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HILLSBORO FUBUaHlNQ CO.. Prop
D. M.C.OAULT, KiUor.
FRIDAY, FEBBUABY 7, 1902.
The complex systems of tcovern
ment demanded by modern cl villas,
lion require money for their main
tenance. This money moat be cou
tributed by society, douieellc or for
elgn, depending somewhat upon tee
plan devised for raising It Taxation
la the general term employed to dee
larnate the contribution.
There are twi reneral plans for
national taxation laying dutlea on
Importa of merchandise or Imposing
an eclae tax on domestic produc
tions. These systems approach very
near to each other as some points,
ad we In America are quite familiar
with both sides. The tariff In post
has Its best' illustration in the United
BUtes. while the excise law is em
ployed In England. We had both
during th Rebellion In 1861-6, and
during the Spanish war,
The American idea Is to employ a
system of duties that is least burden,
some to the people and one that will
protect home Industries. The Eng
lish system of excise taxation la laid
to produce the greatest revenue re
gardless of protection or weight of
burden to be borne by the people.
For producing revenue, a few stand
ard artlck a are taken, apirito and to
bacco In both countries, to which
Englands adds tea, sugar, coffee and
some other articles most used by the
mass of the people. The United
States keeps it off those articles,
electing rather to put a duty on im
ports that come in competition with
home product), raw or finished.
Thus coffee and tea are on the free
list, though a war tax of 10 cents per
pound, pure excise tax, is on tea.
Sugar, If it were not a product of the
United States as cane or beet, would
be on the free list with coffee and tea.
In practl'W It Is found that the price
on dutiable articles Is regulated by
domestic grown or made goods.
'Thus it Is truly declared that the
foreigner paya the tax. The declara
tion is verified in the Item of sugar.
There is a duty of $10 per ton on
a a t t . . i .t a... ii. ft. I
a r...i.. . -J
"i " '
leaving him no profit. Wherefore
. the Cuban planter wanls the duty
removed from his sugar, but not
from that of any other foreigner,
lie wants the present price to be
maintained In the United Slates.
On the other hand, the tax collected
on tea. an article that has no domes-
' tic competition, Is paid by the con
aumer, and the price of tea went up
10 cents per pound In 1808, when
the war tax waa laid. Hence now.
when It la proposed to repeal the
tax, the law directs that It shall not
be removed till Jan. 1, 1903, for, If it
waa taken off now, the price would
drop and those merchant who have
atock on hand upon which the tax
has been paid would lose money,
By allowing the law to take effect so
far ahead merchants may work off
the stock now In store.
A Din is Derore me bouse now
which repeals the excise tax levied
during the Spanish war. It Is op
posed by the commercial East and
favored by the producing West. The
East would reduce the national rev
enue by repealing the Dlngley tariff.
In Its steid tbey woulJ impose ex
cise taies In Imitation of England,
They are sol fish and would shift
from their own shoulders the burden
of taxation and place It upon the pro-
producers. They are short-sighted.,
If all goods are Imported, then th
toiling masses of this country will be
deprived of the homo market. The
payroll will not be signed and
the tollers will have naught with
which to buy, or pay excise tax.
But England paya her taxes. True.
But England, up to this time at
least, has had a foreign market. If
import duties are removed here to
let England Into our market we will
find ourselves In straits, for If Eng
land can take our home market she
van take every other market in the
excise laws nave never r-een pop.
ular here, and It will not popular!
the system to retain the Spanish war
tax f ordinary reveoue purpose
and repeal any considerable part of
the Dlngley tariff.
Mr. Tongue's position on the Hill
liver coinage bill seems to be sound.
We here on the Pacific Coast realise
that If subsidiary silver were used as
freely In all parts of the nation as
here, much larger volume would
be required, but tbla silver must be
kept In circulation, hence the pro
vision requiring the treasury offlcisla
to payout gold for silver In multlpUs
of five dollars would be vicious In
practice. Olve us halves, quarters
and dimes, but let the people be re
sponsible foe their ear,
How much do we owe Cuba? We
have fed her hungry population.
We have fought her battles. We
have policed ber filthy cities. We
have given her political freedom
We have instructed her In methods
of civil government. It has been and
is give, give. Nothing baa come to
us In return. But there Is something
more. We are anked in put In opera
tion an Industrial tytem that will
make paupers of our own people iu
the cane fields of Louslana aud the
beet fields of the Northwest.
Eogland has an army scandal on
hand quite as rank as our late em
balmed beef eposide. MaJ. Lee, who
was English military attachee with
our army at the battle of Santiago,
and later with the English legation
at Washington, la now a member of
Parliament. He charges that the
war office refused his services in buy
ing horses In America, notwithstaod
Ing bis exceptional advantages, but
bought animals at 1165 per head that
were worth no more than 140. lie
wants to know who got the $126,
Tne matter has rawed a big roar
among our British neighbors.
PBECINCT HAP OK rUiUIISGTON
Continued from Firt Payr,
ter of Gales Creek to lust crossing of the
baseline, thence e on baseline to w line ol
block No 9 in Naylor's add to the town of
Forest Grove, tbence's to a stake Ret tor
western terminus ot Pacific Avenue (for
merly Elm street) in the city of Forest
Grove, thence e along c.mtor line of Pa
cific avenue to the w line of Heyenth
street (formerly Alder street) in said
city of Forest Grove, thence n to the s
line of the Wm Ktokes d 1 c No 02 in 1 1
n r 3 w, thence e to the a e cor of said
claim No 62, thence n to the n w cor of
the W W Catching die, thence e to the
n e cor of the w J of the W W Catching
I c, thence s to the s w corner
of the 8 Emerick die in I 1 i t
', thence w to n w cor of the Wm
Geiger jr d 1 c, thence s to center of
Tualatin river, thence up center of said
river to place of beginning. Voting
place, Vert's hall.
Commencing at the s e cor of nee 33
2 s r 2 w, thence n to Tualatin river,
thence up said river to s line of H Nol
and don, thence w to s w cor of F De-
Witt don, thence n to the e cor of the
Ewing don, thence w to w line of sec 23
1 s r 3 w, thence s mile, thence w to
then w cor of see 28 same t and r, thonce
4 miles, thence e and with county to
place of leginning. Voting place,Laurel.
Commencing at the a e cor of sec 13 1 1
r J w runnillg thencefn 3 mliMi thonco
n ana w on county lino to the n
of sm J0 t 8 n r w, thence a 12 mile-,
thence e 0 mllos to place of beginning.
Voting place, Jackson school house.
Commencing on the county line at the
n e cor of the Mills d 1 c, nee 12 1 1 s r 1
thence w on the n line of said cluim
to center on n line of said claim, thence
to s line of said claim, thence w to the
I post on the n lino of sec 14 same t and
r, thence s to the n line of T Denny's d 1
thence w to the n w cor thereof, thence
s 240 roils, thence w AO rods, thence s HO
rods, thence w to the center of sec 21
same t and r, thence s 100 rods, thonce
w 80 rods, thence s 80 roils, thence w 80
rods, thence s 240 roils to s e cor of sec
20 same t and r, thonce w 3 miles, thence
to the n line of the J Landed d 1 c,
thence w to a point n of the most north
erly n e cor of the 8 Shuttuck die,
thence to line of sec 36 t 1 s r
2 w, thence w to the e line of the
P Harris d 1 c, thence S w on the e line
of aaid claim to the Tualatin river,
thence down said river to the w lino of
fee 10 1 2 s r 2 w, thence sto a point w of
of the n w cor of the P Swank d 1 c,
thence e to the n e cor of said d 1 e ami e
to Tualatin river, thence down snid river
to the township line on the e line of iwc
12, name t and r, thence n to the 1 post
on the said sec line, thence e 1 mile,
tlieuco n i mile, theme e I mile, thence
n ndle, thence e 1 miles, thence n to
the n w corner of J L llicklin d 1 c,
thence e to the s cor of D C Graham l 1
tliunre n to a line of sec 20, 1 1 s r 1 w,
thence e to the pout on line of sec 25
same t and r, thence n 4 mile, thence e
in ilo to county line, thence n about 3
mile to the placy ol beginning. Voting
place, Union hall, f
Commencing at the '4 pout on the
ine of see 33 t 2 s r 1 w, running thence
n 1 mile, thence w ,', mile, thonce n J
mile, thence w ) mile, thence n to Tual
atin river, thence up said river to the n
cor of P Swank's d 1 c, thence w to the
sec line between see's 15 and 10 t 2 s r 2
w, thence s to the county line, thence e 1
mile, thence s 2 mile, thence e 3 milre,
thenre n 2 miles, thence e It milea to
the place of la-ginning- Voting place,
Mlddleton school house. -
The boundaries of the Road Districts
are the mime as those of the Election
Precincts except in Weat Putte and Gas
ton when the doted lines show where
the voting precinct is divided to make
two Koad districts in each precinct. The
large ontline figures are the Koad Dis
Vkls vsatare l a every fee of lb osuwiswfl
' Laxative BrotnoQuioine Taw,
w vvvtnj avepf wssaaw jaw WweLW-t..J m jf
W' i ft
Volumes, at lluiei, oi woman's haprii,
ncss or mlksrv The dull, sunken eye,
with Its nark circles !nw surely speak
of womanly tw-heaiih. and its attendant
suffering. With the dull eve goea usu
ally the aallo-v, sunken cheek, the drawn
mouth, the shrunken form the whole
glory of woman's beauty marred by the
euecta of uisea.se.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
the disease which undermine tne neaitu
and mar the btauty of women. It estab
lishes regularity, dries weakening drains,
heals inflammation and ulceration, and
cures female weakness.
Sick women are invited to consult Dr,
Fierce by letter free, and so obtain the
advice of a specialist upon their disease,
All correspondence u strictly private
ana sacredly confidential. Address lit.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
With ptennnre I send a few line to let you
know that I feci much bettor thnn for right
yrar. he tore taking your medicine," write, Mra.
l'ierce Uclu. of m West Phil. Street. York. Pa.
"Will recommend IT. Pterce' meiticine tij every
person who mny inmilrc a to whnt it has clone
fur m. I was troubled with female weakness,
aad beRan to think 1 would never be well. If I
had continued the treatment r-rem-riltcd by my
doctor 1 dou't know wh;t would have become of
mm. When your treatment was commenced my
weifrni was ios pound, at nrcHcnt it is 130.
Have healthy color and my friends say J look
well. My bent thank to you and my best
wisnes, too, lor wnat you nave none tor mc.-
"Favorite Prescription makes weak
women strong, sick women well. Accept
no substitute for the medicine which
works wonders for weak women.
Dr. l'ierce' Pleasant relicts cleanse
the clocked system from accumulated
Fine lurmn for pale dirt cheap by
Thos. Wlthycombe, Hcholls, Oregon,
Schulinerich Br. . have a large
stock of burlap pottto sacks which
they sell at 4 ceo'-..
BEST FOR THE
If yorj harrn't rpsiilnr, hfnlthy moTcmtnit of the)
DOWeiB) eiorj sij, J"u rJ w win ire-.
II. tViroe. In th art a net of vlo
lent liBTDlo or irt uii(trroiin. mo niiMXiui-
tea sutd cle-vn In to t-vko
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
MmurI Pnlattntil. anfctit. Tovntsi Ootid. DoO
Newer Hlcken, Wtjakttis. r 4iiiHt. 10, ft, svi.fl 60 cent
per boa. Writ fur frve ampUi, Mad booklet oa
TatBfJUfl ksmxAY COvriHT. CHITAGO r W TOBK.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN
Digests what you eat
This preparation contains all of th
aigesianis ana algesia an Kinaa oi
food. It Rives instant relief and never
falla to cure. It allows you to eat all
the food you want. The most sensitive)
tomaens can tatco it. y its use many
thousands of dyspeptics have been
cured after everytbinjr else failed. It
prevents formation of itas on the atom
ach, relieving all distress after eating:
Pletlngunncceasory. i'lcasant to take.
It can't help
out no yon gooti
equaled only by E.O. PrWivr h. Oo., Ohleasjs
iVil. but tfo contain Stt Unm Mo. skssV
What (his Boy's
has been naid by the mothers of
many other boys and girls, re
garding the wonderful curative
and strengthening qualities of
"Our little boy, Harry, had spasms
for 1 yesrs and we feared lb disease
would atfrct his mind. Thoaiih we
doctored continually he gnm worse and
had ten sptms in one week. Cur at
tention was directed to tr. Miles' Nerv
ine and we becan its aae. Wtiea he
had taken the fourth bottle the spasms
disappeared and he has not had cne
fur hve years. His health now is ref
lect" Mas. U. M. TiNDAtL
Dr. Miles' Remedies are told
by all druggists on guarantee to
benefit or money refunded.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, tea.
MKJJ, CATHARTIC U
The undersigned dwdmi lo huy
or rent a good farm In Waahlng.
ton or Yamhill County.
91500 to 2000 to Invest
Owners ntd ouly answer. lle.tu
give full diwrrlplinn and tirnia
when answering. Addrt
, It. ('. Ynmlcrlie, Jr.,
lor us, . . Oregon.
IN THE ClilCUIT tOUUT OK THE
htat tit Oregon fur Washiuavt ja
In ths matter of of the estate oft
To Harry W. Grubbr,VeUtnna Macro
Win. Victor i-rubbs, Lottie Grnbtoa, Jofau
M. tirubbs. Yh'-odorv Lchler Grublx. Cbur
lotte J. irwin. Lewis U. UroblM, aud LyiU
. Keduian and to all persons iuteresteJ in
said estate, greet iik;
in the nuiua of the 6ui of On-H"":
You are hereby cited aud rxuire,i to ap
pear in the County Court oi ij btuUof
Oreron. lor th. county of Wasluucton, ut
the Court room thereof, at riilisoor-, in
the eountv of WuhiUKton. on Mon Jav thd
3rd day of February, at 10 o clock, in
uie loreuoou 01 ii.at uay. meu anu lucre
to show causa, if any yon have, why an
graaroitaiacoonsuouM not o nmaeauui
oruina- and directma L. W, Uaiuea. ad'
miniatratorol said estate, to sell at public
sale, th follow inn described real ostat
belouaiiia to said estate. Block 'M. in the
city of forest orove. Wasbineton count
Oregon, a prayed for iu the petition of
said administrator now ou tile herein.
Witness, the Hou. L. A. HOOD. Judiro
of the county eourt of the State of Oregon,
lor the eountv of Washington, with the
seal of said eourt alllied this 2nd day of
J. W. MOitOA.V, Depnty. Xi 88
letter's Drsveofda Tsblets are soIl
on positive guarantee, cures neart-oun
raising of the food, distress after eating oi
any lorin oi ayspepsta. one little tablt
give inimedlai relief. 25 eta, and fiOcts
a w wm arun eHai.
. . Portland JSarfeets.
Wheat Walla Walla, nominal
5;ie; bluestem, 66c; valley, 6a.
Flonr best erades. 2.i6?3.50
barrel ; graham, $2.U0.
Oats Old, W(a tl per cental.
Barley Feed. Ii5( 15.60: brewinir
Milletun Bran. 1517: miiidlinga.
im",iu; suons, iti(aii ; cuop, lia.
llay Timothy. 11(S 13: clover. 7ri,
tw.ov; uregon who nay, soem per ton.
But'er Fancy creamery. 26(S'27ic
dairy, 18W20c ; store, 131(r 15c per pound
L' t". m.. t i. M,.n; '
Cheese Full cream twin. 131er
Young American, I3jc(itl4c per pound
fonltry I'hickens. mixed. t2.00(
ii.uu ; nens, 8.uu(f3.WJ : dressed. 1U0
lie per pound : springs. f2.00e3.50 per
dozen.;, ducks, la for old; 3.00(4.00
lor young ; geese, m at to tier dozen
turkeys, live. 10(3 He; dressed, 10(3
Vthc per pound.
Mutton Ijimba. 8Wc. gross: dreNsed
owo'ao per pound ; sheep, f s.zs, gross
dressed 6c per pound.
Hogs Gross, heavy, $6(9)6.25; light,
H-'Oi'vo: dressed, T(7Be per pound
veai small, bwic: lame. 7M7'-
per pound. .
Beul Uross top steers. f3.60(it4.00
cows and heifers, 3.00(t3.60; druased
beef, 6 J at 6c per pound.
nop iu at l lie ier pound.
Wool Valley. 11 at 134c: Eastern
Oregon, 8 at 12c; mohair, 20 at 21c per
rotatoe $.85 W t.9o per sack
Union $1,25 cwt,
I till Oil I'M DISEASE.
ine largest nm ever paid for a pre.
scrlption, changed hands in Han Fran,
ciero, Aug. 30, 11)01. The transfer in,
volved In coin and stock (11 ,60(.00 and
was paid by a party of business men for
a spec! Ac for Bright' Disease an I Dla
betes, hitherto incurable diseases.
They commenced the serious invest!
gation of the specitic Nov. 16, 11KK).
They interviewed scores of the cured and
tried it out on its merits by putting over
three dozen cases on the treatment and
watching them. They also got physi
cians to name chronic, Incurable eases,
and administered it with the physicians
forjudges. Up to Aug. 6, eighty-seven
per cent of the test cases were either well
or progressing favorably.
There being bat thirteen per cent of
failures, the parties were satisfied ami
losed the transaction. I he proceedings
of the investigating committee and the
clinical report of th test cases were pub'
lished and will be mailed free on applica
tion. Address John J. Fulton Com
fany,,4 0 Montgomery 8t. 8an Francisco,
Notice ot Flnnl Settlement.
Notice I hereby given that I ttie nniler-
stgnea, Kxeentor of tbe estate or M. v.
Biiiitn, nave men in the Oonnty court of
the state of Oregon, for Washington
ouutv mv final account a executor of
aid estate ana tnat said Court ha set Jlon-
day, February 17th, lt. at 10 o'clock a
in. of said day us the time and the
ounty ourt room as the Dlaca for hear.
ng obiections to said ftnal account and
the settlement of the tame,
iftitea Jan, l, liV-
Executor of the Kstate of M I'. Bniitb,
N T11K CIKCTIT COURT OF THE
State of Oregon, for Washing n
Amlien Thornbnrg, Plaintiff
, I.. Mcleod, M. M. l.uelling,
K. K. Miller, McMinnville Na
tional Bank and the Portland
Trust Company, Defendants.
To A. L. Mcl-eod and M. M. Luelling.
In the Name of the State of Oregon.
you are hereby reitiired to appear and
answer the complaint filed against yoo
in the above entitled cause la the above
named Court on or before sis weeks from
the date, of the first publirntion of this
summons; And if you fail so to appear
and answer, phuntllT will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded la hi
complaint, to-wit: For a judgment
airainst VnU and aach of von for th mm
of t.mi.73 with interest thereon at the rate
of 10 per rent per annum since the 12th
lay of December, lmw and the sum of
Ui.w with interest thereon at the rate of
per retit per annum since 8eptembrr
.11, 1&H3. and the sum or f 13..HI with int
erence t hereon at the rate of percent
ler annnm since Septemlwr 11. lSit. aud
the sum of fAHl with interest thereon st
the rate of 0 per cent per annum since
November 28, 1101. and th sum of f x)
attorney's fees, ni the costs and disburse
menu ot this suit ; that a certain mort
gage FiecnUrd by the deiendant U, M
l.uelling to Anton t fanner and which is
recorded on page .10 of book 30 of record
oi mortgage oi waaiiingtin county, cy
egon, b lorecleeed and the land de
scribed therein, to-wit : lots 6, 6, 7, H, II,
10. II and 12. or block 12. in South I'ark
addition to the (Ity of Forest tiruve, Or
egon, le sold and the proceed applied lo
the payment of plaintifl' jadguienU
I his snmmons I served upon vou bv
nbllcatlnn bv virtue of an or.ivr rual
br the llomirable L. A, Itiwd. OoUntv
udg of Washington County. Oresc.
which order waa made and datod n Jan-
nary 28, XW2. and said order require you
to appear and answer the complaint
ithin sis weeks from the date of the
rirl publication of this mmaioas, and the
ate of it Hrst public-sum will he Jan
uary 31, PJ02. 8. K HUSTON.
37-43 Attorney for riaiatiff ,
Timber I.nrd, Act J one 3. H7H
Umtku 8'aiaa Laxd Orrici,
Oai:! Citt, Claa.. Die. W, 1301.
VOTICi: 13 HEREBY GIVEW THAT
X y in c niuliunce with the provision
the act of Coiipresa of Jane 3. 1h7i. untitled
"An act for the sale of timber lauds in the
States of ( auf'jrtiu, Orexou, NevuJa and
Washington Territory,', as extended to all
tiiu 1 ubliy Land States by set of Aoatut 4.
Julius C. Burke, of Uolalla. county of
tllackainas, btat ol Oregon. b& tbia day
uieuin miaoince unsworn statement ru.
.V,ut. for the purchase of Lots 2, t aud 4 ol
Hrction No. fin Townthin No. 2 North.
Bange No. t) VVost and will offer proof to
snow that loa land sought is mor valuable
tor its limber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said
land t-efore Uie lievister and Keceiver of
this oflic at Oregon City oo Monday, tb
luth day of March, 1W2. He name- a
Robert J-oaden, of Fortland, Ore,
Edward Burke, ol "
Uobert Obborne, of ...
Lewis C. Thouipaon. of ' '
Any and ail persons claiming adversely
the above-described land are requested to
hie their claims in this oflice on or before
said 10th duy of March 1!M2.
CHA8. B. UOOKES,
White Dollar line,
Str. "BAILEY GATZERT"
Daily Round Trips except Snnday
...7 a. m.
...7 p. m.
THE DALLES PORT
lletneen Portland, The Dalles aad
Leave Portland Mon. Wed.,Fri. . 7 a. m,
Arrive The Dalles, same day . . . ,n5 p. m
Leave' " Tuew.,Thura.,Sat.,.7 a. m.
Arrive Portland, same day.. 4 p. m.
j0CrThig Route has the Grandest
scenic Attractions on r,artn,
MEALS THE VERY BEST '
Landing and Office: .Foot Alder 8irect.
Both Phones, Main 851
JOHN 31. 1 ILLOOJi, agt The Dalles
A. J. TAYLOR, agt Astoria.
J. C. WYATT, agt Vancouver,
WOLFORD A WYER8, agls White
PUATUER II EMU AN. agts Hood
E. W. t'RICHTO.N, agt Portland
We nfl'er One Hundred Dnllnra Tiswnv,!
foe -n case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hairs Catarrh Cure.
F. T. CilKNEY A: CO., l'rops., Toledo, O.
We. the underslirnrd. h.iv known V. J.
Cheney for the laat 16 year, mid believe
mm periectty Honorable in all business
transactions and tinanciullv able to carrv
outuny obturations made by their firm.
vvkht a. luuAX. wnolesitle Urucirlsta.
Walhinu, Kin.ian Makvih, Wholesale
Druggists, '1 oledo, O.
Hull's Cutarrh Cure is taken internally.
acting directly upon the blood and mucous
stir aces ol the system, trice 75c per bot
tle, gold by all Druggists. Testimonials
Hairs tauiUy rills are the best.
The le?t Cough Remedy
the market, and if
A Cough Remedy, our's will do
It contains nothing injurious
and gives speedy relief, as
In this city will testify.
TBICE 25 r I . 60 cts. and HAH)
Delta Drug Store.
Stain Street, itllhibero, Oregeu. J
Not lee et Final Krttlemrnt.
Notice is hereby eiven that I. the under
siKiiol, executor of the relate of Kilxabeth
Uitcnic. uecriiseil. Ouve Iilwl my linal ac
count as executor of said ett in the
Xuiitjr Court of W antiunion County, Or-
a.. ... d (. .1 t iu. K... ... f a
v p. . m.u ...a. Maw wh.v u,i rti Mvir
day, eetiruary u, iHirj at 10 O'c oik A.
M., s the time, and the County Court
rioiii as th tiluc for henrine obieetiona
to said account and the linal aettlemant of
aa'il retnte. '
Dated at Hillsboro. Orciton. this Wh
ay of January 1U0-J,
8. a ritchky.
Exeeutor of the aatate of 1 liaabelb Kitcb-
cy, di-ceased. M-38. .
Ketlre ot Final Settlement,
Notice i herebv niven that the under
aned ha tiled htr final account in the
Viintr t'ourt i,f the State of Owron. for
the County of Vaiiinglon, in the matter
of the estate of S. K. 1'attrrtnn, dereaevd.
and that nid Court ha set Monday, th
3d day of M-r, h, IXC, at 2 in the altar
noon of aij da v. as the time and the
County Court room a tbe tdace, for the
hearimi ot ohievtiona to saltl account and
tlie fiual seitlement of said estate,
Dated Jantiarv M liK)2.
AMIR L. PATTERSON".
xrcuirit of the !t will and tesUment
and estate of S. K. Patterson, decrasctl
Is still on and until Feb. 1, 02
will coutinue to make a -big
reduction in' shoes.
And to get algood fit you do
not want to wait until the last
day. No shelf-worn stock.
Just a Little Cough
' But 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 to get rid of that
little cough, or a bigger one, .is to keep on coughing?
Our "Cough Syrup" does it every day in the week.
Whichi would you rather keep, your cough or
the 50 cents tjiat our Cough Syrup costs?
The Killsboro Pharmacy.
Any honest, intelligent druggist or physician will tel you that tiarcotlu poisons
such as opium, henbane, deadly nightshade or cocaine and mercury are and have
been since tbe Dark At es uso) ill all Pile Medicines, and that such niedii-ation
really perpetuates Piles. Verus Pile euro is not a relic of the Dark Ages, hence
contains no narcotics or nicrcnrv, $6000 Roward if a trace of any narcotic or mer
cury can be foudd in Verus. All others contain narcotics or mercurr. ix-ny it if
you dare inossbacks. 160 Howard if Verus fails to euro any case of" Piles. Wont
cases cured with one box of A'ema. Over -10,000 permanent enres in five years ;
Sold in Hillsboro by the Twentieth Century Store:
The Hillsboro Pharmacy,
d. P. OAVIE8.
PRaSIBSKT. , !
St. Charles Hotel
Frent and Jttorrlien Streets, I'erllnnd Oregon.
Electric iUghta, Klnctrio bells and Hydraulic Elevator.
150 Rooms at 26 to 60c. Suites, 75, to p$l. Meed . Restaurant
Notice of Final Settlement.
N Jtice is hereby eiven
sianed has filed
his final accnunt; in
Cunty Court of the State of Oregon for
Washington Count v and that anid i'rviirt
has set Moiniiy, the. 21th day of
ebruany, 1!U. at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon of said dny as the time and the
County Court room us the pliice for hear
ing objection to ennl account und the
unai settlement of said estate.
Dated Dec 17.1MH.
wn.i.iAr I.. A"Misn
AdminiKtrator de bouis-non of the 'wtitt
or a. v. Uaymond. deccasciL m 40
Kotlce of Final Nrttlement.
Notice i hereby Klven that the under
signed, has tiled ui the County Court of
the Btate of Oregon, for Wnshinston
County, hi final account as administrat
or ot the estate of W, . Holston, decoaa
ea, anu mat sa a t;ourt nas appointed
Monday the 3rd day of March.
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said dn
a tne time lor ncanng oojeciiona 10 sucn
acccoum, ana lor tne semomeni tnereot
F. Y. KOL8TOS.
Administrator of the estate of W, F,
Hois ton, deceased. , :J7-41
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1 H7H
NOTICE for PUBLICATION.
UsiTio 8tstbs h.nn Orncc, ' '
Uastios Citt.Uks., January 4, 1'.ffZ.
NOTU K IS HEIIKBY OIVKN THAT
in compliance with the Provision, of
th act of Cpntfrea of June . 17, entitled
An act lor tn ai 01 timber lauo m th
States of California, Oregon, Nevada and
Washington Territory,'1 as extended to nil
th I'ublic Land States by act ol Auvnat
4, law, John Kcalund, of 1'ortland, Coun
ty of Multnomah, Ht-ito of Or gon, baa
tnia day tiled In this 01 tie. hts a worn
statement Mo. i.VTft. for tlie nurchaM of ilio
W i of N W and lot . 3 and 4 of
eeetion No, 11 In Township No. '1 North.
Ivann No. o S eat. and will oiler uroof 10
show that the laud sought ia more valu
able for Its timber or stone than for ami.
cultural yurposea. aud to etubliau hut
riaim to aia lanii neiore iup l.egistcr aad,
K reviver of thi olfirw at Orecon 1 itv.
Oregon, on Monday, tb 24lh dny of
Aisrcn. itsM. ueuamea aawitnee:
C. Hurke. of Md!-.II,i. r.- .-
Edward Hurke, of IVrtiund, '
Robert Louden, ol
Lewi Thorn paou. of
Aad all Mrsoua cUimina aJvrral ,k
abovtMlncribed land arc rmueatad. to
his their claim in taia olfit- mi nr tinn.
aid Jlth day of Ma-rh. llifti ...
CHAM. 11. MOOUKS. '
t"4j littrial... I
- 7" K
Which' is Cheaper?
C. T. DELCHEH,
SO-V AND TREA9.
Give us a call,
DAVIS & BELCHER, Managers.
Timber Land, Act Jnne 3,187
KOOf CE FOB PtmncATioy
DstTKD brTK Laud Ornra.
' Oaaunn Citt, Oar.. Dac. 21. HI0I
VTOTICU 18 HKKEBY UIVKX THAT
XI in compliance with the provisions of
the act of Congrra of I tine 8, 78, entitled
An act for the sale of timber lamia in the
Htnloaof California, Oregon. Nevada and
yVaahinglon Territory," us e tended to all
1 Llcaud 8tstc by wt ' August .
1S92, J. B Houston. Glenwood, Ciranty of
WaaMngton. Mate of Oregon, hns
tins day tiled in this ollicu h s swor.i itate
meBi .0 173- for h purcime oi E ! of
the 8 W V and lot 3 :md 4 pf Section No
31 in township Xo. 4 North, Rang No V
and will offer proof to show that the land
sought is mor valuable for it timber or
stoue than, for agricultural purposes, and
to entabliah his clolm to said land before
the Keg1.ter and Keceiver at thia ollice at
i).rv" .City 00 Thursday, the roth day of
starch, 1D02. ,
He mimea as witnesses:
hi ll" i0,?9". of I Glenwood, Oregon.
Wm. A. Trita, of ,
VvS- Whitten, of . WoiKliawn. "
A. Gordon, ol , 1'ortland, M
Any and all' nprmnna f.lnin.in . M
the aovdecnbed laud an rei united to
tile their e aims in this office on or before
said SOth day of March, lana.
t, CHAB.it. MOORK8.
" " "'" Reirleter
N mt CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
State of Ureeon. fur w..i,tni-
IV...I. . " ' ' "B"i
Delia McLin. 1'lnlntl
Uji.MoLlu, .. ... Defendant)
10 William McLUi. th above named
Tn the Name of the State of Oregon, you
arw leqpired to apprar and answer the
oomplwnt hied againit you in the above
ntitled suit iu the above mum! Court, on
or before Mx weeks from the date of the
LJTi .bJir?i,1, fm u'n.t which
will bt on the Slst day of January, is..
AJSLrr"1 T to r-r-aran.l answer
iKa-Eft'r'1 l,f ?VP7 lUe Court fo
r e m,,ndeJjn her complaint here
i?lJL ! F.or "issolviiig the
marriage contract now exi-tine hetwMn
IhZ lKimBrUftMmlf '0Urailr wSSS
tn lmniip lt iA nt t . .... . "
thi, UiiW .-A . '""ZT" P'aimin to
-1 . . . . J ' 1 1 1 1 I 111 ' I hi 1 U
the pUiauir. and lor anrh ntkV.i..
the Court ma anmr ,..i..i.i.
HTrHhu": 'S Pblid brord-ref
Win , and ai nnlr k ...
pear and answer, th eomnmlnt within aix
aeeas irom thedaisof its linn publ c-.tion.
. 1. HUH TON,
Attorney for l'laintitt.