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.at tbePo«t .fficv In McMinnville.
h 'eroud-class matter.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUIA
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
The question so often raised
whether bees injure fruit of any kind
by breaking the skin and sucking the
juices, is an important one. So was
the question of the revolution of the
earth around the sun. The latter,
however, was long ago settled, and
civilized men no longer question that
scientific fact. Many fruit growers
allege that,honey bees do attack and
puncture the. skins of fruits of vari
ous kinds and extract the juices to
au injurious extent. In this connec
tion it may be of interest to note the
result of experiments made some
years ago by the department of ag
riculture. Very thorough tests were
made with a great many kinds of
fruit, under conditions which would
seem to have been favorable for a
full determination of the question.
These experiments, conducted by
Mr. McLain, on behalf of the depart
ment, resulted in a condition sum
marized as follows:
First, that bees do not injure fruit.
Second, They do not attack that
which has been punctured by the
ovipositiug of other insects until the
development of the larva induces a
Third, The damage to grapes that
have burst is guaged by the extent
of the fracture.
Fourth, that as the only conditions
under which their ravages are at all
extensive are such that in them
sei ves pract ¡call v destroy t he value
of the fruit, the bees may be intro
duced into the vicinity of orchards
“ A b old aa
ed. “ Tried
is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is the
/-< iTP T* 0 n 1 y Liver
JLJMLLI ana Kidney
medicine t o
can pin your
faith for a
on the Liver
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
There are 9,900,000 able-bodied
men in the United States available
for military services. How Napole
on's legions dwindled beside this,
and the hosts which Grant, Sherman
I >-su . O regon , December 4, ’9.3.
o. V. R. ?,Ii<,. f.'o.. Portland, Oreiton.
and Sheridan led shrink to pigmies.
/ ■, / -S. > ,
1 wish to state to you
Of course, however, no such swarm
I have Is-en afflicted with rheuma-
of fighters could ever be mobilized
f.r the last eight years. I bought
■ le ot ( >iigo < hl from Messrs. Lamb
in this or any other country. It
•■ii..in. lour agents here, and after
would overtax even American ener
. jipli.- itions my rheumatism was
gy and resource to clothe, feed and
■■ -I out. No other medicine ever
A Cl HE FOB SEA SICKNESS.
ulars and militia. In a similar riot
■ me relief in such a short time us
arm them, and maintain them in
A Remedy That Will Hake Your that occurred in Chicago July 25th
idleness. These figures, it is true,
Ocean trip a Pleasure.
fifteen insurgents were killed by the
have no practical military value, but
Thousands of people who are military. Outbreaks occurred in
as a suggestion of the mighty war
anxious for a sea voyage, and can other cities and an alarming situa
Gentlemen: Have been altlieted with
potentialities of the republic they
tion prevailed over the country until
Bevete rheumatic attacks fur the past six
are not without interest to the well afford to make it, are deterred
or seven years. 1 took one bottle of Dr.
the end of the month when order
1 irant’a Sarsaparilla and drape Root and
call mat de mer, or sea sickness. was again restored.
But when we come to enumerate
applied ilattee’a Congo Oil externally,
There are people who have crossed
and tlie result was wonderful—it worked the men actuallj’ under arms in the
ÜIIEI.O1 NEWS ANSI NOTES.
the ocean a dozen times, and who on
more like magie than medicine. These United States as trained and disci
Albany is figuring on an oatmeal
two medicines I consider will knock any plined soldiers we realize our milita
as they were on the first. Indeed, factory.
Roslyn Bank Robbery.—Evidences From case of rheumatism.
the District Whera They Were
Dear Sirs: I can scarcely realize I
we have known of sea captains who
R- A. LEONARD,
regular army of 25,000 men there is
The salaries of the Astoria school
Maa so near death’s door, the n- ult <4 «
The King of Lt ver Medicines.
447 Montgomery St., Portland, < >regon. a more or less thoroughly organized have been sailing the ocean for thirty
teachers have been reduced ten per
had attack ol inflammation of the ki.l- o. W. R. M fg . Co., Portland, Oregon.
“ I have used yourSimmons Liver Reeu-
or more- years who never left port
can consclenciously say It is the
and equipped force of 112.190 men in
neya. My urine was bloo«ly and t -ni-
kiH4 o! -.11 liver in«*dlclnett. i consider it a
hiedicine. I was recently kicked by a
chest In itself —G eo . W. J ack -
l>le pains near the ppine. 1 trie.l ov« r;«l lire on th«- leg, and was hobbling
the national guard and militia. That
The Minneapolis Tribune calls Gov
son , Tacoma, Washington.
Gentlemen: 1 have been a sufferer is, onljr about one man in a hundred feelings that attended them at the
remedies, but got no relief. When I around on crutches. 1 was induceil to
ernor Pennoyer “Oregon’s distin
uaa suffering terribly a eopv « i f air ti i bottle of Congo Oil, and after ap- from Liver troubles for many years, al of those of our citizens liable to bear beginning of their first voyage. Like
Z Stamp in red on wrapper«
Medical Ailviser was received l«v toine plvii«:.' freely for one day I threw away ways feeling dull, stupid and heavy. It arms is regularlj’ engaged in master cures for the toothache, neuralgia
m , crutchc: . 1 works like lightning.
and other ailments common to hu
<>ne in our household. After i.-mling
ing the rudiments of the soldier’s
I diil feel; but, thanks to Dr. Grant's
part of it I sent for a bottle of Dr. Gi nt '.«
manity, there are countless remedies ping 25 tons of chill ini bark to New
J. A. HARRISON,
Sarsaparilla and Grape Root, my profession.
kidney mid Liver Cure, and after five
< ity Marshal Fossil, Oregon.
for seasickness, which may be effec York druggists.
i speak not out of weak sut mises,
New York, as might be expected,
troubles are over, as four bottles malt
doses I felt relieve«]. J continued taking
tive in some cases, but usually tail
Tbe new and handsome building of
but from proof.
me feel as well as ever 1 was. I have a has the largest militia organization,
until I had taken three bottles, and was
when they are most needed. A the first Baptist church in Portland
and 1 feel that I owe it all to Dr. Grant’s sylvania lias 8,611 officers and tnen: fortune awaits the man who will dis was dedicated Sunday.
cover a sure and infallible cure for
J. C. ALLEN.
<.'. E. Wolverton has qualified as
Ohio, 6,125. Then comes Massachu
J. A. ALEXANDER,
this harrowing though not danger- supreme judge and Judge R S Bean
Traveling Salesman Curtis & Wheeler,
setts, well up in the list, with 5,666.
773 Hoyt street, Portland, Oregon.
Rochester, N. Y.
ous form of illness.
now becomes chief justice.
Fiery South Carolina, with 5,440 of
Prof. Charteris, of Edinburgh,
• lion TH I CUI X I 1 PRESS.
ficers and men, has an armed force
Salem people had to use less sugar
claims to have found the desiceli
Price $1 per Bottle SO Ct!
all out of proportion to its wealth
in their tea and coffee on account of
since COTTOLENE has come to
take its place. Tite satisfaction
and population. The New England remedy. He says that chloroform the strike. The city also ran short
For Sale by S. HOWORTH & CO.
with which the people have hailed
judiciously taken, will prevent an
of lime and cement.
states, outside of Massachusetts,
the advent of the New Shortening
the cannery to open out here again
have respectable little armies, rang
The Mazamas will climb Mount this season. A gentleman named
suredly one of the cases in which
ing from Vermont’s 784 to Connecti
July 19th. A cloud of smoke Goetzman from Portland has bought
prevention is far better than cure.
cut's 3,751. The southern stateshave
made by- day and a pillar of the outfit that was operated a cou
Prol. Charteris claims that even
large militia organizations as a
fire by night. Watch for it.
ple of years ago by Stabler and Ed-
whole; the western states very small when the sickness has begun chloro
> evidenced by the rapidiy increas
wards and is arranging to open up
ing enormous sales is PROOF
ones. But the national guard is ev form will cut it short and so lessen couldn’t agree as to what should be for business in a few days, Every-
POSITIVE not only of its great
erywhere steadily growing in num
’ value as a new article of diet
what, and as a consequence that lit body will rejoice to see the cannery-
but is also sufficient proof of the
bers as in efficiency. It is fulfilling
GATES & HENRY, Props.
tle town had two celebration-. on running again.
general desire to be rid of indi-
in a satisfactory way its purpose of doubt means well, but we would the 4 th.
, gestible, unwholesome, unappe-
Dr. Harold Clark, who has been
perpetuating a knowledge of milita hesitate to believe his statement
tizinglard, and of all the ills that
were it not backed up by the testi
The old game law permits the kill
E Street. north of Third. Everything New and
iard promotes. Try
First c lass. Conveyance of Commercial Trave!
ing a post graduate course at the
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ers a specialty. Board mid stabling by the day or
respectable nucleus for a host of
month. Wtf solicit u fair share of tbe local put
volunteers to rally on in an emergen captains and surgeons who have law passed at the session of the last
t all ami See is Iteiore Buying a Vehicle.
arrived home last Tuesday evening.
cy—providing, of course, the majori tested it and found that it worked legislature makes tbe opeu season
He came over the Union Pacific from
begin August 1st.
ty ot its members would not flunk at
k at once and waste no time in
C. S. Jackson, editor of the East Denver and was at Pendleton when
the trying moment as tbe militia or
discovering like thousands ot
the strike began.
others that you have now
ganizations did in the northern
states in 1861, when only about five careful trials he has become a firm the Pennoyer stripe, has been ap-
riding twenty miles in lumber wag
^aslpoqable (jailor >
per cent of them responded to the convert as to the efficiency of chloro . pointed receiver of the National
and walking some, three miles,
form as a cure for seasickness. He ■ Bank of Pendleton.
call for ‘"300,000 more.”
and making a series of transfers on
A business course has been added
Should this country be forced to go
One Door West
of Cigar Store.
“Of late it has been my custom to to the curriculum of the state uni the Columbia.
could be gathered together within prescribe a mixture of potassium versity, and H. Loe Mitchell of Phil
REFUSE ALL SuaSTITUTES.
Genuine made only by
sixty days. The fact is we are a, and spirit of chloroform, but un adelphia elected principal at an an-
So many people are going into the
FAIRBANK & CO
In 1861. 900,000 Î
mountains to hunt gold this summer
ST. LCUIS and
men were placed in the field by the i
Prairie fires have been raging in that if someone does not “strike it
north ninety days after the firing of ceedingly liable to be rejected by the Umatilla county, and Senator J. H rich” we will be inclined to the opin
the first gun on Sumpter, and more stomach. Chloroform alone, how Raley s farm near Pendleton suffered ion that the statements regardittg
ever. has never been rejected, and from the flames recently.
Fifty the wealth of gold hidden in the
Located at Sheridan, Yamhill County. Oregon, are just now offering than half that number was called in
has seldom failed in allaying gastric
bargains in real estate that can t be duplicated in the Willamette valley. to service by the confederates.
acres of grain aud grass were de mountain» of Oregon are on a par
Lands that have been held in large tracts are now being subdivided into
At the close of the rebellion the disturbances, and inducing refresh stroyed.
with the average fish story.
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
tracts to suit purchaser, and at prices that defy competition. People’with
ing sleep from which tbe patient
We hear of several cattle in the Third St. 1 door W.
-mall means and desiring homes on the installment plan, will find it to
awakes with a clear head, a fair ap
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
gap of the mountain having been of Burns 4 Daniels
their interest to call upon or address this company. Sheridan is in a fa field, and during the four years the
vored fruit district of Oregon, out of range of the codlin moth and other army rolls contained over 2,400,000 petite and remarkable freedomjfrom and shows 98,000 acres of wheat poisoned this spring and summer. C.
South ti.iu Thinl st. between B end C.
insect pests. We also have some fine business openings and mill properties names.
Our population is now those symptoms which were so pain which will yield at the very lowest F. Moore lost a fine heifer the first
NiEALSAT ALL HOURS
for sale or exchange for other property. Trades of all kinds negotiated.
fully evident prior to the administra
Beni 2oc Meal ill C ity.
Correspondence solicited. Descriptive circular and price list will be for greater by 25,000,000 than in 1861. tion of the solution. Its perfect estimate 16 bushels to the acre, or of the week. No one seems to know
just what poisoned them but it is Choice Fruits, Confections, Nuts and Cigars.
warded on demand.
safety renders it an admirable prep
Below we give a few farms we are offering for sale:
The Over-Population of Cities.
The school board of Eugeni lias supposed that it is some kind of a
and an ideal sedative.”
weed which they ate. If discovered
NO. 1. 4S8 acres, 4U0 in cultivation, large two-story house, large barn, two
Many writers on ecomomic sub-
The usual dose is from a teaspoon reelected Prof. D. V. S. Reid, late in time and plentifully dosed with! Lemonade, Soda Pop, Etc.
large bearing orchards, nice stream of water running through the pasture, furnish
TONM>RIAL PARLOR«, ing abundance of water at all times of year, situated on county road and railroad,
Board by the Day or Week.
ful to a tablespoouful every half democratic candidate for state school oil or lard the animals recover.
miles from Amity. This will be sold at a great sacrifice and divided to suit tion to the cities and towns, and the
superintendent, as principal and city
WILL LOGAN, Prop.
consequent depopulation of country
superintendent for the ensuing y-ear
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE-
NO. 2. ISO acres, 80 acres in crop, balance easy cleared, situated on county
Not the Firit Instance.
at a salary of SI,200.
road 3miles from Sheridan,
mile from school, splendid hop, grain or fruit land; districts. While there are unquestion
The citizens upon whom summons
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hail price $15 per acre.
In view of the present situation it
ably great evils resulting from the
is hereby given that the undersigned,
The outgoing county clerk of Ben-1 were served regarding the foreclos X ’OTICE
as sheriff of Yamhill county, state of Ore
NO. 3. 200 acres, 50 acres cleared, balance young oak and fir land, nice over-crowding of cities, not only in may be interesting and valuable to
Cut Give Him a Call.
and by virtue of a writ of execution to
ton county, B. W. Wilson, held that
uh * directed .dated June 12th, 1894, issued out of tbe
My Beiths are new and first-class in every re dream water, a splendid stock ranch, situated 3 miles from Sheridan ; price $7 per America but in most European coun give a statement in regard to the
circuit court of feaio county, in that foreclosure
spect. Ladies’ Baths and shampooing a special
suit wherein Mary Shuck was plaintiff and Dan
NO. 4. 100 acres all in cultivation, adjoining the city limits of Sheridan, fine tries also, it becomes a serious ques great railroad strike of 1877, its elected in June, 18G4. There is not day morning to prepare to defend iel Olis, Pliancy Otis, H. Rummel and L. H. Ba
ty'. I employ none but first-class men. Don’t
ker were defendant«, upon and to enforce the de
tion what would become of the ajm- causes and results. Iu the spring of another officer in Oregon whose term themselves. They jointly secured cree
forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel hop land ; price $35 pet acre.
made by said court in said suit ou the 29th
NO. 5. 30 acres, 15 acres clear, all lays fine to cultivate when clear,
of March, 1891. decreeing the foreclosure and
cultural population if competition 1877 the managers of the great rail of office has exceeded this, and it is the services of Ramsey & Fenton
sale of the real premises hereinafter described,
miles from Sheridan ; price $12.50 per acre.
were made still more fierce by in ways leading from the Atlantic sea probable that there is not a clerk in and will endeavor in case of the sale Mil, on the 14th day of July, 1894, at ten o’clock
a. id . of said day, at the court bouse door in Mc
very greatly the number of board to the west declared a reduc- j the United States wboseofficial term of the property tn have that part Minnville, in said county, sell at public auctiou
SHERIDAN LAND COMPANY. Sheridan, Oregon.
for cash ir. U. 6. gold coin, according to law, the
Manufacturesand Deals in
farm workers and producers. It is tion of 10 per cent in the wages of has exceeded thirty years.
tollowing described real premises, to-wil: .Situate
sold first which had not been sold to lu
ILAAC DAUGHERTY, Manager.
Yamhili county, state of Oregon, and bounded
a very grave question and cannot be their workmen, to take effect tbe
citizens here, and if that fails to sat as follows, to-wii Beginning ut a point 57.4 >
south and 96 rods and four feet east of the
settled merely by advising men to middle of July. The reduction was
isfy the mortgage then the land northwest corner of tbe donation laud claim of
and wife, being known upon the
establish themselves upon farms. If
bought by the citizens here is to be plats of the United States ah notification No. 1260.
I III'. Ui HIVM II l.l:
situate iu sections 32 and
SADDLES. BRIDLES, SPURS,
sold in order backwards to the way 33, in T. 4 8. R. 4 of W., and
and sections 4 and 5 in T. 5
Brnsh« a ami .-t ils them cheaper than I
can be consumed, when only a part vent its success. On the 16th of last mutton and is now out of the the purchases were made; i. e., the S. R 4. W. of the Willamette meridian, and run
ning thence east 37.61 chain«, thence south 5.97
they can be bought anywhere elie in I
of our arable land is under good cul 'July- the battle began. The cm-1 sheep business. This is a long time property of the estate last sold here chains,
thence west3.12^ chains; thence south
chains; thence west 34 37V» chains; thence
the Willamette Valley. Our all home
tivation by less than one-half of the ployes of the Baltimore A Ohio road
chains to the place ot beginning, con
I is to be sold first in ihe action of the
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
made nets ot harness are pronounced i
33 and acres, more or less, and also lota
people, what could we expect with left their posts and gathered such , an industry that is now only in its mortgage. This estate has been un taining
2, 7 and 8 or block No. 4 of P. W.
Unsurpassable by those who buy them |
’s second addition to the town of Mc
far more land under better cultiva strength as to prevent the running infancy in Oregon, should legislation der heavy mortgage for many yeArs, Chandler
Paid up Capital, $AO,OOO
Minnville, Yamhill county, 8tate of Oregon, and
tion by a great many more people? of trains and set the authorities at be favorable to it. In speaking of and yet it appears that the heirs and that said real premises will be so sold to obtain
Transacts a General Banking Business.
funds with which to satisfy the principal sum ot
£1,046.88 with interest on said sum at tne rate of
Bv greatly increasing the production, defiance. Militia was called out but
administrator have given warranty | ten
per cent per annum from the 29th day of
while at the same time decreasing was dispersed and the strikers were go right into the same business deeds to several tracts sold to citi- i March, 1894. and the sum of $100 00 a« attorneys*
I ii < President, -
and costs taxed at 922.50 and accruing costs,
the consumption and the number of masters of the situation until Presi- j
I zens, which is a serious mistake and said sums having been found due the plaiutitf
said Daniel and Filancy Otis by said decree,
consumers who are not also produ
I may cause much trouble.
i Dated June 12th, 1594
W. L. WARREN,
The state improvements of the
cers of farm products, it does not the scene and the blockade was
Sheriff of said Yamhill County.
AND AI.L KINDS OF
Board of Directors:
readily appear wherein the producer raised. A tumult occurred in Balti public mineral springs at Sodaville
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
I. W COWLES.
I FF. LAUGHLIN,
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT ♦ Fora
would be greatly benefited. But our more July 20th, the strikers were are now in course of construction.
vromut answer and un honest opinion, write to
« nifi o.'t.
wm C ampbell .
JI I NN
< <>.. who htve had nearly fifty veat s'
.1 I. ROGERS.
NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE.
Two violent earthquakes were felt
experience in the patent business. Communica
economic writers generally content routed, and nine killed and many The state owns an acre of land sur
tions strictly confidential. A llmitlbook of in-
fotumtion concerning Parent* and how to ob
themselves with deploring the ten
Sell Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Trans-
tain them sent tree. Also a catalOkiue 01 mechan
OTICE is hereby given that tbe undersigned,
ical and sc ientinc books sent free.
h rs on New York, San Franeisco and Portland.
as sheriff of Lamhill county, stale of Ore
N ’ gon,
dency to urban life, and urge the un strike had spread everywhere and springs and the last legislature ap eral people are reported killed.
Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive
Deports received subject to check. Interest paid
under and by virtue of a writ of execution
apuciai notice in the Scientific American and
dated June Utb, 18M issued out
Prendergast has been adjudged of the directed,
thus are brought widely before the public with
security. Collections made on all accessible
AU work fully guaranteed to give perfect satis
court of said county, lu that certain
out coat to the inventor. This splendid paper
wherein Mary A. Shaddeu was
issue t weekly, elegantly illustrated, has bv turtle
not insane, and his execution is set
man. Mrs. L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
largest circulation ot any scientific wars In too
nlafntlt!, and W. C. Arthur. Emma H. Arthur. P.
something which is already in excess ' and the Mississippi. Travel ceased, the work have planned a great deal i for to-day.
world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent free.
Wortman, a6 partners un
K. E GOFCHtR Holl's Old Jewelry Stand, 3d Street.
Building Edition, monthly,
a vear. Sinalo
>. F. GALBREATH.
der the firm name of Scroggin A Wortman, were
of demand at reasonable profit to I freight perished enroute and busi- more than the $500 will do, and the
cents. Every number contains beau
The Iowa republican state conven defendants, to enforce tbe decree of foreclosure
tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of now
and sale of the hereinafter deecrll<ed real prem
Calbreath &. Goucher.
the producer. The single-tax men 1 ness was paralyzed. In Pittsburg, next legislature will be asked to ap
houses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
tion was postponed from July 11th ises, made by said court in said suit on tbe 26th
latest designs and secure contracts. Address
T. *44, V44
L44V 14th MAX
MUNN & CO.. N ew Y ork ,
B koadwat .
March, 1894, will,
dav V UIUUIJ,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
to the 25th, on account of the strike. 1894, at one o’clock p. m. of «aid day, nt the court
their pet theory would bring about a j classes gathering in a mob to the already begun consists of a large
bouse door in McMinnville, in said county, sell
Debs’ order to strike was ignored at public auction for cash in United State* gold
satisfactory solution of this question. . number of 20.000, obtained complete summer house covering the springs.
coin, according to law, tbe following described
Baltimore, because the union was real premise« ordered to be sold by said decree
(Office over Braly’s bank.)
Proprietor ot Tbe McMinnville
Other political organizations, reli ' control of the city and for two days
and therein described, to-uit An undivided one-
not strong enough to hold out.
seventh (l-7j nart of, in and to tbe west half of
gious sects, temperance societies, i held a reign of terror unparalleled in
About 4,000 carloads will com
the donation land claim of Thomas J Yocom and
Tbe mail that left Portland June Elizabeth Yocom, bis wife, deceased, claim No.
etc., have each their own panaceas the country’s history. The union prise the shipments of oranges from
M c NHNNVIL i UE
52, T. 5 8. R. 5 W., in Yamhill county, state of Or
for this and other evils that afflict depot and all tbe machine shops and California for the past season's crop. 30th reached New York city July 8. egon, containing 320 acres, together with all the
interests of the nefendants in said west hall pf
we will send you
The American yacht Vigilant has said claim, and that said land« will be so bold to
Situated at the Southwest corner of the Fair mankind: but the main trouble with i other railroad buildings were burned. If we average the cars at 300 boxes
a Brilliant Gem
funds with which to satisfy «311.15 with
each and all is that they touch only One hundred and twenty-five loco 1 each,_ the total crop thus shipped I been beaten three times bj’ the Eng obtain
interest on said sum from the 26tMday of March,
ot unusual color, ?*URAl
the rate of ten per cent i*er annum and
r THS *IZE.
All sizes of first-class Drain Tile kept constantly one side of the question and perhaps
would reach 1,200,000 boxes, ■ or aj lish competitor Brittannia, compet- the sum of $50.00 as attorneys fees, and costs and
and a copy of
on baud at lowest living prices.
taxed at $29.and accruing costa
H E. COULTER. Prop.
i little more than one-fourth the crop . i ing in the firth of Clyde. Tbe waters found due the platntifl from W. C. and E. H. Ar-
‘'The Great Divide," so you can see
of SSI.' ij X’, with interest on
what a wonderful journal it is, pro
said sum from the date of said decree at the rate
owing from W. C. and
Goods of all descriptions moved and
vided you name the paper you saw this
E. H. Arthur to the defendants, Scroggin A WojV
that confront mankind in these clos-. lost and property to the amount of
Ù1- — It’s a real Jewel we’ll send you.
careful handling guaranteed. Collections
Paregoric is the popular drink in out of the proceeds of said sale. to be first paid
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real
"11 "ANTED—Pushing Canvasser of good ad-
— ADDRESS —
since the new roval baby’s Dated June 12th, Ib9i.
will be made monthly. Hauling of all
W L. WARREN.
i weeklv. Permanent position. BROWN BROS. Christian civilization.
I rection quelled by the troops of reg- this office.
THÈ GREAT DIVIDE. Denver. Colo. I kinds done cheap.
CO , Nurserymen, Portland, Oregon,
Sheriff of said Yamhill COWJtf»
Do Bee* Injure Fruit?
t NCLE SAM’S AK.MY.
What Could be Done iu Case War
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers five ceuts.
Kills all Pain
PHÆT0NS, BUGGIES and BABOUCHES
JOHNSON & NELSON
|—| ome S eekers , A ttenton
E. J. Qualey & Co
JOHN F. DERBY,
Truck and Dray Go.