Yamhill reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1883-1886, May 24, 1883, Image 1

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Local Correspondence.
DAYTON,
May 22d 1883.
Nichol i <fc Jones have just received a new
slock of goods.
The visitors to iht I O O F's Orphnn'r
Home dedication have nothing but praisi
f,.i the excursion and the oereiuonies.
Col. Taylor will build a new side-walk ad­
joining his residence on Ferry street.
Cue new warehouse (for which the founds-
tioim are aliuosl completed 1 will be a frame
building, Mixti.) feet and have a capacity ol
«¡.J.INO bushels in bins and 15,000 in sacks.
James Mooney has bought the Scriber
property for .$o00.
lu a ride into the country wo noticed that
most of the farmers were almost through
seeding. Early sown spring grain is looking
well. In a few instances wild outs were pro­
lific prospects are good for an abundant
harvest.
The band gave an open air ooncert in tin
park one evening last week. The boys ex­
pect to attend the band picnio.
XVe have made considerable inquiry aboui
fruit prospects and gather the information
lh it apples and prunes in some localities ar«
iihno.i a failure. Other fruits nut a full
yield.
Arthur Goudy. who Ims been with J. T.
Wan m for the last eignt months, goes to
the Metropolis to seek a business situation.
C om .
LArAYSTTE
May 22, 1883.
Mrs. Hall, of West Chehalem, died lam
Friday, aged 77 years. Mrs. Hall was one oi
£<• pioneers of *47. She leaves a large num­
ber of children and grand-children.
The building to house the hook and ladder
Irruk is now well on the way and will be. fin­
ished this week, weather permitting.
Df. Littlefield is still making more im­
provements about his dwelling. No doubt
Hu Dr. thinks the best way to live is to
make things comfortable and enjoyable.
A new business in this town is a gon-shop
by A. L. Hendrix. Mr. 11. propones to clean
and repair guns, and do any other work that
may come within his line.
Last Saturday one Frank Lebold, of Go­
pher Valley, or thereabouts. came to town
and complained of one Pat Casey, who had
suddenly and without due notice brought
the said Lebold’s head in violent contact
with a good-sized dornice. Casey appeared
yesterday before Justice Hembree, waived
examination and was bound over to appeal
before the Grand Jury.
Uncle Billy Buffin, of A no tj, paid our town
a visit Saturday.
E. X. Harding, of McMinnville, was in
town Sunday.
Now that the weather is good and the
roads are dry, us yonug folks take many n
spin out among the green fields; and or
Sunday we extend <-ur walk to the top of tht
Breymau hill, from whence one can see the
whole world and McMinnville. Dayton, too
is visible : and where Amity would be if it
was not a hole in the ground.
N at .
SHCHIDAN.
May 21, 188.3.
Rev. P. H. Burnett preached at the Chris­
tian Church, yesterday.
The brass band boys have hired Professoi
Kemp to instruct them for a month.
8. Potter is keeping hotel, and there is the
place to get a square meal.
Charles Graves and wife, of your town.
Vera up to the wedding of his brother Ed.
Eight teams were engaged last week ii
Ro ving oats in a field adjoining town, for R.
MoKune.
W. A. Graves, who has been sick for soiik
time with typhoid fever, is about well am
has been stopping for some days with friend;
in town.
Wm. Barret and Fife, of Hillsboro, an
visiting here. Mr. Barret was quite sick
Saturday night.
Edward Graves and Misi? May Parrisl
were married last Saturday eyeuing by Rev
Van Sooy. None but near relatives of th.
parties were invited to the wedding, lh*
hanpv couple were serenaded by the btMSf«
band.
Mr. John Jehie and family, of Illinois, ar
rived here a few days ago and have movec
into tho Gleason house. Mr. Jehie has com«
to stay and wishes to purchase a farm.
The base ball craze has broken out in
Sheridan, again, and the boys insist on.play­
ing on Sundav. to the disgust of Christian
men and women of our burg. Go out o:
town, txjys. Go ! Git!!
The millwright who is going to build Mor­
rison <fc Embne s mill, has rented the ok
Eads hotel and will move in in a few days.—
Me did not learn his name.
Maroellis Faulconer. of Nestncca, was ir
town last week and reports the road througl
the mountains as improving rapully and wil
soon be in good order.
The grain fc sown, the gardens are planted
the Howers are blooming and now is the time
for the laddies and the lassies to have thei’
May-day festivities and picnics. Pleas*
name the day. boys : the girls are anxious U
«how their new dress and bonnet. And s<
•«J we all.
Hon. D. M. C. Gault was in town several
jays last week in the interest of the “ Dai!}
Northwest News.” and established an agency
«nd the paper is delivered by a carrier—Ho
m^r Parrish, It comes by express on th»
cars and is delivered two or three hour?
••efore the Arrival of tho ma’ls. Other dai-
h*s will have to follow tMi of lo* their sub-
’criptions.
8. D as .
A1QXTT.
May 22d I*«-
Mix. J. L. Rollins is very sick with the
Dutch measles.
Bom, to the wife of S. M, Hubbard, « fin<
*>n, on the 20th.
Mi.w Dora Weston and Alvah Billings
were married last Tuesday, returned home
>n Wednesday looking happy.
Several of our citizens met last evening for
the purpose of making arrangements to have
i grand celebration at this place on the
Fourth of July, 1883.
President of the day—Wm. Chrisman.
Secretary—John Hale.
Treasurer—Th* »mas Jelligon.
Committee on finance—J. T. Rubles, R. S.
James, J. 8. Allen.
Committee of arrangements—J. A. Likens,
F. A. Cook. II. C. Edwards, Mrs. Eliza Rol­
lins and Mrs. Hattie Allen.
The programme will be sent out in due
time.
Died on May 12th, 1883 of Membrinous
croup. Little Johnny, only child of E. and
P. J. McCarter, aged 8 months.
Died on May 25th. 1883, Retta Henderson,
daughter of E. and T. B. Henderson aged 6
years.
A. S.
Under date of May 22nd, a correspondent
furnishes us the following batch of items :
Albert Billings, the hero of the recent
elopement, has returned with his young
bride and settled down to housekeeping.—
They have the very best wishes of the entire
community for their future happiness.
Last NVednesday evening Prof. D. H.
Hartson delivered a lecture here. Subject :
“ Russia and its People. A very fair audi­
ence greeted the lecturer, but Lis collection
amounted to but 70 cents.
The contract for building the bridge over
the ash swale, on the road leading from this
place to McCoy, was let to Mr. Rudder, of
Lafuyelta, for .^495.
Amity livery stable out of luck last Sun­
day. Several young gents embraced the op­
portunity afforded bj a nice day to take
their lady loves a buggy riding, two of which
met with disaster, the young foreman em­
ployed by Joseph Watt being most unfortu­
nate, being compelled to return in a lumber ,
wagon. The other young man, a machinist
employed upon the Reed farm was more for­
tunate, only losing the king bolt, but he
Joes not consider the accident a misfortune
is one of our dashing widows accompanied
him, which made the affair appear romantic.,
A very bad runaway, yesterday. NVhile
the team of Wm. Coulter was standing at
Lancefield’s store, it became frightened and
dashed down the main street at a mad gal­
lop, scattering everything before them.—
While turning the oornvr at the plaza they
ran against a tree, which brought one of
the horses to a stand still. The other broke
Loose from the harness and made his way
homo. The hack to which they were attach­
ed was badly broken up.
Mr. Buick, of Roseburg, is here buying
horses for the O. & C. R. R. He has bought
several fine span.
Arrangements have tesen made to re-or­
ganize the Amity Band, and they will fur­
nish music for the Fourth. The services of
Prof. Sibbetts have been secured as leader.
S hamus .
and if we were to attempt to advise the
light lingered {¿entlernan, wu would say, to
leave Yniuiliil quickly and quietly and say
■‘nothin” to nobody.
Pollard. Sunderland and others are after
the wild bee with considerable success. Yes.
neighbors, we’ll come with our biggest tin
bucket and help chop the trees down.
Saui Newell has left the hills and gone to
live with Stevenson. Sam proved up on his
place this time before leaving it in the care
of the numerous grasshoppers. Daddy and
Ira needn’t bother Sam’s cabin this time
with their blankets and frying pan.
Old Mr. Hays, late of Kansas and Gopher
Valley, but now belonging to your town
came up here a week ago to recuperate in
health and to sell old Nig. We do not know
with what result either undertaking was re­
warded.
Mrs. Pollard received a letter some time
ago from her former neighbor, Mrs. Baker,
dated at some town in Texas where she is
waiting her husband’s diagnosis of the state.
Mrs. Baker’s opinion seems to be that Ore­
gon, even the part of it that is in the High­
lands. is far ahead of anything she has yet
seen in Texas, both in healthful climate
and financial condition of the community.
W. Sappingfield and family of Marion
county, have been visiting lately with their
relatives, Mr. Scott’s folks.
Neighbor Charley has been dealing “Hig.”
some left handers lately. Well, may be we
have r.ot mentioned him as often as we
.should, but he has been talking to the girls a
gveat deal of late and we have been expect­
ing to have a first class item soon to make
up for lost time ; beg pardon Charley.
Hio. H. L andeb .
NEWBEHO.
May 21,1883.
Nice growing weather.
The blackberry crop about here will be
very light this season.
Everybody, except a few on very low land,
have their seeding done.
Unole Jimmy Hobson, of Salem, is down
l'IÎVr töSWA AL
visiting friends at this place.
Our neighbor town. Middleton, has waked
up from its winter’s nap, and is making
DH. W, A IS. WILLS,
quite a boom in the improvement line.
Mrs. Nancy Wiley and her youngest son, ikFFICE at F. A. Hill’s Drug Store, Dayton
Grant, were up at bellevue visiting relatives
Oregon.
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last week.
Miss Emma Deskin, who has been away to
work, has returned home.
Mrs. Charity Brown, who has been quite
ill for some time is some worse at present.
Grandma Hall, of West Chehalem, died
last Thursday, 17th inst., and was buried
Saturday at the burying ground near Dun­
dee.
Born—May 13th, to the wife of James
Tooze, a fine son. James steps around like
a young mun.
Dr. Jessup had his house moved to a more
desireable location, last week.
One of Lafayette Hall’s children is down
with scarlet fever.
Our mail carrier, Wm. Day, is talking of
running a stage from Portland to Lafayette.
There was a large attendance at the Band
of Hope meeting, yesterday. Several were
initiated. Our Band has about 90 members.
H. S. MALONEY,
IMYTO.V SALOON
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn- FRANK GILTNER,
Proprietor
ini’ companions cordially welcomed.
H. P.
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci«
Mtf.
gars kent for sale. When .you go to Dayton
call and see Frank.
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8PKA.KS A CO.,
House, Sign I Carriage Painters,
A MUTCHLER
W. D. FENTON,
PiClliC, To-morrow
To the Tamers of Polk and Yamhill
COUNTIES!
If you want the Rain Wagon, go to l anccf ieltl «V t ook’*, Amity.
If you want the Oliver Chilled Plows, allsizes, or the Cassidy Sulky Plow, go to
T.
, ...
I«anceffield & Cook’s, Amity.
It you want the Moline Scotch Clipperplows, both wood and steel beams; if you
want tlie old reliable Garden City Plows, ailsize-», go to I.nncefield A ( oak’s, Amity
If you want the lat ;st and beat improved Harrow, one that will fold up and will cut
any desired width, get the Rankoy Iron Harrow of
I.:tn< efiel<l A Cook, Amity
If you want the LaDow Pulverizing Harrow, 12 to 18Steel Discs, go to
Lancefield A Cook, Amity,
If you want a ilrst-elass No. 1 Drill or Broad-Ca-t Seeder, get the “ Monitor” of
• uincef ielti Ar cook, Amity.
If you want the Best, Strongest and Lightest Draft Mower, then get the Champion
Mower, of
Gnuceff icld A' Cook, Amity.
For the best Hay Rake in the world go tol.anceficld A; Cook’s, Amity, and get the
Tiger, Self-Discharging Sulky Hay Kake.
If you want the Best and most reliable and latest improved
CUE MeCOTlMICK,
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab­
stracts of Title.
Money to Loan at all times.
Collections made at usual rates.
29yl.
A. D. HOWARD, 11. D.
Phytdcian and Surgeon,
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
attend >n given to diseases of Women and
Children« All calls promptly attended to.
residence—at Mrs. Talmage’«.
H.R. LlTTLEFlELD,
M. D.
Lafayette, Oregon.
SVRGERV A SPECIALTY.
McM innville Brewery
.. hill ,
Beautify Your Home»
fl. Railroadx
A Cood Wagon Road to the Mill.
Address all Ordes to
YAMHJLL LUMBERING COMPANY,
DR. E HOWELL
Physician« and Nurgeon«
Building Lumber!
To any I*oin! on the li*. O. and .V.
MILK!!
The undersigned wishes to inform the pen­
ile of McMinnville that he is running a 3/llk
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
rhe best of milk at tho most reasonable rates.—
Those wishing to be supplied with the article
at once can do so by leaying orders at the Post­
office.
W. G. DAVIS.
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J. F. CALBREATH,
Lumber
Yamhill Lumbering Co.’s Mill,
WILK, MILK!
Littlefield & Calbreath.
frank
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STERLING F. HARDING.
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
NORTH YAMHILL.
Harvester and Twine Binder,
May 21st, 188.3.
GET
Mr. Hendrick, the County Assessor, made
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
‘ he town and surrounding country a visit
of
Lancefield A' Cook,Amity.
last week.
M’Minnville,
-
Oregon.
Mr. Myron Perkins of Tillamook, was out We will put them up, give von full instructions and start them for vou—free of charge.
We will warrant each machine to do No. 1 work and give satisfaction.
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
last week.
All orders promptly filled.
ltf
We will keep on hand a Full Line of “ EXTRAS”
Mr. Glandon of Salem is down visiting
friends and relatives.
and Binding Twine for the McCormick, so that you will not have to send to Portland
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
Mrs. P. Y. McCarter and Mr. Alderman, for them. We will sell on time or for Cash.
If you want the Improved Hodges Oregon Header, go to Lancefield A- Cook’« Amity-
both or Amity were in town one day last
For
the
Latest
improved
.f
t /' ok . v /; ys^r f,.j w,
week.
—and—
Quite a number of Odd Fellows from this
Buffalo Pitts Challenger,” Separators or Powers
place attended the laying of the corner stone
KO to
l.ancef icld A look’s Amity.
at Portland.
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
For Straw Stackers, Grain Belts, CylinderTeeth, all kinds of Belting, etc., etc., go to
(icefield A Cook’«, Amity.
Tidies are all the rage now among the la­ We have the Buffalo & Mansfield Steam Engines, Portable La
l.afnyettfl,
...
Oregon
and Stationary.
dies since a man that passed through town Sample Wagons, Plows, Drills, Mowing Machines, Hay Rakes,
Office—Jail Building, up «taira.
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last week learned them the art of making on hand. Please call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. McCormick Binders, Etc.
them for $2.
LAMCLFILLD A COOK, Amify,Oregon,
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Agents for Knapp, Burrell A Co., Portland.
Mr. Houseworth is putting an alley through
his orchard back of the houses winch will be
very convenient to get to the wood sheds.
A game of base ball was played last Satur­
day between a nine from this place and the
Forest Grove club, at that place ; the latter
■ » nc jw
club was too many by 7 must they expect
to play the return game at this place next
Saturday, May 2Gth.
Mc.VlINN VILLE.
OREOON
A Miss Martin of Lafayette, teaching in
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
t he Hutchcroft school house received a se­
Laughing Gas administered for painless ex­
vere cut on the forehead yesterday, by fall­
tracting.
ing backwards out of a wagon while coining
FL
OU
HI
NG,
CEILING,
ip the Castile hill. From what we can learn
the wound is not dangerous.
a
RUSTIC,
FINISHING,
At the last meeting of the IOGT Lodge,
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
the following officers were installed : W. A.
PICKETS,
FENCING, public to his new and fine stock of
Clark, W C T, Miss Iney Atkin. NV V T. C C
Rrown, NV R S. II H Burton. NV F S. Mis*«
DBV33- STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI­
\finni< Goodrich. NV T, Miss Mary Edwards.
-AND-
NV (’George I.aughlin, W M, John Haye, NV
CINES, CVTLERT. SCHOOL BOOKS,
I G. G C Smith, NV () G. Mamie McConnell.
R H S. Cora Smith. L H 8, Lou Duncun. NV
CIGARS
AMD TOBACCO.
\ 8. Alma Burton. NV D M. S L Smith. P NV
C T. Nights of meeting. Saturday. Dele
Pre.soriptions carefully compounded and
<ntes to the Grand Lodge, which meets at
charges reasonable.
Astoria. June 19th 188:1. Alternates, Mrs. H
F Bedwell and Miss Lou Duncan.
is now being manufactured al the
Uncle Aaron Payne died Friday night.
— BY USING THE —
May l^th 1883. He was buried Sunday at 2
o’clock at North Yamhill cemetery. It was
his request to have no funeral only pravers
it the grave, which was done by Rev. H. C.
Morgan. Ke wa3 93 vears. 4 months and 19
It will not erack, chalk er peel off, and
lirv- old. He was highly esteemed by all
who knew him. a straight forward upright Located on ths North Yatnhill River at Western Oregon Railroad Bridge,
present, a
Christian gentleman. A large procession
Two and one-half Mile E ist of McMinnville.
HARD AND GLOSSY FINISH
followed his remains to the grave.
T raveler .
OF
We are prepared to »hip Lumber,
THB HISHLAND3.
May 21st, 1783.
Grain, grass and garden snss are growing
W» have beat asked to dewribe an “ Ore­
gon drouth " and after consulting the "old
Mt inhabitant” and onr own experience
daring thirty years residence in the " ill.in-
-ttc Valiev we give the following : An Ore-
«on dronth usually h^jins with a rain al-
ways ends with a rain and is frequently ac-
xinipanied with rains from beginning to
end.
Mumps have been tronbling our Gopher
Valley neighbors for a few weeks.
The Highland school expects to picnic on
next Saturday.
Our road supervisor is beginning to stir
«he people Up.
We are glad that "S. Dan" has revived the
items in regard to the prospective flonnng
mills at Sheridan and kin«!red subjects tn-
t -rest us more than the c >st!y cablegrams
that form a good part of the body of the
■ big" papers.
Alxmt the date of onf last items neixh-
bor Stevenson made public the fact that
«nuMhidy had "hooked” about
dollars
worth o« b «eon from his smoke-house dnr-
ng his absvuoe from home. Johnny Kept
unm for awlnte hoping io secure some posi-
tiv** evidence but wrh not RacccuRful. How-
ever, straws show which way the wind blows
Counscloi at Law.
l)EPUTY OUNTY
SURVEYOR AND
Of fcp»«Sheri(lun, Vitniiilll Co.,Or<wou
Notary Public.
lilt
Mieridun, Oregon.
Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
McMinnville, Oregon,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER,
*• Real Estate and Collecting Agent, and No-
Good Work Guaranteed. Orders from the i.irv
PubUo All work pertaining to this line
City and Country sq ! idled.
13-ltf.
attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man­
ufacturer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. All
At a spelling school last Friday night, at
work done with neatness and dispatch Head-
the Brutscher school house, some small boys
âuarters under Odd Fellows' Hall, McMinnville,
out doors were using vulgar language. Some
•regou.
SOt
of the larger boys went out to try and quiet Att’y at Law & Notary Public.
them, when George Haeli, a lad of about 11
Office—one ¿oor East of Fmmiture Store,
years, out with his knife and struck Richard
Everst in the leg. just below the knee, cut­
NIcJlamiviIle, Oregon«
ting a severe gash.
Dayton, Oregon,
12-34tf.
Regarding that egg story, of which so
much has been said: Janies Tooze wrote
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
to the “ Register” regarding the shipment of
from the best material and beat workmanahip.
eggs, but an error of 27,000 dozen was made,
Painting and trimming done to order.
as the number shipped was 3,000 dozen. So
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC
what’s the use of so much fuss about it.
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
T eetotaler .
LAFAYETTE, .... OREGON.
T
Lumber,
J
INotlce
IOT1ABLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
Money to loan on good real eat ate eecuri-
Apply to
G. G. BINGHAM,
Campbell’* Building, McMinnville.
STAR MIXED PAINT
UNSURPASSED
B E A ITT Y
It. DURABILITY and CHEAPNESS i>
freely admitted by all who have used it. It it
prepared by tne union of Pure White Lead.
Oxide of Zinc and Boiled Oil in such propor­
tions as to chemically and permanently unit*
them. It nt offerc<l to the public as the
Laiayeuc
Oregon.
W. H BOY D, M. ».
SURGEON <fc PHYSICIAN
—up stairs over Manning'«
O FFICE
Store, McMinnville, Oregon*
Tin
PartieuUr <«»fnntion paid to disease« of wo­
men and Children.
If not in office, 3&n be found by enquiring
et either ot the drug stores.
P. 8.—Patient« have the right to have their
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
R. SHANE
rHOTOG IldPHEK
Has returned to his old stand—up stairs in 8i
monds’ building—with a new equipment of
utentfila tor his work, and is now prepared to
take
Pictures of
all Kind*.
From a small size tin-type t? a large Cabinet
Please give me a call.
36m6.
WELCOME
SML.OOM
Will find it to
YOUR ADVANTAGE
To call at the above Saloon.
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wines
and Liquors for Family and Medicinal use.
JOHN CJMiWrri«, Pronrleter.
4lt.
NO. 1 SALOON
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
(Succewwr to M. Feker,)
Third Rt.,
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McMinnville, Or.
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit­
ter«, Wines, etc., the market« afford. Also, the
tx»«t of cigars, and the justly celebrated San
Francisco Lager Beer.
OÏÏHTBAIi 3Ï0TÏÏÏ1
(Situated at the Depot,)
McMinnville,
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Oregon*
I., 1«, COOK, Fra*.
^pilH HOTKL l!H Fin.HT-CLA88 In every par-
Best Paint Ever Produced
1- tirular, being furnished with all Dionem
and netting tiefore it« guests only
It is convenient, being mixed READY FOR appliance«,
tne best the market affords.
THE BRUSH, of ANY SHADE OR COLOR. Sample-room for the especial ac<«ommodatioa
J. E. MAGERS.
ANYONE CAN APPLY IT.
of Commercial Men.
N otary P ublic .
Ilenmmlier the place- at the depot.
it is put up in 1-8, 1-4, 1-2, 1 and 5 gal. cans.
VIcVIinnville, Oregon.
13-3tf
HENRY WARREN,
N otary P ublic .
WAHREN & MAGERS,
Real Estate and. Insurance Agents,
McMinnville, Oregon.
Farm Land« oi all Hanse« lor Sale on Ea«y Term»-
A l«o. T ow n Lot«.
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
Legal Papers drawn with .Neatness, Accuracy and llir-
sotf
patch.
A Large Supply AlFtyi Ou Hand, at
B. F. HARTMAN’*
Shingles, Shingles *
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Good, Fresh Milk!
1 HE FINEMT «AWED «HIN6I.EK
«ver maiie in thia section ar. Bo* being man-
ufactured at
Having Fresh Cows, I am now prepared ti
furnish the Beet Milk at the Lowest Living
/Ute«,delivered either night or morning,oi
twice a day, if deaired. Milk separate Iron,
* i < in a« th<- clinp'«* and go<vi «« th« beat.
one cow, when requested.
Look 9L them.
Apply at my residence in MrMirnville ; nr
Fuq.iireof F. W. REDMOND, A««nt,at
all orders left at the |’> .-/office will lie prompt­ McMinn?ill«,
or of
ly attended U».
R. J. 8IMP8ON.
ftmlorS
MILLER A BOWERS.
Mm3.
Miller & Bowers’ Shingle Mill.