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Real Estate Transfers.
.■’Ic.vtlnnville Produce Jlarket.
Roswell G. Ilorr.
Pres. Brownson of McMinnville college
For weekending May 16th.
Reported by L. E. Walker.
Hon. T. T. Geer of Marion county will
More people than could find comfort-
left for San Francisco Tuesday.
C E Hoskins and wife to B F and
Take Simmons Liver Regulator in
Mary Halladay, forty-one hund-
youth and you will enjoy a green old age. crowded into Garrison’s opera house the following times and places: Lafay-
reths acres part Solomon Heater
Monday evening to listen to the address atte, Tuesday, May 22d at 1:30 p. m.,
Duncan Harris, who is serving Uncle
d 1 c t 3 r 3 ....... ........ . ..............
and at McMinnville at 7:30 p. m.; Sheri
at Fort Canby, is home on a few of Hon. Roswell G. Horr, associate edi
RHODES A. RHODES, Agonta,
dan, Wednesday. May 23d, at 7:30 p. m. John and E Bradley to Nathan
$2 0002 50
Bradley, lots 222, 223 and
Turkeys.............. .................. .. 10c a It>
member of congress from Michigan. Mr. Geer’s special mission will be to re
The Estey, Earbuff and Kimbtll The crowd was so great that some ap ply to the fallacies of Gov. Pennoyer, a
220 alsosw Js of lot 219 Dayton 2000 Ducks.................................... .. $3.5004
organs at C. Grissen’s.
prehension was felt about the sustaining task which be is thoroughly capable of T W Landingham et al to Yambill
Co, roadway 30 ft wide part E C
of the gallery, but a little thin performing to the queen’s taste. Turn
i Veal........... ......................... .. 4@4zMc
for the department officers will be post- ning out and a word of caution against | out and hear him.
J K Wright to Chas K Spaulding,
Seven loaves of bread for 25 cents at I poned until Thursday, May 24th.
Baled hay, timothy..............
applauding with the feet quieted the!
“You Hie old, tuy dear grandma.' the little girl
n half lot 3 blk 13 Hurley &
Painting the town red means headache feeling of nervousness. The stage had
Large’s add to Newberg.........
Sire. F. £. Rogers is visiting her sister,' in the morning. Simmons Liver Reg i- been beautifully decorated by the wide- | As she lay by the fire with Dolly,
awake republican ladies, and a number | ‘‘For as white as the snow are the hairs on your C L aud E M Cox to O & C R R
lator prevents it.
Mrs. Turner, at Sunnyside.
retail market .
Co parcel in Whitesou for depot
prominent republicans from various -
Dr. Brown of Portland, grand medical
1 red Nelson of Corvallis has lieen vis
Yet you always look rosy and Jolly.
Mary A Carman et al to J K
iting at home this week.
examiner, and Judge Daley cf Dallas, parts of the county graced the platform.' “Fray tell me, dear grandma, the reason of this
Wright n half lot 3 blk 13 Hur
The McMinnville band and Lincoln club Why you always look healthy and sprightly,
Clair Irvine of Independence visited I will lie the speakers at the A. O. U. W.
& Large’s add to Newberg .
quartet each outdid its former record in Why you never are pale when you give me a kiss.
picnic at Amity on the 26th.
relatives in the city over Sunday.
Why vou take such long walks morn and Ansel and Mary Savage to N N
supplying music of high order.
You will not hear many brighter
Tibido lots 1, 17 and 18, blk 44
Call at the feed store and look at L.
Sen. P. I’. Gates, chairman of the j
Edwards’ add to Newberg .
L. Walker's bee hives and supplies.
county committee, introduced Mr. Horr. “Tbe reason, my darling,” her grandma replied
Oregon boy, T. T. Geer, who will talk iu
“Is simple, It needs no description.
Many regret to hear of the continued
He is a well conditioned gentleman, I’ve always been well, for I keep by my side
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro
the opera house Tuesday evening.
age, lot 1 blk 44 Edwards’ add to
serious illness of Unde Jeff Nelson.
slightly above medium stature and A bottle of Pierce’s Prescription.”
duce, paying the highest price in cash
the market will justify. He will sell
A young brother of T. B. Kay and Mrweight, gray haired and apparently
E. H. Woodward, editor of the New
All ages, and all conditions of woman John Moore and wife to Ellen Man-
you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
berg Graphic, whs u caller on conven O. P. Coshow died in Salem Monday. J , about sixty years of age. His manner hood will find just the help that woman
den seeds as cheap as any other dealer.
ock, 26 acres part T L Gwinn d
number of the family friends and rela was pleasing aud naturally convincing,
D street south of First National Bank.
needs, iu Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescrip
tives from here attended the funeral.
aud his logic simple, powerful and con- tion. That’s a matter that’s guaran
He also carries a full line of Graham in
If yon really want fine photos with
David F Hollister to Elizabeth Hol
small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
proper lighting go to Hogg, he is not
wheat! eta, etc. Nursery stock a specialty.
lister part lot 4 blk
California since last December, is again vein of humor that would have done medicine costs you nothing—it’s makers
turning out low grade trash.
filling his place in the R eporter family, credit to Mark Twain iu his palmiest
M eadow L ake .—My team will leave
Assessor York expects to complete the Good keeping and generous climate have days. He started in by saying that in don't want your money.
John Bain trustee to W Y Me-
For all derangements, irregularities
McMinnville Mondays, Wednesdays and
field work of his assessment in about two apparently agreed with him.
1892 be visited twenty-two states in i the and weaknesses peculiar to the sex,
Shuck d 1 c 13 r3..
700 Saturdays for Meadow Lake. Special
“The flowers that bloom in the spring” Union, and in all of them he found the “Favorite Prescription” is the only rem
trips when ordered. Round trip $2.
Webfoot fertilizer and land plaster for are not more vigorous than are those factories and workshops running on . full
Parker 40 acres part sec 36 12 r 4 350 Best fishing grounds in Oregon. Fine
gardens at L. E. Walker’s.
persons who purify their blood with time, workmen were employed and I re- If it fails to benefit or cure, you have
health resort. Hotel accommodations
T Smith to Thos E White
Wui. G. Palmer of Portland will soon Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. The fabled Elixer ceiving good wages. New factories i were your money back.
reasonable. Plenty of boats. Board, $1
move back to bis fine ranch in Bellevue Vitae could scarcely impart greater vi springing up everywhere to occupy new
5 per day.
Dr. Sage’s Catarrh Remedy positively
vacity to the countenance than this won-, fields opened by the McKinley law. Re-
R. B. H ibbs .
I cently he had visited fourteen of the
Mr. Snuffer’s school from the Cowls derful medicine.
G W Mitchell and Paleu Clark
Veleraat will Celebrate.
district, two hayrack loads strong, visit
Don’t fail to see the gold wire artist in same states, and iu ail of them he found
In Riconreiied Neasion.
lots 1 and 2 blk 43 Edward’s add
of Yamhill county, in
ed the city school on Friday afternoon.
Snooks’ furniture store. Breastpins
The republican convention of Yamhill
cluding those who served in the Indian
Rev. A. Melvin Williams of Albany with your name on for 25 cents. Brace the reverse of what they were in 1892.
county met at the court house in this Chas F Moore aud wife to Geo W
What has been the cause of so great a
and Mexican wars and the war of the
will preach in tbe C. P. church next lets 50 cents, made in two minutes. See
Mitchell, L interest in blks 1, 2,
in so brief a period? Cleveland city, Monday, May 14th, pursuant to call
rebellion, are hereby requested to assem
Sunday morning and evening at the him at work. Saturday the last day.
of the central committee, to nominate a
and his followers said it was the Sher
ble in McMinnville on July 4th, to par
candidate for representative in place of
Horr made one sure convert from de
berg ......................................... . 600
man law. He convened congress in ex
ticipate in the celebration of our nation
While walking on stilts last Sunday
U S to Edwin S Saling 302.63
tra session, and after nine weeks of delay
al independence. It has been fully and
I red Evenden, aged about eight years, The fellow shook hands with him and and show of incapacity to accomplish ticket. There were present full delega
acres part sec 131 4 r 5............. . Pat
definitely determined by the veterans to
Son of John Evenden, fell and broke an told him so. Several did the same at . legislation, succeeded in repealing the tions from most precincts, a few places R Jacobson and wife to Malinda
celebrate the day in McMinnville this
arm below the elbow.
Butler lots 5 and 6 blk 10 Row
| Sherman law. Conditions have not im- being filled by proxies. The organiza
year, and it is expected that other or
land’s add to McMinnville..
The R eporter and Weekly Inter Ocean
All Indian war veterans are requested proved, prosperity has not returned—af- tion effected at previous meeting was
ganizations of the county and city, and
I W Case to E S W Case, 320 acres
a year for $1.25. Hurry in yoursnbeerip- to meet in McMinnville on Decoration ter all the learned doctors had made a
the citizens generally, will join in the
E. H. Woodward secretary, and the
part Green C Rogers and Mary
day, May 30th, instead of June 1st, the mistake and pulled the wrong tooth.
tion and tell your neighbors.
preparations and the carrying out of a
same as to committees, etc.
Rogers dlct3r 2......................
It was only a step of logic for Mr.
McMinnville got three of the state day for the regular annual meeting.
program appropriate to the great occa
Nominations of favorites being called
C apt . C. A. W allace .
officers of the Woman’s Relief Corps at By order of
Horr to show that the ascension to un
C. A. W allace .
Hon J. W. Cusick, banker, of Albany, restrained power of a party in honor for, A. R. Burbank named J. D. Ladd of
ltoseburg. Eesides those reported last
Pres. Veterans' Asso. of Yamhill Co.
week, Mrs. Emma Galloway was made at one time a lively candidate for treas pledged to destroy the system of protec-
I will not be responsible for any debt
A Popular Kemedy.
urer in the republican ranks, was in the ' tion upon which the prosperity of the Gowdy of Dayton precinct, C. B. La- contracted by H. Schartzer.
and certainty of its
Those who have left orders with Dr. city this week, and heard the great i country has been based for thirty years,
May 18, 1894. M rs . S. J. S bartzer .
cure have made Chamberlain’s Cough
would naturally result in the immediate dan. Wm. Chrisman named Cyrus
f.owe for spectacles should call and get speech by Ex-Congressman Horr.
Smith of Amity.
K rause ’ s H eadache C ap 8U les —War Remedy famous. It is intended espe
them this week, as he will be absent
Fruit growers remember there will be paralysis if not the death of every in
The first ballot showed Gowdy 77, ranted. For sale by Rogers Bros., sole cially for coughs, colds, croup and
from the city all of next week.
a call meeting of the county horticultural
Smith 42, Graves 23, Ladd 10, scattering
whooping cough, and is the most effec
If you have to sell your wheat on the society held here Friday, May 25th, at speakers aud newspapers everywhere 2. Five votes in excess of the number agents, McMinnville.
tual remedy known for these diseases.
4ii-cent basis, you can make up for some 10 a m., to consider the important foretold th e result; the only surprise was of delegates present caused this ballot to
Death of Joliu Bird.
Mr. C B. Main of Union City, Pa., says:
of your loss by getting your grocery sup question of marketing fruit by eo-opera- that it came true so soon. A few facts in be thrown out. A second ballot gave
pioneer, John Bird, died in “I have a great sale of Chamberlain’s
regard to the operation of tariff laws he
C. E. H oskins , Pres.
plies of Millsap Cook.
Gowdy 88, Smith 37, Ladd 6 and Graves Lafayette on the 13th inst., aged 84. The Cough Remedy. I warrant every bottle
If ever a man feels like “a poor worm made clear to the fair and unprejudiced 18.
Messrs. Johnson and Rohr, typoa of
funeral was held on Monday, conducted and have never heard of one failing to
the Oregonian force, visited McMinn of the dust," it is when he suffers from mind.
Mr. Gowdy was declared the nominee by Rev. J. Hoberg, and was under the give entire satisfaction.” 50 cent bottles
1. It creates and builds up home in
ville on bicycles Monday. They came that tired feeling. Ayer’s Sarsaparilla
of the convention, and on motion of G. auspices of the Masonic fraternity. The for sale by S. Iloworth & Co.
removes this discouraging physical con dustries.
by way of Salem.
W. Branson the nomination was made funeral was large, fifty carriages follow
2. Home industries furnish employ
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Bogue left on dition and imparts the thrill of new life ment for our people and at better wages unanimous.
ing deceased to the Henry cemetery.
Monday for Nebraska, where they will and energy to every nerve, tissue, muscle
Mr. Branson requested the privilege of
Tatum, the Quaker temjierance
than they would receive under free trade
probably remain for some time. They and fibre of the whole body.
saving a few words. He wanted to speak Kentucky, April 13th, 1810. At the age evangelist of Denver, Col., will address
in competition with the pauper labor of
I prescribe Simmons Liver Regulator,'
a few words of encouragement in behalf of 21 he moved to Marshall county, Ills., the people on “Intemperance, Liquor
have a daughter residing there.
of the republican party and the ticket as and was married to Nancy Bland. Six and License, Our Nation’s Peril, The
Mrs. Ungerman, F. E. Kogers and
3. Producing our goods at home en-
now completed. “I am with you too'h children were born to them, of whom Home and Saloon and How to Save the
Mr. anil Mrs. E. N. Ford are —Dr. D. W. Atkinson, Siloam, Ark,
■ ables us to keep our money at home and
and toe-nail,” he said, and he urged Robert P., a merchant of Lafayette, is Boys,” at the Christian church, Tuesday
In the habeas corpus proceedings be makes us an independent nation.
at Pendleton this week as delegates
to the grand lodge of Odd Fellows and fore Judge Burnett last Friday, insti-1 4. Protection does not increase the upon every republican the importance of the only one living. Deceased crossed evening, May 22d, at 8 p. m. The
tuted by . E. Martin to obtain custody cost of manufactured goods to the con- doing his duty at the polls this year. the plains with hie family in 1847, and speaker has been twenty years in the
Hon. C. E. Wolverton, of Albany, of his little daughter, the mother of the ' sumer. The speaker said that in every Referring briefly to his own reasons for lived two years at Oregon City. In 1850 service and is a very effectual speaker
was in the city Monday on his way to child won the case. Ati appeal was ■ j instance where an article had lieen pro withdrawing from the ticket, he stated he settled on the donation land claim and worker. All are invited.
Portland. He is the republican candi taken, however, and pending the final tected by ample tariff duty the price had substantially what has already been one mile below Lafayette. He moved to
hio , C itv of T oledo , t
date for supreme judge, and a very hearing the girl is in the hands of Sheriff gone downward instead of upward. He published in these columns. He had town in 1864, and engaged in the hard S tate or L O ucas
C ounty ,
taken the course out of a sense of duty, ware business. The republicans elected
specified a number of articles, and then
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
Professor II. Bettman and Mrs. Even-1 defied any free trader to mention an ar against the counsel of his friends. He
The committee appointed by the fire
was reelected for three terms. Political the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
company to purchase furniture and den assisted by Professor Konrad, vio ticle of manufacture protected for four contradicted the report set afloat by
ly, he was first a Whig, and afterwards a Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
carpets for the city hall have let the loncellist, and Mr. F. Boyer, (of Boyer years on which the price had not gone some of the opposition, by saying that
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
most loyal republican. His wife died in
contract to Burns & Daniels. The new Glee Club, Portland,) will give a concert downwatd. This portion of his argument
and that said firm will pay the sum of
1882. Alter living a number of years
in the opera house, Friday evening. was convincing to a great nianv demo urged him to resign.
supplies will cost about $150.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
The marshal of Lafayette arrested a May 25th. Part of the proceeds for the cratic minds already pretty thoroughly i
A Tboughttul Person
derman, who died in 1890. Mr. Bird’s
man named Oleson the first of the week, benefit of the firemen. Seats 50 and 25 self-converted to the tariff policy by the consults his best interests by having a death occurred just four years to the day be cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh
logic of recent events.
F rank J. C beney .
thinking he was the murderer wanted in
box of Krause’s Headache Capsules at after that of his second wife. He was a Cure.
The populist doctrine of finance was
and subscribed in
Washington county, but Sheriff Ford usual.
band; taken as directed will prevent or member of the M. E. church from his
Charley McKinney is the republican gone over and the fallacy of flat money stop any kind of a headache, no matter
my presence, this 6th day of December,
came up and decided he was not the
youth, aud was one of the original trus
nominee lor justice in this district. He idea shown up. Money, ho claimed, was what the cause, in fact if your skull was
A. D. 1886.
A. W. G leason ,
tees of the church at Lafayette. He had
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, Miss is well calculated to fill the office. Much a thing in itself of material value, cracked it would prevent pain. 25 cts. been a Mason since 1359, and was
an I SEAL. |
Nora Cooper and Charles Nelson left on of his experience, notably his service ns adopted by universal agreement to be per box. For sale by Rogers Bros., sole honest, truthful and upright man.
'"’i^alay to attend the assembly of the deputy clerk for a couple of years, has used as a medium of exchange and meas agents, McMinnville.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internal
UuuR^tu.nd Presbyterian church, which been in the line of qualifying him for ure of values of other articles. The only
BICYCLE HIDE RS,
ly and acts directly on the blood and
Decoration Day Observance.
convened in Eugene yesterday. The the duties of a justice. Both nominees good paper money was a promise of some I
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
following program has been pre Are your eye» open? Are rou keeping tor testimonials, free.
Oregon synod of this church will be held
sbr ast of the times? Are you aware of
pay in something else of value. France pared by the committee of arrangements the
going to be any scrub race.
at Woodburn on the 26th inst.
feet that cemented tires have gone with
F. J. CHENEY A CO.,Toledo, 0.
the “ordinary” aud the
for decoration day, May 30th, exercises
The public school graduation exer
The reason you have heard no com
solid aud cushion tires? fW’Sold by druggists, 75c.
Are you aware also that
plaint from the college students alsjut cises will he held on the last day of May money, by yielding to the ever increas to lie held at opera house:
the “Rambier” clincher
Salutation of the flag, by school
Licenses to tlnrrr.
I ward this year is because they buy their and first day of June, afternoons ar.d ing demand for more money. The re
tires are being purchased
aud use i by the leading
supplies at Weed’s grocery and get tirBt- evenings of lioth days, at the opera sult was a collapse in which the people children.
makers of the world? That
aged 27, to Annie Gran-
Prayer, by Rev. Hoberg, chaplain.
the “Rambler” is the light
cliiss goods. Give them a call and be house. Two days are required to give all sustained the entire lose.
on the 14th inst. Both of
est, strongest, fastest and
I Song, by Columbus school.
a chance. The graduating class are all
handsomest bicycle made McMinnville.
convinced they do fair by all.
ftwpn earth ? Thut It received
Drill, by Cook school.
; five awards at the world's
Granville Everest, aged 21, to Minnie
T. D Henderson of the road district from the grammar grade, and at least
J.air? Examine the teu
north of town is getting the highways in
leading points that are on Groff, aged 19, on the 12th inst. Both of
Recitation, by Ina Cooper.
chamber of commerce met at city hall on
no other machine but the Newberg.
his jurisdiction in good condition. He rendered will be very entertaining.
"KaniuiSr” and you are
Song, by Cook school.
lias found it necessary to make two as
Give your pet dogs and cats Simmons
tires from $45 to
Drill, by Columbus school.
sessments besides the day’s work for Liver Regulator, when sick—it will cure dent, Mr. A. J. Appersou was called to
$85. “Rambler * roadsters. >85 to $90. Light
” (24, 25 and 27
every $1,WO worth of property owned. them.
pounds), $125. (Eastern list n rices: no hl th
list with a big discount.) Catalogues aud When Baby was sick, we gave her Cartori*,
The legality of a second assessment may
The committee that has been at work
The schools and all orders joiuiug in circular free for the askiug. We want live When she was a Child, she cried tor Castoria,
l>e contested in the courts. The district soliciting subscriptions for a Fourth of of the meeting was consideration of the
agents and dealers everywhere in Oregon,
report of Major Post to the engineering the parade are requested to be at the Washington and Idaho. Write us at once. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
is a very large one.
F bed . T. M ekicill C ycle C o .,
July celebration, report good success, department at Washington. The report intersection of Third and D btreets
327 Washington street, Portland, Or.
When she bad Children, she gave them Cantoris.
A grave question confronts the coun something near two hundred dollars
Wholesale and retail representatives P«.
try in the treatment of the so-called “in having been raised and the field not en
cession will be formed by the marshals Guarantees made good iu Portland.
dustrial” armies, but pending its settle tirely gone over. The celebration is do conversant with the river, was, that Ma
in the following order: Company B,
ment you will make no mistake if you longer in question, the size of it being jor Post’s opinions and objections were
The Salvation Army opened meetings
G. A. R., I. W. V., Sons of Veterans,
buy your bakery and confectionery sup the only thing undetermined. That it
Lowest prices on stationery aud music I
the old Apperson stand the first of the
at C. Griesen's.
plies of Will Kuns. A choice lot of or will be of generous proportions, however, against the real interests at stake.
On motion of Mr. Hodson a committee kindergarten, etc. Line of march will
anges going very cheap.
of five, including the chairman, was ap extend from place of forming procession
Dr. Minty has left a sample of wool at
The effects of the frost the fore part of pointed to investigate the matter, obtain down north side of Third street to A, are working in harmony with them. at this office.
this office which measures nineteen last week were not as disastrous to
Those who are behind with their taxes
full information from Washington and thence across to south side of Third, They make music—or try to—with a
inches in length. It is from an imported fruit prospects as many feared. It varies
report to the chamber of commerce at an thence east to opera house. Union tenor horn, tambourine and basts drum, had better call and settle before the 20th
yearling Cotswold owned by John Red according to locality. Prunes appear to
of the month, or costs will be added
early date. Appointed as committee, O. services will be held at the opera house besides singing.
mond. Notwithstanding its great length have suffered most and will be a short
after that time.
W. L. W arren ,
O. Hodson, Wyatt Harris, E. Wright, A. Sunday, May 27th. All are cordially in
the wool is of very fine texture. The crop. Cherry trees in this locality seem J. Apperson and C. Grissen.
vited to attend. The I. W. V., G. A. R.,
While Mr.T.J. Richey, of Altona, Mo.,
fleece of the sheep weighed 18J£ pounds. to be well laden still. Apples are not
Co. B and Sons of Veterans are each re
When you want anything in the jew
C. G rissen ,
was traveling in Kansas he was taken
Fruitgrowers who are alive to their perceptibly injured, and some varieties
quested to attend iu a body.
elry line remember Wm. F. Dielschnei-
Sec. pro tem.
violently ill with cholera morbus. He
interests, will lose no time before de of pears are all right while others have
called at a drugstore to get some medi der. He competes for quality and quan
Of all the remedies that have ever cine, and the druggist recommended tity.
stroying tbe webs of tbe tent caterpillar, suffered more or lees.
J. P. Irvine wants to know who it is
which are more numerous than usual
Prof. W. J. Spillman, late of the state that can sell groceries cheaper than he come under our notice, claiming to cure Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Dia
The Estey, Earhuff and Kimball or
this spring. A torch applied in the early normal of Monmouth, visited at the can for net cash. Below we give you a headache from whatever cause, we take rrhoea Remedy so highly he concluded to gans at C. Griesen's.
pleasure in saying that we know of none try it. The result was immediate relief,
morning when the dew is on or hand home of his sister, Mrs. J. C. Cooper, few of our cash prices:
Leave your order for a good, fat chick
and a few doses cured him completely.
picking in a tin pan are approved meth this week. As is pretty generally known, Arbuckle’s or Big 4 Coffee per pkg . 25c that in our estimation it is us beneficial It is made for bowel complaint and noth en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street
ods. In many cases webs are not yet he has accepted a call to the chair of Best Costa Rica green Coffee 4}^ lb $1 00 for the quick and permanent cure of the ing else. It never faits. For sale by S. market.
formed, and the worms may be found by agriculture in the Washington state ag 17 lbs Granulated Sugar for----- ... $1 Ou above complaint as Krause’s Headache Iloworth & Co.
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real
Capsules which are manufactured by the
hundreds upon leaves where they have ricultural college at Pullman, with liber 18 lbs Extra C Sugar for
Notice to Contractors.
Estate Mortgages, etc., always on sale at
just hatched. Eternal vigilance is fast al salary. His first duty is to visit the 16 lbs best Rice for.................... ....$100
Sealed bids will be received until 4 p. this office.
becoming the price of fruit in Oregon.
agricultural experiment stations of Kan Pickles per keg........................... .... 90 Lichty, of Des Moines, Iowa. Krause’s m., May 23d, 1894, by the board of school
Successful applicants at the teacher’s sas, Missouri and Wisconsin, to investi Syrup, best jackets.................... ....$2 25 Headache Capsules are guaranteed to directors of district No. 16, North Yam done at this office are always assured of
cure headache from whatever cause, and
public examination for May, 1894, in gate plans of work and methods of study, Syrup in kegs.............................
we cheerfully advise those of the retail hill, Oregon, for the erection and com satisfaction. Good selection of type and
Yamhill county, were: Misses Clara and each year he will devote three months Coal oil per can......................... ....$105
trade who have never kept the above pletion of a new school building. Plans cuts, prompt and accurate work and
Irvine, Marian Sully, Hallie Pope. to similar work. He left for the east on Coal oil, fill jacket..................... .... 75
valuable goods in stock, to order a sup and specifications may be seen at J. A. prices to suit the timeB. Call in.
Claudine Clark, Flora Henderson, L. S. Tuesday.
Can corn per can........................ .... 10
ply at once from their wholesale drug Brisbine’s drug store, North Yamhill, or
D. A. Smith, the watchmaker and
Fellows, Carrie Schenk, Mr. Alfred Snuf
Our extremely virtuous mud-eating Tomatoes per can 10c, 3 for .... .... 25
at the office of Chas. H. Burgraf, arch jeweler, carries a good line of clocks,
fer, McMinnville; Misses Jessie Palmer, cotemporary finds scope for its greatest
No credit in the above prices. That is
itect, Salem. The board reserves the watches, jewelry and silverware, at
—[The Druggists Record, Baltimore.
Libbie Morris, Anna Shearer, Florence abilities in attacking the musical quartet cash down.
right to reject any or all bids.
reasonable figures. He makes a specialty
Cook, Newberg; Emma Crumb, Sheri of Lincoln republican cluh. It was very
of repairing fine watches.
dan; Mrs. M. A Halladay, Springbrook; wicked and bad of them to make light of
A Dairyman'« Opinion.
The bicyclists are constructing a quar-
People who are drinking Standard
Miss Zellia Harty, Amity; Mr. J. W the democratic and populistic brethren,
There is nothing I have ever used for
ter-mile track on tbe Martin land on
R. L. Harris of Dayton was elected
sun-dried tea are enjoying sweet and
Pixley, Newberg; Mr. Edwes Cary, La who are in no condition to comprehend, muscular rheumatism that gives me as
grand patriarch at the meeting of the
fayette; Mr. R. V. Jackson, L. H. De much less appreciate, a little good-natured much relief as Chamberlain’s Pain Balm
ready for fourth of July races, when restful sleep, and get up feelingas bright
grand lodge of Oddfellows at Pendleton.
Ford, Miss Luey DeFord, Dayton; Mr. fun. If they could sing themselves they does. I have been using it for about two
fifty wheelmen from Portland are ex- and fresh as a June morning. Irvine 1
M. Wacher and Miss Annie Granstrom pected to visit McMinnville. A ball sells it.
W. M. Fryer, North Yamhill. There might retaliate in kind, but the demo years—four bottles in all—as occasion re
There will be a grand 3-day picnic and
were two applicants for state diplomas, crats and populists are just now in an quired, and always keep a bottle of it in were married in thia city by Justice ground is also being prepared.
viz: A. M. Sanders of McMinnville and interesting attitude, resembling a very my home. I believe I know a good thing Rhodes on the 14th. They will live in I Sunday’s Oregonian contains a dis- Independence celebration at Meadow i
Lake, July 3d, 4th and 5th. Program!
Miss Joseie Shearer of Newberg.
large toad being swallowed by a very when I get holt of it, and Pain Balm is Willamina.
patch from The Dalles saying Dan Ma-
Sam Yick, a rather popular Chinaman lonev and Chas. Snelling had been ar will be announced later.
When the hair begins to fail out or
turn gray, the scalp needs doctoring, and being entitled to the utmost sympathy. W. B. Denny, dairyman, New Lexing who left here for his native country two rested for stealing two horses belonging TXT ANTED—Pushing Canvasser of good ad-
we know of no better specific than Hall’s • No levity should be tolerated while this ton, Ohio. 50 cent bottles for sale by S. or three years ago, has returned with his I to Mr. Doyle. Maloney claimed he pur- V ’ dress. Liberal salary and expenses paid '
weekly. Permanent position. BROWN BROS.
Howorth & Co.
I family and is now in Portland.
I chased the horses from the Indians.
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer.
is going on.
CO., Nurserymen, Portland, Oregon.
Why Don't you Use One of those
A ssets $24, 000,000.
On which to haul your
JONES <£• ADAMS’
Sawmill or Lumber Yard
For the House you are going to build ?
And as you pass their Store
stop and get your
H ardware , S ash ,
D oors , P aints , E tc
You can have your house completed in time to
cut your hay with a Woods Tubular Steel Mower,
and then if you use the “Minnie” Binder you
will be happy. Call and examine our Stock.
JONES & ADAMS, 3d St., McMinnville
14-incli Plows, $12.50
Lawn Mowers, 4.50
Everything Else in Proportion
A Large, Handsome and Varied Line of
BEST PAINTS ON THE MARKET
THE P. F». P.
AT WEED’S GROCERY
e lbs Two-Crown Raisins, 28 Cents.
Lion Coffee 28c per Package.
Best Green Costa Rica Coffee 28c per lb.
We can sell goods cheaper than any house in town for cash
We pay highest market price for ail farm produce.
iooo Bush. Burbank Potatoes
Wanted at Highest market Price.
C. M. WEED, AT
Our Spring and Summer Stock
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
In spite of the hard times, we have purchased
a Better and Larger Stock than usual, direct
from the Manufacturers, at low figures, and we
propose giving the benefit to our customers.
Our stock consists of
A ll F irst C lass G oods
And Prices According to the Times.
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