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About Hillsboro independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 189?-1932 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1902)
You will alwayt look neat If vim
Rot shaved by Ooodoiurphy, 1 1111.
Doro's leading barber, Karon utor
Henator W. II. Wehrun?, ol thia
county, wa elected president of the
Oregon Farmery' Congress, bold this
wi'k la Hnlom.
Kov. C, C. Poling will preach at
tho Evanifolioal church, Friday eve
... . Jwn?ry. 'T!1! tpriw ir-t.
Ing will Im hold afterwards.
The Prohibition Alliance of Iliiia
boro will meet in the Evangelical
church, Saturday evening, January
11th. An Intertwling program will
bo rendered. All are cordially in
vited; admitftioQ free.
Wort! comes that it. H. Ooodin,
now In Sa'em, la eonvltweent. IIU
even have been troubling him of
late, but he and hi friendu think
tho worwt hs been prssed. He does
not now have tn wear bandage all
On Thursday morning of last
ffyx r, ?tt m hr.lt jttt.siW ?r.
of I'cter Uergerson, of Klnt, Nehaloin
country, swallowed a pin, tioint Unit,
which lodged in the child' throat.
No Hurxical aid being at hand, the
fathitr brought hia boy to Hillnboro,
a distance of 28 miles, over muddy
roadit, where Drs. I3aily and Wood
removed the pin by an operation
Dimple to the profetMion, but beyond
the reach of the laity.
Much aiuitty wm aroused some
days ago by the arrival at the Union
Depot, Portland, of the old gon tie-
man Mclntlre'i trunk, but no owner.
Henry Mclntire, of liillaboro, knew
Hint lila fHther, who la somewhat In
firm with age and disease, had start
ed from the E?sl to visit here in Or
egon. When he knew that the trunk
had como, he wps much disturbed at
his father's disappearance and at
once liegan to search for him. No
favorable answers were returned for
a time, but this week he finds him
in the insane asylum at Salem. How
ne goi tnero is a mystery.
I&oek for road building is not
plentiful in Washington county, yet
there are a few ledges near the old
lake beach. The county court recog
nizi ig conditions, takes Time by
the forelock and has bought forty
containing one of the good quarries
of rock required for road building.
This land is the E. ) of N. of 8. W.
J Hoc. 23 T. I N. R. 4 W.f Will.
Mor., 40 acrrs. The purchase price
is 1300. Another description of the
premises is the tract lying about 8
miles northward and westward to
the left of the road leading to Thatch
er postoflice. There Is rock enough
to build all the roads in the county
for ail time and timber enough to
furniah luel to generate steam for
caching. The buy is a good one
and made not a day too soon.
The Omuonian of Wednesday
morning, January 8th, publishes the
following paragraph, telling of Win.
It. lUldra's injury received the day
before. Mr. Iltldra formerly lived
at Forest drove and is a nephew of
our W, V. Wiley. The paragraph
rends: "Wm. 11. lialdra, who Uvea
at 408 lOt-st Washington street, was
severely injured In an elevator ac
cident In the Meier & Frank build
ing Monday, bis right hand on the
upiier side being shockingly lacer
ated and the arm broken just above
the wrist. He is driver for the firm.
While in the batelbent and using
the elevator, his right hand was
caught as the cage began to move.
Itefore he could release It the flesh of
the upper part of the hand was
striied back from the knuckles to
the wrist, and the bones of the arm
broken. The arm was also lacerated
up to the elbow. He was taken to
bis home, and a medical man called.
His sufferings since the accident
have b l'ji very severe and constant.
Yesterday evening he was resting
more comfortably, but was in a weak
Tho Odd Fellows or Hillsboro had
a Joint installation of ollicers of the
two lodges, Monte&uma, No. 60, and
lUiekah Degree lodge, No. 64, last
Tuesday forenoon. Mrs. (Justin, of
Portland, Or. President of the as
eouil.ly, Installed the officers of Be
bekah Degree as follows: N. O.,
Jennie Ueainish; V. O., 8. May
Ureer; H-w., Lucy E. Humphreys;
Treas., Etta Finney; Warden, Jen
nie Ureer; Cond. Julia Morrill; Chap
lain, Enoma Campbell; It. 8. V. O.,
Mary Humphreys; L. 8. N. O., Bet
tie Oreear; II. N. O., Llarie
Wilkee; L. 8.V.O., Lula Mann. The
ollicers installed lor Monteauma
lodge by O. M. Nelson, of McMlon
ville, are: N. O., Frank Kelsay; V.
!., M. . bump; Bee., K. L. MeOor.
nick; Trors., Ca'vin Jack, Jr.; It. B.
N.O., FredO'sen; 1 8. N. O., W.
A. Finney; War., It. H. Greer;
Cond., D. MeOamish; O. O., Js. C.
Lsmkln; I.O., A. Hlgler; A. 8. 8.,
O. N. Hale; L. 8.S., J.T.Young;
Chao., Jo. Mann; It. 8. V. U., D. M.
C. Uaulf; L, 8. V. O., Bichard Ueam
ish. Besides tho members of the
lodges directly Interested and their
families, visitors were present from
every lodge in the county, together
with sojourning brethren. All were
entertain, d at dinner aerved lu the
lodge diuiug room.
J be Corvalli Times contains a
paragraph mentioning tint death of
John Li. Thomas, who was a resident
of liillaboro and well known bere
twenty years ago. That puper,
speaking about bis death and last
slcknees, says. "John L. Thouiss
died shortly before six o'clock, Thurs
day mornirj, January 2d. D.uth
was the end of a long illness thwt be
gan a year or more ago, aud which
(-.nTitinued unintxrruoted from early
last June to the day of hladettth.
The end came with no relative about
the bedside to speak a word of euVe.
tion and comfort. 81111 kind men
and women were often there, and
the sick room could tell a story of hu
man sympathy of which few of
those who hurry to and from busi-
nesa have idea. Nothing is knowns
of the early history of decwrd.
They know that he wps 67 years et
age, but not the date of birth or state
in which it occurred. In the Civil
War he ws In the naval eorviee.
He 'enlisted from Maryland and
served as second s-dstant engineer
the vecsel was a flagship of Admiral
Farragut. Thonips was with the
vessel when she formed a part of the
fleet that foiced open the mouth of
the Mississippi at New Orleans. He
was In her at Vicksburg and many
other points where battle was fierce
and death around." As stated
above, the deceased at one time
lived here. He wps twice wedded
in this county. His first wife was a
daughter of Charles Stewart, and his
second was Miss Soirona South worth,
sister of Preston Bouthworth, now
here. Three children were born
while ho lived with his second wife,
two sons and a daughter. The eld
est, Quy Thomas, is with the Unifc'd
Carriage and Baggage Transfer Com
pany, Portland. His brother, sister
and mother are also in that city.
John Thomas wes addicted to drink
and that is thought to have wrecked
both his matrimonial ventures. Dur
ing a part of the time he liv d in
this county he taught school snd w? s
considered a fairly good t?J2hor. He
worked at bis trade awhile steam
engineer and wm for some months
In Dr. Bailey's drug store. He wps
a versatile genius. The Indepen
dent reporter saw him in Corvallls
a few years ago, where he wrs lead
ing about Ibe same life be did bere.
The Times does not in so many
words say that strong drnk kil'ed
him, but dues say that bo wai
"enemy only to himself."
TUK HiLIIEL'U Olb FIELD.
The Welser. Idaho, Signal reporter
talked recently with our townsman,
Hon. II. V. OaKs, relative to the
development work which his com
pany has undertaken in the Malheur
country. The statement is the first
and only one that has been publish
ed and is reproduced here r 1 taken
from the Signal :
The company is a close corpora
tion, with a paid up capi'id of $20,
000, which the members propose to
expend In an effort to find oil lu
what is kuown as Dry Gulch, a
short distance trom Weiser per
haps 16 or 20 miles. The machinery
.'or the drill weighed GO Ions, and is
the largest outfit north of California,
The erection of a derrick 100 feet
high Is nefifwary, and some live
weeks will be consumed in erecting
It and getting the machinery In
place. Tho drilling machine cost
$6,000 and Is built to go down 5000
feet. It came from Los Angeles,
The company will begin with a hole
14 Inches in diameter, and is pre
pared to go to the !"t inch of tho
6000 feet unlr s oil Is struck sooner.
Mr. Gates says that tho company
has no stock to sell, bat the members
have had expert make thorough in
vestigations and satisfied themselves
that this is the rn it prospect for oil
to be. found my where. Moreover,
Mr. OatM s'atrs that if they strike
oil there it will be found underlying
all the valley surrounding Welser.
The present shipment was made to
Huntington against the advice of
Mr. Qatej, though he bad not been
out to the scene of operations. Since
coming here and going out f the
grounds he has become rationed that
Welser must be their headquarter-)
and base of supplir i. He is of the
opinion that if oil is struck Weiser
will quickly double or treble In por -
ulation, as this section will be the
scene of extensive oil opera" Ions. ,
Twelve men, besides the expert
drill mon, are at work for the com
pany at Dry Dutch. A 40 horse
power steam engine will suprly pow.
er. Ail tnese lacis are eTiuouce um
tho company has strong faith that
oil exists, The surface Indications
are cerUiuly fine Pennsylvania
sandstone, jiypsum, a 2-foot vein of
lignite, mud springs, etc.
Dance at Hillaboro ra House,
Saturday evening, January 18Ui.
Evorybt dy Invl' at, tlcke' 60c.
Hchulmorlch Brothers have the
latest Indoor ma's. Come ana see
Fine farms for sale dirt cheap by
Thoa. Withycombe, Seholls, Oregon.
For potato and oat sacks go to
Fresh oysters at II. A. Palmer's.
Miss Alma Bowman, who has
been in Alaska for the past six
months, writes to ber brother, Ben
ton Buwuian, that she would start
borne on the 8th or 9th Instant.
She may be expected home Monday
or Tuesday next.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Delchman
were in Hillsboro on Tuesday last,
for the day. Mr, Delehuian Is hav
ing trouble with his throat because
Sooner or htf:r he will have to
change his occupation. - -
HherilT rfuwell, on Tuesday last,
turned over to tho treasurer :'M..
This is the ltft turu over till Vtxes
on tho 1D02 roll commence to be col
lettod. The reception of tho money
oualiled Treasurer Crandall to make
another cll for endorsed warrants,
which be does lu an official call
printed in another column.
The W. C. T. U. are unfortunate
in that funds applicable to paying
rent for a reading roots are shy.
The Uniou, therefore, has moved the
rear or Her store, ine magazines
and papers and a part of the books
will be let out to be read at home.
Some of the books, however, were
donated In trust and cannot be al
lowed to go from the room, but the
public may have opportunity to
scan their pages ny visiting ine li
Mrs. P. II. Baughuiuu, who last
wek wps reported suffering with
an attack of pleurisy, took a turn
for the worse on Saturday and died
Sunday afternoon. The deceased
leaves a husband and six children,
the eldest twin about 16 years of
age. . The funeral was conducted by
the Dgreo of Honor, A. O, U. W.,
of which order she was a socfal mem
ber, never having taken out an In
surance policy. The dcceasi-d was
hold in high' t osteeui by her neigh
bors, and in her home she was the
The ladies of the Corvallls Coffee
Club, auxilliary to tho Fire Depart
ment, kept open house on New
J-IILLSBORO CiVTIIOLLC CIIUUCEI
The church was commenced In 1900. In sizj it is 40x101. The audi
tory is 40x80 and Is 80 feet high. The
stage of completion is IG00. It Is
the plastering and painting on tne
painted a pure white. All the lumiier
ington county mills. The door frames
W. House's shop, on Washington
have the church ready for dedication
tractor was delayed because lumber
needed. But the frame was raised, the
on before tho weather becamo too
much had been done, work was suspended till this autouM r," whuiuthe
house was completed, excepting the
year, itie auditory is tne largeet in
than 1000. , - -
Herewith is presented a program
sarved next Sunday, January 12, commencing at 10 :30 a. m; :
Bitting of Building
Solemn High Mass
The music of Mass will lie
Year's Day, says the Gazette of that
place, and are to be congratulated
gpon the number of friends they, as
an organization, have in uorvains.
The reception in their parlors at the
city hall, New Year's afternoon from
3 to G o'clock, to which ail their
friends were invi'ed, was attended
by a large majority of our citizens.
Those who stayed away were no less
friendly than those who attended,
but previous engagement took them
elsewhere. The parlors were artis
tically decorated. Every guest was
Cordially reelved and sumptuously
regaled, while sweet strains of music
delightf J the ear. This was the
first time the club has given a recep
tion to the public, and now the pop-
nlarity of this organization, so lang
established, is more generally un
utv co is i a.
The regular meeting of the city
onuneil wrs held last Tuesday.
I'rf ont, a quorum, Mayor Bailey
On the payment of the tax of (200
and the filing of the required bond,
a license to dispense malt, vinous
and spirituous liquors In quantities
less than one gallon was granted to
0. Blaser for a term of six months.
The county clerk certified to the
council that the value of the assessed
property in the city is (180,213.
An ordinance was introduced and
pi' wed, levying a 10-mill tax upon
the assessed property in the city
limits. This will raise a revenue of
about (1800, allowing a few dollars
for loss by delinquents.
; Wa i runts ou the general fund were
votI to pay tbse claims.
A A Morrill, sewer suivey I 8 00
WP Atkinson, marshal 20 00
II A Palmer, board prisoners . 80
IIT Bagley, recorder fees ...... 9 95
llhoro Pub Co, Mass Meeting
tickets 6 00
Total ....H8 25
The Hillsboro Publishing Co's.
bill for printing election tickets for
IwojiltV pt'ty wrs disallowed.
The claims allowed and paid out
of the Light & Water luu 1 were;
3 A ltoebllngs Sou's Co, sup. f IS XH
O O Wilkes, asit supt 40 0(1
J M FiiM-rwu. laborer... ....... 'Mm
J J Itfctor, an i' i Cooo
W J Benson, l ibor, repairs ... 67 45
Portland Oeu i.UH Co, i! bUU 66 60
Crane Co, jaw s l r vl- -i 75
Chaa Uauid. uiiiuv. 2 bills... 2U &
Total .........I.im 21)
W. P. Atkinson, city marslm!,
presented a petition for an lniTmise
of hia salary from f-0 p-r month to
t:Wl, lUrfurrwd to co;nnitt"". '
O. Q. Wilkes, awsiitant Kuperln
tendent, presenr-d his petition for a
raise of sulury from. $ 10 h t.10 per
mouth. B iferred to tha romniittee
on light and wa'e'r.
The recorder was Instrm,te to
purchase 100 dog tags. ... .
The committee on tire and water
WM charged with inspecting the
cistern at the corner at Main and
Second streets and If found defective
to repair and make safe.
Tho street eommitt" wes instruct
ed to buy 2000 feet lumber and re
pair the Second street roadway and
charge the expense .to the property
a-,4-U,.,.sji,cb rps'.ti ;
Miss Nellie Davis, of Portland, Is
a guest this week at her aunt's, Mrs.
W. L. Davis..-- .... i
' Jesse Uimlall will, within a fort
nltrbt. ifo to Duluth. Wisconsin, to
work lu a photograph gallery.
E. Goodinurphy has ojiened a tar
ber shop on Beh ind street, between
tho Hillsboro hotel and Koch's moat
market. ' He hps a neat place and Is
certain to get patronage.
Dog license for ' l'J02 ate due and
coliectiblo and will become delin
quent Feb, Jet. . All owners of dogs
who do not pay by that time will
receive a visit trom the marshal. -
Mrs. E. B. Haitplngton, ou Tues
day afternoon, was prostrated with
an attack of hemorrhage of the lungs.
The bleeding was alarming for a
time, but it is with great pleasure
that her marked improvement can
bo chronicled. .. ' .
Tho big bell team of Mays Bros,
Glencoe, crested s snnsttlon this
cost of the structure to Its present
estimated that it wi;I require 500 to d
Inside. The outside of the church Is
used in the structure is from Wash
and window sashes are made In L,
street, llillslwro. It was planned to
before Christmas, in i'.H.0( but the con
was not obtainable as promptly as
rustic nulled on and the roof put
Inclement to work... But , when, thai
plastering, which ,! left till another
ine cny auu win acuoiuiu'itinie more
- ;. ;;i
of the dedicatory services Ui be ob-
i Verissirt Cornet Band
..by tho Archbishop
rendered by a special choir!
- - -
week when it was driven through
(own with . bells jingling. The flno
four-horse freight team hp frequent
ly taken largo loads of general mer
chandise from the railroad station
hereto their slrtt in Glgncoo, but the
fine arch of bells over the hamcs of
the leaders is a new attach men t.
Mrs. Susan Brown Morgan install
ed the ofiiceij eH;t Lucinda Hill
Cabin, Native Daughters, for Ihe cur
rent term. They are: Hose Broon
son Davis, Pres.; nie Patterson,
1st Vice-Pres ; Lrr!e Imbrie Five
man, 2d Vice-I'res.; Minnie McCourt
Downs, 3J i Vice-Pres.; Amy Wells
Wheeler, Cnnd.J Etta Garrison Fin
ney," Sec-j I' Drosilla Constable Mc
Lin, Trees., end Biioda -Vickers
Wann, marshal. ;
, . .-
Gen. Ransom Post, G. A. It., and
Gen. Ransom Corps, auxilliary,
Jointly installed , officers lust Satur
day. Past' Grand Commander II.
V. Gates installed the officers of the
Post, to-wlt: , P. U, O.N. Hale; 6.
V. a, Frank Doughty; J. V. C, B.
K. Hainos; Chp.p.. F. Haines; Adj.,
O. C, ZookBurg., B. K. Da Hoy; O.
D., H. L. Locke; O. G.t A. W. Bar
ber. ' The Corps officers were install
ed by Mrs. Harding, secretary of the
Or. Enc., W.' R. C. - They an:
N. J. Haines, Pres.; Jennie Haines,
J. V, Pres.; Sarah Faruham, S. V,
Prea ; Elizabeth CMndull, Sec.; El
sort Magruder, Tree; Susan Brown,
Chap.; Mary Ha sler, I. G.; Mary
Barber, O. G.; May Ore-r, Cond.;
Etta Finney, Asst. Con.; color bear
era, No. 1, Ann Siglr, 2 Mary Hum
phreys, 8 Wann; 4 Maggie
White, At the afternoon session re
marks were made by P. Grsiid Com.
H.V.Gates, Comrade G. N Hale,
Rev. Arthur Rise r, Cupt. R. Crao
dall and Installing Officer Harding
of the Relief Corps.
The Evangelh J chech p-ople
have opened their place of wouhip
to be used as a club room by the
prohibition party. The managers of
the Prohis. wanted the Washington
Street Methodist church, but the
stewards said nay.
COUNTY tVUBT UW. ,
Uattie E. Tyson, epilej tic; order
ed that the patient be confined lu
thessylumat Salem for treatment.
This patient Is the widow of It. H.
Tys-)D, funnel ly living at Middlelon.
Estate Ellen Purttr, deceased. B.
Scholfield, heretofore appoiuted ail
Hiinistrator, declines, wherefore Aus
tin T. Buxton is apjiointcd with
bonds fixed at $24,000, Appraisers,!
II, B, Johnson, J. VY. Hughes and i
J. F. Buxton.
Estate Jerome Porter! Ordered
that Austin T. Buxton he apsiiuted
ot Benj. Scholfield, dei-lined. Bond,
- Estate Margaret Grubbs, deceased.
Citation issued to heirs to answer
F.l. 8, a etition to sell real estate,
Etate Jacob Brugger, deccpsod.
Inventory from Multnomah county
filed; value of property, (2620.60;
total value in both coui ties22,753.8G.
Administrator will sell persona)
profwrtyf private saieV'" ' "
Estate Fannie T. Neep, deceased.
Will of deceased proven In open
eourt and the estate was admitted to
probate; Executor John Neep to
serve without bonds. Appraipers W.
D. Smith, II. T. Bagley and J. B.
Estate Sarah Patterson, deceased.
Administratrix sale of realty con
firmed. Estate Ellen Groner, deceased.
Petition o set will asidu dismissed
on motion of the attorney for peti
tioners. E-late Ellxals tn Ritchey, deceas
ed. Final account filed and Mon
day, Feb, 10, set for examination.
M AKIUAGK LICENSE.
License to wed were Issued, Jan.
7, to John T. Croeni, 27, and Lyda
L. Rufenacht, 19; Dec. 30. to Roliert
B. Graham, 20, and Josephine Dietz,
20. ' ..
ftoht Burch et ux to Fran :ls
M Campbell ItiO a see 10 t 3
n r 6 w I
Mary J Austin to J Koch 67 a
W m Brown d I c...
W M Walrus to W Skaggs 10
a Sim mens d 1
Irene Cad well to J W Tugua
pt blK 2 Forest Grove
R W Crane to T Benards If s 2 '
and 8 Firwood farm......;...
Irene Cad well to Mary R Mill.
er pt blk 2 Foreet Grove..... .
S E Smith to E P Hughes n i
Its 10 and 11 Simmon's add
to Hillsboro 400
Theo Benards to A Hermens
- 34.90 asec28tlnr3 w...... 2400
Fred Rood admr to Cora M 1 ;
McGinnia Us o and 8 blk 27
Fred Rood admr to Frank M
McGinniS pt it 8 bik 27 Cor
nelius,.... Marlon Oeorg to L L Davi
son 40 a six; 30 t 2 a r 1 w
C phfts Eisenhauer to N J C
ChristiHnsou xoo a a uurris
d 1c -
It A Cb:rk to E C Fitch 1 J a
lot 65 Cornelius Euvirons...
The Oregon Farmers (Ajiign w, the
lurgi it farmers fwajiation lu the
slat comes to Hillstioro nett year.
There Is a cse of diphtheria in
Mr. Peterson's fandly, living on the
corner just east of the grandstand of
la the action for damages brought
by E. Goodmurphy against Frank
Barker, a non-suit was allowed on
motion of the defendant. ,,, .
A little accident to the locomotive
of the Corvallls mail train yesterday
delayed In northern run over an
hour. The evening passengers pass
ed at Carlton, In Yamhill county,
Instead of the Summit, in Multno
mah county. ' '
The following December claim?
P.loyd & S'g'er, lumber, roada and
I b; irises..-.- f5 80
I C Suiock, nnilf for roadu , j 20
Redmond & Ssppington, livery
hire 3 f
J C Keyno'ds, powder for roadi. ., 300
Couelman Bro iuninr roacn. . . 5 jn
Hearer Creek Lbr Mil's, 11T roU 8 25
W F Hollroberk. lbr roas. ...... 2880
Jat ( hutcbill, bounty wildcat 1 00
C V bitmore, Dooniy wnucai mnu
coyotes 10 00
G!t & Frudhomm, rejiUration ,
. supplies 91
Indieut.T H Ho1comb;STL)ik-
i Uter,n;J B Hawkins, fie.&oj '
M li Hotchkiis, fi.fio; A Siller,,,.
.; W D Wrod. f6; J C Latt'Vin,
J P Tamietie, IJ9; Dlu
Druir Store, ti 140 "3 4
R II Greer, lam pi eourt house. v. , 6 00
C R Eradley. cr paupers ..146 25
Lowenbbrg-Uoirg Co, range poor
farm, etc.: 44
J J Wik, repair poor farm 3 35
M v; Case, Mcriargre case v
II A Tall, fal aupt 66 jS
John M Wall, ally McIIargne case 52 50
Ulaas & Pmdhomrae, ata I 7$
O H Wilro-T,afesiirandcol.... 75 00
Round Monntain Mill Co, irr 14 00
Delta Drug Store, supplies poor etc 6 9ft
A M CoIHua. ianitrr etc 3 00
R L Wann, recorder etc dep 1 19 5
R Craoda'l, tresa, tla etc 5' 00
J W Sewel I. ah ft dep etc o2 50
A B laiy to, auppnea mil
Smith 4 00
Reeves Eros, aupplics A Morgan. . 3 00
L A Rcxd, sal judge etc 59 05
Schulmerich Bros, supplies roads
and poor 1 3
W J Gregg, roadf and bridgea.... 27 75
Hillsboro I'ub Co, ata etc 63 80
Argua, printing 6 00
Hillaboro City, water and I'gbt... 2l 20
John M Brown, supplies poor.... 11 70
G A Morgan, clerk and dep etc. ..2os ho
LC Walker, aurveving ata c:c.... 14 10
I) R Reaaoner, bridgia etc 36 5
L W Houae.c h and J I 5
R B Tonene. atat cates 14 o
JQ A Young, coinmiasioner's sal., in 00
B J Ward " I' on
For . Short
. . ..
My prices Iiaw always bx-tii as""luv as' roitlaud
' ' prices, but until Febru.irylst I will oflct any article' ' '
in my store at pricej that tjsnn tie dupycatcd '.ia r., .
.. tle state , . , ., ,. i ' : ... ...-w,.-......
WATCHES TAKE A DROP
. WalthaiB- nml Elin gents1 watches $4.50 up.' '
44umiv.-i miiu ' UU1141111 nan nv-.i 114 t f fw. vtv&
filled cases, . rtgnlar price iaiso'uow' only "9.15! . , E
r CcntV Kljjin or. Waltham watchc in 1,4 Jc gold '..n,'. ' N
.filled case, regular priue 1 16.00, now only $ 1940. ; '' '
ALL ARTICLES REDUCED t
1 Kvery article in my stock
S ' tion. I give you Hie best
. . pt Vortlatul to select trout.
' plated ware'., -A lull full' litie 'of the ..'celebrated, ,,'(,
' , .Kogers tableware,, . Silver novelties, jn, .endless prO't. 1 1 1
fusion. Kvery article in my 1 store at the same . if '
reihiction, nothing reserved. 1 J -i : ' '"' v"'" ''
Our immense spring anl summer stock is 011 the . road.'and
- ! must have' moni sliclf. room, . Ve are 'linHng: ft' Grind '
.'Clearance Sale dUrirVg tliisr)ionth in order to get space',' J (
Giving- Goods . rAway!'V.tt'ne!.V..7j;.:
.... , , i .1 . ' i,i i it '.'"i ..hi-it ,..ll ,n.i"l -i -i.'S i""1'-'
Is tlie way people t; who come; toi our store, tQ lade lWb..
are not giving goods away,, birti. are selling; nt kss'tlinn ,
1. .. Portland prices'.' . yu ;t" ! 10J Ju .!. . t'ui.i.- 1m u. mii .i-
. , Wlmt wc.eay .iye axere.ly t6 pjitfirjo riVM are,! invited k.toi"
.,'call and: get price.;! Jioi trouble, iq :filiQw goolsl l Ona a
." enstomer; nlwnys A-CnjitonieYt i 'i X"' oiaci Iw vhiii .J iui .11.
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U. i I .i .( x.!'"' liu;Jl (!'! n , ttll i lu'.l'll Kilt 'V'
ill u -i.i'Hivi ,'n. '
11 ...J 1. 11. J .ton nur
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... '1, 1 1. limit
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T)Y VlimTIi OF AN . K.WIUIOK,
J lWree'aiid OnM ofSnt.f. saiii-t but
(if the t'lrcuitlXiurt of thiBUti of tvii!ii
fur W.anliiiiKtou. .(!nui)ly, iii fc(.vnr )!',
W. UlllTt'll iinu uKaumi r vv , I'.
lir.ulfonT, Kllno Hr.Kllnrd'itiiff lA Ator Briid
font fort lie mini of il cohIh. amlUiu tur,
thor aiim of $3.'.C J II. 8. U"M riii( witb
inlvrcat then-on at llio raW of fl-pe? crtit
iiur ti n uiuii fruiu. tlm 2i. lu.vt "I'i tti'im er.
ml, and tlie tnrtlier (mm ot '.J7,i.!Z , v,-;tli,
liitcreut thi'ri'Oil irt (lie ruto'Wln" r clmiI
Iier annum Irom tho2Ht'i iluy of Hcjitomlier
Ut)l nml lur the cosiit ni QX'nK of aiilu
ami of -iid rlt. "
. I'uur. tliMTfiTp: liv virto ahd" Hi ticnni-
aiiw f i.-iiil judtf nont, itet-rov uil rtrtutpf
Unto. I will, 011 .Muii'Vy the 27ih u iv of
J.inuHi-y l'jlii nt the nouth' Hikit tiTthf
L'uUr.t llouw in--llill.'lroi MOiahiiiKtnn
ounty. Oregon, nt tho hour of. l' o'viuck
Williintto Meridinrr and parf'i'f
11. MoUnd Jr' L). U U;. I Mill to nil up
and rHHK "lot'cribnj ua fulloua:' lii'iriu
tun at a point on thu 8 Ii lino ol mitt 111.
(', tlinUnt ,ti " K ll. ihe.i roiu -tho
fuarU'r wcti'Ui corner oil tin' h liive of hwiiI
aeotion H, b iid bcRinninir )mi(t h("iii iuho
the lriiimni poiivt of n trm-l 4tMid
mil perrjn Mlci phia bjr T, ti. Jliiin'lircy
ami wif'1, Ortolwr 1. 11,4; running Ukiii"!
N 4W B irt cha to a aliika; ihinio N, 4 ' W
Wdn. to ntiiktt; thi'Ona .N 4,y K!l.Hth
te a stake;, thence N ii, W H K, flu) U u
atnko: thenee B 4.r. VV ll.vi ths Inurrt or'
k"MM, to a atone: tliencn HUH US I. Ii 17 rha.'
h the pl ire ot DKRinninjr contuiuiii; .
acres, all nitimte wniiiii - Vn.-.lnn;t.m
(iountv. to aatinfy th liereinbelbre ' linn
aiima. anil for the ronta .and exiiCijMVi. tl
llill 4 llu. r . -
HnM property will be aold aiihjiwt 'W M
demntion aa pr atutnte of . insiin.
Witnesa my hand thiil 'Ith l iv of !oc.
tliOI. J. W. HKWKLI,,
HherifT Of Wnphington, Uoimtv, Orogon.
W. N, 11ahtt, liy W. J. Wai.i,
Attorney for riolntlir. 3L'-:il leputy.
II pflrsons knowlnfr thi'niHclvpM
indcliloil to t ho uinliTHit e,l aru ri
quintt'd to fimW.3 wtllHinpnt.
8. T. LlSKI.ATKIt.
a. In., of Mid ilny, wll nt pulilM iitltliitl toJ"'". " reiiiuimier In 1 y.rTToiii
llic hirhenl hidiler tor aulw uhu follo'lii?5.f ! ,,'r'l py" tKulf 'l
i. iht real prof rty, to-wit : !: u1, A. co,,t, irt.Wsreitt wi'l. I i;ecuri . bjr
,.i..o Trt nl Kftioii XT 1 Si; ? 'W7n'ortr;!iBMi'leeneHViold, All nuyniAntu
eminent Report shows
Royal Baking Powder to
he stronger, purer and
better than any other.
tTim - Ohly
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at1 tlie same ereat redue'-" "' ' '"
stock lu 'my line' .West j'.
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, ,' HOYT, Tho Jewler;
, H fit I Ji'il.l :l r. ill J.'.l I i"l , l.
ITo Baitsl ' '
I' ; ! r.iA ..ul 'io :
i,r. .loii or 1
1 11. 11 kul I'.no iiin:..i'i J ce.
I .. ,.,,. rl ilV.v J,-..iiu ikiv ;dJiiilio
1 ,i,.i V i.
jy iiiui iiinii itiuiin
; ,ip l i'Koi'Knirr'V.' "'
; vj qt,iqic .tsili!njfjyi Vm vk'k tu a o
XV 111 piirhiiiiiii-uo(un onforof tlmC'ouiIty
i ui of thimtintMrt Oh'iiih'. fot-' Wnahlii-'
loijmHi'itiy; V'ron, juudu uiwl 'entered on'
p'-'y -7,.t.s.ii, auUHiririugami riinrtimr Uu'
lulfMnitTnlrr with tlm srll Anhexol ,of
tUoialtutu jCaiiu:I CdbiiHti'iY dicvwi.'
fil, lu m il, ut pi iT.itc .ilo. ccru.ii rml fft.
tuti! hrliijiirinj; (u the yBtiitc of niiiil iImu
(i: Ihe auilurlUKiif.li(iliiviiiit,triifoi,ninft.rr
:iiil, wHI..m tuiijftua Juhuaryl tlOi.'
proceed I 1 ncrl, nt oi ivnte utile tfii. ful 01T-,
liiK ilcucrilied tructM of real cr-t ilc, trt-wlt'f
I-yi9ri iJ rH-4ii;Io,AS n IiIiikUiii douul'y,
Oregon, Hinj prirticnln'ly HcMcrihed a
HK the N V 4 of motion ti 2 11 r 2 w,'
Williiiiie.ltii WeriilLnu, enhaiiiii)t l)lcreii.
i Tcrmn of tialat UlUiIrd f pMr.-hw
lri-u, c1u.11 111 iiunii, oiie-iiuru iniyiinni til 1
ft:hutitriitt, nLt Untlk, U11I tn " ' "ilJ
JntciJ nt JlllMi.To. .Ofuiuii,, ltua ,)i;tu,r
nu( fi'i.i j.i oil JUVC'tlRHW'11'"
i ,'lnnnistrntor ilJi ,tbi; vill.niiii'ird 'tfn
' the ctMo. M ffiiVuuM C. rliilcr, iWrciKfl.T
Ui'iiton lliiwiiinii, H1!H ' A
ii. Atty for.'iyiillWafelr,:
' i:iii !j itv'irj) n nl Oil tmm -'
! Wlrtl'nVontioJ''fli'i; Ipvf'rl ' "
1 ,h0?tstlitn rtrx.itoa.i
. ,1 n IVoainber VI, J'Hit, , , ,
f OTTrflTS IWlKnYVniVKS ,TH r,
i'"ll tli. nltnwiiiK-ii.HiWI mrttli'r hill Med '
jioticBofliia Inlention lii ikt luiill.ptoof if
ill ruio.urb 01 inn c-iiiiiii jtuu 'llill naill proof
will lie niiule brfura tile f'Ortt.ty CleVk of,''
Vn.liiii;lon County nt KluVbijni.lOrtiiii,.!
on l-'cbruury 7, l!rj viz: ,, . ,.l .,, r
I'liAiti.KB a. i!iiVMAi;'li'!: ' 'J
If. K, 1271 1 for the H B ol 800 :T T 9tCr
M W. ,hii'.n ul Vii
lie names the following. witunrnen to ,
prove hia con tin noun rchiilclicfe, 11I11111 mid
cultivation of aniii land, vin:ii'... J In I 1
Iuiils I'. Ileiilcl, of QleimiMd,fOii;onio
Itertlin Jlfi.h l. or " ,' r
HI ward II. I'olnmn, of " " " '
(Jaleh T, lloweu, of "mr '
CHAh, . MOOIU. ,,11
a-.i7 ' . rteinUir.
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