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About The Argus. (Hillsboro, Or.) 1894-1895 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1894)
THURSDAY,. AUi;. 2 185M.
Voul taken on MilHcriliin.
Iiiitt.fr iiiitl fire tin cash on
llvcyou men tlior dinner
wtM at OrvyrV?
T. j. IVjteet. of (tHHlmi, rust
Iwtiiig ut ilie count.
-The District Lodge of (lood
Ti'niplrtiti will beheld in Sllerivooil,
Friday, Am;. Htli.
A vijzilant committee inav or
Kaui.u in llillsbtiro (or th" r tce-
tioii (if hell I'ooctrt.
T. V. Siin, the horseman of
Seum Valley, spent ft fuw days in
Cortland on business thin week.
. Kditli t!aiTion came out from
Portland Saturday and in visiting
friend and relatives in tliiH cily.
A lovtily rliniuM1 net of lO.'i
pieces at Urcer's for 110.7"). Tea
nets of the -aim goods, W pieces foi
Geo. Hall hiii enancd to leach
i term of school at Tiirdville.
He will co:iniienee ahiut Septem
-At the Cleveland races last
'1 liurHduy, Alex beat Maud S. la
ruou record on that trifk. Alex's
time waf. 2:0N.
'e are in receipt of Ibn Yu
quiiui Hay News a very handsome
seven column folio "patent in
ards" published at Newport, Ore
This fwbjcet for next Sunday
evmiinn'u Kpworth Lenno is '"Soul
attitude in svorship." The Phari
see and Ilio Publican, header Minn
On last Saturday eveiiiuu while
in an apple, tree pickiug fruit the
twelve yeilr old son of 1. B. Kver
nn, of Oedar Mill, Ml and fractur
ed bin loft ami.
V. II. lialston lias moved in
to hit new hotel nl Gaston. It has
been very handsonily painted ami
(b'wratml bv our fellow towtiNiium,
.1. A. Cumpbell.
V, II. Loliiuun, who at one
timo rt'Bidod here, has been heard
from at Baker City, where he did
Home crooked tvork in one of the
-N. I'aiselou reorts fourteen
1). M. Osbirn it (!o. binders Hold in
this county tins ecason. Twelve of
that number was sold by him from
the Ilillslioio agency.
'I'liiUMlny of last week, Nat
Kiniborlin and daughter, of Brown
oipillty, Kansa, u rived here and
nrjj'notf the jjui'sts of our fellow
towpmniftti, C. I). Kimberlin.
iJis M,ie Clark, who lias been
le.'lj'jiiiij; le-ie iho p.ist, lvo years
Hdh'tvd one day h' st week for a visit
in Mnrslili' ld, Orison, where sins
will iMinain for sonic time.
Wo have been requested to jog
llm memory of the K. P. boys
-thoiit the visit of ll' Grand
Chaneellor le xt .Momliiy ovuninjf.
A good nttemlaiiee is denned
' There will he a meeting of the
voters of llillsboro Hchnol district
next Saturday, to provide, cily
water for I he school, Also for a
heating apperalns for the building
ICleet i ic e'oeks are being placed
in many of the larger cities on this
coast. They are connected by wire
with tiie U. S. obscratorv at Wash
ington, I). C , and are. self corn cl
ing., Y. V. V. K. S. of Iho Congre
gatiohal church, gave a pink tea
.social at the Orange hall, last Fri
day evening, It was both pleasant
and profitable. The net receipts
were H W. 4
Hev. Anderson of this, city is
holding a series of revival meetings
at Gaston. On last Sunday there
were twelve persons that received
thorite of bantism as a result of
his labors there.
E. 0. Barnes was arrested and
brought before I'eoordor Oofibins
Friday morning. , lie plead guilty
to a common 'drunk." win lined
$2 and cosl3. Me paid the fine and
Geo. Patlerson' returned from
Newport Saturday. He says that
the llillsboro people are all nicely
located at Nyo creek near the beach.
They all enjoyed reading The Ar
o Friilny evening.
On last Sunday evening the
six year old son, of John Pierson,
living one and a half miles north
of Keedville, sustained a fracture
of his loft leg, caused by a wagon
doubletree falling on the limb.
John Willis while trimming
shrubbery met with quite a painful
accident Thursday of lne-t week.
He cut n n artery in his thigh him)
lost considerable blood before the
How of blood could be stanched.
( --M. J. Wills now of North
Yakima, is here visiting among
friends ami old acquaintances. At
dna time he w?s a prominent
iiieluhaiit of this city, and was elec
ted one of its first city dads nf.er
On Saturday irtst.'A. H. Gar
rison captured a runaway team
out near the Hoover bridge, north
of town. The harness was badly
broken and one of the hoieen was
M'injured. He did not learn
tt, 5 owners name.
A drive out through the coun
try revea ls the fact that harvest is
well uudar way, It may be that
tirpe,sar not improving much, but
wlrj this large crop of wheat is
jfloved, at a, fair iarioe we expect to
ee time much better than they ar?
I'ho first Deinoreht contest in
which llillsboro talent took pari ;
wan held in the Congretional ,
church, n. tin- city la.t r r.day ev-1
ening. I be meeting nresided
over by .1. M. Brown, was onened
witliiiHong by the malo quartet,
then followed tli'irenderiiig of some
excellent temperance recitations by
.Miss Amy Wells, Benj. Dennis and
Miss Amy Patterson, after which
Miss Etta Kimberlin favored the
audience with an instrumental nolo.
Then Il iiry Bagley. Myrtle Biy
nobis and itoy Burt delivered elo:
(ji: ":it tcniperanee recitations. All
i be iwitations wcie handled skill
fully, and in a manner that showed
ih it inudi care had been taken in
com.uiltin tle'in. While the judg
es, who were all residents of Forest
Grove, wc deciding who was en
titled to the lii"iUI, Mrs Thomas
who ii also of Forest Grove, ex
plained the principles of Demurest
contests. A collection was then
taken for the benefit of local tem
perance work. The judges award
ed the medal to No. f, and it. ,vas
presented by Dr. Tamiesie to Miss
Myrtle Reynolds in a few happy
remarks. Amid the congrut illa
tions the audience dispersed all
looking foward to the next contest
which it is doped will be soon.
If the thousands of protruding
nails were driven down to a level
with the planking a great cause for.
profanity would be removed A
few less than a million are slicking
out all the way from an eighth of
an inch to a half inch. They are a
constant source of an noyanee, und
a menace to life. Shoes and boots'
sillier from such obstructions, and
frequently tin; dresses of ladies are
damaged to a coiisidarabh) extent.
;iee more we call attention to cer
tain pieces of what passes for side
walk. These nbniiitnnblo nails and
loose planks arc a perpetual source I
ot mental and oral profanity. A I
limn stumps his toe, or rips his foot- j
wear, and utters a big ! 1!
or he thinks of a place much wann
er than the climate he is accustom
ed to. A rent in a ladies new
dress she don't say anything only
thinks strongly. Now say ar, a
matter of business we would ask
the proper authorities to look after
this mailer at once'
-The Astoria Budget kicks be
eau-e some Astorian ladies have or
dered punts made, to wear when
tluy go wheeling. Our brother
of the Budget sh aild return to the
old primative dress for man in the
earliest days of civilization, when a
postage stamp stuck on the middle
of the iVirehe ul would have sufficed
for a mans full dress suit. Tin;
puritanical notion that the feet of
women should be eneuiubured with
skii ! is out. of datt. with relined
and educated people. Our Sislers
dre-sed in knee pants with tight
fitting stockings and a cu!-way coat.
It is all right In-other' don't be loo
Oneofthc linest, roads from the
Willamette valley out to the coast
is along the Wilson river route.
There is excellent fishing in Wil
son river and good hunting along
on the mountains. Walt Smith
keeps an excellent camping place
at wdiat is known is the halfway
house. There is only one objection
that we have heard to this route
and that is the excessive charges
for toll. If the toll was reasonable
the travel would be doubled and
the proprietor would bo the gainer
by several hundred dollars.
Sheriff Ooan of Columbia
county, C. II. Newel of St. Helens,
and John It. Beoi'lo editor of the
Oregon Mist drove over from St.
Helens Monday afternoon to attend!
a meeting of Pliconix Bodge, No, 34,
K. of P. The lat',or gentleman
took t ho second and third ranks
and is now a full Hedged Pythian
Knight. A Knights of Pythias
loodge is to be organized in St.
Helens on Wednesday of next week.
A number of our hovs contemplate
driving over to participate in the
. Last Saturday being the reg
ular time for election of officers,
the following corps were elected for
Hillaboro Lodge No 17, I. 0. G. T.
W. 1!. Craig, G. T.; Edi h Wells.
V. T; Eda Adams, S. .1. T; Q. N
Allison, S; Jas. Adams, T; K. H.
Mitchell, F. S; W. Curtis, M;
Harry Gault, G ; and W. Garrison,
S. J. M. Brown, R. 11. Mitchell,
and W. Garrisson, were elected
trustees fer the coming year.
A family down in Flordia lost
their child and failing to lind it af
ter two days, put a 25 cent notice
in a newspaper and next morning
were surprised to see an aligatoron
their steps where he had disgorged
the lost child alive and then died;
They sold the hide for if 5 and are
exhibiting the child in dime muse
ums fcr $50 a week. This story il- j
lustmtes the value of advertising,
Gaston now has a first class
drug and medicine house. A
gentlemon of Portland went out to
Gaston and purchased a building
and piece of ground. He immedi
ately set about to improve and oc
cupy the same indicating that he
intends making his home in Gas
Ion. Messrs. L. II. Alberts & Co. of
la a f t ii ..ii ,
torest Grove Roller Mills are l.av;i
inu an axirnnrninnrv iynoH nm if
. ing an ex'raordinary good run of
j custom this year. They are kept
! very busy filling orders from all
over Washington county and differ
enl purls of the state. They are
also erecting a grain ware house for
John'.otthrop'fi family of
Mnintaiuditle are severely afflicted
with muiupe Knd sc-atletiua.
. J. II. Sowell is lilting up :i
new hop house north of llillslioro.
It. Spencer has put up an
awhi (m t,!(, ,,., (f .j,
i . ,
I bm S. j; Huston and family
started for Newport beach on
-Say now is the time to lix up
the drain on second street before it
rs two far gone.
Ed Bowen, Bob Greer's clerk,
starts Monday for a two weeks
outing al Netarts.
-W. S. Phelps, G. O. JamcR and
A. M carlile visited the hill Satur
day returning Monday.
Look over nor busiuess'di rectory
and if your inline is not in it, better
call and have us put it then;.
John Gault had one of his
bunds scalded while atlendiu! the
engine in the Independent ollice.
Hev. Dick and family have
gone to Gearhart Park on the
Clatsop beach to spend a months
W. II. Wright and son from
Plarino, Colifomia, arrived here
last evening mid are the guests of
Rev, Sohodeld will preach in
tli rs Baptist church next Sunday at
11 o'clock, ami in the evening at
Dr. Drang, of Forest Grove, will
occupy the pulpit at the Congrega
tional church next Sunday at 11
a. in. All arc cordially invited.
Miss Jennie Sawyer one of our
most popular music teachers is now
rusticating at the coast with !. W.
Patterson's family will take charge
of her music class about Sep., L'Oth.
Wm. Anifuns who is always on
the watch for evildoers, discovered
a half crazy individual, last Tues
day proiiiimiding the streets with
a gun which A. mans took posses
--Last Tuesday wc found
Carstens and Hanau running their
fteam thresher at Jas. Wilsons one
and a halfmiies csust of Gieenville.
Tho wheat crop as far as we can
learn is very light.
Postmaster -W. L. Moore of
Greenville and Miss
ring, of Sacraiiioi. to
at the home of the 1
on. the L'lld.of July.
at borne in Greenville having ar
rived Thursday of last week.
Miss Stella Lyon will teach at
Greenville this winter. We pre
dict that Miss Lyon has a bright
future before her as a teacher, as
she is well qualified for the posi
ton, and the term she has taught
shows that she has many qualifica
tions in that line Newberg Times.
--The new phrase caused by the
salary system among our county
officials is "Turn-over." Tint clerks
turn over the fees received from in
dividuals during the day, to the.
county treasurer. They check oil'
the amount received as the "turn
over." Miss bibbio Douhran, who has
been in this city for medical treat
ment, returned to her homo in Am
ity Saturday. She will return in
two or three weeks for another
course of treatment. She is troub
eld with deafness, and is under the
care of Dr. Linklater, and is great
ly inmroved- .
Dr. M. II. J'arker, of Green
ville, has completed a palatial res
idence and a very handsome store
building on his property in that
oily. The doctor intends to put in
an extensive slock ol general mer
chandise. The upper story of his
stun! building is used as a citv
W. L. Moore, the postmaster
of Greenville started out on a very
important mission to California
just before the strike struck. He I
was tied up at Ashland until '.he
20th, of July, Now this was rather
a boy caught on a marriage trip
than a buyout on a Pullman (Jar.
Gracie Peterson, daughter of
Postmaster Peterson of Buxton, is
very seriously ill with diphtheria.
Two and n half miles south
west of Forest (J rove is the beau
tiful little hamlet of Dilley nestled
in a neck of the woods skirting the
shimmering Tualatin river. There
are two general merchandise stores
and a hardeware and implement
house locatud here. The latter is
owned and controlled by II. E.
Burchell, who is desireous of clos
ing out his business that bo may
take a band in the Dilley Labor
Excluuife an incorporation that
if properly handled he thinks
would be of great benefit to the
community. While there a few
hours last Monday we bad the
pleasure of meetinp' J. A. Johnson,
John Nissen and W. R. Stevens
wdio added their names to our list.
We took dinner at the home of
Jonas Wolf, Mrs. Wolf knows
just bow to prepare a dinner to suit
a hungry editor. A visit to J. P.
Aplin & Son's fl'Uiring mills reveals
the fact that, these gentlemen have
a little fort tine here in the milling
business. The mill is run by either
steam 'or wnter, and is one of the
handiest arranged mills in the
otitic. Hisr vwnow iiuu ti ium;i
th() eupm.iHion of our Mlow towns.
r , .... .. ,.,
man and millwright, A, M. Collins
Wc also had the pleasure of meet1
ing Edward Boyd and L. C. Pen
nell whose names we have on our
list. The latter gentleman is engi
neer for the Forest Grove Roller
Mills. Just, one tbinnr ninrrnd the
pleasure of this visit and cast a
gloom over the entire community
the death Of Mrs. Dudley.
We are sorry to be called upon
to chronicle another accident
through shore carlessnes. Yester
day forenoon K. J. Millard of
Dilley with a wagon load m' sand I
attempted to cross the Jackson I
bridge that spans the main channel j
of the Inalaliu river south of town
Just as hi got to the mp of the
bridge the span gave way and pre
cipated Mr. Hubbard w ith his team
and load into the water below a
distance of thirty live feet. Laftd-'
iug all in the drift and wreckage
below. In the fall Mr. Hubbard
was bruised about the head and
arms. The water at Ibis point is
quite deep and he went in over his
head. No doubt the water broke
his fall and prevented, it is hoped,
any serious injury. Mr. Hubbard
and another gentleman Wt re haul
ing sand for 'Adams &. Kitchen's
brick yard at the Grove. The
team was cut up and bruised con
siderably and it is thought that
one of the horses will not he worth
anything ever, if it should recovers.
This bridge has been known to be
dangerous and out of repair sii ce
the high water last spring. The
only effort that, has been made to
fix it win to talk about it among
ollicials. When a bridge is known
to be out of repair travel over it
should bo prohibited, until it is put
in a safe condition, and a neglect
to repair the same is criminal on
the part of those; who knowingly
neglect their duty. This is the
second bridge that has tumbled
down in the last two weeks
Neither of them were safe and in
fant complaint had been made in
regard to both of them. As much
travel as there is over these bridges
it stands the supervisor in hand to
keep a vigilant watch over them
least some more serious accident
shall occur and the county will
have a large bill of damages to
pay. The amount of money that
may ha required to cavr damages
would go far toward- making all
Last Tuesday afternoon Mr.
Lincoln who resides near Glencoe
bad the misfortune to have his
team run away with his new binder.
There was no serious break except
the reel. A fier doing up six rods
of fence the hinder hung up on an
apple tree. The platform was bent,
but no j broken.- Mr. Lincoln load
ed his machine on the wagon, went
to Portland Saturday in li ning and
in the afternoon wasatiain at work
It pays to buy direit from the fac
to) y. Then no lime is lost in
making repairs. N. Baiselon of
llillsboro is agent for the D. M.
If it pays railway companies
to cure their tics with a. special pre
serving preperalion would it not be
well lor the county court to look
after the milter of preserving the
stringers and piling for bridges
Tics cured thiil v yi us ago and
placed in railroad b idges in-e nl
most as good t ' day as they were
the day they were put in
R. B. Gcodin and lainily, .Mrs.
John Goodi n. Jennie Greer. Miss
Kppeison, Mrs. Joe Downs cud son
Ward, l.'.ie Miln , of this cily
and Miss Ella Buck. Mrs. Kate
Kennell and so i Frank' of fori I nod
constitute a party of fourteen to
spend the summer at NowpoM
whillicr they go Tuesday.
The grejil wonder of many of
our readers is why it is that Forest
Grove is enjoying such an excellent
trade and why they arc giving such
bargains. If you will but read the
advertisement of Woods Daples &
Thomas in this issue the whole
mystery wiil ho solved at once.
The Computing scales are the
handiest and p 'ei'i'st piece of ma
iTi'iiery introduced for giving cor
rect weight. A pr r of Computing
scales have been put. in by R. II.
Gieer, and W. A. Laidlaw, and al-
i so H. eui ting A Son.
M's. . M . Dudney wile ot
the Dilley merchant died at her
home in that city last Sunday
night, of h phoid fever. Mrs. Dud
uey leaves a husband and two in
fant children to mourn her demise.
The carpenter work on . the
baud stand is completed and the
painting is well miner way. It pre
sents a very neat nppcranee, and
does credit to its projectors as well
as to its builders. .
A full attendancclif the mem
bers of the Hook and Ladder Com
pany is requested for the next reg
ulir meeting, as some busines of
importance is expected to come be
fore the meeting.
Many of the citizens of llills
boro have resolved to set apart the
first Monday iu August as the dav
lor a thistle niasacree. (.Jet out
your old By t lies and be ready for
The chairman of the street
committei' has a special invitation
to call at our ollice and ivc will go
over the town amt show him the
defective it ret ts and sidewalks free
Mrs. Dora Wise, Mrs. (I. A.
Wchrting of this eity and Miss
Mary pittenger of Portland started
this morning for Tillamook and
A grand daughter of Mrs Jas.
Wolf of Dillev has leen quite ill
for four weeks with typhoid fever,
we ore glad to Team that flic is con -
, , , .. ,, .
V. h, Urock and wife of tins
city and N. J, Walker and wife of
Forest (Jbovo will start for Netarts
The list of taxpayers will he'
continued from welc to week until
all have been published v ,
Oharles A. Baldwin & Co,
4 and 43 WaIl Street,
Account of Banks and Bankers received
on lavoranie terms.
Bonds and Investment Securities.
f Dally Financial LHr Mailed on Application.
, lUKKKSr-UKDKNCK SOLICITED.
The close on the game law has
been raised, and the sportes are
now out gunning.
Messrs Ilobaek & Williams
have dissolved partnership. The
bakerv and coniectionerv wiil be
continued at the old start'l h,
K. C. Brown is having a new
bain erected on bis premises icar
the eoriu-f of Third and Washing
ton. A new sidewalk and fmceare
to head ed to the premises.
Letters of incorporation for the
condensed milk .factory bus hern
prepaired and fowarded to the seo
rctarv of State. The incorporators
are Messrs. F. J. Bailey, .1. W.
Shute, and (.' E. Deichman of
llillsb no nnd F. J Alexmaver of
Geo. Schiilinerieii has purchas
ed the property at the corner of
Kail road and Fourth Street, known
as the Magruder property. The
house is being painted and furnish
ed throughout. Geo. never does
things by halves and you can rest
asilired that ho will make this one
of the lines t pieces of residence
property iu the city. And, will.
we are not authorized to say any
In another column you will
find the advertisement of Pacific
University and Tualatin Academy
of Forest Grove. This most ex
celent institution of learning is one
of the oldest in the s'a'e, and from
it have graduated some of the nnst
classical scholars and most brillient
business men to be found in. this
country. As an educational insti
tution it has no superior and but
few equals on the Pacific coast.
The college people are now erecting
a most handsome and durable
structure. The building is 143 feet
long by 70 wide and wiil be three
story in heighth besides the base
ment. Every stidk of timber, every
stone and every article going into
its makeup is inspected thoroughly
by the architect. It is safe to stay
that when completed it will be one
of the most substantial buildings
in the state. In its construction
and the furnishing of material, etc..
more than one nun reel men are
emploved daily. The Magnitude of
this enterprise must be seen to be
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
Abstract of county
for July term, 1X94.
Assessing and lollec'ing. .
Bridges . .'
Commissioners Court . . . .
County Surveyors salary.
Co. School Supt and Assts
County judges salary
Fuel and lights
Repairs on c't house, jail .
Heads . . . ,
Witnesses in-state cases. ,
Strungr ';;mes (if Towns.
The map vi tUc United States show
that tho first (tiers of macy of the
towns und cities nrasfc have been at a
loss for lia-mci'. EvuylxKly has beard of
Red Dog wiilYi ii Bet mCsii'torma, and
Yuba Dtua hr.-i Ixi u uceunled a lino iu
hiatorv, but vis: :s it comes to Dog Tooth
of Illinois. '!. Kill of North Carolina
and Fly Moviuiaia of Ulster comity, N.
Y., their o.vs'evee would never be im
agined nnkv.i noticed on a map or in a
gazetteer. Put there are many other
places with it.;'.k s jast i;s RtrikiiiK Bob
town, Pa.; V.v.;; Hill, N. C; Chewiovn,
Pa.; Cut Shin, Ky., and Fiddletowu,
Cal., for iiiHtavce. Or if these are not
sufficient there are FuHsrville, Wis.;
Daddy's Cm1, Ten,:. ; C'alfkilkr, in the
same state, i.i d Big Foot, iu Indiana.
Ohio has a Belle Ceuti r, Iowa, a Cal
liope. Indiana a Lilly Dale, Wort Vir
ginia a, Litllo Wild Cat, Maryland a
Maiden's Choice, South Diiltota n Min
nehaha, Wyi'tniiiK u Miser, Pennsylva
nia a Nazareth and Illinois a Prcttyiuan.
There are otbew, such as Young Blood,
Ills. ; Young Vv'omanstowri, Pa. ; Whis
ky Town, Cal.; Ty Ty, Ga.; Big Neck,
Ills. , and Black Jack flourishes in Mis
sissippi, Kansas, Arkansas and Tennes
see. To reach Bliss one has to go to Wy
oming county, N. X. , und the only state
that has a Bird In Hand is Pennsylva
nia. New York Herald.
The ltciniiclllatlon of Enemies.
Our observation of the reconciliation
of petwms who have once been enemies
leads us to regard such a thing as usu
ally nominal and : upcifieial, rather than
real and heartfelt. People who have quar
reled before they were ever acquainted
may learn that they had been mutually
mistaken and may come to like each
other very much. So also slight misun
derstandings between friends may be
healed and forgotten. But when old ao-
! quaintaue.es seriously fall out, while
they each forego all opportunity and de-
I sire for revenge, wo doubt whether the
I wm.nlth of thofirst affection is often,
jf evel.( entirely renewed. Thescarsof
the deep wounds remain. Itisoasierto
keop tho confidence of a hundred men
than to regain that of oue man who has
once become estranged. New York
WITH ITS ASSO
Is one of the oldest mid best-e.jiiippeil schools of the state.
Its work is characterized by breadth and thoroughness.
Besides the regular colleg-' courses, w hich are equal in ex
tent to those of the l)et ter class of Kastern Colleges, ii
offers superior advantages for pursuing select studies. To
those d esiriugto perfect themselves jn the common Eng
lish branches, the Academy uresenls every opportunity.
Expenses are very moderate. The fall term begins Sep
tenilier, 19. 1 .94 . For catalogues and specific information
Forest Grove Orei'on.
Newport. O-egon, duly 30. 1894.
Editor Arocs.-.-T lie HilUboroJ
colony arc nicely located. G W.
Patterson's family have a very,'
pleasant location in a shady nook I
on hill about a quarter of a mile-
mini the beach. W. II. and JI
We lining's families are near Mr. J
Patterson's. They have very pleas-1
ant cottages. V. N. Barrett's are:
located about two hundred yards:
from Nye creek it is a verv nice lit
tle cottage. J. B. Vrooman's arei
also on Nye creek. They have a
splendid view of the ocean from j
their cottage.. Prof. Sta.iley and!
wife are rooming in Newport. We!
think the professor is enjoying the !
coast immensely if his beaming
couutiuence is a true indication, j
T. E. Greear's are about two hund
red yards from Nye creek. Ask!
him for big fish stories. Mrs. Ford'
is residing iu .Newport
Newport is a very pleasant,
There were about two hundred
pers ns here July 29th, from Alha-i
ny. including the band. They
gave us some very nice music as
they left the city.
We think all the Hillsboro peo
are enjoying themselves immensely,
yet. we need your sympathies. We
heard one lady remark that she
couldn't eat breakfast without
warm biscuits and add, that her
stove wouldn't bake them at all.
Another lady said upon landing
"I brought my cake pan with me."
Guess some of us will have cake.
The weather is verv pleasant
Lucas. Oil Friday, July 2T, 1S94, to
the wife of A.G Lucas ol 'llillsboro. a son,
Freeman. On Monday, July HOth. nl
Cornelius, to the wife of A, Kreemun
a son. .
Stekpi.ks. On Wednesday, August 1st.
near Hillsboro, to the wife of D. 1'. Stee
ples, a daughter.
A. H b', u. Bailey; physician.
Barrett & Adams, att'y-at-law;
C. B. Brown, Dentist, see card.
W. K. Brock, druggist, sea ad.
EASTEKN MIliUNKK.see ad.
B. W. Greer, Oroeer, see ad.
Hillsboro Pharmacy, see ad,
HlllsOuro Meat Market, see ad.
W. Holmes, tailor; see atU
8. B. Huston, att'y-at-liv; soe ad.
J. I, Knight, insurance :agi, nee ad.
W. A. Laidlaw, Merchant, see ad
8. T. Linklater, physician; : .m: a-'!.
J. Northrop, llilbhom House, see ad,
O. R. Spencer, Bather, see ad.
Soliulnierlch & Son. gen.iiid.se.
Sehulmcrich & Koch; butcher.
J. H. Bmith, Bazar see ad,
X. H. Tongue, att'y-at-law; see ad.
James Phillipo, Tamiesie, M. 1).
H. ITnteinahar, Jeweler, see ad.
Wiley fti Dennis, City Livery, nee ad,
V. V. Wood, physician; see act,
W.J. Wall, music teacher; see ad.
William Brothers, buggies, see ad
Williams & Sewell, liverymen.
Wilkes Bros, surveyors.see ad.
Congregational, comer Main and 5th
Btreets. Preaching every Sabbath, morn
ing and evening. Sabbath school at 10 a.
m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening.
Y. P. S. C. E. Sunday, 7:00 p. m.
1st Christian, Harry Wat kins, pastor
Preaching Second and Fourth Sundays,
n a. m, antiTtfu v. in. Sunday school.
" a. in, uiiu p. m. auuuuy scuooi,
10 a. in. Prayer meeting, Thursday, eve -
ening. Y. P. S. C. K. Sunday, fi:30 p. m.
erai prayer meeting every 1 nurstuiy eve -
eniim-. Leader's and Steward's meetimr
the second Tuos. evening of each month-
l anviuuvu v.. ..w, ,
""' ' i: :f.
Sunday at II a. m. Sunday School at 2.30
p. m. 'K. L. C. K. every Sunday at 7 p. m.
Praver meeting every Wednesday evening
at 1 :' p. 111.
Baptist Sunday SchoohlO a. 111. Prayer
meeting Thursday evening, 7:30.
Covnelius, 51. E. Services 1st and 3rd
Sunday, 7 p. m,: 2nd and lib, 11 a. m.
iiud7 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. Sunday eve -
mug at (. Bunuiiy scnool, iu a. in. rraver
meeting on Thursday, T p. m. Preaching
at (tlencoo, 1st and 2nd Sunday of each
month. D. S, Wigstead, Pastor.
Grove every Sunday evening at 7:30.
Snndav School at 3 p. 111, Mrs. A. 8,
a Phronix Lodge No. 34, K. of P.
5jmeeto in Odd Pellow's hall on Men-
s&iMay evening of each week.
meets 1 every Saturday night on or
NSfafter full moon of each month.
Vrl ine(tH every '1 uesi iiv ovAnino- 111 '
Odd Fellows hall at S "o'clock. !
Hillsboro Lodge No. 6i,A.O.U.V.,
nieols every secona and lourtli lues
day evening in the month.
juetnoaist episcopal, ll.li.lilwortny ; mere are 70 oearing iruu trees, ana also
Ujtor. Treadling every Sabbath morn- i aitterent kinds of berries, good water,
ig and ev cning. Sabbath, 10 a. in. Lea-1 and will besildcheap, cash, ornartcash
rneotinc every nunoay. p. in. wen- anH haian on
' SilS-i- Montezuma Lodge No. 50,1.0. 1 ,," ei.
! 0. F. meets Wednesday even-; nTuJt foUow,.? ?
B, Tuality Lodge No. 6. A.l". & A.M. liher. of PortlanH. . fir. 1..,,...,
gWashington Encampment No. 24. Y03rv mT; iSSr",f '
X I- O. 0, V. meets on second and J'V,', V f; Vi 1 . . ....
Xfourtli Friday of each month. j 0(,'"nb,,,ll""t httvll,R i"'en p,,tcred at
a llillsboro Lodge No. 17, 1. O.G. T. , Ward Robinson against Frert Belch
neets in their hall Saturday 8 p. nr. fi.r abandoninif hi-. Homestead Entry No
JuvenileTemple, Sundays, at 3 p.m. 9201, dated Slav lst,lS91 upon the K U of
CgiKillsboro Grange No. 73, P. ol H. Nr- K- H, S. W.' of N. K and N.K. u
JlLmeete 2nd and 4th Saturdavs at 12 m. S ? E-14 of Section !4. Township 8 north,
TTiHshorn Keheknh T.odoe Nr. c 1 Cl Rll",?e 4 ,,V"Stl WaslllngtOU OOllllty, Ore
H n w il 7lTla4i'. Vi ii I 6"' wit ' a vie" to U,e caiiMllutlon of Mid
11 O. P., meets in Odd-" ' Hall ; entry, the said parties are hereby, sum-
ui,iuouiuiij OVC1UU8 1 'umiui.
Gun Club meets in 1
Und Thursday of each montl
ntl i. 1 '"on
-i t ' niu"
call Ar- i
Udiocs, for prices on
When fjoul.i arc offered us lor .10 eat
on th i oll:ir'
WE HALT and X VMINR THEM
WH DON'T YOUP
We liui o jUst bought another
Of Oregon Woolen Mills Clothing.
$3,200.00 worth for $1,600.00.
This stock will be sold for
1HALF m PRICEH
Call early and take your choice before
the BK.SPBKQ.SS are sold out
Men' flnall wool suits for
Youths' 10 all wool suits lor
Boys' !f5 all wool suits for
Men's $" all wool pants for
These goods are not Eastern shoddy they
are home-made Oregon Woolen Mills Clo
thing.' WE ALSO Ol-KEll 1G DOZEN
Boys' $4 suits (khee pants) fr $2 85
10 dozen Jl.lo hats for 21
SO cent all wool serge, 4tt inches wide 3
SO cent all wool (Jashniere 46 inches wide 35
I4.M) all copper vrns'i hoiler i 25
$2.50 copper bottom tin wash boiler 1 15
'L. all copper tea kettle 100
100 pounds steel cut nails 2 50
20 eent house brooms for 11 cents
Many Other Bargains.
Also Agit for th? Celebrated
W. L. DOUGLAS DHOK8,
Why Don't You?
Call early .and get the f.'KEAM of these
Yours for Business,
! WOODS. C'APLES & THOMAS.
Forest Grove, Oregon.
n buy a fine ten aero
lie ten aero
tif wwro. There
i a acres clei
i slashed. This lam
tan at the arous ollice ro
j For sale or trade a fine 8o acre trac
! s acres of hottom land, tc rtrrpa nf rmtcrk
land, good for pasture. About three
acres cleared and some small improve
ments Best cedar timber for posts in
I the county atfto per acre.
j Three lots and a house, with thirty fruit
trees. Ten minutes walk from business
part of town. Cheap for cash or will
trade for other property.
t-too v.-ill buy a handsome residence.
There is a good well of water, fire place,
nine rooms and a large woodshed, and
a chicken yard. bout acre of land,
planted to fruit trees and berries. You
can have this property for $Soo. It is
worth $1200. A small amount down and
time given on balance.
A residence and two large lots, in south
i v : ""s- uauum
! Hillsboro, near the public school. The
I house has six rooms, and is nearly new.
will exchange for
, naii trart nfaA
For particulars call
e u onlce-
a mountain rnni-Ii Inm-t.,,
rortianci tor sale at sis ner acre.
20 acres slashed. A considerable quantity
oi i-u'j.ir jioou mr post or sningies. can
0 from the the ranch to Portland by four
uiiii'i cm rum is. rtoaas goon in eitner
summer ar v inter.
THE ARGUS HAS 80 ACRES IN
AND in ACRF TR AfTd bad cv
' . 10 1 KACTS FOR EX-
i CHANGE in BANKABLE PAPER.
' nji 1 w-j-jl- lm-
1 Notice for Publication.' , rf
i Land Office at Okeoon City, 1
I v .. . . . . July 24, law. I
Notice is hereby iriven that, thn fi.llnw.
JnB-na.nied settler has riled notice of his
! m.t,t'ltl9". to make final proof in support
: ul ujs '"'"' fu .sam l'or will be
' mue. bj"k;re the Register and Receiver of
1 rAt vf,r iu 0reson City or-
! Dela B. Howabp,
j H. E. No. 7978, for the S. , 8. E. J and S.
i S. W. ,section 11, township 4 north, of
lUllC o vsi.
Blaricom, of Vernoni, Oregon, Abe Lewis
of Vernonia, Or. and Charley A. Peter
son, 01 mixton, ur.
18-5w. RoBKBT A. M11.LKR. Roointr.
j IT. S. L.vno Onics, 1
1 tnoiiea to appear at ureson Citv. Oregon.
inthailh day of 8eitembr. 1894, at 10
'lixk t" respond nnd furnish testl-
iiiouy coiicoriniis said alleced n hail (Jon-
. ' IHCUt. : ' J
Hobkkt A. 1Iili.i, ItegiiUr.
Petib P44UKT, Kueiver.