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County Official Paper.
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One year, $1.00.
Six months 00 cents.
Three months 35 cents.
' Some one should pour balm on
i the wounds of the Forest Grove
i Times man He was a Dolph
! mugwump during the recent sena
! torinl contest at Salem, and his
j poor misguided conception oniy
: saw one or two anti-Dolph men in
j Washington county,
WHO SAYS THAT
Times are Hard When Oreffon Can
Entered at the Post-ofhce at Hillsboro,
Oregon, as Second-clas mail matter.
THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1895.
NO OXE SOKRV.
The Oregon legislature has con
vened and adjourned. This has
no particular significance, except
that it will perhaps stop a few back
nnmljer republican papers from pub
lisbing long-winded articles on the
ajleged inability of democrats in
Congress to legislate. It is a fact
that the republicane had a four-fifth
membership in both houses, jointly,
and yet they practically agreed on
nothing. Very little legislation
was effected that will be of benefit
to the state at large, and the reason
is obvious. The Portland ring de
tired to dictate all legislation, elect
Dolph. and pass a few bills effecting
Multnomah county. Simon and
McGinn, two noted political mani
pulators led this contingent, and
be it to their glory there was strength
enough in the country membership
together with a little help from the
two minorities, to keep in check the
proposed plundering. This alone
will cause every honest citizen to
applaud, yet it does not alter the
fact that with 72 out of 90 mem
bers the republicans proved them
selves unable to legislate. No or.e
is sorry tne legislative session is
ONE GOOD THING.
Irrespective of party lines every
reputable citizen feels that the leg
islature hr.s done at least one thing
which it should he pmud of. This
one thing is the complete smashing
of the Portland slate and rule man
ufactures. Every move made by
such skunks as Joe Simon and H.
E. McGirn was met by indomitable
opposition and so deep were those
bosses buried that nothing but a
betrayal of principles will again
place them where they can rule the
fair State of Oregon. The Jew and
his accomplices, Scott, of the Ore
gonion, Corbett, who betrayed the
Portland Committee Of One
Hundred, McGinn, who is a tool for
others' uses, have been thrown down
and sut upon, and Washington
county's delegation did all it could
in both houses to be in at the "eet
When such weasels as Henry Mc
Ginn and Jos. Simon try to drain
the life blood of the people, by pass
ing machine laws, it causes every
reputable citizen to inquire of him
self, whether or not a ballot is worth
the depositing. For once, they
found their prey roosted too high
and they and their measures, which
weredrafted in Star chamber session,
were buried deep in the house.
Hut they will bob up again. This
little dissension amounts to nothing.
The party is not fighting among its
membership. It is simply making
The democrats of this county are
pleased and highly gratified inas
much that Hoti. 8. B. Huston has
represented his constituency in an
able manner. Of course he was in
the minority, but that did not keep
him idle. At all times ho was a
conspicuous figure in the senate and
intellectually ho was the peer of
any of hie colleagues. His frequent
collisions with the Simon-McGinn
contingent and the able and ener
getic manner in which he acquitted
himself won him respect from all.
All citizens of the county are proud
of him irrespective of party lines.
Is is now law that after foreclo
t uie of mortgage on realty, the one
iv ho mortgages shall have one year
j -to redeem, instead of four months,
us it formerly hits been. It is not
ut all probable that this statute will
Iccrtase the number or volume of
hums but it will be appreciated by
parlies temortuily embarrassed
laving mortgage on their homes.
The Legislature has decided that
(iio more state school lauds "hall be
placed on the market for a period
hf two years. This is certainly a
wiss provision as the property will
pot decrease in value and by that
f ime Oregon will have ascertained
j; uBt what lands she has right and
w Blessed be he who is bom of
h 'amhill oil the Yamhill
A8HIXC5TON, V. t'., Feb. T2, 18514. j
o aitacKs mane upon a presi
dent in either house of congress
were more cowardly than those
which hp ve been end ate now being
made upon President Cleveland for
having bought gold which he con
sidered necessary for the preserva
tion of the government upon the
best obtainable terms. The attacks
are cowardly because those who
make them know that the presi
dent cannot, fully reply to them
without saying things which they
are certain his patriotism will pre
vent his saying. There are not two
men in the United States whose rep
utation for honesty and integrity
are higher than those of G rover
Cleveland and John G. Carlisle, and
they have both said in the most
positive terms that the contract for
the issue of those bonds to purchase
the needed gold was the best to be
obtained Republicans in both
house and senate have stated that
the bonds could have been exebaned
for gold in this country upon better
terms. To resort to abuse of these
men is too much like adopting their
methods, but they must have known
when they made those statements
they were false. It is not expected
that either President Cleveland or
Secretary Carlisle will ever public
ly say that American capitalists
were appealed to, and appealed to
in vain, to furnish gold needed by
the government and take bonds to
pay for it. Such a statement from
the president or the secretary of the
treasury would have a tendency to
injure the credit of the United States
abroad, and it is not likely to be
made no matter how much abuse
may be heaped upon them. But it
is none the less cowardly to take ad
vantage of that.
Ex-Speaker Reed is not the chip
per mun he was. He was forced to
show his hand on the gold bond
bill, wh ch was defeated in the
House, and thereby he lost the sup
port of all the silver republicans,
as a presidential candidate. He
thought he had u walk-over for the
nomination; now he sees defeat.
The republican senators can yell
"sugar trust1' as loud as anybody
when trying to catch votes, but
when it conies to passing a bill like
that for the repeal of the differen
tial duty on sugar, whichjhas been
passed by the house and which
would, while benefitting our trade
with Germany and other European
countries, strike the pocket of the
stigur trust they at once assume the
role of obstructionists. The intel
ligent people of this country will
have no difficulty in spotting the
friends of the sugar trust in the
senate. The democrats have favor
ably reported this bill and want it
to pass; the republicans are deter
mined to kill it without voting
The house committee on rules
has a difficult task in. deciding
which bill shall be given the time
that will not be consumed by the
appropriation bills during the re
maining two weeks of the session.
home important bills are being
called to the attention of the com
mittee, among them being the Nic
aragua canal bill, which has been
to the house as a substitute for the
bill that passed the senate; the Pa
cific railroad funding bill, which
was once sent back to the com
mittee by vote of the house; the
free ship bill, bills for recognition
of the army and navy, bill for sur
veys of deep water canals, labor ar
bitration bill, and the bill for the
amendment of the couywright laws,
which has been so strongly urged
by the big newspaper publishers.
Representative Springer, who re
tires with this congress, declares
that he is .not a candidate for the
vacancy made by the sudden and
lamented death of Hon. Isaac Ptisey
Gray, late United States minister
to Mexico, and he adds that he
would not accept any executive ap-1
poinimeni mat would take him
out of this country, which he con
siders quite good enough for him.
A strong effort is being made to
get Senator Ransom named as
minister to Mexico.
Senator Hill is making a gal
lant fight for his resolution, which
reiterates the determination of this
country to endeavor to maintain
silver and gold at a parity and de
clares that in the event of failure
it will pay its obligations in the
best money, but there is not much
probability of its adoption. Mr.
Hill's resolution is intended to be
a compromise and he savs it should
be supported by every man who is
neither a believer in a single gold
standard nor a single silver stand
ard, but all the same it is strongly
Before the house voted on the
gold bond bill it was thought that
the bill of Senator Jones, of Ark ,
for the unlimited coinage of silver
v ould be voted upon and passed by
the senate, but it is now considered
doubtful whether any attempt will
oe mane to push it to a vote.
The Census Bureau dies with
Congress. After the 4th of next
month only a small force of clerks
will be retained under the direction
fof the secretary of the interior to
finish the work
! ONE AND i-4 MILLION DOLLARS.
Below is the Appropriation Bill
Passed by the Oregon
Oregon's solons estimate the
prosperity of the state by making
the following expenditures on de
ficiencies and for future uses:
Governor's salary $ 3,000
Governor's private sec 3,600
Governor's stenographer 1,600
Secretary's salary 3,000
Secretary's chief clerk 3,600
Secretary's cler service 11,960
Treasurer's salary 6,000
Treasurer's clerk 4,000
Treasurer's advertising 600
Supt school's salary 3,600
Supt school's cler aid 3,300
Supt'8 traveling expenses 1,600
Attorney general 6.000
State librarian 2,000
State librarian's ex 600
Books and book cases 3,000
400 copies court reports 800
Salary pilot commission 1,200
Salary pilot com clerk 1,200
Expense pilot schooner 3,000
Pilot com attorney 600
Pilot com reut 240
Salary health officer 4,400
Salary boatman, Astoria 1,000
State house janitors 2,640
State house night watch 1,800
State house improvem'ts 3,340
Painting interior capitol 2,000
Wood steam heating 4.600
Electric lights capitol 9,200
Deaf mute school 25,000
Electric lighting same 2.300
Fitting same 12,000
Blind school 13,000
Working home for blind 3,000
Expense rt-pairs same 2,000
Electric lighting same 2,200
State board agriculture 10,000
Support same 5.000
Eastern Or Ag Asso 6,000
Southern Or Ag Asso 3,000
Fish and game protector 5,000
Dairy and food Com'r. 3,000
Railroad commission 20,000
Domestic animal comm'n 8,000
State Board Equalization, 6,500
Rewards for arrests 1,200
Weston Normal school 12,000
Grounds for same 4,000
Monmouth Normal school 18.000
Deficiencies same 8,526
Soldiers' Home 24,000
Deficiency same 10,982
Home at Portland 5,000
Home at Albany 5,000
Home at Salem 5,000
Baby home Portland 4,000
Refuge home Portland 5 000
Magdalene home Portland 4,000
Boys and girls aid society
Patton home Portland 2,000
St Mary's home Beaverton 4,000
improvem t Cascndes port
age railway 2,000
Repairs same 21
To pay governor .$1,000 a
year and sec and treas
$500 a year each for su
per vising public works 4,000
Codes for justices, etc " 459
Refitting state treasurer's
Lute Savage, deficiency on
Mrs C D Snyder, binding
Brown & Smith asvlum 1892 10
J W Miller and Phoebe
Kitchell expense soldier's
home , 95
G S Downing attorney fee
investigation 1893 174
Senator Maxwell expense of
suit vs Tillamook Co ,158
O'Connor & Co relief deaf
mute school contract 1,440
Senator O N Denny for
committee work 308
Senator Cogswell attorney
fee in state land suit 2.000
Dittenhoefer, Haas & Co
return of fugitive from
Attorneys board of regents
agricultural college 1,553
Claims against World's
t.ur commission 1,500
"Testimonial" for Repre
sentative Myers 500
Deficit asvlum 9,259
Deaf mute school 7,5
Blind school 1,129
Conveying convicts 885
Wood for penitentiary 307
Salaries judges 4,668
Election supplies 654
Horticultural board 273
Impts cottage farm
Impts at asylum
Siuslaw fish hatchery
Legislative fund ($40,000)
Incidental fund for state
PRINTING AND BINDING
For two years' expense if
Records and blanks state
school supt and deficit
Convict fund 25,000
Insane " 28,000
Indigent poor 8,000
Salary superintendent 3,000
Salary wardens 4,800
Salary fanner and teamster 1,800
Salary bookkeeper 2,400
Pay of shop guards 6,600
Pay of guards 10,600
Pay engineer and plumber 1,800
Pay of nightwatchni'in 5,400
Pay governor as inspector 1,000
Pay of visiting physician 1,800
Keep of prisoners 48,000
Fencing, etc. 1,500
Rogues gallery 500
Building roads 5,000
Steel cells 8.000
Holler for heating 2,000
Fund for stove works 10,000
Electric lighting 4.250
Cleaning Mill creek and levee 7,500
New bath tubs 800
But still more by strict observ
ance to tiusiness,
Sohulmerich and Son
have gained a strong hold on
the confidence of the people
More Than One
Good order, and propose to
continue right on the same line
Till they are
That the best people in Wash
ington county are fully advised
of the advantages of trading
FROM TRUST FUNDS.
Clerk school land board 3,000
Maps, fees, etc. 6,000
Attorneys' fees & clerical ser. 3,500
Agricul. col. land managem't 300
University land management 300
Returned money on lands 5,400
Repay on swamp loan 33,000
Repay on tide lands 2,000
The bill provides that all boards
and commissions shall employ at
tomey general instead of incurring
oiii lor legal advice.
The board of public buildings
governor, secretary ol state, and
treasurer) are instructed and auj
thorized by the bill "to ascertain
the rights of t he state to use of water
irom ami creek ditch lor the state
penitentiary and insane asylum,
and to make such contract, if in
their judgment deemed necessary,
for water supply for the insane asy
lum, and the state penitentiary
as in their judgment will be
best .for the state. If such
contract be made the sums found
due thereunder, shall he paid for
out of the proper fund herein ap
propriated for such institutions."
Also "to supervise the construction
and improvement of roads on and
adjoining state lands for which pur
pose appropriation is hereinbefore
made and to use the labor of con
victs as far as is practicable.
Deficiency on buildings
Deficiency on expenses
Laundry, shops, etc
New water system and
land for same
VERBOORT AND VICINITY.
J H Vandyke is figuring on the hard
times in the future, and while lumber is
cheap and labor plentiful, is erecting a
very neat one and one-half story resi
dence preparatory to capturing a bird.
A great many at this place hold poli
cies in the now defunct Northwest Fire
and Marine Insurance company.
Mrs L Vancouver is very ill and not
expected to live at this writing, Monday.
John Vanderval made a business trio
T, 1 .1 . . j- .. .
iu roruana uie last ot tne week,
About 30 Verboortites assisted at the
reception given by Mr Nicholas Stoltz
and good wife at their home in honor of
tneir httieth wedding anniversary. An
excellent time was nad and many pres
ents were received.
The bridge north of here is repaired
once more and travel is again resumed,
which has been suspended since the last
nign water. t
Why not talk school house while lum
ber is cheap.
Quite exciting time at the recent cha
Mrs Jensen of this place died Satur
day morning ot injuries received from a
fall on Christmas dav. The funeral was
held at the church at this place on Mon-
uay ana me remains were interred in
Born, To the wife of J Dyke, on the
ii mst , a aaugnter.
Dr Ward and daughter, Mrs Gregg, of
rurest orove, were amongst us Sunday
Mr Beamis, living about a mile north
01 nere, is lying very low with dropsy
The Forest Grove baseball team came
oyer Sunday to play with the Verboort
nine witn great anticipations of victory,
but were left on the shady side of the
game very easily.
Deficiency ' cottatre and
farm buildings !
Conveying insane deficit.
General asylum fund
Phoenix Lodtre No. u. K f p
jVinoots in Odd Fellow's hall on Mon
IPday evening of each Week.
gjj Montezuma Lodge No. 50, 1 O
agr O. F. meots Wednesday even
Vm ings at 8 o'clock in their h
Tuality Lodge No. 6. A.F. & A.M
meets every Saturday night on or
alter full moon of each month.
'W'Coiirt Tualatin ,No.7974 A.O.F.ofA.
f Jvwt5.eirr3r.TSesday evening in
Odd Fellows hall at 8 o'clock.
feHillsboro Lodge No. 6i,A.O.U.W .
.... ra nemmu ana lourtn lues
day evening in the month.
X Washington Encampment No. 14
r .vSf K' meots on second and
fourth Friday of each month.
(jSEVHillsboro Lodge No. 17, 1. O.G. T.
meets in thoir hall Saturday 8 p. m.
Juvenile Temple, Sundays, at 3 p.m.
CHillsboro Grange No. 73, p. 0f H
ja.meets 2nd and 4th Saturdays at 12 mi
HuiSDoro Rebekah Lodge No 54, 1 O
O. F., meets in Odd Fellow.' u.ii
ANDERSON & TUPPER,
(Successor to C U Mead)
Makes regular trips to Portland on
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, re
turning on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urdays. AH business entrusted to him
will he promptly and carefully attended
to. Freight and express rates reasonable.
Leave orders with him, or at Ledford's,
orjjtjl'ii k A Hoes.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Washington county.
II Koehnke, Plaintiff.)
Adulheidc Koehnke, Defendant.)
To Adelheide Koehnke, the above
THE NAM 10 OF THE STATE OK
Oregon you are hcreb required to ap
pear in the above named court in the
above entitled suit and answer the coin
plaint therein Hied against you by Mon
day the 18th day of March, 1805, which is
the first day ol the next regular term of
said court following the expiration of the
time prescribed for the publication of this
summons. And if you tail so to answer
for want thereof the plaintiff will apply to
the court for the r.;lief demanded 111 said
complaint, to-wit: That the marriage and
marriage contract now existing between
you and the plaintiff be dissolved, and that
such oi lier and further decree be made as
may he equitable.
This summons is served by publication
by virtue ol an order made liv the Hon, T
A Mcllride, judge of the a'bove uuiued
court, mane in open court at Ilillslxiro,
Oregon, and dated the 2Mb. day of Janu
S, H. Huston and Hknton Howman,
45-0 Attorneys for plaintiff.
In the circuit court of the irtate of Oregon
for the county of Washington:
Albert Verboort, I'laintifV.
Thus It Cornelius, Thus It Corne
lius, assignor, J J Morgan and P U
Cornelius, assignees, Alex Chal
mers, Casper Jaspers Honey
imm Dellurt it Co, a private corpor
ation, Win Curbitt, Donald Mac
leay and Kennett Macleay, copart
neis under the linn name of Cor
bitt & Macleay, James Moore, E W
Ferguson, K F Hobson , copartners
doing business under the firm name
of Moore Ferguson Co. O ()
Wickson, doing business under
the name of (i O Wickson fc Co. VV
C Noon, (i 11 Bryant, K A Naville
and C M Oshoru, copartners under
the firm name of W C Noon A Co,
T J Armstrong, trustee of the said
firm of W C Noon iftCo, A Vundur
vcldou, M SusbauiT, H Susbauer,
Jirauley, Jletcalt A Company, a
private corporation. Defendants.
To James Moore. E VV I
and L F Hobson, copartners do
doing business under the linn
name of Moore, Kerguson & Co, U H Bry
ant, F A Naville and C M Dshoi lift Ihruu
of the copartners doing business under the
firm name of W C Noon A Co, and Brad
ley, Metcall'ife Co, a private corporation:
IN THE NAME OF THE SPATE OF
Oregon, you and each of you are here
by required to appear in the above enti
tled lourt and answer the coinpiaintof the
plaintiff in the above entitled suit on or
before the 18th day of March, I8!)5, that be
ing the first day of the regular term of
court next ufter the publication of this
summons, once a week for six trunks, nml
you are hereby notified that if you fail to
for. 4 Wash'toii
I 1. NOKTUKl'P,
A first-class table and
for the convenience
of guests. . . .
The New Way East.
Great Northern Ry
O It A N Co's Uni'N.
THE SHORT ROUTE
to roixrs is
Wasliintrton Id aim
Mimichola and the Kast.
ti i no van ricKirrs os sai.i:
To ami From
And All Point in the I'nitnl Stuff,
Canada and Europe,
The tireat Northern Itailttay is a new
transcontinental line. Huns' llullel-l,i-brary
Observation Curs, I'alarii Sleeping
and dining curs, Family Tourist Sleepers
and First and Second-Class Coaches.
Having a ltoek Ballast Truck The (ireal
Northern Uailway is five from dust, one
ol'the duel annoyances in transcontinent
Hound Trip Tickets with stop over priv
ileges and choice of return routes.
For further iuforimitinn cull u;ou or
write C C DONA VAN,
122 Third St, Portland, Oregon.
F J WHITNEY, 0 I A, (1 N Ity
St 1'aul, Miii 11.
K. McNElI,, Receiver.
E jAl S T
. . .(lives the choice of. . . .
O U T E S
Northern Ry. - Pacific Ily.
LOW KATES To AM,
Leave Portland Every Fire
F r full details cali on or address:
, W H Ill'KLKURT,
Oen'l Pass Agent, Portland, Oregon,
In til.: Circuit Court of the Slute of Oregon
for Washington county,
Mary K Uirdsell,
I. L Whitcoinb. Elizabeth Whlt
comb, ,1 A Held, Herman Kchul
merichandC Koch, partners as
Schulineiich A Koch, Mnrv Kl
liher, John Kellihor, C I' Cogue
l-enora Hoguo, J O Hall, 1) VV
Collins, John I) Oovle and M
l y lo, Hefeiulaiits
To John D Hovle ami Mnrv ii,..,i
of the above named defendants: '
TN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
A Oregon you are herebv
n'E'ilV"! '"Ter the Jl''ill 'N eo.n-
aopear and answer said complaint, the cause by Monday, the Mil h v of i al-el,
! b"!! "! J.S'tf? the ,r: ,or ,thu ."- lm .s' being the iirs't tv,ft'
next regular term of said court follow! g
he expiration of the time prescribed 1 r
the mi h 1 'lit mwt' 11. u ' V
-i nuiiiiNUIIH, And if
y.'"1 .y, 8 ' appear and answer the plain-
,1,, , 1 " ' r' KO"" "or the relief
v.v...,.,v ,,1 n, summon, to-wit:
pnnV i..t . . .1 wiiu iu per
iT isii , ,V UJV,u"n since November
15, 1H02 a nd for a judgment against Iho de
e. lant, J A Held', for the sun, of llV"o
2 , " V'frest thereon sinci ju, "
uary 21), im, and lor the sum f 75 utt"r'.
neys fees and the costs and .lishurseme s
ut turn lint; and foP tt ilwt,e f l
two certain mortgages, one of whic was
executed by the defendants, L I Whit
comb and Elizabeth Whitcoinb, on He, .
Um.ber in, lmn, and which was recorded
on page m of book "Q of iro CfT
cord, of WashioKton
y ffi,S 'WW. wa. exe-
a line parallel with the tober 14, lmni Tree ,7 "m ,
)f said claim forty chains (40 book 'WrttiSfiJtZZu'
; ... waged, co-wit:
uuiiH at a 1 in x; m i - ...
S. B. HUSTON,
rloomft Dillon Illnck, Hlllsboro,Or.
BARRETT &. ADAMS,
ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW.
Itaiinis (land 7 Central I'.tock,
T. H. TONGUE,
Iu .Morgan Work,
W. D.WOOD, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllce In fhcuntto How. Kosldonca,
corner Flint and Mailt streets, lllllslwro,
S.T. LINKLATER, M.B.C.M.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Olllee at Residence East of Court House.
F. A. BAtt.KY, M.Dt T.J. BAU.tV, B.R.M.D.
DRS. F. A. AND F.J. BAILEY,
Physicians, Surgeons and Accoucheri,
OlHco In Ilillslioro Pharmacy. Resi
dence soul n-west corner Iliwellnn Hint
heisind. All call promptly attended day
JAMES PniUJPPK TAMIESIE, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Surgeon (-Southern Pacific Kallroad Co,
Consultation In French or English, (title
nd residence south of Main near 3d St..
ABSTRACTORS and SURVEYORS.
Conveyancing and fine map work a
Lindsay Illnck, two doora north of th
postollloo. becond it,, Hllhiboro, Or.
C. B. BROWN,
OOI.1) CltOWN and llltlliTiEvvoi-k
specialty. Aid, WoKK Uuarcutood.
Rooms 1 and 2 Morgan Illnck.
omi'K Hoi'Ksi From Ha. m. to 4. v, m,
'poltENT.- A large collage with three
L lots iu North side addition at t't per
mouth. Kmpiii'e at this olllce,
'po IlKNT.-A nice Utile cotlagj wilhiu
J. one block of the business part of town
at $7 per month: Empire at tills (lice or
of W. E I home.
TUOTK'E Is hereby given that (be co
partnership heretofore existing be
tween Drs, S T i.inklaleraud F A Itallcy,
iu the drug business, mirier the style ami
name ol " I he Ilillslioro pharmacy" is by
mutual consent dissolved. All persons in
debted to the late linn eilher bv note or
account are ex peeled to settle lhn" same as
soon as possible,
Duledut Ilillslioro, Oregon, this iM day
ol January, IS!i,r). 41.,-,
Vl.r. H-rsons indebted to the laic lir f
Williams iV Hcwell n, respectfully
asked to call at the olllee in Ihi' old slaiul
anil seiikt t once.
Ilillslioro, Oregon, September -0. WH.
Williams & Skwki.i,,""'
In (he Circuit Court ol the Male ofaiegmi
lor Washington county,
II W clming, W II Wohrung and
0 A Wclming partners as II Web
rung A Sons, Plaintiffs,
Julia I, Dennis, John Dennis, Es
ther Dennis, Hen I, Dennis, Rich,
ard Dennis, Eail Dennis. Vesiu
Dennis, Mary A Wellnian, C W i
miuiaii, ,11111a ii iienms, ailinln
wtratrix of the estate ol p Jf Den
nis, deceased. Defendants.
To Mary A Wellnian and C W Wellmau.
two of the above mimed defendants:
IN THE NAME OK THE STATE OF
A Oregon you are hereby c mamled to.
api'iur am answer the plaintill's- com
plaint, 111 the above entitled court I
1811.) .the same being th first day of tie
"xl regular term of said court Ju !
be exp 1 rat am of the time prescribe I f
the publication of this summons. And If
you fai to so appear and answer the plain,
tills will apply to the court for tlio lelill
demanded in their complaint, to-wit'
I' or a judgment against you, and each
d you, for the sum oWwifli i, teres"
thereon at the rate of 10 per cent pel an
num since November:, l'W, Und tW IV 1 -
cent per annum, and for the sum of 1,A
attorney's fee, and for the costs and d it
bui'sements of lIiUmiM. and f, ,i J,.
lief demanded in" his complaint, lor the
toreclosure of a mortgage for the sum of
$;0OO, with interest thereon, at the rate of
seven per cent, per annum, from the 2(ith
(lay ot December, 1SI0, less the sum of
$4!W, paid 011 the 2titb dav of December,
IMll, and the further sum of luso tmiii on
the 14th day of November, 1894, and for
tne sum 01 $uuu as attorney's lees in this
suit, on the following described property
being and situated in the county of Wash
ington, State of Oregon, and more particu
larly described as follow s, to-wit :
First parcel: Hounded by beginning at
a point on the north line of the Donation
Land Claim of Thus tt Cornelius and l-'lor.
entitle Cornelius, his wife, in township one
(1) north, range three (3) west of the Wil
lametteMeridian, said comniencintr noint
being north seventy-six degrees (7tl6l west
and eighteen and 7.V100 chains
irom me nortn east corner
uoimnon tana claim, and running
thence south thirteen degrees (13)
on, uii n
east line of
chs) to the south line
said claim: thence north seventv-six de.
(frees (70) west of the line between the
norm aim sotitn Halves of said claim sixty
and 50-100 chains (00.60 chs) to the west
line of said claim : thence north thirtjii
degrees (13) thirty minutes (3C) east of
mo buio west nne, lorty and 11-100 chains
(40.11 chs) to the north' west corner of unirl
donation hind claim j thence south seventy-six
degrees (70) east on the north line
of said claim, sixtv and 50-100 chains ifffl Hi
chs) to the place of beginning, containing
Second parcel: Lots numbered two and
three (2 and ) of section tliirtv-Hve mat
township numbered two (ij north range
uirec (3J west ot the Willamette meridian, corner of said Robinson
..u.nm.ii.iK ami ii-iuu acres uie sev- tneuce north 88 0 ,' 20 chains t.. , .ZIT '
end tracts thereby containing 54 and B boundary of said in lr',-011
21-100 acres; and for u decree of sale of 1 claim j the nee 8 7 05 US , i,,,IUi.t,on
said property to pay said sums and that i ofabo've .nctitiomd MclJ,,Welaim.,,,ld'l,,v
defendants and all persons claiming under 1 E 21.74 chains to place of Uh , ihel',,e
them may be bartcii and forever foreclosed tabling 42.30 acre? lie sol 1 in l K' 0n'
of al right, claim or equity of redemption provided by law' and the Jooil 1"Un,'.1eJr
n said described propertyand every parti to the sattslatdU, of ai.'i Ps " lM-r?lljd
thereof and for his costs and disburse- inents, and for sue h oZ ,,l f S Jmlg-
wiui una summons is published
n ,7i..r "7 Ti 11 If PrP UI tne dum
r- " .iieiKinx and w fe and
bounded by beginning t the Northeast
corner of the Willi... m..i 7. ..u,.'ne.ttMt
elain. n said section 35 and ru S nn" hence
south 4.H3 chains; thence east 9.60 hSnv
thence north 40.36 chains to a post 0 HM.'
turn line 10.84 chains e,.st ,,f til ......'.,...8et:
corner of said section 35; thence west 5 rv?
chains to a post on thit'Z. if.,?e.:i ?,r;!
Iiinntl,,,, I UI J JJ
N ve he 2 Z. g'''Be; W"H Mecutl oil
novunner i, 1881), and wus ret iImI ....
pae 80 of book "H" of teords of A ot g. g -
esol Wushiimton o.iuuly, Orcgo ,, ft
other ol which said mortgages 1 w s execi 1
edon February 1, 1, tin.fws recSl'
"ti page (16 of book "211" .if recor k , r
mortgages of sal.l county and st, te .1, I
hat the land described in , 1
ii-w.t: Lo ts 6 and 0 in block 20 an in''
he original town of Ilillsbor.., Wa" ,
on county, Oregon, be sold in CZr
hs to the court
I'i'and further relief
nay appear equ, table.
riL '.V "I'l-.
H.llslioro, Oregon, on Jamiar'y 'Z.
Attorney for plalntili's.
Kobinson's donation ciai ?tl ence out
ofl-ir line tree m south edge of fwaini,
thence south H east 15.ai , ?. 'p!
pH n ; B,.hMJ. ""V?0 Upon you hv
1st, 3rd Saturday evening of each month f " 0T1 Thi" A- "" I A. Mc'Dride 'judge of the" fifth uT-a
1 nnn UTipf vl"on,eew in Morgan Block Wm Wnm -"- v. "'"si, on reornary7t 1,189,5
1,000 May ofeaChmothatfp.m.Ck , Attorneyot' Aainti'ff. I 0.6 fV&
MOTICE is herebv iri vim i Im) ii. 1
Notice For Publication.
Land Omu at Orisoon oitv Oa 1
eiore the Count v (!i. Ji ' " 'V
1 of sail
01 Hayword, Oregon.
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