The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, June 17, 1887, Image 3

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    WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.! iiiglq4Wl,e'ry a,ld
OFFICIAL
tritt ECTO It Y.
Js..
•‘-««ream festival to-
vi»Vlinga1lTh11>10r,'y’ who has
to day"
f
** expected home
Pioneers" Reunion
,.W
Religions Services-Sunday Next. NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS!
The annual reunion of Oregon pio­
II. II. Welch having moved ir.to
M. E church—services will be held
neers was held in Portland June 15, 1887
third district .
I Fraud Collard’s former quarters on
at
II
a.
m.
anil
at
7
:00
p.
m.
Jn«1ge
Third street, and having taken
"f U.e'n "J'1?/-“!!'. Wi" b° built in fro"' and w is the largest gathering of the | io-
Allure cordially invited.
Prosecuting Attorney
----- -Agents for the-
neera yet held. The piocession was
R ev . II P. S atchwhll , Pastor.
Austen Dee into partnership; they
CO J XT V.
arge and a stirring and interesting sight,
having
fitted
up
and
renewed
their
St. James’ (Catholic) church. Muss
Senators '
I>or1v'«n|,i'“e P,uniil,ed at the straw- | it was made up of the men who fought at 10:30a m on the second ami fouith
ihe
savages
and
carved
out
homes
in
a
th« mü
fesliVi‘1 to-night ut
FINE TABLES,
Sunuays of each month. Sunday school
int ujkji a house.
Representatives j
new country tor themaelvea. The story at 2:30 p. in. every Sunday.
and
opened
a fine new stock of
J. S. W hite , Rector.
yr. and Mrs. C. A. Wallace attended of their hardships lias been often told
Judge
fresh
duo v'iih‘eiH veU"lon at I’o'tland. and and to the new generation to see the pio- , St. James’ church. Rev. John C.
Commissioners ■
"Í Ínteres?. ' al,cuu'er and other points neers collected together was a scene full Fair, rector. Services 11 a. iii . and NUTS, CANDIES, CIGARS, CIGAR­
Clerk
Sheri ff
of interest and well calculated to stir the 7 p. m.
Keep' nil bund it complete stoch of th,s#
ETTES AND TOBACCO.
I.??"'
Eire department
Treasure- ..........
gcrvlw. Also a large «nd welt as­
best of feelings in lhe breasts of the , Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Assessor.........
Friday evening services at 7:00 p m. respectfully solicit a share of the
axe received an invitation to take part
serirci line of
M hool Supt........
young,
to
stimulate
them
to
like
deeds
it the proce-mou at Portland on the
Seats free. Ail a.e cordially invited to
Surveyor ...........
patronage
of
the
people
of
McMinn
­
1 uuith ui Ju.v.
of daring and enterprise.
attend.
Coroner..............
ville and vacinity not forgetting to
In tlie evening the members of the as­
Everybody go f0 G.irri.son’s opera
C. P. church. Services at the usual kindly thank them for past- favors.
house tin« (1- rt.iay) afternoon and even­ sociation met tn the art gallery of the hours.
Pavillion, and elected tl:e following oili­
ingto the festival. Lots of ice cieain ce
---- Ladies’ and Gents’-----
Sunday school at 9:30 a. in. All art
Search for us between the Banks
rs ;
TELEPHONE WHISPERINGS. and strawberries.
cordially invited to attend these ser­
M. Wilkins, president; re-elected.
vices.
WELCH * I)EE..
A J. Appertain and wife returned
W. S. Lidd, vice-president.
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. H. veilnesday evening from a visit to Port­ Geo. 11. Himes, secretary; re-elected.
Services
et
the
Baptist
church.
—
< 4
land and Oregon Citv. They were in
AVelch’s.
(f
John M. Bacon, treasurer;
Brace I p.
Preaching morning and evening at usu-
AND FISE
iltendance at the Pioneers reunion.
Medoieiu Crawford, W. II. Odell, al hours—11 a in. and 7 p. in.
Seth Moon, of Willamina was in the
You
are
feeling
depressed, your appetite
Joseph
Watt,
directors.
Sunday school at I) :30 a. m.
-citv Tuesday.
The Yamhill county W. C. T. U. will
It was recommended that th»
__ board
____
is poor, yon are bothered with headache,
All are cordially invited to these
It voit want the beat snd cheapest job h dd.a convention in’Dayton, June 22, of directors appoint a corresponding see- vices. Strangeis especially made
von are fidget ty. nervous, and generally
—
>
and
24.
M.
C.
S.
Y
ocno
,
Sec.
w oik, call at this office.
■etarv to reside in Portland, and an as­ come to come and wo.ship w ith us.
out of sorts, and want to brace up Bract
I bene S. C ai . bbkath , Pres.
sistant coriesponding secretary in every
up. but not with stimulants, spring medi­ In nil the latest Styles and Pattern's, whiclif
G. W. Sappington of North Yamhill,
cines, or bitters, which have for their basis
lor lit and quality cannot be beat.
Mrs. ('. w. Talmage, left on Tuesday’s county in the state. The duty of these
dropped in to see us Tuesday morning.
Sing
Brothers
Sing.
otlieerH
is
to
make
brief
sketches
of
all
very cheap bad whisky, and which stimu­
Cull and see our spring
afternoon train for the eastern Oregon
late you for an hour, and then leave you in
goods before pur­
Dr. Johnson is now prepared to at­ •oiintiy. She will spend the summer pioneers in their respective localities,
worse
condihon
than
before.
What
you
chasing else­
tend culls in the country at any hour, ti Hiere in hopes of benefiting her health. m l preserve them for future use.
Now let us to tlm woodland hie, where
want
is
an
alterative
that
will
purify
your
where.
A vote of thanks was tendered to the trees their venlure wrap, for spring n<> blood, start healtliv action of liver and Rid­
The celebrated Golden Clipper grass
officers
of
last
year.
Kev.
J,
C.
I-air
and
wife
are
attending
ers,
restore
your
vitality,
and
gi\e
renew­
scythe, at Manning A Co’«. Onlv 75cts
It was voted that a committee be ap- I longer lingers in ohl bmley winter’s lap. ed health and strength. Such a medicine Corner Third and C Streets^
Hie annual convocation of the Episeonai
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We lead all competitors in low price« elinrcti in Portland. There will he no nointed by the presi lent to inquire into i In picnic garb we’ll amble forth, and sit v< u will find in Electric Bitters, and only
and high quality of goods. Manning A se vices at St. James church bundav 'he feasibility of an excursion to the , beneath lhe trees, and have out 0 cents a bottle at Rogers A Todd’s drug
THE PROVINCIAL PRIZE HORSE.
3
•ext.
eastern states at some time in the tall. hides all chopped and hacked, with t re.
■Co.
This will hi' announced in a short time. 1 stings of bumble bees. We’ll gaily don
Dr«. Gnu filer a id Calbr -atli have
Ice cream and soda water at C. Gris
Most Excellent.
No further business appearing,
'e, the
sen’s parlors buck of'the first nationa ‘oi med a pa* tnergbip, and tne firm name meeting adjourned sine die.
our linen coats, and thin seersuckei
bank.
tf
J
J
Atkins,
chief of police. Knoxville
now reads Gonchei «t Calhreath. Then
pants, and sit beside the gurglingstt earn,
Will stand the ensuing season, commenc­
ilii e is located over the Yamhill couutv
Dayton Notes.
For sale—a good second hand 3t< inch bank.
while o’er us crawl the ants. We’ll Tenn . writes: "My family anti I arc bene­ ing kpril 1st, and ending July 31st. ab
ficiaries of your most excellent medicine, McMinnville, in the old Mill yard, every’
wagon will be s<dd “wav down” fo
swallow picnic lemonade, to moisten Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption :
[DAYTON HERALD]
-cash. Inquire of F. M Rowland.
day,
We have received 'ohtme 1 No. 1, of
down otir gruh, which people make by having
found it to be all that you claim for
TEBM3:
Col. Woodford thetemperance iectmer lie Yaquina Daily Mail, a sprightly lit
The gross receipts of the Vancouver soaking one cheap lemon in a tub. The it, doire to testify to its virtue. My friends
| guileless lemon we shall eat, devour the to whom I have recommended it, praise it
Single service, $10, payable at time of ser--
will deliver a sei les of le. tmes in this ledailv juht rtarted at Newport. It is excursion were (750.
ice; to insure, $1.5. payable when mare is
! clammy pie. and sit on bowls ot custard it every opportunity.’’ Dr. King's New
i welcome addition to our exchang ■
city between the 27 and 33 of June
Hon. N. I,. Butler, of Balin«, will be while a tear hedims our eve. We’ll t*p Discovery for Consumption is guaranteed known to be witn foal or when parted with'
table.
the orator of the day, on the 4tli of July ¡th * mustard in the jam, the pepper in to cure coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma, or removed from the county All care will
A grand ball will be given at Laugh­
Two of oar merchants say they at this place.
and every affection of the throat, In1 taken to prevent accident,, but no re-*
lin's hall, North Yamhill on tlie evening
the tea, and try with all our might to croup,
sponsibility will be assumed
chest ami lungs. *
would
have
cheated
those
fellows
out
ot
■of July 4. A good time is promised.
'
show
that
we
are
filled
with
glee.
Then
Prof. L. II. Bakersold his Rockwood
Will find pedigree on bills posted through1'
Trial bottles free nt Rogers A' Todd’s
hat game of croquet, when at North
i
let
us
to
the
picnic
hie.
our
basket
in
our
out
the county
J. M. IH'I-EIIY,
drug
store.
Dr. Calhreath lias changed his resi­ Jamliill it they had thought the cars mare to Dr. Harrison, of southern Ore­ I hand, and homeward come filled up
Proprietor,.
gon, for $475.00.
dence. He now lives in the Booth house, would have waited for them.
' with woe, and leavesand dust and sand. I i
■on the corner opposite the fire hall. 3w
We are inforr.ied that two exclusions —Heppner Gazette.
Tlie base ball boys of this citv, have will
go from this place on the 4tli of
The Superior cook stove has no equal received a challenge from the Portland July. Destination, Portland.
Notice to Contractors.
•hib
to
play
a
match
game
on
some
in the world «nd the hacks never burn
Mr. V. Scott, who had his leg broken
HENERY DUNZER,.
out. For sale by S. A. Manning A Co. 'iindav. It is likely the hoys will not
iccept, as several of our playersare gone. Inst spring, is now able to he around on
Sealed bids will be received by th?
---- PROPRIETOR of the-----'
Several of eur citizens have been at­
crutches. His aged father is in very undersigned, for building the new C. P
A. J. Nelson and wile left yesterday poor health.
tending the I’ionee-H reunion at Port­
church at McMinnville Oregon. Bids to
land this week. They returned yester­ for Turner, Marion county, to he in at-
M. B. Hendriok of Wheatland, nnd B. be received from this date until June 25,
tendance at the annual campmeeting at
day .
Has on hand
'hat place. They will go by their own Gabriel h ave let the corn r u t for a ware­
One nnd one-half acres of land ad­ conveyance, prepared to stay about ten house to be built on the Willamette river 1887, at 1 o’clock p. m. For plans spec­
300.000 first, class shingles, 10.000 posts,.
50,000 shakes.
joining McMinnville college, fo-sale at days.
near Lambert’s saw mill. It will be ifications and details, call at my store.
The committee reserve the right to
a bargain. Inquire of C. W. Talmage
30x100 feet in size.
reject any and all bids.
Joe Todd, supervisor of the road dis­
A Co.
J J Collard, Agt. McMinnville,
John T. Watson has arrived home
W. F. C ollard .
trict south of this citv, has a large force
O. W Sappington, Agt. North Yamhill.'-
from
Honolulu.
He
devilled
not
to
I
We are doing more and better job of men at work. They have repaired the
By order ot Building Committee.
work at this office than any office in hill approaching Cozine creek bridge, bring Mrs. Mary Hill's remains, as they ! McMinnville, Oregon, Jone 17, 1887.
Headquarters 1.5 miles from McMinnville,,
Yamhill county. Give ns a call and be and will soon have the roads in that rest in one of the most beautiful reme*
near tlie head of Panther Creek
teries on earth. Mr. W. had a pleasant
convinced.
district in good fix.
Bucklen’8 Arnica Salve,
trip and wae glad to get home.
Rev. Lee Fairchild of Lewison. Idaho
The supreme court has affirmed the
Not long since Jonathan Delnp, of
The best salve in the world fot cuts,
Oh, no! Its my Brother Bill in Chicago,
will preach at Garrison’s opera home, decision of the lower court, and Wm.
NOTICE
Sunday morning and evening, at the Highfield of Oregon City w ill be com­ North Yamhill,borrowed some money of bruises, «ores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever wants that.
the first national bank of McMinnville,
I
—
/
First clan« brii-k-
usual hours.
pelled to pay $7,000 for (rifling with the and also of George Van Gorder of that sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
, (J ()
Farmers ami tlieir families will affections of Mis. Kellv, of Portland. place, and left for parts unknown with­ corns, anil all skin eruptions, and posi­
/
brick yard
Will
find Mrs Stuart’s restaurant, opposite Experience comes high, but then men out paving or securing his creditors.
be sold from $4 to $(> per thousand
All
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
And will give in exchange for a limited part ies wishing to buy brick, a ill have to*
the Grange store, jmt the place to take, must have it.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac­
amount
of
the
same
get it through my claim
a meal, when in town.
Price 25
Goon B i miness C hance .—A splendid tion, or money refunded
W. J. Garrison, one of our ohlp.it pio­
JNO J. SAZ
A real iced lemonade prepared before neer« attemled the reunion at Portland opportunity is here offered for engaging cents per box. For sale by Rogers A
YOUR
CHOICE
Todd.
29yl
your eyes5 cents. lie cold soda ninnv \\ ednesdav. He marched in the prp- in the milling business. Nathan Newbv
The Favor of Your Presence is
il Ivors 5 cents. Icecream in season 15 cession with the Indian War Veterans. lias placed in the hands of C. W. Tal­
---- From the largest stock of----
L ife S ize —Pottraits can be taken by
cents at Welch A Dee’s.
Requested At
“Uncle Jep” says this was by far the
mage & Co. for sale, his milling property W. 1*. Johnson the well known photo­
We buv our machine oil hv the car largest and most successful reunion yet at Amity. It consists of a steam giist
grapher of Salem, who intends coining
load, and carry awav our profits in a I held bv the Pioneers.
Ever brought to Yamhill County, and at
vest pocket. The customers get all the ' Five young men from Gopher Valley mill, in good riming order; two run of again to McMinnville on the 14th, ol Bedrock prices If you want
stones
—
one
for
flour
and
one
for
tdiop
—
benefits at Geo. W. Burts.
June anil will stay until the 2(>th. He
we e arrested Wednesday, and taken lo
Whenever yon are in need of rny-
John J. Sax wants it known Hint Ire is Lafayette foi examination on a charge of a good house and barn, and one acre or guarantees satisfaction on all his work.
’liing in lIm Bakery, Grocery and Con­
ready to chop at tlie mill for $2 per ton, disturbing a campmeeting at Balaton. more of ground. The machinery in the Enlarging from ohl photographs or tin­
fectionary Inn*. Reinvrtiher alto tbr.t he*
any kind of Machine Oils, be sure and has the LARGEST stock of
or will take 1-10 toll. Corn meal also Tliqj- were examined before Justice mill is comparatively new. and in first- types. Mr. Johnson has finished several g » Or
to
Headquarters,
which
is
at
Hurley and placed under $100 bonds
ground. Satisfaction gnarnteed.
condition. It is situated in a lively very fine pictures ot residents of this
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE
euh. Their trial will come off on Mon­ class
town with one of the best farming sec­ city. He has had on exhibition a hall
GEO. W. BURT’S.
in town : Will rell you lamp chirnneys,
Dr. H. V. V. Johnson, accompanied day the 27tlfi
tions in Oregon tributary to it. Rail­ dozen life size pictures of the Wortman
50 and 75 cents pei doz; standing lamps,
by Mrs. John Narver, left yesterday for
Joseph McGuire, of the McMinnville road inning through the place. Price family of this city, and to any one who
25 cents; glass sets, 4 pieces, 50 cents;»
Tvgli Valiev. Wasco county. Mrs. Nar­
heavy I g.l. glass jug (15. Other things
ver goes on a visit to her son D. C. Nar­ hotel with his usual < nterprise, has torn $2,500. Terms easy. Address C. W, wishes to see the work, Mrs. Wortman
n pioportion.
ver. The Dr. goes on professional busi­ down the old barn just back of the hotel Talmage & Co. McMinnville, Oregon will gladly show the pictures, if they
will call at her residence.
an I erected in its stead a new and hand- lor further parti<-ulars.
ness.
G«irrison’s Block, - McMinnville, Or.
so ne one, la'ge enough to accommodate
What will Geo. W. Burt be up to teams belonging to patrons of his bouse
T eachers E lected .—At a meeting of Tall Oaks From Little Acorns
li
next remarked a respected citizen tlie if they desire it. The McMinnville hotel the school directors last Monday qlter-
Grow.
other d.-iv. Well sir, the next move will is a good place to put up.
ncon
the
following
teachers
were
elected
be to sell yon all kinds of machine oil
cheaper than you can get it at any other
The filth annual Sunday school con­ for the ensuing year in the public school With bruins nnd skill and patient will.
—Having Bmight the—
vention for Yamhill county was held nt of this city: L. H. Baker principal; Mrs. ' Which shows them great painstakers!
place in Oregon.
Aiii'tv, on June 13 and 14. 1887. A Mathieu grade B; Miss Mary Martin, i t'lie Wagon tImt Ims pleased the world,
Buxine*■< of Ixignn Bros. Ai I!cn<h*r-
This office acknowledges compliments large
I
Was
made
by
STUDEBAKXB8
number of delegates were present grade C; Miss Carrie Mark grade 1».
moii , 1 mu r<*a<ly to do all kinds of
from Rogers A Todd in the shape of a from the
j The Country grew with rapid strides;
various Sunday school of the
box of fine cigars. They have just re­ count
The
directors
have
not
made
any
ar
­
| The West with teeming acres.
v and an interesting «ession is re­
Trucking and Delivering’
ceived a new invoice of several thousand
! Was in n qtiandry «hut to do!
ltf
In
the
City.
all oi the best quality of tobacco, and ported. A good programme had been rangements as vet regarding the increas­ I fill relieved by STrirEHAKEIis.
— At Any Time —
prepared and each part was faithfully ed facilities for room, but the probabili­
from the leading manufacturers
carried out. The reports from the dif­ ties are that a building will he secured— So. with Iron and Wood and labor good,
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
THE 0L0 RELIABLE
; Though they hav-» many Imitators;
Call and see Price's Bromide enlarg- ferent sections show that Sunday school
1 If you want the Wagon that's best on earth f
Olve Me a Trial.
ments retouched with India ink at work in the conntv is growing in strength perhaps the old dry house—and one or .1 u'st buy of S tvdkbakbkh .
Rogers A Todd’s, for $3.33. He al-o and that earnest workers are in tne two more teachers employed, as soon
as the school begins to fill up in the i The moral is plain, which you may know'
has some Water Colors and Oil work. field.
f ill. Another meeting of the directors I And if yon look, you may see also,
He guarantee« to give satisfaction nt a
That th»largest Oaks from Acorns grow;
D eath or M r . II adly .—Further par­ will be held soon to determine on the I The
small profit; he does not want the whole
GALLOWAY & GOUCHER, Props.
same as the S t !' i > ebakeiih .
ticulars in regard to the death of J. J. matter.
world !
I'bis
w.archoiise in being thoroughly reno­
O. C. Hiatt has purchased the harbor­ IIadly near Dayton, clears up all doubts
vated and overhauled, and new iiccom-
I ndian W ar V etzbans .— Wednesday A Captain's Fortunate Discovery
modatiom* are being added.
ing outfit of IL H. Welch and has in regard to the manner of liis death, morning the Indian War Veterans of
J. H. HENDERSON
(’apt. Coleman, schr. Weymouth plying
moved and opened a nice shop next and shows that he died from natural
door to the former stand. He desires to causes. He was working on his farm, Oregon met in the city council chamber between Atlantic City and N. ¥., had been
(SiicccMHor to L. Root)
Portland, and proceeded Jo elect grand troubled with a cough so that he was un­
thank the public for their patronage in
the past, and wishes for a continuance repairing his fence, and was alone at the officers for the ensuing year, with the able to sleep, and was induced to try Dr.
Direct Shipments to San Francisco.
Cnrries a full unti complete stock of
of their favors in his new place of busi­ time, and was seized with a fit of appo- following result: Grand commander, Kings New Discovery for Consumption. It
None but. standard Calcutta Sacks kept Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
plexy
and
fell
while
making
a
withe,
not
only
gave
him
instant
rrleif,
but
allay
­
ness.
and let on the most reasonable terms.
anil in falling made a slight wound on Col. John Kelsey ; vice-grand command­ ed the extreme soreness in his breast, ilis
!,003,0f>0 feet of lumber (all kinds) for Ins forehead, w hich was the only mark er, L. F. Mother, of Roseburg; junior children were similary effected and a single
Wooden and Willowv/are,
Mio at the Panther creek mills, near found upon him. lhese facts were vice-grand commander, II. M (’base, of dose had the same happy effect. Dr. Kings
Carlton, Oregon. Rough Himber sold brought out by the coroner’s jury .which Walla Walla; surgeon, Dr. R. Glisan, ot New Discovery is now the standard rem­
for $5.00, $0.00 and $7.00 per M., at the was called by the wishes ol the family, this city ; grand marshal, T. B. Waite, edy in the Coleman household and on board
—------ - O'
schooner. Free Trial Bottle of this H. V. V. JOHNSON. M. D
mill, according to qaalitv ami stnd. who in the excitement of the first exam­ of Salem ; grant adjutant, Mr. M. R. the
Standard Remedy at Rogers *t Todd's Drug
Goodfl
delivered
promptly to any part
Hathaway
;
assistant
grand
adjutant.
W.
Dressed lumber. $10.00 to 111.00 Per
Northwest Corner of Second and B streets,
4
Store
ination. thought there might have been
of the city.
.1. Gar-iaon. of McMinnville; paymaster
Time will be given, one, two or three
foul
play.
_____
McMinnville, Oregon
years, on good paper with interest after
J. II. McMillan, of East Portland.
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35ti
Renews Her Youth.
January 1, 1888. Large discount on
T he W ife M vrderer .—On Saturday
Mav
I
k * found nt hh office when not ab­
O fficer «
E lected .—The annua*
■cash orders. E. Poppleton.
99tf.
Mrs. 1’hri‘lre Chcsley, I’etcrson, Clay Co. sent on professional business.
night Sheriff Groves, of Polk county,
Prof. C. A. Batter of Pennsylvania, fearing that Kelty, the wife murderer, meeting of ihe grand lodge of Mason« of Iowa, tells the following remarkable story,
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
who ha« taught penmanship in the east might be in danger of bis neck if he were Oregon was held at Masonic temple the truth of which is vouched for by the
for the past ten years, and the last six permitted to remain longer in thevicini- Portland. Wednesday. The following residents of the town : “I am 73 years old,
have been troubled with kidnev complaint
months has taught in Calaforma with
•fficers were elected for the ensiling and
Physician & Surgeon,
lameness for nmay years; could not
great succès, is now in our citv and will tv of the scene of the tragedy, removed year, A Nasbnrg, most wo’shipfnl grand dress
myself without help Now I am
...
O bboox .
open his institute of rapid writing next him to Dallas. It is reported that Kelly master; B Van Dusen, deputy grand free from nil pain and soreness, and am M c M ixbviixb ,
Mondav evening in the school non«*. has refused ail nourishment and dartres master; Jas. F Robinson, grand «enior able to do all my own housework I owe
Office
aril
residence
on
D
»treet.
Prof. Batter is the mo-t rap'd and legible to die, and thus cheat the halter. The warden; II E Harris, grand junior my thanks to Electric Kilters for having re calix promptly answered d«v or night. All
Goods Rohl at
writer on the coast. He will give $■> •' hnllet in hi-back has not been found, • arrlen ; D C Mr-Kerclier, grand trea«nr hewed my youth, ami removed completely
all
deseases
and
pai
”
Try
a
bottle,
only
to any person who will execute and ex­ ¿he wound ii not considered very dan­ er; S F Babcock, secretary. G F Turk-
The Lowest Cash Price
4
Dr. G. F. TUCKER.
hibit finer penmanship. See specimens gerous In fact, if Kelly wa« anxious to -r. Geo. W Jones and O O Hodson, were .Kic at R >ger« <t Ifo 11« Drug Store
ret Well, and would adopt all ptoper
at Kogers A Todd's
And
neans to do so, he would not be long an lelegates from this city.
Home Produce Market.
Deut ist .
North Yamhill people are making nvali'L Hi’ preliminary examination
MMINNVlLLE,
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-
OREGON
N otice .-A" I have disponed of my bus­
preparations for a good time at their t ill take place as soon as possible.
Corrected for the TzLrrHoxz by Baxter A
celebration, on the Fourth of July. An
men at the Cook hotel, 1 want those
Ha* the latent and greateftt diwovery for!
Rugers.
the painletn extraction of teeth by nimple
interesting programme is being prepa
F ob S ale .—2»i0 acre« of land three «rho am indebted to me. to come and Wheat. p< r bu
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and liarnik*** application to the gtim*.
•ed, and everybody in that section is
ettle up immediately and thereby save Oat*, per bu
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nile«
from
Amity
and
near
Briedwell
’
s
taking bold with a determination t.
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on Me.
W. E. Mama.
Fbnir,
fx*r
bar.
CkvVTVVV Atkir’- H-by
A an ! reliable Medici ne.r are the heat
mike tlie celebration a »itcces«. A- .ration on N. G. K. R. 230 «ere« in cul-
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flnnihrr
at
Land.
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la
the
only
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de
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nd
n
pen.
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there will be no exercises of any kind t'
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cation Gno'l h""*. h,rn
f*”” in*
F ob S aif ..—A fine blooded cow and Butter. r»er lb
ixir hag born presents d for year« for all Im- medicine yet made lliat will muova all
i’hee«e. I m ***, |»er lb........
this citv, it is likelv the mujn ltv of on
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v.mng
o-ch
,rd
Will
sell
nr
trad«
rdf.
Co»
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Jersey.
Sho
thorn-Dur
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Co»
Ji
Jersey,
pu rit leant t ho Blood. 1 n every form of ScroL Infantile disorders. It contain« ne 'pium
Apple*, per box.............
citizens will attend ut No th Yamhill
>r citv p-ope ty nr bnsiness I nee $2->, ham. and \ Av «h:re. Calf FÍrptl by 3« on, xidri»
alono, RrpLUItlcor Mercurial disease«, it is or M •t'hin», but gives the elilld »ntar.rf
Beside« the regular programme tie
acre
Term«
reasonable.
^boulder
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□valuable. Forl.'.icumalUta.haanoequal. tat» J...a pain. Price83 canta. Bold by
I Barham bull. Inquire of •’
probabilities are there will be «••me «■ Ot­
c. W Talmage A Co.
• full blooded
••
bam.
sugar
tilted
K ebvo - b A H ey .
Owx W Hurt, drnggi.i.
tw. W. Unit. dni tgr«t,
ting and running races that will inter»»
McMinnville, Oregon.
•our fine stock men.
Brownsville Woden
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MILLS
Gents’ Furnishing
FINL5 SHOES,
MILTON!
SHINGLES I I
Panther Creek Cedar Camp,
Do I Want the Earth?
BURT WANTS CASH ! !
Machine Oils!
C. Grissen’i
Castor Oil. Castor Matliine or Lard Oil
G. E. DETMERING.
n
Track iiiid Express
Dry Goods House
M. S. GOLL. .«
Highest Cash I’rires Paid hr Grain.
Honest Weight. Fair Dealing.
Lol meco Cigars.
Hour «'niel Leed