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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (June 25, 1891)
Wliy not patronize white lalior and
have vour washing done at the steam
FEW DOCTORS AND DENTISTS.
FROM THE OCEAN BEACH.
A Land Where 4000 People Require One The Pleasures and Sights of a Trip to the
New buildings going up in various For the Week Ending Saturday, June 23
1891—U. S. Signal Service.
parts of town.
Frank Moore of Salem was down on
a Visit last week.
The weather has been cloudy with
John Brown of Salem is down on a
little sunshine. General rains have
fallen the whole week amounting to
A new photograph gallery in town.
Lots of early fall wheat is being from one to two and one half inches.
knocked down by the heavy rains the The temperature has been from one to
two degrees below the average.
Light frost on morning of 16th in
Miss Gertie Lamb closed her school
Polk county in sections. No injury
Prof. Hartley has put a new rustic done. Some hail has fallen in north
ern part bnt no injury is reported.
fence in front of his residence.
Heavy rains have hindered hay
Thad Townsend of Portland was at
making. Fall wheat has loged to some
this place last week on business.
Another brick building to go up extent and clover is injured. Weeds
have grown rapidly while the ground
David Gubser of Winlock was at this has been to wet to cultivate- Spring
sown crops are generally doing well,
place last week.
Frank Tolson, who has been at Port though sunshine and warm weather
land visiting the past month, has re- are greatly needed. Cherries are suffer
from rain, in some places rotting on the
turned to this place.
trees. Although the weather has been
The exercises by the children
too cool and rainy, crops in general,
Childrens' day were splendid.
Will we have a fair at this place this with the exception of hay, are doing
fall? If so, it is time some steps were well. The hop Jouse is prevalent in
Marion and Polk counties but the crop
Clarence Edwards has gone in part
nership with George Stabler for the
was generally below
purpose of starting a cannery.
Following ar the officers elected for the average. There was a light rain
the next six months at the Newberg about Walla-Walla on Tuesday and
Horticultural society: pres., E. C. Arm general rains in Wasco, Sherman, Gill
strong; vice pres., R. S. Inglis, sec. iam, Morrow, Umatila, Union, Wallo
and treas., Edmund Robinson. The wa, Walla Walla, Wash, counties,
subject How to raise strawberries was and south of the Blue mountains.
opened by George Stabler, followed by Rainfall was above’tlie average through
short speeches by quite a numberof the out eastern Oregon. Light frosts in
members. The following persons were Baker county on 19th. Snow in moun
the ones that received the premiums: tains in Baker, Grant and adjoining
For lurgest and iiest collection of cher counties on 18th, 19th, and 20th.
The rain was of great benefit to
ries, 1st E. C. Hoskins; 2nd Dr. A.
Hay has been injured to some
Mills. Finest specimen of cherries, 1st
E. C. Hoskins; 2nd Dr. A, Mills. Lar extent. The acreage of wheat in Un
gest and best collection of strawberries, ion, Umatilla and Walla Walla
1st Dr. A. Mills; 2nd Zimri Mills. Fin counties has been increased twenty per
est specimens of strawberries, 1st C. F. cent and the yield per acre will be
Smith; 2nd Zimri Mills. Largest and equal or greater than last year. In
l>est collection of roses, 1st Miss Joycie some localities, especially in the north
Hoskins; 2nd Mrs. Sade Hoskins. At and West of Pendleton and west of
the close of the meeting the fruit and Walla Walla the wheat has been burnt
flowers were put up at auction in small some. Some few fields will not lie cut.
lots (John Brown, auctioneer) and sold On the foot hills and high lands the
to the biggest bidder. A good time wheat was never better. The quality
of the wheat will be even better than
was enjoyed by all.
The state horticultural society will last year. The out-put from eastern
meet at this place on the second Tues Oregon and Washington from present
day of July, every person that is inter indications will be from one to two
ested in the fruit business should at millions or more bushels than that of
tend as there will be persons present last year.
B. S. P ague ,
from various parts of the state, who are
U. S. Signal Observer.
well posted on the fruit and Insect
Nervous debility, poor memory, dif-
Tlie college excursion last Friday denoe, sexual weakness, pimples, cured
Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Samples free
passed off nicely, although the weather
at Rogers Bros. 6
was very unfavorable.
Wild blacklierries are ripening.
Marled at the bride’s parents, June
17th, 1891, Milton Parrish to Miss
Jennie Parrott, we wish tlie new couple
a long and prosperous journey through
Carpets, quilts, and blankets washed
and satisfaction guaranteed at the
R iedern , G ermany , June 5, ’91.
In quest of recreation, health and epi
Years ago when Alex.V.Humbold visit curism, myself and companion made
Gents underwear washed with care.
From 7 a ni. to 7 p. m From 7:30 p. Shirts, cuffs and collars ife specialty at ed one of the South Sea islands,he made the nescessary preparation for a trip to
m. to 8:30 p. in.
this remark: “Oh, how beautifnl is this the coast. Starting from McMinnville
Money order hours from 7 a. in. to 6 p. in.
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. m
India and Ceylon teas are the best in world of God; full worthy man’s en very early in the morning, we had a
Mail south closes at 11:50 a. m. Mail the world and can be found at the Red joyment!” He, a great soul capable of fine day for traveling. We arrived at
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. ni.
comprehending the greatness and gran Lenoe's where we were most hospitably
Mail for 5:45 a. in train closes evening front grocery store.
before at 9 p m.
Western and Michigan washers for deur of the Creator’s works, felt the entertainment. The second day we
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail less money than any one in town can thrill of the soul of the things within proceeded across the summit and
closes at 11 a m.
sell them at Hodson’s.
him when he gave utterance to these amused ourselves on Three rivers catch
J. Seiters now has plenty of brick. words that in themselves are suscepti ing mountain trouts, wliich.were found
They are fine ones and all who desire ble of a more subtile interpretation. in great numbers. Proceeding down
M ethodist E piscopal C hurch — Services brick should call immediately.
These words of Humbold’s again and the Big Nestucca and receiving a
every Sabbath at 11 a. in and 7:00p m,
Goods called for and delivered to any again come up in my mind as I look pressing invitation from friends to re
Sunday School at 9:30 a, in Prayer meet part of the city. All goods handled
about me and behold the wonderful main with them for the night, as no
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
I. By the uniform purity
with care at the steam laundry.
R ev J. T A bbett , Pastor.
transformation of nature within the Yamhiller will let such an opportunity
C umberland P resbyterian C hurch —
Wanted—Forty men to cut wood. past few weeks. One accustomed to escape, we accepted and were served
of our Drugs.
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p For further paticulars enquire at the
American scenery and a western spring with all the delicacies that soil and
in. Sunday School at 9:30 a. in.
real estate office of W. T. shurtleff.
R ev W ii . ey K nowles , Pastor.
can hardly realize what such is in a blossoms could yield. We arrived on
II. By our Accuracy and
Before selecting your wall paper you
B aptist C hurch .—Services every Sabbath
luder the Opera House.
at 11a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at should see our stock. Additions are country with its culture of nearly 2000 the beach in tlie forenoon of the third
R ev R. M c K illop , Pastor.
constantly arriving. Burns <fc Daniels. years. A walk through a German for day and more fortunate than many had
Neatness in preparing;
Why pay 16 cents for hose when you est before sunrise on a beautiful May relatives to care for our wants.
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, 1’. of H., can get the best warranted steel wire morning is indeed a treat, it is then
The toll road is in good condition
;t in their hall the first and third Satur
ni each month at 10 a. m. Visitors wrapped hose for one third less at that the feathered songsters with their considering the bad weather. Mr.
\lly invited. J. R B ooth , Master.
hundred various songs fill the air with Landingham lias made many necessary
III. By our persistent ef
V II. A. H embree , Sec,
Wright’s Blacklierry Cordial should melody. It is then that the perfume of changes in the road and was busily at
lie kept in every house. Invaluable in a thousand wild flowers fill the air and work filling mud holes and ruts.
forts to please every
in all relaxed conditions of the bowels
Local and General.
intoxicate the senses. And then to see The seashore is certainly the grandest
Sold by Rogers Bros.
customer who conies to
J. hh I green tea 30 cts a pound, at the
Impure blood and low vitality will the sun rise over the grand snow-cover place in the universe for one to while
make fearful inroads on your health.
Dr. J. D. Fenton, of Portland, spent Wright’s Sarsaparilla will cleanse vour soon to be forgotten. I do no doubt scribe its mobile waters and its innum
blood and build you up. Sold by Rog share the opinion of every foreign trav erable curiosities. Wc have fish three
Sunday in the city.
eler, that Germany to-day has reached times a day and then fish between
The warehouse at Broadmead will be
No one can afford to do without the highest point of progrees, culture meals. Four of the campers went up
Wright’s Myrrh Tooth Soap. It clean and prosperity on the continent. I vis to Sand Lake, yesterday, and caught
You can get fruit pies of all kinds at ses the mouth, purifies the breath, pre
the Red Front bakery.
serves the teeth and makes them beau ited factories and schools and made sixty-four flounders. The Nestuck
myself acquainted with all its social bay affords good flounder fishing.
The weather has interfered greatly tiful. Sold by Rogers Bros.
with the carpenters in the city.
Henry Westphal, the artist in land conditions in city and country as near If other kinds of fish are wanted they
Miss Cora Baker has retured from an scape and marine, will open an art ly as possible, and I must admit that I may be caught from Sand cape. Rock
class in this city some during the found more general prosperity and con oysters, crabs, muscles, etc., arc equally
extended visit in Washington.
month of June. For terms and speci tentment amongst her people than I
abundant. Few coasters have visited
That nice light bread at the Red mens call at Fritz’ photo studio.
Front bakery is delicious. Try it.
expected. Two classes of professional the beach up to date on account of tlie
Tlie Best Remedy—Wright’s Paragon
Garden hose by the thousand feet di Headache Remedy. Stops pain in five men might do well to emigrate to Ger bad weather. But all who came seemed
rect from the factory at Hodson’s.
minutes. Harmless, tasteless, no ill ef many, M. D.’s and dentists; there is a to return invigorated and satisfied that
Family washing at special rates, call fects. A positive cure for headache and scarcity of I hose gentlemen here. In the health giving power and beautiful
neuralgia. Sold by Rogers Bros.
and get prices at the steam laundry.
Stuttgart, tlie capital city of Wurtem- scenery of the seashore well repaid them
The inspection of Co. “B” by Col. lierg is one American dentist who has for their trip. I will attempt to give a
A Mr. Stillman arrived here Monday
from Indiana. He will reside here per Beebe, Thursday night last, was at make a fortune and is now court den short description of this occidental re
tended by a large number of people.
The Col. expressed himself as being tist to the king’s family. But as a rule gion.
A large invoice of tea just arrived at pleased with the looks of tlie company. Germans are not as much in need of The Big Nestucca river, which takes
the Red Front Grocery. Every can
The Fourth of July poster are now- doctorsand dentists as Americans. One rise in the vicinity of Jones & Co’s,
up. The programs of the celebration district here, with five towns, one as mill, in Yamhill county, makes its way
Walter Holman writes from Boston will be out the last part of this week.
that he is making good progress in bis Look out for a good celebration. Plen large as McMinnville and the others down tlie rugged coast range and here
the size of Lafayette, the whole with empties into the ocean. From its
ty of fun and plenty of barbecued meat.
probably a population of 4000, has but source, possibly, part way down it is
Something new and novel; a Japanese Elegant parlor suits,
tiiinly settled, but from there to its
lady clerk at the Red Front grocery.
Fine new style bed sets,
Munich, the capital city of Bavaria, mouth it is thickly settled with many
Call and see her.
is the German Mecca for arts and sci flourishing homes oil its banks. It al
Several of our citizens are going over
ences. I spent six days there.
so has many tributaries, which are fast
to attend the teachers’ association to
be held at Newport.
being dotted with cabins, where the
C harles G rissen .
A person is in the city buying horses
vine maple and salmon brush are
The entertainment given last Mon
for the cavalry service. Black or dark
grubbed out fruit tree, vegetables and
day evening by Jas. G. Clark was well
Iron grays are the colors desired.
other necessities take their places,
worth the price of admission. Old
Reports from all over the county state fashioned ballads were sung with a We desire to say to our citizens that Most of the ranches border upon the
that quite a quantity of grain has been voice of rare power. It was an enter for years we have been selling Dr. creeks or river where there are small
knocked down by the recent rains.
tainment pleasing to all classes of peo King’s New Discovery for Consump bottom pieces of land, mostly level.
By Nature, But Realize tliat
tion, Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Buck-
Henderson & Gaunt have the finest ple.
Many years ago, a fire burned out all
lot of Yamhill county bacon, hams and
Grants Pass has fixed the salaries of
shoulders in the citv. Call and look at its officials as follows: City attorney, and have never handled remedies that the timber, which was mostly fir, and
as well, or that have given such now, only dead trees remain on the
$150; city surveyor, 40 cent per hour; sell
universal satisfaction. We do not hes
For sale—Engine wood, old fir, two city treasury, per annum $150; city itate to guarantee them every time, mountains while in the bottoms or lit
feet long, in quantities to suit. Price marshal, per annum, $780, street su|>er- and we stand ready to refund tlie pur tle valleys a young growth of scrub
intendent and policeman, $600; police chase price if satisfactory results do not timber has sprung up. Some inquisi
$3.00 per cord double rank.
S kinner B ros . judge, already fixed, $300. The total follow their use. These remedies have
amount of salaries per annum, exclus won their great popularity purely on tive person may ask how people make
Oh! could we but have sunshine.
The doggoned barometers don’t work ive of city surveyor and city assessor,
their merits. Rogers Bros. Druggists. a living in here, tlie answer is obvious.
on Oregon weather. They have been aggregate $1980.
Fall wheat is tumbling down lively.
A few cows, a few stands of bees, a
going up and the rain has been coming
Some hay being cut already but is
Tlie State Teachers' Association con couple dozen chickens, and possibly,
One of the heaviest rains ever known
We claim to sell more goods than any other Imple
in Ashland fell last Friday afternoon, venes at Newport, Yaqulna Bay, on some small stock constitute the majority sure to spoil.
Several members of Co. F, of Oregon an
house in the Valley.
City, with their ladies will attend the in a little over half an hour. Consid the 30th, ¡list, and closes on Friday of what will make a living for an ordi
dance given in this city on Friday erable damage was done to irrigating evening July 3rd.
nary family. It is very evident tliat
Every body and his lady wants to go
and other ditches by the washing Arrangements have been made for no person could expect to make a for-
The horses races at Portland last down of dirt, and all the ditches on the the accomodation of all attending its tune in such a rough country but nev- to tlie mountains fishing but the weath-
week were not started because of bad west of the town were filled so com* sessions.
er-the-less any one can come in liere won’t permit.
weather. They will be given in July iletely tliat the sand piled up to tlie
Fine weather on late grain but when
and by industry and economy obtain a
leight of a foot or more above tlie
tliat is said all is said.
And we Purpose to Stay there.
The Clemenceau Case can lie had in
Prof. Duncan will again have charge
this city during the middle of July if
of our public school the coming winter
the people feel disposed to patronize a cupy a prominent position in the who pay full fare to Corvallis and pre hand to mouth when they could take this, be-speaks well of the Prof, as he
Fourth . of
_. July procession at Eugene.
sent a certificate of membership of State up a piece of land on some of those
has had charge for the past three years
The Guard says: “Hon. John Whit-
The mines in tlie Cascade mountains eaker, attired in pioneer costume—over Association on return trip, J of fare creeks and in due course of time become
are far richer than the people know. alls, brogan shoes, checked shirt, straw only is charged. Bound trip tickets comfortably fixed? The mountains and gave universal satisfaction.
At least considerable money is being in hat and yarn suspenders—has been se from Corvallis over O. P. R. R. will not afford excellent range for stock while Carlton is to have another dry goods
And Pay no Tribute to Portland Jobbers, who
vested in stamp mills, ete.
lected to drive the three yoke of oxen exceed $2.50. So that any one going the soil is unsurpassed for productive store, that is right and room for all.
for years have robbed the farmers of Oregon.
Our customers are pressing us and we engaged for the occasion. As he from McMinnville and attending the ness. This country is well provided
One Ton of Meat to be Ised in Cele
lleafness Can't be Cured
must have money. We will sell goods liuncned the bulls the plains across, association meetings can make the
by local applications, as they cannot reach
at reduced prices for a few days to sat
be depended upon to keep them in line. round trip for not more than $5.25. Tlie back is to obtain teachers. It seems ns the diseased portion of the ear. There is
isfy them. C. R. Cook & Son.
Besides the ox team, three horse teams local committees at Newport have ar if some of the teachers from the valley only one way to cure dealness and that is
Mr. Jacobson, brother of R. Jacob will lie used to convey the fathers nnd
bv constitutional remedies. Deafness is
son, latev arrived from San Francisco, mothers who endured hardships and ranged to accommodate all visitors, would be delighted to teach here a few caused bv an inflamed condition of the
has moved into the Barnekoff house on privation in the early building of the members of association, with board and months during the summer time for mucous lining of the Eustachian tube. Great Preparation is being made
When this tube gets inflamed you have a
Is too Large a Profit on Implements. Port
the corner of First and H sts.
to Make this Celebration
lodging at $1 per day during that recreation.
commonwealth of Oregon.
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and
the Largest and Most
houses have made even more than this.
Dr. Harris of Eugene was in the city
when it is entirely closed deafness is tlie re
Successful One ev
HERE AT LAST.
and unless the inflammation can be
the other day looking at the fine stock
A fine programme is prepared for ated on the north bank of the Nestucca sult,
er Held in Yam
taken out an this tube restored to its nor
of the city. He has the refusal of Dwi-
A Goodly Number Turn Out to Organize a each day and evening session of the as at the head of tidewater, is a thriving mal conditionhering will lie destroyed for
LOW PRICES T-A-XuIZ.
na, S. A. Manning’s fine mare.
: nine cases out of ten are caused by
sociation, embracing vocal and instru place of about eighty inhabitants, It ever
Misses Nellie, Sadie and Josie Gort-
mental music, lectures, essays, recita has three stores, one drugstore, saloon, condition OJ the mucous surface“
Call and get ours.
ner are slowly improving. Their con
THE MEAT WILL BE BARBECUED
We will give one hundred dollars for any
dition improves each day and if noth A Yamhill county Fanner’s Alliance tions, reading, etc. All to conclude sawmill, schoolhouse in which there is case
ing prevents it will be but a short time was organized in this city on Saturday, with a grand reunion on Friday eve divine service twice a month, several cannot cure by taking Hull’s catarrh cure.
June 20tli. The following sub-alliances ning at Opera house.
liefore they are up.
AND IT WILL BE
nice residences, and in fact, mod Send circular free.
F, J. C heney A C o ., Toledo, O.
Jessie Young, formerly of this city is of the county were represented by dele
Sold by druggistf, 75 cents
reported as being in a critical condition, gates: North Yamhill, 5; Carlton, 3;
in Walla Walla, caused by continued West Chehaleni, 3; Amity, 4: Bellevue,
A Grand Parade of all the Civic .Societies;
bleeding of the lungs. Mrs. McCall, her 3; Moor’s valley, 3; Lafayette, 3; Dun Heart disease is usually snpposd to be Tillamook and Portland also comes in
Headed by the First Regiment Band in
mother left Tuesday night.
The section of the dairy law under Millitary Uniform. Company “B” Ore
dee, 3; Whiteson, 3; Pleasant valley, 5. large proportion of cases can be cured. There is a cannery one mile from the
Jones & Co’s, mills have been shut The officers elected are as follows;
which Food Commissioner Baker has gon National Guards in Full Uniform
and Mrs. Mary L. Baker, of Ovid, Mich , mouth of the bay which will furnish
down until the lumber trade begins.
Will March in the Procession. This Com
Several of the men thus thrown out of President, W. R. Derby, Lafayette; were cured after suffering 20 years. 8. C. employment to many men during the caused the arrest of Dairyman Cassady pany will Leave for the State Fncamp-
druggist at San Jose, 111., says that
of Salem is as follows: “When cows are ment Dnring the Afternoon.
employment have made up their minds vice president, J. T. Fouts, Carlton; Linburg,
Miles New Heart Cure, which cured I fishing season. Unfortunately on ac-
kept by any person for dairy purposes,
to enlist in the regular army, provid secretary, I). G. Rogers, North Yamhill; Dr.
the fromer, worked wonders for his wife.
ing they can can pass a satisfactory ex treasurer, T. B. Henderson, Amity; Levi Logan, of Buchanan, Mich , who had I count of litigation it was not operated either for butter or for cheese or for the
heart disease for 30 years, says two bottles i last year, but now has everything in production of milk or cream for sale, The Speaker of the Day is one of (Ire-
chaplain, M. Morgan, Pleasant valley;
him feel like a new man Dr Miles’ readiness to resume work at tlie proper
In another place you will find the stewart, R. A. Rosman, Moor’s valley; made
and are confined in stables, such cows
New Heart Cure is sold and guaranteed by
gon's most Gifted Orators, the
salaries paid to city officials by tlie mu
Bros. Book of wonderful testimo . time. The tourists may here have a so confined shall be allowed at least
nicipality of Grants Pass. McMinn
chance to view the unrivaled works of eight hundred cubic feet of air and,
Hon. G. J. McGinn, of
ville would do well to follow her ex valley; lecturer and organizer, J. H.
nature. Haystack rock towering three such cows so stabled shall not lie con
What is Baccarat.
ample, as good service on the part of Olds, Lafayette.
hundred and twelve feet above the
the city officials cannot be obtained for
Business committee: T. Goodrich, NJ
Tn view of the Prince of Wales hav- water, with her almost perpendicular fined facing each other unless there be
the lionor there Is in the office.
Yamhill; J. Wisecarver, Amity; A. ing lieen a banker in a game of baccarat walls, stands majestic ami dignified, an air-tight partition between such
The late census shows that in all the Nelson, W. Chehaleni.
some people would like to know what being seven eights of a mile from shore. cows at least four feet in height, and all
southern states the increase in enroll
stables where such cows are kept shall
Delegates to state alliance convention it is:
ment in public schools was ahead of
On the west side of Sand cape on a
the increase in population while in the which will meet in Portland, July 8.
Baccarat is played with three packs perpendicular wall directly over a lie well ventilated and kept in a good
New England states the increase in
W. R. Derby, T. Goodrich, T. B. of cards, a banker, and any number of cave is a cross. Some people think healthy (healthful) condition.”
public school enrollment was less than
players up to twelve. The banker that pirates concealed their ill gotten
A Safe Investment
that In population. This otters an in
shuttles the three packs and then deals treasures in the cave and cut this cross
teresting fact for consideration.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
two cards to the right, two to the left as a mark, others think that a ship you
Fred Fendall, of West Chehalem,
satisfactory results, or in case of
was seriously injured Sunday while
wrecked at some time drifted there and failure a return of purchase price. On If you Stay away from this Cele
Following are the letters remaining for
hunting. His gun was accidently dis-
safe plan you can buy from our ad
of any two cards dealt equal nine the
bration you will Miss tlie
''"rtettrged _mj<l tlie muscle of the left two weeks in tlie postoffice at McMinn holder declares his points and wins. then it was hewn in the rock, at any vertised Druggists a bottle of Dr. King’s
rate it is said that the prints of the in New Discovery forConsumption. It is
arm was torn
. Tuesday Drs. Cal- ville, Oregon:
Greatest Display ever
b rea th A Goucher, (ÌT^tTiis city Ware Boughton E S—3, Dudley, Boughton
strument with which it was cut are guaranteed to bring retief in every case,
Seen in this Part
the left hold a 10 spot or a face card it is plain to be seen by tlie aid of a glass. when used for any affection of Throat,
called and the arm was taken off at thè Bird, Tfios
Charles, I) K
shoulder joint. The chance for re Dimick, D I)
dounted as zero. So, too, when the sum Indian tradition relates that Sand cape Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption,
Delatte, Rev C
covery is very slight.
Glover J A
Glaze, R M
of any two cards is more than 10 the in early times extended to Haystack
ma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc.,
Hill, Jas H
Further developments ont he Annie Hooper, Wm
Of Our Confounded Competitors
cipher is dropped. Thus a seven and a rock. Cape Lookout is also a marvelous etc.
It is pleasant and agreeable to Bring Your Wife, Your Children,
mine, in Bohemia, Lane county, are to
the effect that it is getting richer as
two sevens as four, two nines as eight ular wall of rock, it rises several thous lie depended upon. Trial bottle free at
Lough, J F
they go further down. They now Kelsie, Mrs
Us Make Rome Howl
Rogers Bros’. Dragstore.
Maddox, Mamie and so on. If the sum of the first two
have a shaft sixteen feet deep, and the Lyman,
and feet above the level of the sea. On
For One Day.
ore assays $10,000 per ton. The ledge Murphey, Mathew Moore, Miss Carrie cards dealt is less than five, the player the extreme westerly point is a place
is five feet wide at the bottom. This McCormick, F H Nelson, W E
Prentiss, G A
where by great exertion and danger a
vein has been traced for a long distance Pearson, A J
dealt him face up. The object is nine person may reach the water. It was Tlie following is the monthly report Recolect the Exercises of the Day will
ON US AND OUR SUCCESS.
and is found to be very rich wherever Petty, J E
points. Whichever comes the nearest in this place, recently, that a young of school district No. 41, of Yamhill
he Held in Oak Park, one of the
the croppings are found.
Robertson, Mrs N J Sillar, N H
to thatjnumber, either player or banker, man in the presence of his father and county, for month ending June 19,1891.
Finest Grotes in the County. For
The dance tomorrow night at the gmith, W B
Striker, Mr Wm
wins. The banker may win from both brother was swept off and drowned. Those neither absent nor tardy during
Further Particulars see Large Pos
court house will be attended by a large Standish, Mrs II Wright, B D
number of people from the surrounding Williams, Mrs F Wood worth, Elniey sides at once, or may win to one and Cape Lookout more fortunate than its the month: Mamie Welsh, Julia
ters and Programmes which will be
towns. Dallas, Monmouth, and Inde
Parties calling for the aliove letters lose to the other. The percentage is sister mountains escaped the destruc Brown, Nellie McKinley, May Spencer,
pendence will send delegations. The
f Up to the times.
supper will be prepared by the W. R. will please say “Advertised.” If not large.
tive fire and still retains its coat of Maudie Soper, Vina and Elizali Farm
C. and will lie perfectly satisfactory. called for in two weeks they will l>e
Loves Young Dream.
The most courteous treatment.
timber. In its abrupt canyons and al er, Irven and Wilse Spencer, Elbert
Threshing Outfit for Sale.
You should attend ami enjoy yourself. sent to the dead letter office as “1 un
most impenetrable growth of vegetation Parrish, Eddie Minor, Wm. and Wel
Before the dance commences there will claimed.”
And on easy terms with good run of thresh
J. C. C ooper , P. ii.
and giant trees are to be found game of don Spencer. No. of scholars enrolled; ing.
be a drill by a squad of “B” Co.
one thirty-six inch Case separator, one
the following persons since our report:
25. No. in daily attendance; 23.
Russell engine, all in good run
The Whiteson cannery is now under
( Largest and best stock of goods.
Eliza E. Tupper and John T. Wood;
uild , teacher.
ning order. Enquire of
The citizens, of Woods, are making
construction and tlie frame is all up.
Miles’ Nervine Liver Pills.
H. P. NEWTON.
Isaltella Richardson and W. E. Cox;
The building is 30x40, two stories high.
extensive preparations for a grand cele
St. Joseph, Or.
A National Event«
Act on a new principle—regulating the Jennie Parrish and Milton Parrott;
■XXTE STZI2STE WITH
Tlie capacity will lie 20 tons of canned ___
bration on tlie fourth, good orators will The holding of die World's Fair in a city
, stomach and bowels
__ through the Nancy K. Elder and S. F. Harding.
good per day. The cans will be made liver,
nerve*. A new discovery. Dr. Mile's Pills
scarcely fifty years old will lie a remarka
Notice of Final Settlement.
at the cannery, new improved machin speedily cure billiousness. bail taste, torpid
As everyone must confess who has seen our new line of Glassware
ble event, but whether it will really bene
llneklen's Amica Salve.
and a general good time is expected.
ery for tlie making of 5000 cans per day liver, piles, constipation, I »equaled for
NOTICE is hereby given that the under and Crockery, just received from Eastern factories, consisting of water
fit this nation as much as the discovery of
will be put in. There will be a large men, women an<l children. Smallest, mild
The lumber and remnants of the ship the Restorative Nervine by Dr Franklin signed has filed in* the county court of sets, Dinner Sets, Glass Tets, Covered Bowls, Cake Stands, Napies, But
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
numberoffruit liearing farms around est. surest! 50 doses, 25 cts. Samples free
Mills is doubtful, This is just what the Yamhill county, Oregon, his final account
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, which went ashore last winter near American people need to cure their exces as administrator of the estate of Jasper ter Dishes, Castors, Berry Bowls, Jelly Glasses, Fruit Jars, etc., etc.
Whitson in a few yeaisand then the at Rogers Bros.
sive nervousness, dyspepsia, headache, diz N. Cobb, deceased, and that the court has Call and see our goods and get prices, as we haven’t room here to tell
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
people of this city can see the loss they
A Plano for Sale.
ziness, sleeplessness, neuralgia, nervous de set Tuesday, July 7, A. D. 1891, at 10 o’clock
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup by the settlers for builing purposes.
have sustained in not putting in a
dullness, confusion of mind, etc. It a. m. of said day as the time for hearing about all of them.
tions. and positively cures Piles or no A dead sea lion recently drifted bility.
cannery at this place,
acts’like a charm. Trial bottlesand fine objections to said final account and the
A piano, table square grand, i»y pay required. It is guaranteed to give
“Nervous and Heart Diseases,” settlement thereof
WALLACE & TODD.
Steinway, the best maker in New York, perfect satisfaction, or money refund ashore aliove Sand cape, and is a con with unequaled testimonials, freest Rogers
WM. M. COBB,
Administrator of the estate of
Bros. It is warranted to contain no opium,
Estate of Geo. E. Getcliell, Petition
by Rogers Bros.
Joseph N. Cobb, deceased.
morphine or dangerous drugs.
to sell personal property granted.
Three propositions by which
we hope to obtain your
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He that Bloweth not his own Horn, the same is
HENCE WE TOOT
We Deal with the Factories
MARTIN & SANDERS.
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