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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 11, 1892)
Strength and Health.
Some First Thing* in Oregon.
Mrs. Gilkey, of Webfoot, who has I
been seriously ill, is considered out of
If you are not feelling strong and
George Winslow was the first col For Week Ending Tuesday,August 9.1 Wi Claim* Allowed and Builnei» Transacted healthy, try Electric Bitters. If “La
Grippe*” has left you weak and weary,
11, 1892 Go and see Indian doctor at the camp
use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts
grounds. Advice and consultation free from California in 1834 with Ewing
directly on Liver, Stomach and Kid
Young. In 1810 the ship Albatross,
neys, gently aiding those organs to per
from Boston, entered the Columbia The temperature during tlie past Flower and others for a county road form their functions. If you are af
From 7 a m. to 7 p. m. From 7:30 p.
river and sailed up as high as Oak
flicted with Sick Headache, you will
m. to 8:30 p. TO.
the rough is lieing shipped to Inde Point, where the captain erected a tremes ranging between 46 and 95 de damages, reported that none be allow find speedy and permanent relief by
Money order hours from 7 a. in. to 6 p. m.
Electric Bitters. One trial will
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. in
house, after having cleared the land. grees. Generally speaking the weather ed. Report of viewers read and ap taking
Mail south closes at f):S0 a. in. Mail
proved. Clerk ordered to notify super convince you that this is tlie remedy
conditions have been favorable.
you need. Large bottles only 50c. at
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. in.
There has been almost an entire ab- visor to open road as a public highway. Rrogers Bros, drug store.
Mail for 5:45 a. TO train closes evening hotel Yamhill,formerly Cook house, E. first house built in Oregon. Lee Park
before at 9 p m
i er and Whitman were the first mission
H illsboro , Or., July 23, 1892.
Fall wheat threshing continues uw- Martin and others for a county road in
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail
Dr. Leon Smith, manager of the In aries. They <-alhe in answer to a call
closes at It a m.
“For a number of years I have had
abated. The berry is of fair quality in Yamhill county; Report of viewers
dian show at McMinnville, extracts from the Indians made in 1832. The
read and approved and clerk ordered rheumatism. About a year ago I fel
teeth free of charge and without pain. first printing press received in Oregon
to notify supervisor Dist No 5 to open and hurt my shoulder and partly lost
On Saturday night W. E. Martin came as a donation from the American needing a little rain in some places.
M kthouist E piscopal C hcrcii —Services
road on payment of one half assessed the use of arms. It gradually grew
every Sabbath at 11 a. ni and 7 M p TO, will open his new saloon in a marner lioard of foreign missions in the Sand
damages, the court agreeing to p?y bal worse and finallj’ got so bad I could
Sunday School at 9:30 a. in
not raise my arin or put my mat on
fitting the luxurous quarters he will wich Islands to the mission of the Reports from Marion county Indicate a ance, $28.
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
without assistance. I have tried a
l>oard of Oregon. It reached its desti
R ev J. T A bbett , Pastor.
In the matter of relocating that part good many different kinds of medicine
nation at Lapwai and was put in op
ClMBERLAXD PRESBYTERIAX CltCRCH —
of road survey No 362, on south bound but they did not seem to do me *ny
In reading the Kickapoo Indian tes
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p
eration by E. O. Hall, who printed acre.
ui Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Hops are blossoming and but little ary of Jos Hess die between road good, t was persuaded to use the
timonials please notice they publish books in the Nez Perce language. Both
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa and Indian
Rzv W iley K nowles , Pastor
claim and M Hall's d 1 c. Clerk or Oil.
the names of some of the leading citi Mr. Spalding and Mr. Rodgers soon damage from lice is reported so far.
The pain has entirely left my
ilarrirr Cnracn.—Services every Sabbath
Haymaking is progressing nicely. dered to notify supervisor Dist No 4 to shoulder and arm and I can now put
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday’School at zens of Forest Grove and Hillsboro.
learned to set type. This was in 1839
on my coat without any help, and I
R ev R. M c K illop , Pastor.
Wm. Kuns having purchased the in and this same press is now at the state Timothy and clover varieties are yield open road on survey.
feel better than I have at any time dur
terest of Nelson in the firm of Kuns & house in Salem.
ing the last 5 years.”
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, P. of H.,
H iram B i rt .
meet in their hall the first and third Satur Nelson, it is necessary that all accounts
A New Road.
Corn and melons are ripening fast road near the Thos Wright farm in
day of each month at 10 a. m. Visitors of the firm be closed at once.
J. T J olly .
and being shipped to the markets in Checowin precinct; Report of viewers A Little Girl*« Experience in a Lighthouse
knowing themselves indebted to the
M rs . >1. E. K lxs .
Capt. Wyatt Harris and J. C. Coop
set aside. The legal signers on remon
firm will please call and settle at once. er started Wednesday for tlie moun goodly quantities.
The onion crop in Washington coun strance being in excess of legal signers Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are the
keepers of the government lighthouse
For Sale—Will sell 80 acres or 200 tains. They are loaded down with ty will be far short of the average.
Custer Post No. 9 meets tlie second and
at Sand Beach, Mich., and are blest
fourth Saturday of each month at G. A. R, acres of first class hill land, suitable for surveying instruments and barometers
In Douglas county blackberries are
with a daughter, four years old. Last
hall in Wright’» building at 7:30 p. m. All fruit or stock ranch, 11 miles from Mc and will view out a road from this city
so plentiful that large quantities are road at Newberg in road Dist No 4; April she was taken down with mea
members of the Order.are cordially invited
to attend our meetings.
drying up on the vine for want of Contract let to S M Calkins at 21 cts sles, followed with a dreadful cough
turning into a fever. Doctors at
W iley K nowles ,
200 acres $3.50 per acre. Call on or ad This road would be of vast commercial pickers.
l»er lineal foot, 24 inches in depth. and
I! F G lcbive ,
home and at Detroit treated her, but in
dress J. E. Jensen, box 203, McMinn advantage to McMinnville as well as a
Gardens in general are a bit late; County to pay 25 per cent of the con vain; she grew worse rapidly, until she
great benefit to the settlers on the east in some localities pears are almost ripe. tract price, citizens to subserve 75 per was a mere “handful of bones.”—Then
Have we any truly great men at the* slope qf the Coast range as it would be
cent. Work to be approved and ac she tried Dr. King’s New Discovery
Local and General.
after the use of two and a Half bot
present day? Some doubt it, and ask the most direct route to the coast. The There has been no rain during the cepted by J J Henderson on part of t lie and
tles, was completely cured. They say
Ed Deady of Portland, sjient Sunday to lie shown the modern Washington, intention is to follow up Baker creek week except a few local showers in i>or- county.
Dr. King’s New Discovery is worth its
in tlie city.
Franklin or Webster. However this to the summit and then go down the tions of Baker and Union counties.
CLAIMED all ’ d weight in gold, yet you can get a trial
bottle free at Rogers Bros, drugstore. 6
Mr. Millsap lias returned from the may be, of one thing we are sure, there Big Nestucca. The route will save The temi>eratiire has been about nor Justice transcript, State
was a greater blood purifier than Ay from 20 to 30 miles to the coast. If a mal; the extremes ranging from 36 to vs RL Thompson. $ 60 90 $ 60 90
H illsboro , Or., July 23.
practical route can be found a company 105 degrees. Hot winds are reported Justice transcript, State
Mrs. J. I.. Williamson is visiting er’s Sarsaparilla.
This is to certify that I have bad a
from stations in the northeastern por- vs L Granstrom....... 11 25
Kay & Todd have put ill a deck in
Mrs. T. 8. Patty.
skin disease on my face for the last 12
Fuqua .(• Son, R & B... 107 00 106 50
A. Westerfield, of the Ledger, made their store in order to make room for a
years. It was first started by the ex
Wheat is being harvested steadily
large line of gents’ fine shoes that will
this office a call Saturday.
plosion of a gun while out duck hunt
2 69 ing. I have used all kinds of medicine
and will be a fairly good crop except
arrive soon. They intend to keep the
The business transacted in tlie pro in some portions of the northeastern .Justice transcript, com-
The Grange warehouse lias lieen largest stock of fine boots and shoes in
in fact, I used everything I could hear
report is a fol- counties.
rented to Kratz & Kiernan.
of, all to no avail. About eight days
mittSient of Fred Me-
the city. All the reliable factories are bate court since our last
St. Clair with the Kickapoo Indian represented in their stock.
12 60 ago I bought a box of the Kickapoo
Spring wheat has not improved any Collough.................... 12 60
Indian salve and have used it eveiy
Estate of W E Colby, Inventory ap- since last reports; but continues to suf- FM Barr, making jury
show is a boneless wonder.
night before retiring and now I am en
L. L. Loughary and O. H. Davidson, proved and petition to set apart ex-
Rej. tirely cured. I have only used about
list Dist No 4............
fer from drought to some extent.
The sash and door factory of Jones & , of Moscow, will soon return to their
empt property to widow granted.
48 19 half a l>ox and would not' take $10 for
Oats are doing well enough. Corn Fuqua & Son, Lumber. 48 19
Adams is overrun with work.
first love, McMinnville. There are but Estate of Elizabeth Sale; Sale of real
43 81 no bill the balance of the box if I could not get
Teachers’ examination is now in pro more pleasant places than McMinn estate confirmed. Administrator au- would be improved somewhat by a lit
any more of it.
T. R. S lattery .
ville and they have concluded that thorized to execute deed
gress at the public school house.
Is still in Full Blast, and
Fail to do Our Duty.
Netarts bay seems to be thé Mecca of Moscow is not one of them. They will
Estate of Robt Stewart; Petition to tions owing to early frosts.
all the valley pilgrims this season.
appoint J N Kelty special administra Crops in Gilliam county have almost Road survey No 362,sur-
Everybody has at times failed to do
their duty toward themselves. Hun
tor until such time as permanent exec perished from the effects of the hot
Joel Martin and Bud Harbaugh start be back.
vevor’s report............ 20 00
20 00 dreds of lady readers suffer from sick
As a hair dressing and for the pre utor be appointed, granted.
ed for the coast yesterday morning.
winds and the potato crop is said to be Road survev No 361, re
headache, nervousness, sleeplessness
Petition of Moses and An nice Yotaw a total failure.
and female troubles. Let them follow
R. B. Hibbs killed two large black vention of baldness, Ayer's Hair Vigor
From all Portions of the County.
port viewers and sur-
I tears on Saturday last at the Meadows. has no equal in merit and efficiency. for the adoption ot Francis Stewart, a
veyor......................... 28 00
Con. the example of Mrs. H. Herbechter,
The weather conditions that have
Stevens Point, Wis., who for five years
It eradicates dandruff, keeps the scalp minor, granted. Ordered that name lie
been obtained during the past seven Road survey No 357,
Dr. Lowe, of North Carolina, is in moist, clean and healthy, and gives vi
suflered greatly from nervous prostra
changed to Francis E Votaw.
days have been as a rule, favorable to
tion and sleeplessness, tried physicians
the city visiting the family of T. S. tality and color to weak, faded and
The First Waren.
600 and different medicines without suc
vegetation in nearly all sections of the
( gray hair. The most popular of toilet
But one bottle of Dr. Miles’
10 00 cess.
state and were all that could be desired M Potter, Coyote scalp 10 00
J. L. Rogers and U. 8. Booth left articles.
Nervine caused sound sleep every niglit
It was ill 1846 that the first wagon for harvesting purposes.
J M Wooden, hauling
and she is feeling like a new person.
Tuesday for ten days fishing on the
Fifteen thousand sacks of wheat have was wending its weary way across the
lumber . ................. 14 75
14 75 Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler, Laramie city,
been threshed at the Reservation ranch desert wastes and mountain fastnesses
Wyoming, who tried all other reme
B Parrish, boarding
Mr. Wood,of Wood & Wallace,leaves near Cayuse, Eastern Oregon, and the toward tlie land of the setting sun. Dr.
declares that after three weeks’
use of the Nervine for headache, nerv
for Eugene today, where he goes into grain is yielding about 25 bushels to the Marcus Whitman was bringing it and
Fuqua A Son, lumber . 55 22
55 22 ous prostration, etc., she was entirely
acre, and is of fine quality. Eleven many hardships were endured on the
5 72 relieved. Sold by Rogers Bros. Trial
Gates & Henry lost one of their liv acres of the “California (¡olden”variety way. At Fort Hall 1836 the rear James B Fendall to F K Heider, lot Elmer Ladd, Official
ery horses Sunday from congestion of averaged 46 bushels, a heavy yield for wheels were taken off and with the in Sheridan; $100.
Mr. S. T. Davidson, of Forest Grove,
United States to Louisa Zug, 160 A C Southmayd, wild-
says: “I have been troubled witli Dys
the outfit proceeded as a cart. After acres, sec 4,16 s, r 7 w.
Our roads are improving under the Snake river had been swam it was de
Go to the Indian show and have your
4 oo pepsia in a most aggravated form and
suflered so very much with pains in
F M Barr and wife to C A Cummins, W T Booth & Son
aching and decayed teeth extracted free new system of working. Yambill cided the wagon could lie taken no
the stomach after eating. A few doses
county should have a solid rock road farther and it was consequently left at eJ tract 30 and 48, Hurley’s subdivis blacksmith’s bill....... 21 13
< 'on. of the Kickapoo Indian Sagwa has re
a point near where Boise City now ion; $750.
On Tuesday last five threshing out
W T Shurtleft'and wife to J D Nash,
blacksmith's bill .... 2 70
2 70 appetite and 1 feel much improved in
fits in operation were seen from the ing through Willamina, Sheridan,
S. T. D avidson ,
lots 19, 20, Fruitvale subdivision; $2000. A J Apperson, supplies
F. W. CADY. Agt.
The clerk has issued the following
Wanted—One hundred hop pickers
160 acres, sec 22, t 3, r 6 w.
Beware of Ointment« for Catairli that
licenses to wed during the past week.
Union Hardware Co
at Belt’s hop yard, 6 miles northwest toil, Carlton and North Yamhill.
-Mary J. Gould aged 17; Henry Arm John 41 Shilling to John H Hutch
Ti’dw’re for county. . 59 93
The Kickapoo Indian Med. Co. will strong*aged 26.
of North Yamhill.
inson, 35} acres, sec 5,t 3 s, r 2 w; $1050. Harding & Heath print
Wanted.—Forty hop pickers, at John
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
E J Stevenson and wife to M T ing .........................
11 00 smell
and completely derange the whole
Shepherd's hop yard, at Pike, six miles ville, commencing Monday, Aug. 8th, Foster, 27.
Kutch, s e} of w’} of sec 7, t 3 s, r 5 w; Jones A Adams, lumber
3 17 system when entering it through the mu
and remain for three weeks, The mere BUYERS’ AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR. $400.
northwest of North Yamhill.
articles should never
Your attention is called to our Magnificent Stock of
.56 68 be used except on Such
prescriptions from repu
Miss Nora Cooper will leave next fact that they remain the length of
Colin Allison and wife to Mrs N E D F Strohm, for care of
table physicians, as the damage they will
week for the Dalles where she will join
DeLashmutt, 1.98 acres, pt C B Graves
is ten fold to the good you can possibly
C Strohm.................. 1600
10 00 do
most skeptical that their medicines is said to be the best in town.
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
a party going to Mt. Hood.
d 1 c, 15 s, r 6 w; $1500.
manufactured by F. J. Cheney <t Co , Tol
have all the virtues that they claim for Machine oils at Hodson's.
Ailey Potter and husband to trustees
Webster, the convict who escaped them.
lamp for county....... 6 20
620 edo, O., oontains no mercury and is taken
acting directly upon the blood
from the pen at Salem, was captured
C Grissen, stationery .. 14 75
14 75 internally,
and mucous surfaces of tje system. In
To-day at 12:30 p. m. the marriage of between A and B.
lot Sheridan; $1.
near Lebanon on Friday last.
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you
H. Bills and Miss Annie Burns will
All kinds ot machine oils at Hod W L Warren, sheriff, to Geo H Wil
get the genuine. It is taken internally and Of the Latest Styles and Best Quality at Lower Prices
W A Benedict, work on
The foundation for the Jones A Ad take place at the residence f the bride’s san's.
made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J, Cheney <t
27 00 Co. Testimonials free.
bridge........................ 27 00
ams building is being built. Soon the parents in this city. The couple will
than ever offered in this market.
A big lot of dress goods and ladies’
by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle.
brick work will be commenced.
leave on the afternoon train for Port
acres, pt D D Baily d 1 c, t 3 s, r 3 w;
salary, etc................. 51 00
The flour mills in McMinnville can land. The bride is well known in the W. H. Kuns bakery is the place to $12,500.
Miles’ Nerve and Liver Till«.
We Deal on the Square.
Carl Alberts, for bridge
grind more wheat than has been com city and is a daughter of H. C. Burns get your warm bread for breakfast.
Investment Co to O H Irvine, lots 1,
work......................... 104 29 104 29
ing to the city for the past year or so.
Mr. Bills is a former resident of Mc The cheapest and best machine oils 2, blk 2, Oak Park add to McMinnville;
the liver, stomach and ixjwels through
Millsap & Son, provis
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
8. P. M. Briggs and family, of the Minnville and is a very popular young at Hodson’s.
5 00 Miles’ Pills speedily cure biliousness,
ion for indigent........
Try a package of Wilburn’s seed
Dalles, will arrive in this city today. man.
bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa
meal, best on the coast; apure vegeta W L Warren, sheriff, to Henry Liv H B Newby, repairs on
They will visit the family of A. J. Ap-
Commenting upon Governor Pen- ble compound, at C. H. Cook’s.
ingstone, 129.64 acres,t 5 s, r 4 w; $1560.
tion. Unequaled for men, women, and
children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 :
noyer's appointment of Hon. Jeff My
United States to Henry M Davis, 171 F R Willson, lumber.
Candies, nuts and fresh fruits; pies,
doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers
The Oregon Press association will ers to the position of lieutenant colonel, cakes and everything in a firstclass acres, sec 11,15 s, r 5 w.
Geo. Braithwait, super
meet at The Dalles on Sept. 26. About the Roseburg Review says: Gov. Pen- bakery at W. H. Kuns.
Jas Agee and wife to S H Maris, lot visor fee......................... 12 50
Rucklen'« Arnica Salve.
130 newspaper men are expected to be noyer lias appointed Jeff Myers, the
10, Fairlawn subdivision; $600.
Hodson has oils of all kinds.
J F Byers, lumber....... 22 40
J F Byers, lumber
18 15 Tlie Best Salve in the world for Cuts, FARMERS—Don't you know that last year Wheat
When your $200 watcli .needs repair
Camp Jones, Aug. 7th.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
The firm of Wade & Co. has estab guinary Oregonian interviews, a colo ing take it to I). A. Smith. All kinds
Wyatt Harris, abstract
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, sold for 2 to Scents per bushel more at Dayton than it did at any other
lished a large trade in agricultural im nel of the O. N. G., vice Colonel Robt. of jewelry repaired.
Corns and all Skin Erup warehouse in Yainliill county. This extra price is Pure Profit to yon.
plements and you should read their ad Miller. Fame has marked tlie Linn
Go to Redmond’s for reduced prices ! reached at Camp Jones this week. Frank Wood, building
tions, and positively cures Piles or no NOW WHY NOT MAKE THIS PROFIT BY STORING GRAIN
in this paper.
bridge........................ 283 05 283 05 pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Mrs. Wm. Millsap found a bee tree in
IN THE DAYTON WAREHOUSE.
The Kickapoo Indian medicine com “Little Beauty” is the name of a the midst of the camp and the mill W H Easter, R & B .... 1214
The Kickapoo Indian show remain
1214 perfect satisfaction, or money refund
in price is caused by cheap river transportation to
ed at Hillsboro and Forest Grove for 4
F H Barnhart, printing 53 50
53 50 by Rogers Bros.
buy it, at C. Grissen’s book and music hands kindly agreed to cut it, so all
is the only town in the county having it.
weeks. Ask your friends about the is now giving nightly exhibitions in store.
had quite a jubilee on Monday evening.
The butcher shop of Pootli & Hibbs ■ A platform has been built and the S A Briggs, lumber.... 22 75
The proprietor of the Dayton warehouse will buy Wheat. Oats, Hay,
The school house is being rushed to railroad track. The aim of the enter is at all times supplied with the best of young people indulge in dancing until S I Guiss, spikes..........
Potatoes and all Produce of the Farm for Cash.
When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorl*.
ward completition. It is in a sightly tainment is to advertise the medicine, meats. (¡ame and fish in season, rec a late hour. The music consists of a Henry Moor, for bridge
position and will be something that the but the people can n®t object to it from ollect.
work.................. .. . .
45 00 When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
banjo and mouth organ. On Saturday
If you want your property insured in
an amusement standpoint as it amuses
district can be proud of.
Come and get our price on Twine liefore von buy.
50 00 When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
afternoon Mrs. Potter gave a quilting Rob Perry,bridge work.
The McMinnville college ad in this them all. The people employed in the will be pleased to W’rite you.
38 00 When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
M. W. TALLMAN.
and invited all the ladies in camp, H V Stott,
issue will be interesting to you if you show are few in numbers but are good
Proprietor Dayton Warehouse.
are searching for a good college to at in quality. But one Indian is with paint buildings with, at 8. Howorth & and all had a delightful time.
the company at present as tlie govern Co’s.
tend this fail and winter.
Sam Hibbs is the “bandy man” Wm Coulter 44
A large number of threshing ma ment has called in all their wards trav Rhodes & Rhodes have money to around camp. He is very kind to the with team
Notice to Creditors.
loan on improved farm property.
chines started Monday of this week. eling with shows.
“forlern widdies” who have left their I McMinn’ water works,
The meetings of the W. C. T. U.
Elsia Wright commenced in tlie field
water and lights to
Remember, the best best sewing ma- mon at home.
Notice is hereby given that the under
heretofore mentioned, will open on ! chine in th world is the Wheeler & Wil-
of John Cook near this city.
1290 signed has been appointed administratrix
Henry Gilliam came near meeting Aug 1st...................... 12 90
will annexed) of tne estate of
Ed Hendricks, the county clerk, will Saturday, Aug. 20, at 2 p. m., with
Con. i Samuel the Turner,
with a severe accident Friday. An ax Ed Hendricks,clerk fees 175 05
deceased, by the county
move into the new house being erected school of methods, conducted by coun Tlie Sherwin-Williams paints covers ■ in the hands of another workman slip Paul Macy, supervisor’s
court of Yamhill county state of Oregon;
as such administra
by Mrs. Cozine at the foot of Third ty president, Mrs. Edwards. Open air I most, looks liest, wears longer, most ped and struck him in the face, cutting
fees Dist No 4............
7 50 trix. Therefore all person.}
full measure. McMinn-
meeting Saturday evening addressed ! i economical,
street, about the 1st of October.
against taka estate are hereby required to
his lipper lip severely. The ax glanced W C Kruger, spikes Dist
Joe. Pacquet and family with several by Mrs. D. C. H. Cox, national organ
If you want the best drugs at living on the saw or it would have killed him
therefor to me at my residence near North
young men, among them Jack Travis, izer. At 11 a.m. on Sunday the county prices go to Howorth & Co.’s.
instantly. His collar was cut in two. W E Warren sheriff's
Yamhill, in said county, within six iponths
formerly of this, city, passed through i president will deliver a temperance ser-
from this date.
fees............................. 133 80
Kay & Todd will pay the highest One of the mill hands sewed up his lip.
Dated Julv 28. 1892.
here Tuesday on their way to Netarts i mon. Afternoon services will be con market price for Mohair.
Prof. Peebles and family expect to R B Miller, corduroy
ducted by the Y’s. At 7:45 there will i
Go to Howorth’s for fine perfumes.
! Ramsey ct Fenton, Attorneys for Estate.
Hall’s Hair Renewer enjoys tlie con be a mass meeting at the opera house.
G. S. Wright, dentist, McMinnville,
fidence and patronage of the people all I Speakers to be local pastors and others.
T=ïllsç 2STO! I
can take his place on the dancing plat voting pre Newberg . 3 00
If you take pills it is liecanse you
over the civilized world who use it to > The object of these meetings is solely
• McCleod & Matteson,
never tried the
restore and keep the hair a natural I for the spread of gospel temperance Parties going out camping should
Every one up here is enjoying th« lumber....................... 72 00
and Liver Cure
and the public are cordially invited. hay at C. H. Cook’s, D street.
delightful weather and good water and F M York, assessor fees 83 80
It works so nicely, cieansing the Liver
J Moreland, R & B....
and Kidneys ; acts as a mild physic without
Baloon race betweentwo baloons, one
will be given in next issue. P ress I Howorth & Co. have the finest as can not realize that it is so warm in the L Moreland. R & B.... 22 00
causing pain or sickness, «and does not stop
named Grover Cleveland and t’other Sl'ET. W. C. T. U.
The aim of the college is to oiler to
sortment of writing tablets.
I valley. Mrs. John Wortman and Mrs.
\ ou from eatiag and work ing
young men and women the
Anderson Ivie, peace
Ben Harrison. Go around and name
To Try it Is to Become a Friend to it.
For Sale by R ogbiir B ros .
officer ...................... 3 00
the winner at the Indian show Satur
at Howorth & Co.’s.
the 1st of September.
BEST EDUCATION POSSIBLE
If you want your prescriptions care
The Kickapoo Indian Medicine com
Notice to Water Consumers.
fees............................. 66 67
The Manning building facing Third pany will locate their Indian village at fully and accurately compounded, go to
Wm Warren,sheriff fees oo- 25
street will be ready for occupation by McMinnville, commencing Monday, Howorth & Co.’s.
The use of water for sprinkling and Chas Galloway, janitor
the 1st of Sept. One room will be oc August Sth. Their program is strictly
Remember that C. H. Cook carries a lawn purposes is prohibited by City or
is the cause of no end of suf
1200 Eick-headaches are the outward indications of
work......................... 12 00
fering. A safe and certain remedy is
cupied by the postofiice, the other by moral and instructive, consisting of vo full line of graham in small sacks, corn i
VERY LOWEST RATES.
dinance No. 91, after 9 p.m. and the T W Perry,commission
cal and instrumental music, songs, meal and wheatlets, D. street.
derangements of tho stomach and bowels. As
C. H. Fleming.
dances and funny sayings, Irish,Dutch
36 80 Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla is the only bowel
The liest assortment of toilet articles | consumers who continue to allow the er’s fees............... .
Capt. Ganong, Messrs. Rand, Yer- and
.black face specialties, contortion
water to run after said time will have Wm Galloway, sujier-
regulating preparation of Sarsaparilla, it Is seen
Oregon Kidney Tea.
gen, Lewis and Graham, of Or<*£on acts, Spanish ring exercises, feats in at Howorth & Co.’s.
24 00 why it is the only appropriate Sarsaparilla in
visor fees.................... 24 00
It can do you no harm. It may do
City, passed through this city Friday
J J Henderson, com
Bick-headaches. It is not only appropriate; it Is
you much good. Here is the testi
31 42 an absolute cure. After a course of it an occa
missioner’s fee. etc.. 31 42
oa theirway home from a ten days out side splitting farces by blitck faced com in real estate. They will show' you I charged for turning on again with
mony of one sufferer who has been
edians. Dr. Leon Smith will deliver a property and give prices with the best future strict compliance to the law-
I, Ed Hendricks, county clerk and sional dose at intervals will forever after prevent
Are fully abreast of the times, special
ing at Netarts bay.
n::;dc a “a new man.”
lecture and explain the medicinal vir terms.
clerk of the county court of the County return.
attention being given to
The McMinnville flouring mills tues of the Kickapoo Indian remedies.
I hail been troubled many years
A new stock of artists’ materials at
Jno. M. Cox, of 735 Turk Street, San Francisco,
with disease of the kidneys when
have started up and are now running The doctor will also extract teeth free Howorth & Co.’s.
hereby certify that the foregoing copy writes: “ I have been troubled with attacks of
kind Providence sent Dr. Henley
with the Oregon Kidney Tea to my
day and night. Since the repairs and
Nervous prostration, drunkenness,
hotel. It had an almost miracu
compared witli the original anil that it three times a week. Some time ago I bought two
Notice to Patron«.
changes in machinery the mill pro
fits, opium habit, St. Vitus dance, hys
is a correct transcript therefrom and of bottles of Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla and have
anew man. G. A. TUPPER.
duces more flour in a day.
teria, headache, hot flashes, nervous Holl and ani prepared to do all classes the whole of such original schedule of only
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
had one attack aince and that was on the
Graduates of the Normal Course are
Santa Rosa, Cal.
The old roan express horse belong
claims as the same appears on record at second day after I began using it.”
eligible to the
ing to Mr. Dickenson stumbled and Dielsehneider.I request that all patrons books free at Rogers Bros., or mail 10 tice. Engraving of monograms, etc., a my office and in my custody.
It has cured thousands;
why not you ? To-mor
STATE TEACHERS DIPLOMA
fell on tho plank road in front of the
to my successor. I can recommend him cts. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, specialty. A new, neat stock will soon to set my hand and affixed the seal of Inn’c Veeetable
row may be too late.
postoffice Monday night and while as thoroughly able to do all work in His Indiana.
be opened and patrons and friends are said court this 8th day of Aug,. A. D.,
JUy v Sarsaparilla
there was a great rumpus the only line satisfactorily andin a perfect me Go to the Kickapoo Indian show and requested to call.
E d H endricks ,
Send for tlie ih 'W Ciitnlogur. Fall
chanical way. '
W m . H oll .
see happy Dick Turner.
Tenn opens Sept, <tth.
thing broken was the thill.
W m . D ielschneider .
SOLD BY ROGEIts BROS.
We offer as a prize a fine three jointed split
Bamboo Fishing Rod, for the Largest Moun
tain or Salmon Trout caught and delivered
at our store for measurement.
must be caught with a fly without bait; this
offer is open for contestants till Sept. 15. ’92.
We are headquarters for Fishing Tackle this
Summer. Our line of Flies is full and com
plete. A large stock of Rods, Reels, Lines,
Plain Hooks, Baskets, Etc.
Come and See the Special Drives
<1 SHOES, HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS. H
fi An Exceptionally Fine Line of U)
Ladies Dress Shoes for
$1.25 Fer Pair
Opposition Boot and Shoe Store.
BOOTS & SHOES!
M c M innville college