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AIT JUNKS. 187».—
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE. I
" " o TII H FOB PUBLICATION.
S tates L and O ffice ,
1 ¿recon < ity. Or.. March 29, 1888.1
« hereby given that in comph- LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN AND
*”«¡111 the nroVisions of the act of Con-
ABOUT THE CITY.
lune S 1878, entitled "Ail uet for
,r timber lands , in the States of
^Ciwnil Oregon, Neruda and Washing-
,C,I1TP i'toryZjbsepl.N Hartley of East
Fifteen drunks in town Wednesday.
teJfml county of Multnomah, state of
imi this day rtleil in this oflics his
Landreth Was hung today at Dallas.
Ort5n s'tatenient No 260. for the purchase
•nr" « of N E 1'4 and N W of ti K 1-4 of
Get your lriachitis oil Pr Maitin a
s It 8 W, an d will oiler proot to Sanders.
"how tiiat‘t|i’e land sought 1» ffiorte valu-
1 u r.>r its tiniber or stone than for agrtcul-
Mr. Putnani tlie free tiiinker will iect‘
fb~l nurnose». and to establish Ids claim
m «iJ Xi l«f«re Hl°
“I''1 1U- ure to-night.
¿"¡¿r of this office nt Oregon City, Oregon,
Martin & Sander8Will save you money
Friday the 21«h day of JUne; A. D. 1888
ol.i,, panics in witnesses: Jdlm O Hart- dri yoiir hardware.
.... Thomas Hartley. AVulter .Snnth and
Do not fail to see Martin & Sanders
John Edwstds, Wt ot »set Portland, Ore-
before buying your binding twine. 2w.
anti ail befsbhs claiming adversely
Mr. Laurence has sold his property in
Itie ¿boVi-dcst-ribed lands are requested to
iu.lheir claims in this office on or before this city to a gentleman from Oakland,
Martin & Sanders have a good stock
of machine oil. which they will sell at
TIMBEll LAND. ACT JUNK 3, 187«.--
bed rock prices.
notice fob publication .
the late vic . trevitt .
F irst B rat .
The First Races on the Yamhill Fair
In the Sau Francisco E xaminer ap-
The first time under the Wiro tlie inrsea
pears u series of sketches Vnrporling to
weri) sqnt off. Yhey made tho mile in
lL’I’KlNSVII LK, Ev., $*t’U ri. 1X 7. ‘
be tiuthful, in relation to Vie late Vic.
Tuesday being the day fqr thfi races good time without a skip and came un
Ocnt!«-’i'vi —s. v»-n ytMiFH
oj.MSi «>»! ih ' ho e lroijkft
Trevitt. The writer develops that .order advertised to *ake placo oti the Fair As- der, the wire with l'rcd Hamilton Xi
1 iri-«! m nW Niinple ii-:nio«!l R. hut the »<>r$
t jr-vta. I <?r*tw
of romancing that should all the stories sociation Trac!:, a large number of people length in the lead limo 2 :37 h.
* •'« h j;7i»B. Alaiiv thnnieht I hAil a can-
«•< r. O »r n ,v» p.r : ko I oonimeiHrd talcing
of Baron Munchausen be lost to memory^ assembled in the enclosure Iolbok at the
the veracious hjUraipr of (he Baron’» speeders. The day tvas fine although
r.ir. Wl.t ll 1 U'gUBtoith »Vila’s S rWtilv I
v. s*invc:v |»<ir h ahh. and e.utki li'.rtily
Un-« «1 out -After I had h l»’n d the c< urse
exploit» never would be missed. He windy. The Association deserves great
of 8 b. s. I wn* «iron-; and buoyant, and
ha t j go* d it|<|-elite. I re. anl it us a in<**c
pii te Trevitt as a hal^ breed, the son of credit for getting up and offering the fined $10 each for not appearing on the
valuable $ov«..i-ine ior ladies in wt-ak.detl-
a Ne» Perce squaw bj> a French father; large purses they did on such short
c. te health. It is a househ->l! lucdk-Uio
w. th nt*.
Yours r-t-pectin Uy.
M rs . 11. W. VVmox.
a giant in form and statue, six feet two notice. The grand stand has Been com I satisfactory reasons for not appearing !
SriRTANi’.fRG, 8. C.. A; III 2. 13*7.
inches in his moccasins, with gieat pleted, and is a fine addition to the al and the tine was remitted. The liorses !
Gen* bin it-l\»r t« raty years I I a<c had
as-re oil my left cheek. It had uruduahy
breadth of shoulders and mighty loins, ready large improvements which have I scored twice iu this beat and were Bent i
l « en gH " !. k’ " ■ r-e. The n■ i t i
w... to 1 had c i*. Halted w* rw iiutli!*» to do
an-l possessed amazing strength. The beeu made to the track. The races wore off on a flue start. This heat was also i
ino uny gootl. Lot tall a >«.<rag i I bc*jan
y >. S Att rst Ik li.llaim.nl the sor«,
thousands of Oregonians who tecali dear good, fine horses being entered in both
end ib b«?vtuiic more virulent ihun ever; no
n.iieh *.«, amevd, f’ nt n y fn’nily insisted
Old \ ic., his spare, slender frame, his races. The running ’8 dash was the winning by
th».i 1 MHoulJ i. avo«
».iu* niwl-c lie. 1 per-
Purse $140. First money $93. Second :
a »ted i»t iiakig mt S H. s. Al ci.e eml of two
live feet seven inches stature, his thin first on the programo.
i;iGu’u; 11-<* z<»rv was .-Hi ir.-lj ht r.led. t'iiv.k-
It.p ih.t. r * e II w.i-.a», of my v ’.w. I: a.i.-'t,
face, light complexion, and hair of th»
D ash .
1 i* ft * If t|* im'dicit.r ; L-.it in Nov. nibri-,
tea moi-ijiA stf er, a 'e.y si-gbr biv.ikiii-'ent
ONE MII.K DA-It.
hue called sandy, and blue eyes, will in
The starters in the
dash were Sally
i »P; h - i « i <• ’. 1 n* <*n« e Legair e«.-.in <>n m . s . s ,
K-.dLt'W Get i.» mao •!•.. v !>, e«-.i’ t«f. I
their way admira the drawing powers of Duffy, entered by II. Sears, rode by
Tho horses entered in this race woic
ANSWER TO INQUIRIES, CÜ.OÓ'
ev. r. ra!th hi S. S. S. It '.. s <1 nr in.* uv.re
d t>;ui> nil the d »e.■ in r.i.d < thcr m-.db
this son of Lemual Gulliver who has Theo. Hickey, weight 11(1 pounds; Hum Sally Duffy, «ntered by R. Sears; John
cl. ea 1 u\«r too.c.
You.u l. tJy.
aS’OBT ON ENTBiES, CCKTSST8, Ss ,
done up Trevitt as he never was, but boldt, entered by D. R. Wells, rode by Hall,entered by Dr. Wells; Jun Merritt.
Procuring Lh.id Patents, Filing Argument.'/
X. C.. A. r.l i.\ I** '.
and Conducting Conteso, on Moderalo
GenHeinor—I’v <• t.r Ihreo y<*. r. u\->a can
This office received a call from Rev. none of them will ever go to him for Ed. Fortune, weight 109 lbs.; Laura W., entered by Wm. Tompkins. All started.
U nited S tates L and O ffice .
Terms. Send for circular O
cer e me on inv luce. It *.»*. n ,-..<*»■ :o 1’3
Oregon Citv, 0r( Marell 29, 1888. |
«;i i*<-1. i- o. li wore *»n mo. and m_> c licrt'.l
N. L. New, on Monday, Regret to directions to the fountain of Truth. The entered by Wm. Tompkins, rode by W. Sally Duffy, rode by Theo. Hickey,
h*-aitn w ..-4 \<-ry jhj . i . L.. t he, r. mi-cr 1
Notice is hereby given that in compli
a v*.uixv of b. ». 8.. v» l. ell 1
Buck-eye braves from the country of the Tompkins; weight 115; Kitty Welle, weight 117, wits given third position ;
ance with the provisions of the act of Con- say we were absent.
liiiuid $■> tun premie lime viicn t! e hs<pjde 5
WA3HIMOTOM, D. C.
re: ult. T .e CuKCt r
cr.th’v 1? til i‘-Cared,
John Hall, entered by D. R. Welle, rode
* „of June 3, 1878, entitled “An act fur
ï»*rv Settler tdiouhl have Copp’s Settler’s G bi ^V"
Miss Katie Casey lias gone tn San
Caere It-iit; io t-vidCftC« *r »ynt ben nt a
’¿4 »intCRt uric« only 1’5 cents (rosta*.»
the sale of timber lands in the states of
cam c.-oua character lei t. My g.’Dvrul uealth
by Ed Foi tune,weight 117,was given first
California. Oregon. Nevada and Washing Francisco to attend the National Teach
is nil now, nn I my ai petite ve.lt r t .:ua it
li».-* bten in year«. 1 am S’.' yeirs ol l.-.u I
cranium, that should impel him to de were given the following positions: position; Jim Merritt, rode by Wm.
ton Territory.’’ Thomas Hartley of East ers Institute at that city.
today I nn working in the Uli i li.nth.g
Portland, county of Multnomah, state of
cvm. Yt ur.i tru-y,
J onas e : m .¿ ach .
scribe as a ballbreed the Scion of a noted Humboldt, first; Jim Merritt, second; Tompkins, weight 117, was given second
Oregon, has this day filed in this office his
Kingery was the lucky man in the
Gentlemen—] had a eorc on my upper II,3
for eight yearn, brvcii dlueiont <ltic:*>;s at-
•»•ora statement No 261. for the purchase draw by the conimiksioners, to ses who family of the Northwestern Territory Ketty Wells, third; Laura W. fourth; position. The horses were sent off in n
tcniptvd .n vain to heal it. One pave me a
from which the Buck-eye Stat» was Sally Duffy, fifth. The judges were T. bunch and it was a race for blood to the
uftbe 8 M «•>'• *■' E '4 °r H W ftlld 8 '4 of
ainall vial for live d' liavn, which wtuui " cer
tain cure. ’ It -I* neeide-8 to say Hint it d.d
T 2 R 8 W- a,,<1 wiU o,1‘’r should serve ths long term.
n.r n<> good. About two veara apo J bevnina
proof to show that the land sought is more
Quite nneasv. aa pcnnlo thought I had u .-an-
tives of Trevitt losing $40,000 at draw ot Dayton; J. W. Hains, of Noith Yam first; Jim Meiritt, second, *a length
valuable for its timber or stone than for
ct . »»nd J t< t*k u i ourre of «lif’deeu botiiea
8. 3. 8. Tie reau'.t b.ts been a complete
.ericuiturul purposes, and to establish his views of the laying of the corner stone. poker at a single sitting, and by the last hill. The pool selling on this race was behind; Sally Duffv, third. Timo 1 :47H
cuic. The n.cer or car.ccr healed beautiful-
claim to said land before the Register and Parties who wish one can get it by call
lcariii« . c reel,»-u percept lb! o scar, l-’rom
card in the deal of the upturned hands permiscuous for first choice with Hum This is good time. Puise $14'). Fret
Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Ore
th ,t day ¡have been :n excellent health, tho
BjicvU.c having purified my blood thorougii-
gon, on Friday, th# JWh day of June, A, D. ing at liis gallery.
winning a mine worth a millian by stak boldt, a little preferred for first choice, money, $98. Second monev $28 Third
ly. iacn:.;a.*:l mj appet’re and j*erfected my
(l-g'Ktlon. In a w rd. I feel like a new
If you don’t bolieys that Martin 4 ing liis squaw wife upon the turn; of th» and lici Merritt, the same for second money $14.
f He names as witnesses! Joseph N. Hart
woman, and. boi*‘ of at»
eight year ulcer
I n gone cn'.irely. Your« »Inwrrl/,
ley John G Hartley, Walter Smith and Sanders will sell you hardware cheaper great agility and »trengtli he retained choice. Fortune, who rode Humboldt,
After this race the gills gave a line ex
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poll’ll Edwards, all of East Portland, Ore-
Trenton, Todd Ca, Ky-, Kb. ¡»5, 18U.
than any one else, just call and examine during the last half of his 110 years; of requested ths judges to be allowed to hibition of sword drilling and were heart
Trout I co on Blood and B'. In
^Any and all persons claiming adversely their prices, and you will be convinced. bis duel with knives td win his first lead liis horse to the starting post, ob ily encored. After the drill the race
fJI - Bwirr Si-n-iyic Co,.
|he above-described lands are requested to
r»"4Ar. 8. Athuiik, ua.
Damon Sawver’s fine wagonette is
rile their claims in tbh* office an or before
said 29th day of June, 1888
ready to carry passengers to all parts of she better loved; and of se many other Humboldt to be led, lie being unruly. to took place. John Geatin and Binger
W, T. B urney ,
le better tb.cn cv r. r r - ’. nld be In thehandji
the country at reasonable rates. For extraordinary adventures; all these, will After scoring twice at the five-eights post Herman uiuc more matched for a 3 in 5
of evo V perfori conù-i.i?’at:cg buying O £
n Q „
further particulars call on Damon Saw remind the generation that ths spirit of ihe horses got a good st art, and the race race.
The first heat w.ts won by Ringer
tbousi'ihh of Plustrr.tt 3?.and :.'\u!y liJjmjrcs,tellina
TIM HER LAND, ACT JUNE 3, 1H78.— yer-
Im he who was known to journalists on this a was beautiful one. The horses passed
vbat fa buy, uni whero to ; t it, arid ruining lowest
NOTICK FOR PUBLICATION.
coast as the “Monumental Liar" rssts uuder the wire with Jim Merritt about Herman in 3:21. In this heat Gearin
rices for ln.n< ■ i co*»' •». i'rieo of GVÏDH only iocvnt.%
Nevada was given to a large house on
KluJUg a Cì-rtirtcìit* gnG-i, V lOcenu worth of äcvddk
unparalleled in its new casket of flesh one length in the lead; Sally Duffy, was nearly distanced. The sec ond heat
U nited S taves L and O ffice ,
Oregon City, Or.. March 2!), 1888. |
llochcaierj N. ¥•
and blood and more. Happily for him second; Humboldt, third; Ketty Wells, was won by John Gearin a i l Herman
Notice is hereby given that in compli matic Club of Independence. The parts
all that was mortal of Vic. Trevitt re fourth; Laura W., fifth. Time 1.05. was nearly distanced. The judges wore
ance with the provisions of the act of Con
gress of June 3. 1878, emitted ‘ An act for were all well taken and it pleased the poses in liis own chosen abode on Ma The purse was $125, divided as follows: satisfied that something was rotten and
the sale of timber lands in the states of people.
maloose Isle—there to stay until the First, $87.50; second, $12.55; third, $25.00 Mr. Wood.«, driver of Herman, was taken
California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
McCall & I'erkins have leased the Columbia shall be deaf to its own roar
T11K O N L Y N ATI O N A L ST A N1 ) A It D
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorfs»»
Immediately after the running race, out and Smith put in. Bools were sel
ton Territory.” John G. Hartley of East
Portland, county of Multnomah, state of Eurisko niaiket and have opened a very ings or its lowest murinerings.—N ews .
When «he was a Child, sho cried for Castoria»-
ling at $5.09 for Herman and $1.00 to 50
the trotters were called out.
Oregon, has this day filed in this office his
When the became Mira, she clung to ( astorin,
cents fur Goarin. Tlie third heat was
T rotting R ace 2.50 C lass .
sworn statement No, 259, for the purchase neat and clean place. The very best of PRIZE STUDIES OF TORNADOES.
pf the N W 1-4 of sec. 15, T 2 S, R 8 W, and mountain beef will be iurnished to
When she had Children, she gave tliein C&stcri^-
The starters in the trotting race were won by Herman in 3:03. The fourth
offer proof to show that the land sought is thei- customer».
The American Meteorological J ournal , Birdie, entered by Dr. Loughary, drove heat was won by trearin in 3:16. It is
more valuable for its timber or stone than
for agricultural purposes, and to establisn
The person who took Dr. Taylor’s desiring to diiect the attention of stud by Tom Richmond; L.izel, entered by the unanimous opinion of all who saw
his claim to said land before the Register
the race that a job h ad been put up for
and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, overcoat out of his buggy while in the ents to tornadoes, in hopes that valu G.E. Bryan, drove by C. E. Bryan;
This standard work is tho only
Oregon, on Friday, the 29th day of June, stable wilf confer a tavor by returning able results may be obtained, offers the Kettleman, entered by 8. A. Young, the paal box. If thore was such a job
Children Cry for
A D 1888
drove by M. Mosier; Lucy, entered by the changing of drivers did not effect the National Cyclopaedia of Biography
the same. Doc’s plug of tobacco was in following prizes:
He names as witnesses: Joseph N. Hart
Pitcher’s Ca storfaJ
For the best originial essay on torna I. C. Mo3ier, drovo by I. C. Mosier.
ley, Thomas Hartley, Walter Smith and one of the pockets and lie hates to loose
John Edwards, all of East Portland. Ore it.
bought on Gearin al 50 coots and (1.00 with the great national works of its
F irst H eat .
does or description of a tornado, $200
kind in the Ohl World, now being
The positions were as follows: Birdio. were bought. No trouble was experi
Mrs. F. W. Redmond brought to this will be given.
Any and all persons claiming adversely
prepared in England, Germany and v L cwn - o tho Children. They are os-
|he above-described lands are requested office, several fine rips peaches which
the pole; Lucy, second; Lazel, third; enced in filling a pool when Harm in
For ths second best, $50.
Belgium. No name eminent in lit xjw W peclrjly liable io suudsn
to tile their claims in this office on or before
were picked irom the tree the other day
said 29th day of June, 1888
art, music, science or in Cc.ldn, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough,
three times, and were sent off the
Wo giiarant'eo Acker’s English
W T B urney .
on the farm of Jeptha Garrison near this mention $50 will be divided.
be omt ted. Sold only etc.
Ucmody a positive cure. . It aavea
Between the second and third heat of
The essays must be sent to either of third time. They started even, the
city. Very early for peaches.
hoars of anxious watching.4 Bold hy
the editors, Professor Harrington, As- horses hold their positions to the finish. of tliis race a match race was made be
Geo. W.llurt. Ilriiggl.-t.
W. W. BECK. A cent.
No injurious effects can follow tho use tronamieal Observatory. Ann Arbor, They came under the wire with Lazel. tween Dale. Win. M ilono’s horse an I
Notice is I vert by given that the under of Ayer’s Ague Cure. It contains an Michigan, or A. Lawrence Rotch, Blue first; Lucy, seooud; Birdie, third; Ket- Laura W. It was won by the Dude in
trillo with any Throat <w
signed has been duly appointed executor of unfailing antidote and specific for mias
25 seconds. Between tho fourth and
-VJMW V Lung Disease. If you hay»
the last will and testament of Robert Stow matic poisons, together with remedial
a Cough or Cold, or tho cliilcren are
deceased, by the county court of Yamhill
ville, Mass., U.S.A., before the 1st day for first phoico in the pool box sold for fifth heats a init ih running race was
threatened with Croup cr Wbocpln jf Cough,
county, Oregon. Therefore all persons agents which purify and re-invigorate of July, 1889. They must ba signed by $8.00.
inn by Minnie C. owned by J. Ages and
usa Acker’s English Remedy end proven»
having claims against said estate are here the system.
S econd H eat .
Dennis, owned by E. Ford. Minnie ('
•i noin <le plume, and be accompanied
by notified to present them with proper
further trouble. It ij a positive cureÇ
Pools sold in this heat the samu as the won in 25l.j seconds. Tho days sport
vouchers to the undersigned at the law of
and wo guarantee it. Trico 10 end 50a.’
Rev. Lee Fairchild, of Lewiston, Idaho by a sealed envelope addressed with
fice of Fenton Fenton, McMinnville, Or
Mc M IN N VILLE, OR EGON.
first heat. Horses scored three times, being ended the people went hs-ae sat
egon, within six months from the 18th day is in the city. He is here for the pur -aine noin de plume and enclosing the
r.l wav s h«.VR
of May, A. I) 1888
pose of attending the annual convention leal name and address of the author. and were rent off. Near the quarte: isfied with t io world. Tie jul;e< of Graining,
.4:8 I saac L ambright , Executor aforesaid, of Universalist», which w ill be held in Three independent and capable judges post, Lazel droppod buliind, aid Birdie these r.rcos wore Dr. 8. A. Yoa lg, of this
Soother at Land. It Is tho oaily sale
F enton it F enton , Afctys for estate.
modkino yet lu ido that will remove all
this city July 6tli, 7tL and 8th, in the will be selected to award the prizes; took tlie lead. The horses came under city; W. W, Baker, editor of tho R i al
Carriage l’ainting. infantilo
disorders. It contuinn no Oyiuti
Grange ha 1.
and the papers receiving them will he the wire with Birdie in tho lea I. iibonl S >iril of Pur.l.in 1, a i 1 II, Sitton, of Carl
four lengths; Lucy, second ; Kettleinm, ton.
Prompt Attention to Orders from cr J/ine, but jrlvcs the child rrntvml
In this weeks issue of the T elephone the property of the J ournal offering the
eaM f. . n j’ain. 1'iicc 25 cents. Bold hy
thild ; Luxe), fourth. Time 2.59!4.
appears Copp’s Land Review. It is an prizes. A circular giving fuller details
Hen. W Burl, d-i• iz I h I
BITCHED THEIR l ENTS.
enteresting article to persons interested can be obtained by application to Pro
The sixth time under tho wire, the
in land. It is legal advice without a fee. fessor Harrington.
TLo Seventh day Adventists have |
horses were sent off, Kettleinm and
Lazel lan on the back stretch, but not pitche I I heir tents iu tho city inrtlie pur
Musical Instruments of All
The following are the teachers who at enough to bo distanceJ. Tho horses
iiwstii'gs. Tint citizens of McMinnville
tended the Teachers Institute in this came under the wire in the following
vicinity are lespoetlully invited to
Mrs. Marie Darrick of Denver, Col.,
city—Mrs. Vannie Martin, Newberg, order: Birdie, first; Ksttlem.i 1, second;
The ouly house of its kind in the county
come to tho tent and ohtuin Valuabl« in- >
arrived in McMinnville, Saturday last,
Or.; Miss Jennie Graham, do.; Carra
foiillation about the folk.wing subject»: I
The McMinnvilh News Co.
on a visit to her uncle A. J. Nelson.
Mark, McMinnville; Sarah Mark, do.; Ciaba Bryan, driver of Lual. objects I
She is well pleased with Oregon, and Olivia Stott, North Yamhill; Maggie to ths decision of the jtld-es. Liza! Obedience tlie Condition of Eternal Life,
Friday, 7:45 p. m. The Bililo Balrbalh,
will remain several months. She was
Stott, do.; Daisy Stott, do.; Mr. W. F. went, under the wire third, but the judge
only 63 hours from Denver to McMirn- Williamson, do.; David Cation, MoMinn- gave Lucy tliird place, owing to Laz -e’s 8atni<lay, 7:45 p. m. The Binding of
8atan(IJiblc ReadinglSnnday, 2:30 p. in 1
ville; E. X. Harding, do.; Miss Mary running on the home stretch. First
Notice is hereby given that the nartner-
forlnfanta nnd Children.
Dr. W. H. Boyd of this city has left Clsmenson, do.; Ennice Robertson, money was given to Birdie; second Examination of Scriptures used to Teach j
•J’ip existing between J. W. Bauer and
T N Baker in the Threshing Machine En for the Sound, lie intends to locate in Wheatland; Mr. W. J. Crawford, Mc money «'as given to Lazel; third money Sunday Sacivdness, Sunday, 7:45 |>. in. i
The iibov« subjects will bo presented in .
gine, under the firm name of Baker Bros., Eastern Oregon or Washington Ter.,
’’Caatoria I» »o well adapted to children that Castor’s cur^s Coïte. ConaHpatlnn,
Minnville; Elias Underwood, do.; Mrs. was given to Lucy. Kettleman the
and business connected therewith is this
Rour Stomach, Diarrhraa, Eructation,
I recommend Jt na superior to any prescription
killa Worma, gives Bleep, and promotes dl»
day mutually disolved; J. W, Baker having possibly Seattle, Sprague or Spokane Julia Snyder, do.; Miss Charlotte Jones, little horse owned by Dr. S. A. Young of the light of the Bible. It is hoped tltat
known to me.”
IL A. Aacnan, M. D..
purchased the interest of T. N. Raker in Falls. The doctors patients do not like do ;0rma Font«, do. ; Agnes Sweet, do.; this city, was the favorite of the crowd. tlie tent will bo filled each service with
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Without i^uriaua medication.
said machine and engine. J W. B aker .
When the little horse would gain a yell
to see him go, but his health ha« been
T. N. R aker
T hb C bxtaur C ol ' î ’AXY, T7 Murray Etïvct, N. Y.
I)allas;T. J. Brownson, McMinnville; would go up, “Hurrah for Kettleinan.”
If. 5V. R zed .
June 15, 1888 ( 9:12) poor while in the valley.
Miss Ella Woods, do.; Hon. E. B.
No medicine is more conscientiously McElroy, Salem; J. B. Homer, Rose He hue not lieen in training, »ml did
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more powerful, or more highly burg; J. M. Bloss, Tokepa, Kan.; J. F. very A'ell. It is repotted that Dr.
Castoria is recommended by physicians
Wisner, Willamina; Miss R. E. Des-
for children teething It is a purely veget- concentrated, than Aver’s Sarsaparilla. kins, Newherg; Mr. D. A. Blood, Ga«- Loughary had mudo a bargain with Tom
able, preparation, its ingredients are pub Its standard of excellence is the result ton;Mr M. H Parker. North Yamhill; Richmond, ths osneref Birdie, to pur Of failing health, whether in the form of
lished around each bottl»* It is pleasant
chase her provided she mads a cei tain
Night Sweats and Nervousness, or in a
Jp the taste and absolutely- harmless. It re of careful study. This preparation is Miss Ailelade Poppleton, Lafayette; Ido
lieve* constipation regulates the bowels, acknowledged bj- the medical profession Poppleton, Latavetle; Nora Mulkev, time in the race. She is a veiy fine sense of General Weariness and Loss ol
Amitv; K. J. Green. Sheridan; Mr. L. animal although having anything but a Appetite, should suggest the use of
qrnets pain, cures diarrhoea and wind colic,
allays feverishness, destroys worms, and to bs the best blood purifier.
If. Baker, Dayton; Mi«s Clara Skinner,
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. This preparation
prevents convulsions, soothes the child and
McMinnville;’ Ida Skinner, McMinn- graceful gait. She did not have to exert
is most effective for giving tone and
THE FOURTH OF JULY-
gives it refeshing and natural sleep. Cas-
vil'e; Mi»" Cora Smith, North Yam
I have gone into’the Clothing LiiHineR«. Inin now ret-.ily to Eiipnly
strength to the enfeebled system, pro
tona is the children’s panacea—the moth
your want« with Big Bnrgnin« in Mtns’ anil Boys’ Fult.-, I'antf, etc.
ers friend, 35 doses, 35 cents.
moting the digestion and assimilation ot
Early in the morning of the fourth Lewis, Dayton ; Lee I-ewis, do.; Mr. W. I-etigbaty by thia time.
food, restoring the nervous forces to
My motto will be “Small profits anil Quick Bale?,
would enjoy your dinner people began to flock into McMinnville. C. Moore, McMinnville; Miss Mattie
their normal condition, and for purify-,
and are prevented by Dys The early morning train brought alioul Walton, McMinnville; Lucy McKnne,
Amity; Fannie Dorsey, Dayton; Ella
The day of the Fourth opened finely. Ing, enriching, and vitalizing the blood.
pepsia, use Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets.
They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia. In •ne hundred and forty people from Inde Jones, Dayton; Mary Jones, McMinn The Oregon mist had gone to pastures
digestion, Flatulency and Constipation. pendence. The streets were soon lined ville; Mr. J. A. Buchanan, Amity; Miss new.
Nearly 21)00 people assembled
I have I nt mv foot down on high prices to 1, cgi:i with. I hav i bought
Ten years ago r«y health began to fall.
We guarantee them. 25 and 50 ©cats. with people and teams. The people in Fannie Booher, North Yamhill; Em
I was trouoled with a distressing Cough,
stock for Cash, and that talks you know. Good Mens’ suits from
mie Phillips, Newberg; Ellen Frier, within the fair grounds to see the races.
this city on that day numbered in the North Yamhill; Mr. John Frier, do.; The first race was a ,*4 mile dash. Two
Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervous
Is Consumption leurable.
110. upwards. Boys’ suits from f4. upward*!, Men:.’ p: i>ts, good n; <i
Read the following: Mr C H. Morris.
Prof. W. V. Ferrin. Forest Grove; Mrs. starters. Glen Howard and Gordan,
scribed by different physicians, but
durable at 18.50 per pair. Conic nnd see me. 1 c:i i p'.easa yoa. I.i
Newark, Ark., says:
“Was down with has there bean such a orowd in McMinn Matheus. McMinnville.
owned by C. E. Bryan nnd W. Dudley, , became so weak that I could not go up
Mens’, Ladies’ and Childrens’ shoes mv stock is 1 :-ger t! ,:n evi r Ip suit
access of lungs, and friends and physicians
stairs without stopping to rest. My
pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive.
publk T deb Y statement .
respectively. The start was made even.
friends recommended me to try Ayer's
the times, PIONEEIi BOOT and SHOE STO KE. Opp .•¡te ti e Crar.gQ
J»egan taking Dr King’s New Discovery plete an account of the day as we desire.
Sarsaparilla, which I did, and I am now
They passed under the wiro with Gerdnn
Store. 1’. I-’. BliOWNE.
t<»r (onsumption, am now on my third
as healthy and strong as ever.—Mrs.
Following is a recapitulation ot the i
oottle, and able to oversee the work on my At 10 o’clock the procession formed as
two lengths ahead. Time 52 seconds.
E. L Williams, Alexandria, Minn.
farm. It is the finest medicine ever made,” follows—McMinnville band ; President debt statement :
Gerdan was rode by W. D. Dudley;
I have used Ayer’s Sarsapa-llla. in my
...7’‘J? Middicwart. Decatur, Ohio, says: of the day and associates in carriages; Interest bearing debt.
$1,026,770 72 Glen Howard, by Theo. Hickey. Purso
family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is
Had it not been for Dr King’s * New' Dis-
faithfully, tliaS it will thoroughly
coyery for Consumption I would have died liberty car containing the thirty-nine
ed at maturity..............
cradirate this terrible disease. I barn
ot lung troubles Was given up by doctors States, represented by little girls, Miss
also prescribed it as a tonic, as well as an
Debt bearing no interest... 688,350,212
1-4 MILK DASH.
i m.110* *n best of health.” Try It sample
alterative, and must say that I honestly
Annis McQuire, a» Goddess of Libsity;
bottles free at Rogers it Todd,
believe It to 1« the best blisxi medicinu
ladies ¡in uniform on horseback ; Inde Total debt, and interest...,$1,717,784,791
ever compounded.—W. F. Fowler, M. D.,
a. Blood Elixir is the only pendence band; Fire Department; citi Less available rash Items. $l,268.«''5,121 tries, Laura W. was withdrawn.
D. D. S., Greenville,Tenn.
** Blood Remedy guaran- zens. The procession moved to the Net cash in treasury ........ 103,220,464 starters were, Daisy, entered by R Meara,
Debt lees cash in treasury
It is a positive cure for Ulcers, Emp-
role by Theo. Hickey, weight 117.
w?n®0T Syphilitic Poisoning. It purifies the fair grounds, where seats had been pre
July 1............. ................ 1,165,584,058 Lancer D., entered by W. J. Garrison,
It would T ip inipog«iblc for mo to de- 1
w“Ol® system, and banishes all Rheumatic pared for them. The orator of the day
scribe wbat I suffered from Indigestion
In spite of tho cry HA 111) TIMES we are c
h ru. d trade. In
Neuralgic pains. Wo guarantee it. was Rev. W. T. Jordan, who made a
June 1............................ 1,180,014.159 weight 136; Minnie D., entered by G
and Heailache up to tlie time I liegan
spite of the uproar and franticefTorts of our « 'oinpet itor.i our 1 tisin«>M
14.429,501 W. Perkins, role by W. D. Daily,
taking Ayer’» Sarnaparilla. I wm under
Decrease during tho month i
very eloquent speech.
Indians and Since June 30,1887.............. . 113,844,080
the care of various pbyaiciana, and tried
is constantly increasing. The peoph i know th it wj fr eli .ia!y pure nnd
weight 115; Kitty Wells, entered by Win
a great many kina» of |ne<HHnea, but ;
cowboys on horseback, and the sword Cash in treasury available
reliable Drugs and Medicines and at priccfi ao It *’• • ‘i ; ».ori gi.cd« can i s
This remedy is becoming so well known
for reduction ot debt........ 348.079,671
lief. After taking Ayer’» Sar»aparilla sol I.
.. ’* Popular as to need no s;»ecial men- drill by the young ladies, under com
100,000,000 115. Their positions wore; Lin-“r D,
for a short time, my headache (lisap-
d®n- All who have used Electric Bitter« rnand of J. C. Doopsr kept the people
Our stock of Hair r.nd Cloth Brv.»’ HF, Tf.Otl
26.163,776 first, Daisy, second, Kitty Wells, third,
die«. Conds. Pt
peared, and my stomach performed it»
s. ’ . ■ ?anic song of praise.— a
purer amused until time for dinner. Mr. E. Unavailable
duties more |»erfectly. Today ruy
fuincry, Toilet Soaps, etc,, n'int big e
Total cash in treasury as
me dœs not exist nn<l it is raaran-1
in »kn nr.; h f-.ut abou|
Minnie D, fourth. The race was won by
health 1» completely restored. — Mary
,0 ’'° •** that *’ claimed
Electric 1 B. Fellows, chairman of the executive shown by general account. 629,854,087 Daisy, with Lancer D second, Kitty
but w<- know we can suit you when y uU come t
Harley, Springfield, Mau.
.lav JT'11 curp n'l diseases of the Liver committee deserves p-aise, for the entire
: i:s a - Tcrv»,
gambling houses closed .
Wells thinl, Minnie D fourth. Time 24
o 1, ^"ilieeys will remove Pimples. Boil».
I have been greatly benefited by the
J 11 * Rheun»
Kheuni and other affections caused by
bv arrangement of the celebration devolved
seconds. First money $45 50. Mecond prompt. n»e of Ayerza Sarraparilla. It
•mpure blood,—Will drive Malaria from the
The several gambling room» which
tones and invigorate?» The »yttem, regu
money $13. Third money $6.50.
liri T an<’ Prevent as well as cure all Ma- upon.
lates the action of the digestive and
have for sometime been conducted in
.•a fevres,— For cure of headache. Con-
organs, and vitalizes the
VZKZ FOR ALL, TROTTING.
2 IN 3.
rather two public a manner to be toler»
, P»'ton and Indigestion try Electric Bit-
blood. It L«, without doubt» the moat
Backlen’s Arnica Salve.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or I
reliable blood purifier yet discovered.—
• ated, have all closed their doors. The
refunded.-Price 50 eta. and ll.ru’per : The Be«t Salve in the world for Cuts,
I>. Johnson, 38.3 Atlantic avenue,
festive gamblers are striking out for the Hamilton,entered by T. H. Tongue; Jim H.
at Roger, * Todds Drmr Store. (5) | Bruises. Sores
Brooklyn. N. Y.
Sound, Victoria and other place» where
Of the good things of thia Fever Sores, Tetter, Cbapi^d Hands, they will be »llowed to ply their voca vester, entered by, I. C. Mosier. The
VMiY51ife arJ Sorrowfully let Chilblains, Corns, and all skin
tions nnmoleeted. It is learned from starters were Fred Hamilton, driven by , Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell,MaUk
7,°°* nn account of Dyspepsia. Acker’s ions, and positively cures I^«-_°r
I'rteo «1; six bottle». «3.
}^T*Psia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia, j Paywiuired It is gnarsnteed to give reliable authority «hat thia closing of th» Mr. Smith and Jim Flaheaty, driven bv |
“O'gcstion and Constipation; sold on a perfect satisfaction, or roonsv
Harvester was with-
' games i» to be permanent.—OatcoMur Chas. Moxie
rosittve guarantee at 25 and 50 cents, by
HENRY H. COPP,
tycIojÄ f tea
Containing Over Twenty Tlionsnnd
Articles on Prominent People.
J. B. ROHR,
. Sign, and Ornamental Painter
Filling a Long Felt Want.
<wran«l ESig Openteg.
I have lio llents nor Clerk hire to pay.