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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1888)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Lunch buskets can be bought at Man
On Friday last while Charley Bynum
Not Yet Decided,—Arguments was driving a binder on Sax's place west
LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN AND
of town, he had his left arm dislocated May be increased, the Digestive organs
ABOUT THE CITY.
HorKiNsviUJt, Kv., Feb. ¿4.1887.
Magers and father are fishing on
at the elbow by tlio machine tipping strengthened, and the bowels regulated,
Gentleiiivu—tfcveu years ago a-»re (level-
ope«l on my no&e from a tlng<*r nail scratch.
I tried a tew simple remedies, but the sore
Musical Instruments of All Peaches ripe.
Gus Detinering will move to Dayton Special to T elephone .
would not yield. I grew worse every year
summoned and dressed tiie wound. He purely vegetable in their composition.
f<n seveu years. Many thought 1 had a can
Salem, Julv 26, the arguments in the will suffer considerably owing to the ex They <**>ntain neither calomel nor any
Over a year ago I conimencctl taking
8. S. 8., and two dozen bottles entirely cured
A fine warehouse is being built at
me. When 1 began with Swift’s Speclrtc I
The ouly house of its kind in the county
was in xery poor health, and could hardly
day at 3 o’clock p. m., and will end
Look out for fire.
with per: ret safety by penonaof all ages.
drag about. After I had finished the evurue
of 8. 8. S. I wm strong and buoyant, and
about six thib evening. Judge Boise will
The McMinnville News Co.
Locals are scarcer
had a good anpetite. 1 regard it as a most
and Constipation. 1 i .1 no appetite,
valuable medicine for ladies in xveak. deli
then take the case under consideration
Wednesday for Tillamook.
cate health. It is a household medicine
Harvesting hands scarce.
aud was constantly nim. n d with Head
Get your mactiine oil of Martin A ache and Dizzim ..s. I consulted <»ur
_ The Kettleman-Gearin race has been
Mas. K. W. W ilsos .
Ice is now in great demand,
represented by Mulkey of Portland and Sanders.
family doctor, who prescriiMid for me, at
SpAkTASHvaG, S. C., April 2, 1887.
Gentlemen—For twenty years I l.ave had
Vint Snelling was in town Monday.
a sore on my left cheek. It had gradually
Machine oils at wholesale prices at than temporary relief. I finally com
_ S. A. Manning did a large trade dur
been growiutf worse. The many physicians
ley and E. B. Williams.
menced taking Aver s Pills, lu a short
ing the past week.
G. W. Burt’s. .
whom I had consulted were unable to do
1'armers busily engaged harvesting.
me any good. Ijint fall a year ago I began
-Proprietors of the—
Martin A Sanderswill save you money
using 8. 8. 8. At tiret it Inflamed the sore,
The sprinkler has stopped. Not
Ed. Willis is up on a visit from As
and It became more virulent than ever ; so
on your hardware.
enough rain to make it pay.
much so, indeed, that my family Insisted
that I should leave off the medicine. I per
Look ! 24000 pounds of Garland stoves time I finished two boxes of these Hits
sisted In using the S. 8. S. At the encl of two
Austin Dee’s child died Tuesday night.
Carpenters and painters are all at
mouths the sore was entirely healed, i’hilik
A Kemai-kable Herse.—Died at the Ad- just arrived at S. A. Manning’s.
It was buried Wednesday.
ing that the evil wiu out of my constitution,
____ REDUCTION in meats ------
valiceli Age of SO Years.
I Teft off the medicine; but In November,
Martin A Sanders sell all kinds of peared, and I l$erame strong ami well.—
ten months after, a very slight breaking out
A new line of table and pocket cuttery
You may kill your grouse now. The
Best Beef 5 to 10 cents por pound. Call
Darius M. Legau, Wilmington, Del.
1 at once liegan again on S. 8. 8.,
just arrived at Manning’s.
and be convinced that the best quality of loth is passed.
aud now that Is also disappearing. I have
faith in S. 8. 8. It has done me more
meats are always on hand.
July 13 tf
good than all the doctors and other medi
I xyks of Appetite, and Geu- :al Debility.
Bathing in the river is now the only
publish interesting facts about some of before buying your binding twine. 2w. 1 coinmem < d tai i.ig A\< i's j’ills, am’.,
cines I ever took.
horn a visit to Brownsville.
amusement for the boys.
A. IL S hands .
heforo linial ing half a box oi this medi
America’s renowned trotters. This week
W inston . N. C., April 1‘, lW?.
cine, my appetite and «\trcngth were re
Gentlemen—Two or three years ago a can
Remember the county fair must he
cer came on my face. It soon grew to l>e
of machine oil. which they will sell at stored. --L. O. < dark, Danbur.v, Conn.
Stuart are requested to pay up.
made a success this year.
quite large. It wore on me, and my general
on Dexter one of the great horses of bed rock prices.
health was very poor. Last 8<u>tember I
Ayer’s Pills arc the bc.«t medicine
notary public .
began a course of S. 8. 8., which I have con
Miss Nellie McGrew is suffering quite
tinued to (he present time with the happiest
severely with white swelling.
ami furalld. •vwesvauaed by a disordered
result. The cancer has entirely disappearod,
The death of Dexter, the trotter, who any other place on the West Side. So Stomachaie!
l»eins no evidence or symptom of a
Liver. I suheied for over
cancerous character left. My general health
Grouse hunters are quite numerous
Is giH><l now, ani niy appetite uetter than it
and tresspass notices are plenty.
’ »nstjpato.il. I had no appetite, and
has lM*en in years. 1 am 82 years old, ami
the history of trotting. He was a phe
A full car load of Garland stoves right aml<
today I am working In the Held planting
was weak and nervous most, of the limo.
1 he horses oil the track are all improv
corn. Yours truly,
J onas L imkbach .
Mrs. L. H. Cook and Mae Alexander
from the factory, bought for spot cash at
ing fast. 1'hey are the finest lot of horses
Gentlemen- 1 had a sore on my upper lip
went to Portland on Wednesday.
as greatly as some of his phenomenal 8. A. Manning’s.
for eight years Seven different doctors at
in the state.
July 13 tf
tempted In vain to heal it. One gave me a
Farmers will tin«! it to their advantage terr-ft 1 k » xc 3 < f Ayer’s I !h, and at the
Mr. Jacobson the popular merchant at
small vial for live dollars, which was a •‘cer
time dieting mys'-tf, 1 was com
A scissor grinder made his appearance predecessors the speed of
tain cure." It is needless to say that it did
Sheridan was in the city Tuesday.
to buy their machine oil and axle grease sum?
me no good. About two years ago I became
in the city yesterday. Every day the
at Sanders A Martin’s.
(12-13) now -u <;■ «>■! order,?.!!.! 1 am in perfect
quite uneasy, as people thought I had a can
city is becoming more metropolitan.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
a very low mark had already been reach
cer, and 1 took h course' of eighteen bottles
of 8. S. S. Tao result has been a complete
“The Woodbury” improved fruit jar health. — 1*. 14. kv. • • I, T(‘p 1 Kans.
maralial fever but is now improving.
cure. The u.eer or cancer healed beautiful
The school house bonds oi $6500 will ed. To beat Flora Temple's time of is the best, so say all who have tried it.
A’.er'.«r ill.lb-V, Is .-.. Uc*i .nawontlCi’-
ly. leaving scarcely a perceptible scar. From
that day I have Iteen In excellent health, the
Ull.v. lYr’ lln.lltlia 1 Jt. h»'n d from Indi-
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO’S
For sale at C. Griesen’s
having purified my blood thorough
Guild Monday evening was well attend this city at 6 per cent for 6 years.
ri |«8 • ■■■'
was as great a teat as to beat a 2:40 gait
ly, iuoreastMl my appetite and perfected my
Try Ton Buds Tea; tiie finest in the
il»! t,a.Tl !i.-l :■• >■ « 1 i. • eiii my mouth
digestion, in a word, I feel like a new
woman, and, best of all, the eight year ulcer
’ C‘*. /»»t.'L lakin;’ <me L»ox
market. Cheap and done up in pound
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
is gone entirely. Yours sincerely,
Our brick masons are all busy, and her sister Mis. Bert Thomas of Seattle. duced her own wonderfully low record eanisters at Wallace A Sons
if A'ou-':« Ì ;!D, !.l‘ ‘.Li . « trou bien dis
M rs W. P. C annon .
buildings are going up like magic on all Mrs. Hussey intends to be gone several
¡>,•«.; -« «1. JO> K.
iteli well, nnd
Trenton, Todd On., Ky., Feb. 3ft, INS*.
If you want Lard oil, Castor Machine
- Henry C.
>’ V.B.I r «••<
Treatise on B’ood and Skin Diseases mailed
• • í 1 •• '!*' ,.y. Ih-.;,- vi 1 , 1’1033.
as a more wonderful improvement than oil, Black oil, or Castor oil, Geo. W.
Tn : SWIFT SrwiFlc C o .,
Several of our boys went down to
George Jones and famliy accompanied that of one or two entire seconds would Burt can eupply you bj’ the pint, can or
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
T — • ,••»
\ by i lio uso of
California Express trains run daily
are at Nestucca, away fnom the heat of
• •• e-.»’« .1 *..
: * e me in-
BETWEEN PORTLAND and SAN
Celluloid starch is the best in the mar
and could be more easily beaten.
••' 3 •
. .4. ì i ••• <1 n. > lv*aUl • • -
Lumber is being hauled for the con
k'l. w i z
Forty o«ld years ago the bast trotting
struction of the pavilion on the fair
Mr. Barnekoff the proprietor of the
a better gloss than can he put on bv any
Portland 4:00 l’.M. I San Fran’ 7:4 A. M. grounds.
McMinnville mills has an "ad” in this record stood at 2:40. At that lime that other starch. Try it.
San Fran’0:80 I’ M. | Portland 10:10 A M
Dr. Tucker and family left last tVednes issue wnich should be read by all the figure was used to express eve« /thing
Condensed milk can be procured at ’ > \’. re ! ’ . Tu. J. Ay. ■ Co., LoY.’ell, Maw.
Local Passenger Hally, Except Sunday. day for a week or ten days recreation at people in the county.
fast. As a s'ang te; tn it was used t > il Wallace A Son's. This is a good prepa ’ LI I .’*• I ■.
•- <>i «! Dent r» in Medicine.
Tom Kogers, Lou Rogers, W. Price, lustrate all f ist men, fast methods and ration for persons going Io the moun
Portland.. 8:00 A. M.IEugene.. 2:40 I’ M.
Mr. Ross, Bishop & Kay’s tailor is day for Tillamook, where they will have fast movements. Horses atthattiin i had tains. Try it 25 cents per can.
Eugene . .9:00 A. M.IPorltand 3:45 P M.
able to be about after a long Beige of a good time fishing.
not been trained to trolling, and the
If you don’t belieyo that Martin A
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
possibilities of development tn that di Sanders will sell you hardware cheaper
TOURIST SLEEPERS for second class
Mrs. Forbes and Mrs. Ida Kingman
Otho Williams left last Friday fora who have been visiting relatives in this rection had not been realized and possi than any one else, just call and examine
Passengers on all Express trains.
The O. A C. R. It. Ferry makes connection two or thiee weeks vacation at bis home city left vesterday for their home in Spo bly not even faintly ima;'ined. After their prices, and you will be convinced.
with all the regular trains on the East Side in Dallas.
Damon Sawyer’s fine wagonette is
this record had stood for years, and was ready
Division from foot of F Street
to carry passengers to all parts of
Mrs. W. V. Price left Wednesday for
to be the best that could be the country at reasonable rates. For
West Side Division.
a few days visit with her parents in In erty which he bought from Mr. Steward,
made, a horse iiameil Bippo, in 1843, further particulars call on D.unon Saw
BETWEEN PORTLAND A s CORVALLIS. dependence.
lie Ims ... cited a bai n and is now build- completely fractured it by trotting a mile yer.
A. O. U W., meet at G. A. R. hall a hennery. Mr. Fletcher will move into '
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
every first and third Friday of each town in September.
I HE ONLY NATIONALSTANDARD
best time made, ami again the world by buying the Oaborno hinder twine.
C. G hissen , M. W.
Rev. J. T. Wolf, of Corvallis, who de- the
Portland 7:30 A. M | Corvallis .12:25 P. M.
in sport settled down into the A Sanders have just received a earload.
Corvallis 1:30 P. M.I Portland (¡:15 P.M.
J. I. Knight left yesterday for a trip livered the address at the memorial ser- interested
At Albany and Corvallis connect with through the country.—Medford Adver vices of tiie 1. O. O. F. held in Sheridan easy
belief that the best possi ble trotting (12 13)
trains of the’Oregon Pacific II. R.
a short time ago, is dead. He died on , recor«! had been made. But such a be
tiser, July 14.
We have a fine line of jumpers, engine
Express Train Dally
lief was far from the truth as is seen by er jackets, over alls, Jean pants, buck
It is rumored that Mr. Veneble
the wonderful time that lias been made gloves, and all kinds of harvester needs.
Portland 4:50 1’. M.lMcMinnvilleS:00P.M. of near this city has gone where the
ANSWER TO INQUIRIES, $1.00
LaCamas, Wednesday evening.
Mr. tn former years. A few years after the Also a few summer suits left. For sale
McMin'villeS :45A.M.I Portland 9:00 A. M. woodbine twineth.
This standard work is the only ÄEPOBT ON ENTRIES, CONTESTS, &c., $3.00
Collard has been fishing on the Columbia 2:28
E. P. ROGERS,
Mr. Joel Martin, who has been con and returns home until the fall run of
Manager Asat.G. F. Ji Pass. Agt
National Cyclopaedia of Biography Procuring Land Patents, Filing Arguments^
Bisiior A K ay .
upon the horizon of the trottnig world price.
fined to his bed for some time past is salmon.
and Conducting Contests, on Moderate
named Jack Rossiter, a horse without a
Send for circular to
Not a particle of calomel, nor any other in this country, and worthy to rank
now able to be about.
A large number of Harrison and pedigree, that had when young dragged deleterious substance, enters into the with the great national works of its
Will Price, John Baker and Tom Tur Cleveland hats arrived at Bishop A a hotel baggagewagon around the streets composition of Ayer’s l’ill*. On the con
ner started Wednesday for a few days Kay’s yesterdays. They will not cost of a western city, and was afterward trary, this medicine is carefully com kind in the Old World, now being
WASHINCTON, D. C.
fishing on North Trask.
Settler sliould have Copp's fattier's («aide
much and the partisans of both parties trained for the turf, who trotteil a mile pounded from the curative properties of prepared in England, Germany and t»ery
124 pages; price only 25cent*(portage*tan*j>s*
purely vegetable substances. Try it. |
IN BRALY’S BUILDING
It is reported that diphtheria has broke can afford to wear them.
that time until the present the record
erature, art, music, science or in
in the Beaver creek settlement, and
Miss Boone of Lafayette has declined has been reduced until it stands now at
If you wise to reetoro the bloom to
Landscape and Flower Painting out
several have already died.
the posi'ion tendered her in the McMinn 2:08?4- The next great reduction was your cheek, ami so improve your health vention will heomtted. Sold only
Thoroughly anti Rapidly Taught- Maud and Dora Cooper of Independ ville public school, by the diiectors. Tne m ide hy Fora Temple, a in ire also that plumpness ami strength wilh a suc hv subscription.
ence are in the city visiting relatives and position is now vacant and will have to without a pedigree, who improved this ceed emaciation and «lability, purify
W. W. BECK. Agent.
be filled before the school opens.
time by 2 1-2 secomls, making a recoi'l your blooil with Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.
friend«, for a week or two.
It is possible tbit T II. Tongue's
The stone for tlie foundation of the
T erms - Six !<•>•><>ns for >5.Hl
l>y Dexter at Buffalo, New Y’ork. August I ami speedily Unit any otliei
pavilion on the f iir grounds has been I voting stallio'i Van Tromp «ill train on 14, 1867, when he trotteil a mile in !
JI girs -T\v » till 3 |» in
W. P. Johnson, Hie artist, who lor the
hauled and work commenced.
terested in th«! prosperity of th ■ track at 2:17 14. Immedlatel after the race lie last four or five months has been visiting
The quarter-mile race on Saturday last | this city. He also is a subs« riher to
this city ami has given satisfaction evei v
ner for $;>o <X), ami that remarkable am time, will be 'lere August 2d, 3d and 4ti>
between Minnie C ami a sorel horse of the T elephone .
ateur o.i ne«l him to the time of his death. and Sept. 6th, 7th and Sth. His gallery
Will Bay's, vas won by Minnie C.
The Salem p ipers have it that a mar Mr. Bonner has bought each of the fast
M c M innville , oregon .
Notice in hereby given that the partner-
Born to the wile of Jack McQuade riage license has been granted to Mr. W. est trotters on the turf as they have is over Det mei ing’s store. Cabinets
sliin existing between J. W Baker and
T > Baker in the Threshing Machine En
J. Garrison of this city anil Emma Pen since appealed from time to time, down at correspondingly low rates.
gine, under the firm name of Baker Bros., pounds. Mother and child doing well.
ton, of Salem. It is repo« ted that they to Maud S., with her record of 2:08:1).
Paper Hanging and
and business connected therewith is this
More time, inunev and skill have been
I will be responsible for no debts con are married and will soon return to this
day mutually disolved; J. W, Baker having
purchased the interest of T. N. Baker in
otherwise, without an order.
said machine and engine. J W. B aker .
E. B. Fellows has opened a
Prompt Attention to Orders from
any improvement in machinery which
T. N. B aker
A. M c P hillips .
cream saloon in his building, The ice the inventive genius of man has under
For 1WW ..
ever, . wnu
tn the hands
.lune 15, 1888 (9:12)
Mr. J. S. Cooper, banker at Independ
taken To increase by a few secomls or
KLAN I O or BULB Os tains 8 Colored Plates,
ence, passed through on the train last
thousands of Illustrations, and nearly 160 pages, telling
A and reliable Medicine« are the best Friday on his way home from the Me bountiful supply of ice cream with which speed of a single trotting horse has re
That to buy, and where to get it, and naming lowest
VJVvX. to depend upon. Acker's Blood El tropolis,
we were supplied the other evening.
Tices for honest goods. Price of GUIDE only lOccnts,
quired years of training, and to keep
ACludlAg a Certificate goo«l fi>r 10 cente worth of Seeds^
ixir has been prescribed for years for all Im
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
Capt Van Alstine lias opened an agen and train a trotting horse costs as inucii
JAMES VICK» gBRIMMAN, „
District attorney II. II. Hewitt passed
purities of the Blood. In every form of Scrof
Hoc heater» N. »•
ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is through this city Saturday on his way lately occupietl by Mrs. Fellnor. He is ate desires in the comforts ami neces
When she became M I m , she clung to Castoriu,
invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equal« home from Tillamook where he lias been general agent for ihe medicine ami will sities of life. The multitude and quality
attending circuit court.
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
When she had Children, she gave them (’asteria
»stablisli an agency in this city. He is of horses so kept and trained indicate
There is considerable coinplaint alxiut well pleased with this county.
the vast expemliture that has been be-
Mongolian pheasants in Benton county.
stowe«! upon these experiments. The
The editor of this paper «luring the
Ca.-toria is recommended by physicians It is said that one covey will eat and dis- past week has been rambling over best horses except Main! 8., have inado
for children teething It is a purely veget troy more grain than a hog.
Washington Territory and Oregon. their best time long aftvr they ha«l pass
able preparation, its ingredients arc pub
Frank Rogers, Leslie Laughlin and Went as far north as tiie British line, ed what was supposed to be tlieir matur
lished around each bottle It is pleasant Beverly Apperson letnrned Saturday
ity, at 8 or 9 veara of age, ami she may
visited Seattle, Tacoma, Whatcom and now eease to be an exception. Flora
to the taste ami absolutelv harmless. It re
lieves constipation regulate« the bowels, evening from their trip on the Sound. nearly all the Sound towns anil come Temple, at nearly twice that age, <ii«l
quiets pain, cures diarrhwa and wind colic, The boys report having a good time back to McMinnville thinking that this her best woik. This is another evi
county is the best county in the north dence of the expense involved ir. the
allays feverishness, destroys worms, and while gone.
prevents convulsions, soothes the child and
west. In next issue we will emleavor training of trotters. Half ihe hleiline of
gives it refeshing and natural sleep. Cas-
to tell yon in what nt inner she excells a horse, 15 or 16 yeais old, is requiie<l
Will also furnish sacks on reason-
toria is the children’s panacea -the moth
Minnville Urt week Friday ami spent a nil other counties in Washington Terri to develop its best speeil at this gait, ami
ers' friend, 35 doses, 35 cents.
often the improvement is only n few
«lav or two looking about the town.—
increasing in value in that section won secomls or less in trolling a mile. A
derfully ami it is «lone by expending en goo<l ohl age for an ordinary I ioiso is
th» Children. They are bs -
“Uncle'' Billy Mason ami wife return ergy. The same could be hail in this bv eighteen or twenty veais. The age oi
Y jv VW pecially liable to sudden
folds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, ed Saturday from an extended visit east. the use of the same article freelv.
Dexter at his deatli was Ihiity years.
We guarantee Acker’s English He reports’having a good time among
But since tie was purchased by Mr. Bon
Remedy a positive cure.
It eavee his relatives and friends oi boyhood
Y'ou are also notified that I have
ner lie has ha«l an easy time, like any
hour* of anxious watching.* Sold by days.
other fortunate and retire«! individual. erected, and will soon have in run
Geo, W.Burt, Druggist.
While you are grumbling about an oc Races Open to ali the Horses Even an e«litor wouhl greet with joy the ning order, by September 1st, 1888.
“Cwtoria is so well «Uptod to children that Castorin enre. Colle, Coartlpatlon,
time to bo retired if ho know he would
casional warm day, just stop and think
I recommend It a. superior to uy pnvcnpU«m Hour Rtomach, IMarrtuB., KructsUon.
have as good a time as Dexter hail «lin a fine large Grist Mill near my
in the State.
of the poor unfortunate printers panting
Kills Worms, gives sli'cp, nod promote <U-
IL A. Anew««, H D.,
I'.v.v, ‘¿V for breath with the mercury boiling at
ing the last yeais of his life, but then an warehouse, and that said mill will
Ill 80. Oxford 84., BrooU/n, N. T.
Wttbout injurious medication.
Soother at hand. It is the «nly safe 100 and upwards.
be thoroughly furnished with the
T h « Crrsrn Conr*irv, 77 Murray HtrMt, M. T.
trotting horse, He has n h—I of a time all
medicine yet made that will remove aM
The following races have been ar through lile ami it is said that he still latest improved Roller Mill ma
Miss Mira Burnett who has been visit
infantile disorders. It contains ao Opium
er Morphin«, but gives the eliild natural ing in this citv for the past few dtys, left ranged by the fair association to take continues to have the same kirnl of a chinery, which is warranted to me
tote from pain. Price 25 cente. Bold by Saturday for Salem, where she will visit place on the 3rd 4th 5th and fitli of Sep time after death. With enough to eat— to make as fine flour as is make in
a week or ten days and then go to San
an«l a liorsr never eats too much—with the state.
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
Francisco for an extended visit.
Trotting, free for all, stallions, I just the exercise reqnireil lor health, lie
t____ : $200.
had all the chances required for long life,
Mr. Spring of the east lias purchased beRt two
ill three, , purse
Everybody wishing to put in wheat to
Trotting, three rear ol«l class, f«ec for i that a good constitution nml Hie capai-i- be groumi for family use Oan do so free
land in the ('handle' edition ami is pre
Notice for Publication
I... • two
t i> .. iti
ipK could h ive ¡ill .Ged to 1
of I his
paring to build thereon. The foitndatior all,
l ioltiug, I wo yeat ohi class, free for bis share. Tim friends of « Id Dexier,
for Ins residence has already l«een laved
L and O ffice nt Oregon City. Or., i
will be gl.>d tn l.-arii th it. in his «leatli
July fitli. 1.MHH i
by Mr. I’nfteraon and shows work <>l all, best two in three, ptuse $150.
Riiniiing, one mile dash, free for all, according Io In« owuei's ««oh r, lie «Io -
Notice is hereby given that the following • skill and good taste.
not go to the lwn>e-yai«l, blit has a lit
named settler has tiled notice of his inteii
I have gone into the Clothing buHiness. I am now ready to supply
lion to make final proof in support of his
Running five-eights da*«’, for Yamhill grave in a country field, where in the
your want« with Big Bargains in Mens’ and Boys’ suits. I’ants, etc.
etalm, and that said proof will lie made be- | came up last Friday evening ami started <*oiintv, I ioih «! entrance $10., $50 a«l<led spring time, tlie apple hliwsoms will
fore the gounty judge or in his absence the 1 for a few davs trip in the mountains Sun
Running, five-eights dash for two year | bloom ami fall upon his resting place, I
My motto wiB be “Small profits and Quick sales.
•elerkof Yamhill Co .,nt l>afayctte, on Tues- ( day. accompanied bv George Jones and >>l«ls for Yamhill county, entrance $10., and fill tiie air with delightful fragrance,'
day. August 21’L lCSS. viz: Truman’ II family, Will Easterl'r.s.k and Mi-x Net
Bowd, homestead entrv, No 4513 for i I m
Noveltv raite, lor Yamhill county wave in the l>:eeze slsive his icinains.
1 E. »< Of N.w
lots I. 9. 10 of Her 2G | lie Henderson.
horses, first walk; secoml mile, trot; and Hi- pure wliilo snow in winter will
* 5. S R 3
He names the following I What i« siii p‘*e’l I”
witnesses to prove his continuous resi<lt,n»,i pension ever »-aid by the government to thi.il uiil". iiiiiniiig AH under saddle. fall and cover like a pall all that remains
I have but mv foot down on high prices to liegin with. I have bought
of no« of Ameiieat' greatest horses.
'¿pon, an’^ cultivatisn of. sai«l land, viz: nnv one for
a a private Sohhsr $5 ent i ance, $20 »«Idol.
stix-k for Cash, and that talks you know. Good Mens’ suits from
Roger D. Tompkins, of Wheatlan-I. 1’9.
Trotting, three minute class, Yamhill
awarded to John \ iu®,
4?r ; Martin B Fowler, Wheatland: 1’ II * 1 han just been i-------- *_.j, Kv. The county horses. Purse, cart offere«! by
!’ea<l the following: Mr <’ H. Morris. $10. upwards. Boys’ suits from $1. upwards. Mens’ pants, good and
rowleF. Wheatland; A, P. Magness. <»t who live« near Owensboio,
Newark, Ark.. Roys:
“Was down with' durable at $3.50 per pair. Come and see me. I can please you. In
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
Slaver A Walker and $25 by society.
i»ension, 175 per I..-,
July 13 17
abccM of lungM, an<l friends and physicians
W T. B urney , Register. , blindness, and, dating I' ick to the begin
i»roiiouii<*r<l me an Incurable Consumptive. Mens’, Ladies’ and Childrens’ shoes my stock is larger than ever to suit
taking hr King’s New ffiseovery the times. PIONEER BOOT and SHOE STORE. Opposite the Grange
ning of Vice ’s application in the first $10 to third.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, for <'oiisumplion.
yea? of the war of the
am now on my third
Notice for Publication-
Bruises. Sores, Ulcers. Malt Khonrn, i bottle, and able to oversee the work on my Store. 1’. F. BROWNE.
azvrviot 111 n<7 over
114,(J»*’’. ’ . ICC
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, farm. It is the finest medicine ever made.
was abjectly poor anil has a helpless
L axd Orrick at Oregon City, Or., '
Mr W. If Morgan, merchant. Lake ( [ Chilblains, Corns, ami all Skin Erupt
Jesse Middle wart. Decatur, Ohio, says;
July 6th, 1888 !
vere cold, ions, and positively cures Piles, or no - “Had it not been for Dr King’s New Dis
City. Fla . was taken with a
Notice is hereby given that the following
Bv an exchange from Hastings, Ne attended with a distressing t ough an«t run Pay require«!. It is troaianteed to give covery for Consumption I wouhl have died
named settler luis tiled notice of his inten
long troubles was given nt» by doctors
perfect satisfaction, r.r money refunded, of
tion to make final proof in support of his braska of July 13, we Isarn that hun ing into Consumption in its first stages
Am now in best of health ” Try It sample
In spite of the cry HARD TIMES we are doing a good trade. In
claim, and that said proof will lie made be dreds of people perished rmserablv in • He trie.1 manv soealled popular coligli prim 25 cents per box. RogersATodd. bottles frr* nt llogers <V T»wM.
W »« ,
spite of the uproar and frantic efforts of our comjietitors our business
fore the .aunty judge or in his absence Hie blinding storm of snow and ice. Owing remedies aii<l steadilv grew worse
clerk of Yamhill Co..at Lafayette. Or..Mon to the intense heatof two
previous, redu«-e«l in flesh. Iia.i difficulty in breathing ,
is constantly increasing. The people know that we sell only pure and
day. Sept. 3rd, 1U8. via : Roger D. Tome the people were unprepared for the worst am) was unable to sleep. I nslly tri«-«l Dr Wo «a. that are fretful, peevish,
! reliable Drugs and Medicines and at prices as low ns good goods can be
King'.« New Discovery for < onsunipion amt
kins, homestead entry. No. 45HH. for the storm ever
that found inime«liate refief, ami after using XJVAVJ VtYl CTnM or troubled with
1 A 2 of 8r. 2H. A Lot 1 NE '.of
ai>out a half «loxrn Isiltle« fi'Uml himself Windy Colle, Teething Pain«, or thou sands iuff«*ring f rotn • Asthma,'. C ob .
-*’ W. x of Sec. 23, T. 5, 8 R. 3. W. He state. The thermometer fell one
Stomach Disorders, can be relieved tumptioB, Coughs, etc.a Did job «v«r try
Our stock of Hair and Cloth Brushes, Tootli • Brushes, Combs, Per
> he following witness«*« to prove hi'
No other remedy «-an sliow so grand a I at once by using Acker'« Baby Soother.
conunuous resideme upon, and cultivation hours. The
— snow was eight feet deep in recon! of cures, as Dr. King s New Discirt- It contain« ao Opium or Morphine, Acker’s E-.g'l*:« l!«m«4yt 'It U th« boot fumery, Toilet Soaps, etc,, a’int big enough to make much fuss about
preparation known .'or all Lang Troablaa, i but we know we can suit you when you conic to see us.
’*¡'1 land, via.: Truman H. Dowd, of the streets. It was impossible for any
heatland. P O , Oregon; Martin B. Fow- one to be 01U with out perishing in a erv for Consumption guaranteed to do just« Lence is nefe. Price K cent*. Bold hy •old on a positive gaarantoo at 10«., 50c.
ROGERS & TODD,
¿1. I*. H. Fowler, A. P. .Magness, all of short time. Th-
about five Rogers A Tod«l's Drug Hbare
Geo. W Bn.-t Druggist
------- a last««!
| Geo. W. Burt, druggist
W. T B vhsst . Reg.
City Drug Store.
hours and proved very destractiv«.
Fishing tackle can be bought at Man
McCall & Perkins,
E. E. SELPH,
Portland and San Francisco,
Cytijpsiii of taria» Biography.
Ciiiitiiiiiing Over Twenty Tliousand
Articles on Proniineni People.
HENRY N. COPP,
NEW ART STUDIO
H. C. BEST, Artist.
J. B. ROHR,
House. Sign, and Ornamental Painter
You are hereby no
tified that I have thor
oughly overhauled and
repaire d my I a rge
warehouse at McMinn
ville, Oregon, and that
I will store grain on
PtTk’ra «°aiif «“
8 E E P 3 ’
Children Cry for
for Infants and Children.
Filling a Long Felt Want.
A liberal patronage
F. B arnekoff
Grand Big Opening.
I have no Rents nor Clerk hire to pay.