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Yamnill County Reporter.
A man who voted for "u change”
IIow the times have, changed may on the republican ticket. Mr
and got it should be permitted, after oe seen by considering this fact, told Gwinn is the populist nominee and
footing it to Washington, to stand on a few days ago. On a Portland J- T. Simpson the democratic as
F H. BARNHART.
the capitol steps and say - why he ik > .nd train, a brick-layer said: ' In pirant.
1891 I laid 600 060 brick, in 1892,
PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETOR. doesn't like it.
Walt Potter and C. B. Lafollett
2u0,000; 1893. 60 000. and I am now are setting at the feet of Sheridan's!
.1. <>. E< K ’• IN, l.aociHlc S.dilor.
I f tepubiican ruie had ever made on my wav to ask for the only job I Gamaliel, as it were. In plainer
a Coxey. Kelley, or Kandail army can see and it is a little one, 20.000. prose, both are devol ing some of
possible, how democratic organs 1 am not certain of getting the work, their spare time to the reading of the I
Reading noth- -in local columns 1J cent’s per
hoc for ur-t w.. ~ ..nd a cents per line thereafter. would have bowled. A harp of a out if 1 do I shall have to wait an in
His play »dveni-
nt" annua! runs, one Inch
l» r u<uull* »1 «.«-a a<:<!:«>..n ■ m< 1< :ei*ul4 ¡■er thousand strings would not have definite time for my money. ' This Linden.
prospect is eighty miles from the
Obituarv and marriarc notices not exceeding made music enough for them.
li line« i ’ Mi '" ‘I tri-.- tf furnished in time to
mechanic’s home—Hillsboro Inde
Ad'litiuual waiter lu emit-per
T rusts can get all the protection pendent.
The residence of H. T. Mills on the
they ask for from the present con Two men J. L. Weaver and R. L. J. A. Cochran farm was burned to
FRIDAY, MAY I k , 1891.
gress. It is the American manufac Downing, some weeks ago left the ground last Thursday afternoon.
turer. Ihc farmer, and wool grower Eugene to go to the Bohemian mines, A sewing machine, bureau, three
who can get nothing. They dont in the Cascade mountains. Between chairs and bedding for one bed was
own the party they did not invest the mines and the valley the snow is saved. The fire was the result of
their money for “a change' in 1892. very deep and the face of the country the pipe being disconnected with the
If not. all farmers and business men desire is certainly to the taste
Catarrh in the Head
A H LORD
various political candidates, as they cannot get overheated, unless
Ot Marion Couuty.
obscured, so that the men are sup
M ore compromises have been posed to have been bewildered, at
An Unfortunate Inheritance How
the weather changes before the campaign eloses.
For Secretary of State,
H R KINCAID.
It Was Destroyed.
entered into on the Wilson bill than any rate they never reached their
<>1 bane County
Making allowance for those who
If half of the population are not candidates it must bo because
‘ Spokane. Wash.. Aug. 9. 1»93.
For State Treasurer
destination. A search party found are not obliged under the law to I “C. I. Hood * Co.. Lowell, Mass.
ures combined which the republicans their trail and followed its windings hold certificates, it would appear ••Gentlemen:—1 wish to add my teslimuny to
• il Gru t County
enacted. And the worst of it is the till it was obliterated by new snow. that Chinese registration in this dis the worth uf Hood's SatsapaiIlla. My little
For supreme Judge,
eral more parties.
t F WOLVERTON
bulk of the democrats think the com A large search party has just re trict is practically full. Only about girl has been cured by it ot inherited catarrh,
Of Linu Couuty.
blie had colds continually etery mouth and yel
promises have made the bill worse turned unsuccessful. The theory 4,Odd remain unregistered out of 51,- low discharge, but since taking Hood’s Bars»-
If the cold weather don’t last too long we will be able to supply the
< M IDLEMAN,
winter goods, but do hope for summer weather in time to sell
now held is that the men have fallen 221 according to census figures.
of Multnomah Coun’y
H.r suneiiotendenf of Public Instruí lion
some precipice and are dead. Some ot these are merchants or
Gov. P ennoyer , in his slow and
G. M IRWIN
No expectation of finding the bodies others of exempt classes, and some,
of Union County.
solemn speech, is lond of telling the
We are showing a lino of Jap Silk in all shades, 20 inches wide at
For ‘ tute printer
people that be is opposed to corpora is entertained till the snow’ melts presumably, are of the number who
.70 cents per yard. This is especially adapted for Waists, Evening or
tv H uhED.-
late this summer.
want to get free passes to China
of Jackson County
tions. Recorded actions, though,
Graduating Dresses and verveheap in price.
For Representative In Congress—F ir-t District.
let the administration prove its
are more impressive than words In
Also new line of Moray silk in black for trimmings, and Black
1891, when it was proposed to select burg was dedicated with appropriate sincerity by promptly deporting parilla has been entirely cured. Hood’s Sar
F.u District Aitom.v—Third D.-tn<r,
a judge for the federal bench from
tor circuit Judge—Third District.
other children.” M rs L. M GiLLEriL r
Oregon, he was induced to write a
H. 11 HEWITT
Our Grocery Department is kept well supplied in all staple lines.
Pills are band made, and perfect
Cor Member Board ot Equalization.
letter to the president recommend S. W Mullan, Roseburg, president; black eye received in fighting the lu Hood's
tube any famine soon in this line, notwithstanding the calam
proportion and appearance. 25c. per box.
i. D. GIBSON
ing the greatest corporation lawyer James Byron, Roseburg, vice-presi Geary law.—S. F. Rulletin.
ity howlers’ tales about the suffering and destitution which exist in aland
Joint Representative Yamhill and Tillamook
in the state—the honorable Joseph dent; S S. Train. Albany, secretary;
where everything is plenty and cheap. But what else caused it to be so?
Itlau’a Inhumanity 1« Himself.
H. G. GUILD
Charles Nickell, Jacksonville, treas
Simon of Portland
in Mr. Harger s grove on the 20th.
! urer; A. S. Fellows, Roseburg.
LOV.V/V RLPUHUCAN TICKET.
that would disgrace the savage, man per Literary exercises and a basket din
As the state campaign progresses These have chosen Colonel Wallace petrates upon his own system by swal ner will be the order of the day
the more evident it becomes that the Baldwin, commander at the. home, lowingdrastic purgatives which convulse
The literary society on lhe hill i
J P. CALBKEATH
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democrats are not in it, even on a and Dr. R. L. Bradley, surgeon. his stomach, agonize his intestines and attracted an unusual crowd last Sat
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Irreparable damage i The site comprises 40 acres and cost weaken his system. Many people con urday evening from the fact that the •
CAL vis TA.. I.Li
was done their cause early in the I$3000, the buildings and fittings stantly do this underthe impression that debate was ou the political issues of
campaign by unwise leadership in
the day. G. D. Vinton upheld the
their action, and particularly cathartics,
chasing after the populists. The is well builded. It is four stories in are of any avail Irreparable injury to republican banner and Rudolf Wen
A. E McKEKN
real fight is between the republicans height, and covers an area of 73x45 health is wrought under this mistaken ger waved the populistic standard.
idea The laxative which most nearly The judges consisted of one of each
approaches the beneficent action of na
Business Men of the country were all monopolies? Has uot the cry been
the U. S. senatorship is the stake. highest point in the building the al ture is Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters, of the leading political parties and
J E. MAGERS
to down all monopolies and business industries?
which is painless but thorough, and in the decision was, as it. shall be next
Populist victory means Sylvester
The ground floor is partitioned until vigorates the intestinal canal instead of June, for the republicans.
Pennoj’er for senator
weakening and irritating it. The liver
. there is every accommodation for and stomach share in the benign disci Several from this neighborhood at
That neither they nor the government required any revenus to
J C. PENNINGTON.
I f the democrats want Captain [ officers’ looms, matron's suite of pline instituted by this comprehensive tended the republican rally at Me- |
sustain them. All it took to run business was a little wind, such as the
medicine, whose healthful influence is
Harris’ place because he has served rooms complete, the officers dining- felt
political demagogues furnished during the campaign.
throughout the system. Malarious, Minnville last Monday evening.
in the office a long time, they ought 1 room, library and reading-room rheumatic, kidney and nervous com The spring work is about com
hurt “ The
C E. BRANSON.
to make other things equal by put Third story and second story are de plaints succumb to it.
ting up a candidate in whose ability voted to sleeping apartments for 100
J B. STILWELL
falls upon all alike. Good business or good political sense would put one
Sterling Blum has the frame up;
coi nt V co u hissionfrs .
and competence the people have as : persons. The grounds and lawns
eternal stop on these destroyers ol business industries and defamers of this
for a flue residence.
C. F DANIELS
much well grounded confidence as are laid out in a half circle, arranged
country and her citizens, and export all the calamity howlers to ome of
School district No. 68 took a week's |
they have in the Captain. That is I with trees and shrubbery, with
those countries they seem to think so much more of than they do of this
recreation, but are now at work with
of printing ballots for
T he Congressional Record. thus re the only wav to knock him out. We walks and lawns, and divided with
government and people. Politics and business are inseparable.
ports a passage in the speech of Dan do not say there is none his equal, a driveway of 20 feet wide, manu the June election. Contract awarded to
Waugh of Indiana in the house;
but the office is one that calls for tal factured of screened gravel taken F, H. Barnhart, being lowest bidder, he Chehalem lad. but now of Fort
to furnish 12,000 white ballotsand 12,000
I want to Bay, here and now, in my ent of a special order. He has not from the bed of the Umpqua river.
ballots as by law required for the i Stevens, visited with his parents
place on this floor, that I would rather log-rolled for the place—in the past
and give bond of $500 for last week.
lie the poseettBorof the pension certificate five years to our personal knowledge
FBO.JI THF. <OFNTV PRESS.
Cy Hinton lost the first joint of
iuHued to the humblest of all Indiana —but he has been k« pt in the office
In matter of petition of W. C. Wolfe one of his fingers while trying to1
soldiers than to be the possessor of the
because he possessed qualifications
highest commission issued in the armies
Postmaster Thompson was some and others for a county road. Report of hold an unruly horse. The rope
viewers and surveyors. Ordered that kinked around the finger and when
of treason and rebellion against my
what astonished Friday morning ou
petition be referred back to the the horse jerked it was amputated as
country.” [Applause on the republican
entering the post office to feel a viewers to make a definite report.
neatly as the surgeons knife could i
T he republican convention which cold draught of air coming from a
in the matter of judges of election in
West Cheiialem precinct. Geo. Vinton have done it.
T he great apostle of lawlessness met in this city Monday to nominate windows. Upon entering the mail
J. S Davis rides to ami from his
appointed in place of Amos Nelson
uud disorder, Governor Pennoyer, a candidate for representative, had room to enquire the cause, he was and I.. W. Harger in place of Andrew business in Newberg in a new buggy.
must have been gratified at an event a singleness of purpose about it that astonished to see the safe door Johnson, to act with Wm. Walker here Some road work is being done.
which occurred in Portland Saturday is not apt to make mistakes. This standing open, the combination lying tofore appointed.
A. S. Myers has completed his
night. He was billed to speak in purpose was to select a candidate upon the floor, and the office furni In the mattei of deed for county road contract of ditching for the Scotch
Albina, and a crowd of his disciples for representative who would in the ture scattered promiscuously. A from W. T. Landingham and others. Or Co. A great deal of line land is im
<iesiring to attend ih<* meeting, fullest degree command the confi hasty examination revealed the fact dered that same be accepted and road proved by this enterprise.
broke open the toll-gate of the steel dence respect and votes of the peo that some one without the fear of opened and declared a public highway.
C hehalis .
bridge, overpowered the keeper and ple. Several excellent names were the Lord or law, and with a In the matter of obstructing wateis
passed over without paying. People canvassed in and out of the conven knowledge of ways that are dark,&c . from their natural courses acrone the
TO STOP THE PROQRESS
of common sense who have listened tion, and the choice fell upon J. T. had effected an entrance by remov farm of B. B. Branson and son. Ordered
that the supervisor of the district cause
j on «ill find but
to his harangues in this campaign
ing a pane of glass from the window tho various streams running across said
are not surprised when such things a high compliment to Mr. Gowdy,
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
With a sledge or hammer he had road from Mill creek bridge west of the
occur. As the Oregonian truthfully
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
In advanced cases,
remarked, it was the legitimate fruit stantial farmer, known as a leading safe and extracted therefrom $126 course in their natural channels till en-1
HELLO, who is it? A new Customer? Well, what
it brings comfort
of his populist and socialist teaching.
tirelv off'the said county road, at which .
can we do for you?
and relief , if you
many years, and a man of excellent
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I>oint said Branson may carry said waters
all the papers, both public and on his own land, but not in the county
too long, it will
Is that WALLACE & WALKER ?
I n the United States senate 26 judgment, he seems to meet the re
private that came within his reach. road till it reaches a point immediately It won’t make new lungs — nothing can:
southern votes put wool on the free
Mr. Thompson’s private funds as north of the B. B. Bransou house, at but it will make diseased ones sound uud
list, while they only represent 21 tive material
healthy, when everything else has failed.
Well send me one of those BROOMS you
well as about $40 the proceeds of which point he may connect with the The scrofulous affection of the lungs that's
jier cent of the flocks of the whole
played in your show window.
ORECON NEWS AND NOTES.
the executors sale of the goods of ditch now made on north side of road caused Consumption, like every other form
country. Two votes from the state
Scrofula, and ever; blood-taint uud dis TO.\M»RIAL PARLORS,
Well, what priced one do you want ?
the late T. C. Stephens, were in the and emptying into Mill creek at the of
order, yields to the • Discovery. ' It is the
The Corvallis ice factory steamed
of Ohio represent ulmost an equal
most effective blood-cleanser, strength-re
Let me see, what do you ask for them ?
and tlesh-builder that , known to lnel-
number as all the southern states, up for business last week.
In the matter of voting places in the storer,
in ail Hrouchiul, Throat, and
Republicans and democrats are sheriff was notified immediately, various precincts. Ordered that in case lcal
exclusive of Texas. The seven Pa
No. A will cost you 30 cents.
Lung Affections, if it ever tails to tienetit For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
but at this time has no clue of the
No. B will cost you 25 cents.
cific states represent a greater per going to canvass Polk county to
of failure to find a place of voting at any or cure, you have your money back.
Cut Give Him a Call.
No. C will cost you 20 cents.
My Baths are new and first class in every re-
cent of the sheep and wool product gether.
of the designated places there shall be a
A perfect and permanent cure for your | spect. Ladies’ Baits and shampooing a special-
No. 4 will cost you 15 cents
The Portlander is a new paper just
place procured as most suitable anywhere : Catarrh—or $500 in cash Tills is promised
of the United States than do all of
ty. I employ none but th Ft-class mtn. Don’t
The wheel on the Toledo is being
Well, you had better send me one of each, as 1 do
the southern states, except Texas,
i forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
not expect to buv brooms so cheap agaiu. How in
made smaller. Mauts & Carter are
yet the Pacific states have but two at Portland by Jo Haynes.
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world can you sell them so cheap ?
votes for protected wool in the Unit The first Baptist church of Port busy doing the iron work necessary W W Bothertons rebate on taxes $ 14 79 i
Well, you see we bought them at a bargain and
ed States senate, while the southern land has a new $10.000 organ, re for the change. They are doing con H I. Heath printing, claimed
HF.PORT OF THF < ONUITION
are giving our customers the benefit.
$75.59, allowed ....................
states have 32 votes, all for free ported to be the finest on the Pacific siderable other work for the boat.
Of the First National Bank at McMinnville, in the
Union Ildw Co supplies
3 15 Stale at Oregon, at the close oi bustuest
Oh. is that the way you do?
Manufactures and Deals in
F. A. Berning commenced work D W Ralston witness lees........
6 00 May «th, 1894.
C. B Irvine, editor of the Salem Thursday on the Odd Fellows cem
10 00 Loans and discounts......................... t 143,&98 29
T he Southern Methodists at their daily Statesman, has been appointed etery. the ground for which that F H Barnhart printing .
Henry Gee atty’s fees............... 75 0J Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
Well, that is what everybody tells me.
recent general conference decided to secretary of the state fair associa order lately purchased of A. P.
U. S. Bonds to secure circnlail<,n
12 5X) im
W C Wolfe supervisors salary
7 50 Stocks securities, etc...............
:'( aa »0;>
can count on me as one of your regular customers after
drop the word South from the name tion, instead of J T. Gregg, resigned. Macy, near his residence. Mr. K P Bird supplies for poor .
27 42 Due from National Banks (not resen e
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
of their organization This does not
Seth Luelling, the pioneer fruit Berning will open up the streets If F Bedwell & Co mdse.
4 50 agents}.................................
bridge the chasm between them and grower of Milwaukie, is lying very and do other necessary’ work about C F Daniels et al coroner’s in
Dae from approved reserve agents
1,91587 they cau be bought anywhere else in
the M. E church proper. In 1845 low He is about 80 years of age the grounds.
quest J Brown.
60 45 Checksandother
Fractional paper currency nickels
Chas Grissen stationery........
7 25 and cent-............................ ..............
when the two sections of the church and quite feeble, so that his recovery
made sets ot harness are pronounced
LAWFUL MONEY KXSLHVC IN BANK, VIZ
Petition has been circulated and City of McMinnville, water lights 13 55
■ I •>> I i I i I i I i 11 i I I I><I I I I>I I I I i i I 4 I I I I I 4 i I I I a ! 4 LI I•I 4 4 I I I I 11 11 I !
agreed to separate and divide effects, is doubtful.
Legal-tendei note: .
U.3.C77 5O unsurpassable by those who buy them
required number of names signed to J B Derby tile.
.. 3 60 Redemption
the southern wing adopted the word
fund with C. S.Treasurer
Senator Wm Stewart, of Nevada
call a special school meeting for the
0 90 (5 per cent of citculationj
south for its special designation. It has. written that he will leave Wash
W. J. CLARK, D.D.S
purpose of bouding this school dis Dr E O Svenson service rendered 68 t'O
was proud of it then. Apparently ington on the 15th inst. for Oregon
Graduate Uulversity ot Mich
trict for $8000 to build a brick school Dorrance Bros lumber
it is no longer proud of an appella to lend his oratory in behalf of pop
slock paid in
is oj.tXsr 00
house, and furnishing the necessary J B Stilwell supt salary........... 57 00 Capital
tion which stands for sectionalism. ulist principles.
00 Undivided profits, le.« expenses and
Has opened an office in Union Block Room 6,
furniture and apparatus for school Jas Bowman corduroy.............. 15
39.356 S3 and is prepared to do ali w ork in the dentai line.
And it is a good sign. But it was
The state treasurer advertises
Jas Minty sheep inspector
8 33 National Bank notes outstanding
Dup to State Banks and bankers . .
2 bOV 6 j
hardly a gracious thing for it to come that he has funds on hand sufficient
T W Smith boarding Runyon and
Individual deposits subject I.< check
43,¿ ’J -i.’ CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
back and appropriate the old name to redeem all outstanding state war The Binger Hermann young men's Koon indigent.......................... 15 75 Demand certificates of deposit
Time certificates of depo-tt
L atest M ethod of P ainless E xtraction
without putting itself in harmony rants, excepting those drawn upon republican club, that was organized Jones & Adams supplies for road 3 15
.« 207,29S 40
with the body that has never gone the military fund.
State of Oregon. County of Yamhill, ss.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
I. W. D. McDonald, Ji , < a .filer i t the above-
back on the simple title or taken on
At Corvallis the ladies have an nicely. New members are joining I N Collard janitor...................... 20 00 named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above
“auxiliary” to the republican club
'OTICE is hereby given mat the umlersigned I
W. D. M c D onalii , Ja . Cashier.
H L Heath printing..................... 9 50 belief.
and hold meetings. Their campaign
5 65 of May, 1891.
' gon, under and by virtue of a writ of execution, ■
W. M. RAMSEY.
er to address the people of Dayton Ed Wood bridge irons..........
E very dollar sent across the sea speeches are said to be very fine, and
Notary Public for Oregon. I dated .April 12th. A. D. IciM, »1 nd on said dav Is- ‘
‘ sued out of the circuit court of the state of Ore- i
C orrect —A ttest :
to purchase the product of foreign of course the music is sure to draw. on the political issues of the day.
j gon for Yamhill county, in that certain suit j
Geo Noe blacksmithing.. ...
J acob W ortman , >
therein pending wherein Thomas T. Notson was i
Wonder if the democratic admin Wm Galloway judge’s salary
ohn W ortman , ¿Directors.
Rowland’s insane asylum report
manufactured articles takes from our
. 71 67 [i s.l J Wx
1 plaintiffaud Ea«*l Mayos and Charles Mayes, i
H oll ,
jninois, Isaac Daugherty. G W. Grayson. F E. '
Jas Fletcher circuit court witness 2 00
own people the possibility of giving for April shows the total number of
I Beach and George Armstrong, were defendants.
upon and to enforce the decree of foreclosure and i
steady employment to those who patients to be 936. Twenty-nine
; sale made In said suit on the 2bth day or March, 1
SHERIFF S SALE
A. D 1894, whereby it was decreed by said court
throng our shores or patiently wait were received during the month and
Come and See Us
that the real property hereafter described besokh
that the ----------------------
for a day s employment. The mar seven were discharged as recovered.
of Yamhill county, Oregon, by vi» plied first to the payment of the costs oi this suit
J C Penningtontreas salary.. . 50 00 tue of as an sheriff
1 A /\ 1\T T Li ' T Ci?
execution issued out of the circuit court and the costs of salé, and tL tbè payme’nt“of‘840 ; I—I I—T\T
kets of the world, of which so many
A young girl at Hood River last had a pair of nice twin colts. Mr.
for Yamhill county,on the attorneys’ fees in aaid suit, and tLat the balance: J___) IJlVlNaJ
\j I 1^.1
17th day of May, A. D. 1S94, upon and to < nforce be applied to the payment of 81>1 45 now due the **----
glowing pictures have been painted week ran into a den of rattlesnakes Gibbons is also the owner of a foot- Burns & Daniels furniture..
' X 1 K J---- r 1
k A M 1 1 _J L _ )
. 14 75 a judgment rendered by «aid court on the 25th plaintiff, together with interest thereon from the !
by free traders of the United States, as they lay basking in the spring
ot September, 1893, in favor of Timothy Good 28th day of March. A. D. 1<94. at the rate of ten
—- ' ' ■ ■■■.......... . ..................... ............
W L Warren sheriff’s fees
.. 666 25 day
rich, plaintiff. an<l again" M W Tallman, de per cent per annum
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are as nothing when compared to the sun rays, and being armed with a but “nary” foot has the swine. Jas. Thos W Perry com’r salary
31 20 fendant, for the *um of Í1483 u'. with intei« ..t at Now therefore, by virtue of said will of execu-
home market our producing millions serviceable club killed ten of the
J J Henderson com’r salary.
20 80 25th day of September, ls93. and the sum uí S j ».75 19thday of May, A. D. 1891. at the hour of one
cost' and an order of sale ot the interest of said o’clock p. m. of said day. at the court house door
find for all of nature's stores. More wrigglers. The Times-Mountaineer has a curiosity in the animal king
defendant. M. W Tallman, in and to the fol- in McMinnville. \ambJl i mint v. Oregon sell Kt
dom. It is a sheep with two tails
............................... $1486 91 lowingreal premises and attached in said action, publie auetion to the highest bidder tor cash in
than $50.000 IWO.UOO worth of goods, is authority for this snake story.
to-witi Lot No. 90in the town of Dayton, in the Land, to satisfy said Judgment, costs and accruing
County of Yamhill, State of Oregon, as shown coats, the following described real property lo-
the product of owu country, find a
J. W Brassfield, of the famous What will not the productive old
upon the duly recorded plat of sai l town now of wit:
ready sale in our owu markets. This Seal Rock summer resort, near Ya-
Don’t sicken people with that bad record in lhe county Recorder's office ot said a
Ya,nt'11 county, state ot Oregon, and '
is larger than all the foreign trade quina, has discovered a large de
breath. Take Simmons Liver Regulator Now therefore by virtue of c.aid writ of execu leading from McMinnville to Willamina in toad
tion and order of sale, I w ill on the 16lh dav of townaf Sheridan and county of Yamhill, at the
(Third Street, between E and F.)
of the world Then why should we posit of black sand, rich in gold, in
to sweeten it.
June, A D. 1894, at the hour of one o’clock p. in. northwest corner of land how owned by Leo
of said day at the court house door in the city of Cosock, and running thence west W feet them e
exchange this safe, sure, excellent front of his property, also a well de Mr. II C. Rowell having declined !
McMinnville, Oregon, sell at public auction to south to low water mark thence east 80 feet:
WEST CHEHAEE31 ITEMS.
phee of finding sale for all we pro fined silver ledge. Hé is • about to the nomination for justice of the;
the highest bidder for cash in hand, said above thence north to the place of beginning and said
described real property to satisfy «aid execution, land being part of the Absolcm k Farlconer do
duce for the indefinite one that no commence extensive mining opera peace for Willamina, Eellevue and
costs and accruing costs.
nation land claim.
May 19th, 18SM.
Dated this the 16th day ot April, A D 1894.
democrat has ever been able to locate tions and is making the necessary Sheridan precincts, Walter Potter
The Sunday schools of Chehalem Dated at McMinnville, Oregon.
W. L. WARREN
" L. WARREN,
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
Sheriff of Y amhill County, Oregon.
has been selected to run in his stead valley’ and hill will unite in a picnic
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