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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1893)
telephone - register .
■ A. L. Talmage is in the city. His
what transcript thinks .
son, Ken, Is sick with typhoid fever.
ProcMdlnz* al th« Tsachers Local laatltato at
A. V. R. 3«y<ter, lu Editor. Write« «I HI a La«
While calling in the vicinity of the
Dayton, Novoabar as.
I THE PERPETRATOR FINALLY G,:TS
Visit to Mcfìlnn. lile.
i Star mills on Monday, Miss Eva Mar
The Y amhill county teachers’ insti
tin slipped aud sprained her knee. She
Speaking of the West Side Press club
tute met in the school building in Day
was unable to walk and the miller sen: be says:
' for a wagon which brought her home,
1 liis Is an organization formed by the A Traveling Photographer Leaves His Wife and ton, Saturday, Nov. 25, at 11 a. m.
where she is confined to her room.
publishers of the counties of the west Child, Commits Bigamy and Justice is As The short session was led by Prof. A.
N. I.owe, who presented his method*
, Capt. Harris, county recorder, Is a 1 side for the purpose of mutual protec serted by the Washington County Court.
of teaching history. This was followed
by a short discussion in which much
Tuesday he received direct from Lon- will be to their advantage in many West Side United Press.
interest was taken.
three volumes of “Capt. Cook's ways. The first meeting of the club
H ili - hiioko , N ov . 2D.— In Detroit,
voyages,” with a large illustrated atlas. was held iu Corvallis about a month Michigan, William A. Baker wooed ( The afternoon session was called to
order at 1 -30. The chair appointed F.
These give the first published record of ago,
at which time many little points and won a bandsome maiden, whom
°f Mo,1<1“y.T‘“«<lay I the voyages of Capt. Cook and were
J. Deach, Ed. V. Llttlefied and Miss
were brought out that have proven on the 5th of May, 1885, he led to the
e4,le"d“-v >*as had Its effect and published
by the British government highly
beneficial to ail pushers of the altar. At that time Baker was a team Alice Downing a committee on pro
101H8T EriscorAL C hurch .—Nervices
It was then decided to hold the
iabballi at 11 a. 111 anil 7:40 p 111, ajl tlie small streams are over their I in 1784. They are a curiosity indeed.
who were fort unate enough to ster
and his wife an artist. Her knowl- gram.
t School at 9:30 a. in Praver nieet- banks. The Y’amhill river is outef its
next meeting at North Y’amhill ou the
The great inducements ottered by
edge of portraiture she impart»«! to her 4th Saturday in December. A very in
ur««lay evenings at 7:30.
banks also and ia on a rampage, several
Krv. 8. E M xmingir , l’aator
Appersou Lave had their effect. Sev- membership.
husband and in time be became expert ,
ItalAtOI PaRSRYTRRtAM C h CRCW — hundred aeresof lowland being already eral lines of goods have been completely
The second meeting was held in Mc- with the camera. Some three or more ( structive class recitation was then giv
is every Sabbath at 11 a. ni. and 7 p covered and the river raising all the
en by Ml.« M. Corner In primary num
sold out, one of them being ladies’ Minnvlll last Friday and Saturday,and years ago Baker moved from Michigan j
linlav School at 9:30 a. >11.
ber work. Miss Corner is a recent ad
time. No damage to bridge* la expect- ,
R kv W H J okrs , Pastor.
cloaks. Other lines are being substi
to Washington, settling near Taeoma. dition
to the teaching force of the
■1 st C hurch .—Services every ftabbath eu unless the rains continue.
“daddy of the newspaper men of About three years ago he bought an
. in. and 7:3l> p. in. Silnday School at
and we feel sure, from the work
ni. Rxv C. L. B onham , Pastor.
we saw done ou this occasion, that she
BTtAN C hurch .—Services every Sab-
The window that has been covered for
a little tot ef three years, went on the
,t 11 a in. and 7 30 p. in Sunday entire stock of hardware, stoves, tin- 1 some time with a shade contains a rep the Corvallis Gazette-, M. C. Emery, of road, working from the Columbia river will prove a valuable accession, espec
at 10 - a. .......
ially In the primary department.
- • P.
- - S - C. E. meets ware and implements at what It will 1
the Newberg Graphic-, E. C. Pentiand,
north and east as far as Spokane. Au
representation of tlie great Ferris wheel.
stGilO . p. 111 Prayer meeling Wed-
Professor John Blough o;>ened the
bring. Lots of it is sold for half what ' The shade will be removed today and of the Independence ll'esf Side-, Hard- gust, 1891, found the tent near Vancou
rat “ 7.3" p :::.
in. Everyone invited
subject of Psychology with a well writ
H A. D mtom , Pastor.
t cost wholesale. YVe are sorry to see 1 the wheel will revolve. It is Li feet in ding
ver, Wash, where the child was taken ten and carefully prepared paper. The
amks C atholic C hcbch .—Service* 1st this fine stock of goods sacrificed, but 1
diameter and a novel method of display ephone -R egister ; Barnhart & Eck with tlie whooping cough. The sick gentlemen has evidently read and
ii Sundays of each montli, Second
y St. Mary’s at Corvallis. Fourth Manning says the debts have to be I ing the attractive goods carried by Ap- man, of the Y amhill County Reporter, one iuterfered witli business and some
thought much on this subject and it no
I, St Patrick’s Church on Muddy.
paid if the stock will pay them.
and this innocent lamb.
person. Be sure and see the start.
thing hud to be done. Baker was cross doubt has bad much to do in making
Kzv. Tims B riody , Pastor
It makes us sntlle te read about the
und jierhaps bis mood reacted upon him the successful teacher he has prov
Company B, O. N. G., of McMinn
innville (¡range. No. 31, P. of H. large potatoes of the state weighing two ville, is a creditable organization, aud afternoon a train, the visitors were met Mrs. Baker. At any rate they had a
1 their hall the first and third Satur- and one-quarter pounds. Some time ,
by the local fraternity. After the us bit of a quarrel, when it was agreed ed to be since he came among us. A
one that the citizens of that city should
each month at 10 a. ni. Visitors
ual greetings, all visited (lie McMinn tliat he should take the team and tent discussion was then entered into of this
J. T. J olly ,
feel proud of. Atjprcsent tho company
subject and many valuable thoughts
M. E. K uns .
on exhibition 6 potatoes, the aggregate musters 45 men, all active, athletic ville water works and electric light and strike out, while the mother would were expressed. The subject of pen
take the child and ge to Orting, near
weight being 19 pounds. If any other young fellows, who take a deep iuterest
manship was introduced by Prof. Al
innville Camp No 128, Woodmen of county eau beat this all right. These ' in military matters, and are well up in bank of the Y amhill in flic (‘astern por Tacoma. A correspondence was kept len aud after a short discussion the
>rld—Meet first and Third Mondays are the largest potatoes grown in Yam
tion of the city, and isa part of the en up and early this year Baker wrote
the manual of arms and field maneu
subject was closed and the committee
month: visiting brothers cordially
to attend Jxtdge room Third St. bill this year, that we have heard of.
vers. Capt. Heath and several other terprises of the city in which the from Corvallis that he was doing well on program reported the following for
J. (>. K oukrk , 0. C.
and wanted his fumily with him and
took us through their armory
Tbe harvest is over and the summer oftieers
the next meeting: Arithmetic, C. A.
pride. Concerning the electric lights, asked his wife hi sell her household
is ended and yet Burns & Daniels have the other day, where everything was
this writer did not take the trouble of goods und ship to Corvallis what could Iteach; Discipline, Mrs. Maithieu; Pho
>r Post No. 9 meets the «econil and not lieett paid. Therefore all persons found neat and in order, and fully
nics, G. FT. Prentiss; Com|K>sitiou, J.
Saturday of eai li month at <>. A. It. knowing themselves indebted to tbe demonstrated the fact that the rank informing himself to any extent; suf not readily be disposed of. This she A. Buchanan; Geography, 8. 8. Dun
1 Union block at 7:30 p. m. All
fice it to say it is a splendid system, did but received no remittance or invi
can. Prof. Dunean was also made a
•rs of the Order.are cordially invited said firm, not having made special and file of the Oregon National Guard though its incandescent street lights
tation to join him. Several letters committee of one to furnish music for
id our meetings.
terms with us to wait longer than Jan. is all right and an honor to the state;
I. S. D owning ,
I, 1894, must call aud settle their ac and that If the majority of people could
C lurini ,
ed with our high grade arc system.
counts before that date. We must see how systematic everything works But of tile water system we gleaned sent: Come after her, send for her, or
The secretary was instructed to pre
return her effects, consisting of cameras sent the paper of A. N. Lowe to the
have our money to carry on our busi they would'be willing to abolish the
the following facts: Of course the two sewing machine, beds and liedding. To
railroad commission and add the sum
30-horse power boilers that supply the this there was no reply and ull track Dayton Herald for publication.
A vote of thanks was then tendered
Loads of fruit trees pass through tbe appropriated for its maintenance to the steam for the pumps also supply steam
In calling your atention to our Lamps and Lamp
was lost of him. It seems as though
■eafter all notices' anuounc- city every day, it now being the proper military fund. And in this connection
the citizens of Dayton for courtesies ex
Goods we wish to remark that our store contains
he drifted to YVillumiua, in Y’amhill tended the teachers during the meet
ltertaliinients for which an time for planting, The prune and a]>- Transcript would suggest that Dallas-
the most complete line of lamps ever offered in
tsion fee is charged, all ple seem to have the advantage in could have as fine> company as Mc of the Hall double duplex pattern, with county, where his tent was pitched for ing.
J. B. S tilwell ,
ary matter after tlie notice numbers,but quite a number of cherry, Minnville or any other town, as she
sth lias been given as a mat peach and pear trees are being planted. lias the material to make it. If so,why day, or a total of 1,400,000 gallons every that lie was ’ there, and wrote him,
Bucklen’H Arnica Salve.
24 hours. The cost of operating this also the postmaster. The latter an
news, all resolutions of con- It will not be long before the West not?— Transcript, Dalia«.
plant, segregating as near as possible swered that he was gone, that he was
ce, wedding notices, cards Side counties will be able to supply the Shiloh’s Cure, the great cough and
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
anks, etc., furnished the Oregon demand and have a surplus for lung cure, is for sale by us. Pocket the expenses from the expenses of the married and advised her it she was his Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
In lamps, from the cheapeHt glass lamp to the
combined water and electric plant, is wife to look after him. In the mean Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
hone-Register for publica- shipment to the east.
ize contains 25 doses, only 25c. Chil- about $170. The average income of the
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
more high art designs.
illl be charged for at regu-
dren love it. 8. Howorth A < 'o.
city is about $400 per month. The cost Portland, she learned his true address, tions, and positively cures Piles or no
and IO Tha regular subscription price of the
Victor Central Draft Lamps
of the plant was $15,000, for which which at that time was Ligardville,thia perfect satisfaction, or money refund
T elephone -R hgihter is $1 a year and
bonds were sold drawing (i per cent in county. Mr. Ligard, the postmaster, ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
the Weekly Oregonian |is $1.50. Any
Need no tecommendation. Our large sale of them
YVork on the campus is still in pro- terest. Thus it will be seen that the was addressed and put in possession of by Rogers Bros.
one subscribing for the T elephone -
in the past season has fully demonstrated their
Local and General.
R eoistek and paying one year in ad gress. A wagon load of fruit trees aud city derives a net revenue of about $155 some historical facts, which necessitat
popularity. There have been many improve
shrubbery arrived last week to be put per month. The citizens enjoy a water ed a call from the sheriff. Baker was
ments for this season which are bound to keep
;e Townsend, formerly of this vance can get both the T ei . ephone -
R eciister and the Weekly Oregonian
arrested at Greenville, this county, hud
H Hurley and wife to F H Hartwig,
the Victor to the front. For simplicity in wink
’, is lying at the point of death
Miss Carey has been on the sick list being $1.50 per month, which includes brought before Esquire McQuillan, lot 1, blk 10, H A L's add to Newberg;
for $2. All old subscribers paying their
ing, neatness of design and durability there is
subscribtions one year in advance will the past week. Although not fully re all the water used about a place. What where lie was met by Mrs. Nellie M. $40.
nothing we know of to compare with it.
first semi-annual account of the be entitled to the same offer.
covered she is able to attend school better could a city ask. Some of the Baker and his six year old child. Ba
H Hurley and wile to J YVm YVessel,
of Jas. McKinley was filed and
ker on the Dth of October wedded Miss lot 1, blk 10, H A L’s add to Newberg;
We Request a
The meeting of the West Side Press
red Nov. 24.
Mr. Agee was unexpectedly called with things as they exist and want to Dora Varney, daughter of Rev. Y’ar- $5.50:
club’in this city Friday and Saturday
Of our goods and prices in all lines which we
I. Cook and family have return- nas demonstrated more than anything home Wednesday to attend the funeral dispose of the plant to private parties. ney, of Sherwood, on a license issued
YV T Landingham to John Malood,
handle. Knowing our ability to serve the inter
Don’t do it; if there is money in it for a by the clerk of Multnomah county. parcel of land near Amity; $400.
m Netarts bay and will remain else could the benefits to be derived of a young brother.
ests of our customers, we solicit your patronage,
uring the winter.
These facts he admits and they are
Jesse Edwards to trustees of monthly
from cooperation on the part of the
assuring you that trade will be highly apprecia
matters of record as well. His excuse meeting of friends, 4 acres, part J B
the fourth Saturday of December four West Side counties. Already sev with a big white mark for being on the city.
Friday evening the club held a pleas is that he thought his first wife had Rogers d 1 c, t 5 s. r 3 w ; $1000.
irnhill couuty teachers’ institute eral of our citizens have schemes for time once this term for eliapel exer
H Hurley and wife to W D Scarce,
leet at North Y’amhill.
advancing common interests. Let the
Mr A. McPhillips, a last year’s grad points that will prove beneficial to the has been in constant communication lot 2, blk 13, H A L's add to Newberg;
. Irvine lias just received 600 lbs boads of trade of the West Side cities
uate from the college, made a pleasant fraternity were discussed. Saturday with her till within a few months and
best roast coffee in the world. He confer, unite and speed the good work.
call Friday of last week. All were glad morning on invitation of President knew better. He was indicted and ar
Wm and Emma Galloway to H M
Dg it for 25 cents per package.
The steamer Toledo came up Tues to see him back safe from his trip east.
Brownton a visit was paid that old and raigned, and, pleading guilty, the court Franklin, 5 acres, t 4 s, r 5 w; $500.
sale—About 150 head of good day evening and upon leaving looked
Miss Nellie Latourette is unable to stable institution of learning, McMinn sentenced him to the penitentiary for
Celia and Mary Caldwell to Robard
sheep, price reasonable.
En- like one of tlie old time Mississippi riv attend school this week. We wish her ville college. This school is on the a term of two years.
White,.37 acres adjoiniug Carlton; $100.
er steamers loaded with cotton. She a speedy recovery.
If Henry Bros., Lafayette, Or.
higli road to prosperity that is encour
The United Brethren church, just
Ira and Francis Bailey to D L Sher
Ungery, of Soutli Dakota, neph- was completely covered with merchan
It has been decided to dismiss school aging to the faculty and others inter completed at Sherwood, this county, man, 114 acres, pt Henry Cooper’s d 1
D. B. Kingery, of this county, dise, eonsistingof wheat,straw, apples, Thursday and Friday in order to have ested. About 75 students are in atten will be dedicated next Sunday.
c, t 2 s, r 4 w; $1500.
•ived here to reside in the future. potatoes, eto. The railroad is receiving sufficient time for Thankgiving.
dance; they have a fine library of sev
The November term of the circuit
M E and Rhoda Cady to Fred Gran-
but little freight, and at last it can be
The Philerglan society is growing eral hundred volumes; au observatory court for Washington county convened hoy, 1 acre, pt I (' Conger d 1 c, t 2 s, r
. fillings and the treatment of
said that the McMinnville business rapidly.
Three new members were has lately lieen added, in which one of on Monday with Judge McBride on
•d teeth a specialty, Save the
men are out of the grasp of the monop added to the active list last meeting. the largest glasses has been placed, the bench. The docket ia a long one, 3 w; $50.
Fred H Granhoy to Y’amhill county,
1 teeth if possible. Clark A Fin- oly’.
The address upon Individuality by Mr. which will give students an opportun but much of the business is in the right of way in 12 s, r 3 w; $1.
Tne asslgment of Martin & Sunders Royse was highly appreciated and was ity of searching for undiscovered worlds chancery court. The trial jury w«c ex
Carrie E aud J A Hill to C A Wal
union Thanksgiving servicewill
and J. P. Sanders has been recorded. well worthy of special attention. The to good advantage.
cused until next Monday.
lace, st lots 7, 8, blk 16, McMinnville;
1 at the M. E. church this morn-
J. R. «Handers was an endorser of Mar debate is an interesting and entertain
There are other things of which we
A farmers' institute will be held in »650.
0:30. Rev. Denton Is to preach
tin & Sanders paper, so the assignment ing feature of the programme. The would like to speak,but we can’t crowd Hillsboro, commencing oa Wednesday
Superstition« of the Turk.
in conaection with the firm. The lia speakers observe the necessity of study three days into two days and have any Dec. 13, and continuing till the follow
Irvine says that tbe sugar war bilities of Martin 4 Sanders aggregate in order to get the most benefit from thing left, so we must simply say that ing Saturday. Tlie force from the agri-
There is uo land on earth where mere |
, but you can get y*ur 18 pound* $16,346, the assets are in the neighbor the debate and as a result it becomes
"Everything is lovely and the goose 1 cultural college will be on hand, as re superstitions prevail than that of the
ulated sugar for on* big dollar hood of $6000. Tbe assets of J. R. San more instructive * well as entertain
konks high” about McMinnville, aud quired by law, to assist in the success- unspeakable Turk. Some of them are
ders are given at $26,361, his personal ing. Next meet^gds the regular meet the west side editors will study up > ful conduct of the meeting. At that
interesting. If by chance a sparrow or
Warren left this morning for liabilities being $10,021. The assign ing for the elect!«« of officers. All the other items for their betterment be ' time the matter of putting an exhibit
swallow flies in the room aud circles
1, where he will witness the exe ment was made to J. J. Henderson.
active members are especially request tween now and the last Thursday and in the Midwiuter fair will be discussed.
three times around the room it is a
at the tw* murderers who will
A very heavy rain storm visited this
Monday the right arm of Duncan ed to be present, as all are concerned Friday in December, when they will I
sign that a blood relation of someone
g on Friday.
Ross, a pronllnent farmer living neur more or less in the election. The fol go down to Hillsboro and give brother ■ county last night and tlie small streams present is about to die.
roper and deficient care of the this city, was amputated Just lielow lowing programme will be rendered on Gault a shaking up.— Tranen-ipt, Dal - are booming.
There are many signs and happen
will cause grayness of the hair tbe shoulder. Some time ago the fin Saturday eve, Dec. 3.
ings that are supposed to predict mar
Strength an<l Health.
ldness. Plscape both by the use gers of the right hand were caught in
riage. For instance if a horse sneezes
A Little Girl’s Experience in a Lighthouse
Address, Mr. A. Sanders.
the gear of a chopping mill and terribly
l’s Hair Renewer.
If you are not fuelling strong and when a young girl passes iu the street
Bitters, if “La site is positive that her time is nearly
E. Martin and R. B. Hibbs kill torn. Blood poisoning set in and lie
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are the healthy, try Fllectrie
Duet, Misses Pagenkopf and Lynch. keepers of the government lighthouse Grippe” lias left you weak and weary,
ducks on the river Tuesday, cause of it the arm was amputated.
nntu come. If her hair becomes unfastened
Essay, Mr. Aiderman.
at Sand Beach, Mich., and are blest
ut the boat in at the Henderson He is now in a bad condition and tlie
with a daughter, four years old. Last directly on Liver, Stomuch and'Kid she knows that she will soon besought
and came to this city.
April she was taken down with mea neys, gently aiding those organa to per for, aud if she goes to eat a peach and
lng a man of powerful pbisique, lie
sles, followed with a dreadful cough form their functions. If you are af fl mis its kernel split, she is equally cer
. McPhillips and Nile Davidson
Debate, Question—Resolved that the and turning into a fever. Doctors at flicted with Kick Headache, you will
own th* river Monday and kill may pull through.
find speedy and permanent relief ln- tain tliat she will soon be wedded.
Mr. Glonn, superintendent of water Invention of Machinery lias been a home and at Detroit treated her, but in taklng Electrie Bitters. One trial will
teen ducks. They came down
vain; she grew worse rapidly, until she
and light*, has arranged to have a new
I’uesday and got seven more,
was a mere “handful of bones,”—Then convince you that this is the rentedy
fangled arc light sent to him for trihl. Mr. Williams and E. Million; Neg.,Mr. she tried Dr. King's New Discovery you need. Large bott.ts only 50c. at
and porcelain crowns attached
Weed and Ida Pagenkopf.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
and after the use of two and a half bot Rrogers Bros, drug store.
oots of teaeh, thereby saving the The light can be worked on the secon
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
dary wire of an alternating system and SUTER*’ and business director . tles, was completely cured. They say
extracting and the annoyance
Dr. King'* New Discovery is worth its
When she became Miss, she clung to Caatoria.
a 2000 candle power light consumes the
weight iu gold, yet you can get a trial
ing a plate. Clark & Finnell,
$45 cash will buy a first class organ bottle free at Rogers Bros, drugstore. 6
James O’Mera, a former Oregon edi- When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
current of but 5} 16 candle power in-
tients will attend to their irreg* , candescents. The light will be tried at C. Grtseeu's.
tor, writing in the Eugene Journal on
!th in season, less trouble will b* , on inside lighting as well as street
the subject *f Thanksgiving, says:
Hay, baled or loose, timothy or client
meed In arranging them iu the lighting. With a 22 arc light dynamo for sale. Enquire of H. Rumntell.
Since (• regon has been a stat* Novem
Nov. 22—Ella Halley, 2D, and John
arch or natural position. Clark running on street lighting McMinn
The success of Drs. Clark & Finnell
ber has numbered five ¡Thursdays in
J. P. Irvine is selling more crockery Brown, 45.
five respective years: I860, 1871, 1876, since opening an office in this city has
ville would have the most perfect water and lamps than aayltody, fer he sells
Nov. 23—Elenora I Fleming, 42; J.A.
More work has
1882 and 1893. Under tbe first state been phenomenal.
I arrives from the coast that and light plant in tbe state of Oregon, them at cost.
been offered than could be performed.
ind geese are there in thousands r
The McMinnville flouring mills have
Nov. 23—Louisa Menard, 50 and Jos.
When your $200 wateli needs repair
There happened no November ef five The latest methods and the latest ap
at hunters are having lots of resumed operations and are producing
ing take it to D. A. Smith. All kinds I>*wd, 22.
Thursdays, but Governor Whiteaker, pliances are somewhat different from
b’ive large elk were killed on unlimited quantities of that World’s
Nov. 28—Resa A. Pike, ID and .1. 8.
of Jewelry repaired.
didn’t have much fancy for Puritan the old school, and the great success we
ookout this fall.
fair premium flour. The connties of
Why ask your wife to bake bread Bell, 25.
have gained is entirely owing to the
ulated sugar 18 pounds for $1. tbe West Side should feel proud of the when you can get 7 loaves for 25 cents,
Nov. 28—Maren Peterson 42; Oscar
Woods, Grover and Moody, respeetive- fact that we are the only graduates of a Just
II compete with any house In 1 showing made by them at the fair. or 30 for $1 at J. P. Irvine’s.
had a five Thursday November within dental college in the city and are the An Overcoat
y, quality of goods considered, The West Hide Is th* best portion of
H. Rtrmniel desires all those indebt
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
their several terms of four years, and exponents of the latest Ideas in the
ve no cheap John g*ods to cut the state and with a proper effort won
ed to him to pay their accounts before
each of these appointed the Thanks dental art.
ders in th* way of immigration can be
M ii . ibap A C ook .
with Local Applications, as they cannot
December 15, 1893.
reach the seat of disease. Catarrh is a
us oxide gas administered fer ' accomplished next year. The large
Orin C. Skinner has a little more 4ft
All persons indebted to McCullough
inlem extraction of teeth, per- farms «an be cut up and what is now
to cure it you must take internal reme
oak wood for sale at $3.00 per cord, also der
dies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern giving day has been proclaimed by the A Malone must settle by the first of
afe, and often used for the relief waste land can be made to blossom like
ally, and acts directly on the blood ami mil president, the unbroken custom lias January, either by cash or note. This
old fir, 2ft, at $3 per cord.
.-e of other diseases. Refer to re- tbe rose. It will take a united effort,
cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not
Guitars, banjos and violins for $4.50, a quack medicine. It was prescrilied by been for the governers of the states to means business and must be attended
•I* physicians. Clark A F’lnnell. however, te accomplish results. The
one of tlie best physicians in this country conform to the proclamation of the day to.
newspapers 1*0 be counted upon to do $5 and $7.50 at C. Grissen’s.
decorations for the Tbanksgiv-
for years, and is a regular prescription. It fixed by the president, and to await
J. P. Irvine has sold about $4000 is composed of the best tonics known, com
II will be grand. Y’oung ladies their share of this labor.
Shiloh’s Vitaiizer is what you need
bined with tlie best blood purifiers, acting his superior proclamation,
tne water in .....
>ung men have been working on
Y’am'.iill river is worth of goods since he commenced his directly on the mucous surfaces. The per light, G»veroor Pen noy er has simply for dyspepsia. Torpid liver, yellow
fect combination of the two ingredients is been “a leetle too previous," he ‘ ha«
hr the past several day*. The now at a 1
skin or kidney trouble. It is guaran
what produces sneh wonderful results in
-night will be the proper exer- steamer Toledo 1* making regular tri- left yet at th* bard time* price*,
curing catarrh. Semi for testimonials free. played his own tone band.
teed to give you satisfaction. Priee 7$c.
- your Thanksgiving turkey.
Sold by Howorth A Ce
officers elected by Occidental about twenty tons of wheat and con- ehlne; cheap for cash. Inquire of Ira
merchandise. It seems 1 Earhart or Rosa I. Y’oung, McMinn-
No. 30, I. O. O. F., on Saturday siderable
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., San
Dr. Barker, a phenomenal spiritual
last last were as follows: J. O. that Independence and McMinnville ville. Or.
Diego, Cal., says: “Shiloh's Catarrh test and materializing medium, will
», N. G.;J. B. Fletcher, V. G.; WO.M be good point* for the Oregon, The books and the aersxmt. of J. H. Remedy Is the first medicine I have give a materializing «eance In Grange
Galloway, Rec. Sec.; J. E.Brooks Pacific steamers to make, espeetally Hen(lerw,
ever found that would do me any good hall, Friday night, Dec. 1st. A largo
it Is possible for them tomriy Uon and a„ rrwng lndebtw(
h,m Price 50 eta. Sold by Howorth ACo.
»cial Sec.; Elaia Wright, treasurer, when
Bearitiful Presents for Ohl and
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Han Francisco freight
- to the
.. of T are requested to call and settle at once.
jton Ixtdge No. 43, A. F. A A. M.,
For sale—A house and two lota in
If th* republican leaders are so sure
plank C street along it* property the merchants.
steamers, and the advantage of ship counta will be placed in the hands of
of their position on the tariff question
s middle. The farmer* are com
ping freight by their lines could thus an attorney.
why do they desire the democratic ad
ing about tbe mud along the
Y’amhill, Or. tf
E. C. A ppemon .
ministration to drop revision? The pa CLOCKS,
ling rack. The eattre width ef tbe be brought directly to the merchants
of , Independence
triotism of the republican leader« never PLATED WARE,¡"Z l ‘and
1 should be planked or rocked to
boro. for freight for the latter place we mu«t clw<e ottr lsw>k accounts at
interferred with their desire for power. JEWELRY, ETC, at th* low
I could be shipped from this city, giving ence. «u all person« indebted to us will I A hay horse, 16 bands high, blind in
•ting gold, platina, continuous the merchants the benefit of the Ore please call and settle their acevunts at both eye*, white spat in forehead, was
Yon are under no obligation* to
work, celluloid and vulcanite or gon Pacific rate, hampered by a short the old stand, Matthies Bros., ar with . turned into the field of tbe undersigned
~>r plate« made, from one tooth te haul of but 25 miles over the Southern Stow A Co. at (he lumber yard, on or on *r about Oct. 21, 1893 The owner
< w .’
WM. F. DIEL8CHNIEDEK, j
11 *et. Aluminum plate* are cele-
before November loth, after which 1 ef said animal ia notified to take him
Two doors Ea«t of Postoftice.
1 for their lightnees, strength and
I away and pay expenses, without delay.
cost* will l>e added.
G. W. O ld *. I
illty. Also goM-llaed rubber Pacific.
B ooth A L ambright .
Clark A FiuucU.
' ‘‘ tbe
erable diaeaaos, all(1 .hould, therefore
promptly remedied by the use of
30, 1893 Ayer.
1 cathartic Pill,. Those pills
grip.-, .re perfectly safe to take
roHTorncB hoiri .
«*'*>»'* all tendency to liver and
n 7 a 111. to 7 p. in From 7:30 p. bowel complaints.
1:30 p. m.
ey order hour* from 7 a. m. to 6 p. tu.
sutler for years froiu rheumatism rath-
lay from 12 m. to 1 p. m
aoutli clones at 9:50 a. m. Mail
han try such an approved remedy
•loses at 2:30 p. m. ami 9 p. m.
a» Ayers Sarsaparilla; and that, too,
for 5:45 a. 111. train closes evening
n spite of the assurance that it has
idan ami southern Tillamook mail cured so many others who were simi-
11 11 a m.
larly afflicted. Give it a trial.
In the wçt season is a neces
sity in house construction.
THE LARGEST LUMBER SHEDS
In Yamhill County are on
our yards and they are filled
with choice lumber that has
not seen one drop of rain.
When You Want Finishing Lumber
Or shop work during the
wet season don’t fail to ex
amine our lumber as well as
the product of our Shops.
Jones & Adams, McMinnville, Oregon.
We Keep Everything
To the Anarchists, Socialists, or
the Political, Merchantile, and
WE MAKE AS OUR
Our entire line of Men's, Youths' and Boys’ Ov
ercoats, Suits and Single Pants; All Hats and
Caps; The remainder of our Fall and Winter
Cloaks and Jackets; All Mackintoshes, Gossa
mers and Circulars, together with over One
Hundred Pairs of Boots
At 60 Per Cent
of Former Price.
JSisr>°L^ JANUARY i, 1894-
Or other goods here advertised will be sold at
the same ratios. All goods marked in plain fig
ures, and there can be no juggling of figure by
the clerk. These are Strictly Cash, not credit
Will Give Ten Per Cent
Discount for Cash on all other Goods, except
Sugar, Flour, Butterick Patterns, Spool Silk and
Cottons, which are sold at net prices. County
and City Warrants, and such produce as we
handle will be taken in exchange for goods as
A. J. APPERSON