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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1893)
HATS GIVEN AWAY AT KAY & TODD’S I
With every suit of Clothes bought at our store for Cash we will make the purchase?
to be worth at least 10 per cent of the price of the suit; ; moreover we guarantee our entire stock to be marked
in plain figures and at prices much less than the same i_ quality of goods can be bought for anywhere else in
.es of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furn.
the county. We Carry Only Men’s Goods, and our lines
We have the only First Class Merchant
ishing Goods are by far the largest to be found south of
>ns on suits free of charge.
KAY . _________
Tailor shop in the county and make desirable alterations
THE FAIR IN THREE HOURS.
J. B. ROHR,
M ay 3.
To know tliat America!) bruins de
The crusty and iusoleut reply made
lu matter of application for relief, from
House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter
by Governor I’ennoyer to Secre vised and executed such a vast under
tary Gresham lias called from the taking as is the Columbian exposition Kirkpatrick |>oet. Ordered that *30 lie
Th* Only Sign Writer In the County.
Oregonian an editorial on “The last of ' bring* to us the fact that America is allowed out of fund for that ]>rr|tose.
fitted up in the Neatest and Most
In matter of building a bridge at Pajie’s
Jns Copy. per year. inadvance.............. $1 00 the Jetrersonians." It argues that the the greatest country on the face of the
Copy, six months in advance............
comments of the democratic press and earth. The remark of a well traveled mill. Ordered that Pa|>e Bros, be auth
Designs furnished for Decorations.
Can Supply AH Your Need» In
politicians go to prove that the princi
Entered at the postoffice at McMinnville
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside Fur
ples accredited to Thomas Jefferson Chicago that one would naturally ex to do tlie work and furnish material for
Oregon, as second-clans matter.
nishing a Specialty.
pect to sec in Pari», and saw buildings *6.50 j>er thousand, not to exceed 2,250
are dead. We quote:
Work taken by Contract or by the Day. Ex
in Paris that lie would expect to see in feet.
R esolutions of C ondolence and all O bit -
perienced men employed.
In matter of application of Arthur
uary Poetry will lie charged for at regular ly to Jeffersonian principles is one of Chicago—also |>oiiits to the fact that
Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
the most remarkable proofs of these
state agricultural college on recommen
S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -R egis later times that the true Jeffersonians— ed westward at a rapid rate.
ter will be mailed to any person in the except one here and there, who still
Leuviug Chicago over the Illinois dation of Hon. J. W. Hobbs. Ordered
United States or Europe, who desires one,
lingers a grisly phantom on this side Central railroad one Is constantly ex that same lie granted.
free of charge
pecting to see the much read of enor
M ay 4.
L. I’. Fisher, Newspaper advertisiing the pool of oblivion, piping witli thin
In matter of application for county
a^eut, 21 Merchants' Exchange. San and feeble voice that no longer obtains mous buildings. When they do meet
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This recognition—are gone, utterly gone.”
his eye they seom insignificant, from road by petition of Wm. Nelson and 99
paper is kept «on file in his office.
Let us see if this is true. What is
All eubecribere who do not reccire their Jeflersonism? in looking over the enormous buildings, and their size does proved and tliat the following viewers be ■
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily.
paper regularly will eonfer a faror by im record we full to find anything that not impress you as does one large build appointed to meet at tlie Wright school
mediately reporting the tame to thi» office warrants the statement that the princi ing amongst a large number of small liouse near North Yamhill on Thursday,
Portland . 7.00 p ni San Francisco 8.15 ata
... 7.35 am
ples Jeflerson loved and advocated are
Thursday, May 11, 1893.
Above trains stop only at following sta
dead. He was governor first, then viewing a building as au individual Mulkey, A. M. Waddle and Jack Forest.
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland.
M ay 5.
Oregon Citv, Woodburni, Salem, Albany
president, and nowhere do we find that member of tlie great whole, its size and
Tangent, Sliedds, Halsey, Harrisburg. Jun
In the United States there are over lie considered the former n higher or artistic proportions seem to grow tqion
In matter of letting contract for build
ction city, Irving, Eugene
fifty editors’ and publishers' associa more important office than the latter. you until you are awed by its vastness. ing u bridge across the Nortli Yamhill at
ltoaeburg Mall Dally.
tions. Nearly all of these are united in He was the author of the Declaration Soon your eye picks out the building in Cole’s place ]>er advertisements. Being
the National editorial association,which of independence, not for his state- but detail and the artistic taste of the the day and hour for opening bids,
Roseburg... 5:50 p m
Portland ... 8:30 a in Roseburj
... 4 :30 p m
will hold its ninth annual session in for the sisterhood of states. He was American architect impresses you to dered tliat contract be awarded to E.
Albany local, Dally. Except Sunday.
Chicago next week.
Collard for *348, bridge to be built,
secretary of state in the cabinet of the
9: p m
5: p in Albany.
first president, and he come to that of acknowledge that the ancient cathe cording to stipulations on file and to
. 10:30 a iu
The Popgun announces itself mod fice with the settled conviction that drals of Europe, tlie productions of tlie completed by July 1st. T. IV. Perry ap
estly as a convert to the people’s party. the republican form of government is greatest artists the world has known, pointed superintendent.
billing Cars un Ogden Route,
This is well. A young stripling out on the only form of government that is possesses no [toiuts of excellence over
In matter of petition of G. H. Seeley
Pullman Buffet Sletpers,
the i>olitical sea without a home is a not robltery and violence organized, the buildings erected by Chicago for a and others for county road. Bonds fixed
Second Class Sleeping Care
sad thing to contemplate, With two He found a distrust of republican gov- moment’s show. The show is opened at *100 and approved. Ordered that A.
Attached to all Through Trains
organs in the county and both of them eminent prevalent in society, and fre but tlie exhibits are not yet in proper W. Kotli, Isaac Lambright and William
WEST SIDE DIVISION
official organs at that, tlie populists quently heard a preference for the mo- shape and they will not be in working Gilson be appointed viewers, to meet at
Between Portland and Corvallis.
ought to fare pretty well.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
net itself, where Hamilton dominated, casual observer they look well, but at 10 a. m., and proceed to view same.
Gev. Pea «oyer’s latest break is tlie
.. 7:30 a m McMinn'. .10:10 a m
the republic was accepted as rather a
MvMinn' . 10:10 a m Corvallis .12:10 p ni
talk of the nation. Whatever a man’s
temporary expedient than as a-perma see hundreds of exhibitors beautifying Velisa Shuman, witness fees. . * 300
Corvallis. 12:55 p m McMinn’... 2:66 p m
political likes or dislikes, one expects
McMinn’... 2:56pm Portland. 5:30 pro
nent good. Here Jefferson and Hamil and making tlieir displays more attrac John Derby, Tiling......................
to find in the executive of a great state
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
ton represented diverse and incompati tive. Tlie unfinished condition is very- O O Hodson, mdse................ .
trains of Oregon Pacific.
like Oregon, a gentleman. Butin the
ble tendencies. When he came to the evident in tlie machinery bull, where R P Bird, goods for poor.. >.......
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
present incumlient there is a disap
presidency, in his fine iuaugral address immense dynamos and engines are yet Christenson Bros., scrajiers for
pointment. If official courtesy or good
4:40 p niMcMnn ... 7.25 pm
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
lie said: “We are all republicans, we being set lip. We would not advise
manners fail to Influence the governor,
.. 8:20 am
are all federalists. If there be any the people of Yamhill county who ex Justice’s transcript State versus
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
respect for hie constituency should;
among us who wish to dissolve this un
but then lie respects no one except
12 75 40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
ion or to change its republican form, first of June. Tlie weather is still cold Transcript State vs Willis...........
The Eastern states, Canada or Europe
let them stand undisturbed as monu and tlie incompleteness of tlie fair, all
Cail be obtained at lowest rates from G. A.
tend toward making the impression Ben C Irwin pens and postage .
Wilcox, Agent, McMinnville.
That item for postage for the com-
Harding& Heath, printing.........
7 50 F'U.llxxxâ.xx
E. P. ROGERS,
Tourist R KOEHLER,
missioners seems to be considered opinion may be tolerated where reason
to be, larger. Thousands of workmen Union Hdw Co., scraper dist 8..
Asst. G F. & P Agt
Sleepers, Free Hecllrx-
worthy of an explanation, for tlie Pop is left free to combat it. Some honest
are yet distributed over the grounds
ing Chair Cars, Din.ing’
gun says that ten dollars worth of men fear that a republican government repairing the ravages of storms and the
Knapp, Burrell & Co. grubber
stamps will last a member of the court cannot lie strong—that this government
destruction caused by handling the im
and wheel for diet 14.............
rates or general information call on
four years. It doesn’t say which mem
mense amount of goods. Statuary I N Collard, janitor etc...............
WHEREAS tlie Circuit court of tlie state
ber, but we presume it means Mr. Per on tlie contrary, to be the strongest on made of stucco lias been broken and it
earth.” Is not this a living principle
It M Wade & Co, rope, pick, etc.
5 60 W II. IIURLBl UT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. of Oregon, for Yamhill county, on the 1st
ry, who, so far as we know, has not
of April, A. D. 1893, in that certain
is being repaired; great sections of cor Jas Minty, sheep inspector........
254 Washington St.,
suit tilerein pending wherein R.Livingstone
put in a bill for postage. Another to-day? What stronger ground can lie nice have fallen away and us fast as la N A Harris, lumber dist 6.........
PoBTiaxn, OngaoM was plaintiff and Emil Pfaff, Henry Wein-
found in the history of tlie country?
member is now on his third five hun
hard, Knapp, Burrell & Co. anrlThe Mitch
It is admitted on every hand that bor can do it; all these defects are R L Harris, medicine................
ell A Lewis Company were defendants,
dred lot of envelopes, at which rate it
being remedied and soon the fair will J W Fletcher material for rails. .
rendered a decree in favor of the said plain
will take about forty dollars wortli in*
10 50 from Terminal or interior Points Hit tiff and against the said defendant Emil
tled that point forever. But the difl'er- truly be a thing of beauty. Plenty of II Ruinmel, work dist 14...........
stead of ten.
Pfafl' for the recovery of the sum of *13,800.-
encebetween Jeflersonism and < 'nllioun- sterilized drinking water can be found B Clark, office desk....................
0« U. S, Gold coin with interest thereon at
the rate of six per cent per annum from
ismisso well snderstood that it is hard and tlie equipment for suppllying food City of McMinnville water,lights 13 80
A New York daily paper, taking up ly necessary to refer to it. Democarts to the hungry is perfect. As an educa Jno Livengood, road work dist 8 28 00
April 1st, 1896, and for *400.00 attorneys
fees, and *42.75 costs and disbursements
the idea conveyed in Flanimarion’s ex- throughout the United States are or tor the fair probably exceeds anything T J Harris lumber for dist 7....
and the sura of *312.00 as taxes, and fore
citing novel, “Omega; Tlie Last Days ganizing Jeffersonian clubs und socie that has been produced in this world
closing the mortgage executed by the said
Emil Pfatf upon the hereinafter described
of the World," lias interviewed a num ties, but where or when did you or tlie from it beginning. The torrid and tlie W T llasli sup salary dist 6.......
real premises to secure the payment of all
ber of the leading men in all profes Oregonian ever hear of the organiza frigid zones are side by side; every W D McKune liouse rent,election
said several sums of money, and ordering
Lin? to Take
sale of said real premises ; and Where
sions as to what they would do if sci tion of a Calhoun club?
country on tlie face of the earth is rep C II Dodd & Co plow for dist 13 20 48
as it was found by said court and said de
ence were to prediet to-morrow that
cree tliat tlie defendant Henry Weinhard
Long live tlie principles of Thomas
tlie end of the world would arrive with Jefferson.
buildings and the masterly way in J R Forrest, sup salary dist 5...
10 00 It Is the DINING CAR ROUTE. It runs lias a subsequent mortgage upon said real
premises hereinafter described to secure
in the next thirty days. Tlie answers
Through VESTIBUiro TRAINS
which tlie whole affair is managed in T J Henderson sup sal dist 14..
to him the payment of the sum of *4539.50
Every Day in live Year to
are various and curious, and heighten
gold coin together witli interest thereon
THE TWO WAYS.
J M Kelty rails for diet 13.........
from April 1st,1893, at tlie rate of eight per
the interest which is felt in the second
The beauty of the exhibits, their John Berry bridge timber dist 14
oent per annum and the sum of *200.00 at
part of Flammarion’s great novel,
That Desirable and Most Beautifully’ Located Property Known u
Gov. McKinley is very much dis- number, and of what they are compos Dorrance Bros., lumber dist 9..
torneys fees and the sum of GtM.OO taxes,
(No Change of Cars)
ami which sum.« are wholly unpaid and the
which appears in the May Cosmopol turlicd at the report that tlie secretary ed would fill a volume and is far be J LSteward sup salary dist 13..
said defendant now has a decree for the re
\ of the treasury is gathering data for a yond the limits of newspaper article.’ I J Pennington, treas salarv.........
50 00 Composed of IHXIXG CARS
covery of the said sums from the said
Emil Pfaff; that the defendant
tariff bill to facilitate the work of the will attempt to go more into detail iu Kirkpatrick post, relief.. ’ ........
A statement has been compiled frum ways and means committee when con my next letter as the extent of my visit
Knapp, Burrell & Co. has a judgment lien
.las Reed, work on bridge diet 12
hereinafter described for
the records of the postoffice depart gress shall assemble. He regards
this to the fair consists of three hours while , E R Burton,
(Of Latest Equipment,)
the principal sum of *150.26 together with
ment showing the number of presiden as a dangerous innovation on “tlie old waiting for a train.
April 23d, 1891, at the
j H Sharpe,
3 50 TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
rate of ten per cent per annum and the
tial postmasters appointed during the fashioned way."
H. L. H eath . I Chas lannb,
Best that can be constructed and in
sum of *24.15 costs and disbursements • and1
first two months of the present admin
which accommodations are for hol
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Park; Only five
the defendants The Mitchell A Ixiwis Co
Tlie country knows all about the
ders of First or Second-cjass Tick
istration and also the number ap|H>int- “old fashioned way” of revising the
have a judgment lien upon said lands
Thomas Fletcher Dennis, the Wash ; C V Kuykendall, sup sal dist 11
i*“5 main 8trect of McMinnville; By taking into eon-
ed during th. corresponding period in tariff. It was in full operation in the ington pensiou expert, writes in the
*150.75 together with interest thereon ?v
Fm® ^venues and Streets, the Sightly Situation and Love-
ELEGA.YT DAY COACHES. of
Harrison’s administration. The state committee room where Mr. McKinley May Porum thut private pension bills J McKern, blacksmithing dist 12
from the Sth day of September 1891, at the
•?’ Pleasant Home addition furnishes the grandest and
1 «0 A Continuous Line connecting with all rate ten per cent per annum and the sum ™ J?
ment shows that during the past two presided. It produced tlie new “tariff have recently been introduced in con H C Morgan,
of*21.8.'> costs and disbursements and the
?e,ly for tho8e de8ir‘ng a beautiful home. Pleasant
months 155 presidential postmasters of abominations" for which lie
sum of »25.00 attorneys fees, whicli said Fo7i^™^1Vlded1ln/OMrx^re-bIockH and is 8old
simply gress to benefit “soldiers, stepfathers, 'Joe Fetch,
have been appointed, as against 284 a|>- stood sjxmsor.
stepmothers, foslermotliers, children j Geo Braithwait, sup sal dist 12. .
34 20 Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secur hard. Knapp, Burrell ,t Co., and The For information apply to WM. F. BRIEDENSTEIN, Sole Agent.
pointed during the corresponding pe
Mitcliell A Lewis Company are subsequent
The “old fashioned way” is lor the over sixteen years of age; soldiers who
■ Cor. Third Street and Railroad. McMinnville, Or.
20 50 Through Tickek T° ,”:d froni a!1 PoInt4 to
riod in Mr. Harrison's administration. protected monopolists who till the re- had deserted, women not legally mar | C H Dodd & Co, plow for dist 5.
the hen of the plaintiff R. Livingstone
iuivusii iiiAu.A .n Al„PricA, England
that said court in and by su id decree of
The statement also shows that the av publican campaign chest to uppea r ried to soldiers, women who had been
«nd Europe can be purchased at any ticket foreclosure orderd tlie sale of alj said real
UTED SALESMEN !
«00 office of this con in any.
erage term served by thirty-nine ]>ost- in Washington, in jierson or by proxy, divorced from their soldier husbands;
premises hereinafter described to obtain
Full information concerning rates, tiini funds with which to satisfy tlie said sums
Local and Traveling.
masters removed by Mr. Harrison, to and write tlie schedules to suit them, soldiers who had served less than J B Stilwell supt salary.........
of trains, routes and other details furnished of money due said plaintiff R. Livingstone
our well known house
have been two years and eiglit months, selves.
Proprietors of The McMinnville
ninety days and soldiers not disabled
and tliat if after the payment of said sums firn, .l,L0~ne<,<1 "Ocopi,al ,0 represent a
claimed *3, allowed...........
A. D. CHARLTON.
so due said plaintiff there should then be nrm thst warrants nursery stock nrstclass
while the average time served by
This wr.s done With scarcely an at
Asst General Passenger Agent any sum remaining from the proceeds of and true to name. Work all the Year »100
twenty-eight postmasters removed dur tempt at concealment when tlie so call tells of eases in which the supposed
Smral Ofle« er the Compaay, Me, 1B|
to ' o KS
said sale the sum so remaining should be per mouth to the right man. Apply quick
First St.. Cor. Wahlnrtnn. P a W bba '
ing Che last two months was three ed McKinley bill was in process of con widow of a missing soldier applied for N K Sitton, excess of taxes.......
L. L. MAY
applied on the said liens of spid defendents stating age.
i Jacob Johnson sup sal dist 10 .. 20 it«
a- cording to their priority and in the order reiri"eiti’m,"I’ Flori»t« «nd Seedsmen,
years and four months.
struction. A prominent member of a pension only to learn that her hus Yamhill Co. Reporter printing
hereinabove stated; and Whereas there CThl» house is responsible) St. Paul, Minn
was duly issued out of said court in said
Situated at the Southwest corner of ths
the Manufacturer's club of Philadelphia band was still living and had already W L Warren, sheriff's fees
In their signed article in the Amity
upon and to enforce said decree of said
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
said with brutal frankness during the applied for pension on his own account i E Hendricks, clerk’s fees
court on tlie Sth day of April A D
paper the commissioners do not deny
last campaign tliat they made the tariff from an address which was promptly T W I’erry, com’rs salary.........
the County Court of Yamhill County, 1 sen, a writ of execution under tlie seal’ of
WILSON k HENDERSON, Prop».
one single statement made by the pu
20 80 In State
First-Class Drain Tile
said court and to me directed commanding
and paid for it and proposed to reap its furnished her.
me m the name of the State of Oregon to
llers of this city. The report that the
on hand at lowest living
sell as provided by said decree, according
indebtedness in July, 1800, was *12,-
08 02 Buras, deeeased, late of said Yamhjllcoun- to law, to satisfy.the above mentioned sums
It is understood that at the meeting Wm Galloway, judge's sal etc .
DERBY A BOYER,
Of tlie two ways, the country will
Mrs Bynunt, boarding indigent
«0«, or thereabout, is now qualified by
To Busan Carrol David I). Burns. Nancv of money together with costa the following
undoubtedly prefer revision by states of the republican liosses in Louisville J W Jones, sup fees....................
adding tlie Dayton bridge account,
20 00 Laney, Catherine Yoder. H. C. Burns, the
Beginning at a point whicli is north six everything first class
men in tlie interest of the people to re on May loth, each will 1« invited to A S Bible care of poor................
which, however, was not audited until
10 00 deceased, the children and heirs at law of teen degrees west eight chains from the
Dissolution of Partnership.
vision by mono|>olists in their own in give his explanation ot the great disas
latest STYLE RIGGS
November of that year. Tlie court
8 75 | Elizabeth Ogle, deceased, and to the un northcast corner of the southeast quarter
ter of last fall. As it is settled that ex- Yamhill Co Reporter, stationery
of section four m township five south
and appointmenes . Notice is hereby given tliat the partner
looks with pride upon the improve
President Harrison will attend, this Jno Sanfield, R R ticket for poor 12 00 said c hildren and heir« at law of Amanda range four west of the Willamette meriiii-
ship heretofore existing Icetween in
ments and additions made to tlie court
38 00 I.ee and Elizabeth Ogle, deceased, being, an, ami running thence nortli cightv-four
Tlie country is scarcely yet aware of feature may prove embarawing. Sev A M Waddle, sup sal..................
Attention Given to
under the firm name of W. T. Booth A Son
also, heirs at law of the decedent. H. ¿1 decrees thirty minutes east sixty-two chains
house and grounds, all of which have the rilipendousneM of the undertaking eral of the bosses have already declared
Btl.LS COXTINI BD.
lias this day been mutuallv dissolved. V 8.
j Burns, and their names being unknow
i<>c?,i1 ret,.r]n8- All accounts due said iirm
received due praise from tlie McMinn which culminated in the opening of that tlie chief cause was Mr. Harrison Otto Benedict, chain carrier
twenty-four degrees west fifty link.« distant
2 00 Greeting:
Y E ’*-' P.?','1 to W- T- B<»th
Betwecn E ‘n,! F'
ville pa|>ers, as has also every other the fair. The great fa ' lias already himself, with the aide assistance of Torn J Haney,
Whereas, H. C. Burns lias filed in tlie
will |W paid by W.T. Booth. All who
aliove named County Court his written pe
substantial and needed Improvement cost alcout *20,IM»,0UO. For twenty-one lteed nud McKinley. Should the ex- J II Flower, legal service.........
5 00 tion in due form praying for an order of hundredths parts of an acre at this time
by A. M. Waddell, thence south
ary 1 1893, are requested do so at ouce. We
in whatever part of the county. But months its creation ha.« employed a president modestly retire during the Jno Goodrich, excess of taxes .
73 25 said Court empowering him as administra owned
thank our many friends for their liberal
tor of said estate ot II. G Burns, deceased, twenty-four degrees east fifty links thence
we take it Hint what the grangers most whole arnij- of laborers, masons,plumb discussion lie will doubtless be able to
patronage, and bespeak for W. T. Booth,
to sell all the real property of said estate nortli forty-five degrees thirty minutes east
desired to kdow was why tlie levy this ers carpenters, blacksmiths, builders, read id tlie news|>apers next day some i North Yamhill leader, printing 10 07 hereinafter descrilied to obtain funds witli 2i chains 92 links to southwest corner of a edNsstM<imCTeb7.fiTfn that the “ndersign- who will carry on the business at the obi
tract of land at this time owned by Duncan
■ tand, the same favor* and kind treatment
year was twenty-six mills; but they engineers, architects, artists, decorators sulphurous and highly interesting opin H D Burdett, jxiles for dist 7....
20 00 which to satisfy the claims allowed against Ross, thence north twenty-three degree»
w . T bootm ,
; said estate and expense« of administration
didn't find out; at least there is noth —enough to build a «ity anti to people ions in regand to the services he ren ! Wm Campbell, guarding insane.
8 00 thereof, and whereas, said court has by or- thirty minutes west to the Yamhill 71ve7
I’. 8. B ooth .
ing in the putalisheil statement Hint it. There are nearly seven, hundred dered to the democratic party and the I Ames Road Machine Co, rock
I der thereof appointed June«, 1«I3. at ten
«ream to where the east boundary line of
throw« any light on this important acres in the grouuds and there are cause of good government.— World.
the court room of said court, in McMinn- the Donation Land Claim of Ephraim Foid M
the same thence south along the
subject. If, aa the court attempts to four hundred buildings there, some of
| ville, in Yamhill county, State of Oregon crosses
Mlle«* Nerve and Liver rill».
as the place for hearing said petition. at><i east boifndary line of said Ford claim to
show, the indebtedness of tlie county them vast ¡mlaecs such as no em|>orer
Notice to Creditors.
corner thereof and thence
directing proper citation to issue.
is only about *24,000, why tlie necessity ever dreamed of building, and one
Act mi u new principle—regulating
Now, therefore, in the name of the state west along the south Iraundary line of said
lord claim to the Center of toe «onthewt
for so heavy a levy? Of twenty coun which covers more than thirty acres of the liver, stomach and liowels through
Notice is hereby givan that the under. of Oregon, you and each of you are hereby quarter of section thirty-three in townsldn
"V r required
and appear at the
ties including Yamhill, sixteen have a land. More than sixty thousand exhi the nerves. A new discovery. Dr. I signed has been appointed bv the! Countv I cite 1 “
four south range four west of the Willano
for h.ear’ ette meridian : thence south to the north
I’ills speedily cure biliousness, j Court of Yamhill < minty. State of Oregon ■ ing said petition and then and there
lower sad three have a higher levy bitors have taken space, and every na Miles'
2 m '' Ment. We furnl.h an expen.1»«
Imd taste, torpid liver, piles, constipo •ole executor of the last'will and testament cause,
HeA°f 'm non«,i“" '-«"'I < l.im
trv th»nhno f0** n««d free. It oo.t. nothing lo
than our own county. Notwithstand tion under the sun which has auglit of tion. Unequaled for men, women, ami i eaweci 'a'nTuthat Ju-’l
TV’* <'OU oc ' ’ i ***’ , said
.V1"'"- We W1U treat you well. «»4
granted as praved of H. H. Hyde, thence east along «aid
'■•’•'«l.v <|nahhexl a« for in
i,’*rn ,'’n '«"re ordinary wage. Both
ing this, the Popgun, |>resumably l>y interest in human progress to show is children. Smallest, milde-d, surest! W i mebeiX-mor
pet-tion. to-wit: Lots five (5) north Imundary line to th,- northea-t cor ville ^Yammn^îi,’ H1* town of McMina-
wre , Li“ »«’',•, “» five at home and work la
I and all of lot six id i of block four < 4 > of the ner thereof and thence south sixteen <(»
authority of the court, states that Yam represented there. The citizens and doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers ' Therefore, all |»ersoii. having
“■>*• Any one any wberr
« _. are , excepting 22 feet a e fronting
at.. on Fifth street'
ffi«-’«*. five hundred and «even acres of land li
Two Hoi.?"’.1 ?*»'Of »»»»v. Man. have mad.
hill, “with the exception of two, is in corporation of Chicago have contrih-'
i against the estate
nremJIiih r,d “?’>•" • Month. So da., of
Wilton!YorJd. *re making •<> much money
the best condition of any in tlie state." uted *ll,0K3m outright and lent 5,0i<u
i ilersigned at tab residence near Whiteson. ed «• aforesaid
' whole as • The Armstrong Farm ' in Y»m
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n in the southeast
•••» .».ji cor
»* wor« ,or
The whole business of yielding to the «09 more to make the enterprise n xue-
in soul county, with the proper voucher. ! ner
------ ot said lot numbered six. and al.«o lots hill county. State of Oregdn
Datei April 18, 18æ.
an»* iih.. t ii<*7 honozabta. and pay. better than
Now therefore I.
1. W L.
I,. Warren, a,
Notice is hereby
that the under-
nnder ; mereior
Held wim o**red to agent.. You have a clear
Iiereccy given tuat
within s’x months from the date five (5; and six <fl; of block nine < 9 > in «aid
request of tlie grangers and publishing cess n-nrtl,. nr ,k.<
OI 1 nililitll
. 1 I
"ireiXii."0 '"“P-buon We equip you with
ortliy ot (ne greatne*« and glon- turned han been bv the County court (or ’
city, or town of McMinnville, and also lot«
a specially prepared statement, was a 1 of our time and conn try. It ¡»estimated Yamhill County. Oregon, dnlv appointed : .. Dateci
t>»XlniwrLhiS .‘."’’E1’' Pr,n,«d direction, for
«anl writ of execution and
May lltli. 1<B.
by virtue of said
seven (7 > and eight (8 > of block nine 19 > of decree
l,_°J>»yM faithfully, will brm»
and order of sale, win
will on .1
20tl | I Attorneys for said Estate.
that the total outlay, including that of
«f ■» -H - Wker de !n
very puerile proceeding.
Rowland's addition to said city or town of ’¡«• rev
wore ™TLU,*n W"1 *«y "«her badnea. I™
HARDING k HEATH, Publishers.
I On and after April 1st, •
i 1893,1 will sell my en- :
I tire stock of
BURNS & DANIELS,
w K it œî, i
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southern Pacific Company
F. DIELSCHNEIDER. t%
BELOW PORTLAND PRICES
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS,
Funeral Outfits, Stylish and Plain,
¡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. ■
At Reasonable Rates.
SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
( ) (). HODSON,
Through Tickets to all Points in
House Furnishing Goods
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Faints, Etc.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Work
of Every Description.
O. O. HODSON.
NOW ON THE MARKET
To ail FoiikJ Easl& South
AND FOR SALÉ
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
Pleasant Home Addition
Si FACTORY ÎS
Livery, Feed, Sale!
SSW; "fc'-t «S« X”“
the exhibitors, will exceed *l<m,on0,«00.1
Alt persons, therefore, leaving anv claims j
against said estate a. e herebv notified to
present them to me dnlv verified, at the'
for dyspepsia. Torpid liver, yellow
Shiloh's Cure, the great <-ough and office ot McCain & Mager., McMinnville. I
skin or kidney trouble, it is guaran lung cure, is for sale by us. Pocket Oregon, within six month« from thi« lltli
teed to give you satisfaction. Price 75c rise contains 25 doses, only 25c. Chil davof Mav. 1893,
Hohl l>y HoWorth A t'o-
dren love it. S. Howertb A Co.
McCain A Mager«, Attorney«.
Ahiiota's Vitalizer is what you need i
Ramsev A Fenton. Attys for Estate
Witness, the Hon. William Gallowav
Free ent ami cure Constipation «nd Sick-
of said County Court of Yamhill
Headache- .smnfi Bile Henna,
County. Oregon, and ihe seal of «aid Court
------- ~------------ hereto affixed, this the 2nd day of of May.
• •wfcliw tew mre-.o. « mbc , Mmn.
ED HF.NDBK Ks.
«!•>«« *»tc Ui> > St. a
Clerk of «aid County
»««•'«vt».ct UJK|J £
Ranisev A Fenton. Atf ys for «aid Estate.
day of May. A D. 1893. at the honr of one I
o clock p nc of said <tay at the - ourt hon» '
d<y,r at McMinnville, in said conntv «efi
"»’¿"»‘pre»*»’ elmve described ti the '
highest bidder for cash in f, 8 gold rni„ i
the proceds of said sale to be applied
the claim* a* hereinabove •tated
Dated at McMinnville, Oregon thu
13th day of April. I«3.
dm. ir • v W. ’■ W'RKF.\.
r’berirramhill County Oreg«
WE WIN! YOU
pre’pect.' Why not ? Ton can do m
indLore^^'^** Wf,,,k fo< “v He««-"*1'1’
free tn-n '
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