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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1886)
WEST side telephone .
........................ R. P. Boise
Geo. W. Beit
R P. Hird,
J. W. Watts.
R. It. I.aui'lilin,
F. N. Li'tle.
... It. Loushary.
J. 8. Hibbs.
. . . Geo. Dorsev.
G. W. Briedwell.
T. J. Harris.
W. W. Nelson.
J. A. C. Freund.
J. I). Fenton.
D. C. Narver.
telephone whisperings .
Miss Russ has a fine line of novelties,
suitable fur Christmas presents, ( all
and see them.
With this issue of the T elephone we
give the president's message in full.
It is a long document and occupies
twelve conn.ns of space. The proprie
tors of tiie T elephone spare no pains
and expenses to merit the liberal patron
age it receives from the public, and will
endeavor to keep it always, as it now is,
the leading newspaper of Yamhill.
Remember that Harvey Henderson
keeps a full line of groceries, provisions,
crockery, glass, wooden and willowware.
Chickens, eggs, butter, dried fruits and
ail kinds of farm produce taken in ex
change for goods. Orders lett with us
or given to Clarence Turner, the express
man, will be promptly filled and deliv
ered to any part of the city free of
D ied .—In McMinnville, Oregon,
Thursday morning, December 9, 1886.
after a lingering illness, Mr. A. P.
Woolsey, aged about — years.
Woolsey has long been in very poor
health, and his death has been daily
expected for some time.
years ago Mr. Woolsey met with a se
vere accident. While gathering apples
on a side hill his Wagon started down
and be was thrown out and received se
rious injuries from which he never fully
recovered. His funeral takes place this
morning at the M. E. church at 10
o’clock. Deceased leaves a wife and
two children—a son and daughter, Mis.
Jos. H.l!—to mourn his demise.
McGibeny’s next Tuesday night.
Christmas, two weeks from to-morow.
Fresh roasted peanuts at H. II.
Seal skin caps $1.93 each at Miss F.
A. M. Taggart's little girl has a badly
Buv your candies of C. Grissen always
For a square meal go to the St. Charles
-only 25 cents.
Mrs. H. D. Ramsdell returned to
D ancing C lub .—The Young People’s
Vases and china cups of all kinds at dancing club met at the band ballon
Baxter & Martin’s.
Wednesday evening last and effected an
Look at C. Grissen’s immense stock organization with the following officers:
ol holiday goods now open.
President, JefT. Fenton ; secretary, Ira
Baxter & Martin have jnst opened out Nelson; treasurer, Clarence Turner;
a fine line of Christmas goods.
51t2 door-keeper, Henry Carlin; assistant
Mrs. Am. Shadden has been spend door-keeper, John Bean. The club will
have their first dance this, Friday, even
ing a week among friends in Portland.
ing at the band hall. All members are
Try that cup and saucer coffee at Bax requested to he present. Dancing will
ter A Martin’s. Best and cheapest. 5112 begin at 8 o’clock. A dancing master
will be employed to instruct those who
Stop and take a look at Fellows’ show wish to become familiar with the art of
windows. They are handsomely dis dancing. None but members admitted.
W. J. Sargent of Bellevue, was in
H ome A gain .—O. O. Hodson and wife
town and paid us a pleasant call the
accompanied by Mrs. Hodson’s sister
Baxter <k Martin have just received Miss Boyce, arrived at home safe} and
the finest line of lancy crockery in the sound last Monday night, from an ex
tended visit in Indiana. They were in
Before von buy your Christinas pres the Northern Pacific collision of which
ent« call and examine Baxter & Martin’s mention was made a few days ago, and
lost all their baggage. Mr. and Mrs.
Hodson’s loss was comparatively light,
George Cornet is the efficient and gen hilt Miss Boyce who intends spending
tlemanly artist in Welch’s Tunsoral Par the summer with her sister, lost several
lors, after August 6.
Jimmy Magruder’s smiling face may
D ates C hanged .—The dates of Prof.
be seen behind the countersin Geo. W.
Burt’s drug storg, until after holidays.
Campbell’s lectures at the Christian
A. F. Gartner special agent and adjus church have been changed to Friday,
ter for the Phoenix and Home insurance Saturday and Sunday evenings. Owing
company, was in the city Wednesday.
to engagements in Forest Grove he was
unable to be here m time to lecture last
Great bargains in all kinds of watches, night
as stated in our last. The lectures
clocks, plated ware, etc., at the Mc will lose
of their interest, however,
Minnville Jewelry store, Wm. Holl, pro by being none
one day later. Prof. Campbell
will also preach in the Christian church
Dr. II. V. V. Johnson returned from at 11 a. in. Sunday.
Astoria Wednesday evening. He was
F or S ale C heap .—Forty acres of
accompanied by his daughter Mrs. Geo.
land, situated five and one-lialf miles
A gymnasium club was organized northwest of McMinnville, adjoining the
Tuesday night. Apparatus will be se- Dave McCall place on the left. This
ured, and the old Mohawk hall used us piece of land is offered for sale cheap on
i club room.
easy terms. It is well fenced, contains
Messrs. Fenton, Lougharv, and Iltir- a living spring of water, ten acres of it
ev, of Yamhill county, were in Salem has been under cultivation, and eight
his week looking after a case in the Su acres has been slashed. Price $10 per
acre. For Birther particulars call at the
We received, this week, a communi- F elephone office.
ation from Nestucca Bay. But as the
O fficers E lected .—At a regular
niter did not sign his name we cannot
meeting of Pioneer council, No. 1 Royal
and Select Masters, held in their hall
Miss Annie Smith of Brownsville, a
ormer student of the college, is now last Tuesday evening, the following offi
rith Mrs. Maggie Shadden in the dress- cers were elected for the ensuing year:
Tavlor. Th. 111. M.; A. H. Hodson,
Dept,' III. M.; S. Shaffer, P. C. of W.;
Engine and Hose companies held their H. A. Tucker, Treas.: J. J. Spencer,
egular meeting Wednesday evening, Rec.; G. F. Tucker,
of G.; J. A. C.
’rank Rogers was elected member of Freund, C. of C.; C. W. Talmage, Stew
be hose company.
ard; J. C. Cooper, Sentinel.
Clocks can be bought at the McMinn-
ille Jewelry store cheaper than anv-
rhere else. Come and see for yourself,
W m . II oll .
Vinegar, 25 cents per gallon, in large
r small quantities; sweet cider. 15
entsper gallon, at the cider mill of
no. J. S*x.
The McMinnville Jewelry store is the
irgest west of Portland, and the cheap
't place to buy goods in Oregon. Wm.
loll is the proprietor.
Several valuable pieces of real estate
■eoffered for sale in this issue of the
slephoxk . Whoever first takes idvan-
ire of the offers will secure bargains.
The teachers of the public school are
•kingarrangements fora public Clirist-
astree to be devoted especially to the
»rer children of the city.
Holiday Goods are going off like hot
ikes at Geo; W. Burt’s, and he don’t
lve to run a lottery swindle to sell
'em either; the prices are so low they
Billiards at the “Orphan’s Home” 15
'"t*.per game of 34 points; 20 cents for
’points, and 25 cents for 50 points
hen one player discounts the other.
H. H. W elch .
Wright, of North Yamhill has
phased some property in the Saylor
•t»n to McMinnville, and Howell A
mie! wi|] soon commence the erection
* neat little residence thereon.
Most Rev. Archbishop Gross, D. D.
H preach at the Catholic chntch in
next Monday, the 12th. at the
■30 mass, and in the evening, at 7:30.
•o Monday evening, 13th, at the same
«elect social club was organized
Mnesday evening. It is the intention
is men,beim to secure an instructor
have dancing parties every week,
’ebntmenhers of the club will be
lWed to attend.
1- C. Taylor is in the city with
’'■quarters at the office of Dr. H. V.
Johnson. Dr. Taylor makes a spe-
“*7 of hemorrhoids an.I other disease»
‘herectntn. No charge for examina-
0"- Cure guaranteed or no charge
A nkle S prained .—I. C. Lawrence is
suffering with a badly sprained ankle.
Wednesday while he and Will Relief
were engaged in shingling a woodshed,
the staging gave wav and they were pre
cipitated to the ground below. Mr. Kel-
let escaped without injury while Mr.
Lawrence will probably be confined t<>
the house for a few days by a badly-
F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro
perty situated just outside the city lim
its, for sale at a bargain. Large house,
well built; several acres of ground for
gardening, small fruit of various kinds
nicelv started, nume-ons outhouses,
barn, etc. Everything in good order.
Satisfactory reasons for wanting to sell.
For further particulars enquire at this
F arewell P arty .—P. W. Todd and
his brother George were given a farewell
party, by their many friends last Tues
day evening at the residence of their
father Mr. J. Todd.
The bovs left for
Cloverdale, California, Wenesdav morn
ing carrying with them the best wishes of
a host of friends. They go by the Ya-
N otice .—Having this day disposed of
my interest in the City Drug Store to
Mr. J. A. Todd, I taxe this means of
thanking the public for their generous
patronage in the past, and would ask
tliat they extend to the new firm a share
of their patronage in the future.
December 1, 1886.
I’. W. T odd .
H pre ’ s A C hance .-We have for sale a
small place adjoining town cor.taing a
little more than an acre of gronnd; a
¡rood two-s’ory house and barn; well set
with small fruit trees; good well, etc.
We will sell this place at a bargan. For
hither parliculais enquire at this office.
D ied .—On Muddy, »bont nine miles
southwest of the city. December 8. 1886,
Mrs. Mary Roberts, aged 25 years —
Death was caused by heart disease, and
was very sudden.
Colfax, W. T.
December 4. 188«.
Religious Services-Sunday Next.
E. B. Fellows
St. James’ church. Rev. John C.
Ed. T elephone :
Fair, rector. Services 11 a. m., and
Please penult me through thecolumns
7 :t)0 p. m
December, 6, 1886.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
of your valuable paper, to tell my Yam | Prof. C. J. Payne and wife were visit-
Friday evening services at 7:00 p in.
hill friends something more of the glo j ing here last week.
Seats free. All a.e cordially invited tv
ries of the region of rocks, hills, and
—«veexwon To D. C. rfxnVsn--
Hon. Wm. Galloway and family of attend.
bunchgiass. To an Oregon boy, accus 1 vour city were up to see their old home
C. 1‘. church. Services at the usual
tomed for many years to the fogs and Sunday.
hours. Subject for forenoon discourse,
rains of November iu the great valley,
God’s Goodness Justify Human
Last Friday evening there was a pleas- I
the month just pussed has been a great nnt surprise partv at the residence of Mr. . Neglect and Sin?” Subject tor evening:
Poor, Though Rich, a id Rich, Though
change. Clear days with frosty morn and Mrs. W. 11. Gunning. The guests i “
Poor.” Sun lay school 9:3) a. in. All are
ings, x week of freezing weather and good time was enjoyed by all present. | invited and made welcome to these ser
skating on the lakes, an occasional
Daniel Buell has sold his band of i
T. H. H enderson , Pastor.
shower to keep the dust down, and bare horses
east of the mountains to Mr. Wm.
ly snow enough to whiten the ground I Savage.
M. E church—services will be held
at 11 a. m. and at 7:00 p. in.
once—this was November at Colfax.
Byron Branson of Hopewell was in
Mr. Satchwell being absent in Sheri
They say this season has been less rainy the neighborhood Sunday. It wouldn't dan,
Rev. W. J. Crawford will preach at Carries the Largest and Best Stock
than usual; it has been too dry altogeth surprise us to see him over quite often 11 o’clock. Regular service» in the
er (or the best interests of the farming j in the future.
in Yamhill County.
community. But any amount ot rain
We are sorry that we done Mr. Sar- [ All are cordially invited.
R ev . H P. S atchwell , Pastor.
would fail to make thiBcountry very wet; gent the injustice he claims in our last.
It was his son that met with the mishap,
Services at the Baptist church.—
the land is all stood too nearly on end to and
the opposite “critter” that balked. I Preaching morning and evening nt usu
hold much water.
The writer has not
Subject for 11 a. m.,—
— T had . I al hours
yet had the privilege of seeing an acre
“The Great Preparation.” Subject for
of level ground all in one place, since
evening sermon will be announced at
December 9, 1886.
coming to ttiis country. Such things
the morning service.
are surely rare sights here. We have to
All tlie farmers are complaining of the
G. J. B urchett , Pastor.
be content to feast our eyes on hills, ground not being wet enough to plow.
covered with beautiful, dried lip bunch
Fann for Sale.
The funeral of Mrs. D. Goucher was'
grass, gullies between, like spouts to well
i ai ry the water off, anil not even an oak by Rev. Mr. Satchwell, of McMinnville.
The Wm While place
grub to lelieve the monotony.
Still this is a wondetful place. It is
Everybody is preparing to go to the
farm consists of 280 acres of land well
queer the prices men will pay for this McGibeny concert.
land, standing up at an angle ot ¿0 to 69
Third Street Bet. D and E, 5tf
A grand time is expected at the ball improved and can be had for $25 per
degrees. For such land in the suburbs
acre, if sold before December 1st.
of Colfax men pay $100 per lot 50x100, Christmas eve. Good music has been '
Terms very easy. Also some valuable
while in the mi die of town, lots of the procured.
same size, with perhaps a rough pine
Bart Keys has returned. He says personal property can be had with the
farm cheap, good 4-vear old horse, 6
shanty on one corner, big enough to that Yamhill takes the cake.
head of cattle, 50 full blood merino
hold a sack of flour, a side of bacon, a
box of soap and one of candles, and a time past, is able to be around and at- i sheep, 1 now wagon, some hay, sheaf
oats and household furniture.
man to sell them—such lots sell for
C. W. T almage .
$1,000 to $1,500 apiece. Yet they tell tend to his pastoral duties.
me Colfax is not booming. Verily, it
Getchell has a nice assortment of
—Dealers in -
Colfax is not booming when she does Christmas goods. Why not have Christ
boom you will hear ot it.
mas tree here this year? There is plenty
White and Red Lead,
Since coming to Colfax the writer has of time, and why not take steps in that
Linseed and Lubricating Oilsr
met many who formerly lived in the direction ?
Two acres of land just acro«a the creek
Willamette valley. Y’amhill has her
____ ________ M um .
Varnishes of all Description,
from town, near the college.
representatives in this section, among
sold cheap on account of the owner leav
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
them Mr. Davis, formerly of the foot
ing. Inquire of J. Todd. McMinnville,
hills west of McMinnville. He is ranch
December 7, 1886.
ing some 15 miles southwest of Coliax.
News items very scarce in this vicini
P. & B. and Princess MetaKc
Mr. Davis says he believes there is more ty*
money in farming here than in Y’amhill,
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
G. C. Davidson is building a neat resi
in spite of the scarcity of water and
All persons indebted to Terry and Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochr^f
wood—he being obliged to haul wood 40 dence in this place.
miles, requiring three days to make the
A party of hunters pa«sed through Wright will please call and settle their
trip. There seems to be no inclination this place to-day from Hubbard, Marion accounts immediately. The accounts »re
on the part of those coining from the county, bound to Mount Hebo, deer in my hands and the books must be
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
western valleys to return; the longer hunting.
closed up at once.
JONES & Co.
they remain the better they like it here.
L ek W right .
The Willamette river remains very-
This, of course, speaks weil for the
low ; boats can scarcely get up this far.
December gales are blowing cold over
M. B. Hendrick has shipped some
the hills and through the gullies, whose grain from this place. I am told that
Owing to the change in our business
homeliness will soon be covered by a about all the grain has passed out of the
garb of beautiful snow. And if hs sur farmers’ hands. The present price is 70 we need all the money due us. So al)
who owe us please call and settle at
vives the tremendous weather they tell cents clear.
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
of here, isn’t, caught in a “blizzard,” or
R ogers A T od *.
Mr. A. M. Lavson died last Saturday
blown away bv a "harrycane,” you may
a full stock of «Furniture, of all
night after a long illness.
hear again from
H all B.
kinds, Fine Bedroom Sets Mirrors,
Mrs. McCalif was adjudged insane
Moulding», Wnll l’apcrs, Etc., Etc.
and taken to the asylum, last week.
You cannot afford to waste time in expe
when your lungs are in danger.
Mr. J. O. Beardsley returned from his rimenting
Consumption always seems at first, only a
A full line of
Council met in regular session Tues eastern
trip and reports a very good
Do not permit any dealer to impose
day evening. Present, Mayor, Wort time, but is glad to get back to Webfoot cold.
upon you with some cheap imitation or I)r.
man; Recorder, Spencer; Treasurer, again.
King s New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs ami Colds, but be sure you get the
Rogers, Marshal, Kanfmam; council
genuine. Because lie can make more profit
Store, one door routh of bridge, Sheridan,-
men, Johnson, Campbell, Jones, Narver,
he may tell you he has something just as Oregon.
December, 9, 1886.
but insist upon getting Dr. Kings New Dis
Committee appointed to confer with
The city election passed off quietly yes covery. which is guarranteed to give relief
property owners on Third street between terday with the election of the entire in all Throat, Lung anu Chest utfertions
bottles free at Koger Ar Todd’s Drug
B and E, in regard to cleaning the mud citizens’ ticket. We will have the fol Trial
off the streets, reported that the said lowing officers for the ensiling year.
John Thompson, M. J. Ram-i
Saved His Life.
property owners were in favor ol hav ! Trustees,
sev, Henry Hopkins, Ed. Pei kins and I
ing the streets cleaned. The recorder Thomas Huston ; Recorder, M. Redding ;
D. I. Wilcoxon, of llorse Cave. Ky.. says
was ordered to post notices notifying Treasurer, W. W. Nelson: Marshal, he was, for many vears, badly afflicted with
also Diabetes; the pains were al
citizens that the council would pass an Tom. Bryan.
most unendurable and would sometimes al
ordinance requiring the streets to be
Mr. J. M. Kelty has just recived a most throw him into con vnlsions. Hetricd
lot of clocks. Among them is a Electric Bitters and got relief from tlie first
Street commisioner C. A. Wallace ten fine
“cuckoo” clock—qnite a novelty here. bottle and after taking six bottles, was en
dered his resignation. Accepted.
cured, ami had gained in flesh eigh
bird comes out every half hour, tirely
Reportsof chief engineer of the fire de The
teen pounds. Says he positively believe^
makes a graceful bow and says cuckoo he
would have died, had it not been for the
partment and city treasurer read and i and
retires and closes the door after it.
In the City.
relief afforded bv Electric Bitters. Sold at
placed on file.
The treasurer’s financial statement is
Sheriff Harris sold at public auction, fifty cents a bottle by Rogers & Todd.
' the tools and stock belonging to Mr. Jay
Home Produce Market.
Balance on hand Dee. 1, 1885, . $ 481 44 ! a blacksmith, who has been running a
Amount received from all
shop here for the past year. His busi
sources during year............... 1905 56 ness was closed out and tools sold by Corrected for the T elephone by Baxter A
the sheriff, to satisfy his creditors who
Total receipts...................... $2387 Of) did not realize, from the sale, more than Wheat, per bu
R. MoKUNE, P roi » r .
Oats, per bu
Warrants paid during year
$1998 25 fifty cents on the dollar.
Flour, per bar.
The iron for the narrow gauge has Egi»s, per doz........................
Amount on band Dec. 1. 1886. . 478 75 come and the track will be laid this Butter, per lb
The following bills were allowed :
week, so the men say who live down Cheese, best, per lb.....
20c @ 30c Teams and outfits furnished parties wish-*
Gault & Wright, raising bell. . . . $38 28 about Dundee. It may prove, as it has Apjiles, per box.................
Sam Goff, hauling brick.............. 6 00 done before, a falure.
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
J. L. Rogers, treasurer’s salary. . 50 00
Q. • ” ham, sugar cured..
J. L. Rogers, freight advanced on
bell............................................. 10 65
that are fretful, peevish,
December. 5, 1886.
-VJVXVS WTS croM> or troubled with
Total ....................................$104 93
HERE WE ARE AT LAST !
There lias been quite a shipwreck in Windy Colic, Teething Palos, or
No further business being on hand, here. There came in on the beach last Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
—Hanii’s« at the
| Thutsday morning, at 3 o’clock, the fast at once by using Acker’s Baby Soother.
i sailing iron ship Car in a then Castle, under It contains no Opium or Morphine,
the command of Capt. W. Richards, hence is safe. Price 25 ecots. Sold by
j There wero twenty-eight men on board G. W. Burt, Druggist.
they all got ashore safe. One boat
Yamhill County District lodge, I.O. G. i 1 and
capsized,nut no one badly hurt. The ves ONE OF THE MOST NOTJCD European
T., convened in regular session at sel is one hundred and twenty days from physicians said : Neuralgia was the praver
Grange hall yesterday at 10 a. in.,and Liverpool. She is going to pieces. The of a dccaased nerve for healthy blood. Une
’s Aromatic Wine for the blood. Haggy Harness fro«n 112.00 and upward.
will hold until to-night. The lodge meet natives will get rich off of the wreck. J. Gilmore
For sale by Rogers <t Todd.
'Fenin llarnens from I'J'i.OO and rt|»wnrd.
ings are at 10 a. in. and 1:30 p. in. each
1 have also something entirely new in the
REV. W. FISK REQI’A, of Aurora, Ill.,
day. Y'esterdav evening a public meet
“I have used Gilmore’s Aromatic line of sweut pad«.
Woods, Hulbert A Co. are at work on savs;
My term, are CASH, or note« that can
ing was held and an interesting pro their sawmill. They expect to have it Wme and find it an excellent household
remedy that none ought to do without. For be turned into < a«h.
gramme rendered. To-night also there running by the first of March. Crap sale by Rogers & Toad.
will be a public meeting with the fol Bros, will haye theirs running by the THE PRETTIEST LADY in Olean was
—Having Bought the—
I first of January.
lowing progam me:
asked what made her complexion so clear
Born,November 28,1886,to the wife of
Mr. A. C. Gist a babv weighing 9 pounds. Gilmore’s Aromatic wine. For sale by
Prayer, Rev. Satchwell.
Rogers & Todd.
| Mother and child doing well.
Declamation, Henry Bertholomew.
L. LOOMIS, of Elba. N. Y.. writes
Declamation, Arthur Burt.
8. M. Knifong is up at J. Fuqua’s at i us MRS.
that she was sick for six months, was in
Business of Ix>gan Bros. A’ Hender
Song. J. I. Knight.
work on his house. Mr. Fuqua is going ‘ duced to try Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine,
son. I am ready to <1o ail kindi of
Declamation, Wort Gardner.
to have plenty of room for the travel | and four bottles cured her. For sale by
Declamation, Helen Calbreath.
Rogers <t Todd.
j next summer.
Trucking and Delivering
Reading, Miss Emily Webb.
C. Wymer has bought a lot in the I REV. H. B EWELL, of Pavillioft, N. Y.
—At Any Time.--
of Gilmore’s Aromatie Wine; “I I m »-
The public are cordially invited to be burg. What docs that stand for? Cum- i says
lieve it to be a most desirable remedy to be
Wagon Always Ready.
present at this evening meeting.
placed in every family.” For sale ky Rog
The weather is fine in here yet and ‘ ers Ar Todd.
Give M« «Trial.
Bncklcn’s Arnica Salve.
every body are as happy as clams at THE WIFE. MOTHER AND MA ID who
: high tide.
suffer from Female weakness and Debility,
M. S. GOFF, w
The best salve in the world for cuts,
will find Gilmore’s Aromatic a positive
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ship name ashore and the natives will , cure. For sale by Rogers Ac Todd.
sores, tetter, chapried hands, chilblains, ! live high.
GILMORE’S AROMATIC is a great sue- j
coins, and all skin eruptions, and posi
Mr.Kellow is in here. He is going to ' produce its equal as a restorative for wom
tively cures piles, or no pay required. ; stop
here thia winter with his son. He’ an. For sate l»y Rogers A T< m 1<1.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac is from
Stringtown, Washington county.
Next to Yamhill County Bank.
tion. or money refunded
REV I M DERBY, of Linden. N.Y.,
Mrs. Waller Gmyes, of Sheridan, is in says; “The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
rent« per box. For sale by Rogers A
here visiting her parents, Rev. Wm. ed a great blessing to my wife.’, For sale McMituvrixv
by Rogers A Todd.
Butt and wife.
The Largest and Fines» Stock ever brought
Vote of Thanks.
Smith, Farmer 4 Knifong are talking
to Yamhill Counir.
of putting npa uMngle mill.
En. T elephone :—The ladies of St.
A. J. Rhodes is going t» start a butch thouMndi suffering from Asthma, Con Boots and Shoes made to order and neatly
James (Episcopal) church guild extend er shop in town next spring.
sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever try ‘
Acker's English Remedy? It is the best
a vote of thanks to the press, and all
whoso generously assi-ted them during
Prices to the Bedrock.
ting np a bakery in town.
sold on a poaitivn guarantee at 10a., 50c.
their Ute fair.
L illie I reland ,
ft—T, of the < itlild.
W Burt. Ttrnggf-l.
Tlie F urniture Man
BEDROCK PRICES !
Come and be Convinced.
Jones & Co.r
Xcstntca Saw Mills,
McMinnville Sash and door Factor)^
Undertaker’s Goods !
G. E. DETMERING.
Dry Goods House
Livery and Feed stable H
Transient Stock Well Card For !
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