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with very little money in his pocket, istered To the probate depart
but with an ample resource of pure ment of the office be will bring the
Dr. J. F Caibreath. who heads the grit, he made a contract with a party experience of an able attorney.
F. H. BARNHART,
local ticket as nominee for state sen to drive a four-mule team across the
Amos Nelson, nominated tor coun
ator. was born in Lewis county. plains, receiving his board as com ty commissioner to succeed T W
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR
West Virginia, in 1854.
The civil pensation. Arriving iti Oregon with Perry, is a thrifty and level-headed
war. which raged fiercely over that just ten cents in his pockety he farmer of the Chehalem valley, aud
J. tí. KUS AV,
section of the south, spreading ruin worked a couple months tor Thomas a man of good parts generally. He
and disaster iu its path, caused his Wright on his farm near North Yam was put forward by the people of the
parents to seek a new home iu the bill, after which he secured employ northeastern portion of the county,
In lr»cal column* 10 cents per west. They emigrated to Town in
ment with O. 11 Adams at his saw realizing the importance of having a
Hue for Ur>t WP.-k and 5 < -nf- per line thereafter
Dlipiny ad\erti-e-inrui-» annual i*t<; ■>, one inch 1862. and in ¡865 started or. the long mill in the mountains, and subse i man of practical sense and ability in I
per month tl e«**b
»¡¿ch 50 Cents p« r
journey across the plains for Oregon. quently farmed for a few years in the that responsible position, and from I
Obit'ian <r‘«l marrhUh notice« not exceeding
Benton county, vicinity of Carlton. By 1877, through what we know of Mr. Nelson we be
10 iitMM» laibllAhed free, it tumfifted in time to They settled in
be current new
Additional mnttei lucent*per where the subject of our sketch
the exercise of characteristic energy lieve he tills the bill admirably.
learned at an earlj’ age the practical and prudence he had accumulated a
The nomination of John Penning- •
lessons and habits of industry. fund sufficient to embark in the liv ton for county treasurer seemed to ■
FRIDAY, MAY I, 1894
The hard times have Dot prevented us in trying at least to supply our
Mrs. J. II. H orsxyder . 152Pacific
Working on the farm in summer and ery business. Within six weeks from ' bo the unanimous will of the conven-1
with New Goods at Hard Times Prices. In Dress Goods we have
attending school in winter he ac . the date of opening, his buildings ! tion. He is filling the office accept
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
quired at least the average education i lay in ashes, but only a short time ably, is always at his post during
Ohio. I hail a sever« attack of brain
of a boy of his years and opportuni , elapsed until he again had his sign business hours, and he lacks nothing fever. On my recovery, I tonn«l uiysell
ties, but at sixteen a groat misfor out, haviug put up the building oc ! in public confidence.
W 1- LOKb.
perfectly bald, uu.l, for a long time, i
< >f Marlon County
teared I should he permanently so.
tune overtook him in the death of cupied by Knapp, Burrell A Co. at
For Secretarv of Suit',
both parents, leaving him alone with- present. He enjoyed a prosperous hails from Sheridan. He is at pres- Friends urged me to use Ayer’s Hair
n K KINCAID,
Vigor, and, on doing so, tny hair
ut nane County
' out fortune to carry on the battle of I business for several years, but iu ! ent employed as deputy assessor un
For State Treasurer.
life, which to an ambitious and as 1888 the fire fiend again laid waste der Mr. York, having been strongly
Of Grant County
piring youth meant more than ex- ! his possessions and wrecked his I recommended by the people of Sher
end 1 now have as fine a head of hair as
For Supreme Judg".
i istencc. The next three years found finances to the extent that he was idan a-, a suitable and qualified per one could wish for, being changed, how-
i E WOLVERTON
and other Fancy Suitings
lit Lane County.
him alternately teaching school, obliged to seek employment for son for the woik. This is a good over, from blonde to dark brown.’’
working on the farm and a pupil of wages. He worked lor the Portland I endorsement, and he will have had
C. M IDLFMAS.
“ After a lit of sickness, my hair came
Ginghams, Prints an<l all Staple Cotton Goods in profusion and lower than
Of Mtilinoioah Coiintj
Philomath college. The choice of a j Transfer Co. for a year and a couple the benefit of experience in the work out in conibiulls. 1 used two bottles of
IRISH LAWNS and WHITE GOODS. Dress Braids and
For superintendent ol 4*ol»Uc liatructioti.
’ profession decided him to enter the of years for the Whatcom Transfer | before assuming the responsibilities
<> M. IRWIN,
Trimmings of all kinds. New Hosiery, Underwear and
of Union Count)
I University of California, from which , Co., at the end of which time lie of the office. He is spoken of among
Finishing Goods. New Clothing at Bed Rock prices.
For State Printer.
I he graduated with good honors after found himself able, by dint of par acquaintances as a whole-souled and ami now my hair is over a yard long
W >1 LEEDS
ami very full and heavy. I have recom
Of Jackson Count,
| three years of diligent application, tient labor and economy, to return genial fellow, and will be popular in mended tins preparation to other* w itli
F. h Kerties iilative In <’.>ngn-s-—Fini District.
and in 1875 he settled at Lafayette and embark in business, having re | the race.
like good effect.”—Mrs. Sidney Carr,
14G0 Regina st., Harrisburg, Pa.
For District Attorney—Thiol District,
in partnership with Dr. II. It. Little tained his dwelling here with that
In fact every department filled with New Goods.
j s M c C ain
“ I have used Ayer’s Hair Vigor for
For Circuit Judge-Third District
II. B. HEWITT
1886. In some particulars I)r. Cai no man in McMinnville has enjoyed no better material. He has given several years and always obtained satis
factory results. I know it is the best
Fur Member Board of Equalliaiion.
breath is one of the best known men more fully the confidence of the peo most excellent satisfaction.
preparation lor the hair that is made.”
House Cleaning Time Has Come Again
9 D GIBSON
: in Yamhill county
No person, ple for his honesty and integrity.
J. B. Stilwell, county superin —C. T. Arnett, Mammoth Spring, Aik.*
Joint R«pre»entative Yamhill and Tillamook
Lace Curtains from £»O Cents to $3 per Pan
probably, has entered more homes of Few persons, if any. have more tendent, has filled the office well
II o. guild
Curtain Net Scrim, Draperies, and Bon Ami for Window
Yamhill county, knows more of the warm personal friends among people during two years, and proved to be
COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. I actual conditions of life, and has of all parties. He is oue of the kiud a strong man before the convention.
been brought into closer contact and of men who draw others to him by He has been active and energetic in Prepitred by I>r. J.<\ Ayer ¿1 (' cl , Lowell, Mas*
sympathy with the people. He is the exercise of those innate qualities the work, and no stone has been left
J I CALBKEATH
known to everyone as the skilled, which mark the true gentleman, unturned whereby in his judgment
: successful and tireless physician, to manifest in a kindly regard and es the interest of the public schools
t ai . vin S tanley
t.to W BBANSON
; whom seasons of rain, mud or sun- teem for others. As a business man could be advanced. He is in close
We believe in reliable goods of known worth.
Lownsdale lost 7000 fine
I shine are the same, and who never he is thoroughgoing and capable and touch with the teachers of the coun
We believe in fair and honestjprofits.
' refused a summons to the bedside of will bring to the service every qual ty, and with the experience of two young peach trees this spring by his
A E. McKERN
rich or poor that it was possible for ification necessary for an excellent years at his back will lie able to ac neighbors’ sheep and goats getting
We believe in selling goods for cash prices thaï we may not be compelled to
into the orchard.
i him to obey. He is a man of simple administration of the sheriff’s office eomplish more and better work.
IVY All HARRIS
make upon one what we lose on others.
: democratic feeling who makes no
The nomination for coroner sets
A. E. McKern, the nominee for
Dayton Hora Id.
J E MAGERH
We believe in treating every visitor with consideration, no matter whether
i display of his own virtues or accom county clerk, is a resident of North gracefully upon the shoulders of C.
Let the eagle scream! and unfurl
plishments, but strives for the high Yamhill. He is well and favorably F. Daniels, and bis name at the lat
they buy or not.
the banner to the breeze, and sing
est degree of excellence in whatever known within the commercial radius ter end helps to make it a good tick
.1. C. PENNINGTON.
the good old patriotic airs on Inde
We believe in cheerfully exchanging goesls or refunding the purchase price
is undertaken. In his social as well of that place and comes before the et, a popular ticket and a strong
pendence day. The Fourth of July
as professional career this trait is people with the highest possible en ticket all the way through.
when returned in good condition.
will be celebrated in Dayton.
We believe that marking goods in plain figures at lowest possible prices is the
C. E BRANSON.
among Masons who have risen to the as a man of integrity, strict business
Senator Francis B. Stockbridge,
only right way.
J. B. STILWELL
high honor of a thirty-second degree. habits and thorough efficiency. For of Michigan, died suddenly in Chica Marcellus Faulconer, of this place,
We believe in advertising and doing exactly what we advertise to do.
While he has never taken a hand in a number of years he has been con go on the 30th.
is now proprietor of the Big Nostuc-
C. F DANIELS
We believe in giving satisfaction to our customers, feeling they are not only
politics in the practical sense, he has nected with the establishment of II.
the best but truest advertising mediums.
struck for an advance of 30 cents a ca toll road, having exchanged prop
been a consistent and unswerving re F. Bedwell & Co., as clerk, book day, at Cleveland. O.
H. G. G uild , editor of the Sheri
We believe that modern progressive merchandising means more than the
publican from the time of reaching keeper and general manager. He
The strike on the Great Northern
mere buying and selling of commodities. It seeks to render their trans
Miss Gertrude Pound, of McMinn
dan Sun, is the republican nominee
maturity, his convictions taking root has served thb local community as is over, the railroad conceded the ville, who has been teaching in dis
fer to you pleasant as well as economic, and by its integrity invites an
for joint representative of Yamhill
away back in slavery’ days, when as school clerk, secretary of the cream demands of the strikers.
trict No. 50 in this county, has just
and Tillamook. He is a gentleman
The first quarterly payment of in
a small boy he witnessed and com ery company, and is one of those
Wool and Mohair nought at Market Price.
opened her school at the Castle Rock
«■mineutly worthy of the honor, pos
prehended the wrong and injustice of men whose efficiency and obliging terest on the new government loan school house in Tillamook county,
sessed of good rustling ability, and
was paid on Tuesday, amounting to
the system to which older persons, nature is recognized and called into over $600.000.
Miss Pound is a very successful
his republicanism is of the Methodist
reared in its midst, became blind as service on a great variety of occa Truxton Beale, ex-minister to teacher, aud has many friends in
persuasion Give him a full vote.
interest or custom preyed upon their sions. The qualifications of a num Persia, and Harriet Blaine, daugh Yamhill.
sensibilities. Though not a politi ber one clerk are manifest in Mr. ter of the late Secretary Blaine, !
T hs democrats are still mstling
Last Friday information was re
cian, there are probably few persons McKern’s makeup, and the republi were married at the Blaine residence
hard to bring about a fusion with
in Sheridan of the death of
better qualified to take up the work cans should see to it that he receives
the populists. At the populist con
Fennel of upper Willamina,
of legislation at this time.
Intelli a rousing majority in June.
I Pointer tor Travelers*
vention an executive committee of
aged about 73 year.-.
gent and thoroughly posted in gen The nomination of Captain Wyatt | While Mr.T. J. Richey, of Altona, Mo.,
seven was empowered to fill any va
to Oregon from Missouri in
eral affairs, bound bv no ties or ob Harris for recorder for a fourth term, was traveling in Kansas he was taken
cancies occurring in the ticket prior
1843 and settled on his donation
ligations, the same fidelity to pur and that without effort on his part violently ill with cholera morbus. lie
to election. This was especially de
claim near Willamina, being one of
signed, we understand, to prevent pose and the same untiring zeal beyond the candid acknowledgement cine, aud the druggist recommended the first settlers in Yamhill county.
manifest in other walks of life are of a willingness to serve if again Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Dia-
candidates from selling out. It seems
He leaves a large family.
certain to distinguish him as a faith honored with an election, is the rrbceu Remedy 90 highly he concluded to
that the dems can make it all right
ful and useful servant of the people. strongest possible endorsement of!
with some of the candidates, but
and a few doses cured him completely.
A match has been made bet ween
Calvin Stanley, Newberg,nominat his faithful and competent services. It is made fur bowel complaint and noth
this committee is in the way, and
ed for the office of representative, was As has been truthfully remarked, ing else. It never fails. For sale by 8. Johnsou and Zimmerman, bicyclists,
they are laboring day and night with
Howorth 4 Co.
for $10,000 a side, for any distance
leading members of it to obtain a born in Hendricks county, Indiana, this office is one of the most impor
between one and ten miles, the race to!
promise that it will not fill the va in 1848. He was brought up ou a tant in the gift of the people, its
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS
be run on the return of Zimmerman
farm and with the exception of systematic, accurate aud honest ad
The only important news that has from France.
i I school teaching in winter when a ministration involving the sound
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
for the last four weeks is a
young man, farming was his voca and safe title to their homes and happened
An excursion of eastern agricul
South side Third St. between B and C.
HELP IS WANTED
tion until comiug to Oregon six lands. Capt. Harris has been tried Commencement exercises have been
tural editors brought a number to
years ago. On his arrival in New and uot found wanting.
tion will be Monday, June 4, and gradu
inspect the great Yakima country,
aie ailing aud iuf-
berg he went into the mercantile who have transacted business in the ating exercises Thursday, June 7.
fcring, or w eak and
which some of them pronounced the
The seniors have decided to have class
exhausted. And, to
business, and until about a month recorder’s offices of many counties,
Come and See Us
most magnificent country they had
every such womau,
exercises during commencement
ago be has been connected with the say that of Yamhill is the most sys day
ever laid eyes on
firm of Morris, Miles A Co. Mr. tematic, presents the cleanest and Prof. Brownson will start to California I
by Doctor Pierce’» ■ TO.VSOKIAL PARLORS,
Stauley has always been a staunch most perfect records of auy office in the 15th inst. He goes to deliver an ad-.
tion. For young
Au anti-work army led by Galvin
drees before the Pacific coast educational!
republican. In business he is care Oregon
There is no buncombe conference which meets in Oakland. May
; girls just entering
captured a Baltimore & Ohio train
ful and painstaking and has a repu about this. It is heard at other 17th. Prof, will visit the midwinter fair B------------ -T? , womanhood; wo For a Clean Shave or Fathionable Hair
at Mouut. Sterling, Ohio, on Friday,
men at the critical
Cut Give Him a Cal).
tation for weighing a matter care times than when a political campaign aud report the good things to the Philer- change of life”; women
W. G. HENDERSON.
approaching My Baths are new and flrstdaes In every’ re S. WILSON.
but were forced to abandon it by
gians on his return.
fully iu Ins mind before expressing is ou. The Captain is one of the The Philergians held an interesting I confinement; uursiug mothers ; and ev^ spect. Ladies' Baths and shampooing a special
state troops sent from Columbus
womau who is ” run-down ” or over ty. I employ nona but tirst-class men Don’t
an opiuiou. Among his friends when most accommodating and obliging of , meeting last Saturday. The debate wa6 I ery
worked. it is a medicine that builds up, forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
Governor McKinley. They gave up
matters of importance are up for men, and has the faculty of ‘weal j subject for tomorrow evening is Resolved, strengthens, snd regulates, no matter Yamhill.
the train without resistance
consideration his opinion is sought ing well” with the people. There is ! That the agriculturist holds the most re what the condition of the system.
It's an invigorating, restorative tonic,
i for as he is known as a man of good no reason for anticipating a less ma spected position in society.
Frank Hatton, editorof the Wash-
a soothing and bracing nervine, and the
(Third Street, between E and F.)
Manufactures and Deals in
business sense. A citizen of New jority for him than he received two! ’lair» Inbuiuoulty to tliiu>rir.
only yuaranfeej remedy for " female
uigtou Pf>3t, died in Washington ou
berg who knows Mr. Stauley inti years ago, when he proved one of j The most inhuman outrages, outrages1 complaints” aud weaknesses. In bear ■
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
He was appointed assist
ing-down sensations, periodical pains,
mately says of him: “He is solid, of the strongest in the race.
that would disgrace the savage, uian per- ulceratiou, inflammation, nnil every kin I
ant po6tmaster-geucral by President
good sense—honest as the day is
In the nomination of a candidate [»eiratos uj>on his own system by swal dred ailineut, if it evi r fails to benefit or
Arthur in 1881, and upon the retire
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
ment of Judge Gresham was ap long—no countenance for trickery, for county judgo the office unques lowing drastic purgatives which convulse
Brushes and sella them cheaper than
| and will make an able representative. tionably sought the man. Public in bis stomach, agonize his intestines and
thej- can be bought anywhere else in Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
Geo W. Brauson, the other nomi terest demands in this position a weaken hi* system. Many jKoplc eon- :
the Willamette Valley. Our all home
stautly do this under the impression that j
made sets of harness are pronounced
Au earthquake throughout Greece nee on the legislative ticket, is a good person of sound and practical busi medicaments only which are violent in
niisiirpas.-uibie liy those who bny them
ou the 28th completely destroyed man—an honest man aud a person of ness. He should be honest and up-1 their action, and particularly cathartics, I
the cities of Th»?bes and Atalanta.
health is wrought under this mistaken
Applicants For Teacher*' Certificates
.Many persons were rendered home the state of Illinois, born in DeWitt qualifications he is a good lawyer, | idea. The laxative which most nearly
less, and thousands will have to de county in 1832 He came to Oregon the county is fortunate in securing! approaches the beneficent action of na hill county, Oregon, will hold the regular Notice is hereby given that the under
is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
signed. a-1 sln-rifi of Yamhill county, state
pend on the government for shelter iu 1851, when nineteen years of age, his services. Such a man is J. E. ■ ture
which is painless but thorough, and in quarterly examination of applicants for ot Oregon, under and by virtue of that cer
vigorates the intestinal canal instead oí
tain execution, issued out ot the circuit
what was known as Yocom and Hus Morgau county, Ohio, in 1847, and ! weakening and irritating it. The liver said county, at the court house in McMinn court of said county, in tint certain action
stomach share iu the benign disci ville, commencing at noon on Wednesday, at law wlu-rem J, A. t'oehrun was plaintitf
General Schofield ou Friday sent sey’s emigrant train, driving an ox- came across the plains with his par and
pline instituted by this comprehensive May 9tb. an<l continuing the session and H. T. Mills was defendant, upon and
to enforce Che judgment rendered by said
lie has resided in medicine, whose healthful influence is
to Colonel Swaiu in command of the team. On arriving in Oregon he ents in 1852.
until the 12th. All applicants for certifi court in sail! action ou the Ztith day oi
department of Dakota, aud General settled near Willamina and has re- Yamhill county since 1874, and is felt throughout the system, Malarious, cate* must be present at the opening ses March. 1894, and the order of sale of at
rheumatic, kidney and nervous cotn-
sion on Wednesday, the 9th. Applicants tached property made on said day bv said
Oti9 of Vancouver barracks, the fol sided in Yamhill county up to the known by nearly all residents of the plaints succumb to it.
court in said cause, said execution being
for state diplomas and state life diplomas dated April 24th, 1894, and directed to the
lowing order: “Use troops upon ap present time. The past eight years county. He is in the true sense of
I tnu’t make application at tlie same time.
undersigned, will, dn the 26th davof May,
plication of United States marshals he has resided near Wheatland, the term a self-made man of the suc
Heal E«tate Transfer*.
lstil, at one o'clock p. m of said day, at
J. B. S tilwell ,
For week ending May 2d.
During the early
in states along the Northern Pacific, where with his sous he is conducting cessful type.
County Superintendent of Schools and said county and state sell at public auction
W & S E Hall to S N Mitchell
executing processes of the United a large farm. For over thirty years years of his life he worked upon the E lots
Chairman of the Board of Examiners.
for cash to the highest bidder, the follow
5, 6, 7, 8 blk 28 Edward’s
ing described real property belonging to
he has been a licensed minister in farm and taught school to provide add to Newberg.............
defendant, H T 51 ills, to-wit:
the United Brethren church, though funds for an education, and gradua S N Mitchell & wf to W J Stater
All the right, title and interest of the de t
lots 5, 6, 7, 8 blk 28 Edwards’
fendant, II. T. Mills, of, in and to that hop
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE.
The anti-Breckinridge people in in the last few years ho has preached ted from the law department of add to Newberg .. .
yard, containing 17 acres more or less, on
the Abram Garrison donation land claim
the seventh congressional district of
OTICE k hereby given that the undersigned in Yamhill county, state of Oregon, plunt-
jr' GEL in ali . things is our motto .
Kentucky have issued a pamphlet to say that he has always been re ing the first three years of his resi r 3 .. . . ............... ......................
4000 N as sheriff of Yamhill county, state of Ore J ed by said defendant and now in the pos
PER1ENCE HAS BEEN OUR TEACHER.
entitled “An appeal to the people of
TRAORDINARY BARGAINS FOR CASH
of tne circuit court of ?aid Yamhill county, In that certain tract of land containing five
that certain suit wherein I B. \ . Nash was plain- i
/W AMINE OUR SPLENDID STOCK.
Ashland district for purity in the Yamhill county. His political con of mathematics in McMinnville col WhitMM.
situate in suid donation land 'claim
250 tiff and W. T. Shurtleff, Alice O Shurtlen and acres,
ERCISE A GOOD JUDGMENT; CALL EARLY.
Robert I.. Stow were defendants, and to enforce I on the north line of said claim and on the
house and morality in public life, victions are of the steadfast and lege, and has been one of its direct J K Wright to Chas K Spaulding
~“*-PECTING A SHARE OF YOLK TRADE
the decree of foreclosure an«l sale made by said J West side of the oounty road running from
n hi lot 3 blk 13 Hurley A
and a protest against the reelection abiding kind, such as spring from an
court iu said suit decreeing that said plaintiff re- I Whites to Briedwell's warehouse, together
Large’s add to Newberg
C5 cover from the defendant W. T. 8hurtieff, iu | with tlie buildings and ail improvements
of Breckinridge.’* 20,000 copies have honest heart and minister to a clear president of the executive board of S H,
I idled States gold coin, the sum of 3723.50 with i thereon, said hop yard tract ami said live
Sarah & J G Dorrence to
interest on said num at the late of eight per cent | acre tract haviug been leased to said H T.
conscience, and if he is elected to a trustees. At various and frequent Cunningham A Bailey lots 9, 10,
We remain for Bargains. Yours Truly.
per annum from the 27th day of March, lwH, aud !
the further sum of $75.00 as attorneys’ fees and • Mills by said J. A Cochran for a term ot
11, 12, 13, 14, 15 blk 51 Ed
seat in the legislature his constitu times he has been called upon to fill
add to Newberg............
175 eree having been given on the 27th day of March, and the undersigned will at said lime ami
General Coxy and his brigade ad ents can feel assured that no act of positions of trust and honor by the A wards'
M Hoffman A wf to E F Miller
WALLACE Ä WALKER,
1*04, and ordering the sale ot the hereinafter de* ' place under said execution «ell allthe ti- bt
et al 14.80 a pt H H Hyde die
vanced upon the capitol on the 1st. his will ever bring reproach upou
1970 scribed real property, to wit:
aud interest that said detendant har in . aid
Wright Block, McMinnville.
been found derelict. Mr. Magers is Yamhill Land Co to G W Wyman
Coxy 's purpose was to make a speech j his friends or his party.
the town nf McMinnville, Yamhill countv, state I hop yard and said live-acre tract and nil
blk 2 Maple add to Lafayette
Oreaon, as shown by the duly recorded plat of* improvements thereon which he obtained
on the capitol steps. There were 500
W. G. Henderson, the nominee for built upon the plan of a good and Aaron M Bray et al toFiemon Liv
said audition to said town, saving and excepting 1 l under said lease, and that said propertv i
lots 7 and 8 of said block, said w rlt of execution will be sold to satisfy aid execution and
men in line, and spectators enough : sheriff, is a man of more excellent useful citizeu. ■ who esteems the honor engood et al 1 a pt David Ram
being dated April 4tb. 1 S31. and to enforce *aid judgment, said judgment bi ing in favor of
and by virtue thereof. 1 will on Saturday, said plaintifl and against the defendant in
to make up a crowd of 10,000. Coxy i qualities than can be catalogued in bestowed at the hands of his fellow W T Kutch A wf to F H Coffeen
the 2d day ot June, ldm, at one o clo< k p m. of I United States gold coin, for the sum of
was confronted by the police as he a brief newspaper article. He was men. and finds his highest gratifica blk 9 Carlton Imp Co’a add to
said day, at the court house door in McMinnville,
in Laid county and state, sell at public auction to $435.90, with interest on said sntn at the
took off his hat to speak on the cap j boru in the state of Ohio in 1846, re tion and pride in the faithful dis Carlton ....................... 162 the highest bidder fot ca*-b in U. S. gold coin, all 1
oi? Pcr c?nt »*r a,mum from March
of the real property above described, excepting 26th, 1894, arid for
Ou costs and dis
itol steps. His constitutional right moving with his parents to Iowa iu charge of the duties set before him.
said lots? and a of said block nine of said addi bursements and accruing costs, said hop
Campbell lot 3 Macy’s lBt add to
being refused, lie thrust upon them a 1853. In 1866, when twenty years Elected to the office of county judge Dayton........................................ 230 to obtain funds with which to pay and satisfy yard ar.dnve-acre tract being described in
said several sums of money with cofis ana ac-1 said lease and said property haling been
priuted protest, which proved to be of age. hearing glowing accounts of he will take great pride in helping U S to John H Putman 117.67 ‘a
attached in said action.
33 t 4 r 4 & sec 4 t 5 r 4 ... Pat cruing
Dated April 25th, 1894.
Dated April 2*lh, 1dm
well worded epitome of populist doc ; Oregon, he determined to come west to see that its financial affairs are Ole sec C Mortenson
to Fred H Gran-
W. L. WARRES’.
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and seek his fortune. Accordingly. economically and judiciously admin- hoy 10 a pt J B Rogers die......... 1000
Sheriff of said Yamhill County.
«■henff of said Yamhill County.
Yamhill ICounty Reponer.
NEW GOODS !
Satines 121-2 to 40 cis
Outing Flannels 11 to is cts.
Began to Grow,
Sultana, Winnebrook, Alpine
Ayer’s Hair Vigor
Ayer’s Hair Vigor
Bedroom Suits, Portland Prices
BURNS & DANIELS
C ity S tables ,
: ARNESS !