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HILXSBORO, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1903.
E. H. TOSliLE,
U 1 LLHUOUU, UUKUOM.
Ornoa: Rooma J, 4, S, Moras) Bloaa.
W. S. BARRETT,
'I TO UN K Y-AT-LA W,
Osutrsl Btoss, Kmi eaal f.
Irrii.e: Huotu C aad f. Morgan Mush.
JOHS M. WALL,
. Bailey Morgan Itlock, Rooms 14 2
H. T. L1.1KLATER, M. B. C. U,
pIIYHICIAN AND SURGEON
H1LLHBOUO, OBKOUN. -
Drams: at restdenoa. eaal of eourt
brawl, where b will b roana at all
wtien uut visiting patients.
J. V, TiVIESlE, A.
g P. It. It. SURGEON,
UILLHBOUO. U EON.
Ornoa 4HD Kuidiwi I sornsr Third
null Main Blrsets. Offlo hours, 840 to It
.in., 1 to ft and 7 to 8 p. n. Telephone to
residanoe from Brook Bets' Urugsloes si
all bourn. All cells promptly
night or day.
K A. BilLET, M. L.
pilYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office M organ-Kailey Block, tip tain.
room a 12, U ana I a. Keetasnoe, a. w. uw.
hia. I. in and MMuad itrMil.
j. e. adkikm,
hills boro, oregon.
Orru a Houaa: 0 a. m. to i :30 p. m.
Oific in Union Muck over Pharmacy
A. K. Hi I LET, 1. M. 8.
K xmiH 10 and 11 Morgan-Bailey blk.
Olliee Hours: 9 to 12 tod I to 4 p. m.
PO R KHT a KO V K, OREGON
Kestarti ilal teeth $.V&0 per sat. Content
nml Aninlgam fillings 60 cents each. Uold
lining irom ii up. vitalised air lot paln-
Ornoa i tor doora north of Brisk
tore. Ornoa boora from Hi, a, to p. at,
Grand Railroad Excursion!
Cfeird Annual exeurtioa ai Picnic
GIVEN BY SUNSET LODGE NO 130
BROTHERHOOD OF It.ULKOAD TRAINMEN.
.. SUpAY, JflflY 31st, 1903.
Traim will be run from The Dalles on-the O R & N R R, from
Sheridan, Monmouth, Eugene, Coburg and way points on the Southern
Pacific, and also several boats will be chartered to carry the large crowds
of excursionists to Portland, wheie they will be entertained the entire
day by first class wholesome amusements. '
Hawthorne Park situated ou Hawthorne Avenue and East 12th
streets has been leased for the occasion. This park contains n area of
nine acres, is abuudently shaded by beautiful trees and shrubbery, has
within its confines a beautiful lake which is fed by an everflowing
spring of the purest water, and is an ideal place to spend a day of
' SOME OF THE ATTRACTIONS.
The program of amuaements will cnnmtt of first class uiuiic, popular songs ly
talented quartets. Wenaal ional feats of equipoise ou th high wire. Imperial
Troupe of Royal Japaneww Acrobats iii all their Oriental splendor. A company of
color Jubilee 8ingers la song soil atones from the sunav strath. Wonderful
feat of strength and skill oa Roman Rings. Marvelous Hoop Rolling and Juggling.
Grotesque Acrobats tiymnaBts and funny clown. You will are all three and
aaany others at I lie trainmen Excursion aul Picnic at Beautiful Hawthorn Park.
This eivursion i given for the purpose of obtaining funds to asuat in providing
relief tor sick and disabled railroad men and their families. You are cordially iu
viled to come, bring your family aud friend and spend a day of wholesome amuse
ments. Lunches and light refreshments served on the grounds.
ROUND TRIP RATES INCLUDIXU ADMISSION TO PARK, 1.
' Train schedule aud program of amusements' will be distributed at a later date.
For further information imiuire of env Southern Pacific Conipany Agent or
address I'. C. LOU kS, 28 Multnomah Black, PertlaaC, Orsgsa.
Who Pills Yoiir Prescription?
If we fill your prescription or re
' . cipe it is filled with the best quality
. ; - ' of drug, and full-weight 'without
over charge fot honest service.
' We pay no one to send you to us
j , , and therefore, it PAYS YOU to
bring your prescription here. A
goodly numler of people are al-.
' - ready aware of this ami a trial wilt - -
1 , convince you.
Tbe following; am the resolutions
adopted by the Eugene Convention
sndeonttitute the platform on hKh
Hon. Binder Herman .will stsnd
duriDB this rampaign:
"Resolved, That wo hereby record
our high appreciation of the private
worth and the public wrviifs of the
late Hon. Thos. H. Tongue, OongreM-
uian from thiit ilintric t, and we de
plore his death as a Ims to his state
and tbe Nation.
"Resolved, Tlmt we recognise
Theodore Kooecvelt, President of the
United Siatoo, as aitalwart type of
Amenlan fitiaenship, worthy of
these, the beet dtiys .if the lt-jpublic,
and we heartily indorse his position
upon the gr'at ul!ic questions of
the day aud his Hilniinistratioo, and
be It resolved further, that he be ez
leuded the hoHpifalities of this stste
upou the occasion of his proposed
"Resolved, That we do hereby
indorse and reaQlrm tho platform of
the last Oregou Rule Republican
"Resolved, That the Republican
party of this Coiigiencional district
favors and will earnestly lalwr for
the huproveiuent of our rivers and
Imrhors by Clio National Govern-
Made Von u it Again.
"One of Dr. Kinij'9 New Life Pills
ach nitrht for two wet ks has put uie
t-ln my 'teens' a:iin'' writes D. H
Turner of Deniiwey town, Pa. They 're
tbe bent In the w"rld for Liver,
Siouiai'h and Btiweis. Purely vege
table. Never Kripo Oiily 23a. 'at
Kl'IIY ASSEMBLY SO. 20, VHLTED
UILI.SlM)RO, OREGON, "
IJEtil'I.AR meeting on Monday even
ing of nuh week al Oddfellows
II ill, HillnlMiro. Members please attend.
qnlfkir auMwrtikin our opinion frM viMhtr am
lnrrntln ! prohnHtf pAtpntkhMt. Con ru unto.
lionairtrttlrrtnttlfnflaU. II anlbwk tm VaAmntB
titt Irtws, Him( gursMnT ftr txcfjnifl Mtsmtav.
raienifl tkkn ihronsrh Uunn A lo f09tw
tptciiti ntttct wit bout chsirgsx lk tb
A hanMstmc-lr MtiPirfx1 wk1r. I at t ml eti
CUllltHrtl ,tf -ill BVMHmftf VHtmavl. TrUsV M m
yrp; r..nr ntotitrta, $L aK44 by tUt tiwd4ilM-.
auawik uaok t Su Waakumiua. Ii. U
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
Any boaest, intelligent dinggist or pliysioian will teI you that narcotic poisone
) as optum, henoaoe, ueaaiy nigliunatle or cocaine ana mercury are and nave
been since tbe Dark Ai as nsed in all Pile Medicines, and that such tnedicatioa
really perpetuates Pile. Veins Pile cure is not a relic of the Dark Ages, hence
contains no narcotics or meicurr, souou Kewara u a trace of any narcotio or mer
cury caa be foudd in Verui.. All others conta n narcotics or mercury. Deny It H
you dare moss backs. $60 Reward if Verne fails to cure any case of Piles. Worst
case to red with one bos ol Verus. Over 10,000 permanent caree ia five years :
Sold in Hillnboro by the Twentieth Century Store:
The Hillsboro Pharmacy.
l. OAVIKS. O. T. BELCHER
psssidsnt. aao-v amo trsas. i
St. Charles Hotel
Ereat aad MerrUea Streets, PerUaaa Oregea.
Clectrie LigbU, Electrle Bells and Hydraolle Elevator.
ssatSite 60e, Saltea, 75, U ft, Uee4 ResUaraat
Give us a call,
DAVIS & BELCHER, Managers.
A farmer Straightened Ont.
"A ronn living ona furra hear here
came in a short time ago completely
doubled up u ii h rheumatism. I
handed him a bottleof Chamberlain's
Psin B.tlm and told him to use It
freely and if not satisfied after using
It he need not psy a cent fot It," snys
C. P. Rsydr.of Jttena Mills, N. Y
"A few days later ho walked Into the
store as straight as a string and bund
ed me a dollar ssying, "give me
another bottle of Chamberlain's Palp
Balm. I want it in the house all the
time for It cured me." For sale by
Delta Drug Store.
la now executing the laws. It is oo
longer an open question. Congress
has power 'to coutrol the trusts.
Even so tenacious a states rights
democrat as Mr. Reames now admits
this and would fain pass it off as
democratic discovery. It will not
be accepted. The democratic party
wedded to the c-:rpe of ct.te right
and Instigtted by a spirit ol unreas
ooing opposition to republican meas.
ures has long sod ersistently stood
In the way of federal coutrol of the
mighty corpoiations we designate as
All those measures and policies,
which so certainly . have advanced
our national greatness, have given
us amazing material and industrial
development and brought unexaui
pled prosperity, were sullenly aud
persistently opposed by the demo
cratic party. This is history. Many
of the most beneticient of thoxe meas
ures and oliciua would be reversec
set aside, destroyed, were that party
again in power. This would be his
tory repeating itlf. Yet, Mr,
11 -sinew, a democrat, a good demo
ctat in perfect accord with his party,
saturated with its spirit of negation,
obstruction and blind partiztnship
would have us believe he is better
fitted for usefulness In congress than
Mr, Herman, notwithstanding the
hitter's most valuablo experience and
approved fitness. Republicans, and
we believe not a few democrats, will
efuse to take Mr. Reames at his
own self estimate. Corvallis Gaswtte.
BE IT KEMEHBEltEIr.
W offer On Hundred iKillara Reward
for any cSeof catarrh thai cannot txi cur-
el by Hall e' atarrh Cure.
E. J. CHKKKY A Co., Prop., Toledo, O.
We. the underaicnM. hive known V. J.
Cheney for the laet la yeira. and believe
ni.a perrrctiy honoranle In all busmen
tranaaetiooa, and financially able to carry
sui any o 'licaiiona niaue or tneir nrm.
Meat A Truai. Wlioleeale UruegiHta.
II tmi Vm Kin iiwm
ttn tU ) 11 Hm Mwtn JutV
eanU ' ,wt lJg
Waldinc kinnan A
Wholesale Uragguita. To1elo. U
Hati 'a Catarrh Cure ie taken internally,
acting directly apon Hi blood aiul mu
soue arfaes of the eyntem. Teslimon
isl nt fre. Pnc 7&o per bol tie. Sold
by sll druggist,
Hall's Family Pills are the beat.
ACRCS Is aaetloa Sllllll timber
horned bv esrlv fbreat Sre. f.anS Ittv&l
and eaally rlesred. Ooad, sow, for nanur.
siresm of filar Ihrouf h tract Prlca (vw iwr
acr. Tble la auap. Addraaa D. r. osmbell,
Ml Kesmay Street, iVvtlsud, Oreaoa.
We want a repreaeLtatlve la every city atld
Iowa In ihla atst to eraaeot oar bmioew. Our
propnaitlo ta as iepuaasl one sn4 oSera lo a
good. relisM. biHMat parly, l(0 ralerance. not
le than tliO. pr moal. No csavaaalnf or
apDoluiIng of aernla bant Site, Irfitiaui
IxMine. Addrna wllb alamp. O. l PulaUer A
ta., Luaibef lacbaaas, SestUe, Wasblna-toa.
Te fare a Tela In One IHj.
rt'i Ltt!lv Biai Quinine
Tablets. All druggiata refund the
money If it falls to cure. E. W,
O n ire's slgnltur Is on each box. 25c.
Mr. Reames says congress
power to control the trusts,
should have explained that it
reserved lor a republican president to
insist In unquivocal terms that con
gress exercise that power.
For years the democratic party
has demanded that trusts and cor
porations should bo controlled.
When it has control of both the
legislative and executive branches of
government, It made no real attempt
to institute any measure of control.
When such measures were attempted
by the republican parly they were
opposed by democrats as an usurpa
tion of power belonging only to the
several states The wicked trusts and
corporations had been brought into
existence through the operation of
state laws. Their rights, priveleges
and powers were defined and protect
ed by the charter granted to them by
state laws, and the federal govern
ment could not touch them unless
the national constitution were first
amended. The democratic party,
always the party of ultra state
rights, invoked th? ghost of the dead
doctrine and sent it Jabbering through
the halls' of congress. The party
press repeated the fearful mutterlngs
with many a dnrk Innuendo and
retlly succeeded in frightening not
a few well meaning men Into accept
ing federal control of trust as an
assault upon stato rights. .
The Sherman anti-trust law by
this means, made inadequate to
exercise control before it was permit
ted to be enacted. It was given out
that congress had exhausted its con
stitutional power and could do noth
ing further. In apite of the weakness
and possiblo trischery of a few
republicans, the great republican
party has ever been honest in its
purpose to control harmless trusts.
Its accredited leaders and hundreds
of its rank and file believed efficient
control without constitutions! amend
ment lay in the power of congress,
A president confirmed in this view
by theopinionof his attorney-general
called for amended legislation. He
A Sure Thing.
It is said that nothing Is sure ex
cept death and taxes, but that is not
altogether true. Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption is a sure
cure for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Mrs.
C. B. VanMetre of Shepherdtown,
W. Va., says "I had a severe case of
Bronchitis and for a year tried every
thing I heard of, but got no relief.
One bottle tf Dr. King's New Dis
covery then cured mo absolutely."
It's infallible for Croup, whooping
Cough, Grip, Pheumonla and Con
sumption. Try it. It's guaranteed
by Bailey's Pharmacy
Trial bottles free. Reg. sizes 60c, $1.
By a Perslsteat Cough, but Perma
nently Cured by Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy.' Mr. II. P. Burhage,
a student at law, in Grtenville, S. C.
had been tioubled four or five years
with a continuous cough which ho
sajs, "greatly alarmed me, causing
me to fear that I wasln the first stage
of consumption." Mr, Burbnge
having seen Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy advertised, concluded to try
it. Now read what he says of it:
"I soon felt a remarkable change and
alter using two bottles of the twenty-
five cent size, was permanently cured.
Sold by Delta Drug Store.
purposes continuous, and will add
immensely alike to our commercial,
military and naval strength.
"The Inevitable march of events
gave us tbe control of the Philippine
Islaud at a time so opportune that
it may, without Irreverence be called
providential. Unless we show our
selves weak; unless we show our
selves degenerate sons ot the sires
from whose loins we sprang, we
must go on with the work that we
bsvo begun. I earnestly hope that
this work will always be peaceful
iu character. We infinitely desire
peace, aud tho surest way to obtain
it is to show we are not afraid of war.
We should deal in a spirit of fairness
and justice with all weaker nations,
aud we should show to the strongest
that we are able to maintain our
rights. Such showing cannot be
made by bluster, for blustering
merely invites i contempt. Let us
speak courteously, (dual fairly and
keep ourselves armed and ready.
If wedo these things we can count
on the peace that comes only to the
ust man armed, to the Just man who
neither fears nor Inflicts wrong.
"We must keep on building and
maintaining a thoroughly efficient
navy, with plenty of the beet and
most formidable ships, with an ample
supply of officers and men, and with
these officers and men trained in the
most thorough way to tbe best possl
ble performance of their duty. Only
thus can we assure our possitlon in
tbe world at laige, and In particular
our position here on the Pacific, It
behooves all men of lofty soul, who
re proud to belong to a mighty
nation, to see to It that we fit our
selves to take and keep a great
position In the world, for our proper
place in the expanding nations and
the nations that dare to be great, and
that we accept, with confidence, a
place of leadership in the world.
All our people should take this post
tlon, but especially you of California,
To Cure a Cold in One Day
To Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.,? pp
8ww tea We son u att 2 Montha. Thk lisnatore. S?jyr
fat Two Days.
ROOSEVELT IS CALIEORMA.
The following are "tbe extended
remarks made by President Roose
velt in California and aie the first
made since leaving the Missouri river
"Before I saw the Pacific Slope, I
was an expansionist; and after having
seen it I fail to understand how any
man, confident of his country's great
ness, and glad that bis country
should challenge, with proud confi
dence, our mighty future, can be
anything but an expansionist. In
the century that is opening, the
commerce and the progress of the
Pacific will be factors of incalculable
moment in the history of the world.
"Now, in our day, the greatest of
all the oceans, of all .the seas, and the
last lo be used on a large scale by
civilized man, bids lair to become,
in its turn, the first in point of im
portance. Our mighty Republic has
stretched across the Pacific, and now
in California, Oregon and Washington
in Alaska and Hawaii and the Philp
pines, holds an extent of coast line
which makes it of necessity a power
of the first class on the Pacific. The
extension In the area of our domain
has been Immenst; the extension in
the area of ourlnflueuoe even greater.
"America's geographical position
on the Pacific is such as to Insure
our peaceful domination of its waters
in the future, If only we grasp with
sufficient resolution, the advantages
of this position. We are taking long
strides In this direction, as wittier
the cables we are laying down and
tbe great steam-hip lines we are
starting steamship lines some of
whose vessels are larger than any
freight carriers tbe world h yet
seen. We have taken the first steps
toward digging an isthmian canal,
to be under our own control, canal
which will make our Atlantic and
Pacific coast lines to all intents anil
tor mucn or our expansion must go
through the Golden Gate, and the
states of the Pacific Slope must
inevitably be those which will be
raort benefited by and take the lead
n the growth of influence along the
coasts and Islands of that mighty
ocean where Kast and 'West finally
"My countrymen, I believe in you
with all my heart, and am proud
that It has been granted me to be a
citizen In a nation of such glorious
opportunities, and with the wisdom,
the hardihood and the courage to
rise level to Its opportunities."
SEWS OE THE STATE.
II is whispeied around that A. B.
Hammoud is about to build a grand
hotel In Astoria and start the town to
Tbe Oregon City publie school
have abolished the 11th grade but tbe
studies taken in that grade have been
provided for In the 10th. -Same work
for students but fewer teachers.
The Crown Paper Mill has received
600 lous of sulphur. The Willamette
has received an additional 600 tons,
making the sulphur, importations of
the two mills 1000 tons. The men
who were sent from hero to load sul
phur barges in Portland received
longshoremen wages, 12.75 per day.
Oregon City Courier.
The big strike of the employees of
tbe Sumpter lumber company is over.
The committee on arbitration, con
sisting of five citizens, reported con
demning tbe strike and exonerating
Manager Stoddard for employing
Japanese labor. The men went to
work at once. Five hundred men
were effected In loggiug and other
branches ot business, .
W. A. Greer, the man who bar
gained for the L. W, I larger place.
paid 1200 to cement the trade and
then changed his mind left Tuesday
with his family for Kansas. If we
can't locate immigrants out here.
the next best thing Is to put a little
cash in circulation on the easy terms
on which this gentlemen planted his
1200. Newberg Graphic.
Yamhill County has bought a tract
of 120 acres of land uearMcMinnvlile
which is to be used for a poor farm.
Tbe price paid was f 10.00 per acre or
a total of 1 1800.00. The court was in
Hillsboro a few weeks ago. Inspecting
tbe system In vogue here for caring
for paupers, and this purchase la sup
posed to mean tbe adaption of similar
J. A. Culledge of Verbena, Ala,
was twice in the hospital from a se
vere case of piles causing 24 tumors.
After doctors and all remedies failed,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly
arrested further Inflammation and
cured him. It conquors aches and
kills pain. 25s. at Bailey's Pharmacy
Mr. Joseph Pominville, of Still
water, Minn., after having spent over
12,000 with' the best doctors for
stomach trouble, without relief, was
advised by bis druggist, Mr. Alex.
Richard, to try a box of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets. He did
so, aud is a well man today. If
troubled with Indigestion, bad taste
in the mouth, lack of appetite, or
constipation, give these Tablets a
trial, and you are certain to be more
than pleased with the result. For
sale at 25 cents per box by Delta
A Startling Test.
To save a life, Dr. T. G. Merritr,
of No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a won
derful cure. He writes, "a patient
was attacked with vl lent hemorr
hages, caused by ulceration of tbe
stomach, I had often found Electric
Bitters excellent for acute stomach
and liver troubles so I prescribed
The present Port of Portland Com.
mission will pursue a policy of mas
terly inactivity about giving way to
their successor! on May 21. The rea
son is that in the opinion of the attor
neys of the board tbe act of the last
legislature creating the new commis
sion Is unconstitutional, because It is
defective in several particulars. The
new act, ft Is alleged, does not lepeal
the act of 1901, creating tho present
On Saturday afternoon the fine herd
of Jersey cattle owned by Mr. H, B.
Thielson, of Salem, was sold at pub
lic auction lit tbe state fair grounds,
when fine registered animals were
sold for a song. Nearly all the ani
mals sold were pure bred Jerseys, the
cows having excellent records -as
milkers, but there seemed to be little '
demand for them, and they went at
ruinous prices. Thirty-two head of
cattle brought a total of I860. A four-year-old
bull, registered, brought $21,
and the cows and heifers from $15 up
to $32, while three yearling beifers
went at $9 each.
The Baptist church in Portland
was packed to suffocation on the eye
ing of May 14th for the trial of Rev.
Alexander Blackburn. Capt. J. A.
Sladen, U, S. Circuit Court clerk, pre
sided. A motion, "the present paa-
lorial relations of this church be not
disturbed." was passed without
dissenting voice. A rising vote was
called for and a large majority rose to
their feet. This alarmed the kickers
and there Was no dissendlng vote.
This settles tbe question among Port
land Baptists that a man may marry
again 13 months after bis wife'
death, especially if the bride is a
handsome young widow of unble
mished character. Astoria Daily
John Czolgoez, brother of the mur-
them. The patient gained from the derer of McKinley, was placed under
first, and has not had an attack In 14
months." Electric Bitters are posi-
tive'y guaranteed for Dyspepsia,
Indigestio.i, Constipation and Kidney
troubles. Try them. Only 50c at
arrest at Los Aogelea and" kept in
jail while President Roosevelt re
mained In town.
Tee Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood
someone has died from an attack of
colic or cholera morbus, often before
medicine could be procured or a
physician surttmoned. A reliable
remedy lor these diseases should be
kept at hand. The risk Is too great
for auyono to take. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
has undoubtedly saved the lives of
more people and relieved more pain
and suffering than any other medicine
In ue. It ran always he depended
upon. For sale by Delta Drug Store.
Bui Mr. Reames is in favor of un
restricted free trade with the Philip
pines. On this point bo has no ad
vantage over any one of Oregon's
members of congresi In either branch
and none whatever over Mr. Her
mann. The commercial spirit of the
Northwest desires free trade with tbe
Philippines. The majority In con
gress deemed this inexpedient at
present but made a large reduction in
tariff rates in favor of insular com
meroe Corvallis Gazette.
When you want a pleasant physl
try Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets, They areeasy to take
and pleasant In effect. For sale by
Delta lh-ug Store.