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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1890)
OF IMPORTANCE TO FARMERS.
A Sad Accident and Death.
Those excellent cakes linked by Wm.
Kuns are very fine. Try them.
In the matter of the application of Te.Uiiionlal. Received From I’rouOnenl
Last Thursday Bev. J. N. Cobb and
Miss Jennie Griffith visited the pub M. C. Hewitt were shingling on the W. T. Hash et al for a county road near Yamhill County Farmer, by Martin * i It is pathetic to observe the game at
Thursday, November 13, 1890.
lic school on Monday. She returned to
Sander. Te.'.ifylnf to the Excellence of tempts of the republican leader« to ex-
roof of B. Clark’s new residence when Dayton; dismissed.
' Salem on Tuesday.
their foothold gave way and they slid
In the matter of the equalization of the Well Known Canton Clipper Tlow, I plain away the awful disaster that ha«
The Best Remedy—Wright's Paragon
befallen their party in the cast— a dis-
Headache Remedy. Stops pain in five down the roof from near the comb and the assessment of John Ennerv; con
’ Messrs. Martin A Sanders,
I ' aster the like of which lias not been
Froni 7 a m. to 7 p. m From 7 -.30 p. minutes. Harmless, tasteless, no ill ef fell to the ground, a distance In all of tinued.
known since the collapse of the whig
m. to 8:30 p. m.
fects. A positive cure for headache and about thirty feet. Mr. Hewitt sustained
In the matter of the assessment of R.
Money order hours from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. neuralgia. Sold by Rogers Bros.
in 1852. Only one of them,
a severely sprained ankle; and Mr. B. McDonald; ordered that certificate
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. m
I bought of you a year ago con- Mr. Lodge, admits that they were fair
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. m. Mail
Rev. O. B. Whitmore spent Sunday Cobb, being an old and heavy man was of deposit for $2500 named in writ not I i Gang
tinues to give good satisfaction. The ly and squarely lietttcn. The others
north closes at 2:30 p. ni. and 9 p. m.
in this city with his family. Mi'.
assessed be taxed.
; work can not be beat.
Mail for 5:45 a. m train closes evening Whitmore is the official organizer of frightfully bruised and broken up. One
take refuge in remarks about "off'years”
In the matter of the assessment of T.
H. C lark .
before at 9 p m
the A. O. U. W., and has instituted leg and one arm was broken and all the
and the “swing of the pendulum."
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail several new lodges and added to the ribs in one side were broken from the A. Turner; certificate for $1000; decided M c M innville , O r ., Oct. 10th, ’90.
Mr. Carnegie says that every adminis
closes at 11 a m.
membership of many others. Before spine. He was immediately taken to not taxable.
tration has such a swag in the middle
many weeks he expects to hold a pub his home near by, where everything In the matter of the assessment ofj
lic meeting with Charity lodges in this possible was done to relieve his suffer Susan Sawyer; deduction of $2520secur Martin A Sanders,
of its term. Mr. Sherman says that he
M ethodist E piscopal C iivbcii —Services city.
can remember a dozen such incidents.
ing: He only regained partial con ity mortgage.
every Sabbath at 11 a. m and 7 :(i0 p m.
Mr. Ellery Rogers, who served as
Gentlemen: In regard toplows will
Mr. McKinley insists that the result
In the matter of road district No. I; say
Sunday School at 9:30 a, m i’raver meet county clerk of this county, several sciousness, and died Saturday night,
I have used the Garden City and in his district is a striking victory for
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
Scotch Clipper Plow and will say the his bill.
years, was elected county treasurer of
R ev J. T A bbett , Pastor.
Whatcom county, Wash.’, last Tuesday. fayette county, Missouri, August 7,1835 repairing bridges.
Canton Clipper Sulky Plow I Ixiught
CCMSZKLASII PBE8BYTEBtAX ClICRCH —
This is not the way these gentleman
In the matter of the sheriff’s tax of Mitchell A Lewis Co. one vear ago is
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7 p Mr. Rogeis was the only democrat and was 55 years,three months and one
elected in Whatcom county. Ellery Is day old. He united with the church bond for $8000; approved.
the liest plow I have used in Oregon. It were talking before the election. There
m Sunday School at 9:30 a. in.
covers stnbhle perfectly.
a man that is well qualified to fill the
R kv W ilkv K nowles , Pastor
was nothing said alxiut “off years”
In the matter of the building of the
' W. C ain .
B aptist C iichch .- Services every Sabbath position, and will serve the people of at the age of twenty, and was licensed
then. The people were notified that
at 11 a. m. and 7:T0 p. in. Sunday School at
the McKinley bill and the policy of the
friends of Mr. Rogers in this county are family of thirteen, ten of whom survive; stringers under approaches.
R ev R. M c K illop , Pastor.
B allslon , O h ., N ov . 6, 1889. republican congress and administra
CnatsTi.iN C hurch services every Sabbath pleased to learn of his success.— Lafay three of the four brothers are M. E.
M artin A S anders ,
■Bt 11 a. m. and 7 p in
tion were on trial, and a republican
preachers. Besides these brothers and W Cave for county aid; referred to
R ev D r . B. F. F uller , Pastor
Tlie crown paper mills, at the fall« of sisters lie leaves to mourn an aged fath- Commissioner Perry with power to
Gentlemen: In regard to the majority of one in the new house
the Willamette, are to be enlarged by er, wife, two sons and an adopted
Canton Walking Gang handled by you would have been accepted as a popular
the addition of two stories to one wing
will say I have tried one and pronounce
of the present building, anil the erec
In tlie matter of the application for a it a success. I have no fault to find verdict in favor of the party.
“The eyes of the nation are upon
stay he bridge in Lafayette district; ordered with it.
Ion will find a complete line of fancy
J ohn C ampbell .
you," said General Goff, of West Vir
and staple groceries, crockery and size for storage purposes. This mill is made many true friends.
now running night and day and lias
glassware. A complete stock of green orders on its Ixjoks which would ne'-es-
C arlton , O b ., Aug. 13, 1890. ginia, to the voters of Pennsylvania.
other material and the district to do
Where i« the Hu»ba:i<l all Thin Time?
and roast Rio, Costa Rica, Mocha and sitate its running steadily for about six
I am well pleased with the Clipper “A disaster in Pennsylvania; then
the work; lumlier not to cost more than
Tricycle Plow. It gives general satis look out for the deluge,” shouted Rep
0. G. Jara coffee; fine gunpowder, week.« were no more taken. The busi Any one who will step between man $9 per M.
“The effect of
English breaksast and Japan tea. The ness has been perfectly satisfactry to and wife and destroy the happiness of In the matter of county poor farm; faction. It does all it is recommended resentative Cannon.
the company having charge.
a household, as has been done near this L. Loughary and Commissioner Perry to do. It runs as light as any other such a disaster would be irredeemable,”
most complete stock of candy, nuts, ci
plow the same size, and does as good
cried Senator Ingalls. “The election
gars and tobacco in the city. Can
Wanted—All persons who have not city during the past week, deserves a appointed to investigate and report at work as any man could wish to do.
of Pattison would mean a democratic
ning <t' Wallace's extracts are best and settled their accounts this fall to call
W. W. J ohnson . president in 1892,” said Mr. McKinley.
cheapest. We offer no prize but prom and do so at once, as I need the money, dose re]>eate<l until the party either
Are all these solemn words to lie eaten
ise you fair dealing for your money and am tireil carrying the account and concludes to emigrate or become a C Grissen............................. $
M c M innville , Or., Nov. 16, ’89. now to garnish a banquet of crow?
paying interest on money for the ac moral being, We refer to the case C H Neal................................
M artin & S anders ,
A simple inspection of an ordinary
J. II. Hende rson, l’rop. commodation of jieople owing me, ns which lias been the talk of the town J Calbreath
Gentlemen: In regard to the Can- political almanac or a reference to any
every merchant lias to do who extends
P P Gates................................
.> ■ will say, it gives the best of satisfaction memory of average length will show
Local anil General.
a credit. Therefore the first thing to stand he resides in McMinnville—made W C Cook............... ...............
and is a good investment. I plowed how unfounded is the assertion that
Positively no diphtheria in this city. do is to settle such accounts promptly. has a family and a husband residing Manning A Cngerman........
and sowed 60 acres in 20 days with four every administration suffers from a dis
If yon cannot do so now its not likely
The mumps arc abroad in the land— you will be any lietter able to in a year near here. Her husband is said to lie LH Baker............................
astrous reaction in the middle of its
C W Talmage.........................
J. B. F letcher .
term. The Hayes administration was
Miss Mattie Griffith will remain a
• not especially strong, but there was no
promptly attend to this part of the and supported her well. But the chap I) R Kingery
few weeks in our city.
M c M innvill , O regon ,
front McMinnville came lietween them, Wm Galloway......................
Sept. 8th, 1890. democratic tidal wave 1878. The Cleve
You can tell good bread can’t you? business cannot find fault or complain and, as a result she left with him for J W Hobbs
land administration was backed by a
if they find suits brought to enforce
Try that baked by Wm. Kuns.
Gentlemen: The 16 inch Clipper democratic house throughout its entire
pastures new. We withhold the lady’s R PBird................................
J. 8. Adams, of Hillsboro, has brick
' Tricycle Plow I bought of you one year four years. In several of the states the
name as she is from a good family and Jesse Morris............................
necessary, to move some.
for sale, see ad in another colum.
j ago gives excellent satisfaction. I can
A J Apperson.....................
A. J. A pperson .
do as good work and do it as easy,if not democrats displayed much greater
C W Talmage.........................
Elsia Wflght has one of the finest
easier on the team, as with a walking | strength in 1886 than they had in 1884.
G W Kauffman......................
signs in town. John Rohr is the artist.
Vis» Jones’ Mill.
i plow of the same size.
! As to Mr. Sherman’s assertion that he
pleased to know his name though at F H Barnhart ...
Highest cash price paid for Poultry of
5 onrs i respectfully.
| cau remember a dozen such catastro-
present we are unable to do so.— Mon McCoy Printing Co..............
all kinds at Knight, Wood 4 Wallace’s.
B. F. S parks .
G. W. Jones, the proprietor of Jones’
mouth Democrat. There must lie some St Vincent’s Hospital..........
j phes as the present, he would make a
Fresh bread, cakes, pies and taffy sash and door factory at McMinnville, mistake about this, as no McMinnville Meston A Dygert
; valuable contribution to political liis-
Chaney A Allen..................
every day (Sundays excepted) at Glis and also of Jones’ mill on the east side
i toryif lie would name even one.
man is missing so far as anybody L Loughary...........................
of the coast range near the headwaters
Jeduthan Torrance to Jas. Kerby 28,-
W T Shurtleff
The simple fact is that Tuesday’s
Acorns in every conceivable variety of Trask river, made this office a call knows.
27 acres, t 2 » r 4 w; $282,70.
■ W M McDonald .................
elections were of tremedous signifi
at Hodson’s, sold separately, not by the
last week. He says that the most feas
! John Martin.........................
Edwin Hornbrock to I. Nichols, lot cance. They mean the absolute cer
158 Dayton; $100.
Cold weather is knocked out by ible route for a wagon road from this
tainty of a democratic president in 1892
In conversation with a number of
Hodson's Acorn stoves. It stands no place to the valley is via his mill to Mc
John Lynch to J. H. Hodge 4.55 unless the democrats commit some
show at all.
Minnville. There is already an excel
acres near McMinnville; $682,50.
C A Wallace.......................
monumental blunder in the mean
liberati has signed a contract to fur lent road from his mill to McMinnville ' country this week we were informed J A Todd............. ..................
Jas. Weston to Wm. T. Weston, .94 time, or unless a foreign invasion shall
nish the music for the Mechanics fair a distance of eighteen miles. The road that they do not want to draw out of D A Wallace.........................
acre, 15 s r 4 w; $1.
unite all parties in the national defense.
H W Hewitt .........................
in 8an Francisco next year.
from this place up the Trask Tiver to! Crook and go into a new county, and Wm
P. R. Fendall to C. E. Eendall 1,53
At the time of the democratic
For Sale—I have a large quantity of Crenshaw’s place is very gixxl and lias they say they express the sentiment of A Sanders
acres t 5 s r 7 w; $100.
, tidal wave in 1874 the republican
baled hay in town for sale. Call and no heavy grades, and is about fourteen i a large majority of the people of that W T Shurtleff'
Augus McCullough to F. A. Fletcher I party was much stronger in the country
see it. J acob W isecarver .
miles. By keeping up the Trask from . section. One gentleman in particular E C Brooks
80 acres in sec. 4,15 s r 7 w; $1300.
‘ than it is now. It numliered in its
Call at Hodson’s and see samples of
Mr. John Evans, wa« very bitter II M Bond
R. W. . Lancefield to F. A; F lctcher
lnany men who are now active
White Bronze Monuments, better and Mr. Crenshaw’s place and over the di against county division. He says he Lester Vanatta ......................
vide to Jones' mill, only twelve or four
land in 15 s r 7 w; $1782.
cheaper than granite or marble.
leaders of the new democracy, The
Chas Allen ...........................
G. F. Bullock to Caroline Merrill war had been over for only nine years,
It sounds strange to recent arrivals teen miles of new road will have to be
part of block 11, Chandler's addition to and the animosity of the rebellion
from the east to hear the complaints of built, making the distance from this ty years, and has helped to build all J W H F Henderson
place to McMinnville not to exceed for-, the courthouses and jails he wants to. Al Hussey..............................
the farmers that it is too dry to plow.
period still burned in the veins of the
C. A. Wallace to Carrie E. Hill s j of western farmers. The men who re
The Misses Jennie and Mattie Griff
The old route going over the high i
ith, of Salem, came over on Saturday
A D Runnels
lots 7 and 8, block 16 McMinnville; buked republican shortcomings at the 1
to visit their sister Mrs. Geo. A. Peebles. mountains to North Yamhill never can who want office and desire to build up AT Killen..............................
polls did not mean to abandon their i
J. L. Story, of the Dalles, is in the be made a good road, and is nearly al- i their town at the expense of other parts B F Simmons.........................
M. 8. Peery to A. M. Peery 100 acres party permanently. Yet the elections
city this week, having been called to ways blockaded by snow in the winter. of the country. Mr. Evans says if the E L Haj’s................................
15 s r 3 w; $3500.
of 1875 still went against the republicans
thè bedside of his mother who is very By following the South Trask an easy Antelope folks want a new county D B Kingery........................
R. B. Miller right of way for county and in 1876 Tilden carried every doubt
they can have it, but they must not try Josephine Klouehek ..
Change of life, backache, monthly ir
ful state. In 1882 a similar experience |
U. S. to T. II. Dowd, 151 acres sec. 26, was repeated. The congressional del
regularities, hot flashes are cured by cross a low divide that would never I* to take Bridge creek away with them, D D Lebold ...........................
Dr. Miles' Nervine. Free samples at blockaded. By making the new road for the people there are well enough F L Harris..............................
t 5 s r 3 w.
uge of that year was the forerunner of a
Rogers Bros. 3
to connect with the road at Jones' mill satisfied to remain in Crook and will Churchman A Son.................
W. T. Shurtleff to J. W. Cowls and democratic president and house in 1884.
W. T.Shurtleff was in Portland Tues there will never be any trouble about
C. Wallace 30 acres near McMinnville;
The present crash is wider and deeper
day in attendance at a meeting of the snow, the rout will be shortened and it might.— Ochoco Review.
J W Mendenhall..................
than cither of the two former ones, nnd
world's fair committee of the state will always be possible to bring a fair
E. W. Evans to G. Wenger 23 acres t is likely to have greater results. It
Queer Freak of Lambs.
J G Smith.................. ...........
board of commerce.
FRUIT, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
load across the mountains.— Tdlamook
oo 3 r 2 w; $700.
means a democratic victory in 1892, not
It is reported that B. 8. Hardacre, Lee Fendall............................
Wright's Blackberry Cordial should
Cakes and Pies always on hand
be kept in every house. Invaluable in Headlight.
only in New York, New Jersey, Con
j foreman for H. Boettcher, had a queer Loss Madox............................
in all relaxed conditions of the bowels.
H 8 Maloney.........................
85 vided I interest in lot 3, block 3, New necticut and Indiana, but in several re
*>•••• »nn pure.
Sold by Rogers Bros.
00 berg; $100.
publican states that have always voted
which he was driving along Tuta-Wil- W
l»£a.d.e a.t Home, TX71i.oleea.Le azxd. T5.ota.ll.
Mary E. Moore et al to Nancy Wiley
N. J. Rowland and family took their , Estate of F. D. Stott, ordered that
50 undivided 4-5 interest in part of lot 3, for republican presidential candidates
departure for Tillamook yesterday. personal property be sold at public sale, | i low about 11 o’clock Sunday night. Whitmer A Graves.................
heretofore. It means a democratic sen
They go thither with the hope of im
Guardianship of Albert Crawford; I may have been its soft radiance which M Fisk...................................
ate in 1893 to work with the democratic
00 block 3 Newberg; $900.
proving Mrs. Rowland’s health.
Mary E. Moore to Nancy Wiley n e j president and house. The republicans
The Jersey Dairy still continues to
, W P Heacock
80 of blk 17, Newberg; $1100.
have played their last card in the way
furnish cream with the milk. Chas. McDonald and E. N. Ford appointed | for joy. Anyway they caught sight of D L Curl
Nancy Wiley to C. F. Moore e .1 of of admission of new republican states.
Holman is the proprietor. Just tell appraisers.
a band of cayuses and started after Floyd Long .........................
him you want some of the milk.
Estate of Daniel Carter first semi-an them, running so rapidly that Mr. G W Noe...............................
Whatever territories are admitted here
5 06 n e j of sec 15, t 3 a r 2 w; $2215.
Agnes Reid to Annie Mitehell lots 1, after will be democratic. Already the
Mr. Ed Beddel of Dallas, was in the nual account approved; i>etition to sell Hardacre could do nothing to prevent John Jones...............
36 00 2 and 3 blk 24 in Dundee $200.
city Monday, fitting patterns to the real estate filed and to lie heard Tues a stampede. After vainly endeavoring E E McVicker
5 85 T. G. Lee to L. M. Bodie, lot 5, block republican majority in the new senate
cornice on the new brick, from which
is reduced to four, and the mainten
patterns he will make the cresting.
7, Chandlers 2nd ad to McMinnville; ance of that depends entirely upon the
Estate of Wm. Suiter; will admitted the residence of J. M. Hemphill, whom A B Faulconer ...................
Little Lettie Wood near Willamina,
R Ivie A Son
219 52 $100.
stolen senators from Montana.
who had the misfortune to break her to probate. Laura Ella Suiter appoint he aroused at three in the morning. C F Daniels............. .............
10 00 Jas. Agee to Jas. Owens, w half of One very important result of the tidal i
leg recently, is getting along finely un ed executrix without bonds.
The two walked until three p. m. the ' J m A Dougherty.... ...
lot 12 Fairlaw*; $250.
der the care of Dr. W. Tyler Smith.
Estate of Samuel McKutcheon; final next day. The lambs were found in i H Ballinger.......... ..........
- wave is the fact that the democrats'
10 00 Jas. Agee to Jennie Owens e of lot ' will have tlie reapportionment of al-;
Impure blood and low vitality will voucher filed.
seven bunches, the last bunch Iteing . 8 L Hyde
make fearful inroads on your health.
18 75 12 Fairlawn; $250.
■ most the entire union under the new !
Estate of A. A. Kenyon, will admit discovered in the mountains, many J S Waugaman
Wright's Sarsaparilla will"cleanse your ted to probate J. A. Cain, Sylvester
census. That means future legislatures,
• Loss Hembree
blood and build you up. Sold by Rog
Totter and Dr. Field appointed apprais ' ed on a mad chase for the cayuses. . E R Burton .........................
- senators and representives without
12 00 We offer One Hundred Dollars reward number. It is a pity that California
Ten head could not be found.— East » Amos Bogue.........................
Melissa Westfall aged 15 years, was ers.
catarrh that cannot be cur
12 00 for any case of
Estate of Jefferson Davis; Jacob > Oregonian.
j is left out of this programme, but so far
brought here Monday from Newberg,
Hall's Catarrh enre.
50 00 ed by F. taking
J. C hekey A Co., Props.. Toledo. O ; as national jxiwer is concerned the
and after examined by Drs. Calbreath Wortman, J. O. Guild and If. Burns |
We, the undersigned, have known F. J.
and Goucher, was adjudged insane and appointed appraisers.
J Ragsdale. .
28 70 Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe i democracy can get along without us.—
sent to the asylum.
The Salem Journal says C. W. Wil- W F Coulter
105 95 him perfectly honorable in all business .S’. F. Examiner.
A New Enterprise.
i kinson went from Brownsville to that Marv Bynum
Fifty of the “Business” fanning
36 00 transactions, and financially able to carry
A CASK TN rOTNT.
mills for sale. For particulars address
5 00 out all obligations made by their firm
W est <t T raux ,
Hoffman A Bates.................... ] 13,000 00
W. E. Newsome, box 354, East Port
In oar forefathers' Cay«, plraples were attrPRi-
land, Or. Call at the factory 4 A C through the McMinnville produce I
t I ;.i tliwased blood Bat modem medicine ha«
W aldixo , K isvam A M arvin ,
street, East Portlaud.
market, which Triplet and Cook have j near the city, a lady In the truest sense I N Branson
Wholesale Drugcists, Toledo, O. J •monatmtedthet rich food doesnot createerap
24 00 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, tlcns by fouling the blood, but retards digestion,
H. L. Heath writes from Nestucca recently opened on D street near the |
26 50 acting directly upon the blood and mucous which makes the stomach torpid, and the circu
and went to Vancouver to re- JasWoeden
bay that there are millions of ducks First National bank. An establishment j married
Testimonials sent lation sluggish, and la turn causes an enfeebled
69 surface of the system Testimonial,
and geese on the flats. Salmon are of this kind has long been needed here | S '' f' . It now transpires that there is a F M York
' 75c. p r bottle. Sold hy drug- i -tion of the pores which congest or become pim
132 75 free ~
very plentiful, and the boys are having
nd . i y°un8 htdy at Brownesville who claims 8 Rolfe...................................
and as the proprietors keep flour, at™
ply. The modern tliaorr therefore is not to treat
all they can eat of both.
| ! to lie the wife of this same Wilkinson, E Grenfell.....................
We Still Hope
'he blofxl, but the stomach and liver, and it is
Morgan Ingerman . .
No one can afford to do without
indor this new idea, that Joy's Vegetable sar«a
Wright’s Myrrh Tooth Soap. It clean
Mrs F M \V aters ............. -.
35 00 This bit of news from the Eugene pariila was conceived. It has wiped out the
ses the mouth, purifies the breath, pre
Guard seems reasonable and if it proves ! ' blood disease” theory of pimples, of the old sar- i
Only one in the United States.
serves the teeth and makes them beau and sell country produce of all kinds, never been divorced from her. The
mi>arlllss. A case in point “ I have had for years
Outof 1307 cough syrups manufactur a fact would only be the fulfillment of i spelis of indigestion and dyspepsia and tried
tiful. Sold by Bogers Bros.
including dressed meats, live poultry,
nearly everything, f inally I took one of the
The acorns this year are very plentiful etc. The McMinnville flouring mill of once he had been married twice be
and many bear no doubt will fill their Co.
fore; ■ but
secured u divorce from his been found to be entirely free from opi “It is rumored that an electric road lea ling sarsaparilla«. It did not help me, but
stomachs' with them. Those at Hod
ates, and that is the California Positive is about to be built between this place -nnsed pimples to break out on my face, which I
irsJ^*’e !. - Our informant did not know
was told was caused by the potash it contained.
son’s will not digestanil will make Mr. with this firm, which will no doubt | I as
to No. 2. No. 3 is certainly unfortu and Negative Electric Cough cure, and Springfield. This would, of course Hearing that Joy 's Vegetable Sarsaparilla did not
build up a good trade in a short time.
Bear very sick. Go and see them.
which is the best on earth for coughs,
contain mineral and might act diiTereutly, I sent
The second quarterly conference of
I colds, croup, ete. Sold by Rogers Bros. erty through which it passes. It is al-1 fori:. The pimple«disappeared immediadelvand
the M. E. church South, for Lafayette
A Pointer for Farmers.
so reported and generally believed that I have now after months bad no return of the old
circuit will be held at Hopewell the 3d
For the Purchase of School Ronds.
the force of men working in Cow creek ' «pells. Il is a cure for indigestion anJ dyspepsia
Saturday and Sunday in December;
face erupt ion«."
The following dispatch appeared ill
Following are the letters remaining for will be nut to work on the West Side, ' vol the attendant
D. C. McFarland will be in attendance.
Mns. C. D. Str art ,
The directors of school district No. last Sunday’s New York Herald-.
1'121 Mission street, S. F,
It was rumored on the street Tues 11, In Yamhill county, Oregon, will re-' “Burlington, Nov. 1,1890.—J. M. Bech
ville, Oregon, Nov. 11, 1890:
vallis to Springfield via Eugene. Au
day that Wm. P. Holman had uncer ceive bids or offers until Dec. 1st, 1890, '
tel, general freight agent of the Iowa Adams, Portland 2 Agee, Tom
emoniously left for parts unknown.
electric road between Eugene and
Family jars are supposed to have been at Carlton in said county, for the pur lines of the Chicago, Burlington A Arthur, George
“The site has been chosen for a large
Springfield will, without question, be
the incentive. He left a wife and one
Quincy road, has completed a state
sawmill, to be.built at'oncc, just below
trict which are in the sum and amount ment which shows that- for the year
Griflftn, W T
we understand it’ part of the plans of Esterbrook point, on Tillamook liay.
Hall, Mollie S
Miss Etile Leabo has opened an art of $1333, to mature in five years, draw ending Oct. 31, 1890, this road has Holmes, Wiu
having a daily capacity of 100,000 feet.”
the Springfield Investment Co."
studio opposite the Grange store, on B ing 8 per cent, interest payable semi shipped out the state 4,505,300 pounds Lockard, J W
—Oregonian. “A sawmill with a ca
Btreet. Instructions given in any kind annually.
( of butter.” There is liittle if any ex- Mills, Lizzie M
pacity of 100,000 feet a day is to be erec
of art work; sketching, crayon,'pastel
Murray, L W
Heart disease is usually supposd to be i ted at Tillamook bay.—” West Shore.
and oil. Enlarging portraits a special Bids or communications may be ad ' euse why the creamery here is not Spencer,
T. J. F ryer , i making 1000 pounds of butter per day,
ty. Callers are solicited to examine dressed to
large proportion of eases can' lie cured “Esterbrook point is nt* Bay City, the
Parties calling for the above letters Thus
Chairman of the Isxird of directors, ’ and it will when the farmers see the
Mrs. Elmira Hatch, of Elkhart. Ind.,
will please say “Advertised.” If not and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid, Mich , growing and bustling young city at the
A new No. 9 Wheeler A Wilson $65
after suffering 20 years 8. C. head of deep water navigation on Tilla
I called for in two weeks they will be
sewing machine can be Ixiught at this
Linburg, druggist at San Jose. 111., says that
i'ublic School Notes.
office cheap for cash. This machine
sent to the dead letter office as “un Dr. Miles New Heart Cure which'cured mook bay. Still livelier times may be
was recieved in advertising and has The registration still increasing.
the frouier, worked wonders for his wife. looked for from now on indefinitely. It
J. C. C ooper ,
In persuancc of a time-honored vus- claimed.”
i I-evi Ixigan. of Buchanan. Mich . who had , would take a dozen sawmills of this ca
heart disease for 30 years, says two bottles ' pacity fifty years to make a hole in the
get our price before purchasing. Re
made him feel like a new man
member we have one only and we wish count of sickness.
27th day of November, 1890, as a day of
Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by , great timlier resources of this section.—
to sell it for cash.
A few cases of mumps among
Thanksgiving to Almighty God for the Runs high at Rogers Bros.' drug store New
Book of wonderful testimo-! Statesman.
Thanksgiving service will be held in children attending the school.
manifold and great blessings which He over System Builder, as every body is nials free,
Mile»’ Nervine Liver Pills.
the Baptist church on Thursday the
No cases of measles, scarlet fever or has graciously vouchsafed to this com using it. For Catarrh of the Stomach,
G. A. R. Custer Post.
27th inst, at 11 a. m. “It is a' good diphtheria as yet reported.
Dyspepsia, Constipation and Impure
Kot on a new principle—regulating the
thing to give thanks unto the Lord.”
Hall corner of Third and F street“, | liver, stomach and bowels through the
The president of the United States en Several visitors from other towns ; | observed on the part of the whole pco- Blood and to build up the system it McMinnville, Or. Post meets on the 1 nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Mile's Pills
certainly possesses wonderful merit second and fourth Saturdays of each ! speedily cure billtousness. bad taste, torpid
joins this public observance on all law huve visited the various rooms and wit ! pie by acts of devotion and charity.
liver, piles, constipation, i’siequaled for
abiding citizens, while the President of nessed the exercises held in each.
month at 7:30 p. m. Transient com- ; men,
In testimony whereof, I have caused when all speak so well of it.
women and children. Smallest, mild;
the whole earth enjoins it upon all
I rades cordially invited to attend.
surest 1 50 dose«. 25 cts Sample« free
whom he has so blessed during tlie past
ardner , Commander.
at Rogers Bros.
fixed on this tenth day of November,
year. Bev.J.T. Ablett will preach the an
All persons indebted to the under W yatt H arris ; Adjutant.
H igh -F endall .—At the residence A. D., 1890. S ylvester P ennoyer .
nual sermon, assisted in ttie devotional
signed will render a great favor by set i Sleepless nights made miserable by that SHILOH'S ViUlizcr is what vou need for
exercises by the pastors of the city. of the bride’s parents Sunday, Novem
loss of appetite, dizziness and
The singing will be in charge of the ber 9. 1890, Mr. M. M. High to Miss That Hacking Cough can be so quickly tling their bills by the 1-Mh of Novem . terrible cough Shiloh's cure is the remedy ' constipation,
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------- ’n- price 10 and 75
cured by Shiloh's Cure Me guarantee it.
I for you. Sold by Howorth and Co.
different' church choirs of the city.
bottle. Sold b; >y Howorth and Co
Sold by Howorth and Co.
These are represented by the Misses
CATARRH cured, health and sweet
M'ill you suffer with Dyspepsia and Liver
For lame back, side or chest, use Shiloh's breath secured by Shiloh's catarrh remedy.
Croup. Whooping Cough and B-onchitis
Gortner, Fuller. Handley and Mr. I ating. Mart’s many friends join in Complaint
? Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed Porous Plaster Price 25 cents. Sold by Price 50 cents. Nasal injector. ree Sold 6y immediately relieved hr Shiloh's Cure
wishing him joy, peace and prosperity. to cure yon. Sold by Howorth and Co.
Howorth and <’o.
Howorth X C’o
Sold bv Howorth and Co,"
At the Red Front Grocery
Now for a clean sweep.
1 have just received my
large stock of Winter
Goods from the East.
And I now offer them to
the public at the lowest
prices. If you want good
bargains bring your cash.
BAKER à CONFECTIONER
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES,
All Especially Fine Line or
Over Coats, Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
DRESS AND SEASONABLE
Is now Displayed and Offered to the Iiltqiee
tion of the Public.
will Convince the Most Skepti
cal that we Carry the Best
and Most Complete
Stock to Select from.
And our terms are equally or more favor
able than others when quality is considered.
We do not claim to sell cheaper than any
one else, for those are a lot of auction and
inferior goods, which we do not try to com
A. J. APPERSON.