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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1893)
HATS GIVEN AWAY AT
I will make the purchaser a•
ofn ?™ ? !
With every suit of Clothes bought at our store for Cash we
we guarantee our entire sto
to be worth at least 10 per cent of the price of the suit; ; moreover
in plain figures and at prices much less than the same quality of * goods can be bought for a 7
of Men's and Boys’ Clothing, Hats, Shoe
the county. We Carry Only Men’s Goods, and our lines
ishing Goods are by far the largest to be found south of Portland.
Tailor shop in the county and make desirable alterations on suits free of charge
Another excellent argument is found
for abolishing the senate executive ses
sions. Ex-Senator [Ingalls in a recent
letter declared that the most eloquent
speech ever made by Roscoe Conkling
was delivered during an executive ses
sion, and hence never given to the
world. Conkling left no very great ora
torical mark upon tiie regular records
of the senate, and it is almost sad that
all these years should have elapsed
without the country knowing of this
brilliant effort which caused all his fel
low senators to listen as if ill a spell to
his mighty eloquence and convincing
logic. During file last few years the
nation lias not been edified witli many
vigorous orations in tiie senate that
have caused the whole people, as it
were, to stamp them as remarkably
eloquent and irresistibly forcible. If
then the senate is hiding its light un
der a bushel, and if the empty benches
of tiie gallery are the only auditors
aside from tile dignified senators, let
the bushel be raised, the doors opened,
and the lloodgates of eloquence lifted
to satisfy the thirst of tiie people for at
least an occasional burst of real oratory.
This is a practical age, but still there is
nothing more fascinating than a speech
which ¡«eloquent, full of tire and logic,
iuspiring in its force, delivered in good
voice and gesture, aud compelling the
attention even of enemies— Telegram.
J P Johnson and wife to H t) Han
son, 13 acres, pt Jas Morris d l’c, t 3 s,
r 2 w; $950.
J Hanson aud Ella Hanson to H f)
Hanson, 3.95 acres, t 3s, r 2 w; $300.
J P Johnson and wife to J Hanson,
5 acres, near Amity; $300.
H Brown and wife to B M R Robison,
lots in Dayton; $700.
Lavina Watt et al to John E Warner,
3 acres near Amity; $275.
L M Haworth and wife to Henry
Aston, lot Hand nJ of lots, blk 9, New
B C Agee and wife to Junies Agee,
10 acres, 15 s, r 5 w; $1.
A B Cooper and wife to J C Kirk,
45.69 acres, pt Juke McKern d 1 c;
J C Kirk aud wife to A B Cooper,
lot 3, blk 15, Newberg; $200.
() & C R R to M W Potter, 40 acres,
sea 4, t 5 s, r 6 w; $100.
O & C R R to Chas Nash, 40 acres,
sec 11,15 s, r 6 w; $80.
United States to Chas Nash, 160
acres, see 10, t 5 s, r 7 w; patent.
Mary L Hess to J F Bowman, 1J
acres, pt Wm T Wallace d 1 c, t 3 s, r 2
L L Votaw and wife to laa Mills, lot
4, Little Homes, near Newberg, $200.
Edgar Poppleton and wife to A C ÍÍ
Martin, lots 1, 2, blk 43, Lafayette;
H Hurley and wife to Jas Hamnett, i
13 acres near Newberg; $600.
"Chattanooga” is a power
A E Keas aud wife to Mary A Bryan
lot iu Willamina; $30.
ful and fascinating romantic
E M Fernbow et ill to John Heard,
story of the Civil War now
lot in Willamina: $60. •
Florence M Younger to W Munck, running in serial form in this
lots 2, 3, blk 38, Lafayette; $600.
Mabel Dear to D W Dunbar, lot 4,
blk 7, Newberg; $300.
TURN TO IT AT ONCE
8 A Deskills et al to Wm Bond, blk
11 anil 12, Newberg; $723.
/"rzMrr r/ mez ‘J3BX3£>/
United States to Lichentliater, 79,58
acres, sec 22, 14 s, r 4 w; patent.
Union Lodge to J W Joues. 246, Ma
sonic cemetery ; $11.
J F Williamson to J M Kelty, lots 4,
5, 6, blk 23, Lafayette; $1200.
J. B. ROHR,
To say that tbe travel across tbe con
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter
HARDING & HEATH, Publishers.
tinent is light would express the fact
The Only Sign Writer in the County.
but faintly. The saute number of
coaches are seen as wheu the travel Is
Homes fitted up in tiie Neatest and Most
Ja« Copy. per year. Inadvaace.............. $1 IX)
heavy. While writing this the occu
rise Copy, eix moathaia advance.............
pants of the first class coach consisted
Designs furnished for Decorations.
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of three womeu and four men. The
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside Fur
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville
Fair travel has not yet commenced
nishing a Specialty.
Oregon, as second-class matter.
and the transcontinental roads do not
Work taken by Contract or by the Day. Ex
perienced men employed.
look for the rusli to commence before
K esoi . utions of C ondolence aki » all O bit -
the first of June. A trip across the
uary Poetry will be charged for at regular
Third Street, McMinnville. Oregon.
country at this season of tiie year is
* * *
very uuintercsting and if it were not
S ample C opies O f T he TM/KPH on 'E-R egis -
tf . k will be mailed to any person in the
for the people there would lie little
United States or Europe, who desires one,
amusement. Each train contains all
free of charge.
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper adverlisiing
enough to create amusement for the
agent, 21 Merchants’ Exchange, San
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This
otliers. John Maddock and family, of
paper is kept on file in his office.
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily.
Goldendale, formerly of McMinnville,
are on the train on their way east,
All iubtcriberi who do not receive their
Portland .. 7.00 p m SanFrancisco 8.15am
paper regularly will confer a favor by im
San Fran... 7:00 p ml Portland.. 7.35 am
and will be present at the graduat
mediately reporting the tame to thin office
Above trains stop only at following sta
ing exercises of the Jefferson college at
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
Philadelphia. His brother Louis Mad
Citv, AVoodburm, Salem, Albany
Thursday, May 4, 1893.
dock, will graduate and after a sight of
Tangent, Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Jun
ction city, Irving, Eugene
the World’s fair will go to San An
Roseburg Mail Dally.
At that certain meeting held at the
tonio, Texas, and practice hi« profes
(■range hall last Saturday some one
Portlaud . . 8:05 a m, Roseburg... 5:40 p in
Roseburg. . 6:20 a in | Portland ... 4:00 p m
asked how it happened Hint tiie |ier
While the farmers of Oregon are dis
Albany Local, Daily, Except Sunday.
diem of the commissioner« was raised
couraged at the late rains, they should
from tinea to four dollars. No one
brace up us their lot Is a good one com
5: p m Albany......... 9: pm
could tell. Not even Commissioner
Albany......... 5: am Portland
pared with the farmer of eastern Wash
Henderson, who was in Salem about
ington. Piles of tin cans in the rear of
the time tiie law was enacted, knew
every farm house tell the tale. Potted
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
anything of itr Perhaps tiie grangers
luxuries from Oregon come high and
For accommodation of second class passen
would not object to the raise if they
tbe scanty crop of tli« coming year will
gers attached to express trains.
were getting four dollar men.
no doubt be -spent for edibles from Ore
WEST SIDE DIVISION
A GREAT INVENTION REPORTED. gon. Tiie cadaverous, sunburned farm
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
er of Eastern Washington has state
On the local page is n notice calling a
Tiie reported Invention of u success pride in quantity and while reading a
public meeting for Wednesday even
Portland ... 7:30 a m McMinn'.. .10:10 a n>
ful carbonic acid gas engine belongs to label on a tin fruit can, will say with
. .12:10 p m
ing, May loth, at tiie city hall. The
the «lass of things jwliich are highly great earnestness that Washington
Corvallis .. 12:55 p ill McMinn'.'. 2:56 p m
object of the meeting is not definitely
McMinn’... 2:56pm Portland . 5:30 p in
important if true.
beats Oregon in quantity and quality of
stated, but it goes without saying that
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
The problem to which all inventive fruit. A mild state of insanity is the
the good of the city will come in for a
trains of Oregon Pacific.
minds are apt to direct themselves in result of continued residence in the
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
fair share of tiie attention of these pres
our time is that of utilizing forces state and the people of Oregon should
ent. There is great need of an awak
Portland.. 4:40pm McMnn ... 7.25 pm
which may lie had more cheaply than be content to let them vent it in adver
ening among our business men on the
McMinn'. .. 5:45 am|Portland... 8:20aiu
by the burning of coal. There is in tising their state. Every new man in
subject here suggested, mid it is lioped
carbonic ncid a vast store of force easily Washington means just one more
tiie city hall will be crowded next
and cheaply produced. If it can be mouth to be filled, at a good price, by
EAST AND SOUTH.
utilized there will be a gain of incalcu
For tickets and full information regard
the Oregon farmer.
maps, etc., call on the Company’s
Professor Smith, the Canadian states
All that I have seen so far in eastern
agent at McMinnville.
man, lias returned to Ills home in To inventors have made their heads ache Washington is country. Miles of it on
E. P. ROGERS,
Miles' Nerve and Liver Tills.
Asst. G. F. & P Agt
ronto, after a visit to Washington. He in attempts to devise | ractloable lneiins bojli sides of the railroad. Its value is
lias acquired an immense estimate of
about four cents per acre. Farm houses
George H. Chapelle, of New York, are scattered and everything not tied the liver, stomach and bowels through
President tirover Cleveland. He says
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
that Mr. Cleveland to a great extent thinks lie has solved tiie problem and down is scattered. You cannot find a Mile«' Pills speedily cure biliousness,
WHEREAS the Circuit court of the state
dominates both parties in the United that he will presently lie able to put in iwrson in tile whole eastern part of the bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa
of Oregon, for Yamhill county, on the 1st
States, and adds: “With tiie exception operation an engine under tiie enor state that will admit that lie has mov tion. Unequaled for men, women, and
of April, A. D. 1893, in that certain
of IJneoln, I know of no man during mous pressure of 3,500 |>ouiids to tiie ed from Oregon. He is ashamed of the children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50
suit therein pending wherein R.Livingstone
doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers
was plaintin and Emil Pfafi, Henry Wein-
my acquaintance with the United
fact. In lucid intervals he will remark Bros.
hard, Knapp, Burrell & Co. and The Mitch
States who lias been such an inlliienee nothing as to lie almost out of consid that some time ago he visited a para
ell A Lewis Company were defendants,
rendered a decree in favor of the said plain
upon politics in that country."
dise in his drcams and was informed quested to call at tills office and look at
tiff and against the said defendant Emil
if Mr. Chapelle has really done any
that It was the Willamette valley. It our stock of horse cuts. It is the hug
Pfafi'for the recovery of the sum of $13,800.-
thing of the kind he will be at liberty
IT. S. Gold coin with interest thereon at
At the April term tile county court at once to take Iris place near th« head
est in the county or on the west side,
the rate of six per cent per annum from
instructed the treasurer to apportion of tiie class of great benefactors, and a hard times, no markets, etc., are leav If you want samples of our cuts write
April 1st, 1803, and for $400.00 attorneys
fees, and $42.75 costs and disbursements
tiie funds its received and call outstand situation as a millionaire is open to his ing their effects upon his brain. A and we will mail them to you.
and tbe sum of $312.00 as taxes, and fore
short residence in Oregon will cure
ing warrants as fast as they could be acceptance.
closing the mortgage executed by the said
Emil Pfaff upon the hereinafter described
paid. This was very well for the court
J real premises to secure the payment of all
Sign of the Big Boot.
who, after all has been said, is anxious
It is now understood that an extra in Oregon and no one but real estate
said several sums of money, and ordering
to see some of the present dobt paid, ordinary session of congress will be boomers and bank cashiers have In tiie County Court of Yamhill County,
the sale of said real premises; and Where
as it was found by said court and said de
State of Oregon.
but it was not according to law and called early in September for considera enough money to lly away from the
cree that the defendant Henry Weinhard
In tiie matter of the estate of H. G.
therefore did not suit the state treas tion primarily of the tariff question. suckers from the effete east who have Burns,
has a subsequent mortgage upon said real
deceased, late of said Yamhill coun
premises hereinafter described to secure
urer. Tiie latter official somehow lias This determination on the part of supported them in luxury.
to him the payment of the sum of $4539.50
To Susan Carrol, David D. Burns, Nancy
It seems to have rained as hard in
the notion that laws are made to be the administration puts tiie ultra
gold coin 'together with interest thereon
Laney, Catherine Yoder. H. C. Burns, the
obeyed, so he informed tiie county protection organs on their metal Washington as in Oregon but less farm children and heirs at law of Amanda l.ee,
from April 1st,1893, at the rate of eight per
cent per annum and the sum of $200.00 at
treasurer that tiie state tax would have and again they cry that tiie country work has been done. No snow has deceased, the children and heirs at law of
torneys fees and the sum of $101.00 taxes,
Elizabeth Ogle, deceaaed. and to the un
to be paid out of tiie first money re will be ruined. Not so. This time tiie been encountered up to date except a known heirs of said decedent, II. G. Burns,
and which sums are wholly unpaid and the
said defendant now has a "decree for the re
ceived, wbicli is now being done.
tariff will be reformed by its friends.
covery of the said sums from the said
Lee and Elizabeth Ogie, deceased, lieing,
defendant Emil Pfafi*; that the defendant
That is the democratic party witli its stock has been killed by the hard win also, heirs at law of the decedent, H. G
Knapp, Burrell & Co. has a judgment lien
All organ of the jieople’s party says reform allies in other parties, who have ter, judging by the number dead along Burns, ami their names lieing unknown,
upon said lands hereinafter described for
that if tiie volume of currency was been contending for twenty years for the track. Tbe range is very poor and
the principal sum of $156.26 together with
Whereas, II. C. Burns lias filed in the
interest thereon from April 23d, 1891, at the
doubled it would double tiie value of the abolishment of war tuxes, are now but few cattle have been seen. Bleak, aliove named < ount.v Court liis written pe
rate of ten per cent per annum and the
iu due form praying for an order of
every mau’s farm. This is a stupid fal ill a position to help themselves and desolate, dreary, uninviting aud tough tion
sum of $24.15 costs ana disbursements: and
said Court empowering him as administra
the defendants The Mitchell & Lewis Co.
lacy. It would not double the value of give them what they voted for in 1890 are a few terms that can be used in giv tor of said estate ot H. G. Burns, deeeased,
TZES-A-IHSTS have a judgment lien upon said lands
sell all the real property of said estate
every man’s farm, it would simply in and 1892. We are told, however, that ing a concise and graphic description of to
hereinafter described for the principal sum
hereinafter -lescrtlie-l to obtain funds witli
crease the value of land, putting more the balance of trade is already heavily I the country.
of $150.75 together with interest thereon
which to satisfy tiie claims allowed against
from tiie 8th day of September 1891, at the
said estate anil expenses ot administration
"unearned increment" in the pockets against us and that any reduction of
rate ten per cent per annum and the sum
7:30 P. M.
of manipulators and speculators, among the duty will cause a panic and put how to go to the World’s fair at a small der thereof appointed June 6, 1893, at ten
of$24.85 costs and disbursements and the
of $25.00 attorneys fees, which said
whom there may lie a few legitimate gold to a premium. The 6,078,578 vot-
liens of the said defendents Henry Wein
court room of said court, in McMinn
farmers, but we doubt it. With every «rs who voted for Cleveland and Weav keeping tab of all expenses and sam tiie
Knapp, Burrell <fc Co., and The
ville, in Yamhill county, State of Oregon,
increase of land value under “present er as against Harrison, think they pling the quality of dining car and as the place for hearing sai-l petition, and
Mitchell <t lx?wis Company are subsequent
to the lien of the plaintiff R. Livingstone,
conditions" there is an extra load know what they want and now that lunch counter fare. Have tested the directing proper citation to issue.
and that said court in and by said decree of
Now, therefore, in tiie name of tiie state
for the working farmers and working they are iu a majority of over 1,500,000 comfort of the Pullman palace car and of Oregon, you and eacli of you arc hereby
foreclosure orderd the sale of all said real
premises hereinafter described to obtain
cite 1 and required to lie and appear at tiie t
men to carry. Tims it is that men de they ought to have it. To deny them
hinds with which to satisfy the said sums
time and place above appointed for hear
lude themselves witli false doctrines is to nullify the constitution, and to
of money due said plaintiff R. Livingstone,
ing said petition anil then and there show
Hours Quicker to Chicago,
and that if after the payment of said sums
in the name of reform and tiie |ieople. our republican brethren especially the I that it does' not matter much which cause, if any exists, why an order of sale of
land should not lie granted as prayed
Hours Quicker to Omaha and so due said plaintiff there should then be
uullitier lias no place in the United you drink, whisky or water, they are said
any sum remaining from the proceeds of
said sale the sum so remaining should be
ee—aarj. J I"!____~
States. Well, he will not have; the 1 iioth thin. One tiling I notice, Oregon anil all of lot six (6) of block four (4) of the
the town of McMinnville, State of Oregon,
applied on the said liens of said defendents
Three eminent political exjierts dis- constitution will be obeyed; the major and we would advise everyone, prohi excepting 22 feet fronting on Fifth street,
according to their priority and in the order
Tourist hereinabove stated; and Whereas there
ami running back 33 feet, said part except F-ixllxxxaja.
com vigorously in the April /hrwm ity will rule and we will have tariff re
was duly issued out of said court in said
from different points of view, the pres form. But not of the McKinly kind.fl do more for a drink than for a quarter. ner of said lot niiiulicre-l six. anil also lots
irxg- Cixair Core, 33in.in.or suit upon and to enforce said decree of said
court on the Sth <lav of April, A. D
ent crisis in national affairs and tiie po
Tiie World’s fair was formally open We failed to take a liottle and the port- city, or town of McMinnville, anil also lots
1893, a writ of execution under the seal’ of
sition and prosjiects of the two great
' er has fallen in love with Maddock, seven (7 l and eight <»> of block nine i 9 i of
For rates or general information call on said court and to me directed commanding
parties. ¡Senator Henry Cabot Ledge, ed on Monday, The .attendance was I who is palming off' a dedoction of Ja Rowland s addition to sakl city or town of i or address,
me in the name of the State of Oregon to
sell as provided by said decree, according
of Massachusetts, defines the true atti large, and quite a number of people maica ginger, alcohol, water and McMinnville. Oregon.
W H. HURLBURT. Asst. Gen. Pass. Apt. to law, to satisfy the above mentioned sums
tude of republicans as a “watchful op- were injured in tiie jam. There is a ! cleansing cream (regulation Washing- Judge of said County Court of Yamhill
money together with costs the following
251 Washington St.,
described real premises, to-wit •
poaition;” President Seth Low, of Co difference in tiie re|>orts, some claim | ton whisky) as pure Oregon whisky. County, Oregon, and the seal of said Court
P ortland , O regon
at a point which is north six
lumbia colles«, frankly considers the
tremendous task liefore Mr. Cleveland, ers that they are not, and will not be origin and thinking Maddock in ear
northeast corner of the southeast quarter
from Terminal or Inferior Points 11 k of section four in township five south
and Mr. Oswald Ottendorfer, the well- for two weeks yet. However, it is rea nest, hates to admit this sample of Orc-1 ED Clerk
range four west of the Willamette meridi
known German-American editor, en sonable tosupi>ose that there is as much I gon whisky is poor. Will attempt to
Ramsey A Fenton, Att'ys forsa'd Estate.
an, and running thence north eighty-four
degrees thirty minutes east sixty-two chains
larges on the danger from disagreement on exhibition as one can visit in a tell you more of interest next time, for
and sixteen finks to a point, which is north
lietweeii Mr. Cleveland ami Ills party week, and by that time there will be
twenty-four degrees west fifty links distant
I while you are reading tills I shall I m * in
followers on financial questions. These
from the northeast corner of the tract of
: Chicago seeing tiie sights.
land containing seventy-six and tiftv-one
articles together constitute tiie lest au-
signed, administrators of tnc estate of .1. E.
hundredths parts of an acre at this time
H. L. H eath .
tlieritative presentation of national
Swanson, late of Yamhill County, State of
owned by A. M. Waddell, thence south
Oregon, deceased, will, by virtue of an or
is th- Lin« to Take
twenty-four degrees east fifty links; thence
prospect« and political tendencies any of May quite a number of familiar fig
der of the County Court of said Vatnliiil
north forty-five degrees thirty minutes east
where available and their value to the ures will be missed and "gone to the |
Countv. licensing them to do so, on the 6th
chains 92 links to southwest comer of a
day <>f May. A. D , 1«93. at 11 o'clock a. m.
tract of land at this time owned by Duncan
political student In the present crisis is fair” is what will be said of them. It is
F L Robert« nil it wife to Bctlia J of said day, on the premises hereinafter re
thence north twenty-three decree«
KI« the DININu CAR ROUTE. It run*
ferred to. sell at public auction.to the high
thirty minutes west to the Yamhill river
Through VESTIBULED TRAINS
tent or magnificence of tiie exposition Fouts, ] acre in Carlton; $550.
est bidder, tlic four certain warehouses
with the meanders of said river un
Elizabeth Simm« et al to Isaac Van i owned hv the estate of said deceased.known
Every Day in ll:e Year to
atroain to where the cast boundary line of
"There is something irresistibly «l>- as a whole, but from what lias been
as tiie Swanson ware houses.
the Donation Land Claim of Ephraim Ford
surd in the Union Pacific and other promised no one is likely to I m * ilisap-
i all appurtenances, 40 horse-power engine,2
crosses the same thence south along the
I cleaners. 5 pair of scales, trucks ami every
east boundary line of said Ford claim to
trunk line. halting at Portland while pointed or regret the time and money
N J Rowland and wife to W (' Hem ' thing necessary to carry on the warehouse
(No Change of Car«)
the southeast comer thereof and thence
the Pacific witli It. wonderful i-oinmer- expended in visiting the fair.
business, situated on the 8. P.R.R. at Carl-
jest along the south boundary line of said
bree, lot in McMinnville; $20.
1 ton. iu said county and state, and that the Composed of Ili’ii’iG CARS
<■1*1 |MM«ibilitic« is M near at hand.
iord claim to the center of try! southeast
Bank of Newberg to A B Lamb, pt lease of tiie lands on which said ware
ThcTEi.EPiioxK-REiusTER has made
Quarter of section thirty-three in township
There 1« no such absurdity in the whole
four south, range four west of the Willam
lot 8, blk 14, Newberg; $80.
railroad system of the Uaited States arrangement« with all the prominent
will la- sold with and as a part of said ware^
HR AHIAK ROOM SLEEPERS ette
meridian; thence south to the north
Franklin $'ruit Land Co to Harriet honses, ami that said sale will take place PULLMAN
(Of Latest Equipment,)
and Mexic«. A year liene« people will papersand periodicals in the United
’ ?ry u eiof th.e I)onafion Land Claim
ft. Hivde’ J,hence east along “aM
he amaze,! that the inducements whieh State« whereby they can lie obtained in
I undersigned reserve the right to reject any TOURIST SLEEI’IA« CARS
north boundary line to the northeast cor
and all bids.
Best that can be construele»! and in
this region offers to railroads were so connection with this paper at less than
ner thereof an<l thence south sixteen de
The purchaser will lie required to pay U
which accommodations are for hol
grecs east to place of beginning, containing
long overlooked."— Asforwm. That Is th« publisher's price. Our old rabecrib- W Bradley, lot in Sheridan; $100.
ders of First or Second-cpiss Tick
n\e hundred and seven acres of land bn
I Carl Adolf to G Wohlgemuth, 20 i of the purchase price of said property at the
a fact. At least three railroads should
time o! sale, ami to execute good notes,
the same more or less, and known ««T
with personal security to l>s approved by
as The Armstrong Farm " in Yam
have long ago extended their lines benefit of this reduction and no trouble acre«, pt of J J Haah d 1 c; $339.
county, State of Oregon
down to Oregon's gateway city. The on their part. When you want to’sub- <
i purchase price two equal payments, one A C«atlnio>« Line ccnnecting with all
therefore 1, W. L. Warren, as she»,
iff oM ainhill county. Oregon, under and
I>eople of Astoria, however, who liave
lines, affcriiiug direct and unin
by virtue of ».¡<1 writ of ex^uilol. and "|
S Haworth and wife to Martha J twoyears from the date of sale, both draw
waited so long and impatiently, may Ornturg. Scribner*, Keaminrr, IForM
ing interest from their dates until paid at
derree and order of .ale, will on tl.» ■«,!!
the rate of eight per cent per annum . and Pullman 81cr|«r reservation., can b« recur day of May. A, D, l«t. at the hwir'of
rest ««cure in the face of one fact, and or other papers, call and get our prices
ed in advance throuali ou v nirent of th« road o ctoek K in. of aaid <lay at the court ho?Z2
the interest to be paid annually.
that ia that when one of these road«
i So'.d ’’»rewouse- are good property and iBTaBfh Tiikeis r",r"ni 1,11>uin* <lnor at McMinnville in ««id conntv .ell
Shiloh's Care, tbe great cough and
Intikla, the otliers will be compelled to lung cure, is for sale by ns. Pocket
well located for business, and all said ma iiu«u?ii iit»rwin A,„,rjc, KnalAnd «aid real prcmiae« aliove de.crilic.l t<’> th?
lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,6, blk 23, Newlierg: chinery in go- 1 condition.
and Europe can l>e pim liured at any ticket highoat bidder forcaah in 1'. 8.
follow suit. And they are to be con size contains 25 doses, only 25c. < 'h 11- $100O.
office of this cotiniPny.
I»at«i April 17. 1893.
gratulated upon the prospects of one of dren love it. 8, Howarth A Co.
Janies Ma-Ison and wife to J P John
ot tralna. rqutre and other detail* furniihad
HI LDA 8WAN8OX,
these roads building to th.ir city this
ntl’day of ACprii"«O*' O"*m ",l'
Adminislators on application to any agent, or
venr. — Slafemmn.
_ A D CHARLTOM.
, _A”t Deneral Paneneer Arant
®«*«r*l OOle« er th« Cornasay, Mo, a at
Abigal Stambrough to Jens Hansan, '
Sm«nJ*'*® L«*n «ver» ni<ht fora
15 acre«, pt J Morri« d 1 c, t 3 «, r 2 w. | •wk ansiar Turpel I j wrt zfc. per Is-uie
BURNS & DANIELS,
Can Supply All Your Need« In
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
BELOW PORTLAND PRICE
♦***%**% for YOU
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Funeral Outfits, Stylish and Plain,
At Reasonable Rates.
SEE OUR G-OODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
Q O. HODSON,
Through Tickets to all Points
On and after April 1st,;
1893,1 will sell my en-!
tire stock of
As I intend to make a-
change in business.
Come in and get prices;
and you'll be convinced!
that I mean what I say. ;
House Furnishing Goo
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Paints,
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Worl
of Every Description.
F. DIELSCHNEIDER. I I
AND FOR SALE
To ail Foinis Easi & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
O. O. HODSON.
TIUit Desirable and Most Beautifully Located Property Known ai
Pleasant Home Addition
T q McMinnville.
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Park; Only««
minutes walk from the main street of McMinnville; By takingintoe»
sideration the Fine Avenues and Streets, the Sightly Situation and 1®»
ly Surroundings Pleasant Home addition furnishes the grandest ai
most convenient property for those desiring a beautiful home. Pleseui
Home is subdivided in four acre-blocks and is sold on reasonable ter»
For information apply to WM. F. BRIEDENSTEIN, Sole Agent,
Cor. Third Street and Railroad. McMinnville,Or
A nted salesmen ;
Local and Traveling.
To represent our well known house
fi r,« n
u ^ec’1 "°
,o represent a
nrmtliAt warrants nursery stock firstclass
and true to name. Work all the Year. $100
per month to the right man. Apply quick
Stating age. _ . L. L. MAY A 1'8., ’
?2l**c.ryn,e,>- Florists and Seedsmen.
i This house is responsible) 8t. Paul, Minn.
Proprietors of The McMinnville
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS,
LATEST STYLE RIGGS
Situateli at the Southwest corner «<
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
First-Class Drain Tile
WILSON I. HENDERSON, Prop«.
Livery, Feed, Sale!
kept constantly on hand nt lowest li’1»
DERBY A BOYER.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the l11^-,
sliip heretofore existing "et«een ,
the firm name ot W. T. Booth«??
Special Attention Given to
has this day been mutually dissolve'!, t
Booth retiring. All accounts due saw"
will be paid to W. T. Booth aud »“ ¡v
n™0re^n.'' BetWCcn E ',nd F*
debts will be paid bv W. T. Booth. All"
have not settled their accounts up to J**
ary 1, 1883, are requested do so at out*,
thank our many friends for their u
patronage, and bespeak for W. T.»"J
ed^'^’J.'ir’Z.f' *v?n that the »«'lersign- who will carry on the business at tn*
stand, the same favors and kind treaun
W. T B oot »
I'. S. Bo«»
Dated March 29,18ft:.
WE WANT (OIL
south of the ^r”1n5«‘« point 1.50 feet
First and A.t wu, ??>'
n tR *
town of McMinn-
Dated April 18, lwn.
Wi" L ° ambright
f <ai" ^ient.
A ttorneys for said Estate.
to i01 ai our «gent. We furnish aa •»¿'Ji
ootflt and all you nppd free. It c*»" •* „"L
try the business. Vfe will treat y<*
help you to earn ten times ordinary ware», ’ "
•exes of all ages can live at hom«*
•pare time, or all the time. A dv one aa»
can earn a great deal of money. Many
Two Hundred I>ollara a Month- M
^in the world are making »o much
t capital as thoee at work for ui-
pleasant, strictly honorable, and pay« w*
any other offered to agent!». You have •
field, with no competition. We
everything, and supply printed directio««
beginners which. If obeyed faithfully, w«
more money than will any other bad»**
Wrove your prospects! Why »ot ? Y og •—
easily and suyely at work for ns. R««*^
industry only necessary for absolate
Pamphlet circa'ar giving every particular $• ~
free to all. Delay not in sending for it.
GEORGE STIMHOW a CO; g.
Box No.iM, Portia^"’
N«w aad Startling Feet* «I Hr '»*’*•*