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Are now receiving their New Stock of Spring Goods, and have reduced
the price on all goods on hand, so will sell good, stylish
CLOTHING AT HARD TIMES PRICES!
Look at those--------------------
FINE, LIFE-SIZE CRAYON PICTURES
In their show w indow , which are given aw ay
With Every $25 Worth of Goods Bought ¿it Their Store.
Call and get particulars. Don’t fail to see our NEW SPRING STOCK, and
Get Prices Before Buying.
KAY & TODD, THIRD STREET, MCMINNVILLE.
Notice of Sheriffs Sale.
Are tell-tale symptoms that your blood,
is nut right —fallof uni,unties, causing
a slngyisti and unsightly complexion. \
A tew bottles of S. S. ti. will remove,
all foreign and impure matter, cleanse'
the blood thoroughly, and give a clear'
and rosy complexion. It u most effect
ual, and entirely harmless.
To be torn off by the Chairman.
To be torn off by the First Clerk.
Official Ballot for North Sheridan Precinct, Yamhill County, June 4, 1894
Chas Heaton, 73 Laurel Street, Phila., says:
"1 have had for years a humor in my blood,
which made me dread to shave, as small boils or
pimples would be cut, thus causing shaving to
be a great annoyam A Iti r taking three bottles
my fare is ill clear and smooth as
•Cjkyk.'jl it h .<ii i r. ij.petite splendid,
" sleep well and feel hke running a
foot race all tor the use of S. S S.
Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Cancel, Cross or Mark Out the Names of Candidates Not Voted For
STATE AND DISTRICT."
For CONGRESS, First District. Vote for ONE.
of Douglas Co
JOHN D. HURST,
of Marion Co....
of Marion Co.................... Peoples.
J. K. WEATHERFORD,
of Linn Co........ Democratic.
For SUPERINTENDENT OFl
r-,,, fn„ nvj?
1 ote >01
HIRTY yeart,’ observation of Caetoria with tho patrona^n
million, of persons, permit oa to .peak of it without guessing.
It is unqnestionahly the best remedy/or Jufant. anil Children
the world ha. ever known.
givos them health.
HELEN D. HARFORD,
of Yamhill Co
G. M. IRWIN,
ofUnion Co .......................... Republican.
T. C. JORY,
of Marion Co....................................... Peoples
D. V. S. REID,
of Lane Co............................ Democratic.
for Infants and Children.
It i. hai-mle»»._ Children like it. It
It will save their lives.
In it Mothers have
something which is ahsolntely safe and practically perfect as a
Castoria destroys Worms.
Castoria allays Feverishness.
For GOVERNOR.______________ Vote for ONE.
16 WM. GALLOWAY,
17 JAMES KENNEDY
j 8 WM. P. LORD,
19 NATHAN PIERCE,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY.
A. S. BENNETT,
of Wasco Co....................... Democratic.
R. P. BOISE,
T. P. HACKLEMAN,
of Linn Co................ Prohibition.
CHARLES E. WOLVERTON, of Linn Co Republican.
HARRISON R. KINCAID,
of Lane Co.... Republican.
of Multnomah Co............. Prohibition.
of Jackson Co
of Jackson Co..................... Peoples.
For STATE TREASURER.
Quicker to Omaha and
Pullman and Tourist Sleepers,
Free Reclining Chair Cars,
Vote for ONE.
C. J. BRIGHT,
of Sherman Co........................ Prohibition
W. H. HOLMES,
of Marion Co..................... Democratic.
CICERO M. IDLEMAN,
of Multnomah Co. Republican.
of Baker Co............................ Peoples.
H. H, H CLARK
OLIVER W. MINK.
E ELLERY ANDERSON,J
For Rates or general information call on or ad
W. II 111 RLBl HT,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
251 Washington St..Cor. 3d. PORTLAND, OR.
Vote for ONE.
of Lane Co..................
R. P. CALDWELL,
of Marion Co................ Democratic.
T. L. DAVIDSON,
of Grant Co....
ISAAC N. RICHARDSON,
of Umatilla Co. Prohibition.
go and the East.
J. F. CALBREATH,
W. R. DERBY,
C. E. HOSKINS,
J. C. NELSON,
The Shasta Route
of Yamhill Co...
Express Trains Leavo Portland Daily
Portland.......... <1:15 P M I San Francisco..10:45 A M
Run Francisco.":«) P M I Portland............8:20 AM
Above trains stop at all stations from Portland to
Albany inclusive. Also Tangent. Shedds. Hal
s«y, Harrisburg, Junctiou City, Irving. Eugene
and all stations from Roseburg to Ashland inclu
Hoseburg Mail Daily.
Portland..........5 SO A M I Roseburg......... 5:50 P M
..7:00 AM I Portland......... 4.30 PM
A. M. BRAY,
of Yamhill Co... ..............
J. T. GOWDY,
M. E. JOHNSON,
D. A. SNYDER,
CALVIN STANLEY, “
L. C. THOMPSON,
Vote for ONE.
For COUNTY JUDGE.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
Vote for TWO.
For REPRESENTA TI VE.
B. B. BRANSON,
of Yamhill Co. .......................Peoples.
J. E. MAGERS,
W. M. RAMSEY,
J. H. TOWNSEND,
SECOND CLASSSLEEPING CARS,
Attached to all Through Trains.
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
Ar I 5:3-5 P M
Lv | 3:01 P M
Lv I 1:00 P M
8:25 A M
5:58 A M
5:50 A M
Through Tickets to all points in Eastern
States. Canada and Europe can be obtained at
lowest rates from G. A Wilcox. Agent, McMinn
E. P. ROGERS.
Asst. G. F. A P. A., Portland. Or.
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
Barrisr—Services Sunday 11 a in. and
7 :SU p. m ; Snnday school 9.50 a m.; the
young people’s sooietv 6:15p tu
meeting Thursday 7 30 p. m. Covenant
meeting first Sat each month 2:00 p. m.
C has . L. B onham , Pastor.
M ethodist E piscopal —Services every
Sabbath 11 00 a. m and 7 30 p. tu. Sunday
school 9.30 a nt. Prayer meeting 7:00 p
m. Thursday. 8 E. M eminoer . Pastor.
C tmb . P resbyterian - Services every Sab
bath 11:00 a tu and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. in. Y P. C. E.. Sunday 6:30
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7 30 p. ru.
W H. J ones Pastor
C hristian —Services every Sabbath 11:00
a in and 7 30 p. tn. Sunday school 10
a nt. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m.
H. A. D enton , Pastor.
S t . J ambs C atholic —First st., between
G and H. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Ves
pers 7 :30. Services once a month
W. R. H ogan , Pastor.
K nowles C hapter N o . 12. O. E S—Meets a
Masonic ball the flrat and third Munday evening
In each mouth Visiting members cordiallv in
MRS. O. O HODSON, Sec.
MRS H. L. HEATH. W. M.
C lttib P ost N o . 9—Meets the second and fourth
Saturday of each month in Vuion hall at 7:30
f m on second Saturday and at 10:30 a. m. on
4ch Saturday All members of the order are
cordially invited to attend our meetings.
B. F C lcbine , Commander.
J. A. P eckham , Adjt.
W. C T. U.—Meets on every Fri
day, in Wright’s hall at 3 o'clock p m.
" hitmore .
Vote forONE. _
of Polk Co.........
of Linn Co .
of Yamhill Co.................
For PROSE CUTING ATTORNE V._VoteJor (J NF
C. H. DALRYMPLE,
of Linn Co.......................... Peoples.
of Yamhill Co.....................Republican.
L. H. MONTANYE,
of Linn Co.................... Democratic.
E. P. MORCOM,
of Marion Co........................ Prohibition.
Castoria relievos Teething Trouhlos.
Castoria cures Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria neutralise» the efforts of carbonic acid gas or poHonons air.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
giving healthy and natural sleep.
Castoria is put up in one-suo hotties only. It is not sold in bulk.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE.
See that you get C-A-S-T4)»R-I-A.
For MEMBERSTATE BOARDl
I lof« /or UV/
51 S. D. GIBSON,
of Polk Co................................Republican.
52 W. F. GILKEY, of Yamhill Co........................ Democratic.
53 J. P. ROBERTSON,
of Marion Co ...................... Peoples.
For JOI AT REPRESENTA-l
TIVE, Yamhill Tillamook CoS Vote for ONE.
J. W. DYER,
of Tillamook Co............................... Peoples.
H. G. GUILD,
of Yamhill Co
E. E. SELPH,
of Tillamook Co
MOSES VOTAW, of Yamhill Co
Vote for ONE.
of Yamhill Co .... ........
85 CHAS. BENEDICT,
86 A. P. MACY,
87 J. C. PENNINGTON,
83 HIRAM RUMMEL,
For COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
E. B. COLLARD,
J. C. McCREA,
C. A. WALLACE,
Vote for ONE.
of Yamhill Co................. Democratic
Vote for ONE.
J. W. BONES,
of Yamhill Co............................ Republican.
H. D. PONNAY,
C. T. SALING,
J. W. WHEELER,
For SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT.
Vote for ONE.
97 DELLE C. H. COX^
of Yamhill Co. ......... Prohibition.
98 E. B. JAMISON,
99 J. T. PATTERSON,
too J. B. STILWELL,
B. S. CLARK,
< m Yamhill Co ............................. Peoples.
For SUR VEYOR.
M. C. HEWITT.
of Yamhill Co
A. E. McKERN,
Republican. C E. BRANSON,
102 B. E. HARRIS,
103 F. A. LASHER,
104 GEO. W. MITCHELL,
Vote for ONE.
Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
7:16 P M Lv
7:25 P M Ar
44 JOHN J. DALY,
45 H. H. HEWITT,
46 SAM R. STOTT,
At Albany and Corvallis connect wi*h
trains of Oregon Pacific Railroad,
-»•in p m ’ Lv
Vote for ONE.
For COUNTY CLERK.
¡West Side Division.
PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS
7:30 A SI I Tv
10:15 A M I Lv
12:15 P M I Ar
Castoria cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colio.
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
For CIRCUIT JUDGE.
Vote for ONE.
J 'or STATE SENATOR.
EAST AND SOUTH
W. H. LEEDS,
of Jackson Co............
JAS. H. McKIBBEN,
of Multnomah Co.. . Prohibition.
of Multnomah Co............. Democratic.
GEO. M . ORTON,
of Multnomah Co .................. Peoples,
is en every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
J piiifa Tlio Quickest to Chica-
Vote for ONE. _
For s EC liP /. 11: 1 ■ OF STATE.
Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd.
__ IWe for
that it is^just as good " and “ will answer every purpose."
For STATE PRINTER.
/’or SUPREME JUDGE.______ Vote forjONE.^
3 1 2
of Yamhill Co
of Multnomah Co
Marien Co... ................. Republican.
of Umatilla Co........................ Peoples.
W. L. ARNOLD,
of Yamhill Co..................... Prohibition.
W. G. HENDERSON,
J- W. HENRY,
T. L. VAN ORSDOL,
For RECORDER OF CONVEYANCES.
Vote fur ONE.
J. M. DIXON,
of Yamhill Co..............
F. L. HARFORD,
. .................... .Prohibition.
L. L. HEWITT,
W. G. BUSBEE,
A. C. COX,
C. F. DANIELS,
I. E. FENTON,
Vote for ONE.
Vote for ONE.
of Yamhill Co.......................... Peoples
For Stock Running at Large,............................ YES.
For Stock Running at Large,..................... .....NO.
NORTH SHERIDAN PRECINCT
For JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. First District.
Vote for ONE.
in A. GWINN,
of Yamhill Co....................................Peoples.
112 W. E. POTTER,
113 J. T. SIMPSON,
Philadelphia is going to give the
world an excellent object lesson in
sewer building. They are building a
large sewer on piles, and if they suc
ceed in their undertaking, which is
to cost one and a half million dollars,
they will have done a great deal to
ward solving a very difficult prob
lem. This new sewer runs along the
bed of the Aramingo canal, which is
too soft to hold the great weight.
To get over this difficulty piles of
yellow pine twelve inches square are
to be driven down to rock bottom
about three feet apart. At the top
of them a heavy plank floor will be
placed, and on this a nine foot sewer
For CONSTABLE, First District.
114 T. J. ALDERDYCE,
115 A. J. BEWLEY,
116 L. De LASHMUTT,
undertook, during the past year, an
investigation of the much disputed
question as to whether the extraction
of resin from the southern pine af
fected the timber in any way. In
the recently published annual re
port of the division for 1892 it is an
nounced as the result of thorough
and mechanical tests that “it can be
stated with absolute assurance that
the prejudice entertained by archi
tects and builders against bled
timber is without basis. We may
then consign to the rubbish heap of
Incidental to a series of tests of baseless theory this belief, which
comparative strength of American has caused much annoyance to the
timber woods, the division of forestry southern lumber trade, and consider
will be built. The undertaking has
deen discussed by engineers through
out the state, and opinions differ
very much as to the result of the
undertaking, which in several feat-
uers appears to be daring in the ex
treme. In this age of engineering
advancement it is absurd to say that
anything is impossible, and the men
in charge of thia singular work are
likely to be able to convince the
world that after all there is some
thing new under the sun.
Vote for ONE.
of Yamhill Co
able loss in money and valuable ma
terial'’ This the division of forestry
considers to be the most important
result of its year s work, for which,
indeed, our country may well be
grateful, since we are assured that
an income of at least two million
dollars in the market value of the
timber in question is the commercial
aspect of the achievement.
All Indian war veterans are requested
to meet in McMinnville on Decoration
day, May 30th, instead of June 1st, the
day for the regular annual meeting.
By order of
C apt . C. A. W auacs .
Notice is hereby given that the under«
signed, as aherit! of Yamhill county, state
I of Oregon, by virtue of a writ of execution
issued out ot the circuit court of the stale
of Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, on
the 17thday of April. A 1». IslH, upon and
to enforce that certain judgment rendered
by said court on the 2Mh day of March,
A P. 1S$M. in favor of L u \ioriis«»n, de
pendant. ami ai'ainst J. W. Morrison,
plaintiff', for the >iini <»i ’
est thereon at the rate of eight per cent p» r
annum from theJKlhdayoi March. A P.
1894,and fl5G.95t-o* t- .ami for accruing* osts;
ami whereas, on the _’7tli day of \pril, A
P 1X94, by virtue of said writ of ex<*< nlion
i levied upon the hereinafter described real
pr<»p«’ity of said defendant J \V xorri-on
tosatisiv said judgment and costs <»t sale;
Now therefore, by virtue of said writ of
execution, 1 will, on Saturday, the 9lhdav
of June, A. P 1X94, at the hour of one
o'clock p. m. of said day, sell at public
auction, at the court hoUM* door in McMinn
ville, Yamhill county, Oregon, to the high
est bidder for cash in hand, to satisfy said
judgment ami accruing costs, the following
described real property, to-wit:
All of the right, title ami interest of *-aid
J. W. Morrison in ami to the real property
situate in \ a^ihill county, Oregon, ami
described as follows : < 'oinmem ing at the
southeast corner of th<* Il D Martin do
nation land claim No. 37, Notification 143.**
it being three chains south xn <legn*<- and
15 minutes west of the angle corner on the
north line of Claim No. 40, in Hec. 5, T. 5
S. K. 4 \V ; thence south xo degrees and
15 minutes west 26.63 chains; thence north
1 50chains to the center of South Yamhill
river, thence down the center of the main
channel of the South Yamhill rive- to the
place where the north ami south line of the
said 11. P Martin claim crosses the said
South Yamhill river; theme south with
said line 6.45 < hams to the place of begin
ning, containing 26.75 acn s more or less, in
Yamhill eountv, stateof Oregon.
Pated at AleMinnville Oregon, this 2d
• lav of May, A. P, l^M
\V. L. WAKREN.
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Oregon.
lVrOTICE is hereliy giV4:n thut Ibe under-iznud
-i’ us shuritt «»I Yiuiiiiili « <• ini
lalv <•! On
gon, by virtue of a writ of execution issu<*<] out
of the circuit court ot ’said Yainhiii county, iu
that certain suit wherein 1. B V. Nash was plain
titl and W. T. Shurtletf, Alie« o Shurtlett and
Robert L. Stow were defendants, and to enforce
the derr«*e of foretdosure and sale nmde by *ni«i
court in Maid suit decreeing tii.il said pbmui!l re
cover li<»in the defendant W. T. Sburtleii, in
United States gold coin, it.e sum of $723 30 w ith
interest on said sum at the rale of eight p*i runt
¡»er annum from liir 27th day of March, 1W4, him !
the further sum of
as «Horneys’ trvs und
costs and disbursement- taxed ai $54.20, sni«i de
cree Inning been given on the 27ih day uf March.
1X94, and ordering the sale of the hureinatter de-
scril»ed real j»inpert\, to wit:
All of block No. Nine (9) of Johns’ addition to
the town of McMinnviLr, Yamhill county, state
of Oregon, as shown by the duly recorded plat of
said addition to sui 1 tov. n, saving ami excepting
lots 7 and of • aid blin k, said writ of execution
being dated April 4fh, 1?'4, und to enforce said
writ and by virtue ihereof, i will on Saturday,
the 2d day ot June, 1894, at one o’clock i> in. uf
said day. at the court house door in McMinnville,
in said county and state, sell at public am tion to
the highest bidder lot cash in I.’.
gold coin, all
of the real proiieriy above described, excepting
sai<i lots? and 8ol said hiock nine of said addi
tion to said town, and that said sale will be made
to obtain funds w ith w hich to pay and satisfy
said several sums of money with costs and ac-
Puled April 28th, 1X94.
W. L. WARREN.
Sheriff of said Yamhill (Munty.
Only thirty-five million
of forest now remain in
Says the Washington correspond
and at the pres
ent of the Lincoln, Neb., State Jour
nal-. “I was talking to Senator Jones
will sweep this away.
of Nevada yesterday on the subject
of the growth of great fortunes.
‘There is one and only one sure wav
We rarely look for philosophy like
to get rich,’said the senator, ‘and
that is to buy wliut is called outside the following from the Salem Inde
real estate and to hang on to it until pendent during a hot political cam
Many a man is rich with
it becomes inside property. The paign:
greatest fortunes in this country out money. Thousands of men with
have been made in this manner. nothing in their pockets are rich. A
Look at the Astors, for instance. man born with a good sound consti
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE-
Run over the roll of millionaires of tution, a good heart, and good limbs,
the west and an astonishing propor and a pretty good head piece, is "VTOTICE is hereby ; iven that the under igued
as sheriff of YMiuhiii county, biate oi Ort
tion of them will be found to bear rich. Good bones are better than gon, by
virtue of a writ of execution and Older of
issued out of the circuit court of the state of
out my statement. I tell you. j-oung gold, tough muscles than silver, and sale
Oregon for the county of Yamhill on the 27th day
man, no investment on earth is so nerves that flash fire and carry of April, A. 1». 1094, mod bearing said date upon
and to enforce a judgment rendered by said court
safe, so sure, so certain to emich its energy to every function are better on the 26th day of March. A. 1» 1894. in favor of
Hiram Brown, plaintiff, and against Mary E.
owner as undeveloped realty. Every
Jones and John L. Jones, defendants, for tl »■ sum
§271.70, with interest thereon at the rate of
year the country grows in certain
eight percent per annum from the 26th day of
1894, and tor $20.80 costs, and for the
and well-defined lines. Stocks rise
costs of sale, and ordering that the real property
hereinafter described be sold to satisfy said
and fall, notes go to protest, houses breeds and bad breeds exist among judgment,
costs and accruing costs; now’ there
and business blocks burn, but the men as really as among herds and fore by virtue of said writ of execution and order
on Saturday the second day of June,
realty remains. Tornadoes and cy horses. Education may do much to A. D. 1891. at the hour of one o'clock p. in of said
day. sell at public.auction, at the court hou-e
clones cannot blow it away. Panics
door in McMinnville, Yamhill county, Oregon, io
highest bidder lor cash in hand, to satisfy
themselves can only temporarily af good ones; but it is a great thing to the
said judgment, costsand accruing Corts, the fol
described real property, to wit
fect its value. But even in a panic
Ail that certain piece or parcel of real estate,
same being and situated in Yamhill county,
outside real estate has a monumen ulties to start with. The man is the
Oregon, and more particularly described a lol
tal advantage over inside property. rich who has a good disposition—who lows: The northwest one-fourth ot the northeast
one fourth, ami the northeast one-fourth of the
It is the first affected and is the
northwest one-fourth of section eleven (11), town
two (2) south, ranv»* five (5> west oi the Wil
hardest to be disposed of. ^Business hopeful, and who has a flavor of wit ship
lamette meridian, containing -0 acre1.
at McMinnville, Oregon, this 1st dav of
property can always be put on the
May, A. D. D94.
W L. WARREN,
market at a sacrifice and the impulse
Sheriff of Yamlull county, Oregon.
is to raise money on it at once. But world is man’s own self. A cross,
your outside realty stays with you selfish fellow—a desponding and
whether you want it to or not and in complaining fellow—a timid and
is hereby given that the undersigned
the end is certain to bring you in care-burdenc-d man, these are all N 'OTICE
as sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon. t»y vir
execution issued out of the circuit court
great profits just because you can t
of the State of Oregon for Yamhill county,on the
A. D. 1894, upon and to enforce
get rid of it when you most want to.
a judgment rendered by said court onthe25fh
1893, in favor of Timothy Good-
“I always advise my young friends
rich, plaintiff, and against M \\ . Tallman, de
of $1483 05 with interest at
to plant their savings in realty near
the rate of eight ¡»er cent per annum from the
1*93, and the sum of $35.7 »
a growing town. There is no such a
costs, ami an order of -ale <»f the interest of said
savings bank anywhere. Purchase seeking by precept and example to defendant, M. W Tallman. in and to the fol-
lowingreal promises and attached in said action,
a good-sized tract, carry it in all its induce towns with names ending in to-wit: Lot No. 96in the town of Dayton, in the
County of Yamhill, State of Oregon, as shown
unprofitableness and wait for the
upon the duly recorded pint of said town now <»f
record in the County Recorder's office ot said
sure and certain returns of the
Now therefore by virtue of said writ of execu
growth of this wonderful country of
tion and order of sale, 1 will on the 16th day of
ours to make you the master of vour United States of the form burgh, June, A. D. 1894. at the hour of one o'clock p. m.
said day at the court house door in the city of
and most Americans refuse to sound of
McMinnville, Or<*g«»n, sell at public auction to
highest bidder for cash in hand, said a)n»ve
the final “h” even in Edinburgh. described
real property to satisfy said execution,
and accruing costs.
These several suffixes, and as well, costs
Dated at McMinnville, Oregon. May 19th, 1894.
The year 1894 lias already begun bury, brough and barrow, are relat
W. L WAKREN,
Sherifi of Yamhill County, Oregon.
an excellent record of agricultural ed to the Anglo-Saxon verb lieorgan,
progress. An apartment house is and the German bergen, to hide ot
under the process of erection in New- to shelter. The several suffixes are
York which is to put into practice also related to several Anglo-Saxon
many of the possibilities demonstrat forms meaning an earthwork, and
ed by the exhibitors in Chicago. It fruin this came the application of
is to have electrical appliances for such suffixes to indicate a fortified
we will send you
cooking, and, what is of greater town.
a Brilliant Gem
novelty, refrigerating appliances for
of unusual color, ”
summer. With your cooking range
and a copy of
hooked on to a wire, your refrigera
“The Great Divide,” so you can see
tion turned on or off by a stopcock,
what a wonderful journal it is, pro
your illumination set up by pulling a Lilioukalani asking her to accompa vided you name the pajier you saw this
cord, where, one may ask, is this ny him on a lecture tour through in.—It’s a real Jewel we’ll send you. ,
think to stop? It is anticipated that the United States, says that he has
— ADDRESS —
1894 will, however, do as much in information indirectly from the LMK CHEAT DIVIDE, Denver, Colo.
the direction of irrigation and mas queen which amounts to a positive
tering the wastefulness of droughts assurance that she has decided to ac
as in any other direction. The sub cept his offer.
Manufactures and Deals in
ject is a vast one, opening in too
many directions to be discussed in
The surrender of his name by a
short space. It is enough now to young man in Delaware who recent
note that the loss bv this one cause ly married a widow and is hereafter
in the single state of New York, one to be known by his wife’s name, has SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
of the least afflicted of the states, is elicited considerable comment as a Brushes and Bells them cheaper than
they can be bought anywhere else in
at times not less than fifty million quite remarkable innovation of a the Willamette Valley. Our ail home
dollars. Deforestization is also call custom that is hoary with age. What made sets of harness are pronounced
ing for very much more positive leg is a name without money, anyhow.
unsurpassable by those who buy them
Senator Jones on Reul Estate.