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„ . .Sl>, ACf JUNES. 1878.—1
I A EST SiDE TELEPHONE, i The
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H) Ürfgl I i r' bv K''en ll,ut
B«»tic,e11d,1. I>rovismnsof the act of Cou-
Ji t<8. entitled "A" ar t for
Be*oi * tim> er fonds 111 tlie
S Nevada ami Wasl hrg-
, h N Hartley of East
yuitnoinrjh, state of
i.t< tlri- 'lav lih’d H'1' o,n'-,1 1,1!‘
\o 2(X). (or the purchase
t 4 and N of fJ E 1-4of
■ lbe .¿as’ R 8 W and will offer pr.rot to
■'Jthat'tii'e la'"' »«"«‘‘‘i8 ,',or<; v.ulT
,,r stone than (or agrtcul-
mid to establish Ills claim
»'•'A’Tnd before the IRg^ter nnd-lle-
• ” (this office at Oregon City, Oregon,
EïJidly he ¿0. day ofjuue. A 1> 1.8.«.
witnesses: John G Hart-
■ He"“"' ‘ Umllev. Walter Smith and
Kn Ed»8rd", 1111 oi East PortI“1“1’ Ure’
B“?’.« .nd all persons claiming adversely
■,A"lk“e<lcs<'ri|H'4 lands are requested to
Ktheirebims in this office on or before
Ed 29th day ot June. 18^
LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN
ABOUT THE CITY.
weigim 325 pounds.
For Fruit Jars go to C. A. Wallace A
Read Rogcf3 A Todds tiedr adj in tills i
Rock Candy Drip Syrup at C. A. Wal
lace & Son’s. Try it.
Queen Victoria has been ma le a col
onel in the German Army.
For your paper.
Hia only place which you can get the
glass lamp wick is at Wallace A Son's.
Farmers have enough rain.
Talmage and daughter,
The Osborne binder is the best.
2w Miss Ella 1\ oods,
1 «turned home Thurs
Read Al. Hussey’s new ad in this is day week.
Stewart & Runnels have the contract
The roof is bsing put on Barnekoff’s tor getting the rock for the now school
First Ciar' EasayS itivi Oration«.—Slavic
Th© comuiencemont exercises of the
McMinnville College was held in Hie
chapel oi that institution. Wednesday
«veiling, commencing at 8 p. ni.. The
chapel had been most beantifully deco
rated with evergreens and flowets. Thr
motto letters of green shewed with fiua
effect with its background of white.
Tlio motto was, “ cogita bene , DS1X
GEHE.” Tha room p.ejented a very
cheerful and bright appearance, The
room was filed with friends of the grad
uates and students of the college, while
on the stage I’rof. Brownson and tho
trustees of tlie college wire seated.
The exercisss were opened with a spii ited
rendition of “Tripping Through the
Meadows,” by Miss Alta Porter and
Miss Nina Latouretto. Prayer was then
offered by Rev. Woody. Mrs. Hender
son, Mies Sparry and Mrs. Tucker sane
"Mermaids Evening Song,” with effect
and were heartily encored. After the
mentioned exercise., Prof. Brownson
called the name of Georgs L. Maddox,
who steppd upon the stage and ad
dressed the audience. Ths subject was
“Educated Men in American Society.
Nick, as lie is called by hie associates,
delivered a good oration. 11a said that
all men, no matter how talented they
may be should have as a foundation, a
good education. By having a good ed
ucation, they were at once ready to take
charge of affairs which without an edu
cation they could not touch. V|«jn the
completion of the oration, Mr. Maddock
was presented with several fine boquets
of Howers. Tho next to be called upon
was Miss Alta Porter, who read an essay
on "Sand, Salt and Sugar.” The essay
was good and was based on the idea
that from little things we rise. Miss
Porter was presented with several fine
boqnets. Prof. Crawford sang "My
Marguerite.” He was in good voice
and sang it as only a good singer can.
John R. Sanders then stepped upon the
rostrum and delivered an oration on
Washington Irvinir. This oration was
verv good and treated Washington Irving
as being the greatest writer of the age,
both in history and in humorous writ
ings. Miss Ida Skinner’s essay on “The
Coral Builders,” was good. It was well
written and was delivered in good style.
Miss Belle Johnson and Mrs. Brownsoil
then rendered on th*» piano, "Caprice
Hongrois,” a most difficult piece of mu
sic by Ketterer. They went through it
nicely and it was a treat to the people
who like this class of music. The only
graduate from the collegiate department
John F, Clarke, stepped up and address
ed the audience on "Trusts.” This
oration was practical and showed study
of the affairs ef life as well as
of the courses usually taught in college.
This finished the graduates and they
were called upon the rostrum and the
diplomas delivered te them. Mrs.
Brownson and Mr. Sanders then sang
"A Night in Venice,"and tho programme
of the evening was then finished. Sev
eral of the trustees addressed tho audi
ence. Rev. Jordan addressed the presi
dent and ths trustees in spirited mauner.
After this the audience was dismissed.
A reception was given in tho rooms ol
Mrs. Brownson. The commencement
exercises will bo remembered by all who
Buckkifs Arnica Salve.
The Best Halve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, I
Fever Sores, Tetter, (’happed Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erupt- ,
ions, and positively cures Files, or no
Pay required. It is guaranteed to give!
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. |
price 25 cents per box. RogersATodd. |
For Toilet Use.
Ayer’s Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft
and pliant, imparts to It the lustre and
freshness of youth, causes It to grow
luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures
all scalp diseases, and is tho most clean
ly of all hair preparations.
AVFR’Q Hair Vigor has given mo
«• • tn O perfect satisfaction. I was
nearly bald for six years, during which
time I used many hair preparations, but
without success. Indeed, what little
hair I had was growing thinner, until
I tried Ayer’s Hair Vigor. I used two
bottles of the Vigor, and my head is now
woll covered with a new growth of hair.
— Judson B. Chapel, Peabody, Mass.
UAID that has become weak, gray,
ilritll aQd faded, may have new life
and color restored to it by the use of
Ayer’s Hair Vigor. •• My hair was thin,
faded, and dry, and fell out in large
quantities. Ayer’s Hair Vigor stopped
the falling, and restored my hair to its
original color. As a dressing for the
hair, tills preparation has no equal__
Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, Miuii.
VlfiOR y°uth> and beauty, in tho
V lUUll, appearance of the hair, may
be preserved for an indefinite period by
the use of Ayer’s Hair Vigor. •• A dis
ease of the scalp caused my hair to be
come harsh aud dry, and to fall out
freely. Nothiug I tried seemed to do
me any good until I commenced using
Ayer’s Hair Vigor. Three bottles of
this preparation restored my hair to a
healthy condition, and it is now soft
and pliant. My scalp is cured, mid it
is also free from dandruff. — Mrs. E. R.
Foss, Milwaukee, Wis.
"Casterta is M>weU adapted to chUdren that | Caatoria emre Colle. CoaHlpatlon,
I recommend it aa superior to anr prracnoUoa I Boor Stomach, I>iarriu»at EnieteUoa,
kaowa to me.“
IL A. A«xt M. D„
111 80. Qxfort 8U, Breoktya, N. T.
| Without Injurious taodloalka.
Lyle Wright is quite sick with bilious
Quick Savle, Small Prophit and
piompt payment i»the Mottowe ofC. A.
W. i Son.
Osborne binder twine, the best in the
market, at Martin ¿t Sanders.
C. Griesen's ice cream parlors, back
of the Frst National bank. Mrs. E. J.
Wells in charge.
finished within two weeks.
E mber un », act junk Vitn«.-
John Lou:s Rogers’ speech was a fea
A goodly number of dollars were ture
f " otice ron ruBLdCATiox.
of the’students Reunion, Wednes
wagered on the horse race Monday.
fviTE» S tatss L akb O ffice ,
Oregon Chy. Or, March 29, 1888. f
Miss Maggie Rediuond is at work in
11ns office is turning out a large
I Notice is hereby given that in eompli- tlie First National Bank of this citv.
amount of job work. Do not foiget to
n,« with tire provisions of the act of Con-
The ratification meeting of our friends bring your work to us.
E^ofJuneS, t8'8. entitled "An act for
I have gone into the Clothing business. I am now read}- to supply
did not materialize Saturday night.
K,e,ale of t''»ber I“’"'“,111 t'1,0 » :ltS’8
A large number of the students left
your wants with Big Bargains in Mens’ and Boys’ suits, Pants, etc.
¡lliforaia. Oregon. Nevada and M ashing-
C. C. Booth, of Little Elk, Benton yesterday morning for tiisir homes.
lini Territory,’7 Thomas llartrey of hast
My motto will be “Small profits and Quick sales.
Ipnrtland county of Multnomah, state of county, is visiting relatives in this city. The tow n looks deserted.
IrheL’o:' baa this day filed in this office his
Dr. H. V. V. Johnson returned from
Born.—To the wife of Morris Fletcher,
I. worn statement No 2G1. for the purchase
. hèsand N E J4 of 8 W h and S >, of on Thursday, June 7, a boy. Weight 12 Tygh valley, Friday. He intends to
here iu tlie future.
Is E '/ of see !'►. T -’ 8, R8 IV, and will offer
I have but mv foot down on high prices to begin with. I have bought
nroof*to show that tlie land sought is more
the land was leveled into the sea
Tire monflily meeting of the directors
Lluable for its timber or stone than for
my stock for Cash, and that talks you know. Good Mens’ suits from.
»..rieultarul purposes, anil to establish his
$10. upwards. Boys’ suits from $4. upwards, Mens’ pi<nts, good and'
au average depth of one mile.
Xim to said land before the Register and held Monday.
[Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Ore-
durable at $3.50 per pair. Come and sec me. I can please you. In’
gmr, on Friday, the 29th day of June, A, D.
Mens’, Ladies’ and Childrens’ shoes my stock is larger than ever to suit
from an extended visit in the east, now ol Chehalis, W. T., has been in th«
city during tho last week visiting bis par
1SHenames us witnesses: Joseph N. Hart Thursday morning.
the times. PIONEER BOOT and SHOE STORE. Opposite the Granger
le« John G Hartley, Walter 8mlth and
Store. I’. F. BROWNE.
The corner stone of the court house
John Edwards, all of East Portland, Ore-
Prof. Crawford has resigned his posi
will be laid on July 4th. It will be laid
tion in tho Baptist college of this city.
K°"nv and all persons claiming adversely with Alasonic rites.
Mr. E. Nortbup, of New York, has been
the above-described lands are requested to
The young ladies have baroins well procured to teach in his place.
file their claims in this office on or before
di illed in t he sabre drill under the teach
eaid 29th day of June, 1888
Bold by Druggists and Perfumers.
Remember that C. A. Wallace i Son
ing of J. C. Cooper.
W, T. B urney ,
carry tho largest and best selected stock
A pr27:10_______________ Register.
P erfect S afety , prompt action, and
Mo’ rain, mo’ hay. Martin & San of Groceries and Crockeryware in the
TIMBER I.AND, ACT J’JNK 3, 1878.— ders’ mowers won’t mo’ rain but they county, and do not propose to be under
wonderful curative properties, easily
notice for publication .
are jo-dandies for mowing hay.
2w sold by anyone.
place Ayer’s Pills at the head of the list
UsiTKn S tates L anp O ffice ,
of popular remedies for Sick and Nerv
Damon Sawj’er has bought of Martin
Oregon City, Or., March 29, 1888. [
ous Headaches, Constipation, and all ail
Sanders a fine wagonette. It pre neat wagonetto tor tlie carrying of per
Notice is hereby given that in compli •&
ments originating in a disordered Liver.
ance with the provisions of the net of Con sents quite a metropolitan appearance. sons around the county. It is very
In spite of the cry HARD TIMES we are doing a good trade. In
gress of June 3. 1878, entitled "An act for
I have been a great sufferer from
Mrs. I’orter, of Oregon City, mother pretty. He bought it from Martin i
Headache, and Ayer’s Cathartic Pills spite of the Uproar and frantic efforts of our competitors our business
the sale of timber lands in tire states of of Miss Alta Porter, attended the corn- Sanders, price $385.
are the only medicine that has ever is constantly increasing. The people know that we Bell only pure and'
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
Miss Alsea Baker brought to this of
given me relief. One dose of these Pills reliable Drugs and Medicines and at prices as low as good goods can has
ton Territory.” John G. Hartley of East meneeuicnt exercises at the Baptist col
will quickly move my bowels, and free
Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
my head from pain. — William L. Page, sold.
Oregon, has this rlay tiled in this office his
and size would bo hard to match. They
«ivorn statement No, 259, for the purchase city on Monday, attending the meeting were delicious and we thank our young
Our stock of Hair and Cloth Brushes, Tooth Brushes. Combs, P op -
of tlie N W 1-4 of see, 15, T 2 S, It 8 W, and
friend for remembering us.
fumery, Toilet Soaps, etc., a’int big enough to make much fuss about',
offer proof to show that the land sought is of tlie directors of the McMinnville Na
more valuable for its timber or stone than tional bank.
The need ol merit promoting person
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 8c Co., Lowell, Maas.
but we know we can suit you when you come to see us.
Bold by all Dealers In Medicine.
for agricultural purposes, rind to establish
al comeliness, is du« to J. C. Ayer & Co.,
ROGERS & TODD,
Iris claim to saiil land Ircfore the Register
whose Hair Vigor is a universal heauti-
and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, body invited. Posters will be ont soon. fier of the hair. Harmless, affective and
City Drug Store..
Oregon, on Friday, tlie 29th day of June, Several races will be made to take place agreeable, it ranks among the indespon-
on that day.
A » 1888
sable toilet articles.
He names as witnesses: Joseph N. Hart
For sale.—A complete set of butcher
ley, Thomas Hartlev, Walter Smith and
In chronic diseases, medicines should
John Edwards, all of East Portland, Ore
good location for business. Enquire of be restoring, and not debilitating, in
action. Tlie wonderful strength
Any and all persons claiming adversely A. MePhillips.
ening and curative effects realized froai
the above-described lands aro requested
The Tillamook Headlight has reaehed the use of Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, sustain
to file their claims in this office on or before
ns owing to the kindness of J. G. Day. the reputation of this remedy as the
said 29tb day of June, 1888
W T BttnNEY,
This is a n»w publication and a very most popular blood purifier.
J. D. Fenton, the county surveyor, in
Mr. D. B. Adam««. Union. 8outh Carolina,
Henry Gee, of Bellevue, was kicked order to settle the difference of opinion
writes: “ 1 was afflicted with a terrible case
of blood poison for about thirteen month*. X
on the ¡oft thigh by a vicious horse here between Mr. Willis’ property and
waf« treated by tho beat physicians, and used
Notice is hereby given that the under Tuesday morning. No bones broken the present site for the school house, run
various kinds of remedies, but received no
signed has been duly appointed executor of
the level, Friday, and found that the
Specific, and about four bottle* cured me
the last will and testament of Robert Stow but severely bruised.
sound and well.”
deceased, by the county court of Yamhill
THE HOUSE RACE.
W. V. Price the photographer, will
Col. B. n. Klcser, editor end proprietor of
county, Oregon. . Therefore all persons take’eabinets for $.3.00 per dozen until present sito for tlie school house,
the Optlika, Al*., TYrne*, under date of
August 8, 18S7. write*:
‘’When I wa»
manning,« “Binger Hermann“ Wins In
having claims against said estate arc here
by notified to present them with proper the first of July. Call and get your pict
3:11 3-4 and 3:30.
tracted a <1 i8ca.se which lias stuck to
whose pictures have given such general
vouchers to the undersigned at the law of ure taken while they are cheap.
nic for years. Some fivo or six yean
»Ince I was troubled with pains, so as to
fice of Fenton & Fenton. McMinnville, Or-
Monday was the day set for tho race
make it diftteull for me to walk. H s M m
cun, within six months from the 18th day at tho mouth of tho Cowlitz river this be here four davs, tlie 4th 5th 6th and between Dr. E. E. Goucher’s horse
advertised the S. S. S. in my paper for several
years, I concluded I would try it to soo If
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7th of July. He will bo prepared to
there was any efficacy in the medicine. I
J baac L ambright , Executor aforesaid, year. This will save a large number of tHke all kinds of pictures. The gallery “John M. Gearin” and 8. A. Manning’s
commenced uidug It according to direction*
logs which heretofore have born lost.
F en ion it F enton . Attvs for estate.
and u-ed half dozen bottles. I was once at a
is over Detnieriug’s store. Satisfaction "Binger Hermann.” The horses have
waystation and. getting left, I walked the
seven miles and Lave never felt any return
We know of nothing t'nat will thresh assured.
been in training for t wo weeks and were
of the old malady. After experiencing the
BOOKS! STATIONERY!! more grain than a good, healthy Cy Mr. F.manuel Nortbup who lias been in fair condition. The judges were John
good effects I must haj- I am »atlsfled with
the result. I am sixty eight years of age and
clone. Martin & Sanders have one that settled upon bv the trustees of the Mc- Hulery, John Redmond and 8. Lucas.
I feel now like a young man andean go to
was captured in tlie east. Cali and see Minnnville college as the next teacher
the case when necessary and set up from six
to eight, thousand ein* without uuy incon
-*• in the place Prof. Crawford resigned, is
venience. I bend you this without solicit»»
J. A. C. Freund, B. F, Sparks and a graduate of Madison University, of
Mr. F. Woehl, 211 North Avenue, Chicago,
under date of June 12, 1887. write»: “I deem
John Baker were the delegates from Hamilton, New York, class of ’79. He horses broke but not much. Hermann
it my duty to thank you for 1ho euro I re-
cpb ed from your excellent madid tie. I coa
this Masonic lodge to Hie meeting of the is also a graduate of the Chicago came under the wire two lengths ahead.
ti seted a very severe ease of blood poison
Musical Instruments of All grand lodge in Portland, on Wednesday Theological Seminary, class ’83.
ing about two years ago. Hearing of your
medicine, I went to a drug store, the pro
prietor of which persuaded me to buy a
preparation of his own, which he said was
A good race will be trotted on the 4th Ladie. of Sheridan, some bacon which
a sure cure. I used six bottles of his stuff
The only house of its kind in the county. at the fair ground between Dr. Gal is extraordinary in size and weight. Guarin by Del Martin. For the second
and grew worse all the time. At last I got
dlsgiHted and despaired of a cure. I met a
The MeMinnvills News Co. ’
breath's 3-year-old Altamont Colt, J. F. The two sides weighed 125}^ pjunds;
friend who told me that your medicine had
Bryan put in the sulky, The horBes
cured Lira. I went to the same druggist
again and demanded your medicine. lie re
pounds. The hog from which this bacon went under the wire with Hermann at
luctantly sold me twelve bottles, and I am
year-old filly, Flora Temple.
now perfectly chred. I write this for ths
was made was a Jersv Red. Very few the pole and Gearin a little in the lead.
benefit of sutVcrew, to prevent their being
T he T elephone has the largest coun hogs in this country will equal it.
deceived by false representations. I thank
Just at the first turn Gearin toak the
ty circulation of any paper in the county.
you again for the benefit derived from your
Mr. William Holl, of this city, is try
Farmers, when you want to sell your
l»r. ,J. N. Chenev, a prominent physician,
residing in Ellaville, Schley County, Georgia,
stick or advertise in any manner, re ing to raise a subscription for the pur
In a letter recounting tho infallible success
pose of getting a few German singing
member the above statement.
has in cm Ing contagious blood poison
birds and turning them loose in this mann about a length behind. Heat
cases lu his extensive practice, writes:
♦•Those who know the almost inevitable,
The bids for the school house were as neighborhood. A society lias been or given to Gearin. Time 3:21.
permanently dangerous effects of mercury
follows: 8. Post, $10,625: C. K. Cook & ganized in Portland composed of the
The third heat was driven by the
will welcome your discovery of 8. 8. 8. as a
boon to humauity. The medical profession,
Son. $9,650; Simpson & Daniels, $9,900; : leading German citizens, whose purprae same drivers, lioise.n went under the
always wary of proprietary medicines, Is
G. W. Pierce, $9,550 ¡11. Schenk. $9,436. is to import a number of German birds wire with Gearin leading. At ths first
«■cmlug slow ly, and In some cases secretly,
to the uh « of 8. 8. B. in eases of blood dls-
Mr. Schenk being the lowest bidder, the and turn them loose in this country. tarn Hermann broke and lost nearly
ord-T. Of course a medicine that cures
L< ihoiilng in it*» worst form must purify the
contract was awarded to him.
This is a good idea of Mr. Holl’s, and it 2'X> feet, he finally settled down to a
lood of every disorder.”
trot and passed Gearin at the
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
8. A. Manning and E. E. Goucher would be but a fow years before this steady
2 irk S wift . specific Co.,
have arranged another race between section would be full of the sweet song- wire a winner by about 3 lengths. Time
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
Hermann and »Gearin
The purse is sters.
GLASSWARE, $200. The race will be trotted on the
Great are wonders of the Telephone.
a skip. This race has created
4th of July on the fair association’s A physician reports to Gillard’s Med made
much excitement, there being $102 in
ical Journal that he was saved a two- the purse besides outside bets to the C\\ A and reliable Medicine« are the beat
Cherries from Riverside farm furnish inile ride through a driving storm the amount of $4:)0. The track is in fine XJVKx todependupon. Acker’s Blood El
night by having the patient, a conditio« and tho association should re ixir has been prescribed for years for all lm-
ed fresh through the season and deliver
ed to any place within city limits for child, brought to the instrument nnd ceive praiso for their efforts toward puritiesofthoBlood. InoveryformofScrof
30 cts. per gallon. Leave orders with held ttiere until it coughed. He diag making McMinuville the center of tlie ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is
state, for we can justly claim the beet
Ja-slie Laughlin at Detmering’s store
and they shall jeceive prompt attention. turpeth mineral, and turned in for an track m the state. Next Saturday tlie Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
undisturbed sleep during the remainder race will be run between Bryan’s Glen
The bridge on the North Yamhill near of tho night. He found the patient in Howard and Dudley’s Jerdan, for $100
Trullinger’B mill is m a bad condition the morning doing nicelv—under the a side. A large number of fine horses
—Has opened a—
and will be repaired. The county court care of another doctor.
can be seen by going to tlie fair grounds.
let tiie contract Monday to Roy nJ, &
It will pay any one who is a lover of fine
Rudder, ol Lafayette, for $340. Tlie
horses to go over there and look at
b' idge is to be completed by the first of
The races at the coming county
some of tbom were headed out before them.
—I hove opened a full stock of—
In Mrs. II P. Stuarts old stand Meals July.
aro sura to be good ones. Several
tlie warm spell and lbe hot sun has fair
< J ROCE LIES.
at all hours. Meals 25 ccn's.
Mr. Mart Hallett, who has a stable of blighted it. It is not fit for anything horses there can trot below 2 :40.
horses at the fair grounds, was seriously only hay. He also brought in several
THE SCHOOL DIFFICVLTT.
kicked in the breast by a hors« Tuesday j heads which headed out alter the warm
noon Ha was thought to be seriously weather and they are nice and hard and The Directors are on the Winning Hide.
Castoria is recommended by physicians injured and Dr. Goucher was called and j will make good wheat. Several large
The other day D. Stout, who has been
for children teething It is a purely veget reports nothing very serious, no inter-
—- — ” •- its • ingredients are
Held« of wheat in this vicinity which very energetic in getting signatures to a
— A fine line of—
headed out before the warin weather
Hshet id around
It — u f pleasant
I nal injuries.
-..v. taste umi
’uittvv harmless. It re-
A Maine druggist has put up a pre- j
reffi ’ulates the bowels, scription which is probably the only one Tlie crop in this section is uncertain at call a school meeting and change the lo-
|.aiu, cures iliarrli
fliarrbcea And wind colic,
the kind on record. The doctor who the present time. Between tlie cold . cation of the school house. Thursday
allays feverishness, destroys worms, and of
prevents convulsions, soothes the child and made it wrote: “Please put up enough : weather of the early spring, the outlook I a notice was served on the directors to
Notice to Contracto».
Cives it refeshing and natural sleep. Cas- eppicack to throw up an eight-year-o d
1 appear before the circuit judge and show
Notice Ic hereby given that ths hoard* m A
toria is the children’s panacea—the moth girl.” That would s«em to be a prettv is rattier dubious for an excellent crop ! why the petition should not be granted.
in Yartihill county.
ers friend, .35 doses. 35 cents.
school directors for school (Illirici Us. 40.
strong dose of ipecac.
I Mr. IV. 1). Fenton accompanied the di
Yamldll county, Oregon, will ressi«« Hal-
rectors to 8alein, to sec to their inter
ed bids up to June fttn, 1888, for the ewn-
Is Consumption lciirable.
day created a large amount of excite
struction of a school building as par plans
Road the following: Mr C H. Morris. ment and a large number of people at
J une 15:8tf
Thia is to certify that John Wright , . petition. Iroru all of the signers of the change for produce
specification« to be
-eon at th.
the office of
M c M innville , O regon .
Newark. Ark., says:
“Was down with
the Stoilt petition except ten, praying
W if. Burrow», located on the court hoaae
abecss of Hings, atid friends and physicians
grounds. The contractors io i fureiah
tlieir names should be taken from
pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive. won tire 1» dash in 38 seronds. The Stinit & Co. A. Stinit A Co. have paid ! that
material and complete said buildlnf
that |>etition, decided that Mr. Stout
Began taking Dr King’s New Discovery trotting race was won by D«ina, in - .57 John Wright up in full.
had no case and discharged it, Mr. Stout
for Consumption, am now on my third and 2 :57%.
Juns 15:8lf A. S tinit a Co.»,»
serve the right to reject any anc -_____
paying the costs.
bottle, and able to oversee the vork on my
Children Cry for
The blds to be deposited with the clerk 4»
farm. It is the finest medicine ever made/’
the district at tha First National Beak,
Middlcw’art, Decatur, Ohio, says: which we ehp: Bom, to the w>f«
Carriage Painting. Minnvilte, Oregon. J no . W orth ae. Clerk.
Had it not been for I)r King’s New I)is- C. Jones, five miles northeast of Gar I Passenger wagonette, to and irotn all
royery for Consumption I would have died field, two girls and a hoy. Thé aggre
Wx, McCmnsMA«, I
parts of the county at reasonable rates.
of lung troubles Was given up bv doctors gate weight of the children
Amity, Saturday, the 23rd, inst. Hon. ;
Am now in best of health.” Try it sample pounds -respectively 1,4, f 2 and
Ctrxx. r, the Children. They are es-
•M)ttles free at Rogers Todd,
DkWV pecially liable to sudden Prompt Attention to Orders from
pounds. They are doing well.
and the master« of the'several lodgee in ' Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
■Ye olde folkes” entertainment to be Todds.»,»
We gasrantee Acker’s English
Polk and Yamhili counties vice piei- etc.
given Wednesday evening. June JOth.
When Baby van rick, we gave ha* CMterfo
Thremedy is becoming so well known promises to be a pleasant one. !
idents. Gen Christopher Taylor, Grand Remedy a positive cure.
When »lie waa a Child, the cried tor CaaAMkh
•n<l so popular as to need no special men new features are to be introdnc«d. Ad
List of letters remaining in the Pest Marshal. Hon. J. K. N. Bell, ol Roee- hoars of anxious watching. Sold by
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters mittanee free. Ire cream to be rerved.
When rhe b«>camo Mire, she clung to Casteefo
bnrg will deliver the address and our Oeo. W.Burt, Druggist.
”«016 song of prai?e.—A purer Proceeds to boy an "Anatomical Mudy
ChlUm, she gave them CartsetS
jnedicine does not exist and it is gnaran-
Oregon, nncalled for Jone 1, 1888.
music:. A basket lunch ia on the pro
Acker's English Remedy? It Is the beet
tey<l io do all that is claimed
Electric to be presented to the public school.
gramme together with good vocal music
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
Bitter« will cure all diseases of the layer
Henrv SehenX has the contract for
trifle with any Throat or
to make the day interesting.
jnd Kidheevs will remove Pimples. Boils. the ech«H house. His bnl was $9,4«u Gregsin Mrs Jennie Gard
V LungDiMW. If van have sold on a positivo guaran too at 10c., OOo. —
Hughes A Ward
* alt Rheum* and other affections cansed by Mr. Schenk also has the contract for the Holman Fred
Tire proprietor ol the Cloverdale Re- ! a Cough or Cold, or the children ar« Geo W. Bnrt Druggist
impure blood.—Will drive Malaria from the
Jones Mi«« M A
viile is so hard np that he offers to take j threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough,
Thicker . Mrs E
system and prevent as well as cure all Ma- carpenter work on the court house Parker CP
use Acker’s English ltcmedy and prevent
®.na fevres.—For cure of headache. Con
Parties calling for the above letters
Children Cry for
fochenk is a rustler and we sincerely will please sav advertised.
stipation and Indigestion try Electric Bit- ’ b.^
circulating throughout ths country in 1 further trouble. It ia a positive cure,
"hath“ will make a stake out of
iers—Ent ire satisfaction guaranteed, or
J. F. U isecamveb I’ M
nioney refunded.—Price .Wets, andW.Offper the contracts
bottle at Rogers 4 Todds Drugstore. (3>
Filling a Long Felt Want.
Grand Big Opening.
I have no Rents nor Clerk hire to pay.
Ayer’s Hair Vigor,
The Only Remedy
Contagious Blood Poison.
I have opened a full line of Ladies Dress
goods, Furnishing goods, Clothing, Groc
eries, Hardware, Paints and Oils,
Farm Wagons, Machinery,
Harness and a complete
stock of merchan
To the View of the Public.
These Goods Were All
Purchased in Chicago and
the Prices are BEYOND
D. C. PIERCE,
New Grocery Store
When You Want
(11 OK) 11)1 S
Call ou Us at Our New Store in Carlton»
W. A. Howe,
Frexh Vegetables of all dcMripiiona
will be kept while io Season.
H. W. Sitton.
J. B. ROHR,
Boose. Sign, and Ornamental Painter
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