjoMiad ones. After
Ihe chicks are ouT of the shell the
Mrrentage of loss has tai-n very
4!!L The young chicks are kept
ona tight wood lloor with a part
covered hy earth or chair. The chicks
run on this Moor or If they get chilly
they dart hack lo Ihe hrooih-r and
warm np. Just now he has a 0 a k
of 5 fliat re three weeks old, and a
younger lol five days old. The too I
Is that ordinarily furnished. F.verv
thing ttut the remises Is m-ru u
i. -! n and a chic ken louse is
unknown. Mr. Finney declares Ih -1
.i..nllnM in the orlce of snivels ll'
will have broilers for Ihe Vnaik t
Otis Whitmor'!, of Laurc',
teas shot and died
HE LIVED Til 18 EE 110 IRS
Ills ilroluwia-latt Mint Jiut it
aa Aoldeat I'ocUm roubl
Kut Help Him ,
Last Sunday Otis Whit mure living
on Chehalem mountain was accident
ally shot ami killed by bis broiher-iu-
law. Jay Orndutr. 1 he young men
were bird hunting in company.
O i'diiir had tired at a grouse and
missed. Whit ii ore then tired and
brought the bird down. Itotltxhirt-
el forward, Whitmore in front. Orn-
dull put a Iresh s'jcll in his gun ami
brought the Imrrels up wiihasnup to
lock Iho breech. It is thought the
shell ntuifc ami as it came against
Ihe breech the concussion was enough
to explode Ihe shell. He was but a
few feet ts hiud Whitmoie and the
whole charge entering the hack Just
below the hhoulder blade. Anjri-'lii-e
largo enough for the surgeons
two lingers was made. The right
lung was torn to pieces. Tiio allot
lodged in the front wall f the chest.
The acL'ident happened about four
o'clock in Ihe afternoon ami the
wounded man lived till seven the
same evening. Surgeons were sum
moned both from Newlarg and Wills
boro. lr. hlnklater went from here
but foud Ihe man dead when he
got tRere, though the Newla-rg phy
sician arrived before his death. Mr.
Whitmore was conscious up to the
Inst ami fully exhonoraled his brother-in-law
from blame. The deceased
was abaut :!( years (if age and leaves
a widow and three children, Mrs.
Whitmore is OrndulT's sister. The
diii-ased was a younger brother of
the Whitmore iirothers who grow
hops at Laurel. Ho was an indns:
Irious young.farmer and highly re
sM?etisl in his neighborhood.
Assessor C. A. Cavell has his ass-
Anient roil completed ami realy for
thfl County Unard ot liiHli.tion
which Ogee'la in the clerRlofllee next
Monday turning td remains iu
session till fto close of business the
The footings ol roll slow :
Value of all lands. .:.. 27til F
" " improvments.
" " town lots
" " improvemenls
Wtst. Union TeHJ. 34 mi
Telephone, 2't mi
It K tMxl, 31 ml
It it rolling slock
Nob a and accounts
No horses ami mules... 3!liil...
No sheep and goab....i.V)r...
Total value nil proiajrty..
K x e m i p I i on -l1.-:?. . at
Amount Taxable Pfoiierty..
32112 1 20
No Poles 1172...
., List year after tjie equalizations
had IsH'n iflade:
Total valuation projaTty tis7'l.15
Fxemption : :!U!H!5
Net vaiualioii 44!7S40
Since the accidental shooting of
Olis Whitmore it is learned that
hrecch loading shot guns are often
discharged when the barrels are snap
M'd into the breech lis . The liabi
lity lo this accident is when the shell
is a little tight or when the spring to
the lirinn pin is not strong enough to
draw it back lo its place.
At a public auction sale ol farm
Mock and machinery cried yesterday
ol Congressman Tongue's farm in
S with Tualatin, sheep sold for t-'i.'-M
le! he.ul spot cash and calves brought
fl2.lt0lotlS.no r head. A thcc
figures it would seem that prosperity
has come to this section Hint that
farmers are after all making ttruii,
ami this without the mdoffree silfar
The Forest drove foot ball team
last Saturday la-at the Bishop Scott
Academy team by a wore of live to
nothing. lt-t?ear Ihe score stood
2:1 lo six iu favor of the drove team
which indicates that the Academy
l,-4tt5yJ'',"n l'1'"1 yeHr than last
nrthat theCollege boys are Inferior,
li.ith teams claim that the Academy
Isiys have improved ad that nn(
be the way of it.
About the llth nstatitl'has. M'r
gan, a laiy in his early teens d sn
of F. P. Morgan went to Portland on
his wheel. Next clay he, sent, his
wheel homo by exprev bift came nil
himsi'lf nor has 4n sent any word.
From the fact that he had wai.ted to
go to sea, his parents think he lias
shipped on some of the vcsssls leav
ing Portland for faraway ports. This
conclusion is reached Iter a thor
ough search has been made in Ihe
city without Uniting him.
Mr. C. K. iH'ichman charged witk
assHiilt and battery was aoiuitted In
Justice Humphreys court yesterday
just as every one supposed he woulc
' U"'rB no assault ftrwl nn
bitiery and the action never should
have been commenced.
U. Hoyt photographer needs
little more wtaal
No belter estimate of AguinKldo
has tarn made than Ilia of President
Mi'Kinli y at Fargo. Aguiualdo, he
says, deiuands indeH?n"e as the price
of pav. "The United Stat," the
president add.d, "pays no gold for
is'ace. We tievi gave a bribe for
peace in atll our history and niver
The W. V. T. U. adjourned its al
mini meeting at Seattle on Wednes
day last. There was bitterness ar
roused over the passage of a resolu
tion condemning President McKin
'ey's administration. Some of Ihe
niemU-rs think they have
stn ngthenisl Ine organization with
the i uhlic which doubtless i lriv 4
iw.m ft htufaS Pntlll.
Bmir lo i 1 outttlui voior.
Co t,i vi" Sr
Miss Nettie Shelley of lOlympla la
visiting w ith her frieud Miss liessie
deorge II. Carleton la out on Ihe
streets a l'k in i fter i n attack of Ihe
tt, There w ill I a dime social at Mrs.
L. A. Uo-mI's house Tuesday evening
Oct. 31,1 ..
Fi Mil Iih I tomorrow at
Forest O rove ta-tween
PortlOnd High School.
1 o'clock at
P. U. and
There is an est ray short horn cow
In the pasture of Mr. Martin, weal of
the long bridge, Jark red, white face,
u hitc spot on Hank.
Kallz A Slack blinifpfauo tuners
of Portland arrived in town yesterday
and orders ielt at Ihe Delta will re
ceive prompt attention.
President McKlniey has by his
proclamation designated November
:io, as Thanksgiving day it being Ihe
last Thursday in the month.
Houses are in demand In the city
this fall, ami a desirable residence la
difficult lotiud. Many of the new
comers are immigrants fiiim the east.
The young men of this city will re
organize Iheir debating society to
morrow night Oct. 2Hth at the old
Christian church. Kverybody in
vited. Dr. C. II. Brown will be in. Hills
boro Momi .y O t. 2'Jih to remain
one week al ihe renideuce of Mrs. J.
W. Morgan, prepared to do all kinds
of dental work.
Sbule A Foote commenced yeater
kiy morning on the front of their
bank building which will be remod
eled and extended up as high aa the
W. I. Smith of the law firm 'of
Smith itliowmau last Wednesday,
defended Louis Meytr at Cornelius,
charged with asaaalt and battery.
The defendant was acquitted.
The second trial of Mr. Dillery
charged with assault and battery,
terminated as did the Urst one, a
hung jul. The proaecutlou has bVen
altlpioucd and Ihe ch dismiafltd,
Mr. I'eter Johnson returned on
Mm day last from a pnosiM'ting
caia&aign in Croo county. He is
loking well amkis chit-rful for bop
is buoyed by lluttering indications of
pay rM-k. '
Mr. Antonio Carstans of Xortk
Western Indiana nM ChicWO la vit
itiug with his brothel Feduje Car-
stens. it has been man years since
the boys iiiet&wice the pleasure of
Mrs. Kinina AblUt dio has tin
vi(ing with her sister-in-kiw, MM.
P. J. liroV for the past tliKfc
inoiitli returned this t-k lo her
California Aome. Mer Renwia hmJtk
has been im-roed by her Tisil to
Mr. John Milne at ?JIe HilUbpao
IVI ill-s) is running his machinery 24
hours tier day on a little oMer fo
2000 barrels of Hour for Iho 3Npaa
market, This Oriental market !e
Is-lti r than the iCuropean, bpcaiftb it'
is nearer home, and takes flour in
stead of wheat. The brfcnd and aborts
are left for our cows.
IIMI'I.M) l'EACI PltUPUMTIM.
A Filipino olllcial is on his way to
Washington to propose to President
McKinley net condition fo
The New York World Itiaama
the proposition as embaacl Im
Ab)lute fr trii ItittMn
United States and the Philiine
lands, carrying ith ir rtia full
comineli'ial favof bkrvai tk two
Perfect mlif vfi'its fmm&oi m lot
exists undor the goveyniaani of
AguinaUU, the saaai Icing a coacm
siou n4di by him to the vik of
the fnilcd fttates. .
Coaliiitf station fc the Unit!
States upon all iatyoMant iskaaki of
the Hichijielago, to tta arlertad bf the
United States and mUA oatfifht
forever by the Filipinos. Ti wold
Miliary rcit'taioag Manila,
Ilo Ilo, e'inay, Mindota, Hqmm,
Masbate, Samaa and Mich oih i
lands as may be dvttMinatfupM bf
The employment oV Uaila Stktea
otllcials in the customs and all etkw
in riil bMncli of the govemMNnt
to lie schi'teil by the UnittfH ftta
ml paid y tha Filiflvo fvM-
The intniluction T the aiii
The establishment of a Judicl$4S
now exists in the island of CuTia.
The reconstruction of thj entire
Filipino government upon lines as
nearly consistent with those pre-
scrilsil by the constitution of the
United States and adapted to the re
liiirements of the natives.
Recognition of the Filipino govern
ment s an indeM?ndent republic un
der a protectorate of the United
Should peace be concluded on tkose
If'TPIil - s the United States would have
alsmt all Ihe authority and voice in
the government of the archipelago
that we will hae when a 'aee is
coniiiored. On the'other hand the
Philippine people wftujd pomes no
more lilrty than they will have
under the United Slalts. The differ
ence Is, recognize the independence
of the I'hilipinoe on the lines laid
il iwn anl Aguiualdo would be (de
lator and Ihe government woejd be
an oligarchy whereas when petPce M
coiniiureil ami the Filipinos are suf
ficiently advanced for elf govern
mhnt they may chcse any favorite
fir governor. Indeed the people will
have irf3re privileges as a part of thel
United States but Agulnaldo wlllP
have fewer. And thfre la where the
POST OFFICE ROlillED
Post Office at Albany
teas entered and
MISS I A UK IK Itil.llKA DEAD
Sk Died at the Haouital at .Mlsnoula,
Maataua after a very short
The Albany mmI oflii'e was robbed
the Urst ol the week by experienctd
cracksmen who so far have battled
fhe detectives. They entered be
neath the H'srof and adjoining build
ing and worked their way laiieath
the post ottice tault. It ap;s?ars that
the work had la-en in progress for
ten days. They cut through the
steel plate fliair ami rilled, registered
packages. The hamii.ering ami dril
ling was heard a few nights Is fore
the robbery but as no signs of distur
bance about Ihe post ntUi'e building
proM?rty was found, it was supposed
that the laps and other noises came
from Ihe printing office aUive w here
a uiomin paper was printed. The
amount of the robbery is not d fini
tely known. No stamps were taken.
Carrie lialdra, daughter of H C.
Baldra died in the hospital at Mis
soula, Montana Oct. 20. She was
attacked with appoudicitis ou the 15,
at the home of her parents at Hears
Month. The surgeon called judged
that she should bi removed to Mis
soula which was done, but the mala
dy was too far along for Ihe possibi
lity or a recovery. Carrie was well
kuown in Hillslatro where she has
many friends who will be pained to
hear of her death. She was 22 yeais
Omontha and 11 days of age.
Be Independent of gas and electric
light corporations and own your own
lighting plant. The National gene
rator does not have to be cared for
oftener than taice in 15 days. It is
positively safe ami i- recommended
by all Insurance boards. We light
residences, churches, storos, factories
and towns at 40 s r cent less than
other systems with double the illuui
intion. To responsible parties will
ship machines oil thirty days trial,
isjjnd for free booklet on Acetylene
das. We want good agents.
National Acetylene das On.
buffalo, N. Y.
Dead Letter List.
The following is a list of letters re
matting uncalled for in the postollice
at llillsboro, Oct, lith 18DD:
All letters not called for by Oct.
28, will be sent to thel Hud Letter
OMce. One cent will be charged for
ea:h letter called for.
II. Sc'IIUI.MEUItll, P. M.
m Mohr makes boots at h
shop on Second street, llillsboro, fir
tO.CO per pair, sewed shia-s tyt 5'
and gives speemi attention ! repair
ing. He uses only flrst-rriride stin k
which enables him to gjtitrantee his
a to gjtitr
New stock of Jtfinhrellas at Schul
mericli dc Sou's.
Sick headaches, Ihe curse of over
W0ked womankind, are quickly and
surej cured by Karl's Clover Hoot
Tiff, the great blood purifier and tis
sue builder. Money refunded if not
sutlsactory. Price 25 and 50 cU. at
Tha national W. C. T. U. conven
tk la Its Seattle meeting held this
watts vefusEd to adopt a resolution
IntaxHuced committing the Temper
ance Union to politically advocating
It can no longer be said that McS
Kinlcj has no Philippine policy.
This is the way he Is talking every
"All hostiliti s will cease In the
Philippines when those who com
menced them will slop, and they will
not cease until our flag, representing
liberty, humanity and civilization,
shall float triumphantly in every
island of the archipeledged under the
undisputed and acknowledged sover
eignly of the republic of the United
There are two very pertinent mes
tioas which political parties promis
ing to antagonize this policy should
Ought it to lie beaten?
Can it .be beaten?
I0t THE UOLI) SI AMiAKH.
The Washington, I. C, IVst says:
"On the Urst day of Ihe approaching
session of Congress the Senate Finan
cial bill will be introduced In the lat
t( body. It will not be on the same
lines as the House, but it will declare
without equivocation for Ihe gold
standard. Senator Aldrich, who, as
chairman of Ihe Finance Committee
on the Senate, has takena prominent
part in the frara ing of the bill says
that the measure has.becn prepared,
but that it will not be made public
until it has been shown to a number
of republican senators. V Is the pre
sent intention of the finance comliit-
ted to ask a sis-edy consideration of
the bill In the senate in rder that it
be disposed of as early in the session
NOTIL'KFOK I'l llMCATIO
Ld Orrn i at Omni.. i'itt. Oh.
I rl 1. :.
OTlf'E f IIERKHY f.lVKS, IflAi
the followiMii-uiiiii.il MttllT llllll llil-'l
notice of hit inWntion tu make linal proof
iu support of hifi claim, mid Hint mi'l proof
will I inile rs-fore lliei ounty li-rk ol
WahiiiKtin Connt, at llilUlsiro Ore., 01:
Wc 2, is!!, m:
IlAVlU F. KfllX.
H. E. 9TSJ for the H h of H K , f K
dfS W 4 (I Her II ami X W A l X K H
of H.sj 14 r 3 K A W?
He nainr the followinn witnfwt to
pr .ve hit continaoiui rwi.ledi-e uikiii ami
rultivatiiff aai.l land, vit:
Ueorye koetnr, of Buiti'n, Ore.
Andrvw Kcwturi. of " "
J hn W. Kansch, of " "
William leldt, of
(.11 AA B. MOORKS
AduiinUtraler'a Mot ire.
Notice la hereby given that tha under
ik'nnl hat' licru duly appointed t. Ihe
oiiiii v t-ourt ol lliu Ktatu ol Or. v in, for
WaihiiiKti.il uhiuiv, aituiiiiirrtrauir of tlir
f.iie oI'Miuu J. 8tituley di-crats-ii ami
lias dill iiimlilied at urli ami euleiml
iihiii iho iliis'harifu of ln il alien.
All Hnuii.t therrfore havinK cUinia
aituiust the estate are hereby rnue-Uni
and required to prex-nt thi'tii villi pro
st voiu-heni to tho under-igncl at U.e
ollioe of the t'ouuty Clerk iu liilUhoru,
within ix moutha from the date ht-roof.
J. II. STANLEY.
AJinini.tr:it.iri.ltbe eatato ol f-unau J.
Htanley, dev.). 21-25
Kenton, Itronaiixli A. Muir,
Altya for the Ktete.
'io the alute of your feelinira and the
state or youriuaitn aa wull. impure i.liwni
miitn itsell utipareiit in a pale amlKillow
t-onitilexion, ruiikrii-a auu hliin r.ruptiona
If you are leeliiiK weak and worn out and
ilo not have a heullhv ai.nearam-e voil
ahould try Aider's l.lobd r.hiir. It t un'-.
all biood iliMeas4-a wherecheup biiraaparilltta
and no culled purifiers tail ; kuotvinie thia
we aell every bottle ou a poeitiveKUurantee.
iiiv irviia Diorv.
Mokl Tea uoKltively care Sick II rail
ui-li.', iinliii-ntlon and coiiatipation. A
it-liiciitlul herb drink. Keinovea all erut-
tiona of the akin, producinie a H-rht-t t-om-iilexion,
or money refunded. 26 eta. and
aucta. The.lK'lta Drug Btore.
Portland, September 28
October 28, 1899
HORTICULTURAL and AGRICULTURAL?
Products of Oregon, Waliinlou and
Idaho in greater variety than
Bennett's Renowned Military Baud
911mm Alice Kayniond
America's Greatest Ijidy t'ornett Kol.ist.
f A.tobaU, diraet from the Kiupire
Theatre, London ; first time in America.
Filipino War Jlawnm
irent NiMterM Mamrlc
UiiHUrpaMsed Aerialinls, in thrilling act
OTHER (iKEAT ATTRACT
A Season of Great Surfrffwes and
Reduced rates on all4Vanaortation lines.
AdmLwion, 25 cents
CliiMruH under 12, 10 centa.
T MISS IT!!!
Hchulmerich A. Son have purchased
some wagons from the factory and
can sell them from ft to (15 cheaper
than othei dealers. They aell a 31
steel skein 3 Inch tire, all complete
for f no.
Wagons! If you want one you can
save from $10 to $15 by buying from
schulmetich A Hon..
The best line of dress goods in the
city Just arrived at Hchulmerich s
Many a lover has turned with dis
gust from an otherwise lovable girl
with an offensive breath. Karl's
Clover Hoot Tea purillos the breath
by Ha action on the bowels, etc., as
nothing else will. Sold lor years on
absolute guarantee. Price 25 eta, and
50 cts at Delta.
Call on F. J. Iiartuer, Second street
if you want a first-class shave or hair
cut. Try his baths, either hot or
Reaiitifnl mmnlexlon is an im
nnMHihilitv without trood blood, the
sort that only exists in connection
with good digestion, a healthy liver
and bowels. Karl's Clover Hoot Tea
acts directly on the bowels, liver and
kidneys keeping them in (lerfect
hearth. Price 25 cts. and 50 cts. at
Delta Drug Store.
Easy Vacum Jars at Brown's.
Do you know consumption is pre
ventable? Science has proven that,
and also that neglect Is suicidal. The
worst cold or cough can be cured
with Shiloh's Cough and Consump
tion Cure. Sold on positive guaran
tee for 0ver fifty years. Delta Drug
Muddy complexions, Nauseating
breath come from chronic constipa
tion. Karl's Clover Itoot Tea is an
absolute cure and has been sold for
fifty years on an absolute guarantee.
Price, 25 cts(and 00 cts. leVlta Drug
How is your wife has she lost her
bwautj? If so, Constipation, Indi
gestion, Sick Headache are the prin
cipal causes. Karl's Clover Koot Tea
has cured these Ills for half a centu
ry. Price 25 cts, and 60 cts. Money
refunded If re-ulta are not satis
factory. Delta Drug Store.
On every bottle of Shiloh's Con
sumption Cure is this guarantee: "All
we a-k of you lsto use two-thirds of
the cnntaiils of this botfle fHfchfuily,
then if you can say you are not bene
fited return Ihe bottle to your Drug
gist and he may refund the price
paid." Price 25 cts, and 50 ots and
11.00. Delta Drug Store.
Whaf Is Shlloh? A grand old rem
edy for Cough, Colds and Consuin
ptam; used throngh Ihe world for
half a century, has cured innumer
able cases of Inclpiont consumption
and relieved many in advanced stag
es. If you are not satisfied with the
results we will refund your rr ney.
Price 25 and 00 cts and (1.00. Do. la.
Wnll nanninir aeasnn is now here
Home will keep and some ?fl spoin
unless you use the V atum Jars lor
sale by J. M. Hrown.
Loaded shot gun shells at Hehulme
rich 4 Sgon Loaded with native son
smokeless and black powdet all
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and llavor noticed in tfie finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex-"
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent.
Made from pure, grape cream of tartar.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YOAKo
I The finest lino of toilet articles
m and Aviv sundries in the
p County always kept attl
Ddtcl Ojir own specialties are
lS irood values, became thev
1C these facts m your brain.
HAVE YOU USED .
. All gilt-edged butter put on the jnar
kct by creameiics is wrapped lu paper.
The product of the private daily would
reach its market iu much licttei condi-
. tion if wrapped in Butter Farckmcnt
than it docs when wrapped in cloth.
Tarchuient is not only better than cloth
. Cloth sells at 6 cents per yard from
which 27 sheets can lie tut 27Parch
ment wrappers cost 2 cents.
500 ShePts 8x11,
500 Sheets. St 1 3,
tandard sl4 for 2-pouud rolls is
8xi inches; i-potind blocks are
wrapped in the 8x13 size.
One reason why paper has not lieen
jenerally used lieretolore, farmers
could not get it nt the general store
It is now kept at the Indtfpendent of
fice cut to any size wanted.
...Ladies' Misses' aad
Childrcns' Seal and
Plush Capes, also'
Fur Collarettes, just 3
fro 111 the factory at...
I' Schulmefich & Sunl
Pure fresh drugs, Brushes, Taints, 0..., and all Druggw
Sundries, Fine first-clasj cutlery a
iitra l'ar la lnii
A A a
are made froniried form
ulas, the jfre and fresh
Our line of pajtent med- j'
ieines'is eipfiinlete. Careful 1
given family re-
V JIN BTKIIT,
spr .'y. 1
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