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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 19, 1893)
C. W. Lynn, of Muncie, Ind., has
been visit mg O. O. Hodson anil family
of this city, the jiust week. Mr. Lynn
is on his way to Snohomish, Wash.,
where he will take charge of a large
boot and shoe house.
Tlie governor’s message can lie read
in this issue. It is rather lengthy but
should lie read by every citizen of the
state. From It a knowledge of the
transactions of the statedurlng the two
years past may lie gained.
The. Athletic association of Mon
mouth will give an entertainment at
tlie opera house on January 27, consist
ing of tumbling, horizontal bar and
ring performances, ladles’ Indian club
swinging, etc. Admission 25 cents; re
served seats 50 cents at Rogers Bros.
Miss Lorn Garrison died nt Palouse
city, Wash., Jan. 12,1893,aged 18 years,
of scarlet fever, She was a daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Ia'wis Garrison, for
merly of this county. Deceased was a
granddaughter of W. L. Toney and of
Mrs. J. Carlin.
Lost Thursday (’apt. Wyatt Harris
left for Salem to visit the legislative
menagerie. He has not yet returned,
owing to his being detained as a wit
ness in the Cartel'case. He identified
Carter, having known him In Missouri
where the crime was committed.
All persons desiring to pay their ac
counts owing to the flrm of Millsap A
Soil, can fl ml the books at Howorlh’s
drug store. On the flrst of February
all accounts unsettled will lie placed in
the hands of a collector with instruc
tions to eolleet immediately.
FIHRMF i N’H
COI NTY TEACHKHS ASSOCIATION.
A Ito.vnl Arm y of Munirai and Dramatical They Will Not Divide Their Time With ! IntrrratiiiK Paragraph« from our County
Hchool Supply Agentii«>«Good.
| \V T Jordan to D A Smith,lot C, Me
, Miiinville; $1050.
Sheridan Sun. Jan. 13.
\V T Raleigh to Sarali Savage, lot 8
Friday night probably the beat local
The teachers of YamliAll county met
The firm of Simpson <& Co. lias dis lilk 1, lot 1 tilk 2 lots 14, 15 blk 4 lots 1
roaTOVFicK hop its.
entertainment of the season was given Saturday, Jan. 14, In 'the II street
solved partnei-ship and the business 8 blk 5 Bibees add to Slierldan; $200.
at the opera house by the firemen for school building, McMinnville, for the
n in. to 7 p. m
from 7:30 p.
will be continued by f. P. Mayos.
B E Lippincott
to R C Smith, lots 1, 2 ‘ »
I p. in.
the benellt of the citizens.
purpose of organizing a cyjunty teach
order hours from 7 a. ni. to It p. in.
Los. Heml^oe of this city reports 5, 7 (land 10,blk 8 Lippincotts 2nd add
y from 12 m-to 11>. m
south closes nt 9:50 a. m. Mail
of the entertainment to be expended called to order al 10:30 by jHupt. Stil having seen a wild strawberry vine in to Dayton; $560.
OSes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. in.
for a district tire alarm system.
well, a large number of tlie teachers be full bloom one day this week on the J F Rogers to Jacob Byers, 5 acres in
fur 5:15 a. in train closes evening
sec 32, t 2 s, r 5 w; 8490.
The musical part of the program was ing present. The followl|ng officers hills.
t Dp Ill.
E C Hanson to Cora Phillips, n 20 ft
Tlie S. P. Co. is putting in a new
tan and southern ’filhiinook mail
highly appreciated, the particular were elected: Supt. Stilwoln president;
rlfi fat It a in.
stars lieing Mrs. Evenden. Mr. Epping, S. S. Dunean, L. H. Baker, J. ( ’. Hod- turn table near the depot. It is of tlie of lot 2 blk 7, Hurleys add to Newberg;
sou and J. G. Hadley, vice presidents; latest pattern and so constructed as to $SII0.
and M. Bettman.
CHl lK H NOTICES.
Eflle Grayson to Jennie Jackson frae
Mrs. Annie Evenden rendered J. A. Buchanan, secretary; Mrs. M. C, be easily changed for standard gauge
pt lot 3 blk 7 Hurley A Large«' add to
MifiioDisT E piscopal C iicrcu —Services
“Le Reveil du Lion" by de Kontski. Matthieu, treasurer.
i vi r|.'
nt 11 n. in. and 7:00p in,
H. T. Graves received this week 1(M) Newberg; $300.
Mrs. Evenden always pleases her audi J. A. Buchanan, C. A. Dcueb olid L.
School at 0:30 n, _ ...
in . Pravor incet-
N S to Russell and Saran Welch,pat
'ng fhiirsilay evenings at 7:30.
ence and the applause at the conclu H. Baker were appointed to draft con apricot trees which he will set out on
E t! bnixokb
“™ , Pastor.
H ev . 8.
his farm. Apricots are said to do well ent to claim 03 pt see 32 and 88 t 3 s, r
_____ _ l’ _ llESIIYTEKlAX C’ iii rck —
in tills valley, bringing quick returns, 4 w, and claim No. 37 parts sees 4 and 5
Epping, director of the Portland con next meeting.
every Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7 p
liday School at 9:30 a. m.
servatory of music, has a voice of excel The progrum prepared fov the occa although little is known about how 14 s, r 4 w.
Mary Brock to J E Durham q c deed
I R ev . W iley K nowles , Pastor
lent cultKation and sung the Torreador sion was taken up. Mrs. Matthieu read they do in this section.
(IST CiiVRcir.—Services every Sabbath
to lot 8, blk (i, McMinnville; $2.
in. and 7 :30 p. in. Sunday School at
E A Wright to C L Ballard lots 4
Amity l’opgun. Jan. 13.]
audience and they demanded another Public school.” This was followed by
, a. in.
K ev . K. M c K illop , Pastor.
Uncle Dick Simpson is on tlie sick 5 and 6, blk E, Hobson« add to New-
'^4|RI8TI an Uifi’RCH.—Services every Sab-
song, which lie rendered. Judging S. S. Denean, of North Yamhill with a
•ath at 11 a in. and 7:30 p. in Sunday
from the demonstration made after Ills paper on "How to tench reading." Mr. list.
School at 10 a. m. Y.
P. S C. E. meets
Mary and T M Baker to Mary Brock,
first song and after his second appear Dunean is a strong advocate of the
A line baby boy arrived at the home
Sunday at (>:.'i0p. m prayer meeting Wcd-
J acre pt d 1 c W T Newby, t 4 s, r 4 w;
nesday at 7 JM) p in. Everyone invited
ance when he rendered a Bedouin love phonic method, and would begin with of R. W. Lancelleld Monday night.
11 A H uston , Pastor.
song he made the hit of (lie evening.
that method when the child first enters
The Infant child of F. M. Yarns diet!
S t . J ames C atholic (' iii ' kcii .—Services 1st
W L Warren sheriff to <> P Mason
JI. L. Bettman on the violin and school. L. H. Baker, who champions Tuesday night.
md 3id Sundays of each month, Second
lots 2, 3, 4, 10, (I, 12, sec 35 t 4 s, r 3 w;
Sunday Si. Mary’s at Corvallis
Born, to the wife of P. 1’. Durant, on
Sunday, St Patrick’s Church on Muddy.
audience tlie “Kreutzer Sonata.” The lenged the position taken and the ques Thursday, Jan. 12, 1898, a 12 pound $1383.60.
“ROC K BOTTOM PRICES.”
K ev . T iios B iiiody , Pastor
C J Olson to C M Olson 129.62 acres
people had the pleasure of hearing three tion was discussed at somti length, pro daughter.
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, 1’. of H.,
good performers, as good as can be and eon, by 8. 8. Duncan, L. H. Ba J. E. Jensen,who lives near McMinn part Robert Henderson, Alex Sutton
leet in tlielr hall the first and third Satur-
found on the coast in their several lines ker, (ieo. A. Peebles, J. A. Buchanan ville, was in Amity Friday. He tells and John Griftin’s d 1 c’s, t 5 s, r .5 w;
ay of each month nt 10a. in. Visitors
J. T J oli . v .
when they listened to Mrs. Evenden and others. The meeting then ad us of his success with one one of Walk $800.
M bs . M. E. K ins .
Levina A Watt to C M Ingraham to
on the piano, Mr. Epping in song and journed till 1 o’clock.
er A Wolfs grubbing machines, which
Mr. Bettman on the violin.
The house called to order at 1 p. m. he has been operating lately. The’ma- lots 10 and 11, blk 3, Jos Watts 2nd add
Outside of the three above mentioned by the president and Mr. Batchford cliine was recently purchased by Jen to Amity; $64.
Custer Post No. 9 meets the second and
Wm Ball adm est Jos Setronen to S
fourth Saturday of each month nt G. A. It.
Harvey Willis, live years old, asked tlie privilege of explaining a new sen A Clark, who have been using it on
ball in Wright's building at 7:30 p. in. All
Mn.LBAI* A S ox .
captured the populace by some very reading chart to tlie teachers. He oc the Smith Allen place near the county D York 20 acres part Jos R Young d )
’members o! the <Irder.are cordially inv ¡led
to attend our meetings.
That $2500 reward for the capture of elever dancing to the music of his cupied the greater pail of ail hour. sent. In 3J days thev cleared 2! acres. o; $651.
W ii . by K mowi . es ,
has started hundreds of people to father, John Willis, on the violin.
The afternoon program was then taken A tir stump24 inches through was eas Jas McKinley to Merritt McKinley,
It F t'l.i nixi:,
looking for the gentleman. Farmers of The first number of the program, up and a Iwautifnl duet was rendered ily extricated with one horse, with the 53.92 acres pt Peter Carlyle die, 15 s r
this county have been followed as far “Overture iler Freischutz" by Czerny, by Misses Apperson and Ballinger. cable fastened but 24 inches from the 6 w also 80 acres pt Wm Toney d 1 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 L , The pupils of Mrs. Johnson’s room saug ground.
The machines will surely
city, by would-lie-deteetives who found E. and M. Apperson.
two songs, “The 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 this city, is out their mistake after a good cold
“Christmas Night in the Quarters” Rights,” which reflects credit upon yet extensively in vogue.
blk 3 Maple Park add to Lafayette:
visiting his parents here.
by Inn Cooper pleased all lovers of rec their teaeher lor they show excellent
drive. Wolfis probably safe.
training, t’ceil Peckham, of Miss
You will find some big bargains at
While the game laws of tills state itation.
Newberg Graphic Jim, 13 |
Edmund Robinson to F L McCrea,w
The quartette consisting of Miss J. Grounds room, sang a pretty solo, “My
Redmond’s clearance sale.
need fixing up there is only one proper
B. ('. Miles entered upon his duties .' lot 3 Wynoski subdivision TDSnow
E. Story will conduct services at way to do it. The game of this state Gortuer, Mrs. ltogers, Messrs. Rogers Grandmother." L. H. Baker, of La as cashier of the bank of Newberg the den die; $150.
the Baptist church Sunday at 11a. m. should be considered the property of and Eckman rendered“The Lost Ship” fayette, next read a well written article first of the week, and is fust acquaint J B David to trustees M E Churh lot
by C. A. White. Mr. Eckman is the “Teacher.” Though prepared In a
"Mrs. Flora A. Brown will lecture at the people who get it and they to make something new in the local field, and short time, the general; fund of infor ing himself with the run of business.
4 blk 15 Central add to Newberg; $550.
Emit trees seem to lie loaded with
WtigRt’s hall on Jan. 24 anil 20. All
J C McCrea to F L McCrea, lot 3 blk
has a very pleasant voice. The attain mation and years of experience, to
WALLACE <fc WAI.KER would rather have the Choice
fruit buds and unless something of a 4 Everests add to Newberg; $600.
would last as long as the human race. ments of the others are so well known gether witli tlie natural ability of the serious nature intervenes lietween this
now decorating their shelves, in the cupboards of
F K Hulibard to J W Crelder 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
the good housewives of this city than where they are. .
near North Yamhill, died Tuesday of the game more than the eating of it.
“Reel Jacket," a recitation by Nan paper, which was appreciated by every ami the fruiting season, a very large ment 204 acres pt A L Aiderman d ) e.
crop may be looked for in this com $1.
night of cancer.
The cause of game depletion is the rich nie Ungerman, was a good production teaeher present. Miss May Pond re munity.
Sue B Holloway to Samuel Hobson
Millsap A Son have ]sold the remain mail who does not love sport but is wil for so young a person, while Miss Cora cited “Betsy Hamilton visiting old
der of their goods to J. II. Henderson, ling to pay some one else to get him X. Young shone forth very near to a Mrs. Raincrow” in a creditable man We are informed by Moses Votaw lot 13 blk E Hobson’s add to Newberg;;
that Newberg Is to have a new bank at $100.
and arc now out of business.
what he desires. Stop the sale of all professional reader in her recitation of ner. The association then sang “Bring
an early day. He has been busy dur Mary Brutscher to Emma Kramlen '
John Fletcher has started a feed store game and you have the “tail holt” on “The First Settler’s Story.” A step or ing iu the Sheaves.”
That is now contained in their store and intend to do it if
two more and she will be in the profes Miss Ella Woods read an interesting ing the past week soliciting stock for 39.56 acres pt S Bratscher 18 s, r 2 w;!
in the new building lately erected in the preservation of game.
the corporation and thinks they will $1.
good quality and low prices will do it. Their shelves are
the rear of the Union block.
McMinnville lias a new society. The
be ready for business in a week or ten
Mrs E R Foster and J W Foster to H I
loaded with all the choicest luxuries in the grocery line as
All persons who rendered service at doctrine of the mind or soul as distinct
days. The capital stock will be $40,000 Bally, lot 15 16 blk 2, Foster's add to
well as the necessities. .......
the firemens entertainment are eordi- from the body will now receive proper
but what part will be paid up we have Sheridan; $100.
ally thanked tor such service. C om .
attention from the people of this city. John Paneyrowskl Evenden, was well a few minutes on the World’s Fair ex not learned.
A Million Friend«.
Th«*kii tnberland Presbyterian En- It seems that the people composing this is fast going to the front ns a composer county to prepare work that our part
Alfred Moore who is an enthusiast on
« »w^or society will give a social at their society are just a little behind the of verso.
A friend in need Is a friend indeedi |
of the state may lie represented there. Oregon climate, made a tour of the
times. Theosophy is the latest, and if
lurch Wednesday evening, Feb. 1.
and not less than one million people |
On Friday evening Jan. 30, there great gobs of brain matter are to be young men of (lie city acquitted them on “Mathematics,” after which L. II. collect ion of Howers from gardens for a have found just such a friend in Dr.
Larger in quantity than is carried by any house in the
King's New Discovery for Consump
ill lie a Deinprcst medal contest at wasted in the search of mind with selves nobly. We fear to mention any Baker presented the following resolu bouquet. The Igniquet, which was a tion,
Coughs and colds.—If you have
city is displayed and your attention is called to the fact
ic opera house. The program is now mind, the latest cult should be the one names, liecmisc it is well known tlint tion which was unanimously adopted: very pretty one, consisted of six varie never used this great <,’ougli Medicine,
I hat we are the sole agents for the latest improvements.
to go after. Theosophishts liellevo in
all actors think I hey are tlie liest, and
W hereas the institute is a means of ties, viz: rasplierry, rose, daisies, earna one trial will convince you that it
Thev are the best that can be obtained.
an over-soul and cheerfully wear out
From the present indications it will their under soles and the patience of tlie we do not wish to disturb this consola improvement and Interest in general tions, pansies and everblooming mari diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs.
e at least the first of March before the hearer in expiating.
and particularly so to th» teacher, and golds.
Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that
■lerifl' will start in on the collection of society will give an entertainment and
W hereas , certain iiersons acting as
Sam Shultz seems to be an unfortu is claimed or money will bo refunded.
agents of publishing houses represent nate man lately. He cut a big fir tree Trial I mt ties free at" Rogers Bros, drug
basket social at Garrison’s o]>era house
store. Large bottles 50e and SI.
We desire to say to our citizens, that ing school supplies and devices, ask a few days ago that stood near his
I The clerk has issued license to wed on Wednesday evening, January 25th.
■i the following during the week past. Mrs. Flora A. Brown, will give a psy- for years we have been selling Dr. and insist upon presenting tlie merits house, and like the gun that “was not The T elephone -R egister has made
King's New Discovery for Consump
loaded,” it went square across his arrangements with all the prominent
],. B. Peirce, aged 30; Sarah E. Kreutz, cometric reading—better look out—to tion, Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Buck of tlieir wares, and
W hereas , our time i- necessarily house, almost completely demolishing papersand periodicals in the United
the most popular lady and gentleman leu's Arnica Salvo and Electric Bitters,
it. His wife and child were away States whereby they can lie obtained in
8 ybe marshal of Forest Grove was in present. Tlie baskets will then be sold and have never handled remedies that limited, therefore,
sell as well, or that have given such
,nst week looking up the trail and the lunches contained in them de universal satisfaction. We do not hesi Jiesolved that it is (lie sense of this from home however, and no one was connection with this paper at less than The Opposition Boot and Shoe Store
the publisher's price. Our old subscrib
If BunJi'ttc Wolf. Tie Is sure that lie voured. The admission is ten cents tate to guarantee them every time, and meeting that, our time can bo much hurt.
ers or new subscribers can have (lie
and every one, whether he or she has a | we stand ready to refund t he purchase better employed than by dividing witli
Ion IheifgRt track.
: Nortli Yamhill Ix-adcr. Jim 13.
price, if satisfactory results do not fol said agents.
benefit of this reduction ami no trouble
| The best equipped jt>b oflice in the mind or soul distinct from the body I low their use. These remedies have
Over 10,000,pounds of freight was on their part. When you want to sub
bounty can lie foumTTn'tboT elephone
the association will have an old fash shipped from this place during the scribe for the Ladies Home Journal,
R egister office. All kinds of work BUYERS’ AND BUSINESS DIIIECTOlt. their merits Rogers Bros., druggists. 1 ioned spelling match at the
tlie next meet- J’PI,r 1$92.
Century. Scribners, Hxaminer, World
turned out with despatch.
ing, also a “ciphering” match.
j The cheese factory building is near- or other papers, call and get our prices.
1 R. Nelson returned from the east a standard company, Rhodes AJRhodes
The following committee was ap- ¡ing completion and judging from the
Saturday night the house of Lars Where I am Prepared to Fit You in Fine Foot Wear
Jonday. He was 2 days and 16 hours will be pleased to write you.
H iiiiih —At his residence north of this pointed to prepare a program for the size of the building it will bo a factory
Gregorson near North Yamhill was
anil here from Omaha. An aunt of “Little Beauty” at ('. Grlssen's. A
city on Monday, Jan. 16, 1898, J. S. next meeting, of which committee the ! with large capacity,
Wm came with him.
Hibbs, aged 68, of heart disease; fun county su|ieriiitendent will be ex-oflieio
We are informed that this county broken into and Monday Sheriff War
splendid organ for $45.
eral held Wednesilay, .Tan. IS, at 10 chairman, L. H. Baker, Miss Orilla Ims purchased a rock crusher and en ren was telephoned that a man had
The sale if seats for Uncle Tom’s
The Hotel Yamhill furnishes first
Peters and Mrs. Muttbieu.
a. tn. from residence.
Cabin has been so large that the sale is class table board at $4.00 a week; board
gine, and it is now in order for our citi been seen answering to the description
The following teachers were present: zens to secure the use of it and see if of Wolf the murderer in an old barn
Mr. Hibbs lias long lieen a prominent
now stopped, cvefy sent being taken. and lodging at$5.50n week. Best meal
L. H. Baker,
resident of this county anil has held of-; J. B. Stilwell,
‘The company will appear tonight.
they can not get some extra help from near the house, and that u posse was
in the city for 25 cents.
T, G. Brownson,
fiee in tlie gilt of tlie jieople. He nl- Geo. A. Peebles,
the county in improving the road lie- waiting at North Yamhill to go out
I The mass meeting announced for
Dry oak wood delivered at $3.00 per
and get him. The sheriff accordingly
Emanuel Northup, tween tins city and the depot.
next Sunday evening under the au cord. Leave orders nt Booth A Hibh's ways had tlie reputation of lieing a S. S. Duncan,
went to North Yamhill as fast as horse,
spices of the W. C. T. U., has lieen market.
flesh could get him there, and accom
bond, and was respected by a large cir E. E. Washburn, Mrs. T. G. Bronson
Dayton Herald Jan. I '.
postponed to sometime next month.
Call on Rhodes it Rhodes for bargains cle of friends. He accumulated consid Mr. Vincent,
While at work grubbing on Charley panied by the posse—one 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 Papa,
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 with tlie best
had his leg severely injured, from the had an inmate for months. The posse
day last. His death was sudden and terms.
deatli is lamented by a largo numlier of Lena Shelton,
effect of which he has to use crutches. walked home to North Yamhill alone,
was caused by paralysis of the heart.
You can save twenty per cent nt
people in all pasts of 1 lie county.
AT MODERATE PRICES.
Ata meetiug of the board of trade on while the sheriff drove home thinking I
The ladies of the M. E. church will Kay A Tood’s.
S quire —Frank G„ youngest son of Myrtle Williams, Belle Farnsworth
Monday evening, the following were some curious thoughts.
give a social, with a short program and
George and Emily Squire, on Jan. Emma Green,
elected ofllcers: D. A. Snyder, presi
Bucklen’M Arnlcu Salve.
a ten cent lunch at the church Wednes agent for Yamhill county.
dent; R. S. Goodrich, vice president;
Salve in the world lor Cuts,
L. E. Walker has Hillsboro rolled
day evening, Jan. 25. All arc invited.
Mias M Boone,
It. L. Harris, recorder; Noali Phelps, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
For the next thirty days Ap|>erson Sarah Mark,
Jacob Smith and Mary Clanfield oats, fresh ground and finest on the
Fever Sores, Tetter, ( hupped Hands,
will be kept busy invoicing Ills stock, C. H. Jones,
L. E. Fryer,
Corns and all Skin Erup
left Dallas Tuesday night for parts un- market.
I The Masons jf Dayton and vicinity Chilblains,
tions. and positively cures Piles or no
The butcher shop of Booth A Hi bl is as the clerks go through. All broken Miss Rummel,
kown. It is an elopement and the
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
couple will turn up one in due time is at all times supplied witli the Is'st of lines, odds and ends, will lie carefully Hattie Gowdv,
’ last Saturday, and made preliminary perfect satisfaction, or money refund
meats, (tame and fish in season, rec assorted out of every department. The Mav Million,
Miss Ella Woods,
Price 25 cents per I kix . For sale
arrangements for organizing of a Ma
goods assorted out will bo sold at just
J. A. Buchanan,
liy Rogers Bros.
Rev. Hoberg, of this city, delivered
Baled timothy hay for sale al $14 per one-half price to clean them up, mak The next meeting will be held in La
At tlie Sign of tlie Big Hoot
an address at the T. (). o. F. installa ton by J. Wiseearver. Good quality,
ing the greatest bargains ever offered fayette, Saturday, Feb. 4, 1893, begin
tion at North Yamhill Tuesday night. call and examine.
Tlie Masons are negotiating for the
the public. As these are good seasona ning at 10 o'clock a. m.
A number of Odd Fellows from this
purchase of Odd Fellows hall. Should When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
ble goods, and sold at these low prices I
| they purchase the hall the Odd Fellows When she was a Child, she cried foi Castoria
IinnienfO’-'TIinUs What They All Say.
... these latter days to w" build a large two story brick on When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
A number of McMinnville people
is not'likely they will last long. There
It is customary in
“Xrfeet‘ satisfaction with a tlle ,ots owned by I. Nichols where his When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
will go to Salem next week. The cheap Any kind of wood in any quantity fore those coming early and often will —
get the best bargains. All goods not thing
___ „ by say
ng “It’s immense!” It’s ! store now stands, or adjoining,
est route to the capital city is by way
expressive flint nothing can be add-'
When your $200 watch needs repair included in our Odds and Ends sale so
of Independence. Theie is a daily Imnt
«1100 Reward •1OO.
-teo. L. Fink, Philadelphia, Penn,
ing take it to D. A. Smith. All kinds
““ii that point.
The finest line of
says, "My wife has been taking your Tlie readers of this paper will lie pleased
of jewelry repaired.
New Cure for tlie Heart and says it is In learn that there is at leant one dreaded
le new lire alarm will be put in
S. Howorth & Co. at the McMinn
immense! She has not been troubled disease that science has been able to cure
. The register is now hanging np ville pharmacy arc closing out their
RejKirt of school taught in district with pain or smothering spells since in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's
he fire department and it will lie stock of paints and oils at cost. Call No. 35, Yamhill county, Oregon, for using it.” Jno. L. Roberts, Slatington, Catarrh Cure is tlie only positive i-nre now
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
y for operation as soon as the Imxes and investigate.
Penn., says he is 75 years old, and has known
the month ending January 13, 1893:
disease,' requires a
suffered from heart disease over forty lining a constitutional
te connected with it.
Rhodes A Rhodes have money to
treatment. Hall's Catarrh
No. days taught, 20. Average daily years. Was treated without avail by constitutional
¡nt Martin who has lieen laid up loan on improved farm property.
attendance 25. Roll of honor, not ab prominent New York physicians; grew upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the
constantly worse; took Dr. Miles’New system, thereby destroying the foundation
a broken foot, is now able to
Is the Great Serial
to S. Howorth A Co. will please sent nor tardy, William and Harvey Heart cure and was completely cured. of the disease and giving tlie patient
wn town on crutches. His foot is debted
Vaughan, Eldon, Herman, Ellis and
strength by building up the constitution
call and settle.
Bedrock prices! Buy for Cash! Sell for Cash! Light
ugjrapidly hut it will be some time
and assisting nature tn doing its work, The
Elsie Winters, Onie David, Eflle Tol
When you want prices on lumber get
proprietors have so nmeh faith in its ettra-
Cord of Thank«.
"i he can discard crutches.
No bad accounts to lose! No Bookkeeper to
them of A. S. Briggs as he will save son. Highest average on examination,
1 live powers that ibey ofler One Hundred
the evening of Wednesday, Jan- I i you money. Any quantity and quality. Tlios. Vaughan, 91 per cent, Eflle Tol
We wisli to extend our thanks to the ' ’ Dollars for any case that it fails to cure.
and will sell you goods
of testimonials. Address,
son, 88 per cent
Names of visitors:' friends who so kindly volunteered and j Send for list
25, Lahar anil Colestoek will
__ Ofl'ice witii Jas.'Fletcher.’
F. J. CltCNEY A Co.. Toledo. <>.
le catch as catch eati, neck hold
Rhodes A lihodes are sole ageijts for Mr. anil Mrs. A. S. Vaughan, N. I* rendered aid to us during the sickness
Sold by all druggists, 75c
Wiley, Geo. Tolson, David Guliser.
i, best two out of three falls for a j the sale of lots in Willis addition.
and death of our son.
I. esti : r G eer ,
’$100 a side at the armory.
School books and stationery at C.
M r . and M rs . J. D vmphrev .
! youngsters of the city have lieen
Estate of Wm. Van Buskirk; will ad
We desire to express our thanks to
G. S. Wright, dentist, McMinnville, i
ing themselves skating during
mitted to probate; E. A. Van Buskirk
»st two days. Fletcher’s pond is Oregon.
In our late bereavement and also to appointed executrix without bonds. B.
n over and if reports lie true the
The entire stock of Boots A Shoes, those sending tokens of sympathy in H. Springer appointed appraisors.
i in fine condition for skating.
Hats, Caps and Furnishing goods of A. floral offerings.
Estate of F. S. Glandon; inventory
now being published in this I
___ is to lie closed out imme-
«• public are cordially invited to Having become fully convinced that I E. . Cady
G eorge and E mily S quire . : approved.
____ ,. I have a large stock of goods
Guardianship heirs of I. B. Gentry; paper. You will find a por
nt Wallace A Walker's store on
A Land»1 Me—Very Marked Keenlt«.
25 and 26 inst and sample the de doing businc!«, and believing tliat it is ( in nH lines and more on the road which
tion of it in another column.
ls “St. Charles” unsweetened to tlie liest interest, Isitli of tlie mcr- nm expecting every day which I had The term landslide usually conveys in- Guardianship heirs of A. Kenyon;
telligence of disaster, whereby many final account approved, guardian dis-
n. served free with hot coffee.
but this time it is used to in- charged and bondsmen exonerated,
made up my mind to close out, I will are killed, onorrnmia
\l llr>* ’
ere have been 23 additions to the
Notice is hereby given that the undersign
; sell all goods a« low as cost and a great Restorative Nervine, a remedy that is Mrs. Jas. Prall appointed guardian and
ibership of the Christian church
ed Norris H. Perkins, has lieen by an order I
Strength .inti Health
. many below. Here is a good chance daily saving the lives of thousands who bond fixed nt $1350 and approved.
of tlie county court of Yamhill county, Or
¡ng the meeting now in progress.
egon, duly nppuinted rw utor of the lest
If you are not fcelllng strong and ' for a person to step right into a good are suffering from nervous disorder«. It
i meeting continues. Let all the
Wile«* Nerve and Elver PUIa.
will and testament w idi codicil attacherl, of
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If “La litisiness which will liear investigation. cures palpitation, nervous prostration,
pie come. H. A. D extox , Pastor. , Grippe
Felden 8. Glandon. decca-eil.
Now there- '
” has left you weak ami weary, Shelving, counter.», window fixtures,
Act on a new principle—regulating fore
having claim- against the I
,7ho is the liest shot in Yamhill I use Electric Bitter«. This remedy nets ' in fact everything, for sale. Thanking I hysteria, ill effects of spirit», confusion . tlie liver, stomaeli and rowels through e-tate all of person«
of mind, etc., and build» up the body ! the nerve«. A now discovery. Dr.
I directly on Liver, Stomach and’Kid-
hereby notified and required to present i
! the people in and around McMinnville I surprisingly. Brown A Mayburjq < ‘ort- j Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness, are
I form their functions. If you are af I for their liberal patronage while here, land, New York, say one patient used bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa denee at North Yamliill. Yamhill county, '
Mr. Shadden won the championship flicted with Sick Headache, you will , anil soliciting a continuance in this 1 nervine ahd gained fifteen pounds of tion. Unequaled for men, women, and Oregon, properly verified within six months i
flesh. Sold by Rogers Bros , the drug- [ children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 from this date
edal of this county at blue rocks on , And «peedy and permanent relief bv closing out sale,
gists, on a positive guarantee. Get a doses, 25 cents. Samples freest Roger» Dateti tlits 17th davof January. A D 116
iturdny last by a score of 23 out of 25 I taking Electri« Bitters. One trial will
NORRIS H. PERKINS.
I am Yours Respectfully,
i rook free.
you that this 1« the remedy
Executor above named.
ainst such shots a» Martin and Mo : convince
von need. Mrge bottles only AOc. lit
A. E. C ady ,
W M Ram«cy.
Prevent md cure Con«tip«tl'>i> end Sick-
Put up in neet- ’▼nti'fwhar—1 bolt les. «ufnlt
I Rmprrs Bro«, drug store.
Attorneys for said esfatc.
1 19 3 I
coateU, Small BUe Bean •- .Tie. per bottle.
F. W. Cadv, Apt.
Headscte. Small Bile Beaua.
OUT OF SIGHT.”
OUR LINE OF
“TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION.
Strange, but True:
’They Want to Sell Everything
WALLACE & WALKER
HAS BEEN REMOVED
TO THIRD STREET
NEAR THE POSTOFFICE,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Should you want
I can Fit You in that also
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
SENSATION of the DAY CROCKERY,
THE * * *
4* 4* CITY
CHEAP FOR CASH
ONLY ONE DOLLAR
FOR THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER.
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