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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1893)
the soldier and Its Inspiration given
has led to mauj a victory on the battle lul.r.allnx Paragraph. from our County
field. It is liorn of love and la tbe first
For the benefit of the free reading
inspiration of tbe fond mother looking
Prof. Miller will make another bal- room, to be given on Friday, May 26,
t North Yamhill leader. May 18. ]
The public schools of thia city held into the eyes of her babe. Her oration
loon ascension iu this city Saturday 1893:
roHTorricK hoik ».
Vocal duet, "Wandering in the May their annual closing exerel«-» at the was replete with thought showing the
Mrs. F. L. Sapplugton left yesterday
time,” Misses Apperson.
From 7 a nt. to 7 p. m From 7:30 p.
opera house on Friday afternoon and l>ower music exerts.
Hicks C. Fenton, M. D., is iu the
Charles Howe made a strong plea for for Idaho, where she will reside in tiie
I Ui. to 8:30 p. Hl.
Heading, Hattie Clark.
I Money order hours front 7 a. in. to fl p. m. city and iu all probability will locate
Male quartet, selected, Messrs. Fargo, sisted of joint exercises by the interme “Our Public Schools." Millions must future, Fred having concluded to locate
Sunday front 12 in. to 1 p. in
[ Mail south closes at 9:50 a. in. Mail
[.oder, Coshew, Chandler
diate and primary grades In the lie educated in them, They are the there. She will stop off at WallaWalla
north closes at 2:30 p. in. and 9 p. ni.
Johu 8. E venden, father of our towns
evening were held the commencement safeguard of ou.' iiiierty. Schoolhouses and visit a week or so with her sister.
I Mail for 5:45». ni train closes evening man, J. Evenden, died at hi» hemo in
before at 9 p m.
C. C. Tailman Informs us that bls
exercises of the classes that completed are better than jails, It is a hopeful
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mall < lervais, last Saturday, aged 77 years.
College OH Cans, Miss Howard.
their respective courses of study in the sign that larger and belter school build hops which he plauted out a few weeks
■ at II ll in.
The county normal institute will be
Selections from Columbus school.
Cook and Columbus schools. The af ings are everywhere being erected. ago are doing splendid. They came up
held in this city, commencing June
Piano Solo, Josie Gortner.
ternoon program presented a pleasing When public schools liegln to decline well and are growing in flue shape.
20th and continuing over the 30th.
Dialogue, From Columbus school.
The weather the past week or so has
variety in the numbers rendered that liberty will fall.
M etuodiht E piscopal C hi sen.— Services Good instructors have been secured and • Vocal Solo,"The Prince” My rtle Hen held the attention of the large audience
Ora Whitmore spoke on the “Girl of been very favorable to them and yards
»very Sabbath at II a. in and 7:40p m, the meeting will be enjoyable.
present with increasing interest from tbe Future.” Frances Willard said “It generally are doing well. There has
I Sunday School al 9:30 a, in Prayer meet
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
Recitatiou, Ina Cooper.
There will be a public meeting at tbe
the beginning to the end. The teach was better for women to have been been a number of new yards planted in
B ev . S. E M eminoer , Pastor
Vocal duet, (Kucken) Messrs. Fargo ers and the pupils justly merit the born in the 19tb century. Yet tbe 19th this vicinity this spring, and all reports
ClMBBULAXD I’RUBYTKBIAN C hcbch —
words of commendation universally ex century girl has great duties to perform. seem to point to a spendid growth
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. evening to perfect the arrangements and Loder.
| iu Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
Dialogue, Columbus school.
for the proper celebration of the fourth
pressed for the very creditable program She should be taught everything that The bop yield this season in this vicin
Rev J R H ume , Pastor.
Piano duet, Misses Apperson.
and excellently rendered. belongs to housekeeping. The future ity will doubtless excel all previous
: B aptist C hurch .—Services »very Sabbath
Reading, Cyntltha Fellows.
The following brief synopsis of the girl should receive equal pay with her yields.
1st 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday School at
Shiloh's Cure, the great cough aud
I »¡35 a. ni.
R ev R. M c K illof , Pastor.
Male quartet, Messrs. Fargo, Loder, several numbers is given of tile little brother for equal labor performed. Let
lung cure, is for sale by us. Pocket
[Lafayette Ledger, May 19.]
the girl grow as does the tree—to a per
C hristian C hurch .—Services every 8al>
I bath at 11 a in. and 7 :30 p. in Sunday size contains 25 doses, only 25e. Chil
The Southern Pacific Co. has made a
“Sperience of de Rebrend Quaker
The opening number was a song, fect development. Let her be trained
School at 10 a. in. Y. 1‘, 8 C. E. meets dren love it. 8. Howarth A Co.
Sunday st 6:30 p. m Prayer meeting Wed
Strong,” Miss Howard.
“The Merry Brown Thrush," by the to eschew tlie follies of fashion. Then special rate of 50 cents from Lafayette
The matter of new thoroughfares
nesday at 7.30 p pi. Everyone invited
of Mrs. Johnson’s and Miss will this be a nation that all lands will to Newberg and return, on June 14th,
H A. D enton , Pastor.
leading to this city is receiving atten
that being the day of the A. O. U. W.
Grounds’ rooms, some 30 or more boys call the finest.
I S t . J ames C atholic C hurch .—Services 1st tion at the hands of our business men, for reserved seats.
“American Inventors” was the sub celebration at Newberg.
and 3id Sundays of each month, Second
To School Children.
[Sunday Si. Mary's at Corvallis
Fourth and at the meeting of the board of
Fourteen pupils of Miss Green's room ject chosen by Joseph Morris.
Sunday, St Patrick’s Church on Muddy.
trade held Tuesday evening, it was
thought the United States led all na
[Dayton News May 19.]
R ev . Titos B riody , Pastor.
Office of School Supt.,
plain to be seen that the roads would
tions iu invention. We have produced
Art itobiuson has returned to town,
i S t . J ames E piscopal C hurch —Divine
service ami sermon each Sunday at It a. be improved. Various committees are
a Fulton, a Whitney, a Morse and an and be says that he intends to bring
The floral department of the Oregon claimed a humorous poem, “Too 8lek
in. amt 4 p in.
in the field and tbe matter is being at
Edison. He alluded to the advance In suit against J. H. Flowor, Justice Bax
R ev . W. H. S toy , Pastor.
horticultural society^wlll hold a flowor
agriculture and gave all honor to the ter and Wra. M. Hamilton for conspir
W.-. ■ tv - ~— .it r-
. as tended to with the old time energy of
show in June next in Portland. A lib
McMinnville Grange. No. 31. P. of H., the McMinnville business man. There
ntsn of brains whose genius has ilem- acy.
meet in their hall the first and third Satur is only one drawback to the public In eral list of premiums is ottered; also two longing to Miss Mark's room.
The lumber for the Detmering-Adams
“The Flowery Festival,” rendered by strated to the world that liberty is con
day of each month at 10a. in. Visitors terest ill the wellfare of the city, it is medals of the value of twenty-flve dol
ducive to the fullest([development of building is at McMinnville ready to be
.1. T. J olly ,
spasmodic. A (steady working board of lars each will be given for the two best the pupils of Mrs. Johnson and Miss the mind.
Mas. M. E. K uns ,
Ground, was a beautiful exercise and
hauled here. Al Armstrong has been
trade would do more good for tlie city essays written by pupils of the public
“Hawaii” was the theme of an ex engaged to do the hauling. There is
McMinnville Cunip No 128, Woodmen of than can be imagined unless the work
A concert exercise by six little boys cellent oration by Auua Conner. She 30,000 feet to be hauled.
the World—Meet first and Third Mondays ings of a permanent board are familiar. graded and ungraded schools. Sublect:
gave a pl?««ing description of the island
of each month ; visiting brothers cordially Let every road leading toj the city be “What I think about Flowers.” The of Miss Green’s room, told what each
of Hawaii and something of the Sand
invited to attend Lodge room Third St
[Newberg Graphic, May 19.]
covered with a coating of crushed rock contestants not to be more than fifteen
J O Roocas, C. C.
“Nobody’s Darling,” a pretty and wich islanders’ history. She thought
The indications are that the cherry
T. J. B biuukvord , Clerk
and If possible compacted by a road years of age. These essays to be read
at the June exhibit at one of the eve touching solo, was sung by Christie our flag there and expressed tbe hope crop has been injured to such an extent
Caster Post No. 9 meets tlie second und
Selters, of Miss Mark’s room. The lit
by the ralus that many of the cherries
that it would again be unfurled over
Karl’s Clever Root, the new blood ning entertainments.
lurtli Saturday of each month at U. A. R.
will drop off.
The above information has just come tle girl has a sweet voice and acted her those lovely isles.
all in Union block at 7:30 r>. ni. All purifier, gives freshness and clearness
ismbers of the Order.are cordially invited
J. A. Estey had quite a severe attack
to me and I am desirous that the boys part well.
> attend our meetings.
Six little girls of Mrs. Miitthieu's
of hemorrhage of the lungs last Sunday
L S. D owning ,
tiou. 25c, 50c and $1. Sold by IIow- and girls of Yamhill county should en school rendered a pretty dialogue, “The poem gave expression of thankfulness night, but at last reports he was im
B F. C t . ubine ,
ter thia contest. All who do do so will
to teaehes for patient instruction and
orth A Co.
please hand their productions to me. Work Days,” the work of each day in expressed the hope that in future years proving.
A Club House at Netarts Kay.
Dr. Leon Smith, the big man of the
After collecting them I will, with the the week being cleverly represented.
Miss Brosia Pennington, of Miss may each still bright and happy be, Kiekapoo outfit, was in town Monday
aid of two or three other persona, select
The travel to the coast, especially to
Woods room recited “Whistling in
after his tents and other stuff left here
class of '93.
Hereafter all notice» iinnounc- Netarts bay, is increasing each year, from them the two best and forward Heaven” very creditably.
last fall. He tried to run a bluff onLee
Thia concluded tlie oration by the
ag entertainments for which an and this has put a new idea into the
The exhibition drill of young soldiers,
Smith, but failed. It seems that he
Amission fee is charged, all head of L. H.‘Cook, of this city. He Let us have a general effort made. The Harry Hobbs acting as captain, all members of the Columbus school.
had arranged with Lee to got him a
effect will be good, even if we do not
bituary matter after the notice is now at the bay and is building a
members of Mrs. Johnson’s school, was
new set of tent poles, but when he
T death has been given as a mat- house for the accommodation of the
very skilfully performed, the boys mak church choir the beautiful quurtet: found that the freight would be a little
“Come Where the Lilies Bloom.”
ir of news, all resolutions of con- coasters who prefer a house to a tent
ing a very pretty appearance in their
high he refused to pay for them, and it
Following this quartet came the ora
alence, wedding notices, cards while spending their vacation at the
natty uniforms. This was one of the
took a writ of attachment against his
A Freight War Probable.
f thanks, etc., furnished the seashore. The building will contain a
best parts on the pregram.
stuff to bring him to time.
“Modern Barbarisms” was the sub
ielephone-Begister for publica- number of rooms sufficient for the ac
Pupils of Miss Green’s room next
on will be charged for at regu- commodation of a family and these Sweeping reductions in freight rates represented the “Months” by appro ject of a well-written essay by Helen
[Sheridan Sun. May 18.]
Calbreath, who said that we. as a peo
nr advertising rates, 5 and IO rooms will be rented to the people of from San Francisco to all Willamette priate symliols and costumes.
report that they never saw
this city and vicinity who spend a
ints per line.
“Choice of Trades,” by a class of boys
month er so at the bay eacli year. With system have been published and they of Miss Mark’s room, very creditably speak of the post as an age of barbar any better grass at this time of the
Local and General.
the completion of the Cooper road the went into effect on the 23rd. Accord given by each as he told what trade lie ism. Yet we have our barbarisme, year.
A man named Hicks, says the Tilla
physical, mental and social. Our mis
travel through this city to the coast ing to dispatches this reduction was should choose.
[The “Little Beauty” organ atC.Gris- will increase and the trade of the city caused by a policy of general obstruc
shapen and distorted feet, our uncom mook Headlight, recently saw a big
“The pretty Moon,” a motion song,
In's, only $50.
with towns and sections west of the tion, which the Southern Pacific com by the little girls of Mrs. Johnson’s and fortable headgear, coliars and shirt band of elk over on tile head of Wilson
Dr. Micbaux of Lafayette was in the mountains will increase also This pany has inaugurated against traffic Miss Green's rooms, was a beautiful fronts attest our martyrdom. Tlie men river.
The Amity Popgun has put on a big
country is yet in its infancy when com delivered to them by the Oregon Pa exercise. The stage was filled to its ut though, she thought, are less barbarous
[Call at Weed’s grocery and examine pared to the east and our business men cific, with the idea of delaying freight most capacity. Their pretty white than tbe women. They haven’t the smear of People’s party war paint and
should follow the example of Mr. Cook routed via that line. This action on dresses bedecked with sto.is presenting agility to trip along the streets in tight will shoot paper wads for paper meney.
bods and get prices.
the part of the Southern Pacific is caus
skirts, nor the endurance to expose We don’t know on which side of of the
an attractive spectacle.
V. P. Lancefield will soon open a and reach out; make as great a country
ed by the efforts of the Oregon Pacific
neck aud arms in conventional evening fence we will fall yet. We shall roost
as possible tributary to McMinnville.
bee shop next to the cigar factory.
Mrs. Matthieu’s pupils in their dia
people, in connection with the valley
dresses nor the fortitude it requires to on the top rail for a spell till we see
Prof. L. R. Lewis,of Dayton,Is study-
merchants, to open the Willamette for
lace lungs and vital organs in a cir something to flop for.
Sky,” in which the diflerent walks iu
■g dentistry with Dr. G. 8. Wright.
of from 13 to 20 inches. She
Last Saturday afternoon was the
life were represented by suitable cos
(Dayton Herald May 19.]
The Baptist church is undergoing re-
time set for the ascension of the baloon; that the Southern Pacific has lost the tume und speech as each passed concluded by saying that the acme of
tlrs and is being painted and decora-
There are seven A.O.U.W. lodges In
but on aoeount of the high wind it was choice in positions and the first move through the gates improvised, received highest civilization is a well cultivat
Yamhill county, with an aggregate
postponed until the next morning. Be in the game is about to be played. The a storm of applause for their perform ed intellect, a pure soul and a perfect
membership of 350. Degree of Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Hull Johnson removed tween ten and eleven o’clock every Oregon Pacific people announce their ance.
“Patriotism” was the theme of a well lodges are six or one-third of the num
[their former home in Lafayette, last thing was got in readiness and the Intention of following up every ship-
Master Charlie Rohr, of Miss Green’s
ber in the state.
word was given to let go, and Prof. ment unnecessarily delayed and plac- room, took tbe cake in his recitation, worded oration by Clair Stilwell. He
began by quoting the words of Scott:
J. H. Hibbert and Wm. Foster will
,Mr. E. A. Walker, of Ionia, Kansas, Miller took his departure for the higher ing it before the railroad commission “Little, but Keen.”
[in the city on a visit to his son, E. C. and purer atmosphere above the clouds. ers. The Southern Pacific has takea
Pupils of Miss Mark gave a concert “Breathes there a man with soul so dead put In about 75 acres of potatoes this
never to himself hath said—
season. Geo. Foster will also put In
'alker, the groceryman.
However, when up about thirty-five precautions in this respect, and have recitation, “You put no Flowers on That
'Tills is my own,my native laud.’ ”
notified their agents to see that no de Papa’s Grave,” with marked precision
the same number of acres. Many others
The sheriff remarks that taxes will
He instanced some of themauy ways are planting large quantities of pota
lay is caused to shipment delivered b and unison in delivery.
delinquent on June first and all per earn all the money raised for him with
the Oregon Pacific for points on its
Next followed a laughable dialogue, in which the spirit of patriotism mani toes.
is wanting to save costs must pay be- out going higher, so, after nllowing the
great amusement, entitled fests itself. Boys of today will soon be
e that time.
stopped crying,” by pu called upon to guide the ship of state.
A Wonderful Kugine-*Cauuot be Sur-
rite Hotel Yamhil is being repaired,
If the youth be taught obedience to law
Since ite first introduction, Electric
pils of Mrs. Matthieu.
will lie more comfortable in the fu- cended, not seeming to be in any haste
there will be little need for jails and Bitters lias gained rapidly lit popular
», as changes in tlie size of the office,
Au engine exerting surpassing pow Caoper carrying the May pole and penitentiaries. The observance of our favor, until now it is clearly in the lead
flrma safe and sound. Those who have
amo' g pure medicinal tonics and alter-
it, are being made.
er it always a source of wonder, and
seen numerous baloon ascensions and yet how many are entirely forgetful of Maud Hobbs crowned queen, was an national holidays offers opportunities to asives—containing nothing which per
J. P. Irvine, on account of his con- parachute jumbs pronounee the exhibi
mits ite use as a beverage or intoxicant
tbe existence within themselves of an especially fine number. The floral dis
med increase of business, has thrown tion of Mr. Miller the most successful engine more powerful and enduring play was exceedingly beautiful. This
“Integrity and Decision as Elements it is recognized as tbe best and purest
-n the entire front of his store to ac-
than any ever Invented. Not perhaps exercise was rendered by Miss Peters’ in Character” was the subject of an ex medicine for all ailments of Stomach,
or Kidneys.—It will cure Sick
until they have experienced irregular
cellent oration by Josie Gardner. One Liver
Headache, Indigestion, Constipation,
pulse, heart fluttering, tenderness in pupils.
Malaria from the system.
ity taxes will be delinquent on the
The “Little Mothers” with their
shoulder and arm, swollen ankles,
knowledge, but deficient in moral Satisfaction guaranteed with each bot
; of June and at tliat time costs of
Notice Is hereby given that there will
tle or the money will be refunded.
ration will lie added. Persons hav- be an annual meeting of the pioneers of gry spells, smothering, short breath or manner that reflected much credit soundness anil lacking in prompt and Price only 50c. per bottle. Sold by
in side, when Its existenee is no
fixed determination will fail to com Rogers Bros.
unpaid taxes had better settle them Yamhiil county, at Oak Park,McMinn pain
longer to be denied, as the possessor
mand respect of those about him. The
ville, on June 22d, at 10 o’clock a. tn., must know be has heart disease. Mrs. teacher, Miss Green.
The Successful Ones.
"A seene in Court,” a dialogue, by person of integrity need never falter.
iy, If you have any cash and want on which occaaion there will lie a bas LeBar, Fitchburg, Micb., had heart
Iva McCain delivered in a very
fifteen years; had te hire house boys of Miss Woods’ room, was well
11 of groceries don’t forget that J. P. ket picnic and strawberry festival, and disease
Names of applicants receiving certifi
help; lived on liquid food, used Dr.
graceful manner a carefully prepared
Ine can and will sell you the goods eamp fire in the evening at Garrison’s Miles’ Heart Cure and all symptoms done. This was followed by another
cates at the public examination last
less than any competitors.
opera house. Program will be publish left her. Continued use cured her. dialogue, the “Old Fashion,” by Mrs. 8he instanced many ways by which week:
by Rogers Bros, on a guarantee, Matthieu’s pupils, in tbe rendition of
First Grade—F. A. I.asbier, White-
Ire. Matthieu was the recipient of a ed next week. By order of Executive Sold
who will give you a doctor’s book free. which the contrast between the old one may make others happy or misera
R. 8. C lark ,
son; Irvine D. Martin,Sheridan; C. A.
y beautiful hand painted bouquet, Committee.
style and the modern school was very
ply framed, from her scholars at the
tions go far toward promoting the hap Deach, West Chehalem; G. A. Pren-
Other papers please copy.
le of the school. She appreciates
To breeders of trotters it is reported
“The Seasons,” a song by 16 girls ar piness
Second Grade—Gertie Pound, Lena
• gift highly.
that there are no trotting stallions in ranged in fours, eacli four having a
gie Lewis was delivered in good voice. Pagenkopf, Mamie Welsh, McMinn
l. T. Jolly is in attendance at the
special feature to represent and the She thought many failures in life were ville; E. V. Littlefield, Lafayette.
We authorize our advertised druggist
te grange this week, which is in ses- to sell Dr. King’s New Discovery for Prince. I wish it distinctly under
whole closing with a full chorus; was owing to lack of energy and time wast
Third Grade—Maggie Lewis, Rebec
n at the Dalles. An effort will be consumption, coughs and colds, upon stood that I have a horse with whioh
in frivolous pursuits. Nothing
well rendered. This exercise was per ed
should be begun that is not worth com ca Peery, Clarence Mundinger, Luella
If you are afflicted no other in the county can compare, in
de to have the next annual meeting this condition.
formed by Miss Wood’s pupils.
with a cough, cold or any lung, throat
Lynch. McMinnville; Myrtle Price,
d in this city.
"Waiting for tbe 2:40 Train,” a dia
Dotba Daniels discoursed on “The Cora D. Vann, Mattie Stratton, New
or chest trouble and will use this rem blood or os a sire. He is the grand sire
ke local teachers' institute that has edy os directed, giving it a fair trial, of Longitude, 2:18; Montrose, 2:24 and logue by pupils of Miss Peters, was Rewards of Industry.” She treated
berg; Edwes Cary, Lafayette; Minnie
n called to meet at Amity on the and experience no benefit, you may re Sugar Pine who will go in the list and amusing and was a taking number. her subject under the heads of physical
Ettlegeorge, North Yamhill; Mary
many by Adrian, 6053. The old sire is Nanna Ungerman, especially, in tbe
ling Saturday, has been indefinitely
way, bringing Illustrations of what is Haynes, McMinnville.
refunded. We eould not make this of
tponed owing to the prevalence of fer did we not know that Dr. King’s doing well here notwithstanding the leading part did well. She represented gained Ry plodding industry. The fac
htheria in that town.
New Discovery could lie relied on. It false reports about him.
an old lady with cure alls for the ail ulties develop by uso. Persevering in Headache aa<l Dlszlnees--Fre<iaenl Ceas
es of Apoplexy and Paralysis.
dustry brings sure reward.
[emorial services will be held at the never disappoints. Trial liottles free at
ments flesh is heir to.
“The Pleasures of Knowledge” was
Rogers Bros.’ drug store. Large size
ra house on the coming Sunday. 50c and $1.
tbe|subject of an oration delivered by
The most recent and profound re
We call especial attention to our dress room, delivered a brief valedictory in Rebecca Perry. The true object of searches in this diaection by specialists,
r. Whitmore will preach. On Tues-
have developed conclusively that the
services will be held at tbe same
goods, notions, trimmings and shoe de aa effective manner and tbe exercises
render ourselves better, happier and
disorders frequently result in
ice and Capt. Ormsby, of Silverton,
Go to Montee’s and get your photo partment. In these lines we have un for the afternoon closed by singing a more useful. The fountains of knowl above
death or permanent disability. Dr.
II deliver an address.
vacation song, Mrs. Matthieu leading. edge should be kept pure and methods Miles' Restorative Nervine is the great
graphs taken; the finest In the city
This song sung in a rousing manner by of acquiring knowledge should be of est remedy for either of these apparent
J. J. Qualey, of the Ann of Hender- You will always Had us ready to please ried stock to select from.
ly insignificant causes. Nothing ap-
Just think of a lace curtain 3 yards 250 voices was a good closing to the ex tbe best.
i and Qualey, was in Portland last our customers. McMinnville, Oregon
Pres. Campbell then delivered an em- Sroaches it in merit. Mrs. W. E.
?k and secured an order for two BUYERS' AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR. long at 11 per pair, better at $1.25,$1.50, ercises.
ineatly practical address to the classes. iurns, of South Bend, Ind., who had
$2 and $3 per pair. All new this sea
THE GRADUATING EXERCISES.
b monuments, one at $800 and the
Subject: "Right Ideals.” He is an ear suffered from constant headache for
Long before the time for tbe begin nest and forcible speaker. His address three months, was oured by it. The
Rhodes A Rhodes are sole agents for son. Spring cloaks and blouse waists
er at $2,000. The latter is a sarcopba-
daughter of Daniel Myers, Brooklyn,
ail new this season. Very stylish.
ning of the exercises of tbe graduating was well received.
j job and is said to be very beautiful. the sale of lots in Willis addition.
At the close of the address the classes Mich., had been insane for ten years
classes the opera (house was filled to were presented to the board of directors and
G. 8. Wright, dentist, McMinnville,
IndianWarVelerans, Hembree Camp
was having from 15 to 25 Ate a day.
A. J. A pperson .
overflowing with the parents and and received their certificates at the Nervine cured her of both fits and in
III meet at Garrison's opera bouse, in Oregon.
friends of the several classes. At 8:15 hands of Mr. Nelson, prefaced by a few sanity. Sold on a guarantee by Rogers
its city, on Friday, June 2, 1893, at 1
Prevent and cure Con.tlpettou and Swk-
Dry oak wood delivered at $3.00 per
the exercises were opened by the ap woids of commendation and congratu Bros. Get a book free.
m. Officers for the ensuing year and cord. Leave orders at J. R. Booth’s Headache. Small Bile Deaua.
lation to the classes.
pearance of the classes led by Prof. Pee-'
At this juncture Miss Perry, in be
legatee to the state encampment are market.
bles, principal of the schools, followed half of the respective classes, presented
be elected. By order of the captain.
Hate given away at Kay A Told’s.
Estate of Sarah E Smith; J T Smith ky Prof. Buchanan, principal of the Profs. Buchanan and Peebles with cra May 20—Letta Wooley, 19; J. W.Wal
There will lie a Mikado social at the Read their add and go get one.
vat pins, to which the professors re
appointed administrator; bond fixed at Columbus school, accompanied by sponded, after recovering from the sur ling, 22.
tesbyterian church at Whlteeon, Sat-
The buteher shop of J. R. Booth »1200; filed and approved. E A Wood President P. L. Campbell, of tbe state
May 24—Olive Vanirla, 19; Henry
prise with which they were overtaken.
day, May 27, 1393. Music by the is at all times supplied with the best of
normal school at Monmouth, next in
The class then sung the closing song, Petit; Indians.
mity band and glee club. Refresh- meets. Game and fish in season, rec ward, J L Hoskins and B C Miles ap
order the classes graduating. When “Beautiful River,"after which they re
ente and ice cream for all. Every-
all had taken their several stations ceived tbe congratulations of their nu
mérous friends. Each member of tbe
le invited. Proceeds for the benflt
seat class was the recipient of many lieauti-
Baled timothy hay for sale at $14 per appointment filed; to be heard June6th on the stage and
Hundred Dollars Reward
ed tbe first number on the program an ful il flowers.
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be enred
ton by J. Wiaocarver. Good quality, at 11 a. m. Cltatinu to isoue.
Judge Wm. M. Townsend, editor of call and examine.
to the solos by Hall
Estate of Isaiah Waddell; first semi- nounced was a piano trio by the Misses
.. Is due ....
I ’s i'.r
CX-WA- A Care
Co Props, Toledo. O.
during the exercises bv Misses
ic Lakeview Fxaminer, was In the
Apperson, aud which was prettily ren rendered
tYethe undersighed, have known F. J
When your $200 watch need* repair- I annual account approved.
ty Saturday, visiting Mr. 8. U. Beach, Ing take it to ».A. Smith. All kind.
15 year«, anil believe
also Helen Galbreath and Josie him perfectly honorable
in all business
The first graduate to speak was Clau and
fe went up to his old home in Yam-
able to carry
buitjr. Small Bile Brana tScper bottle.
dine Clark, her subject, "The Greatest
Ill yesterday. Tbe judge is an old of jewelry repaired.
The closing exercises this year have out any obligations made by their firm.
Republic.” She briefly reviewed the been very satisfactory to all. The pu West A Truax, wholesale druggists,Toledo.
ar horse of democracy and is a posei-
history of the world, showing wherein pils and teachers well deserve tbe Walding.
_«e candidate for governor.—Airf/onrf vllle pharmacy are closing out their
Kinnan A Marvin, wholesale
stock of paints and oils at coat. < all
-p||C traveling public are now fully they achieved greatness anil clearly praise they receive.
druggists. Toledo. Ohio.
cure is taken internally,
s|lve to the fact that the Chicago, Un
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The members and congregation of the and investigate.
I acting directly upon the blood and mucus
Rhodes A Rhode, have money to ion Pacific A Northwestern line offers to their overthrow. Of course she made
Price 75c per bot
Baptist church will join in the raemo-
The Best Salve in the world for Cute,
the greatest re- Brui9eSi Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, tle. Sold by all druggist«; Testimonials free.
the very best accommodation« to the it appear that ours was
rial services at tbe opera bouse next loan on improved farm property.
is seen. She deliv- Fever
Sores. , T<
Jetter, < 'lutpped Hands,
When you want price« on lumber get public from and to Chlcngo, Omnhn public the world has
Sunday morning, and in union tem
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., San
her oration iu an easy and natural Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup-
perance services to be conducted bjr them of A. 8. Briggs as be will rave! and intermediate pointe, not only dur- ered
tions. and positively cures Piles or no Diego, Cal., say»: "Shiloh's Catarrh
Min Rose Trumbull In the evening at
the «iibieet of Minnie P*yrPnui"7i;
I*V'sraoteed to give i
¿he first medicine I have
"Music" was the
subject ot Minnie
rfpct satisfaction, or money refund I
. l .. „.„.. ia
the same place. Owing to repairs In Office with Jan. Fletcher.
-- the i_...
Price 25 cents per box. For sale ever f°un<* that would do me any good
the church, Sunday school will be held >
r-ne Small Bile Dean every nt»ht fora
It stirs by Rmrer« Bros.
| Price 50 ets. Sold by Howorth A Ca.
music was a common bond
: re-l sioum TorpM Lirin Me. pu bottl.
at tbe usual hour In the "ellefe chapel ' after mins, hurtr bottle.
Try Weed'» blended coffee.
If y«»u have real eMate to «ell, 114 It
with A. M. Peery*.
Th. Clo-lng Ex.rel... of ill. City
Have you seen the
Remember we have the famous
Wood Mower and Rake
Come in and examine them before buying
We are in Business and mean Business.
JONES & ADAMS,
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
If yourself or friends wish to be cured of
Liquor, Opium, Morphine, Chloral, Cocaine or
Tobacco Habits, seek only the Genuine Keeley
Treatment, which is the only safe, reliable and
permanent cure in existence.
Institutes, with moat favorable surroundings, at
FOREST GROVE and
ttìf Write for Particulars. Correspondence Confi
Is the best bred horse in the State of Oregon; of fine
form and finish and remarkable intelligence and kind
disposition. He is an unusually sure foal getter, and
his colts are all large and speedy.
'Hambletonian 10(Ry»- •
dike’s) lire of 41 2: 30 (Cha» Kent mare,
'Bona Fide, 720, sire«
of Humbert, 2:28,
and Daniel Boone,
»ire of Echo 2:274; Kate, dam of Breeze, <
2:24; Bruno, 2:29^ a (
Nelly M 2:28| and
Young Bruno 2:22j
Susie Owens 2:26.
'Volunteer, 55 »ire of St.
Julian 2:ligand 26oth (Lady Patriot, by Young Pa-
ers in 2:30 or better.
riot outof Lewi» Hulaemara
^Kate Darling, by Sherman Mor
gan, founder of the great Mor
A dirondack is the sire of Annie B, record 2:40; Adrian, 2:44; Ambler
2:444; Flora T, 3:35, and Ada R, two-year-old record, 2:47; also others
which sold at high prices, among them Cicero for $1250.
ADIRONDACK will make the season of 1893 as fol
lows: Fridays and Saturdays McMinnville; Mon
days, Sheridan; Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Amity;
Thursdays, North Yamhill.
D. E. SHEPARD.
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