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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1892)
Colored mustaches are all the go now.
THE YAMHILL DEMOCRACY.
SCHOOL FUND APPORTIONMENT.
D. M. Colwell has nearly completed In Convention Assembled
bavé a Last Year it Was 92.90 per Capita, This
Smoke from the political fires in Day For Week Ending Saturday. April 1«. 1«9'J
the school assessment.
U. S. Signal Service.
Pleasant Time and Elect Eight Dele
Year it is SI.85.
can be seen at a distance.
Wayne Carlin Is laid up with a large gates to the State Convention.
R. N. Snell left for Portland Tuesday
continues to l>e be
carbuncle on the back of his hand.
The school superintendent, L. H. to attend the state convention, to
has been a
Tlie delegates, elected at the prima- j Baker is now sending out warrants on which he is a delegate.
O. O. Hodson is building a new side
slight rise in the day temperature but
Rev. Donnell of Ind., is holding re the night temperature has been slightly
From 7 a m. to 7 p. ni
From 7:30 p.
bi . to 8:30 p. m.
Rhodes & Rhodes have money to court house on Saturday last far the I the clerks of the various districts. The vival meetings at the Baptist church.
Money order hours from 7 a. m. to6 p. m. Ioan on unimproved farm property.
purpose of electing eight delegates to I treasurer has at the present time in the J. B. Riley and wife started Tuesday cooler during the past week, which lat
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. in
state convention. The convention i school fund $11899.81. This is consid for Harrison, Idaho, to visit their ter condition allowed of general frosts,
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. ni. Mail
Good strings of fish are being caught
especially on the 11th and 12th, when
north closes at 2:30 p. m. anil 9 p. m.
Mail for 5:45 s. m train closes evening day.
chairman of the democratic county ; year at the April apportionment and ed their hotel here to Mr. Abdill, and thin ice was formed. Rains have been
before at 9 p m
committee. On motion Mr. i makes the per capita rate $1.85. Last ■will remain in Harrison at least a year general, there having fallen from one
The regular musical and literary en
Sheridan and-southern Tillamook mail
half to an inch in Jackson and Jose
tertainment will lie held at the college Galloway was elected temporary chair- ; year it was $2.90, but in the June ap-
closes at 11 a m.
We lose a good citizen, but our loss is phine counties to one inch in Douglass
man and R. N. Snell, of Dayton, tem- 1 tionment it was 75 cents, this year it Harrison's gain.
county, the Willamette valley and
Chas. E. Fish, of Aberdeen, Wash., porary secretary. The chair appointed ’ will be considerable more than 75 cents
Mr. Conover, editor of the Herald, is along the coast. The rainfall since
M ethodist E piscopal C hvbch —Services has purchased the retail department of the fallowing committees: Credentials^ j probably $1.80 or $1.90. The lack of
in Salem visiting his family this week. January 1st is deficient, from ten to
every Sabbath at 11 a. m and 7:00p m, the W. H. Streeter cigar factory.
W. M. Ramsey, Jon. Thompson, money
in the school fund is owing to
Rev. Scott, of Lincoln, Nebraska, has
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
George Bryan, M. Hendrick, Chas. ’ various causes, the principal being the purchased 40 acres of the Lewis farm twenty-five per centum throughout
this section while for the month of
"R kv J. T A bbett , Pastor.
Sailing; Order of business and perma- < extra work caused by the state board of adjoining town and will make Dayton
can then go fishing on Sunday.
April it is only slightly in excess of the
ClMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHVRCH —
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p
The Baker house on A street, nearly nent organization, Geo. W. Brledwell, < equalization and the lateness in turn his home In the near future.
normal amount. High winds prevailed
m Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni.
ing the rolls over to the sheriff.
destroyed by fire a few months ago
Mrs. Mary Powers, of Weston, Or., is on the 14; but no damage was done.
Rr.v W iley K nowles , Pastor.
has been rebuilt and looks as if nothing iels, D. C. Coleman; Resolutions,F. W.
The total per capita apportionment here visiting her brother, J. Spangle.
The weather conditions have been
B aptist C hi rch .—Services every Sabbath had occurred.
Fenton, R. L. Harris, W. I. Wester- 1 last year in April and June was<£65. It J. W. Martin, of Lafayette, made a
at 11 a. ni. and 7:3l) p. ni. Sunday School at
to all crops. Fall wheat is
• :55 a.m.
R ev R. M c K illop , Pastor.
t will be as great if net greater this year. flying trip through Dayton Tuesday.
generally in good condition though in
grange hall Saturday night. The boys On motion it was decided that the 1 No.
The roads in this neighborhood are wet places it is obtaining a bad color, it
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, P. of II., are steadilyjpracticingand will blossom
... 43 $129 55
county convention for nominating 1 R A Merchant
meet in their hall the tirst and third Satur forth soon with new uniforms.
2 C G Scott............. .... 39 122 15 almost as bad as they wer$ during the has little growth, but is reported to
county officers be held on Tuesday.
day of each month at 10 a. m. Visitors
. . 38 116 60 winter, and there seems to be no work have stooled well and as being well
3 John Parrott
A. 8. Bennett and wife of The Dalles
cordially invited. J. R B ooth , Master.
are visiting with Judge Galloway. Mr. May 3rd, instead of Friday May 6th, 4 T J Jellison........ . .124 279 40 going on. What’s the matter with the rooted. The spring seeding has been
144 35 supervisors? Is it for want of money?
4 Ed Hendricks..,.. .... 51
Bennett is a cousin of Mrs. Galloway 1892.
delayed and in many sections Is not
Local and General
and a very pleasant gentleman to meet.
On motion the convention adjourned 6 C S Tustin............ :.. .56 153 60 Please explain and oblige.
over half done yet; reports indicate a
Jno. Baker has vacated the shop on to meet at 1 o’clock p. m.
R. M. Wade & Co. are cementing the
. . 79 196 15 John W. Fletcher made a business general tendency towards a much larger
8 J G Wisecarver .
the Goucher property and it is lxiing The convention re-assembled at 1 9 W R Carter.......... .... 76
front of their building.
trip to Lafayette this week.
acreage than usual. The frosts have
“ THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD.”
torn down. The Tucker holtse is being
Col. C. Taylor is improving from his undoubtedly done damage to the fruit
W. F. Coulttr has a fine full blooded moved back to the lot in the rear of its o'clock and on motion Ed Hendricks 10 J L Davis............. ....
was made assistant secretary.
fresh Jersey cow for sale—price $50.
10 late ¡lines. He can walk about the buds, though the exact damage cannot
E C Hadaway....... .... 66
The report of the committee on cre 12
15 house without assistance.
Lafayette Townsend, of near Amity,
be ascertained. A freezing temperature
Sam Yick has written to friends i
40 Our public school talks of running an existed on the mornings of the lltli
is the happy possessor of a daughter.
the city that be will return during the dentials finding 123 persons eligible to 14 Max Leobold........ .... 24
65 excursion to Oregon City about the last
Braithwaite . . . 29
The bicycle is now its glory. The year. His wash house lias been neatly seats in the convention was adopted. 15 Geo
and 12th and it was then supposed that
roads are good a«d the machines are painted and a large flaring sign an The report of ,the committee on perma 16 C
55 of May. Look out for a good time.
the damage was done, it is however
17 M Laughlin.......... ... 63
nent organization and order of business 18 Ed Hadaway.
90 A. M. Peery and others are going to surmised that not more than the neces
Judge Boise lias decided the attorney
19 FM Little........... ... 65
fix up the race track again on the Lip
E0 pincott addition to s peed their fast sary pruning of fruit was done Itefore
genoral shall be elected at the June saslt and door factory is up and Geo. ficers of the convention be made per- 20
: P A Magness........ .... 38
the frost. The hop men are busy in
21 NH Miller............
ing machinery for it. The latest im manent and that eight dolegates to the ■ 22 D VOlds...............
oo horses. The track will be in much bet their yards and preparations are being
Frank Purvine has been living in proved machines will lie put in and in state convention be elected and that : F J Werfs............. ...... 96
60 ter condition than it was last year.
made to prevent, if possible, the ravages
constant dread of charivari since Sun a few weeks the wheels will begin to the nominations for 'justice of the 23 W
D ispatch .
of the hop louse. The agricultural col
peace and constables of the various pre
lege at Corvallis is issuing valuable in
Cha». Holman drovo through the The county has paid the state tax but cincts be postponed until the nominat 26 Alex Miller.......... ... 37
formation to the hop growers of the
27 Jno Eisle............. ... 56
city last week two very fine full blood it wits paid on the assessment made by ing convention, was adopted.
28 N Phelps............ .......163
We desire to say to our citizens, that state on the subject of the hop louse,
ed yearling Jerseys.
the county board of equalization. The
40 for years we have been selling Dr.
The report Of the eommitte on reso 29 O C Emery............ ...... 424
Dr. B. F. Fuller, formerly pastor of tax was collected, however, on the fig
95 King’s New Discovery for Consump which should be heeded. Sheep shear
30 Wm DeHaven... ....... 62
the Christian church of this city, is ures of the state board of equalization. lutions embodying the following reso- 31 J S Fairchilds.......
tion, Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Buck ing and lambing are in progress. The
A peculiar proceeding for a consistent
stent Jution is < was adopted with great enthusl-
now in Moscow, Idaho.
Sounds vwy nice, but unless you receive full
32 S Brutscher.......... ...... 75
len’s Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters, wool clip has never been excelled for
asm. Resolutions as follows:
33 J P Allison.......... ....... 29
and liave never handled remedies that quality. Strawberries are in blossom,
There has been some talk of a tele
value in exchange for it, like poor food, it
sell as well, or that have given such
phone line along the west side. Why
soon loses its flavor..........................................
and advisor to the king of Corea, lias of a general law by the next legislature 35 N L Wiley.......... ...... 26
95, universal satisfaction. We do not hesi small berries are formed and garden
not do something more than talk.
purchased some 900 acres of land in
35 tate to guarantee them every time, and truck is growing slowly though promis
Miss Ella Fuller, of Centralia, daugh Yamhill county. It is said that Mr. providi ng salaries for the offices of clerk, 37 R J Fendali....... ......... 69
65 we stand ready to refund the purchase ing.
ter of Dr. B. F. Fuller, is visiting in the Denrly is some $500,000 richer than he recorder and sheriff, and of making 38 F T Ralston.......... ....... 50
firice, if satisfactory results do not fol-
city. She arrived Tuesday morning.
was before the foreign mission, Corea such law take effect from the date of 39 S C Richardson.. ....... 27
ow their use. These remedies have Cooler nights and warmer days have
Burns & Daniels are fitting up the gold in Yamhill is as good as any.
>Kfassage, and of fixing such salaries 40 D M Caldwell...... ....... 650 1252 50 won their great popularity purely on prevailed than during the preceding
60 their merits Rogers Bros., druggists. 1
iaterior of their store with a deck. This
R. Kesterson the only great slenff at sums sufficiently large only to rea 41 L H Morgan........ .......36 116
For every cent you spend with us, by giving
week, though the temperature condi
is necessary for their greatly increased producer in the county, and nominee sonably compensate the incumbents of 42 Jesse Townsend.............. 32 109 20
you the best goods that experience and mon
tions continue below the normal. Gen
43 CW McCall,................... 46 135 10
of thepeoples party for the legislature
said offices for their services; and we, 44 C G Robertson................ 50 142 50
ey can procure, at consistent prices.
eral showers of rain with snow on the
Miss Sarah Coshow, well known in was in the city Tuesday paying taxes also favor a material reduction in the 45 H T Graves.................. 23
E E Goucher to C R Cook & Son, e } higher regions have prevailed, the pre
intimating that he would like to
this city and formerly a student at the and
the county with any two repub rate of fees to be collected by such offi 46 J C Pennington............ 46
lot 2 block 16 McMinnville; $1000.
college, will be married on the coming stump
cipitation amounting to from one sixth
licans or democrats in the county. In cers and of a law providing that said 47 J R Longacre................. 42 127 70
United States to John Ensley 320 to one half an inch. Frosts were of
order that the other could get in a word
A. H. Gaunt has moved from the they would have to carry a fire bell fees shall be paid into the treasuries of 49 Clay Branson............... 43 129 55 acres sec 18, t 3 s r 5 w.
general occurrence and ice formed in
50 G W Olds........................ 33 111 05
C V Kuykendall to Joseph McKoskey many localities. S how remains on the
corner of Third and G street to the with them and ring it when the time the several counties.
Chrisman house on the corner of F came around for their turn to speak.
We have the finest stock in the city for which
Resolved:— That we favor the enact 52 C Obye...................
58 157 30 2-5 acre, part Peter Smith d 1 c t 3 s r 4 ground in greater or less depths from
and 4th streets.
we invite a critical inspection, and we are
29 60 w;$475.
Wallowa to Klamath counties.
Lost Friday the resignation of J. L. ment of a law providing for the elec 53 John Simpkins.. .
Geo. Wilcox has moved from his res Strattou, cashier of the McMinnville tion of road supervisors by vote of the 54 D C Atkin.............
Robt McKune to L J Kain lot 66x30
54 149 90
confident the verdict will be in our favor. The
idence on Third street to the central National bank took place. At the people of the various road districts at 55 S S Lenox.............
15 95 ft out of s w ] lot 5 block 2 Sheridan; The soil is in first class condition,
efforts on our part at all times are
hotel. Mrs. Jewell will occupy the meeting of the directors held the Mon
56 153 60 $90.
56 J H Rees.................
the wants of our customers,
each general election.
house vacated by him.
57 E H Taylor............
day before E. C. Apperson was elected
H A M F Hurley to H L Christenson of spring grain is tlie largest ou record.
in giving them the advantage of the liest
Resolved-.— That we favor the im 58 W D Parker............
45 133 25
During the last week or so this sec to fill this responsible position and on
46 135 10 lots 4, 5 and 6 block 32 Hurley’s add to There has a marked increase in acreage
goods the market affords and at prices within
tion has experienced several severe Saturday assumed his duties. N. A. provement of the Yamhill river at the 59 J D Laughlin........
30 105 50 Newberg; $140
the reach of all. We consider cleanliness
frosts but they seem to have done little Macrum son of I. A. Macrum of the expense of the government ef the 60 * H S Maloney........
Merchants National bank of Portland United States, so that said river will be
harm to the fruit crop.
G G Christenson to Sarah E Christen roller mills being erected. All the re
next to Godliness and try to keep our store
arrived Monday and will fill the ]>osi-
in a condition to make it a pleasure for you
Mr. Dickenson, the expressman, tion formerly occupied by Mr. Apper navigable from its mouth to McMinn M A C White...........
54 149 90 son lot 1 block 5 Deskins add to New ports indicate the wheat prospects to
who has been laid up with a broken son.
66 142 10 berg; $70.
64 A Odell..................
to trade with us. At all times we give the
75 90 Wm & Nancy N Parrish to W A &
ankle, is now out on crutches. His
highest market prices in exchange for goods,
Resolved-. —That we favor the enact 65 Wm Enos...............
friends are glad to see him.
88 85 8 W Parish 13.33 acres, part of Jesse excellent condition and the range fur
Geo. Bullock has o)>ened a soda water
M Wm Jones.............
or if We have nothing in our line you want,
There still remains uncollected coun in filling bottles with ginger ale, pop, able real estate homestead exemption
will pay you Cash for your Blitter and Eggs.
32 109 20 Parish dlct3sr?w;$l.
68 Wm Brisbine........
age to fruit and tender vegetables,
ty tax to the amount of $38,000. Con etc.
us a trial and be convinced that we
sidering the lateness of the collecting chinery and is producing an article the
34 80 Rossner lot 104 Dayton; $300.
mean what we say....................................
season the money lias been paid up equal of any on the coast. All the gas having a family, so that the unfortunate 70
71 T E Osborne..........
Catherine & H S Donald to C P Mc and with most excellent results. Wool
for the soda fountains in the town is p«x>r may be, to some extent, protected 72 L 8 Fitzgeipld ..
Laughlin lots 1 and 2, block 4 Bibles growers report the heaviest and best
WALLACE & WALKER.
The new boxes have been placed in supplied by him and soon he will start in the enjoyment of a home.
73 Ijouis Shortridge...
10 50 addition to Sheridan $1300.
position in the postoffice and the peo out soliciting orders from tlie neighbor
The election of delegates was pro 74 W M Jacqulth.......
14 10 E A & Sarah E Hoag to J M Bumn,
ple here now have everything that is ing towns. The work of making soda ceeded with, the chair appointing as 76 WAV Stockton.......
has ever been secured. Cereal, stock
necessary for them in the getting of waters and bottling them is an inter
1} acres pt John B Rowland d 1 c t 3 s and wool interests were never more
esting sight and it will pay a person to
observe. A little en Thompson, J. E. Richter. The election
promising than they are at present
Attracts the attention of every prop
Tuesday evening the lodge of Forrest call on him and
at the start will probably resulted in the following named men erty holder in this city. But when prop-
Jas W & Carrie Gaunt to Helen E throughout Oregon.
ers in this city enjoyed a tine supper at couragement
in the establishment of a profita being sent to represent Yamhill county Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana Churchill 50 acres sec 23 and 26 12 s r
their lodge room in the Wright build result
B. S. P ague ,
ing This lodge is steadily increasing ble industry in this city.
in the state convention: F. W. Fenton, specialist, claims that heart disease Ls 4 w; $1000.
U. 8. Signal Observer.
National Convention IlelegNte«.
North McMinnville; M. B. Hendricks, testimonials of wonderful cures by his United States to John Bird 634.72
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
»1OO Reward »100.
This Job office has printed more t han
Wheatland; R. N. Snell, Dayton; New Heart Cure; it attracts the atten acres, see 6, 7 and 8 t 4 s r 3 w.
The following gentlemen were elected Thos. Houston Lafayette; John W. tion of the millions suffering with short
double the number of horse bills printed
W S Driver to Isabel Wilson, lot 7
by all the other offices in the county delegates to the democratic national Baker, South McMinnville; L. F. Hall, breath, palpitation, irregular pulse, block 5 Lippincotts add to Dayton; Tlie readers of this paper will lx- i>!ease<l
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
combined. We are still prepared to convention, which will meet in Chica
sensation, asthmatic breathing $100.
disease that science has been able to cure
West Chehalem; D. C. Coleman, Sheri choking
print more of them.
all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's
go June 21st: A. Bush, H. Blackman,
M Fisk to O N Denny 905 acres in t in
smothering spells, fainting, dropsy, etc.
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now
W. W. Bell, who left this city in the H. C. Grady, S. F. Floed, J. J. Daly, dan; Fred Florey, North Yamhill.
known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
On motion it was decided that when A. F. Davis, 8ilver Creek, Neb , by 5 a r 3 w $48944 38.
winter for California, has returned and
being a constitutional disease,'requires a
Sidney Dell to James Thomas, 19, constitutional
reports that Oregon is a better country F. V. Holman, T. G. Reams, J. L. the convention adjourned it was to using four Iiottle of Dr. Miles’ New
treatment. Hall’s Catarrh
for a laboring man. He expected less Cowan.
meet on Tuesday, May 3rd, 1892.
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
twelve years’ suffering from heart dis
rain but there was more;
and mucous surfaces of the
On motion the precincts proceeded to ease. This new remedy is sold by Rog r 3 w; $500.
system, thereby destroying the foundation
C. K. Wilkinson, one of the demo BUYERS’ AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR. elect members of the county central ers Bros. Books free.
Samuel Turner toJustiaG Morris, of the disease and giving the patient
cratic nominees for representative of Strayed or stolen—A white mare committee. The men named from
strength by building up the constitution
47.49 acres, 13 s, r 5 w; $300.
Lane county, is not yet twenty-one, pony, branded E on right shoulder. A
and assisting nature in doing its work. The
but will beef age before he is elected. reward will be paid for ¡information of
proprietors liave so much faith in its cura
tive powers that they offer One Hundred
Wilkinson beats the record.
her whereabouts. Address Ben Nevins C. R. Jack; Bellevue, C, J. Payno;
Dollars for any case that it fails to cure
The shelving for the new Henderson Wheatland, Or.
Send for list of testimonials. Address,
Jennie Nichols. Rev. Northup offi
store in the Union block is being put
F. .1. C heney <t Co., Toledo, O.
Nora M. Crimmins, 23; Thos. G. Mad
The Sherwin-Williams paint made to
£W"-riold by all druggists, 75<-
together and painted in the Burns paint buildings with, at S. Howorth & Baker Creek, B. F. Sparks; Lafayette, G reiner -B ryan —In McMinnville on den, 26.
building. As soon as Burns & Daniels Co’s.
Jno. Thompson; Fairlawn, T. W.
Wednesday. April 20, 1892, Jos. M. Della Bryant, 19; J. M. Greiner, 24.
can move Mr. Henderson will move
J£AVE Just opened a house in McMinnville, where a
Greiner and Miss Dalia Bryan, both
Jennie Nichols, 20; Frank Purvine
walnut clocks at $5. Go and see them South Newberg, H. H. Livengood;
Large and Complete Stock of
George Owens has pu’ chased Duroc
North McMinnville, H. L. Heath; Mr. Greiner and the editor of this
’.lonth ending April 8th. Number of
Prince, the well known sire of speedy r.t Wm. Holl’s.
The Sherwin-Williams paints covers South McMinnville, Wm. Galloway;
trotters. He is standing him this sea
pupils enrolled, 23. None were tardy
son and all interested in stock should most, looks best, wears longer, most Checowin, J. M. Bunn; Sheridan, D. paper were raised together, l»oth being B urch .—To the wife of Chas. H. during the month, and only three were
Burch, Jr., of Amity, on Thursday,
see him. He is a prominent addition
C. Coleman; Willamina, C. C. Linden; it seems to us, were totally unaware April
14, 1892, a boy. Weight 9j> absent. Average deportment 92.
to our fine stock. .
West Chehalem, L. F. Hall; Willam that the other was In Yamhill county
F. H. T aylor .
U. 8. Booth is now traveling for C.
until the marriage day of Mr. Greiner.
H. Dodd & Co. selling hardware and
A Lumberman’s Rendezvous.
agricultural implements. He is having Warranted pure or money refunded. H. Perkins.
Report of West Chehalem school dis
He left home several years before the
On motion the convention adjourned. writer and has been a resident of this
good suecess and will continue to liave Also Wyandotte eggs.
This term might be applied to Stev trict No. 10, for month ending April
ft as he possesses all the ability neces For Stationery, Notions, and Base
Bucklen’s Amica Salve.
county for two years, while we have ens Point, located on the Wisconsin 15, 1892:
sary for a first class salesman.
Ball Goods go to C. Grissen’s.
been here seven. May he be successful Central lines, at the gateway to the Number of boys enrolled, 21. Num
A number of our citizens attended
If you want the best drugs at living The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, in all the ventures of life is the wish of vast forest region which extends north ber of girls 15. Total 36. Average at
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
the Marine band concert in the armory prices go to Howorth & Co.’s.
to latke Superior, a distance of 200 tendance 34. Cases of tardiness 10.
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, the scribe._________ _ _
of the First Regiment in Portland on
Kay & Todd will pay the highest Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
Monday last. They all speak of it in
miles without a break, on account of Roll of honor. Ammon Berlin, Har
tions. and positively cures Piles or no
terms of praise. Tuesday several more market price for Mohair.
its vast lumber Interests. The Wiscon ry Davis, Otto Pape, Fred and John
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
went because of the enthusiasm of the
Go to Howorth’» for fine perfumes.
river, to which the lumbermen have Walker, Oscar Sampson, Joseph Etz-
G. 8. Wright, dentist, McMinnville, ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale were very mueh embarrassed, and who given the familiar and somewhat affec willer, Eddy Nissen, Geo. Nelson, Al
Last week R. B. Hi libs killed one of Oregon.
was overworked and broken down with tionate name of “Old Wiscons," not len Bates, Bernard Christensen, Walter
by Rogers Bros.
the largest trout ever heard of in the
nervous exhaustion, went to a celebrat
Howorth & Co. have the finest as
Hops in Cents.
county. It measured 28} inches in
ed specialist. He was told that the alone acts as a lumber feeder to the city and Bennie Noble, Mary Noble, Han
length. This beats Magers’ best and sortment of writing tablets.
only thing needed was to be relieved of by furnishing through is numerous nah Nelson, Alma Coulee, Ruth Har
possesses the peculiarity of being an
It is said by those who ought to be care and worry and have a Change of tributaries an outlet for thousands of ger, Anna Noble, Eva Christensen,
P. P. P. at Hodson’s.
honest fact. Not the least suspicion of
This doctor was more con
Myrtle and Bertha Wood. Carrie Nel
Jacob Wisecarver has a lot of Al bal ou the i nside that the hop buyers are thought,
yarn about it. Cedar creek was the
siderate ot his patient’s health than of acres of pine in the upper country, but
ed hay for sale at $14 per ton.
home of the monster.
his financial circumstances. He ought it furnishes a water power that is sec son, Millie and Jennie Holst.
J ames S pringer ,
A full line of homeopathic medicines them have made offers to contract the to have advised him to use Dr. Miles’ ond only to that of Neenah and Men
The prospectus of the May issue ot
coming crop at 15 cents a pound. The Restorative Nervine, the best remedy asha, whose cities are also located on
the Cosmopolitan is accompanied by a at Howorth & Co.’s.
letter of the American News Co., stat When hungry go to Kuns & Nelson’s market has been brightened up lately, for nervous prostration, sleeplessness, the “Central.” Millions of feet of lum
ing that the news stand sales ot the bakery for a good lunch. 5 ou pay for and all seem agreed that the men who dizziness, headache, ill effects of sprits, ber are cut every year, giving employ
A Million Friends.
tobacco, coffee, opium, etc. Thousands
Cosmopolitan have increased nearly just what you get.
cultivate the aromatic berry aro going testify to cures. Book and trial bottles ment to hundreds of men. In addition
one thousand per cent during the past
friend in need is a friend indeed,
to be “in it” next summer. The writer free at Rogers Bros’
to the lumber trade, it has numerous A
three.years—the second half of the 1 os- Ask Hodson what P. P. P. is.
not less than one million people
other manufactories, it is here where1
If you want your prescriptions care
Postponed Until the 2(»th.
found , just such a _ friend in Dr.
the large car shops of the Wisconsin King’s New Discovery for Consump
This office is in receipt of a package fully and accurately compounded, goto ing contracts, and in fact this business
, has grown quite unpopular in the past The circuit court was to have coin- Central lines are located.
of seeds from the agricultural depart Howorth & Co.’s.
loughs and colds.—If you have
ment. We do not happeR to ha\e
Kuns & Nelson’s bakery is very pop ; several years. There is much division inenced on Monday, but a telegram
For tickets, maps, pamphlets and
The goods carried by this firm are First Class and
them and some of ular Everything is first class. Bread ! of opinion as to whether or not the hop from Judge Boise was received stating full Information apply to G. F. Mc one trial will convince you that it
has wonderful curative powers in all are Guaranteed to be as recommended.
our readers can have them
--- ,. if pies,’ cakes, etc., the best to be had in I louse has already made his appearance.
that he was sick in bed and that it Neill, C. P. & T.A., Minneapolis,Minn, diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs.
call. The first shall receive them all. town.
Give us a call and get our prices before purchasing.
They are new varieties and are consid The best and only P. P. P. at Hod I
would be impossible for him to open or Jas. C. Pond, O. P. & T. A., Chicago, Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that
Miles* Nerve and Liver Fills.
is claimed or money will be refunded. ing, west of McMinnville National Bank.
ered to be the best in the land.
Act on a new principle—regulating the 26th.
Trial bottles free at Rogers Bros, drug
First Sergeant Walter Link, of B The best assortment of toilet articles the
M c M innville produce market .
liver, stomach and bowels through
store. Large bottles 50c and $1.
companv, was elected second lieuten- at Howorth & Co.’s.
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
“nT^s? Monday nteht. He received
These prices are corrected every Wednes
A new stock of artists’ materials at
the unanimous endorsement of the
bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa Notice is hereby give« to the taxpay day by C. H. Cook, who will buy your pro
Howorth & Co.’s.
companv. Sergeant Ross Connner
tion. Unequaled for men, women, and ers of the city of McMinnville, Or.,that duce, payingall the market will justify. He
l>e the first sergeant and the noncom-
also carries a full line of seeds and nursery
If you want your property insured in children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50
—is the cause of no end of suf- j
Xioned officers will all move up a a standard
f, Rhodes ¿¡Rhodes j I doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers
stock In season.
fering. A safe and certain remedy is J
notch. F. E. Griffith will be first cor will be pleased to write you.
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been placed in my hands and the same Wheat, clear
will remain in my hands for the period Oats........................................
When your $200 watch needs repair
Uncle Sam Cozine has purchased an ing take it to D. A. Smith. All kinds |
of 30 days, from this date. During this Apples.......................
engine and lathe and is now prepar d of jewelry repaired.
Dried fruit ¡J lb.............
-------- OF THE--------
to do all kinds of refitting. The lathe
It can do you no harm. It may do A
Remember that C. H. Cook carries a s recently appointed regitter of the Lake Minnville National Bank, in said city, Timothy
you much good. Here is the testi-
will handle a pulley 22 inchesun dianu
mony of one sufferer who has been J
eter and will swing °> er the be da full line of graham in small sacks, corn view land office, does not appear to lie between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. Oat
made a “ a new man.”
shaft 24 inches in diameter and be meal and wheatlets, D. street.
weighed down with the burden of offi- m., daily, to receive and receipt for Straw,
Potatoes......... fl bu...........
I had been troubled many years
Call on Rhodes & Rhodes for bargai ns i rial duties. He did not like others taxes.
tween centers nearly
to ti e
with disease ot the kidneys when
will be a irreat accommodation to tne in real estate. They will show you j
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
kind Providence sent Dr. Henley
persons h^tog broken machinery dur property and give prices with tlie best I holding similar positions in the state, Dated April 2,1892.
J. W. C owls ,
with the Oregon Kidney Tea to my
X upwards; one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years at C per cent, per
doz........ $ 4 Oft — 5 00
attend the republican convention but
hotel. It had an almost miracu-
Treas. of the City of McMinnville.
00 — 3 00
lous effect and in a few days I was
a annum. Most all of this land is under cultivation; over 400 acres now
8 00 — 10 00
> doz .
The attention of condidates for office
Free samples Dr. Mile’s Restorative j
The Presidential Electors.
in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.
4 00 — 5 00
is called to^tion 39 “f the late cotton Nervine at Rogers Bros., cures head-1 I virtues of McKinleyism, high tariff
_ lb ___
Santa Boea, Cal.
a I Over 700.000 pounds of fruit shipped from this ,x>int last year.
laws which calls for the
For particulars apply to or address
. It has cured thousands;
certificate of nomination 4 ith the vou»’ debility, sexual weakness, poor i dents of Lake county. The poople of cratic state convention are all mt» of Dressed Pork.....................
[ why not you ? To-mor-
memorv, opium habit, etc. A new and that section of the state merit the con prominence in the state. They are: Oil
county clerk thirty dajs P
Win. F. BKEIDENSTEIN,
election: also his acceptance or decl
remarkable discovery. Or by mail 10
I Short«......... >1 ft
tionofthe nonination. . 1
t0 cts.,Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. 4 dolence of the remaining; portion over Robt. A. Miller, of Jacksoonville; Win. Bran......... <8 ton
Four druggist teilt tell you a»,oui
I affletion put upon them by the Oregon M. Colvig, Jacksonville; George Nolan Chop... .. ii ton . .
it. A»k him.
done by mail but must
AMITY. YAMHILL COUNTY. OREGON.
Dr. Miles' Servine tor Nervous Prostration.
by that time in order to
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Astoria; W. F. Butcher, of Baker City, Flonr
* -u. ä w
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date’s name being placed ou the ticket.
THERE ARE SIGNS IN
The Air, on Trees, Fences, and Houses
pointing you to ROGERS BROS.
PHARMACY as the Cheapest, Neat
est and Most Reliable place to buy
DRUGS in YAMHILL COUNTY.
Our constant aim has been to give you
the best and purest goods for the least
money, and with a constantly increasing
business points us to a pleasing moral,
Pay Your Money
We Give Good Value
In Teas and Coffees
KNAPP, BURRELL & CO
Columbus and Racine Buggies, Hacks and Carts,
Bell Centre Cut and Golden Age Disc Harrows,
Bain and Columbia Valley Wagons,
Buffalo Pitts Threshers and Engines.
Deering Binders and Mowers,
Monitor Drills and Seeders,
Buckeye Pumps and Wind Mills,
Oliver Steel and Chilled Plows.
More Oliver Plows are Sold in the United States than any other
E. N. FORD. Manager.
FRUIT GROWERS, ATTENTION I
Finest Fruit Land & Willamette Valley