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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1893)
(’. W. Lynn, of Muncie, Ind., lias
1 POI NTY TEACHKIt'. AMOCIATION.
been visiting O. O. Hodson and family
A Itomi Array of Mosleal and Dramatical I Tlie.v tVIU Not IllvM.t Thall Tim« With Interesting Paragraph» from our County
of tills city, the [last week. Mr. Lynn
I W T Jordan to 1) A Hiuitbjol <’, Mc
1!», 1S93' is on his way to Snohomish, Wash.,
Xclimil Supply Al<enta- Goo<l.
I Minnville; 11050.
where lie will take charge of a large
(Sheridan Sun. Jan. 13.1
W T Raleigh to Karah Kavage, lot K,
Friday night probably tlie best local
Tlie toucher» of Yifmhill county met
The tlrm of Simpson & Co. lias dis- blk 1, lot 1 blk 2 lota 14, 15 blk 4 lots 1,
ixxit and shoe house.
entertainment of the season was given Saturtlay, Jan 14, an the B street
'file governor’s message can lx.* read at the opera house by tlie firemen for tu-hool building, Me)Cinnv lie, for the solved partnership and the business K blk 5 llibees add to Sheridan; 9900.
Ifai 7 a iu . to 7 p. in
From 7:3o p.
will lie continued by I. 1’. Mayes.
ill. / ti 3o P in.
B I ’ Lippincott to R C Smith, lots 1, •»
ill this issue. It is rather lengthy but the benefit of the citizens.
purpose of organizing! a county teach
«Uey order hours from 7 a. in. toll p. in.
r---- 8 _ Lippincotts
l.os. Hembree of tills city nqiorts o, 7, 9 --------
should lie read by every citizen of the
Some $110 is now on hand as a result ers' association. Th« meeting was
Swiay from 12 in. to 1 p. ni.
1« sonili closes at 9:50 a. m. Mail state. From it a knowledge of the of the entertainment to lx* expended called to order ut 19:30 by Supt. Stil having seen a wild strawberry vine in to Dayton; $500.
il ICH «closes at2:30p. m. andop. m.
well, a large number of t lie euchers be full bloom one day this week on the • J F Roger» to Jacob Byers, 5 acres in
Il for 5:1.5 a. m train closes evening transactions of the stateduring tlie two for a district Dre alarm system.
sec 32, t 2 s, r 5 w; 8490.
|J ici bat bp m.
years past may is1 gained.
The musical part of the program was ing present. The following officer» hills.
E C Hanson to Cora Phillips, ii 29 ft
Tile S. 1*. Co. is putting ill a new
Iridali and sontliern Tillamook mail
highly appreciated, the particular were eleeted: Supt. Htib veil, president;
i al it ii m.
lot 2 blk 7, Hurleys n<l<l t<> Newberg;
S S. Dunean, L. H. Bal er, J. <'. Hod
mouth will give an entertainment at
latest pattern anil so constructed as to $800.
and M. Bettman.
Eflle Grayson to Jennie Jackson frac
be easily changed for standard gauge
Mrs. Annie Evenden rendered J. A. Buchunun, »< eretu •y; Mrs. M.
ing of tumbling, horizontal liar and
fl I ktiiodist Eriscoi’Ai. C iivr . u — Services
pt lot 3 blk 7 Hurley A Large»’ add to
ft *v Sabbath at It a. m. and 7:bOp m, ring performances, ladles’ Indian club
H. T. Graves received this week loo Newberg; $300.
J. A. Buchiuiun, '.A. Ik'uch ond L.
l/sa.laj* School at 0^0 a, in
Praver meet- swinging, etc. Admission 25 cents; re Mrs. Evenden always pleases her audl-
N H to R unsc II and Saran Welch,pat
liis Thursday evening« at 7:30.
ence and the applause at the eonelu- H. Baker were app 'lute t to draft «on- apricot trees which he will set out on
Rev. 8. E M emixgkii . l'aitor.
bis farm. Apricots are said to do well ent to claim 63 pt see 32 and 33 t 3 », r
Miss Lora Garrison died at Palouse
■ J'l MIU.RL VXn PKKSBYrr.niAN Ciiriu n —
in tills valley, bringing quick returns, 4 w, and claim No. 37 parts secs 4 and 5
firvices every Sabbath at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. city, Wash., Jan. 12,1893,aged 18 years, Epping, director of the Portland con next meeting.
I / Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
little is known about how 14 s, r 4 w.
Tlie program pn*|mrei.l for tlie <x.*ea-
of scarlet fever, She was a daughter
ltzv W iley K nowles , Pastor.
Mary Brock to J E Durham q c deed
they’ do in this section.
/ livi'iisr Cnrucii.- Services every Sabbath of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garrison, for
to lot 8, blk 6, McMinnville; $2.
L U a. ni. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday School at merly of this county. Deceased was a
E A Wright to C L Ballard lots 4
Amity Popgun, .Ian. 13.
K ey II. McKiLtor, l’nstor.
granddaughter of W. L. Toney and of audience ami they demanded another Public school." Ti ta wq» followed by
Uncle Dick Simpson is on the sick 5 and 0, blk E, Hobson« add to New -
I'URisTivN Ciit’BCil. ,— Services
song, which lie rendered. Judging S. S. Dcnean, of No th A amhill with a
bath nt 11 a. in. and
7:30 p. in
m Sunday Mrs. J. f’arlln.
from the demonstration made after his paper on “How to t< ocli reading.” Mr. list.
School at 10 a. in. Y. 1*. S C E. meets
Last Thursday (’apt. Wyatt Harris first song and after Ills second appear
Mary mid T M Baker to Mary Brock,
Sunday at 0:30 p. in l'rayer meeting Wed-
A line baby lx>y arrived at tlie liome
Dunean is a »troni advocate of tlie
left for Salem to visit the legislative ance when lie rendered n Bedouin love
pt d 1 c W T Newby, t 4 s, r 4 w;
nesdav at 7.301*. in. Everyone invited
phonic method, and wokild liegin with of R. W. Laneelleld Monday night!
it A. D kxton , Pastor.
menagerie. He lias not yet returned,
that method when tlie e|iild first enters
Tlie infant child of F. M. Yarns died
Sr. J ames C.vriioi.icf'uvKcii.—Services 1st owing to Ills lx*lng detained as a wit song lie made tlie lilt of tlie evening.
W L Warren sheriff' to <) 1’ Mason
and 3id Sundays of each month, Second
II. L. Bettman on tlie violin and school. L. H. Baker, who chunipion» Tuesday night.
Sunday St. Mary's at Corvallis
Fourth ness in tlie Carter ease. He ideutitled Mrs. Evenden on the piano gave tlie
lots 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 12, sec 35 t 4 s, r 3 w;
Sunday, St Patrick’s Church on Muddy,
Born, to the wife of P. 1*. Durant, ou
Carter, having known him in Missouri audience the "Kreutzcr Sonata, ” The
ltr.v. Titos llaioov, Pastor .
lenged tlie position taken and the ques Thursday, Jen. 12, 1893, a 12 pound $1382.60.
where the crime was committed.
C J Olson to U M Olson 129.62 acres
ixtoplc had the pleasure of hearing three tion was discussed at souio length, pro
part Robert Henderson, Alex Hutton
McMinnville Grange, No. 31, 1’. of II.,
All persons desiring to pay their ac gixxl performers, as gixxl us can be and eon, by S. S. Duncan, L..H. Bu- daughter.
J. E. Jensen,who lives near McMinn and John Griffin'« d 1 c's, t 5 s, r5w;
meet in their hall tlie first and third Satur
day of cacli month at 10a. ni. Visitors counts owing to the firm of Millsap & found on tlie coast in tlieir several lines ker, Geo. A. Peebles, J. A. Buchanan ville, was in Amity Friday. He tells
Soil, can Dud the books at Howorth’s when they listened to Mrs. Evenden and others. The meeting then ad
J. T J olly .
us of his success with one one of Walk*
M is . St. E. Kvss.
Levina A Watt to C M Ingraham to
drug store. On the first of February on tlie piano, Mr. Epping in song and journed till 1 o’clock.
er A Wolfs grubbing machines, which
all accounts unsettled will lie placed in Mr. Bettman on (lie violin.
The house called to order at I p. m. he has been operating lately. The’ma- lots 10 and 11, blk :i, Jo» Waits 2nd add
Custer Post No. 9 meets tlie second and the hands of a collector with instruc
Outside of the three alxive mentioned by the president and Mr. Batehford cliine was recently purchased by Jen to Amity; $64.
Wm Ball adm est Jos Setronen to 8
fourth Saturday of each month at tl. A. It. tions to collect immediately.
Harvey Willis, five year» old, asked the privilege of explaining a new sen A Clark, who have been using it on
hail in Wright's building at 7:30p. m. All
MILLS Al* A S ox .
captured tho populace by some very rending chart to the teachers. He oc tlie Smith Allen place near the county D York 20 acres part Jos R Young d 1
msiubers ot tlie Order.are corditdly invited
to itten*! onr meptitirs.
That $2500 reward for the capture of clever dancing to the music of his cupied tlie greater pail of an hour. seat. In 3', days they cleared 21 acres. c; |6i>l.
W ii . ky K mowlks ,
Wolf has started hundreds of people to father, John Willis, on tlie violin.
Tin* afternoon program was then taken A Dr stump 24 inches through was eas Jas McKinley to Merritt McKinley,
II F Ct.i'BiNi:,
looking for tlie gentleman. Farmers of
Tlie first number of tlie program, up and a beautiful duet was rendered ily extricated with one horse, witli the 53.92 acres pt Peter Carlyle die, t 5 s r
tills county have been followed as far “Overture der Freischutz" by Czerny, by Misses Apperson and Ballinger. cable fastened but 24 inches from the 6 w also 80 acres pt Wm Toney d I c,
and lots 1 and 2 frac lot 3 blk 3 Potter’s
Local and General.
as their homes near Amity, from this was very well rendered by Misses I,, The pupils of Mrs. Johnson’s room snug ground.
The machines will surely
city, by would-lie-deteetivcs wlio found E. and M. Apperson.
two songs, “Tlie Block” and “Women’s work a revolution in the pigtail process add to Sheridan; $2838.35.
Sadie Johnson to A Hoskins lots 5, 6
Dave Narver, formerly of ibis city, ta out their mistake after a good cold
“ChristmasNight in the Quarters” Rights,” which reflects credit upon yet extensively in vogue.
blk 3 Maple Park add to Lafayette:
v biting his parents here.
by Ina Cooper pleased all lovers of rec their teaelier for they show excellent
drive. Wolf is probably safe.
training, t'eel) I’ecklinm, of Miss
You will And somo big liargains at
While the game laws of this state itation.
¡Newberg Graphic Jan. 13
Edmund Robinson to F L McCrea,w
The quartette consisting of Miss J. Grounds room, sang a pretty solo, “My
Ittdmond's clearance sale.
need fixing up there is only one proper
B. C. Miles entered upon his duties 'j lot 3 Wynoski subdivision T D Snow -
Gortner, Mrs. Rogers, Messrs. Rogers Grandmother.” I.. II. Baker, of La as cashier of the bank of Newberg tlie
It. E. Story will conduct services at
den d 1 c; $150.
t$e Baptist church Sunday at 11a. m. should lie considered the property of and Eckman rendere<l“The Lost Ship” fayette, next read a well written article lirst of tlie week, and is fast acquaint
J B David to trustees M E C'burh lot
tin* “Teacher.” Thougii prepared in a
Mrs. Flora A. Brown will lecture at the people who get it and they to make something new in the local lield, and short time, tlie general; fund of infor ing himself with the run of business.
I blk 15 Central add to Newberg: $550.
Fruit trees seem to lie loaded with
IVright’s hall on Jan. 24 and 20. All
J C McCrea to F L McCrea, lot 3 blk
be allowed to lie sold, then tlie game lias a very peasant voice. The attain mation and years of experience, to fruit buds and unless something of a
4 Everests add to Newlierg; $600.
would last as long as tlie human race.
F K Hulibard to J W Creider assign
Mr. Morris, brother of Elam Morris, The true sportsman enjoys the getting that mention of them is not necessary. writer combined to make an excellent serious nature intervenes Ix-tween this
and the fruiting season, a very large ment 204 acres pt A i> Aiderman <1) c;
near North Yamhill, died Tuesday of the game more than the eating of it.
“Red Jacket,” a recitation by Nan paper, which was appreciated by every
crop may lx* looked for in this com $1.
night of cancer.
Tlie cause of game depletion Is the ricli nie Ungerman, was a gixxl production teaelier present. Miss May i’ond re munity.
Sue B Holloway to Samuel Hobson I
Millsap A- Son liave [sold the remain man who does not love sport but is wil for so young a person, while Miss Cora cited “Betsy Hamilton visiting old
We ar? informed by Moses Votuw lot 13l)lk E Hobson’s add to Newberg;
der of their goods to J. H. Henderson, ling to pay some one else to get him X. Young shone fortli very near to a Mrs. Raincrow” in n creditable man
that Newlierg is to liave a new bank at $100.
and are now out of business.
what he desires. Stop the sale of all professional reader in her recitation of ner. The association then sang “Bring
Mary Bratscher to Emma Krainlen |
an early day. He has been busy dur
John Fletcher has started a feed store game and you have the “tail holt” on
ing the past week soliciting stock for 39.56 acres pt S Bratscher t 3 s, r 2 w;
in the new building lately erected in the preservation of game.
sional ranks as far as elocution is con paper on “What shall we teach?” after the corporation and thinks they will $1.
lhe rear of the Union block.
McMinnville has a new society. The
Mrs E R Foster and J W Foster toH
which a live minutes rest was declared. be ready for business in a week dr ten
All persons who rendered service at doctrine of the mind or soul as distinct
days. The capital stock will be $40,009 Baily, lot 15 16 blk 2, Foster’s add tn
Tlie comic song “Katty Kissem” by
the firemens entertainment are cordi- from the body will now receive proper
John l’aneyrowski Evenden, was well a few minutes on tlie World’s Fair ex but wliat part will lx* paid up we have Sheridan; $100.
attention from the people of this city.
ally thanked tor such service. (JOM.
received anil was full of mirth. John hibit and urged the teachers of the not learned.
'lie Cumberland Presbyterian En It seems that the people com posing this is fast going to tin* front as a composer county to prepare work that onr part
Alfred Moore who is an enthusiast on
deavor society will give a social at their society are just a little behind the of verse.
of the state may be represented there. Oregon climate, made a tour of tho i A friend in need is a friend indix'd,
lliureli Wednesday evening, Feb. 1.
and not less than one million people
In tip* drriina of “Tlie Last Loaf tlie
C. A. Dentcli of Dayton, read a paper
'rlend in IJr.
I On Friday evening Jan. 20, there great gobs of brain matter are to lie young men of tin* city acquitted them on “Mathematics,” after which L. H. collection of Dowers from gardens for a have found just such a friend
King’s New Discovery for Consnnqi-I
Ivill lie a Demorest medal contest' at wasted in tlie search of mind with selves nobly. We fear to mention any Baker presented tlie following resolu I mu. plot. The lxiuquet, which was a tion, Coughs nnd colds.— If vou have!
mind, the latest cult should be tlie one
lhe opera house. The program is now
names, because it Is well known that tion which was unanimously adopted: very pretty one, consisted of six varie never used this great Cough Medicine,
to go after. Theosopliishts believe in
all actors think they are the liest, and
W hereas the institute is a means of ties, viz: rasplierry, rose, daisies, carna one trial will convince you that it I
an over-soul and cheerfully wear out
lias wonderful curative powers in all j
I From the present indications it will their under soles and the patience of tlie we do not wisli to disturb this eonsoiu* improvement nnd interest in general tions, pansies and everblooming mari diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs.
bottle is guaranteed to do all that'
lx* at least the first of March before the hearer in expiating.
W hereas , certain )x*rsons acting as
kherift’will start in on the collection of society will give an entertainment and
Sam Shultz seems to be an unfortu is claimed or money will lx* refunded.
Ixitt les free at Rogers Bros, drug
agents of publishing houses represent nate man lately. He cut a big Dr tree Trial
store. Large Ixittles 50e and $1.
basket social at < iarrison’s opera house
The clerk lias issued license to wed on Wednesday evening, January 25th.
for years we have lx*en selling Dr. and insist upon presenting tlie merits house, and like the gun that “was not
to tlie following during the week past. Mrs. Flora A. Brown, will give a psy- King's New lliseovery for Consump
loaded,” it went square across his arrangements witli all tlie prominent
L. B. Peirce, aged 30; Sarah E. Krentz, cometrlc reading—better look out—to tion, Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Buck- of their wares, and
W hereas , our time is necessarily house, almost completely demolishing papersand periodicals in the United
the most popular lady and gentleman len’s Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters,
it. His wife anil child were away States whereby they can be obtained in
and have never handled remedies that limited, therefore,
k The marshal of Forest Grove was in present. The baskets wHl then lx* sold sell as well, or that have given such
llexolved that it i« tlie sense of tills from liome however, and no one was connection with this paper nt less than
(if» city last week looking up the trail
universal satisfaction. We do not hesi meeting tliat otir time can lie much hurt.
the publisher’s price. Our old subscrib
of BViJdette Wolf. He is sure that he voured. Tlie admission is ten cents tate to guarantee them every time, anil better employed than by dividing witli
ers or new suliscrilx>rs can liave the
and every one, whether he or she lia« a I we stand ready to refund tlie purchase
is on the*Rjght track.
[North Yamhill Leader, Jan 13.
lx*neflt of this reduction and no trouble
mind or soul distinct from the body I
¡¡f satisfactory results donot fol- said agents.
Over 10,900,000 pounds of freight was on their part. When you want to sub
The best'("quipped job oDiee in the
. , . ■
low their use. These remedies liave
it was decided tliat the teachers of
, won (heir great popularity purely on
county can lie found in tW5T elephone or not, is requested to be present.
the association will liave nil ol<l fash shipped from tills place during the scribe for the I m <U c » Homr Journal,
merits Rogers Bros.', druggists. 1
RwnsTKn office. All kinds of work BEYERS* AND BVSINESS ihrectok . I
ioned spelling match at tlie next meet year 1892.
Century. Seribnrrn, Examiner, World
turned ««t with despatch.
The cheese factory building is near or other papers, call and get onr prices.
ing, also a “ciphering” match.
If you want your property insureil in j
R. Nelson returned from the east a standard
The following committee was ap ing completion and judging from the
company, Rhodes AJRI uh I cs . ,
Saturday night the house of Lars
Monroy. He was 2 days and 19 hours will be pleased to write yon.
! Hilum—At his residence north of this pointed to prepare a program for the size of the building it will lie a factory
Gregorson near North Yamhill was
with large capacity.
,.ny«*ig here from Omaha. An aunt of
“Little Beauty” at ('. Grlssen’s. A|
iH'rs. Nelson came with him.
Hibbs, aged 98, of heart disease; fun county sii]x*rintendent will lie ex-officio
We are informed that this county broken into and Monday Sheriff' War
splendid organ for $45.
eral held Wednesday, Jail. 18, at 10 chairman, L. H. Baker, Miss IJrilla lias purchased a rock crusher and en ren was telephoned that a man lintl
The sale of seats for Uncle Tom’s
The Hotel Yamhill furnishes lirst |
! l’eters and Mrs. Matthieu.
a. m. from residence.
gine, and it is now in orde~ for our citi been seen answering to the tiescription
Cabin has been so large that tlie sale is class table board nt $4.00 a week; board
zens to secure the use of it and see if of Wolf the murderer in an old barn
now stoppeil, every seat being taken. and lodging nt $5.50a week. Best meal
i.. H. Baker,
•esldent of this county and has held of i J. B. Stilwell,
they can not get somo extra help from near the house, and that a posse was
The company will appear tonight.
in the city for 25 cents.
T. G. Brownson,
the county in improving the road be- waiting at North Yamhill to go out
The mass meeting announced for
Dry oak wood delivered at $3.00 per ways had the reputation of lieing a S. S. Dunean,
and get him. The sheriff accordingly
Emanuel Nortlinp, tween tills city and the depot.
next Sunday evening under the au cord. Leave orders at Booth A Hibb’s
went to North Yamhill as fast as horse
C. A. Deatch,
spices of the W. C. T. IT., lias lxx*n market.
flesh could get him there, and accom
Payton Herald Jan. 13
liond, and was respected by a large cir E. E. Washburn, Mrs. T. G. Bronson
postponed to sometime next month.
('all on Rbodesdc Rhodes f<J bargains cle of friends. He accumulated consid Mr. Vincent,
While at work grubbing on Charley panied by the posse—ene man—went
Ex-President R. B. Hayes died at in real estate. They will show you erable property and was at all times to Hattie l’npa,
Spaulding's place last week, E. Mays to the barn and found that it had not
his home in Fremont, Ohio, on Tues property and give prices witli tlie best lie found on the side of progress. His I. L. Root,
had his leg severely injured, from the had an inmate for months. The posse
day last. His death was sudden and terms.
effect of which lie lias to use crutches. walked home to North Yambill alone,
death is lamented by a large numlier of Lena Shelton,
You can save twenty per cent nt
was caused by paralysis of the heart.
while the sheriIf drove home thinking
pwple in alt posts of the county.
At a meeting of the board of trade on
Kay A 'Food’s.
some curious thoughts.
The ladies of the M. E. church will
H qvire —Frank G., youngest son of
Tlie “Earbud' organ,” <’. Grissen,
give a social, with a short program and
elected officers: D. A. Snyder, presi
Bucklen'» Arnica Salve.
George and Emily Squire, on Jan. Emma Green,
a ten cent lunch nt the church Wednes
dent; It. S. Goodrich, vice president;
Salve in the world for Cut.«,
Ii. E. Walker has Hillsboro rolled
Miss M Boone,
day evening, Jan. 25. All are invited.
R. L. Harris, recorder; Noah Pliclps, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
i Sarah Mark,
Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Jacob Smith and Mary Clanfield
will lx* kept busy invoicing his stock, ('. H. Jones,
L. E. Fryer,
Corns and all Skin Erup
left Dallas Tuesday night for parts un- market.
The Masons of Dayton and vicinity Chilblains,
tions. and positively cures Piles or no
The butcher shop of Booth A Hililisj as the clerks go through. All broken Miss Rummel,
kown. It is an elopement and the
held a meeting in Odd Fellows liall pay required. It Is guaranteed to give
couple will turn up one iu <lne time meats. < Game
last Saturday, and made preliminary perfect satisfaction, or money refund
and fish in season, rec-
rec* ! a!)Hortc<l out of every department. The May Million,
Miss Ella Woods,
arrangements for organizing of a Ma ed. Price 25 cents per Ixix. ' For sale
| g<xx]s assorted out will be sold at just
by Rogers Bros.
sonic lodge nt this place. They will
Rev. Hoberg, of this city, delivered
Baled timothy bay for sale at $14 per j one-half price to clean them up, mak-
hold another meeting next Saturday.
an address at the I. O. O. F. installa ton by J. Wisecarvcr. Good ’ quality, I ¡ngthe greatest liargains ever offered:
fayette, Saturday, Feb. 4, 1893, begin The Masons are negotiating for the
tion at North Yamhill Tuesday night. call and examine.
tlie public. As these are good seasona-1 ning at 10 o’clock a. m.
purchnse of Odd Fellows ball. Should When Baby was sick, wo gave her Caatoria.
A number of Odd Fellows from this
Attend Kav A Todd's great discount ble goods, and sold at these low prices
they purchase the hall the Odd Fellows When »he was a Child, she cried tor Caatoria
Immen«e--Tliat’» What They All Say.
is not likely they will last long. There-1 It is customary in these latter days to will build a large two story brick on When she became Miss, she clung to Caatoria.
A numlx*r of McMinnville people
Any kind of wood in any quantity fore those coming early and often will
express onr perfect satisfaction with a the lots owned by I. Nichols where his When ahe had Children, she gave them Caatoria
will go to Salem next week. The cheap can lx* purchased of Kav A Todd.
get the best bargains.' All goods not thing by saying “It’s immense!” It’s store now stands, or adjoining.
est route to the capital city is by way
included In our Odds nnd Ends sale | so expressive that nothing can be add
of Independence. Tlieie is a daily Ixiat Ing take it to D. A. Smith. All kinds I "'<»
S1OO Reward 9100.
s«l,> “t regular prices.
ed. Geo. L. Fink, Philadelphia, Penn,
.«ays, “My wife lias lx*en taking your
from that point.
! of jewelry repaired.
The reader! of this paper will be pleased
New Cure for the Heart and says it is to learn that there is at least one arcaded
The new Dre alarm will be put ill
S. Howorth A Co. at the McMinn-
. immense! She has not lieen troubled disease that science has been able to cure
up ville pharmacy are closing out their
soon. The register is now hanging
with pain or smothering spells since in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall’s
. . "vJiïlîîte
» ——i °"
_n. ’ a
’atarrh Cure is the only positive cure now
in the fire department and it will
15, Yamliill county, Oregon, for I using it .” J no. L. Roberts, Slatington, ( known
to the medical fraternity, ( atarrh
tin* month ending January 13, 1893:
Penn., says he is <5 years old, and^has being a constitutional disease,' requires a
ready for operation as soon as the Ixixes
suffered from heart disease over forty constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
No. days taught, 20. Average daily years. Was treated without avail by
can lie connected with it.
Cure is taken internally, acting directly
■ loan oil improved fami property.
attendance 26. Roll of honor, not ali- prominent New York physicians; grew upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
Flint Martin who ha\lx*en laid up
AU parties knowing themselves in- sent nor tardy, William and Harvey constantly worse; took Dr. Miles’ New system, thereby destroying the foundation
Is the Great Serial
with a broken foot, is now able to <MHed to S. Howorth A i'o. will please Vaughan, Eldon, Herman, Ellis and j™rt *'”,7 an*' JY“” completely cured. of the disease and giving the patient
Ixi down town on crutches. His foot is ca|| an4 settle,
• »in » — n • n- , i
... , Sold bv Rogers Rros. on a guarantee.
and assisting nature in doing its work, The
healingjrapidly but it will lx* some time
When vou want . prices on lumlx*r .....
get . EWe Winters, Onio David, Eflle Tol-'
proprietors have so much faith in its cura
Card of Thank«.
lx*fore he can discard cratches.
,ive powers that they offer One Hundred
you monev. Any quantity and quality.! Tlios. Vaughan, 91 percent, Eflle Tol-
We wish to extend onr thanks to tlie Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
On the evening of Wednesday, Jnn- bflice with Ja«. Fletcher.
Send for list of testimonials. Address, ;
i ' son, S8
88 per cent
visitors: friends who «o kindly volunteered and
F. J. ( henf . y A c C o .. Toledo. O. i
nary 25, Lahar ami* Colcstock will
I Xfr nnd Afra A St Vniltrlinn NT T«,
fl^S.dd by all druggists, 75c.
wrestle catch ns catch can, neck hold the «ale of lots in Willis addition.
---- Tolson, David Guliser.
and death of our son.
liar red, best two out of three falls for a
L ester G eer ,
School books and stationery at (’J
Mn. ANi> M rs . J. D i mpiirev .
liet of $100 a side at the armory.
Estate of Wm. Van Buskirk; will ad-,
We desire to express our thanks to mitted
Tlie youngsters of the city have been
to probate; E. A. Van Buskirk ' *♦
G. 8. Wright, dentist, McMinnville, ■
enjoying themselves skating during Oregon.
executrix without bond«. B.
in our late lx*reavement and also to
the past two days. Fletcher’s pond is
The entire stock of Boots A Shoes,
those sending tokens of sympathy in H. Springer appointeil appraisers.
frozen over and if reports be true the
Hats, Caps and Furnishing goods of A. |
inrov«i°f K K Glan,'on: inventory|now being published in this
ice is in fine condition for skating.
Having liocorno fully convinced that [ E. < ’a<ly is to be closed out ininu*- :
G eorge and E mily S qfire .
the cash system is tlie correct way of. ¿lately. I have a large stock «f goods
You will find a por
Guardianship heir« of I. II. Gentry; paper.
A I.and«lide—Very Marked Result*.
call nt Wnllaee A Walker’s store on doing business, and lielieving that it is ¡n ap lines and more on the road which
in another column.
.1 1- best
— . interest, l...«l«
, (* t the
1 <, - • which 4 had ' Thp term landslide usHally conveys in-i
the 25 and 29 inst and sample the de- to the
lioth < of
mer- ! am expecting
every . day
! Guardianship heirs of A. Kenyon;
chant and the consumer, 1 shall hence-! ordered for spring trade, but having i telligence
,?nce of disaster, whereby many ■ | Anal account approved, guardian dis-
Jlied, but this time it is used to in- i charged and bondsmen exonerated.
forth sell my goods for cash only.
made up my mind to close out, I will I . are
.■ream. served free with hot coffee.
I sell all good« as low ns mt and a great •>««»<* the enormous sale« of Dr. Miles’ Mrs. Jas. Prall appointed guardian and
Notice is hereby given thattlic undersign-
There have been 23 additions to the
! Restorative Nervine, a remedy that is
e<l Norri« H. Perkins, lias 1«*en l>v an order
many below. Here is a goon chance ,]a||y saving the lives of thousands who ■ liond fixed at $1350 and approved.
membership of the Christian church
Strength and Health
of the county i-ourt of Ymiiliiil county, Or- ;
egon, duly appointed executor of tlie last:
during the meeting now in progress. , if vou arc not feelling strong and for a person tn step right into a goo<L are suffering from nervous disorders. It
Mil.«* Nerve and Liver Pill«.
will an»l ¿«taniont with codicil attached, of
The meeting continues. Let all the : healthy, trv Electric Bitters. If "La i luisiness which will bear investigation. ■ cures palpitation, nervous prostration.
Feldcn 8. Glandon. deceased. Now there- !
Shelving, counter«, winilow fixtures, headache, backache, «pinnl disease«.
H. A. D enton , Pastor.
hysteria, ill effect« of spirits, confusion j tlie liver, stomach and bowels through fore all persons having claim« against the !
use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts I : in fact
of said Feldon *«. Glandon deceased
everything, for sale. Hianking [ Of
etc ..and builds up the Ixidy ' the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
Who i- tho best «hot in 5 nmhill, directly on Liver, Stomach and Ki<l-
hereby notified and reqnirr*t tn present'
the people in and around McMinnville ’ surprisingly. Brown A Maybury, Cort- Miles’ 1’111« speedily cure biliousness, are
to the undersigned al Ida resi
• nev«, gently aiding those organ« to per : for their liberal patronage while here, : land, New York, say one patient used
—,—-J it n »»»
- liad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa- dence at North Yamhill. Yamhill county,
form their'functions. If von are af Illi IHVII il'-i.u 1
I — —-.1—_ 1- -J
and »eliciting a continuance in this ^'neai.d
I^-ds^ I tion. Unequal«! for men, women, and Oregon, properly verified witbin six months
flesh. Sold by Rogers Bros , the drug children. Smallest, mildest, snrest! 50 from this date
Mr. Shadden won the championship flicted with Sick Hendachc, you will
I find speedy and permanent relief by closing out sale,
Dated tht« I7tli dav of January, A ft KG
Get a ! doses, 25 cent«. Samples freest Rogers
medal of thia county at blue rocks on taking Elcctrie Bitters. One trial will
NORRI.« H. PF.RKIN8,
I am Your» Respectfully,
Executor above named.
Saturday last by a «core of 23 out of 2> ! convince you that this is the remcly
A. E. C ady ,
F W Fenton and W M Ramsey,
Prevent and cure Constipation end Sick-
Put up in neat watcKshaped bm t le«. «ua«>
against such «hot« a« Martin and Mc- 1 vou need. l*anre bntUes only 50e. nt
Attorney« for «aid e«tatc
1 19 3
cnared. Sumll Bile I lean 35e. per tmtllr
Headache. Sma'l Bile Beati».
F. W. Cady, Agt.
I Rroirer« Bro« drug «tore
OUT OP SIGHT.”
OUR LINE OF
“ROCK BOTTOM PRICES.”
‘ TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION
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 arc. .
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. .......
Larger in quantity than is carried by any house in the
city is displayed and your attention is called to the fact
that we arc the sole agents for the latest improvements.
Thcv arc the best that can lie obtained.
WALLACE & WALKER
The Opposition Boot and Shoe Store
HAS BEEN REMOVED
TO THIRD STREET
NEAR THE POSTOFFICE.
Where I am Prepared to Fit You in Fine Foot Wear
SENSATION of the DAY
THE + ❖/ ❖
+ + CITY
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT MODERATE PRICES.
Should you want
I can Fit You in that also
At the Sign of the Big Boot.
The finest line of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Bedrock prices! Buy for Cash! Sell for Cash! Light
Expenses! No bad accounts to lose! No Bookkeeper to
pay! I can and will sell you goods
CHEAP FOR CASH.
O-A.Z-X- UÄ.XTZD SEE Zv£E
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