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About Hillsboro independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 189?-1932 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1899)
CONBAD- ESSIG DEAD
Dropped dead Thursday be
tween Portland and
Or?go City. , ,
Sheriff llryirord 1 Mcetias; n itb rood
hiio--. a yd I rushing the work
uIoiik Kup'illj a I'vaaible.
,nrd erep Yesterday statin, (hat
Conrad K-sij; Uvea near Corne
lins had tir)KHl dead on the rotil
:tv,e. n tar pon City ami I'oftland.
Tli Ixxly his been taken to the
rri0i;ii() In the former city where in
Htrui'iiriK irotii bin friend are. await
ed. The doceined ic)out 5.' yr
l hi; hijiI wan highly roHpertSn by
Iih iieijrhhor. lie waa a member of
the A. (. l. v ., hrilonpinir to the
Jiirij'jiion ol Kansas. lleleavea a
wilful ami three minor children.
Film' preparation have not yet lieen
made for llio funeral. Mr. Kd; left
home, and look ph-hho on the morn
ing grain yesterday for Portland,
from (hero he Marled to Oregon City
tresumahly on the, electric car. lie
int have dii-d before ho gut ;to hia
diwibSjcion tho the dispatch did not
The MheriiHii e is systematically
collecting the oidhdclimmeut tax rol a
hhwitr i trad turd hiono deputy who
gives his entire time thin work,
lie searches the rolls, ftuikoa up a
statement ami notifies tho fmiyerty
owner i f tho delinquency. to al
most every instance the notification
ia a rtiirprino to the taxpayer. Muck
ot tho delinquent tax coMea by reanon
of change ol ownership. The assess
ment each year is made aa of March
1. Hence it in April Hmith aella hi
farm to Itiglow, the latter when he
pays in the fall hi other taxes over
look. that on his new farm since it 1-
bsscrsihI to Hmith. The puhlicatioi
or tha (teiniuent list fails to warn
liiclow. It is only when an abstract
of title Im made either at hia own or
der or hy Die shcritr that his atton
tion is directed to the matter.
Within the past two weeks the
slicrilf lias collected about 91 (MY) In
driblets of from 4 to 9"i0. Up to
data the roils earlier than 1891 hive
Bot Imh'u disturhed. Tlmra are yel
many Htirprine in .store for taxpaycra
line non-resident who owns t tiailhvr
tract in the const iuiMintafnC kK to
dig up to the tune of Did). He kail
Wn paying tax in Till.rttX duay
While the delinquent li"H inti
mutating against Mill Bpr. II Is
Utile tonb hut this county if in an
way to blame-perham lillamottfc
will reimburse him.
Wm Reldt and wf to A K
Kernylota ti3 to 8fi, Llk 25
weat I'orlland IieKhN 2tK) 00
vm welch to Chaa II I.a d
lota 6, 7, and 8, blk 821 W
W A (idle to Pauline 6Vuh,"
lots 11 and hi, Shattuck'a
II C Watt ami wf to Theo
Dorlng, lot 1 and e lot
13 Hienee homestead . 700 00
D H Heasoner and wf lo K
Klwert, 60 aerexec 30 t 2
Alex Osmund and wlt H J
Oraljel e.tVjrtVs H,nry
Noland j'g c
J s by Wieriff to
Bftite Lund D tard i i of n
i w 4 and w $ of n e i sec
34 i 1 a r )) w 1-0 acres
Jloo II !)uren ef at by sheriff
to (State Land ltoarn, a w J
of a w and lot 6 ae 28, 1 1
r 4 76acns.
. Jl'KV LIST.
, Tft8 Jurymen drawn to servo at
the next term ftf tho circuit court
which convenes Monday Noveuilier
27ih, are these:
Cha Hartley, Hillsltorn, Farmer
J I Cohow, W llutte,
J McOowan, E llutte,
F W Dant, lU-edville,
V d Hermans, (Virnelius, "
Alex tlordon, ( olumhia, "
L Wih-ox, Wapato,
W N llanam, Columbia, "
V M Jackson, Dilley, "
Wm Hay, HillslMiro,
L Hhot;ruii, Wapato,
A U Flint, W Hutte,
J Mcaninger, K Tualatin, "
Louie Manning, N HillslMf, "
M K Diliey, N Forest Orove,
A C Hall, K (dar Creek , "
jonn cox, k llutte, "
II C Carstens, Dairy, "
CHchindler, itcavcrloo, "
J Asbahr, H IHIIsboro, "
K Kuratli, Washington.
E A Khotta, R Mutte,
wao wiicox, M HillstMiro, "
H Wtfeelye, W llutte,
J W Jackson, Washington,
J 11 Tamelsie, ttlumbia, "
('has iiernard, lleavertlam, fapilaTtsI
in C lilly, Ualea Crwk. Merchant
(Jeo Boos, N F fJrove. "
J C Clarke, N F drove, Druggist
F M Wright, H F Orove, CarMnter
The Pacific Unicersity tcifft
dVFeat the McMmn-
II V A
(Jo fo (ifivrs fit i-tzuU rrU v.
Ltsy VtiiLu Jr at tlrowu'a.
TrjI)wuey ln creaii vt i 1 .
Oi.stlH scrvt d iu u 1 1 tv les ut CJuU
I', tffntll mc, the Will
aaiette Luivrrnlty at Salcai
Tho P. U. foot ball team met the
AIcMinnvillo lAm last Satunl and
r.iO fxrpiflcausi them by a acore'oi -s to o
The McMimivi le team Is heavier
tlian the 1. 0. hoys by an average of
fifteen Kumls.to the man, amWiefore
the game tMe latter were umvrtaln
alsiut U'Sig (Ole to handle the giants
but when they got to playing, the
superior training of the lighter team
mure than matched the extra weight
of their opiionentH. The Forest
drove men tho, would like to flick
few men from the Yamhillers with
whom to strtuu:tfien their own lutm
They then could defeat an team in
The 1 U. foot hall team goe from
Fori-st Orove to SalWn tomnrrow to
play the Wilhfhielte University
teaui. The I. U. has won every
practice game it has played thia fall
and could easily win the gauie to
morrow if it was the Willamette
team it is to meet, but aa it is there
will he doubt till time is called at tlie
la.-,t inning. Instead of sticking
Ifaithfully to the rules of intercolle
giate foot ball the Kalem team has
put four professional'players on their
team and to keep the letter art tne
rejjrwlations these four are Enrolled in
the law department of the Universl
ty and listen to alsmt aix and a half
or seven hours' Its-lure during the
week. It is a sharp practice that
none of the other colleges of thtatc
will tolerate. Our lwys maw come
home defeated but nothing could in
iliMo oigc people to consent to a
change ol places.
The City Council met in regular
suasion last Tuesday evening. All
were present except Councilmen
Hreer and Wilcox.
Hills were presented and audited as
follows: fa o
Tin. Tucker Street work t 3 M)
Thoa. Oheen marshall and t.
Pi MAC !,VI..
J T Itcauehampdrayage
II L A W Co.OctoUr bill...
Oaina'tis Itros lumber
k A Morrill surveying
J II Wilkes city map
Wm Boucselti moving bell.
Fat Hum! Williams deal, aemtaiv
nual v-;an .!!. Adaiiaisuatris
aut0nl to sell reur raifl ro itj
Cliiiaiaiii eostaoi alriuaislrabia
t'.M trad Kichnrlson iexane, bond
of giiidia' ti.t and auprooetl.
Kit J V StMtfi deed, will MmiUed
to )llo, Ch Hi'fnorJ apuniflUid
exetQli. lionds t.'Oiftl, APLsraiwn
J.ihO O'HrifO, Frank I5.0arl and
KstNsrali A r.rowoannrteoJ, ia
tory ni'l. Value $T(il. Ordered
that li t IHu'loy be ferw a thw
ney of cor1 for the itaf.
nual at iijunt col rari ftled anl ap
l it Ati-Jersj n Hittifk deed. teaJtt
beUifiaff aiit eatate ordered to bt
aol-ii-iii!tf to lav.
I t tAlnarl t'onaraM dI, Soal
aconut tfuiait awl aMoved. Tho
nta. r in cl' of wti
f it J.IQH X waikt drtiL float a
ount titw 1 tad eUt ll etiMiI if
tM V P itivi f dfa V Ooal ixiu
fliil nt Ikr 4 net f vtatnia(ii
f:t if ettfy (' it vmond 4, oa
netiti in f 'lei . 14rnk ona of
the , to.) H''-'i iiatri ill he
clfMtaMi'ar M naUy No W 4m4
h4 caa if any Pit tt 6 1
Shall nut be remove afi a aev (
f;v frtiiM McKenaa 4oviL lieti
tion Iliad aaitiir for aa lloai ol
$"-'" raontll for siqitt ol idkW
Taken nailer aitvispivvni.
.t s trah i Mall ifnw. 'fha hnayta-
tnen of (Hd U i aaiey. lata ailiaiata-
trat dinned to pay taTtiia
M f 10 ror his nervier.
N t Mcctn r lur MDlHttdliiw
action a t mnif, Judjrtneot R pl
bf detna.t for C-h..7 j.
Uoa.1 from i:ilill to Harris
bri'lii" roaf. Lroidlnt Aianiaaad
hecau of deiia t in the uttct tat
tn Mekiini fill. aCOPPted
and a warrant voted, n Hai of J
If Meail contract! f4f 7 tin.
jroTlenli hridao, coMpMad,
bridtra accepted 4 virraat
la N ofM n Xm& fwrtnr
Utna ft: I and tiin, to
UlMla UT r
UUaii "7 '
CxmtMwt tMH 4tfMM4 ft
J ill Mr ItnaMi l, Mil nflpnad
M tt K m
fvrhled 4ttUtfaut at
Ns' 2 to U ian F ItianoV 3:1
Ctttf Amanda L-Ick 10, Nov 4 to Otto
lignum 2.'. and Louisa I less 111, Iov
4 in t J Wtrtr.. .1.'. and Mary II Ver-
A o. Nov 7 t.l Edward J Moon 30
...l li..n. A Jnlirimm NoV 9.
nini a -
W D Smith 3!) und Minnie Willis 2H,
Total c. Wl 00
Tke ordinance lot constructing the
.Monad street dram whs taken up,
leaxt a third time mid paaaed.
Lhieaca to sell miirltuous lioiora for
apanKlofMx months was granted
to . J Lyons ami lo W V Wiley.
EH Hiikk with his attorney ap-
tieared and axkeil the council to re
coiiaider it action in vacating certain
tm ts in Tongue's addition and in
'tlak Orove addition. The matter
a n'U'rreil to the city attorney for
Tho city recorder and treasurer
Vera request! d to liate their annual
repmrt silled by the 2uth inatant.
The Judiiea aiiintel for the city
electioa which (K-curs the 1st Man
day in fhifliher are It Crandall, 1
BilMfiW and K C Ilrown, clerks John
Haileaad L McCortnick. The
euamil adjiaraed to tho 20th lost.
Un, Bradford, wife of Hlieilir
BradAard is very ill indeed tliis week
Itb iralyi involving the whole
tefl aide eccaat a part of the face.
.Hoe la aJ aftlicled with iroiynnis
f avrwo pain in the head which are
liaNe to lie induml by even slight
aiaaes the least axcitment. HuIukiI
cfeildnn have been requestel to be
very ipiiet in pa suing the house and
i a tending vNtors remain away dur-
lair tho pn-wnt critusl prrfsl of her
sicfenaMi. Dr. K. A. J. McKinzienr
Cortland Wmouton Weilnesday eve
ning in eriimultation Willi Dr. Link-
laler on hercas. We all hoiio fur a
favorahle tenntnation to her alllie-
tiaa but at present her caae involves
aa rMm gnxlety.
I!y and at te rerpjost of J. L.
Houeyman I will sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash on
Saturday November 18, J8!M), U'gin-
ning at 10 o'clock a. m. on toe an
II. DeLasbmutt Witch Haxel stock
farm one mile West of Kecdvillo, the
following proierty to-wil:
2 Farm wagons,
1 Spring wagon,
I Self Hinder,
i'lows, harrows aud all tools for
ini rly lielonging to said farm and a
bit of household furuitu'eaud other
articles too iiumerour to mention.
U. 1. tVirnelius, auetiooeer.
The Native Son hail a very pleas
ant and successful meeting last Thurs
day evening. Several of the grand
ofliocra were present to lead the igoat
while ten natives rude, ilut the
uumlier was the suppt'r the menu be
ing native . birds grouse, pliesaut
and quail fried hot, hot biscuit, but
ter aud honey, boiled potatoes with
jackets on, hikI milk gravy such as
the pioneers had. One of our popular
physicians who is understood to lie
set against late banquets on sanitary
lines anxiously enquired how much
it takes to get into that order, but sor
r iu fully departed When informed
that hemuhtbe born again and in
Fretiff billies inn-'antly on hand at
(ireerbas tie tine-liue of syrups
111 uw u
tlrtft hjY Just gut in a fine line of
ldiiie aud (ilrisswHrH.
If you want gm d gr- erica'chcaj
... i. . i. ?
New hlia k of Uinl'tL'll.is aa Schul.
mericU A Sou's,
Adjourned l$it Saturday ece
ning but did not finish
all the cases
For rent good hmi! and
Enquire of S. A. iJowaw e.
The best line of dre-s g.-iflda in
city Just wrrived at Shii!nieiich
A housekeeper wapted fur a family
of two, no children. A wood plai-e
and a pIcHsanteYtnine. hrojuire
('.ill on F. J. HuilO", SiHiind street
iTyou want a flrst-claw shave or hair
cut. lry bis baths, either hot or
Loaded shot gun shells at Nehulme'
rich X Son. Loadisl wiUi native) son
siookeles- Tlud black
Ilicycles i t d li pe riti r.s repafted
also umbre! liis repaired and recov
ered at O. G. Wilkes', one door north
ol Hillsboro hotel. 20
Fruit cabling season is now here,
Some will keep and some will spoil
unless you use tha Vaeiim jars lor
sale hy J. M. Brown.
To exchange House and three im
proved tots in Hillslioro with city
water, orchard, for improved proper
ty In or near rorest Orove. W. II
llox 112, Hillshoro.
""$chulmericli A irsiu liavn pnrclsl
some wagons from tjie factory and
t-an sell them from 7 to cheaper
than othei dealers. I hey sell a 31
stis skein 3 inch tire, all complete
A-yearling only goat, with a rod
ribbon tiisl on the horns, ha strayisl
from my premises at the fair grounds.
I will give f i (to to any one hntlmg
and returning same to me. Thus.
Wm Mohr niaKes he Hits at ir
shop on Sis-ond, atrts-t. Hillshoro, for
fo.F 0f per pair, sewed sirnes for f
and giyis special attention to repair
ing. Ho uses only hrst-itradt- stm-k
which enables him to guarantee his
On the outside this Week is a letter
from Fred Oault nephew of Hon. C.
F. Tigald which is of iiilerent to
Fred's old associates in this county.
He is a member of the 35th U. H.
volunteers and at this time m light
ing Filipinos, as We know hy tele-
gr-.ph that the 3oth has landed at
The ctrelowncas in handling fire
rma was Illustrated last. .Friday
When lounc Claude Allison picked
im one of the new Winchester ritlen
in tha livery stable, lie pulled the
hell electinjt device but failed to sel
the V opt hilt clones the magazine,
lie clod the breech and pulled the
trijoer. The gun was discharged
Just la tne Inventor had planned.
l hem Ww surprise In the oloee, but
lai'kily no one was in range. This
Is to tx-aaid in favor of the young
man. It is a rule of the stable that
all 1hells shall tm remnveil when
una are left in the stable, and he
knew the rule. A better rule is to
tntt all fin arms as lieing loaded.
The 13 potabxM, a baker's dozen,
shown In the window of the Inik-
PKNPKNTofllco this week are from
tho farm of Jerome Palmate r. They
am known aa Empire State and much
natmhln the burbanks. On the 24th
of March last the ground on which
they crew Was encumliered by fir
stamps and saplings with other brush
That day laborers commenced clear
ing for the potatoes. In due time
they were planted and Mr. lalma'oer
has just finished digging aud finds
the yield to lie UK) bushels to the
KEU. lTVrtC I'KaWER.
Fnil Mever and wfto Met
choir Kehrli, 2.1! sec 13,
1 n r 2 w...
C'haa Iteetx to All Vinmt
t!.'ij acres In siv 2ti, t 2 n r
yjring b II watt.
Lvrr-id co iogj;s
verton add W..--
Isaac Allen to Eiiimn Vnt
andiitt A'li n, nhj acrm
O ofiwird While d I e
aud other lands
I, Ida OrilVm to Herman
I'arnhl, o.-.0!napf Ihee
J S Up 111 n anirti i d ( C 31
There Is a chance for unemployed
labor In Hillshoro. The eoiinciUhita
ordered the digging of ta ditches
wliich will rrquire the wbi)r or a few
men. When lft'i two ditches are
luz lUllsboro will Is? quite well
Wheat Is quoted In Portland at f.r
real and in H.m Fntfftsco at 61
cent pe' bushel a difference of 8
cents, almost enough to Justify ship
ping to the Hay.
John IUIley of the Hillshoro I'har-
mu-v imca to Salem tomorrv to be
Vreree for the P. U. tiam at the foot
1st II game with the Willamette Uni
Kev. 8. A. Oeorge bid gomi nye
to hla friends in Hillshoro and left
on Ihe evening train or Monday lor
hlnnew field of work, Waitsburg,
Capt. t'iaudall nhows sisund crop
of hartlet Kars that are finely ma
tured and in every way teiroct ex
cept in size, me tree niooineii in
July. It is not unusual for pear trees
to bloom the arcond time the same
year, but it is quite rare to get
ripened fruit Irom this amino
The October number of the Oregon
Native Hon magazine is exceptional
ly gocd. The rem! nicer cies of )rn
gon historical events, both personal
and public are interesting. The
price of Ihe mrgszine is 10 cents per
copy or 11.00 per year, it is worth
what is asked.
"The Conquest of America : for
Whom?" is the topic of an address to
to Is! delivered by the pastor at the
Congregational church next Sunday
morning. In the evening a musical
and responsive service of worship
wilt Iw conducted. . 5
The ladies or the Itclicf Corps will
give a chicken pie dinner, Friday
Nov. 17th, at the Orange Hall, com
mencing at f o'clock. 0.?n. Sum
mers will re present and will appeur
on tho program. Dinner, 2.
Muddy complexions. Nauseating
breath come rum chrome c mstipa
tion. Kill t lov- Uoot I ; is an
absolute cure and litis been -' Id for
lifty years on an at .-nlu'e (. anti e,
Price 2.) ct.s, and SO els. ! ' Dreg
Sick heedaches, the curse of over
worked woirankind, are quickly and
smely cured by Karl's Clover ll
Tea, the great blood puritii r and tis
sue builder. M.mev refundt I if not
satisfactory. Fri) 25 and ,10 i ts. (t
'Many a lover has turned witn dis
gust from an otherwise lovable girl
with an offensive breath. Karl's
Clover Hoot Tt purities the breath
hy its action on the bowe', etc., as
nothiiiK else will. Sold torycirs otl
alisolute guarantee. I'tice 2.j i ts, and
fiOds at Delia.
wow is youe Wire ijpsche lost itur
l;f uity? if , Coi'-liial'ou, Indi
gestion, Hick Jtiilache pre the 10-
cipai cao Ivariv ciov - li,,v i'l-a
has curoil tiiese ills forha'fa ( ntu
ry. Prioe 25 eta; and .Ml t . Mcney
wfuniled if 'r-eults are vut tidi
fiy. Delta Drag Hinre.
What ia Rhtlob? A rmriI old rem
edy for (Cough, (Jolds tiqd CVinauin
ptmn; used ihnmgli the world for
half a centurj', has curiil innumor
nlile cases of inclpiont coip-umptinn
and relievel many in advanced stag
es. Ifyou are not salistiy with the
results we Will refund your n ney.
Price 25 and 50 (i and $1.(10. JJDa'ta.
Mr. Harry Harmon who has been
an employee or tne ortn i-aciuc
rallriatd with a gang of bildge build
ers, in Montana Tor several years 'is
spending a few weeks in Hillshoro,
whore he visit Willi his nenw, Mrs.
W. II. Oault.
' Horn at Cedar Mills Nov. 3d lo
Win. Owana and wile, a son. This
is the tenth child and the sixth son.
All the children are well and bid fair
to grow up to lie useful and ret-pected
Frank Kellerman who farmed the
! nnis Dullea farm last year, has
leassl Jerome Paimateer's farm at
Witch Hazel. He took itoKsessinn
The Epworth League of the M. E.
churwi will give in aUverlisemifd
soUjiltle on Friday evening Nov. 24.
s! IfjKoil wi
Do ynti know copaumption is pre
ventable';, Science has proven that,
and also that tigle is sulcidcl. The
worst eold or iiiugh can lie cured
with Shiloh's CViugh and ('oti-uinp-tion
Cure. Sold on positive guaraii.
tei for oyer llfty years. Delta Drug
On every laittle of Shiloh's Con
sumption Cure is this guarantee: "All
we a.k fif you is to ue twiVthirds of
the contents of this bottle faithfully,
then if you can say you are uot bene
fited return the bottle tf your Drug-
gh-t and he may refund the price
paid." Price 25 els, and r.0 cts and
1 1 .00. Delta Drug Store.
WH'XTV to I 'UT TAKES IT IT
There Seem to be me Miuuiler
idjtiiiliuirav topavuirutof taxes
The County Hoard of Equalization
clomid its work last Saturday evening
hy limitation, tho all the cast coin.
ing to the Koard were not invtwtlga
ted. These go over to tho Couuty
Court which will doubtless flt all
next week for equal zttion purposes.
The raises made by the county hoard
last week foot up 150,000 or more.
These have been aim st entirely
in the item of money, notes aud ac
counts. The omission to include
these atems in thf Hat of proierty re
turned to the assessor is due to a mi
understanding of the law and custom
In many iuswncea mortgagors agne
to pay the taxes but the coanty can
uot take notice of such agret ments.
Others suppose that hince the mort
gage tax law was repealed that they
are not required to pay taxes ou
mortgages. They forget that taxes
were never paid on mortgages but
on the note which the mortgages se
cured. It was note that was taxed is
now. The law taxing .notes was en
acted in the '50', a That is over forty
years ago. The officiate get the in
foiauation upon which they act from
the mortgage records, whicla the
Court treats as i conclusive unless
there are explanations tending to
show the contrary.
Mrs. W. H.Oault waa made gad
this week by the H-ception of a letter
informing her that her mateligl
grandmother, Mrs. E. H. Harmon
had suddenly died of huiirt disease ft
her home in Ifcsltield, Jo4M, at tftftV
age of 7i
TICppF SALE OF
VOTKE IH HEItKUY OIVKX THAT
1 1 in tilrkllunc of itn ortlttr tout iIlti.
iiiiiilt- hy Ilit) ' oiling! ourt ol'ilie M.iiu ..i
i rt-iroii, iui laei uiaovul v ttiniiniiit o:r
ilielilh iliiv ul Suvtinlirr s-rl, hi ll,,- m-it.
If rol llie Knl.ueul' A iiili'min riniilli, ili-ol.,
and Ui me aa utliniiiit.traUr-lelua iuit
ul' iunl i'90ilc, ilirvi'Uii, I will w-'il at pul'lic
iiurliun to thf tiiKli-i-JWJ.i at I hi- fMuili
iloor of t tit ('oarjyWtiiVJ in II illnlHjru,
W:u.hiiiKtoli fiiunK, llriifoii, oil haturdav
tin-1 li il.iy ul ' jin-ciiilivr, ls.t, at Hid hour
ot 10 o'rlut k iu the lurriiiHin ol Ktiil .lay.
tor 1'iinh in liMit.t. all of lluit piece, pnreel
nlrart of land. lyiiiK twiiiK anil situate
ailiuu Waa.iiiiKtoii euiiiuy. Oregon, ami
IwniK mure furl iculiirlv lioumleil, ili(ita
leil mii J dt si'nbt.l u fuilaB, to it I
CuliiliieliciilKat a (iol uli tlu low llfliip
line between tunliiii W. 1 North. Kamre
una tooiiBlnp z ortli. lianirr
nest.-urna r.a( ol llie West lineoltlie
Pollution land Cluuii of aaid Amlermui
.Smith and wile, ilfaice NoUl 4 .Vi i h.
more or Iik to the center ul the t'ri f-k
knomi iu Mi kav I'reil. 1 hence tin the
center ol naid t reek with the iiieuiiilerinn
thereof tu the mouth uf the Dtreuiu Wiioh n
aa IU aurilam Creek in aiid Ui'iialion
Ijlllil I'lallil. 1 hence tin the is'iiter ol aaiil
lieuveraiiiii Creek with the meandering
a iiii.- iiiiiiiiiik uiri'ojr .iriu
anilr-uniti tliaiii;li ihe Nuith-weat eitruer
uf the Dunaliun l.anil hum of Will inn
ilurria in aectlull HI. towiisliin i Norlh
kliaiiKV 2 went. Will. Mer. llienee South
aluiiK the Went hue ol auul Ilurria rlaiiu to
the8oulh line of the North hull' uf llie
Donation Land Claim rif aaid Anilersun
Mnilh and wile, iheiu-e West on aaid
8outh line to a lioi'il due 8outti from llie
Lphiceuf beiriniiii.K rlieiit-e .Sortli to the
iaie ui ik'kiihiiiik;. eoiiiuiiuiiK; luriy-uve
( 16) acre, more or leas.
Auniiuiaf rator ile-liouia-iioii of tha estate
of Auderaiiii hmith, deceased. Z.v.' i
NOTICKFOK 11 ltl.H'ATM
Laud Orro i at Oamios Citt, OaruoN.
nOVPIllMT 4. S!.
NOI'ICK IS IIKKKBY U1VKN THAT
the followiiiK'-nameil am Her haa lileil
notice of hia attention to make linal uroof
In aupport ol hincluiiii.aiid that tiuil iruuf
win lie liuiue oeiore l o. Clerk ol Wai.li. l o.
at llillxhoro, ttKii., on Due. '.2, lst!l, viz:
Ai.iir.ii r it. liA.MUM; H. K. !K7ii for the
N W V. ol M.c. St. X i N of KiW.
tie names ihe luliowma witnesaei to
prove ma coiitiiuioua reaiileiiea iido.i und
cultivation ef aaid land, vu:
Henjajinin A Collina of Fir, drego".
Nichohla O. Lillv. uf tlaiea I'rtM'k. trevmi.
John K, billy '
Wil iuni T.
ache, Sidney and
Tea cures Isvfc
hotic e ron 1MT BLIC ATIOS
Land Office at Oukhom City. Oh.
Oct.' 2.1, ixirt,
NOT UK IS HKKKI1Y fit VKX, THAI
the followiiiK-uamed attler lias liied
notife of hia inteiitiuii to make linal proof
iu Hiipport of hia claim, and that aaid proof
nill lie made hi fore ilieiiuinty Clerk of
Washington County, ul llillslxiru Ore., un
Heo 2, lHim, viz:
ii.wi i) r. Ki lt ,
H. K. !rsi for ihe S t of s K W, S K
of.S W ii h.c 11 h ml N W 'i ui S E i
of Sec It I S N It .r W.
He naiuea the lullowin witnesses to
pr ve hia contimioiia reeidoik'c. upon ami
ciiltivalion of .-aid laud, vi.:
Ueorite KoKlur, of Huxton, Ore.
Andrew host un, of '
hn W. liam-eh, of " "
Wlililllll Keldt, ol " "
cii.vs. p. mooi:i:s
sot it fob r i jinr atiu
Land Offh t at Okk'.on City. Oh.
Ort. T. is ill
N'OTICE ISIJHItKltY (irVI'.N, THAT
the followiuif-named aeliler has tiled
nutieef hia intention lo make tiual proof
in aujiport of hia claim, and that aaid proof
Will mane neiore tne ouniy urn in
Waahinatou Countv. at Hillnhort) Ore., on
Dec. Z), li. viz:
Lot IS RITKKIIARPT
W B,lt 'l9 foi the W 4 of N W of See
and N M of X V of hec JiTINIl j
ite iianies the following WibinKKes to
prove bit eontinana rmidema) upoiv and
imivaiiuu oi aaiu laim, viz:
aim I. Homier, of (liilta Creek. Ore.
liermaii A Kiurellinvht. ol " "
Oiore W I'roi'tor, ol " '
jitruie Marain, oi
CH AS. n. Moeiira
ttm f ceataci total.
The city council of Hillaliom, Oregon
ling ordered a aewer or umlenlriiin inn
atructed on Third Street in llillalairo Ore
fftiu in uecorilanee with the plat and sur
vey on file in the ollice of Hie city recor
der of li lalxirn. healed bids for the con
struction of said sewer or uuilcnlrain will
tie received hv the undcraitineil on ami
up to 4 o'clock on the 20th day of Novem
ber lS'.tl. bidders are requested to iniike
hida aa lolluvi: One hid fur ron-trin t
Hi; the aame and furnishing the tile, ami
one tor the contruction of the innic and
llie city furnish the tile.
Also bids for ti-in tile distributed
almiK proposed ditcli,
Tho council regrrvea the riitht to ro-
jei't any or all bids.
ii'Hwit hula wuli Henton lUiwuian, i ily
J. K. I AUCTIONS.
2T-2tl Htns't t'ommiltee.
Imparts that peculiar lifthtncss, sweetness,
anil HaviM" noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the ur.i of any othr leavening aftent
Made from pure, grape cream of tartaf.
1 ROYAL BANOPOWDtlf CO., NEW YORK. '
iinost line of toilet articles
and tliiij.; sundries in the
County always kept at the
are made.from tried form-
Our line of patent med
icines is complete. Careful
attention given family receipt.
these facts in vour brain.
Nllr mf Apfi laarat ot Hu
Notice is hereliv (riven that the ninler
igueii Ima lieen rfnly appointeii executor
ol the mat will ami Icatauient or John .
Kniitli ilcce.iaed,- late of Waaliiniiton
count v Oreeon, anil that he has duly
(lualitieil ag mn'li in the countv court of
the IState of (ircgiMi for Washington Co.
All ccrMinl therefore haiinit claim
aainit aaid entate are herehy requohted
and requireil to pr laent them with proper
vouchers at the law omce ot Titos. 1 1
K. II. Tongue ia liillslnro WaHhinuton
countv Orecon, within six months from
tha date hereof.
IlilWmro Oregon Nov. 11), 1S!I.
2f-2i CIIAKI.KS IIKKNAKP,
Eteculor of the lant will and testa
ment ol John C. Smith deceased.
B HAVE YOU USED 3
B BUTTER PARCHMENT? 3
Notice ia herehr given lluit tlie umlcr-
aigliitl lint Isl'n duly, itptminteil iir llie
iiuntv court of the atate ot Oregon, for
W'acliington countv, ailmiiiiatrator of the
etaua of Silt. 111 J. Slanlcy ilwe.iac.1 and
haa duly tiualilied aa "iii'h ami entered
uiHin tli liiachiirgc of hia dutii.
All Mrsoiig tlierelore having chum!
gainst the eatate are herehy requested
and required to pre-s-nt them With m-
i r vouchers to the underpinned nt the
ollice of the Countv Clerk iu Hillshoro,
within aix months from tho ihite hereof.
J. II. STANLEY,
Adminiilrii:,r .if the estate til Susan J.
Stani,-v. deiil. 21--."
Fentin, lirouiu;h'A Vnir,
Attva tor the Kttcta.
llcatitiful cuitii'lcxiiin fi n ini
IKMsihility withmit gisnl IiIimhI, the
anrt that tinly Hints in cunin e'nn
with tfiMHl diu'cftl', ? licnlthy liv.-r
and lsivcl.s. Karl's lover 11 ait Tea
actn directly mi lht Imwt l.s, liver and
kidney" kociinif them in perfect
health. I'ricp 25 eta. and fid ct.s. at
IMta' Driiif Store.
khh lnm lT"rfli hy Imyinif frmn
Mcliulnit'ticb Sun. C
F. J. Burner has pat in a fine stock
of eiirara a ctkatf 1 1 a. A
K II. Flair, ofcffliit visitetl here
this weft. 0
Ir. Lowe, the optician, Is coming
V. 1). Hare at the Uranire sttore Is
carrying a line linn of plow this fa'l
from the Olifi r plnir Vmrks. Th it
factory relc-id tu Ju't Ik plow lrtia
and rtipiint dc;i'eM handllnt; its
product to fell at tlie o'd pre ch. The
resi4 in that Mr. lluro has the Oliv
er I Uftri-Tlifjti at from til "0 to
f 1'i.DO depending on thcalyle. Other
sizes k at the old popular figures.
At the siiifie place pu-clmsers will
find a fine line of slovis Imth lor the
kitchen and Ihe sitting room togeth
er with a larce stis k ot pip"
Heart l.ettrr l ist.
The follow a i.'a list of loiter re
maining mini I led fur in t!e pololtice
at HillalMiro. IM. 2s'ha:V ,
M r. J.itpniw.ii a mi i-.h'-o".
All loiters not ciilh d f..r l.y Nov.
II, will he wnt to the I lead I-ettcr
Oit'nv. f)nc'nt will ! chargi d fi r
each letter called for.
O 11. S lit t MKUU'll, r M.
Allows the atate of vour feelings and the
atate of your health as well. Impure Moo t
makes itscli apparent in a pale and sallow
complexion, Pimples and (Skin Krnptions
If you are tis'ling weak and worn nut anil
do not h ive a healthy appearance you
should try Acker a lllissl Hilir. It cures
all hlooil iliseases wherecheapfiaraapurillas
end an called pui triers fnil : knowing thia
we sell every Isittlenn a pohttlveguaraolee.
The Helta l'rug Store.
hi f 1 4 f iftt car Rlck. JtMl
ache, indtg. stion and c iuatipalion. A
delighllnl herh drink. cmovi a1! erup
tiona of thir Akin, producing a pet i'i rt com
plexion, or money reiunoVd. 2o eta. and
,'slcls. llie li Ita Iirug Kitiru.
I hcljx the team. Kivrn w r.tf and H
II expense. Sold ever) where. t
L w.f.ft av 4 I
aTANOARo oik co.
Notice is herehy Riven that I, the
undersigned, have Wen appointed exec
utor of the estate ol William Wilson
deceased hy the County Court of Wash
ington County Oregon and have duly
qualified aa such egecutor:
All persona having claims ajrainat naid
estate are herehy requested anil required
to present them to the undersigned at Ihe
law ntlice of W. N. Barrett in llillahoro,
Oregon, within aix month! from the date
llillslioro, Oregon, Octolier II. lMttl.
11. C. CAHSTKNS
Exis-ulor ot the estate of William
Catarrh tainot U I'nrrd
with local applicationa, aa they cannot
i each Ihe aeat of tlie disease. Catarrh ia a
hlooil or constitutional disease, and in or
der to cure it you must take internal rem
edies. Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken inter
nally, and acts ipreetly on the hlooil and
mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure
not a qunck ine-ticiiie. It waa pri'ScrilM'd
hy one of ihe best physicians in thia coun
try for years, and aaa reaularprescriptn.il.
It ia composed of the heat tonics known
eonhined with the heat hlooil puriliers, act
ing direclly on the mucona surfaces. The
perfect continuation of the two ingred cuts
is wlnit pioducea sueli wonderful resups
in curing (HJarrh, Send for testimonials
Address, F.J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo.O
Sold by Druggists. 75o.
Mall's Family 1'illa are tha beat.
. All gilt-edged butter put on the mar
ket hy creameiies is wrapped in paper.
The product of the private daily would
reach its market in much liettei comli-
. tiou if wrapped in Butter Parchment
than it does when wrapped in cloth.
Parchment is not only better than cloth
. Cloth sells at 6 cents per y?rd from
which 27 sheets can be cut 27Parch
ment wrappers cost 2" cents.
500 ShePts 8x11,
500 Sheets. 8x13,
taiulard sirf lor 2-pouud rolls Is
flxt t inches; 2-pound blocks are
wrapped in the 8x13 size.
One reason why paper has not lieen
jenerally used heretofore, farmers
could not get it at the general Mue
It is now kept at the Independent of
c.fice cut to any size wanted.
$$ Vital Mcttlrment.
wishottft Kttiil li
the 11 fi and
nun -'s a'l
9 i -',
lISte mrA .it.f. lt. I
r.i . to Hr. Oray
On. mm a u. itisv
Bnanta f Il ;t tw Hnw liW BaiigM
Notice is he rehv Lven that the titular
ancl haa tiled hia linal account aa ad
ministrator of the eatate of Chas. I'. lli
ver deceaaed, in Hie county court of tlie
atate.y,siMu'onfor Waahinon county,
an.ftf7.il aaid court haaapsiiuiel Mondav,
the4lhday of Iiecemlrer, isrs.i, at ill
o'clis k in ta fi nslitai of aanl day aa the
tune for hearing ohietins to such
filial astunt and fur the' settlement
S. T. I.IN KI.ATK
Adminilralor of the estate of
Oliver deceased, 2"
ill. T. Ilagley Attorney for estate.
..Ladies' Misses' and
Childrens' Seal and$
Plush Capes, also
HFur Collarettes, just 3
from the factory at...
1 Schulmerich & Son
trflr- Jersey t'.w ag-l S year-, with
large lump on left aide. ill ! 'real,
thia monili. Angnst.
(tne J-jear l J heifer, - tic I man.
tne yearliaar hrlnr, hlue,
(tae 'earllac heifer, red.
Liberal rewarJ orfers4t
MK. L. IlKCKK.K.
Nhjlli I'oit Ulti'e,
Hilisbof a Pharmacy
Pure fresh dmgs, Brushes, Paints, Oila, Sponges and all Druggi
Fine CrsKlas a utlery a spe?i5nty.
tit ra tare lu'S.nip.aadliia Prttcrlptl.au