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It xou want a mod laugh, buy one ot
A Trip to Boda Bpnnjs.
Mr. David Gunning, of Bellevue,
those 10 cent comic books at (irissen’s. paitl us a hurried call, last evening. *
Seaside and Brookside Library. East
Administrator's not ice of the estate
Eli. Rhl'oin Ell: July 26th I started
ern aud California llliistrut'd- paper«
received every w eek. Agt ney for Dai- of Joseph Haves will appear in out on a trip to the Siaiu Spriugsin eouip»-
m xt issue.
tix witli our city marshal, hi . wife ami
ly mid \\ tekiy
my wife mid son. West Wall.ice
Willie Logan got mixed up in a little went by way of Wheatlmid; ¡liter
Al"1.' L.lker i-entitled to
' •‘11.» tin brisim" on l,i-. oats, as u runaway seru}s‘<«u Tuesday, lie took crossing the river Went some three
belli that he tlin -lied out one dav hist a load of limit tire from the stables mile.., then took to the li It mill w'eui
week, gave him a return ol ii.| bii«hels down to I he south eml of town, ami In the way of St. Louis, a siunll village
% The courts have decided that i>l’uJng loth" acre. flu.i wen- of the " Rus while unloading it, a cavuse that In some six miles north-east ot w heiitlaml.
had hitched in took a notion to "«kill It liei in ii beautiful prairie, about a
t itake newspapers or puriodieals from the sum variety.
¡ost-office- or removing and leaving the m in
out.” mid the first jump lauded Willit
We learn that th. tin. laddies of La on hi« back. Il< juniiied up and quarter of c mile from the timbei
fht) oificc. ih plima facie evidence of inten
fayette Imd their lir .t run ou Titeadnv, climlied imo the wagon, but w as again Inmlsot the Willamette. Before reach
j The Postmaster-General baa decided oeca.- ioned by a slight blaze at the resi- thrown out. The team tin it rmt a abort ing St. Louis we passed some beautiful
witli with healthy
thit iMMtimwtere who fail to notify publish- deuet ol Deputy Clerk fhompstm. distance and brought up against a tree, farms, covered
when subocril^ra remove, or fail to t&ke I lie tiie was extinguished with Imt breaking the ueek-xoAe and harness grain ; the farm houses were gmxl. At
to the right, and
their papt-n» from the ¡»oatoffioe, shall be re- slight damage.
ami making a general sumsh-up.
went within almut one mile of Gervais,
i, visible for their subscription.
A small child of Mr. Pound, in rhe
Mr. Charles Cook came up town on another small x illage that the East Side
northern part of town was hadlv in- Munday, looking as if he Imd "fought railroad passes through; thence we
yh / j f’/JAfi-.i* vrw.
liireil <m Mouday by upsetting a vessel lions anil killed bears”anil tmdn't come bore a north-easterly course and went
ot coal ml on
nl,d inhaling the out much ahead in the fracas. While near Woodburn, another little town.—
tunics and swallowing some of the working on J. B. Riior's house, he The country is beautiful from three
Potatoes are scarce.
stepped on a loose board that was ly miles east of Wheatlnuil to Pudding
Mr. Mulkey ha» some buck» tor »ale.
’-; from Pudding river to the
fhe culvert bridges on the toad ing on the joist fertile first door, and rive
Springs it is mostly timber land ami
lending north from thia placr, over the lioartl slipping Mr. Cook fell rough
and if you don’t think so, try it
Yauihill County h.is 3,084 children which the heavy lunilter hauling in through between the joist and forward,
mid if you do not give it up then
<4 school age.
done, are in a dilapidated condition— striking on his arms ami lace, cut ting his onee,
face badly and bruising his anus se I will treat you to some soda water.—
Mont of our absentee» to the coast many ol them bring dangerous for verely. But lie goes right ou with his After traveling some eight miles from
teams to pans over.
Woodburn we brought up at Mr. J.
work as if uothing Imd happened.
Shuck's, one of the enterprising men
It amused oue, one day last week to
There seem to be plenty plumsof the
Mr. B. F. Sparks had a lively run ot 0r< gon. He has a tine grist and
cently from “the States” as they sat away, out on C. A. Wallace’s farm, one saw mill ami is doing a good business.
Mr. Willie Light has gone back to out back ot the plaining mills figuring tiay this week, with a McCormick twine We stayed all night with him, aud you
his home in Illinois.
on the profits of a iiea-poison they binder. His whip got caught in the cau rest assured his w ife knows hoxv to
reel ami Mr. S. walked around to loosen get up a good meal; her table was fur
ibought of inventing.
\V. F. Baugasser has been quite ill a
it. mid one of the three horses keeping nished with the nicest honey 1 ever
Mr. J. S. Hibbs was the first we have nilibling at the grain, lie «lapped him saw in Oregon, and youi humble writer
jMirtiou <>f this week.
the team struck out oil their own was not backward in making use of it.
Thanks to Mrs. G. YV. Snyder fora threshing out a piece of oats, which
accuuut, running some distance and The next morning our marshal and
supply of delicious peaches.
tinned out poorly—thirty bushels to iloing damage to the binder that w ill West Wallace started oil foot an hour
Mr. Butler Deladimutt moved Ids Lie acre whi te lie should have received cost from $25 to $30 to repair. Mr. before the wagon ilid, in order to kill
from 5‘J to Go bushels—ns he inform« Sparks can congratulate himself on es- some grouse. After xve had traveled
faiuily to town on Monday last.
•caping with so small a loss, as a har eight miles we stopped nt n farm house
Mary Wardel is going to make Final
is no very uiee thing to have to get some oats, mid who should come
"The same woman tried the same vester
Proof of her laud. Bead notice.
up but the marshal aud West with
game mi tlm Editorof this paper, while tpixed up in n runaway scrape.
Mr. Magers informs us that fishing here, but failed”— Feyinter. Y'ou was
McMinnville is to have a Bank at their coats off and their faces as red as
in very good on the upper Willamina. at home, where some of your family last, ami for making arrangements tor if they bad just come out of Caswell’s
File delegates met Monday evening could keep an eve on you ; wasn’t you. the same Mr. Jacob Wortman imd sou, saloon, I do not say they were lost;
was not them that was lost, but the
and transacted considerable business. Judge? Or did your modesty (?) keep acting in the interest of Hon. D. P. it
you tn cheek ?
Thompson, were in town from Monday Springs; they staid w(th tl^e wagou the
Miss Lana Mitehell, of Corvallis, is
of the way. We ivaelied the
to Wednesday of this week. They se
Although the smoke for the past, cured W, J. Garrison’s brick and w ill at Springs at 1 o’clock; foundtweuty-
down visiting her sister, Mrs. Am Shad-
once commence the work ot fitting it six camps on the ground. The weath
nevertheless was the means of saving
was spletiilid. The next day was
El. Underwood brings the boss loads many a thousand bushel of grain to up for banking purposes, intending to er
anil the wagons came pour
of lumber into town from the Nestncca this country. Hud it not been for the open out in frou, six weeks to two Saturday
ing in until; there was a large crowd
smoke the sun would have ritiued many of anti tioing the business that is trans on the grogud. 1 was told that a good
Our jolly good unfilled friend Frank a piece of grain that is now tiiruiug acted in McMinnville, is a necessary share of the people in ten miles of the
O’Conner of Lafayette, was in towu,
convenience ami we are pleased to be Spring»/mite nn<| spend their Sundays
flic Georgia Minstrels received a able to auuounce that capitalist« lmve at theXpriugs. It Is gelling to be a
,grei»f place of resort. They semi, on
A substantial bridge is being built «mull nudieuee at this place. Our peo seen lit to establish one here.
y art average, one hundred mid ten dozen
over the swale at Panther Creek, north ple expected them to arrive on the
Eight week« ago last week Wednes bottles of the water to Portland, daily,
noon train but tin y did not come until day the 4-year-old son of Mr. ami Mrs.
evening. Hence a small turnout. An Elsia Wright got II 2 emit piece in his for which they get $1.75 per dozen.—
Willie Westerfield anil Charles Nel other rvasou for the small iiidieuce: throat, ami there it remmm d despite Our old friend Thompson, Deputy
County Clerk ami family, were there .
son. of Lafayette, came around to see l'lie Minst rels didn't advertise in the the
efforts of several nlij sicians tore- Mr. Holmes, prosecuting attorney, mid
R eporter .
move it. 'l'lie little fellow suffered ter Judge White m.d family, of Oregon
Our Immorous friend, Abe Black-
Ou Tuesday eveuing Mr. James Houck ribly, and at last his parents concluded Citv. Mrs. White got up a concert
burn, of Carlton, was on out streets siiflcred a fracture of t wool hi« ribs. to take him to I’offlm.d for treatment. while 1 was there; it was good. Prof.
At a late hour in the evening he went Last week Tuesday they took him Prince took part in it; also. Miss
down to Dr, Henry E. Jones, Opitz’s
, Wil» iu into the Inly loft to put down some hay building, between jsbauil Pine, who Clause, fhey liaveadance, hall, which
Mr. Henry Lee, of " Bellevue,
as a or Ids Imrses, and mal. iuga misstep fell performed the painful opmatjori with they use ex cry other night—at least did
town Tuesday, looking
.. a« ' liappy
from the loft and striking his side on
w hile I wns at the Springs. August 1
clam at high tide.
the edge of a manger, received the success, and the little sufferer was re we started for home, coming U differ
lieved. Had the copper lieeti allowed ent route from wluit we went. We
lion. Win. Calloway aud J. R. Mar- above injury.
to remain iu his throat another week went within three miles of .Silvertou;
tin, of South Yamhill, paid us a visit
he would lmve died, ami his parent', then to Parkerville. That part qf the
last Wednesday evening.
item.« to the Heiiintef hist week that are t »'it iip'b liappy •" know that it country 1 do not like as »veil ns from
___ have the “ tire ladders'’were out for a drill lias been i« iijovi i|
Some ot the .........
red , plums
Parkerville to Wheatlmid. Hint pail
been brought to market ami ottered he should have luted also that the en
ol the voiiutt v eaiiiiot be beat nt Ore
fot sale at leaHouable figure«.
gine H'comp.mied the "ladders.” The Y a wllil l.'« M oktoah BS.
gon—at least that is my judgment. 1
"ladders" aty good ; bill we feel a pride
Mr. Willi« say« ho want« the man .ill
Following is a summary of the saw as good wheat as I ever did; the
need not say the wheat
wlm borrowed his trowel to return it^ use of' «how ing partiality.
mortgages recotded in Yamhill Conn crop is a failure
; I think it never was
at onee, as he wants to nse it.
consisting of J. F.. Magers, ty, showing the principal mid interest: better, except the late sown.
Mr. Looney had a good horse to die M. A ! baity
Principal. Interest. Brook's Station the wheat is no heavy
inlet w ood, J. Turner and old Mr.
outlie mountains while on his wav to Wriglif,
it litis fallen down ill places; tile potato
took a good hunt up on the
the coast with a party, last week.
Oregon Capital . .. .. 149, 141 04 33,352 57 crop looks very poor, go where vqq
Wiilaiiiiiiu, last week, and report a Amt
1,512 «4 mav.
Amt IT. 8. Capital .... ... 28,035 00
Mr. Watt answer« the questions iu good time. Friday mortijng the light Aiyt roirign Capital. .... |8|,808 8»’» 12,572 01
la t week's E epoh TKU regarding the ning siruek n tree near iheii lamp,
C. A. W all ack .
Total....................... .... 1832,600 02 G8^,0W 50
pioneers excursion, to the satisfaction setting lire to it, ami despite rhe heavy
rain that deeended, burned tlm tree No. valid uniaineelied liiortgag. «, 70S. A\ OI TMDER’N OPINION o>
By “ Yamhill Capital” is meant mo
V A 511111.1..
It is :. ii<l that tlm Leabo’-'., out north down.
ol town have the boss thresher—run
('apt. Anerson, who bought the ware ney loaned by citizens of Yamhill
; “ Oregon” is money loaned liv
ning through mx bushels of oats per house of ’Jartm »> .'toiit, leased it to county
Mr. S. A. Clark, editor of the Fiti im r,
those gentl,.m, |> fm this season, a« he citizi hs of Oregon outside of Yamhill has lately taken a Inn through the
" U. S.” loaned by citizens ot
H. Del.islmmtt, the real estate agent, attempt to mo-.c his family to this the rtiiletl States outside of Oregon ; West Side enmities, ami here is what
lias this, week old a farm nine miles place, aud lu- did not wish to board. “ Fu.ruign” includes .|i| rumie) troui lie «ays of Yamhill:
It is interesting to note the difference
south of Portland, belonging to A. So Messrs. Martin A- Stout will mu the outside tlie U, S.
In furuisliing us the above, County iu laud.-,dapes north aud south of Che
Kir hard son.
warelmuse this season.
Clerk Speueer says: “ 1 calculated the lialem mountains. Yamhill has great
Mr. J. IL Stine, w ho has been work
Mr. turner, wire and daughter, of interest appareiftly due on the mort variety of surface and soil. It is not
ing iu this otliee recently, has gone to Yamhill count > , Ori gon, are at Goiden- gages. It may not be taxed however. so large as Marion or Linn, blit it is un
vork iu the new Dilley saw mill.— daie, visiting Ins daughter, Mrs. [suae No mortgages given prior to August surpassed for itanrouetiveuess. Along
Compton. They have «pint two weeks Jut, 1883 were abstracted, although the coast range it lias a beautiful and
country (hat is thoruuglily
An infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. up at Trout like and Ice cave, on the malty uncaneelled ones given prior to sightly
mm liof it, and produces crops
< ritler died at the resilience of Mr. «lop. of Mount Adams, and pronounce that date appear of record. All that fncmeil,
Yamhill its well known repu
Turner, of Second street, Sunday even it i delight!ill place. It is destined to have bren foreclosed or became inval tation. This
western portion of Yam
Ih'cu.ue .1 popular summer resort.— I'.J'. id from any cause that 1 could certain
ing ami was buried Monday.
ly know, were excluded. Schoo! fund hill is lungiiilleent country. Sheridan
Mrs. Sears has sold her Millinery and
mortgages mill mortgages given to the is close under coast ranges aud 1ms no
Fancy (.mods business to Misses Foster Tuesday, July 31st, 1»S3, at the re i i iialei'i of Baptist College of MeMiint- superior as a fanqiiA country, Take
ami liuss, who will run the business in
um| nmrtgagcs covering land iu tlm whole area fiom Wapato lake to
crossed the plaius to Oregon over for- ville,
the head of the valley, along the coast
the future. See card of thanks.
were not included.'’
ti years ago. being at that time about
ranges, and no finer country can be
On Monday evening we received a 60‘years old. She was the mother of
found. Hur special advantage is the
pleasant call from Mr. R. L. Han is, one several children, w ho live in various Q r r. > r i o x.« A x s w f . K EI >.
rolling surface is easily drained anil
•rf Dayion's business young uteii. He parts of Oregou and was much loved
G lexmi '- khy F akm , t
farmed. * * * Take Yamhill as au
was accompanied by Mr. Sigler.
ami respected by all w ho knew her.
A mity , Or., Aug. 3,1883. i
average it probably Ims a better crop
E oitok K ehortek : In reply to ques outlook than many of the valley coun
Mr. L. ('■ Thompson, of the large
" So w hat rare I if death Ite nigh ; for
and beautiful “Glenbrook Farm,” was Love I hie, tor LoV<* I die, sang L, K> tions asked by “S. Dan" in your last ties. Farmers there, show the smile
in town Saturday and informed us that the livelong day last Sunday, amt tin issuei The oliiicers of the Pioneer So skill nuil want uf skill as exist» else
his grain was turning out very light.
ally wound up by jotting the words ciety of Oregou, are. Messrs. J. YV. Nes where. When they eonie down to
on piece ot paper, putting it in mith, of Derry, l’ulli Co. Pres.; ,1. W. actual thorough work anil mixed pro
Mr. Janie,« Weston, of Amity lias a
pocket and starting westward out Grim, of Amora, Y'ice-Pres.; T. B. duction v.e may expect more cert.iinti
tine lot of blackberries to sell at 2;> his
town by a familiar path. But the Odeueal, of Salem, See.; .1. M. Bacon, of siicce.' s. Yamhill already has stock
cents per gallon. Here is a chance I'm of
note worked out of his pocket, was of Oregou City, 'fleas.; YV. 11. Rec«, of intere.-ts of value ami Her
n person desirous of putting up fruit,
line of industry.
found and handed to us, mid striking Amora, Cor. Sec.; E. M. Wait, of Sa that
lem. F. X. Mathew«, of Butteville, ami were planting orchard« rather exten
Ou Saturday next, Ausust 11th, Mr. us as very pretty we publish them.
Jos. Watt, of Amity, Director«, 'fo sively Imt the failure of fruit this year
L. H. Rimer will sell at public sale, at
“ Hanibletoidan Menihritio," the no
a member, semi full name, gives no chance to show result»
the livery stable, McMinnville, a span ted .«talliou has closed Iris yeason aim become
where born. 5ear of birth, yem of ar line,
of work horses, wagon, buggy, harness, has been a money making investment rival
tn Oregon, with om dollar ami
t n Mr. Galloway, the proprietor. Dili' »t:ui;ps hir return of < > riilicati, to the thriving towns and it is certain that n
Thanks to Prof. G. P. Newelll for a ing tl,e Mason Membriuo has served Secretary, T. B. Odeueal of Salem. country that can support good town«
bouquet of beautiful roses ami dowers 10l> mares, at $25 would make the sum Ladies admitted to iiiemliergliip free. must prosper. This year's wheat crop
ot various kind«. Prof Newell ha« one of $2,250. The condition of the horse Back lines of one dollar each year, « ill he large ami will lie equal to any
of the neatest Hower gardens in this shows Mr. 1!. Martin to be an excellent to constitute good standing. Arrivals other county of its population. With
keeper, ns he Ims gained C>7 pounds in .Oregon after 1854 are not eligible a gootl seasonable May ami June the
during the «eason. ilamli'eloniaii will to nieinliershiti. Money call lie scut to harvi-Kt iu Y amhill w ould have been
Onite a number of Y'amliillvri are lie kept at. fhe farm of Mr. Martin till the Treas. by Money < (rder. \\ ill pub simply enormous, fake the stand of
and have been recreating at Wiliboft Sept. 17th.
lish details in a few days as to children, full wheat that stood last December
Springs. Messrs. Wallace and Shuck
and hail that lieen carried through io
female.relativi's, baggage, etc.
and their families returned last Thurs
perfection the result would lmve lieen
Jos. W ait ,
the. git «text harvest ever known.
(.'lialrnian of ('om.
was reported kill* 4 in the eolli«i“U mi
\Y hat one sees in a honied journey is
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E. X. Harding, the Commission Mer the Northern I'acil'.i-near Heron Sirtlng,
an index, but reports from nil sec
chant has removed to the building one i« '¡live and well.” This is a mistake,' T hank -,.
given in by farmers themselves
door west of the plaining mill»—the ■Is there are those in this county wlm
McMinnville, Or., /
make it certain that Yamhill will have
place formerly occupied by JI r. Turner, Were well acquainted with Hayes and
as good a wheat yield as any Wiliam
the boot maker.
who were present and assisted in bury
To tin- niemlHTH of Chanty Lodge, ette county the present year.
The Portland Merrury kicks a grass
widow or two of tliia place pretty solid man. Mr. Rols-rt (funning, of Bellvue gnnriliau of Leia JI. Baker, tak< till»
ly for. as it assert», attempting to «pp- ipui been appointed executor of liayes flint opportunity of returning thank«
to your Order for for the prompt ami
arnte a man and hi» wife. We know estnte.
Mrs. llavs met with a liainful acci early payment to her of two thomtaml
( corrected wferlv . ay r w uf . umu »« Ì
»«thing of the case.
dent one d.iv last week. 1 lie l.»'b' Is « dolliir» |be mnoupt 1>»'<I on the death
The partv wlm is continually “leav erliml" and obliged to use criityhes to of her talhiif, Hem>
M i 'M imnvh - lf , Aug 1), 1883.
mg ln< mark" on the sidewalk in the eluiul« hei *o gel »round. »'■ lille mov generous gift will Im duly’ iippi vflUUeil
Wheat, psr ouanel...................
nortbent part of town is known, and is ing almut one of the crnichw sllp|H.-d by the many frlemia of your <t«eeiis.<l Flour,
warned to desiat else he will pay dearly and she fell, ami m attempting to catch brother.
Oats, ¡»er bushel........................
W. J. G arkison ,
for his contemptible practices.
her-i If struck her left hand on the floor,
Dried Apples, jx-r i»oiin<l.....
dislocating her wrist, also, at
Pbitjs, per pnuna................
J. IL Upton, Es<i„ fmumrly of this painfully
• minty, will commence the punliaatjtm ' kiiet hurt it to such an extent a« to
Groun 1 Feed, j»?r ton............
of liis tiew paper at Port Orford about I giv. he. mu.’i pain- Dr. Boyd m at L a die .* A ttewtiom .
the first of next month. It is to l>e I t> udipg tin- lad.' a*"* •«’>» «he is doing
Before briniriiiK <»n onr Fall Mock of Potato?«, f»er bushed
’ ailed the Curry County Recorder.
MiHiucry ainf F»P<?y (»op«}« we have Onion#
well a* could I«' expected.
^ide^ rev pouad.........
made ¿weepingc rejluciipii« 11» puoc» of Bao.»i
I. 6. I.-,
Mr. S. F. Harding has sold his prop
.......... . ...... ..
Ribboq^ etc. Hqtn frqni 25 cU Hhotil’ler«, |>?r pouml..........
erty on the corner of Third and F,. to I Mrs J B. Roltr suffered a painful acci HatM.
You will tibil |t to your ad
per pound ....................
Mrs. p. A. Derr for $1.700 and pHr- dent on Hundav last. A frying pan npuaiil
lo call upoil uh l>efore going Lard,
Butter, per pound.................
chascl the old premises of C'apt. Hand i fllb’fl with grease was on the stove c I m - w fieri?.
Egij.i, per dozen......................
ley on B. Street, paying therefor $700. heatiug, I!"’l » little girl living with
RfM A F oster .
Hides, dry flint, per pound .
Mr. Rohr, ha» mg lb’ balie in Iter arm«,
Successors to Mr*. Sear?*.
“ See here!” lie exclaimed as ha «tone fearing
the gica.-e w.ml(| oqilt «a* ["
♦o the door with a book in his hand, tlm
4 id 8
Wool, [pr pourid ..................
'' whose plums von shaking off"We
Im’h hand.« into the grease., »»»»an A i ft# DOW,
don't know." " Well, lmw w mild von ! put
lft giil,i< tn«.e|ing of ( usier I’ostX«. Tallow, per poun«i................. .
like to hive n crowd come into your inghi« ImmL and wrists in a feartul 9, (i A Ft, rialnrdiiy, August 11. ut » j> Chick«- -gr»>wn-«l'-zen. 4 M Co, 4 Hi
This is tin- A< ’7'!"' *•“ ‘d”n’
pltim thicket and take your fruit with manner.
bit- Is falleu the little fellow in a in. liusinens of importam i-.
No wheat rouiinjr in to the ware*
out asking?” and several of mir town*' Ihm
D. IL TrWMF.R,
a« it Ims lieen but almut
I ious - . a , as yet; consequent I \ noqe of
people moved on and left the irate old ■'
J. C. CooPF.W,
fellow to get in a better mood, and to I
fered to th** market.
cultivate a inore generen» disposition, cated.
Anv per*»n who takes a paper regular-
his il ’«1«’ or auother’a. or whether he aub-
n. jijed or not. i* reaiMMtsible lor payment.
** •» if a person wriwra hie paper diaooiitin-
..cdheiuuit p«y Hireara, or the publisher
miv continue to bend it until payment ib
’ aje, and then oolleot the whole nmoiint.
whether the imi^ r is takeu from the office or
<»• L, Parker and Gen./
canvuiaing Y'amhi.'l and/
Ring order;« tor the
?•»<«-, which Is giving g<
au l jus* the imichln« I hat every tun,.
Tlim you may know that ihiala no hum»
read the tollo'ihig certificate:
McMinnville, Oregon, July 9th, 1883.
We her« *>v rvrtil’y that we have purchased
» Tin righieimig Macliine, now being aol<lby
Harri-A I’arker, which we have thoroughly
teMcd and rind to l»e a nuccesa for tightening
tires, an I can recommend it to every man
w Im Im i loose litoa on buggies, hacks or wag
ons, as being all that is claimed for it.
HENDERSON A LOGAN BRO’3.
I hive just received a fine lot of
Spring- and Summer
Hi >i d er a,
Also a full line of fanning implement»
FOR MALE !
Everlhitig sold at Reduc
Please call and examine Goods before pur
Tiie undersigned oilers for sale his property
in Happy Valley. The farm consists of 282
acres ; 200 acres under fence ; about 90 acres in
cultivation: good house and barn and excel
lent spring water. Also a fair flouring mill,on
one of tho best sites io Oregon. I will sell
this whole property at $15 per acre—one-half
cash down, the balance on reasonable time.
Enquire at the R lcoutkh office.
Saloon & Billiard Hall
Cha’s Hirsch, Pro.
Farm and Milt Property
< 3<>t 11Í ■!«>
[IHKLSCHNEIDKR'S OLD STAND.]
M c M innville .
FINE WINES. LIQUOnS. BEEB ul «GABS
New Goods !
ROBISON & BAKER I
[SUCCESSORS TO 11. H. TODD.]
U. 8. Land Office, Oregon City, [
Oregon, June 8, 1883. i
Complaint having been entered at this Office
by George C. Belt against Mark Morris for
abandoning his Homestead Entry No. 4375,
dated April 23, 1881, upon the S 4 of NE ] A
N A ol KE J Section 4, Township 2 S, R 5 W,
Jn Yamhill County,‘Oregon, with a view to the
cancellation of said entry ; the said parties are
hereby summoned to appear before J. E. Mag
ers, Notary Public at McMinnville, Yamhill
County, Oregon, on the 17th day of July, 1883
al 10 o’clock a. m., to respond and furnish tes
timony concerning said alleged abandonment.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
Fl l < l TOR’S SALK
<M Real INI ate.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
Executor of the estate of 0. S. Thomas, de
ceased, by virtue of an order duly made and
entered of record on July 3rd, 1883, by the
County Court of Tillamook County, Oregon,
will, on Saturday, the 18th day of August
18 ... at the hour of one o’clock in the after
noon of said day, at the Court House door it»
Lincoln in said county, at Public Auction,
sell upon the terms hereinafter stated, the fol
lowing described real premises belonging to
said estate, to wit: The Donation Laud
Claim of 0. 8. Thomas, No. 8,005. in the Dis
trict ot Lands subject to sale iu Oregon City
land oflice, and situated in Sections 34 and 35,
Prescript ions carefully compounded
all hours, day or n ght.
Township 10, West, Range 1 North of Wii-
Meridian, Tillamook County, Oregon,
Our goods have t II been marked down to the
owest living rate . Give us a call and see fo containing about 300 acres.
July 15th, 1883.
McMinnville, O.*., June 21, ’81 -2Utf.
J.<. III. WI.KY, Eiei ulor,
T. C. STEPHENS,
J. L. S tohey , l
I. 'I’. M allnuy , ) Attys for Estate.
I Ml J
McCarter & Aiderman,
JEWELER & ENGRAVER.
J. I . CASE'S
!VIn<»li î it <*i-y.
n the Brick Store, corner 3d ami Jeflerson St't
ll*ntch Repairing and .fob
bing a Special! f/.
By virtue of a decree and an order of th<-
Court ami an execution duly issued out of the
Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for Yam
hill County, on the 9th day of July A I). 1883,
upon a judgment duly enrolled ami docketed
in the Clerk’s office of said Court, in said
County on the 14th day of February A. D.
1882, in favor of Geo. W. Yocum and against
T. M, Patty lor the sum of Thirty seven and
18-109 ($37.18) Dollar« C. H. Gold Coin, and
the further num ol Three ami 3.5 160 Dollar«
coati, and to me duly directed and deliver?«!,
I did on the I (»th day of July 1883 weize and
(evv upon the following described real estate to
wit, situate in Yamhill County, Oregon : Lots
No 4, 5, 9, 10. 11 and 12 of H«.-ti >n 18, T 5 S ,
R. fl West of Willamette Meridian, r»»ntaining
One Hundred and Sixty-nine and 19-100 acres.
Now therefore, by virtue of said execution, on
Mi*turd»>y ilh4 Hath di<> of Autfukl 1HH3
at the hour of one o’clock p. in., at the Court
House door in Lafayette, in said County and
Slate, I will sell at public Auction, the above
real property of said defendant, to the highest
bidder, for cash, to satisfy said judgment,
coats and accruing c>-«d-
Dated July 25tb, 1883.
F. H. VOI I ARI»,
Rherifl*of Yamhill County, Oregon.
lloosier Hay Rakes,
Wagons and Buggies
>1 Itili« ÍÍK*t
all kinds of
Carriage* amt Stackunlth
At Amity. Or.
Land Office at Oregon City,
Oregon, July 21, 188.3.
Notice is hereby given H im 4 the («»flowing
named settlers have tiled notice of their inten
tion to make final proof in support of their
claims ar,M that said proof will lx* made before
tha •«only Clerk of Tili<>mook County at Till-
amo'ik, Oregon, on M«»n«lay Hept. 3 4883, viz:
R. M. Tmbrwlge, HnmeelMid Entry No 3.593,
for toe E 1-2 of X w 14. N W I 4 of N W I 4
A N E 14 of 8 W I 4 of w.9. T 2 9 R 10 W
He name4 the following wttneMrs V» prove his
continuous rea«*ieMce upon, and cultivation of
said land, vi|» K. R Thorn («ton, T. F. liar
ria. W. T. Nawmmb and <». A. Thonipsten, all
of Tillan.ook, Tillamook Cmi# v, Oregon.
L T BAR« IN. I'egi ^r
’ d 'I'ha?'» the racket,
Wheat Receipts, and
; i/ Besides i verything else in the
line, a« good n« the l>e»t, on abort no
.«SYDE THE PRINTER.