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The Mathushek Piano stands unri Read Mr. Newby’s notice regarding
Our California Xaetter.
Circuit Court Xtockot.
valed tor beauty of tone. It is unques the
removal of the dead.
tionably Jhe most durable Piano made
1. ER Poppletou vs T B Nelson—mo
O akdale , Sep. 9,188S.
<u the I niteil States, and is sold at Cold north wind the past day or two
tion to set usiuu decree.
with heavy frost at night.
reason;,bit prices by Luther 8hol>e.
E d . R eporter ¡—After a long silence,
2. Cnris Taylor vs J 8 and J C Morin—
If you want to get Furniture of all I will again try to pen a few lines for action for money.
Dr. John- u has returned from the
8. John Dempsty vs II Johnson et al—
Last, and ofler> his professional servi kinds, go to W. H. Bingham's Furni
The attention of the public is called to the
THE HARVEST SEASON
ce-' to the people of McMinnville aud ture Store. And we call especial at-
immense bargains now ottered at the
4. B Westlall vs Joel Bryan —motion to
vicinity Ilia office is at the old place tentisn to his stock of Wall Paper, of 1883 is drawing to a close. It has
ou C street, batweea Fir t and 'Second. which is as fine as will be found on the been an average yield for California. set asido sale of real estate.
Much of the grain is not first-class—
5. J K Sears vs O F Coulter et al—suit
trip , c ,'irts have decitled that refusing
Mr. J. 8. Martin hands us some tine
early part of to foreclose a chnttle mortgage.
v ;.i|> rs or periotlioale-from the Blue,; Cap raspberrie-—the second
Dr. IL V. V. Johnson, his wife and the verv- hot days in the ust
in time to
6. D M Osborn & Co vs John Jones et al
Jr removing and leaving them in crop for the season, that grew iu his daughter, Miss Belle are at homo again, the season coming on just
The atixik formerly owned bv George Ben-
i s priiua facie evidence of inten- gurd. u at this place, aud they are over haviug arrived by Monday evening’s pinch a great deal of the early grain, —action to recover money.
l’he estimated yield of Stanislaus
7. Board of Cummissionors vg B L Grif gasser 4 Son will bo disposed or
The Dr. has been gone about county
.stmnster-General ha« decided average, notwithstanding the dry sea train.
placed between five and six fin et al—suit to foreclose a mortgage.
five mouths and returns looking as millions is of
..i .s who fail to notify, publish- son.
bushels. Other counties
8. Baptist College vs J F Ecwloy—action
natural as you please, and reports hav will fall considerably
tetriber-i remove, or fail to toko
below an aver to reoover money.
We received apleasantcall from Rev. ing had a splendid time, visiting old
from th > postoffioe, shall be re- Jami
9. Baptist College vs Wm Savage—same
time associates. Mrs. Johnson and
C'!' jj. .heir subscription.
ter for this circuit, who is a very clever Belle, have been absent about four
appearing gentleman. He has remov years, and they, too, look natural, hav Gamblers ¡mil whisky sellers reap a 10. Baptist College vs S Potter—eante.
ed to this place aud is quite comfort ing enjoyed good health. Their many rich harvest during the harvest season. 11. Mark <t Jorgensen vs Gus Anderson—
friends will be glad to hear of their re Harvest hands will toil like slaves, on action for money.
Great Reductions are made in
ly to fill the tills of saloon men, or 12. J M Holston vs J R Wilson—motion
All parties having property in the turn.
thereby given that MR. «'. E.
by to confirm sale.
The close call that the railroad com else be swindled out of their coin
I ha, associale^ himself viciuity <d’ McMinnville which they
oilv class of men known as gam- 13. L B Denny vs P E Buntin and F Mor GROCERIKW
i:.”..\.VIIBO I. UEPDH I I R” wi -h to dispose ot will find it greatly pany and the several warehousemen that
to their intei- toaddress A. C. South experienced last Saturday evening,
row-writ of review.
.tciesU d in the publiralion mayd
& Potter, Real Estate agents, al should cause them to take some action anything?
14. Ellen Redmond vs John Redmond—
A fine lot of
towards supplying water, at once. Had
15. Edgar Poppleton vs L Michael and B
She leaned In r head on his shoulder partment would have beeu utterly use tained in the new Constitution of Cal Hiil
—action to recover money.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
and sighed: “ O Jiuimv dear ”—“ Dari - less, for the reason that there is no wa ifornia, is the railroad commission.—
in " are you sick? ” No Jimmy, but I ter to be had—either for engine or The first board was composed of two IS. McCarter & Alderman V3 John Mon
roe—same as above.
would like to get some of that fresh made
We would advise all parties Republicans and one Democrat (Stone 17. Lucinda Byers vs W N MoCoy ct al—
tie Fair, this week.
eniidy at the McMinnville Bakery—you buckets.
c cry for vacant houses increases. know :r\ the only candy factory iu sunk in that district ; otherwise do not publican part of the board done noth suit to foreclose a mortgage.
Yamhill Co.” “ Yes dear. ”
18. Emily J Suelling vs J A Fristoe and A Boots Jtiitl Shoes
curse the tire department if they have ing in regulating fares and freights.— Andrew,,
—action to recover money.
,’C F air prices is my motto? iwk
to stand by aud see your property go The Democtatic member looked solemn 19. Zylpha J Keffer vs J 3 Keffer—divoroe
H. F isher .
and wise, and only winked. A great
Mr. J. J. Collard, of Wheatland, was up iu smoke.
Lower than Portland price«.
howl was raised by the Democratic 20. Rollins <t Hale vs John Monroe—ao-
tround town one day last week.
•Good.’, Cheap prices, at Buss A I
Mr. John Sax came up from Portland press. “Only elect Democrats on the tion to reoover money.
By the way, he told us of having a
aud informs us that a buggy board and old Staniford will bend ‘ the 21. H Hurley and W D Fenton vs John
hen-ec'g over at his house that meas Tuesday
now standing at a honse about a hinges of his knees.’ ” Democrats W hite—action to recover money.
ures siaxfl1! inchi s, which beats the is
mile below Striugtown that was left were elected. Great heavens I w hat 22. J Murdock vs G F Fendall—notion to
Cheaper than was ever offered in this eity.
there by a couple of young men from pledges they made, and how they have reoover money.
of an inch.
some place up the country, two or gone back on them. Loud mouthed 23. The American Free Hold Land Mort . I respectfully invite the publio to call and
... 1 the communication of “ Bnsi-
“Are you going to Salem ?” is one of three weeks ago. These young men “ Reformers" are humbugs. The man gage Co vs Jas A Fristee—foreclosure.
5 oil water.
he topics of the day, but the chief were seen passing down the road with who boasts of his religion in meeting, 24. New England Mortgage Co vs L A examine goods and prices.
Saylor. Esq., of Dayton, was lueteioii is have you seen those fine the horse they were driving on a run as a rule, has but little of it; the tem Baker et al—same.
and wet with sweat. When at the perance reformers in many cases have 25. Oregonian Railway Co, Limited vs R
W. F. BANGASSER.
Gloves, Men & Boys Clothing etc., place mentioned the horse laid down .tn intimate acquaintance with mud R Morrell et al—action to condemn right of
,i num her from this section are which 11. Fisher sells at lessthan Port and died from exhaustion and the holes, and an office seeker preaches re way.
L’ ; Hug State Fair.
young bloods left their buggy and pro form to obtain position, and to fill his 2G. W T Hash Vo W R Eadeset al—action
land prices ?
ceeded to Portland on foot, and since
[pt forget to read the ad. of Clear-
Frank Morrison, the hoiuliest man then have, not been heard from. Who empty pockets with the almighty dol to recover money.
27. E A Broyman vs E B Collard—replev
n Oregon, but one of the best-hearted this horse and buggy belonged to is a lar.
pte ¿»ilc, in this issue.
and one ot the best printers in mistery, but it was undoubtedly a
)I... H. Fisher has gone to Portland rhe. State,
lively rig, or else stolen. The mat at present. Maj. Bean aud wife, Tom. 28. H Fleokenstcin vs J B Rohr—action
>i.,ic of a mouth or so.
-aturday and has been spending a few ter should be looked up.
Rogers, I. Martin, and the funny man. 29 Oregonian Railwav Co, Limited vs
' i E! vator is furnished with the days with us. He is looking hearty, as
iu days gone. by.
Wm F Hess—action to condemn right of
r an for $10 extra.
rowly escaped destruction by tire, last astonishment at the amount of grain war.
correspondence is very short but Our young friend, J. D. Fenton, Jr., Saturday evening. About quarter af to be seen. He mined on the Stanis 30. A Stephens vs N W Prevo—action for
• us in town ou Saturday last and came ter eight a light was noticed under laus river over a quarter of a century money.
terj ,.tu.sting, this week.
m o secure the R epohter as he in
Mr. Wells' warehouse, which, ago. He says he recognizes old land
T‘ i i ¡lily of \V J Sargent will move tended to go to his school at Eugene neath
upon examinai ion, proved to be caused marks of long years ago. Mr. and Mrs. 31. Lydia C Smith vs G W Smith—divoroe
¡¡itii, Benton county.
> . steiday ami '. anted the news from by the floor of the tiuildiiig being on Bean are some what downcast. Little 33. T S Whitcomb vs S 8 Whitcomb—
■ ell of Masons, Saturday even- Yamhill. Jctf is one of Yamhill’s fire. As the train was late that even Willie, their loved one, is gone. On divoroe.
brizhte-t young men and will make his ing, a goodly number of men were at the other shore he is happy. By and 33. Sauna Parker vs Hankee—ejectment.
• uu <>r betore,” you see.
.nark iu the world.
rhe depot awaiting its arrival, and the by, you will meet the loved one, “in 34. Emma Parker vs R P Cugeiraan—
hum granted to II. Fisher
The finest fruit we have had the door of the warehouse was broken the land where the saints never die.” same as above.
mie; laghuiusS yards lor$1,00.
35. Dulcina Wood et al vs W M Cooper—
pleasure of tasting, was brought to open and all lent a band iu subduing
W. II. M
[SUCCESSORS TO R. II. TODD.)
notion to recover money.
TI . ; will be a large crowd in Me- this office by little Clara Simpson.— rhe flames that were running several
36. AH Trueman vs G L Parker—notion
.•¡lle o . Saturday next, to witness l'h ■ fruit w. , the “Silver Prune,” feet high. The fire was caused by a P ioneers ’ E xcursion .
fl,-: i the premises <>f Mrs A D Simp- >park dropping thro’a crack in the fire
A mity , O r ., t
87. Meier & Frank vs T W Sink and John
in town, and the lady will please box of thé engine onto the floor, and
September 12, 1883. $
IIirtman’s is the place to get sou,
onr thanks for a bucketful of
The committee desires to announce
ever ottered iu Mc- accept
them. The Silver Prune is the choicest timbers for several feet around the en that through the courtesy of the North 33. Meier & Frank vs T W Sink—same.
gine. It was very lucky that the fire ern Pacific Railroad Company first- 39. T B Carey vs J W Jamas et al—suit to
variety of fruit raised.
was discovered no later, for had it class accommodations will be extended foreclose mortgage.
1T. E'la Back, of Portland, came
Misses Russ &. Foster will have, at burned five minutes longer there would
ut Sunday with friends in heir
new stand, opposite Grange Store have been no saving the building ;
TOBACCO AND CIGARS,
t Grand Opening one. week from next and had it burned, Redmond’s ware
call at Russ & Foster’s for Saturday, Sept.' 29th—afternoon and house, the Central Hotel, the depot mediate points. The time for making 41. P A Bates vs John Vanderhoof—ao-
remittances to Treasurer Bacon, at Or tion for money.
r..: al t.r.'ir handsome crewels for evening, and <it that time will display building and Martin &. Stout’s ware egon
City, is hereby extended to Fri 42. John Conlee vs John Sbenrer—same.
the finest stock of Milliuery Goods that house—all would have gone, together
Lr. jugtou work.
September 21st. That there may
43. Mary F Nixon vs J S and A C Adams Toil.ET GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., ETC
has ever been brought to this county.
with the large amount of grain stored day,
JI . C. G. Saylor and family will
misapprehension on this point, —same as above.
Our genial friend, James 0. Spencer,
' ..:k from Portland iu the course
it is desired to here state that the de- 4t. Ladd & Bush vs W A Fenton et al—
.^^Prescriptions carefully cotnpoun.lod
came up fr >m Clifton, last Thursday No T ruth in the S tory .
posite of $60 is merely a guarantee of suit to foreclose mortgage.
f a week or t wo.
45. State vs R Fenton—indicted for kill- all hours, day or u'gbt.
g. and tayea. merely long
Ii " > i want to get the full value of enough to say “howdy” to his many Agent Sinnott, of the Grand Ronde that iu case of sickness or other un ing a horse.
Our goods hove, 11 been marked down to the
uwest living rate . Give us a call and see fo
ey, attend t he Clearance Sale friends and was off on the noon train reservation, called at this otiice yes avoidable cause it will be duly refund &.
la State vs IT Eoolcston—rope.
! D. Hartman’s.
for Portland ou the way back to his
ed, less expense of remittance. About'
McMinnville, Or.. June 21, ’81-20tf.
in thè story being circulated that the 200 h.ave already paid in. Those de 48. State vs Dougherty—rape.
yd h i just received from Co- work. Como oftener and stay longer, clothes
411. State vs Pointer and Davis—larceny.
siring Pullman sleeping car berths 50. State vs G W Smith—murder.
a Llewellyn setter pup that Jimmy.
iu gold had burn brought to him by
notify Mr. Bacon when making 51. J Muttvy vs T J Rowland—action for
y proud of.
The angry tones of the fire bell some of the Indians under his charge. must
remittance ., otherwise they cannot be money.
McCarter & Aiderman,
'Ch.cl; Talmage w?3 around brought our citizens out in a hurry, He is of the opinion that the story was provided for.
h rituiday evening, looking as about threo o’clock last Friday; and started by one Robert Mulligan, whose
the firs boys were on hand red-hot for claim adjoins the reservation and who for those «ho desire them. Explicit
a fight. Bnt they didn’t have-a chance. was forbidden by Mr. Sinnott to allow
■ , . i-. field has sold his preini- .\ -nark fro: i Johnson’s blacksmith his cattle to roam thereon. Some of notice must be given Mr. Bacon re
M c M innville , O k . (
. J alley to H. Thomas aud shop set fire to the roof of Nelson’s the Indians did arrest a man over on
Sept. 18, 1883. J •
One hundred pounds of bag E d . R eporter ¡—It
Portland to live.
wagon-hop; but the blaze was quick Salmon river whom they supposed to once.
has happily been
.".¡¡.I the “ She< n Herder’s” ly extinguished,with but little damage. be Iiishrow, a convict who escaped at ba -keto, will be < becked free of charge. discovered that the hill back of J. R.
Derby’s residence in over 100 feet
, at this place, Saturday. It
Mrs. W. C. Ilombree brings us in a the late outbreak iu the penitentiary Excess over this amount will be higher
than any of tlie streets of Mc
Ion. but of a va- and is still at large. This man Dis- charg' d tor at regular rates.
i< netir the Central.
and it is available for a res
fi L ’ ¡iih, (.’I Nor:h Yamhill,called til unite, l ite in the season; indeed Mrs. stolen. He escaped from his captors the excursion upon securing tickets at ervoir for a water supply.
For the benefit of some parties who
(I luring the week. Sam reports H.t.i .ii-- th: • ti-.’--" saved ond and ate and is reported to have since called at regular rates. Tickets wi|l l-o procur
toward investing iu such an en
O' >ver aud seeding begun.
it the day before Christinas last year. the residence of Mr. Kuykcndale near ed in Portland October 1st from Mr. look
reservation for something to eat.
L. M xwcll, agent Northern Pacific terprise, I have made the iullowiug
Une ' Lick >rd Cook has sold bis Th'. 1;. 1 did ■ ■ know rhe variety of tlie
The whole story is badly mixed and it Railroad, at oilici:, foot of Ash street; estimates;
.. /I will move onio the farm the liieb,?; but in California, where is
to say whether there is also at Dalles, Walla Walia and Spo Nearest running water to hill, three
she got the tart, it was mown as the any impossible
■ y. A. Wallace, near this place.
inundation toritor not. The gen kane, on presentation of membership milesi bill one mile from town; re
eral opinion appears to be, however,
”uns, of Aunty, dropped in
Il is desired that a many inch pipe and one mile of fix inch pipe.
Talk a■ sour big things! Uncle that Mr. Mulligan’s statement, can not certilicates.
..•.Monday. He reported har-
as possible go through to New York A
2 inch pipe under 25 ft. head will
.' Lii tiiiLhed iu that suction.
fiotu 15,000 to 18,000 gallons Hoosier Hay Rakes,
-izc and quality beats anything we the yarn has been started with a desire
to justify the eastern railroads in supply
J. G. Wisecarver have a public it,, < v, ■i In io. ■ in the r idish line. to create a feeling against Mr. Sinnott. ient
day. A 6 inch pipe under ICO ft.
providing special trains for our exclu >er
lot iu • sonal property ou the It •’■• i’> of i ’ i “ Bii-' k panish” variety; —Oregonian
supply 800 gallons per min
sive accommodation. Better e vidences
oi’the latter, Tuesday, Oct. me . 'it- .1 upwards ot 20 inches in
VVe present the above to give both of tlie progress of the last forty years ute—1,520,000 gallons pci day.
A reservoir, 50x50x8 foot will hold
leiiLi.i mid 15 ill! i .s in circumference, sides of the story that gained circula can he seen in New York city in one
i.otind ai could be. This tion, a showing. Wo may,be allowed day than elsewhere in a mouth. By 200,000 gal. Two inch pipe will weigh Wagons and Buggies
of Amity, will sell Cat- at 1 w:r
9 tons per mile. Six inch pipe,
,1; , icon, Household Furniture, radi di Mr. Shuck pulled from his gar to remark however, that whether or desire of a large number of pioneer > nearly
in. thick, will weigh 60 ions per mile.
die lie, on Thursday, Sept den in town. J’- e sampled this radish not Mr. Mulligan started the rumor to the rAute from St. Paul to Chicago will :,8 Now,
as to cost—railroad iron in
and found it to be as good eating as “ create a feeling against Mr. Sinnott,” be via Roek Island railroad, from Chi
that the money and clothes were cago to New York via Pennsylvania Pittsburg costs from $30 to $35 per
•' Sheriff Harris roi'
in by the Indians cannot be railroad. Rates as per previous notice. ton. Then we will estimate:
The. Post Office has been removed brought
i: i :i . last Friday
truthfully denied, as we received our
60 tons G in. cast iron pipe© $50. A. MOO 00
JOS. WATT, Chairman.
27 tons 2 in. wro’t iron pipe © 80 . 216“) 00
all kind* of
for the item published last
THROUGH TO NEW YORK.
) again some time.
door; c ' t of the old .and, on the cor information
Laying 4 miles pipe © .$300 ; t mile 1200 Ou
week from the lips of several men who
Pioneers who propose to make the 200
ner of Third and D streets, and has are
hitig to purchase a good been so arranged as to make it more all know more of the matter, by-and-by. eastern trip will find the run to New Cementing............................................ 100 00
York to be well worth the little time
and small amount of money required.
tele, of B. F. Hartman for co m ■ rsztai.’.-Gv Turner has an eye
Many have not seen New York for
to btisine- -, and makes this change to J ury L ist .
Following is the list of jurors drawn thirty to forty years, and recent pro-
vceommodate both himself and the
.1. P irgent.of Bellevue, wn-
" ' uumb< r of people who get their for the October 1883 term of Circuit gre-sinthe arts and sciences will re
Io. aday, looking a little peek ¡ar
WKEKLY. BY T. W. BBDMOSD.l
veal wonders. The shipping of New
niad at tlie McMinnville Post otiice.
Court for Yamhill county :
ha 's been slightly ailing for
York, public buildings, hotels, banks,
Wright k Hemstock’.» steam thresh
At Amity, Or.
Occupatio, u tric lights aud and handsome parks are
er finished up this year's run last Sat Name.
•i Fisher, who lias beer. in A.--, having nut in
sights that one residing nt a distance Flour, per barrel.........................
Astiuia, fpr some time, is w|
ji ’ minnnille .
I j> th, y shell« I out about 38,-
cannot expect to st e more than once
. 'or bis brother, II. Fish 000 bushels o’ grain, about three- VV D McDonald................
Capitalist in a lifetime. The fare has been placed Data,
fourths of which v as wheat, Fhey \V P Gallcutiue............... . Laborer. at a lower rate than will probably ever PI ulm , per pound.....................
jcATV/TA'.f ft ^yrr,
rnted” gate np nt Hod- int-'.i'i us that they have met with T P Austin....................... Engipççr. he again given nnrt tickets are good Bran, per ton...............................
for a time that will permit extended Ground Feed, iter ton.................
it*d. Do you understand? much bette; success this year than last; J F Wisecarver............... ...Farmer
innville , orecon .
excursions. Of course the more that Potatoes, per bushel ..............
die tioaaiics” are Lad things tha’though tliev lnve traveled over a T J Rowland.....................
Onions, per pound........................
thrc'li the e.-Iv ¡¡ml lite grain, they A Andrews.......................
of our pioneers who propose goin^r Bacon Sides, per pound...............
Farm3 for Sale on Easy Terms
ol opened Monday with have exci e I d last year’s run by sever
east are by all means advised to visit Ham, per pound.........................
Alto Flouring Millt,
n ntteiidauce. This Re al thousand bushels.
New York’, for to see that city is to see Shoulders, per pound....... .........
. tir employment of a fourth
Lard, per pound .......
A C Martin........................
Go d enough.
Parties wishing to locate, by Pre eruption or
Butter, per pound.....................
here at 11: 3 b'clc k did not arrive un
Hoinettead, upon Government Land, or to pur
Eggs, per dosen.......................
To TnE P ublic .
is now ready to instruct i'll 12 o’clock. Tlie cause of this M
School or Railroad Land*, will do well to
flint, per pound........
•. either at the college or del iy was-—While the two trains, one on
I wish to snv that lam no longer in Hide«, dry
call upon or uddre»« n>e at I ain thoroughly
green, per pound............
Half hour piactice the narrow gaucc and the west side J W Carey................. ... ....Painter the employ of Mr. I. G. Davidson, Hides,
ncqui inted with »nr'h lands throughout Lite eu
Hoge, per c'H................
>1 V all beginners.
train, were svitching, nt Whites sta B _ F . Morae......................... Blacksmith. neither do I wish to collect any monies Dressed
tire Willamette Valley, on either aide of the
. Farmer from my customers while I was in the Wre>l, per |>ound .......................
B F Lewis ....................
river, ami r«n show parlies the most valuable
Tsllow. per pound...... . ...............
’ al awarded to CahnNicl:- four miles south oft' place,
landfi and d' eirabJe locations, from 40 to 1,200
o. of 8. F. for their Boots-
acre« in a body. Information [>ertaining to
F armer —except the judgement I hold against
viiich arc kept only by 11. tlie Narrow-at One err of the Nar- Jeft' Davis ...... ..............
lands I urn ¡she-i gratis. For location and pri
J R Martin...................
ciy pair warranted.
P ublic S alf .1
ces, eeud for circular. Add re*a
W. II. IL G rant .
ro'v-gauge .. •aiu
. t damaged consid- J J Henderson..............
Mr, J. L. Latld will sell at public
N. B.—I would also state to my many
’ in ■ i liars; handsome Vel- vratev. A little, g r! whose name we
friends that 1 am still iu the business auction, at his premises 1^2 miles west
sh Ribbons: beautiful La did not 1< arn, ’ who was a passenger in
of enlarging pictures, and having se
Office-Willi Geo. G. Hinffhaus,
'.■•les ot Ilaudki rchiefsat one of the car
let's—at cheap prices.
train, received a s*
bury. a tirst-class artist, can guarantee Farming utensils. For further partic
■ vrf going E ast purchased head. No furt r damage is repotted, J C Giliett ---------------
ock ia»t Monday
- al valises here, to show
done in oil, at the same old prices.
i< t <1 raining in a H M McCoy....................... ...farmer is
’ii timsiiis how cheap H.
All orders sent to my address will re
Land Office al Oregon Citv, I
indicate that busi- John Powell........................
c Minnvilie sella hi» goods.
Oregon, Aug 2nd, 1883. (
ceive prompt attention. Thankingthe
lust what we might John Livingood...................
giv. n that the following
Campbell is cutting awm
■ remarked, “ now R Baird.............. ...............
anVHsair.x Y h mid'J and Pnik c untí» < ao!to- uati.o«l settler has filed notice of bis intention
in the past, I would respectfully solicit ( itinsr
mg Cozine creek that runs
is commenced, “ J .8 Clark ......
for the Knckford fire I lathi-
a share of your patronage iu the future. • •»»»•r. order*
to rmhe final proof in *upi>on of his claim,
place, which improves th*
will' h I* Kivln ’
an i jiiat the maohlne that rv» ry farmer neoda. nd ihat m H proof will b* made before the
i.in that locality, muchly.
’’vinty Clerk of Yamhill County at Lafayette,
r. j< ore midnight J Emmet
read the following certificate:
r grounds have l<en »ur-
< f“’ ij,on Monday, fcept TO,
via : Mary
Olds .. -
it is found that u good mile
Var ile, formerly Msry Rice, Homestead En-
r.firir up ut the Sumner Carr ...
We hereby oerttfy that we have pnrcha»<<l »ry No, 147T for lot I of See. 12 T 4 8, R b W.
obtained, instead of a
Miss Belle Johnson, who has been a Tire Tightening Machine, now being wold bv Rhe names the following wiln^mestn prove
path nt for a few
ack, as we stated last week, wiatl
A Parker, which we have thoroughly
4t when the sun $ Hobeon.....................
Farmer studying at the Conse rvatory of Music Harri*
»eeted and find tn be a sue o-s tor tightening ber ontmuoua rwidenee upon and mltivatiow
t'reind and his aaaistant,
in Granville, Ohio, will return to Mc tire»,
i ct Septem- Wm Eversi
Ti TliC -
can reeouiino^rTU to ev< ry man f aeid land, vic: D. McCall, H. Brower, E.
von shopped in to see rs
ur Equinoc- Jack Forest,. wheatland ,.... Farmer Minnville in a few days, and will be who has 1004»*
tires on bnasries. hacks or wig- M. Greeiey and G. R. A. Farr in, all of Me*
'nining. They nre well liai storm,, I i tier
prepared to give lessons to all who may >>ns, as being a!i that '•iMinnc'i for ir.
il » the t “ 1 ther • growl -
4innvllh, Yatumll County, Oregon.
’ li Mil
A LOGAN BRo’« • 21t*
u the fuvorabi« opening oi ers and we L-feet will be satisfied.
L. T. BARIN, Register.
„ son who takes a paper regular.
1-y. . ..!■''lice, whether directed tu
's. or whether he anb-
n responsible for puynient.
□rti r-, his pap - diauontin-
i,.y i rrears, or the publisher
’ j ;!, i ‘ * h > to Mind it until lutymcut u
r i '.'ten collect the whole amount,
' “tiw pa'p'sr 13 taken lrou> the oulue or
For Cash or Produce.
New Goods !
ROBISON & BAKER,
J. I. CASE’S