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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1887)
IDE TELEPHONE.! ter? If married life
Gone to His Last Resting Place.
S, A. YOUNG, M. 0.
Fmok>‘ has lifted.
Wheat is on tho decline.
McMinnville is growing fast.
Don’t forget the Northern Pacific
Physician & Surgoon,
It bceoin«8 our nail ilnty to chionielo
CIA I. »HUSCTORT.
the death of one of our numt prominent M c M innville ,
O keoon .
C. 1‘. church will bo a nice, neat, little
aud best citizen«, Ix^wiB K. Walla.*«,
Till RD DIUTKICT.
■ti'uctniu when finished.
'L b . W. C. Hembree is quite eick.
which oceured Tuesday «veiling at 7:30. culls promptly answered day or night. All
R. r. B<nse.
Try some oi that fine cheese at Baxter Mr. Wallace wax born in Branch county,
his breadstuff* are tiT I-eat
Michigan, September lai, 1832. Had ho
11. P. Bird,
Key letter 'singing sa-iety meet* to
until yeeterday, ho would have W. J. UARRIS4.N,
A H. GAUXT.
J W. Watts. night at the rrc“by»«»i*t church.
! been 55 year* old. Mr. Wallace left the
It. R. I.aui'blin,
F. N. Little,
During the absence of Jeff Fanton, the!
! east, in the apring of ’52. He Mettled in
. .. C. Lsfollett. County surveyor, J. C. Cooper will act 1 Grain is expected to bring $1.C3 per
W. J. G arrison & co, Prop’s.
bushel at Prineville.
j thia county ami lias lived hero all the
... L. Longliary. as his deputy.
J. 8. lllbbs.
Tho only first class market in the citv.
Arizona is having a fine time with
Little Anihie Daniel», daughter ot earthquakes. Let us import a few.
nil kind of fresh
the Sound country.
Hetvent to the meat». Hlr.hest pri<‘«? paid
. G. W. Driedwetl. Charlie Daniels, cut bar foot voiy severe
in cua I i fur fat
T. J. Harris. ly one day this week, with an ax.
Baz i 1 ¡lilts is up in ihn mountain. after Sound in the epring of *53, and returned st<«ck, hul«;s and pelt».
W. W. Nelson.
e!k. We sincerely hope be will get some. • in the fail of the «nine year, lli» death !
Ninetr students of tlm Indian school
J. A .’ G. Freund. are picking bops in the Iiopin dof (J. J.
Who will be tho next to guess on the | tvas caused by a prostrationofthe nerve«,
.1. J>. Fenton. Beai.i !v in Polk conr.ty
I’ ki . amo ... stove question, last guess and paralysis the result of a relapse.
D. (’. Narver.
i The sickness whii h resulted in his death, I
The Key. Sutchwell ldt<
iday even- 1
with symton a of lever. Mr. Wai- I
\ Fir^t class brick
ing o near. Thro
hive giow Iv got belter, until be u<>t up e )(/,()( M ffur sale at Suyb$r>
Jacob \V»i?tman. inp, tn attend tho Mrtlip l» ' unv ication ! The circus is slowly <1 _ aw
J J. Hpencer. at Por! land,which w
and went to work, then he had the re-
G. W. K&tdTman. dav.
ial'so, ttliich has ranted him utvnv to bo snl.I fryni $4 to $6 per thousand
parties wishing to buy brick, aill have to
W .1 Loighary.
Who i.< tlic young 1 idy that everyone i r.-aim- oi etemil »iience. In religion, lie get it through myciaim
A man by tho na ns of Wilson wa»
JNO J. SAX
' killed oil ill.* line o: the tfieguu Pacific, I expoi.t» to runaway, and gel uuiried I had no sect, but believed in the spiritmil
Without being uu
i ' «alv.tion ot man.
' n.ar Stayton by the premaln.e explosion i rtjuli ?
I openiy profossed chrisiian.liH was one,to
I of a blast of giant |.<>w Jer.
Who is next on tint watermelon layout to the fullert extent of the Woid,
w. V. PRICE,
Miss Effie Leabo han some very fine at thi» ufficw, *a have a place tor all tlnd us ilia good doed* and kinilncN will
' crayon portraits on exhibition in E. 11 are left here.
— icMmaviUo, Yamhill County, Orogon.E
testify before bis Maker.
Fellow's show window. Tiieyshow good I Elaia Wright expects to thresh 4,000 a
keen in bn.inesa, but
begins September 7th, 1887. Tuition in Preparatory Department $5.GO per
taient which ought to be improved.
[ bushels grain in one day,before he quite, without a niggardly thought. A man
term; In Academic, t7 09; In Collegiate, $10.00. Instructions thorough and practical
Tho iron1, in which Jack Welch is lo
A boarding ball will be conducted in the College building under the management of a
will be remembered with kindness and
cated, and the adjoining building, has
8. A. Manning hi* the beat assortment I I'.i.s tDatli regretted by many, but dis
steward where good buartl can be had at $2.75 per week. Those wlm prefer board in
had a new io<t of paint which help» the
private families can secure board from $2 75 to $1 00 For further information. ad«< .
inncil, No. 1, R. A S. M. meets genuiul appearance oi the street runcbly. of rtoves iu the stale. The TxmrHoNa solution is the end of each and all. Mr.
gift is one oi them.
C. Cll VNDLUK, Sec. ofltoaril.
or before each full moon. at
Wallaeo was concious up to the veiv
OC-lKl 1OL k_y<.t I cl
uple, cor. 3d and C. streets," 8o-
Frank Rogers who is so well known
When you aro in need of artistic print hour of hi» death, and in the »uttlenient
ipanions made welcome.
amongst, Ihn fair “sweut »ixtecner»” of ing don’t forget the T blei ' iionk office, it of Ins affairs, before death, ho allowed
ieu , l’ee.
this city takes a ¡»OHrtion in the drug is the boss office fur fine work.
an extra amount of business faculty;
C hris . T aylor , Th . III. M.
»tore of J. R. Miller, of Dallas, the first
Bottling to the smallest amount all iiis
Proprietor of tho
affairs. Then asking to. be placed in
lapter, No. Iti, It. A. M. meets
the boss druggist. He isn lively business smdi a position as to see Ins garden,
or before each full moon, at
Tiie littlo sou of W. V. Price thenglit man and a strictly truthful advertiser. i
iple. Sojourning companions
outbuilding», etc., which was done, he
ho would take a walk the other day,
looked, sighed, closed his eves and Hank,
u IOK. Sec.
perintending the conf traction of a wagon Whites Station, a general businoas will alowlv and quietly, without pain, into
J F. C albrratii , II. P.
be carried on and horseshoeing w ill be “that dreamless sleep w hich kisses down
in 8. 0. Force’s shop.
hi» eyelids still.” Mr. Wallace leaves a
Ige. No. 43. F. A A. M. meets
Come and subscribe fortkoTBLEl-noxx
or before each full moon, at.
wife, and one child, alsmt 12 years old ;
iple Visiting brethren curdi and send it back east. Thereby causing
besides three brothers and one sister,
Pionocr Boot and Slio<* Store;
your trieuds to «ee the advantage» of near Butteville will leave here Sundry, who mourn hi» loss deeply. Mr. Wal JEWELRY
living in this »alubrious »ection of tho
G. F. T ucker , M. M.
I uni now receivingmy Fail stock of Bool a
intend to go.
glolie. No othor soefiion like it.
and leaves a will providing for Iiis fami
nnd blows <lirectly from the Lu tn-y ; sHcct-
F. Occidental I.odge, No. 30,
from the best 'material, arxl made by
When used according to directions,
Saturday night at I. O O. F. Ayer’s Ague Cure is Warranted to eradi ants near the railroad bridge the other I noon, attended by a large concourso of
I white» labor.
Lreet. Visiting brethren cordi
< khs that are
< I w
sell || i,
made oyt of
cate, from the »ystein, Fever and Ague, day. These birds are becoming quite friends.
--------- leather mat i» tanned by me het leather
liquor that is tanned by, Hi.
k ;., N G.
Dan Thui l>«r icturned from California
process* ; ior
thoroughly understands the quality of
Fevers, and all malarial diseast-s. Try
E. E. G ovcheb , R. S.
Mr. Gorman while driving a bundle I i tlio other day.
the goo<is he sells, will be successfurin business, und in due tune gam the eonndcnce ot
Third Street. McMinnville Or.
wagon for Albertis Davis, had hi.« team
Mrs. E. J. Snelling’»on|andjd.iuyhter
The bublic are respectfally invitod to examine my stock and prices. No trou >le to
Mr. Fellows after many endeavors has run away, throwing him out and knock left yestorday for Eugene, City where
at last obtained the last spike driven on ing him senseless. Ha was not hurt they intend making a week’« visit among
THE OLD RELIABLE
the Northern I’aciflc railroad September otherwise.
friends and relatives.
8,1883. He has given it to this office
The show window of G. E. Detmering
The grain of R. Griffith, on 32 ncies
/. Charity Lodge, No. 7, meets where all parties Wishing to see it can do loom* up in fine shape. There is a fine weighed by machine measure 47
d Fridays in each month at so, by calling around.
to the »ere. At the w.iruliouse,clean
hall. Visiting brethren cordi-
A prominent man from Lafayette said tastefully ar.nged by the hands of Miss ed, it went 52[a to the acre. Next.
that tho majority of the people in tho Nora Hendrick.
won ,M. W
Aug U 3 m
Miles Hendrick h:ts pnrehnse I tho GALLOWAY & GOUCHER, Trops.
Lafayette precinct had lost all hopes of
G W. J o ^ ki , Rec.
The Eugene City Guard enters upon its dry goods house of L»nc.eiieid, of Amity.
getting the county scat, and that at least
i, G. A. R- No- 9, meet« secoml one-third would vote for McMinnville. twenty first year with its last issue. It is Miss Nora Hendrick iiis sister, hereto This warehouse has been thoroughly reno
*ach month, at Grange hall, Still the good work work goes slowly on a good staunch democratic journal and fore with G. E Detmering of this city will
vated and overhauled, ami new aecom-
di streets. Visiting comrades ward.
its success is well merrited. Here i^to leave mid take charge of the ladies de-
the future of the Guard.
* ek , Adj.
Disorders of ths stomach, liver, and
C. R. C ook , P C.
The firm oi Baxter A Rogers are still
kidneys, can bo cured by restoring the
M arried .—Monday morning at tiie
blood to a healthy condition, through in business and don’t yon forget it. residence of tho bride’s parent«, Mr. and
Direct Shipments to San Francisco.
the vitalizing and cleansing action of They arc the leading grocers of the coun Mrs. Leabo, of this city, Miss Flora Lea-
None but standard Calcutta Sacks kept
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. It is the safest, ty as their large daily sales testify.
nrcli, corner of C and Fifth most powerful, and most highly con Tulk will not scare them out«
bo to Mr. J. L. Brobst, oi Portland, the
and let on the most reasonable terms.
.bath school at 9:39. a. in.,
It a. Ill and 8. p. m
Prayer centrated alterative available to the
The “ad” of Rogers A Todd is just marriage wan solemnized by the Rev. H.
rsday evening at 8 p. in. Every public.
what is, a statement to the public of the I*. Patchwell. .Mr. Brobst is a salesman
’ invited to attend these serl
An oxehanga mentioned the fact, that good quality oi goods sold by this well for the Columbia River paper company,
STORAGE 3 CEKT3.
W. T. J obdan , 1‘astor.
the up country («liter» were crying for known firm. Ths public know them well only four or five intimate friends attend
(Catholic) Church, First street. watermelons, and you bet we got one, a and it’« trade with them lias always
ents were given tiie now happy couple.
9 a. in. on t lie second slid fourth large Oregon melon raised by Juntos been satisfactory.
Mr. and Mrs. Brobst left on tho evening NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS!
inch month. Sunday school at Fletcher, found its way into this office
Mr. P. II. Moody and wife, of Kirkwood train (or I’ortlsnd whore they will re
J. 8. W hite , Rector.
II. II. Welch Having moved ir.to
change in its personal appearance, and 111. are the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Jacob side.
rch, corner of Fourth and F ours too, before it got out again. Buy
fried» and aro hero on a visit. Ws hope
C ompany O bganizkd .-TI io Iron Moun Third street, and having taken
hbath school at 9:30 a. in , one; Mr, Fletcher sells them cheap.
they will like the eountiy well enough to tain Iron District Mining Company,near
t 11 a m and the usual hour
Austen Dee into partnership ; they
ig on Sunday Prayer meeting
stay and make tboir fntre homo here.
tins line of the Northern Pacific railroad, having fitted up and renewed their
izens.good improvements aud good grub
(cuing. All are invited
The Chatsworth disaster, now that ninety miles oast oi Tacoma, was organi
II P B atch well . Pastor.
wo should judge, by the way the La
fayette people cotno here to get it, mare the dead is reduced below eighty, stands
in Church, corner of Fourth groceries sold last week to Lafayette peo second in tiie list of American railroad zed yesterday by Col. A. N. Hamilton,
i Sunday school 9:30 a in., ple than there has been heretofore for accidents—Ashtabula, when 101 wore W. P. Twoinley, J. T. Saugarda, A. F.
and opened a fine new stock of
11a m and 8 p m Prayer
mraday night nt 7:80 First quite awhile. They arc beginingto real- killed eleven years ago on the Lake Shore York and II. C. Wnlters. Col. Hamil fresh
ton arrived in this city this evening, and
ich month, at 3 p m , a sermon izo the truth of the matter that McMinn being the most fatal on the list.
says the mines contain a quantity of ore
ville i« the place to buy their provision.
Tom Turner Andy Baker end Carl sufficient to keep the largest works con NUTS, CANDIES, CIGARS, CIG/XR-
P F J o O nson , Pastor
Cheaperthan their cheapest, better than
ETTES AND TOBACCO.
stantly employed for a generation. The
(Episcopal) Church, corner of their butter,
from their hunt in the Cascades and re ores will be used for fluxes in tiie Ryan
streets Sunday school at 9:30
Darby Gl»nn, met with a painful acci port a fine time. Mr. Turner killed four smelter. The mine is claimed to bo the respectfully solicit a shnre of the
pastor at present’
dent Saturday forenoon at Walla Walla. deer, two very fine bucks. They dressed richest mineral discovery yet made in patronage of the people of McMinn
Church, corner of IJ and Fifth While nailing tin on a flushing on one of the meat and brought it homo. Plenty this section of the country.—News
ville and vacinity not forgetting to
inday school nt 9:30 a ni , so- tho new Main street brick buildings he of fish and it is expected that the Lafay
kindly thank them for past favors.
gat 11, a. m Prayer meeting slipped, and in throwing out one hand to ette school will boom the coming soaeon
nother R ack —Jane L.
icbday night at 8; no pastor at prevent falling, it struck the edge of a by tho extra amount of brain power
Search for us between the Banks
piece of tin, cutting the palm oi the band which Professor Yonng attained while Oregon with glory at Santa Rosa on Sat
urday, by defeating six starters and low
to the bone, and almost severing the there*
I mmediately ^—-TE?I TON thumb.—-Oregonian, Aug. 30. Darby is
ering her record to 2:1!)X- This remark
woll known in this city and this accident
A H unt ro« the B lue B ucket D io - able fiyor is owned by S. G.Reed,of Port
cast or wrought of all kinds, is to be deplored.
gins .—Charley Palmer, Sam Shaffer land. Iler sire ia Ilamdletonian Mam-
delivered at depot an or before
One of tire most amazing and attractive and Frank Collard, started Saturday brino owned by Van B. De Lash mutt,
10th. $5.00 per ton will ba
rrought and $7.00 per ton for features of 8. H. Barrett’» tented aggre morning for the mountains in soarcb of while her dam is Molly Welch, tho prop
City Foundry, Portland Or. gation, which exhibits in McMinnville the Blue Bucket diggins. Their trip is erly of Millard O, Lownadale. Mr. Reed
Tuesday September 13, are the seemingly
was oflered $5000.for the mare, but ha
C arl Y ouno .
■When I say that-----
reason-endowed performances of the for amnsemont as much as lor pro«pect- values her at 8000 at the present time.
titanic herd of elephants which execute ing and we should judge by the way fire Little Joe,another Oregon horse,won the
military -drills, perform musical acts, arms predominated over pick axes etc., free for all race at Helena on Saturday.
HONE WHISPERINGS. whirl
in many waltzes, and form towering that fun was going to be the greater part
pyramids at the command of their con of the trip. Doubtless they will take in
S almon H atciiery .—Work on the sal
irinkler not needed *t present. summate trainer.
all tho venison they see standing out in
tho wet. We hope they will firiu the mon hatchery on the Clackamas is pro Have the moat complete tailor shop on the
Mr Whito says that he loaned the diggins, if not the Blue Bucket, some gressing. A flume half a mile long has
roasted peanuts at II. II.
Odd Fellow’s matter to the T elephone other.
been made to conduct the water from
for the benefit of the democrats. We
1 not tell the public that it •will say’.hat. the matter as it was loaned,
Cigar creek to tho hatchcry. Throe teir*
was incomplete and not fit for the
of piles have boon driven for tho dam
?ains in crockey and glassware democrats. After many corrections we not willing to give anything to help the and another is under way.
run it. The reason why we asked the town in which ho lives is not of much
favor of borrowing the “matter” is this. benefit to it. The profit of giving to pub of piles have also been driven across
Hows’ brick will soon beflnish- Owing to the removal of the T el
Clackamas river holding into position a
—That watt a—
lic enterprise comes from the fact that wire fence six feet high, which will keep
_B the brick work.
ephone office we did not have time to get
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y last week the Eurisko market up enough type necessary for the paper.
increased population is eventually until such time as they shall be able to
Tn the days of Columbus. I ot m vertb f
)y two whole beeves.
F or S ale .—Three head of horses; brought to the town. It is when trade tako care of themselves.
it was true Selling goods so nearly re
uly of Salem, was arrested Sun- two mares and one horse, sold very is brisk that money is made. No yacht will be in reediness early this month to
elling whisky to Indians.
cheap ior cash, time or on trade, or any wins a race when all are becalmed. It
rs wanted at Mrs. II. P. Stuart’s thing to suit purchaser.
Carrying the best stock ofg<v«:‘< n
that enables the swiftest to win.—States
W ant P rotection .—Citizens oi Ya-
opposite Grange store. $3.00 selling, do not want to winter them.
qnina bay have forwarded a <opy of re
N. J. R owland .
solutions recently adopted by them in
iclc masons on the Odd Fellow’s
R e - ex amination .—State Superintend
Newspapers in Portland.
, laid off Tuesday and toek a
regard to tho construction of fish tra]*
ent E. B. McElroy has decided that no
Havins a repiitulilr* finii
in Yaquina Bay to U. 8. District Attor
sanie lo be thè best gra<l> -. iiian.)
teacher’s certificate issued under tiie old
James O’Meara has returned to Port
T. Burt sells nothing but A No.
ney McArthur ,with a request that he
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ind medicines. Fair weight and law can be renewed or extended. This land and taken editorial charge of the will look into the matter. He is now
will necessitate re-examination and re New» of that city. He is well known a» engaged in examining into the question
but it is cold these nights. It ceipt of new certificates under the new ad old time Oregon Journalist, and able, of navigablo streams and placing ob
IS FUKNY, B'J?
i be time for the oakgrub,cutup
versatile writer, either from a democrat-, structions therein, with a view of ascer
Prove it by purchosluz y<
taining whether there is any way by
of teachers in Clatsop county will do ic or republican standpoint. It will which people can be prevented from
ulery is repainting and paper- well to make a note of thia.
seem like old times for him to be ongag- placing aoch obstructions in the naviga
GEO \V ¡ r :
taloon, the decorations are very
ed in fighting the Oregonian again. Tiie ble waters of the state or to punish them
improve the interior very much.
Rio R un .—Elsie Wright’s machine, Oregonian of to-day is a great paper, bnt for so doing. Senator Dolph has a bill
.—I will buy all kinds of fruits, with its lively, rustling crew, threshed when the Bulletin, backed by Ben. IIol- in hand which, when pasaod by.Congress
A Captain’« Fortunate D
will settle this matter, if no law now
of all kinds large aud small. 3,404 bushels of oats in one day. The
I truitall the sarno price. Frank threshing was done for John Hartman loday’s money and O’Meara’s skillful exists in regard to it.—Statesman.
Capt. Coleman, sci»r. W«jyn •
and Bob McDonald. This is the largest editorial work, was in its prime, there
between Atlantic City and V \
run of the season and asf.tr as we have was a contest between the two that made
troubled with a cough *<> that n
armera and their families will heard no other machine has compared
i Stuart’s restaurant, opposite with it for number of bushels and clean it uncertain for a long time as to which '
able to sleep, and was indm <«d
Kings New Discovery for < o'i.-n
go store, just the place to take ness of grain This days work was done
—Dealer in all kind« of—
Winch shows thorn great pninstakers!
finally compelled to suspend, the Orego Office at McMinnville, Yamhill county,
not only gave him it. t int r< le
rhen in town.
on the 25th of August. There is no use nian was tottering on its legs, and a few ;
The Wagon that has p!e«»ed the world,
ed the extreme sore:.v.-s in ids t
Was made by B tuihedaiceim
children were »imilary eftw h«d hi
are in McMinnville, and want talking the crew of that mscine can just more months would have sent it to the ! Oregon, uncalled for 8cp. 1, 1887:
close had the same happy «ii; <:.
jeal or a good bed, go to the
The Bulletin cost Holliday ovor
New Discovery is now tin»
liotdf; only two blocks from the
$100,000; the News has already cost its I
Was in a qunndry wbnt to do!
edy in the Coleman hou Umbl i
Morgan, J J
O regon Q uota .— Oregon’s proportion different managers $150,000; the Harald
Till relieved by tnun EBAKKRH.
the schooner. Fre*» trial B t
Martin, J C
ate share of the $400,000 annually distri I i another old time opponent of the Orego
Standard Remedy st Huger» A i'»
The Lowest Cash Price
So, with Iron and Wood and labor good,
iced lemonade prepared before
Though they have many Imitators ;
states nian, cost its ownors a mint of money
b 5 cent«. Ice cold soda many buted amongst the different
during its short career. It is a safe esti
If you want the Wagon that’s best on earth !
cento. Ice cream in season 15 and territories military purposes is mate that in a little ovor twenty years
Robertson, Mrs N J
Just buy of H ti debakerh .
Welch & Dee’s.
Simson, Mis Effie
Renews Iler Youth
$2674, and Gov. I’ennover has just made $600,000 or more have licen eunk in the
The moral is plain, which you may know*
Smith, Mias Annie
And if you look, you may see oho’
on having No’s 100 101 and 102 of requisition for that amount. The secre effort to establish in Portland a newspa
Mr». riKpbe Che*’' /. t*
To all jiersons residing within city limits. That the targ*»«t <»nks from Adorns grow;
Staggs, Mrs Maria
rival of the Oregonian, and near
; Side TKLErnoNr will confer a 1 tary of war is particular, in his require per,the
tell» the follou in.
or to us by bringing the same ■ ments before drawing the warrant for the
Tucker, Mrs E G
the tmth of which is
ifice. The issue« were published ■ amount, and Private Secretary Munly is with newspaper wrecks,that sailed gaily
Thornton, Mr Jeptha
resident« nf the rovo :
27 May 31 and June 3rd 1887. | now busy compiling a statement coaicer- along fora time bnt were aooner or later
"IXoVicn that are fretful, peevish,
Witt, L II
have been troubled ■ ¡rl
ing the present condition of tho Oregon left high and dry on a lee shore. It
end lament»« f$»i
Jones and Wm. Arthur had a Guard, the number of men and officers, is much time,’money and brain work to I Williams Miss Ettie
myself witi. ■ <
Windy Colic, Teething Pains, or is warranted, is becauso It is tho best
the bridgo near the college Tues-1 etc. WhM the $2764 ii sent, the urgent establish a good newspaper on a substan
free from all
it. It was the result of an Old 1
able to d«» all inv w n
Parties calling for the same will please at once by using Acker’s Baby Roother. tlvcly cure all Blood Diseases, purifies tho my thanks to Eb*e;. <■ !
I the setlo resulted disastrously » the militia will be presented to the sec point where it pays a profit to its owners
It contaiau no Opium or Morphine, whom system, and thoroughly bn’lds up tho nevrod my yo ith. and
rthnr if a person was to judge I retary of war, and be has promised that it is exceedingly difficult for a rival to gay advertised.
hecco ls safe. Price 25 cents. Sold by constitution. Rciucinber, wo guarantee it. nil dcseas.i. ami iw ”
a appearance after the fight. ' any recommendation of the governor will ever break down its prosperity.—Seattle
J. F Wi-ECABvrn, P M.
G. W B .it. Druggbt.
; I >•! j*
Geo W* Hurt, drug, : .*
Wo at Ite
reited fined $5.00 and i-osts
receive at least di" consideration.
Up Stairs iu Aihi.'ii.s’ Building,
No/liiirge made for sewing rips on goods that I sell. Boots made to
order and repaired ojijmite the Grange store.
Sign of the big Boot.
Iliriiost Cash Prices Paid fur Crain.
Honest Weight. Fair Dealing.
P. F. BROAVNE.
OUR NEW “AD.”
We guarantee our goods to be First Class,
and the prices as low as the lowest.
When you come to our store you will not
be disappointed for we advertise nothing but
We are not winding up our business but
intend to keep right on selling Drugs Pat
ent Medicines, Stat ionery, School Books, etc.,
as long as the people of Yamhill county hon-
or us with their patronage.
When you come to our store
guar an too
to give you prompt and courteous attenl^. i
and the lowest price possible. Very Resp; ‘i t
ROGERS & TODD,
Who Lies ! I Don’t !
Williams à Hibbs,
This Earth Is lloun
Fine Suits a Specialty!
First-Class Workmen Employed ! !
Cheaper Than the Cheapest !
WILLIAMS !■ HIBBS.
D. M. Caldwell!
Flour and. Feed
Delivered Free !