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XIi .Hinnville Produce Xlarket.
ItlcyilNNVILLE’S TI BN.
THE WHEAT APHIS.
Get your bunting for the Fourth at;
Reported by L. E. Walker.
A Twelve-year-old Hoy Kill* lii* The New Peat Invading Yamhill We Will Turn tile Glorious Old
Good clean wheat..
Why Don't you Use One of those
The prr«pect for blackberries in the
Brother While at Play.
Bird of Liberty Loose. It W ill
mountains is good.
i A fearful accident befell the household
Along with the tent caterpillar and the
be the Biggest in the Valley.
Of on do a.
Mi - Nor*Cooper and Mrs. C'lias Tal I of Preston Smith Tuesday evening about numerous fruit jiests that annually in
This city will observe in more elabo I EfSg®.........................
. six o'clock. Mr. Smith came here from vade the orchards comes the new little rate style than ever before, the llStli an I Chickens.. ...........
OLDEST PQBELY FIRE OFFICE ill lbs WORLD mage are viriting in Dallas.
... $1 500 2.50
Miss Elvie Ap)«rson is still quite sick i Nebraska about Bix weeks ago. and re- green insect, which by common ac- i niversary oi American independence.
7c a ib
RHODES A RHODES, Agents,
with fever and rheumatism.
' centlv opencil a broom factory in the ceptance is called the wheat aphis, to 1
McMINNVILI E. OP.
F. M. York attended as a delegate the i ' Burna building at the corner of 15 and L>other or at leaet threaten the wheat. j
grand lodge of Woodmen in PortlaLd Third street«, and occupied as a residence Henry Gee picked a few stray heads
1 the Lawrence property near Oak Park from a field of oats near his residence
On which to haul your
A. J. Apperoon shipped 10,000 pounds grove. Ilis oldest son • .ene, aged 12, Tuesday that were thickly covered with
Baled hay, timothy
ran breathless to his father’s place of the prospective pest. But. little is1
Hot peanuts every day at K udo ’
business Tuesday evening and informed kuowu of its habits or destructiveness.
was the price paid.
him that he had killed bis little brother It has a green body with six legs and
Though billed to sing at Dayton on the Bertie, aged five years. Hurrying home
H. C. Burns is erecting a new- stable
two thorn-like appendages sticking up
I Baled Straw.........................
4th. the Lafayette glee club is coming to a ghastly sight wa= presented. Upon
on his home propertv.
ward from its body. Its bill is micro
J. A. Frisbie and family are visiting
the carpet in the front room lay the scopic and hirsute, and injecting it into
Hi. Adarns is said to 1« the earliest lifeless child with the entire head above the stem it sits idlv between the kernels |
relatives in Clackamas county.
For the House you are going to build ?
Capt. Harris has added a new picket
tered in all directions Mrs. Smith, who The writer placed one of the insects up-
fence to the improvements about his riders give him a record of 4 a. m.
, on a blotting pad and watched it. under
alone with the children at the time of ; a strong magnifying glass. It was in-
O. A. Cramer, jeweler of Independ- their yearly meeting. It liegan Wednes
j dustrions, and at once inserted its bill,. She cordially invites all neighlwring duce, paying the highest price in cash
enco, was the guest of D. A. cmith on ■ day, and is the second session ever held
And as you pass their Store
joining room reading, and knew the but it soon began to travel for greener I cities within and beyond the confines of the market will justify. lie will sell
stop and get your
pastures. It seems to have done no the county- to come and uubottlc their yon flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
Two trains of creosoted railroad tit-91
There are Home advantages in lieing on
the gun, but early in the day she had perceptible damage to the wheat. It I enthusiasm (this has no reference to den seeds as cheap as any other dealer.
D street south of First National Bank.
a stub railroad. The Ballman Htrike have passed up the road to be laid be ( made an examination of it and found it
infests the wheat fields near Wheatland, drinks) with us, and enjoy the speeches,
tween Whiteson and Portland. Heavy;
lie also carries a full line of Graham in
doesn't aliect the West Side.
and also has been observed in Douglas, the music, and the very elaborate amuse small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
rails will also lie laid.
If you really want fine photos with
gone to his uncle's trunk, where lie ob
wheatlets.etc. Nursery stock a specialty.
The county horticultural society will tained a shell and placed it in the gun. j Benton and Lane counties. There is a ment program. Amity, Sheridan. Carl
proper lighting go to Hogg, he is not
hold its quarterly meeting at Dayton,
About the Teachers.
turning out low grade trash.
He rememliered this fact alter the ac i should turn warm it would develop berg, we expect you, aud are fixed for
July 3d. Committee« are to report and
teachers have been en
With a record like Simmons Liver
i wings and flee away. Much of the you. We shall also welcome Dayton if
some good pa|iers are to lie read. See
excitement of his play. His story is that wheat is well advanced, and it is doubt she decides to come. You should be rolled since last week: Margaret Inglis,
Regulator all should use it for the liver,
Flora Henderson, Lena Stilwell, Edith
they were playing horsethief. His little ful whether it can do material damage
kidneys and lioweD.
Red caps, white waists and blue skirts brother had a number of stick horses, this season, but it may prove a source of present as a brotherly reciprocation, as Graves, Lulu Graves Lota Edmiston, Isa-
You can have your house completed in time to
well as a patriotic duty, for haven’t we
Felix Kertaon, one of the editors of
I is the garb for the ladies horseback bri- and Gene would come in with the gun considerable annoyance next year. They
ra Edmiston, Eunice Mundingcr, W. H.
cut your hay with a Woods Tubular Steel Mower,
iu times past visited all your picnics and
the Independence Enterprise, was in
and then if you use the “Minnie” Binder you
' gade on the Fourth. Most any young playing he was in search of the stolen are also on the oats. A southern Oregon
Blood. Mrs. Vannie Martiu,Eunice Olds,
the city on Sunday.
fairs, and next to yourselves been the
will be happy. Call and examine our Stock.
lady can rig up such a costume without property. He reinembered of telling the citizen is of the opinion that it is the
Della Dudrow. Frederick Cone, Luella
best looking people present? Every
The finest line of queensware on the i expense.
child to throw up his hands, and the same pest that destroyed the crop of 1889 thing in the line of amusements will be
Pacific coast ia on display at Millsap &
The parlors of McMinnville Dancing next he knew was that his brother’s in Indiana. Prof. Washburn of the ag free. Positively no charge to any of the A. Deach, Merril llanville, Alice Cary,
Cook's. EveryUsly is invited to cal)
Rebecca Smith, Mabel Baker, Lucy
Club are furnished with 24 large windows head was shot off and that he was the ricultural college makes the following sports or grounds.
and see it, especially the ladies.
Forde, Ella Crawford, Wirt T. Fellows,
which insures the best of ventilation for unhappy and frightened causeof it. Mr. report “The insect is the grain aphis
The following able and prominent gen
S. A. Manning is rebuilding his plat the grand ball July 4th. Dancers $1. Frank Spencer, who was driving past I
Carrie Schenck, Geo. I.. Williams, B.
(avenae) which has been at times so de tlemen will fill the leading roles :
form scales on C street, and will lie pre Spectators 25 cents.
May Million, J W. Loder, Lillie Miller,
the house, heard the report, and went in structive in eastern states. It may be-
President of the day, Hon. II. M.
pare,1 to do correct weighing.
Miller, Maggie Triplett, L. E. La-
i coine equally destructive here, though Daniels, of North Yamhill.
Hurrah for the 4th of July' J. I*.
tourette, Jessie Martin, Edith M. Brooks,
Rev. Sunderland of Oakland lectured Irvine has a large and complete stock of asking him to see what was the matter ; the minute parasites which are at work
Orator of the day, Hon. M. J. Mac-
S. Ed Launer.W. F. Dudley, Onia Fonts,
on African miroions at the Baptist groceries, fruits, firecrackers, flags, in the other room, as she was unable to on it will (possibly) keep it in check Mahon. of Portland.
W. T. Hoffman, Zella Harty, C. E. Hos
church Monday evening, illustrating his candies, nuts, and everything that the leave her chair. He ojiened the door, No really practicable remedy can be ap
Grand Marshal, Hon. P. P. Gates, of
kins, Lydia WaBliburue, Hattie E.Pope,
We know is a hard thing to get, and
lecture with stereopticon views.
soul of man desires to have a grand time which disclosed to her the horrible sight plied while the wheat is standing. It is Lafayette.
when you have it the best place to get
Frank Billington, F. R. Rogers, Mrs.
L>on’t waste vour time on doctors when celebrating.
Coroner Daniels took charge of the true, kerosene emulsion will kill the
Chaplain, Rev. O. B. Whitmore, of
your liver is diseased. Take Simmons
Prof. James Matthews of Willamette body, and held an inquest the following aphis, but for various reasons this treat Sheridan.
Anderson of Salem. Maggie M. Boone,
Reader of declaration of independ
university preached two very interesting morning, the jury finding that the death ment is hardly to lie considered where
Viola Smith, Paulino Roesner, Jessie
ence, Prof. E. B. Jameson, of Amity.
Dr. J. W. Watt has taken up his resi sermons at the Methodist church Sun
Findlay, Miss Mary Burrows, Seattle,
The child was a nephew of Mrs. Geo. wheat or other grain is harvested, burn
The follow ing program is laid off for
dence at Albany. He will practice med day. The professor’s father was a for
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Mtbe Georgia Story.
mer pastor here, and it was during his
j and waste on or about the field. If the
National salute of 44 guns at 5 a, tn.
It is the testimony of most people that pastorate that the parsonage was built.
E. M. Underwood at the train upon his
grain is not worth harvesting and is not
The line of march will be formed at 9 [
Will Kuns makes the best ice cream in
Six wheelmen from Portland were in
The San Diegan Sun of recent date too green, it should be burned while a. m. sharp, the hour being set thus arrival home aud escorted him to the
town. He is also an artist on soda McMinnville Sunday. They made a
You want to Êx the old bousa up and make it look as good as new.
contains the following account of a bull ‘ standing. The presence of fences is early to give ample time for the great institute, where he was welcomed by the
Here are the prices that will do it:
water. Choicest confectionery and round trip of 12u miles in eleven hours,
fight not on the boards, experienced by | against this procedure, but it is the program of amusement for the afternoon.
fruits always on hand in season.
I according to their claim after they got Clark Braly's son Sebe, who is well
best, in fact the only remedy kuowu to The head of column will rest on Third I the teachers, Prof. Baker making an ap White Lead 7c per lb.
Gilt Wall Paper 121-2c roll
Wisdom Millsap has moved back to I home. They think they beat the “cen known to many youug folks hereabout:
I entomologists. Experience in the east street, at junction of E, thence down 3d propriate speech.
Albina from Moscow. Idaho, We ac tury record,” which was 100 miles in ten “A report comes from Viejas valley- of a
Screen Doors and Hinges $1.50
I has shown that this aphis may ruin a to D, thence down D to 4th,up 4th to F,
knowledge a pleasant call during hia hours.
savage attack made by an infuriated bull wheat crop one season, and not be seen up F to 3d, down 3d to fair grounds, in night was on the subject of the teacher’6
Window Screens 50c
visit here this week.
work, which be placed iu the lead of all
The brightest and nicest stock of bunt upon Selie Braly and a pony he was I again in that locality for many years. the following order:
To E xchange .—Some desirable
ing may be found at Apperson’s. Just riding Sebe is the eldest son of Clark Whenever the aphis turns a dark color—
Machine Oil 15c gal
higher civilization for America. The
improved Portland property toexchi
the material for next Wednesday.
Braly, who owns the old Clendinnin either brown or black it means that it is
City mayor, president of day, speaker
professor is enthusiastic in his calling,
Spray Pumps $1.25
for farming lands in Yamhill or Wash- j An oratorical contest was held at Eti ranch in Viejas, and has a large herd of doomed. This is caused by the work of and others.
and is building up a good school at New
ington counties. Address, Paul A. I gene during commencement. Ia3t week, cattle which Sebe, aged about 10, regu I the parasite, which deposits the egg in
Garden Hose five cents a foot
berg, where he is well liked.
Ozanne, box 719, Portland, Oregon, or , ln whi,.h E M Underwood of this <-oun- larly drove up from the pasture every side the aphis, the egg hatches and the
Co. B, O. N. G. with ordnance.
Rhodes & Rhodes, McMinnville,
Oil by the Barrel always on hand.
ty won second prize. The first prize was evening. The bull of the herd had a ' larvae feed on the tissues of the body of
Custer Post, G. A. R.
and closes with the lecture to-nigbt.
in the Market.
Prof. Toney’B famous orchestra will won by 1. M. Glen, who was formerly a grudge against the pony nnire the boy the aphis producing the death of the
Woman’s Relief Corps.
furnish music for the grand ball July 4. ' resident of this county. I...
Mr. Under- rude, and at last found an opportunity to latter, . The parasite finally emerges as
Ikwure of Ointment a for Catarrh
-''....... and a a «asp-like insect to repeat its good
wood returned home Monday. He in- make an attack. With a - v
Tickets $1 Spectators 25 cents.
Degree of Honor.
That Contain Mercury,
Messrs. Gray, Lynn and Frazer, paint- tends to engage in the profession of resistless rush the bull charged the pony , work. Although its existence was ob
Members of I. O. O. F.
As mercury will surely destroy the
and knocked it down. The pony was served 17 years before, the grain aphis
Members of A. O. U. W.
ere, have opened a shop at corner of B 1 teaching.
sense of smell and completely derange
and Fourth streets. They are capable of
There is a misapprehension concerning gored fearfully and the boy- thrown to the first appeared in great numbers in 1861,
the tt hole system when entering it
Sons of Veterans.
turning out plenty of work in their line, the ladies’ horseback brigade lor the ground some distance away. The hull; spreading over New England, all of Now
Eight Feet Long Without a Seam.
through the mucous surfaces. Such art
York except the western portion, north
To enjoy life take Simmons Liver Reg- Fourth. The contest for prizes for best
Reiter and cheaper than Tin. Must be seen to understand all its good qualities Remember
trate horse, w hen Sebe with more cour western Pennsylvania and portions of
you will always tind Hodson has the Best Goods and Bost Prices.
Coxey’s calithiunpiau baud.
ulator to stimulate digestion and regu-1 lady rider and most original costume is
prescriptions from reputable physicians,
age and pluck than most men would I Canada. Every grain field was invaded
late the bowels.
as the damage they do is tenfold to the
Ladies’ equestrienne brigade.
. .. i . rade to represent the states in the morn have possessed, attacked the bull with; and many of them thronged. In many
good you can possibly derive from them.
The funeral of Hon. R. R. Laughlin ;
Citzens in carriages.
ing, anil no young lady need compete for rocks and clubs,and finally succeeded in cases the wheat crop was reduced one-
Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F.
last week was very laigely attended. :
half, and the oat crop hardly paid for
AT THE GROUNDS.
j the prize if she doesn’t desire to. The
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no
The procession of vehicles numbered j
Exercises will open with siugiug li v mercury and is taken internally, acting
I competition is a feature of the afternoon the pony up and out. The latter’s harvesting. The following year it spread I
program. Ten young ladies from Sheri wounds wore stitched up and the best of over the remaining portion of Canada i McMinnville glee club.
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
Read Kay A Todd’s add. They are I dan alone are expected to take part in care given, but it is doubtful whether the and into Michigan, and then disappeared
Prayer by chaplain.
faces of the system In buying Hall’s
offering their entire stock of summer I the morning parade.
pony can live. The bull will be de In 1883 it appeared in ten counties in i Reading of declaration.
t atarrli Cure be sure you get the genuine,
clothing at 2) per cent, discount.
California doing considerable damage to i Singing by Lafay ette glee club.
Wants to furnish Everybody with
Don't miss the opportunity oi duncing
it is taken internally, and made in Tole
wheat, one man reporting that the yield I
The McMinnville flouring mill is lieing on the largest and best floor in the
Middletown, Pa., April 14, 1891.
of his spring wheat was diminished one-
shingled ou the south end to make it county. July 4th. Only $1. Spectators
Lichty, Des Moines, la.
half by the ravages of the pest. It was i
proof against rain.
car "»id by Druggists, price 75c. per
Dear Sir:—Please send me four dozen prevented from multiplying by late rains I
J. C. Cooper was ovei on Testament; The following program of the Yamhill
Krause's Headache Capsules. They are
Commencing at one o’clock sharp on
creek last week locating boundaries for County Horticultural society will be the best headache remedy we ever han to the extent that damage was scarcely
FOR TABLE AND CANNING PURPOSES.
Veterans will Celebrate.
perceptible in other counties. April 29th i track in front of grand stand, All fin-
certain land claiiuauts.
given in Dayton, July 3d, 1894 : Called dled. Yours,
J ohn W. S tark .
and May 2d and 3d large flights of the i islies to be in front of stand. All bicy-
All veterans of Yamhill county, in*
Rev. A. J. Hunsaker will preach at to order at 10:30 a.m. “Co-operation,”
For saie by Kogers Bros., sole agents, winged variety were noticed in Sacra • cle races open to all amateurs. All en- eluding those w ho served in the Indian
All Orders will be filled promptly Also have
the Baptist church next Sunday morning Willis Brown. Reports oi committees McMinnville, Oregon.
mento, but disappeared after the rains of 1 tries to be made with T. B. Kay. No and Mexican wars and the war of the
and administer the Lord's supper at the on boxes and packages for fruit, on
MASON CANNING JARS
May 4tli. In nearly every- instance i charge for entries. Name and residence rebellion, are hereby requested to assem
1 grades, on manner of packing, on census
T he S ize of the P lum .—The new where the pest has appeared it has been i of competitor to lie given, Should any ble in McMinnville on July 4th, to par
To put them in. Wil. sell
J. P. Irvine was up to Independence of fruit and product. “Packing Fruit,” S. county ofiicers to lie sworn for duty on met by a host of parasites, flies and lady- racer win first money in two bicycle ticipate in the celebration of our nation
Tuesday on business, and incidentally A. Clark. Miscellaneous talk by mem- July 5th will receive under the new law beetles, and if it has not been at once races, he will be barred from taking part al independence. It has been fully and
spoko a good word for our celebration at I hers.
the following fixed salaries, as provided checked, have prevented its appearance in the remainder.
definitely determined by the veterans to
points along the way.
It is said a fight is on between the bv special act of the last legislature: the second year. In many cases these
One-fourth milo bicycle race and re celebrate the day in McMinnville this
Mias May Cook of Portland has been steamers Willamette Chief and Toledo. County dork, $1,800; deputy, $600; re natural enemies have prevented it en- peat. Prize $10, divided $6 aud $4.
year, and it is expected that other or-
the guest of Mieses Agnes and Kate Freight is lieing conveyed for ten cents corder, $1,400; deputy, $000; sheriff tirelv from damaging grain.”
Foot race, 220 vards. First $3, second ganiz.ations of the county and city, and
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
Johnson this week. Miss Cook will re a hundred and transportation from Day $2,000; deputy, $601); county judge. $800;
the citizens generally, will join in the
ill* Knew itb Worth.
ton to Portland and return is down to 25 treasurer, $600. The clerk, recorder and
turn home to-morrow.
One mile bicycle race. Open to all preparations and the carrying out of a
J. Davis is a prominent pbysi- amateurs. First and second medals.
program appropriate to the great occa
The residence of Dr. G. S. Wright’s
C. A. W allace .
Five mile bicycle race. Prizes $10, $5, sion.
parents at Salem was burglarized Sun is reported as saying they will carry pas for copies of the records of their offices cian of Lewis, Cass county, Iowa, and
Pres. Veterans’ Asso. of Yamhill Co.
day afternoon. The property stolen was sengers for nothing ami throw in their furnished to private parties. The sheriff lias been actively engaged in the practice $2.
100-yard hurdle race, 10 hurdles. Di
a gold watch belonging to Mrs. Wright. breakfast. It looks like somebody would is entitled to compensation for board and of medicine at that place for the past
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real !
keeping of prisoners, and may receive thirty-five years. On the 26th of May, vided $3 aud $2.
have to bite the dost.
Health is wealth.
Mortgages, etc., alway s on sale at
F. E. Rogers, N. E. Kegg, J. W. and apply to his own use any reward he while in Des Moines, eu route to Chicago,
Novelty bicycle race. $2 to rider first
Liver Regulator for all sickness causeil
be was suddenly taken with an attack of at eighth, quarter, half, three-fourths or
Hobbs and Dr. Cross are over on the
by diseased liver.
Trask fishing, and returned Wednesday-
mile post, each.
William Chrisman and Earl
evening. Their total cati-li was 800. ceive state fees for transporting convicts Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Mile trotting race for double or single at this office.
returned from their fishing trip
Lovers of good tea should try Standard i
Their party was joined by a number of and idiots, and may claim from plaintiff for the past seventeen years, aud know driving horses. Three heats. $15 and
They caught about 500 trout, 75 of
sun-dried, now being introduced on its
Lafayette and West Chebalem citizens. expenses incurred in care of property ing its reliability’ he procured a 25 cent $10.
which a cat got away with one night in
A large bear was sighted about 75 yards under attachment or execution, and his bottle, two doses of which completely
Mile stallion trotting race; three heats. merits by J. P. Irvine.
away, and, of course, when no one had necessary expenses are paid when be cured him. The excitement and change Entries, “Duroc Trince,” “Multnomah”
When you want anything in the jew
A ball game between Independence a gun with him. Some snow was also goes outside the county to arrest or re of water and diet incident to traveling
and unknown horse. Private purse.
line remember Wm. F. Dielschnei- ■
and this place was played here Sunday, observed on the highest points reached. ceive a prisoner already in custody.
often produce a diarrhoea. Everyone
Tug of war between Lafayette and der. He competes for quality and quan-;
and the visitors were vanquished by a They report that it is still too cold to
should procure a bottle of this Remedy McMinnville teams, ten men on a side. tity.
score of six to five. This is the second have the best kind of a time.
liefore leaving home. For sale by S. Ho- Captains of ball teams to be captains of •The Estey, Earhuff and Kimball or-;
The normal institute for Yamhill wortb & Co.
tug of war teams, without pulling. Time, gans at C. Grissen’s.
The Oregon State Secular Union gives county for 1894, which has been iu ses
Delays are dangerous. Take Simmons
5 minutes; puree $5.
sion at the Cook school building since
Liver Regulator in time for dyspepsia.
A ball game between McMinnville and en, dressed for Sunday dinner. I> street
4th, 1894. The steamer G. W. Shaver the 19th inst., will close its work Friday
The most fun for the least money of
biliousness and all diseases of the liver.
leaves Portland st 8:30 a. m., goes evening, June 29th, at which time Pres. anything of the season. Come to the Lafayette for a purse of $20 will be market.
Bicycle business took A. A. Unruh to through the locks at Oregon City and
D. A. Smith, the watchmaker and
W. C. Hawley, of Willamette University, Christian church Wednesday night,
Portland Monday. He was informed by from thence to Castle Kelim and New
A procession of young ladies on horse jeweler, carries a good line of clocks,
will deliver bis very interesting lecture July 11th, and hear the ladies tell how
back will pass iu front of grand stand ■ watches, jewelry and silverware, at j
a number of Portland wheelman that Era, where the celebration will be held
on current history, entitled “Bering they earned fifty cents. Tents will be
thev would spend their Fourth iu this at the Oregon Secular park. A week's
and a prize oi $8, divided $5 and $3, will reasonable figures. He makes a specialty ;
Sea.” President llawlev will be re pitched on the church lawn and de
and of repairing fine watches.
eanipmeeting will follow the celebration. membered by the citizens of McMinn licious refreshments served therein. The be giveu for most original costume
Three oflices in the grand lodge Degree Bring your tents and be happy.
Lowest prices ou stationery and music
ville and vicinity as the gentleman who ladies may soon visit the business people
of Honor fell to this county. Mrs
at C. Grissen’s.
N ettie A. O lds , Vice Pres.
gave us “Nicaragua Canal” one year of the city in search of work. If you
• A Small Doctor Bill.
Julia A. Gault was elected grand lady of
have scrubbing, washing, darning,
John Jones, a merchant of Dayton,
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill, but
honor, Mrs. Annie R. Bewley grand re
assaulted Editor Conover of the Herald pleased. The lecture will be given in patching, windows to clean, boots to that is all it will cost you to cure any or
ceiver and Della Goodrich niaid of honor.
yesterday morning, by knocking him the M. E. church, commencing at 8 p. m. black, wood to saw, etc., give them a dinary case of rheumatism if you use VVhen Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
Don’t forget that you can get a good down and bea’ing him. The difficulty and will be free to all. Let us show the i chance. Begin to get ready’ now and
Chamberlain’s Pain balm. Try it and When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
dinner on the Fourth for 25 cents. The arose over the appearance of the follow - Prof, our appreciation of his last year’s come early to get a seat.
you will be surprised at the prompt re When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
ladies of the M. E. church have ar 1 ing item in the editor’s paper: “A busi effort by giving him a full house.
it affords. The first application will When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
K rause ’ s H eadache C apsules —War lief
ranged for a dining hall on the grounds ness man of Davton when asked by a
J. B. S tilwell , School Supt.
quiet the pain. 5iJ eeut bottles for sale
and there will be plenty for all. Ice committee of ladies for au ad. for a
by S. Howorth A Co.
cream ten cents.
small paper grutflv replied that he did
A special session of the presbytery of not care to advertise—that lie was sell
10-foot iron turbine wind mill for one-1
M eadow L ake —My team will leave
the Cumberland Presbyterian church ing more goods now than he wished to. half cost price. Address,
T. J. Smith. Bond ap
Agent» mid Dealers.
McMihnville Mondays, Wednesdays and
met in this city Monday, and passed up It is really refreshing to hear that a man
F red A. C rawford ,
Are your eye» open? Are you keeping
Saturdays for Meadow Lake. Special proved. J. R Forrest, C. A. William- Abr'-ast
the times? Are you aware of
on the resignation of Rev. W. H. Jones. who does not advertise is overtaxed with
trips when ordered. Round trip $2. eon and A. I’. Maguees appointed the fact that cemented tires have gone with
the “ordinary” and the
It was accepted and a new pastor will be patronage. But this same individual has
Beat fishing grounds in Oregon. Fine appraisers.
solid and cushion tires?
a queer way of showing enterprise, or
Are you aware also that
A convention of Christian churches of health resort. Hotel accommodations
the “Rambler” clincher
The show windows at Mr. Apperson’s that he is overburdened with business. Oregon opened at Turner last week and reasonable. Plenty of boats. Board, $1 gin. Petition to appoint C. C. Scroggin
tires are being purchased
and use l by the leading
guardian filed and approved. Bond fixed
store will be thoroughly “in the Bwim” Occasionally he may be seen wearing continues through this. A nnmlier have per day.
makers of the world ? That
the “Rambler” is the light
on the Fourth. The decorations will be out the scat of his breeches on a dry attended from this place, among them
II. B. IltBBS.
est, strongest, fastest and
in charge of their well-known special goods box, or a seat on the sidewalk and Rev. and Mis. Denton, J. A. Todd, Mrs.
handsomest bicycle made
i*hrton earth ? That it received
Are You Injured?
artist in this line, A. B. Apperson. A telling musty yarns, or gossiping. His S. C. Adams, Mrs. Fsson and Mr. and I
'five awards at the world's
|ilijtair? Examine the teu
If not, now is the time to provide
cordial invitation is extended everybody place of business still has the appearance Mrs. Clews.
I have some pure lard for sale at 12’^
j leading points that are on
of the days of'49. And at times when
yourself and family with a bottle of
I no other machine but the
W. E. Cox of Whiteson has entereij
’ “Rambler” aud you are
shoulders. Call at my residence or Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarr convinced.
The McMinnville Building 4 Improve he curses a customer it would appear complaint against \V. F. Livengood for
‘Cycles” with clincher tires from $45 to
ment Company held its annual business
burglary, and a hearing will be had be
$85. ••Kambler” roadsters.
to S90. Light
any serious results from an attack of roadsters. $105. “Scor < bprs” (24, 25 ana 27
at this office.
meeting on Saturday. Officers were wished to.” A warrant is out, on a com fore Justice Rhodes at 10 a. m. to-day.
pounds). $125. (Eastern list prices: no hivh
bowel complaint during the summer list with a big discount.) Catalogues and
chosen as follows. President, Wyatt plaint charging the above offense, for
D. B. K ingerv .
Seven members of the Forester lodge
months. It is almost certain to be need circular free for the asaing. We want live
Harris; treasurer and manager, Elsia
agents and dealers everywhere in Oregon,
at Hillsboro visited their brethren here
and should be procured at once. No Washington and Idaho. Write us at once.
Wright, secretary, E. N. Ford ; board of
F red . T. M errill C yclic C o «
Saturday night and had a splendid Independence celebration at Meadow- other remedy can take its place or do its
327 Washington street, Portland, Or.
directors, E. Wright, J. W. Gault, Wy day or to-morrow. Mr. Conover was in
and retail representatives Pa
Program work. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by cific Northwest.
att Harris, David Stout and F. W. Fen the city carrying a muchly bruised face
per at White’s restaurant.
Guaranteesmade gpod in Porti god,
JONES & ADAMS’
Sawmill or Lumber Yard
H ardware , S ash ,
D oors , P aints , E tc
JONES & ADAMS, 3d St., McMinnville
MOST GOODS FOR
GALVANIZED IRON WEBFOOT GUTTER
R ED FRONT
STRAWBERRIES & CHERRIES
C. M. WEED, AT rferd0N1,
Reduction in Prices. All lines of
SUMMER GOODS remaining on hand
Before JULY 4th, as we do not in
tend to carry our goods from one
Year to another. We have also a
Certain Line of
Which must be closed out and has
Been Reduced From
MILLINERY AT COST