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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1894)
F. H. B*
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. and Indege.
p'.e up thtre.
Coyotes are 1
»heep by the d
Revtn.e ’lotl'e« in local columna 10 renta per Polk county
- 'I . • -V I
2. The city schools opened after a
line lor fint week and 5 cent* per line thereafter.
DUpUy advertisement« annua! ratet, «me inch
G F. Waller, a pioneer of 48, week’s holiday, with an enrollment of
)«r monta »1 caca additional inch M) cents p» r
21. John M. Crawford returned
died in Monmouth Dec 24th, of la 409.
Obituary and marriage notices not exceed.'ox
a trip to Europe.
lo linas pub!-.«trat free if temlshed tn ume to grippe, aged 64 years
24. The Carlton Dramatic Co. plaj^
le« currant-newa Additional matter V> cent- per
C. A. O. U. tt. and D. of II. lodges
The TouMzAawL is ¡1 new tvcekly 1
held a joint public installation and eup “Better than Goll.”
how infa-.nv ii ' di - m J
democratic paper started in Port per. The Foresters did the same.
24. Richard Cook died of paralysis.
at home?” We answer,« . o.S t
FRIDAY, JAN. 5, 18&4
land. It is after republican scalps.
25. Horse ehow held. Sixteen horses
7. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. U.
He esfTlius. also in reply to the Its leader has the party by the neck,
three jacks exhibited.
It cost F. H Greenz >64.90 and Gortner celebrate with them their 30th
storm of-criticism which his circular and ali it knows to do or can do is to x
, ; .
26. Geo. Gibbens, near Dayton, lost
T he bill for a bridge across the j V. P.oonett and F. P Harp >50.00 wedding anniversary.
• I H
• •• I was troubled with liver complaiat and an-
hits life by rushing into bis burning bouse has evoked, that it does not apply to ' follow.
I iwri'b. .
jlargeuient of the spleen. At last I could not M. El:«-:-'
Hudson between New York and Jer each at Albany for killing deer out of 9. Wm. VanBuekirk died.
walk ccross n;y r om, and took to my bed. a«
10. The McMinnville National bank to rescue his children whom he supposed
sey city has passed both houses of season.
Beanrepaire, Thomas Nelson Page amt
others. Articles on topics of current inter
held its annual election, R. R. Lanpb- to be within, but who, in reality, were
congress. So the way is open for
ness is enforced; consequently, the One of the King of liaUoiney's Feint^° Sarsaparilla aud am entirely cured. It has ak . est wilt be contributed by distinguished
The Masonic order in Portland1 lin was made director in lien «if R. P. at a neighbor’s.
the construction ot what will be the
Warriors Prove# an Ugly Patient. I
Influenza generally prevalent in the police are not to arrest men on the
| propostj to erect a new edifice to Earhart, deceased.
world a greatest bridge structure.
charges usually brought against i
I cost >300,000 as soon as the times
13. The firemen gave a benefit enter- county.
when Dr. Yeager's residence bell was rung-
tramps—vagrancy, begging aud rid The visitor was a messenger from Man been brought about by Hood’s Sarsaparilla "
The workingmen of eastern indus
M rs . R. A. H amilton , Fresno. Calliorula
Highest temperature for month 64 deg; ing on freight trains.
ager Penny of the Dahomey village, ask
decided success, the receipts amounting
trial centers are holding mass-meet
lowest 26. Rainfall 5.67.
Hood’s Pills Uurs BiCK Ueadacbe. 250. HARPER idM AG AZINE .
to |131 35.
If tlie vast army of tramps were ing the physician to come at once to the
village and attend a patient suffering from
ings to protest, against the ruin of i coast has just been turned out at the
14. G. A R. and W. R. C. held a
ircHINU TIl-ES known by motatur» HARPER’S BAZAR
lue ¡«erspiruiion, cause inlenae itching HARPERS YOl NG PEOPLE
American industry and the beggary 1 Oswego foundry. It is 35 inch, and joint installation. Over 3dO persons par I. The Yamhill County Fair Associa
warm. This form and BDIND-
nor imagines—inen honestly seeking. tbe sake of the adventure than for the fee. HAVE whan
ULXBPINU or RBOIRUDINO RIL£S
of the American toiler through the I is for the Bull Run line
took of supper.
Postage fr- e to all Sllll'WI it»-
YIELD AT ONCE TO
Wilson bill. Within a few days, such
3. Public reading room formally work, and unable to obtain it—his an and proceeded to examine the bigte th
United •tate-, Canada Hlltl Ml-Xl
OR. BO SAN-KO’S PILE REMEDY,
meetings have been held in Troy, N
order would do credit to his human- J Inclosed in a mouth thatoi>eue«i like acel-
GOT absorbs tumors, sliava itching, effecting
2d. iJemorest medal contest at opera opened, with 225 books on the shelves.
; < lar door. To make sure which was the
a permanent cure. Price roe. th iiggists
Y., in Newark, N J , in Yonkers and I of Hon J. W. Maxwell, of Netarts,
or mail ■ Dr. Bosanko. Philadel vh’a, Ta.
The \ .Junies of the Ma;mzine begin with
tooth Dr. Yeager lagan prying
Amsterdam, N. Y , and in Kensing , was married on Christmas day to house, Miss Stella Lyons of New berg the honors from medical department univer- j country, it is not Such tnen form i i I offending
the numbers for June mul Deeenilier of
around with bis little steel instrument so
ton, the great manufacturing dis David W. Jones, a liveryman of Till- winner.
each year. When no time ii mentioned,
but a minimum of the tramp brigade. familiar to all who have visited the cham
subscriptions wilt li<';‘iii with tho number
21. The United States Banking Co. sity of Oregon.
trict of Philadelphia The plan is i amook
North Yambill held her city election. I Its bulk is composed of men who do
current at the time of reiviiit m order.
one that should be followed in every
■ closed its floors at Gervais, Junction and
He accidentally touched the nerve of the
Bound volumes of Ha pel 's Magazine for
7. Twenty or thirty young fellows not desire work—who would not, decayed and aching molar, ami the ama-
center of American industry.
The football at Portland Monday Sheridan.
three years back, in nest doth binding, will
be scut by mail post-paiii. mi receipt of Vi
between the Multnomah Athletic! 25. L. P. Younger died at Lafayette.
work if regular occupation were fur zon let loose a yell that drew to her side
per volume. Cloth cases, for binding, 50
10. John H. Walker died at Bynum nished them. The result of his order 1 ! every member of the village.
T he house committee on banks and club and the Stanford uni versity men
27. Twenty-seven accessions to the
each—by mail, post-paiil.
llemitt.-inee.-: s|i„nld lx- made by postomee
hanking voted on the proposition to resulted in a victory for the latter Christian church in McMinnville,
tive crowd that danced about the woui-
8. Dr. G. W. Goucher died in Amity.
ONLY ONE money order or drift, to avoid chance of
’s bedside. Dr Yeager «»oily contin
Snow went ecurrying through the air,
report a bill for the unconditional re by a score of 16 to 0.
errant knights of idleness toward1 au
and the average Oregonian was hugging
Newspapers are not to copy this adver
peal of the ten per cent tax on the
Geo W. Harper, the new Umatilla tho stove. D. S. Holman reported the 22.37 inches.
tisement without the express order m Har
circulation of state banks. The pro Indian agent, from Carrolltown, Ga ,
II. The Farmers’A Traders’ bank at vigorous protest from the badgered forceps and hooked on to the pain produc RESULTS ARE WHAT TELL per Address
leant rain of auy January for 49 years.
HARPER A BROTHERS.
We guarantee that oneof these pills at a dose, a.ill
position was lost, as the vote was a entered upon his duties Nev; Year’s !
ing worry. Sari u as not astonished, but i rroduoa better results tu
Jones & Co. moved into their new
Costivenesa, Hour Stomaoh, Bad Breath aud
lie—6 to 6 The six members who day He says his assistants will all,
she was hurt. As the steel instrument
ness. than tires to five of any other make.
without griping and sickening Their wyaderful
went crashing into the gum surrounding
voted f«»r unconditional repeal all be selected from Oregon.
action malted you leel like a new
but maudlin sentimentalism, and be , the
A. J. Nelson’s entire family held a re per cent of liabilities.
Ciruggista or mall- Bosanko Med. to.» PhUa., Pa-
aching tooth the brawny woman set
Mieses Young and Henderson gave un compelled by the force of popular up a howl that set every one of her sisters
came from the South The six who
union, the first for ten years.
voted against unconditional repeal
29. Mrs. E. A. Blair, national organ entertainment in Newberg.
opinion to revoke his order.— Toledo and the black men wild with excitement,
j The louder the amazon y elled the harder
12. State G. A. R. encampment at Blade.
included, besides three republicans, gou City to Molalla, 32 miles, the izer Loyal Temperance Legion, lectured
Pendleton. Fifteen McMinnville dele
at Christian church.
Chairman Springer himself.
This contractor is to receive
the man at the other end of the forceps,
Coals to Newcastle and codfish to but the doctor’s dodging powers are aj
Highest temperature for month, 59 gates attend. J. C. Cooper elected de
points to conditkmal repeal, so far as trifle more than 92 for each trip.
’s Weekly is beyond all question
deg. ; lowest 8; rainfall 2.05 inches.
Boston are parallel expressions. ! acute as they were the day he left the col
the committee is concerned — Toledo This is getting down to hard-pan
lege football team
li-»ding journal in America,in its splen-
l M i W* couchs . I 1 the
And however absurd the former sug- j She finally leaped from thecot on which
The Oregon City Enterprise says
did illustrations, in its corps of distin-
Frank Wright sold his dray business gestion may appear, the latter is ai she reclined, and still the doctor pulled at
«> The ground-hog saw his shadow.
: .'Uislie l contributors, ami in ns vast army
no Oregonian should hesitate to sub
lot readers. In «penal lines it draw- 011
and accepted a position with C. II. Dodd
the molar. Sari struck viciously at her
I fact. The Pacific coast is found to | torturer, but here the doctor showed great
The man who lets^his horse stand scribe for at least one share of mid
■ he highest order «>t talent, the men he -t
lilted by position mid trainira," to treat the
all day in the rain without a blanket, winter fair stock, if for no other rea- j nership with 8. Wilson in the livery busi A. M. Peery bought the Mart High produce a better codfish than is found ' strategy by keeping the woman’s bead so
l<*u«iing topics ot the day. In fiction the
GRANDMOTHER S ADVICE. mottpopular story-writers contribute to its
in Atlautic waters and a Boston man j
the man who growls like a beast with sou than to preserve the bond as a |
In raieiuff a family of nine children, my only rem- eoluinus
The current week the ground was cov-1
Superb drawings by the fore-
for Coughs, Colda and Croup was onion syrup.
a sore head when his wife asks hirn souvenir
The city schools observe Arlior day knows a good codfish when he sees it. ! Around and around the village went the <rdy
It ie just ai etfeotlve tu-day as it was forty yean 1 most artists illustrate its special articles,
ered with 12 to 16 inches of snow. Train«
I its «lories, and every notable event of pub-
with appropriate ceremonies. The wild Sometimes, indeed, it is successfully !
for money, the woman who whispers
Onion Syrup which lt> already prepared and more
Hale Backetisto <t former saloon-1 were blockaded and schools suspended.
and kept cool. The woman made (benight
. lie interest; it contains portraits ot the
purchased with the eyes shut. In any hldeou. with her cries and grew angrier ¿hsatiant to the ts»ste. Sold at 50 cents a bottle. , distingni-hed men and women who are
around that some other is not what ist of Dallas, has turned his place A delightful time for coasting and sleigh rose was chosen as state flower.
ROCERti BROS., Druggitstu.
making the history of the time, while
event, it is found that San Francisco every moment. Still the molar held its
she ought to be, the preacher who is into a headquarters for lunch and ing.
i special attention i« given to the army ami
codfish have a more delicate bouquet; the struggling doctor and amazon and
j navy, amateur sport, and music anil the
always looking for an easier place and temperance drinks
He is pleased The first Congregational church of Chrisman grocery stock.
drama, by distinguished expeits
than their Boston rivals, hence a con-1 expressed their delight at the spectacle ill
u higher salary, the man who walks with the change, and saves paving Sheridan incorporated.
word. Harper's Weekly combines the news
22. F. W. Cady removed to Beaver
Tho first meeting in Union block hull,
siderable trade lias sprung up be
feature. <4 t! a daily paper and the artistic
the streets with his hands in his pock license.
The end came at last and in a most un-
and literary qnalit.e- ot the magazine with
held by the Workmen.
ets while his wife carries the baby,
expeted manner. Some of the villagers,
the «olid critical character of the review.
24. Allyn and Colvin held entertain
Two Clatskauie boys are holding | 4 Mrs. J. T. Jolly died.
strengthening food fish. The present perceiving that the doctor’s strength was
and the man who keeps a dog and
successful communication with their
6. The Martin and Turner saloons
almost exhausted and admiring the pluck
say, he can t afford the newspaper,
I 26. Odd Fellows’ 74th anniversary season's catch of codfish on this coast i ; he demonstrated by holding on ns long as
neighbors by the use of barb-wire I burglarized. Aliout |20 taken.
PLANT FERRY'S HEEDS
are the people who need a little less
| celebrated in McMinnville by 400 mem- is summed up at 1,243,000 fish, against he had decided to take the matter in
fences for telegraph lines
1 bers. Thos. A. Stevens, of Portland, or- 1,315,000 last year. During the past j hand, separate the man of medicine from
Ferry’« Seed Annual forlbWwulj
money and u little more religion
insanely angry woman and at the same
rnents are attached to the wire,
1 ator oi the day.
thirty years the average annual catch the
uboui a Uui to ralst und
time protect the former from injury.
The 25th anniversary of the marriage has been somewhat over a million fish Three or four men seized the woman, and
. 4 IXI
T hs state board of equilization so which is insulated with rubber at
tlun to tie Lu<l froth uo
7. Rev. W B. Knowles left for ( ali-
source. Fite to
Y(H NG PEOPLE
two amazons seized the doctor. The two
! of J. C. Cooper and wife celebrated by a along this coast.
fur as heard from has made changes the staples.
y/k D. M. Ferry &
house full of friends.
affecting this county as follows
We think it rains a great deal in
16. Jaa. Weston died at Amity, aged
suddenly the bond that united the doctor
Town lots raised ten percent, horses, Oregon, and so it dees, but a Mt : 67.
uct, and appears under as many se At the same instant the woman was
reduced twenty per cent, cattle re Pleasant man who has kept tab on j Chinese New Years celebrated by local
The Volumes of the Weekly liegin with
28. The St. Charles hotel sold to Wm. ductive guises as a variety actress. thrown over the heads of the attacking
the first number foi Jaimatv of t ach year.
duced ten per cent, bank shares of the weather finds that since Sept. 17 |
party at her rear, awl the doctor went sail
no time i-. mentioned, subscriptions
Last year about a million barrels of ing over the shoulders < f those who had
•tock rinsed forty per cent
By it has been possible to work out of j use of fireworks and gin.
ASSil.M L’S NOTICI! TO CREU
will begin with the number • urrent at the
17. C. W. Talmago completed the
oil were made from something over a
time of receipt of ordei
AbearrTiangeH the county lOSPS Ot doors without getting wet one-half of
A moment later Dr. '/eager was seen sit
city assessment. Net taxable property,
Round Volumes ot Harper's Weekly for
cattle >11,924, on horses >56,100, and the time
Martin A «tinders. A. M banders and F J. ihreeye u- Oui k in imat nkdh binding-, will
ent by mail postage paid, or by express
gains on towu lots >56,235, and on
1. The Lafayette Educational society North Carolina editor has amused piece of ivory that once adi rned the month Martin ba. c made a geneial aasivnment for the l>e
Grandma Butler, of Monmouth,
9. Miss Ida Burrows, of the Cordray-
¡•l'ovidi 1 the in i.'ht .|. v«
benefit of a.l ibt-lr creditor« to the undersigned free of < jteii
■hares of stock about >35,000. The entertained children, grand-children Wass theatrical company fell and broke
of the troubled amazon.—Chicago Herald. a. assignee said assleniuent having been made not exceed one dollar pet Volume
2. The stable of 0. 8. Davidson to its various destinations
net gain in valuation as it stands at and great grand-children of her fam her leg on a McMinnville sidewalk.
cepted the tnist, as such assigns aud has made
Cloth C h s for each volume, suitable for
300,000 barrels of it are manufac-
PUREL Y I 'EGETA ISLE— ami filed bis inventory and valuations of IL><- es binding, will be ent by mail, post-paid, on
this writiug is about >50,000. Last ily to the number of 48 on Christmas
10. The Cordray Co. played “Hum burned on G etreet.
tatesol said assiguors under oath and lias given ;
of $1 each
bis bond as such aaslgnge accordir.gto law, and
3. Death of Allan Hussey in Portland. tured into “lard ’ by the Armours
year's gain was a million and a half. day. Mrs. T W Fenton, a daugh bug” to a big house.
that said bond Las bee'll duly appro ved.
Remittances should be made by" post
and others who give large funds to
Now. therefore, all persons bating claims
17. A big mask ball held, with 98 par-
The board is still at work
ter, was pr«ser.t with her family,
‘- a JI/ a compound of ro- again-1 the estates of-aid asstgnor.4 or against office money order or di aft, to avoid chance
Newspapers are not to copy thia
John Thompson appointed postmaster found theological seminaries in Chi
estate,ui either or any ot mem me hereby
trom this city.
notified by me to present them lo me at my re.i- , advertiaeuient without theexpres- order to
19. Movement set on foot for a free
cago The sardine men of Maine,
j • » prated botanical ex- dence In Yamhill county, state ot Oregon, under i Harper A Brother .
A lthouoh holiday week was with
Address HARBER A BROTHERS,
The statement is made that grad reading room. W. J. Garrison contrib 4. Elsia Wright let the contract for who pack their juvenile herring in
I — ¡tracts. These tiny, rath, with prener vouchers therefor, wlihinthrea ,
months fiom die date of this notice.
out a session of either branch of con ing on the Portland-Hillsboro elec
his new block.
/ sugar-coated pellets
uted over 200 volumes.
“pure olive oil’’ use about 20,00V
gress it was an Important one in its tric motor line is to commence next 1 20 L. H. Reeves, U. 8. Banking Co’s
\ / —the smallest and
Snow still visible in the mountains.
J J. HENDERSON, Aasiguee.
A A the easiest to take
6. Tho Workmen appoint a celebra barrels; and the pious soap makers
One of the most im week if the weather is at all suitable. cashier arrested in Portland and tried on
woh use'only pure olive, almond or
portant of its developments has been The plan is to extend the road to I the 22d.
cocoanut oil in their business take
Jhc struggle within the ways and Cedar Mills as soon in tho spring as
22. Washington honored at the ! W. A. Henderson buys an interest in 100.000 barrels of cottonseed oil. and
observe the Jigtires print
Mr. Qitalev’s granite monument busi the honest butter makers and inanu gestion, Hick and Bilious Headaches, Dlzzi-
means committee over the question 1 ]>ossible and then push on rapidly to Christian church by a concert.
address on the mar-
facturera of “pure olive oil” of ness, Bilious Attacks, and uff darangemenu
24. Farmers busy plowing.
of an iucome tax Such members cf Hillsboro.— Independent
They indicate TOxWSORIAI. PARLORS,
26. A eon born to family of E. W.
the committee as Congressman Mc
to revive the board of trade and work
They cure wnnaiwntlp, because they ««ct the date to which your subscrip
Real estate men give it as their. Wallace.
Millin of Tennessee, and Bryan of
naturcdly. They don’t shock and weaken
for the good of the town.
Also note subscrip
system, like tho huge, old-fashioned tion is paid.
Nebraska, were found to be very per opinion that the present Oregon im
ftotes from Carlton During the
12. A. M. Pee.y opens a realestate
pills. And they’re more effective. One tion price stated on the first page. For a Clean 8haveor Faahioni^^Bw^
little pellet for a corrective or laxative—
sistent in their support of ar. income migration is of a more desirable type, 1
Cut Give Him a Call.
28. Miss Cora X. Young gave an elo- i office.
; three for a cathartic.
! L'tdess your subscription is paid
-WTBfiuuurt of the tariff bill, while even if small, than that of any pre cutionary and plastique entertainment.
13. Oratorical contest at McMinnville
Our teachers of the public schools
They’re the cheapwt pills you can buy, for in advance, you are paying at the
My Baths »re lieu and Ora clan <n every Te.
Those who are now ■
’re gnaraatc?d to give satisfaction, or
Chairman Wilson, Burke C'ockran of vious year
Stauley Urophlette died at Amity,aged college. Louis Aiderman chosen to rep gave an exhibition on Friday before ' j they
«peel. Ladle:, Barhaaud sliamptiolug a apecl»'.-
yotir money is returned
resent the institution at state contest.
New York and Congressman Mont
Christmas, which was a credit to
I employ none but first-class men. Don’t
92 years. A pioneer of ’45.
You pay only for the y>od you get.
call attention to the matter in or ty.
forget the place Three doors west of Hotel
16. State S. S. association at Newberg. both teachers.
gomery of Connecticut, also members exception, are people of more or less
25. Wm. Poole broke bis leg at work
der that there ‘may be no misun- Yamblll.
17. Bankers’convention held.
of the committee oppose it. So the means, who having disposed of their on the Southern Pacific.
With so wide a
IV. Commencement exercises of city
During the week mayor and city coun
democratic members tFere found al possessions in the states farther east,
McCutcheon for a dinner on Christ
the cash in ad-
most equally divided among them are now seeking homes in a land I cil made a levy of 10 mills; 5 for water,
mas day to the old people of his re
system, it is not
selves on this important question, which they know to be of milder cli 3}^ for general purposes, and 114 for derson’s safe.
streets. A reduction on provious levy of
aud whether it will get into tho bill mate.— Forest Grove Times.
and stay in it is very uncertain. Mr.
young people being deprived of that
Edgar Van Avery attempted to
Wayne Carlin sold his dray business Carlton warehouse.
method of pay when you please,
McMillin, who is leading the fight jump onto the S. P yard engine as to Frank Wright, and forming a partner John 8. Evenden died at Gervias, aged pleasure, Miss Sara Scott in the ev
will avail themselves of the
in favor of a tax on incomes, wants it was slowly moving toward him, ! ship with F. E. Griffith bought the cigar 77.
ening of the same day called her
i first opportunity to place the score One Doot West
young cousins and relatives to sup
21. Baloon ascension.
to impose a tax of two per cent on when by a misstep one foot was' factory of Fish & Ruffe. Fred Stewart
of (Agar Store.
McMINNt ILLI'. OR.
1 on the other side.
22. Friends of Miss Dolby Daniels cel per at her father’s house, to get even
all incomes above four thousand dol caught under a wheel. The young! bought the soda factory of Bullock A
with the old folks, which they' did.
ebrated her 16th birthday.
lars per annum, which he estimates man hung on manfully or his entire I Keller.
themselves equally as well.
The Oregon herd hook issued.
would bring about thirty million dol body would have been drawn ufider.
The Baptist church extended a call to
folks iti anticipation of
lars per aununi to the government. As it was it became necessary to am Rev. Bonham.
a good time gathered on Friday ev
Chas. Grissen places his new book,
He also estimates that a tax on lega putate his great toe, and although
ening for a social hour, but for some
30. Memorial day observed.
cies and successions would bring he suffered great pain, the boy is “Ideala,” on sale.
reason, which the scribe could not
find out, they occupied both halls,
about ten millions more, and that a quite comfortable today. This acci-1 The Union Hardware Co. opens stock j Opera house filled with people.
but they enjoyed themselves well.
tax on playing cards aud a few tri dent should serve as a strong lesson of harness.
Mrs Lila Maddox, nee T-ila Goucher,
Tho Fuqua sawmill property sold for
On Sunday evening we had anopen
fles of this kind would obviate the for boys to keep away from moving
died in Portland.
temperance meeting with a good at
necessity for a further tax upon that cars and trains. — Salem Journal
J. A. Hill, butcher, sold to I. B. Os
tendance. The program was short
ing the week.
staple article of democratic consump
borne of Amity.
and to the point, especially the open
After the distribution of supplies
tion. whisky. All this fighting in
Highest temperature for month 56;
1. Rev. Chas. I,. Bonham and wife
favor of a tax on incomes is under donated for the needy in Portland it lowest 8; rainfall 7:32 inches.
Miss Ella Swanson aud Messrs
from New York state.
stood to be in direct opposition to
Ben Blood, Willie Scott and John
Itts the new shortening
5. G. B. Tucker removed to Portland. Loder, who have been attending
the views of the administrate!! The who applied were not absolutely in
1. The law makiag all taxes payable to
6. School bond election. |9,000 bonds school spent the holidays at home.
taking the place of lard
It is always the case with
president and Secretary Carlisle, it . want
the sheriff went into effect.
authorized to run not less than ten years. I
or cooking butter, or
The old gentlemen of our town
is understood, doubt the wisdom of an
The North Yamhill Leader sold to C.
7. Commencement exercises at Mc
both. Costs less, goes
attempt to tax incomes
Minnville College, 13 graduates. Chap- bated the tariff question, pro and
Come and See Us
and is easily
thoroughly under the control of the
pel overcrowded w ith people and flowers. con, and on account of cue of the old
ip^dlgcsted by anyone.
New York financial influence, and, of anthropy of well disposed citizens , typhoid fever
10. Ballston opened the picnic season. gentlemen being absent spending
AT ALL GROCERS.
course that influence would be dead
Christmas with his son, it took them
12. Grand Chapter R. A. M. elect of all week to arrive at unanimity. Your
against a tax ou incomes
Annual school meeting. Report of ficers.
scribe believes that our shoemaker
Retuse All Substitutes. 1
want an additional tax placed on known. It is charged that some of
clerk showed balance on hand in treasu
whiskey, with, perhaps, a tax ou
ry, $1199 16, and resident children of
in passing the tariff bill, either by
IAÍÍI TON S SALE.
Made only by
successions and legacies
So the at the saloons and second hand school aye. 662. T. B. Kay elected di ; Newberg. Crowd estimated at 2.0J0.
electricity or gas.
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
end of the year 1893 fiuds the demo stores
rector and D. M Caidwell reelected ¡the Frank Hauswirth stock at North
VyOTICL is hereby kiven that by virtue ot an
The people of Carlton started a
ST LOUIS and
.,N order ot tne County court foi i amhill coun
cratic party still in a state of great
The Ureyontan makes the announce clerk A three hours stormy session was Yamhill, and advertised extensively.
singing class Jan. 2nd, which ¡3 free
«rregou. directing and empowering tue under-
CHICAGO, NEW tORK
dgned ns the executor of the hot will and testa
uncertainty as to their course in re ment that Nat Blum has left for held and important matters aired and
Prof. Aylesworth, lately
Bond & Gaunt succeed O. J. Leabo as to all.
went of Sherman Hatth. deceased to sell the
gard to their much vaunted tariff re Washington and offers the following 1 discussed.
from the east, is the instructor and
■ hereinafter described real pt ,pern of the estate
of said decedent. Inorder io obtaiu fund« with
7. Wallace A Hartman held a plow
ductions This has been their chief as a reason “The announcement of
which to pay the Indebtedness of said estate aa-l
17. 8. 8. picnic at Amity. It rained. 1 from all appearances will be a suc-
I me expenses of the aduiinistratlnn thereof J
war cry—a reduction aud destruc Nat Blum s departure for Washing !
Ex-Sheriff T. J. Harris sold his farm
will, on the 13th day of January, laid, at the hour
ot one o ciock in the atteniooii ot olid day at
tion of the tariff, yet congress has ton was received with surprise by pulling a Triumph sulky ten l’eet, cutting and removed to Forest Grove.
court hoc.*- do.,r In M. Mitinvllle, Oregon
a furrow 15.7 inches wide and 7.7 inches
It la the Beat.
ell at public auction for ea-h in band on day of
19. M. W. Tallman, warehouseman
been In session most of the time since the public, and his action was the
The success of Chamberlain’s Cough >
of Dayton, absconds, delinquent between
tollwing described real property of sai l estate
the first of August but without hav- j subject of much comment yesterday
10. J W. Ilobbe opened a real estate five and ten thousand dollars.
to-wlt Begiutiing in the center ot the county
Remedy in effecting a speedy cure of I
. road now mere al-c-ut 21.oo chains west ci the
ing accomplished anything, aud still' A gentleman who is supposed to be office in Union block.
ea.-XI!ne ot Sectiou 25. ;u i 5 . K. 4 W., in Yam
20. County teachers’ institute opened. colds, croup and whooping cough has
this important question, the agita on the inside of government affairs
bill county, Oregon, at the northwest corner of
A. II. Roberts sold his Carlton liver}’ I J. R. Hume conductor.
brought it into great demand. Messrs.'
2. actes now owned hv A C. Davis thence south
tion of which is causing so much fi says
Blum has gone to Washing stable to Geo. W. Oldham.
50 chains to the northeast corner of O. B Skin
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? For a
22. Yamhill pioneers held a picnic in
ner’s land, thence west 1560 chains more or less
prompt answer «nd
____ . write to
nancial depression, so much loss to ton to testify in the matter of the
R. B. Hibbs shipped 62 China pheus- , Oak Park. Jeptha Garrison was elected that it has gained a reputation second to ‘ M
i nn Ac
O., ’ who
»ho have bad i-earirafty
t > the southwe t corner otth;s tract ot land to the
xperteEce In the patent
Hue fence now there; thenc,- north 32, a chains
the manufacturers, so much suffer Hawaiian muddle. President Cleve ants to Colorado and Illinois.
none in that vicinity. Jas. M. Queen, | tiqps
strictly confidential. A Handbook ot In
more or less along said line fence to tne center of
ortnatlon concerning Patents
Patent* and bow to op
county road now there thence eatieriv along
ing and want and starvation to the land Deeds an intelligent and well in
23. peter Powers consigned to insane of Johnston, W Va., says it is the best tai u them sent tree. Alto a catalogue or mechan the
r enter ot said county road to the place of be
ical and scientific books sont free.
unemployed millions, remains in a formed person to furnish testimony land of pneumonia.
ginning. containing futy acres iuo«e or less in
Patent- taken ttrougb Munn & Co. receive
Newberg, and Chris Hill he ever used. B. F. Jones, druggist. •portal
Geranium lodge No. 63 organized at from
Winona, Minn., says: “Chamberlain's tau» ere brought widely before the public with
state of uncertainty. It is simply! in regard to his policy in this matter,
W. S. HATCH Executor
out coat to the lnvatrtor. Th«« splendid paper,
Lafayette with 43 members.
24. -' Jacob Mayer lodge A. F. and A. Cough Remedy is perfectly reliable. I issued weekly, elcgantiylllusuatad. hu by tar the
another link in the long chain of evi and having heard of the talent dis
Sausages ot All Kindi a Specialty.
circulation of any iclcutiac wore tn the
16. The county court made a tax levy M. instituted and consecrated,
have always warranted it and it never laryeat
world. *3 a year. Sample onpiea »ent free.
dence of the truth of incapacity of played by Blum in testifying for the of 26 mills: state 7, school 5, road 2, in Dayton News suspends.
Building Edit.tm, moncbly. SZAu a year. Single
failed to give the most perfect satisfac copies.
25 cents. Every number contains beau
the democratic party to rule for the government, has, it is said, sent for digent soldier .02 and outstanding in 25. Blake Dillinger arrested on a
plates, in colors, ana pnocograplu of new
Hlgbeat cash price for ¿reeled Meats, Hides
tion. 50 cent bottles for sale by S. Ho- tiful
Estate Mortgages’ etc., always on s?ie at' and
with plans, enabling culloen to show the
Poultry Market South 61de ot Third Street,
good of the nation and its people.
te-.esi deslyni and.s*u» odutrjtts. Addrsaa
debtedness 11.93 mills.
Continued on third page.
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