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Buy your cigars and tobacco of II
For sile, good chess bay, see F,
Highest market price for Potato.
at Hchultnerieli Bros.
lielglan !iaru, drise J xready for
the table, for rale. C. A . Iloy t.
Mtwm. Scbultnerich Bros, ara tsv
ingtl for first-chi shipping potatoes.
Carving sets, Butcher knives, Poc
ket knives, Scissors and Razors at
For w)me floe photo's call on Pope
ai the tills gallery, 7th street, east
siua 01 town.
The heat assortment of fine knives
and razors la town are at MeCor
Miss Duixy Freeman, of Portland,
is visiting with Mrs. T. II. Tongue
and daughters, this week.
Elder J. A. Brown, of Portland.
will preach at the Christian church,
next Sunday," foronoon and evening
The Epworth League will not give
it.s annual entertainment on Wash
iugton's Birthday as announced last
The enrollment in the Hlllsboro
public sehol for the month ending
Jan. 81 was 840; attending, 823; cases
of tardiness, ICG.
Lost, in Hll'-boro, gentleman's
gold linger ring lettered "M. II. to
L. W. H. If Aider wiM call at In.
dependent office, he will be direct
ed lo owner.
The Tommy Stewart tract of 130
:icres, on Main street, was sold this
week, Mr. F. M. Heidel being the
purchaser. The consideration named
in the conveyance Is $2300, but that
is probably not the value today
since the moles have been actively
raising the dirt since the transfer,
Mr. G. T. Pfeiffer, proprietor of
Evergreen Poultry Farm, near Sberl
dan, Yamhill county, visited with
his friends, Specht & MosterL Mr,
PfeiiFer is a successful grower of
poultry. Ho has orders for all he
can produce. For some dressed fowls
sont to (he Portland market this
winter he received 98 conU each.
A resident cf South Ilillsboro who
had occasion to look over the register
of two years ago rinds that in that
time many changes have occurred
there. More than one-third of the
electors who then registered are not
now in the precinct. Death has
tieen busy and the others have re
moved to other parts of the county
A Eugene news report states that
Ira L. Campbell, owner and editor of
the Eugene Daily Guard, has been
stricken with paralysis of the vocal
cords of the throat and is unable to
sneak. The first stroke was on Sat
urday eveniug lest when he was In a
harbor's chair. Mr. Campbell is
printer by trade. He served his ap
prenticeship In the Independent
office, and is well known In Hills-
boro by the older residents.
A fuw days ago Ex-Recorder of
Conveyances McCormick happened
Into the recorder's office, where he
and Recorder Wann compared bus!
ness for six months during their re
spective terms of office. From July
1 to December 81, 1894, McCormick
took in fees amounting to 1961,85.
Mr. Wann found that his fees for the
six months ending December 31,
1901, were $1028.00. The recorder's
office is the only one about the court
house that is self-supporting.
The management of the Diamond
W baseball team is securing players,
and will be ready for playing as soon
as the weather Is suitable In the
spring. Three men Messrs. Boeker
and Barret, of Oreenville, and Swope,
of Portland have already signed a
contract to play. If Ward Downs
plays this year, he will be one of the
nitcher. He is to have assistance,
as it Is recognized that the work of
t.itchine nine Innings is too mucn
fur ntin man. Arthur Downs, of
Portland, acknowledged to bo one of
the best amateur players In the state,
has offered his services to the club.
The management will make the bat
tery superior to what it was during
the last season. That was the weak
place in 1901. The Hiltoboro club
aims to be the champions of the
state this year.
County Commissioner T. B. Killen,
of Clackamas county, visited at the
couri house, in Hlllsboro, last Toes
day. He stepped over io Inspect the
working of our poor farm system.
Clatkamai county has no poor farm,
but the f ,emand for one Is becoming
quite urgent Another matter that
he noted while here Is the number
of deputy officers this county em.
ploy, and how they are able to dis
pose of public business. The oum
berof deputies employed la Clacka
mas county exceeds what is on the
pay roll here. It Is to be admitted,
however, that tho clerical force is
shy In this county. Mr. Killen Is a
brother of our Bcntou Killen, whom
he very much resembles. Many of
the habitutes of the court house mis
took T. B. for Benfon, much to his
amusemout and to their confusion.
Wade and Dalton, who in Decem
ber last murdered young Morrow in
East Portland, were executed in
Portland at 8 o'clock lest Fridny
morning. Dalton professed to have
embraced religion, aud all of his talk
was to the effect that his execution
would Usher hliu Into a world of
bliss, which, if the fact, is to bo re
gatdud as & faitunate eircumBtaace,
for, Lad he been stt free, he prob
ably would have gone buck to hU
old ways. Christians hold that re-pt-ntencs
and torrow for committed
evil deeda is an essential element
when Christianity is prcfested, but
nowhere is Dalton reported to have
expressed regret or sorrow for the
killing of his victim, hence they
doubt the genuineness of his conver
sion. Wade was the bravado, yet he
softened down somewhat the night
before he swung. All circumstances
considered, society Is to be cougratu-
lated that it Is protected by the death
ot those two young vagabonds.
John Welch, miner, James Uoon
ey, laborer, James Desmond, laborer,
and Thos. Kelley, laborer, were
before Recorder Baglcy at 12 o'clock
noon, yesterday, charged with vag
rancy. Their appearance did not
tally with the statement that they
are laboring men, for they are not;
however, Recorder Baglcy will give
them opportunity to verify their
claim, for he imposed a fine of 120
each and directed tho marshal to
give them a light dinner and then
put them at work on tho streets of
eight hours per day for ten days In
default of paying tho fine, and in the
event they refuse to work food Is to
be withheld till they do work. No
work, no food. One of the worthies
volunteered the Information that
"You will not get me to work on
your streets. The quartet are young
lusty fellows, about 35 or 40 years of
age, and well able to toll for their
The successful bidder on the daily
star mall route contract from Hllls
boro to Portland by Glencoe, Beth
any, Phillips and Cedar Mill, 27
miles, six times per week, is Robert
Q. Morrow, comiutusatlon $935.
Morrow is a -resident of Portland.
Wm. Frazler, of Portland, gets con
tracts on the routes going to Tigard-
ville, to Scholls and some other
points. The Uilisboro-Farmlngton-
Laurel route Is re-advertised. The
Forest Grove-Hay wood route goes to
Ot Kessler at $312, and the Forest
Orove-Gales Crock route to G. T.
Varley at $547. Local people have
been able to get contracts this year,
This was brought about by a rule of
the department thut prohibits the
consideration of bids filed by non
Rev. Arthur Rlsser, who has been
secured to supply the Congregational
church, reached the city on the eve
ning train of last Saturday and was
in his pulpit Sunday, both morning
and evening. The new man is
very entertaining speaker and holds
the closest attention of his audience,
He conducts the services at that
church next Sunday. Subject of
morning discourse, "A Devlnely Ap
pointed Aeency for Reaching the
Masses;" evening, "A Home Mis
sionary Preaching In the Heart of
the Rocky Mountains,"
Mr. W. R. Hoyt, photographer,
has sold his business to Mr. Pope,
who has occupied the gallery on
Seventh street. Mr. Hoyt will not
aealn enrage In photography, be
cause of the failure of eye sight. He,
in the last few months, found diffi
culty In focusing lmnges on the
ground glass of his camera, acd also
found the labor of retouching nega
tives a labor that must be abandoned.
Mr. Hoyt will probably go on the
road as a salesman.
Mr. F. O'Neil, Travelling Pass
enger Agent ot the Northern Pacific
Railroad Company, was In Uillsboro
on weaueeaay. J lis Business nere
was to help some Immigrants that
had came over his road to a location
in this county. While people all
along the Hue of his road is of prime
Importance, he wants a dense popu
lation In Oregon, for he haa found
that Oregonlans make desirable
The electric lights in Cornelius are
giving entire satisfaction, and the
people are glad that tho change has
been made. The break down of the
first night was caused by burning out
fuse. A mistake had been made
installing. The curreut wa, too
strong for the light fuse and it failed,
bat since the standard wire has tieen
pat la the box there Is no further
Grand guessing contest at Good-
murphy's shaving psrlor. First
prise, one 14 -k sold gold mounted
ring; second price, 60 flno cigars.
Ono guess with each 15-cent pur.
chase. Artistic hair cutting auci
Mr, Levitt Birdtell, of Idaho, Is
visiting with his sisters, Mrs. John
Dennis and Mrs. E. L. McCormick.
For Rubber Coats, Oil Clothing,
Macintoshes, all kinds of wet weath-
er goods go to St-hulmerlch Bros.
Miss Bessie Sigler visited tho old
foils at home last Sunday.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will welcome their friends at
Orange Hall, next Wednesday eve
nlng, when they entoriaiu. The oc
caslon is called the "Poverty Party,"
and the amusement will rill several
Hon. J. M. Parish, of Wilbur,
Washington, accompanied by his
wife, is visiting his brother-in-law,
Hon. W. N. Barret. Mrs. Parish Is
spending lunch of hor stay In the
county with her father, Wm. Barrett,
The precinct map mentioned last
week Is now ready for delivery. It
shows the townships, ranges and sec
tions, together with the boundary
lines of the precincts and road dis
tricts. The latter are numbered in
large outline figures which makes
the diagram very useful for refer
ence. On the reverse side of the
sheet is the letter press description of
the boundaries which has been very
carefully compared with the original
and is believed to be correct. The
price of the document is 10 cents per
DUrlng the fall of 19(H) a Portland
jockey club hung up a purse ot $700
on the Irvlngton (rack for a speed
contest. Mr. E. B. Tongue allowed
his thoroughbred Ben Bolt to start.
The horse won second money, but
the event not being a money maker,
the management refused to pay.
Negotiations failing to settle the dis
pute, Tongue brought an action
against the management to recover
the amount In the purse won by the
horse. This aroused the tiger and
much intemperate talk was Indulged,
even to publishing In the local pa
pers, under great headlines, that E.
B. Tongue was appealing to the
courts to collect a gambling debt.
The trial was set for Wednesday of
this week. Mr. Tongue was on band
for the fight, hut the defendants, be
fore the case was called, came for-,
ward and paid the claim together
with ail costs that had accrued. In
a similar case taken before the Su
preme Court somo years ago, the
Judges held that speeding horses for
a premium does not come within
the statute prohibiting gambling.
The defendants evidently found that
decision and saw that they had to
Guardianship Sarah Holcomb, a
minor. Ordered that letters of
guardianship knee to Orletta 8. Fin
ney, Bho having filed acceptable
Estate Sarah E. Patterson, deceas
ed. Final account filed and Monday,
March 3d, set for examination.
Estaae Louis Boecher, deceased
Ordered that citation issue to Fred
Melcher. executor, and interested
parties to answer March 17th, the
petition asking that 'the will of de
ceased be set aside.
Estate Thos. Stewart, deceased.
Sale of real estate confirmed.
Estate Henry Buxton, deceased.
Ordered that the executors of this
estate heretofore discharged be auth
orized to satisfy of record a certain
judgment assigned to deceased by
Wm. Lyda, and heretofore paid.
COUNTY COURT LAW.
Carl Sorenson admitted to ci'izen
F. A. Bailey v. Joe. Kllneman
and wife; action for money. Judg
meut for plaintiff by default.
License to wed was issued Feb. 6,
to Gusta A. Pieitli 37, and Anna
Z wiener 80: Feb 6. to Hurlbert
Wilkes 24 and Camilla Boyd 20.
The Last Heard ef IU
"My little boy took the croup one
night and soon grew so bad you
could hear him breathe all over the
house," says F. D. Reynolds, Mans
field, O. "We feared he would die,
but a few doses of One Minute Congb
Cure quickly relieved him and he
went to deep. That's the last we
heard of the croup. Now Isn't a
cough cure like that valuable?" One
Minute Cough Cure Is absolutely safe
and acts immediately. For coughs,
colds, croup, bronchitis and all other
throat and lung troubles it Is a cer
tain cure. Very pleaant to take.
The little ones like it. Delta Drug
Card of Thai as.
Wo thank our friends who assisted
at the time of the death and burial
of our mother. May the same un-
selflih attention he theirs In time of
need. O. B. Spencer,
Brothers and Sisters,
Ilillsboro, Feb. 3, 1902.
Faverite "early Ereriwhere.
Constipation means dullness, de
pression, headache, generally dltor
dered health. DeWitl'a Little Early
Risers stimulate the liver, open the
bowels and relieve this condition.
Safe, speedy and thorough. Thry
nevtr gripe. Favorite pills. Dtilla
fca-tke jt l MM TQ niw wm wapa
A coal mine in Tillamook county,
near the mouth of the Nehalem riv
er, has bet n developed so that the
owners know they have coal. The
company has expected that a trans
portation route through Washington
county would let them into tho mar
ket. Tbid is popularly designated as
the Reed route, but tho coat tueu see
that tho project Is only oue of wind.
Wherefore, they adopt another
scheme. This is to build a railroad
from the mine to Tillamook and
then use coal barges to deliver coal
t A .. I nM.l In l . .v. I.,.,. 1 K.r 11' il (.
of the Columbia. ThU enterprise is
to be put in motion this summer.
Durl ng the past year a pack of 84,-
644 wolves and coyotes have lieeu
killed iu Oregon, as appears from
the report of the secretary of state,
The county that contributed the
greatest number is Harney, where
14,405 were put to the good. Polk
county Is the leanest borough, where
only 17 variuiute were taken, then
increases Washington w'th 32 scalps.
A child of Christ Yuggi, about 8
years old, living near Phillips post
office, was on Sunday last badly
scalded by falling into a tub of hot
water. Dr. Bailey, who was called
to attend the child, found both legs
from above the knees to the feet so
badly burned the skin was entirely
A flax fiber mill is materializing
for Salem, which will employ 150
hands, and weave weekly 60,000
yards of crash.
Later fine linen will
SPECIAL SCHOOL TAX LEVIES.
Many of the school districts In this
county find that more money can be
used than Is received from tlie 6 per
cent levy of the stale law. To sup
plement this, thirty-seven districts
in the county have levied a special
tax, varying in amounts as will
serve In the several districts. The
iistricts that have voted the special
tax and the number of lullls on the
dollar of property follows.
1 Lounox , 2 mills
2 Cornelius.. 16 M
6 Purdiu 3 "
7 Ilillsboro 12 "
8 Lolsyville 2 "
10 Dilley 1 "
Forest Grove 8
Hcoggln's Vallpy 2
Watts District 2
Hill District 3
Hliady Brook , 2
Hkookumvllle ............ 3
Arcade -. 8
Cedar Mills 3
Spring Hill 8
Gleuwood ; 3
Patton Valley 8
Shearer District 6
Witch Hazel 2
Messenger District 6
Mason il'i'ii".....! 4 6
Mountain Home 3
Froif Pond 3
Bacona 8 ."
This is an average of aliout 4 mills,
and Is rather smaller than the mill
age of last year levied for the same
purpose, which was about 5 mills,
though the amount of money realized
will be about the same, $9,000.
This money will be for the most part
used in paying teachers' salaries,
though the lovy In Disl 74- Bethany
is for the building fund.
Two yrars ago the amount raised
in tho county by special tax was
about $8790. Last year it was in
creased to $9,000, which is only a
little this year.
Tho money that will be spent In
the county this year for schools is
State 6-mill tax $18,000
Interest from state Irreducible
Special district 9,000
To this will be added small sums
from rate bills and other sources, so
that It Is estimated that the school
will cost $35,000 for the year 1902.
CHA5UE Of I'lUX.
Notice is hereby given that I have
disposed of my photographic business
to O. M. Pope. I have wanted to
make a move of this kind for a long
time, owing to the exacting nature
of the work.
I can recommend Mr. Pope to the
fullest confidence or the public. I
have known him several years as a
first-clam photographer, and he Is
qualified by his knowledge and a
complete outfit of superior Instru
ments to give perfect satisfaction to
every customer. W. It. Hoyt.
Daeklen's Aralca Salve.
The best and most famous com
pound In the world to conquer aches
and kill pains. Cures cuts, heals
burns and bruises, subdues Inflam
mation, masters plies. Millions of
boxes sold yearly. Works wonders
In bolls, ulcers, felons, skin eruptions.
It cures or no pay. 25c at Delta
The new sawmill of Eyman A Bell
commenced sawing on Saturday,
with a surfeit of orders iu advance of
Dr. Say lor Is putting a private
telephone line connecting his real
deuce with the drug store.
liev. J, W. Cook, pastor of the
Friend's church, was euabled to fill
the pulpit again loot night, after a
severe attack of the grip.
"Fid" Bailey has about concluded
- na ...
from near Astoria.
Gardner Brothers' cigar factory has
a force of seven employes at work
coustautly, yet they are unable to
fill all orders coming iu.
Rev. Jos. Cowan has purchased 10
acres on the creek bottom, on the
outskirts of town and Is preparing it
for a vegetable farm.
About all the hops in this vicinity
have been sold. Onion and jioluto
buyers are still In the Held, biking
In the death of Nancy Jaue Rob
erts, at the residence of Matt Baker
on January 16, near Hood View,
one of the eldest of Oregon's inhabi
tants, Is no more. Her relatives
place her age at the time of death at
109 years. Her eldest sou (If he were
now living) would have reached the
age of 86 years, so her date of birth
must have been In the year 1793, or
In the time of Washington. She has
been blind and almost helpless for a
number of years past, and leases
three sons, the eldest of whom was
71 years, at the time of Iter d"Rth.
Su red Mini from Torture.
There is no more agonizing trouble
than plies. The constant itehiu
and burning makes life Intolerable.
No position Is comfortable. The tor
ture is unceasing. DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cures piles ut once. For
skin diseases, cuts, burns, bruises,
all kinds of wounds it is unequalled.
J. S. Gerall, St. Paul, Ark., says:
"From 1866 I suffered with the pro
truding, bleeding piles and could
find nothing to help me uutil I used
DeWitt's Witch Haael Halve. A
few boxes cnroplettly cured me."
Beware of counterfeits. Delta Drug
The sugar trust la the great Jpro-
moter of Cuban reciprocity. Cuba
does not want cheaper sugar In
America. Fur If we have cheaper
sugar here the price will remain
what it was befoas the repeal of the
tariff. Cheap sugar Is not whut the
Cubans and the American . sugar
trust want, and the consumer who
assists to remove tariff strangles the
home competitor who alone can rog,
ulate prices. If the American Sugar
Company has the welfare of tho con
suraer at heart, let it show its sin
cerity by removing the 1 cent per
found differential on refined sugar,
Clerk's Wise Suggestion
"I have lately been much troubled
with dyspepsia, belching and sour
stomach," writes M. S. Mead, lead
ing pharmist of Attleboro, Mass. "I
could eat hardly anything without
suffering several hours. My clerk
suggested I try Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure, which I did with most happy
results. 1 have had no more trouble,
and when one can go to eating mince
pies, cheese, candy and nuts after
such a time, their digestion must be
pretty good, I endorse Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure heartily." You don't
have to diet. Eat all the good food
you want, but don't overload me
stomach. Kodol Dyspesia Cure
digests your food. Delta Drug Store.
Legacy of the Grip.
Isofteua run-down system. Weak.
rices, nervousness, lacs 01 apiK-tiw,
energy and ambition, with disorder
ed liver and kidneys often follow an
attack of this wretched diseass. The
greatest need then is Electric Bitters,
the splendid tonic, blood purifier
and regulao of stomach, liver and
kidneys. Thousands have proved
that they wonderfully strengthen
the nerves, build up tho system and
rest ire to health and good spirits
after an attack of grip. If suffering,
try them. Only 60c. Perfect satis
faction guaranteed by Delta Drug
Saved licr Child's Life.
"In three weeks our chubby little
boy was changed by pneumonia al
most to a skeleton," wribs Mrs. W.
Watkins, of PlMsant City, O. "A
terrible cough set In, that, In spite of
a good doctor's treatment for several
weeks, grew worse every day. We
then used Dr. King's Mew Discovery
for Consumption, and our darling
wasi-oon sound and wII." Millions
know It's the only sure cure for
coughs, colds and all lung diseases.
Delta Drug Store guarantee satinfac-
tlon. 50c, II. Trial bottle free.
Illlaas Tat U VTark.
The wonderfal activity of the new
century Is shown by an enormous
demand for the world's best workers
Dr. King's New Life Pills. For
constipation, sick headache, bilious
ness or any trouble of stomach, kid
neys or liver they're unrivaled. Only
26o at Delta Drug Stora.
CALL FOR COJIVEXTIOSS.
A mass convention of the socialists
of Oregon is hereby called to muttt in
the city of Portland, Oregon, on
Wediifrubiy, tlio 19th day of March,
1902, st th hour of 10 o'clock a. m..
for the purpose of nominating a state
ticket for tho various offices to be
filled at the elections to he held in
this Htate on the 2d dHy of June of
this year, and for the traosaction of
other business of Interest to the so
cialist party ol the state.
Also ou the same day and iu the
same place a moss convention of the
xecoud congressional district of Ore
gon, is hereby called for the purpose
of making a nomination for congress
man from ha1 district, to be voted
on at tho coming Juno election. This
district comprises the ounties of
Clatsop, Columbia, Multnomah. B tk.
er. Crook. Gilliso). Grant. Harney.
Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Uma
tilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco and
On the following day, March 0
1902, a mat's eonventlmi of the so
cialists of the first congressional dis
trict of Oregon, is hereby called to
meet in Oregon City, Oregon, .ut the
hour of 1 p. ui., for the purpose of
making 9 nomination for congrees.
man from said district, to be voted
on at the coming June election. This
district comprises the counties of
Benton, Clackamas,' Coos, Curry,
Douglas, Jackson, Josephine, Klam
ath, Lake, Linn, Lane, Marion,
Polk, Tillamook, Washington, Yam
hill and Lincoln.
It is recommended that the county
iuiihs conventions, for the purpose of
nominating county tickets, shall be
held at county seats ef the various
counties on Wednesday, Msrch 6.
1902, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
This will pi iu) the county conven
tions exactly two weeks earlier than
the state convention, thus affording
opportunity for interchange of opin
ions, and making arrangements for
attending the state and congressional
Because of certain revisions in the
Australian ballot law, and because of
the further fact that tho soemllt par
ty iu this staters nn entirely now
party la the eyes t.t the law, Ihe
method of preuiuct election of dele
gates to county conventions, and del-
gates elected from these bodies to the
slate convention, cannot ho employ
ed la making our nominations this
spring. While in the principles ad-
voceted, the social-democratic and
the socialist party were the same,
yet according to the new law, the
socialist party is a new parly, and
can be represented on the official bal
lot by either of the two following
1. U calling a mass convent ion
of the electors of any county, district
er state, and if one hundred or more
electors meet iu such convention and
form an organized body, they may
make the nominations end file them
according to law without petition,
If the assembly of electors
number less than ono hundred, they
may form their organization end
make their nominations in the same
manner, but must accompany the
certificate of nominations by a peti
tion equal to five per cent of the en
tire vote of such county, district or
state, cast at the last preceding elec
tion, based on the vote for governor
or presidential election.
Dated at Albany, Oregon, this 29th
day of January, 1902.
C. S. Harnish,
W. S. Richards, Chairman.
Sec. State Com. k
Mot ice of Final Mcltlcment,
Notice is hereby given that the unlrr
signed, as asHi"tiec ol' tho cMata of Wm.
Liiaimers insolvent, nas men in mot;ir
cuit Court of the Htatn of Oregon lor Wiuth
ingion County, his linal account. ' such
assignee, and that said Court lias unpoint
ed Monday, the 21 day of March .ri, at 10
o'clock in tlio forenoon of said day as the
time lor linul settleiiniiiloi haul estate, ami
for hearing objections, if any, to the said
linal account, anil to the approval thereof.
n n. i, wn,
IB IT en
IN THE CIRCUIT
COUBT OF THE
I 8ato of
Oregon, for Warbington
Ella Huston, Plaintilf 1
II. R. Hollenheek and f
Christian Nlelsou, Defendant I .
To II. H llollenheck, one of the above
namej ilt Temmnts:
In the Name of the State of Oregon, you
are hereby required to aprx-ar and answer
the complaint or tne iiiiiintin witiini six
weeks from the date of tbelirst publication
of this summons, nnd if you fail so to ap
pear anil answer tne piuuitiu will apply io
he conn lor tne rjiicr cemnnMen lit Her
complaint, to-wit: for a judgment aguinxt
you lor ins sum oi 71110 un wim iiiiercsi
1 hereon at the r t of ten (l'i) tier cent, per
annum since Aug ist I-', and the sum
of f WOO attorney's fees slid the posts mid
disbursements of this antf; that a certain
mortgage executed by yon upon tha W li
of the H W 01 rectfon 22. T .1 N It W
of the Will. Mer. he foreclosed and said
lands ml,l lor the payment of the plal li
lts luilgmeiit. anil for such 0. tn r relief
as to the Court may appear eiiit ,b(e
This Hammons is served upon yon by
publication by order of the llono. able I.
A. Hood. Con: ty JtKlva of Wiislilm-tnn
County. Oiegon, which nder hi dated Veb
ruary 4th, hurl, ihe tirhe pre-criled in
said order in which yon are to answer the
same Is six weeks from th tint publica
tion 01 tins rminiiinns. bimi ine uatu or tne 1
tint publication of this bumiuons is the
7th day of Kehruary, '
n. u. juib ins, ;
87 43 Attorney lor Plaintiff. '
Wra Mohr makes boots
shop on Second street, Hi llshor-i
$5.E0 per pair, sewed shoes t
and gives special attention to r-;
ing. Heueonly flrst-grada f
which enables him to guarantee
Li tj crop 11mkc1.1t.rt' m- ,
iTojvsnnd rubioniu-tf 19
trruwu Kr.nkr. 'iliui'w t'io
mn'1-i't if the Furry iMuo.
iro Kerry'ii Somls anld
nil uii Itian tiny ot!w iySS
ImL .IU liy ull .laHlsru. JY rf1
i. W. F.rry ft. Co. vf'l I K V!
I I I u
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I' HAT
the County Huperint-miirnt "f Wash-
HIL'toil Count V. Un'cnli will 'l,l.l tl...
u'-r t-xiiuiiuiitiun of tppUcun( for Stale
" punty puners. t the I'ublio School
iiiuming, in uniKlioro, as follows;
For Mate f aptrs.
CominencniK Weilui-sUuy. February 12,
it ! o clock i. iu aim continuing until
batunlay, February 15, at o'ck?lc p. in.
V pdiicnilay I'cnnmnsiiip, history,
spelling, algebra, rending, school law.
Thursday Written arithmetic, theory
o tcnchiue, grammar, book keeping,
phy.iicu, civil government.
t riiiny-lhyiiiolofy. :ei;rapliy. menial
arilhmeiio, oompoHitiou, phmieal eeog
r.iphy, . ' " 8
r-atnrday Hot. 'in v, plan geometry, gen
crul history, Euuinfh literature, psychology
r'or oimtr I'apers.
Commencing Wednesday, fc'ebrunry 12,
at U o'clock a. m. , and continuing till Fri
dav. February 14, nt 4 o'clock p. m.
-Vcdneduy lYniuunnliip, history, or
Tuursday Written arithmetic, theory
or ti "iclung, grammar, school law.
idi'y-4i, ography. mental arithmetic,
pliyxiology, civil govern ment.
1'riinary t'erti Acute. 1
W ednesday Penmanship, orthography,
Thursday Art or questioning, theory of
teaching, methods, physiology,
H. A, BALL,
f-8 County Superintendent
AdmlnUtrnto' Male of Ileal
Itatate, , .
NOTICE 18 HKUK11Y OIVEN THAT
the undersigned, administrator of
the estate of William Chalmers, deceased,
1V virtu.i of an order nnd decree of the
County Court of Washington County, Or- .
egnn.i-'ade and entered on theHlhriayof
April, Ikwi, will on the 21th day of Febru
ary, l'jna, at tho south door of the Court
House, in Hillslioro, Orocou, at the hour
of 10 O'clock of said day, sell at publio
sale, to the highest bidder, the following
described real ostuW, to wit;
1'lr.U tract linniirliwt hv hi.ln!n- -
the 8 W corner of tho Koiilamin Cornelius
Jr UI.O, No 42,r 1KU1W, thenoe h on
i.T hiciuuii lo.tii ens to tiis s
W corner of land conveyed by Win. Chal
mers to James Hobb. bv deed rnrnnlnt nn
page 3110 of book 1", deed records of Wash
ington County, Oregon, tuenco N Hi" B
27,20 ehs, thence B 8U 51' K 42 cha to the
n & cornur ot the same, thonoe N lf E
0.65 chs to the N W corner of land con-
veyeu ny win. utialmers to IT, Chalmers,
by deed recorded on page '20ft of book U
of records of deeds of WaHuington County,
Oregon, thencn U 71 E 28.20 ens, thence N
m 14" H K (Iff chS7, thence 8 SI ii 15.03 chs
to the N K corner ol the above tract, theuce
N ia U' K H0.80 chs more or loss, tlieuce
W ao 04 cha to the S K norner nt tha tr,.t
conveyed by Benjamin Cornelius jr to
Wm, Chalmers, bv deed rwnnIM nn
4.(4 of book W, records of" deeds of Wash
ington County, dragon, thence N 12 E
to the N E comer of same, thence N 82 W
id. in ens, nience n B.su ens, thence N HA"
W5chs. thence 8 70" W i-h. ih.,,
N SH W 8ft cha, thence S 74" W 17.60 chs
to the W line of said claim No 42, thence 8
37.U2 cha more or less to the place of be
Also the tracts conveyed by A. 8. Dud
ley to Wm. Chalmers by deed recorded on
nage 74 or hook W records of dreds, Wash
ington County, Oregon.
ClfCOlld tract CoinninlU'lniy nn tha Itna
between the land of A. B. Dudley and Wm.
Chalmers sr 8. 10 cha K of tha corner in tint
angle of said lineb W from Dudley's mill,
llience H IN" w J.27 cha. thence N tti" 30'
K 0.S1 chs. thence H 18" E t'jn cha. thanna
8 l" )' E 0 Hi chs to the pluce of be
ginning, containing one-tenth of an acre.
Third tract Commencing In the center
of Dairy Creek where the lino between
said Dudley and Chalmers crosses lh;i
same in claim No 42, thence N4ir:t0'KS
chs, thence H 7o W W U.M chs, to laid
center of creek, thence down same 1,25
chs, to the pluce of beginning, containing
0.1 a seres.
Excepting the tract conveyed by William
(Planners to A. H, Dudley by deed recorded
on page 73 of book W of records of deeda
ol Washington County, Oregon and descri
bed by beg'nning at a stone corner in
angle on line between said Dudley and
Chalmers south of the bridge . in the
comity road, thence 8 OU" ;s0 W
li.fVI oh. thence H 0.:9 chs. thenca N t!e
20' K S.rjchs, thence n 0,10 cha to the place
r i. !"...... .
01 11,'ginniiig couuuuing u,u acres, con
taining in nil iMVi acres more or less,
Terii'S of Sule: One-third cash, one
third in one year, and balance in two
years. Deferred navmenta to bear Interest
at the ratio of ten p, r cent per annum to be
secured by mortgage on the lend sold, .
Dated at ilillsboro. Oroiron this 121 duv of
! . : - . Tuna nriNKirr r. ' 1
Ailmiiiistrator-dc-boiiis-non of the estate
or Wm, Chalmers, deceased.
8. li. Jiuston, Atty for Estatu. 3ri-40
All persons knowing themsolves
indebted tu the undersigned are re
quested to uakasotUernent. ' .
' -. H. T. lilNKLATEK.
huiiM) ftMnra eo., erw vees.