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Yamhill County Reporter.
OREGON NEWS AND VOTES.
He found evidences of the complaint judgments of the courts are to be set I
The Marion county delinquent tax in every horticultural section of the aside by a single man who knows no
F. II. BIKMIlitT, l.dilorA Fropr.
state. At present no remedy is law, and who has not heard both sides
roll foots up $12,000.
J. G. ECKMAN, Associate i ditor.
known nor have specialists as yet of the ease, then farewell to all liberty, Indigestion, Impure Biood
Secretary of State George W. Mc
been able to determine the cause of to all justice, to all safety—to our na
Cured by Hood’s.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
the disease. Uprooting and destroy tional existence itself.
ing by fire is the only way to eradi
advertising rates .
P ortland ’ s new morning paper,
So far 3000 head of beeves have cate it.
Reading notice» in local columns 10 cents per
Sun, appeared above the horizon
line for flret week and 5 cent.- per line thereafter been purchased in Klamath county
The season when the selling of! for the first time Monday morning.
Display advertisement», annual rates, one inch
per month si; each additional inch 50 cents per this fall, prices ranging from 2i to 4
game birds is permitted by law- It is a bright looking, six-column
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding cents.
opened Monday, and will continue quarto, chock full of news and good
10 lines published free if tumished in time to
The Trask River toll road has one month.
b- current news. Additional matter lb cent' per
things. The instigators are a lot of
changed hands, Mr. Crowson having
The Pacific express company was unemployed printers, who have
disposed of his interest to Geo. F. robbed of $14,000 at The Dalles Sat
FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 1894.
united their energies in a co-opera
——— ———.. ..—... . i Burton of Ashland.
urday night. The agent went to the tive enterprise. The paper pro
Someone stole a church organ from I
T se prices of hogs have fallen1 a country district north of Salem one 11 o’clock train for the box, and took fesses to be politically independent,
it to the express office. During the ‘ and it remains to be seen on which
about $1 per 100 pounds since the night recently. The red-hot stove
brief absence of twenty minutes the side of the political hedgerow its in-1
Dew tariff bill took effect and the was left by the thieves.
box was opened and the money taken. dependence will be exercised. We
reciprocity treaties were abrogated.
The Salem woolen mills advertise The money was consigned from believe there is room in Portland for 1
Mr. D. W. Bridges
that they will pay out $3,000 for Portland to The Dalles National another morning paper, without i
D ies for the World’s fair medals
& Co.. Lowell. Mass. :
wood, $6,000 for wool and $40,000 for bank and the banking house of trenching upon anybody’s vested, “Dear Sirs:
—During the winter and spring I
will be completed this month, and
labor the coming year.
French & Co. In all, there was $12,- rights, and we shall be glad to see! have used a dozen bottles ot Hood’s Sarsapa
about Nov. 1st, stamping will begin.
rilla in my family, and I am quite sure we lure
Governor-elect W. P. Lord and his 500 gold and $2,500 silver coin. The the Sun score a grand success.
been greatly benefited by it. For years I have
Some time in February the medals
wife started last week on a visit to
been troubled with indigestion, accompanied
will all have been struck off.
their old homes in Delaware and ver. The express company is re Pittsburg will move heaven and|
sponsible for the loss.
earth to secure the next national
L et the Japs and Chinese alone. Maryland, to be absent several weeks. ’
republican convention. San Fran
Most assuredly as long as the small Gold excitement runs high in Ne-1
is also in the field for the houor, j
er dog, the favorite, the most civil halem. News from there is to the
to bear the expenses of all
ized and progressive is on top. The effect that ore taken from the ledge
shaking up of the Chinese empire
day he drove to the city with a load
means the spread of world progress The mines are on Rock creek.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
by sympathetic heart trouble, and Hood’s Sar- ,
and enlightenment. It will be time
Pay rolls and vouchers of the Ore of baled hay. As he did not return
saparilla has done me very much good. We ;
for other nations to interfere when gon Pacific for September amounted
The emperor of Russia is suffering have also given it to the children for Impure
blood and ringworms with very good results.”
the interests of civilization are in to nearly $7,500, and will be paid in his hired man informed a couple of [ from cancer of the kidneys, and may D.
W. B ridges , Pleasant Hill, Oregon.
jeopardy, and not till then
die at any time.
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsapa
full. During the month six thousand
rilla do not be induced to buy any other.
new ties were put in. Besides this and found it had been robbed of
Ex-President Harrison returned to
C onsiderably more than 500,000 the Santiam bridge and several others every useful article. The key of the Indianapolis Friday evening after a Hood’s Pills cure all Liver Ills, Biliousness,
bushels of potatoes, weighing 31,745 on the coast division were repaired. house was in the door, showing that campaigning tour of his state in Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. 25c.
if Overton had not entered and
tons, were brought from Scotland to
which he made twenty speeches,
There is but one locality on the
the United States in nine months, west side ahead of Corvallis in or robbed his ow" home someone else thirteen of them being delivered in as it continues to prosper by that
policy, it will not depart from it.
ending in .June, and this, too, not chard acreage and that is Newberg. had become possessed of the key one day.
withstanding a protective duty of 25 In the vicinity of that growing little
Ten thousand dollars reward is of Work on a limited scale has been re
cents per bushel on imported pota city may be seen 1,600 acres of trees, wagon can be found, but the load of
for the capture of the robbers sumed on the Panama canal. It. is ap
toes. This fact is set out in a report a very large portion of which is al hay has been found on a vacant lot
up a train on the Richmond, parently for the purpose of inducing sub
to the state department by United ready in bearing.— Corvallis Gazette. about three blocks from where he
& Potomac R. R. in scription to the stock of the new com
was last seen Monday, near the
States Consul Savage at Dundee,
On Wednesday of last week Mrs. corner of Belmont and Seventh Virginia on the night of the 11th and pany, rather than a real beginning of the
work of completing the canal.
took from it $50,000.
Soule of Marquam, Clackamas streets.
county, was driving a horse and
In the district court at Ogden, the
Jane and Charles Davis, husband
A letter received at the republic
buckboard, and the animal from
found Decamp, McConnell and ATTEMPTED BANK ROBBERY.
an headquarters, says a Washington
some cause ran away. The woman’s
tuted suit against the Southern Pa King guilty of an attempted train President of the Hillsboro Bank
dispatch, from one of the largest
Entertained in the Woods.
clothing was caught in one of the
wrecking during the A. R. U. strike.
wool commission houses in the wheels, by which she was drawn cific company and the Pullman Pal
, O r ., Oct. 16.—Last
ace Car Company for $10,000 dam
country, gives some very interest
from her seat and wound around the ages.
7. as Banker John W.
During the first part of
ing figures upon the condition of the
axle. In this awful position she was
of the Hillsboro
August, 1894, Mrs. Davis and her
American wool market since the pas
dragged quite a distance and the top
in the Utah penitentiary.
as usual, riding
sage of the tariff act. It is stated
of her head was literally torn off
that in fine wool and merino, which
knocking against stumps and other
when she retired to bed in the Pull of the series between J. A. R. ElliottI men sprang'out of the woods at a
constitute 75 per cent of the Ameri
obstacles. She was otherwise mangled
man car the employes of the company and Dr. Carver at Kansas City was j steep place where every cyclist dis
can wool clip, there has been a de
and presented a dreadful spectacle
agreed to wake her up when she got. won by Elliott on the 14th by a score mounts, and presented revolvers to
cline in price from 11 per cent to 16
to her destination. This they failed of 99 to 93. In addition to winning his temple and forehead. One man
per cent within the thirty-five days
to do, putting her and her baggage the decisive shoot, Elliott's record of behind suddenly blindfolded him
since the tariff bill passed and wool
1} miles north of town at mid 199 birds out of 200 in the last two firmly with a handkerchief. His
was put on the free list. The decline
telling her it was Roseburg. matches is something that will go arms were also bound and he was
on all kinds of wool since the advent
of the Cleveland administration and covery of the sum of $3,655.71. The A couple of tramps happened along down in trap shootingas miraculous. hurried into the woods, where his
the subsequent prospect of free wool complaint alleges that from January and assisted her to town. She, being
Thos. B. Reed of Maine opened the pockets were rifled of his purse and
in poor health at that time, sustained republican campaign in New York- bank keys. As his life was threat
has been over 37 per cent, and dur
injuries from the exposure and fright state Friday evening at the Cooper ened, he had to give the safe combi
ing that time the decline on fine
from which she has not yet recovered. Union. He was received with the nation, but assured them that as
wool alone has exceeded 40 per cent.
“Although wools are advancing in
wildest enthusiasm. He thinks as a there was a time lock on the bank
romance of war .
Europe,” says the communication, to the amount of $4360. He has re
political speaker for this campaign safe, they could not possibly get in
until the time expired. Two of the
“American wools are still going ceived from him but $704.89, and a
When Professor David Swing was his occupation is gone, as any argu-. robbers set out on the mission of
down, and that at a time when our
in charge of the preparatory class at ment by any speaker is unnecessary.
mills are the- busiest woolen mills in of receipts for taxes, leaving a bal Miami University two young men The case has argued and is arguing robbing the bank, and, after a few
hours, returned, vowing that as he
the world, for they have free raw ance due the plaintiff of $3,655.71. under his care were Carter B. Harri itself.
had given the wrong combination
material and the McKinley law pro
Bandits held up the Southern Pa
son, brother to Benjamin Harrison,
tection in operation until January 1, complaint might also have stated now ex-president and Joel Allen cific overland train a few miles west they would kill him, unless he would
that he has stood by Noland all
quietly come in person and open the
through the latter’s legal and politic Battle, son of Colonel Battle, of La of Sacramento on the night of the bank safe for them.
Vergne, Tenn. These young men 11th and secured $50,000 in gold.
They led him to the city limits, af
T he changes that have taken place al complexities.
were active, studious, exceptionally The robbers compelled the trainmen ter a walk of two miles, but he per
in the last quarter of a century in
bright and were fast friends. They to detach the engine, which they
the matter of railroad freights is on county, was sentenced to the peni continued their fraternal intimacy as boarded and rode off. After some sisted in saying that it was useless
thus summarized in an article in the tentiary for one year last Friday for they advanced to their classes in col distance they left the engine, re for him or any other man to try to
open a time lock until thtf proper
Scientific American: The all-rail rate the crime of stealing a bicycle in
lege, and when the war broke out versed the lever and returned it hour had arrived. So, again, two of
on grain from Chicago to New York, Salem. He pleaded guilty and pre they were sophomores together.
“wild” at the rate of six miles an
the robbers went to try the bank,
which was 70 cents per hundred sented to Judge Hewitt the following
With the beginning of hostilities hour. It collided with the baggage but returned after a time and said
pounds in 1869, is but one-third that pathetic appeal: “To the Honorable their spirits were aroused with mar car aud crushed in the platform.
they were satisfied it was a time
amount in 1894. The rate on live Judge of the Circuit Court:—I don’t tial zeal, and each resolved to go to
A gigantic postage stamp robbery lock, but stated that if ever they be-
stock and dressed beef was 95 cents think I have done anything bad his home and enlist for the war,
has Wen committed at the bureau of j came satisfied that it was not, they
in 1872 and 45 cents in 1894. The enough to be sent to the penitentiary though the sympathies of the one
engraving and printing, Washing would kill him on sight. All this
dry goods from New York to San for. The bicycle was left out doors
were with the north, and those of the ton. It is thought 250,000 stamps took until after midnight, audit is to
Francisco in 1860 paid $6.50 per 100 all night, and would probably have
other with the south. They talked of various denominations are missing. the credit of the robbers that they
pounds and in 1894 one-half that been stolen if I had not taken it. It the matter over together, each justi
The postmasters in all parts of the
sum. Carloads of fruit from Cali no doubt has taught the boys of fying his course of action, and then country, it is thought, have received provided the banker with one of
their overcoats around his shoulders,
fornia to the Atlantic seaboard cost Salem to be more careful in the fu embraced as friends and parted.
fewer stamps than they ordered, and and that they, after all, returned the
$4.20 per 100 pounds in 1869 and $1 ture. Salem is my home and has
Young Harrison returned to his failed to notice the deficiency. When keys of the bank and the purse which
per 100 pounds in 1894. Dry goods been ever since I have been deaf. I home in Indiana and enlisted in an
their quarterly reports are made up, only contained small change.
from New York to Chicago were held a position of trust at the deaf Indiana regiment, Battle going to his
the shortages may be found out. It
When the banker was liberated
charged $1.50 per 100 pounds in 1869, mute school for four years. This is home in La Vergne and thence to
will take weeks to discover the full and reached his house, he was very
75 cents in 1894. In 1869 the N. Y. my first offense and I hope your
the front with the Twentieth Tenn extent of the robbery.
much prostrated and had difficulty
C. R. R. averaged 2 cents per ton honor will give me the lightest sen
essee. Both were of valiant stuff, of
in giving an account of what had oc
per mile on all its traffic, while tence you can, because it would kill ardent temper, and made excellent
to him. The nightwatchman
the average now is 7 mills per ton me to stay in jail very long. I re
soldiers, fighting bravely when the posed of Great Britain, France, Ger cannot understand how so much com
per mile; the Illinois Central charges main S. B. Baxter.”
opportunity came to fight, but each many, and Russia, to join it in a ing and going could have occurred
have in like manner fallen from 2}
The contest over the control of the following his flag in ignorance of the
friendly intervention in the war be without his or others’ observation.
cents to 9 mills per mile, and the Philomath college, between what is fortunes of the other.
tween China and Japan. The invita The cashier, Mr. Merryman, declares
Louisville and Nashville from 3 3-10 known as the radicals and liberals in
■Without knowing it they were on tion will be declined. The declina everything was found as he had left
to 1 cent. Ocean freights have fallen the United Brethren church, which
opposite sides in the deadly battle of
in equal measure.
Wheat which grew out of the action of the general Chickamauga, one of the fiercest and tion will be based on the time-hon it. The bank vault was locked and
ored policy of this government to no article of consequence was dis
paid 13 cents per bushel from New conference of that church, held at
most destructive of the entire war. avoid any entangling alliance with turbed. Mr. Shute was told that it
York to Liverpool in 1869 is now be York in the state of Pennsylvania,
It was on the evening of September foreign powers. Acknowledgement would be well for him to say nothing
ing carried for 4} cents. Inventions, in May, 1889, has been decided by
3, 1863, after the battle, that Harri is made of what the invitation has to about the matter. The man who
machinery, and competition have the supreme court in favor of the son again looked upon the face of his
say about the desirability of the presented the revolver to his fore
liberals. The conference at York loved young classmate, a face that
restoration of peace, etc., but, in the head had a mask. It is evident to
adopted a revised confession of faith no longer gave answering smile to
polite language of diplomacy, it is the authorities that the gang was
I t is a mistake to consider the af by a vote of 110 for and 20 against. his own, but cold and still and pointed out that this country has so
green at the business, but it is not
filiation of the Louisiana sugar Of the number who voted against, 15 changeless the life blood gone from far managed very well by attending
known if any other clue exists as to
planters with the protection party as organized another conference, and it—the friend of his youth lying to its own business and that, so long
the identity of the assailants, i
a matter of sudden impulse inspired styled themselves the Radicals. dead on the battlefield. With pas
solely by resentment against recent They contended that the revised con sionate emotion young Harrison
democratic legislation. The upheaval fession was a departure from the lifted the dead body of his friend that
began in Louisiana t^n years ago original articles of faith, a violation he had chanced upon, and bore it
when that state was swept by a of the constitution, etc. It was there from the field; and then obtaining a
wave of enthusiasm for Blaine and fore an ecclesiastical question, and leave of absence he took it to La
protection to American industries. this decision agrees with former de Vergne to the bereaved family, saw
There is no doubt that Lousiana gave cisions by the supreme courts of it committed to the embrace of lov
ON TESTS OF
a majority for Blaine |or president Indiana and Pennsylvania. Its legal ing earth, and rode back to the war.
and Stevenson for governor, but as troubles have had a very damaging
Blaine failed of election little protest effect on the interests of Philomath
O regon needs population to de
was made agaiust the count by which college for several years.
velop her splendid resources. Every
Horticulturists say that the locality needs it, and should never
the verdict was reversed. Following
that campaign bulldozing and bland “black spot" is affecting trees cease to work for it. Advertise.
Analysis by the Chief Chemist of the U. S. Agricultural
ishments were employed, according throughout the state. It first at
Dep t proves Dr. Price s to be superior in leavening strength
to circumstances, to bring the recal tracted attention last year in Jack-
It is encouraging to learn that a
and purity to all other powders.
citrants into line, and as a last re son county and symptoms of the Portland syndicate purposes to re
sort the specter of negro power was disease were noted about the same deem the exposition building from
conjured up whenever another out time on the Sound. It has already the mortgages, and to assume the
cropping of republican sentiment made such inroads upon the orchards
was observable. But the planters of the northwest that the general
T his from the Salem Independent is
having learned how to control the government has interested itself in
Cab. in. per os
masses of the negro vote in behalf the matter and sent Newton B. good doctrine:
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder........................... i65
of democracy now feel that they can Pierce from the department of agri This pardon business is working irre-
do the same thing to pro culture to the coast for the purpose I trievable injury to the country. We be
The award of highest honors to
mote other interests.
Meanwhile of making a thorough investigation lieve in mercy—“blessed are the mer-
they have acquired useful allies in of the disease. Mr. Pierce is con ciiul”—but even mercy can sometimes
the workingmen of New Orleans, nected with that Section of the de be misapplied. We would like to be able
to do away with all suffering and punish
who went numerously for Blaine in partment of agriculture pretaining
ment, but we do not overlook the fact
1884, and who ever since without to vegetable diseases. During the that society must be protected—that the
at the World's Columbian Fair was the result of investigation
proper leadership or organization past six weeks he has been making a law of the land must be upheld, that
by the Government authorities and leading experts in food
have welcomed every opportunity to careful investigation of fruit trees in justice must be maintained. We be
products. It stamps Dr. Price’s as the best and strongest
get away from the democratic land Oregon and is now continuing his lieve in liberty, not license. Without
baking powder ever offered to the public.
duties in the state of Washington. law there can be no liberty, and if the
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder
Though we have sold an
enormous quantity since
yet goods remaining un
It’s our pleasure
Times are Hard
io supply ail
STOCK IS KEPT
want and are
entitled to the
what they want.
and Best the
Full and Complete
Dress Goods, Dry Goods,
Furnishing Goods, Cloth-
Goods should be
ing, Hats, Caps,
Boots & Shoes ever
At the Lowest Prices
A. .1. APPERSON
Real Estate Trainier».
Notice of Final Settlement
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
Week ending October 17th:
OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
O S P Turner and wife to W O W
as the administrator de bonis non of the Physieian and Surgeon,
estate of J. N. McDaniel, late of Yamhill county,
Shepperd 30 a pt O P Turner die
deceased, has filed his final account as Mich ad
t 5 r 5............................................ $1050 ministrator in the county court of Yamhill coun
ty, Oregou, and said court has set Tuesday, the
Clh day ot November, 1894, at the hour of ten
M c M innville , ore .
E R Hoag to Sarah E Hoag L a pt
I o’clock in the forenoon ot saiiTday as the time
J B Rowland die 13 r 4................
5 and the usual place of holding county court, at
the court house at McMinnville, Yamhill county,
E R and Sarah E Hoag to Herbert
Oregou. as the place for the hearing ot said linal
and any objections to the same. If any
D Hoag, same land as above.......
objections there be.
all persons interested In said
Wtn J Harris et al by W G Hender
estate are hereby notified to appear at said time
and place and show cause if anv there be why
son, sheriff to Edwin L Cady 78 a
320 ACRES AT $20 PER ACRE.
said estate should not be finally settled, said fina’l
pt of W S Ayers and John Bris-
account allowed and said administrator dis
bine dies t 2 r 3 .........................
2680 Dated this the 4th day of October, 1894.
100 acres in cultivation; good pasture for cattle,
J. W. HOBBS.
Abner V and Sylvia Nelson to Geo
two bouses, two barns and two orchards Will
Administrator de bonis non of said estate.
sell all or a part on easy terms, or will rent on
RAMSEY FENTON, Atty’s for said estate.
T and Mark Hutchcroft 30 a pt A
condition that renter buys team and farming
K Wright die t 3 r 4 and 5
implements. The above is a tiue farm situated
tour miles southeast of Davton. Boat landing
John M and Mary E Bunn to Wnt
and warehouse with cleaners less than one mile
H H Austin and Bertrand Willsey
L. H. BAKER.
lot in North Yamhill.................... 225
Box 10C, McMinnville, Or.
W G Henderson, sheriff, to G W
■ Hi CENTS A GALLON AT WHITESON
Jones and Frank Adams lots 3
NOTICE OF SHERIFF S SALE.
and 4 blk 2 Chandler’s add to
]V OTIC E is hereby given that the undersigned
ruit jellies .
■k’ as sheriS of Yambill countv. state of Ore-
W G Henderson, sheriff to Wm
Made by steam process on short notice. Bring f;on, under and by virtue of a writ of execution
Millsap lots 7 and 8 blk 9 John’s
«sued out of the circuit court of the state of Or
tn your apples ana be convinced.
egon, for Yamhill county, bearing date of Octo
add to McM. .............................
ber 5ih, A. D. 1894. upon and to enforce that cer
HUFFER & BELAT.
tain judgment and order of sale made bv said
Alvirus Matteson and wf to Eva E
court outheZCth day of March, 1894, in that cer
tain action therein pending, wherein John Jones
Hamrick 35 a pt R Matteson die t
was plaintiff and Joseph Wood aud Louisa Wood
were defendants, in which it was adjudged that
said plaintiff, John Jone«, recover from the said
Newberg Orchard Association to
defendants, Joseph Wood and Louisa Wood, in U
8. gold coin, the principal sum of Elghtv-one and
Mary W Carver lots 17, 18 and 26
43 100tbs dollars, aud Interest thereon from
Defines 75,000 more words and
blk 2 plat 2 of said association
March 23th, 1894, at the rate of ten per cent per
annum, and the sum ot 825.00 attorneys fees, and
costs and disbursements taxed at 827.85. aud
ary in the English Language.
for accruing costs, and ordering the »ale of the
N O Asso to Wm Ö Hipwell 9 lots
hereinafter described real propertv attached In
in blk 25 iu plat 1 of said associa
said action on the 15tb day of December. 1893. to
obtain funds to pay the several sums of money
tion grounds.................................. 2200
above stated, and accruing costs.
And whereas, on the 15th day of December,
N O Asso to Croeley C Phillips 10
to the English-speaking race. The most 1893. W. L. Warren, the duly qualified »u.d acrlug
lots iu blk 2 plat 1 of said associa
of YambiU county. Oregon, at that time,
learned men of this country and England sheriS levied
upon aud attached, in said action,
tion grounds.................................. 2500 have endorsed it, and to their verdict is duly
the following described real property belonging
Joseph Wood aud Louisa
C E Moore and wife to L M Parker
Lou numbered three (3) and four (4) and the
20 a pt sec 15 t 3 r 2..................... 1000
north forty feet of lots twenty-five (25; aud tweu-
John B and Juliette 6 David to Marg
ty-six (2C) of block C. Hobson’s addition to the
town of Newberg, in Yamhili couutv, state of
It is just the thing for everyone in want of a
aret J Carpenter lots 5 and 6 blk
coo<l comprehensive and reliable dictionary
Now therefore, by virtue of said execution,
9 Deskins add to Newberg .........
that is abreast of modern scholarship. It is
judgment and order of sale, and in pursuance of
destined to hold preeminence for many
W G Henderson, sheriff to Sidney
commands of said writ, I will, on baturdav,
years to come. Henceforward our old friends
the 17th day of November, ls94. at the hour of
Webster aud Worcester must take a back
A Burnett 120 a pt O P Turner
o’clock p. m. of wild day, at the court house
seat. Sold only by subscription at a price
door in McMinnville, Y'amhlll county, Oregon,
die t 5 r 5...'.............
sell sublect to redemption, at public auction, to
Fred L Little and wife and Chas L
the highest bidder for cash in hand, the above
described real property, to satisfy said judgment,
Smith and wf to J M Bunn parcel
Publishers’ Agent costs and accruing costs.
Dated this the 16tu dav of October, 1«94.
in North 'Yamhill.......................
W. G. HENDERSON,
Portland Trust Co to G W Nottage
Sheriff of Yambill County, Oregou.
40 a pt Francis P King die t 3 r 3. 500
T he Oregon Essential Oil Com
Portland Trust Co to AN Curtis 40
’s distillery at Lebanon has al
a pt Francis P King die t 3 r 3... 500
run off the product from seven
Portland Trust Co to Frances Maria
Barry 40 a pt F P King die t 3 r 3 500
DICTIQNAR V ; :
John Moore and wife to Hayne
A Grand Educator. *———1
distillery will start on turpentine, of
Holmes 236.88 a pt T L Gwinn
of tho ■ (
and Geo Phillips dies t 6 r 4 and 5 5500 which article it will produce the very
Chas Cline to Hannah E Cline lot 1
Standard of the
finest quality, equal to any in the !
U. 8. Gov’t Print
blk 24 Rowland’s add to McM . 200 market. The company is also poduc-
ing Office, the U.S-
FARM FOR SALE !
The Standard Dictionary
ing a very fine quality of rosin, which
will be put on the market, and this |
“During my term of service in the will stop importations of this article, j
An Old Soldier Hade Happy.
army I contracted chronic diarrhoea,”
says A. E. Bending, of Halsey, Oregon.
“Since then I have used a great amount
of medicine, but when I found any that
would give me relief they would injure
my stomach, until Chamberlain’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was
brought to my notice. I used it and will
say it is the only remedy that gave me
permanent relief and no bad results fol
low.” For sale by 8. Howorth & Co.
Wages of English and Belgium i
glass workers have been increased
22} per cent, since the democratic'
tariff went into effect. This is to off
set the 22} per cent, reduction suf
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