The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, January 14, 1887, Image 3

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WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
eitoM tug L ewis C o '. nty B ee .—
-----MISS-----
The Three Linkers.
OUR ASSISTANTS.
Home Produce Market.
M iss Rosa Stannus visited our city
■iguin I.,,st Monday evening and gave an
L ist night Occidental Lodge I. O.O. I-',
Corrected for the T klkphojuc by Baxter A
OFFICIAL DIltECTOKY.
Lafayette.
eiocutionaiy entertainment to a large, held a public installation of officers at
Martin,
January 13, 1887.
Wheat, per bu
.. ..
TUIlill DISTRICT.
intelligent and applet iativo audience, Garrison’s opera house. The lodge met
79c
38c
Judge
Born, to the wife of Lash Martin, Jan­ Outs, per bu...........................
It. I’. Boise ■diss ctanniiH ¿ ive a i-im.lar entetaiu- in secret session at their hall at 5 o’clock
Flour,
per
bur.
.......................
Prosecuting Attorney
Leo. W. Ik It ment in this city, last w inter, for the
Eggs, per doz...........................
and at about 7 o’clock marched to the uary 7,a son.
20c
CO'. NTT.
25c
Dr. Littlefield will leave in a few days Butter, per lb.........................
benefit of the public school, and is known opera house, where the foilowing offi­
Cheese,
best,
per
lb
.................
11. I*. Bird
20c
Senators *
for Coeiir d’Alene mines where lie lias a
J. W. Wm:, to most of our citizens. She was greet cers were publicly installed by P. P. position in a hospital at a good salary. I Apples, ^vr box......................
20c«30c
R. R. I niiAi'.in ed with hearty applause when she inad< Gates, I>. I). G. M., assisted by IL R.
Bacon, sides...........................
8CU8,1-»«
Representative»
F. N I.i’tle her appearance on the stage. Miss 8tan-
“
shoulder ................. .
7c
There has been a side walk laid from
. e. I.iifollett mis h is rare elocutionary powers, an, Littlefield, G. M.; and W. G. Hender­ Mr. Burkank’s corner to the station,
M
ham,
sugar
cured..
10)iiCllc
I
Judge
17. Loir.’linrv
son, G. W:
W J I.ougbary, N G; J. thus making a good dry walk from town
Ludias, pleas« call and ••• my
J. S. Hibbs well deserves the praise she is receiving
<’onmiis»toT»eTs J
Don't Experiment.
(leo. Dorsev ruin the public. Her well cultivated d E Brooks, V G; J L Rogers, R S; E N to the depot. The. w alk was built by
ti. W. Bri'-dwll voice is subservient to tier feeling, ami il Ford, 1’ S; SA Manning, Treat; Wm subscription.
<’lerk
You cannot uilbrd to waste time in expe*
T. .1. Harris changes readily, but without apparent I
Micriff
Mrs. Dr. Littlefield was expected
'I'ri'a-ure-
................
W. W. Nelson 'Ijoit, from the comic to the pathetic, ilooth, Il 8 to N G ; Wm IIoll, I. 8 to N
j rinienting when vour lungs are in danger.
home
from
Chicago
last
week,
but
the
.Assessor ..
¡;
Chas
Daniel,
conductor;
L
II
Cook,
Wyatt Burri
A nile her gesticulations give emphasis
Consumption always seems at tirst, only a
School Supt........................ J. A. < '. Frenici without appearing meilianical.
Warden ; Clark Braley, I G ; W G Hen­ Dr. received a letter from there on Tues­ I cold. Do not permit any denier to impose
«Surveyor
day of this week, stating that she is un­ I upon you with some cheap imitation ot Dr.
.1. D. Fenton
Will have an early Fall Stock.
derson, It S S; A D Howard, I. 8 8,
Coroner
D.
Nurver
able to travel, It is uncertain when she King’s New Discovery for Consumption,
G ood .—I-rank Multner, the enterpris­
The officers of the Rebekah degree will be home.
Coughs
and
Colds,
but
be
sure
you
get
the
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ing proprietor of the St. Charles hotel, wero installed as follow®:
Because be cun make more profit
Mrs N L
Last Sunday morning a Chinaman ; ; genuine.
he may tell you he has something just as,
TELEPHONE WHISPERINGS. with an e_yo to business, has secured the (look, N G ; Mrs G W Burt, V G; E N who
is working for E. It. I’oppleton
. _
got good, or just the same. Don’t be deceived,
lease of the Central Hotel,and will take Ford, R 8; Mrs C Daniel, P 8; WT a horse out of Nelson’s stable, and while : but insist upon getting Dr. Kings New Dis-
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. II. charge about February 1. Mr. Multner Booth, Treas. The other officers will be riding ¡Jong the street in front of Dr. I coverv. which is guarranteed to give relief
J. H. HENDERSON
Poppleton’s residence the horse fell and | in all Throat, Lung unu Chest affections
■Welch’s.
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is one of the best hotel men in Oregon, appointed.
threw the Chinaman, breaking a bone Trial bottles free at Roger <t Todd’s Drug
(Successor to L. Root)J
btore.
Rev. F. Dillard Holman of Hillsboro, ilwavs courteous and obliging to his
After the installation of officers the in his left leg.
is in the city.
guests, anti those who stop witli him following piogramtne was successfully
Carries a full and complete stock of
The owner of the articles that Marple
Saved His Life.
Miss Rosa Stannus at the opera house nice are sure to limit him up a second
irried out: Music, “Hark the Bong oi gave up, not long since, came down to
time.
lh«
Central
could
not
have
fall-
Groceries,
Crockery, Glastwars,
this evening.
.
this place and identified the things and
D. I. Wilcoxon, of Horse Cave, Ky., says
■n into better hands, and under Mr. Jubilee,” Opening address, by Mrs. many others that were not given up,
The streets were crowded witli peo­ 1 ultuer’s management will continue to lV. J. Loughary; recitation, by Pearl
Wooden and Willowware,
which were found in the house. He lie was. for many Years, budly afflicted with
ple .yesterday.
be one of the most popular hotels on Campbell; recitation, Olla Burt; read- swore out a warrant for the arrest of Phthisic, also Diabetes; the pains were al­
For a square meal go to the St. Charles the west side. Mr. Cook, the present ng, Mrs. Hinman; Solo, Mrs. Hattie Mrs. Marple, mother of 11. E. Marple. most unendurable and woulu sometimes al­ □ToBacco Cigars,,
most throw him into convulsions, lie tried
manager, will soon move into his new
—only 25 cents.
Campbell; recitation, Miss Helen Cal- She was arrested yesterday and placed Electric Bitters and got relief from the first
bi ick hotel.
Goods delivered promptly to suy part
under
$600
bonds,
in
default
of
which
bottle and after taking six bottles, was en­
XLNT flavor. Folgor’s roast coffee at
bri’tli; reading, Miss Rosa Stannus;
of the city.
tirely cured, and hail gained in flesh eigh­
she was lodged in jail.
C. Grissen’s. Try it.
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S t J ames R ectory .—Bishop Morris, music, “Moonlight Dance.”
teen
pounds.
Says
be
positively
believes
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Goods
Exchanged
for Produce. 35tt-
lie would have died, had it not been for the
For posts and boards go to R. r. desiring that a lectory of St. James
All this time the eyes cf the number
relief a Horded by Electric Bitters. Sold at
Religious
Services-Sunday
Next.
Stowe’s Inmber yard.
(iltf
of
members
and
friends
present
were
'
church should be erected as soon us
fifty cents a bottle by Rogers A Todd.
I). Hurst and son, William, of Salem. possible, the rector Rev. John C. Fair, casting on the good things spread on
HERE WE ARE AT LAST I
the
numerous
tables
in
the
hall,
and
it
Social
meeting
at
11
o'clock
every
i
were in the city yesterday.
witli the above end in view, had some was a welcome sound to hear the an­ Lord’s day at the Christian church.
REV. DR. EREELAND, of Fowlerville,
—Harness at the—
Band of Hope meeting at M. E. line photographs tak in of the interior of nouncement of supper. Oil the tables Sunday school every Sabbath at 3 N. V.. writes us that two bottles of Gilmore’s
Aromatic
wine
cured
his
wife
of
nervous
­
church to-morrow at 2 p. m.
the church. The pictures,(taken by our there was everything to eat imaginable o’clock.
ness and sleeplessness. Sold by Rogers A
and plenty of it. The lady friends of
In another column will lie found
I
a celebrated aitist, Mr. W. V. Price,) the order hud more than exerted them-
M. E church—services will be held Todd.
—at absolutely—
shows the Christmas decorations as
notice to taxpayers. Read it.
in preparing «ticb a feast, Every- at 11 a. m. and at 7 :0l) p. in.
GILMORE’S AROMATIC WINE is a pos­
viewed from the chancel, It is to be selves
All
are
cordially
invited.
itive cure for all those painful complaints
one eat until they could hold no more,
John W. Baker, has gone to Stella, hoped from the sale of these pictures
R ev . II P. S atchwell , Pastor.
>, at and still there was plenty left, After
so com mon to all our best female popula­
W. T. to be absent several weeks.
one dollar each, to real.ze it fund to- this
everybody enjoyed themselves in a
St. James’ (Catholic) church. Mass tion. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Don’t fail to hear Miss Rosa Stannus wajd shirting, if not completing
.
_ the rec- soi t of go-as-you-please fashion as long at 10:30 a. in on tlie second and fourth
tory.
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at the opera house this evening.
l’ietuies can lie procured by up- is they desired to stay. Of course the Sundays of each month. Sunday school I WANTED. A case of teníale weakness, Buggy Hamess from $12.00 and upward.
general debility or nervous exluiuston that Team Harness from $25.00 and upward.'
plying to
of ■ the crowning feature of the literary exercise
' the
' rector, or inembers
'
Gilmore's Aromatic Wine wile not cure.
at 2:30 p. in. every Sunday.
Wanted—A girl to do housework in a St. James
I have ulso something entirely new in th«,
Guild.
Sold by Rogers & Todd.
was
the
reading
bv
Miss
Rosa
Stannus.
J.
8.
W
hite
,
Rector,
small famifv. Apply at this office.
line of s a eat pads.
This young lacly is a fine elocutionist
My terms are CASH, or notes that can.
REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson. K.
Fixi: W oke .—J. II. Nelson has a fine an I held the audience spell bound du-
St. James’ church. Rev. John C.
C. Symons is closing up his business
A. WKLL8.
preparatory to moving up oil the sound set ot dental instruments, and lias had ing her readings. All should avail Fair, rector. Services 11 a. ni. and Y . says: Gilmore’s Wine for female weak­ be turned into cash.
ness stands without a rival. Sold by Rogers
m.
country.
a ease made for them by B. Clark that is heinselves of the opportunity to hear her 7 p.
A
Todd,
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Roy Wile« will assist the II. A. C. as line a piece of work as we ' have ever this evening. Taking it ail together it
Friday evening services at 7 :00 p. m.
GILMORE’S VROMATIC WINE is the
minstrels of Salem, in an entertainment seen. It is put together by what is was a.very pleasant evening, andheaiti- Seats free. All are cordially invited to great
remedy for women and children, 128
ly enjoyed by all present.
this week.
doses for $1. Sold by Rogers A Tmld.
attend.
called invisible dovetail, and the pieces
Two tons of barb wire for sale at are so perfectly matched that there is
O xb C hime ai a T ims .—One of the
C. P. church. Services at the usual
C.II.MORE'8 AROMATIC WINE makes
Manning At Go’s, bought in Chicago be­
ladv beautiful, because it gives her good,
not the slightest variation in the grain most important questions which arose hours. Preaching botli forenoon and a rich
fore the rise.
621 f
blood Sold by Rogers A Todd.
o’ the wood. The case looks as though out of the intricate and interminable evening by Rev. J. C. Van Fatten of
Datyon W. T. Sunday school nt 9:30 a.
The market of Bangasser
Keller is it had been chiseled out a sol'd block of
JMPOTENCY IN MAN OR WOMAN
The Direct Route I No Delays!
closed and will probably remain so for walnut. This is the fourth or fifth case Hibbs case was whether a man who bad m. Special services every evening this quickly cured by Gilmores Aromatic wine.
two or three weeks,
«I this kind manufactured by Mr. Clark been extradited for one crime could be week. All are cordially invited to at­ Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Fast Trains!
tend.
Hon. J. L. Ferguson, A. P. Fletcher hut none of them show as much skill in tried for another. Hibbs, it will be re­
LADIES, use Gilmore’s Aromatic wine, it
T. II. II exdersox , Pastor.
the
workmanship
as
the
one
just
fin
­
membered
was
extradited
on
a
charge
of
will cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
and -Sheriff Harris, of Lafayette, were
ished.
THE LOWEST JR-A-TfESh
Services pt the Baptist church.—
in the city yesterday.
forgery, and was indicted for uttering
Preaching
morning
and
evening
at
usu
­
forged
papers.
The
ease
involved
points
TO OHIOAOO AND ALL POINT«
George Cornet is the efficient and gen­
G opher V alley T hee .—The Rev.
I
al hours—11 a m. and 7 p. m.
tlemanly artist in Welch’s Tonsoral Par­ John ('. Fair lias returned from his visit which had never been passed upon by
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
East.
Tickets sold to all prominent points
lors, after August (>.
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All are cordially invited to these ser­
toGopher valley. While there the schol­ tile United States supreme court. The
throughout the East and Southeast.
vices.
Stranger«
especially
made
wel
­
G. R. Higgins will organize a clans in ars of the Sunday School, of w hich Miss matter came up before Judge Beady,
come to come and worship with us.
short hand, if the necessary number of
AMITY, OREGON.
Eborall is superintendent, were given a who decided that a person extradited
G. J. B urchett , Pastor.
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGERS h
scholars can be secured.
for
one
crime
could
not
be
tried
tor
any
New Years treat on Thursday, Epiphany
J. A. C. Freund and Al Hussey are
other.
Lately Justice Miller of the
Temperance Alliance.
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
Bo careful and do not make a mistake.
home from Salem. They attended the night. The tree being a complete sur­ U. S. supreme court, in the case of Win.
But bo sure to take the
prise to the little ones, was greatly en­
opening of the legislature.
The Yamhill County Temperance Al­ Blacksmithing and carriage ironing of
joyed by them, their parents and friends. Ranseher, has made a similar decision,
every description.
A. M. Taggart has been spending a A service wan held on Sunday afternoon, in which lie quotes largely from Judge liance will convence at Sheridan Janua­
orthern acific ailroad
tew ¿ays in Albany, and vicindv. He and, notwithstanding the muddv roads Deaily’s decision. This settles the point, ry 19, 1887.
in
which
there
has
heretofore
been
reports business booming in that sec­ and rain, the school house was comforta­
And see that your ticket reads via
Horse Shoeing
Art. 6. All temperance and religious
tion.
bly filled. Owingto the condition of the some uncertainty as a contrary decision
in
a
similar
case
has
been
rendered
in
organizations
shall
be
entitled
to
repie-
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS,
A. C. Southmayd of Sheridan, was in roads, the Rev. Mr. Fair will discon­ the supreme court of New York. Now sentatiou in the Alliance.
And plow work a specialty.
the city yesterday, and called on us. tinue visiting the missions until further fellows who commit lots of crimes and
Art.
7.
The
basis
of
representation
To avoid changes and serious delays occa%
He left for Yaquina.on the south bound notice.
fly to B. C. will do well to pick out shall be one for every twenty members
sioned by other routes.
train.
something
easy
to
be
extradited
on.
and
one
for
a
fraction
over
ten
of
the
or
­
Also
manufacture
the
G ood W ay to A dvertise .'—Merchants
ganization
sending
delegates.
We understand lion. XV. D. Fenton in any of the villages or towns where we
C. 1'. B ishop ,
Celebrated Oregon Iron Harrow, Through Emigrant Sleeping Cara,
S elect M aster M asoxs .—The Grand
will occupy the rooms in Bralv’s bank
have correspondents, can have local ad­
Cor. Sec.
building, just vacated by the business
are Run on Regular Expresa
Council of Roval and Select Master Ma­
GIVE ME A CALL.
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vertising matter concerning their busi­
college.
sons for the State of Oregon assembled
Trains Full Length of the
Good
Results
in
Every
Case.
ness inserted among the items in these
The admission to the entertainment
Line. Berths Free.
at Masonic hall, Fast Portland, at 10:30
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
this evening, is only 15 and 25 cents columns from their respective places at a. m. Wednesday, and elected and in­
of
Chattanoga,
Tenn.,
writes
that
he
was
our
usual
advertising
rates
—
5
cents
per
It is placed so very low that everpbody
LOW RATES!
QUICK TIME I
stalled the following grand officers for seriously afflicted with a severe cold that
should go.
line each insertion. This is a good wav
the
current
year:
Christopher
Taylor,
settled
on
his
lungs:
had
tried
many
reme
­
If yon want to purchase a good second­ to advertise and some of our wide-awake G. M.; Samuel Bullock, D. G. M.; Her­ dies without benefit. Being induced to try
General Office of the Company,
hand piano, comparatively now, nt a merchants are finding it out to be. Or- man E. Harris, G. Ill. M.; Geo. McD. Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption
very reasonable price, call at this office derssent bv mail will be promptly atten­ Stround, G. I’. C. of W,; F. J. Babcock, did so and was entirely cured by use of a
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, 0rK
ded to. We have no favorites—all are
bottles. Since which time he has used
for particulars.
recorder; J. F. Wisecarver, treas.; W. few
it in his family for all coughs and colds
treated alike at the same price.
<’. Crawford, C. of G.; Henry L. Farns­ with best results. This is the experience of
G. II. Higgins lias moved his business
A. D. CHARLTON,
college from the rooms over Bralv’s
C harter R evision .—At a special meet­ worth, chaplain ; Tlios. Olsen, marshal; thousands whose lives have been saved by
General Western Passenger Agent.
bank to rooms in Garrison’s building ing of the council Monday night, the Gustaf Wilson, steward; M. Stoker, this wonderful diseoverv.
Trial bottles free at Rogers Todd’s drug
sentinel.
This Space is For
next to this office.
store.
committee to suggest amendments to tl e
Mrs.Geo. W. Snvder accompanied bi­ city charter repoited. The suggested
A ttempted R obbery .—The Salem
ller mother, Mrs Dr. .Tolibson, loft for
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
Statesman says: When the sergeant-at­
Portland yesterday. Mrs. Snyder will amendments aretoo long for publication.
oms
of
the
senate
attempted
to
unlock
The best salve in the world for cuts, ,
Somes! ght changes were deemed neces­
return to her home in Astoria.
John J. Sax wants it known that bo is sary in th« boundaries, and a committee the mail box in the senate chamber, bruises, «ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever;
ready to chop at the mill for $2 nor ton, consisting of l oncilmen Campbell, Jones Wednesday morning, for the purpose of sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, 1
or will take
toll. Corn meal also ind Narver were appointed to oveisee the taking therefrom the letters to be post­ corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi-
ground. Satisfaction guaranteed.
* work of surveying. A committee w ill he ed, he found that Borne one had lieen tively cures piles, or no pay required.
sent to Salem with the amended cbarte
Mrs. John E. Holman left this mo-n- to secure its passage by the legisature. tampering with the lock, and in an at­ It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac­
Price 25
tempt to open the box, had broken off tion, or money refunded
jon for the bedside of her father, who
cents per box.
For sale by Rogers A
is lying very sick at bis homo in Comp­
No S iox . il S tation H ere .—Some ind left the point of a knife blade in Hie Todd.
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loik. The box often contains valuable,
ton, Loa Angelos county California.
—WHO SF.I.I.
time ago Prof. W. J. Crawford, of this ind the would-be thief evidently knew
A
Bargain
II. F. Bedwell, Ci. \V. Sappington. J. city, wrote to Washington to see wheth­ tliia. The lock has been repaired and
L Castle and others, of North Yamhill, er airang«ments could not be made to hereafter no one but the sergeant-at-
lit
In the City
were in the citv last evening, in attend­ establish a volunteer signal station nt arms will be able to get into the box.
We offer for sale 320 acres of land,
ance at the Odd Fellows’ installation.
college. Yesterday’s dispatches state
—Having Bought the—
F or S ale C heap .—Forty acres oi situated 4'2 miles west of McMinnville;
On account of the entertainment to be that a letter wa« mailed to Prof. Craw- land, situated five and one-lialf miles 4') acres farming land, the balance good
givsn by Miss Rosa Stannus this evening fird stating that under the existmg law
pasture land; well watered 3 living
the young people's dance will be post­ it was im| ossible to comply with his re­ northwest of McMinnville, adjoining the
poned until to-morrow, (Saturday) quest for the e-taldisl nii’iit of a volun­ Dave McCall place on the left. This springs; all under good new fence;
new barn, and good house. This is the
night.
teer signal service station at McMinn­ piece of land is offered for sale cheap on best stock ranch in Yamhill county, and
Business of Logan Bros». <1 Hender­
easy terms. It is well fenced, contains ¡B offered for sale at a bargain. For fur­
At a meeting of the fire department ville college.
son. I am ready to do all kinds of
a living spring of water, ten acres of it ther particulars enquire at this office.
Tuesday night it was decided to give a
B ars B urned .—A barn Ixdonging to has been under cultivation, and eight
«upper in the opera house Tuesday
Trucking and Delivering
night February 1st. Admission will be Wilson Carl, seven miles northwest of acres lias been slashed. Price $10 per
For Sale,
—At Any Time.—
cents.
this city
was
totally
destroyed acre. For lorther particulars call at the
T elephone office.
Two acres of land just across the creek
In to-dnv’s issue appears the ad. by fire Wednesday night. The barn
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
«f Otho Williams. successor to A. M. contained a large quantity of hay and
Will lie
F ob S ale .—A piece of valuable pro­ from town, near the college.
Give Me a Trial.
’Taggart in the tailoring bnsiress. Mr. o-ats, Ix si le all Mr. Carl’s fa ming ma­
sold cheap on account of the owner leav­
perty
situated
just
outside
the
city
lim
Williams is a young man full of energy,
ing.
Inquire
of
J.
Todd,
McMinnville,
and a good workman. Give him a call. chinery. The lo-s is »imposed to l>e its. for sale at a bargain. Large house, Oregon.
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about $1.210, and insured in the Ph<c- well built;_ several acres of ground for
Messrs. A. J. Apporson. Wm. Gal­ nix and. Horn“ insurance company fo- gardening, and fruits of various kinds
Notice.
loway and J. A. C. Freund, nr- in Sa­ $861. The fire i* supposed to be the nicelv started, numeioua outhouses,
OPPOSITION
lem, working in the interest of the bill work of incendiaries.
h Ir.irn, etc. Everything in good ord, r.
for the relocation of the county seit.
Owing to the change in our business
I Pro|>erty is situated on Collegeside.
The Leader in Millinery.
N otice .—H iving disposed of my bus - - itisfactorv reasons for wanting to sell. we need all the money «Ine us. Ko all
They took with them a petition with
1,291 signatures.
n«-ss in this city to Mr. A. J. Smith, of i- For further particulars enquire at this who owe us please call and «etile at HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING.
Next to Yamhill County Bank.
once.
Kick like a bay steer if yon don't read Wheatland. I take Hus means of thank­ dfice.
Opposite
Grange
Store,
McMinnville.
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M
instill
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O rroow .
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R
ooeks
A
T
odd
.
this advertisement and know that on ing the poblic for the!.- generous patron
V ery III.—Rev. J. C. Van Patton, of
and after the new year mv billiard tables ■ige in th*’ pact. and would ask that tliev
N ot M i ch S ccces .—A man lias been
The l.argest and Finest Stock ever brought
will be rented onlv by the hour or frac­ extend to Mr. Sorth a share of their pa- I Uy ton, W. T., who lias been assisting
to Yamhill County.
tion thereof, at the rate of 40 «•«•nt« per tionage in the future.
Rev. T. H Henderson in a series of^pro- canvassing McMinnville for a day or two
L ek \\ right .
hour.
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II. II. Wricll.
t’•acted meetings, at this place, was to secure advertisers for hotel registers.
I would most respectfully announce that
M c M innville ’ s I’.oi noari s—Tlie en­ taken ............
He did not meet witli much succeae. I have leased the Chris Newby Flouring Boots and fiboes made tn order and neatly
seriously
ill Tuesday
..
...
______ , evening.
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J. E. Magers return,' 1 from Salem
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repaired.
Mill in Happy Valley, have thoroughly
tire
area
ot
McMinnville
under
the
pro
­
Since that time lie II»« been contined to That’s right. In a town where there overhauled
Wednesday evening. He reports
i., that
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and repaired it, and am now
liin
room
at
Rev.
Henderson's
house.
are local papers puplished it pays better reach to <lo grinding for toll orcash.
the hill for the relocation of tlie co-intv posed new boundaries will be about >10
Prices to the Bedrock.
(‘nine and see me.
«eat was introduced by Hon. R. R acres, It i« something over three miles He is improving, however, under care­ to advertise St home, and our bnsiness
lMn»3
J. A. VF.nSTKF.«.
ful
treatment.
men know this, and do not take much
Ktf
F. D1EL8CXNEIDF.R.
Laughlin on Tuesday, and that it will around ac-orrii
to the sii'Vev. That
stock in mndi other schemes.
Undoubtedly pass the house without any isn't mti«li wh«n yon come to think
r young friend Addi*
trouble.
about it. Make it i - *« ,-e mile in are.«.
H ere ’ s A (iiAXCK.-We have for sale a
Of ‘I**
thlare ef thia
xx-r, the Children. They are es-
painful accident laM
life are sorrowfelly jet,
IJVVVV pecial ly liable to sudden
Jas. McPhilli p« ¡ bmv « I i <* fppN lik* a
A. P.
i lit th
tr. He was MplittinM small place adjoining town contains
Pi
Cold«, Cough«, Croup, Whooping Cough, alone on amount of I>y»pep»ia. Acker'«
man since D**. Tavk»r
I»i '
d-d
midp a mi-li<k and little more thin an acre of ground; a etc.
We guarantee Acker« English Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia.
N
Hn<i that a person i* v? v fnnli«h ’<» v”’- lohn a,
g<s>d
two
story
trouve
ami
barn
;
well
set
Indigestion and Conetlpatlm; sold on ,
We
h»R
instep
rutting
a
Remedy a posit! v« cure.
It «avesl___
V.
fer with piles when so fair an offer i* Welne-dty i
Sold by positive guarantee at 2o «nd tp cents,
indie* lon¡t to the with small fruit tree» ; good well, etc. Loan ot anxious watching.
to the
Jnade to them by Dr. Tay’.or at the “ c mid lea: n no
We will sell tiiis place a'. « boraan.
ng a painful wound.
five of Dr. Johnson.
61 ti ciuse.
I
F. E. RUS
The Milliner,
i
McMinnville, Oregond
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10 CENT COUNTER 10*
Lafayette Harness shop,,
Portland Prices.
The Great Transcontinental Route.
New Blacksmith Shop!
N
P
R
G. E. DETMERING.
The Leading
Dry (Ms House
in the World
Truck and Express
M. S. GOFF. >.
Mrs. II. P. STUART,
Milliner Done!
Boot tind Shoe Store !
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