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IIILL.SEORO, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1002.
utONEUAL DIRECTORY, j
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CUhUUN CITY LAND OFFICE.
i. II. Moorea .I.c:iii'et
uniioway .. iin'wici
.F, A. HaiU'V, Mayor
John Northrup j
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I OtU' OtFTOK INFOKMVnON.
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I! ilhnr acd Oritur
O j.'i ttoutb. H:;W s. m
'loi',: lit i'orc,l:iml au a 1
frny-tiflloeH, 4(:fi" a.
ii. uui'. 4 p. m.
y-'t iviriiiiuKlou and Laurel, daily at I J
fill lU.'U AND HUCIETlf NUMCKb.
( UlKtTI()NAL CJlL'ltC'll, onrner
M ini ud Filtb BtrnolH. i'lOiiohiiiK
.iry mlibiith, in,iruiii anti evo'niOK- "b,
'ii. !,h HoIiiKil at 10 u'oiooli a. m. Frayfir
1'iwt.iiifj TliiiriKlay eveniua. Y. 1'. 8. IJ. K.
-'iiiiilHy at HrlSO p. nj. Ait sHrviot'H will be
, li.irl.. I'liglit. Intorpntiitt; and Imli'ful.
KT,'? yoiui oonlially woi,-oin.
KVAN F. HUOUKC. i'n.iv.r
"HANOKUOAIi OHU1MIH. (Jorner
t j "t-'if th nud Fir. FrenohiUK nvery hnurtay
viniufr at 8 p. di.; rvvry Huudiiy
II a. in. i Huud.iy achiHil at 1.0 a. in.
iiiror ii'otitiriff ftvery 'l'liari4.1ny evening;
I Inixtuiii iiiiilcvor at 7:;)0 p. in. O. 11.
t K. OHlHtOH, S. H. CrucnUcfrastor.
;M Pi '.'aohiriH every 8abbntb moruiatf nud
'vetiint; Sablinlb i;liool every tvihbatb at
'' i. 1..'iu!iim meclinK every Huudity nl
'.i 1 i F h vronural prayer nu-etini; evitry
: hurray everiiDi!. Lnadera and bteward'v
1'iiwtinM tde thu d Tnoaday eveuiiiti of aacb
J ami 4i Ii cjiinduya in pudi muiitli at 11
in. Ttayir iiii't'tiii I'ttnraitay evviiiiiff,
t'liri:i(mn Kndeavorat 7 p in
K. 11. Hll KrtFUUlSK Factor.
laii(tlitTH of lU'bckuh.
I J 1I.I..SHOKO liKUKKAH I.OlMiK NO
I I iV4, I O ) F. liiw u in Odd FiIIuhh'
.Hall ovi-ry nalurduy evcnini;.
' U.I..H110UO C.VMl SO. f IK, SIKKI8
ry .'ml anil Itli Natnnlay niuht. at
A. O. I . n
!l,l,."l:(llO LODUK NO. til, A. O. 1).
W., Mi cm every lirai.and tbtrd
i -ulay eveuinR each oionth.
p. or ii.
( I li.l hllOKO OKANOK, NO. 73, mflrn
I I V'ni and lib r- day of each monlb.
I. o. o. .
I . I tDM A hOUUE, NO. SO
ovneadny evenint?Rak Ho'oiocK,in
1 . .tali. Viaitora mndo wlooine
lliree f Hanoi,
piiK ilF.OHKK ir HONOH. A.
inectH In t rhrunir-i' haii i!rv
iihI mm mird rnuay evenlnK 1,1 encu
IWlKNK'IA TKMI'LK NO. 10, K. 8 ,
1 ineetf every 'iiul and 4'h F.-tday In each
i.'jnm at 7:o'clock in WehruiiK'sHail.
k. or p.
IK1MX LODOK, NO. 4, K. OF I,
i i-iie'a in .Mnniilo Hall on Monday
vunitf of each week. Hojtmrning brethren
n Ifomed to lnd)e meettiuin.
A. f and A. M.
IMA 1.11 M LOPK NO. B, A,
F. ft A. M..
in.ntii every Hatorday uiifht on or after
moan orean monb.
0. K. S.
'I nl' A I. A TIN CHAPTEIt, N0.31.0. K.K.,
1 niet'tn at Maionlc Temple on i he 2nd
ind 4tt) Tursday ot eaob nionth.
KLM. RANHO.W t.w
1 KKT3 IS OIM) FKI.I.OW8 HALL ON
ll the lirat and third Friday of eac h
iMonlb. at .00 o'clock, p, ni.
uiM. laNsoM pomt, 50. en, a. a. k
n K KTS I N ODD FKI.LOW8 H ALL ON
A I the tirM ami third Saturdays of each
month, at 2.00 o'clock p. in.
Men nls for tMtnp I'lftumi at the
!mkpkndent ofHtt', 1 dot and a
iialf for 6 ctt.
(. . TOUOUE
THUS H. K. II TONUIE,
Y I T i'-N FYS-AT-LA W,
Hi U.1 )U, OltKO&h.
ijtvn . lloouiK 3, 4, 4 5, Mowao Block,
VY. N. IIAKKLTT,
I TORN EYS-AT-LAW,
i li'i-ici: (Antral Hlooc. Uooina 6 and I,
J TTORNEY-AT-LA W.
ltoum 6 and 7. Uoikkii block.
il. T. UAULKY,
1: 1 1.L-HOrJ OUKGON.
Orru-K: Over Delta Drutf Ktore,
JOHN M. WALL,
lliiloy. Morgan Block, Rooms 1 A 2
S. T. LIMkLATEK, M. H. C. U.
piIYSICIAN AND BUHQFiON
Udiiiii: at rusidonoe, cast of court
tloumi, wUito be will be found at all noma
when uoi vixitint.' patients.
J. 1. TIM I Ml E, J.,
J. H. K. bUHOEON,
( 'runic ahi liiMinrNoi : corner Third
ani Main Ktreta. Offioe hoom, NtU to 12
a. in., I to r and 7 to a p. nt. '1'eleplione to
rrHl(inc from lroca A hla' Drojratore ai
all h,urs. All oalla promptly attended.
dikIji or nay.
r A. II VILKY, M. K.
pll YSICIAN AND SUIVGEON
(Illice MTaii.l!.'iih-y Hlnck, up utaira,
rtKiim IJ, la anil 15. Ueaidenoe, b. W.tlor,
HunM Lin and HMinrid litroeia.
j. v.. aiik1sn.
Offk k Houiia: 0 a. in. to 4:30 p. m.
Otiim in L'niou block over I'hariuacy
FUUKMT OKOVK, OUEOON
l'cat art, ";ial teeth $,"i.50 er vet. Cement
ami Amalgam lillinx fin cvnli each. Jold
nllingii iroin $1 up. Vitalized air lor pain
lefts fxtrai lion.
OvFirarf three doori nortb of Briok
Htore. Ottioe buara from V a. ui. to4 p. m.
TlIltUllilltUTAII AND C'OMIKADO.
The ideal trip to the eaat during;
(ho heat of Summer Ih via the Rio
(lrnIt' Wctitorn and Denver & Bio
Oinodt's K lilr-mil-i, the . far-tamed
"Sccni j Mno of the World. The
extremes of lcuiierature are .never
met, and jia.'ner ajre mire of hav
ing a ii"li(;htfully cxkI rido through,
liio Heart of Iho Kocl-y Mouuitainx,
and a view by daylight of scenery
which is nowhere Hurpatwed.
If desired, a atop enroute may be
uiado at quaint and picturesque
Salt I-nke City, the "City of the
S.iinU," (Jli'nwixHl Hpringa, Lead
villo, Colorado Sprinjffi, Pueblo,
Denver, or any tntermndiate iiit.
There are tbnee daUy trains leav
ing Halt Iake City for points
eaat, which hnve chuwcoruiectionB
from the Northwest via either O. B.
& N. Co., or the Southern Prciflc Co.
Theso trains are equipped with
Through Sk'epr (Standard and
Tourist,) Free lirlining Chair Cars
and a pcrftft Dining Car Hervlce.
IVnxmally Conducted Eicursiona,
in chargo of eouipeteiit and courte
ous managers, are run neveral times
a week without vhane ot cars to
lHfiiver, Omaha, K'aiuuts City, St.
1otii, CJiicago, Kuflulc, Now York,
Ikwlon and allJeH,ternritiea.
Ticket are on alo nt alt lUilroad
Ticket olllcet. T'or further informa
tion and die npent rates, apply to
J. 1). Mansfield,
124 Third St., Portland, Oregon.
Base ball players should use The
Deltt Liniment, as It cures sprtdns
and bruises, toughens f Oo hand and
keeps the fingers suple.
i CATHOLIC CHURCH TO BE DEDICATED
Archbishop Christie, of Oregon,
Archbishop Christie, who will con-
duct the services at the dedication of
the Catholic church here, nejt Sun
day, was born in Vermont and U a
living example of what places an
American boy may reach, lie com
menced his career in . the public
schools of his native towu and work
ed on the farm in vacation. As the
lad grew, his thin-t for knowledge
became burning. The University of
Levalle, Moutraol, is where both his
literary degree and his course in
divinity was takeu, and there ho de
cided to devote his life to thsVchurch.
While yet a youth, and before he
took his college degree, he went
with his father to Minnesota, where
he grew to manhood and where M
work was dune till those qualities of
personality became known and rec
ognixed, which have pushed him up
ward lu church work. He ha a
heart for the work of Christianity,
sincere, eealous, but; mix lest, and be
l ives bis fellowmuu. These ntlri
liutert caused tiiuiili one ot the
most popular mill ii.lb nlial pro sis in
that slate, .imi to lio- il lie is In t
ter knywn liy the endearing title ol
Father Christis than by (lie grt aii r
titles that attach to his present high
station. In 18UH ho witf made It, shop
of Victoria, U. C. That same yuar
Archbishop Gross, of Oregon, diexl in
Ualtimore and there was a vaciucy
here which was not tilled Immediate
ly. Wu outsiders Hurmised thai
thore might be two Hlicies lhat
could not harmonize, but it has sine
been understood that the delay ii'
filling the vacancy was not ou ac
count of so serious a inutU rs tlifTei
Ing (Milicies, but was due to a del i 1 1.
rate hunt for the right man. Choice
fell on Bishop Christie, of Victoria.
At that time the selection wat
thought to be a wise one. Tin
Bishop was rocogniaad to be an
American and politically to Is- gttid
ed by the teaching of Christ, as so'
forth in that paragraph reading, i
"Bender therefore unto Cesar the
things which are Cesar's, and unto
Qod the things that are God's."
While the Bishop regretted to leave
Victoria, he olieyed the order assign
ing him to Oregon. The result has
verified the wisdom of sending him
here. What he has done is not con
fined to his church, but is ol a broad
er nature that benefits the state and
Immunity. He has strengthened
the Diocese along all the lines, plant-
eJ a church here, another thore, and
beyond in the neighborhood: remote
from population centers. Ho has
secured and put in operat oo Colum
bia University, University Park,
Portland at a cost of $100,000. There
are accomodations for L'OO studentf.
The college is fully equipped for a
NEWS Of THE STATE.
The Tillamook Headlight reports
the death of Geo. II. llandley, of that
city. Handley's body hail not been
found, but parts of his boat had
drifted to the shore. His friends
give up hoe. The young man was
27 years of age, and leaves a wife
A French four-mast barque, from
which tho cargo of coal had licen re
moved, lost its equilibrium at a
Portland dock last wees and tipped
ever on the wharf. The masts and
rigging had to be cut away so that
the hulk could drop bark into the
water. The low by damages is as
sessed at :tO,(MK) or more.
Cliauncy Nye, of Jackson county,
who waa a member of the Oregon
Territorial Legislature of 1853, writes
a letter to Oov. Oeer reciting the
memories of that session and to say
that he is still alive to keep company
with Oov. G rover and Judge Boise,
the trio being the only mcinliers of
that session, as far as known, who
A Yamhill farmer reports thst ho
last week, sold 26 dressed hogs, aged
9 months, that averaged 225 pounds,
' ' '""ison of Sanders. II
gross proceeds for the lot was $.180.
He fed 125 bushels of wheal, worth
no more than 50 cents per bushel,
but by feeding he made It yield him
$3 per bushel. We can match the
figures at several points in this
Frank Fruit, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Fruit, of Crawfordsville, lies
In death, with the Mp of his
head blown to atoms, the result of a
classical and other college courses.
Rut the end Is not yet. Mere build
ings will m tke room tor more stu
donfs. A department of law and
another of medicine will be added,
next year, it is hoped. Another pub
lic eleemosynary Institution planted
at Portland is the Old Folks' Home,
at Sunnytide, where old men and
women who want homes may gather
anti enjoy the comforts so grateful to
aged people. No quostions touching
nationality or creed is asked Protes
tant, Catholic and luQdcl are alike
welcome. If, when Death, with his
black wing, casts a shadow over an
terrible accident which happened
Thursday, a couple of miles from
the Fruit home. It seems the
young man hud gone Ashing and
had taken a shotgun with him, and
in crawling through some thick
brush, over logs, the gun waa dis
charged, with the result as above
slated. Brownsville Times.
The A. O. U. W. official paper re
ports that the order has a member
ship In this state of 10,355,
which is an increase of 114 for the
month ending Dec. 20, 1001. The
order paid Insurance losses during
December amounting to $16,095.24.
The receipts lor the month were $-5,-822,64.
There wera eight warrants
calling for $8,738.34 outstanding, but
the balance, $9,727.40, Is sufficient to
pay the same when present d. Tbe
order, therefore, would seem to be
In most excellent condition
Charles Sanders, miner, wan as
saulted in the streets of Orant's Pass
last week by a footpad, who, in the
darkness, dealt six heavy blows on
tire head of the victim, a few lastly
cries for help uttered before the fin
ishing blows rendered him Insensi
ble, brought him assistance. The
K . . "B "
son oi sanuers, iinsclousness was
restored after a time and the hurt
man will recover. The highwayman
escaped unrecognir.i d.
The river steamer Buth, which
was sunk at Corvallis two weeks ago
by striking a snag, as was supposed,
hs been floated, but it is found that
instead of a snag, it was a cluster of
three piles that had been driven In
the river to help form a log boom.
While the boat has been raised, it
Wll :-'1;n Hi
X ffej" Jr
Inmate anil he or she calls for a
Protestant clergyman, that minister
is called. Ou these broad lines does
Father Christie work, and, as he is a
man in the prlmo of life, we can
reasonably rejoice that he will be
with us tor many years lo exercise
policy which so endeared him to his
Minnesota parishioners as Father
Chrlstlo. The only thing to blast
this hope Is promotion to a station
Rev. Father Black.
Bev. Father J. II. lilack, rector of
the Hillshoro church, Is an Oregon
boy, having come to Oregon with
ARCHBISUOP CHRISTIE, OF
has not been lifted high enough to
come off the piles, which had poked
their heads np through the boat hull,
The company has decided to wait
till the river rises and lifts the taut
off tho plies. The rain of thU week
will do the Job.
The Frenrh barque Max run into
the passenger steamer Walla Walla,
plying between Hun Francisco and
Seattle and sank her in 35 minutes.
This occurred Thursday morning of
last week before daylight off Cape
Mendocino, on the California coast
near tbe Oregon line. The Max is
badly damaged and herself would
have sunk but for her water-tight
compartments. Tbe barge has been
towed Into San Francises bay. The
loss of life from the Walla Walla has
not been certainly reported, but it Is
feared lhat 24 to 80 perished.
The Grant's Pass Observer reHrts
that in a gold mining camp near
there, locally known as Dry Dig
gings, Andrews Bros, found a pocket
rich enough to work and Instead of
censing work when the pocket had
been emptied of its contents as many
miners do, they kept digging down.
They struck a thin seam of red
ochre, Thlch at a depth ot less than
ten feet, develoed into a six-inch
vein of a -soft, crumbling quartz liter
ally peppered with free gold. The
contents of the vein yields from 25
to 50 cents per pan. Each and every
panful yields a long string of yellow
dust. It is very rich. As the vein
Is growing in width and value with
depth, it gives a flattering promise of
great Importance as a remarkable
quarts ledge and gold producer. In
the mean time it is being worked
with pick and pan ami yielding
his father and mother in 1878. The
Oregon home was fixed at McMiun
villa, Yamhill county. Father Black
was born at Ablngton, Virginia, lu
1805. His education was begun In
the public schools of his native state
and continued at McMinnville, after
which he was ready for LU Culc
ourse, which was takon at Notre
Dame University, Indiana, The
time spent at the university covers
his entire absence from the state
since bis immigration, lu 1878. Im
mediately after graduation, In 1892,
he was assigned to the chair of Eng
lish Literature In Mt. Angel college,
A WOBTHI 8UCCK.SS0K.
Something Hew Under
All 1 motors have tried to cure
catarrh by the use of powders, acid
gases, Inhalers and drugs in wste
form. Their powders dry up the
mucuous membranes causing them
to crack open and bleed. Tho Kw
erful adds used In the Inhalers have
entirely eaten away the same mem
branes that their makers have aim
ed to cure, while wstes and oint
ments cannot reach the disease. An
old and experienced practitioner
who has for many years made a clone
study and rpeclalty of the treatment
of catarrh, has at last perfected a
treatment which when faithfully
used, not only relieves at once, but
permanently cures catarrh, by re
moving the cause, stopping the dis
charges and curing all inflammation.
It la tbe only remedy known to
science that actually reaches the af
flicted parts. This wonderful rem
edy Is known as "Snuffles, the
guaranteed catarrh cure" and Is sold
at the extremely low price of one
dollar, each package containing In
ternal and external medicine suffi
cient for a full month's treatment
and everything necessary to Its per
"Snuffles" Is the only perfect catarrh
cure ever made and is now recogniz
ed as the only safe and positive cure
for that annoying and disgusting dis
ease. It cures all inflammation
quickly ami permanently ami Is also
wonderfully quick to relieve hay
fever or cold in the heatl.
Catarrh when neglected often leads
to consumption "Snufllea" w ill save
you II you use It at once. It is no
ordinary remedy, but a complete
treatment which is positively guar
arnteed lo cure catarrh lu any form
or stage if used according to tbe di
rections which accomtHiny each
package. Don't delay but sent for It
at once anil write full rticulars as
to your condition and you will re
Marion county, this state. Ho was
ordained Priest by Archbishop Gross
in 1803, His first uiU-ion work whs
at Oswego, Clackamas county, but
aftnr only two months, ho was called
to thb Cathedral in Portland. There
he remained two years, when he was
!njtu!!c;! as rector of the Kugeno
church. He stayed two years there,
when, oh the death of Father North
man, he was called again to the Ca-thedral-iu
Portland to bo private sec
retary for Archbishop Gross, which
place he held till the death ol that
Prelate. Having shown his ability
to handle large financial matters, he
was installed as secretary of the
Diocese) during the interiu till Arch
bishop Christie came, and even now
i:t largo transactions, he is the spec
ial agent entrusted with conducting
Two years ago ho was mode rector
if St. Francis church, in East Port-
laud, where bo now is. The Hills.
Intro church is extra work, which
comes lo him Ih-cmuho of his good or
gauming ai.d executive, ut ility . lie
without doubt will have lelof ;is
sxni as it successor can he louna to
c.jhUiiuo whit Father Bhick has
Asa speaker, he is IkiIIi lorcihlo
and elt.uiient. It is a olunsure to sit
in his congregation and follow his
logical reasoning. His ministry
makes christians, uud hc'iCt) latter
meu. Ho baldly uml fearlessly re
bukes siu uud points lo the path of
virtue uud to happiness for tho re
ward of right living -a happiness
whoso enjoyment is commenced ou
earth and continued in Heaven.
Hillaboro Catholic Church.
The Hillshoro church was organ-
lited In 18U1). Since flien services
have Is-eii held quite regularly in
IheOjM'ra House. The congregation.
small at first, lias growu 'ami now
numbers about iiilO. Immctiiately
sfter oryani.ing the church, Father
Black saw Iho necessity for a home.
At first he thought lo buy a church
already erected. The building be
longed to tho Baptist church and
hail been standing idle for a number
f years and was understood lo be
tor sale. Negotiations for its pur
chase were opened, but Iho parlies lo
the transfer could not get together,
so all idea of purchasing was aban
doned. It was decided to build new.
W. Shule, Banker, donated tho
lot Ihtn vacant icr-s the street from
the Baptist ehuich. Foundation
stones were delivered in the fall of
181)9. The building committee was
apiinted and an active campaign
commenced early in 1000 to raise
funds lor tho new structure. Work
was commenced late in the searon of
the same year find was pushed as'
vigorously as was possible.
ceive special advice from the discov
erer of this wonderful remedy re.
garding your case without cost to
you lieyond the regular price of
Wnuflles" tho -'guaranteed catarrh
Sent prepaid to any address in tho
United Ntales or Canada on receipt
of one dollar. Address Dept. E 750,
Edwin B. Giles A Company, 2330
and 2332 Market Street, Phila
delphia. r '
Children Especially Liable.
Burns,- bruises ami cuts are ex
tremely painful and if neglected of
ten result In blood p iisoning. Chil
dren are especially liable to such
mishaps bocause not so careful. As
a remedy DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve Is unequalled. Draws out the
fire, stops tho pain, soon heals the
wound. P.fwaro of counterfeits.
Sure cure for piles. "DeVVitl's Witch
Hazel Salvo cured my baby of ecze
ma after two physicians gave her up'
writes James Mock, N. Welmter,
Ind. ''The sores were so bad she
soiled from two to live dresses each
day." Delta D'ug Store.
Don't Lire Tsgi-lkf r.
Constipation ami health never go
together. DeWitt's Little Early
Bisers promote early action of the ,
bowels without distress. "I have
been troubled with costiveness nine
years," says J. O. Greene, Dcpauw,
Ind. "I have tried many remedies
but Little Etrly Bisers give ts-st re
sults." Delta Drug Htore.
Tfclt affnatare in on every hov of tbe gwanlno
Laxative Bromo-Quininc Tabiu .
th rvawdy that nm. tlU " .