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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1894)
Additional Case* Docketed.
Till: RIVER INSPECTE».
Grocer Irvine is able to be about once
Tlie Land ot Promise
vic.Tllnnvlile Product Market.
I 77. State of Oregon vs W McKune.
Reported by L. E. Walker.
Is the mighty west, the land that “tick
’.Melted pebbles. What arethev’ Ask
Good houses to rent are getting to l>e a Jas McCain for plff, Irvine 4 Coshow Brighter Prospect than Ever for led with a hoe laughs a harvestthe El Good clean wheat................
it. Adequate Improvement.
and C C Linden for deft. Appeal.
a scarce commodity.
Dorado of the miner; the goal of the ag Oats........................................ . 20 @22,^
78. Eii T Branson vs Henry Gee. J
The presence of Senator Dolph and ricultural emigrant. While it teems with Butter ....
Dr. G. S. Wright and wife went to the
The First National is furbishing up on
Tost, chief of the engineering all the elements of wealth and prosperi Egga....................................... . 12>¿@15c
state fair Tneeday.
the interior this week.
corps, in the city last Friday, for the ty, some of the fairest and most fruitful Chickens................................ $1 50@3 00
Ex-sheriff arren is one of the gate
Willis A Davidson, the saloonists. have
purpose of conferring w ith citizen» re portions of it bear a harvest of malaria Turkeys ................................
keepers at the state lair.
dissolved, Willis staying in.
Jno J Spencer for pin. Action for money. garding fur'her improvement of the reaped in its fullness by those unprotect Ducks.....................................
l»r Tyler Smith and wife of Sheridan
Call and inspect the latest styles in
80. Commercial National Bank of Yamhill to this place, called forth con ed oy a medicinal safeguard. No one Potatoes................................
were in the city Wednesday.
cloaks and wraps, just arrived at Jacob Portland vs Phil Withvcombe et al. siderable enthusiasm on this all-impor
seeking or dwelling in a malarial locality Dressed Hogs.......................
tiotoDr G. S’. Wright for fine dental son ’s.
Ramsej- A Fenton for plff. Action for tant subject. Committees from the city is safe from the scourge without Hostet Veal.......................................
The officers of the Oregon grand Jodge money.
council, board of trade and Lincoln club ter’s Stomach Bitters. Emigrants, beai Baled hay, timothy..............
81. Henrietta A Poppleton vs H L accompanied these distinguished visitors this in ruin J. Commercial travelers so
F or K knt .—A five-room house, cen- ol
' F. and A. M. w ill visit this city on the
trally located and desirable.
Pratt etal. John T Wbally for plff. to Lafayette, the point in the stream journing in malarious regions should car
A. II. P ape .
which needs, substantially, all the im ry a bottle of the Bitters in the tradition
R. A. Merchant left for Crook county Foreclosure.
82. State of Oregon vs The First Na- provement necessary to make it naviga al gripsack. Against the effects of ex > Baled Straw.........................
to make himself a home on
Dr. A. T. Vial has moved into the yesterday,
tional Bank of McMinnville. Jas Mc- ble the year round to this city. A num posure, mental or bodily overwork, damp Mixed Chop.........................
of uncle Sam’s quarter sections.
Wright property on E street between one
ber of Lafayette citizens caught the in and unwholesome food or water, it is an j Wheat Chop.........................
Fourth and Fifth.
On Monday, Oct. 1st, and Wednesday, Cain for plff. Action for money.
spiration and went with the part?’ to the infallible defense. Constipation, rheu j Shorts....................................
10th, R. Jacobson’s store will be
Hot ¡a’anuts every day at Kun’s the
' closed until C p. m. on account of holiday. ville National Bank. Jas McCain for river. Government engineers are usual matism, biliousness, dyspepsia, nervous j Middlings.............................
plff. Action for money.
ly as non-cotnmunicative as an oyster, ness and loss of strength are all reme Bran........................... •........
A. II. Pape, the insurance man, has
All back subscriptions to the R eporter
84. Charity A Richardson ve R B but Major Post was found to be not only died by thia genial restorative.
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro-
must be settled during this month.
1 rented a house on Fourth street, east Hibbs et al. J J Spencer for plff, Ram
a very pleasantgentleman, but sufficient
duce, paring the highest price in cash
and will move his family here
FRO7I Tin; COLNTY FRESS.
Money to loan on good real estate by end,
sey A Fenton for deft. Foreclosure.
the market will justify. He will sell
A H. Pape.
you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
85 State of Oregon vs The Chehalem where he thought it best to put in locks,
den seeds as cheap as any other dealer.
John Bones, county assessor elect, , Valley Bans. Action for money.
J. L. Ballard is home from a vacation
if’tliey were ever put in. This was
Dr. Farnsworth who has been ill D street south of First National Bank.
86. State of Oregon vs Scroggins 4 where the lowest riffle in the stream
and is again ready for business at his old was in the city yeeterday looking for a
He also carries a full line of Graham in
I ' house to rent. He expects to move in Wortman. James McCain for plff. Ac- gently purls over a ledge of rock extend so long in this city, was transferred small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
: tion for money.
ing the entire width of the river, on the to the hospital in Portland last week. wheatlets, etc. Nursery stock a specialty.
In the photo art line, Hogg is away soon. His official term begins January
87. State of Oregon vs the Bank of Martin tract a short distance below the
Miss Libbie Cochran, who has been
ahead. His samples are not imported.
Newberg. James McCain for pl if. Ac- town. This, the major thought, afforded under treatment for deafness at
Lovers of tea should try “Sample
j tion for money.
the solidest foundation for permanent Hillsboro for some time past, came
Room” brand, 25c per pound at Millsap ■ livery barn of Gates & Henry Wednes-
88. Commercial National Bank of improvement, the banks being high, and
home on Monday, She is being ben- When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria»
is reported and locks and keys are in Portland vs Lars Gregerson. ltamsey & lieing the lowest obstruction, all riffles efited, however,
and will return When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Robert Habersham of Portland began order.
Fenton for plff. Action for money.
and falls above would be removed as
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
a survey of the Yamhill river at Lafayette
89. Commercial National Bank of barriers by being buried in the back wa
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Portland vs D F Stralim. Ramsey 4 ter. The probable cost, of course, was a
Wm. Gunning, one of Yamhill's
time manager here of Cornelius'lumber
Dr. Lowe, the optician, can be found i yard, and indicted for emliezzlement, Fenton for plff. Action for money.
feature upon which the major had noth substantial farmers who resides near
90. Commercial National Bank of ing to say. His adverse report sent in Bellevue, hauled to Geo. Briedwell’s
tn Dr. Wright’s office Friday and Satur was in the city yesterday seeking coun
Portland vs Thos W Perry. Ramsey & some time ago was not against govern warehouse at the station last week,
day this week. See him alxuit vonr eyes. sel for defense in his coming trial.
“Dressmaking” signs 25c ready printed
Fenton for plff. Action for money.
ment improvement of the river, but its 120 bushels of wheat at one load with
Money to loan on improved real estate
New styles of fall millinery are lieing
at this office.
improvement by private parties. Mr. two horses. Mr. Briedwell says he
by W. T. Vinton.
received by Mrs. I. 8, Fuller. The assort sey 4 Fenton for plff. Confirmation.
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real
Robert Habersham, in the service of the
Millsap 4 Cook made things unusually ment will be exceedingly attractive both
92. Catherine Baker vs Wm Roof et government, went down the river a few has never heard of a larger load being Estate Mortgages, etc., always on eale at
lively for a time last Tuesday by giving as to quality and quantity. Opening day
al. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Confirm days previous, accompanied by Mr. P. drawn by a single team. Gunning this office.
awaj’ a wagon load of w ater melons.
will be announced in the near future.
D. Glenn of this city. They found noth is a rustler and knows what hard
When you want anything in the jew-
H. Hewitt, one of the pioneer farmers
The deal haH been completed whereby
93. Sidney A Burnett vs Daniel Otis ing above the falls that would constitute work will do.
elrj’ line remember Wm. F. Dielechnei-
of Yamhill and a prominent farmer of II. M. Daniels takes the interest of J. S. et al. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Con
a serious obstruction to navigation, pro
Yesterday about noon as Uncle Ike der. He competes for quality and quan
Wheatland, was a business caller Fri-1 Martin in the Star mills. Mr. Daniels is firmation.
vided the water was deepened three or Robinson was entering his barn on a tity.
a practical miller and the good reputa
94. The American Mortgage Co vs C four feet, as it would be if the locks were load of baled hay. his head came in
Leave your order for a good, fat chick
A good many people both in and out tion of the Star brand will not sutler in D Chandler et al. Ramsey & Fenton constructed.
contact with a beam and was held en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street
of town find Will Kuns’ bakery a good
Besides counting the cost of river im from behind by the solid bales of hay. market.
95. Mary A Shadden vs W C Arthur provement, the government demands to
Gov. Pennoyer’s effort to make the
place to get a quick lunch during the
The result was a very extensive and
M eadow L ake —My team will leave
iiion hour. Everything is kept fre9h, banks disgorge unclaimed deposits, will et al. Ramsey & Fenton. Confirmation. know something of the extent of com
McMinnville Mondays, Wednesdays and
lie a good thing for district attorneys.
neat and clean, and prices are low.
96. I V B Nash vs W T Shurtleff et mercial traffic that will be affected there
They get twenty-five dollars for each bank al. Ramsej’ & Fenton for plff. Confirm by. To this end a committee from the started at a point square between Saturdays for Meadow Lake. Special
Mrs. W. I.. Warren is at Corvallis, be
trips when ordered. Round trip $2.
interrogated. Jim McCain will be richer ation.
board of trade has in preparation a re the eyes and torn loose in V shape
ing called by the illness of her son Ed,
Best fishing grounds in Oregon. Fine
by about $500
97. Bernard Groth vs A Diedrich et
who has the typhoid fever. He is re-1
health resort. Hotel accommodations
ported as mending, and will be brought ' W anted .—One carload of extra good al. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Con tion remarkable in the history of the through the eyebrows and laying reasonable. Plenty of boats. Board, $1
locality. Corporate interests antagonis bare nearly half the cranium. Dr. I per dav.
milch cows, not over four years old. firmation.
home as soon as his condition permits.
98. Delashmutt & Oatman V9 John tic to the contemplated improvement Taylor was called and adjusted the
Must stand test as for milk and butter.
R. B. H ibbs .
Three enrs of horses and household ' Half Jersey and half Shorthorn.
38-4 Grant et al. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. will not reveal statistics that would prove skin and fastened the same by means
effects belonging to three emigrants1
W. G. H opkins ,
of several stitches.
from Nebraska went up the road Wed
99. Mary Shuck vs Daniel Otis et al. therefore compelled to rely upon facts as dangerous, the doctor says it is the
The cylinder press upon which the
nesday. One member of the party was
W. L. Qualey, who went to Portland Ramsey 4 Fenton for plff. Confirma they observe them, and the conservative worst scalp wound he ever saw. Mr. R eporter is now printed is offered for
a nephew of W. G. Robbinsof Whiteson.
judgment of representative citizens. The
sale. It will be sold at a bargain.
yesterday, took with hitn a sample of tion.
160. Norwegian Plow Co vs R Reed report will show among other facts that Robinson took no anesthetic but
Rev. Harr}’ Boardman, pastor of the rock quarried in the foothills not far from
bravely stood the operation with
Board of Equalization.
Eugene Baptist church, will preach next , this city. His intention was to submit and Wm Hall. Irvine A Coshow for plff. the steamer Toledo navigated the river
seven months of the years 1893-4. That merely a sniff from the camphor
Notice is hereby given that the board
Sunday morning and evening at the Me-1 it for inspection to some of the experts in Confirmation.
101. Joseph Melotte vs James Wright. during the three and one-half months bottle.
of equalization of Yamhill county will
Minnville Baptist church.
He was j rock, to determine its value as a building
4 Fenton for plff. Motion for last past the actual record of the amount
meet at the court house on Monday, the
formerly a student in McMinnville col-! materia). To the eye of a novice it has
of freight billed for McMinnville and
8th day of October, 1894, and continue
the essential qualities, namely, strength, deed.
102. E V Dickey vs Walter Dickey et sent by boat to Dayton, is 238 tons; that
The feed pipe running from the | in session one week, for the purpose of
The Standard dictionary is the coming i solidity and tine color and works easily
Irvine 4 Coshow and C C Linden wheat in McMinnville is 36 cents per boiler to the engine, on the steamer i examining and correcting the assessment
one. It contains more words, fuller deti- [ ' under the chisel. Mr. (j. says there is a
ior pill. Partition.
bushel, and 3*X cents in Dayton ; that Aneita, bursted Monday morning. | rolls in any errors that may occur there
nitions and etymologv than any other, mountain of it.
103. A S Bible vs Edson Savage. the better rats thus obtained has in The steamer had been chartered by . on in valuation or description of proper
and has many new features not possessed
Ramsey 4 Fenton for plff. Motion for duced farmers as far south as Perrydale
NuKnr Beet Factory.
by other dictionaries. See 8. Haworth,
Jesse Edwards to carry brick to j ty, and for the purpose of transacting
in Polk county and as far north as Wa
any other business that may lawfully
Mr. Charles Grissen, who was in Port deed.
the Newberg agent, about them.
Butteville and she was coming up
Iu4. Martha Shadden vs C A Blaue et pato lake in Washington county, to haul
come before the board, and all parties
land last week partly on that business,
George Kauffman. kee[>er of the
for the second load when the acci-: interested are requested to appear before
met Mr. K. G. Korn, president of the al. Ramsey & Fenton for plfl. Motion to Dayton and Lafayette with four-horse
Masonic cemetery, says there are 104
teams and trail wagons the products of dent happened. No other damage said board at said time and place and
company recently chartered in Oregon for deed.
burial lots in the tipper end of the tract
105. L Root vs W J Harris et al. their farms for shipment; which they had was done except several men were show cause, if any, why their assess
for the purpose of engaging in the man
that can never be used. They are crossed
& Coshow for plff. Motitn for not done for fifteen years before; that frightened to the point of jumping ments should not remain as placed upon
ufacture of sugar from beets
by a solid ledge of rock, hard as flint,
more grain was produced in the county into the river.
It is reported that the roll. Do not neglect to examine your
there is no doubt but that the company deed.
aliout three feet below the surface
106. Vit Davenport vs C A Martine. this year than in any previous year; she was carrying 190 pounds of assessment, as the assessor has no power
means business. He wa6 shown the
A couple of young women driving original invoice of machinery for the Irvine 4 Coshow for plff. Motion for that there is now stored in the ware steam, while she is only tested to to correct any errors after the meeting of
north on B street Saturday e- cning, plant, bought in Erfust, Germany, on deed.
houses and mills of this city, 110,000 130.
headed for the hop fields, uligbted very [ which an advance of $53,000 had been
107. Moore, Ferguson & Co vs M W bushels of wheat and 26,000 bushels of
Dated this 7th day of September, 1894.
unceremoniously from their vehicle bv j made, and the machinery is expected to Tailman. Irvine & Coshow for plff. Ac oat6, awaiting shipment by boat as soon
F. M. Y ork .
the parting of the reach, which let the arrive in New York some time in Decem tion for Money.
as the stage of water shall permit navi
J. J. Wood is now shipping from 36-5
front wheels out. No serious damage re ber. The outfit will cost somewhere in
108. In the matter of the assignment gation ; that McMinnville’s aggregate two and a half to three tons of cu
Vote of Thanks-
the neighborhood of a quarter of a mil of Fuqua & Sons. James McCain and tonnage of freight forwarded and freight cumbers to Portland each week.
McMinnville camp, Woodmen of the
J E Magers for plff. Assignment.
received in 1890 was 11,526 tons, as
Jonathan Stout delivered a flue veal lion dollars.
Although a good many of his vines World, desire to extend a vote of thanks
109. Commercial National Bank of shown by the following carefully pre
to Matthies Bros, last week. It was live | What the probabilities are for Mc
were killed by the high water, he ex to Newberg and Salem camps for their
months old and dressed 312 pounds. Minnville to secure the location of the
to get out whole on his enter presence and services at the unveiling of
made at that time :
They had one from A. M. Waddle a factory may depend largely upon how 4 Platt. Foreclosure.
maybe make something be the monument of neighbor E. W. Funk.
short time previous said to be three badly we want it. President Korn has
Also a vote of thanks is extended to the
months old that dressed 230. Both were made arrangements with McMinnville Ramsey & Fenton for plfl’. Motion for McMinnville. .......7648
quartet and Rev. H. A. Denton for their
Grange to meet the farmers of this vicin deed.
111. American Mortgage Co vs John Wbiteson..... ..... 900
Christian View is the name of the new ity on the first Saturday in October,
Wisconsin when he came, some seed kind and valuable services. By order
Amity........... ..... 2600
of McMinnville Camp No. 128.
church paper started in Portland to sup
of a variety of corn that has proved
Other Points. ..... 1770
T. J. B ridgeford , Clerk.
ply the northwest field. The initial num for consideration. There are likely to be for plff. Motion for deed.
a success in that country and which
ber appeared last week. Rev. H. A. a number of competitors in the field, but
Adding to the statistics of 1890 25 per he has so tar succeeded in maturing
Denton pastor of the McMinnville Cbrist- from what we can learn of the nature of Kune et al. Ramsey & Fenton lor più'.
C. C. Scroggin, guardian to
cent, which will be conceded a fair esti.
tian church, is the editorial writer. The the beet sugar industry, we are not han Motion for deed.
and fanning implements
113. E H Disbrow vs W H Caine et
dicapped in a contest with other towns
publishers are Rhodes 4 Hawk.
for T. J. Scroggin, a minor, granted.
in the Willamette valley. The question
Estate of Daniel Johnson deceased.
Two small children of Alex Spencer
following figures for 1894 :
corn has done equally well.
of transportation is one of importance, for deed.
of appraisers filed and ap
took a hasty ride down B street Tuesdaj’ but the fact that there is an open river
114. Full and Trunk vs William Bond McMinnville......... 9560
proved. Estate is appraised at $16,800.
North Yamhill Record.
in a road cart. The cart in which they to McMinnville during the winter et al. Ramsey 4 Fenton for plff. Motion Davton................... 6011
were riding was broken to pieces, but months, when the output of the factory for deed.
J. E. Todd, manager of the Kay &
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
fortunately the children were not injured would likely lie moved overcomes any
115. Timothy Goodrich vs M W Tail Briedwell’s........... 2500
Todd firm of this city, has moved
so but they were able to ride home on objection on that score. Abundant and man. Ramsey 4 Fenton for plff. Mo Sheridan, (est.)....6250
Other Points......... 2212
the back of the horse that ran away with cheap fuel we have. Soil and climate tion for deed.
Physieian and Surgeon,
house on Station street.
116. Sidney A Burnett vs V B Latham
1 peculiarly adapted we have in abun-
On Friday evening Senator Dolph ad-
The challenge issued by the Wright A I dance. What we probably have not, et al. Ramsey 4 Fenton for plff. Mo
dressed a fair audience at the opera Phil Messner's barn, report having
M c M innville , ore .
Skinner threshing crew to play a game an<l what no other locality in the valley tion for deed.
117. W D Wright vs William T house. He reviewed the marvelous struck natural gas last week in such
of ball with any other crew in the county, can probably offer, is limestone. It is
has been accepted by the Scott 4 Thomp used in quantities of hundreds of tons, Wright et al. Ramsey 4 Fenton for plff. growth of the country since its settle- quantities as to show quite a flame
NOTICE TO CREBITOK».
inent; noted the depressed condition of above the surface when a torch w’as
son crew of Carlton, and the game will and would probably have to be shipped Motion for deed.
is hereby given, that the undersigned
118. William Moor vs J K Conner et business compared with two years ago applied. Wonder if we are in the VfOTICE
occur at the fair grounds tomorrow. An from eastern or extreme southern Ore
has been appointed by the county court of
al. Ramsey 4 Fenton for plff. Fore when he last visited the state; would not f very heart of a big oil district and Yamhill county, state of Oregon, administratrix
admission fee of 15 cents will be charged; gon,
of the estate of Peter P. Gates, latetjf said county,
discuss the causes, bift would encourage | don't know it?
The growing of beets for sugar, uuder closure.
deceased, and that she has duly qualified as such
The Newberg fair will lie held the first conditions where fifteen or twenty tons
Therefore, all persons having claims against
James McCain and J E Magers for plff. viewed the work of securing appropria
said estate are hereby notified and required to
four days of next week. In many re per acre can be raised and a price of five
them, with the proper vouchers therefor,
tions for the Columbia, Yaquina bay and
me at my residence at Lafayette, in said
spects it will be a decided success if the I dollars a ton realized, ought to be profit
Lots of hop widowers around to
county and state, within six months from the date
120. Thos T Notson vs Easel Mays et coast lighthouses; the opening of rail
weather is right. It comes at a time able business for farmers. That is the
of this notice.
al. J E Magers and Jas McCain for plff. road and wagon road grants to settlement town. Most of them were loud in Dated. September 7th, 1894.
when much of the hop picking will be
R amsey ¿ l F enton ,
ELLA J. CrATES,
and the perfec'ng of title to donation
Att’ys. for said Estate.
done, and people will be at leisure to J have received heretofore, but whether
121. Reuben Gaunt vs S F Harding. land claims. He spoke of the import
come together and behold the gathering j with the removal of the bounty on do
J E Magers and Jas McCain. Confirma ance of the construction of the Nicara fields they were seen picking their;
of the abundance of the land, the pro-! mestic sugar the price will be maintained
gua canal, and had always favored it, teeth in front of the hotel.
gress in stock breeding and tie skill of' remains to be seen.
The following general forms are always in stock
notwithstanding reports to the contrary.
C. B. Lafolett has purchased a: and
the race track. Better see one daj’ of it,
for sale at the Reporter office :
three-fourths interest in the general j Warranty Deeds
Keal Estate Mortgage
Having closed my business in Mc- islands under the government of the
Notice is hereby given that the ac Minnville preparatory’ to going away, it
merchandise store of Mr. Hendrix of Quit-claim
Monday evening. Sept. 23d, at 7:30
Bond for Deed
L riited States, and believed a majority of
o’clock, a meeting will be held at the counts of Willis A Davidson, accrued becomes necessary to close up all book the American people desired it. On the Amity, and will shortly move | Farm Lease
Blank Notes and Receipts.
residence of J. A. Buchanan for the pur prior to Sept. 21st, 1894, have been pur accounts at once. Those owing me will ■ subject of Yamhill river improvement be over there. Byron's many friends We carry a large stock of stationery and are
to do Job printing of every sort in the
pose of reorganizing the Chautauquan chased by me, and that the same are please take notice and govern themselves ' thought the government would soon be regret to see him leave Sheridan, prepared
best style of the art and at low figures
Literary and Scientific Circle of Mc
accordingly, as settlement will have to able to devote more attention and money but wish him good luck in his new
N. K. D avidson .
Minnville. AH that are interested in & Fenton.
lie made without delay.
to the lesser streams as fast as the great lecatioa.
the movement and would like to take a
L. B ettman . | er ones are cared for. With increased
Notice to Creditors».
In Childhood’s Happy Day*.
good course of reading are invited to be
C. G. Wallin, the blacksmith, having
Yamhill took the premium for the test t
present. The C. L. 8. C. includes a
Among the incidents of childhood that
Abriast of m Timts. DICTIONARY
good course of reading, called the Eng-: disposed of his business in this place,; arranged display of fiuitat the state fair, river and harbor appropriations. Ore stand out in bold relief, as our memory
A tir and Edncaler.
S uc < x » sot of the
lish, American, Greek and Latin years, j and wishing to close out all his out and Jackson walked off with the ribbon gon already had secured one-fifth of the reverts to the days when we were young,
This is the English year and will include standing accounts, has placed the same for the best display of fruit. There is no amount designated for this purpose, and none are more prominent than severe
Standard of the
English history aud English literature. in our hands for collection. All persons glorj- for Yamhill in that kind of a vic other states are becoming jealous. He sickness. The young mother vividly re
U. S. Gov’t Print
knowing themselves to be indebted to tory. There maybe a lesson in it though.
ing Office, the U.8.
Now is a good lime to begin.
Supreme Court and
him will please call at our office, at once, If the proud old county of Yamhill believed our river would get its share in Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and
of nearly all the
The effect of hop picking on the school
and settle their accounts, therebj- saving wishes to retain her supremacy long, she time, and gave us great encouragement in turn administers it to her offspring
population was very noticeable at the
costs to themselves.
will Have to get up an enterprising rustle, j
and always with the best results,
opening of school Monday morning,
R hodes 4 R hodes .
sale by S. Howorth & Co.
dent of Schools,
when only 174 pupils put in an appear
The Southern Pacific company an- -
and other Educa
A Good Tiling to Keep at Hand.
ance. The school population of the town
tors almost with
nounee that they will issue, effective-: George Vinton says he has noticed
From the Troy (Kansas) Chief.
is nearlv 400. The board of education
A double house and lot nicely situated
Some years ago we were very much September 1st, 1894, a special rate on ’ that wheat put in on summer fallow
regrets having begun 90 soon, and say
in West Portland, for improved farm land subject to severe spells of cholera mor hops in car loads, minimum weight of1 when the dust flew, generally brings a
“ ease with which the eye finds the
that next year they will have the term
bus ; and now when we feel any of the 12,000 lbs., of $1.70 per 100 lbs. from good yield. That mean. that early sow * “ word sought, for accuracy of deflni-
in Yamhill county. Address owner,
open about October 1st. The enrollment
“tion, for effectlvo methods in lndl-
W alter J ohnson ,
symptoms that usuall precede that ail Oregon terminal and intermediate points ing is the be§k
“eating pronunciation, for terse yet
has increased all the week and will be
571 E. Ash St., Portland, Or.
ment, such as sickness at the stomach, to Missouri river, Mississippi river, Chi
“ comprehensive statements of facts,
much larger next Monday. It now stands
“ and for practical use as a working
diarrhoea, etc., we become scary. We cago and points common therewith,
as follows: Cook school: Boom No. 1,
“dictionary, ‘ Webster's International'
Notice to Creditors.
For a lame back or for a pain in the
have found Chamberlain’s Colic, Chole Cincinnati, Detroit and common points,
L. H. Baker, 12; No 2, Mrs. Matthieu.
“ excels any other single volume.”
Notice is hereby given that we have ra and and Diarrhoea Remedy the very Pittsburg, Buffalo and commou points, side or chest, try saturating a piece of
and New York. Boaiou and Atlantic sea
20; No. 3. Miss Fagenkotf, 28; No. 4, Miss
The One Great Standard Authority,
employed J. W. Hobbs to settle up our thing to straighten one out in such cases, board common points. This is nearly a flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm
So waxes Hon. D. J. Brower, Jusuoe U. S.
Baker, 3?; to>l, 92. Cplumbus school:
books and accounts. Persons knowinc and always keep it about. We are not 2» per cent reduction, and will be of and binding it onto the affected parts.
Grammar grade,L A. Buchanan, 29 ; 5th
themselves indebted to us will please writing this for a pay testimonial, but to great benefit to the hop growers of Ore This treatment will cure any ordinary
C. MF.P.RIAM CO., Publishers,
and 6th grade, Mise Peters. 15; 4th grade,
The Southern Pacific company case in one or two days. Pain Balm also
Springfield, Mass., U.S.A.
call on him at his office in Union block let our readers know what is a good gon.
recognize the fact of the present low ' cures rheumatism. 5 j cent bottles fur
Miss Mann, 14 ; 3d grade, Miss Scofield,
Send to the publishers for free pamphlet,
thing to keep handy in the house. For prices for hops, and are willing to help
over Jacobson’s store and settle.
a.“ Do not buy cheap reprints of ancient editions.
18 ; 1st and 2d grade, Miss Green, 25; to
sale by S. Howorth i Co.
the situation by reducing freight rates. 1 sale by S. Howorth Co.
G albreath A G occhek .
Why Don't you Use One of those-
On which to haul your
JONES á 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 U6e the ‘'Minnie” Binder you
will be happy. Call and examine our Stock.
JONES & ADAMS, 3d St., McMinnville.
For Fall and Winter, Just Received.
Is one of the Finest ever brought to the City.
Boots & Shoes
All Goods Will be Sold at Prices to
Correspond with the Times.^tr^'^r
I »ED FRONT
Wants to furnish Everybody with
All Fruits in their Season
FOR TABLE AND CANNING PURPOSES.
AU Orders will ba filled promptly
MASON CANNING JARS
To put them in.
As Cheap as can be obtained in City.
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
Campers Outfitted with Good Lunches
C. M. WEED, AT %dont.
All kinds of Fine,
old Watches re
paired and made
to run as good
as new at
D. A. SMITH'S
¡N UNION BLOCK.
Across the Street
from his old
All kinds of Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry for sale at
hard times prices.
W. G. HENDERSON.
C ity S tables ,
(Third Street, between E and F.)
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors
S. WILSON» manager.
Everything fir6t-claBB. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
Travelers Conveyed to all pointe at most reasonable rates Give ns a call.
W. J. CLARK, D.D.S
Graduau Cnlversity of Mioh.
Has opened an office in Union Block, Room 6,
and it prepared to do all work In the dental line.
’ROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
Uart.T M ethod or P ainli «* C mtraction
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