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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1893)
the «incili D ocket .
one» who plant thing» when tin-
- —■' nifxin Is right, ami depend upon the'al-1
lilanae for tlie weathe.. Slowly the’
HARDING L HEATH. Publisher«.
people of this state are living educated
to .the benefits of the bureau, judging
1— Chas Handley vs Ellen Jackson,'
from the gradual change In thiaaection. Titos H Tongue atty for deft; Equity.
Copy. p.r yaar. in.J.anc..........
People who read the weekly rejiorta of I 2— A F Kisser * < 'o vs V B ami Em
o>aCapy,aia month.in advanea.
the bureau published in the county I ma J Latham;S B Huston atty for plft',
papers have got into tlie habit of i-om- Ramsey A Fenton attys for deft; suit to
Entered at the postolfiee at McMinnville
ing to town and asking tlie loanal I «et aside a deed.
Bregón, as aecond-clami matter.
weather official alwnit the weather
3— Byron Millsap vs W T Wright et
RuoLl'TlO!.« or CoSIHII.RXi r *SI> «1.1. O bit - when they contemplate cutting their al; Irvine A- Coshow nttys for plfl';
nary Poetry will I* charirel for »1 regular hay or doing other work t lint would be equity.
spoiled by a change in the weather.
I— Jos Wagner A Co vs Tlios W Per
O f T he T bi .BPW onk -IU gi *- These persons appreciate the bureau ry; Emmons A Emmons attys for pltl',
tek will be mailed to any person in the
United Blates or Europe, who desires one, through the money it has eared them. Ramsey A Fenton nttys for deft; action
Let everyone take advantage of tbla for money.
free of charge
1«. P. Fisher. Newspaper a<lverti*iing work that is lieiug done for Hie Isanefit
5—J E Hazeitine A Co vs B F Morse;
agent, 21 Merchants' Exchange. San of tlie state. If you want a copy of the Davis A Frazer attys for plft's; action
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This re|M>rt, address the I'lulud States
paper in kept on file iu his oft Ice.
Weather Bureau, Portland, < Iregou.
II— P Selling vs Laramie Mayer; F W
All tabicribert who ilo nut receive their
Fenton atty for plfl'; action for money.
paper regularly Hill confer a favor by irnA
THINK ABOUT IT
7— Elijah Osborn vs John Cresson;
mediately reporting the tarne to thia ofice
Williams, Cary A McNary attys for
T wuxtv - six mills .
plft'; action for money.
Thursday, March lß, 1893.
Think of it. Think ubout it.
8— T W Perry vs T C Buckingham;
That is tlie amount of tlie tax levy
Ramsey A Fenton attys for plfl; action
INTERPRETATION OF LAW.
for tlie year 1892. The taxpayers of
tills county will have to pay 2.6 |>er for money.
!)—Stow A Brower vs Geo W Dickson
The Amity paper in tlie following cent on every dollars wortli of prop
words contests the circulation of the erty owned by them. It is made up as et al; Ramsey A Fenton attys for pltf;
official papers of this county: “A* we follows: State tax, 7 mills; u-ltoel tax, forelosure.
10— A Schilling A Co vs W E Kutch
are ill doubt as to n liicli pajieis have 5 mills; Indigent soldier tax. .»2 of a
Irvine A Coshow attys for plft'; action
the largest circulation we therefore mill; county tax, 11.98 mills.
wish to contest and hereby ask the
A total of Twenty-six mill.«.
11— G I« Baker et al vsYamhill coun
court to proceed according to law to as
What is the reason of this large levy?
certain which paiiers have tlie largest is the question lieing asked by nine out ty et al; Irvine A Cosüow attys for plft';
circulation thereby entitling them te ten taxpayers. L-t us give one of the Janies McCain, «list atty, and Ramsey
A Fenton attys for plfT; injunction.
WOHLD’M FAIR COMMISSION.
the amount proscribed by law for the reasons.
12— In the matter of the estate of w
printing of tlie same."
57— Tlios Vanscoy vs W L Warren;
The large cuunty indebtedness that
S alem , Or., Marell 10, 1893.
Houxr, Sign, and Ornamental Piii|v|
Tlie court complies with tills request has accumulated »¡nee the i*ff»cnt I Westerfield, insolvent; Ramsey A Caples, Hurley A Allen attys for plft';
of Oregon :
and places upon the docket an order re managenwnt of county afta ira went
Irvine & Coshw attys for deft: action
The Only Sign Writer in the Couaty. I
The Oregon World's Fair Connnis-;
13— A C Martin vs Jauo E Martin; for money.
quiring nil p«|iers of tills county to into effect.
Ramsey A Fentan attys for pltl', Mc
Homes fitted up in the Neatest and lul
sendin sealeil statements of their cir
58— Wm Hoft'knelcht vs W L War sion lias been legally organized. Its I
When Judge Galloway went into
Cain A Magers attys for deft; divorce. ren; Caples, Hurley and Allen attys for officers, superintendents, assistants. I
culation Is'fort* the April sesssion.
office he informed several of tlie citi
Designs furnished for Decoration, |
14— Titus Smith vs Amanda Smith; plfl', Irvine A Coshow attys for deft; ac and agents have been chosen, and ;
The contest of the Amity paper is a zens of this county tliat the indebted
( 'an Supply All Yónr’^eed» In
little previous. According to the rul ness of the county exceeded the limit (> H Irvine atty for pltt'; divorce.
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside F q ,,]
tion for money.
they are now actively engaged in the
15— Sarah A Likens vs Simon F Lik
nlshing a Specialty.
ing of tlie county court tlie offi imposed by the constitution seine $10,-
59— Wm Ball anil J no T Fouls vs G preparation of an exhibit of the rich
Work taken by Contract or by the Day. gd
cial pa]ters of this county must Itcap- 1 «M1, or in other words tine county was ens; .Ino J Spencer atty for pltl; di W Sappington et al; McCain A Magers and varied resources of Oregon. t<>
perienced men employed.
poiated at tlie January session of each in debt some $15,<MMii
attys for plft's; foreclosure.
be placed before tlie eyes of tlie
17--Sarah A Mackie vs C F Mackie;
year. At its last January session tiic
Third Street, McMinnville, Oreeon. ]
60— Roliert Hanning vs William world in tbe several department
Tliat was in 18*.Ut.
! W M Ramsey atty for plft'; divorce.
court failed to do so and according to
Smith; Jno J Spencer atty for plft',
It is now 1893. not quite three yeais
17— Damon E Sawyer vs Mary R Ramsey A Fenton nttys for deft; disso buildings of tlie Columbian exposi
law, an<l the court, there are no official since,
pa]iers of Yamhill county, aud there
lution of partnership and an aeccunt- tion at Chicago. As this world's ex-
Tlie indebtedness of Yamhill county i
Proprietors of Tlie McMinnville
ean lie none until the next January nt the present moment is in Hie neigh-j 18— J S Hibbs vs W W Jones et al; ing.
; position opens shortly, no time should
Irvine A Coshow attys for plft; action
meeting. The court did not appoint Imrhood ol$50,000. What, $50,000?
61— It L Sabin vs A H Gaunt; It Cit 1 be lost if we would be properly repre-
tlie official jntpera until tlie Jantiary
(sented. Our state has been allotted
ron atty for pit!'; action tor money.
ID—Joseph Phillips «'s I' S Bunking
nieetingof 1892, while the law was in
.Ki0.(»j0 more indebtedness than is al
62— M S Adams ya Peter Jacquot ct i ample spaces in the different depart
effect in .1891, because of the above lowed by the constitution of the state Co; Irvine A Coshow attys for plft'; ac al; J H FiowerJjitty for plft'; foreclos ment buildings, which this commis
Situated at tlie Southwest corner o( the
••oustruction of tlie law.
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
i tion for money.
sion lias promised to fill, and which
20— D C Coleman vs U S Banking
In order tliat tlie people of Yamhill 1 In order that you can understand
63— Keller A Malone vs II C Burch;
county may know tlie faithfulness in tliat this is the truth we publish a list Co; F W Fenton atty for plft'; action for Irvine A Coshow attys for plft's; action it hopes to occupy with honor to the
First-Class Drain Tile
state. And to make tlie labors of
which the law is carried out by tl>e of warrants ordered drawn by the money.
on hand at lowest living
I this commission the more successful,
21— A Schwab vs lT S Banking Co;
present county court we will quote county court from December 1, 189], to
64— Stuart A Thompson vs WH Cain;
DERBY & BOYER,
from this newspaper publication law a January 1, 1893, a period of fourteen
Irvine A Coshow nttys for plft's; action
few words. The law says: “The j months. Tlie amount of warrants er- money.
! of tlie state, but to her every citizen,
22— City of Sheridan vs U S Banking 65— W111 Ball vs.I M Wright et al; ■ the free cooperation of her each and
county court and coiiinu.-siouers shall I tiered drawn for each month is given.
cause to be made out and publislied a December, 1891....................
8 1941.00 Co; F W Fenton attv for plft'; action for McCain A Magers attys forplft'; action | every resident is earnestly solicited, i
schedule of tlie expenditures of (lie | January, 18t>2............................. 2718.81 money.
To this end. therefore, all persons i
23— R L Churchman vs 1' S Banking
county, wliicli sltallstate tin- names of February..........
66— W D Wright vs W T Wright ct who liave prepared individual exhib- 1
3180.90 Co; F W Fenton atty for ]>lfl'; action for
all claimants, the article or service for March
al; Ramsey A Fenton atty for plft", Ir its, all societies, organizations, or
which payment is elainietl in each May............................
SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
vine & Coshow nttys for deft; foreclos associations of any kind whatever 1
24— J C Porter vs V S Banking Co; ure.
bill, Hie »mount allowed if ordered i J»ne...............
Express Tyains Leave Portland Dail»
that have prepared exhibits of any
paid, or whether tlie claim has been ! July.............................................. 4961.00 F W Fenton atty for plft'; action for
67— State of Oregon vs Joseph D M011-
.. 7.00 p m SanFrancisco 8.1.*>an
kind for the coming exposition, are
continued or rejected; provided, tliat
San Fran. . 7:00 p m'Portland
thyon; Jas McCain dist atty; H Hurley
tlie I'ounty court shall not be required October..
25— CJC Linden vs I1 S Banking Co; J F Caples attys for deft; larceny by al urged to at once place themselves in I
Above trains stop only at following it,
to publish >ny claim for which th« November........... „
tering the marks on a heifer, tlie prop communication with tlie heads of the '
Oregon Citv, Woodburni, Salem. Albany,
831.94 for money.
salary or fees are provided by law."
several departments, as organized by
Tangent, Sliedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Jun
erty of Andrew Wright.
In another section of tlie law the fol
26— George Moor vs Yambill Land
city, Irving, Eugene
68— State of Oregon vs Joseph D M011- this commission. You may be able
Itoaelnirg Mall Daily.
lowing appears: “Tlie court shall at
$43475.71 Co ami M Fisk; F W Fenton atty for thyon; Jas McCain «list atty; II Hurley to judge to which department your
the January session of each year, select Warrants retiirnvd to clerk
I plft'; action for money.
J F Caples attys for deft; larceny of a exhibit belongs by reading what fol
Portland . . 8 :()5 a in Roseburg.
Roseburi ..' 5:40 p 4
one newspaper publislied within the
pai<l in same tíme.......
1868.71 i 27—Union Hardware Co vs Fuqua A cow.
lows : This commission desires to
county, having tlie largest circulation
i Sons; Irvine A Coshow attys for plft's;
Alban, Local, Daily, Except Sunday.
Total outstanding........... . .. ..$41607.00 I action for money.
send to Chicago those tilings which
within the county where published, in
January and February ’ John Clark, vs A I) Hoskins; Irvine tliyon; Jas McCain dist atty; II Hurley will in any manner give a true rep-1
Portland .5: p in Albany
which the proceedings of said court, as
Albany......... 5: a m'Portlaiid
' Lj Coshow attys for plfl'; action for J F Caples attys for deft; larceny by al resentation of any of Oregon's re
entered of record, shall la- published at warrants to the amount of $2,7"""*
tering the marks on a heifer, property
tlie expense of tlie county; provided excess of the warrants paid were drawn, money.
of J S Hibbs.
tliat iu counties having ten thousand making a total indebtedness of $44,-
29— Frank Bros t'o vs Riley G Smith;
Tourist Sleeping Can,
70— State of < Iregou vs Joseph D Mon- tractiveness of the spaces allotted to |
|>opiilation two newspapers having ftfMl.it. To this should be added the Irvine A Coshow attys for pltl; action
For accommodation of second class passen
thyon; Jas McCain dist atty; H Hurley Oregon in any of the exposition !
to express trains.
largest circulation shall I»« selected,
J F Caples attys for deft; larceny by al buildings.
WEST SIDE DIVISION
and the county clerk shall furnish hut not yet paid for which is $880
30— Wm Millsap el id vsH Clay Burch
Tlie Oregon exhibit will be collect- :
Between Portland and Corvallis.
such paiiers selected each a copy of lb*- more, making a grand total of indebt et al; Irvine A Coshow attys for plft'; tering marks on a steer, property of
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
ed and displayed under tlie following |
edness of $4,">,279.24. The actual in foreclosure.
proceedings and a list of claims.”
71— State of Oregon vs W H Bentley headings:
The law further states that the com debtedness is more than this for there
10:10 _ am
31— A F Arthur vs Wilbur Cook; Ir.
Portland.. 7:30 am_______
Tlie department of agriculture,
pensation for the almv« service shall
vine A Coshow attys for plfl'; action for
not exceed the sum of 51» cent» for ders of several years standing that money.
forestry and forest products, and live
McMinn’... 2:56 p in Portland . 5 -30 pa
selling liquor without license.
each square of ten lines of l>ro«ier type, have never been drawn.
32— GJW Jones atlmr vs J W Gil"
stock, W. F. Matlock, superintend
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
72— State of Oregon vs Lars Grcgor-
A conservative estimate would place baughjJIrvine'&'Coshow atlys for plfl',
trains of Oregon Pacific.
or its equivalent. The limit of price is
ent. The department of horticulture,
.Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
just one-half the i«gi»lar advertising
diseased sheep withoutjpermit from In including floriculture and viticulture,
rates of the pajters that liave had Ilia $45,000.
33— In the matter of the assigiunent
Portland. 4:40 p miMcMnn .. 7.25 pm
Dr. J. R. Cardwell, superintendent.
A greater degree of business sense is of R >S Conner, an insolvent.
honor of lieiug the official papers of the
McMinn’... 5:45 a in; Portland. 8:20
73— State of Oregon vs Samuel Davis; Tlie department of mines, mining,
an absolute necessity for the county
county for the past year.
34— Cohen Davis A Co vs W II Cain;
and metallurgy, C.W. Ayets, super
commissioners and county Judges of Irvine A Coshow attys for plfl's; action Jas McCain dist atty: ra]>e,
The above is the law.
I 74— State of Oregon vs Frank Butts; intendent.
The department of fish
In ol>eying thls.hiw tlir court de the future,
EAST AND SOUTH.
Jas McCain «list atty; burglary.
it is ruinous to elect men to office
For tickets and full information regard
ing and fishing apparatus, manufac
creed that Die proceedings should not
35— B Taylor vs WmT Raleigh; Irvine
ing rates, mans, etc., cull on the Company’’
76—State of Oregon vs George F tures, electrical and mechanical in
lie published; that the claims should who lack the qualifications for it. It is A Coshow attys for plft'; action for
agent at McMinnville.
Christenson: Jas McCain dist atty: forg
not lie pul’lishoti in an itemized form. not rigid and proper that the taxpay money.
ventions. Geo. T. Myers, superintend
E. 1’. ROGERS,
Asst. G F. A P Agt
This is an easy way In which to keep ers of Yamhill county should pay
36— 1! Jacobson vs Isaac Daugherty;
76—State of Oregon vs L II Reeves;
from tlie taxpayers of this county $1*0,000 a year for the privilege of liave Irvine A Coeliow attys for pl fl'; action
work, comprising the fine arts,
[ .la» Mc('ain dist atty; larceny.
item* of expenditure that the court does ing GaHnway, Perry and Henderson at for money.
household economy, and tlie pro
not want tlieni to know. The law di-
Prom Terminal or Interior Points th
Homes nt the World’s Fair.
37— Wnt Cain vs Emil I’lafl'; Kainsey I
ducts thereof. Mrs. M. Payton, su
reetiy says tliat tlie article or service for tion is about $14 per head for every A Fenton nttys for plft'; action for |
There is no reason why anyone perintendent until July, 1. 1893, and ;
which payment is claimed in each hill man. woman and child in the county. money.
Mrs. E. W. Allen, superintendent'
Let the court call a halt or the taxpay
«hall lie publislied.
38— John D Edwards vs Jacoh Wirtz ’ should I mj deterred from visiting tlie
I World’s Fair by reason of possible in- from July 1. 1893. The department,
No wonder the court desires to keep ers will.
E E Scipb atty for plft; ejectment.
the county expenditure« away from
j 39—George Moor vs Warner Spooner 1 convenience and uncertainty attend" of education, including educational
OF NO ACCOUNT.
: and M Fisk; F W Fenton atty for plft'; (ing the securing of satisfactory hotel exhibits, literary, special, general,
Through their sound management
is the Line to Take
music, etc.. E. B. McElroy, superin
action for money.
That Desirable ami Most Beautifully’JLocated Property Known as
The caption of this article expresses
Yamhill county is $.70,01.1 |i. debt at
The Northern Pacific railroad will in tendent. Tlie department of civil
49—M Fisk vs Mrs Joaniiiib Hayes;
the opinion of the T klepp . one -R eoi 8- Ramsey A Fenton nttys for plft': action due time publish low excursion rates to
government, including state and
No wonder t lie court tlewres to keep tei : as to the state board of equalization for money.
Chicago and return for this occasion,
It 1« the DININ6 CAR ROUTE. It runt
county. Geo. W. McBride, superin
tlie county expenditure» away from
Through VESTIBULED TRAINS
41— Henry .Schenk vs George Sauter; while its double daily passenger train tendent.
Every Day in lhe Year to
on the assessment of 1802 is of but little McCain A Magers nttys for plfl', action service, including through sleeping
All this nonsense ai»>ut high charges value as far as it concerns the equaliza for money.
cars of both classes (Standard and i
in any of the departments enumer
for publication tliat has appeared in tion of tlie Yamhill county assessment.
42— RS Conner vs W E Cox; Me-j ! Tourist) to Chicago, will as usual lie at
Small Imvs could figure better.
(No Change of Care)
the column« ef our eontenqwraries has
Cain A Mager« nttys for plft': action for the head of the list in every particular, ated. will please communicate with
Situate ami adjoining the BAPTIST (JOLLEGE and Park; Only five
Ixen done fora pnrpoee anil we are
j To help you in fixing in advance the superintendents of tlie depart
minutes walk from the main street of McMinnville; By taking into con Composed of D!M\G CARS
In the matter of swino the county j
fully satisfied that it Jha« I>ceii instigat
43— lloxanna White vs Henry Dun ' upon your place of resilience while at- ments in which they wish to make sideration the Fine Avenues and Streets, the Sightly Situation and Love
ed by the court in order that they can Isiurd turned over to tlie state board a- stan ct al: Ramsey A Fenton attys for teuding the World’s Fair, we have entries. Yours truly,
WING ROOM SLEEPEU
Iw looked lip Io by the people »« » care total valuation of *14,380. To this) plft'; foreclosure.
placed in the offices of the company at
(Of Latest Equipment,)
C. B. I rvine . See.
amount tlw state board attempted to; 44— 11 L Sabin vs J R Sander* Jr et al; 121 First Street, Portland, Or., compil-
ful and economical laxly.
Home is subdivided in four acre-blocks and is sold on reasonable terms TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
The Indebteilness of $5(1,(iw now star add 75 per cont, but failed to do so. j Ramsey A Fenton attys for pltl', artion . I ed by perfectly' trustworthy parties,
Best that can be constructed and in
Farm for Sale
lor information apply to WM. F. BRIEDENSTEIN, Sole Agent
The valuaMou of swine in YantMlI I for money.
ing the taxpayers ef tlii« county in tbe
! «-ailed “Homes for Yisitors to the
which accommodations are for hol
Two miles north of McMinnville, a farm
of First or Second-class Tick
lace puts a different light upon the
,------------ —j 45—R Livingstone vs Emil Platt'; FW i I World’s Fair.” This little book, which of 65 acres, all in good cultivation and good
is $10,785, just 7- ■> pen ent ot the original [ j.'enton n)Id \y yf Ranisev nt tvs f<»r pl ft'I | you can purchase for fifty cents, con house and barn ; all kinds of fruit; 30 acres
in grain—a bargain if sold soon. Address:
ELEGANT BAY COACHB
The TTa-CLMlna. JK.evi.te.
While the court was attempting to valuatien, a reduction of 25 per «w»t-' foreclosure.
tains a list of aliout 9,900 private fami
L. 8. D owning ,
A Cantlnuous Line connecting with *0
McMinnville, or at the farm
economize by not allowing and cutting In order to make their figures correct-
40—Henry Anson vs W H McDon
linee, iffordiug direct and unin
down publication bills of $2.50, and it is necessary to add the tw« anrennt* ald; Ramsey A Fenton nttys for pill’; Chicago during the time of the fair,
submitting $15 worth of printing to which would make the total vnlnntion. confirmation.
viz: May 1st to October 30th; gives
Pullman Sleeker reservation, can besecur
blds they were contracting indebted of swine In Yamhill county 825,M5t In
through auv agentof thoron
10 ebnts per double roll. Send 2-cent stamp
47—J F ijearles vs ('yrus Vaughn ct
SCOFIELD A MORGAN.
ness in the sum of $3,373 for a read Other iwrd«..through the work of the , ^.'¡^’„^'^mon
of rooms eacli will have to spare. The for samples.
__ »_•«» i 1
192 Third st. Portland. Or.
roller, $880 fora rock crusher without «itntu
book also gives a list of the hotels and
Bnd Europe can be purchased at any ticket
enmity escapes taxation on $142400.
E. W. HADLEY, RECEIVER.
0 vCeu°f I*“1 conmany.
48— Henry Schenk vs George Sauter; their locations; lias twelve ftill-pagc
Full information concerning rates, tinif
The county Judge in a newspaper ar
McCain A Magers attys for plft': action large wale maps, eacli representing a
of trains, routes and other details furnishee
The county Ismrd of equalization es-i for money.
ticle invited tlie fullest Investigation of
application to any agent, or
■ section of tlie city, so tliat witli this in-
A D. CHARLT0X.
the county commissioners record. An tablisheil the value of the Portland and . 49— The McMinnville Building anti ■ formation before him the intending
°«neral Passenger Agent
investigation of tlie record woubl not Willamette Valley railroad »<$2/iM)per I Improvement Co vs D C'anuto and G visitor himself can, at leisure, select tlie
Waktageow, Fartead. o»1
disclose all the acts of the eourt as a mile, the value of the Oregonian rail-i W Jones; W M Ramsey and F W quarter of the city in which he would
conaiiieral’ie portion of them doe« not read at $2500 per mile and the value of; Fenton attys for plft's; action for prefer to stop, corres|»ondLng in ad EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
»p|*ar of record—for instance thecoun- the Oregon A California raflrond at. > money.
vance witli one or more families in that
LATEST STYLE RIGGS
termand of the road roller by Judge $1300 per mile. In the figures used by I 50— Frank B Tipton vs Joel A Bryan locality witli regard to rates and tlie
Galloway without tlie oilier members the state board of equalization these and Julia A Bryan; SF Harding and accommodations desired.
''Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
Special Attention Given to
of tbe court knowing about it.
tigum appear at $4000 per mile for the«; Emmons A Emmons attys for plft'; ac. •
A. D. C harlton ,
first two roads anil $4560 for the last ,1' lion for money.
7:3d P. M.
As«t. Gen. I’. A., N. P. R. it.
mentioned road. To these figures thei
THE WEATHER BUREAU
Third Street. Between E and F. McMinn BETWEEN WILLAMETTE VALLEY
51— M Fisk vs Melotte Brothers; Cle
Mate board added 10 per cent. Work, j
land A Cleland attys for plft': action for
POINTS AND SAN FRANCISCO
The second biennial report of the like this makes it very difficult for the ’
furnl.h an exn
Oregon Weather Bureau has Iwen re- county officers to make a levy. The!
i/J‘ ti.1 i.*1.1 r°"
,r"- . 1« it « costs
”'• notliim »
Wo offer One Hundred Dollar« Reward i
hZlnW' win "■’•*« !">“ w,i:' ,<4
ceived. Tlie report was compiled by returns from the state board and the!
b>r any ease of Catarrh that cannot beenreil
I 2T.L’ordinary wbrm ¡W'
berlin ami Lucy D Kimberlln; John U 1 t»v Hall'« Catarrh Cure
the careful bauds of IL S. Pague and 1« assessment of Yamhill county pins tIre |
,,n fi»« ••
"“d "o* *•
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
F. J. I iirx«T A Co Props. Toledo. O.
Smith atty for plft'. W M Ramsey atty
Hine. Any one any wl>”»
amass of information of benefit toevery rate per cent added by the state Iswril I
Ocean Steamer Sailings.
We the undersiglrel. have known F J L m &TEST TIÎTE
for deft«: equity.
'* ,’?ll,r* • Month. Xo C1.H S’
Cheney for the last 15 year- and believe |
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
pcraon in the state. This report not will not balance. Tlie T elkfiioxe -I
8. 8 WILLAMETTE VALLEY
"*“* world are making io much money
Two Through Trains Daily.
•8»—Dilla B Fenton vs J L Heiubrre him |>erfei tiy honorable in all business I
only furnishes data for every farmer in K eoisteh and every citizen who has a.,
•» work for u>. BU.lof
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and anJ
etux;FW Fenton atty for pill: fore-
' r*y honorable, ami poya bolter t‘,aa
March ttt a)
tletennlning the lies* |«rt of tlie year desire to see state matter* carried on. |
any obligations made bv tlieir lirm
, 12 45pJ 6 2.'»p(lv Minneapolis ar
"<ored to agenti. Yoa have a Hear
This company reserves the riirht to change
In which to plant his crop, but furnish rightly l-slges an objection to 'licit
l'»p 7 15pjlv St l’aul ar M 30aJ
boiinrilr/' Ani •“Pl’ly printed direction to’
sailing dates without notice.
•>4—F. N Forti v« Lars Gregor-on;, Ohio
es data to the scientist, the doctor, the "work.
Welding. Kinnan A Marvin. »Iioloalc 10 15a 4 15p lv Duluth ar 11 4Oa]
To-Ärlat rniri mo. 'oh'if °~'y-d faithfully, will brink
Rauisey A Fenton atty« for plfT: action
w'11 *n7 «•>-' buxinw« 1»
«leapwra Fr«, Mwcllxi-1
eugineer and the person who is con
wiyaot? You can do to
Hall'« Catarrh cure is taken internally
1 for money.
7 15a| 9 5Q;i ar Chicago Iv .5 47p]
'¿¡Mir, »TT1’' “ work for »’• *•••«••“*
Steamer "Hoag" Icatic, Portland. Wed
templating removal to Oregon. Peo-
Captain Sweeacy, f. s, a .. San
,ot abeolule aoceow
55— William Holl vs W T Hhiirtleff surfaces of the system. Price 75<- per hot-1 Tickets sold and baggage < becked through nesday and Saturday atn a ni
pie who are not well informed upon Diego. Cal., says: "Shiloh's Catarrh
A1*1“« -Tory particular 1« esot
et al; F W Fenton atty for piti: action tie. Sold by all druggist« ; Testimonials free. | to all points in the Fnited State« amt Cana
**tOTn,*,i°n ran on! tree to all. l*lay not In nd ml for it.
the benefits to lie derived from the Remedy is the first medicine I have
da: Clo»e connection inaile in Chicago with
GKOhej»: STi«ie<V< a co.
Salmon Street Wharf. Portland.
Roa !»o. ass, Portlaixl. Me.
The value of the product of Ameri all train« going East and South.
weather bureau deriile it and say that erar found that would do me any good
D. R. V avodx . Gen. Agt..
56— In the matter oC the assignment can manufartories for the year 1802 is i For full information apply Io yotir near
Il le of no account. These person* are FNco JO ets. Sold by Howort h A Co.
of A D JLokin* atti iu«olveui: J H estimated to have been $7,215.0nn,tino 1
< . r IIOGCE. G. F. * P. A..
Gen P«,s and Tin Agt < hkego III.
2S4 Washington 8t..
THE TELEPHOND-REGISTEK. 1 tlie
1 ■ m
NEW GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY
Don’t buy your Spring Suit until you see their New a
Clothing as ■ they will have this spring the finest assortme and at
-- ----- - county. You can also .
eve] before shown in Yamhill
e latest styles in Hats, Shoes and Furnishing^ Goods^and we|
will not be undersold
J. B. ROHR,
BURNS & DANIELS,
BELOW PORTLAND PRICES
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Funeral Outfits, Stylish and Plain,
At Reasonable Rates.
East and South
Southern Pacific Routi
( ) 0. HODSON,
paints , oils A nd glass ,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Paints, Etc.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Through Tickets to all Points
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Work
of Every Description.
O. O. HODSON.
NOW ON THE MARKET
AND FOR SALE.
Pleasant Home Addition
To all Points East & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
To Me Minnville.
THE (TTY STABLES.
Livery, Feed. Sale! Direct Line,
Low Freight Rates.
Wisconsin Central Lines.
Porri« y» Oaaoor
WE WANT YOU