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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1887)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
D kclabed I nsane .—From the Silent
Statesman of Saturday last we take the
following: -Early yesterday mo ning
Policemen Lowe and Bern.l: ick found u
mail wandering aimlessly around the
streets, who gave his name as J. J.
> annatta. ihe officers soon discovered
that the man was out of his mind, ami
they took him and placed bun in the
county jail. Yesterday afternoon be
was examined by D.s. McAfee and
Smith and pronounced by them to be
insane. He was accordingly committed
to the asylum. Vannatta arrived in
this city Thursday night from Portland,
where he said be had been working a-
engineer of a donkev engine on the -Mot
Ison street bridge, He whs impressed
with the idea that some body waived to
kill him and he was trying to avoid liis
ancied pursuit. He thought however,
no was still in Portland. Vannatta is
ilropt 37 years old and a carpenter ami
-ngineer hv occupation. He lived for s
lumber of years in Yamhill county, an«
•' as at one time city ma slial of McMinn
ville. He submitted quietly to the treat
nent of the officers and answered al
piestions readily.” Mr. Vannatta i
well known to nearly every resident o
his city and his sad misfortune w ill b,
egretted by all. Ho has a wife living
in this city.
John G. Baker Bead.
: Mrs. IL F. STLIPdV
Died, at his residence in this city,
It is related of Joseph Warren that, Mar.-h 4, 1887, John G. Biker, aged 68.
The annual school meeting for district
at the battle of Bunker Hill, became as . years, 4 months and i-5 days.
. No. 40 was held yesterd.iy nt the public
Tho Lcade»’ in Millinery.
a volunteer, inquiring where his musket i It is with feeling of the deepest regret j school house. A large linmlrer were '
B. T. Bobe
. Geo. W. Belt
woul I do the must service. “Go to the that we are called upon to cli ornele the ; present, and considerable interest was HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING/
redoubt, you will there be covered” said l death ot one of our oldest and best and I manifested in the meeting.
Opposite Grange Store, McMinnville. 42tf
R. P. Bini
General l’lescott. "I came not to be ' most influential c t:zens, John G. Baker,
The meeting was o|nuied by Director,
J. \V. Watts
covered,” said Warren, “tell me wheie Ifatnilliaily known as “Uncle John.” Braly who stated the object of the meet.,
R. It. L.-ltlL'Illin
F. N. I.irtl,.
the fight will be the hottest.”
You Saturday he was with us, seemingly as . ing wan to elect a director for a term ol
are ready to say that Warren exhibited ' well and strong as ever, but death, with three years, and aeleik for a term of
the true heroic spirit. It is too tame to ' his glittering sickle was hovering near one year.
J. 8. Hiblw
-ay he Was patriotic. He deserves to be ready to strike the blow that was to re
The minutes of the last meeting were
J. II. HENDERSON
called a hero. We delight to recall the move from our midst a loving father read and approved, and the financial
T. .1. Harris
(Successor to L. Root)}
Treasurer ...................... . Y . W. Nelsoll
□rave spirits, who stood in the morning and friend to all wl.o know him. He 1 .statement of the di-trict was read and
rf our history and fought for freedom leaves a wife and four children, three accepted. The clerk’s financial state
Curries a full and complete stock of
tiehiol 8upt........................ J. A. C. Freund
J. D. Fenton.
and independence. But Have we forgot sons and one daughter, besides numer ment is as follows:
t'oruner............................ .1). C. Narver
ten that every age demands heroic ac ous other relatives to mourn liis demise. ; Moneys
source» during the year.......... (2863 26
tion? Is there not something that you The funeral took place from the family
V/ocden and Willowwaro,
can do to merit the approval of posteri residence on Sunday at one o’clock. | Expenses................... ’.................... 1723 07
ty? It seems that history records only His remains were interred in the Ma
Balance on hand...................... (1140 19
sonic cemetery und were followed to the
Then came the election of director.
Bead G- W. Burt’s new ad.
Goods delivered promptly to any part
uinctive de.-ire for something grand, gravo by a procession of sorrowing rela It was moved that an informal ballot he
of the city.
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. II.
God like. The school boys on Boston tives and friends. The pail bearers j east, in which Hon. Wtn. Galloway re
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35tf
common were the first to begin the rev were J. W. Garrison, N. K. Litton, D. 8. ceived a majority. A motion was then
M. U. Gortner went to Portland
olution by casting snow balls at a Brit- Holman, A. J. Baker, W. C. Hembree made to susp-nd th r rules and declare
HERE WE ARE AT LAST 1
sh sentinel. There is no reason for and Samuel Cozine, all pioneers, who Mr. Galloway director. Carried.
For posts and boa.do go to R. B.
myorie to fold Iris aims and sign for came to Oiegon the same year as de
—Hu mess'at the-*
Ballot was then taken on clerk in
Stowe’s lumber yard.
some great event to take place, in order ceased—1843. The services were con which John Wortman was re-elected.
Get some horehound candy, best thing
The following resolutions were then
T he E mma H eath C ompany .—Thi o allow him a chance of becoming iieio- ducted by Rev. T. H. Henderson. By
for your cold, at C. Grissen’s.
e. Young man, that time is now. The
remaiks read and adopted:
Masks for the ball to-morrow night Heath Dramatic company which appeal world needs heroic leaders to-day. Men request we publish the
made on the occasion. No more befit
W herlas , The Almighty in His wis
ed here Friday and Saturday nights,
tail be had at Chas. Grissen’s.
who have intense souls for the right,
A prise will be given the best lady were first class in every particular. Ow den who would rather have the right ting tribute could be paid to John G. dom lias seen fit to consign Hon . John G.
Baker than is contained in the following Baker, director in this district, to that
ing to stormy weather and other obsta-
masker at the ball to-morrow night.
irm severed from the body, than yield words:
-leep that knows no waking, thereby re I'nggv Harness from $12.00 and up^'nrd*.
Mr. I. C. Robison, of Amity was in'
The purpose for which we are together minding us once more o| the uncertain Team Harness from $25.00 and upward.
either night, but those who were p esent me iota to the seductive influences oi
the city Saturday, and called on us.
vice. Thomas Carlyle once wrote a is understood by all present. One of oui ty of life; therefore be it
I h i ve also something entirely new id the
Our thanks aro due to Mr. and Mis.
line of s.vcat pads.
oook in which he says, “All things that old and well respected citizens has jusl
Wm. Roof, for a bountiful supply of
My terms are CA.S1I, or notes that caA
tress of more than ordinary ability; he we see standing accomplished in the passed away, and we now come to lay upon the minutes of the meeting on be turned into cash.
his bodv to rest and pay the tribute oi heartfelt sorrow for the loss of our fel
Those desiring masks for the ball rendition of Kathleen Mavoureen, and
Wednesday night next can be accommo losephine, the child of the regiment, tion and embodiment, of thoughts that respect due to him as an old and honor low citizen, who was always m.inii
and con terms a nil we take this means
dated by calling on Chas. Grissen.
were simply splendid. J. R. Morrison dwelt in the great man sent into the ed citizen of the community.
John G. Baker—we all knew him as of commemo ati ig his mem ry.
as Terrence O’More and Guillott ren- world.” This may seem like a severe
A. J. Biker lost another valuable lered those parts exceedingly well. Fid
That in the death of John G. Bake:
Uncle John—was born in Madison conn
horse last Saturday. This makes the 4. Page is a first class comedian and criticism upon men in general, but there ty, Kentucky, October 7, 1818, and died tho bereaved family have lost a kind
fouith one within the month passed.
in McMinnville, Oregon, March 4, 1887. husband and father, and tho communi
continually brought down the house
low while, a few are leaders. Most men aged 68 years, 4 monlhs and 25 days. ty one of its most valued and esteemed
J. E. Hembree, of Lafayette, and while Rush Bronson is the limbeies
Early in life Father Baker moved from eit zens.
Miss Anna Townsend, of Lakeview, ■nan we know. In fact the w hole com- are simply hammering away on some Kentucky to Missourt, where he married
That we present our condolements to
The Direct Route! No Delays!
idea,which emanated fiom a man whom the faithful wile who survives him. In the bereaved family and friends, and
were married at West Chehalem, last
¡hey regard as great. Thus it happens 1843 became with his family from Mis assure them that if their grief co >ld I e
McMinnville we are sure they will b
Seryices will be held at the Christian greeted w ith theciowded house they de hat great falsehoods, as well as great souri to this country, crossing the plains lessened by being shared by others we
church to-morrow (Wednesday) evening serve.
truths, have found their way into the with ox teams. In 1844 he settled on a should most assuiedly be foremost to TmE LOWEST TiJkTITSf
at 7:30, by J. W. F. Smith, late of
practical affairs of men. Oil the other donation claim just north of this town,
That a copv of these resolutions be
N inetieth B ihthday .—At the resi hand, Who is ready to imitate the noble which ho owned at the time of his
TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS
death. It is said lie was the first white furnished to the widow of our deceased
A couple of our young men scuffled in
action of Joseph Warren and take his man who settled between the North and fellow citizen, and also to the city pape. s East
Ti'-kct’ so’il to nil prominent points
the post office yesterday, breaking out McMinnville, liis relations were assem place in the “hottest” of the fight? South Yamhill rivers. He was sheriff for publication.
throughout the East anil 8outheust.
one of the large windows tn the front of bled March 3, 1887 to partake of a din
D, C. I reland .
of this county under both the provision
Such are worthy to be inscribed in the al and stat« government, which shows
Another resolution was then read ami
ner given in honor of his uncle Samuel
something of the esU'em in which he adopted :
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGERS i
The open temperance society met at Roof, who was one of the founders of ¡¡st of the world’s heroes.
W hereas , The present school build
Willie Gwinn has secured a certificate was held by the people who lived here
the Grange hall hist evening. These
De careful nml rlo not make a mistake.
to teach school and is longing to wield! in that early daV. From these state
meetings are always interesting and are
But be sure to take the
ments it will be seen that he was one of of the district, tliereioie lie it
century ago, where he has resided ever the bircli.
Resolved, That Hie directors are here
Miss Maggie Wiley was missing from the very early settlers in this section ol
since; being a minister of the gospel
Don’t fail to attend the masqe ball to md leader of the Christian church at school lust week.
It is rumored that country. We are not yet fully prepared by authorized to provide additional room
orthern acific ailroad
morrow night at the opera house. Yon 'hat place until a few years past. He “he is teaching.
to correctly estimate the value of the as their judgment may require.
will be sure to have a good time and an has been writing letters to his relatives
8. A. Young.
Hon. J. E. Magers and his father from | services that tie and others who came
And see that your ticket reads via
There being no further business the
here until one year ago when he gave Polk comity, were on Collogeside last here in an early day rendered to our
Mr. Ralston, of Willamina, drove a
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS,
tory, which was then inhabited almost
hand of line cattle through this city, last is grandfather of Mis. F. Wolfe, of Me ing for a location near our quiet town.
avoid chanTPs and serious delays occa-*
week, en route to Portland. They were
meeting on Friday evening. The an citizens of the states of our American 1
biolied by other routes.
many more of his birthdays. C. S. R.
for O’Shea Bros., of that city.
nual election of officers took place. Mrs. republic. What they did in that early I
A n A greeable S urprise .—During the E. V. lluegg was elected president, day, under the greatest disadvantages, i
Miss Anna Conlee, of West Cbeha-
leni, who has been visiting her cousin absence of the Rev. Mr. Fair and his Mrs. W. J. Crawlord, vice president; went far to give this vast northwestern situated 4G miles west of McMinnville; Through Emigrant Sleeping Car»?
in this city, Mrs. C. A. Wallace, for sev wife from their home on Saturday, a Miss Birdie Maddock, recording secre territory to our nation. Their coming 40 acres farming land, the balance good
are Run on Regular Express
tary; Miss Lora Hunsaker, treasurer, here was an event ot inter-national im-;
eral days, returned home Sunday.
Trains Full LeDgth of the
■ ommittee from the guild of St. James .'dis. Nellie Wassen gave an interesting portanee. It touched the relations be-j pasture land; well Watered 3 living
Line. Berths Free.
John J. Sax wants it known that he is church, took posession of the rector’s addresson the custom of foot-binding as i tween this country and England, and | springs; all under good new fence;
ready to chop at the mill for $2 per ton, house. Before the Rev. Mr. Fair return practiced in China.
affected, to some extent, the subsequent i new barn, and good house. This is the
QUICK TIME t
or will take 't, toll. Corn meal also ed, they bad accomplished a very pleas
The literary society was not attended : career and destiny of both. In opening best stock ranch in Yamhill county, ami
ground. Satisfaction guaranteed.
* ant ami useful surprise, by placing a .is well as usual, but the county seat j this country .'settlement by civilized! is offered for%ale at a bargain. For fur
people, Father Baker and others who
Several horses in the neighborhood carpet on their I e l-room, thus giving a question was debated to the edification came here in a very early day were
General Office of the Company,
have died lately from blind staggers. more cheerful and comfortable appear of those who were present.
Ko. 2 Washington St., Portland, Ön
S. A. Manning lost two valuable horses ance to the apartment.
works which have followed, and giving
last week from the effects of the dis u-ct r’s advent, the guild has presented visit for a few days.
two comforters and a very handsome
glittering ami enduring triumphsit bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhettm, fever
A. D. CHARLTON,
easy chair. These together with the to stay out of school lor several days on the
has gained and is gaining among us and
The Heath dramatic company will ap a"ove are very encouraging to the rectoi account of his eyes.
Western Passenger Agent.
pear in Lafrvette, on Friday and Satur as tokens of appreciation.
We heard some talk about having a will gain among those who shall follow corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
day March 11 and 12. They are a good
public meeting lor the benefit of the so us forever. They were, ptepa ing the tively cures piles, or no pay required. I
troupe and are des-rving of a good rous
F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro ciety. It seems too bad that students be j way for, and making possible, the
schools of every grade that now so It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
perty situated just outside the city lim ome too busy with their -Andies to take thickly dot the whole north Pacific-coast, tion, or money refunded
Brice 25 thousands suffering from Aatlima, Con-
Mrs. Herron, wife of The- dore Her its, for sale at a bargain. Large bouse,
For sale by Rogers & sumption, Coughs, etc. Did you ever tr/
and the educational work that lias been cents per box.
ron, of Hopewell, on the Salem road well built; several acres of ground for
done, is now being done and will forever Todd.
Acker’s English Remedy? It 13 tho best1
died yesterday. She will be buried at gardening, and fruits of various kinds in visiting who hac recently come from be done. We some times grow impa
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,-
J ackson ,
Salem. Mr. Fellows, of this city, fui- nicely started, numerous outhouses, f’ennesee.
tient with our old men because they are
Jas. Mcl’hillips says ho feels like a fold on a positive guarantuo at 10c., DOtv
nished the casket.
not more progressive. But let e.s not new man since Dr. Taylor treated him Geo. W. Burt Druggist.
ham, etc. Everything in good ord, r.
forgd that through st U'gles and self and that a person is very foolish to suf
Louie Rogers’ nose leans off toward Property is situated on Collegeside.
denial that we are probably incapable fer with piles when so fair an offer is
Briney’s since Friday. Caused by too Satisfactory reasons for wanting to sell
March 7, 1887.
of, they made the progress we e 'joy, made to them by Dr. Taylor at the of
much foolishness. Young men cannot For further particulars enquire at this
and that lor which we clamor, possible. fice of Dr. Johnson.
be too careful in regard to scuffling. The office.
But let us not expect of them when they
safest way is not to scuffle at all.
have grown old the views, purposes und
F or S ale C heap .—Forty acres ol
F. Multner of the Central hotel lias land, situated five and one-half mile-
woik that were intended for younger and
better eqiiippeu minds and hands.
for sale a large lot of bedding, spring
You cannot afford to waste time in expe
mattresses, etc., etc. Parties desiring nortbwest of McMinnville, adjoining tin
Father Baker and others who braved
This place is quiet on the county seat tire difficulties and dangers that must be rimenting when your lungs are in danger.
anything of this kind can secure ba- Dave McCall place on the left. Tliir
endured and overcome to plant our Consumption always seems at first, only a
gains by calling at the Central at once piece of land is offered for sale cheap oi luestion.
civilizations and institutions here were cold. Do not permit any dealer to impose
easy terms. It is well fenced, contain
Our old time friend Dr. W. E. II. a living spring of water, ten acres of i'
rirening the wav for all tho Christian upon von with some cheap imitation ol Dr.
Boyd, of Goldendale, W. T., if in the has been under cultivation, and eigln ast Saturday.
Work tlrat has since been done and is King's New Discovery for Consumption,
and Colds, but he sure you g< I thv
city, and paid us a pleasant can yester acres has been slashed. Price $10 pe
The ring of Mr. Collins’ anvil is heard ■mw being done among ns. The churches Coughs
genuine. Because he can make more protii
day morning. The Dr. was here in at acre. For further particulars call at the ■arly and late.
that have been built, the spiritual tri he may lell you he has something just as
tendance at the funeral of his father in T elephone office.
umphs that have been gained, the sweet good, or just the same. Don't i»v deceived,
I» the City.
Robert and Miss Georgia Hanna spent experiences that h ive been enjoyed, that but insist upon getting Dr. Kings New Dis
law, John G. Baker.
we have to-day enjoved. in this beauti- covery. which •- KUarranteed to give relief
H ere ’ s A CitASCE.-VVe have for sale n
Voting men who wish to keep on the
in all Throat. Lung ami Chest affections
—Having Bought the—
good side of their sweethearts, should small place adjoining town contains a
Uncle Pete Tbomasen broke a very lnl valley and far beyond it, were made I rial bottles free at Koger A: Todd’s Drug
possible by what they did and en
not ask them to go to some society en little more than an acre of ground ; n line young horse last Saturday.
dured in the days of pioneer struggles >tore.
tertainment when there is a more pop good two-story house and barn ; well sei
Wheat is looking well; farmers and ami Bufferings. In opening the wav for
ular place of amusement, open. Always with small fruit trees; good well, etc.
Saved liis Life.
stockmen have discarded the "blues.” the planting and development of nil our
•sk her to accompany you to the thea We will sell this place at a hargan.
wonderful institutions here, they were
tre, young man.
I). I. Wilcoxon, wf Horse Cave. Ky.. say-
Business of Logan Bros. A Hemler-
Of our people who have been to Port also opening the wav for ttie transfer ol
L ecture .—The Rev. JohnC. Fair will land in the last week, are Mr. Kloster- some ot these institutions—burdened he was. for many rears, badly afflicted with
sun. I am ready to do all kinds of
Overheard at the Heath company en
with blessings of this generation and Phthisic, also Diabete«: the pains were al
tertainment Saturday night: fust young lecture at St. James church Wednesday in in and J. Steward.
other generations of men yet to live—to most unendurable and would sometimes al Trucking
ladv—“I would rather sit in the gallery at 7:30 p. m. Subject: "What is the
Carl on will celebrate the coming |
throw him intoconvulsioiis. Iletii. !
than down here; lean see so much bet relation between the Universal and the 4th ol July in grand style. I-et us have the i lands of the Pacific so that those most
—At Any Timo.—
ter.” Second young lady—“I would •Supreme Intelligence? AU are invited a rousing time, one similar to that held who people those distant islands may i»ottle and after taking six hotties, was en
share our blessings and joys forever. tirely cured, ami had gained in flesh eigh
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
rather sit down here; I can see so much to attend.
here in 1876.
\nd beyond these, China and Japan teen pounds. Says he positively believes
Give Mr a Trial.
At the regular meeting of St. James
Mr. Wm. Loyd and family will leave have felt, still feel and will feel to the he would have died, had it not Been for th<
The family of Mr. M. U. Gortner were vestry last night G. E. Detmering re for Butler creek in the near future. We latest generation the influences set in i relief afforded bv Electric Bitters. Sold al
motion and the blessings sent abroad by | fifty cents a bottle by Rogers S l Todd.
made glad by the arrival Saturday night signed his position as secretary and I)-.
of an old friend from Marysville, Iowa— Johnson was appointed to fill the vacan aie.sorry to lose so good a family from the efforts ol our pioneers. These men I
—many of whom are already dead, and (
Mr. D. C. Elv, at one time a partner in cy until the next election.
REV. DR. FREELAND, of Fowlerville.
business with Mr. Gortner. Mr. Ely
We hear it said that St. Joe is soon to others in ripe old age are waiting to be N. Y.,writes us that two bottles of (iiimore’s
left Iowa last fall and with his family
he discontinued as a station ami all
Aromatic wine cured Ids wife of nervons-
settled in eastern Oregon. He says he
transfers for Lafayette, etc. will be onlv done mm h to influence the people , ness ami slccplessneds. Hold by Rogers A
verv much prefers the climate of east
made here. Hurrah for Carlton.
We e are
done something to determine the career
ern Oregon to that of the Willamette
- .. ..
Uncle Sam will have a faithful servant and work of civilization Upon earth, i GILMORE’S AROMATIC WINED n pos
leas. 1 ’ _ .
valley. He returned home yesterday.
_ A Swanson, which
itivecure for all those painful complaints
hl this Week
issue These in our new postmaster. He will not i Gathered nronnrl the cold and silent 'o common to all our la-st female ¡»opula-
week ’ s issne_
You can see the point if you stop to will appear in
lion. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
..Wil have established at McMinn-
think. Reasons why we can and will gentlemen
ing to start in with the new quarter.! ributed Ins share to these grand results’!
'"lie ’ commodious
sell you hardware, stoves and tinware t<m'.
eompleO However he can be seen in some isolated let ns reverently lift our hats and stand i WANTED. A cflMp of female weakness,
general debility or nervous exhauMon that Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, Etc., Etc.-
cheaper than our competitors. First, with latest improved machinery Io- spot or building going through the tno- ' uncovered in this presence.
We have double the amount of stock the proper handling of g-am. and tions of distributing the mail as though ' When I was invited and had consent- ! Gilmore’s Aromatic WJne wile not cure.
Al! kiml’ of
• n our line than any other house on the offer the farmer, of Yamhill county th. he had full charge of the mail bag.
ed to conduct this service J felt I Soil by Rogers Todd.
-r-'- a nd clean ng
west side, from Portland to Corvallis. very best facilities
REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson. N.
,'iecond, we buy our goods in the east >n of their grain Year, of experience and a
adequate tribute to the dear old pioneers V . says: Gilmore’s \\ inc for ft-nudr weak
Work dime with
l^rge quantities, strictly for spot cash them to guarantee satisfaction Theyalso
who will soon all he gone from us to the ness stands without a rival. Sold by Rogers
Neatness and Dispatch.
Home Produce Market.
Third, we do a very limited credit busi nav the highest cash price for gram of all
reward* of eternity.
Father Baker, | t Todd.
ness and only with those that we can kinds, and carry in stock a full bne of the
around whose form we now stand, was a ; GILMORE’S tROMATH WIVE is
Choke-boring a Specialty, and Sat:»-/
have our money from when we say to verv best farm machinery, wagon’. Ac It Corrected for the T klfphoxe by Baxter A quiet and orderly citizen, respected, so ■ great remedy for women and children, 128
them that w« are in need of it. And will be to the advantage of ail farmer» to
tar a< I know, by nil who knew trim, .loses for fl.’ bold by Roger« A Todd.
'inr floor « r*.t <»f Kuxtsr
72r ami he was known and well known to I
fight here we will sav we can eave yon
Wheat, per bu
money, because we don’t have to ask imving th.ir machinery or wagons IG Oats, per bu .................
all the old citizens arid to many of the
xv \ n VC AX
»4.2oen<>. younger jreople and later comers in the a ladv bcriutifiil.
it gives her good, T\
Flour, per bar.
you to help pay some other man’s bad ohrt.i.U’nnd honorable dealing and strn
-V jx XX j Vv.l crmH, or tmubli-J wii*
debt by adding an extra profit, for in ittcrnion to the .rest interests of their pat-
community. And now as we bid him
Windy Colle, Ttetbiuff l’nin». or"
Butter, per lb
eleven years that we have been in busi ron. Me-r- Barckoff. Thonqraon A Swan- Clree^e,
IMPOTENCY IN MAN OR W<»M\N Stomach J)i»onlera, can !>« r. lier-rt
3s- grsai bye, I do not believe there is a sin
oe«t, per lb....
ness in McMinnville we have not lost
gle soul in the community or within the
nt onco by using Acker’s Baby 8'»>iber.
Apple*. ; er 1 m » x ....
two hundred dollars in bad accounts iniong the business firms of i a uhiil' "iin Bacon, wdes
entire rang* of his acqnaintancer lh.it Sold by Ko/rr> AT<a! I.
It contain! no Opium or l!<»n»Mae>
These and many other reasons is whv tv and we bespeak for them lar the sm-
does not wi“b lum a sweet wu 1 blessful
LA Dll’ *, »wt Gilmore’« /.romatle wine, it benco lx sain. Pr'-o '.5 cei.lt. bk.14- by
Kr'-iV-Hc rest f>Mrver.
ham, •ugar cured
Manning & Co. are selling goods at such Sw which must attend their effort, tad
will cure you. r<d<i Lv Rogers A T< m IU.
<1 W Bu t b-t'i
and see them
Lafayette Harness shop,
The Great Transcontinental Route.
G. E. DETMERING,
Al. S. GOI
W. F. COLLARIL