Yamhill reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1883-1886, August 09, 1883, Image 1

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Born to the wife of L. Denny, July 31at,
a nne daughter, weighing 10X pounds.
Elder Glenn Burnett will preach at the
Published Evory Thursday, at
Christian Church Sunday the 12th.
M c M innville :
:
o r i g o n Grandma Sanders. J, R. Sanders’ mother,
has been very sick for some time, was some
BY
little better oil Sunday.
JL. V. ZR- SIN" YDEB.
I. C. Robinson has a very bad hand, caused
( from a sliver or brier run in the palm of his
Editor and Proprietor.
nand. It has caused him a great deal of suf­
fering ; is some better now.
MI BSCRI PTION KATES.
Married—at the bride’s home, July 29th,
»2.50 1883, Miss Annie Likins and Baily Chaney.
One copy per year, in advance..............
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six months
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1JJ0 Mr. and Mrs. Chaney, may your boat glide
smoothly o’er the troubled waves, is our wish.
We learn that Mr. E. P, Wallace has pur­
chased 8 acres of land in the Smith A Phil­
lip addition to the town of Amity and in­
tend building on the same this fall.
Mr. Joseph Putman has built a new barn
LATAtBTTB.
on his town property and will build a resi­
dence this fall.
August 7, 188.3.
Nearly everybody except a few old toughs,
Joseph Barton has been put under bonds
like your correspondent, is more or less of $200 bonds to await his trial at the set­
doubled up with the cholera morbus, or some ting of the Grand Jury, for the poisoning
other kind of a stomach ache. As a conse­ of Thos. Levens’ dog.
quence the said old toughs have to get away
it is understood that the stores
with all cuoumbers, green apples and such are J believe
to be kept closed on the Sabbath at this
truck, because the delicate dude stomach is place
yet there are those that trample
not able to encounter the gripes and twinges on this ; and
law. We noticed that on last Sun
of the green fruit species.
day evening the store opposite the post office
Last week “typo” A. Westerfield had was open.
quite a severe time with the cholera morbus,
Mrs. Lucy Walling died at her son, N.
or something like it,—green apples, of course Walling
’s. July 30,
1883.
Had she
—and Willie, his brother, had to turn out lived until
she would have been
and help the “ Register” to get out in time. 94 years old. September,
She
was
the
mother
of George
Alex is better now and the country is safe Walling of Portland, and John and
Nelson
again.
Walling of this place.
A. S.
In the case (Equity) between J. H. Olds
and West Carey, Judge Boise ruled that the
town of St. Joseph, this county, never had a
DAYTON.
legal existence as a town. The reasons, if
correct, will leave many a town out in the
August 6,188.3.
cold, and render many town incorporations Ex-Sheriff Kelty, of Lafayette, was in
worthless.
town one day last week.
Dr. Calbreath and familv, and Jeff Harris
F. A. Hill returned from Ilwaco last
and family returned from the coast yester­ Wednesday.
day. and report themselves highly pleased
S. W. Crane, of Portland, was in town last
with the trip.
When Doc. and Jeff returned we supposed week, looking after his milling interests at
this
place.
that all were in until we counted nosesand
found John Bird was missing, but he will be
A. R. Logan. Esq., of your town, paid us a
back in a few days.
fiying visit last Thursday.
Yesterday Sheriff Collard brought Ed.
Miss Belle Jones, of Eola, is visiting
Shermam in and lodged him in jail. You friends at this place.
will remember that some time ago Ed, in one
of his drunken sprees, took a horse from the Mrs. Henry Shank is seriously ill with
pasture of S. Allen, near Amity,rode the ani­ typhoid fever. Dr. Odell is attending her.
mal to Portland, thence to Hillsboro, where
Mrs. Frank Huddleson returned from a
.he sold him to Joe Petoh.
Mr. A. followed
td her sister, at Independence, last
.the hor»e and recovered him, and was satis­ visit
week.
fied; but Mr. Patch was not so well satisfied
rfmd so had a warrant issued for the arrest of
Pete Davis, Esq., who was formerly em­
Ed. Last week Sheriff Collard heard of ployed on the Narrow Gauge as engineer, but
him at Oregon City where he was found and who has been in southern California for the
brought up yesterday.
last two years, was here visiting acquain­
This news will be a hard blow to the young tances last week.
man’»? relatives, who are all very respectable
people, living in this county, and who, I am Our young friend, John Palmer, who has
sure, tried to lead him in the right way ; been employed on the Narrow Gauge as en­
but bad company and strong drink had a gineer for the past three years, is visiting his
greater influence than they and he was led mother and numerous friends at this place.
astray. It is likely that this matter is more
Col. Chris. Taylor left for San Francisco
the result of a drunken spree than of crimi­ to-day. Ha will be absent about four weeks,
nal intent, but the law will hardly excuse it and will attend the Grand Encampment of
on that account.
Knight Templars, which convenes at that
N at .
city August 20th.
Luther Fletcher and party, who have bean
enjoying two weeks camping on the Nestuoca,
NORTH YAMHILL.
returned
last Wednesday.
Aug. 6,1883.
The“Great Eastern Amusement Combi­
Still it kee.'’’ dry and dusty. ,
nation” played to small houses hero last
We had n praity good thunder last Wed­ Thursday and Friday nights.
nesday night lor Oregon.
Pete Werf. while engaged feeding a thresh­
Mrs. Eva Hayes from the Grove is in town er, one day lest week, had one of kis fingers
almost torn from his band by the cylinder,
visiiing relative“?.
Dr. Mills dressed the wound and thinks he
Mr. Glandon mid wife, from Salem, are can save the finger.
down visiting relative#.
L loyd .
Mr. Art Barney, from the WalU Walla
country, is down visiting his paints.
Mr. Collins pitched his tent in town last
SHERIDAN.
Tuesday for the purpose of taking the pretty
August 6,1883.
faces of our young folks, and he has had all
Travel to the coast hnji almost ceased.
he could do, so far.
We were favored last Thursday and Friday Brown A* Sleppy lost by fire about one hun­
nights with the Moore A Lorraine trouba­ dred thousand feet of saw logfl.
dours. It was good and they had a good
The German prune trees at P. M. Scrog-
house both nights. They went down to
Chehalem and showed Saturday night, and gin’s, J. F- Bewley’s and Capt. Lafollett s,
left here to-day for Forest Grove, th© balance are hanging full of fruit.
of the troup are advertised to show here to­ E. R. Poppleton, nurseryman of Lafay­
morrow night.
ette, was in town last week or business.
The Smith Hotel has changed hands. Mr.
Mi» Minnie Butt and sister, of Nc-stucca,
•Chas. Royal is now the new landlord.
are visiting at Capt. Lafollett s.
Our butcher shop has again closed up. So Neirber plums, blackberries or apples in
now we are compelled to take bacon straight, the market.
only as the Lafayette butcher runs in once in
The dam across Mill creek to turn the wa­
-a while.
ler to Morrison A Embree’s mill is completed
Str. W. B. Rice has a bursted vein in his and waler will I kj turned into the race as
R'j'.. which is causing him a great deal of soon as the leveling and cleaning up oan be
trouiJe, He has not been able to work for finished.
about two months.
The outlook for a crop th* forepart of the
Mrs. Barry acompanied by her daughter, season was so discouraging that some times
left Thursday for her home in New Tacoma. it was thought there would be a failure, but
Mr. John Maddox had the misfortune to the fart'ie”, now the! he haw the sickle in
loose a good horse faft Monday in the moun­ the gram, is well satisfied and will have a
three-fourths crop and times will be as good
tains.
this fall as usual.
Mrs. M. E. Sheythe from Kalama W. T. is
Eugene Graves, of Portland, is visiting at
visiting at her daughters, Mrs. Wm, .Morgan.
his father’s.
Ball A Daniels have shut down their saw
Jt thundered, lightened and made great
mill. They will keep what few logs they
derations here last week and then
have only to till orders.
Mowed over «-jlhont rain, and it is smoky as
Mr. Frank Honseworth has the boss bam. ever.
he has given it one coat of ptint. It would
A number of threshing
will start
make a nice dwelling.
hereabouts this week, and perhaps new week
Fanners are nil busy now days. Il
we may be Rble to furnish you a thrilling
J?ood to hear the bum of th« thresher. Crop4* itenL
will be short in this section. Chas.. Kuyken­
We «re informed that Fuqua A Thacker,
dall had 50 acres of oats that went >'• ba«he|w
to the acre. We have heard of only two the owners of the Nestncci road, have it
piece? of wheat being threshed yet, which completed to within about four hundred
vnrds of the bench ; that they have a good
went T2 hatheU.
and ik*cure boat and will take persons to the
A crowd left hare Saturday evening from beach and furnish tlum with a good hack to
Portland on their wav to Tillamook. We travel any place they wish to go, free of
mw one from the houae of Thompson De­
charge.
Hart <t Co. They intend to be gohg pbout
Farmers having their grain destroyed by
two weeks.
hog» arg strongly in favor of the hog law.—
Mills A’ Howe are going into the chicken There is sow;** excuse for persons living
business quite extensively. They are hav­ about the foot hills where the country is not
ing fiO new chicken houses built on the Quin­ fenced, fix allowing their ho«« t j FHrt «1
by place. They intend to have 4JM0, 'They but none whatever for turnma them IqtQ a
«eetu to understand their t>usineas aachiekm dry Line where there is nothing for them to
raisers.
ent. to »»rank into the gardens and grain
Mr. Moore of Moore*» Veliev has sold his fields of their nnighbors. More ill feeling
place to Mr. Bowles, living tn town. We and tronbl- is engendered between neighbor»
bv breachv stock then nil other causec.--
hear he will take possession in October.
There are too mnnv men in this section who
Onr saloons are getting to be a grand nni-
to not care if their Mock ia destnmng
sane** eepecinlly on Sunday. It is a shame other pw^pte’» grain. If they ™id hear
and disgrace to our town.
what their neighbor» MY aM«t them, they
T rkveleu .
would oertoinly cb*i)ge the’.” conduct.
THE HEPOXITEII,
Local Correspondence.
ABKXTT.
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Aug. L 1883.
Peaehes ar? getting rioc.
Harvesting in this section has begun in
«arnest.
Mr«. P. Y. McCarter is contemplating a
tnp back to Canada, soon.
Mrs. Rollins was considerable better when
last heard from, having gone to Salem.
Mrs. J. Prindle has been quite sick for sev­
eral days.
NEWBERG.
P an ,
Llllie, daughter of Dr. Jessup, while play-
1 ar with a fork, the other day, let the fork
slip, striking her in the eye. It was thought
fora time that her eye was put out, but she
is getting so she can see out of it a little.
Jesse Hobson is putting up a neat little
dwelling house
Senator JeMup is putting a new coat of
paint on his house.
May Robertson lias just returned from a
visit at Portland.
We have decided to hold the lair this year
on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th of October.
James Tooze Is putting up a new barn.
There was a large turnout to the Social
Temperance Meeting, yesterday, and we had
a good time listening to declamations, essay's
and short speeches by members of the Socie­
ty. The following officers were elected for
the next three months: John Reese, Pres;
Julius Hodson, Vice Pres; Maggie Inglis, Sec :
Willie Newman, Treas.
There will be an Educational meeting at the
Friends’church, next Sunday at 4 o’clock p.
m., to be opened by Dr. Jessup, followed by
other speakers.
The following officers were installed for
Newberg Lodge No. 3<»*2,1 O G T.last Saturday
evening: John Smith, W CT. Ida Wiley, W
R H S ; Sade Smith, W L II S ; Mi s M A Hob­
son, W*V '1'; Julius Hodson. W S; Louisa
Holston, W A S ; Emory Hodson, W F S; Rox
ie Heater, W T ; Maggie Inglis, W M : Fred
Olds. W D M ; Samuel Hobson, WC; Walter
Robertson, W I G : Frankie Hobson, W OG ;
Nale Wiley, 1» W CT.
,
Mr and Mrs E U Hadawav. of Dayton Prai­
rie. are down on a short visit.
.T eetotaler .
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“HACKMETACK.” a laflffng and fra gran
perfume. Price 25 end 50 cents. Sold by Rog-
era <fc Todd.
Tliis t
IN otice
Counselot at Law.
BUSINESS Æ PROFESSIONAL
DR W, A ». MILLS,
at P. A. Hill’» Drug
O FFICE
Oregon.
Store, Payton,
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p. p. BINGHAM,
The stock formerly owned by George Ban-
gasser Jt Son will be disposed of
(Successor to M. Feker,)
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Third*!.,
DAYTON SALOON
Peoples’ Store.
I
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
Particular attention given to Convevancing
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
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At Cost,
McMinnville, Or.
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit­
FllA^K GILTNER,
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Proprietor ters, Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci­ best ot cigars, and the justly celebrated San
gars kept for sale. When you go to Day tor Francisco Lager Beer.
call and 6ee Frank.
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H. R. LgTrLKVlKLD.
M. D.
J, P, CALBREATH,
M, D
Littlefield & Calbreath,
For Cash or Produce.
Great Reductions are made in
PESÎTBAI. BOOL
(Situated at the Depot,)
McMinnville,
Physician* and Surgeons,
GROCERIES
I
Oregon^ i
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A fine lot of
I.« II, COOK, Prop.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
Lafayette, Oregon.
MJRKEUY A SPECIALTY.
McMinnville Brewery
ISIDORE ERTLE, Pito.
A MUTCHLER,
in* HOTEL IS FIRST-CLASS In every par­
AT COST.
ticular, being furnished with all modern
appliances, and setting before its guests only
the best the market affords.
Sample-room for the especial accommodation Hoots mut iSlioea
of Commercial Men.
Remember the place- at the depot.
Lower than Portland prices.
T
SOLD AGAIN
DRY COODS
“ Len’me yer knife, pipe an’ tobnccy, an’
fumble yer pra-ket fer a match while I load the
dudeen.” Which being intetpreted,means that
Cheaper than was ever offered in this city.
I respectfully invite the public to call and
examine goods anil prices.
Respectfully,
Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars,
W. F. BANGAS3ER.
Tobacco, Candy and Notions which he propos­
es to sell as low as is on sistent with the
10-ltf.
law of live-and-let-live. And having set up a
2 H. WELCH
KAttREK CIS A IK
Is prepared to do slashing and grubbing with
soda pop and oranges for sale under the Pho-
tngrijph^iallerv at McMinnville.
H. H. WELCH.
House, Carriage, Sign
17'oi* fSlftlo !
Ornamental Painter,
J. B. ROHR,
and
Dayton, Oregon
Has on hand fine Haoks and Buggies, made
Desirable property in the town of Sheridan
from the best material apd best workmanship. Yamhill
County, consisting of a blacksmith
Painting and trimmiog done to order.
shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
lumber
and
wood shod,
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
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Enquire of
CHAS. LAFOLLETT.
4«f.
Sheridan, Oregon.
MILK, MILK!
NIcTliunville,
l»r « r, TUCKER,
McMinnville.
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Oregon.
Painting done in the neatest style, on the
shortest notice and at the most reasonable
prices. Shop in the old Beary building on
Third between A aud B Sts.
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MILK!!
The uiplerslgped wishes to inform the peo­
ple of McMinnville that he is running a Jlfilk
Wagon from his farm to town anil furnishing
the best of milk at the most reasonable rales.—
Those wishing to be supplied with the article
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or at once can do so bv leaying orders at the Post­
'
W. G. DAVIS.
before the full moon, in each month. Sojourn­ office.
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ing companions cordially welcomed.
II. P.
Wit
W. M. RAMSEY,
Salem.
NO. 1 SALOON.
Offce—Sheridan, Yamhill Co., Oregon
For Lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh’s M’MinnvIlle,
•
Oregon.
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Bold bv Rogers
Manufacturer
of
Lager
Beer
and
Porter.
A Todd.
AH orders promptly filled.
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CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath
secured by Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Price
50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold by Rogers STERLING I. HARDIX«
a Todd.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, CONVEYANCER»
Beal Estate and Collecting Agent, and No«
WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and lary Public All work pertaining to this line
Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizer is guaran- attended to promptly and reliably, Also, man­
eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
ufacturer and repairer of Boots aud Shoes. All
work done with neatness and dispatch Head­
quarters under Odd Fellows' Hall, McMinnville,
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by Oregon.
&9t
that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the rem­
edy for vou. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos­
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker
Mouth. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
IMMENSE BARGAINS
E. E. GOUCHER, M. D.
INSTRUMENTS bought.
Physician and Surgeon.
loan ou good real estate securi-
I ’I Money to lu
Anply to
G.G. BINGHAM,
*y-
Has permanently located in AfcAfinnviJle
Campbell’s Building, McMinnville.
for the practice of his profession. All calls—
day or night—promptly attended to.
The attention of the public is called to the
Office—One door east of Warren A Magers immense bargains now o lie red at the
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CHARLES LAFOLLETT, office.
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negotiable
Beautify Your Homes
LOTS FOR SALK.
— BY USING THE —
I OTS Nos. 1, 2 and 3, in Block No. 19. Row-
land’s addition are offered for sale at a bar­
gain. Fine location near the depot—just east
of tfie residence of L. II. Cook, on the east side
of railroad track, on Third Street. The three
lots will be sold for $400, if applied for soon.
STAR MIXED PAINT
It will not crack, chalk or j»eel off, and
presents a
HARD AND GLOSSY FINISH
«H.OIIGE WILLIS Jr.
McMinnville, May 24, ’83— lltf.
OF
UNSURPASSED
J. E MAGERS,
B E A U T Y
IU DURABILITY and CHEAPNESS if
freely admitted by all who have used it. It is
A tt ’ y at L aw & N otary P ub U prepared
by tne union of Pure White Lead,
Oxide of Zinc and Boiled Oil in such propor­
Busiaass Promptly Attended to.
tions as to chemically and permanently unite
VI< yilNNVILl.E
OIIF.KO* /^FFICE—One Door East of Peat Office, them. It is offered to the public as the
Office of Geo. G. Biugharp, Notary Public-
McMinnville, Oregon.
¿Ovl.
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
one door West ol Furniture Store,
Best Paint Ever Produced
EUgting Gas administered for painless ex­
M c M innville
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O regon . I tracting.
It. is convenient, being mixed READY FOR
THE BRUSH, of ANY SHADE OR COLOK.
RAMKEY' A. BINGHAM
einorneys at Law
W. D, FENTON,
W. A. FENTON,
FRAÏTK A.. HILL,
Root
Shor
and
ANYONE CAN APPLY IT.
Maker,
It is put upin 1-8, 1-4, 1-2, 1 an<i 5 gal. cans.
AITOBNEY AT LAW OD NOTARY PUBLIC Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of tho
Nil t: It lit AV, OHTGOY.
LAFAYETTE, ... - OREGON. public to his new and fine stock of
A Largo Supply Always On Hand, at
The finest stock of Boots. Shoes, Rubbers,
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab- mas, stationery , patent medi ­
Elc, in Yamhill County
ttracta of Title.
II. F. IIARTMAW
Money to Loan at all times.
cines . CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Collections nitide at usual rates.
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Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
CIOAR* AM> TOBACCO.
neatly repaired.
Notice of Application to Purchase
Prescriptions
carefully
compounded
and
All work and goods warranted.
A. ». HOW ARI»,
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charges reasonable.
Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon.
Timber L«and.
31 m3.
Physician and Surgeon,
U. 8. Laud Office at Oregon City, I
Oregon, May 10, 1883 J
Notice is hereby given that A. 8. Bible,
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
of Yamhill County, Oregoh, has made
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attenti >n given to diseases of Women and
Special Attention plication to purchase the E. 1-2 oi N. W. 1-4
Horses Boarded
Children. All calls promptly attended to.
given to
by
the
Day,
ai
d
W.
1-2
of
N.
E
14
of
Site.
21,
T4
8,
R
7
Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
Week or Month.
Transient Stock. Will, Mer., under the provisions of the Act W
of
Congress, approved June 3, 1878, entitled “ Au
Art lor the sale of Timber Lands in the Htates
of California, Oregon, Nevada, and in Wash­
M’CAIN & HURLEY
Corner Commercial and Trade 8ts.,
ington Territory.”
All adverse Haims to said tract of land or
SALEM,
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OREGON.
JTTOR.VK VS ,IT Lei I»’.
any portion thereof, must be filer! in the U. 8.
Snt1staction Guaranteed
Lana
Office at Oregon City, Oregon, before
-and--’
Lata ye lie
Oregon.
the expiration of sixty days from this date.
Giveu
under my hand this 10th day of May,
NOTARIES PUBLIC,
1883.
L. T. BARIN,
Register.
Lafayette.
...
Oregan
W. II ROY», fl. » ,
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
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IndcrOdd Fellows9 ilnll,
DR. E HOWELL
GAINES FISHER,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable-
BOSS SALOON
SURGEON A PHYSICIAN,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
McMinnville,
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Custer
J. < COOPER
Oregon,
riFFICE —tin stairs over Manning’s Tin
’ ’ Store, McMinnville, Oregon
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
r MOLTNER, Prop..
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo­
Corner Thkd and B jtreetSj
men and Children.
The Finest Wines, Liquorsand Cigars kept
nCMINNVfLTK
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e
OHEGON.
If not in office, ^an bej found by enquiring
constantly on hand.
13-4m3.
New house! New furniture! unwrpsHed ip st either of the drug stores.
P. 8. —Patients )»«ve the right to have tbeir
the country. Rates—$1 to #2 per day, accord
mg to room. Single meal«, 2> cents, L<dg- Prescriptions filled where they choose.
ing, 25 to 50 cents, according to room. Board
and Lodging. S4 to 1«, per week. Fine Sample
VfrVIiiinville, Oregon,
Rooms ond superior accommodati'-ns for com­
mercial men, »Supper furnished Balls and
Is now prepared to furnish music for Pic-Nies,
parties at reasonable rates. Give me a call
Celebration», eto., on short notice aud »t rea­
and see for yourselves.
PHOTOG /{ J!• HEH sonable rates. Address
County Surveyor
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CIVIL ENGINEER,
Post Band
McMinnville. Or.
R. SHANE,
NEW BILLIARD HALL
1»
JOHNSON’S BRICK,
Has returned to his old stand-up stairs in 8i
monda’ building—with a new equipment oi
utensili lur his work, "nd is now prepared to
take
Picture* of
all Kind*.
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A, V. H. *NYI z.H, l.erder,
McMinnville, Oregon.
I
U omt S olas T ransit .
I have all the field note»
of the Public Snrveva of
Yamhill county, and am
prepared to do Fi rat-Claw
work on short notice and
reasonable terms.
VALI. OURLEr,
r«**, R. V.
HENRY WARREN,
J. E. MAGERS.
N ota nr P ublic .
N otary P ublic .
WAHREN & MAGERS,
Lafayette. Oregon.
From & small size tin-type to a large Cabinet
The Purest Wine* and Liquor« kept eonRlant-
Please give me a call.
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ly on hand. Cigar« of the best brands and one
of the best Billiard Tables in the State, found
here.
JOHN HULERY,
IVLLCO^E s^troo.v.
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Proprietor.
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Real Estate and Insuranco Agents,
McMinnville, Oregon.
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Anr.fi. 1*3
• Xotirc to Hunter*
Farm Land, oí nil cla«««<•• for Kale on Eany Term»
ft «prinkled a few drop* and thundered n I
Notice i« hereby fiy»*n that all persons tre«-
deal one 'lav la«t week.
pawnf upon my pr»-mi«e«—the Young farm,
A I mo , T ow n Lot««.
Mb» Mnmruln Hadley bn« rone to Forest , on th* south ride of th»» Varchili River, two
To call at th* above Maloof).
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Grove to ‘each In the In linn whool.
mde« n^rth-eart of McMinnville—after thia
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
I k*^p constantly on hand the Finest Win*«
Msr*ha Rl«?r *xnec*« tn «tart ea«t of the date, will be dealt with accordine to law. Se­
»n»i Liquors fer Family »nd Medicinal use.
wonntain« wtwi* ber father live«, to-morrow. curity to mv property demand« thia action.
We ar»* wry tn have her go -• far away.
Laffers drawn with Neatness, .Accuracy
Dis-
JOMW CASWI.LL, Prwwvlrtnr.
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J. J. SPENCER.
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Mr« Hadley and »laughter, right from Indi­
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ana. catrr here !a«t week.
Will find it t.
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