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riiid truin will run daily except H
tluy, aul service w ill be maintain!
Ioiik uh the hiiaineH will justify. Tlii
will Im a liical iaimeni;er truin oi subur
Uui nature atui w ill not curry a batnge
I. (i. VICKEKS, Anent.
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No. 10 p m
r.verytutiiK In the line of Fruit Jan
t Oreer .
sure Thiuu ' Corn Remover, 20c a
uome i the Ilillsburo I'liarmacy.
una ua Anderson of Keedville ha
ret'irne.1 from an outing at Seaside.
miss May hoodie was up from Reed-
vllle Tuesday viaitinu Hillsboro friendt.
For Bale. Oue share of stock ia the
Svliolls Telephone Co., $15.00.
C. fc. litres, ItcaYerton, Or.
1X9 mre aud attend the Park dance
Saturday uijjht. Splendid time and
good music. Tickets $1.
Iry one of thoso 1U07 New Morrow
toasters at K. Ie Sears' liicycle Shop.
uuaranteed to tjive satisfaction.
Mil Maud Dant, of Keedville, was a
Hillsboro visitor Wednesday.
Attorney W. G. Hare went to New
port Tuesday for aa outing.
lias Ball goods of all kinds K. Lee
Sear's Bicycle shop on Main street.
Just received. A fine line of glass,
water and berry sots at K. II. Greer's.
Mrs. Layton arrived In Hillsboro Wed
nesday evening for an extended visit
with ber sister-in-law, Mrs. II. V. Gates.
Miss Elvera Victor, of Bellingham,
Wash., is in Hillsboro spending the
week with her sister, Mrs. C. K. Peicli-
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Economy Fruit Jars at Greer's.
II. A. Walker and wile are enjoying
an outing at Seaside.
New 1!07 bicycles in at Sears' liicycle
Slinp. Main St.
Born. On Monday last to Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Powell, daughter.
Money to loan on real estate security
II. T. Bugley,
Mrs. Medley and Miss Grace Ballard
go to Seaside Saturday for a few days'
Keiueiiilier the dance at the Park Sat'
urdav night. Walker's orchestra. Tick
If you want a good Talcum Powder,
call for the "Velvet Talcum Powder," at
Hie HilUboro Pharmacy.
Koy I.. Greear left Wednesday morn-
iiiK for Newport where he will take an
outing until next Monday.
The'Oregoii Holiness association will
bt'k'ln a series of campmeetiugs at Tre-
mont on the Mount Scott line today.
The series will last until Monday, Juby
There w ill be morning services at the
Congregational church next Sunday
morning. Topic, ' The Power of the
(.lor pel."- I'uio't service in the eve
The Independent annouuced dance
in the park for lata Saturday night. It
should have read Saturday night of this
week, July 27. Ke member the date,
aud alo the fact that there is going to
be a good time.
Chickeu thieves are getting in their
work a little early this year. K. I).
Thome lost a couple ol chicken slews
one ni:ht lust week and Barber Bal
lard's tlock wus reduced an even ball
doteu. A little rock salt planted where
it would do the most good would help
some iu cases of this kind.
The l!ev. C. C. Po'ing, Hi. D., of 1
Mars, Iowa, will preach in the tent on
Third street Saturday evening, alto
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, at 3 In
the afternoon and at 8 o'clock in the
evening. The meetings will be contin
ued eucli evening during the coming
week. The He v. C. P. Gates of St.
Johns, will be prevent a number of eve
nings to assist in the meetings.
Miss I-epha liuble of Portland, for
uierly of this city, was a guest of Miss
Dant at Keedville the first of the week.
Miss Jennie Kusiuussen of Forest
Grove, was a guest of J. B. Imlay and
J. Dant and fuiuiliea at Keedville the Lives and friends.
nrn oi the week.
We are prepared to do all kinds of re.
pairing In tlrst clans shape and guaran
tee every piece of work. At K. Lee
Sears' Bicycle Shop,
W. E. Thorne and family left for Ya
lleidel Brothers have moved their real
estate office to tbe building adjoining
Palmateer't Confectionery, on Second
E. I. Knratli and wife left Wednes
day for Menlo, Wash., where they will
visit for the next two weeks with re!a-
The M. E. and Congregational Sun
day school scholars joined in having
picnic at the park Wednesday and a fine
time is reported.
Miss I.ucv Weatherred gave an
borne" to few of her young friends in
quina Bay Tuesday. He expects to re- honor of Miss Frances Taylor of San
turn in about tun days to look after his
garden, but the family will remain dur
ing the season
Edward lurrun, formerly pastor of the
Congregational church in this city, aud
later publisher of the Condon Times,
has sold that paper and purchased an in'
terest in a job printing office in Port
Miss Kena Enochs, w ho took her first
lessons in printing in this otlice, is now
at Wheatland, Cal and during the ab
sence of its owner, she will publish The
V heatland Four Corners, a local paper
of that pluce.
Fouud. In the circuit court room in
Hillsboro, a lady's purse, with steel
chain, containing small sura of money,
handkerchief and some rice. Owner can
have the same by applying at the coun
rrancisco last Saturday evening.
Dr. A. M. Taylor and daughter, Miss
Francis, who have been guests at the
Weatherred home for a couple of weeks
returned to their borne in San Francisco
F. E. Huntsinger has moved his fain
ily and household effects from Tillamook
and will make Hillsboro their home.
He has rented one of the Sholea' rot
tages and will move in as soon as bis
Watermelons and summer complaint
is very much the atyl these summer
days. Melons come high, but peopl
will have them and the market is well
supplied at fair prices.
Mr. and Mis. Will Adkins returned
from a two months' outing at Seaside
ty clerk's olliee, pro!nz property and lm,t wwk- They say there are many at
paying for this notice. I tractions at the sea shore, but they are
, , , .... S'J to get home again.
J. P. Jackson lust week bought fifty
acres of tbe Win. Miltenbetger farm, 1 J ',r1, B ''lley accompanied by
miles west of Tigardville, paying 12.700, uer " oruc; Has been In fortland lor
Dossess on tobeuiven In tli fall. Mr P week, tier mother. Airs. J. u.
Merryman, has been suffering with a
sevre attack of erysipelas, but is much
The Forest Grove local trains, Noa. 7
8, 9 and 10 will run on Sundays after
August 1st, when a new time-card will
go into effect. The change will be pub'
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Interstate Exposition of Irritation and 'T V m'J9
Fore.tr. w l.l. l. n,u.. in Kn,,..,n.rt l"e enl l itallon,
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I A vniirnr man ni mav I ill Kialian i
one or more of th numeroug cash prizes I MM ,. . . . . . ' .
... , . ,T . . . , . .1 "ported very low with spinal menmgi
Jackson's home is in Vancouver, and
about September 1st he will move his
family, consisting of wife and four cliil
dren, to his new possession, when they
will make Washington county their
Every small exhibitor at. the coming
Win. G. Keppel and Hettie M. Krei
der, both of Forest Grove, were mar
ried on Wednesday afternoon by Justice
II. T. Bsgley, the ceremony being per
formed in his Honor most fascinating
and up to date fashion. Mr. Keppel is
spoken of as a young man of in
dustrious habits and worthy of the band
s line yoijug bride he has taken for bis
life's partner. May their future be one of
proerity and happiueas is the wish of
The Independent and numerous friends
iu thuir home town.
In iscousin no boy under 10 can use
tobacco in any form legally on any pub
lic street or in any public place except
when in the company of bis parent or
guardian. And any person allowing any
such boy to us tobacco on bis premises
is subject to a tine of from f 10 to $25.
If such a law were in force in this state
some of our youthful spitters would be
in a hard row of slumps, but it would
be better for them both physically and
Trotitdale, a prosperous little town
eighteen miles east of Portland, was
almost entirely wiped out by lire last
Sunday morning, the toe being estimat
ed at f30,i00, with only 111,0110 insur
ance. A drunken man knocked over a
kerotene lamp, which started the blaze.
He was bumtd to death, and a compan
ion was so ba lly burned that he will
probably die. The saloon, near which
the ore started, was consumed, aa were
another saloon, two hotels, two general
stores, livery stable, the postolnce and
What's this) about women never learn
ing anything -never discovering !
thing? The ladies ol the Army laouch
the thundering truth upon an insect
tortured woild that nius.iuitoe never bite
through anything white, while black
and colors attract them. They that is.
the ladies learned lhi In the Philip
pines. nd therefore In the musketo
eon they never wer ny tut white
g'ovee, white stocking nd white W
where accessible to the vicious little
monsters. If t!.i I true, it it worth
all that the Philippines have cost us.
But whv did not those exteedinily wise
scientist who bave been making stuJy
of the niunuito for yrs find thii out T
Tbe National Tribune.
display of individual product. A sanv
pie box of peaches, prune, grapes, or
other fruit may win for it owner $50.00
in cash. The cost and trouble of .enter
ing exhibit are merely nominal
On Sunday morning last the body of
C. E. Harbauith was found in a tent near
the Groner A Howell sawmill, seven
miles southeast of this city. Dr. Wood,
who examined the body, decided that
death was caused by heart failure,
though a report was at first circulated
that the man bad committed suicide.
The deceased was 4S years old and leaves
tis. Yesterday be was reported resting
easy, but this it considered a bad sign
by those familiar with tbe di
Mr. and Mrt. M. W. Ransom, of Kan
sas City, Mo., are here visiting Mrt.
Kansom'a aunt, Mrt. B. P. Cornelius.
They have not met for over forty years.
Tbey are accompanied by their daugh
ter, liessie, and will remain until the
first of next week.
Hani C. Wahlberg, prominent bop
man of Portland, with an office at 221),
Morrison street, and well known in tbit
a wife and seven children. He was at I city, was among the rescued from the
onetime publisher of the McMinnville I Columbia tunk off the California coast
News ami later a real estate agent in
Seattle. He went to work for the mill
people abont two months ago.
Mis Minnie Buxton, formerly of For
eit Grove, but now of Portland, who
was among the ones lesctied from tbe
finking steamer Columbia last Saturday
night at Eureka, on the California coast,
i a trained nurse, residing at 709 Over
ton street. Hie bad been spending ber
vacation in California, and as it was
known she bad taken the Columbia,
great anxiety was felt by her friends un
til the newt of her safety was received.
Mist Buxton is well known In Hillsboro
nd in Corvallis, where she wat a stu
dent of the Oregon Agricultural College.
Tillamook county w ill have another
exhibition of its dairy products at its
annual county fair this year, which
taket place in Tillamook City on tbe
0n.t "'(-.I "1,1, nl Tl...
will be a stock show In connection with
the fair. Dairymen have been receiv-
to arrive on tbe Elder. Giving hit ex
perience the next nay ue said ; "1 was
in state room No. 12, half asleep. I
beard a rush of people and awoke. Ev
eryone wat on deck. The cause of tbe
accident wat carelessness, gross careless
ness, of the captain of the Colombia. I
bate to speak to of a man who lost bis
life. The Columbia wat running at full
speed in the densest kind of a fog. Had
be slackened the speed of tbe vessel,
tbe disaster would never bave happen
ed. The officers on tbe bridge were
confuted. Tbey went against all rules
and loet their beads completely. There
wst a terrible explosion aboard the vessel
just at the tank. Not a tingle boat wat
lowered, all were either cut with axea
or knivet from their davitt. I wat bad
ly bruised in the accident, and will re
main bere to tee a doctor.' Mr. Wahl
berg't opinion of the responsibility of
the captain of the ill-fated steamer will
not be shared by many who have read
of hit heroic conduct.
On May 9th Mrt. Hannah F. Camp
ing exceedingly hiah pricet for butter un fileJ iui for diroM jn tb circuit
court from her husband, Joseph Camp
bell, giving at a cause cruet and inhu
man treatment, threatening to kill,
blasphemous, obscene and abnsive lan
guage toward tbe plaintiff in tbe pres
ence of their children and ttrangert, and
other thlnga which bad tendency to
make life unendurable. Tbit week
Campbell filet hit answer to tbe com
plaint, which la a general denial of every
charge, and aayt that hit wife It the
one to blame. He charges her with as
saulting him with a knife, inflicting a
painful wound on bit hand ; jabbing
bim in the tlats with a table fork with-
fat in Tillamook this year, ranging from
33c to 37c per pound, lieing 10 cents per
pound above that paid last year, aver
aging from $12 to $14 per cow per
month. The fair will te made interest
ing for tbe numerous camera and plea
sure seekers who go to Tillamook every
year from other counties, where they
spend their summer vacations in that
prosperout and delightful coast county.
Any fool can destroy tree. They can
not run away; and if tbey could they
would still be destroyed chased and
bunted down as long a fun or a dollar
cmld be sot out of their bark hides.
branching horns or magnitlcient bowl t cauee or provocation, and In
t-rkhnn.. K.w th.t fell trees plant numerous other wayt making bfe a long,
them; nor would planting avail much
toward getting back anything like the
noble primeval forest. During a man s
life only sappbngs can be grown in
place of the old tree, ten cenluriet old
that bave been destroy!. It took more
fa'takl ..... ii mW anniA of the
tll.ll .v-.. . . . ...!!.. .1! I III.
tree in these Western woods, trees that grouno. ne . i . uitu- ,uu.u -
... .nil .i.n.Hnu In irfert strength and K'tOM-d
mw " i -
continuous and painful spasm. He de
claret tbat in May last, without the for
mality of notice, she gathered her
children together, roped the family cow
and went to Hillsboro, where tbey are
now living in quiet and peace, leaving
him desolate and alone. On these
beauty; waving and siuhiug in the lor-
. ... ! t- -II .1.-
est of tue Merra. iutouku an m
wonderful, eventful ceoiurit tince
Christ's time and long before mat
God ba cared for tins tree, eaved
them fiom drought, disease, avalanches
and ft thousand straining, leveling Urn
nLa and floods, but he can not tav
thera from fools only I'ncle Sam can
do that. John Muir ia the August Atlantic,
to him and not to ber, or to
modified at to give him tbe children,
property and everything else in tight
excepting the fresh air and freedom tbe
womon is now en toying. It it taid be
made a call on tbe family last Tueeday,
bt an older daughter slammed the door
in hit face and ordered him away from
the house. The case came np before
Jude McBride just before adjourning
court last week ana eonunueu w iot
rs fi, .1.., . .
At the Cyciery
"U best you can eet
AtmriwrW. x ,,
their iuu""-' nHing,
Waller l'.nnmhMrttsi eU
.ndmol'totown. " "BCB
The ecllp of the n,oo U.t SVan
U..MniDU Wt beautiful sight and
witness by most ofourcitiz...
iroui i" "roi ti COUft houi
to a rouu. le court roow
stairs. W.ikr BnJ bii ,orc
now lm H t nj co, ,U(J io(J qu,rUfi
to work in-
Mr.R. K- KWun and Mist Haiti
Butler, of thitcily.hfci heir ,icktt
purcliaJ d uulJi,av.iB(t for Cali
forniaooth ttsans, Columbia which
was sclieJu''" to lesv port,n j
The siting of that boat mad other ari
X. W. Thompson, of the principal
borstrsiseri in Idaho, as in Portland
WednesJay on hi, wsy ,0 th- 8onlh
with twocarlott.li of draft horses. He
said that it h' 'rm near Boise he has
been giving particular attention to tbe
rearing uf I'erckeront, Belgian and
French coach horns, ,j tlal th J-
mand for the loimuls at present Is
much greater than formerly. All alone
the coast heavy horses are in constant
request ami t g'd prices. Mr. ThoiuD-
son said lit was offsred a fairly hiirh
price for one or two teams at tha local
yards, but that lit had practically told
the shipment it abetter figure and da.
cideil to take Ibein on throunh. Ora-
Alden Anderson renorts from Sacra
mento that climatic condition In that
tection of Jilifornia could not be better
for maturing ind shipment of fruit, be
ing ideal in ill respecti. a says that
the acreage of ingar prunes his increat-
el aud that the quality of both prunes
and plums continues fine. Tbe report
states that l conniderible Increase is
noted over the previnm week In Craw
ford peaches, and thry are coming In
somew hat earlier than expected. Bart-
lett pears are in tits midst of the sea
son, but will fall off rapidly from now
on. Ij1 week K':l can were ibipped.
With referencs to grapes, the report
ay the climatic condition are every
thing to le deniied, and that no damage
to the crop has been reported. The
state will liars large quantities of all
varieties to ship out, including Thomp
son seedless, Uulafu, Tokayt and all
varieties of Slack gris.
There is no qm-eti-s but Washington
county is losing thousands of dollars
yearly because pui'iuiust g elsewhere
after passing throng the several grades
now taught in the schools, to Ot
them for collie uJiisli their educa.
tion. Many ch in thi city ar
,vimnled to iwi their studies after
going through t different department
here for the roato $liat parent are not
in a position toenil them to Corvallit,
Monmouth, Eu(?n ot elsewhere, and
other do not cut '0 eend their children
away from bomt There ia an oppor
tunity for Ilillsturo to get a county high
chool, and eveniwdy Bhould talk-about
it, agitate it, amiaOrk to bave tuch to
institution estailiel here. It meant
much for the fature of this city, and
now that thingi'"lo'l'ing bright and
rosy for HillahofvWt let that high
school, with all i" " iTantaget to our
people, get bewt ll your reach. Strike
while the iron iili 'V "J strike hard.
Many a man bsi tamed bis back on
Hillsboro. afteronmir here to locate,
because lie deciJiJ (here wat good land
to be had near "ty that bad better
Miss I.ucv Weitherred entertained at
ber home on atnrJby night in honor of
her cousin, Mi frnc't Taylor of San
Francisco. The erening waa ient play-
in same, and t 18,9 hour all were
escorted to PalMer' confectionary,
here they wers served with deliciou
refreshments. Taoee present were tne
Missel Frances TiVlor, Grace Emmott,
Mattie Wilson, uJ Grirtith, Joseph
ine Follet, Bess Connell, Mary Sewell,
LnraTamiesie.f'ftCo'e, Lula Donel-
son. Mariraret Oooilin, Wilma Heidel,
Tbeodate Hobhs. Lucy Weatherred and
Messr. Eichard " ""y. ill Corwin,
Harold Greear, Kooald Vaught, Earl
Hobband Robert I"" brie.
Tbe following i taken 'rora a Witcon-
n pai'er publisheJ 'near our old borne,
nd the statemeii "rein is anJOUDf
II- . .,.( At W rte the Owent of
Columbia countr wer 'ked upon at
truthful. At 'b' J'tnce, and after
tbe lapse of to msr.? yr, it doe sound
exceedingly fishy, however: "A turtle
as found in thJr" ' John r. Jone
last Thurlay upon tne back of which
a.foondthin" II. O., 1877,
evidently cut " I xeiknti. a
the initials corrtr our W.
Owen, the f"'e buyer, he was
hown the turtle w eu u me ini
tials and crvin. "e his and with
much surpri .!"'icu mat he wat tbe
engraver tbat '" tck 01 Ua
crawling aoim" ,,v '" D remein-
berrd distinctly i"" occurrence; that
thirty years i "c company witb
Millar! w ,n toe name
of Stewart fr ""'enng tnrougn
the pasture neir rm of John Lewi
ut ...uth of t mey ranacroet
bnnrh of litt! mrtl- Some on ug-
ge.ted the kle of e1' carving bit ini
tial! npon th t" u ! BftN
hU bog which triT did and turned
them loose. AoJ n0 'ter lapse of
thirty year Mr-Turl'' row to be a
full-fledged iuerBir ' e family that
I noted for it nP nJ longevity,
hows up but ' ?,f ,ron the bom
of itt foster itbrf' lent'y beaded
there for th purr' comparing Dote
with its acou10 . . ol n,ny Tear
For taveral evenings past a duxen or
more boy and young men, who would I
highly insulted it placed in the hoodlum
class, bave made themselves conspicu
ous and downright nuisance by dis
turbing th goeoel meeting held nightly
in the tent on Third street. Their cat-
calls and cries of "Amen," while the
service were going on ha hindered tbe
meeting aud been of great annjyaoce
to tbe tpeakeri. Laat Wednesday these
louche lined up on tbe sidewalk In front
of the tent and made so much noise that
it waa almost impossible to ro on with
tbe services, and when remonstrated
with were very insulting It may be
interesting fur them to know that their
names have been secured and if there
it a repetition of the disgraceful con
duct of Wednesday evening Ibere will
be something doing. Tbe marsball
ought to devote an hour to that locality
and rake in the scuff that have not the
decency to respect a religious meetiog.
Bernard Koyer, whose home is in Al
bion, this county, and who has been
cutting ttcs on the l:ne of the P. K. A
X., bad ft tree fall on bim yesterday,
breaking bis right arm above the wrist
and otherwise bruising bim. Dr. F. J.
Bailey set tbe fracture.
Cherrie ar coming in a little thi
week, but tbe crop ia very light and
there will be comparatively ro crop.
What few do come in are eagerly snap
ped up at $2.00 a bushel Fox like,
Her In Oregon the cherry season is
about over. W wish our Wisconsin
friends could have feasted on the hun
dred of bushels of the deliciou fruit
tbat lie. rotting on the ground and hang
ing In the tree top. Cberrit at large
ai walnut and free for tbe asking.
It U Certainly a Wonder.
Several form of change maker have
been put out from time to time, but it
remained for Tho. 8. Wilkes, ot this
city, to devise the first oae tbat embod
ies tbe essential feature of a practical
machine handling coin or currency
with equal facility and susceptible of
any extension or modification likely to
be demanded by the requirements of
Among it itrong point are: Coin
lwayt In tight of the operator to tbat
no danger of abort changing need occur
from any particular denomination be
ing eshauited. Facility with which the
operator can let it to deliver different
kindt of change. The operation being
absolutely controlled by the coin placed
in the machine and the automatic check
upon error afforded by itt receiving gear
being to arranged tbat a coin must be
placed in itt proper receptacle. A coin
cannot be placed in the receptacle in
tended for tmaller one, and if placed
p ft larger one is thrown out again, thus
eliminating the most fruitful cause of
error and dispute.
Tbe removable coin rack which il to
be taken oat of the register, placed in I
taf or any secure place for safe keeping,
and reinserted and securely locked.
Suitable graduations are to be proyid
ed to tbat tbe amount of money in each
tube may be read off and tbe aggregate
amount determined without handling
The compound payment guard, which
enables th machine to take care of all
or any part of the different coin at one
time, making change for the imallest
coin paid In only thui preventing error
and insuring a correct record o( the
Mr. Wilkes bit devised numerous im
provemeuta in the machine since com
p'etirz the model, and is contemplating
tbe construction of another machine lor
the purpose of thowlng these improve
ment!. Tbe basil patent issued to The Ameri
can Promotion Co., of Phoenix, Arizo.
na, in the United States and England
February 6, l'JOO. German patent it
not yet issued. Patent! on improve
ment! are being applied for.
Il ii th Intention of the inventor to
diipose of tb patent a oon a all ar
lecartd If tuiUble offer ii madeor to
establish factory if that teemi to be
tbe beet course.
In view of tbe fact tbat it doea all that
any exitting form of cwh register does
with no greater difficulty of manipula
tion nd in ftddition niaket the chinge
with crUinty and accuracy will urely
make It formidable candidate for pub
lic favor. It hi won th unqualified
endorsement of all user of cash regif
ters where it ha been exhibited and it
limplicity of construction and operation
commendi it to oter and mechanic. '
The following turvivort of the Colum
bia diiatUr, ouUid of Oregon, arrived
in Portland yetrday on tbe tteamer
Go. W. EUr ;
E W. II. Trueedale, Richfield, 111.
K H. Ewart, Oklahoma City, Okla.
K Kobineon, Alanieua.
v.. II. Mver. Frank Mario.
H. Khoulder. Mr. A. C
I. E. Hill. Santa Ana.
William Pieney, Chicago.
Fred Krupp, Buffalo, . l.
A C Woodward, Oakland.
Fred Rogers, Fnid, Okla.
Olal Peterson, Spokane.
Dwight Casner. Lead, 8. I.
C R and Ethel Johnson, bfl
J Q Clin and wife, Sanger, I al
Chew Mock. Oakland.
A Schober. Denver.
J W Rigg and wif. Bloomlngton,
I"- c. r,;
Fva Booker, rransiju,
Mary Walter. Minneapolis.
Jay Brotherton and EmeOordon, In-
William Hawing "
Mabel Gr, Peoria, III.
W. A. Klodt. Seattle.
Clyde C. Roland. Spokane.
Mrs J M Tbooip''. Napa.
j W Wa.Hv.Sl Ioui.
Frank C Hager. Johnstown, I a.
J C irr, ScbuyWr. Nt
Joseph Uroy, Denver. Colo.
H Otto, Denver, Colo,
liana Green, Cleveland. O.
Mary E G. Eiwood, lad.
REAL MTATl TRANSFERS.
F Breske to Sherman Murphy
et al part of aec I & 8 I 2 n
4 w A other laud tifiOO 00
John A Foote to A C bhute
part of lot 7 block 1 Hills
boro...... x MO
Investment Co to John Nell
son el al 50 acrea in sec 3."
Charles E Bradley and wf to
Frank C Ortb lots 15 A 10
block It South Park add
William D Hareet al to F M
lleidel se J uf sec 32 t 3 n 3
w . .'
Win A Miltenberger to J P
Johnson 50 acrss in sec 4 t 2
si w 2W0 00
Wtu Keidt and wt to Mary E
Adams lots 17 A IS block 15
West Portland Heights 1 00
Albert A Mead to J W Shute
40 acres in sec 1 t 2 4 w... 10 00
Waiter 11 Purdin and wf to
Jacob Bucbele lot 43 A. 44
Cornelius Environs 2400 00
A Carstens to Dillie C Car-
sten part of blk 4 6 A 8 West
Portland Heights 1VA) 00
L I.yel McCarthy to Bertha B
McCarthy 15 acrea ia Sam J
Scott d Ictlllw 100
Carrie C Hinet et al to Ira II
Crawford 7 acrea near Bux
ton 1 00
Deloe P Hopkins and wf to J
W Shu te 60 acres iu tec IS
I!n3w 9.V) 00
J W Shute and wf to G W
Barnes lots 1 A 2 block 5
Fairview add Hillsboro 1 00
Anna B Connell et al to Sam
uel Gowan et al 1 acre in sec
30tln3w 100 00
Walter Hannan and wf to A
J Perkins tract in sec 4 t 2
n4w 75 00
Ernest Haberstroh to Iasoh K
Fisk part of blk 9 Cornel
ius 900 00
Richard II Mason and wf to
Peregrin Totzauer part of
sec2t2sl w 3000 00
Alice Woolf to Alexaudrr J
Bell aw 1 ol se 1, se of sw
A w , of iw 1 sec 34 t 3 n 3
w 1100 00
Catharine Ijirsen et al to Geo
Johansen et al i acre in lot
E Fairview add Hillsboro . 1 00
Anna II Bailey to Jacob R
Reeher 1 acre in sec 4 1 1
3w 100 00
W E Daviea et al to M J Kin
ney part Of sec 13 k other
land t 2 n 4 w (297.25) 20000 00
Harriet R Davit to Fred S
Olsen part of blk 12 Sim
mon's add Hillsboro 1400 00
Lily M Buxton et al to Mary
R Miller part of blk 3 Forest
Grove ltao 00
John Boyd and wf to August
Lovegren n i of ne ) sec 22 t
1 sS w 100 00
F E Southard ana wf to U F
Sanborn Co iw of tec 4 1 1
Wm Boucaeia to JW Shute
e ) of tw 1-4 A iw 1-4 of tw
1-4 see 32 I3n3 w
Jat Bell to II F Hoecker lot
15 Garden Home
W D Hare to A W Walker W
acre in Ja E Rice d I c 1 1
n 3 w
Cbarle E Cravan t al to
Cbarlea Hall n 1-4 of t 1-4
ec 12 t 2 n 6 w A other land
E A Urge et al to M II G roes
bock tract 5 amended plat
of Fairview add Hillsboro..
I. B McFarlaud et al to Mark
T Cox 59 acre aec 0 1 1 1 4
E D Curtis to S A Moulton
lot 7 Curtis subdivision Wm
Stokssd Ictln 3w
A bill ltbefor tbe legislature of Texas'
providing tbat all locomotive ia that
state be equipped with electric head
Several wireless Ulenrapb stations will
he established in tbe Turkish empire.
American expert will train tha Turk!
to use the instruments.
The city of Constantinople, with a
million and a quarter Inhabitant! 1 with
out electric light or power. German
capitalists have been granted concession
by the Sultan and tb city will very
shortly be supplied with both light and
treet railway. Water powsr will ba
developed uot far from th Turkish Cap
The temperature during th week
were nearly normal. There were no hot
wind, but on Saturday temperature of
ninety degree or mora were common in
tbe Willamette valley, southern Oregon,
and In the central and northern countie
between the Cascade and the Blue moun
tains. W est of tbe Cascade mountain!
the afternoon temperature averaged
from two to four denree cooler than
they did during the preceding week, bat
in tbe eastern counties both tb night
and day temperature were (lightly high
er than they wer last week.
No rain of consequence occured except
in the foothill of tbe Blue mountain,
where afternoon thundersbowert were
almost of daily occurrence. Tha rainfall
attending these showers wat generally
very light. In tb coast counties thera
were many foggy mornings, but tbe after-
twu tta vara ttttnara. llv clear. Tha per
centage of aunshiu was less than usual
n all parts of the State.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Nntloa la harabr liven that tbs andsrelf aea
admlnlsuolor of the Baute of John P. Muftf
maun, daosascd, has filed la Uts County ueun
of Waanlmtoa County, Ontoo, bis final a
count, as such administrator, and U sa kn
been sat for hswrtof and Mttlamsnt ban saM
court on Monday August M, IW7, at W o'clock
A. M. of said day.
Administrator of tb btate of Joba P. Moke
A DOZEN BABIES
TO SIT FOR THEIR PHOTOGRAPHS, from one to ioo
years old. We are here for business aud are prepared to do
all the latest and up-to-date work from a thumb-nail sticker to
a grand solar cab.
Havine ourchased the O. M. Tope Tholograph Callery, we
are prepared to continue the business at the old stand, and as
there are two of us to handle the business, we propose to go
out at all times to take Scenic Views and other Photographs-
Bring on the Babies 1
EBY & MADER.&
When a man leaves home in the evening it is because be
seeks amusement. The best way to keep him home is to give
him the amusement there. Make home a competitor of down
town, the club, the cafe, the theatre and the concert hall. No
thing will furnish so much amusement for so many people, so
many times, and in so many ways as the Edison Phonograph.
Talk alfout versatility ! If you had a brass band on tap and
several leading concert hall singers on salary, and two or three
funny men to crack jokes, and a beautiful soprano to sing bal
lads, you could not give the same amount of varied entertainment
that the Edison Phonograph gives by simply changtng records-
You ran hear the whole program at our store.
The prices on Edison goods are the same anywhere in the
U. S. If you buy here you have no freight to pay which means
something about $i oo.
Prices: Edison Standard or No. 5 '20.00
Home - fSO.OO
" Triumph 150.00
' Records, per dozen I 4.20
You can hear the recrods at my store any time, and we will be
only to glad to play for you. You will be surprised at the re
markable distinctness and clearness of the Edison Phonograph in
prodnciag sound. Cash or Installments Same price.
e l Mccormick,