HILL330R0 INDEPENDENT Kntsrad Is the poatoffloaat HUlaaojo, On. aa ound-eiaas ibmU uiiw. Sakwdpttoa, la ad nam, per jraar, $U)0 H1LL8UOEO tCBLISUiaO CO. Prop r.af.C.QACLT. Editor. FRIDAY, JANUARY, 17, 1802. HATIOS." Under treaty with Spain we agree to give her ships, fur ten yean, the Bamo privileges our own have. If Spain be allowed free trade with the Inlands all the commercial nation of Europe may claim it under 'the moot favored nation' provision of our treatiea with them." The Corvallia Gazette, that voices the above, does not got the right idea of the Hpanlnti treaty. The trenty was not commercial, and hence no articlo can be conn trued as a "fa vored nation" clause. When Span lab. ships were given the same rights as American. It was a part ot the purchase price by which the Philip pines passed to us, and in no way ef fects trade relations with other na tions. Thus we might have free trado with the Philippines, which would give the same advantage to Spain, yet Japan, or China or (Jer many could not auk lor the same privilege. Spain was not any more made a "favored nation" by giving her ships the same rights in the Philippines with American ships, than when we paid the (20,000,000 cash in that same transaction. TONGUE OS THE TlBltt'. At a conference between President Roosevelt and the Oregon congres sional delegation Congressman Thos. II. Tongue suggested thete thoughts for the consideration of the adminis tration relative to the Philippine tar iff. In considering the poll ;y of re ducing the tajlff schedule as Senator Mitchell in the senate is advocating, the president said he wanted to ad here as much as possible to ths "open door" policy in the Philippines, In order to maintalo that policy in other Asiatic countries. Mr. Tongue said: "Considering, for a moment, that the policy should be maintained, why should we not lower the duties on cereals, flour, the various food products manufactured from wheat and oats, meats, dairy products, lum ber and such articles which would be shipped mainly from tho Pacific Coast In the trade In which we can compete with all the rest of the world? In other words why not en courage the use of such food products as we can furnish In great abundance by lowering the duty and cheapen log the article, even if we do have to lower the duty on such goods coming from other nations. That is, to low er the duty upon those goods upon which we are quite certain we can withstand the competition from any other nation." The president replied: "That Is a very valuable sucgeetion. It did not occur to me. It is certainly worth considering, and I certainly shall give it careful consideration." I'OSFOBHITIOS OF BEEF 1UIBY CATTLE. Under date of January 6th, the U. 8. Department of Agriculture isdues the following circular descriptive of a bulletin that should be widely cir culated and read : The selection of cattle best suited for their intended use is of great iin portanco to feeders and dairymen; and it is oven more important to breeders ot either beef or dairy cattle. For the purpose of present ing in a simple and graphic way somo imformation concerning the difference between good and inferior animals and the extent to which cer tain desirable qualities effect their value for beef and dairy utility, the United States. Department of Agri culture baa had prepared and will soon issue Farmers' Bulletin No. 113 entitled Conformation of Reef and Dairy Cattle. It was prepared by Andrew M. Soule, Professor of Agri culture, and Vice Director of the Tennessee Agricultural Experiment Station. The author has endeavored to define as nearly as possible the Ideals that should be kept In view In pursuing the business and to polut out as far aa possible the relation of these standards to the economic side of animal Industries, By diagrams, descriptions and suitable illustrations he has given the information neces. srry to enable the stock feeder, the breeder, the farmer or the dairyman to become a competent Judge of cat tle by sight and touch. Reef and dairy cattle are consid ered together because stronger con trasts can be drawn and differences can be shown more clearly. The bulletin is for free distribution and will be sent to any address on application to senators, representa tives and delegates to congress, or to the secretary of agriculture, Wash ington, D. C ASTOKirS HEW riCTUCEM. Ths Kaleidoscope has been turned at Anuria so that The News see this beautiful picture of what soon is to be: A rift appears iu the clouds that have so ioDg bung over Astoria's horizon. The spirit of progress bus suddenly stm.k the city. It is due to the imitative of the Smith Puiot owners. Free factory sites mean every-J thing for this city. A little push and Judgment win se cure the best business enterprises at this point by reason of Smith's Point. The switch will secure the sites. It Is an ideal location for faetorief. Only six miles from the high seas, In protected harbor, with fresh water for Its shipping, It is without an equal In the west. Everett boasts of its free sites. They are 150 miles from the high seas. They are in salt water. They can only be reached from the interior by a heavy mountain grade.' The free factory sites at Smith's Point are on the only water level grade in the west, from the summit of the Rockies, They are the culmi nation of the wati ralied of the great est river in the west; the second in the nation and the third In the World. A special published In the OloU Democrat, dated Chicago, Jan. 7tb, states that at the big dispersion sale of Hereford cattle hero today Perfec tion, a bull owned by Thos. Clark of Beechcr, 111., sold to Gilbert II Iloxle, of Chicago, for the record price of t'JOOC. This Is the highest figure ever puid for a bull lu this country, ond stands next to the sale of Lord Wilson, in England, some years ago for $19,300. Iloxle Is the son of the late John R. Iloxle, the railroad magnate, and Is a million aire. His hobby is lino cattle, He owns a highly Improved stock yard at Thornton, 111., and a big ranch near Taylor, Tex. Pulma, a distinguished Cuban ps triot. has been elected president of the New Republic. He takes ofllce in March, and will be the executive to organize the government of the new nation. Thus the Cuban dream of Independence that for years has been only a misty idea and an uo certain hope, is within a few weeks to be realized. Uncle Sam will bring his civil officers and his soldiers home, and the Cubans will be at home without company. Can they In that sacred privacy develop the moral fibre necessary for self-gov era men 1? The democrats of tho country are not quite harmonious. Tho eastern men of the party stand for gold while thetr western namesakes are yet dallying with silver. The west erners don't realize what hurt them In 181)6 and 1900. The population of the Philippines is found to be 6,061,330. This is (he American count, and is almost four million less than the Spanish, Tho assessable property of Oregon has been increased by the amount of $24,000,000, as shown by the 1901 assessment rolls. BEAL ESTATE. Emma E Lodge to W Timber 160 a boo 82 t 1 s r G w I Herman Boge to Aug Boge 50 500 a J M Ritchey d 1 c Aug Boge to II Boge 60 a J M Ritchey d I c U T Lumberman et ux to W W Timber Co 160 a sec 24 t 1 s r 6 w.. W C Pufler to R K Warruii 65.08 a sec 7 t 1 s r 4 w and 2500 8500 BOO other lands ; 1000 R K Warren to A L K Warren 65.98 a sec 7 1 1 s r 4 w and other lands . J N Flippen to Geo Llppert 40 a sec 14 t 3 n j 4 w Fred Settgast to L Sedgast 80 a sec 1 1 1 n r 2 w Avery J Porter to Myrtle M Porter 833 a near Forest 200 1000 Grove and other property.... Love Phillip Lesser to Wash Co 40 a section 83 t 1 n r 4 w 800 150 P Meckel to A Roth 3 a J Dick- son d 1 c S P Reeder to J Nice 43.58. sec 2 1 1 n r 4 w 653 J M Wall to W Vanderven It 10 blk 1 Henry's add to Cor nelius 125 T II Tooeuo to J Vanderven Its 30, 31. 32, 83 Cornelius Environ .. 1100 W C Johnson and A Kiiubel to A and K Wik 10 a 1 1 s r 1 w 1000 Oa lou Seed Ksr Sale. The well known pure Oregon Yellow Danvor Onion S'fd rained by Jos. Bsohman on the ClackamsH, for sale in qunnltlcs to suit. ' Addres, Jos. Bach. man, ftono P, O. 88 37 Clscksmas County. Esuatala Pen Brduced. I have the the isrgent and most complete stock of Fountain Pens in the city. Any of the leading makes at greatly reduced prices. Regular Lincoln 11.60 14 k pens at $1.20. All other grades and makes at same reduced rate Call and see thorn before buying. HOYT, The Jeweler. f rfn :V-r.-' A Medicine for Old People. Kcv. Geo. Gay, Greenwich. Ku, Is past yean of ape, yet he ysi "I am enjoying excellent health tor a man of my age. Que entirely to the rejuven ating influences of Lr'MiUV Nervine, it brings sleep and test wnta nothing else will, and gives strength and vital ity eveo to one ot my old ace." "I am an old soldier," writes Mr. Geo. Watson, of Newton, 11-, "and 1 have been a great sulferer fmm nervousness, vertigo.and spinal trouble. Have spent considerable money tor medicine and doctors, liut with little benefit. I was so had mv mind showed stern of weak n-ss. I Irhu ukinc Ir. MiW Nervine, and I know it saved mv hie." Dr. Nervine Saved me from the Insane asy lum," Mr. A. M. lleifner, of Jerico Springs, Mo, writes. "I was so nerv ous that I could scarcely control my self, could not sleep nor rest, would even forget the names of my own children at times. 1 commenced using Ir. Miles' Nervine and it hcljied nie from the first, and now I am perfectly well." Sold by all Druggists on Querents. Or. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. frrtii.yv , Ferry's S3 1 Heeds li!:ll,' V y - r . crow make nioro cu- V tomcrs o Liu-h year (f crii and ciifltti'iifih l.fr.o irrotria gririT. i u.t'i; tf.a rwrot ui tit." I'u;ry f unc. kind. IvjIu hy ui .li'M-tri. ' j '.in '. .Vit Annual t Ui.-iS C. 9U. Frr-y tk. Ou, ilEI "I have naed your valuable CASCA ItfCTS mid nml Ihcru ptirfi-et. Couldn't do without thetn. 1 havo used them for some ttmo for Indigestion r. nd blllousnctu; and am now com- Blotely curyd. Recommend them, to every one. nca tried, you will never be without them In the family." El)W. A- Maux, A10u.y, N. Y. Ooad, Maver Sicken. Weaken, or Orliw. Mlc. Ibc, Uo. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. Hrth Urmtij Qmr. CM.r. IMml, b. IM, Stt KQTQ.BAC Sold nd inirant!ii by sliding- Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains all of the digestants and digests all kinds of rood, it gives instant, reiier and never falls to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The mostsensitiv tomachs can take it. Hy Its use many thousands of dyspeptics nave Deea Cured after everything elso failed. It prevents rormation or gas on tne atom acn, relieving an aimmns alter eating. Dieting unnecessary, l'lcasant to takav It can't beta but co you aooa Sjparoaoniyry fit'. imwircAra.uclraflt V.Tien the wall is out of dumb the building is more or leu unsafe, and the mutter the wall is earned out of th-; oer- peudiculur the greater the danger of col- apse. It a ulxut so with the health ; it out of plumb when the diuestloo la there is dull 'a slut7(jish fecliutf, Willi norvousncss. irritaliiltitv A n A sleenleasnesa. h v e r y day that these symptoms are neglected in creases the liabil ity to physical collnpae. Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery enrea discaies of the stomach and oilier organs of diges tion and nutrition. ft purities- the blood and cure nervotv. ncsa, irritability and sleepli-twnesa by curing the diseases in which they originate. Pnr Ihree years I stiflfrreri nntnM sironv 9 writes M-m. H. K White, ol Ktmiittrail. sl.-.n.tM.l Co.. U'lc " I wtMild hnvr fells of trenibliTiK snd hciliff . k nt my .hjnmcn. tmin in rijht sitle II th lim : 1'n-n It w,l,! work ut into mv t.miA-h An.l ffin k ii5lrr it is ImDoMible to .cril. I wrote to th World1! ft.nettMrv M-.i-4r.il wnalt(n. fttntlnff my caw to them. id they very rmmiMiv nnawerrd nod told fhnt to do I t.k ,nht luttlcs of Ir. fieri' Men Mediinl Ihwn Bud Hn rinla of Pi l ierr.- l'lr-ai t IMUtu Thanks to Iw H" "d hi. medicine I am well woman lsv I)r I'uivc'. nifllctlKfl aliw cured mv mother of liver craptatnt from whkh she has hem n huiTi r.r for littei n yt-ars We hihly recommeud thee medteiues to all suffcrm peook. " The People's Common Sense Metlical Adviser, a book containing Itvi8 rmim is given away. S'nl 1 1 one-cent suimps for expense of mailing only, lor the book in paper cxn-ers, or ?t atamcs for the volume bound in cloth AilJres Df. R. V. l itre, Buffalo. N. Y. C3 aI. fi T" O TX I aSX. . Eifaataj Yyk candy If jr CATHARTIC j TaMsjTtns 1' Jtt CITATION IS THE CUtCUIT foUUT OK 1'UE 8tntn of Oregon for WaahluKtoii tounty. In the matter of of the estate ofi MAUUAHK'lUiwLliUS UeeeuaeU, 1 To Harry W. Uruoba.Weataana M'ruro Win. Victor!' rulhs, Lottie Orut-ba, Juhu M. Urubba. Theodore Lentiir drublw, I lii lotte J. irwin. lwia li. tjrubbs. and Lvita K. Kednian and to all vrao!i i'lternateJ i said estate, nieetini:; In Hi nuiu of th btate of Ory-ii; You ar hereby eiuid and re quired ii- Crar in th I'ounty Court of ike 6taW ot rea-on. for th county of Waohington, at th Court room thereof, at HilUbor... iu th county of Waahiuatou,on Mon Uy the Srd dar of February, IMtM. at fOo'cloi.k. in In lorttuoou'oi'i'ua't uy . iiu' U. Ui show cause, if any you have, mhy an order ol said court should not be mude auth orizing au'l directing K. W. Haiuea. a 1 niinistrutor ol said estate, to sell al public sale, the folloinT descrilwd ri'ul emate belonginir to said estate. Ulock.to. in the city of Forest urove, Washington county Oregon, aa prayed for in the petition of said administrator now on tile herein. Witness, the Hon. U A. HOOD. Ju.lg of theeounty court ol" the rUate of Oregon, lor the county of Washington, with the seal of said etiurt athsed this 2nd day of January, I'M-!. UKO. W. MOKCAN, Clark. J. W. MOKOAK, Ueputy. 33 BS AI.ni.MHTBATOItS XOTU i: Notice is hereby given that the unJcr signed has been duly appointwi by the County Court of the Hate of Oregon, for 7ruhii!glua County, tfJt.iliiLtrator'Sf t! estate of t'hrU Htoller, deceaal, by the county court of Washington county Oregon, therefore all persons Laving ulu.nis against sa'd oatat am hereby requeoted and re(tlired to present them to the under signed duly verified at the ollloi of the county clerk at Hilinboro Oregon, within six niuntbs from this date. GEOlUiE HCWAKZ. Administrator of the eatati of Chri Stoller, deceased. Wm. I. FKNTON, atty for estate. Dated January II, JSttt. 8 37 Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are soli on a positive guarantee, cures nean-nur raising ot th food, distress after eating oi any form ot dyspepsia. One little tubli rive inunediat relief. 25 cu, and 60 ot i'li Delta Drag Btore. l'srtland Markets. Wheat Walla Walla, nominal 5u Acio; bliHutem, 6oc; valloy, Nl. Honr best grades, .b6i!fdoU per barrel ; graham, fZ.bO. Oats Ulil.yOtitil per cental. Barley Feed, $15(j16.fxi; brewing f lb.UU per ton. Mills-tufts Bran, $15(417; middlings, IltK'iiL'U; shorts, 116'" 1' ; tlioii, fib. Hay Timothy, til 0(13; clover, $7(ji fU.uO; Oregon wild hay, f.v.iti i er ton But'er Fancy creamery, 25(";27Jc dairy, 18(o'J0c; store, I3i(rirx per pound Kggg Storage 20c ; fresh 28V? IV. Cheese Full cream twins. l'Uci Young American, 13Jc(U r8 tier itounJ roultry C'hickons, mixeif, $2.00c! 3.00 : hen, $3.00(An 60 : diesKeil. 10(i 11c per pound ; springs, f2.0O( 3.50 por dozen ; ducka, f.i for old ; $J.0UM4.0() for voting : geese, so at v.l ier dozon turkeys, live. lOitflle; tlreiel, 10( i.'c tier pound. Aluttou Lambs, 3'-'c, gross; dressed 6(98St'c per pound; shetp, $3.25, gross dreswe.', 6c tier pound. Hogs uross, heavy, S'iwo.'io; light 4.7o(s5; dressed, 7(7,Sie per pound Veal buintl, bcUc; large, 7(S7;-2 per pound. Becl Gross tor steers. $3-50(34.00 cows and heiiors, f3.00Ca3.b0; dressed beef, 64 at 0io per pound. . Hops 104 at life per ponnd. Wool Vallev. 11 at 13ic: Kastern Oregon, 8 at l-c; mohair, 20 at 21c pur ponmi. Potatoes f .83 (,( .oa per sack. Onions $1,23 cwt. BRIOHT'S DISEASE. me lurgesl snm ever paid tor a pre scription, changed hands in 8an Fran cisco, Aug. so, Vjvi. The translor in volved in coin and stock $112,500.00 and was paid by a party of business men (or a specific for Brlght's Disease an 1 Dia betes, hitherto Incurable diseases. They commenced the serious investi gation of the specific Nov. 15, liKX). They interviewed scores of the cared and tried it out on its merits by putting over three dozen cases on the treatment and watching them. They also got pliybi clans to name chronic, incurable cases, and administered it with the physicians (or judges. Up to Aug. 25, eighty-seven er cent of the t-t cases were cither well or progressing favorably. There being but thirteen per cent ot failures, the parties were satisfied and closed the transaction, the proceedings of the investigating committee and the clinical reports of the test cases were pub lished and will be mailed free on applica tion. Address Johk J. Fui.toh Com pany, 420 Montgomery St. ban Francisco, Cal. KOTICE rOK I'l ItHCATIOA Irfpitrf uient of Interior. Ls no Orncs at Oreoon Citt, Oki. Decebnier 21, lflOl. NOTICE 18 HEUEBY GIVEN THAT the following-named settler has tile.i notice of his intention to make rinal proof in support oi nis claim, ana mat sum proof will be made before County Clerk of Washington County at Hillsboro, Ore gon, on rebruury 7iii, iuiu, vis: LOUIS P. HKIDEL. II. K. mi forth E W X of feo. 35, T S i K n w. He name the following witnesses to prove bis continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis: Chare A. Cavell, of Fir, Or Herlha Heidel. of Olenwood. ' Edward H, Colraan, of Forest Orove, Cabet T. Boweu, of Portland, " CUAS. MOOKK, 32-37 RegUter. Notice ot Flnisl Settlement. Notice is hereby given that I' the under signed. Executor of th eatat of M. 1'. bmith, have hied in the Connry Court or the Htate of Oregon, for Washington t ountr mv final uccount as executor of aid estate and that said Lourt has set Mon day, February 17th, l'.02. at IU o'clock a m. oi said day a tn lime and th County lourt room as lb place for hear ing objections to said rinal account and the settlement of the same. Dated Jan. 1. UV2. JOHN W. Till A ED. Executor of th Estate of M V. rlmilh. deceased. avjo The LuuisviUe Courier Journal that la 1896 and afterwards stood for sound currency sod expansion has won out. The IctfiHlature lt wrck elected a gold democrat for U. S. TIiiiIm r lttit(i. Art Jane S, IS7H NOTH'K rott I'l HLICATIOM Uirtu Smju Lakd O.'l'i 't, Ou'." C:tT, Oaa.. Dc. lb, IS'1. NOriCC 19 HKKKBY (JIVES THAT iu co.npiiniii' ith the provisions of th i.i Coogreu of June a, W. sntitled a ii A-l Lt ih.c a:.V of 'iinber l.mds ill th Wales of I al fornia. Oregon. Nevada and WnariiiiKton It-rritory,', as eitended to all th l uliiii. lud tilatns by act ol Auguat . Julio C. Hurke.ot' Molulla. county of la'-kuiiitia, Male of Oregon- '' tout day Mid in .In- oilioe his aorn slateineut No. .V.od, for lue purchaae 1 1 Lots 'A and 4 of c) ction o. 1 i" 'lownship No. 2 Korth, Kuiu-e No. 4 West, and will otTer proof to snow that the html sought is Dior valuubi c... . ..,:,',-, or stone than for .'urriculturul purpose, and to eetablun hm-.'laiiii tu'wuu land brlore ttie Udister and Keceiver of tins oitlee at Oregon 1 11 y ou Monday, th . . tli tiav ul M.itU. IWL He Iiauiet- as w 1 1 n tit, x Kotitrt L(uilen, of fortland, Or, Kdward lluike. ol " " iioba. t iilairne, of " . " Lewis C. 'I hoiupauu, of " " Any and all perMMis claiming silvers?ly the nlHive-deacribed lands are reuueeUxl to Hie their claims in this ofllce on or before iaid:10th day of March h'r. tUA8. B. MOOUES, 31-40 Register KOTICK f'OIt ri'IH.ICATIOX Ippartment n( the Interior, Land Orrtca at Our.ooN City, Oikuon. December 21. l'JOL N-cmz-.s ji::itEr-Y civrs that the lollowing-Mniiietl si'ttler has tiled :iuticu ul his intention to make final Drool in support of his elaitu. and that said proof will be maiti! before me 'uniy Ulcra cu Washington eomity at Hillsboro, Ore., on February 7, I!Kfci, vis: BEUTliA HKIDEL, II. K, No. 12.S46. for the 8 U of X K H See. H4 At S W X S W, B W (; N W Sec, . I' 3 X It 6 W. lie names the i".'lowing witneMsea to prove his continuous residence uixn and cultivation of said land viz: Charles A,. Cavell of Ht, Ore. Louis i'. Hti lid of Ole:iwood, " Kdward II, Coleman, of Forest Orove. " Cahol 1. UoAen, ol I'orlland " CHA8, 11. JIOOKEH, 8!f-i7 Register. PGRTUKO'ASTQRIt Route. Sir. "BAILEY GAHERT" Daily Round Trips except Sunday TIME CARD 1-cave Portland 7 a. m. Leave Astoria 7 p. in THE DALLES PORT- LAND ROUTE STR "TAHOMA" iletncen 1'ortlnutl, The Way Ilnt. Dulles and TIME CARD Leave Toitland Tues.,Thurs.,8at. 7 a. in. Arrive The Dalles, same day. . . ...5 p. m. Leave " Sun., Ved.,Kri 7 a. m. Arrive Tcrtland, same day 4 p. in. SFThis Koule has the Grandetrt scenic Attractions on F.arlh. MEALS THE VERY BEST Landing and Oflio: Foot Aldor Street. Ilolli I'houen, Main 051 POKTLAM), OREGON. JOHN M.HLL0O.N, agt The Dnllo A. J.TAV10IJ, agt Astoria. J. U. WV1TT, agt Vancouver, WOLFORU & YtlEKS, agla White Salmon. l lUTIILK & ItAK.VEM, agU Hood Kiver. E. W. tliltllTOJI, agt Portland How TliisI We offer One Hundred Hollars Iieward W n- e of Caturih that cannot be enred by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. T. CH K.N EY .t CO.. Props.. Toledo. O. We, the uudcrxitrned. have known V. J. Cheney fur the last 15 years, and believe him perlectly honorable in all business transactions and financially uble to oan v out any oblieat ions mail by their linn. n 1st ot miiAi, wiioles.ile Uruggists, Toledo, O. Waldino, Ki.ma.n A Mahvix, Wholesale Druggists, I ob do, O. Hall s Catarrh Cure is taken internnllv. acting directly upon the Mood and mucous snr aces ot the syslni, I'ricc 7Sc per bot tlu. bold by u'l l)ruggi:s. Tottimoniala frw. Hall's Family Pills are the best. WE MAKE The Is'st Oaigh Komedy the market, and if V I0UAEEI) 11 I A Congli Kerueily, oui's will do the wnik. I WE KX0.V ' It miUainfl nothinir irinrionn DOZENS In this eily will testify. I'RU'E 2.i ols., W) cts. and ifl.iMi Delta Drug Store. aiaiu 01 reet, ninsoere, uregon. n CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Tfca Kind You Han Always Bought Bear, ths Af yeTTTT' Sufuatore of iAjTI-CuiJiiLt White THE':- BIG 33 03 ;T2 S Isstilllon and untilfFeb. 1, '02 Will LCtjubiliu.oj'. uOjtviii reduction in shoes. TH V ai ARE OWi And to get aood fit you do not want to wait until the last day. No shelf-worn stock. T GUN ' J u'Jr.lSMBTh)t Just a Little Cough liut if you were to probe the common cause of most lung troubles, including consumption, you'd find that they originated in "Just a little Cough." Do you know it's just as easy Xot get rid of that little cough, or i bigger one, as to keep on coughing? Our "Cough Syrup" does it every day in the week. Which would you rather keep, your cough or the 50 cents that our Cough Syrup costs? Which is Cheaper? The Hillsboro Pharmacy. DEADLY NARCOTICS Any honest, intellitjont druggiHt or physician will tcl you that narcotic poifons such aa opium, lienbano, deadly nightsh idi! or cocaine ami inorcury are and liflve been since tho Park Ai es used in all Pilo Medicines, nnd that such medication really perpetuate Piles. V'eru Pile cure is nol a relic of the Dark Agin, hence contains 110 narcotics or meicurr, tMilKKJ Keward il a trace of any narcotic or mer cury con be foudd in Viirus. All others contain narcotics or uercurr. lKtiv it i( you dure mosehacka. $50 Reward if Verua faila to cure any caae of Piles. Worst cases cured with one Ikh of Yerue. Over 10,lKK) ucriiiuiient cures in five years : Sold in Ilillbboro by Die Twentieth Ontnry Store : , The Hillsboro Pharmacy, fd!TirAVIE6. I! St. Charles Hotel iaCOKPO&ATKD front arid Murrlson M recta, l'artland Oregon. Electrio '.Lights, Eloct-lc Bells and Hydraulic Ulevator. 100 I too nis at 25 to 60c, Suites, 7o, to ft, i;d HesUuraot f'onnectloD. Give us a call, Tt'otlce of 2'inal Seittemoiit. Notice is hereby given that the nnder- psignud, has tileil in the County Court of the 8tut of Oregon, for Wnhuwtoa County, his final nccount nx administrat or of the estate of Minerva Sheply, Deceas ed. And that said Court bus appointed Monday the i!7 day of January. liXJJ, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of aaiil rinv as the time lor hearing objections tn nueft aoccount, and for the settlement thereof. W. I). WOOD. Administrator of the estate of Minerva biioply. Deceased. ;!.' Ifi Sot lee of Filial Weitte merit. by civen that the nti.lor. signed has tiled his limit HcroQiit in the l ountjr ,ourt 01 the huileor Oregon for W'.ishiiiston Comity and that said Court has set Monday, the ttith day uf reoruany, r.v.', al ju o eloi'l; in the fore noon of said day aa the tune and the 1 ounty v ourt room aa the place for hear ing objections to said account and the 1111111 settlement 01 said estate. Dated Uec 17, WILLIAM I,. RAYVflNI) Aan.1n1str.1tor do honnt-non of the Hstats 01 n. u. Jiaymono. ilouaited. 81 ST, Timber Lnntl, Act Jan 5 3, 17M NOTICE for PUBLIC, TIO.t. U.vitkd Ftatkk I.asb Orrtca, OBanos CiTr January i. I'iC' XJOTKK IH HKKKI1 V GIVKS Til AT Xl in oumpliaiicii with the provisions of the act of Congress of June a, I.Tk, .m titled 'An act for the sale of timber iaiulu in in. Mates of Cabfomia, Origon, Nevaibi and Washington Territory," as extended tosll the I'uhlie Ind bits by act of Ao'jst 4, lr.i, John tKlund. of l'ort.'and, Coiin tr of Multno.iiah, State of V eon. h thia flay hied in this office hia sworn statement No. iS7',, for the purr-has of tiie S W 4 of S W' i and lot- V. a and 4 of Hectiou No. i in low,ili:p No. 2 North Hange Ko. fi West, and v.ill otter proof io show that the land souv.ht is more vain- aiie ror its timber or -to as th in for acri cultural purpos.-.. mi, I to e-tiihliah l,i, claim to said lun-i leiore the Kegisti-r ana Keceiver of this otfiee mt rigon City Oregon, 011 Monday, toe Ziu, day of March, 1. KM. tie nan, or as niMiwwv , If-J'i?!: "!'"!. "-.kou ! Roliert Ixnidsn, ol Lewis Thompson, of And all persona o"aiii.n,g ajyrs.-ly the above-dew ri tied lands are rr.1u.-t.'ri t,( hie their claims in this offiru 0.1 or before said 21th duy of Wnjch, lAr4 TV 5 .113 B Mpv aaaaa DENNIS. T. BELCKSrt. CO'V ANO'TRIAS, la Timber I.und, Aft Jnnc.t,lN7S Umtkd Sstatbs Laud OvFiru. , ,IJ.,"I'", fi'TT. Oar,, or..-. ". XTOTICK Id HKKKBY UiVKN 'IHT Xl ' In compliance with the provisions of the act of Congres of J uue 8, l iVM, entitled An act for tlm sale of timber Ian. Is in the M ites of Califoinht, Oregon. Nevada und vVaamngutn J erritory," aa e tended to all i!i. t ,'c 1'u"d Stul,'8 l,y act ol August 4, .0" J- Houston. GleiiwKjd. lounty of Washington rtte f Oregon, has this day tiled in this otlice In swora stale meiit No. fi67-'l, for the purchase ol K U of the H W and lots S and 4 of heclion fio. 1 '," tow,l!,h No- North, Kange Noli W and will oiler proof to show that the hind sought is more valiiah e for its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, und triealablis'i his claim to said land bcioru the Kegi-ter and Heceier ut this oflieeat March" Pio?.0" ''"""i tile iu"' d"y uf He names as wtti.M L. It. Houston, of Wm. A, 'IriU-a, of Olenwood. Oregon. V "bitten, of Woodliiwn. A. Gordon, ol Portland, " Any and all persons claiming udversly the auovMleacnlied lauds are requested to i'lrd Lli'.V" 1 ' oHr-c on or before said m day of March, li2. C1IAH. U. MOOUK8. Ituginter Nut ice ot rinal fHcttlcmont. 1 trhh. V,,UtL0fKtl" of tllznlafth l.itchie, deccAsed. hav. niwi , a....i .. count as eiwutor of said estAte in the County Coim o, W, gu, (C y Or" eon, ai.d that said Curt ha. s.-t .W .ruury f.K2. at in v 1, i Vm.'JtLT' a.'"1 f-unnty Court' " as the i)lup in 1...,,;.... , to said account and ,. . ,1" " "'''.'"l sa d estate. ", "'p' Executor of the estate of KliiaethTiteh. .'l-.W. 'rrensnrrr'n Notice. a 11 tVinnty virranU r.f county state of Oreton, Kmlorwd 'Not VTlTV'' fu"" p" arte-Ja,r in Zj1" 1"""M " that dale. ' WU:"X IIOIXII.I'H CKAXU.UX, Co. VreosureT A ) ar Senator. Ml AM. 11. MOORKS, liegister.