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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1894)
S & ADAMS,
.einan’s hay barn buri
tritìi each dozen cabinet photographs at
B. Skinner died.
■resbytery of Cumberland Montee’s gallery. 25 crayons is >fhe
limit. Crayon can be of self or friend.
J. W. M ontee , Photographer.
h !• •■/'•■! :r^"'
OF ALL KINDS.
If you have real estate for sale, list it
i^WJawnrongh the I ra;u. the ball being
Wra. Scott pardoi
"riruary I st It is propo^tt^MI^^^ ■k ur/lodged *n ’h" !“fl
re ave not well people • swell affair
See A. M. Peery, the real estate man
the right side of the head. The
3. R. W. Patty, aged 84, died iu Hap ! at Spokane. >f Chas. R. Fenton.
lyton to properly care for the
for bargains in real estate. He has a
Eond 4 Phillips exhibit a Swedish tur-\ , .stol was found by Lis side
23. W H. Young loses parts of
large list to select from on the best of
4. Duly celebrated at Sheridan and
nip raised by Ja«_ Cmickshank of Arnity h M II.Messinger testified that deceased
Hvti rc(?R-111rtHa of
ir ailments ar,-.- that weighs 17 pounds.
worked for him since October, coming West Chehaletn. Orators at Sheridan, fingers in Jones' planing mill.
25. Duncan Ross severed three fin D. A. Smith, the watchmaker and i
frot.’ liver troubles which Simmons Liver
A mask ball was held at North Yam
gers in a straw cutter.
jeweler, carries a good line of clocks,
hill Tuesday night. It was well attended, at the house at 7 a. m., leaving hisover- Chehaletn, W. T. Vinton.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
The Christian church organizes» boys’ watches, jewelry aud silverware, at
12. Free Methodist campmeeting in
The handsome lap rol>* given away by 67 numbers being sold.
to the stable »nd shortly after witness progress in Brock’s grove.
reasonable figures. He makes a specialty
F.lsia Wright last Saturday, was secured
Mr. Martin succeeds Mr Austin in heard report of gun. Had not yet arisen
27. Wayland Hunsaker and Lee Col of repairing fine watches.
14. Comet visible in the northwest
by Carlin A Griffith.
the rianagement of the milk route. Mr and thought nothing strange of it
lard bought John Fletcher's feed busi
Building Materials of All Kinds.
A boy’s saddle, almost new, for sale
Miss .Mary Cook <>f the city whool» is Austin lias left McMinnville.
ing to the barn about 9 a. m. he found
Portland bankers give notice that they
cheap at this office.
Bick. Her place » being filled by Mias
City caucus to nominate officers.
The R eport ?.» and Weekly Inter Ocean the dead ifan in the hay mow.
will no longer accept private checks on
Berta Kirk of Newberg.
28. A biithday surprise tendered Mrs.
u vear for 11.25. Hurry in your subscrip
Geo W. Popejoy, an elder brother of banks outside of the metropolis.
Ttdliuii ville Produce UarUet.
Pleasant to the taste and readily taken tion and tell your neighbors.
the deceased, testified that he knew his
Rev. W. H. Jones accepts a call to the
Reported by 1. E Walker.
31. Halloween observed by a New
is Simmons Liver Kegnlator. It cures
Nonce or Sgrri.EMEXT.—All our ac brother carried a revolver and identified pastorate of the C. P. church.
counts «mist he settled either in c»6h or the one found. Knew lie also carried a
15. Newberg held a band picnic.
Among grip sufferers this week are J E. g<x>-l note.
dirk knife. Never saw or heard him do
The Southern Pacific advances freight room. 200 persons feasted on roast pig 1 Butter
Magers, Mrs W. L. Warren, Mr*. J. W.
The McMinnville Flouring Mills have anything indicating suicidal intent. Was rates.
D. V. Olds, of Lafayette, shipped his | Eggs.........................................
Gault and F. H. Barnhart.
17. People generally at the coast.
agniu « hanged hands, Mr. Kiernan hav with him the day previous, and Fred left
18. Prof. Peebles elected principal of
Preaching every 1st an I 2nd Sunday ing sold the plant to V Kratz of Portland. him about 4 p. m., saying he must go
home and do the chores. His father North Salem schools.
at 11 a ro, at W. C. T. U. headquarters
Geo. Beit of Pike died Monday after
5. Death of Elisha Funk.
20. Phil Meaner takes the North
by Elder .1. W. Force of the Church of noon, and was buried on Wedne»<i»y. lives in Buffalo, Mo.
The jury rendered a verdict of suicide, Yamhill and Tillamook mail route.
The semi-centennial of a big arrival of
The cause of his death is given as alco
and the bnrial was at county ex[«nse on
Pacific college, Newberg, issues a 34- pioneers from the states.
Qa*-<iollar a year will «over your doc- holism.
4c Carry the Largest and Most Complete stock of Seasoned Lumber in tbs
page catalogue, showing an enrollment
V. r's hill if you takcSimiri'His Liver Reg
| Buled hay, timothy
Valley, and never allow competitors to undersoil us.
Miss Annie Burnett “ent a box of Mus
elected mayor, W T. Vinton recorder,
of 147 students.
catel raisins to the Relief corps last week
(nr the Children.
Lee Hueton convicted of stealing a and E. C. Walker, Win. Chrisman and
Miss Harriet C. Woodruff, su|«erin- a<i a souvenir of the midwinter fair, from
Sandusky Wilson councilmen.
‘‘In bin ing a cough medicine for the saddle.
tendent of public instruction of Umatilla Colusa county, Cal
8. Union Hardware Co. assigns to 8.
children," says IL A. Walker, a promi 22. The Mulligan livery barn at Amity
county, visited Mr*. A. J. Hunsaker on
The (lancing club will give a ball Sat- nent druggist of Ogden, Utah, “never be burned.
A. Manning. Liabilities $14,000, assets Baled Straw.
Monday and Tuesday.
urday evening of this week, and it is afraid to buy Chamberlain’sCough Rem
24. The beginning of the wheat har
A prominent citizen lias made the fol their purpose to give one every Satur edy. There is no danger from it and re vest.
10. Frank Roeca opens a tailor shop. j Barley Chop
lowing good New Years resolution: day after that date
Yamhill county secures nearly half Shorts
lief ie always sure to follow. I particu
Preliminary examination of Emmet
Never to attempt a speech in public
------ IS THE------
Dr Kelley is in the city negotiating larly recommend Chamberlain's liecause Koon for stabbing Dick Johnson. Bound
v hen he hasn’t anvthing to any.
with home talent to present a couple of I have found it to be safe and reliable. over in the sum of $1,000.
Oil Meal................................... 3c per ft>
lielivf that you “can’t be cured” is a dramas. His work in this line at llills- It is intended especially for colds, croup
James Ludworth tried for breaking into 13. Newberg depot safe robbed of
L. E. Walker will buv all vour nro-
symptom of dy»;>e|>«ia. Take Simiuons boro is highly commended bj the |>apers aud whooping cough ’’ 50 cent hotties an Amity saloon.
duce, paying the highest price in cash
1 iter Regulator.
Trie regular monthly meeting of tho
1 the market will justify. lie will sell
HODSON is still iii tho SWIM with tho best ¡»rices on
ware stock of Wirtz A Mannegan, North i sold to Harris & Co., of Chicago, at par 1 you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar-
The cantata of “David, tho Shepherd Women’s Missionary society of the
drawing 7 percent for 20 years, with a
nil kinds of
Real F.ktaie Transfer*.
l*.ov,”will Ie given al«»ut the 20th of the i Christian church will be held in the
D street south of first National Bank.
ten year option.
Diphtheria prevalent at Dayton.
inonth, on two niglits. It promises to church, Wednesday, 2 p in., Jan. 10th.
Week ending Jan. 3, 1894
lie also carries a full line of Graharu in
Kratz & Kiernan of the McMiunville small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
29. Double time-lock safe purchased
L>o a very pleasaut entertainment.
The ReroprEK wi»hes its large numiter U S to O A C R R Co 3 paieuts to
Kiernan whcailets.etc. Nursery stock a specialty.
lands in lien extending from
of the U. 8. Banking Co. for the county mills dissolve partnership,
With but little care and no trouble, of renders the very beet of luck in the
Portland to Roseburg................
tliu beard and mustache can be kept e new year upon which we have entered. David Lamb adm’r to Alfred Moor
16, John Sanders, of Amity, assigns
Aud a Complete Line ot PAINT» nnd Oil.S. A« I nav the CASH for all my goods, lb* JOE-
(Accuse« to Marry.
30. The first standard guage train ar
uniform brow n or black color by using May your good resolutions stay with you.
21x25 ft pt lot 3 blk 3 Newberg
BEKS ai« all uflerltte trade and NEVFR REFUSE AN ORDER. Buying fotlaa» I will
Dec. 27, Fred R. Rogers, aged 25, and
rived in Sheridan over the widened nar to J. J. Henderson. Liabilities over $25,-
W Simmons aud wf to Emanuel
fell as CHEAP A3 THE CHEAPEST I mark u;y good« in plain figure« and not
Buckingham’s Dye for the whiskers.
Now is the time to have your photo
hieroglyphics, to that wheu * dUcount Is mad* you know It. (So a call on
Miuuie Graves, aged 24.
and Maud Northup 13,650 sq ft
Hoasou wlU convince vou of the fact.) Having no fear» of th«
Win Kuns, the baker, curries such a
21. Judge Galloway reelected presi-j Dec. 28, J. W Fletcher, aged 49, and
Duncan Ross aud Jas. Mitchell have a
SHERIFF, tlieCASH Is what will COUNT
clean stock of go<*ls that they nell on want large groups or crayons you will E Northup and wf to W Sinnnous
lot 4 blk N Cozines 3d add to Mc
their merit and not at “hard times not he ashamed of, go to him. He leads.
Dec. 28, Lafayette Mears, aged 28, and
The telescope of the McMiunville col
31. The hottest day of the season up
friers.” Go and see him You will
Mattie Graves, aged 21.
to date. Capt. Harris recorded 98 de lege mounted in the new observatory.
Those interested in past events will Nancy Turner admrx to J G Mor
IS MY MOTTO.
ris 30 a pt Edw T Washburne .1
like bis goods.
24. Meeting of West Side press club.
grees iu the shade
Jan. 1st, Joe Ego, aged 25, and Emma
find a pretty complete summary of lost
1 <• t 2 r 5
Please bear in mind that BROKERAGE DISCOUNTS
Under «late of Dec. 31st, • hotel regis- year in this issue. As historical matter R W Lancefield and wf to Jus
28. The right arm of Duncan Ross L. Reetz, aged 18.
t-r of thia city says, “Old ‘93 ia gone, in u nutshell it will l>e worth preserving.
so you will find your NOTES and accounts are
I. Robt. McDonald began harvesting a
Brown 5 a pt S Eads diet 6 r
and may we never see another like it.”
30. Dr. John Field died at Sheridan. aged 25, and Ethel Ballinger, aged 18.
725 acre grain crop.
and they can be receipted for any time. Please
Subject of morning discourse at the W Sand Helen C Powell to I< L
Most people are ready to respond,
Thanksgiving day generally observed.
that now is the time and HODSON’S is
Christian church next Sunday morniug,
Sabin It» a pt C Goodrich d I c
■ S late or O hio , C ity or T oledo , )
desiring to rent land.
Rainfall for month 11.57 inches.
“Paul’s Instruction to Timothy;” even
C. Grisseu's jewelry store and Dr.
3. Joe Enrood committed by Justice
Mrs. Clara Edwards, of near North ing discourse, “The Wav of the World.”
and 6 and lots 30 and 31 32 and
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be is
Baxter’s court for threatening to kill Baker’s residence
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Yamhill was taken to the iusanc asylum All invited.
held a supper
of Cheney A Co., doing business in the city
by Sheriff Warren on Sunday. The lose
Evans pt of lot 1 blk 3 Newlierg
A new butcher shop will l>e oi>ened to
Reiter, murderer, at Astoria on in I of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
Codlin moth more numerous than John
ot her mind is due to injuries received
morrow by Walker & Maurer two doors Samuel Hobson and wf to F E
I and that said firm will pay tho sum of
heretofore, but hop lice scarce.
Hobson lots 12 and 13 blk A
by a fall from a wagon.
south of Kay & Todd’s They invite those
Hobson's add to Newberg .
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
hrunkennesa and a craving for liquor desiring goo-’ treatment in this line to Jas Fletcher to Catherine Fletcher
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every case of Catarrh that caunot
banished by a dose of Simmons Liver call around.
J, a uud 38-1009 a pt Newby d 1
G. A. R. members and I. W. veterans be cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh
9. A 235-foot bridge completed
e 14 r 4
65 cents will buy a box containing 20 J O Rogers to J L Rogers and wf
over the Yamhill at Gaunt’s crossing, at meet and pass resolutions.
F rank J. C heney .
Austin Adams and C. E. Branson were bars heat family Savon soap at Millsap I n hf lot 90 Masonic cemetery
1 a cost of $817.
6. J. P. Irvine opens a grocery at In Sworn to before me and subscribed in
in Portland Saturday. The latter gen- 4 Cook’s. This ie no bait. We will sell Samuel Longley and wf to JU Car
10 Work on the Nestuccu road discon dependence.
my presence, this 6th day of December,
Deiuati reports that the shower bath is everything in our store at the same very
TERMS BY 7WP£II_:
7. County midwinter fair meeting A. D. 1886.
A. W. G leason ,
kin’B add to Newberg
taken for the grip down there, and is small profit.
DAILY (without Sunday) $6 per year.
Albert Odell and wf to Geo W
15. Elsia Wright’s threshing crew held, and canvassiug committees ap .—.
c-Hiaidered a sure cure.
(with Sunday) $8
Odell 182 11 a pt Elias J Cran
The coimniesioner? are holding a very
threshed 2,514 bushels of wheat, in the pointed.
dall d 1 c t 4 r 3
During the past half-century—since the busy session this week, settling up with
SEMI-WEEKLY, $2 per year.
9. Morris Broe. kill a large bear ou
Hall’6 Catarrh Cure ie taken internal
WEEKLY, $1 per year.
discovery of Aver’s Sarsaparilla—the av road supervisors, drawing a jury, and Herman Schritt and wf to D J
18. Hopgrowers from Southern Ore
Bartlett lots I and 2 blk 7 Des
ly and acts directly on the blood and
erage limit of human life in civilized making some changes in voting pre
11. Albert Agee aud A. T. Joues ar- mucous surfaces of the system. Send
kin’s add to Newberg.........
gon seeking pickers in the county.
As « newspaper the INTER OCEAN keaps »breast of the times In »11 re’pecu. It H«r<M
countrie i, has been considerably length cincts. The full proceedings will apj»ear Isabel Carter to D C VanDorn 27
neither palus nor expense In securing all the new s aud the best of current literature
Wheat yielded 41 bushels per acre in raiguod before 6quire Rhodes for larceny for testimonials, free.
.55 a t 4 r 3.....................
889 McMinnville’s suburbs.
ened Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is everywhere . next week.
in store of M. J. Armstrong. Each was
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,Toledo, O.
cotikidered the standard blood-purifier,
liberated on $100 bonds.
by druggists, 75c.
Over 100 people have taken advantage
Is edited especially for those who, on account of mall aervtce or any other reaaon, do not taka a
'I he Weakest Spot
the Superior Medicine.
12. Death of Judge W M. Townsend
smith, discovered as missing from bis
daily paper. In Its columns are to be found tbo week's news of all the world condensed aud th.
of the extraordinary offer of the R efort - in your whole system, perhaps, is
cream of the literary features of the Dally.
A supper by the D. of H. and A O. U. er and Weekly Inter Ocean for $1.25 a
mountain home above Willamiua. An in Portland.
G amblers R aided .—Mrs. C. J. Gish
W. lodges will be held to-night in the year Those who have received the lat- liver. If that doesn’t do its work of unsuccessful search was made by Sheriff
Pupils of Columbus schoool organize a on Tuesday followed her husband into AS A FAMILY PAPER IT EXCELS “ .'»WrtL.A«.
room formerly occupied bv Henderson’s I ter can do good missionary work by purifying the blood, more troubles come Warren.
McCourt's saloon and demanded $35 of
from it than you can remember.
grocery, after installment of new officers. showing a copy to their neighbors
19. The Pennington-Rummel thresh
10. The confectionery store of Olds her money, which she alleged her hus-
A Supplement, It'ustrated in Colors,
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery ing crew make a record of 2338 bushels Bros, robbed of $5 j worth of goods. Geo.
The supper ia not public.
of Eiybt Additional rage’, making in *11 Sixteen Pages This Supplement, containing Six Page* <y
Matter and two Full-Page llluctratlon«, is alone worth tho price charged for the pa)*r.
M arried .—At the home of the bride’s acts upon this weak spot as nothing else of grain in one day.
Newblll and Byron Milloy accused and Thurber was arrested, waived examina Heading
moui | tness with which Ayer's
The Inter Ocean 1» published In Chicago, the news and commercial center of all west of the
parents io this city, on the 3d,Mies F.thel j can. It rouses it up to healthy, natural
Mountains, and is better adapted to the needs of the peoplo of that tieclioii than an, paper
26. Heury C. Newby died at Amity. tried. Milloy released, Nowbill bound tion and required to give $100 bonds to farther East.
QHHMMaraA Mops u hacking cough
It lain accord with the people of the West both tn Politic« and Literature.
Ballinger and Mr. M. L. Dorris of Inde action. By thoroughly purifying the
27. Chas. McPhillips suffers consid
remember that the price of The Weekly Inter Ocean is ONLY ONE DOLLAR PER
»«■UMau* refreshing si'. .
await the graud jury. Another interest YEAH Please
pendence The groom is one of Wade & I blood, it reaches, builds up and invigo erable loss of wheat in shock by fire.
Presentation of gifts to Mr. and Mrs. ed party hastily took the afternoon train.
inarveloiia. Itnever fails to give instant
Co’s men in our neighboring tow n, and rates every part of the system.
THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago.
28. The Methodist conference at Al Geo. Gammie on retiring from the Broad Gambling in this town, as in any
relief, even in the worst cases ot throat
For all diseases that depend on the bany returned Rev. Meininger to Mc mead farm, by frieuds in honor of 8t^
he takes from McMinnville one of her
The Weekly Inter Ocean and Yamhill County Reporter both One
uud lung trouble, and is the liest remedy
other, is a bane to legitimate business. Year for $1.25.
brightest young ladies. The ceremony liver or the blood—Dyspepsia, Indiges Minnville.
years of associations.
for whooping cough.
Loss of money in this way often pre
tion, Biliousness; every form of Scrofula,
was by Rev. Thompson of Corvallis.
15. Deputy Sheriff Conner has a tus vents the payment of honest debts.
J. W. Briedwell buys the interest of T.
I»elo8 Jefferson, a pioneer of 18*7, died
even Consumption (or Lung-scrofula) in B. Henderson A Son in the mercantile sle with a prisoner on the way from Sa
A petition signed by 63 persons who
at hie home five milea east of Salem last
its earlier stages ; and the most stubborn
Waseca, Minn., Nov. 25, 1890.
W. G. HENDERSON.
Saturday He was a brother-in-1 ar- of believe that the death of Wra. Jones, Skin and Scalp diseases, the “Discovery” firm of Henderson A Briedwell at Amity. lem, being the confessed burglar of C.
Grissen’s store. Couner subdues and M b . N obman L ichty , Des Moines, la.
Mr. A. J. Appereon and Mrs. E. I>. Fel
is the only remedy so uufailing and effec Burdett and N. E. Edson driven off by brings him in, -and afterwards makes a
Dear Sir:—Please send us at the earli
lows of thia city. Mrs. Fellows and Bev left in the Dundee cemetery, was by foul tive that it can be guaranteed .
second trip over the road to find the est one carton Krause's Headache Cap
erly and Clyde Appereon attended the
if it doesn’t benefit or cure, you bave
sules. We can’t run the machiue with
this week praying for a scientific investi
funeral, which was held on Sunday.
your money back.
I. Occupants of the new Wright block
25. Christmas generally observed by out them. Send at once, as we are out,
gation for the purpose of determining the
A II. Gaunt retired from the meat I cause. The court refused to act in the
churches and others
(Third Street, between E and F.)
business on the 1st, selling his interest matter.
4. Henry R. Simms house consumed
28. E. G. Sneidor purchases the St.
S udduth & P beston .
to K. W. Phillips, Jr. The firm is now
Estate of G, W. Goucher. Sale of real by fire.
For sale by Rogers Broe., sole agents,
Public sentiment is dead against a man
known m Bond 4 Phillips. Mr. Gaunt
5. Citizens discuss Sunday closing.
who “blows in” bis wife’s private funds
WUeu War la Declared
will embark in bnaineM of hop raising
8. Elsia Wright moved his harness
in a gambling den. His right to do so, firmed.
a man’s happiness by his stom
on a farm seven miles southeast. He
Guardianship of T. S. Hawley et al. shop into Union block.
Even thing first-claes. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
Two Papera for the Price of On«.
however, is as valid as that of any other
enemy may be pacified and
Travelers Conveyed to all points at moet reasonable rates. Give us a call.
will put out ten acres this spring, and
II. Hop picking generally began at
married man to squander the partnership Petition for allowance of $50 to 8. Haw
brought speedily and easily to terms.
afterwards gradually increase the area.
ley filed and allowed.
fund, in which wife and family have an
That potent regulator of digestion, Hos Weekly—Tuesday and Friday—eight
He will also engage in other lines of<>
Estate of Nora A. Drumeller. Petition
equal interest with himself. Nearly ev
tetter’s Stomach Bitters, disciplines the pages each issue—sixteen pages every
deal standing in the fields.
week— only one dollar per year , is un
ery gambler is a robber in the meanest to modify former order of the court so as
12. John Reisner arrested at Dayton rebellious organ thoroughly. Indigestion questionably the biggest, best and cheap
We are kindly reminded that in the seuse of the word.
to allow guardian to sell land at private
for sheep stealing bom 11 D. Burdette. arises from weakuess of the stomach, and est national news journal published in
report of the Christmas services at the
10. About four-fifths of the wheat the food in it, for want of the power to
jarjou^ri^chcSjivi mention was made i
digest, decomposes and acidifies, giving the United States. Strictly republican
east of the railroad in front of Capt. Har-
crop stored in warehouses.
rause ’ s H eadbchf . C apsules unlike
rise to heartburn, flatulence and pain, in politics, it still GIVES ALL THE NEWS,
18. Public schools opened.
on Christinas day,but the Sunday school ri.4'‘’“idcnce was vacated to the railroad many remedies are perfectly harmless.
and gives it at least three days earlier
company, «..J it still belongs to them.
19. McMinnville college opened with besides a multitude of symptoms change
met at the usual time on Sunday moru-
tliau it can be had from any weekly pa
ing and had a lesson appropriate to the This is the reason it has never been im will stop any kind of a headache, will an increase of 55 per cent in attendance. reigns when the great stomachic is re per published anywhere. The farmer,
proved by the city. Some time ago it
22. September bar docket showed 116
oecaaion, the church l>eing neatly deco
merchant or professional man who desires
was referred to the judiciary committee prevent headaches caused by over indul cases, of which 9 were for divorce, three sorted to and used with persistence.
rated with evergreens and flowers and
keep promptly and thoroughly posted,
Dyspepsia gives rise to morbid discompo
with a recommendation that it bo con
assignments, aud 19 foreclosures.
i^^all of the children received a nice gift.
but has not time to read a large daily
Price twenty-five cents. For sale by
demned for street purposes but the com-
The apple crop within a radius of six
paper, will find it indispensable, Re-
Rogers Bros., sole agents, McMinnville.
President Brow neon permits us to in- miitee has never reported.
or seven miles about McMiunville esti ■ hypochondria in chronic cases. To the
| complete dismissal of these the Bitters member the price, only one dollar A
*pect a iatalogue of Harvard university
mated at IO,(XM) bushels.
How io Prevent Pneumonia.
year . Sample copies free.
f<.r the current year It is the style with
Rev. Wm. Hogan succeeds to the is fully adequate. Liver complaint, con
Address, G lobe P rinting C o .,
For pains in the chest there is nothing priesthood of the Catholic church.
eastern high-grade colleges to make a
stipation, debility, rheumatism and ma-
The city council met in regular Benaion
St. Louis, Mo.
b<> ik of their catalogue. This one has Tuee-Uy evening. Counciluien Chrisman
Board of trade consider a proposition ! laria are completely subdued by this
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and bound on
583 pages. The faculty alone occupies and Campbell were absent.
from Mr. Geer for the navigation of the genial medicine.
23 closely printed pages,and among them
City officers yearly reports filed and over the seat of pain. It will produce a Yamhill to this place.
conuter irritation without blistering, and
In a late address, Governor Nor-
ia a professor of canine pathology, let found substantially correct.
23. Mrs. A. M. Peery died.
do-4» have become such a rage that doc
CEL IN ALL THINGS IS OUR MOTTO.
Bond of T. A. McCourt, saloonist, filed is not 60 disagreeable as mustard; in
Mrs. Joseph Huston, near Lafayette, then of Georgia, announced that in When Baby was sick, we gave her Castor!»,
PER1ENCE HAS BEEN OUR TEACHER.
tors have to be educated for their special and license ordered granted on receipt of fact is much superior to any plaster on breaks an arm.
I860 the wealth of the southern states When she was a Child, she cried tor Castorla,
TRAORDINARY BARGAINS FOR CASH.
24. The body of Win. Joues discov was $4,801,670,035, of which two bil When she became Mias, she clung to Castorla,
AMINE OUR SPLENDID STOCK.
Court McMinnville A. O. F.A., elected
Committee on fire and water instruct If used in time it will prevent pneumo ered exhumed aud left upon the surface lion dollars were lost during the war. When sb* had Children, she gave them Caatoila, I
the following officers for the ensuing ed to advertise for 600 cords of fir wood nia. 50 cent bottles for sale by S. Ho- in the Dundee cemetery, the work of All this has been recovered and their
ERCISE A GOOD JUDGMENT; CALL EARLY.
worth A Co.
^^ferni, Saturday evening, Dec. 30th: for next year.
A SHARE OF YOUR TRADE
wealth is now $4.200,000,000. He fig
^^^tiiot Ranger. John. F. Derby; Sub
Ordered that roof and interior of city
W atch M eeting .—An official count j
ures also that the agricultural yield
jC’hief Ranger, Frank Stickney: Tress.. hall be repaired and south wall of same
We remain for Bargains, Yoon Truly,
cuts his throat at Willamiua, aud crawls
the south during the past ten years
g. Wileon; Fin. Sec., D. W. Marquis; painted.
tian church Sunday evening revealed 120
has averaged $1,608,808,182 annually.
Rec. Sec , A. M. Dee; Sr. Woodward, B.
Marshal was instructed to proceed and
WALLACE Ä WALKER,
¡tersons present. The Bermon lasted till covers.
A Mill**?: Jr. Woodward, Wm. Sinidt; collect delinquent tax by law, and time
9 o,clock. From that time until 10 the j
Wright Block, McMinnville.
br. Beadle, J M Martin; Jr. Beadle, extended 30 days for that purpose.
for any trace of Antipyrine, Morphine,
Eudeavorers held forth,then intermission the stringent times.
Carl Fuchs; Trustee- P. D. Glenn, A. J.
Committee on accounts »nd current
till 10:30 and song service until 11. Rev.1 26. Newberg fair opened. Ila success 5 Chloral, or any other injurious com-
OF THE PUBLIC
Howell, J B Williams
expenses reported on treasurer’s report.
1 pound in Krause’s Headache Capsules.
Denton talked 25 minutes ou the old interfered with by rain
The following officers were installed in At beginning of 1893 the city was in debt year, and after five minutes intermission , 29. The hop crop in the vicinity of 25 cts. For sale by Rogers Bros., sole is invited to the fact that our Hol
Rebekah lodge Tuesday evening by Mrs. $6,196 06. At the beginning of this year read a paper on the new year. Speeches North Yamhill estimated at I8 j 0 bales. agents, McMinnville.
iday Stock has about all arrived,
Dr. Goucher, D. D. G. M.: Mrs. Esther it amounted to $3,341.88. Cash on hand were made on 1893 by Arthur McPhillips,
now is the lime to select your
G.: Mrs. Lottio Hobbs, V. G.; in excess of 1892 was $126.10. The total
S. A. Manning is again down with the
1. Matthics Bros, succeed Booth &
T. B. Kay and Mrs. Anna Todd, and on
while the stock is com
WF-^*ler teraen. Sec.; Mrs. Ed. reduction of indebtedness during 1893
1894 by A. M- Sanders, Frank Woed and Lambright as butchers.
we handle all
y. >9C . Mrs. E Wright, was found to be (2.980.28.
Mias Anna Adams left last Saturday
3. Lou Andrews arrested in Portland
Rev. Denton. The passing of the old
Petition for electric light at corner of
year was marked by the tollling of the for stealing Will Wright’s horse at Carl lor a two weeks visit with frieuds in
Koskie, Conductor; Mis. C and Cedar streets was denied for lack
Butteville and Portland
bell. The meeting was a pleasant one.
¡^^SSfTCsiloway, R 8. N. G.; Mrs. G. S. of means to grant it.
j fi. Editor Graves, of Newberg, com
Miss Daisy Downing of Condon, who
Wright, L. 9. N. G.; Miss Stella Patty,
Petition for light at northwest corner
K rause ' s H eadache C apsules —War mitted in default of $65 and costs assessed is attending school at Forest Grove, via-1 tham
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R. 8. V. G.; Mrs. Wm. Campbell, L. 8. of Vine and Villard, near Geo. Bodie’s, ranted. Forsale by Rogers Bros., eole in Justice Burnett’s court on a charge of ited MJss Nena Nicklin during the holi-1
V. G. Mrs. Kegg. I. O. ;Mr. Kegg, O. G. granted.
assault and battery.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
WE AKE LEADERS IN OUR LINE
HARD TIMES SALES
FAD OF THE HOUR
ONE PRICE TO ALL
THE INTER OCEAN
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN
C ity S tables ,
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.