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About Hillsboro independent. (Hillsboro, Washington County, Or.) 189?-1932 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1906)
How dear to my heart are the pauti of
Wbeu loud recollection preeenti them
PuU that I wore la the deep tangleJ
Anl likt-wUe the grove where the
The pocket that bulged with my lunch
eon fur noon ;
And alto with uiarhlee and fiahworuia
And gum drops and kite strings from
March until June.
The little patched trouaeri,
The made-over trousers,
The high-water trounen that fit me to
No pantaloons ever performed greater
In tilling the hearts of ui youngeteri
They made the descent from Adulphua
IMght down through a family of eight
Throiik'h no fault of miue known to me
or to othen
I'm the tenderest branch on our big
And bavins dona service for nine older
They came down to me slightly bagged
at the knee.
The little patched trousers,
The second-hand trousers,
The old family trouners that bagged at
leading producers ia this important
branch iu agriculture.
Man and wife to work on or rent a
ranch, beginning November 15th. For
further particulars inquire of Attorney I wheat to the acre is about the limit in
The Salem Journal says: "Hamlin
Kmitb, member of the Salem Hoard of
Education, has returned from an extend
ed tour of Eastern Oregon, and savs that
country was bit bard by crop failure the
nasi atmaon. Sis bushel of shriveled
M. IS. liump, Hilhtboro. Ore.
Round trip tickets will be sold by the
Southern TariUe to Kansas City, Mo.,
on account of the Seventeenth Annual
Sension of the Trans-Missinsippi Com
mercial Congress, to be held at Kansas
City, Mo.. November 20th to 2.1rd. Sale
dutes. November 1 ttb and 15th. Fare
f i (jin Hillsboro, both ways via Portland
foQ.M; oneway through Portland and
one way through California, $74.15,
Stop-overs will be granted in either dl
rection w ithin the transit limits, except
no stop-over will be permitted in Cali
forniu on going trip.
O. P. A., 8. P. and 0. It. & N. Rys.
Not the First to Make the Trip.
Ceorne II. Hines, assistant sec-
retary of the Orecon Historical So
ciety writes as follows to the Jour
"I noticed In your paper a day
or so since a statement that Mrs.
Vilinda E. Houston, a pioneer of
1852, who recently died in one of J found crops poor In Wasco, and as near
i.. v i .t.;,. .; '!; the la failure as possiois sou suit nave
iuc uusLutaus vi iu "vi - 1 -
, ,. , thing In Sherman county
luc iiisL nunc lio . .
the trip over the falls of the Cas
cades." Other city papers have re-crM)K- ,j Crooked river turned off big
ferred to this deceased lady as be-1 yields. Taken as a whole the country is
tnir the "first white child to cross at a standstill. They are going to beg.n
the Cascade mountains. In either
Wasco, Sherman, Gilliam and I rook
counties. In the latter county some
parts have dons better than that, but
lbs sverage on all the
dry farming is very low some al
most nothing. Wherever they bad wat-
. .I. . 1 . . 1 .
er me irrigated iauue turned on uig
crops. Ws went to Eiggs on the O. It.
A. N., and then 75 miles to Sbaniko on
the Columbia Southern, then 05 miles
bv st aire and bmnry to Prinneville. We
Iot fort,. l(0,onl """"I
snpplies at M.Cormi;! na,,lo ,u,ro
Kverything i0 iuppl' "cel
Md Happy0' Lifc ,
Great baW,ilte. !LinW the home of
. I . It a r. m i,, r intendeni, 01 r-t.
better crops in part of Crook county.
Irrigated tracts on Trout creek, Hay
case these statements cannot be sus
tained by the facts. Immigration
down the Columbia river and over
the Cascade rapids began as early
as 1843, and continued for several
vears. and I personally know a
children who came over in canoes,
seeding now with the shriveled wheat,
believing it will make a crop. The range
is gone, except for a little flue grass In
the spring. The whole country is barren
except where they ran get water 011 it,
and that la impossible on the high rol
ling hills. The Dulles Military Wagon
Koad land grant has been the greutest
Ho one ran
St. Vii,,???:. which .yelled
to no treatment steady worse
until . . la-t ,e" r e tried Utvtrie
Hitters; and I to .ay. three x,t
tie. efleetH.Settrs." ..
sure ct.ru for tZlZ
erishe.i blood . J ..uria. Guaranteed
by all drug st.reii price 50c
Do von .jhinif
Vaper tlmt is up-tte and the latest
style? If ao, rill ,YMcCeTn,,:k music
store and see hi, tine of paper and
ruvnioira in laocv linen
""""u cwuoeai oil
una mac- LECAL ADVERTISEMENTS
pendent, one year, S2.
drawback to the country
vat title to laud, and maiir o' those who
of pioneer women then I opened farms and thought they hud title
nave losi lueir lanos. it is intra 10 ton
what will become of the country. It all
Vp. A A A A A AAA
A subscriber once received a dun
through the post office, and it made
him mad. He went to tee theedi
tor about it, and the editor showed
him a (ew duns of his own one tor
paper, one for type, one for fuel and
several others. "Now," said the
editor, "I didn't get mad when these
came because I knew that all I had
to do was to ask several reliable gen
tlcmen like you to come and help
me out, and then I could settle all
of them." When the subscriber
saw how it was he relented, paid
tip, and renewed for another year
WANTED GOOD MAN in each coun.
ty to represent and advertise co-operative
department, put out samples, etc.
Old established business house. Cash
s ilury 21.00 weekly, expense money ad
vanced; permanent position. Our ref
erence, Hankers National Bank of Chi
cago, capital 12,000,000. Address Mana
ger, The Columbia House, Chicago, 111.,
Desk No. 1. 2013
The food law is apt to have great
and important bearings on the gro
eery trade. It goes into effect on
the first day of January. Adulter
ated foods are not permitted, unless
the label confesses to the adultera
tion. No harmful substances are
permissible. Goods bought prior
to January 1 will not be considered
in the enforcement of the law im
mediately. The guarantee is of
great importance to the retailer,
and we opine that it will be no less
important to the manufacturer.
Manufacturers who will register
their guarantees at Washington, D.
C, with the department can there
by place a general guarantee on all
their goods. Trobably this will be
the ultimate method used by manu
facturers, although they will not do
so for some time, save in a few
cases. Many tests will have to be
made before the best way is lully
chosen. Oregon Tradesman.
Had a Clos7caU.
"A dangerous surgical operation, in
volving the removal of a malignant ol.
tor, us targe as my nana, irom my
daughter's hip, was prevented by the ap
plication .f liucklcn's Arnica Salve,"
ssys A. C. Stickel, of Miletus. W. Vs.
"IVrmstont use of the Salve completely
cured It." Cures Cuts, Rums and Inju
ries. 25c a tall druggists.
State Hairy and Food Commis
sioner Bailey has just completed his
report on the dairy industry of the
state, covering statistics for the
year 1905. The record shows that
Oregon is making substantial ad
vancement. There are 287 cream
eries in the state, which turned out
a product of 6,75,0,000 pounds of
butter last year, valued at $1,687,
000, an iucrease of 40 per cent over
the previous year. The output of
dairy butter is placed at 3,000,000
pounds, valued at $540,000. The
state is making a record in the man
utactor of cheese, having 114 fact
ories, which turned out a product
of 4.000,000 pounds last year, val
ued at $440,000. Dairying is gain
ing steadily in the Pacific North
west, and both Oregon and Wash
ington promise to rank among the
Immigration over the Barlow road, 1 depends on the rmultof the next crop.
iiist south nf Mnnnt Hood be?an I 11 ln" caicues ami wie n-uauu is mv
JUStSOUtnol Mount ilOOU, DCgan I the farmers niavnull out. All
in 1846: but in 1845, a number of I the country Is tit for is wheat with dry
families inrhnlinp- children of both I fanning.
. . a r.
sexes, came over tne trail, alter
wards converted into a wagon road.
And belore 1852 thousands of pio
neers came the same way, among
them many children of both sexes.
These statements can be amply sup
ported by the records."
Farm For Rent
A 20 acre farm for rent for a reason
able price; Inside of thecitv limits. For
further information call at W. O. Done!
son's Furniture Store, Hillsboro, Ore.
Sealed bid will he received by the
County Court i Washington County
Oregon, on ThiiraJy, December tith,
r.iut., at 2 o'clix k d ,or lU0 """"""o
of the tax roll 0f w'J County for the
The person eitendiwt tax ro"
not lie required to U " l"e vmuauuo
of Road and si..-.l Districts, but will
lie required to Imvs name fully complet
ed by Fehruiir. 1.. l'HJ7.
Further information as to manner of
makinir exteiixin.,. n.l amount of labor
required may be liJ by applying at the
oiiice 01 tlieCuuntyllerx 01 said vouiny
TheCountv r....rt reserves the righl
to reject anv an, I all bids l!y order of
the Coin tn iHHiooHrt Court.
J. W. (iooi)lN, County Judge.
1 i91Ae-'9- -
Drop in the
"Dew Drop Inn.
Two dozen men are employed on
the Woman's buildine at the col
ege. Their work for the present is
excavation for the foundation but
it will be finished within a few days,
Then the task of making the foun
dation will begin. It will require a
great deal of time. It is to be of ce
ment, and 700 barrels will be requir
ed. Mr. Snook, the contractor has
built a temporary house on the
grounds, and it is now occupied by
himself and family, the latter of
whom arrived Saturday. Brick-
aying is not expected to begin un
til the approach of spring. Four
hundred and ten thousand bricks
will be used m the building. There
will be four floors, with 150 sleep
tng rooms. The total length north
and south is 238 feet. The length
of the two Vs that run westward at
each end is rot feet. CorvallU
Strawberry Plants for Sale.
Magoong and Clark Seedlings. In.
quire of C. Rhoades, Oak and Seventh
See McCormick's display of Tablets.
PACIFIC COAST ASSOCIATION cb kii incnu
M.nlord, Calllornl.. December 4th to loth. 1906
For the above occasion a rate and one
third on the certificate plan is author-
izea to llanford, Calif., and return lmm
all points in above territory, provided,
however, that fifty or more passengers
of not less than 50c each have been In
attendance. Under these conditions
delegates and members of their families
who have paid full fare (regular first-class
limited rate) to Hanford will be return-
Owl at nnA 1 ' . .
... wuuni lure, Din in no case less
n presentation of proper 8 P
. 10 BKeni at llanford on or be
fore Dec. 10, laoo. Certificates will be
- u. Dy ,ne secretary of the conven
B.;h. ."iTJTJ uea on. ""7 of the
v . t. 1 lning uav.
Jl trJL1''.?.1011 "'"."dance doe. not
. !. ....r,rm,, IIOKieri of r.
" 111 in; bokj
"... .v-bukj return tickets at
thTrd fare. not
n'l Passenger Agent.
.ersons owing Dr. 8. T. LinUUter f(jf
professional services are requested to
... ami aoiue the same. J. p. Magrud-
... - nas an oinoe adjoining the doc
or . o,ce is authorized to make collec
won. ami receipt for the same.
DU. S. T. LINKLATER.
V hen in want of anything In the fur
nmire line, call on W. O. IWlson, the
A Year of Blood.
The year of IW3 will long ! remem
oereu.n the home of F. N. Tacket. of
. vy., as year of blood ; which
flowed so copiously from Mr. Tackefa
- " ("-mil seemeu very near He
write. : "Severe bleeding from tbe'lung.
- ...s.n.u, cougn na.i brought meat
death , door, w hen I began taking Dr
King . Xew Discovery for Consumption
with the astonishing result that after
taking four bottles I was completely re
stored aod as time has proven permanent
ly cured." Oiia ran feed for Sore Lnne
Coughs and Colds, at all drug storea'
Trice 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
Notice to the Public.
Notice is hereby given that I have
old to L. J. I'almateer my stock of con
fectionery and good will of the business
All debts op to this date will be paid by
me, and all bills owing the old manage
ment Will U Collected bv tha nr,l.
Dated, Hillsboro, Ore., Oct , 31, lnofl.
W. J M( lli,.T.
Better known by most people as the place of
Hillsboro wheu you get the choicest candies, freshest
fruits and finest tobaccos. Their '06 oyster cock-tail
is a winner, try it. You have one waiting for you now.
Better go and get it
L J. Paln?ater, Proprietor
Successor to W. J. McIIenry
" W V1
Ammunition and Gun Supplies
Has that umbrella of yours a broken rib, handle, or any
other of the numerous ailments it is subject to ? Bring it to
me and I will fix it for you. I have a complete line of am
munition and gun supplies. Guns cleaned and repaired on
short notice. All work guaranteed satisfactory.
R. Ue SEARS, ScicccSSor to BODQtt
T. P. GOODIN,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
I am prepared to furnish plans and estimates on any kind of a build
ing in Washington CountV. 'Phone oSv. r.r nrldre.M
R F. D. I. Ta P. GOODIN. Hillsboro. Or.
wd CURE thi LUNC8
W,H Dr. King's
60c t . 00
.ftna ucaeet Cure for alt
THROAT and LTJN3 TEOUB
or MONET BACK.
One Dollar will
fit you to rye glasses or spec
taclcs. Perfect tit guaranteed.
Your eyes fitted at home. Write f(y
free booklet describing our method.
Remember, the glasses we fit you
to are worth 3.50 any where on
earth. Our price, only II. 00.
OUK R F PAIR INT. drr.r.mrn. i. mo
l . .-hd ,ur work by rc,(ilrrd
ai.Sil rriiain any au h.
METZGER & CO.
Ill 6UTH BTRBBT. P0RTLABD. OkB
Eyeglass flUln Is too Important a
matter to ru.sh Into "with your eyes
shut." If your ryes wear out, they're
ftone forever. When you buy Klaune,
see to It that you get glaawo that aro
Just rlKht. We have the knowledge,
experience, expennlve up-to-date ap
paratus and Hkllk'd rmployes to make
them JiiBt right. Consultation c-oxU
you riothlnjr. Write for our booklet.
It contains valuable Information about
the care of the eye. We will send It
to you free post paid.
GEORGE A. GORE ESTATE.
Ncti:e of Sale of Real Estate
Notice U hsrotijr k-lTn thai the uuderilgoed
AdmlulsiraU'lx of Ihsealatcof ooor A. oor,
drcrMd, by virtus of au order of the Couuly
Court of YVuulunUm County, Orrfuo, mad and
utered on lbs i7th day of October, A. D.. 1S0S.
will, from tud after the 3rd day of December, A.
!.. I, at herreaidsure near 8berwood. In lbs
County of WaihiDKion, 8taie of Oregxio. or at the
omce of bsr attorney, W. A. Clelaud, Rooms H.
i t lisuiberofOiuiinsree Buikllo, In the City
of Furtlaud, Multuomah t'ountT. Ore in, sail at
lr!!s sale, aad will ooollnus to sail uutll sold,
lbs followlu deserltNHl real MUM bsloDftDS to
tbsewtats ot said lieorKS A. Oors. deceased, and
Ituated 111 said Wasblujtou County, Oregon, to-
ltg. at center of See. 2J. T. J. B. R. 1 W. W.
M., thence w. J7.S0 cb. ; tbence 8. 40 ch. ; Ibeuoe
K. .75 ch.j tbenoe N. il deg. E. ls.w ch. ;
tbeuce N. .SOoh. more or leu, to the place of
hf . . eouiaiulnc 142 acres, mure or less.
N. W. i; N. v. . J 8ec 27, T. 2 8. R. 1 W. W.
M.,couuialug su acres.
H. K. i N. W. i Hee. 27. T. 2. 8. R. 1 W. W.
M., except tg. N- fn g R x, N w
i .aid sec. . running W. 11 ft. ; ihll( so d.,'
K. 1W ft. ; thence K. IS deg. N. lol fu ; tbence N.
j piace or beg., said laud owued
eUW being about SK.4-4 acres.
V L 1 , u .....
r-. b. n. j-s see. CT, T. 2, 8. R
M. , conialninv su
Alw,beg. 20 ch. N. of 14 sec. coroe, on 8. line
of Sec. 27. T. 2.S. R. 1 w. W. fc,., Ihenc, N.
17. Mth.; thence N. J deg. K. .7 cb. ; tbenoe
19. 7 cb. ; thence W. 4.2ft ch. ; to tbe place ol
beif , containing 7.111 acres, more or Wis
The term, of le. teu (lu, pvrcenl toarcom.
pany the old and as a rorielt lu e. of refu.l lo
complete the purcbaw; balance, cub. ou eon.
nruiallonofsale.all amle. to b. ma(,8 ,ubJm to
couHrmailou by the ( ouuly Court of Va.hli,gton
.. , , , oRACH H. GORE,
Admlnlsirntrli of E.tate of Ueorge A. Oore. de.
. t W. W.
amd umon Pacific
Three Trains to the East Daily
1. Si hroeder,
B H !.add,
.once is bereby ni. ii,t th. .....i a
has been, by tbe County Court nf u ..hln I I Chebak.
County, Oregon, appointed administrator of the l"all.
uteof John p. Mohrtnann, deceaed. and has Willie C Halt,
auly qualified a such, and sli
Pluiin,. ..(..., .-i a
---"- - emaie are bereby iiotlrl. d lo A ford.
P..-C... i., io me. with proper vouchers, at ih.
law office of 8. B. II union nd liei...... im.
at 11 II Inborn. Oruvon. in,i .i. , - '
Iated Ibis October l(i, 1UU6.
, JOSEPH 8IMOX,
Administrator of the Estate of John P. Moar
J. B. 11UUTON and IlPVTnM tinuu . .
...v. , " . I
Attorneys for Administrator.
Notice Is bereby given that I. the under.lvnl
have been, by the County Court of the 8tate of
Oreiion, for Washington County, duly appointed
fciecutor oi Hie estate ot (leo. Wilcox, decoai
and have duly qualified as such. All person,
having claims again.! said estate, are hereby no
tlll.d to present ibe same to me, with proper
Touchers, at the Law Ollleeof W. N. Barrett, tn
llillsboro, Oregon, within six (o) months from
Ihe date hereof.
Dated Ibis October 11, 1900.
Executor of the estate of Geo. Wilcox, deceased.
W. N. Hsrrett, Attorney for Estate.
Petition forjJpr License.
In Ibe County Court of the itate of Oregou, Coun
ty of Washington.
In the ciatter of the petition
Cbarlos Roberta, no sell spiritu
ous, malt and vtnuoua liquors lu
less quantities than one gallon,
lu Kaal Cedar rreclncl, W ash
ington Couuly, Bute of Oregou.
To the Houorable County Court, of Washing
The undersigned, a majority of Ihe legal voters
and residents of East Cedar Preciucl. Hashing
lou Couuly. Oregou, who have actually resided
lu said precinct thirty days Immediately preoeil
Ing Ihe dais of sigulug a-d riling Ibis petition,
respectfully pray that you Issue lo Charles Rob
erts a license lo sell spirituous, mallaud vluuous
Honor, in less uuantllles than one xallou wllblu
R r KHU, i D Wlrth
Waller Thompson, J R C Tnompson
J B Uearlley, E t Mack
C L Hbaver, K W Hagert
U BafTran, H HsITrsn. it
X A Eddy K II Robblns
K Knluorth, Cbas (ierberger
K N Green, A Hcfeamoul
William Bell Bernard Bell
N L Davis, L llenkabey
Cbailea Blust, CUohl
Fay Uufh. t L Byrom
John C Wangeman, W J Carrel
Wm Bales, John I "ay
Ben Day, Abba Peters
Henry Obrtmann, Elbert Ohllug
Ilienka Peters Georue Elllgseu
II Blsbop, J no Piolt
Geo Bolaud, Rolierl Wsnseuisn
rrel Luctlrl, Blain Hultiueiiu
'Murry, K U-son
Louis Jurgurs, II M Moore
DCutbOert, O P Martin
I- 8agri, r W Hcbamburg
B M Guiles, Alttert Die
Robert llle, lieluricb Ille
Wm tipeneer. Harry Pelen
E savage. WKedlak
C Fisbbuck, JosGalbreaih
Q Ksufmau, Eiank Bo
W N Moou J Kaulinanu
Wmcimino, 1. 1' Hiwucer
A Ceregbluo, L Podento
Urues Relrona, JasMcNutty
John Clear. w Clear
8 W Shaver
W A 1'iillcn
F I. Wel
T R Savsk-e
8 1. Wirt
R H Towutetid
R E lleuderMiu
D K GiHild
f. im.t k "f "".f'l P"11"" Wl" he presented
oro n lU0.r",'"1,tKMl!r OD w'le1-y. Decern
1 r. ,ur"''eiie which sbsli cover the
lerm of twelve montbs from date of.ueii llceui
Tbrousb Pullman standard and liuku
Ing cars dally to Omabo, Chicago, Hiakane
tourist sleeping cars dally to Kansas City:
through Pullman tourist .leenine cars ln.r,n
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago, Kan.as City;
raeimiug e.air cars (seats uauv) lo taal dally.
PORTLAND TO CHICAOO
No chaiv -
si warn vis
:IS p m
4:15 p m
frorn Portland, Or.
"sit Lake. Denver, Kl
worth, (imaha. Kan.
sasClty, Ht. Ixiui., Cbl
cago aud East.
fait Lake, Denver, Ft
worth, Orraha. Kan
Isa.Clty. Ht. Ulllfc,thl-
eago anu cast.
A K H I C
4:C3 p m
Walla Walla. Iwlnton
Hpokane, Wallace, pull
man, Minneaimlls, Ht.
',,, ',i ii.u, miin.ii'
kee. Chicago and East.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned
somiuisirainx or the estate of Battle C. Nor
man, deceased, has died in the County Court ol
tne Mate or oregou for Washington Coun ly, her
iubi account in ibe matter ot said estate, aod
saia i-ouniy uourt Has appointed Monday, Nov
eiuoer r..m, jvue, at 10 a. m.. as tbe time and
tne tountv ttourt Room, of said Couuly, at
Ulllsboro, Oregon, as Ibe place for hearing ob
Jeoilunn.to said Dual account and tbe Dual settle
men I of said estate.
Dated this 18th day of October, ltXM.
Administratrix of tbe Estate of Hattie C Norman,
BENTON BOWMAN, Attorney,
715 p m
8:00 p m
For further Information ask or write your
nearest ticket agent, or
General passenger Agent,
The Oregon Railway ii Navigation Co., Portland.
iflillsboro Ileal Estate
Kceidence 4th aud. Oak Sta., Hillxboro
Money to Loan.
r -sssn-vttsT' ts , v si
W hereas, ou tbe26ch day of October, liwd, an
Initiative petition was tiled In tlieottice of ibe
City recorder of Hllhiboro, Oregon, for the pro
posed amendment of subdivision ft of section
ol ihe act Incorporating said City ol lllll.boro,
Oregon, filed In the orllce oi tbe Secretary t.f
State February 20, 1KW, as amended by an ai t
approved February, maraud s. amended by
an act approved February , iww. ami as further
amended br an act tiled lu tbe office or the Hvo
relary of Stale January 27, l!rt, aud
w hereaa, said proosed smeudincnt aiilhorlA-s
meuiiy council of Hillsboro, Oregon,
rnase a park for sum
lo maintain Ihe
not to exceed iaiu, and
same aiuf levy a sneclal Lax
therefor, aud create a fund known as tbe "Park
Whereaa, said petition Is In due form as re-
quired by Ordinance No sue of Ihe Clly of Hills
boro, Oregon, and has been certified lo tn. I.w
Ibe recorder of Ihe Clly of Hillsboro;
Now Therefore. I, B. P. Cornelius, as Msvor
of Ihe City of Hillsboro, Oregon. In obedience ui
and by virtue of the power and authority vested
In me by the ordinances of said City, do herehv
make and Issue this proclamation to the iwoi.iu
of the City of Hillsboro, Oregon, and do hereby
announce and declare that said petition aud uro-
poxed amendment are In due foim aud that tid
proposed amendment will be submltu l lo a v.,i.
of Ihe people of said City at ibe annual Ciiy
election of said Clly lo be held on Monday I .
Done at Hillsboro, Oregou. this November ft
I9' B. P. CORNEI.H'H,
Mayor of H!lh,bro. Oreson.
Attest: H. T. BAGLEY. Recorder.
A GREAT TRAIN
H you have never read about it you should do eo then ride on it.
It is the
and the East
Fast traini daily, throueh to Chi.
cago witnout change, Irom pointi
in Oregon and Washineion. via th
et ' sp . " I . .
umcago, union i-acihc and North-
western Line, the route of The
Overland Limited, over the douhl.
traca railway oetween the Missouri
Kiver ana t.nicaeo. making direct
connection at Chicago with all line
to tne r.ast.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHINO.
For further information apply to
, V. HOIDISJ, t.Mf.1 ,M o. .-W. Uf.
iea T.ire sirM, pwtlaW, Ore.
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oi tUe IS orthern Pacific iJiii I uo t. i,o. n rrrpnt. rpnutation. Runs dailv
between Portland. Tacoma, Seattle Spokane and .Minneapolis and St. Paul,
it carrie3 Pullman First Class and i'ullnian Tourist Sleeping Cars, Dining
ar, Observation Car and the usual other cars. All electric lighted.
,ilry aJ!e contc'niplating a trin eat any time in the future fend for
vm, rtH?,astLimite askinS 11 wiI1 instruct
you. Kead the makeup 0f a first class modesn train.
Whereas, on the 26th day of October, iism .n
Initiative petition was filed lu the onlceot tl,.
City recorder of Hillsboro. Oregou. for Ihe pro
posed amendment ofsubdlvisiou 57, ol section 6
of the act incorporating tbe city of Hillsboro
Oregon, Hied In tbe onice of the Hecretary of
State February JO, im as amended by an act ap
proved February S, ImM aud as amended by an
act approved Kebinary 6, lie, and as fun her
amended by an act filed In the office of the Sec
retary of rHate on January 27, ItSrt; and
Whereaa said proposed amendment authorlsii
tbe Clly Council of Hill.boro, Oregon, to grant
telephone, lelecrapo and railroad Irsuchl.e. ..
on Ihe streets of lllll.boro, Oregon, and
Whereas, said petition Is lu due form as r..
quired bv Ordinance No. I of tbe Cltr of Hilt.,
boro, Oregon, and has been certified lo u,e u. th
Recorder of lb City of HIINborn;
how Therefore, I, B. P. Cornelius, as M.r,r
Ih. I'll, nf II I II., s. . .
"'""""i", wrvgon, in otiedience to
and by virtue of ibe power and authority voted
In me by tbe ordinances of said City, do hereby
make and Issue this proclamation to Ihe people
of tbe City of Hillsboro, Oregon, and do bereby
announce and declare that said petition and pro
posed amendment are lu due form aud that said
proposed amendment will be submitUd to a vote
of the people of said City at the annual City eler.
tlonofsaldCltytobe held on Monday. Decern-
Done at Hillsboro, Oregon ths w ,.n,h. .k
B. P. CORSEI.irg.
Mayor ot Hillsboro, Oregon.
Attest! II. T. BAGLEY
The Ticket Oflico
SEE AMERICA FIRST.
at Portland is 9v, Morrison Street. For any particulars
call on or addeess
A. D. CHARLTON.
Assistant Genural Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon.
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dim? ISM "rrrrc
V io Milwaukee f. paU &m
lucyuwn liwnwMi. il,:. . w
,i;e.; lucu own s eepin? and
uinine cars anA ,.-. vr"s ana
lence ofservi ;.u.:'1 .irot19 "cel.
and wider than in MnSa lll'l.
ailar cars on other lines.
H. S. RO WE, General Affent
134 3d St., Portland, Ore. '