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Read ' The Royal Fath of Life.”
M 11 y You Should Become a Member
J. P. Irvine sells tomatoes for 10 cents.
The brick. Everything lirat-class. Best
When you want anything iu the jew
ot the Woodmen of the World.
meals and best service. Beds all first-
elry line remember Wm. F. Dielschnei-
class. All white help. Frst-class cooks.
der. He compete« for quality and qtmn-
Mrs. Maud M ashburn of Olympia is Meals -5 and 50 cents, beds 50 cents.
James A. House, a Carlton citizen,
sobered uji in the cooler over Sunday.
visiting in tbe city.
E. S anders , Proprietor.
RHOOE.S A RHODES. Agents,
H ovse for R ent .— Neat house of eight
Third, It j’lacee at the grave of every
Dr. Wright is having a r.ow Imperial,
The Junior dancing club will give a
nicely arranged rooms, cornor 2d aud T
M. MI WILLE OR.
B rovght B ack .—George Nowbill, who decease ! member a $lu0 monument, in
social hop in Wright’s new hall this bicycle made to order.
streets, at low rent.
Ail who have read the “Royal Path oi was bound over to await the graud jury
RnoDE« & R hodes . Agents.
on a charge of burglarizing f>lds Bros’,
Kidney aff, tioua ci years standing Life” cheerfully recommend it.
Another lot of tho latest vocal and in
Fifth. it bars all hazardous occupations.
store a* Lafayette on the night of De
cure-l'¡mu.- ns Live.- Regulator.—J.
strumental music just received from the
Weather like this week will give lhe
cember 16th last, skipped about two
C. O bissen ’ s .
people and business new life.
Seven toavea oi bread for 25 cents at
His ljondsmen very much two thousand, or three thousand dollars.
OF ALL KINDS.
desired hie return, and tbe eheriff depu
«loldeudale, Douglas couiity, iu tiearch of selling for 10 cents per can.
tized J C. Gates to go after him. New- ters. sisters, cousins or neices can insure en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street
Hie St. Charles hotel is the place for a
George W. Jones will occupy Jonathan bill had written back to a party here in the Ladies’ Auxiliary for $500 or market.
J. P Irvine will sell you sugar by the Todd’s propertv- on east Third street.
1 D. A. Smith, the watchmaker aud
that he desired to purchase some hounds $1,000.
1 loll Turner and tatnily of Snnnvside
sa<.K at Portland prices with freight
Why is the Woodmen cheaper than i jeweler, carries a good line of clocks,
Pickles at J. P. Irvine's at 25 cents pel
are spending the week at Mr. Gortner’s.
watches, jewelry and silverware, at
in Douglas county. Mr. Gates overtook other similar organizations?
The R eporter and Weekly Inter Ocean
1st. Because we have tbe healthiest reasonable figures. He makes a specialty
The pojiulista have changed the date
him at Riddles, and returned with his
Leslie Laughlin is making an effort to
a year for?1.25. Hurry in your subscrip
prisoner on Monday.
Newbill was territory in the world—Colorado, Idaho, of repairing fine watches.
of their county nominating convention
FAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
establish a telephone exchange, with
tion and tell your neighbors.
Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Washington,
headed for California.
to April 11th.
good prospects of success.
Prof Fargo has opened a Chines«
Oregon, Nevada and California—which | sun-cured Standard tea are buying no
Lin Parker of Newberg tvas in the
The l*st scholars and educators of this
mission school at tbe Baptiat church. It
W ell M anaoeh .—Mrs. P>. F. Sparks comprises the Pacific Jurisdiction, nnd other. You should give it a trial.
county seat Tuesday. He is said to have
country recommend “The Royal Path of sends the R eporter a splendid state we are not resjionsible for losses in other
is held on Sunday afternoons.
his eye on a certain oilier.
People begin to recognize the D street
ment of her experience in butter-mak jurisdictions.
The reading room l>o«r<l is to give a
W anted .—Housework or cooking in
2d. It admits none but the healthiest I
J. G. Cleland has taken charge oi a ing. which shows clearly what good
public meeting, consisting of addresses
city or conntrv. Inquire at St. Charles
and music at the opera house on Sunday
flouring mill at Silverton, and will soon management will do in dairying. The men. and they must stand a rigid ex-: Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real
Mas. I.. D. C cnninoham .
“Thinking this item may amination and not be engaged at the Estate Mortgages, etc., always on sale at
aftern'on, April let
remove his family thither.
Senator S. B. llnaton of Washington
your readers, I send it time of admission in risky occupations: this office.
J. P. Irvine has some new prices way
N otice or StTTLr.MENT.—Al! our ac
county addressed the Jeffersonian club
"Dressmaking” signs 26c ready j>rinted
to you for publication.
Last year we and if they engage in risky occupations
counts must l>e settled either in cash or
down tor cash.
in thia city Monday evening.
milked four cows and sold 820 j>ounde of after admission, their rate of iusurance at this office.
R. J acobson .
It is time to buy garden seeds. L. E.
i butter at an average price of 23 3-5 cents is increased.
Wanted—Chickens, turkeys, veal and
Mis« lumra Patty assume.! the duties
Walker of the Produce Market, has all
jier pound. Counting the veal sold, we
What has $1000 beneficiary cost in Pr-1
eggs, for which the highest market price
varieties in bulk and package, anti is
of assistant in the McMinnville postoffice
Ollie Funk, breeder of Brown
realized a trifle over $53 from each cow. cific Jurisdiction, from June 6, 1890, to]
will te ] 'lid, at Miilsaji A Cook’s.
We believe Miss
selling them cheaper than ever. They
S. S. Hamburg, Blue Andelu-
No account was kei«t of the butter used March 1, 1894, a petiod of 1.5 niontlw, or
The Royal Path of Life” is one of the are reliable, too.
Patty as com [«.-tent for the place as any
sian, P. Rock and White-Faced Black
: by the family. Three of the cows were
most practical and at the same time the
Jesse Irvine accidentally shot the in
Spanish. Fowls $1.00; eggs $1.00 per
lady who could have been selected.
dry two months each during tho year, $1000 at 25 years of age, for 1 year $4.80
finest literary work ever published.
13. McMinnville, Or.
Now is the time to have y our photo
the other one giving milk the entire $10u0 at 35 "
Carry the Largest and Mo t Complete stock of Seasoned Lumber in the
taken ut Hogg’s. Cabinets $2.00. If yon
! year.” The butter raado by Mrs. Sparks | $1000 nt 40 “
Mcllliiuvillc Produce Market.
Wall, ', and never allow competitors to undersell us.
want large groups or crayons you will rootn of the depot. A man who jiersiBted loaded with lard. The damage to the ■ always finds a ready sale in this market. $1000 at. 45 *’
Reported by L. E Walker.
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not be ashamed of, go to him. lie leads. in smoking was ejected the other day by finger was slight; four stitches by tbe
I $1000 at 50 "
surgeon placed it in repair.
F irst B orn of Y amhill .—Our aged] The above is the cost of $1000 l'>ene-: Good clean wheat..
Mr. C. II McKinney and Mrs. Fannie
Shiugles, shaved and sawed, for sale
The new furniture establishment, with townsman, G. S. Chrisman, is entertain ] ficiary for the jiast three years and nine Oats..
Carter of this city quietly repaired to the
ing his neice, Mrs. Mary Gilkey, who months, during which jeriod tho worst I
M. E. parsonage Sunday evening and
10<^ I2\c '
epidemic in the history of the northwest
were united by Pastor Meminger in tho
. $2 50®3 00:
holy bonds of matrimony. This breaks men chartered the handcars and went to a very complete line of household furni Gilkey has the distinction of being tbe raged throughout this jurisdiction, that |
8c a ft
t ie monopoly Newberg has sustaiue.l all
of la grippe and pneumonia. An old line
ment of wall paper, which tbe public is county of Yamhill, Oregon, where she life insurauco representative savs it can Ducks...................................... .. $3(t3.50
] Saturday night.
winter on tho matrimonial market.
has resided for 46 years. Sho is a cousin not be done. 5Vo have done it, as the ■ Apples..
There arc two new fuda in town. One invited to call and inspect.
All the choicest delicacies to be found
above table will show.
at a first-class confectionery stand may is to shave your mustache, and the other
A B ooming C lub .—W. T Macy writes I in Sanoma county, but will lie joined by !
be obtained at Will Kuns’. He keeps no is the writing oi anonymous, threatening ns that “McKinley club of Nfcwdierg met
niicu»i»iD.m Quickly Cured.
Friday evening, March 16th, with W. T. her cousin nnd accompany her on hor
inferior goods. No sour bread or stale amt cowardly letters.
Three daya is a short tirno in which to , Baled liav, timothy
peanuts ever leave his shop.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Booth returned to
retary. Meetings are very enthusiastic. reached tho advanced ago of 72 years, cure a bad case of rheumatism; but it [
Hus Just Received and Added io His Extensive Stock
, can bo done, if the projier treatment is,
The debate at Columbus school build McMinnville from Coliax-, Wash., Satur- We have one hundred and twenty-five
and has not seen his neice for 36 yeais, adopted, as will be eevn by the following ■
A Large and Varied Line of
ing Saturday night between tho two lite dav evening. They will reside here for members, some of our democratic broth
retail market .
ers have been convicted of their bins and did some very clever detective work at from James Lambert, of New Brunswick,
rary ao< ieties was an interesting one- it the present.
I the train last night and picked out his Ills.: "I was badly afflicted with rheu Baled Straw...........
joined with us.”
was on tiie question whether tho world's
Cash, cash, cash! .1. P. Irvine says
relative liom among many strangers, matism iu tho hips and legs, when I Mixed Chop..............................
bought a bottle of Chiunberlaiu’s Pain
fair had been a detriment. The judges that is his motto. Credit has ruined the
Two Rousing Speecliea.
without a moment’s hesitation. This is Balm. It cured mein three days. 1 am Wheat Chop ...........................
decided that the ejieakers on the affirm country
We buy for cash and sell for
The lively interest that all classes of Mrs Gilkey's first visit to Ventura, and all right to-day ; and would insist on' Shorts.............................
ative had the argument.
fieople are taking in political discussions i her first impression is greatly in our fa- every one who is atflicted with that ter Middlings
rible disease, to use Chamberlain’B Pain Bran
Take Simmons Liver Regulator for
Tiie lino weather which opened up could not be more strikingly illustrated | vor.—[Daily Venturian, (Calif.)
Balm and get well at once.” 50 cent
dyspepsia, biliousness or headache.
Tuesday caused j«eoj>le to sigh for the than by the manner in which they filled
Oil Meal..................................... 3c per ¡
bottles for sale by S. Howorth & Co.
L. E. Walker will buy ell . your pro-
R cnaway A ccident .—While ou a pro
The county Christian Endeavor con summer picnic, with its pretty girls, tbe ojiera bouse last Friday afternoon
it you Desi it the A’cwcst Patterns
and evening in response to theaunounce- fessional trip iuto the country Tuesday
duce, paying the highest price in cash
Meeting: ut Horticulturist!!.
vention will i«e held in Amity tomorrow cold chicken and lemonade.
Or the LATENT NOVELTIES iti W ill Decoration
The first regular meeting of the Yam
Local poets are writing a number of inent that Hou. Geo. A. Brownell of morning Dr. E. E. Goucher’s team got
and next day
Otegon City, and lion. Thos. Tongue of beyond bis control, and he was thrown hill County Horticultural society will be you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
The trouble with most cough medicines
CalS and Inspect this Complete \en Line
Hillsboro, would address them. Tbe af to the ground upon his head and shoul held at Newberg, Ajiril 3d. Everyone D street south of First National Bank.
Some of ’em are
i« that they «poil the appetite, weaken to familiar tunes.
der, and badly hurt. The horses are interested iu fruit growing is invited to i
digestion and create bile Ayer’s Cherry . written “mighty smart like.”
small sacks, bnckwhent, corn meal,
Brownell, who spoke lor about an hour young and high-bred, and the doctor
attend. Members of societies in adjoin-1 wheatlets.etc. Nursery Block a specialty.
Pectoral, on the contrary, while it gives , A number of citizens attended the pre
llODbON IS STILL HEADQUARTERS FOR
and a half. His address was confined takes pleasure in giving them a spin ing counties are also invited.
immediate relief, assists rather than im sentation of “Above the Clouds” bv the almost exclusively to the tariff issue, nn<l,
Prof. George Coote, professor of horti- i
Relekahsat Lafayette Saturday night. was one of the clearest, most convincing w hen a good piece of road in reached.
pairs (tie assimilative process.
This was the case on Tuesday, when go culture at the state agricultural college, j
A giXHl problem for a country Bchool,1
tariff arguments we have listened to. lio ing down Dayton lane. From a fast trot will deliver a valuable address. There !
When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatoria,
says the California Fruit-Grower, would
Tho IximDnicn of Marion Blair, one of handled the subject from s historical
the team went into a gallop, and were will also be other valuable and interest-j When the was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
His Celebrated “P. P. P halving won for itself the fir6t place in
be to figure out the dimensions of the the young men charged with larceny at standpoint, taking his starting point ]
the market on account of durability, covering capacity
globe exhibited at the midwinter fair j Amity, feeling themselves insecure, from tho first tariff legislation under, soon beyond control. The doctor was iug papers read, followed by discussions When she became Mbs, she clung to Castoria,
. taken in an unconscious state to the and criticisms. Music will be sandwiched . When she had Children. she gave them Castoria,
and consequent cheapness.
representing the $1,248,000,009 of gold withdrew, and young Blair was sent for Washington’s administration. He dem
! house of Henry Fletcher, where medical ' into the program. There will be an in
and placed in jail on Sunday.
mined in California.
onstrated by incontrovertible fuctH that and other aid was rendered. He was teresting exhibit of fruit. Manufacturers
If yon want to enjoy your meals! Mossrs. J. F. Derby, Win. Dee, Bert all may know who tnke the trouble to not brought home until the following are invited to exhibit horticultural im
The Best Shoes
for the Least Money.
strengthen your digestion with Simmons , Millsap, W. C. Arthur, Chas, and Louis read, that every period of advancement' day. His condition is not now regarded plements and preparations. The won
Hopfield, Joo Brower, A. J. Howell and and prosperity the country has enjoyed as strictly serious, though bis nerves are derful resources of this county in fruit
1 iver Regulator.
There will be a meeting of the execu
Miss Orilla Peters was granted a teach j A. Woodrum went to Hillsboro Tuesday has been associated with the policy of somewhat stunned, and he has suffered products are well known, but nearly to
tive committee of the Yamhill county
er’s .state life diploma last week. This ■
considerable pain in the right side, head tally undeveloped. There is no reason
pioneers, to be held in the opera house
is tho fifth of this sort now held by
and left shoulder, which was badly why the owner of a lew acres in this
on Thursday, March 29th, 1894. By or
Died, at his home on Dayton prairie, country has passed through lias followed i bruised
teachers in the McMinnville schools
; county should not bo in comfortable cir-
W. J. G arrison , President.
Every teacher should aspire to hold a March 16th, of paralysis, Win. Goodrich,
: cumstances with a fair income, excejit
McMinnville, March 0, 1894.
Heal Estate Trtinsfers»
certificate of thia kind, and save the oft- aged 68 years. Mr. Goodrich dropped
bis ignorance of fruit raising. With
Brownell is an easy
recurring bugbear oi n three-days’ ex dead while shaving shingles. T»eceased repeating itself.
thorough organization and laws arming
62.60, S2 for Workingmen.
Au I'useeu Enemy
For weekending March 21st.
was buried nt Dayton, the funeral occur and pleasant «peaker and frequently iu
j every fruit raiser with power to make Is more to lie dreaded than an open and
$2 and $1.76 for Boys.
bis talk rose to flights of eloquence that J A Taylor to it W Phillips 1-5 int
war on all their enemies, individual and visible one. That subtle and lurking
“Whiit’e in a name?” Well, that de
brought forth resj<onsivedemonstrations.
in Josiah Taylor d 1 c t f> r 4
$ TOO ! county wealth will very soon be greatly
If you want to sell your farm, list with
pends. For instance, the nitmeof “Ayer”
foe, which under the generic name of
The applause was universal when the Barbara E and S F. Force to A A
S3, sa.so S2, $1.76
I have customers for a numlier of
is sufficient guarantee that Ayer's Sarsa me
malaria manifests itself, when itclutcbes
name of Wm. McKinley was mentioned.
and Ada W Unruh n hf lot 1 blk
CAUTION.—If »us doalet
Ail will be benefited by attendance and us in its tenacious grasp, in the various
parilla is a genuine, scientific blood-pur small farms, or those that can lie divided.
offer» you W. L. I>ou«l».
In the evening Mr. Tongue talked to a
600 | will be cordially welcomed by the fruit
shoes Kt * reduced price,
ifier, and not a sham, like so much that I have connection with Portlai dand the crowded house. lie also handled the
forms of chills and fever, bilious remit
or says he ha» them with
Mrs S A Deskins to J K Wright
growing people of Newberg.
goes by the name of "sarsaparilla.” east winch oifici s have farm sei k nr.
out the name »tamped
tent, dumb ague or ague cake, can only
tariff, going into tho details of tho sub
lots5 and 14 blk 1 Deskina 4th
on the bottom, put him
J. C. Coorrn, Sec. Society.
W. II. F be NCU, Lafayette.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla is the standard.
l>e effectually guarded against by fortify
down a» * fraud.
ject, with which he was thoroughly con
add to Newberg.............................
ing the system against its insidious at
Newlierg has settled the town cow bnsi
Tbe syniposium of the Baptist church versant. Although he apologized for the John Gilbertson to Chas E and
The Modern Jack llorner.
tacks with Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters,
ness. The Graphic says: "Cephas Ma meets thia evening. The work of mis dryness of the subject, lie managed to
‘ Little Jack Horner sat in a corner,
Catherine N Blook 39.14 a sec 1
a thorough antidote to the jHiison of mi
ris’ old white cow, so familiar to every sions will be illustrated by a telephone infuse enough life into his address to
Eating a Christmas pie;
t :: r 4
asma in tbe system, and a safeguard
He put in Lis thumb and pulled out a plum,
j«reon in town who tried to raise a gar exercise, consistiug of questions and an keep the listeners wide awake and intent J M Yocom and wf to Mrs Eliza
W. L. DOUGLAS Shoes are stylish, easy fitting, and give better
Aud said What a good boy am I *' ”
against it thoroughly to be relied ujkiii . satisfaction at the pi ices advertised than any other make. Try one pair and be con
den last year, has ceased from troubling swers as if sent by telejdione. The male upon every word uttered, while not un-
lieth Conner 123.40 a pt W II
In the event of a malarious attack, avoid vinced. The stamping of W. L. Douglas* name and price on the bottom, which
and the weary may take a rest.
She choir will render a selection.
frequently bursts of applanse or laughter
McKune <11 c t5 r 5.
When older he grew and a glutton.
poisoning vour system with quinine, and guarantees their value, saves thousands of dollars annually to those who wear them.
followed the butcher’s horse down to the
Henry White to Jas King and A H
For bis liver. I'll state, was like a dead weight,
Rev. Jones and Wrn. Gunning at
instead this wholesome remedy, un- ( Dealers who push the sale ot W. L. Douglas Shoes gain customers, which helps to
slaughter yard one day last week.”
As he drank w lue and ate too much mutton.
Graham lots 9.10, 11 and 12 blk
Increase the sales on their full line of good.. They can «fiord to sell at a lass profit,
tended a meeting of presbytery of the C. witticism which the gentleinan is ns full
in taste and far more effica •nd we believe yon can Mve money by bayin" all vour footwear of tbe dealer advert
Poor Jack’s time of grief, however was brief,
18 White’s add to Wliiteson.
People in the city during court will find P. church at Albany, last week, tbe bus of as the democratic party is of iniquity.
cious than any drug. Use the Bitters *4Bcd belo*/. CataJuKue free upon application. W»Xe DOUGLAS. Brvukteu» M an .
And of sickness he ceased to be fearful;
tho St. Cliarlss hotel in first-class order, iness in band being arrangements for the Mr. Tongue took pains to show that in Pacific R E & lnv Co to J F War
For a boon friend said ‘ Well, let’s try Pierce’s for dysjiepsia, biliousness, couetijiation,
ner lots 1 and 2 blk 5j Dundee
being thoroughly renovated, mid the ta national assembly of this church at Eu its tariff legislation the republican party
kidney complaints and rheutratiam.
And with cood livers both are now cheer
ble sujiplied with the best the market gene in May. A thousand delegates are had endeavored to be fair toward all sec Pacific REA lnv Co to T R War
tions, north and south, and he sliowid
ner lots 11 and 12 blk 50 Dundee
nffords E. O. Sneider, the new propri expected.
The republican voters of Fairlawn pre
W. G. HENDERSON.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets, absolute cinct are requested to meet in McMinn
etor, desires to make the house second to
Easter will be celebrated Sunday by comparisons of the McKinley act and G M Raleigh to Maud Allison
ly effective in cases of sick headache, ville at one o’clock p. in., Saturday,
499.67 a pt Peter Carlisle and J
none in the city, at the reasonable rate evening at the Christian church. MrB. the Wilson bill that the latter is an at
W Pearson d 1 c’s t5 r 6............. 5000 constipation, indigestion, and all de- March 24tb, 1894, for the purpose of
vf $1 per day. Try the old St. Charles i Loux will give a ten minute Easter ad tempt to discriminate in favor of south
rangements of the stomach aud bowels.
and bo convinced.
dress, there will 1« two choruses hv tho ern and «gainst northern industries, the Maud and Colin Allison to G M
electing six delegates to attend tbo coun
Satisfaction guaranteed .
ty delegate convention held on April 6th,
Taka Slmtnons Liver Regulator to ke.ejv children, a rainbow, and other features.
. with respect to most of the former and
1 c 15 r 6.......................................... 2390
S. C P earson ,
the bowels regular. One dose is worth A sjxicial series of meetings will be be
(Third Street, between E and F.)
$500 reward offered for an incurable
gun at this church on Moudav evening, tiie jiruniug knife applied most vigor- G M Raleigh to Mrs C A Trimble
Committeeman of said Precinct.
! ously to the latter. He interpreted the
1.98 a pt C B Graves d 1 c t 5 r 6 2300
Dr. Fuller, who has been on a trip to and afternoon services will be hel<l iu democratic platform to mean that j>ro-
Sage’s Remedy. 50cts; by druggists.
R I. Churchman and wf to Mrs
the Sandwich islands, returned home
( tection to northern industries was un
Eugenia R Foster lots 1 to 8 in
Casos, In Court.
These are days when the man who
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
yesterday. He was well pleased with the
constitutional, but all right for tho south.
clusive blk 10 Sheridan ami o!.h-
The following cases have been docket for any case of catarrh that cannot be
trip and rojxirts that the provisional gov never before took any notice of you or Another fact he pointed out was that
Eventhing first-class Horses lioarded by day, week or month. Commercial
er land.......................................... 1100
Travelers Conveyed to all joints at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
ernment is firmly established, and that took any interest in your affairs, greets while tho republican policy laid tbe heav
ed in addition to those published last cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
S W F Browning and wf to Walter
even the natives are well jileased with it. yon warmly when you meet on tho street, iest duties upou luxuries which taxed
F. J. C heney A Co., Props. Toledo, O.
Johnson bw % of u ‘o of sc li
We, the undersigned, bave know n F.
Queen Lil, in his judgment, will never
the rich, tho Wilson hili reduced the
see 3 t 2 r 5............... .....................
health, and if you are troubled in any
J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and
»gain rule.—fAlbany Herald, 16th.
schedulo on such articles as silks, satins Pacific REA lnv Co to Bernhard
Lavina Grazer et al vs R. C. Henry et believe him perfectly honorable in all
Neglect of the hair often destroys its wav has great sympathy for you. But and broadcloths, and restored the tariff
Groth lot 6 blk 6 Dundee
al. Partition. McCain A Magers for business transactions and financially able
' itality and natural hue and causes it to the man w ho has a social nature the year on sugar, thereby taxing every breakfast John Wenger ami wf to Erdmann
to carry out any obligation made by their»
kill out. Before it is too late apply Hall’s round generally gets qlected.
table in the laud.
Grauer 20 a pt Ira Orton d 1 c t 3
Charlotte and Roso McPhiliips vs firm.
Trom September 1st, 1893. to March
Hair Renew er, a sure remedy.
Mr. Tongue did not confino himself to
West A Truax,Wholesale Druggists,To
Charles McPhiliips ct al. Partition.
20th, this part of Oregon has had ¿2.60 the tariff issue, but gave the money
The road convention held in Newberg
Ramsey A Fenton for plff.
inches of rainfall, says Capt. Harris. question a fair share of attention. Tbe
recently resulted in the iipjvointinent of a
Walding, Kinnan A Marvin, Whole- •
J. H. Goodrich vs Geo. W. Mitchell.
During tho first 29 days of this month country does not need more money. Tbe
committee to investigate tbe beet means j
Action for money. McCain A Magers for sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
there have been 91« inches. Since Janu people need work, the opportunity to
Everybody who enjoys reading a good
of getting the gravel from tbe island
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
ary 1st to March 20th, 29.3-1 inches.
above town. The county court may be This latter amount is much more than earn money. Whatever will set the book should get a copy of the "The Roy
acting directly upon the blood and inu-
mills and factories to huinmiug and set al Path of Life.”
petitioned for the opening of a wagon
cous surfaces of the system. Price 7bc.
Ejectment. Iryine A Coshow for plff.
has fallen in anv first four months of any
i jad for thia purjxvse. The citizens are year since 1889, the time the Capt. be the uiillioiiB of idle mechanics to work
per bottle Bold by all druggists, Ten-
Public School Exercises.
earning wages w ill set iu healthy circu
«.onvinced that gravel is tbe thing, and
gan his record.
Exercises will be held in the Cook
lation the idle capital congested in the
mean business. A like determination
Frank Bros. Co. vs Thos. Geldard. Ac The .’lo»t Succokkful Ga, Engine
Circuit court open« next Monday. At money centers of the country. Free school building, March 23, cousieliug of
eight to take hold of the fieople all over
for money. Irvine A Cothow for plff.
this writing there are 97 cases docketed, coinage of silver will not do this. The songs, recitations, kindergarten games,
In the market is run without an electric
divided as follows: 31 actionsformoney; only mission of free coinage of silver in the primary room. Mrs. Julia Sny
spark battery. Theory is all very well,
A stitch in time. Taka Simmons Liv- one burglary; 2 accountings; one ap
would lie to enable ono das« of citizens der with her kindergarten school will
but the every-day experience of constant
er Regulator and prevent sickness.
peal; 5 divorces; one injunction; 3 to defraud another by paying them iu a visit the school and participate in the
The last term of the year began Mon practical use is the best test of merit.
Martin Ensley of this place, patentee larcenies; 17 foreclosures; 17 confirma depreciated currency. .Wagti earners exercises, beginning at 1:15 p. in. and day. A few students have dropped out The man who runs a launch and finds
Exercises consisting of of school, the ranks of the juniors being himself drifting with tide and wind be
oi a water motor, has associated himself tions; ono gambling; 4 partitions; one would be the greatest sufferers, not the closing at 2:15.
nm -ir~ CEL IN ALL THINGS IS OUR MOTTO.
with Messrs. Morgan and Stillman of ejectment; one suit to set aside deed; capitalist, ae many short-sighted persons recitations, declamations and duets will most affected.
cause the "6park” fails to ignite the
PERIENCE HAS BEEN OUR TEACHER.
North Yamhill and two Michigan gentle one rape; one adultery; 4 equities; 5 suppose. The jiopuiists, he said, were be held in the principal’s room beginning
The new curtain has been put in the charge of gas in his engine; the man
TRAORDINARY BARGAINS FOR CASH
AMINE OUR SPLENDID STOCK.
men of reputed wealth, and has incor assignments, and one mandate from su uot after free coinage. What they want nt 2:15 and closing at 3:15. The princi chapel.
who prints a daily paper and fails to get
ERC1SE A GOOD JUDGMENT; CALL EARLY.
porated under the name of The West preme court.
is paper money, oceans of it, and the ple feature of the exercises will be an ad
The Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. it off on time because the "spark” again
-^--^PECriNG A SHARE OF YOUR TRADE
Yamhill Manufacturing Co., for tho man
met in union meeting Wednesday. Mr. fails; the man who has fruit that is in
Charles Galloway won the silver government to loan it to the jieople at
ufacture of flour, lumber, etc. Capital medal at the Demorest contest held two per cent. He favored the populist "Reminiscences of School Days a Quar Hunt of Monmouth'was preeent and ad jured for lack of irrigation because the
stock is placed at $luO,tKX). The place of Tuesday evening. His selection w as in idea, provided it will work, but if the ter of a Century Ago.” Parent« and dressed the societies.
“spark” fails in his engine that runs the
We remain for Bargain?, Yours Truly,
business doesn't seem to be definitely German dialect, and was very credit government can create money at will, lie friends are cordially invited.
A large class in botany was started by pump; not only such parties but others
ably rendered. Other contestants were
The telescope is used a good deal bear in mind that tbe Hercules Gas and
A. A. Unruh went to Dayton on a bi , Misses Clara Jones, Ella Pettyjohn, Car mand two per cent, or even the return of
these fine nights.
Gasoline Engine is free from such diffi
The roads are much > rie Schenck, Irene Rummel and Edith
Wright Block, McMinnville.
A Forty Mile Hide.
The Philergians decided that the In culties. The ignition is simple and sure.
After Mr. Tongue had finished. Capt.
l>etter in the country than they are in Ilogg. mo-t of whom spoke very well.
E. R. Swetnaui, of Fairfax Station, dians have been mistreated by the Send for catalogue. If you want second
And then the kind oi wheel he We understand this is the first medal of Apperson of Oregon City was called for.
rode was a guarantee that he could the kind won in the county by a boy, and responded in a few words of solid Virginia, save : "A party came forty miles whites. The meetings of the society are hand engines of other makes at cheap
make the trip. The new Imperial will and Charley’s fellow s of thecollege made counsel, especially directed towards tbe to my store for Chamberlain’s Cough very interesting. Mrs. Wdfenden will rates wo can supply you. We have a
tnke the road with any of them. It bus it a tilting opjKirtunity to give the col younger generation of voters coming on to Remedy and bought a dozen bottles. The deliver the address next Saturday. Offi numl>er taken in trade and cannot take
any more until these are realized on.
a number of improvements over the old lege yell. Mrs. O. O. Hodson, Mrs. J. the stage of political action. Tbe Cap remedy is a great favorite in thia vicinity cers also will bselected.
wheel, among them a stronger pedal, G. Eckman and Chas. Grissen were tain is not an orator, but is noted for the and lias performed Borne wonderful cures
Palmer A Rev Type Foundry, Front
Everybody m anxious to congratulate and Alder streets, Portland, Oregon.
and more durable and stronger tire. A judges. Other features oi the program possession of a thoroughly level head, here.” It is intended especially for
number oi young men are figuring on were a song by the octette of the high and is regarded a3 one of the strong fac coughs, colds, croup and whooping a young man soon to be married in tine
Sheridan has been without a city
the purchase of a now Imperial with the school, a recitation by Miss Mary 1 Cook tors in the race for gubernatorial honors. cough and is a. favorite wherever known. city. But a short time ago no one would
' For eale by S. Howorth A Co.
and a song by Dr. Frank Cross.
He made many friends while here.
advent of good roads.
Bicycles «t lean than cost at It. M.
Wade A Co’s.
A ssets $24,000,000.
Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
Building Materials of All Kinds.
WE ARE LEADERS IN OI K LINE
A N ew D eparture !
T he H ardware M erchant
D irect F rom
M anufacturers .
W. L DOUGLAS
LADIES AND MISSES,
Forsaleby R. JACOBSON.
C ity S tables ,
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
WALLACE & WALKER,