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HILLSBORO. WASHINGTON" CPU 01!EGOX. VRWW. OCT. 12, 1900.
Jjlllsboro Independent I DEVELOPMENTS
HIVING BATH, iWisheu"
IN SNYDER CASE
OKKICIAL roir.NTV I'AI'KU.
OMK DoI.I.AK 1'KKYKAKIN ADVANCK
Republican in Politics.
4DvitiiriiiiNu Katie : Display, oo cent
n Inch, aiiiKle column, (or four Inaer
tiona; reading uolU-e, ohm cent a word
icli luaortlou (nothing ! than 15
eeuta) j profemiional card, one inch, 1
monih ; lodge tarda, $. a year, paya-
, MRS. SNYDER IN HILLSBORO.
Sha laentiflea th Remain ana la
Paaitiva Har Huabane Waa Mar-)re1-.From
The general theme ot conversa
ble quarterly, (notice am resolution I ia this week, on the street, in
the court house and ou the trains,
has been the Snyder tragedy. The
wife of the dead man was in town
last Sunday and identified ' the ef
fects found on the skeleton and the
the gold crowned teeth in the jaw.
She returned to Portland Sunday
evening, promising to return Mon
day noon, but she failed to do so.
On Wednesday she wired District
Attorney Alleu that she would go
to Hilisboro Thursday morning,
sure. What she knows, or now
much she will tell, remains to be
found out, and the "sweating" pro
cess already prepared for her bene
fit, may or may not disclose a great
deal. Following are reports of a
few of the many stories and tele
grams referring! directly to Snyder
and his murder, gathered from dif
ferent sources, that has been float
ing about since our last issue:
George Perry, whose name has
been mentioned in recent dispatches
Office, upstair, over The Delta. Drug from Portland as having had a tele-
Btore. Ottlce houra H to 12 ;lliH, ami ni,nn- rnnrutinn ,ith r.
i .1... - f t r ' w" '
ii me evening iruui i io ir u i . , . .
uci, iuc uiguioi i lie i-orcsi orovc
bank robbery, is at his home in In
dependence, Mo. He does not deny
the story that he talked to Snyder
over the telephone from Hilisboro
the night of December 3, 1005. But
he explains the circumstances in
A TVCUk IU t UUldllU lit 1 y3 I LI
visit the Fair, and while there
wrote to Snvder. He reolied hen-
Office: Morgan Ralley block, op- . . .
atalra. rooma 1J. 13 and 15. . Realdenca " l" WUJC uuwn lu "ic iau-u
a. W. cor. iiaae Line and Second ata. and spend a week with him. I went
. . -
and id t-.th mh n. ..
tree to advertising lodges).
E. B. TONGUE
ATTO RN E V AT LA W
Office: Rooma 3. 4 and 6. Morgan Blk.
W. N. BARRETT
Office: Central Block, Rooms 6 and 7.
Office, in Union lilk., with S. B. 11 111. ton
THOS. H. TONGUE JR.
Jdi(: kooius J, 4 and 5, Morgun Block
8. T. LINKLATER. M. B. C. M.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
J. P. TAMIESIE, M. D.
8. P. R. R. 8URQEON
Redldene cortmr Third anil Mtln; orflee np
tirovtr Delia uruii i"re; noun, i.wuiiim.
I lo IV mil l 7 lot p. ni. Telophuu to rewdviiua
from lielia Jrua uri. Ailvtlli promptly u-
worad Qjr or umuk.
F. A. BAILEY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
F. J. BAILEyTwi. .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Morgan-Halley block, UP'
atalra with F. A. Halley. Realdenca.
N. E. corner Third and Oak ata.
A. B. BAILEY, M. I).,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllo over ItatleT'a lrug more. Olllee hour,
from , to U, 1:iw U), and 7 lo 9. Kertrtrm
t bird bonne north of oily electric llKbi plaut.
!! promptly auemleil day or uutn. Hotn
MARK B. BUMP,
Notary Public and Collections.
Of the best Fish, Game and
Meats. Our delivery is prompt
and in all parts of Hilisboro.
We have inaugerated a
new Schedule in; Prices
and this together with our de
livery system makes this lulls
boro's popular market.
Corwin & Heidcl.
Having purchased the Central
Meat Market, we wish to announce
o former patrons and the public,
that we have established a free de
livery and have reduced the prices
on all meats. For the best cuts
Kcr service possible we res
pectfully solicit your patronage.
tnra " tetnrneq tv rvt TIm
he wrote to me again, asking me to
come. I auswered, telling him that
I was going back to Kansas City
and would stop off and see liim and
for him to meet me.
"When I got to Hilisboro, Carey
was not there and. I decided to stay
all night, j Then. I called Carey ov
er the telephone and asked why he
did not meet roe. He was 'sore
for some reason or other. I sup
posed he had had some trouble with
his wife. I asked ; him when . he
was coming to town and he said he
didn't know, maybe never.
"That made me 'sore' and I said
All right, this is good bye for me
He said, 'all right,' and rang off and
I went back to Portland. So far as
my having anything to do with the
murder of Carey Snyder, that it is
all a put up job on the part of the
Pinkerttms to implicate me in the
bank robbery of Forest Grove I
was in Hillslwro the night it was
pulled off but I know nothing about
it. The first knowledge I had of it
was through the newspapers.
Carey is largely responsible for
my name being connected with this
affair. It was his idea of a hero.
because he and I were confined to
gether at the county jail here. He
was crazy over dime novels and
whenever he talked of pulling off
some big hold-up or tr lin robbery
he invariiibly connected my name
DR. A. A. BURR1S,
Tts.M rnre.1 without ilruita or but
mi br magnetic onteopathy, la new
" i--..- r.1 ilrmrloM li"Rlina. lonaulla
tion free. Otlica over the Ukery.
II. mil row era Sample an.1 correspond
.no eolicitod with a view to buying
their hoi at ruHna market pricea.
Hans C. Wahlberg,
221, Morrlton St., Cor. 1st
TortUnJ. Telephone, Ta ific MO.
citing Ler to appear la llillnboro and tea-
tify before Uarrieon Allen, the distr.ct
attorney, concerning tier knowledge of
the circumntancee aurroundinv the niya
terioua death of her tiueband, Carey M.
Snyder. It ia hoped the atory of the
young widow will lead to the apprehen
aion of the bon vivant and son of the
Kanaaa City millionaire.
Thj diatrict attorney's suiumoua,
aigned by hi deputy, Bert Tongue, of
ilillaboro, waa eervad upon Mr. Snyder
at 10:30 o'clock in front ot the Hotel
Portland, where aha ia reglatered, by A.
U. Vaughn, of Portland, representing
Sheriff Connell, of Washington county,
Sheriff Council came to Portland upon
tbla miiution earlier in the day, but w aa
unable to find Mr. Snyder, and returned
home, leaTing the matter in charge of
Mr. Snyder made no objection to re
turning to Ilillaboro and telling what
lie know concerning the tragedy, al
though aha had failed to go after prom
iaing the authorities Sunday that he
would do a There ia a general impres
sion that she could reveal more than she
has yet seen fit to lay before tha officer,
and it I hoped that w hatever additional
facta she poeaaeii will be brought out
In her teatimony. To friend ahe haa
said that ahe will tell everything that
gheknowa, at the same time maintain
ing that her previou statement had
been correct lu every detail.
"I will not Bay a word. Too much haa
already been publiahed in the paNra,"
waa the only statement that Mra. Sny
der would make when seen by a report'
er. She waa greatly agitated when aked
to talk for publication, and ber beaatiful
face ahowed the in ark a of the Bovere
atrain which luta been upon her and the
awful errand which ba called her to
Oregon from her Eastern home.
Now that the identification of the re
main of Carey Snyder haa been made
positive by the testimony of hi wife, it
ia said that It. M. Snyder, father of the
murdered man, will come immediately
to Portland, lie wrote to a friend that
he would come aa aoon a the identity of
the corpae ahould be established, and
word ia expected at any time that he ia
on the way. It ia aaid that he i deter
mined to go to the bottom of the cae
and, if possible, convict the perpetrator
of the cowardly crime.
IN 30 DAYS
CONTtS4 AT TILLAMOOK.
Trylnf t Cr T'mt"' Ground
to Twi f M,kl"9 Con-trafr-
ItKI.IIVI 8NTDC I AI.IV
A dispatch trom
October 6th. aart
Although Coroner Ragley and the cor
oner'a jury hare identifl ed the body
found near tliero aa that of Carey M.
Snyder, the authorities hi m are Investi
gating report thatSnydur ia still alive
and in biding and tlutt the skeleton found
near II illation waa place i there either
by Snyder, oe friend, to deceive the de
tectivea who had buen a hi trail for
Snyder hta taen m fugi live o kag and
ha led th Kanaaa Cit. f police 4epart-
ment uth an elusive cb am that fce au
thoritieelmo believe tb identification
ot tbo body ahouM be m ide coaaplrte In
every detail before being accept! fi
nal. Theawtboritie t e their wepi
ciona that Snyder it tl Q alive eat tact
w hlch tliey dV-i'lin .at th la tiaae to anake
A fulfrea waa aa rred
in Portland apoa 1 Ir.
The Telegram of Tuesday evening haa
Mra. Madge Snyder, wife of the mur-
fcrfy"3Ib.&Ue.r oVey-thF fceA Vr-l.
Washington county authontie in erv
ing a ubpeni upon ber In thi city laat
night requiring her to go to Hlllaboro to
morrow and tell all she know about the
mysterious death of her husband. She
ia annoyed by the action of all the offi
cer since the bank robbery, and the dis
appearance of Mr. Snyder. She think
ahe la being unnecessarily hounded and
be la very angry at the imdnoation
that ahe know more about the cane than
he haa told.
She was located at the Portland Hotel
laat night by Detective Andy Vaughn,
who received a ubpena from Sheriff Con-
nell, of Washington county in the after
noon, ordering the woman to appear be
fore District Attorney Harrison Allen to
morrow morning. She wa erved by
Vaughn a she walked out of the hotel
toward the poetoftlce. She declined to
talk, except to expreea the hope that the
mystery would be ferreted out and that
ahe would be Ictt alone pretty soon.
To a friend ahe complained moat bit
terly of the manner ia which the detect
Ivee have dogged her. "I have told
everything I know about the case time
and again," ahe aid to the friend, "but
they insinuate that I know mora and re
late to talk. Goodness knows, if I knew
anything more I would tell it ; I have
aodiing whatever to conceal, and it I
decidedly annoying to have the Insinua
tion comttantly thrown at me that I am
concealing something. The detectives
dogged me after my husband disappeared
and mad life miserable after I had told
them everything I knew. Now they are
repeating the performance. It ia bad
enough to be in my position without be
ing hounded to death for Information
that one oWin't possess."
Mm. Snydtr maintain atrict silence
toward fry one but one or two close
friends, aaJ thi morning refused to be
een at all tiy any one.
A. M. Betkard. of the Northwest (lun
Store, in explaining hi interest ia the
ce and his assistance to Mr. Snyder,
said : "I wish to say that I have no per
oiial interest in the matter whatever
I became connected with Snyder through
the fact that he waa a ateadv customer
of mine and hia father wrote me a per
sonal letter asking m to let th boy
have anything ho wanted, and to look
out for and aid bia wife in any way I
could. What I have don waa done for
these reaaona. I know nothing mors
about the case than I known by every
one else, and I do not care to know
'When Mrs. Snyder arrived Saturday
night he brought me a personal letter
from R M. Snyder requesting me to ro
to Hilisboro with her and aaaiat in iden
tifying the remain of th boy, and if I
were satisfied there wa no mictak, to
har the body prepared tor shipment
and to assist Mrs. SnyJer in any way I
Preoarat4 for ginning con
struction t m various railroad
projects at Il-nd are being
made, andithin '"e next thirty
days atleas"ree new actions will
be under wt Tbe Pl4cific Railway
Navigatiico,nPanr " t0
assembling FPment to start con
.trnrtinn k from Tillamook to
A contes1'-'611 railroad pro
moters is twing at Tillamook,
where the P'e 'iave undertaken
to furnish th E. E. Lytle and W.
J, Wilsey ' same water frontage
and termid grounds. It IS SaiU
Mr Wilsey"-83 f'rst on tae
and nearly" year aK secured the
promise ofi!!11100 citizens that
.. . j
the Oregon oast c uasitm rauroau
should hacthe terminals. Some
months agcthis promise was made
eood by aniRreeoient with a com
mittee o citns appointed at a pub
lic meeting. Subsequently the Paci
fic Railwayk Navigation company
the scene. Promising
the quickei action iu construction
of a railroil. tt was successiui in
winning or some ' tue influen
tial men inie community, and they
. 1 ' . 1 In
are now oa woramg uui w
furnish tb( desired terminals and
water fronlDtii to raise money iu
buy righti of way for the railroad
through twenty miles of timber.
The aoirce of financial power and
influence back of both of these rail
roads is still a matter of much spec-
ulation. For carrying on tue preli
minary wotkof the Oregon Coast
BenaptaV through the Wilsey
e tWftiAiitqwctty, toc ..uu.
Louis, wno are oeuevea to oe a-i-
insr for the Gould ystem. The Pa
cific Railway & Navigation com
pany's line, which is practically an
extension of the Southern Pacific
fr&m Hilisboro to Nehalem and Til
amook counties, was financed
through the Union Trust company,
at San Francisco, which concern is
supposed to be dominated by Har
riman interests. Should both pro
jects be carried forward, the Til la
mook coast would be given genuine
railroad competition that would
prove to be immensely effective in
developing the country.
There U a fish commonly known
as "devil fish." It secretes a dark
fluid in its bodv and can at will
throw out this fluid into the water,
whereupon all the surrounding wat
er becomes almost inky black.
Other fish turn away from this black
water, as it is much more undesir
able than the clear water. There
are people who much resemble these
fish. They secrete in their hearts
and brains more of envy, malice,
discontent, and evil report than any
thing el. Upon occasion they
spew out slanders, backbitings, false
reports, envious and malicious re
marks, nd growlmgs of discontent
Thev torn the air blue all about
them. Tnev make everyone with
in hearin? distance uncomlortable.
No wonder people get away from
such persons and keep away from.
There is purer and sweeter air else
where; there are more pleasant and
more congenial surroundings in oth
er quart'rs- Loyal American.
results lrota chronic constipation
which i quickly cured by Dr.
Kinz'i ew Life Pills. Thev re
1 - (rrm the
move - f"'""13 t1
SyStem and infuse new life and vig
or- cuff ur stomach, nausia, neaa
ache dnzmess and colic, witnoui
-.jinf or discomfort, a sc. Guar-
anteedaf all druggists.
Who Will Be Benefited.
Ramsey Tart Grange, located at
Dufur, Wasco County, Oregon, has
adopted a resolution calling upon
the Legislature to provide for the
employment of convicts at making
grain sacks, and asking that these
sacks be sold to the farmers at cost.
At present the convicts are leased to
the firm of Goldsmith & Loewen
berg who employ them iu their pen
itentiary stove tactory, paying the
State about 35 cents per day, which
is about one sixth ot what free lab
or can be had for. These c mvict-
made stoves compete with those
made by free labor and prevent the
establishment ol a stove factory in
Their employment in the manu
facture of grain sacks would be 01
benefit to a large number of persons,
but still it is not clear that the wheat
growers of Eastern Oregon and the
Willamette Valley are entitled to
have tkdr grain sacks furnished
them at cost by the State or that
this is the best way to employ the
convicts. Whv not put tnem to
work upon the roads, letting each
county, if it so desires, have as many
of them as may be deemed best, un
der such regulations as will secure
their human treatment and prevent
their escape. The men who would
be the most benefited by grain sacks
at cost are the very ones who least
need any assistance from the State
the owners of the vast wheat
ranches of Eastern Oregon. Oregon
THE CUBANS DENOUNCE HIM.
Gen. Bell Now In Charge of th
Army In Cuba-Trouble Stop
Mr. George II. llinies, assistant
secretary and curator of the Oregon
Historical Society, called at this of
fice last Tuesday morning, on his
way back to Portland from a two
weeks trip in connection with bis
important work. He left Portland
011 the 20th ult. for Albany. The
next day he went to Newport and
attended the annual meeting of the
Oregon Press Assoc iation on the 2 1st
Havana, Oct 10. General Fred- and 23rd of September perhaps the
erick Funston will not contiuue in best meeting this Association has
command of the American forces in ever held lcst in the sense that it
Cuba. Governor Taft announced was a strictly business affair and de
touight that be and General Funs- voted to discussions and a free in-
ton will leave Havana for the Unit- terchange of opinions regarding tne
ed States on Saturday on the battle- best methoes of conducting news-
ship Louisiana. With them will papers in order to insure good finan-
go Assistant Secretary of State Iiac- c,ai results, and at the same time to
on, and the affairs of Cuba will be be of vital assistance in licnefitting
eft in the hands of Governor Ma- the country at large. On the return
goon and General J. F. Dell. Lx- trip Mr. Himes made calls at Cor
plaining the change of plans, Mr. vallis, Independence. Monmouth,
Taft said: Dallas and McMinnville, gathering
."General Funston was summoned much important historical data in
.. .1.- n :: each nlace from old pioneers.
on a nurry can irom iuc 1 a.ui. -
Coast becau.se he was well acquaint- Among ou.ers ne iouuu . c
edwithmanyoftheinsurgentchiefs who was at ancouvcr when Rev.
here, and it was thought he could Ja w " '4V"
aid us, ashe did greatly, in bringing r, .34 lC
the men in arms to au agreement, preacu.ngou uic u.u. .uu.w.
General Funston was put teniporar- that year-the first .sermon preached
, i r .1,. .r b, in Oregon. He found a number of
others who came to Oregon in 1845,
with families, all settling finally in
ily in command of the troops in
Cuba merely as a convenience until
General Bell should arrive. Gener-
al Funston, Mr. Bacon and myself,
with Mrs. Taft and Mrs. Bacon and
our secretaries, are returning to our
Mrs. John Blanton, of Eugene,
died at a hop yard near there last
A Question of Measuring:.
Two farmers once called upon
Daniel Drew, the old
tt,; i i, latffit amusement magnate, when he
i 1 a. 111 i' I
. t.i,,i Afailemv. and five friends in the country, ana asueu
Ul hie vt ni. j j . ... ,. r - , C
Viim trt rteriiie a aisouie. une 01
seniors are said to be slated for dis
missal or suspension, if the charges
or Ktinstanuaicu. 11 ia m
Polk and Benton counties, some ot
whom secured their first flour at the
Joseph Goff Gale Mill, a few miles
from Forest Grove, which was built
late iu 18.13 or early in 1844. A
numler of additions were secured
to the meniliership roll of the so
ciety, and renewals secured from all
the old memlK-rs. Interest in the
work of the society is increasing,
and it is coming to be regarded as a
them had sold the other five
. , , I very important adjunct to the educa
' ti,.t (nrH nfOreran. Not only
of wheat and proposed to measure . . - u teudiue
these same five caught one lone jun- it in a aau-uu - - -r .jUo m easlern slate3 through its
or. and, stripping him ot his clothes, on tne top wuu a uo-ru. - Me .lublications, which are be-
odjccicu, uuv v. ......b permilncntly filed in many ot
by ''Uncle Darnel's 'decision as to J I educational centers
whether the measure could be swept Uegining with Maiue
off" . r 1 iir.....v...aui(a l-.rct rirrue
vo , :i":. .
Continued on Tag Four.)
Altffbop-pickina it you are going to
n lch you will Bmiagoou
gMortent at living price.
r.U McCormick' Jewelry Store,
Ui tt hoea for the money al
ducked him in the cold waters of
the Willamette. Other misdemean
ors are reported, such as locking
professors in their rooms, etc.
A Badly Kutnefi Girt
or boy, man or woman, is quickly
out ot pain if Bucklen s Arnica
Salve is applied promptly. G. J.
Welch. ofTekonsha. Mien., says:
"I use it in my family tor cuts, sores
and all skin injuries, and find it per
fect." Quickest Pile cure known.
25c at all druggists.
The men who lounded the frater
nal societies have not become rich.
The men who have managed the
great insurance companies have be
come wealthy and the investigations
show that it has been at the ex
pense of the policyholders.
Near West Union, on Monday. Otto-
. 1 t.
ber 1, white and bluck-brown r.nuiia.i
aetter dog with brown apota over eye;
had on dog collar with license tag.
Anyone finding the animal please return
to F. M. Heidel, HiIIhWo, and get paid
"Well. I should probably use the
half-head of a flour barrel."
"Which edge of it?"
"Uncle Daniel" smiled. "If I
were selling to a widow or a mini
ster," he answered "I would sweep
the measure with the straight edge.
But if I were selling to a man who
pastured his cows in the road and
his pigs in his neighbors' corn I'm
afraid I would use the round edge
and scoop a little to boot."
The Southern Facifle will soil tickets
to Hood Kiver and return for one and
one third fare, good for continuous pans
age in both directions, final return limit
October 15, on account of the fair to be
held there October 11, 12 and 13.
and I-I'ht Lunches at
E. W. Starnell, of Alexandria, in
forms the bureau of animal industry
that he has a hen that this year has
laid over 300 eggs. Exclusive of
the molting season this is at the rate
of one every 25 hours. This is be
lieved to have broken the record.
JuHt received sonic) of tho (lnent new
pack suit herring. Our friends who
know a good article, will !e pleased to
learn that wo have even a suerior qual
ity to the one we had hiHt season. Try
J. A. MeHsinger.
I have the finest line of heating stove
and ranges ever brought to Hillnloro.
In fact we are headquarters for thi line
of goods, and the lieauty of it is, our
price are rit,'ht, Call and look over
the lot. U. Cave.
There's a lot of Satisfaction
iu a shoo which
after month's ot
1 1 1 :.,l. I r,rlr
. nnm j nil V 11(111911 lV - "
like new." You 11
ease and profit in the
will want something pretty and good. Come and
No better made. No better can be wade. Our
guarantee goes with every pair.
" '. 4.'. ( . i kk Zj)
Out line ot
is the finest in the couuly.
Everything nsuallT carried by -p-o-late Oroeer H
Not a ahop worn article ia tne eaaawanineo
The old Reliable Comer Grocery and Shoo fclore
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