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COUN< ÍÍ- PROCEEDINGS.
From 7 a m. to 7 p. m From 7:30 p.
u, te 8:30 p.m.
Money order honrs from 7 a. in. to 6 p. in.
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. m
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. m. Mail
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. m.
Mail for 5:45 a. m train closes evening
before at 9 p m.
Sheridan anil southern Tillamook mail
closes at 11 a. ni.
M i - thoiust EnscorAL f'lirwH —Services
everv Sabltalli at 11 a. m and 7:00 p m,
Sunday School al 9:-W a, ni ( raver meet
ing Thursday evenings at ,:30.
K kv . S. E M enixgzk , l’astor
ClMBESLAXU Par.SBTTrRIAS C h IRCH —
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p
in Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni.
Ri:v W iley K nowles , Pastor
B aftist C hurch .—Services every Sabbath
■ i I t a m and 7:36 p. m. Sunday School at
s;55a. m. R ev R- M c K illof , Pastor.
t'HRisTiis CHvacn.—Services every Sale
bath at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. m Sunday
School at 10 a. m. Y. P. S C E. meets
Sunday at fi::»p. in Prayer meeting M ed-
nesdav at 7.30 p in. Everyone invited
H A. P enton , Pastor.
S t . J ames C atholic C iiirch .—Services 1st
and 3id Snndavs of each month, Second
Sunday St. Mary’s at Corvallis
Sunday, St Patrick’s Church on Muddy.
R ev . T hos . B riodv , Pastor .
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, P. of H„
meet in their hall tlie first and third Satur
day of each month at in a. ni. Visitors
J. T J olly .
M is . M. E. Kelts.
< ouncilmen go in With Great
The new council elected met for the
purpose of organizingon the evening of
Dee. 5, 1892, all of the members being
The council filled the vacancy caused
by the resignation of (.'ouncilmen Pal
mer by electing Henry Gee. Council
man Wright tendered a verbal resigna
tion and Chas. Loux was elected to till
The report of tlie superintendent of
water and lights was read and referred
to the committee on ways and means.
Tlie report of the city treasurer was
read and referred to committee on fire
Report of city marshall read and re
ferred to judiciary sommittee.
Report of street commissioner was
read and referred to committee on
streets and public property.
Report of recorder read and referred
to commtttee on accounts and current
The committee appointed by the
mayor for the following year arc as fol
Account« and current expenses—
Campbell, Gee and Tyler.
Fire and water—Jone«, Rummel and
Ways and means—Rummel, Loux
Streets and public property—Gee,
Rummel and Campbell.
Health and police—Loux, Jones and
Judiciary—Tyler, Ixaix and Jones.
Custer Post No. 9 meets tin- second and
fourth Saturday of each month at <1. A. 11.
ball in Wright’s building at 7:30 p. in. All
members of the Order.are cordially invited
to attend our meetings.
W iley K nowles ,
The first regular meeting of the
P.. F C lubine ,
council was held Tuesday evening, all
bocal and General.
the members being present.
J. W. Cowles was elected treasurer
and F. E. Grrfllth was elected superin
| tendent of water and lights.
The bond of McCullough and Ma
lone was approved and license ordered
' be made out.
Recorder instructed to i>ost notices
for construction of sidewalk on east
side of C street, between Buckeye and
Ordinance for licensing hotel drum
mers and solicitors failed to pass.
HIS EAST SWITCH.
rrnc»r<l|iIes Of the Body at (he Adjourned The Report of Treasurer «1. W. Cowls for Frank H. Bigelow, a Brakemen, Killed by
a Southern Pacific Train.
the Year Ending December 1, 189*2.
103— Chas Handley vs Ellen Jackson;
104— H F Bedwell & Co vs W C Mes-
ner, action for money; default and
judgment for plfl'with order to sell at
10-5—Estate of W I Westerfield, in
100—H M Daniels vs Chas E Duvall
and Chas S Grimm, action for money;
107— Eli Seese vs Geo E Post, default
and judgment for plff with order tosell
108— Knapp, Burrell & Co vs Emil
Platt', action for money, default; judg
ment for plff with order to sell attach
109— Mitchell Lewis Co vs Emil Piaff
action for money, default; judgment for
plfT with order to sell attached proper
110— Wheeler & Wilson Manufactur
ing Co., vs Hewitt Bros., action for
111— L Bettman vs Frank Taylor, ac
tion for money, default; judgment for
plfl' with order to sell attached proper
112— L Bettman vs Fuqua & Son, ac
tion for money, default; judgment for
plff with order to sell attached prop
112—Bedwell & Co vs Sterling Blunn
action for money; settled.
114— Janies Baxter vs SJ Fletcher
and M R Fletcher, action for money;
115— White Sewing machine Co vs
Hewitt Bros, action formoney; settled.
116— William Wills vs Jno Hulery
and Ida Fletcher, action for money;
117— C 11 < 'ook. vs T (' Bynum, ac-
tion for money; Default. Judgement
for plfl' with order to sell attached prop-
118— A J Apperson vs Fuqua * Son,
action lor money. Default. Judge
ment for plfl'witli order to sell attach-
Jones & Adams vs John Baker, action
for money. Judgement for pit!’as de
manded with order to sell attached
120—G I> Baker vs Yamhill county.
Preliminary injunction granted. Bond
The city treasurer has handled
$16,851.74 for the year ending December
1, 1892. While this sum is larger than
any treasurer has handled heretofore,
a still larger sum could be expended
and a benefit derived from it.
Balan nee on hand as per last
report, Dec. 1, 1991.
.$ Ill 21
General tax collected
Delinquent tax 1.891. .
“ 1892... 99
Tiling assessment....... 733
Rock assessment........ 1397
Rock and plank.......... 146
Saloon licenses.............. i 2200
Other licenses............. 177
Licenses from J J Spen
Fines ........................... 184
Sale of old street lamps 20
Transferred from street
Total receipts* for year
Orders paid during year 6749 97
Interest paid on same 217 Of)
Transferred to water
fund......................... 1713 00
Bal on hand Dec 1, 1892
.. $85 68
Orders endorsed not
paid for want of funds 2377 00
Due water fund for
light and water.
Frank H. Bigelow, a brakeman in
the employ of the Southern Pacific
Railroad Company, met with an ac
cident Monday morning that cost him
his life. He has l>cen working on the
West Side for some time, and at Cor
nelius, In Washington county, he got
in between two freight cars and was
crushed to death.
No one saw Bigelow at the time of
the accident, A flying switch was be-
ing made and Bigelow was on one car
which was to lie coupled to another.
One of his companions saw him stand
ing with a coupling pin in his band
and also saw him reach for a railing
on the end of one of the cars. When
tlie cars came together the locomotive
stopped. No signal to “go ahead”
came from Bigelow, and an investiga
tion was made, resulting in his being
found on one side of the track in a hor.
ribly mangled condition. He was un
conscious and lived only about five
minutes. It was apparent that in
attempting to grasp the car railing he
was knocked down, a wheel striking
him and throwing him to one side.
There was a long gasli on his abdomen
and his spinal column had bccu fractur
ed, which was the cause of his death.
A coroner’s jury was, impaneled, and
after hearing testimony, found that
the deceased came to his death through
an accident, and exonerated the com
pany from all blame.
The body was taken to Portland in
tlie afternoon where Bigelow lived at
389 Harrison street, and with him
resided his aged mother, wife and 6-
year-old lmy, for all of whom he pro
vided. He was quite popular with fel
low-workmen and stood high in tlie
estimation of tlie company, having at
one time occupied the position of yard
master at Albina.
The December Cosmopoitau,
In view of the fact that Sir Edwin
Arnold will be the next poet laureate, I
one turns with interest to his most en
tertaining article in the December Cos-
mopolUan on a “Japanese Watering
Place.” The same number contains
seven portraits of Tennyson ami inter
esting views of his late home and sur
roundings. Thos. Gorman lias pen
etrated the mysteries of the silent trap-
pists’ monastery with a profane kodak;
Murat Halstead discusses “Varieties of
American Journalism; ” Herrman
throws light on the “Black Art” and
Theodore Roosevelt and Maurice
Thompson each contribute interesting
articles. The Cosmopolitan will mark
its first edition of 150,000 copies—that
for January—by the oiler of 1000 free
scholarships. In return for introduc
ing the Cosmopolitan into certain
neighborhoods the Cosmopolitan offers
to any young man or woman free tui
tion, board, lodging and laundry at
Yale, Vassar, Harvard, or any of the
leading colleges, schools of nrt, music,
medicine or science. They send out a
pamphlet on application telling how to
obtain one of these free scholarships.
There are various schemes concocted by
dealers to induce you to trade with them;
the following is a popular one: To adver
tise an article and sell it to you at cost, but
bear in mind this fact, this same dealer must
make his profit on some future purchase, by
you or some one else, to be able to stay in
bnsiness. And the profit may lie a large one,
for the purchase may be some article you are
not familiar with.
We make one price to all, give you
Should be Arrested. The Popular Demad.
Who? What should be arrested? good, honest weight, guarantee the quality
All excessive nervousness, dyspepsia, of our drugs; our accuracy is assured; prices
headache, dizziness, sleeplessness, neu
ralgia, nervous debility, dullness, con the lowest.
fusion of mind, nervous prostration, etc
They should be arrested, or,"stopped,
before they develop into a condition
that can but result fatally. For this
purpose no remedy equals Dr. Miles’
Restorative Nervine, tlie dieeoverv of
the renowned specialist, whose remedies
are til - wonder of tlie civilized world.
Nervine is sold by Rogers Bros, on a
positive garantee. Ask for his book
Tlie county court is in session.
T. S. Patty left Tuesday fur Chat
J n Morse and ottiers to Melissa M
A Utile Girl’g Experience in a Lighthouse
Ellis, 16.16 acres, sec G, t 3 s, r 2 w;
Toys toys and fresh candies at
Total indebtedness. ..$2-554 00
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott are the $565.
keepers of the government lighthouse
Leonard A Walt to Lucinda Hender
Balance on hand Dec 1.1891... 26 97 at Sand Beach, Mich., and are biest son, lot 5, blk 7, Watts add to -Amity;
Dry oak wood delivered at $3.00 per
cord. I>eave ordei-s at Booth A- Hibb’s
April she was taken down with mea $40.
From u«e of water and
sles, followed with a dreadful cough
Levina A Watt to trustees 1st Bap
and turning into a fever. Doctors at tist church, Amity, lot 4, blk 7, Waits
Booth A Hibbs will move their shop
home and at Detroit treated her, but in
Transferred from gen
into the building lately vacated by S.
vain; she grew worse rapidly, until she add to Amity; $40.
eral fund to pay for
A U Chandler and wife to Byron
was a mere “handful of bones.”—Then
light and water....... 1713 00
she tried Dr. King's New Discovery Branson, 120 acres, pt Aaron Lynch d
Tuesday the clerk issued a marriage
Taxes collected by treas
and after the use of two and a half bot 1 c in 15 s, r 5 w; $4500.
license to M. R. Gaunt aged 21 J. M. O wens —Thos Owens, at his residence BUYERS’ AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR.
tles, was completely cured. They say
urer........................... •>•>.» 12
E H Disbrow to N A Harris, 40 acres,
Murchland aged 30.
Dr. King’s New Discovery is worth its
near this city on Sunday,Dee. 4,1892,
Crockery, glassware, etc., at cost at Delinquent tax 1891..
weight in gold, yet you can get a trial pt A Coovert d 1 c, t 4 s, r 3 w; $2000.
at 4 a. ni., aged 79 years.
A young lady now on exhibition
Millsap <(■ Soil’s.
bottle free at Rogers Bros, drugstore. 6 E J Wright to ElsiaWright, 22 acres,
in Apperson’s window desires a part Thomas Owens was born in North
The genuine Rogers Bros, plated Railroad overcharge.
sec 12 and 11, 15 s, r 5 w; $150.
A Bear Fight.
ner for the leap year ball.
Wales, July 5, 1813. He came to Amer knives, forks, etc., at Wm. F. Deil-
Estclla and Chas Worthington to
E. II. Flagg of the Marion county
Last Sunday Mr. M. Mendenhall ami Henry Warneck, 4! acres, pt Faulcon-1
Democrat is spoken of for tlie place of
Total receipts for year
$9634 24 his son. Joe heard their dogs making a er d 1 c, t 5 s, r 0 w, $550.
The celebrated Dexter saws are sold
spent several years in the Eastern and
J. T. Apperson nt Oregen City.
Cyrus B Cary to H E Cary, 2; acres,
great fuss in the woods near their place
Southern states, and came to Oregon in
Orders paid during tlie
The receipts of the motor line be 1843, crossing tlie plains in company company.
altove Willamina. Securing their guns pt pt Joel Perkins die, Lafayette; $5.
Martin Burlingame to M Fisk, 1.54
tween Independence and Monmouth with W. J. Garrison, Andy Baker, D.
they went out to where the dogs were
C. Grissen is receiving large ship year.......................... $8363 99
Interest paid on same
for tlie past year have been $3800.
baying and found them gazing upward acres adjoining Iaifayette; $30s.
S. Holman and Samuel Cozine, of Mc ments of books and holiday goods.
Transferred to sinking
F. IT Woodward to Emily Gardiner,
into the foliage of a big fir tree and
( lias. Fuller, son of Dr. B. F. Fuller, Minnville; Mr. Houck, Mr. Arthur and
Millsap * Son are selling groceries at
fund to pay interest.. 1200 00
yelping like all get out. Perched upon 4.34 acre.«, lot II, Rural Home, No. 2;
returned to the city last week and is “Doc” Sitton of Yamhill County; wid at cost. Be sure to ball.
now employed by Booth A Hibbs.
$9608 38 the limb of the tree, eyeing the dogs $900.
ow Carey of Lafayette and Gov. Bur Holiday goods at Wm. F. Deilschnei-
Estella and Chas Worthington to
was a monstrous black l>ear. Joe took
Mrs. Hamilton and two daughters, nett of California. On arriving here der’s. Call early liefore tlie nicest pat Decjl, 1892 bal on hand
Mrs E R Foster, land in Sheridan: $-50.
and Miss Kauffman, of Huntington,
terns are picked out
M Fisk to M M Howard, ill tract 19,
came down to tlie ground in a burned
are visiting the family of J. C. Cooper. land where McMinnville now stands,
You can save twenty |>er cent at Orders endorsed not
up condition, and though wounded it Fisks stilidivision, 5 aci-es; $660.
Kay & Tood’s.
The clerk issued license to wed to the
1* A Bates to J 1’ Johnson, 105.87
immediately attacked the dogs. Joe
following persons on Dee. 6: Laura ■ tree that stands just in front of the Mc-
For Sale—Twenty acrces of fine land,
gave It another shot in tlie head that acres, 12 s, r 3 w; $3000.
suitable for fruit, within one-half mile
Carter, aged 18; Henry Morris, aged 28. ■
finished it, liefore it could do any fur M Fisk to Margaret Strang, 6.68
, tie while and traded his claim fora shot of tlie college. Price $150 per acre. No as per last rejMirt
A fish ladder is needed at the falls in
ther damage. The l>car was rapidly acres near Lafayette, $760.
the Willamette and no doubt the com-1 | gun and nt once located on the claim office.
George C Easterly to Henry Simms,
getting the best of tlie dogs. This is
1 where lie died. He built tlie first frame
Use of a street scraper.. 21 25
ing legislature will do something to
9, Fairlawn sub. 5 acres, $600.
J E Brooks St Supt
house ever built in Yamhill county,
fall. Mr. Mendenhall is a noted bear George Kellog to Noah E Kellog, 100
the ^ame house where he died. On trees and ahrubbery front the nursery
acres, pt d 1 e John H Berry, t 4 s, r 5
135 25 slaver.— Sheridan Sun.
Tlie tnx sal# of delinquent property Christmas day, 1850, he was united in of L. L. May, St. Paul, Minn., which Total receipts.........
has lieen continued until Saturday, marriage to his present liereft widow. lie will dispose of at a remarkably low
Strength and Health.
Daniel Johnson to C S Tustin, lot 5,
Dee. 10, 1892, at 10 a. in., at the court In 1854, with his wife and two little price.
For sale or trade. Your accounts for Orders paid during the
children, he took a trip to Australia,
Samuel Cozine to Wm Arthur, lot 3
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If “La
The Sunday school of the Christian being gone from home just one year. cash at O. O. Hodson’s. Call at ones.
Grippe" lias left you weak and weary, blk 9, Cozines 3rd add to McMinnville;
church will observe Christmas with ap- They visited the Fiji! islands, on their The “Earhuff organ,” C. Grissen, Transferred to general 100 00
use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts $100.
priate exercises in the church on way home, and had the privilege of agent for Yamhill county.
directly on Liver, Stomach and Kid
$122 .'.O neys, gently aiding those organs to per Elsia Wright to Henry Lueders,
< 'hristmas eve.
worshipping with Rev. Jas. Colvert's Go toC. H. Cook’s for Hillsboro rolled
form their functions. If you are af 156.62 acres, sei-« 10, II, 14, 15, ( 5 s, r 5
Ducks are now plentiful on the river congregation of native Christians, on oats, fresh ground and finest on the Dee 1, 1892 bal on hand
$142 !5 flicted with Sick Headache, you will w; $8000.
and the hunters who have tlie bravery one of tlie South Sea islands. Mr. Col- market.
find speedy and permanent relief by
Elsia Wright to Henry Lueders, 22
taking Electric Bitters. One trial will
to ride the mighty swells of tlie Yam vert was a Wesleyan missionary who We have a good slock of feed cutters, Transferred from water
you that this is tlie remedy acres, sec 12, t 5 s, r 5 w: $130.
surprised the cannibals of the island, as
hill are enjoying themselves.
fund ....................... $1201 -50
and are making great reductions in tlie
you need. Large battles only 50e. at
G W Smith to W H Eilwarks, lot 7,
The skating craze has struck the i they were feasting tqion their fellows, prices. ('all and see us.
Orders paid during tlie
Rrogers Bros, drug store.
4, College 2nd add to McMinnville;
town it seems, as tlie proprietors of the ' by preselling the gospel of Jesus Christ
year......................... 1201 50
U nion H ardware C o .
Oregon Lead» Thein All.
rink state that all their skates are in
Thos Bosomworth to Ebner Bosom
Tlie butcher shop of Booth & Hibbs
tlie inhabitants of that island devout
use every night the rink is open.
is at all times supplied with the best of Am't of gen. fund on
Tlie fame of Oregon's wondeful worth, 17.24 acres, t 4 s, r4 w; $5.
worshippers of the Christian God. Mr. meats. Game and fish in season, rec hand.........................
S. Howartli lias moved his drug store
resources is becoming world wide, and
W E Potter to J G Gillette, lot 1, blk
Owens brought many quaint curios ollect.
Am’t of water fund on
into the Campbell block and now has
Bibees add to Sheridan; $25.
home with him from Australia and the Great Accident! Santa Claus off the
hand ........................ 25 Kt;
one of the neatest drugstores in the
of the stormy Atlantic. If Oregon has
Francis Robison to Robert Mulligan,
South Sea islands, among them battle track at C. Grissen’s with a train load Am’t of street fund on
countj’. All the furnishings are new.
anything of which she had just reason blk 10, Amity; $1800.
axes and war clubs used by the sav
hand.'...................... 142 35
to feel proud it is her vast and mag.
Robt Mulligan to Francis Robison,
The property advertised for delin ages. In 1862 he and his wife joined of .Toys and holiday gifts for everybody.
niflcent timber resources. In the 1»1 acres, t 5 s, r 9 w: $2500.
quent taxes is now being bought up. the M. E. Church, south. He leaves An elegant line of ladies’ watches at Bal on hand^X’c 1, ’92 253 89
ITancis Robison to Mary .1 Mulligan, |
Considerable of it has lieen purchased to mourn, his widow, three sons and Wm. F. Dielschneiders, successor to TNbEBTEDNraWkXOWN TO TREASURER Christian World which is published in
London, England, under date of Oct? lots 7, 8, 9, Io, Idk 6, Watts add to I
by the county and by Portland parties. one daughter, liesides a host of personal Wm. Holl. All goods guaranteed General fund orders en
¡10, ¡appears the following paragraph: Amity; $700.
I). R. Murphy, tlie urliane chairman friends. He died respected by all who strictly as represented.
dorsed not paid for
John B David to John C Kirk, all of
“A new flagstaff has just arrived at
of the democratic central committe, is knew him. He was buried from the
want of funds.......... $2377 <*•
Windsor eastle for erection on the lot 3, blk 15, Central add to Newlierg,
in the city attending to legal business McCabe Chapel, M. E. Church, Tues eost, at Millsap & Son’s.
Water fund orders en
Round tower. It is 72 feet liighand $100.
Subscriptions taken tor all leading dorsed not paid for
Is-fore the county court for Arment A day, the 6th, the service being conduct-
was made from a pine grown in Ore J M and A Brock to J V l’ope and
want of funds.......... 1419 05
by Revs. J. T. Abliet and S. E. Mem in- periodicals at publishers rates, at C.
gon, and said to be 89 years old.”
Isaac Myer, 44 acres, t 3 s, r 2 w; $4100.
(jrissen’s. Save postage and risk.
Notes to McMinnville
Prof. Peeliles visited tlie schools; ger.
United States to Thos E Fristoe, 80
Tuesday and found a total enrollment
There is more catarrh in this section of acres, sec 8,15 s, r 6 w.
of 400 pupils, 251 of these being in the
the country titan all other diseases put to
R S Conner to CB Haworth, 20.8.82
gether, and until the last few years was
Bank............... . . . ... 500 00
Union Lodge, No. 43, of this city,
First street school and 149 in the B
C. Grissen lias received another ship
supposed to lie incurable For a great acres, pt Wm Culbertson d 1 <•; $107-50.
Total ind’t’ness known
ment of organs, price $45.00 cash. This to treasurer.............
$5896 05 many years doctors pronounced it a local
Yamhill Land Co to E M Olds, lots
disease, and prescribed local remedies, and
There will be a clothes-pin social at night: O. O. Hodson, W. M.; John is is a bran new organ warranted for
to by constantly failing to cure with local 7,8,!», blk 3, Maple Park add to Lafay
tlie Christiou church Friday evening.!
the water fund for use of water and treatment, pronunced it incurable. Sci ette; $300.
ence has proven catarrh to be a constitu
A short program has lieen prepared, I W. IL Durham, Sec.; Jacob Wortman,
Call on Wm. F. Deilscbneider, suc and lights to the amount of $177 00.
E M Old to Martin Burlingame, lots
tional disease and therefore requires con
which will liegin at 7 o'clock and will Treas ; H. L. Heath, Sr. Deacon; Wal- cessor to Wm. Holl, if you want any
stitutional treatment. Bali’s Catarrh Cure, 7, 8,9, blk 3, Maple Park mid to Lafay
manufactured by F. .1. Cheney* Co., To
I* followed by a lunch.
thing in the way of watches, clocks,
J. W. C owls , Treas.
ledo. Ohio, is tlie only constitutional cure ette; $300.
By E. C. A pperson , Dep. on the market It is taken internally in
Subject of morning discourse at the Union Lodge will install in connection jewelry or plated ware. The largest
Bucklen’H Arnica Salve.
doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfnl. It
Christian church next Sunday, “Per with Taylor Chapter on the evening of and best selected stock this side of
acts directly oil the blood and mucous sur
Tlie Best Salve in tlie world for < 'uts,
secuted for a Good Deed;” evening dis
faces of the system. They offer one hun
the Life of Christ lieing given under dred
dollars for any case it fails to cure. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Sait Rheum,
course, “Heavenly Blessings and
The Hotel Yamhill furnishes first
Taylor Chapter, No. 16, R. A. M.,
Sores, Tetter, ('happed Hands, -
the auspices of tlie Y. P. S. C. E. of Send for circulars and testimonials. Ad
Earthly Prosperity,” All welcome.
F. J. CHENEY. Toledo, O. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup-1
elected the following officers on Thurs class table board at $4.00 a week; board the Baptist Church, will be delivered dress.
(ions, and positively cures Piles nr no'
The Y's will give a search social at day evening, Dec. 1: C. D. Johnson, and lodging at $5.50a week. Best meal at the church Friday by Prof. E.Nortli- j Unsold by Druggists, 75c
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
the residence of Cha«. Palmer on Mon M. E. H. P.; W. L. Warren, Scribe; in the city for 25 cents.
up. These lectures are lieing given for
perfect satisfaction, or money refund
day evening, Dec. 12. An interesting C. W. Talmage. Treas.; P. D. Glenn,
Any kind of wood in any quantity the old as well the young, and are en- j
ed. Price 25 cents per Imx. For sale
Following is a report Pleasant Hill by Rogers Bros.
tirely free, not even a collection being
program is lieing prepared. All young P. S.; S. A. Young, G. M. 3rd V.; C. can be purchased of Kay & Todd.
taken. Everybody cordially invited.
ix'ople are cordially invited to attend. H. Fleming, G. M. 2d V.; C. W. Cline,
When your $200 watch needs repair Music by male quartet and others. school, district No. 43, for the month of
Call and Settle.
Mrs. Louisa M Rounds of Portland, G. M. 1st V.; O. O. Hodson, King; J. ing take it to I). A. Smith. All kinds Subject, “The Dispersion, or the World November:
Number of pupils enrolled 37; aver
Prepared for the Coming of the King.”
wishes to meet the ladies of the W. C. E. Durham, U. of H.; J. Redmond, R. of jewelry repaired.
Desiring to close out our business it
age daily attendance, 32. Those pres becomes necessary to collect all ac
S. Howorth & Co. at the McMinn
T. U. Friday at 2 p. in. at the G. A. R. A. (.'.; J. H. Stewart, Sent. There is a
ent every day are Leonard and Archie counts due us. All who know them
hall. All persons who teel an interest special meetiDg of the chapter on this ville pharmacy are closing out their
Great Bona Fide Sale.
stock of paints and oil« at eost. (.'all
Hopfield, Lena, Stella, Nelson and selves indebted to us are urged to call
in this work are cordially invited to at Thursday evening/or work in the R. and investigate.
A discount of 15 per cent, on all goods Elbert McCall, Vina and Dora Miller, and settle immediately.
Rhodes & Rhodes have money to commencing on tlie ;!d day of Nov., Maggie and Eleanor Scott, Mandie and
M illsap a S on .
Lafayette Lodge, No. 3, elected offi loan on improved farm property.
McPhlUips, Baker and Campliell
came down the river Sunday and kill cers on Friday evening as follows: C. ' All parties knowing themselves in 1892, and continue for 60 days only. Lottie Draper, Willie Funk, Katie,
Prevent anil cure Constipation and Sick-
ed 65 ducks, all mallards and teal. W. Talmage, W. M.; R. S. Brooks, S. debted to S. Howortli & < 'o. will please Our reasons: No. 1. Late fall and over Henry and Willie Kirk, Leroy, Ward, Headftche,
Small Bile Beans.
stocked. No. 2. Obliged to raise money. Andrew, Earl, Teddy and Ernest Lo
Monday Bill Martin and Ed Fuller W.; C. *C. Poling, J. W.; R. P. Bird, call and settle.
F. D. V incent , Teacher,
came down, Martin doing all the shoot Sec.; H. M. Daniels, Treas.; J. R. Der When you want prices on lumber get No. 3. Intend to make alteration in han.
them of A. S. Briggs as he will save our store. No. 4. Expect to make a A New Cause. Thousands Flock to it t ;
ing and killed 50 mallards and teal.
you money. Any quantity and quality. change in business, All goods marked
One of the most peculiar as well as This lodge will install on the even Office w ith Jas. Fletcher.
in plain figures. Our 15 per cent, dis-
one of the most enjoyable entertainments ing of Dec. 27, at Littlefield’s hall.
When a new cause is presented to the ,
For sale or trade. Your accounts for count is fully equal to a 25 per cent,
A Tested Remedy
given in this city by the local talent The following officers were elected by
cash at O. O. Hodson’s. Call at once. discount offered by other houses. We public it always excites attention. A
was the “Deestrict Skule at the opera
Rhodes & Rhodes are sole agents for
house Friilavevening. It was laughable Saturday, Dee. 3, 1892: Levi Bennett,
than any other firm in Yamhill coun grippe, during tlie last three years, has
BSood and Skin
in the extreme and the originators W. M.; W. R. Brown, S. W.; Jacob tlie sale of lots in Willis addition.
ty. Fully 10 per cent. The public done more to weaken the hearts of the !
Kramer, J. W.; R. L. Simpson, Tress.*, School liooks and stationery at
deserve credit for it.
should take advantage of this great world than any other cause that has
Last Saturday, as the Tillamook Chas. Burch, Sec.; W.-S. Johnson, J.
opportunity to secure bargains, and ever existed. Those who have had
A reliable cure for Contagious
; S. T. Likens,
D.; W. E. Livin-
and ¿forth Yamhill stage was going I D.
Blood Pcicon, Inherited Scro-
come early, while our stock is complete. this malady and subsequently found
S. S.; Paul Kingston, J. S.; J. B. Oregon.
fuln and Skin Cancer.
westward, an attempt to rob it was
We make the bold assertion and claim themselves subject to palpitation, short I
As a tonic for delicate Women
foiled by the driver. There was only
a standard company, Rhodes AJllhodes to carry the largest and most complete breath, irregular pulse, wind in stomach
end Children it has no equal.
one passenger, H. E. Nelson of Neha Charles Albrecht, tlie Corvallis saloon will be pleased to write you.
stock of clothing, boots and shoes, dry pain in side or shoulder, sniothing
Being purely vegetable, is harm
lem, who discovered the would-be high keeper who was shot through both
less in its effects.
goods and ladies’ wraps, outside of spells, fainting, dropsy, etc, may feel;
Miles’ Nerve and Liver Pills.
wayman dodging and crouching lie- lungs about two weeks ago, is getting
assured they have heart disease, which
a treatise <>n Ulcod and Skin Dis-
«Uic* i-’uulv*! > eke oi* applh Utiou.
unless checked at once, may result fa-
hind trees. Mr. Nelson was not armed, better and was able to appear on the
P. S.—All those knowing themselves 1 tally.
I'l'iUjijitftS Sell It.
liver, stomach and liowels through
Dr. Miles’ New Heart Cure is
so he remained in the vehicle while streets Saturday. This is a very strange the
tlie nerves. A new discovery. Dr. indebted will please call and settle.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
the only remedy that can lie relied
the driver ventured cautiously ahead, case. He not only had a miraculous Miles’ Pills speedily cure biliousness,
R. J acobson . ! upon to efl'ect a cure. Sold by Bogel’s
Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
pistol in hand. At a sharp turn in the escape, but tlie fact that lie was able to bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa
Bros, on a guarantee. Ask for the doc
road he discovered a man crouching
(’all on Rhodes & Rhodes for bargains tor's new book, free.
tion. Unequaleil for men, women, and
behind a tree and armed with a Win walk the streets in less than two weeks children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 in real estate. They will show you
chester rifle. The driver having the after a bullet had penetrated his body, doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers property and give prices with the best
Guaranteed to cure Bilious Attack» ami
Dr Mile»' Nervis» tor Nervous Proitrttloa.
Constipation, Small Bile Bean».
seems almost incredible.
drop, the man fled into the woods.
s Swiffs Specific s
ROGERS BROS. PHARMACY.
Strange, but True
WALLACE A WALKER would rather have the Choice
Groceries now decorating their shelves, in the cupboards of
the good housewives of this city than where they are. .
They Want to Sell Everything
That is now contained in their store and intend to do it if
good quality and low prices will do it. Their shelves are
loaded with all the choicest luxuries in the grocery line as
well as the necessities.........................................................
A Special Line of Lamps
Larger in quantity than is carried by any house in the
city is displayed ami your attention is called to the fact
that we are the sole agents for the latest improvements.
They are the ltest that can lie obtained.
WALLACE & WALKER.
Political Battle is ended;
and as the demand was for
a Change, the only one pos
sible was got. And judg
ing from the returns it was
the one the great
And all should be reconcil
ed to the result. In a busi
ness light the only the nec-
essary is to readjust tin*
tariff* to suit
\V<‘ arc off ering special bar
gains on CLOTH ING and
all CLOAKS left on hand.
On these we are giving a
Special Discount of 25 Per
cent to clean up those left.
On all other goods except sta
ples we give the usual 10 per
cent discount for cash.
WHEN IT IS CONSIDERED
Our goods were marked exceedingly
low in the first place these discounts
make them especially good bagains.
Just received direct from New York
a fine line of kid and chamois gloves.
When think the best and cheapest
ever brought to McMinnville. We
We have a full line of staple grocer
ies, and our prices upon comparison
will be found among the lowest.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
A. J. APPERSON