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About Hillsboro independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 189?-1932 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1902)
Mr. Frank Imbrie wu out from
Portland, lunt Sunday.
lie A etoortoattut
of &hcea at
For potato and
out micks go to
Schuliuerlch, Brother have
I"t.t ludoor ujkU. Cuuie and
Uowa, Collarreltee; Fine amort
nieut. Iteaaonable price at Schulm
lyiwVat prion ou iiarUi hi
Kchuluitrich Broa. try theiu; Full
ttock alwaya ou hand.
Auoihe of thonetlne public dance
will be given at tbe Opera ilomw,
The Oregon Bute Fair will be
held Ihia year during the week com
ineiiclrig Monday, Hepteoiber 15.
W. It. Jat-kMiu la at home again
after a abort vlait to Eugeue. H
went for further treatment of bla eye,
At the Kllla. gallery. New photo
gallery, l'oisw, tbe Photographer la
hereto pleaae you with Pictures.
I). T. McCartney, at one time a
rcaidenl on the Newton place, but
now of Portland, was in Hillahoro,
IhhI week 1. W. Houne gripped
to the wholesale houaes In Portland
11 fly rili wagon tongue finished
ready for the paint shop.
Call at the Indkpkndknt office
and examine the famoua Melton
tioard for mounting kodak prints
Latent thing out. Any site.
For apraina, awellinga and lame
neaa there la nothing ao good as
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Try It
For aale by the Delta drug store. (
K. L. McCormiek hasjuit received
a full line of Men's fine gloves for
either dressing or working purposes.
Call and see them. Uood value for
The Ladlea' Society of the Congre
gational church will obaerve Lincoln
Day, February 12, with exercises ap
propriate to the occasion. That date
occurs on Wednesday, this year.
Potatoes were quoted In Portland,
last Haturday, at (1.15 to f 1.85 per
cwt. It cannot be learned that any
sales were in ado at that figure here,
though Mr. P. II. Baughman sold on
Tuesday at $1.
Win Mohr makes boots at Ms
shop on Second street, IlillHboro, for
.r.C0 per pair, sewed shoes for 95
and gives special attention vto repair
ing. He uses only first-grade stock
which enables him to guarantee his
The city has on hand and will
elevate on a new pole set at Main
and Second street a new and large
transformer. The transformer that
is now usod Is overloaded, and the
lilg one is a necessity. The smaller
one will be installed somewhere else
or kept In reserve.
A son of Mrs. J no. Hatnal, Fred,
who resides near Phillips, fell on a
harrow several days ago, and run one
tooth of the Implement deep Into the
palm of the hand. At first no sur
geon was consulted, but symptoms of
blood oison setting in and the boy
suffering great pain, Dr. Bailey was
called and placed . the lad under
treatment, but thinks II will be some
lime before the hand will be well
The Omaha-Texas Oil Co. sent a
number of circulars into Hillsboro,
this week, offering to sell stock la
blocks of 100 shares at 25 cents per
share, payments to be made when
thi company struck a gusher In the
Texas oil lelt. Upon striking oil,
the price of tbe shares are to be
doubled. Now jul what tbe snap
is, the Indki'K.ndknt Is free to ac
knowledge that it does not know,
but that there is an Ethlopean In the
wood pile is Is-lieved, and the ad
vice is cheerfully given that the bait
be not snapped. If our citizens hare
money to rick on ventures why not
take up some manufacturing enter
prixe at home? Fight shy of the
Omaha-Texas Oil Company's slick
The Quartermaster's Department,
nt Washington, awarded contracts
for 40(H) tons forage to Portland mer
chants for transportation to Manila.
The bidders who were awarded con
tracts ar e : Hay Albers 4 Hchneld
er, 12.r0 tons, at -0.80 per ton; 700
tons nt 118.40 per ton. Oats O. A.
WeHtgate, 2KK) tns at 11.82 er cen
tral; W. A. Gordon, 2o0 tons at tl.32
per central; Balfour, Outhrio A. Co.,
7ilnna, at 1182 per central. The
oats are in stock and it Is generally
is'lievod that they were bought of
farmers at tl. Bu " shipment
will relieve the market and make
room for a movement of the re
malnderof the stock In first hand.
The steamship that carries this
frelitht get $4 for the aervloe. The
lowest hkl for -attl tonnage was
4.0. The department at Washing,
ton Iwmlatod about awarding con
tracts for tho resaon the bids were
about f. per ton higher than the cost
of the same class of supplies las fall.
But f.ie inirket Is up, and that Is all
there is to be said,
Tbe Kerreatlou Park management
are luy arranging for tbe base ball
season. Tbe directors are selecting
their players and already have a
great abundance of tuateriul fur a
strong line-up for the Diaufund WN
(his season. Secretary Beckwith la
now in eoaiuiuuicatioa with lour
other teams which favor a Wert bde
League. Indications point favor
ably to this being carried out, which,
if effected, will eonatitute a league of
il Uvuia. All the teams now mak
ing application are composed of the
MBit fciiMu"p'M j i,i.liaiti.:S I
this district, and tbe people of Hills-
boro and aurroundlag community
will have an opportunity to witum
some of the best amateur games ever
played in the North went. Work
will aoon commence on Recreation
Park grounds and the field and the
diamond will be one of the bent on
Measrs. A. B. Cady A Co., of Bea
verton, have sold their mercantile
business at Beaverton to C. K.
Hodge, who for several years has
been In business at Sylvan piiHtofllce,
at tbe top of the bill, on the Canyon
Road to Portland. Mesxrs. Cady dis
posed of both their stock of good
and real estate, but retains the position
of iMMtmastar. exiiress scent and
ticket agent for the 8. P. Co. Mr
Hedge takes poMfuon about March
16th next. He also bought the S. W.
Pike building, .adjoining the Cady
property, which he will occupy as a
residence. Hedge spends the time
between this date and March 15,
making a trip to the states east of
the llocky Mountains.
A. 8. Zeiber, of Idaho, once a stu
dent in the Hillsboro public school,
visited the old play ground last
Tuesday with his chum, W. V
Wiley. Zeiber is a son of Al Zdiber,
who was landlord at different times
of several Portland hotels, and was
known to every man who travelled
in Oregon twenty-nve years ago,
Mrs. Hart, who formerly lived on
Main street, where Hon. W. D. Hare
now lives, was Air, Zaiber's grand
mother, Mrs. Hart died last sum
mer at Fresno, California, where she
bad resided many years.
W. J. Benson commenced work
this week on a donkey engine for
Mesars. Bloyd & Sigler, which be
contracts to deliver by April 1ft
All tbe castings will lie made In hit-
shops, as well as the lathe work,
Mr. Benson Is just putting the fin
ishing touches to a big boring ma'
chin which will enable him to han
die iron pulleys four feet In diameter,
Measrs. Bloyd & Sigler will use the
donkey in the forests for logging.
Food and Dairy Commissioner
Bailey reHrts that he saw a sales re
port in possession of a Jackson coun
ty orchardist which stated that a
named variety of apples had sold In
London for 13 shillings, while the
same kind ou the same day, but from
Watsonville district, California, hail
sold for 7 shillings. This reduced to
our currency is f3.28 for the Oregon
apples, but only $1.70 for the Call
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the Congregation!-! church meet
regularly at 6:30 p. m. on Sunday
eveninirs. Next Sunday evening is
consecration night, and the leader re
quests that each member, as his
name Is called, answer with a para
Kranh containing a promise. This is
a slight departure from the ordinary
order of exerciser, but, none the less,
it will h interesting.
The Oregon City land office, at Or
egon City, was notified last Haturday
that the homestead entry No. 10,'
4.17, made Dec. 19, 1802, by Byron
W. Comstock for the 8. E. J See. 13
T. 2 N. R. 6 W., Will. Met., had
been cancelled. The land is a valu
able tract, silua'ed about two mil's
east of Qlcnwood, this county.
Wm. Cummins and Joe' William
have a new steam woodsaw outfit
which they will operate on the Una
bcr land of C. E. Runyon twelve
mile above Astoria ami six miles
back from the river. Four foot cord
wood will be made. The force neces
sary to operate the machine will tie
taken from Hlllahoro.
The North I"lflu Fair Association
was organized at Heat'le, last weok.
It takes in Oregon, Washington,
Idaho and British Columbia. It is
organised to develop speed In horses
and encourage their breeding.
Hon. W. II. Wehrung, of Hillsboro,
was chosen president.
Mr. N . J. Horenson, of one of Bak
er county's tig mining properties,
was in town the And ot the week in
conference with II. Hchulmerich,
superintendent of the mine.
Elder J. It. Brown, formerly State
Evangel ml of California, will preach
at the Christian church next Hundsy,
forenoon and evening.
Washington's Birlliday is coming,
and with it tbe annual entertain-
ment of the Hp worth l jfue. Watch
fir further notice.
Rilct Rilliinr whit has l-en at
Lone Rica, Milium nmuty for ph-v
ral months Is visiting at his rut her
for a while,
McMinnviile was greatly shocked
Wednesday last when It was an
nounced that Miss Nannie Ungor
man aud Mrs. Oiliu llcCaiaiah
Gaunt had committed suicide by eat
log areouic. Tbe shock also extend
ed to Hill.iboro as both ladies were
well kaown here, Mrs. (iauut, be
cause she spent htr girlhood day
bt-re and Mu-s Ungerman because she
had bt en for several weeks tbe past
fall telephone operator. Our sieclal
Mr. (Jaunt was taken sick almost
ss aoon as she took tbe falal drug,
but Miss Ungerman did not notice it
for some hours, but when the poison
look hold it wss terrible. Miss
Ungrman died at 1 :() p. in. and
Mrs. (Jaunt lived uutil nearly 6:00.
Every thing was done that was pom
m tile but to no avail.
For the pa t month Miss Unger
man liss been the night ojierator at
the local long distance telephone ex
change, entering uftou her duty about
9 p. in. Tuesday evening she came
to her work about 8 o'clock, accom
panied by Mrs. Ollie Gaunt, and
they were left alone, Mr. Heiubree
going to the basket ball game. Mr.
H. returned to the sloreafterthe game
and found Mrs. Gaunt sick. Miss
Ungerinan reported that the sick
woman had drunk some weak inu-
ratic acid water, which Mr. Hembiee
had used for toning some photos.
She was trying to vomit, and Mr.
Hemhree told Miss Ungerman to tel
ephone to Dr. Cable, which she did.
When the doctor came, Miss Unger
man aauimeu trial iney now nail
taken arsenic. Htcs were at once
taken to adiniulHter antidotes, and
shout II o'clock the ladies were re
moved Jo the home of T. A. Mc
Court, step-lather ot Mrs. Uauut,
Soon after the arrival 'here M'ss
Ungcriuan wss ituken nick. Every
thing was done to relieve their suf
fering, but without avail, as above
There is no reason given for the
rush act, and the real cause will
probably remain a secret, or whether
it was with suicidal Intent,
Tho coroner was notified and ar
rived about 4:30 Wednesday evening,
when the inquest was held on the re
mains of Miss Uugermsn.
In addition to theabove it is learn
ed that the girls at 8:30 Tuesday
evening talked to several or the
operators alonir the line telling them
what they were doing. To Mr. Jas.
Butler operator at the central station
here with whom both were person
ally acquainted, they talked In their
usual chaffing way. Nannie was at
the key board and Ollie was In the
booth. Ollie said fo Mr. Butler
"The kid," meaning Nannie, "Is
eating arsenic." Butler asked "what
is she doing that for?" "O, we don't
want to live longer." He replied,
'Well good bye then." Nannie
turned the switch and cut out the
booth, when she answered "good'
bye." She then cut in the booth
again when the girl continued chat
ting in the usual glad humor. Mr,
Butler had not the least suspicion
that he was listening to the recital of
Tbe coroner's inquest found that the
deceased came to death at their own
hands, with poison. Ollie Gaunt
will be brought to Hillsboro for bur
ial, which will doubtless be ttslay,
though at this writing the hour is
NeNin Ixirell, a "fetpsy, ?t into an
alteration at the livery stable,' on
Main street, Wednesdsy evening,
Mr. Hsppington told him to fro, but.
not starting, Hap. started to lead him
out. The fellow hit Mr. 8., where.
upon strength was used and the half
drunken man wss lodged in jail
His examination was before Judge
Everitt, yesterday afternoon.
Can't raise corn in Oregon? A
hsysexler near (own had five acres
in corn lnt-t year. He took care of it
and yesterday sold a thousand
pounds, which goes to Portland for
.Messrs. Hchulmerich Bros, sold two
cars of potatoes this week on the
xidctrack at Hillsboro, The iHitaloes
go to Fresno, California.
Hchulmerich Bros, have a large
stock of burlap potato sacks which
they nell at 4 cent.
Messrs. Hchulmerich Bnsi. are pay
ing (I for firt-cl.iss shipping potatoes.
II igheft market price for Potatoes
at Hchulmerich Bros.
Buy your cigars and tobacco of II.
Carving sets. Butcher kuivee, Poc
ket knives, Scissors and Rsaoraat
For some tine photo's cm II on Pope
at tbe Eilis gallery, 7th street, east
side of town.
The lxtt assortment of Oiio kjiives
and raxcrs in town are at McCor
miek' fully warranted.
For Rubber Coats, Oil Clothing,
Mai'intosheH, all kinds of wet wenih
e.nda gri to Hchulmerich Broa.
Lost, in Hill-boro, gentleman's
gold finger ring It tiered "M. II. to
L. W. II." If finder will call at Is.
DtfEK DfctiT office, he will he direct
ed to owner.
Rev. Phillip Miller, an United
Brethren clergyman, occupied the
pulpit in the little church at Thatch,
er, north of Forest Grove, laat Hun
day. While conducting services, he
Was taken alarmingly ill, and died
almost immediately and before he
could be removed from the church.
The deceased was 74 years of age,
and had been preaching the Gospel
for 36 years. He resided at Forest
Grove with his daughter, Mrs. J. M.
Messrs. W. B. Glafke kOo. commis
sion merchants Portland who shipped
November 12 last, a consignment of
apples to Vladivouetock, Siberia, re
ceived returns Wednesday last, Jan
22, dated Dec. 27. Accompanying
the check was a letter informing
Messrs. Olafke that tbe apples had
arrived in prime condition and ex
pressing very great satisfaction with
the fruit. The apples were on the
voyage about 45 days and the ship
pers were pleased to hear that the
long voyage had not been disastrous,
The Asiatic correspondent stated
that 2 K)und package of butter were
not well received by his customers
who preferred one-pouud packages.
. Business at the Oregon City land
office has been brisk during the past
two yeaia. The tomparstive volume
may lie judged by comparing the
fees received for ditlerent years. The
land laws require I lie receiver to re,
port his receipts. His salary Is paid
from this source; f:tHN) r year if
that much is taken in; if not, the
salary falls xhort by the amount that
falls short of the 13000. If the re
ceipts overrun f.'JOOO, the overplus is
paid into the treasury. During the
year 1897 8 the fees tho register re
ceived fell short uf paying hi salary
by $75. The next year, 1898 9, there
was a slight increase and the full sal
ary was paid. In 1899-4)0 there was
a surplus turned ii to the treasury,
and last yesr, 1900 01, the overplus
was $7000. Already for the liiot half
of the current year fees enough have
been received to more than pay (be
salary, even though not another cent
be received. All the fees received
from now to July 1st, will go info
the U. S. treasury as profit. The re
ceiver says from the standpoint of an
official he can but regard this great
volume of business the killing ot the
goose that lays the golden egg.
There is but little land remaining in
this district, and that is not desir
able, so in the nature of things, bus!
ness must soon deciease, and rapidly.
The only connotation is that going to
the congressional delegation who will
not be compelled to consider the
claims of a host of applicants now
John O'Donnell to Henry Dick
160 a sec lit 1 nr2 w t 2000
Mary Gillespie to W D Wood
40 a ec 24 t 3 u r 3 w - 100
Andy Woslby to M Thomas
9.52 a Sol Richardson d 1 c... 1250
A W Pike and wf to C E Hed
ges tr in Beaverton 950
J A Iiivengood to Anna Kauf
man 20 a J II Reid d I c COO
SA Burns to Harsh Klineman
tr in Kelsay d 1 c 150
Fred Durig to A Olean Id a sec
2 1 1 s r 1 w 750
Then Mansfield to Fred Durig
10 a sec 2 t 1 a r 1 w... 650
Ben Dooley to Naney Banks
a see 31 t 2 n r 3 w 30
Nancy Banks to Ben Dtsiley
7-11 a sec 81 t 2 n r 3 w 37
J D Bates to W A Bat. 40 a
D C Merrill to Cbas Bcrgcsoti
10 a sec 23 t 1 a r 2 w 3-r0
D Fen oh to E L James 4 a near
Ellen Jackson to Jacob Whit
more lot 3 blk 19 Hillsboro. 300
Otto Meyer to J H Edwards 4
a sec 17 t 2 s r 1 w 1
Iioulse Hchroeder H Louis
Hehroedr lot 1 sec 1 t 3 s r 1 .
Caroline Her t Alois IVeim-
rohr right of way water
Ben Jones to Eli Evans loo a
in Sol Shntiuck donation.... 1
J m Tunstall to V C Toclle 6 a
sec I t I n r2w 300
Amy Patterson to C T Crow
40 a north of Hill-boro 925
rilAYKR - Ner Oantnn, Jannnry II
Owcr 1 hayer anil wife, daughter.
To the officer and members of
XishDabotna ledge, No. 409, 1. O. O.
F Gf iswauld, Iowa. !
Word having reached members of j
your com mil tee that the Angel 11
Death has eoteied the huuie of our:
brother, Philip II. Uaughmau, of
Hilloboro, Oregon, and taken there
from his beloved wife, we would
therefore respectfully submit the fol
lowing preamble and resolution-:
Whereas, It has pleastd the Great
Ruler of the Universe to remove
faithful wife of Brother Philip II.
Baughman, it is but fitting and just
that a fraternal tribute be paid to the
memory of this must exemplary
wife, mother and friend, therefore tie
R.-solved, By Nlshuabotna lodge,
No. 409, I. O. O. F., that we bow In
humble submission to the will uf
Him who ruletb and relgneth In the
Moat High, we do nevertheless
mourn the loss that falls so keenly
upon our brother and his family.
Resolved, That the heartfelt sym
pathy of this lodge be extended to
our brother and his motherless chil
dren, those that were bound to her
by nearest and dearest ties, In this
their greatest hour of atlllctlon.
Resolved, That a copy of these res
olutions be spread UMn tbe rewords
of our lodge, that a copy be sent to
our brother and that a copy tie sent
to the Griswold American and the
Independent and Argus, Hills
boro, Oregon, with a request that
they be published.
D. 11. Scott,
J. W. Wayne.
Griswold, la., Jan. 11, 1902.
CAUISETslsil CAB I. MET MAKIN41.
The gradual reconstruction of Mr.
Roosevelt's Cabinet lends a direct and
timely interest to an article which the
Hon. Charles Emory Smith lias just
written for The Saturday Evening
Post, of Philadelphia.
Cabinets and Cabinet-Making tells
how Presidents choose their official
advisers; how nice politicnl consider
ations influence their choice and re
duce to lowest terms the number of
One of the most important conclu
sions reached by Mr. Smith is that
most presidents have followed one of
two methods In forming their official
families: that of Mr. Lincoln and hi
predecessors, who surrounded them,
selves with party leaders and former
presidential candidates, and that of
Mr. McKinley, who appointed
strong, broad-guaged men, regardless
of previous political preeminence.
This article will appear In an early
issue of The Saturday Evening Post,
Union Seed Fer 8ale.
The well known pure Oregon
Yellow Danver Onion s"cd raised by
Jos. Bach man on the Clackamas, for
sale in quanities to suit.
Address, Jos. Bachman,
33 37 Clackamas County.
Fine farms for sale dirt cheap by
Thos. Withycombe, Scholls, Oregon.
All persons knowing themselves
indebted to the undersigi.ed are re
quested to make settlement.
8. T. LlNKLATElt.
Est Liverne Baber, deed; final ac
count examined and allowed. The
estate will be closed of record when
receipt? for disbursments are filed.
Est Fannie T Neep, deed; ordered
that the executor and all persons in
terested be cited to appear February
3 and show cause if any they have
why the will of the deceased shall
not be act aside.
Est II C Raymond, deed; examina
tion of final account set for Monday,
Feb. 24. 1902,
M ARMAGH LICENSE.
License to wed as issued Jan. 21
to James W. Arnold 60 and Matlie
A Parrish 60.
Many homesteaders of govern
ment lands are now commuting, and
instead of living on claims for the
full five years are, after a residence
of 14 months, paying cash and tak
ing a deed. Only one Interpretation
can be made. The homesteaders are
selling out wraumably to large cor
porations thst are gobbling Umber.
Mr. Grant Downing' little daugh
ter is quite sick.
NOTICK FOIt I'l ItUCAT IOM
Impairment f the Inerior.
LiaaOrrira atOmook citt, Orb.
XT0TirEI8 HKKEUV l.lvr.M I M s I
il the followinn-ii'iinrd Mttler biw tiled
notice of bin intr ntton to maki limit proof
in Kunport of liia claim and that ai1 proof
will I made before the County Clurk of
WaKliineton County at tlillnboro, Oregon,
on February 7 imri vis:
CIIAKl.Kft A. i;Ar.t,i-,
Jt. E. US 11 for the BBXoteo3fTM
ll- nna the fnllowinr vitnewm to
prove hi eontiiiuona rtnii-n-c upon and
cultivation of a-iid land, via:
Imii V. HeidM. of Qlcnwood, Orrgon
lrtha lletdel.oi " "
K lonrd II. Colman, of
Caleb I . Ifciwen, of " " "
CHA8. B. MlxinF.S.
J CLEARANCE SALE
For Short Time Only
My prices have always been as low as Poitlan-I
prices, but until February it I willofTer any article
. ....... ir;. t.!vt r.?'5n.c-t..l ..dyyilicated in
WATCHES TAKE A DROP
Waltliam and Elgin gents' watches $4.50. up. , .
Ladies' F.ljin or Waltham watches in 14 k. gold
filled cases, regular price $ 12,50 now only $9.15. '
Gents' Elgin or Waltham watches in 14 k. gold
filled case, regular price $ 1 6.00, now only $10.40.
ALL ARTICLES REDUCED
Every article in my stock at the same great reduc
tion. I give you the iwst stock in my line West
of Portland to select from.
A nice assortment of cut glass, sterling silver and
plated ware. A full full line of the celebrated
Rogers tableware. Silver novelties in endless pro
fusion, livery article in my store at the same
reduction, nothing reserved.
Our immense spring and summer stock is on the road and
must have more shelf room. We are having a Grand
Clearance Sale during; this month injorder to get space.
Giving Goods Away! .
Is the way people talk who come to our store to trade. We
are not giving goods away but are selling at less than
No Deception, No Baits!
What we say we are ready to. confirm. . You. are invited to
call and get prices. No trouble to show goods. Once a
customer, always a customer.
JOHN E. BAILEY,
FOREST GROVE, OREGON.
fill fr'. It I V S AI.fr..
IY VIKTUE OK AN KXKl'U 1'ION,
Decree- mill Order of Hulo, issiioit out
of the Circuit Oiiurt of the btute of Oregon
for WashingUm County, in fiivur of
W. N. ilnrrelt ami nimiiiHt W. I).
I!rielliri, Klnto Biaillonl unit Isti-r limit
font lor the buiii of coctH. mill the fur
ther turn ot ilYOU ll. M. K"1'1 "'in. with
interest then-oil lit tho rale of (i r cent
Iier Hiininii from the 2il day of uetoS er,
ml. oiul th further nun) of -!7XM with
interest thereon Bt tho ruto of lu per cent
per annum Irom the 811th ilny of ri pU inlx r
Hill and for the cost" and expenses of mile
and of iid writ.
Kow. tlierefi.re, hy virtue and In persu
anee of wiid judgment, dix rre and order of
ale. 1 will, on Monday the yiiii day of
Jnniittry I'-llfi. nt the KOiilh door of the
Court lloiMM) ill llill.-ilHiro, Wiioliinirlon
County. Orepon, at the hour of I'l odoek
a. 111., of unid day, xell nt puhlii; arrtior. to
the hiphext hidder for caxli, the followiiiK
dtwritie'l rent prop rty, to-wit;
HeniK part of section X. T t 8 II 2 W
Willa.ni lle Meridian, and uiuo 11 pntt ot
II. Nolimd Jr 11. I.. C . in itiid town -hip
and raiiKo. low;ribed as follow: llei?iii
ninjr at a point on the H K linn of Raid l I.
C, distant N -I.V K M M chs. from tho
quarter aection corner on the U line of Haul
section 8, ill bet-miiinn point iieinj; also
the Ix'Kinni'iR point of a tract deeded to
aid I'errin Hte. pl-.-s by T. 1. Humphreys
and wif-, Octolt-r 1. 17-1; riiiinmn thence
N r." E IXi ( In to a stake ; thence N 4-" W
2.82 chs to a stake; t hence N 4 " K 3.i chs
tea stake; thence N 4.'.' W K chs to a
stake; thence 8 4." W SRl-Vi rh more or
less, to a atone: thence S01H I.V K li 17 chs
to the place ol IH-Kinnin contuming I'i.-I
acres, ail situate within Washington
County, to satisfy the hereinbefore named
sums, and for the costs Mid expenses of
aid it. 1I0.,
Haid property will t sold subject to re
demption as per statute of Oregon.
Witness in y hand this 21th day of lec.
HDL. J. W. fcKWKLU
Micriffof Washington, County. Oro.-on.
W. N, Ubtt l!y W. J, Wall.
Attorney for l'l.nntirT. Deputy.
AdniinixtrtttoVn Male of Heal
wTOTirK IH HKKKBY UIVEV THAT
j tne nndcrsiKned, administrator of
the estate of William Chalmers, decease,!
by Tirtue of an onler and decree of the
County Court of W'ashhitfton County, tlr
eirnn, made and entered on the Hih day of
April, iKtl. will on the aith .iay of J-ebru-arr,
l'.nri. at ti.e aou'li door of the V"rt
House, in Hillslioro, Orc-on, at the hour
of in o'clock of said day, sell at public
side, to ti.e highest bidder, the fo! owiiiK
described reul exl.ile, to-wit:
First tract - Hounded bv rxyinnini; at
tlieH W corner of the Henjaniiu " orueliua
jr U L 0, ho 42, '1 IN It W, tlicnc K 011
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
"wat nariM Ptnrtt
HOYT, The Jewler.
aiajLC'scaa 1 lb cai
the H line of said claim Ik 1,1 chs to Hie 8
VV corner of land eonveyet by Win. (mill
iners to James Itohh, by deed recorded on
paKe '.UM of lns)k I', deed retards of Wash
inuton County. Oregon, thence N 16" K
27.2H chs, thence 8 rlr Bl' K I'J chs to the
N K comer of the sanio, thence N Ifi" JS
0. .V chs in the N W corner of land con
veyed by Win. Chalmers to V. Chalmers,
liy deed recorded on pare of book Q
of rei-ords of deeds of WasliinKton County,
OreKOti, IIh-iic 8 711 K Sfllchs, thence N
12" l i' K iA ciis, thence H HI" h. 2i.0.( chs
to the N F. corner ol the above tract, thence
N 12 J.ri' V. ii0. chs more or less, thence
W ;l t4 chs to the 8 K corner of the tract
roneyl by l.i nj.imlii Co, nelius jr to
Wm. t haliuers, by deed recoriled on page
4-'VI of book W, records of deeds of ash
inton County, lire on, thence N 12" l.V K
to the X V. roriif-rof same, thence N M2" W
1. ri.tuchs, 'hence N H.30 (lis. themw N K.V
V ficbs. t hence 8 ",Qf W 10. 0 chs, thci.ee
N .si," W 3.1 ens, thence H 74" W 17 M cha
to the W line of said claim No 42, thence 8
'17.!, 2 chs more or less to the place of le
Itinning. ' .
Also the tracts conveyed by A. H. Dud
ley to Win. Chalmers by deed recorded on
pano 74 of book W records of deeds, Wash
ington County, Oregon.
8eeond tract Commencing on the line
between the laud of A. 8. Dudley and Wm.
Chalmers sra.lu cha K of the corner in the
anideof said line 8 W from Dudley's mill,
thence N lu W 1.2 chs. thence N till" :tn'
K 0 Ml ciis, thence 8 1M" K 1.27 chs, thence
8 :: il-i' ; UHl chs to theplai-e of be
ginning, containing one-tenth of an acre.
i hird tract Commencing in the cuter
of Dairy Creek where the line between
said Dudley and Chulioern crosses the
same in claim No 42, thence N 4ii ' JU' L .'I
chs, thence rt 7u" :W W a-Kt chs, to said
renter of ere. k. thence down same 1.2
chs, to the pluce of iN-ginniiig, containing
U. la acres.
Excepting the tract conveyed by Wil lam
Chniincra to A- 8, Dudley by deed recorded
on page 73 of book W of records of deed i
of tvashingbin County, Oregon and disn ri
bed by beginning ut a stone corner m
anglu on line between said Dudley and
Chalmers couth of the bridge in th
county road. " theme 8 W :t' W
to-' chs, thence h 0..V.I chs, thence N (fr
2' Kli.'Oehs, thence n (.:) chs to the place
of lv-gi lining containing u 2." a:res, Con.
tainlng mall 'Mil acres more or less.
Terms of 8aie: One-third cash, on
third In oiio year and inlaiioo in tw-
years, t Defer ed payments to bear Interest
nt the ratio often p r cent per annum to l-e
secured by mor'gugit on tiie land wdl.
Dale! ut llilUboru, Oregon this 21 day of
January, I sli
Aiimioistritnr.dr-l)onis-iioii of the estate
of Wm Chalmers. der-nii1.
H. 11. Huston, Atty fur fc-aUilu. )kt-4)
Kr Kiln, giMid i.Im-hm finy, m-M K,
M. H' idc).