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M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894.
Entered at tbe I’o»tôæcê lu Mei: Ir-nville,
a» Second class matti r.
OREGON NEWS AND NOTES.
S6.22 and $10.22 .
Frank Davey has resiged as grand
lecturer of the A. O. U. W. in Ore
Pierce, the poppy nominee for
governor, is no monopolist. One of
5nap-shot, Flash-light and time
his wheat fields contains but 10,000
exposure pictures readily taken by
any amateur with our A and B Ordi
nary Kodaks. Twenty-four pictures
The annual picnic of the Polk
without reloading — simple in con
county teachers, which is held on
for Infants and Children
struction, well made and handsomely
the last Saturday in May, will be
held at Rickreall.
HIRTY year»’ <ib»»rvttlon of Caatorin with the patrnnag. of
You can •• Do the Rest.”
The prohibitionists had the cour
age to put up a woman for state su
Free illustrated manual tells just how
million* of persons, permit na to speak of it without guessing.
—but we ll do it for you if you want
perintendent of schools. Bet a cookie
It is nn questionably the best remedy for Infants and Children
she leads the ticket.— Salem Journal.
the world has ever known. It i. hrsrmle... Children like it. It
PRICE, LOADED FOR 14 EXPOSURES.
There is some consternation at La-
give, them health. It will «aye their live.. In it Mother, have
Grande over a seam which has
A Ordinary Kodak for pictures
in., I d oc
■ometiiing which io aboolataly .afe and practically parfaot a. a
opened in a neighboring mountain,
B Ordinary Kodak for pictures 3% »«in,
Complete Developing and Printing Outfit,
six feet wide and an eighth of a mile
Castoria destroy » Worm».
EASTMAN KODAK CO.,
Castoria allays Feverishness.
Silverton has let the contract for
ROCHESTER. N. Y
grading, graveling and curbing her
J <» t'tt to $100.00.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
/ /«*r •- slalo^ut.
business streets a distance of a half
Castoria cur«. Diarrheas and Wind Colie.
mile to the Salem Improvement Com
Castoria relieves Teething Troubles.
pany for $1400.
Castori caret Constipation and Flatulency.
Superintendent L. L. Rowland in
Castoria neutralise, the effects of carbonlo acid gas or poisonous air,
his report says that on March 31st
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium^or other narcotic property,
there were 936 patients in the state
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
insane asylum—292 females and 644
we will send you
giving healthy and natural sleep.
males. The institution has 110 em
a Brilliant Gem
of unusual color, ”
Castoria is pnt np in one* si«e bottles only. It is not sold in bulk.
t. THIS IIZE.
and a copy of
J. C. Clark, who was removed from
Don't allow any on. to sell you «anything else on the plea or promts.
“The Great Divide," so you can see
his position in the Indian training
what a wonderful journal it is, pro-
school at Chemawa during the recent
v ided you name the paper you saw this
See that you grt C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
upheaval, has been reinstated as
in. — It’s a real Jewel we’ll send you.
clerk. Mrs. L. C. Walker also
— AfiORBSS —
promoted to the position of
THI CHEAT DIVIDE, Denver, CcHo.
Alimi it i«trator’fc INotice to Credilo^
The situation at Forest Grove is
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.
thus concisely stated by the Times:
OTU.’E b hereby given that the undersigned
“There are holes in our city deep
X ’ Yaiahill
has been appointed by tbe county court of
couuty, state of Oregon, administrator
enough to bury every councilman in,
of thei ritatc of <’olby Carter, late of .said county,
dt rtiasud aiid has qualified as such administrator,
and if they ever get in them they
Therefore, all persons Laving claims against the
estate of said Colby Carter, arc hereby notified to
can’t find a man in the city that
present them with the proper vouchers to me at
my residence al West Chehalem, Yamhill County,
would be willing to help them out.”
Oregon, within six months from tbe date of this
notice. Dated March 15, 1MN.
The republicans of Clackamas have
W H WOOD, Administrator.
W. T. VINTON, Att y for said Estate
nominated Hon. George C. Brownell
MOST POPULAR REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER OF THE WEST
for state senator. R. L. Holman is
Administrator’s Sale of Land.
again nominated for coroner. He ex
pects to sit on all the populists in
’OTICE is hereby given that by virtue
HAS THE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
N of uu order of the < ounty Court for
his official capacity on the 5th of
Yamhill county, Oregon, made «March 10, Xb'Jl,
TERMS BY MH1L:
directing the undersigned as the administrator ot
June. Capt. J. T. Apperson’s candi
theeitataof Benjaoiin Antrim, deceased, to sell
the hereinafter described real propertv of said DAILY (without Sunday; $6 per year.
dacy for governor was unanimously
estate in order to ralae funds to pay tbe indebted-
(with Sunday) $8
adnesM and the expenses of administration thereof,
SEMI-WEEKLY, $2 per year. endorsed.
which said older directs that said real propertj
WEEKLY, $1 per year.
ta- sold at private tule ou the premises, 1 will, at
The trial trip of one of the new
the dwelling house on said premises, on the 14th
<iay of April, 1KJ4, nt th« Lour of one o’clock in
cars over the west side elec
As a newspaper the INTER OCEAN keeps abreast of the times in all respects. It •pare«
the afternoon of said day, otter the hereinafter
describe«! real property for sale at private sale to neither pains nor expense in securing all tbe news and ihu best of current literature
was made on Friday when
the highest und bc^t bidder therefor, upon the
following terms, to wit . The purchaser to assume
of some of the
und pay the mortgages now upon said lands, the
principal of which is S539.S4 and fL/J2.83 respect- Is edited especially for those who, on account of mall service or any other reason, do not take a managers of the electric company
Lely, and the accumulated Interest on both of daily [>aper In its columns are to be found the week’s news of all ihe world condensed and the
and friends passed over the line,
sub! mortgages being between three ami four cream vr the literary teatures of the Daily.
hundred dollars; and to pay eight hundred dol
which was found very smooth. The
lars cash In ham! on day of sale, and the balancv
<»f the purchase price to be paid in one year from
sUtTof EIGHT* PAGES, with car was pronounced perfect— Oregon
iitifi.i ale. with interest thi.Ti-m f.om sul-1 das
A Supplement, Illustrated In Celerà,
of sale at thc rale of H per cent per annum until
paid; said balance to be secured by mortgage on
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Í2"0 PER YEAR.
One Dollar if paid iu advance, Single nuiulxr« u > e cent«
beasts slain as pests. Minnesota,
for example, paid out last year rnuiv
than twelve thousand dollars in such
"As old as
the hills” and
ed. “ Tried
ÜLATQR is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is the
p Z//7 /'•only L i ver
C / and K idney
can pin your
faith for a
tive, a 11 d
on the Liver
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
There is every indication that the
farmers have begun to recognize the
importance of farm drainage. They
are beginning to discover how they
can unlock their new treasures of ag
ricultural wealth by engaging in the
work of systemetic underdraining.
Rich bottom lands, hitherto of little
Mrs. Hannah Doty and her estima
for agricultural purposes, may
ble daughter Maggie left for Oregon To Be Too Faint a. Injurious a*
by a system of under
City the first of this week and the
Being Too Slow.
young men of the hill are disconso The electric atmosphere of the draining and be brought to a high
American business world is too apt state of cultivation and one acre be
The citizens of Wapato lake are to make our young men impatient, made to produce as much as two or
warmly agitating the subject of a writes Edward W. Bok in the Ladies’ three acres of worn out hill land.
Home Journal. They want to fly be It is easy to comprehend the re-
School commenced at the “Lake" fore they can even walk well. Am suit of this new farm enterprise.
school house with Miss Jane Hood- bition is a splendid thing in any The area to be farmed will be from
enpyl at the helm. We predict for young man. But he must not forget i to ? less, thereby saving from i to
Miss Hoodenpvl a successful term.
that, like fire and water, it makes a f of the labor and seed, wear and
The Mountain Top school also re good servant but a poor master, i tear of machinery, taxes, etc.
sumed on the 9th with Ed Launer at Getting along too fast is just as in- j Thorough drainage also lengthens
The Klug of Liver Medicine«.
his old post.
jurious as getting along too slow. the seasons for farm operations; cul
“ I have used yourSimmuus Liver Regu
The literary society in district No. A young man between 20 and 251 tivating may commence earlier in lator and can conscienciousiy say it is the
king of all liver medicine«», 1 consider it a
68 is now in flourishing condition, must be patient. I know patience is I tbe spring and continue later in thc medicine chest in itself.—UEo. U . J ack -
son , Tacoma, Washington.
with Geo. Salle in the chair and Mrs. a difficult thing to cultivate, but it j
4T>EVERY I’AC'kAGF. a*
is among the first lessons we must number of acres.
Has the Z Stamp in red on wrapper.
The family of Jacob Hertig are learn iu business. A good stock of j There will be less chance of failure
now established in their new house. patience acquired in early life, will' and greatei- certainty of good crops.
Mr. Schrit will erect a residence stand a man in good stead in later ■ The correctness of the above state
on his farm as soon as possible.
years. It is a handy thing to have ments are no longer matters of con
C hehalis .
and draw upon, and makes a splen troversy; they are accepted and be
lieved by every intelligent farmer.
LETTEIl FROM ELI PERRINS. did safety valve.
Because a young man, as he ap The drainage laws of Oregon are
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT? For a
lie Shows Conclusively That the proaches 25, begins to see things too antiquated to protect and encour
snswer ana an honest opinion, writ« to
Tariff Does Goverii Wag^cs.
MINN Or. CO., who have bad nearly filly t««o’
I more plainly than he did five years age farm drainage to the extent that
•xpenenue In the patent buslncM. Conimnnic-
tloxi» strictly confidential. A H itnrtbook of In.
The other day I said with 30 per before, he mustn’t get the idea that is necessary. There should be a law
foruiatioti oouearnin« Pnlent. ana bow to ot>-
tain t bent sent tree. Also a catalogue of meebau-
cent protection the silk girls in Pat be is a business man yet, and enti to define each man’s duty where co
Ical and eel ent We books sent tree.
Patents taken tbtouplx Munn & Co. reot-lvo
terson, Pa., Weatherly, Allentown tled to a man s salary. If business operation is necessary to carry out a
special nuttoe in the Scientific American, and
thus are brought wld.u, Krore tbe public with
and Bethlehem, Pa., were getting questions, which he didn't under system of underdraining.
out cost to the inventor. This splendid nane.
Issued weekly, elegantly illustrated, has by tar thi
1200 per cent more wages than sim stand five years before, now begin
btrgcat circulation ot auv scientific work tn the
The water courses that cross our
.?.yrt<r- Sample atpte. sent free.
Bulldltia Edltlou ruonndr t2.h)a year. Single
ilar girls in Japan. I said also that to look clearer to him, it is because county roads are the natural outlets
copies, 25 cents. Every number contains beuu-
uful plats« in colors, and photograph, of new
a cut of 10 cents on the tariff would he is passing through transitory- to some men's farms. The road and
houses, with plans, euabling builders to show the
“1 amlsecurf. ..utract«. Addrew
cut wages in American silk mills 33 stage that divides the immature railroad culverts are usually too
MUNN A CO, Naw Vona, 3«H B uoapwat
per cent; a tariff cut of 20 per cent judgment of the young man and the shallow to allow tbe farmer proper
would reduce wages 66 percent, and ripening penetration of the man. outlets for a system of underdrain
I «peak not out of weak surmise«,
a cut of 30 per cent would reduce He is simply beginning. From then ing. Here are barriers that must be
but from proof.'
the American girls’ wages 100 per
he will grow, and his salary will removed, not at the expense of the
farmer but by those whose duty is
grow as he grows.
The Times kicked up about the
But Rome wasn’t built in a day, not to obstruct but to assist in the
imaginary fallacy of my- figures.
and a business man isn't made in a ' progress of an enterprise that will
The other day I visited the Weath night.
As experience comes, the add largely to the material prosperi-
erly, Pa., silk mills. I saw 700 girls judgment becomes mature, and by 1 ty of the country.
getting 75 cents per day spinning the time the young man reaches 30
The delegates to the next republi-
silk. A year ago I saw 700 Japanese
since COTTOLENE has come to 1
he will begin to realize that he didn’t ; can county convention should be
take its place. The satisfaction
girls in Japan reeling similar silk
know as much at 25 as he thought he
with which the people have hailed
into skeins at 7 cents a day.
the advent ot the New Shortening
did. And when he is ready to learn ' sentatives who are alive to the best
“Why don’t you twist it into
from others he will begin to grow interest of those whom they are likely
thread?" I asked.
wise, And when he reaches that to represent. We have no use for
“Why then it would be manufac
state where he is willing to concede men who are likely to become ab
tured silk, and we would have to pa
that he hasn’t a “corner” on all the sorbed in the interest of the few to
Eight Additional pages, making in all Sixteen Pages. This Supplement, containing dix Page* qj
30 per cent duty to get it into the
aai<I premises. If for any reusou said real prop of
evidenced by the rapidly increas- i
knowledge in this world, he will be the detriment of the many.
erty is not sold on said day of sale, the sale there
ing enormous sales is PROOF
ÍÍ1OH THE COUNTY PRESS.
The Inter Ocean is published in Chicago, tbe news and commercial center of all west of the
United States. This duty allows the
of will be continued from day to day thereafter Alleghany
POSITIVE not only of its great
stepping out of the chrysalis of
until the same is sold. Said real premises arc farther East It is in accord with tbe people of the West both in Politico and literature.
value as a new article of diet
described as follow», tc wit Being Known as the I
remember that tbe price of The Weekly inter Ocean is ONLY CN.^ DOLLAR FEB
we-«t half of tbe north half of claim No. W), in T. 5 ¡ YEAR. Please
but Is also sufficient proof of the
S.. R :1 W., Notifica Ion No. 1633, iu Yamhill
Ship Canal Between Lake Superior
Sher- have it done in America.”
general desire to be nd of indi
county, Oregon, as designated In the plats and
THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago. idan where he has rented a small The Japanese girls wore short
and thc JJIaslssippl.
gestible, unwholesome, unappe
surveys of the United States, and described more
particularly as commencing ut thc south-west
The Weekly lutei Ocean and Yamhill County Reporter both One
tizing lard, and otail the ills that
skirts around their loins and ate Following is the program of the annual
There was recently issued to the
corner of this tract now d<-cribed, which copier |
lard promotes. Try
I m 27.93 <‘halns northerly from the south west cor- • Year for 81.25.
The prohibition county convention boiled barley. That is what 7 cent convention of the Woman’s Christian house river und harbor committee a
ner of «aid claim No. 60, on the west boundry line
of »aid claim No. 60; thence north £9 degrees '
Temperance Union of Yamhill count?’, to measure for the survey of a canal
of Yamhill county will be held in
east, 50 34 chains to a stake in the prairie for
THE McNllNNIT iLLE
When 1 re- be held in the Evangelical church, La route connecting lake Superior with
were neatly dressed,
south-eu-t corner of this tract thence noith 1
degree west, 31.57 chains to a stake on the north
marked to the proprietor how thrifty fayette, Oregon, Wednesday and Thurs the Mississippi river. It is proposed
boundary of said claim No. 60; thence south 39 de
The delegates to the prohibition they looked he said with a sigh;
grees west, 50 57 chains to the north west corner
day, April 18 and 19:
by this plan to utilize the small
of satd claim No. GO; thence south one degret? ea«t I
at once and waste no time in
state convention were Charley Moore,
chains to the place of beginning, containing !
streams at the source of the Missis-
discovering like thousands of
AiOuA it -.*T^«re or less, in Yamhill county. Oregon, ¡
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
others that you have now
and being part of the Adam Mathtmey donation |
soon that will pain me more than to 1:30 p. rn., consecration meeting, Mrs, i sippi as connecting links in a canal
ford. They returned yesterday and
Jane Votaw, Newberg.
J R. FORREST,
tell a mother her baby is dead."
joining the gulf of St. Lawrence with
report a very harmonious convention.
Administrator of said estate.
2:00 p. m., reading minutes.
— McMinnville, Oregon.—
’What is it?" I asked.
the Mississippi. Mr. Keifer has let
Mrs. Helen B. Harford, of Newberg,
“I’ve got to tell those happy girls , Appointment of committees.
ters from the United States engineer
was honored with the nomination for
Paid tip Capital, $30,000
that the Wilson bill lowers the tariff i Enrollment of delegates.
officer stationed at St. Paul stating
state superintendent of public to 20 cents—lowers it one-third, and |
Transacts a General Banking Business.
that the plan is entirely feasible. A
I must lower their wages a third— ' Reports of organizers.
private corporation has also been or
Genuine made only t y
A. M. Hadley has been appointed that is from 75 cents to 50 cents a 4:00 p. m , mothers’ meeting, Mrs. ganized at Duluth to undertake tbe
N. K. FAIRBANK d. CO
organizer for Oregon for the supreme day—or stop the mill. We ure not 8. P. Haworth, Newberg.
E. C. APPERSON
AND ALL RINDS OK
The projected canal is to
ST. LOUIS and
H'. N. LINS
Tribe of Ben Hur, a new order based paying dividends now.”
, have a width of 120 feet and a depth
on the book Ben Hur, a tale of the
1 * •*
“Suppose the tariff was lowered 20 5:00 p. m., adjournment.
of 20 feet. It is also urged that it
Board of Directors:
7:50 p. m.r praise service, led by Mrs.
FURNISHINGS Christ. The first court was organ per cent, or two-thirds, what would
could be utilized to store the upper
I. W. COWLES.
M. A. White, Newberg.
be the result?” I asked.
A. J APPERSON,
waters of the Mississippi and pre
8:00 p. m., "Words of Welcome,"
J. L ROGERS.
of tbe author, March 1st, with 448
“Why, we would have to lower Mrs. Louisa P. Rounds, Lafayette. Re vent tbe overflows which are so dis
AU work fully guaranteed to give perfect aatls- charter members, and over a thous wages two-thirds, or to 25 cents a
astrous to the lower Mississippi..
sponse, Mrs. Mary E. Allen, Newberg.
Sell Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Trans faction. Refers by permission to VVm. McChrU- and applications have been received.
fers on New York, San Franaisco and Portland man, Mrs. L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
Deposits received subject to check. Interest paid I
During the month courts were or
“And if they lowered the tariff Music.
on Time Deposits. Loans money on approved Holl's Old Jewelry Stand, 3d Street.
security. Collections made ou all accessible
ganized in several states.
three-thirds, or 100 per cent—act Adjournment.
ually made free trade—what then?”
“Why that would destroy our 8:30 a.m., devotional meeting, Mrs.
The passenger train on Wednes wages entirely here, and the silk Catherine Orburn, Newberg.
day morning killed a fine hog for I. would be spun and woven in Japan
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS
Says H enry H udson , of the James
Proprietor of Tbe McMinnville
Reports of committees.
at 7-cent wages and shipped over
THE • • •
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
George Breid well contemplates the here. The freight on 100 pounds of Reports of county superintendents.
11:15 a. m., "Some Discouragements
silk cloth would be the same as on
Pa., who certi
South side Third St. between B and C.
near future to take the place of the 100 pounds of raw silk—that is 25 of Local Presidents,” Mrs. C. G. Esson,
Situated at the Southwest corner of th« Fair I
old one at the station.
Discussion by local presidents.
“ Among the
School begins Monday at the little
Now, I would like to ask the Times 12:00 m., noontide prayer.
All sizes of Ant e lass Drain Tile kept constantly
to honestly answer about five plain Adjournment.
als which I see
laclnrting FIVE GATE TICKETS I o the Fair. on hand at lowest living prices.
Coop," just across the river. Miss questions:
in regard to cer
1:30 p. m., devotional meeting, Mrs.
M c M innville ,
Rebecca Smith of McMinnville will
1. Is it true that with free trade 8. A. McCune, Amity.
teach the young idea how to shoot this silk cloth can be manufactured 2:00 p. in., Reading minutes.
is T hc L ins to T» kx
during tbe coming term.
1. F. CALBRKATH.
K. £. QOUCHIR.
in Japan at 7-ccnt labor and also be • “Work of the W. C. T. U.,” Mrs. F.
the blood, etc.,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO to other points In
allowed i>ureha«era of »peetal
none impress mo
manufactured here at 70-cent labor, A. Morris, Newberg.
Calbreath & Goucher.
Midwinter Fair-tickets at the following round
3:00 p. m., Annual election of officers.
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
WEST CHEI1A1.E.V1 ITE.H9.
more than ray
with the freight from Japan 25 cents J Miscellaneous business.
Cut Give Him a Call.
TO STATIONS UNDER I5O MILES FROM
PHYSICIANS AND SÜKOEONS.
BAN FRANCISCO, ONE AND ONE THIHDoue-
My Bath, are new and firet-olass In every re-
What is to prevent Japan from | dressed by Mrs. Ada Unruh, McMinn
ago, at the age
beginning to turn and everybody is
TO STATIONS 150 MILES OR MORE FROM 'I o M innvillï
Ladle«' Baiba and IbampAoIng a apeclal
33 of 18 years, I had »peel
SAN FRANCISCO. ONE AND ONE FIFTH one
It runs through Vestibuled busy.
shipping manufactured silk here and 1 ville.
ty. I employ none but flrat-class tnun. Don’t
(Office over Braly’s bank.)
torgel the place. Three door» weM of Hotel
For exact rate« and full information Inquire ot
Politics is the all-absorbing topic destroying our manufactories en 8:00 p. m., lecture, Mrs. Delle C. H.
on my legs,
J B. KIHKI. IMI, DM Pass Agt. at 134
First st.. Porilnud, Or., or address the
CHICAGO of the day. The populists are mak What have we gained by lowering Music.
which broke and
ing great efforts in this precinct,
T. H. GOODMAN.
Manufactures and Deals in
G, n Traffic Manager.
Gen. Passenger Agent.
Composed of DIJilKG CARS unsurpassed. they have three clubs organized. our wages to meet a low tariff?
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
PULLMAN DRAWIXG ROOM SLEEP
NOTICE 1« hereby given that tbe undersigned
Our family phy-
Messrs. Stott and Johnston address we not take money out of circula
IN u sheriff of Yamhill couuty, state of Or
ERS of latest equipment.
Billon» Colic Preveuted.
stcian could do
gon. under and by virtue of a writ ot execution,
ed the people on Chehalem hill the
Persons who are subject to attacks of mu no good, and it was feared that the
dated April loth, IBM, to him directed, issued oui
If our old wages, when 20,000,000 bilious colic can almost invariably tell, bones would be afleoted. At last, uij of the circuit court of said county and state, upon
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
eve of April 2d. There was a good
and to enforce the decree of foreclosure and sale
were receiving on an average by tiieir feelings, when to expect an at good old
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
made by said court on tbe 26th day ot March
attendance but they did not succeed
lbiH la that certain suit wherein J. M Bunn was
Brushes and sells them cheaper than Best that can be constructed and in which ac
plaintiff and Samuel C. Hess, Emma A. Hia, i;.
in organizing a club. The republi
they can be bought any where else in commodations are FREE and furnished for
B. Hibbs, Carrie C Hibbs. J. T. Hess and Lucin
and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken as soon
cans have a very wide-awake club
da EHesa were deteuduuts, will sell at pubh -
<ie Willamette Valley. Our ail home holders of first and second-class tickets, and
to try Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. I took three
auction to the highest bidder tur cash in L S
at this point that is increasing in
gold coin, at tb* court house door in McMlunvill«
bottles, the sores healed, and I have not
made sets of harness are pronounced
In said county and state, on t-aturdav the l' ib
ELECANT DAY COACHES.
numbers in a manner gratifying to 000 out of circulation annually?' off the disease. Such persons should al been troubled since Only the «oars
unsurpassable by those who buy them
day of Ma). 16M, at one o’clock p m ot «aid da'
ways keep the Remedy at baud, ready remain, and the memory of tbe
CATES & HENRY, Props
the following described real premises, to-wlt:
its members. The populists held
Lying and being in Yamhill County, state of
A continuous line, connecting with all Hoes. «!’
Oregon, and being the east half of the southeast
fording direct and uninterrupted service. Pun their primary last Saturday.
quarter of section eight (8) and the south half of
or three doses of it at the right time will Ayer’s Sarsaparilla has done me.
E Street, north of Third. Everything New and
man Steeper reservations can be secured in ad
of the southwest quarter of section nine ’b in T.
A ‘‘hack load" went to McMinn
First class Conveyance of Commercial t ravel- I
vance through any agent of the road.
save them much suffering. For sale bv I now weigh two hundred and twenty
3 S. R. 6 W ot the Willamette meridian, con
make bird times?
ers a spectaltv Board and stabling by the day or I
taining one hundred and sixty acres of land, aid
monili We solicit a fair share of tbe local pat- .
8. Howorth & Co.
THROUGH TICKETS to and from all points in
that said land will be so sold al auction to obtain
I have been on the road for the past
America. England and Europe, at any ticket W. D. Fenton.
J. T. Carter (who
funds with which to satisfy and pay to said
office of this road.
paid off the $3,000,000,000 national
plaintiff, J. M. Bunn, in U 8. gold coin, th> prin
In spite of the cry that wild game
was reputed as the only democrat
cipal nun of eleven hundred and fifty-one dollars
debt in 30 years and made our coun is becoming scarce in this country, saparilla advertised in a. parts of the
and slxty-six cents (il,161.66j with interest on
Full information concerning rales, time ot left in Chehalem) returned with his
United States, and always take pleas
said sum at tbe rate of ten per cent i-n annum
COULTER & WRIGHT. Prop s.
try the most prosperous nation on there are great numbers of wild
trains, routes «nd other details, furnished on ap
from tbe 26th day of March, ls91. and tbe sum of
ure in telling wbat good it did for me." *
spiritual strength very much re
plication to any agent or
1100.00 as attorneys' fees and costs and disbure •
E li P erkins .
men'.», taxed at S29 65. said sums being due the
Goods of all descriptions moved and
plaintiff from the defendants, Samuels?, and Em
Sailor > careful
ma A. Hess, as shown by said decree and said ex
There was a social hop and basket What will Simmons Liver Regulator
handlins guaranteed. Collections
Prep«: ad by Dr J C Ay.rk Co., Lowell, Maaa
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
supper at the Robbon Ridge hall thc do? Cure dyspepsia, biliousness, sick
Dated April 11th, 18S1. w - l . wa BREN.
will be made monthly. Hauling of all I
Cures others, will cureyou
121 First Street
I pnpTT avd or
ands per year in bounties for wild
Sheriff of said County.
headache and indigestion.
evening of the 6th.
kinds done cheap.
Comer Washington, | r0RILA>D, OR.
G^ at D i / ide
THE INTER OCEAN
E. J. Qualey & Co
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO
“Only the Scars
Truck and Dray Go.