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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 24, 1886)
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ESTSIDE telephone .
C ommitted to the A sylum —Tuesday
morning, says the Statesman, W. 11.
triston, of Portland, brought up and
commuted to tho asylum J. C. McMan
us. Mr. McManus is well known on the
west side of tho river, as be was fora
long time a resident of Yamhill connty.
He was superintendent of construction
of that (sntion of the narrow gauge rail
road lying West of the Willamette,
ror the past three years his mind liar
been deranged and during that time lie
lias been taken care of by Mr. Gaston,
at his residence in Portland. Finally he
became so bad that it. was thought best
to turn him over to the asylum authori
ties, as there he would receive better
care than could he given elsewhere.
December 19, 188«.
The McCabe M. E. church, located
near Mr. Hemstock’s residence, in South
rain and hail storms.
December 22, 188«.
Yamhill will be dedicated January 2,
I A merry Christmas to the T elephone The streams ate swoolt^i very full.
R. P. Boise.
.Geo. W. Helt.
1 • enlistio to ,
land district, and Dr. Van Seoy, presi and its many readers.
Mr. E. Werner is quite ill.
of Willamette university will con
Mr Talmage of the T elephone was in
R. P. Bird.
Born, Decem'oer, 15, 1886, to the wife
J. AV. Watts.
duct the services. .
of 11. G. Ilill, a son.
The quarterly meeeting of McMinn
AVe suppose Mr. Summerville found
F. N. Little,
Mrs. Jos Hill has returned home from
ville charge will be held in connection things as he expected, on his eastern the bmial of her father, Mr. A. P. Wool
-h J«s tho
sey, of McMinnville.
with the dedicatory services. The first Portland.
J. 8. Hibbs.
nt Torth on iu
service will be on Saturday at one p. in.,
Mr. Page, the Little Nestucca mail
Mr. P. M. Serogitis and his daughter, carrier, drowned his horse Saturday
G. W. Briedwell.
y the rirtr, ,
fanuary 1; sermon by Dr. Harrington, Eiss
Eli.i, started last Thursday to Illi while crossing the Little Nestucca. lie
’• could not'
after which the quarterly conference nois to sjH'nd the holidays. They will re- I
W. W. Nelson.
narrowly escaped himself with tho mail
' an» and IU
will be held.
turn in about six weeks.
, sacks. He had a very heavy mail.
’•‘on of teelin;
.1. A. ('. Freund.
The Christmas ship at Armory hull.
.1. D. Fenton.
Johnny Weatherly, a young man from
C heck » M issing .—lion. W. J. Mc- preaching at 11 a. m. by Dr. Harrington Friday night, will bn under the manage
their relief. [
D. C. Nurver
( onnell, formerly of this couptv, but after which the church will he consecra ment of tne cavalry company. -The boy's Portland, while “conning” a log over
I h gh water,lost four dollar« in silver. He
lieu she visited
now of Moscow, I. T., while in Chicago ted. Dr. Van Scoy will preach in the are doing everything for its success. A ' demurely watched it ahp from his pock-
evening. There may be some other ser ball will tie given immediately after the
as sure to do
ELEPHONE whisperings last February, deposited $12,000 in vices connected with the occasion if the distribution of presents.
; ut piece hy piece down into the deep wa
)»<! liow dia
ter. Pretty dear toll for Johnnv.
mortgages with a responsible person, weather is favorable.
M ountain Tor.
What benefit is a railroad, unless it
This church edifice is as follows:
with instructions to surrender them
t SO sad toy,
■ Merry Christmas.
has some accommodations? The coach
w henever the money was paid. Recent The main part 40x20 feet, the el, 24x14, es are left standing down in the field and
■ 1!(,a,l our correspondents this issue.
o many others
ly the mortgages were satisfied, and two tower, 8x8, square, and 48 feet, high, the are not run up to the dejiot until just be
1 «nd equally
December. 18, 188G.
HyrPdi roasted peanuts at II. II. cheeks tor $6,000 each w ere issued by u audience room is 18 feet from floor to fore leaving. Thus passengeis for this
th0 phhaa. ^Vek'li’s-
t hicago bank and forwarded to the firm ceiling, clothed and nicely papered and place, or those who want dinner, are
F. Preobsteil, of cape Lookout, passed
.«no after M.
at Moscow. Wednesday Mr. McConnell,
compelled to get off on the ground and through tow n last Monday en route for
bouse by the I ■ pnvyor.r candies of C. Griesen always
wtio was in Portland, received a dispatch loors unite the two rooms. There is wade through mud and water to the Vancouver, W.T.
from Moscow, saving a letter bad been one acre and a tliiid of ground connect sidewalk.
with the church which gives ample
J. Fletcher and N. Robison passed
■ pr j Michaux of Sheridan, was in received sans checks. The letter had ed oom
for future improvements.
i»d blowings I
through town the first of the week on
called cheery I ■own yesterday.
way to your city.
dralts taken out. There is no clue to the
side and out, in the valley.
'»comfortable I ■ yor * square meal go to the St. Charles thief.
Ed Tilleson and Charley Wiley
December 19, 1886.
h ive contributed to this beautiful house
After break- I H^uly 25 dents.
passed through the city one day last
may well take delight in it. Mr. Hem
•or friends by I
H The T elephone wishes its leaders one
week on their way home from Netarts
and his exclient wife have labored soon.
'», but all [ I
Heath, and “Uncle” Jason Peters, came stock
■n<l alb « merry Christmas.
incessantly to get the church completed
'» eompari. I
over from Wheatland Wednesday to for dedication. They, and all who have
A heavy southwest storm visited the
'" dona But I 9 Mithushek pianos and Shoninger or-
A. Pollard and II. Booth will start for
They met had a hand in the good work will have bay last week.
""Uhl exp«. I ■aniciieaper than ever at Manning A spend Christmas at home.
Tillamook next Saturday for the purpose
1 'omlitioa, I
with but little success hunting and Lap
The river lias raised about six inches of proving up on Mr. Pollard’s pteem p-
II. P. S atchwell .
since last Monday.
ping, as game of all kinds is scarce in
0 house was, I
■will he found in our Christmas supple- that vicinity. The boys say hogs are
Four of our highly esteemed vonne
Good advice—don’t use to much can
bid oh! the I
men went hunting on Sand lake last
vas in strong wind.
plenty there, however, and one day
Monday, returning in the evening laden
while all were absent from camp, the
iust ahead of I | The Christmas tree at the Episcopal
Following is the programme of tho
There is to be a ball at Oretown on
hogs took possession, and eat up nearly public school entertainment to be given Christmas eve, at the residence of J. B. down witbsor-ow.
■‘t it was the B ■luirch to-morrow evening will be at 6
'"f wrath at I
all their clothes, about sixty loaded shot
While Mr. D. Fenrigson and family
gun shells, and even pulled up the pegs .it the opera house, on the evening ol
»"'ek those I
were away from homo last. Friday, his
« Try the pure fruit extracts tablets, of the tent. They left their boat at December 25, 1886:
fire in some manner un
'"I twa.bUe ■
■anil ' other fine candies at II. II. Wheatland, and will start Monday for Song................................................... School last Friday, The Dr. has been home on known caught
and burned to the giound. Loss
souls who ■
the head-waters of the Willamette to be Rhetorical contest for prizes—grades, D
1 and doth- B
about $1500. No insurance.
and C :
S our D ough .
The long boat, in which the crew of
I Say! You don’t know who our Satan- gone some time.
the Carmarthen Castle landed, was
( Herbert Toney,
■ic majesty is going to take to the Clirist-
D ime E ntertainmeut .—The entertain
sold last Saturday, at auction.
D s Pearl Kirkwood.
ment Wednesday evening, at the Bap
December 22, 1880.
I There are a few more of those tobog tist church, was in every wav, a success.
f Beckie Humphrey,
ly going to pieces. Nothing remains now
Miss Bertie Sargent has gone to Phil
gan caps left at Miss Russ’; Only 93 The recitations and songs, by the little
save the hull, masts and rigging.
omath to attend school.
c ■ Lizzie Jaehn,
folks, were heartily enjoyed by every
Mrs. Provost mndo a business trip to
I Prof. Carl Young, of Lafayette, will
November 21), was delayed on account Portland, last week, purchasing goods.
Lim: at the public school entertainment, one present. The recitationsand reading
by the “big” folks were a credit to
of the rougli bur at Tillamook bay.
The Bellevue school will reopen Mon
Song..............................Prof. Carl Young
themselves and the managers of the en Rhetorical contest for prizes—‘grades, B
William McPeak and Johnnie Hamp day, Dec. 27, with Miss Katie Casey,
I George Cornet is the efficient and gen- tertainment.
ton, who have been stopping on big Nes teacher.
■ ileinanlv artist in Welch's Topsoral Par- mental music, showed that the church
tucca for the past few weeks, left for
I lors, after August 6.
’ Kate Gorman,
Tho last we beard of onr young friend,
has rare talent among its members.
Shoalwater bay W. T. last Tuesday.
of this place, now of Collegeside, he
I Mrs. Carrie Scott of Portland, is np to The recitation, by little Helen Galbreath,
Some one visited the pile of wreckage was standing on the railroad track look
■ «pend the holidnvs with her parents, and the Farmer’s song by Myitieand
■ Ina Cooper,
from the ship Carmarthen Castle and ing towards “Amity.”
I Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Adams.
Robert Henderson, deserve special
out all ot the brass door locks
U. B. quarterly meeting will be held
and hinges. Tho person that done it
I Some parties from here cameilownthe
. Francis Dielsehneider.
O ur C ounty L ines .—Representative
was in very low business, for they were in the church, at this place, beginning
I Yamhill in a boat Tuesday, capturing
New Years day, and continu
not only stealing the locks and hinges,
I eleven ducks and a fine otter.
Little of this county is at work oh a bill
ing over Sunday, Elder Pulley, officiat
Why will von go without a clothes to present to the next legislature, to set
H uckleberry F inn .
I wringer, when you can get a first-class lie the long disputed county lines be Solo .................................. Mrs. Campbell
W. L. Warren is getting industrious;
J one of Manning and Co. for only $2.75 ? tween this county and Polk and Tilla Specialties................... J. H. Knight & Co
he has built a kitchen addition to his
house, numerous wagon and machinery
It is thought that, a bill for the Recitation, “The Little Nest«.”.............
R. Lanning, of eastern Washington mook.
sheds, and added many other improve
December 20, 1886.
I territory, is back again, after an absence connty line between Yamhill and Polk ......................................... Helen Galbreath
ments to his farm.
loftenyeirs, visiting his old stamping beginning at the Willamette river at the Song....................................... Prof. Young
oor, cm »
Superintendent J. A. C. Freund made
To conclude with the most laughable of our town a flying visit on the 17th inst.
point mentioned in the oid boundary
A genuine Jack rabbit lias been seen
and running thence west parallel to the Farces, entitled, “Wanted, A Young
ked qp at
in this section by several parties within
first section line south of that point to
1 was lot
the last few days. Where the stranger
I clocks, plated ware, etc., at the Mc the Tillamook line, will sufficiently de
ten dollars and costs for assault and came from no one knows. It is un
id. I no-
fine that boundary so that little or no Adelaide Stirling................... Carrie Mark
doubtedly some one’s pet as it is very
on the 18th inst.
surveying will be necessary.
T had .
Simon Snoozle....................... Roy Wiles
The buck board lias been hauled off the
If von want to purchase a good second
Frank Mitchell....................Frank Rogers
t of ‘chill
Nortli Yamhill-Tillamook route. The
hand piano, comparatively new, at a
very reasonable price, call at this office in Amity, Oregon, December 21, 1886, Religions Services-Sunday Next. mail will he carried on horseback until
December 22, 1886.
spring opens and the roads get better.
I)r. G. II. Smith and Miss Lilia Getch-
There is going to lie a Christmas
Grand ball at Laughlin’s hall on the sleigh at Littlefield’s bail to-morrow
Clocks can be bought at the McMinn el, Rev. E. Russ, of McMinnville, offi-
Social meeting at 11 o’clock every
ville Jewelry store cheaper than any-' ■ dating. The many good friends present Lord’s day at the Christian church. night of December 24. Slipper at the night.
hotel, Dr. J. D. Morris, pro
where else. Come and see for yourself, io'-. with us in wishing them a long an Sunday school every Sabbath
Little Jimmy Jamison was thrown
prietor, which speaks well for the ^up
W m . H oll .
happy life. Foll owing is a list of pres o’clock.
from a horse, yesterday morning, and
his shoulder thrown out of place
M. E. church—services will be held
There will be a meating of the choral
About four of onr citizens went to and his collar bone broken.
ple : set of vases, large fruit dish, silver at 11 a. m. and at 7:00 p. tn.
Wapato lake last Wednesday to shoot
All are cordially invited.
on Tuesday evening next. A full attend pickle castor, two china mush sets, large
Mr. Litchfield was hero last night
ducks. The result was, lots of hard
stand lamp, pair slippers, fine cuff box,
tramping and fun, out late and nary a with his comical entertainment. He did
cook stove, pair linen towels, perfume
not have much of nn audience but the
St. James’ (Catholic) church. Mass duck.
Vinegar, 25 cents per gallon, in large satchet, and a pear from Rev, Russ.
performa-ce was good. lie docs all that
at 10:30 a m on the second and fourth
or small quantities; sweet cider, 15
Mr. Fred Williams livingnear Fetch’s he claims on his bills.
T hird A nnual S ocial .—The third an Sundays of each month. Sunday school
cents per gallon, at the cider mill of
mill has returned after an absenco of
The citizens of this place make it rath
nual social given by Prof. Crawford at 2:39 p. m. every Sunday.
Jno. J. Sax.
five months, visiting in England and
hite , Rector,
Portugal, In« old home. He Bays that er tropical for tramps. They .«end them
Remember, for Buckey pumps Man and wife to the senior academic class of
on their way without allowing them to
St. James’ church. Rev. John C. Webfoot ¡ b the country for him.
ning A Co. have the exclusive sale of the coliegeon last Friday evening was a
tarry long here. Several of them have
them and sell them at bedrock prices. very pleasant affair and was greatly en Fair, rector. .Services 11 a. m. and
Charles Bucking has sold his ninety been tun out of town in the Inst Week.
7 p. m.
The best pump in the world.
joyed by all present. The amusement
Mr. E. C. Bradshaw of The Dalles,
Sunday school at 9 :30 a. tn.
miles southeast of this place, to William
A new postoffice has been established afforded by the electric battery, was
Friday evening services at 7:00 p.m. Merchant: price $30 per acre—very has been visiting here the past week.
over in the Nestucca country at the laughable, though shocking. No part of Seats free. All are cordially iuvited to cheap.
One year ago lie could have Also Mr. (’lias Watts, son of Si natoi
mouth of Slab creek, called Burdick, the occasion, however, was more enjoya attend.
Watts of this place, has been visiting
sold for $40 or more
ble than the supper which Mrs. C.
with Mr. Burdick as postmaster.
relatives and friends for the past lew
C. P. church. Services at the usual
knows how to prepare. ’Tis good to be
There was a foot race, last Saturday, days.
The McMinnville Jewelry store is the a senior “cad,”so we are told by one hours. Subject for forenoon discourse, at Hallet’s track, near Gaston, between
Yesterday morning Wm. McVicker
largest west of Portland, and the cheap who was there.
Jen Long, of this place, and Wm. Sap-
ject for evening, “Some people who will ington, of Wapato. Distance, one hun met with a very severe accident.
C ounty S eat Q uestion .—Petitions be greatly surprised just beyond death.” dred yards; stakes, thirty dollars; win was cutting brush for Joe Matty and in
Holl is the proprietor.
Sunday hc I ioo ! at 9:30.
are being circulated praying for an en
ner, Jen Long, by eighteen inches ; time some way made a tnisliek and atinck his
left little toe between the second and
Several valuable pieces of real estate
All are invited to attend these services. 10.*i seconds.
third joints comnletely severing the
are offered for sale in this issue of the
T. H. H enderson , Pastor.
On the 15th inst. John Dudley’s little lione and cords and passed on into his
T elephone . AVhoever first takes advan county to vote on the relocation ot the
Services at the Baptist church.— bov I’ete, while reaching down into a foot, making a gash about three inches
tage of the offers will secure bargains.
county seat. AVe would like to see this Preaching
morning and evening at usu barrel for apples, lost his balance and in length. Dr. Littlefield dressed the
question settled one way or the oth-r
Subject for 11 a m..— fell in head foremost, tn such a position wound and put in seven stitches.
The Durham boys went up the river and the enabling act would seem to al hours
Tuesday and endeavored to find their be the only wav of putting it at rest. “The baptism of fire.” Subject for 7 :30 that lie could not help himself, anil
guns, but the water was so high they Therefore let us have the petition gen p. m.. “The price of crooked things.”
when found was past speaking, but re
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
ONE OF THE MOST NOTED European
gave up all lio)<e of recovering them till erally signed.
covered soon after being taken out.
physicians said : Neuralgia w as tliepraver
All are cordially invited to these ser
W. J. McConnell is now at home of a dcer.ased nerve for healthy blood. Use
R emoved .—Dave Caldwell,
Wells vices. Strangers especially made wel
Aromatic Wine for die blood.
A Christmas present that would be
come to come and worship with us.
packing his household effects. lie ex
greatly appreciated by an nbsent friend Frago & Co’s live agent at this point,
G. J. B urchett , Pastor.
pects to move with his family to Mos For sale by Rogers A Todd.
REV. W. FISK REQl’A, of Aurora, III.,
—six months or a years subscription to was engaged yesterday in moving the
cow I. T. on Saturday morning. He
the T elephone . ' This is simply a sug- express office, from where it has been—
has been here many years; lie has lieen says; “I hive used Gilmore's Aromatic
Home Produce Market.
inc and find it an excellent household
an enterprising business man; and in remedy
in the postoffice building—to a building
that none ought to do without. For
all of his a< ts has shown great liberality sale by Rogers
Holiday Goods are going off like hot
cakes at Geo. AV. Burt’s, and he don’t store by J. J. Collard. Hereafter Dave
LADY in Olean was
asked wlint imide her complexion so < lenr
have to run a lottery swindle to sell will always lie found at his new post du Wheat, per bu
:«<■ with best wishes from all and wislr him ami beautiful. She said it was hy using
them either; the prices are so low they
Flour, per liar.
............... $4.00iG4.M> a happy New Year in his new home.
Gilmore's Aroniutie wine. For suliJ by
IleRF.’s A C hance .-AV« have for sale a Ega«. l»er doz........................
Rogers A Todd.
O ccasional .
Admission to the public school enter «mall place adjoining town containg a Cheese, ttest, per lb....
MRS I,. L oom is. of Elba. N. V.. write-
us that she was sick for six montlis. win in
20c ic 30c
tainment to-morrow night will he 25 little more than an acre of ground;» Apples, per l«>x..................
December 22. 1880.
to trv Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine,
0c <g 10c
cents; children, 10 cents. Reserved good two-story lwuse anil barn; well set Bacon, sides
Items are scarce and the mud is deep, duced
and four liottlca cured her. For sale by
seats can be had at the City drug store, with small frnit trees; good well, etc.
but the average Webfoot is happy.
without extra charge.
We will sell this place at a bargui. For
Mr». Holden of Tillamook, is visiting
B. EWELL, of Pavillion, N. Y.
F ob S alk C heap .—Forty acres ol with her brothers, Messrs. George and -avs of Gilmore'.«
(( One poor individual imbibed too much
Aromatic Wine; "I be
a most de-irahle remedy to be
F ine AV ork .—There is on exhbition at
placed in everv family.'' For sale by Kog
landed in the calaboose by Marshal
northwest of McMinnville, adjoining the
Fd. Austin, our jovial barber, has ers A Todd.
Kaufman. He will be utilized in clean Miss Rnss’ millinery parlors on Third Dave McCall place on the left. This
street, some very handsome pieces of
Good luck to you, Ed.
«tiffer from Female weakness ami Debility,
needle work, and painting. The work piece of land is offered for sale cheap on
Hon. F. N. Little and Prof. Jordan, of show« skill and adaptability, and is the easy terms. It is well fenced, contains
Prof. Litchfield gave an entertainment will find Gilnmre's Aromatic a positive
Moore’s valley were in the city j’ester- result of much care and pains. It a living spring of water, ten acres of it in Laughlin's hall a few evenings sinie cure. For sale by Rogers A To<l<l.
has been tiuder cultivation, and eight to a good audience.
Hia personifica GILMORE'S AROMATIC 1« a great suc
should Is? seen to be appreciated.
paring things for the interest of Yam
acres has been slashed. Price $10 per tions and contortions nude everyone cess, therefore we challenge the World to
bill county in the next legislature.
produce its equal its a restorative for wom
B orm .—At North Yamhill, Oregon, acre. For further particulars call at the roar with laughter.
an. For sate by Kogers A Todd.
T elephone office.
Travel still continues between this
Kick like a bay steer if you don’t read
REV I. M DERBY, of Linden, N. Y„
place and Tillamook, although some any«;
tins advertisement and know that on
’'The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro snow
is re;>orted on the mountain». Mr. ed a great blessing to my wife.', For sale
>nd after tl,e new year my billiard tables Yamhill conntv, an eleven pound
Cameron »tarts over to-day with a Mr. by Rogers A Todd.
will be rented only by the hour or frac- daughter.
Mother and child duing
tion thereof, at the rate of 49 cents per well. The T elephone extends con its. for sale at a bargain. Large house, Mnrphy and wife, late, of Pennsylvania.
JI. H. W elch .
well built; several acres of ground for
Miss Nellie Wills will accompany
gardening, and fruits of various kinds
Dr. I. C. Taylor is in the city with
C hristmas S ervice .—There will be nicelv started, nume-ous outhouses, Hon. J. W. McConnell’» family to their Is warranted, is because it is tho best
new borne. Thus we lose another shin
headquarters at the office of Dr. H. V.
V. Johnson. Dr. Taylor makes, a ape- an
' appropriate service Christm is day, ham. etc. Everything in good ord. r. ing light from our town. Mi»» Wills has Blood Preparation known. It will posi-
«'laity of hemorrhoids an I other diseases at
i St. Jame* church, the Kev. John C. Property is situated on Collegoside. made many friends du. ing her sojourn tivcly cure all Blood Diseawes. purifies tho
whole system,and thoroughly builds up tho
°f the rectum. No charge for examina Fair officiating. Service will commence Satisfactory reason» for wanting to sell. with us.
constitution. Remember, wo guarantee it.
tions. Cure guaranteed or no charge i at 10 a. tn All are cordially invited to For further particulars enquire at this
W. Burt dru«.!>t.
1 rumpet and
em ob Wollo
officiai . diiikctoky .
A Verdict l »animons.
W. D. Sult, Druggist, Bippus. Infl., testi
fies: "I can recommend Electric Hitters as
the very best remedy. Every bottle sold
Ims given relief in every tasc. One mart
took six bolt’es, and Was cured of rheuinii-
tism of pl years’ stiindhig,’.’ Abniliuiu
Huie, druggist. Bellville, Ohio, affirm.«j
"The best selling medicine I iiave ever
handled in luy 20 years experience, is Elee-
trie Bitters ” Thousands of others lmv.i
added their testimony, so that the verdict
is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure
all disease« of the liver, kidneys or blood.
Only n half dollar a hottie ill Rogers A
Todd’s drug store.
Excitement in Texas.
Great excitement has been caused in the
vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so
helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise,
his head; everybody said he was dying of
consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King’s
New Discovery was sei.t him. Finding re
lief, he bought a large hottie and a box of.
Dr. Kings New Life Fills; by the time he,
bad taken two boxes of pills and two bottles
of tike Discovery, he was well and hud
gained in flesh thirty-six pounds.
Trial bottles of this Great Discovery for
Consumption free ut Kogers A Todd’s.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
The best* salve in the world for cuts,'
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tion, or money refunded,
cents per box.
For sale by Rogers &
A public exainiuition of teachers will’
be held on December 27, 188!!, at Mc
Minnville, O.egon.nt the office of Connty
Superinteiidend, beginning at 8 o’clock
Two acres of land just across the creek
from town, near the college.
sold cheap on account of the owner leav
ing. Inquire of J. Todd, McMinnville,'
Owing to the change in onr business
we need nil the money due us. So nil.
who owe us pieuse call and settle at
llnciKitH A Toon
HERE WE ARE AT LAST !
—Harness at the—
Lafayette Harness shopf
Buggy Harness from $12.00 and upward.'
Team Harness from $25.00 and upwnrd.
I have also something entirely new in the
line of sAcat pads.
My terms are CASH, or notes that cun
be turned into cash.
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
Carries a full stock of Furniture, of all'
kinds, l ine Bedroom Sets, Mirrors,
M.mldings, Wall Papers, Etc., Etc.
---- A full line of-----
Undertaker’s Goods !
Store, one door south ot bridge, Sheridan,'
G. E. LETTERING
Dry Goods House
In tin* City,
Livery and Feed stable!!
R. MoKUNE, P ropr .
Transient Stock Well Cared l or f
Teams and outfits furnished parties wish-
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
Busines« of Logun Bros. A Hender
son. I am realty Pi do al! kinds of
—At Any Time.—
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
«Ire Mr a Trial.
M. S. (iOb’I
Boot and Shoe Store I
The Largest and Fines: Stork ever brought
to Yuiiihlll County.
Prices to tho Bedrock.