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. WASHINGTON COL'NTV. OUEGOX, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1901
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEK.
OWE DOLLA K PER YKARI.V ADVANCE
PUBLISHED 17 YEARS AGO.
Republican in Politics.
toriBfiiiNo Kmi: DLulav.ttu cent
an Inch, tingle column, for four Inter-1
Hons ; rending notices, one cent a word
ach Insertion (nothing lew than 15
centu) ; professional cards, on inrh l
a month ; Lnlge cards, $4 a year, pays-
sur"7, i nonces ami resolution!
free to advertising lodges).
There has been very litUe trouble
with the Indians in this part of the
Willamette valley: I think I can ex
plain the reason to some extent I
have noticed that the Indians ve T 0regon COUNTrv
It: j r it - am1 enrnl1'
uvcu on nsu tman kbuic.
things as were easily caught
Recall the Long Age te Old the -mountains the Indians all had State Supt
i. H. Aek
E. B. TONGUE
Office: Rooms 3. 4 and 6. Morgan Blk.
Settlers end be ef Interest te
These ef Mere Reeent Date.
to work hard for their meat ana
were always on the fiebt. They
were also of a higher order of In
dians. more intelligent, active and
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brave. While the Indians in the
W. N. BARRETT
Office: Central Block, Rooms 6 and 7.
Office, In Union lilk.. with 8. B. Hu ton
THOS. II. TONGUE JR.
ATTORN 8 Y-AT-LAW
While running nT.r the flies of Tha Hillsboro
Independent X UM we fouud several articles
that will make good reading for the people oi l vallev here did not seem to have as
"-"-i umt wvmmm nuuuiua nm oil , ... ., . . A
Iben. The Independent thai Uma wae pub- mucn amDltlon BStneir fllguiauu
ll.hed by lr. S. T. Lluklster. who la Mill living neighbors r think that flCCOUDtS
nere and aetlre In bis profession. The paper be I, ..... . .. , . .
r..r.... i. . r..ii, k ..... .. nortne nine trouDie we nave uu
ihii in uvuif euv vuwu I
newe, and suowotbat the doeior waa an able with the Indians' in the Willamette
newspaperman. The following la from tbe oen I ..
of Dr. William Oelger, wboat tbat time. July 10. Valley,
iHW, n?edai rorest orore, where number of We had a stockade on the Catch
wisiaUTVI miW UU 11 I fig. UT, JVIgVT UMMJ I a , , a
soma elgbt or Un rears ago.-Kd.l iuK piare near iiiiisuuiu m
should ever need such a thing as it
f0,theHIPf c"t Super.
Portland, urc c0. u, 1907.
Hon. J. H- Ackerma. superinten
dent of public instruction for the
state of Oregon, Ui requested the
Oregon uevciuj'wai wague to
supply i"c u,- ana
especially tbe w-u relative to the
colonist rates to each and every
one of the county superintendents
throughout the state of Oregon.
Mr. Ackerman believes that the
splendid opportunity afforded the
people of the Middle West to visit
almost every pint m Oregon at the
low rate of $25 should be put before
the schools, and that all teachers in
the state should not only inform
Continued from last week.
Dr. Davis and I traveled together was always best to be prepared for
most of the time. There were sev- such matters. Le Breton was killed
eral of our neighbors along with us, I by the Molalla Indians at Oregon
including Mr. Garrison, Bob Kin- City. In 1855 we heard that the
ney, old man Wiley, Tom Cornelius Indians were making a great fuss
and John Hall. When we had ar- near Vancouver, so three or four
rived at a place that is now known companies were organized and went
t S a a . . I a. 1 t
as x,eaa,ngs,oia man senary went over lflere to see aoout 1 n neu . of the factS( bu ,
down to the river bank and seemed we arrived there we found the In- . . . .
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very ousy aoout sometning. rret- "'aus wurctcu logctner aim uu . . j ..,. . .
1 L..i.: , .... rate 0125 ,ncludes a11 Missounnv
irswu uc came uu ana snowmir 1 unnut uuiuai cAiuaiiaiiuiia vvc n a .
Ltui u.: A.- " r.. .1.- t:.i:. Jer points, bt. raui ana contiguous
'I.. I ttmtrrv th( rate 110m M. I nine to
Q Kl til o f if n,A. . 1 il.... n.Ma I IntptlM tt Ti rr 1 1 nniv 111 clf fort CJ I '
6 ... tin anil from LtllCa?otll and
an amAim r t V... T l,1.. Thou liil h..rl . . nPVii.a I J"l rjji
--.s., t.- :r t.- -11 1 w., : .,..., tickets will be on sale from March I
n suu sum main iuai was uu &w"l iu uiiata. wcui w 11 1
rvi,1rl K,c f .... mJ, - 11 nthr UCIC " Bu "" lk UUUB" 1UI
w m.fcu,. C3 6 U rr. .V, U
Office, upstairs, oer The Delta Drug , out all portions of the United States.
icaa iaan yeiiow mica, iuai put mi wme mere were no settlements ,
in ht .r. Lv fthnr,. tll ,n,,ntrtf .Pl.l ,,n th3t haVC COmill S1,1C De
with finding the genuine article, to some extent. The Hudson Bay Vm?V' 3.750 Inquiries have been
As we were crossing the mouth of Co. brought out a colony from the aa a , yS
Rtddinirrrk w,Ws!,n J Red river om.ntrv inienH.W tn In. Coos Ba especially active and
- o - - -
miles to Reddinz's Dieeines." cate them on Pusret Sound, but not
Jflioe : Rooms i, 4 and 5, Morgan BlocK
8. T. LINKLATER. M. B. C. M.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Store. Office hours 8 to 12 ; 1 to 6, and
I n the evening from 7 to 9 o'clock
J. P. TAMIESIE, M. D.
8. P. R. R. SURGEON
RMlrtann (turner Third and Main: Offloe UP
tairsorer iMItadrug store; hours, iw us.
I ml end 7 In d. m. Teleiihoue to reeidenos
w2r,dodrruTbU.,r" AU"" VVilkins, Wiley and several others finding things to their liking, they
went along the trail to see what it came and settled here. Most of
f. A. BAILEY, M. D. I meant. Thev AA not tret bark nn.l them on the North Plain Amnncr
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rnisiuAn nu dvhuowi. I Ut- . . t .1 : t it,... . .t... r
fcuwua oji. avjmt uaujes iuai sic laui-
meant. They did not get back un-
late at night In the morning I
called to Wiley and asked him if heliliar to most of the people now, for
Office: ' Morgan-Bailey block, op- uad any gold. He said he had. I instance, Mike Wreun, Mr. Burstou,
stairs, rooms 12,13 and IB. Residence 9aid if they had found any gold 1 1 Flett, Morrow, and Buxton Joe
e). w . cor. uaae liuw suiu omuuu , .
mouicu iu cc u. xic uroueat me mcen seitiea mere aoout tnat time
F. J. BAILEY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office: Morgan-Bailey block, up
stairs with F. A. Bailey. Residence,
N. E. corner Third and Oak sU.
A. B. BAILEY, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SL'RGKON,
rtrrlne otst RalleY's lrui Htore
from a,ao to 12; l:ou lot, and 7 to t. Hestdeuoe
1 hlrd house north of olir eloolrlo Hxhl plaot.
Calls promptly attended dar or ulxlit. Hoih
MARK B. BUMP,
Notary Public and Collections.
Of the lest Fish, Game and
Meats. Our delivery is prompt
and in all parts of Hillsltoro.
We have inaugerated a
new Schedule in Prices
and this together with our de
livery system makes this Hills
boro' s popular market.
Corwin & Heidel.
Having purchased the Central
Meat Market, we wish to announce
to former patrons and the public,
tbat we have established a free de
livery and have reduced the prices
on all meats. For the best cuts
and best service possible we res
pectfully solicit your patronage.
Office sooth of Court House, Main Pt.
Money to Loan-
Dr. B. P. Shepherd,
(Successor to Dr. A. Burris.)
Al his room oter I'ity Bakery erery
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Profeaisor ol Theory and Practw.
Ex-Mem. Cal. State Board of Lxaminer
a little paper box and shook it and also. Mr. Griffin, Ebberts, Wil
put a little out in my hand. I ex- kins, Baldra, Pomeroy, Sewell and
amined it and said "Boys, this is others. In 1842 Mr. Tucker took
good for the sore eyes, this is the the place where Cornelius stands,
genuine goia. 1 asicea mm now Catching took his claim in 1844.
and where he had found it. He Mr. Hill located his place also and
said he had turned over a big stone hence we have a town named Hills
and that under this stone he had boro after him.
tound the pieces he had brought to When our courts were first estab
camp. That was the first gold that lished, we held court in an old
our company ever found in the school house on the Constable place.
miues- At the first court, I was appointed
wnen we got into the diggings County Clerk. We had our justice
wu me American river a proposi- courts and the district court as it
Hon was made and agreed to that was called composed of two or three
we divide up into three squads and justices. I was also appointed as
ana leave one man in camp to look sheriff for a term. While I was
after it, and another to look after clerk, I attended to all the record-
a. I. i a e
iuc norses, ana cnoose a leader mg lor a number" of years. The
lor each squad and see how much first records of the couty will be
gold we could take out in three found signed by me.
days, each squad working for them- I was county surveyor for several
selves. There were five men in my years also. I could not attend to
squad and each of the other squads the office so I resigned a couple of
had six men in them, and when aft- times, but they nearly always ap
er working three days we found pointed me again. I was elected to
that my squad had beat the best of the office three times. Whit Purdin
the others at least ten dollars. We was the first county surveyor in the
stayed there until the snow began county.
to come when we went down into In 1845, a man by the name of
the valley. We were not running Snowdon was elected clerk. He
from one place to another in hopes served part ot the the ip anA
ofmakingabigfind.but stayed in signed when they appointed me
one place as long as we were doing This was my first clerkship.
well. In April I Came hart hom The firct f. ,:i "... . .
... I luujr mat settled in
vy water anu seitiea down to home Forest Grove was Father Cornwall
l,fe' . . ffly father-in-law. We had got up
It may be amusing to hear how I the body of a house to be used as a
' na ituing luuitu ana school house AKont
iUC A,UIlu riams ai ine 20x30, and as they had no place to
time and I unl i) in ri : I .1 . . f - iu
I " luc mowing tucy went into that. I hauled some
manner: I went over to ancouver two inch plank from Jackson's mill
. pwwaaarc ana a in me mountains and laid that down
t"'-'- iui lauusuue. 1 took u " "wr ana used
the results are paying them well lor
their expense in time and money.
Corvallis receives more attention
than any other point in the Willa
mette valley, while lledford leads
in Southern Oregon Ralph Ack
ley, secretary of thctyAitnook De
velopement League, has issued a
personal letter, which gives in a
very brief and effective way the re
sources of his city and county, and
the results will certainly be gratify
Many other points in Oregon are
at work and the commercial and in
dustrial bodies of the state should
get out their very best advertising
matter and into the mails without
The Portland Commercial Club
added $2,480 to the fund with
which it is advertising the state ol
Oregon at a dinner last Tuesday
. The newspapers of the state are
doing a grand work in calling atten
tion to this opportunity to increase
the population and wealth of the
state, while the teachers and in
some cases the preachers are mak
ing it their business to interest the
citizens of Oregon in inviting those
who live in the older sections of the
country to come out and make their
homes in the Beaver State.
Tillamook Editor Sued For Libel
iiuamook, Or., Feb. it. Fred
C. Baker, editor of the Tillamook
Headlight, was sued today for libe
by Sam Earl, who claims l.sooo
damages. In giving a list of cases
and the names of the jurors who
tried a number of local option cases
to this city since the local option
law came into effect, the Headlight
made a typographical error in sav
ing the "Sam Earle case" instead
of the "Jesse Earl case." For mak
f ... . . ,
mg tnis trivial error Sam Earl
claims that his reputation has been
damaged to the extent of$sooo.
Jesse Earl was charged some months
ago with violating the local option
aw; and in two trials the juiiesdis
agreed, but in giving the list of all
cases and the names of the jurors
and how the jury stood in the case
the name of Sam Earl was published
instead of Jesse Earl.
The Red Cross Society of Wash-
ington is sending large sums of
money and seed wheat to the starv
ing people ot China.
A woman suffragist amendment
has been passed by the lower house
of the legislature, and the question
again to be submitted to the people.
Last year America produced 90,-
000,000 railroad ties. The drama
tic profession can no longer com
plain justly of the ingratitude ot an
The people of Oregon adopted a
law to abolish railroad passes. The
all-wise legislature enacts a law to
give all the officials passes. Selah.
President Hill of the Great
Northern railroad says he must
ther double track his present line
built a new one across the
While the congressional patty of
investigators were on the Isthmus
of Panama an alligator tried to eat
one of the members. Both the al-
gator and the congressman were
House bill No. 250, requiring
that a permanent record be kept by
the county clerk ot each county of
all elections held within the county,
passed the senate. With but six
negative votes, the house passed
Beal's bill providing for the appoint
ment by the State Food and Dairy
Commissioner, of a cheese and dai
ry inspector and a cieamery and
dairy commissioner. These ap
pointees are to receive an annual
salary of $1500, and an allowance
of $1000 per annum for traveling ex
penses. The bill was favorably
considered by the house in commit
tee of the whole with Rodgers, of
Marion, in the chair.
Special until March 1st. Torch
Paris Panel, only $5.00 per dozen.
Cali and see Pope, the Photographer.
HILL MAY BUILD
A NEW LINE
TO THE PACIFIC COAST.
If Efforts te Inereese Capitalisation
Fail, ee aa te Double Track
the Great Northern.
Chicago, Feb. 13. Should J. J.
Hill fail in his efforts to increase the
capitalization of the Great North
ern sufficiently to enable him to
make a double track system
throughout its entire length it is
said he will get around the difficul
ty by organizing a new company
and building another transcontinen
This would be considerably more
expensive than merely doubly track
ing the existing road, but, where
necessary, money expenditures do
not count for much with Hill in
carrying out his purpose.
The first step in the construction
of such a new road probably would
be the building of a line from St.
Paul to the western end of North
Dakota and this would serve to re-
ieve the congestion of the Great
Northern where it is most severely
Best Cabinent Photo's, including
folder, only $3.00 per dozen this
week and next. Gallery open 9 a.
m. to 4 P. m. Sundays 1 to 4. D. in.
Pope, the Photographer.
H. Gessner, "The Painter," now
ocated in the last store building on
Main street east, does painting, pa
pering, tinting and all kinds of in
terior decorating. Refinishinz of
House, Store and Office Furniture.
Headquarters for New Era Paints,
Varnishes and Brushes. '
Dart rf it fU,
They lived thr.
- - . . - Ulll
i tnai hrmc
this to a blacksmith who was Iocat
Willamette river below Portland
T- J .
x e maae my p.ow I took it to .n naming it and named hi Angelica
other man and he stocked it and Cornwall in honor of mv tiS
.1 t - ... . r.ir. a- 1: ' "v native
tucu a 11 uu my snouider, strad-r ""Kcnca, ew York
died my mule and set out forborne, v t tr5t store n Hillsboro was
.SmilesdistanL I was rather tired Forest Groe a amCd Su,ger-
when I arrived home, but I was the a man name3 Town" tS?- by
fortunate possessor of the invaluable abut the time of the minins iir?.!
instrument, a plow. "f"t in California. A bolrrW
r.r' W" est.ablis to take in
less while I was amonwr the Indian, I ;r ;""uu l.ne .'or the benefit
but had almost drorped ft until in th, mL v"11 ?hlIJren. w that
- - j 'h ui ukz aoie to p-o
1S63 when I took ud with the mines. Portland t.. iue
ore at the time of the w" IX
homeopathic system of medicine
and have been practically more orcitement
less ever since.
ITo tie Continued.
Having received my Card mounts
from the East, can meet any compe
tition, work and prices compared.
Rising From the Grave.
A prominent manufacturer, Wm,
A. Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C. re
lates a most remarkable experience.
He says: "After taking less than
three bottles of Electric Bitters, I
feel like one rising from the grave.
Mv trouble is Brights disease, in
the Diabetes stage. I fully believe
Electric Bitters will cure me perma
nently, for it has already stopped
the liver and bladder complications
which have troubled me for years."
Guaranteed at all druggists. prce
It appears that some persons be
lieve that the czar of Russia has not
yet troubles enough, and so they
are accusing him of writing poetry.
Once in a while it is the man that
is unreasonable. Here is one suing
his wife for divorce because she did
not die, as she said she would.
Special inducements to March 1.
Call and aee Pope, the Photograph
I The Oregonlan and Inde
pendent, one yar, 82.
A Valuable Leaaon.
"Six years ago I learned a valua
ble lesson," writes John Pleasant,
of Magnolia, Ind. "I then began
taking Dr. King's New Life Pills,
and the longer I take them the bet
ter I find them." They please ev
erybody. Guaranteed by all drug
Full blooded Black Minorca, Brown
Leghorn and Barred Rock cockerels.
Also several tons of good carrots, sugar
beets and Lagoon and Clark Seedling
Corner Oak and Seventh fits., Hillsboro
The postmaster of St. Louis says
that society women are eligible for
membership in the Ananias society.
From this it is to be seen that not
all the prevaricators are in congress.
Don't carry a wet blanket around
with you to throw over every propo
sition or enterprise that is mention
ed to you. Feelin gs are contagious.
Your enthusiasm and moral support
becomes a part of your neighbors'
assents. Your doubts and opposi
tion will become a burden for your
neighbor to carry. The Dalles
A few years ago the Ladies'
Home Journal, now one of the best
and most widely circulated month-
y magazines, sought favors of the
country press by sending out editor
ial copy tor papers to republish,
with a certain fixed credit to be giv
The Observer is free to confess
that it was among the thousands of
country sheets that used it. But
there came a time, after the maga
zine had got unlimited practically
free advertising and had gained a
remarkable circulation, when it
dropped its country friends and un
suspecting boosters and absolutely
refused to consider its benefactors
any longer as worthy copyists or
Now comes another ladies' maga
zine, just as good and as well
known and published in Ohio, with
the same manner of copy and prac
tically the same proposition. Not
saving it will accord the same treat
ment, the Observer intends and
would advise other papers to leave
it alone and let the large periodicals
hoe their own rows. Victory (O.)
The undersigned is in the mar
ket for 50,000 to 150,000 split cedar
posts. Would like to hear from
anybody wishing to contract ior
any portion of the above amount
Address, J. II. DUNLOP.
Cascade Locks, Ore.
Hunting ior Trouble.
"I've lived in California 20 years,
and am still hunting for trouble in
the way of burns, sores, wounds,
boils, cuts, sprains, or a case of piles
that Bucklen's Arnica Salve won't
quickly cure," writes Charles Walt
ers, of Alleghany, Sierra Co. No
use hunting, Mr. Walters, it cures
every case. Guaranteed at all drug
Have just received the'first
shipment of land plaster.
while this shipment lasts, as
it is indefinite when the next
shipment will be received, on
account of our inability to
Climax Milling Co.
There's a lot of Satisfaction
in a shoo which after month's ot
wpfir. needs onlv polish to "Look
like new." You 11 find comlort,
ease and profit in the
will.want somthing pretty and good. Come and
No better made. No better can b. mad.. Our
guarantee goes with every pair
is the finest in the county.
..ui as-to-iistt Grocery Itloase. Oar
The old Reliable Corner Grocery and Shoo Store