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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 30, 1887)
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t «« Y aqi ixa S old .—Tlie wreck of the
stranded steamer YaqninaCity has been
sold to Capt. Chas. Lutchins, of San
Francisco, fur $9,100. The sale is said
to have resulted in a bargain for the
Why th'» fleecy whiteness in the purchaser, as each of the two boilers
cost $12.000. and aro in good condition,
Arthur Cooper was in town for two or while the shaft, which is comparatively
new cost over $9000.
three days this week.
Evervone should attend the great race
D eath of a P ioneer .—P. H. Harris,
for the T elephone cup.
well known in Oregon, died at his home
Frank Collard left for LaCamas, Mon in Cheney, W. T., last Friday, at the
day, where he spent several days.
advanced age of 84 years. Deceased was
For fanev toilet articles go to Roger’s born in Philadelphia in 1803 and after
& Todd’s they have many styles.
ward moved t5 Ohio, where he resided
The Lafayette hunt has taken place. until 1851, when he moved to Oregon
He had many friends in Portland and
No returns from the hunteisas yet.
throughout tho state, to all of whom his
Ed Manning left for Seattle Monday. death
is a source of sincere regret.
He went home to spend the holidays.
F ather W hite L eaves .—Father
Mrs. H H. Snow will soon visit her
White left Thursday for Salem where he
son-in-law, F, W. Martin, of this city.
An engine is being constructed in will fill the vacancy in the Catholic pas
Francs which will run at least 93 mill's torship of tho church made by tire de
parture of Father Cupelle who Iras form-
Nearly all the business portion of the oily officiated as priest. Father White
town of the town of l’atisade, Nev , is has made many friends during his stay
in this city, and they are unanimous in
Small farm for s ilo, well improved. exi reusing sorrow at his denarture. lie
For particulars, address box 83 M’Minn- ¡satiable speaker and will no doubt
give satisfaction in Salem.
You can get four of the finest combs,
in a neat little case, fur 50 cents, at
Rogers & Todd’s, tf
Geo. W. Burt has the largest «toc'.:
of Holidav goods in Yamhill Co. Go see
the bargains he has.
Born—To the wife of John Funk, on
Tuesday Dec. 27, 1887, a eon. Mother
and child doing well.
Ifvouwant any Holiday poods yon
will lose money if you don’t call on Geo,
W. Burt and learn his prices.
Things are going slowly since tliecele-
bration of Christmas. People have not
vet got over their Christmas dinner.
Why is Shartzer like a colored man
In a picket detail ? Answer w ill be given
next issue if he does not “catch on.’’
Williams A llibbs are making pants
Suits from $28
from $6.50 upwards,
upwards. Four first class tailors at
Miss Nellie Graves, of McCoy, arid
Miss Grace Burnett, of Dallas, are visit
ing tlieir cousin, Miss Cora Baker of
A new cross walk has been put in at
the intersection of Third and I’> streets.
It improves the appearance of the street
A large number of hounds are expect
ed to contend for the championship of
Yamhill and the cup offered by the
T elephone .
If you are in McMinnville, and want
a good meal or a good bed, go to the
Central hotel; only two blocks from the
main business street.
JPB^Farmers and their families will
■ nd Mrs Stuart’s restaurant, opposite
the Grange store, just the place to take
a meal, when in town.
If you want to preserve the picture of
your bsst girl go to Rogers & Todd’s and
get a becoming Album for tho same.
They have many kinds.
• One of John Holman’s horses came
near being severely injured Monday.
It got its foot caught in a wire rope but
was extricated immediately.
When chill December's biting wind
Your whiskers whistle through ;
Call in and see Burt’s holiday stock,
And spend a dollar or two.
If yon don’t find what you want at
other stores go to Geo. W. Hurt's. Better
»till, come to our’s first and select your
Holiday presents while the stock is com
A dance will be given by the band at
Garrison’s opera house on the evening
of Dec. 31. This will be the last dance
of 1887. Everybody should attend.
H. Adams has started a billiard par
lor over 8. A. Manning’s store. He lias
purchased the tallies and fixtures form
erly owned by Welch A Dee. A neat
orderly place will be kept.
Lyle Wright, Georgs Hemstock and
Charley Holman came down the river
Wednesday. They succeeded in killing
18 ducks. ’ There was one boat ahead of
them and four behind them.
The Indian war veterans will hold
their annual meeting in this city on Fri
day, January 6. Every member should
attend as a first class time is sure to fol
low the meeting of old comrades.
Geo, Owens shipped a full blooded
Berkshire pig to W. H. Small, of Cot
tage Grove, Lune county, one day this
week. Mr Owens has very fine blood
ed stock if this pig is a specimen.
It is requested by the proprietor of
this paper that all men owning hounds
who wish to contend for the champion
ship of Yamhill county; will come to
this office and enter their dogs before
the 14tli of January.
On the evening of Dec. 31, a watch
meeting will be held in the Masonic par
lors. Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. The ladies will have a nice oys
ter supper prepared. The proceeds ot
which will go to the Masonic library
Queen Esther to be rendered on the
evening of January 10 ang 12,at Garrison
Opera house. The best local talent of
McMinnville has been engaged, also a
well organized ocliestra. Proceeds to be
expended for a bell for the Baptist
A band of Chinese pheasants which
have been seen upon a farm near this
city have been killed by some unscrupu
lous sportsman. There is a heavy fine
for killing these birds anil it will be en
forced if this comes to the knowledge of
To-morrow the weighing of tho T ele
phone stove takes placo.
wishing to subscribe to the paper can do
so until 3 o’clock in the afternoon when
the weighing takes place. Be sure and
come to S. A. Manning’s store and see
Will Logan returned from Dayton
Thursday where he has been working
for the well known drag firm of Peery A
Harris. He reports business done by
the firm as very large, having sold a
very large amount of Christmas goods.
The sale ot Christmas goods outside of
their regular trails amounted to an ex
act $100 on Saturday last.
D ihtheria at A shland .—During the
past week, says the Ashland Tidings, a
number of new cases ef diphtheria have
appeared in town, anJ the people of
Ashland has faced the painful fact that
the disease is here in epidemic form.
The physicians report that since the first
of the week the disease seems to be con
fined to the local centers of its existence
at that time. The great majority ot the
cases have been of such nature that the
b««t t-eatment and close care have been
sufficient to overcome.
To T ake the Y aqcina ’ s P lace .—The
San Francisco Examiner publishes the
statement that the Oregon development
company lias purchased in the east a
new first-class iron Grip to tako the
place of tho stranded Yaquina city,
which will as soon as possible be put on
their line between San Francisco and
Yaquina bay. From this it is evident
that the loss of tho Yaquina city will in
no wise cripple the business or traffic of
The Coyote Chase.
Saturday morning people with dogs
began to arrive from every direction.
At 10 o’clock the honnift were all enter
ed. The following are tho men who en
tered hounds and the names of the dogs:
Am Shadden, Fiddler and Muse; Janies
FletcMer, Lead and Drum; G. Baxter,
Nit and Bams; J. Hendrick, Gunner;
John Berry, Frank and Clip; Fred D.
Sitton, Queen and Bals; John Hendrix,
Queen and Frank ; Win. Martin, Joe and
Queen. At 10 o’clock Charley Cook
started with tho covets and lead him,
starting near the tesidence of II. Adams
Its went in a large circle through the
limber and coining through a gap in tho
southwest part of the fair grounds, fioiu
there around the track to the judges
stand. At 11 o’clock the dogs wete
turned louse on the the track which was
pretty cold. They all went baying
down the road excepting Queen the
bitch entered by Fred Sitton, who went
down a cross street into which the coy
ote had been lead, after trailing some
tims she finally got the right trail and
started after the hounds and caught
them in a short time. This bitch is said
by all to be a very fine animal. At the
fair grounds a large number bad assem
bled to see tho finish. Some time lapsed
before the hounds were heard, at last
Frank, the hound entered by John Hen
drix, jumped through the gap, followed
by tire whole band and came tearing
down for the finish. The excitement
was iatense and people crossed and re
crossed the track, which fooled the
hounds and in fact tho all left the trail
und Frank the Hendrix dog trotted by
the judges stand fits!, with Drum tire
Fletcher dog second. The race from the
gap to tho stand was a pretty one and
everyone was excited. This race was
decided a draw and the dog men con
ented te another run within the fair
grounds to decide which was the beBt
dog. The coyote was accordingly lead
from the judges stand around the entire
grouud close to the fence ending at a
stand by the ditch. Tiro dogs were
turnod loose and a prettier start was
never looked upon. One dog would
lead and then another until on the home
stretch when Clip tho dog entered by
John Berry generally was in the lead.
When nearly at tire finish the trail was
lost and was found by Jas. Fletcher’s
dog Drum, who came in first with Lead
second. Both dogs were entered by
James L. Fletcher and tho two purses
wsro given to him.
Tuesday cventug, th. officers
were elected tn the Union Lodge No. 4J, 1
on Saturday evening, wor. in.tsU.d. A Sliver Cup Offend by the
very pleaum time was spent. It seems TELEPHONE to the fastest
almost incredible that such a quantity i
•f provisions could be prepared in so f
liOUnt» ID 1116 vOUllty
short a time, as the ladies prvparud dur
dog In the County should be
ing Monday and Tuesday. Four large Every
entered In the race Ctor the Champion
tables were loaded down with all
Cup, whirl« will be held Jan. 21
the delicacies the heart could wish.
The following was the programme tor
Noting the number of fine dogs
entered in the coyote race last Sat
Singing—Mesdame» Campbell, Tuck
urday, we thought it proper to offer
er, Henderson, Mr. Mageis, Bishop.
a champion cup for the best and
Singing—Duet, Mrs. Campbell, Mr». fastest hound in the county. Only
a small number of the good dogs of
Installation of officers:
this county were pcesont at the last
J. A. C. Freund—Master.
race, a cup will induce more dogs
R. F. Sparks—Senior Warden.
present. Tho cup is now be
J. W. Baker—Junior Warden.
ing prepared and as soon as finish
J. J. Spencer—Secretary.
ed will be put on exhibition in S.
G W. Jones—Senior Deacon.
A. Manning’s window where the
L. Laughlin—Junior Deacon,
C. D. Johnson, O. O. Hod<on—Stew public may look at it. It will be
appropriate and iv suitable em
W. II. Bingham—Tyler.
Master J. A. C. Freutid made a speech blem for tho champion dog. This
in which he said, “man by tke aid of
will induce dog men to breed better
reason becomes creative.’’
The next on the programme was sing dogs and may lead to a latgo dis
ing, bv Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Tucker,
Mr. Bishop and Mr. Magwre. “Moon play of fine dogs at the next coun
light on the lake,” was render sd in fine ty fair. The following are the
style. After this came supper which
disappeared in short order. An enter rules under which the dogs aro to
tainment given by tire Masonic fratarn- run:
ity is always a Nuccess.
OUR SEW “AD.” '
Wo 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
what we can fulfill.
Wo are not winding up our business but
intend to keep right on selling Drugs Pat
ent Medicines, Stationery, School Books, etc.,
as long as the people of Yamhill county hon
or us with their patronage.
When you come to our store we guarantee
to give you prompt and courteous attention
and the lowest price possible. Very Respect
ROGERS & TODD,
Entry for each dog will be 25
The Garden Festival.
The course will be two miles, the
Tho festival given Friday night under
FOB THE HOLIDAYS.
F ine B irds .—Wednesday evening
the auspices of the Home Social club distance to be decided by the judges.
Cooper Rrooks killed three fine white
was a very pleasant affair, and reflects
Three judges are to be appointed
swan. The birds had been seen in the
much credit to the originators of the by the proprietor of the T elephone ,
lake in the neighborhood of J.E. Brooks’
idea. As the people purchased their
who understand the running of
and Cooper laid in wait for them, they
numbers a nice button-hole boquet was
lit in tho pond and ho holding a fir
presented to them by a fairy nymph, bounds.
bough in front of him walked with 60
The race to be run over two differ
whose name in fain’ language is Narcis
Special reduction of 25 per cent, on all cloaks and wraps in tho
yards of them. At tho first shot ho kill
sus, but whose eaitlily name is J. E. ent tracks.
ed two, when they rose he killed anoth
Brooks. The history of Narcissus is a
er. The largest one weighed 13%
Special reduction in clothing department of 10 per cent.
poetic one, read it. Upon entering the
the track to get cold before a pack
pounds and measured 8 feet from tip to
Umbrellas for everybody in prices ranging from 50 cents to $5 each.
hall you were transported to th« midst
tip, and 54 inches from the point of the
Ladies’ gossamers, gent’s rubber and oil clothing, boots and shoes,
of a tropical forest, the Oregon mist and is run over it.
bill to the point of tho tail. The other
The total number of hounds en hats, caps, etc.
weighed 12% pounds and 5 feet 4 inches
McMinnville mud had vanished. It
from tip to tip. The smallest, a female
Ladies’ dress goods’ trimming a spccialy, both in quality and prico.
took but a little imagination to picture tered to be divided into packs not
weighed ten pounds and measured 7 feet
pretty sights, surrounded by so mmj
Full line of gents furnishing goods.
from tip to tip. The largest will be
beautiful flowers, etc. The representa
Fresh groceries of all kinds by the small or large quantity. Fino
tive ot this paper completely gave him
No man shall enter more than teas, coffees and spices. Special prize tea and prize baking powder for
self up to the bewitching jiower and
the holiday trade.
llow to Tell tho Age of Any sank into a mesmeric trance in which two dogs in each pack.
lie could see the slender form and ruddy
Fine line of crockery, both pltun and decorated.
Each dog to have a distinct color
A well established Millinery business
face of Nostor (L. II. Cook) surrounded
and examine these goods before purchasing elsewhere.
by several fem.il« nvinps, all of whom
in tl-.e thriving city of McMinnville, rea
There is a good deal of amusement in wore playing iu the hranches of a ger benefit of the judges in determining
sons (or selling out fixtures and goods,
All those owing accounts will settle same before the elose of the
anium. We were suddenly aroused
too much business, having charge of a
from our pleasant and mystic dream by the winning dog.
Old Year and take an even start with the IIAPl’Y NEW YEAR.
restaurant. For particulars call on or It will enable you to tell how old the a mass of I.amiae whose charms we
The dogs to be judged on a
Mas. H. P. S tuabt ,
young ladies ar*. Just hand this table were afraid of. After listening to their
Opposite Grange store.
to a young lady and request hor to tell attempt to ensnaia us, we silently de straight course, not at the end of
you in which column or columns her parted. Tho club extends thanks to the the ruu.
Consequently Bmdr.cbs is Booming at the
persons who so kindly furnished flowers
| PK NEP It 1’oot and Shoe store. lam now
age is contained, and add together tho and
No men allowed to follow the
|ore 1 »ared to meet my old friends andpatrona
shrubbery and to the public for
Fana treat them with the best quality of
Two lots with good house, well, and figures at the top of the columns in their liberal patronage, Tho net receipts dogs after the turn loose.
Boots and Shoes in the market, at the low-
barn, situated in a desirable part of the which her age is found, and you have for the evoning were $43.80.
est possible living prices, and made out of
^the best material I will not sell you boots
city of MeMinhville Or. A good war
which the coyote was led.
A Merry Christmas.
and shoes that are tanned by the not liquor
rantee deed will be given to purchaser. to be 17, you will find that number in
process Save your money and buy your
Boots and Shoes where you will not be im
The terms are cash. For information
Editor of W est S ide T elephone how
upon No charge made for sewing
The winning dog of each pack to
concerning this property call at the T el figures
rips on goods that I sell. Sign of the BIG
ephone office, McMinnville, Or.
the magic tabla :
be kept under the supervision of
___BOOT opposito the Grange Store, McMinn-
self, I had a good time.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
A party of eight, consisting of Mrs. J. the judges until the final race for
Todd and daughter, E. W. Wallace and the cup.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
wife, Miss Elma Woodard, of Olympia,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcere. Sait Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Miss Cora Wallace, myself and wife,
property of a dog owner until the
Chilblains, Cerns, and all Skin Erupt
were invited toadinnerat JcsepbTodd’a.
ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
Although the storm raged outside, the same dog has won the cup three
If so be sure und cal! for your ticket»
pay required. It is guaianteed to give
H JB2L ZD Q.TT ASTEES
sou Bhone in the house after the presents successive times.
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
were received. After thia was over the
Price 25 cents per box. RogersA Todd.
All persons living in the county
tables was leaded with everthing the have the privilege of challenging
Queen Esther Concert.
palate could desire. By the way there
the winning dog for a contest one
is one of the finest cooks at that place
To be given Tuesday and Wednesday
by tho name of----- , well I guess I hud month after each race until one
evenings, the 10th and 11th of January
better not tell his name but will give liis has won the cup threo successive
initials Jarret Tod 1. Some of the girls
at the Opera house, conducted by Prof.
W. J. Crawford and Prof. Carl Young,
if they are not good cooks themselves.
property of the person owning the An Immense Stock of Beautiful It is positively the shortest and fluent
assisted by ovor fifty of the best Bingers
C. A. W allace .
line to Chicago and the east and- south and
of the community. Admission 50 cents,
The above mentioned young man has champion dog.
the only sleeping and dining car through
children 25 cents. Doors open at 7 o’clock
struck the right community. We pro
The person winning the cup at
sharp. Tickets at city drug store and
gnosticate thet he is a married man in
Oinalift, KatiRas* City, and all Missouri
all races has the privilege of taking
at the door.
the cup away from the T erephone A Bewildering Vision of the Latest
Meeting of the Temperance Al
Its magnificent steel track, unsurpassed
58 ’ 58
train service1 ,ami elegant dining and
In the county court of the state of Ore office upon depositing the cost of
and Prettiest Novelties.
sleeping car» has honestly earned for it the
gon, for the county of Yamhill.
In the matter of the cstute [■ Citation.
Ths Yambill county Temperance al
Adeline Fullquartz, deceased.
liance will covene^ at McMinnville, on
The Iloyal Ttoute
To Seawood Fullquartz, Mary Logsdon, the cup is returned for transfer to
Suitable Gifts for Big and Little, Others may imitate,but none can surpass it.
Wednesday, January 18, 18S8, at 1:30 p.
Thia should be cut out anil kept as it erbrook, Clementena Easterbrook, Amy J,
Our motto is “always on time ”
is a sure thing on the age. It will pro Easterbrook and Edgar F.astcrbrook, and the cup three successive times.
Great and Small!
Article 6 ¡of constitution reads: All
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickets
duce much aiuusomentthese cold winter to The Oregon Mortgage company limited
temperance and religious organizations
of Scotland, R. Livingston, resident agent
via this celebrated route and take none
nights while you are ata dance or party. and attorney in fact Portland, Oregon, and
W H MEAD, G A.
T elephone oflico before January 20.
shall be entitled to representation in this
Samuel G Scanlon.
No. 4 Washington street, Portland, Or.
Lite and Death.
Tne race to take place at the Everybody Delighted Because My
Aricle 7 reads : The basis of represen
In the name of the state of Oregon, you
are hereby cited and required to appear In McMinnville Fair grounds on Sat
tation shall be one delegate for every 20 Oh 1 wliat is death, has science solved,
Prices for the Most Appropri
the county court of the state of Oregon, for urday, January 21.
members, or fraction over ten of the or
Just what it is to live or die?
the county of Yamhill, at the court room
ganization sending delegates.
ate Gifts are Below com
How mind to matter is resolved,
thereof, i n the county of Yamhill, on Tues
All dog owners who have entered
C. 1’. B ishop , Sec’y.
day, the 6th day of March 1888, at ten
And how. and when, and why?
parison and compe
o'c lock in the forenoon of tliatday, andtben dogs will be admitted free.
and there to show cause if nny there lie why
Oh! who can tell, has any seen
ceetain real estate belonging to said estate
be not sold as prayed for in the petition of entered for all the races for the oup,
The boundary line that livs between
Dec. 27, 1887.
B. II. Bowman, executor of said estate duly
This life and fleeting breath?
December 10. 1887, said real estate be- here is only one entrance fee to be
Wbea-lile begins and where ends death? filed
in described as follows to-wit: The south
Plenty of docks.
Come and See if You Want to Save |
half of tho donation land claim of Adeline paid.
River bank full.
How our gallant bark,witli sails unfurled Fullquartz and the heirs nt law of Seawood
deceased, notification No 1041
Rides o’er thecalmand peacelul wave, Fullquartz
Christmas very dull.
No. 70, being parts of sections 35 and grounds at McMinnville or place
Her steam and smoke all graceiulcurled claim
Several of our young people attended
But quickly finds a grave.
parts of sections one and two ill T 4 8 It 4 designated by the proprietor of the
In the City.
the dance at the Ojiera house last Fri
W Willamette meridian, said south half of
day night; they report a good time.
-aid claim containing 319 91-100 acres in T elephone .
Proud science yet has never solved
Yamhill county, Oregon.
The problem we call death,
The decisions of the judges to be A most Complete Assortment of
Mr. Jolly and family are spending the
Witness the lfon, Lowell Lougliary
holidays with friends and relatives in Though earth on axis has revolved
English Remedy for Coughs.
Plain and Fancy Crockery!
(,<a ) state of Oregon, for the county of
Forest Grove Nov. 16th.
Tho admittance to tho fair
— Yamhill, and the seal of said court
John Thurman, of Amity, is visiting 1 jja8 mortal mind yet ever told
Wo use Ackers English Remedy in oar
heretofore affixed, this llth day ot Decem grounds will be 25 cents. All hound
in this neighborhood.
How light to darkness fades;
ber. A. D , 1887.
family whenever wo are troubled with
G eo W B biedwell , Clerk
coughs, sore throats, nod we consider it
Kruse Pollard, lately from W. T., When hands and face grow pale and cold
F enton A F enton , Atty's for estate 36t5
Beneath death’s silent shades.
the best and most reliable coug medicine
»topped in the neighborhood a few days
whose dog is the fastest. The race Complete Dinner sets, 100 pieces.
we have ever used.
on his way home to big Nestucca.
Notice For Publication.
E. C. Hughes,
will be run on a plan which will
Mr. Durham killed a hog eighteen We are born, we die, in bloom we fade,
Cups and Saucers from 5 cents up
L and O ffick at Oregon City. Or , I
months old, that weighed 400 pounds We come, we go, in duet are laid
Dec 24, 1RS7.4
Acker’s preparation for sale by Geo. W.
What lieB beyond to us not shown,
Notice is hereby give
ven that the following- ' nate . The dogs will run on their Mugs from 5 cents upward.
Ear hath not beard, foot hath not gone. named settler has filed
Christmas comes but anca a year;
tion to make final proof in support of bis merits and best dog is sure to win. Dolls from 2 cents upward.
If but once in four, I would shed a tear.
dc - ....
that said proof win
Should it ever coute and bring the same, For knowledge such as this I crave,
fore the County Judge or Clerk of Yamhill ’’ G want to 8CC (logs from all parts Linen ABC Books 5 cents.
Dr. J. II. NELSON, Dentist
county, Oregon, at Lafayette, Oregon, on of the county for the medal is to be Genuine Meershauin Goods "direct
As it did this time of snow storm and
Rooms over First National Rank, in Mo-
I wail my time beyond the grave
Saturday. February 25,
from Mftr. -
In the far off bye and bye.
Hanniford. homestead entry. No. 4885, for given to the best dog in the county
O bserver .
Charges Moderate ami Consistent.
the H W 1-4 of N E 1-4 and lot 2 of icc. 10. and every kennel should be repre Red Lino Poets (cloth), 75 cents
Mas. I. I. H andley .
T 2 8 R 4 W.
lias thalatest Discovery for the I’ainlesa
Hillsboro, Or., Dec. 26, 1887.
He names the following witnesses to sented.
extraction of Teeth.
Standard (12 mos’), 50 each.
J oke , all R ound .—The fishermen of prove his continuous residence upon, and NO HORSES WILL BE ADMIT
cultivation of. said land, viz: Samuel Gil
TED INSIDE THE FAIR
----- Q -----
Oregon City have been pestered a gieat pin. George Taylor, Orin Porter and Taylor
deal lately by thieves, who swoop down Thomas, of Gaston P. O Washington
on their nets at night and carry off their
1 salmon. One of them set a watch the
A Sound Legal Opinion
The County Seat Question is now a‘ Settled Fact,
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
w ra we ;
G. E. DETMERING.
Dry Goods House
other evening, and his vigilance was re
warded by trapping one Newton Gra You cannot afford to waste time In ex
ham in the act. Graham laughed heart perimenting when your lungs are in danger.
I Conauption always (teems, at fir*t only a
ily over the matter, and explained that cold Do not permit any dealer to impose
the affair was no more serious than a I upon you with some clieap'imitation of Dr
jeke. The fisherman was equally King's New Discovery for consumption,
ughs and colds, but bt sure you get the
pleased—at his capture, and in a jocular
nuine. Because he ran make more profit
mood caused the arrest of Graham for
may tell you he has something just as
j larceny. The justice ot the peace be
«>■1. or just the same Don’t be deceived,
fore whom the culprit was brought w,is
t insist on getting Dr. King's New Dis-
a jolly fellow and in a mirthful nay fln-
very, which is guaranteed to give relief
all throat, lung and chest affections.
f Jfr.Vtnnrute after a Graham for his exploit, the fine and Trial
Lottie» free at Roger* A Todd,» (6)
1 costs amounting to $32.
nd of New Year Calle.
E. Bainltridge Munday Ksq, Countv Atty.
Clay Co., Tex. says: “Have used Electric Candy and Nuts, Choice Fresh
Bitters with most happy results
brother also was very low with Malaria
fever and Jaundice, but was cured by time
ly use of this medicine Am satisfied that
Electric Bitters saved his life ”
Mr I) 1. Wilcoxson, of Horse Cave Ky.,
adds a like testimony, saying: He positive CALL EARLY TO GET CHOICE
ly believes he would have died, ban it not
been for Electric Bitters
This great remedy will ward off, as well
as cure all Malaria diseases ami fojr all
kidney, liver and stomach? disorders stands
nneatialed. Price fiOc. and fl at Roger» &
Garrison Block, McMinnville, Or.
The best market in the city
r\ fine line of nu'iito, Inclihlinx Lard, Tal
low, Mincemeat, B.won. Bolognas, Hausaffe
and Fish iiiseaavn Old Bungasher build
4X\ A and reliable Medic inert are the beat
VJVvv to depend u pen. Acker's Blood EU
< n prescribed for years for allhn-
Tft lie Blood. Incvcr/fermofScrof-
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