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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1892)
A PRISON BREAK.
The truss roof of the Manning block I Take the children to Indian show
is being put up.
Saturday afternoon to see happy Dick
The examination for .the teachers of Four Convicts Dig and Saw out of the B ills -B urns .—On Thursday, Aug. 11,,
The school house would look lretter romer.
1892, at 12:30 p. m., at the residence of i
Yamhill county was held Aug. 10, 11
18, 1892 with a coat of paint.
Mrs. J. E. Rennie and daughter, of and 12, at the public school house in
the bride’s parents in this city, Mr. __ |
Morgan Baker, of Seattle, is in the Salem, is visiting Mis« Rose McPhil- this city. There were 24 persons who At the Oregon state penitentiary
Henrv Bills and Miss Anna Burns. Iil’i U4
lips, of this city.
Rev. Abbett officiating
| F I Nil HI 111 H I
city visiting relatives.
took the examination, 11 of them fail Friday morning when the guards
Relatives of the family and a few in-
From 7 a ni. to 7 p. m
From 7:30 p.
The ventriloquist and magician with ing to pass. The examiners were Prof.
Our citizens are receiving “green
iu. to 8:30 p. ni.
prisoners were found missing and an vited friends attended the ceremony. M ii
Money order hours from 7 a. in. to 6 p. in.
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. ni
Prof. Duncan, of the North Yambill investigation revealed the fact that The presents to the young couple con- /l T T Ofl T 1 DTI '
sometime during Friday night one of stated of the following: P. I). Glenn. XX V U vli vlV/AA I
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. ni. Mai)
School teachers have been invading schools and J. B. Stilwell, superintend
night; double bill. Admission 10c.
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. in.
the most daring escapes ever conceived silver knives and forks; Miss Rose Mc-
Mail for 5:45 a. m train closes evening
Miss Nora Cooper returned from
and carried to a successful cenclusion Phillips, silver cake stand; Mrs. M
before at 9 p m
taking it by storm.
had been accomplished by John Dona- Butler, of Bellevue, silver tea and des
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail Newport Monday.
closes at 11 a m.
F. S. Glandon has moved to North tificates areas follows: J. NY. George, ho, Johh Evans, Robert Max Schnei
Wm. Chrisman and wife returned
sert spoons; Mrs. C. Hayes. Portland,
Yamhill. His residence in this city is
der and D. S. Holliday, all of whom salad fork and spoon; W. L. Warren,
from California Friday.
occupied by J. B. Sellers.
J. A. Simmons, of Empire City, for
and Lewis L. Davis. The recipients had been sentenced from Multnomah bedroom set; Mrs. M. J. Coleman,
M ethodist E piscopal C hurch —Services
The farmers throughout the state of second grade certificates were Miss county.
Portland, silver sugar set; Mr. and Mrs.
every Sabbath at It a. ni and 7:00p. in,
have triumphed over the field lice this Jennie L. Hadley, J. G. Hadley, Miss These men were confined in cells No. C. J. Payne, Bellevue, silver pickle
Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni
In the guardianship of Edna Ken year*
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
Rose Hampton, Miss Ella Macy, W. D. 201 and 202 on the ground floor in the dish; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Campbell,
yon, the inventory was approved Aug.
R ev J. T A bbett , Pastor.
Risley, Miss Nina M. Canniff and •south wing. Schneider and Evans lace bed spread and pillow shams; Mr.
ClMBEBLAN’J PRESBYTERIAN ClICRCH — 16th.
were in No. 201 and Donaho and Hol and Mrs. H. C. Burns, set household
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. ni. and 7 p
A very interesting program will be The clerk has issued license to wed to
Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni.
liday in No. 202. These are adjoining furniture; Hollie Burns, fruit dish.
R ev W iley K nowi . es , Pastor
given at the Christian church Friday the following persons:
Tilllamook is Growing.
cells and Schneider and Evans, hav Mr. and Mrs. Bills left on the afternoon
BirrisT CHi Rcn. -Services every Sabbath evening of this week.
Anna Laura Bums, aged 18; Henry
ing a large file that was hammered to a train for Portland where they will go
at II a. m. and 7p. ni. Sunday’School at
Every person who comes from
O. O. Hodson and family and F. W. K Bills, aged 21.
R ev R. M c K illop , Pastor.
point, removed a sufficient number of to housekeeping at once. The best
Fenton and family returned from New Lizzie Jane DeFord, aged 26; Wm O Tillamook remarks about the won- brick to permit of their passage into wishes of numerous friends go with
derful growth of Tillamook City, Elec- cell No. 202. The floor of these cells them.
McMinnville Cknnge. No. 31, P. of II.,
Cooper, aged 23.
meet in their bailie first and third Satur port Wednesday week.
trie light, both arc and incandescent,
Strength and Health.
consists of five layers of brick in the
day of each month at 10 a. m. Visitors
Walter Holman will leave about
Escaped Convicts Seen.
gleam o'night, and the streets and side
J. T. J olly .
form of an arch. The floor is of brick
Sept. 1st for Boston, where he will fin
are not feelling strong and
M rs . tl. E. K i ns .
walks are in far better condition than
ish his musical education.
On Friday night, about 12 o'clock, a3 the majority of the valley towns. There laid on top of the arch, and over the healthy, try Electric Bitters. If “La
Grippe” has left you weak and weary,
The Kickapoo medicine company are Geo. Collins, of Salem, was near Mc is no reason why prosperity should not floor is a coating of asphaltum a half use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts
l uster Post No. 9 meets the second and
directly on Liver, Stomach and Kid
come to Tillamook as well as the more
fourth Saturday of each month at G. A. R pleasing the people with their nightly
burning coal oil from their lamps upon neys, gently aiding those organs to per
hall in Wright’s building at 7:30 p. m. All shows. They will remain till the 27th. he noticed two men jump over the favored sections of the state.
members of the Order.arc cordially invited
it. As soon as heated, tlie asphaltum form their functions. If you are af
Robt. King has demonstrated that he fence and hide in the field. Soon after we say favored we do not mean by the was readily removed, when layer by flicted with Sick Headache, you will
to attend our meetings
W ilky K nowles .
is an artist in decorating. The front of he noticed another do the same thing, gifts of nature, but the^ifts of man in
speedy and permanent relief by
layer the bricks were removed, with find
B F C li bine ,
taking Electric Bitters. One trial will
the Cook block is his work and speaks this one having prison stripes. It the shape of railroads. As soon as a
seems that he had no desire to attempt railroad taps the prolific and yet unde the assistance of the two large files convince you that this is tlie remedy
the capture of the three men, although veloped county west of well known they had, until they had a hole large you need. Large bottles only 50c. at
The Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co.
Local and General.
he is an ex-superintendent of the pen. Yambill the people of this valley will enough to let a man pass through. The Rrogers Bros, drug store.
have erected a large tent and will re
Tom Nelson, of Tillamook, is in the main in McMinnville until Saturday, These escaped convicts are still at large be astonished at the riches that will bed. The men placed dummies in the
and are probably making tor the moun float into the markets. Tillamook can
heels and by means of a rope let them Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are the
supply the state with honey and dairy
keepers of the government light house
Judge Geo. H. Burnett spent Sunday Jack Sherman, a young bookeeper of
selves into the basement. They then at
Sand Beach, Mich., and are blest
iu this city.
Monmouth, was arrested last Thurs
followed around the corridor until they with a daughter, four years old. Last
Wheat is now coming in steadily at day in Salem on complaint of Miss
came to the southernmost window in April she was taken down with mea
Corvallis is going to gravel ten
W. C. T. U. Program.
Nettie Goode, for rape.
the front of the prison. They liael a sles, followed with a dreadful cough
blocks of her principal streets and
new hack saw and three blades and and turning into a fever. Doctors at
Tlie TELErilONE-REOISTKR is a let the contract for the paving to
The heater for the new school house
First meeting on Satutday at 2 p. m. the task of sawing an inch iron rod home and at Detroit treated her, but in
house has arrived.
weekly paper, published in McMinn Hayne, Buck & Co., of Albany, for at Christian cliuaeh, will I m ? School of
vain; she grew worse rapidly, until she
was a mere “handful of bones.”—Then
Judge Galloway left for Newport ville. ’Hie subscription price is One $6641. Six inches of screened gravel Methods, conducted by county presi. was tlie work of only a few moments. she tried Dr. King’s New Discovery
Bending this rod back, they crawled
Dollar per year.
Saturday last, returning on Tuesday.
will be put on the streets, after they dent.
and after tlie use of two and a half bot
through the window and were in the
The old original carpenter, A.Brooks, have been brought to a grade. The
Open air meeting on Saturday even front yard. They climbed the wall tles, was completely cured. They say ►I
Mr. Chas. Kline and family returned
Dr. King’s New Discovery is worth its
from a month’s outing in the Cascades has completed a fine barn, 34x50 feet, last course of gravel will consist of 10 ing at Bund stand at 7:45 p. m. Ad and were soon on the walk-way of the weight in gold, yet you can get a trial
dress by Mrs. D. C. H. Cox, national
on Friday .last.
bottle free at Rogers Bros, drugstore. 6
16 stalls and a granary.
There will be no gutters, but a three- organizer. Subject “What Shall We do day guards. At the first tower they
J. L. Rogers and U. 8. Booth return
H illsboro , Or., July 23.
ed from Trask river Monday with a A threshing machine, eight miles feet trench will be dug. In this there With the Rum Traffic?”
that I have had a 1
north of Pendleton, has been turning will be placed a sewer pipe. Then the
Sunday at 11 a. m. temperan'ce ser to tlie ground and were free to go skin disease certify
number of fine trout.
on niy face for tbe last 12 j
out over 10,000 bushels of wheat from trench will be filled with large gravel, mon at the opera house, by Mrs. Ed
| years. It was first started by the ex- ■
Is still in Full Blast, and
Those beautiful campaign silk hand
wherever they pleased.
plosion of a gun while out diick liunt-!
600 acres. The quality of the grain was thus affording a system of drainage.
There are three guards at the prison ing. I have used all kinds of medicine '
kerchiefs at Kay & Todd’s are well
Sunday ar 3 p. m. meeting of W. C.
A Nice Time Coming.
worth the purchase price.
during the night, two inside and one in fact, I used everything I could hear '
When your children need school
T. U. at the opera house. Short ad-
out. The inside men make their rounds of, all to no avail. ' About eight days
Elsia AVright reports .that the worst books, slates, tablets, etc., bear in mind
The sheriff is levying for the delin dreess by president, Mrs. Cox and oth of the ceils unceasingly. While one is ago I bought a lx>x of tlie Kickapoo
piece of grain threshed was a piece that that ( '. Grissen makes a specialty of the quent 2 mill road tax in this city. The ers. The young people are especially
Indian salv» and have used it eveiy
in the chapel the other goes clear night before retiring and now I am en-.
From, all Portions of the County.
went 22 bushels to the acre.
stationery business and will save you members of the city council who have invited to this meeting.
The Monmouth band has received money.
Sunday evening at 7:45, mass meet chapel the first man makes the round. half a box and would not take $10 for
failed to pay were the first to receive a
the contract for the music at the state
Col. Cornelius sowed 11 bushels of a call from the sheriff. The county court ing at the opera house. Addresses by
The outside man lias a large territory the balance of tbe box if I could not get
fair. The price they get is $245.
T. R. S lattery ,
new kind of oats on four acres of one does not want the Sheriff to do this, as Rev. C. A. McDonald and others, All to watch, and believes the men escaped any more of it.
There is considerable more improve of his farms in Washington county there is not n chance of collecting it la- are cordially Invited.
Fail to do Our Duty.
between 2:30 and 3:30 a. m., while he
ment heeded in the city and the coun this year, and in return threshed 330 gally, but the court having made tbe
Christian Endeavor Concert.
was on the north side. Between 1 and
Everybody has at times failed to do ’
cil should not allow the good work to bushels.
order and not being willing to take the
2 o’clock he says a man strolled up the their duty toward themselves. Hun-1
stop. Order in some more crushed
Chas. Talmage has received a very
avenue and when questioned said he dreds of lady readers suffer from sick
peculiar curio. It is a bottle eontain- iff will do as ordered and will sell all the Christian Endeavor society of this came out to see the prison. The fellow headache, nervoûsness, sleeplessness
The contract for the brick on the ining different colored sands from the the property in this city unless stopped. city will give a concert at Garrison’s op apologized when told to move on—that and female troubles. Let them follow
example of Mrs. H. Herbechter,
Campbell block has been awarded to bad lands of Dakota. All the colors of The two mill road tax cannot be col era bouse. The program has been he had come at a poor hour to see any the
Point, Wis., who for five years
lected from the property of this city, carefully arranged anil time given to thing. He wore blue overalls and jum Stevens
Steward & Reiters, who will commence the rainbow are represented.
suftered greatly from nervous prostra
sleeplessness, tried physicians
per and a large straw hat. He no doubt
Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock tlie
different medicines without sue-!
There will probably lie an excursion Indian show will give a ladies’ and and it looks as if it was coming. The and the evening can be spent in no bet had some connection witli the escape, and
cess. But one bottle of Dr. Miles’ [ I-
from this city to Newport, Saturday ch'il^ens’ matinee in the big tent. Take council will soon hold a meeting to ter way than by attending the perform but what part he took is not known, as Nervine caused sound sleep every night .
he moved oft' when told he had no bus and she is feeling like a new peinon.
Aug. 27th. The fare will lie reduced to the nttle ones t<^|he matinee and avoid
in the county and the state for that Overture, String Band.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler, Laramie city, :
$3.50 for return ticket.
the night rush. Admission 5c.
Wyoming, who tried all other reme
matter is in a jieculiar condition. The
Harlon Ong, of Newberg, this coun Surveyor Branson went to Tillamook sheriff will soon advertise proix?rty for
dies, declares that after three weeks' '
Essay, Mrs. Chas. Graves.
side. They smuggled the files into their use of the Nervine for headache, nerv
ty, has invented an electric motor that to do some surveying to establish a line sale, the owners of the same thinking Piano Duet, Misses Apperson.
F. W. CADY. Agt.
cells from the shops, but the saw was ous prostration, etc., she was entirely
is described at length in the Scientific over which there has been much con that the taxes uporuM are paid. Prop
Recitation, Miss Tna Cooper.
tention. He did not do it and spent erty will lie advertised for sale in the
American of July 30th.
Vocal Solo, F. E. Rogers.
this there can be no doubt, for the saw bottle free.
R. L. Holman, of Oregon City, and the time enjoying the sad sea waves, name of people who do not own it at
Ointments for Cntarrli that
a new one and of a style not gen- Beware of Contain
by the way, coroner of Clackamas etc.
this time. Tbe whole matter is in such
J. E. Magers and family returned
county, spent Sunday and Monday in
a condition that a dozen Philadelphia
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of
from New]>ort yesterday, where, Mr. lawyers could not unravel and straight Violin Duet, C. Grissen, W. B. Hol- Salem.
the city visiting his parents.
The men who escaped were not at smell and completely derange tbe whole
Magers remarked, they had spent a
when entering it through the mu
(ieo. W. Belt, formerly district attor
en it out.
Your attention is called to our Magnificent Stock of
Recitation, Pauline Turner.
work Friday, as the shops are not now system
pleasant two weeks. He will leave for
cous surfaces. Such articles should never
ney of this district, has been nominat
Tillamook the latter part of the week to BUYERS’ AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR.
tabic physicians, as the damage they will
ed superior judge by the democratic
part th run.
during the day they made a start at do
is ten fold to the good you can possibly
convention which recently met at Spo
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
by F. J. Cheney & Co . Tol
this is merely a supposition, since they manufactured
Recitation, Miss Nettie Hixson.
house have uncovered a lot of rotten hotel Yamhill,formerly Cook house, E.
edo. O. oontains no mercury and is taken
During the month of July 105 home
directly upon the blood
timber in the building, and it will take
and mucous surfaces of tac systCin. In
steads were entered at Oregon City.
Recitation and Tableau, Mesdames hours.
considerable work to make it so that it Wanted.—Forty hop pickers, at John
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you Of the Latest Styles and Best Quality at Lower Prices
Soon all the public land in this section will not rot in the future. The fault is Shepherd's hop yard, at Pike, six miles Graves and Love.
Escapes are quite frequent at the pen get the genuine. It is taken internally and
will lie taken and the large farms will said to be in the roof.
just now, and a little more care and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. .1, Cheney A
than ever offered in this market.
northwest of North Yamhill.
Oregon State Fair.
Co. Testimonials free.
have to be cut up.
watchfulness would probably stop this ETSold
The fall grain is all cut and threshed,
This section was the recipient of a de and contrary to evil prophesy, says the is said to be the best in town.
The state fair for 1892 commences on breaking out epidemic. A reward of
We Deal on the Square,
Miles’ Nerve and Liver Fills.
lightful rain Saturday. No damage to Brownsville Times, the yield is up to
the 12th day of September, and lasts $50 has been offered for the capture of
Machine oils at Hodson’s.
the crops that are being harvested is the average of former years. The aver Cedar posts for sale, on Fifth street one week. The state board of agricul each of these men.
tlie liver, stomach and bowels through
possible, and much good has been done age per acre is about 16 bushels for between A and B.
ture has made, and is now making
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
to everything growing.
Miles’ Pills speedily cure biliousness,
wheat and 30 bushels for oats.
All kinds of machine oils at Hod many changes and improvements
bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa
Jas. McCain, prosecuting attorney,
Wm. Kuns having purchased the in
tion. Unequaled for men, women, and
Judge Wm. Ramsey and O. H. Irvine terest of Nelson in the ftrm of Kuns &
A big lot of dress goods and ladies’
55jx72 ft, in Rowlan’dadd to McMinn children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50
will leave for Tillamook during the lat Nelson, it is necessary that all accounts jackets at bargain prices at Redmond’s. venience of exhibitors, patrons and vis ville; $400.
doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers
ter part of the week, where they have of the firm be closed at once. Persons W. H. Kuns bakery is the place to itors. There are two electric street rail M R Fletcher and wife to Wm Gal Bros.
business before the circuit court of that knowing themselves indebted to the get your warm bread for breakfast.
way lines running from Salem to tlie loway, lets 3, 4, blk 2, College 2nd add
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The chea]>est and liest machine oils fair grounds, thus affording pleasant to McMinnville; $6fl0.
firm will please call and settle at once.
Tile Best Salve in the world for Cuts, FARMERS—Don't you know that last yeai’ Wheat
and rapid transit to and from the
Considerable counterfeit coin is in
Henry Hopkins to J I) Boatman, Bruises, Sores, Fleers, Salt Rheum,
The warehouse of Hartman & Wal
Try a package of Wilburn’s seed grounds to the city. The exhibits in land near Lafayette; t 4 s, r 3 w; $450. Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, sold for 2 to 5 cents per bushel more at Dayton than it did at any other
circulation in the state at the present lace is nearing completion and soon
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup warehouse in Yambill county. This extra price is Pure Profit to you.
time. Several of our business men will be filled with implements from meal, best on the coast; a pure vegeta all departments promise to lie large, be O & C R R to Thos Geldard, 120 tion*.
and positively cures Piles or no
ble compound, at C. H. Cook’s.
ing stimulated by the offer of liberal ! acres, sec 3, t 2 s, r 5 w; $240.
have received half dollars. Better look the Mitchell, Lewis & Staver Co.
pay requirra. It is guaranteed to give NOW WHY NOT MAKE THIS PROFIT BY STORING GRAIN
IN THE DAYTON WAREHOUSE.
John Callaghan to Geo and Arthur perfect satisfaction, or money refund
at all the silver you get now. Tt wont Messrs. Hartman & Wallace are old
cakes and everything in a firstelass will be lighted by electricity, and the
take us long to do it.
in price is caused by cheap river traus|>ortation to
hands at the business and will carry a bakery at W. FI. Kuns.
by Rogers Bros.
pavilion will be open four nights during $80.
is the only town in tbe eonnl v having it.
John Collins, the old time man carfully selected stock.
Hodson has oils of all kinds.
the week. Good music will be fur Geo W and Arthur Branson to Smiley
about-town, of this city is once more
Rev. Knowles and Mrs. C. W. Tal When your $200 watch needs repair- nished for the pavilion concerts each
Tbe proprietor of tbe Dayton warehouse will lmv Wheat. Oats. Hay,
Carter, 40 acres, sec 26, t i> s,r 7 w; $100.
here. He arrived at 4 o’clock Saturday mage returned from Tillamook Tues ing take it to 1). A. Smith.
All kinds evening, and on tbe grounds during
and all Produce of the Farm for Cash.
Smiley Carter to Rose A Parker, 40 When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
and in two hours got drunk, went to day evening. Mrs. Julia Snyder re of jewelry repaired.
sleep on the sidewalk and was run in. mained there with her father, Dr. H.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
ZBirxciin.g' Twine Sold..
Go to Redmond’s for reduced prices close at 3 p. m. the first day of the fair,
J R Lewis to W T Pillmail, 6.60 When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Monday he cleaned np the jail, the en , V. V. Johnson. While there Rev. on white goods and sun shades.
Come and get our price on Twine before you buy.
| acres, lot 23, Oakes Fruit Farm; $600. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
gine room and the council chamber I Knowles organized an Eastern Star
“Little Beauty” is the name of a tries on Friday and Saturday before
M. W. TALLMAN.
A. M. Peery to H L Watt and Max
and was given four days.
I lodge of thirty members. It is called handsome parlor organ and $45 will will avoid the crowd. All exhibits j I Dunn,
Proprietor Dayton Warehouse.
buy it, at C. Grissen’s book and music
Governor Pennoyer Monday filled j Silver Wave.
must be in place by 10 p. in. of the first( t 4 s, r 3 w; $25.
two vacancies in the stabe board of ag The gladsome information comes
T J Simpson to Wm G Buffum, blk
The butcher shop of Booth & Hibbs day of the fair.
riculture by appointing David M Guth I that Mrs. Woodworth, the so-called
Notice to Creditors.
is at all times supplied with the best of Send to G. W. Watt, ass’t secretary 13, Amity; $250.
rie, of Dallas, to take the place of Thos. evangelist, is soon to pack up her tent meats. Game and fish in season, rec at Salem for a premium list.
Richmond, who met death by accident and silently remove it to pastures new ollect.
Notice is hereby given that the under
’ 7, 8, 9, and n.J lots 13, 14, 15, Edward’s signed
has been appointed administratrix
in Polk county some weeks ago, and i and green, where she will continue to
If you want your property insured i._
add to Newberg; $600.
(with the will annexed) of tne estate of
Samuel II. Holt, of Phoenix, to fill tbe ply her hypnotic feats. It is not stated a standard company, Rhodes A’Rhodes i
. .. ..
Samuel Turner, deceased, by the county
C arlin Opal, daughter of Mrs. Car John R Evans to Eli P Cooper, lots court of Yamhill county state of Oregon:
vacancy caused by the resignation of exactly where she ingoing, but Mc- will be pleased to write you.
2, 7, blk 2,Potters add to Sheridan; $84. and has duly qualified as such administra
D. S. K. Buick, removed to < lermany. ! Minnviile is probably her objective' The Sherwin-Williams paint made to
Il N Knowles to Eli P Cooper, lots 7, trix. Therefore all persons having claims
12, 1892, aged 7 years 11 months and
paint buildings with, at S. Howorth &
against »ala estate are hereby required U y
Capt. W. H. Phillips laid ufbn our ta i point. Mrs. Woodworth lias made an J Co’s.
12 days. Funeral held from tlie resi 2, blk 3, Potters add to Sheridan; $84. present them witn the proper vouchers
ble yesterday some ripe figs, of the first
Alice C Knight and Henry Killen to therefor to me at my residence near North
dence, Rev. Hoberg officiating.
Rliodes & Rhodes have money to
Yamhill, in said county, within six months
crop growing upon a tree at his place ! will cause no regret.— Statesman.
loan on improved farm property.
Death was caused by cholera morbus. Eli P Cooper, lots 7, 2, blk 2, Potter's from this date.
on the other side of the river. A sec The temperance meeting held in the j Remember, the best best sewing ma The child was taken sick Wednesday add to Sheridan; $84.
Dated July 28. 1892.
ond crop is well underway and are j city park last Sunday was largely at- chine in th world is the Wheeler & Wil morning, the 10th, and in spite of the J C Kenaston to Eli P Cooper, lots 2,
much more numerous than the first : tended. It was published that Mrs. son No. 9, C. Grissen, agent.
best medical attendance died on the 7, blk 2, Potters add to Sheridan; $84.
Fenton. Attorneys for Estate.
crop. Capt. Phillips does not consider ’ Edwards ' would deliver the ad- The Sherwin-Williams paints covers 12th.
United States to Jas A Gerrisb, 160
T=ills? 3STQI ’
it anything of a difficult job to grow | dress and quite a number expected to j most, looks best, wears longer, most P atterson —In this city, on Saturday, ; acres, t 2 s, r 4 w.
If you take pills it is because you have
figs in Oregon if trees are given even ! hear her. Mi's. Harford spoke in her I ville pharmacy.
O 4 C R R to EM Graves 40 acres,
never tried the
August 13, 1892, James Patterson,
moderate protection.— Albany Herald. I stead and spoke very eloquently, her
sec 23, t 4 s, r 6 w; $140.
S. B. Headache and Liver Cure
If you want the best drugs at living1 aged 62 years,of consumption. Funer J J Gerrish to J A Gerrisb, 8 acres,
It works so nicely, cieansnig tlie Liver
Major Handbury says the .«nagboat
and Kidneys: acts as a mild physic without
throughout. The subject was mainly
sec 3, t 2 s, r 4 w: $100.
p. m., Sunday, August 14th.
causing pain or sickness, and does not stop 1
Corvallis will be sent up the Willam
The aim of the college is to offer to
on the accursed liquor traffic and its market price for Mohair.
you from eatiag ami working.
Mr. Patterson was an old resident of Wm T Newby to Samuel Cozine, lots
ette to pull snags between Oregon City
To Try it Is to Become a Friend to it.
young men and women the
i influence in degrading the boys and I
For Sale hy R ogers linos
and Salem. A few wingdams will also
young men of the nation. We under I Go to Howorth’s for fine perfumes.
hous for several months previous to his 3, blk 2; $100.
be put in. It is expected that when stand that Mrs. Harford will start out
G. 8. Wright, dentist, McMinnville, demise.
BEST EDUCATION POSSIBLE
M Fisk to R I’ Bird, lots 3, 4, blk 6,
this work is completed steamers can
as the state organizer for the W. C. T.
Maple Park add to Lafayette; $200.
make regular trips between Salem and
Notice to Water Conaumer».
U. and will spend the greater part of Parties going out camping should ;
Chas A Martin to John M Bunn, lot
Portland. The government engineers
stop and get one of tl________
bales ... of
! i the cause of no enu of suf-
the coming year in this work. She lias hay at C. H. Cook’s, hose
The use of water for sprinkling and
have delayed this work all summer and
. A safe and certain remedy is
Sick-headaches are the outward indications of
been well received wherever she bas
VERY LOWEST RATES.
Howorth & Co. have the finest as-1lawn PurP°ses is prohibited by City or-
now’ that the boats have been with spoken since coming to the state. Mrs.
1 wish to announce that I have pur-
Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla is the only bowel
drawn they get to work. They are a Harford announced that there would
ijrsgon Kidney Tea,
A full line of homeopathic medicines ¡ consumers who continue to allow the I chased the jewelry business of Wm. regulating preparation of Sarsaparilla, it is seen
brilliant lot.— Statesman.
be another temperance meeting in the at Howorth & Co.’s.
why it is the only appropriate Sarsaparilla in
water to run after said time will have
It can do you no harm. It may do
Mrs. D. W. Wesler, of Ballston, and park next Sunday afternoon at 3
sick-headaches. It is not only appropriate; it is
you much good. Here is the testi
If you want your prescriptions care-1 turned oft and the sum of $1 will be i of modern jewelry work on short no- an absolute cure. After a course of it an occa
her son Tommy and 4 year-old child o’clock, and if possible Mr. Harford
of one sufferer who bas been
fully’and accurately compounded, go to charged for turning on again with
sional dose at intervals will forever after prevent
were badly injured in a runaway at would also speak. Those wishing to Howorth & Co.’s.
made a “ a new man. ”
Are fully abreast of the time«, special
. future strict compliance to the law | specialty. A new, neat stock will soon return.
attention l>eing given to
I had been troubled many years
Perrydale Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. hear an interesting and profitable lec-
Remember tlurt C. H. Cook carries al promised.
F. E. G riffith ,
Jno. M. Cox» of 735 Turk Street, San Francisco»
with <ii.-easc of tbe kidneys when
Wesler bad started home and one of I ture should avail themselves of this op- full line of graham in small sacks, com !
kind Providence sent Dr. Henley
writes: “I have been troubled with attacks of
Supt I requested to call.
with the Oregon Kidney Tea to my
the lines broke and the horse, becom tnnity.— Dayton News.
sick-headache for the last three years from one to
meal and wheatlets, D. street.
W m . D iei . schneiiikr .
hotel. It had an almost miracu
, <>»•< inizia
Mr. . (iT o.
three times a week. Some time ago I bought two
lous effect and in a few days I was
ing frightened, dashed into a fence
The best assortment of toilet articles says: “I have been troubled with J) vs-
Notice to Patron».
:• new man. G. A. TUPPER,
| bottles of Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla and have
and threw’ all three to the ground.
Proprietor Occidental Hotel,
at Howorth & Co.’s.
pepsia in a most aggravated form and
Nervous prostration, drunkenness, | only had one attack since and that was on the
Graduate« of the Normal Course are
Santa Rosa, Cal.
Having sold my business to Wm. F.
suffered so very much with pains in : fits, opium liabit, St. Vitus dance, liys- I second day after I began using it.”
Mrs. Wesler was hurt about the
eligible to the
It has curesBthousands; I
head and was unconscious for some of mine continue to give their business in real estate. They will show you the stomaeij after eating. A few doses
why not you ? To-mor- I
the Kickapoo Indian Sagwa has re
STATE TEACHERS IHI’MIMA
time. The cart ran over one of the to niy successor. I can recommend him property and give prices with tlie best of
lieved all the pain and given me a good
I row may be too late.
good i Miles’ Nervine. Trial bottles and fine
children and the other was badly cut as thoroughly able to do all work in his terms.
appetite and I feel much
in books free at Rogers Bros., or mail 10
Tour druyffitt trill tell you about
Send for the new Catalogue. I'lill
8. T. D avidson , let«. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, uUy 0 Sarsaparilla
about the face. A physician was sent line satisfactorily anditi a perfect me A new stock of artists’ materials at every way.
it. Ask hint.
Howorth & Co.’«.
" M- H oll .
Forest Grove. I I Indiana.
Term opens Sept, 4Mb.
for and he soon had them resting easy. chanical way.
SOLD BY ROGER« 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
SHOES. HATS AND IKT FURNISHING GOODS. 0
An Exceptionally Fine Line of
Ladies Dress Shoes for
$1.25 Fer Pair,
Opposition Boot and Shoe Store
BOOTS & SHOES!
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