The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, November 09, 1894, Image 3

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    Baz Hibbs moved down from the lake
;♦
last week.
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Why Don't you Use One of those
Go to Dr. G. S. Wright for fine dental
Byron Millsap has moved into Shell
■work.
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Hawley’s house.
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The rainfall for October at this place Two young men are keeping bache­
was 5.70 inches.
lor’s hall in the old pest house.
Go to Hogg's Excelsior studio for your
A 14-pound son was born to the family
photos No etairs to climb.
of J. N. Wisecarver on the 1st inst.
E. L. Weed will ship a carload of pota­ The treasurer’s call and notice of ‘
toes to-morrow.
■ feathers’ examination appear in this '
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J. P. Irvine has some extra fine syrup 1 issue.
On which to haul your
Lumber from
in the barrel Bring your buckets and
There is a boom in marriage licenses
*
try it
I this week. Sixteen were issued during
D. O. Durham has had the misfortune I October.
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to chop off his thumb while splitting
The ground is in splendid condition for
wood.
seeding, and many farmers are improv­
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I
Will Kuns has hot peanuts every hour ing the opportunity.
of the day.
Subject of Sunday morning discourse
AT^
For the House you are going to build ?
Both the attendance and the interest at the Christian church : “The Work of
are good at the meetings being held the Holy Spirit in Conversion and Salva­
-o-
nightly at the M. E. church by the pas­ tion.”
tor.
An effort is making to organize a foot­
Wm. F. Dielscbneider, the leading ball team. The football has been pur-
And as you pass their Store
jeweler, carries only first-class goods and chased and the first kicking will be done
stop and get your
sells below Portland prices. Look at his ' Saturday on the bicycle plaza.
stock.
The D street market is sparing no
At W. T. Vinton’s residence at high pains to please its customers, and has
noon Wednesday, Maud E. Bowman of J lately presented a variety of delicacies,
The Sale will Commence
Newberg and Frank A. Kinney of As­ such as venison, bear and trout. They
toria were united in marriage by Rev. mean to keep up with the procession, and
may yet secure a buffalo. Watch this
Elmer E. Thompson.
A good mauy people both in and out stand for good things in meats
The marriage of Pratt K. Sitton and
of town find Will Kuns’ bakery a good
place to get a qnick lunch during the Miss Mabie E Wisecarver was solemn­
and will continue until further notice is given.
You can have your house completed in time to
noon hour. Everything is kept fresh, ized by Judge Magers last evening at the
cut your hay with a 'Woods Tubular Steel Mower,
home of the bride’s parents a few miles
This will be the greatest sale ever made in the state, as the prices have
neat and clean, and prices are low.
and then if you use the “Minnie” Binder you
will be happy. Call and examine our Stock.
Surveyor Branson is engager! this week northwest of the city. These are estim­
already been reduced from IO to 15 per cent on former prices.
in subdividing the J. B. Walling place able young people, who take this step
near Amity for Ladd & Reed. He is as­ with the best wishes of a host of friends.
Mrs. C. W. Talmage received a tele­
sisted by Al. Foster, Thos. Rogers and
JONES & ADAMS, 3d St., McMinnville.
gram Monday that her father was dying.
J. C. Hoover.
DISCOUNTS
AS
FOLLOWS:
For a good watch for little money, go The telegram came from Eugene, but did
All kinds of Fine,
to Wm. F. Dielschueider, the leading not state where her father was. She has
D. A. SMITH’S Across the Street
DRY GOODS
since been unable to learn his where­
Difficult and •
from his old
jeweler.
—NEW—
abouts, and hence could not go to him.
old Watches re­
stand.
CLOTHING AND MACKINTOSHES
The ladies of the C. P. Church will He is supposed to be somewhere in the
paired and made
serve an oyster supper the evening be­ Alsea country.
AU kinds of Watches, Clock«
to run as good
HATS
fore Thanksgiving. Oysters will be
and Jewelry for sale at
as
new
at
hard times price«.
served both raw and cooked.
COLLEGE notes .
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICC.
GENTS
’
FURNISHING
GOODS
È>
Go to G. Maurer’s meat market on
The entertainment Friday night was
Third street for a nice dressed chicken
CLOAKS AND WRAPS
well attended by an appreciative audi­
for your Sunday dinner.
ence.
BLANKETS
There will be an examination of teach­ The Philergian society held a very
ers next Wednesday, the 14th
Take interesting meeting Saturday night. The
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
TRUNKS AND VALISES
notice and be governed accordingly.
address delivered by Mrs. Brownson was
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1
MILLINERY
The time to buy bicycles cheap is excellent. Hon. Wm. Galloway will ad­
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y
when they are out of season. See Un­ dress the society next Saturday night.
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ruh about prices. He is making a fall
The sophomore class is fully abreast
clearance sale.
with the times, having adopted class
Mrs. P. M. Scroggin, wife of the late colors and a class yell. The class meets
P. M. Scroggin of Sheridan, died at the every two weeks, at which time a pro­
»•
W. L. Douglas Shoes, 10 per cent.
Red School House Shoes, 15 per cent.
asylum in Salem on Wednesday. Her gram consisting of essays, recitations,
»
remains were taken to Sheridan for in­ etc., is given. The other college classes
C. M. Henderson & Co’s Men’s 1OOO Line, 10 per cent.
would do well to follow this example.
terment.
»
Politics have been discussed, some­
Rubber goods, 5 per cent.
Buy for cash and sell for cash is J. P.
what,
by
the
students;
most
of
them,
Irvine’s motto.
44-2
■
however, agree with the verdict delivered
STAPLES—Such as Sheetings, Canton Flannelsand Calicoes,—no discount.
»
Charles Riggin, an Irishman aged 70
by the majority of voters of the several
years, who has lived about North Yamhill
-
states.
for a short period, was taken to the asy­
Probate Court.
lum Saturday by Sheriff Henderson. Hie
insanity was brought on by his age, early
Guardianship of Mack Stewart et al.
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habits, and the buffetings of a cold and Annual account approved.
►
Sorghum Molasses
selfish world.
Guardianship of Frank L. Stewart.
Call and inspect the latest styles in Annual account approved.
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cloaks and wraps, just arrived at Jacob­ Guardianship of Frank T Tolson et al.
5th annual account filed and approved.
son’s.
and Maple too
Estate of Alexander McKinley. Final
The ladies’ guild of the Episcopal
account
filed
and
Dec.
8th
set
to
hear
church will give a chrysanthemum tea at
the residence of Mrs. E. C. Apperson on same.
A
Estate of Thos. Roberts. Second an­
ISTice; Sweet 3XIa.clce:re;l
Friday, Nov. 16, from 7 to 10 p. m
nual
account
filed
and
approved.
Everyone cordially invited.
Estate of Thos. S. Hawley. 26th
Mrs. John Redmond has so far re­ semi-annual account filed and approved.
HAUNTED!
License« to Harry.
Association has been duly called by the Are YourChildreu Subject to Croup?
covered from diphtheria that she is out
Cranberries and Crackers
Estate of A. C. Martin. First semi-nn-
Oct.
30th,
Richard
Robins,
age
29,
and
board of directors of said association to If so you should never be without a
of bed, but the child is reported to lie no nnal account filed and approved. Peti­ A haunted house in these practical
Mrs.
Laura
Boyer,
age
22.
meet
at
Elsia
Wright
’
'!
hall
in
McMinn
­
bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
better with not much hope for its re­ tion to sell personal property allowed. and unromantic days is something of a
Nov. 2d, F. H. Storey, age 25, and ville, Yamhill county, state of Oregon, It is a certain cure for croup, and has
covery. Later—The child, Effie, eight
rarity,
but
an
individual
haunted
with
Estate of Henry B. Newby. Final ac­
Adella F. Leavitt, age 22, of Newberg.
on the 12th day of November, 1894, at never been known to fail. If given free­
years old, died Wednesday night.
count filed and Dec. 8th at 1 p. m. set to the idea that his ailment is incurable is
Nov. 2d, N. K. Davidson, age 23, and one o’clock p. m. of said day, for the pur­ ly as soon as the croupy cough appears it
a personage frequently met with. Dis­ Lena Baker, age 20, of McMinnville. pose of devising ways and means of
Autumn weather brings up thoughts of hear same.
will prevent the attack. It is the sole
doughnuts. Nice fresh ones can be had
Estate of David Moll. Final account belief in the ability of medicine to cure Married last Friday by Justice Rhodes.
raising money to pay the debts of said reliance with thousands of mothers who
See Our Handsome Line of Semi-Porcelain Ware.
at Kuns’ bakery.
allowed and executrix discharged and is only a mild form of monomania, al­ Nov. 5th, Nilse Pearson, age 24, and association, and if it be deemed advisa­
have croupy children, and never disap­
though in eome cases repeated failures to Ida Anderson, age 28, of Carlton.
The city council held a meeting Tues­ her bondsmen exonerated.
ble to so, to authorize the dissolution of points them. There is no danger in giv­
Estate of I. N. McDaniel. Final ac­ obtain relief from many different sources
Nov. 6th, F. H. Coffeen, age 34, and said association and the settling of its ing this Remedy in large and frequent
day evening, at which all members were
We Handle Only First Quality Goods.
business and the sale and disposing of doses, as it contains nothing Injurious.
present except Councilmen Jones and count allowed, administrator discharged would almost seem to justify the doubt. Lenora Smith, age 19, of Carlton.
Hostetter
’
s
Stomach
Bitters
has
demon
­
and
bondsmen
exonerated.
Nov. 7tb, O. L. Landingham, age 25, its property and the dividing of its capi­ 50 cent bottles for sale by S. Howorth.
Rummel. But little important business
Estate of E. M. Adams. Objections to strated its ability to overcome dyspepsia, and Jessie E. Illingsworth,age 16, of Mc­ tal stock in such manner as may be
was transacted. Steps are being taken
constipation, liver and kidney trouble,
deemed proper, and each stockholder of
College Entertainment.
Minnville.
looking to the repair of the road from the semi annual account filed.
W. J. CLARK, D.D.S
malarial complaints and nervousness,and
Estate
of
Keziah
Hastings.
Will
of
Nov. 7th, Alex. Hudson, age 30, of said association, (it being a corporation)
depot to the river.
The
Philergian society of McMinnville
Graduate University of Mich.
its
recorded
achievements
in
the
curative
J. P. Irvine has bought a car of oil Keziah Hastings, deceased, admitted to line ought at least to warrant its trial by Pendleton, and Emma Miller, age 25, Is hereby notified to be present at eaid college will give an entertainment in the
college chapel, Friday evening, Nov. 16,
which will arrive this week; then look probate upon proof taken in open court. any one troubled with either of the this county. Married at clerk’s office by meeting and to participate therein.
Has opened an office in Union Block, Room 6,
Elmer P. Dixon and Wiley G. Hastings
Done by order of the board of directors consisting of two dramas, The Ugliest of
Judge Magers.
out for a bargain if you want any oil.
and la prepared to do aU work in the dental line.
appointed executors without bonds. Paul above ailments, even although his pre­ Nov. 7th, Frank Kinney, age 23, of of said association.
Seven,
and
the
Just
Retribution,
inter
­
W. A. Willison, an ex-preacher at one Mason, Calvin Stanley and J. T. Smith vious efforts to obtain remedial aid have Astoria, andMaud E. Bowman, age 19,
spersed with beautiful red-light tableaux.
CROWN AND BB1DGE WildA SPECIALTY.
been fruitless. Used with persistence,
Acknowledgement.
time a resident of Lafayette, has just appointed appraisers.
of Newberg.
Good
mnsic
and
calisthenic
exercises.
LaTtar M ethod or P aihle «« E xtraction .
been convicted of forgery in Portland
The ladies of Custer Relief Corps made a Proceeds to go towards improving society
Estate of R. L. Stow. Bond filed and the Bitters will conquer the most obsti­ Nov. 8th, Pratt K. Sitton, age 20, and
nate
cases.
and sentenced to eighteen years. About approved and B. Brower, M. D. L.
Mabel E. Wisecarver, age 19, both of special canvass recently for contributions hall. The exercises will open at 7:30
the time of committing the forgeries he Rhodes aud L. Bettman appointed ap­
to the reading room and library of the sharp. Admission 15 cents. Come early
McMinnville.
Program ot Die C- I.. N. C.
married a woman and went east, leaving praisers.
soldier’s home, and were successful in and avoid the rush.
Following is the program for Nov. 14,
an invalid daughter unprovided for.
j
forwarding a liberal quantity of reading
Estate of Benjamin Antrim. Final ac­
The
Best
Plaster.
for
1894.
matter.
The
corps
desires
to
thank
the
count
filed
and
Dec.
8th
at
1
p.
m.
set
to
The little steamer Aneita was recently
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real Bums,
Dampen a piece of flannel with Cham­
•i
Character study—Shakspeare’s “King
generous citizene of McMinnville for
attached at Newberg by Sheriff Hender­ hear same.
John’’ with selections from the play, berlain’s Pain Balm and bind it on over their donations. The following letter Estate Mortgages, etc., always on sale at
<4
Caked & Inflamed Udders.
this office.
tf
Is busy a& a bee making up clothing from
son for eome creditors who held claims
the seat of pain. It is better than any
new suitings. Try him for a new suit.
Revival meetings at the Christian Mrs. F. Wolfenden.
from the home is self-explanatory:
for the material in the boat, the creditors
Leave your order for a good, fat chick­ Piles,
plaster.
When
the
lungs
are
sore
such
“
Growth
of
the
English
Nation,
”
Miss
R osebubo , Or, Nov. 5th, 1894.
PRICES REASONABLE
becoming shaky because the machinery church are attracting full houses. There Nellie Ramsey.
en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street
an application on the chest and another L ydia D erby ,
have
been
three
accessions
to
the
mem
­
was being moved to a new and larger
Rheumatic
Pains,
market.
on
the
back,
between
the
shoulder
blades
The story of Maximillian, Mrs. Julia
Sec. Custer W. R. C.,
vessel. The claims will be satisfied and bership by letter, but no outward mani­ Snyder.
will often prevent pneumonia. There is
“Dressmaking” signs 25c ready printed Bruises and Strains,
McMinnville, Or.,
festations
of
conversion.
The
preaching
the new boat will be built.
nothing
so
good
for
a
lame
back
or
a
pain
at
this office.
“
Europe
in
the
19th
century,
”
Miss
Your
favor
of
Oct.
30th
came
to
hand
FARM FOR SALE I
thus far has been of the doctrinal order,
Subject for Sunday evening at the C. appealing to the understanding rather Myrtie Apperson.
iu the side. A sore throat can nearly some days since and to-day the box men­ The R eporter job department has Running Sores,
P. church: Our public schools, their than the emotional sensibilities of the
Paper, “What Irrigation has done for always be cured in one night by apply­ tioned arrived. The books were gladly just added another rapid press to its fa­ Inflammations,
330 ACRES AT $ao PER ACRE.
hailed aB we have had few bound books cilities. Its capacity for turning out fine
importance, safety and prosperity.
the
Western States and Territories,’’ ing a flannel bandage dampened with sent
listeners, and probably the foundation
to
us
so
far,
but
large
quantities
of
P astor .
Pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for sale by magazines and papers. The rug is, in­ work is unexcelled outside of Portland. Stiff joints,
is being laid for good results manifest Miss Orilla Peters.
100 acre« In cultivation; good pasture for cattle,
“The Legislature of the German Em­ S. Howorth.
deed, a beauty. We send you and the Give us a trial and see what neat thiDg
two houses, two barns and two orchards Will
Full blood Cotswold bucks for sale at later on. The sermons are above the
Harness
&
Saddle
Sores,
sell all or a part on easy terms, or will rent on
post comrades our heartiest thanks for we can do for you.
from $3 to $8 per head, by Geo. Owens. average in power to attract and interest. pire,” Miss Etta Palmer.
condition that renter buys team and farming
your timely gift and thoughtfulness for
WEST CHElULEtl.
implements. The above is a fine farm situated
“
Modern
Agriculture
in
France,
”
Mrs.
Sciatica,
If the young man that took my hat
the
lonely
hours
of
comrades
here.
May
four miles southeast of Dayton. Boat landing
To
Printer«»
HOWS THIS!
¿fl! E. C. Apperson.
and warehouse with cleaners less than one mile
you all be remembered by the giver of
from the Presbyterian church last Sun­
distant.
The Ribbon Ridge hall was sold to the good and perfect gifts and happiness at­ The cylinder press upon which the Lumbago,
“Women’s world,” J. A. Buchanan.
day evening will return it to Jacobson's
L. H. BAKER.
highest bidder on last Saturday to satis­ tend you all your days. Yours in F. C. R eporter is now printed is offered for Scalds,
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
Table
talk
—
The
Career
of
Andrew
G.
Box 106, McMinnville. Or.
store, I will gladly return him the one for any case of catarrh that cannot be
W allace B aldwin ,
fy a claim of about $80 for material which and L.,
sale. It will be sold at a bargain.
Curtin.
Commandant.
he left.
J ohn R ennie .
Blisters,
cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
Debate—Was France justified in ex­ was against it. John Carter was the
FARM FOR SALE.
The semi-annual convention of the
F. J. C heney & Co., Props. Toledo, O. pelling all the princes of houses that had purchaser.
McKinley, of Ohio, characterizes
Insect
Bites,
Yamhill county W. C. T. U. will convene
We, the undersigned, have known F. resigned? Affirmative, Arthur Mc-
Harry Davis, the eleven-year-old son President Cleveland as a “peace man
I have a 148-acre farm on the south Une of Yam
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
hill county for sale. One-half in cultivation "
at Dayton, beginning Thursday, Nov. J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and Pbillips ; Negative, Mrs. M. C. Mat­ of J. L. Davis, met with a painful acci­ in war, and a war man in peace.”
All Cattle Ailments,
running
water. 5 acres In orchard of pears'
When sbo was a Child, she cried tor Castorla,
15th at 7 p m. and closing Friday eve­ believe him perfectly honorable in all thieu.
prunes and apples Will sell all or a part. Good
dent last Friday. He was sliding on the
All
Horse
Ailments,
house
and
other buildings. For further informa­
ning the 16tb. By order of the president, business transactions and financially able
The meeting will be held at the resi­ slippery ground when he fell re-breaking
The Russian thistle is now found When «lie became Miss, she clung to Castorla,
tion Inquire at this office or call on or address
When
she
had
Children,
she
gave
them
OMtoria,
„
.
J. T. COOPER,
M rs . A. J. W hitmore .
to carry out any obligation made by their dence of Mrs. M. C. Matthieu.
his left arm between the wrist and elbow. as far east as Ohio and as far west
All Sheep Ailments,
45ml
Wheatland, Oregon.
as
Idaho.
It
will
undoubtedly
find
A nna H enderson , Secretary.
firm.
Dr. Littlefield reduced the fracture.
The Municipal Election.
West 4 Truax,Wholesale Druggists,To­
The literary society is in full blast at its way into eastern Oregon very
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’8 SALE.
The hotel Yambill bas been closed
Penetrates Muscle,
soon, if not already there.
The election for city officers for the the schoolhouse of district No. 68.
temporarily. Sanders, the former lessee, ledo, O.
McMinn
ville
Produce
Market.
is hereby given that the undersigned
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole­ coming year passed off quietly Monday,
Membrane and Tissue VTOTICE
having become discouraged at the out­
as sheriff of Yamhill county, state of Ore­
A very enjoyable time was experienced
A great deal has been said in the
Reported by L. E. Walker.
sale
Druggists,
Toledo,
Ohio.
gon,
under
and by virtue of a writ of execution
though
the
coutest
for
new
councilmen
look for making ends meet, throwing up
by all at the spelling school at No. 10 last year or two about the preva- Oats......................................... 20@22)¿
issued out of the circuit court of the state of Or­
Quickly to the Very egon,
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, was a close one. The final canvass of the
for
Yambill
county, bearing date of Octo­
the sponge and calling quits. So far as
school bouse. C. A. Deach was the ance of tuberculosis in the cattle of Butter......................................
5th, A. D. 1894, upon and to enforce that cer­
45 @50
Seat of Pain and ber
Sanders is concerned, it is fair to say acting directly upon the blood and mu­ vote gives the following figures:
tain judgment and order of sale made by said
champion speller and Miss Mirlie Wood the United States. The reports from Eggs.......... ................................ 20@22c
court on the 26tb day of March, 1894, in that cer­
MAYOR.
that he ran a good house, the best the cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c.
tain action therein pending, wherein John Jone«
Chickens.................................$1 50@300
Ousts
it
in
a
Jiffy.
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Tes­ W. M. Ramsey.................................... 260 captured the honors ciphering.
the
great
packing
centers
show
was plaintiff and Joseph Wood and Louisa Wood
town has had for several years, but he
Ole
Mortenson
and
bis
wife
are
now
Turkeys
...................................
8c
a
B>
were defendants, in which it was adjudged that
timonials
free.
that
but
one-fiftieth
of
one
per
J.
J.
Spencer
......................................
2
said plaintiff, John Jones, recover from the said
lacked something of having the cordial
residents of Cbehalem.
Ducks......................... k............ $3ft$3.50 Rub in Vigorously.
defendants, Joseph Wood and Louisa Wood, lnU.
cent
of
the
cattle
slaughtered
in
the
COUNCILMEN.
support of the business community and
8.
gold coin, the principal sum of Eighty-one and
OI R CUBBING LIST.
Potatoes
...........................
25
ten
months
ending
with
March,
1892,
Emil Jenson has been furnishing
Mustang Liniment conquers 43-tuOths dollars. and interest thereon from
Wm. Campbell................................... 131
possessed little of the faculty of winning
Pain.
Dressed
Hogs
..........................
5c
March 2otb, 1894, at the rate of ten per cent per
were
affected
with
this
disease.
school
district
No.
21
with
a
blackboard,
annum, and the sum ot »25.00 attornevs fees, and
We have special arrangements with G. W. Jones ....................................... 121
it. High rents and dull times did the
Makes flan or Beast well
Veal.......................................
4
the costs and disbursement« taxed at ’$27 85, and
again.
the following leading publications, J. W. Gault.......................................... 147 a much needed improvement.
rest.
for accruing costs, and ordering tbe sale of th«
O ne of the most fearful and ex­ Baled hay, timothy.................
$10
Mrs.
J.
L.
Davis
is
in
McMinnville
at
­
hereinafter described real property attachwl in
F.
M.
York
..........................................
136
Henry Westerman, living six miles whereby we are able to offer them in
cheat
..........................
$7
said
action on tbe 15th day of December, 189», to
tending her sick grandchild, little Ches­ citing races of the year is soon to
W.
L.
Warren
...................................
247
connection
with
our
own
at
exceedingly
obtain
funds to pay the several sums of money
west of North Yamhill, was tried in
oats
..............................
$7
take
place
over
the
New
York
above
stated, and accruing costs.
And whereas, on the 15th day of December
that city on Wednesday for the larceny low rates, as follows: The R eporter E. Wright................................... ..... 2 ter Pape.
RETAIL MARKET.
RECORDER.
1893. W. L. Warren, the duly qualified and acting
Owing to the sickness of the teacher, Central track. Engine 909, which
of a band of 49 goats. The case was before and
sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon, al that time
Baled
Straw
............................
$6
has
made
a
record
of
112
miles
an
W.
T.
Vinton.
.....................................
254
Weekly Inter Ocean............................
$1.35
duly
levied upon and attached, in said action'
Miss
Clara
Miller,
school
in
68
is
tempo
­
Justice Runnels, W. T. Vinton appearing St. Louie Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly......... L75
the following described real property belonging
$16
A. M. Peery........................................ 1 rarily closed.
hour, is to try her speed with an Mixed Chop............................
Notice of Final Settlement.
to tbe said defendants Joseph Wood and Louisa
for the Btate and J. J. Spencer for the New York World, semi-weekly......................... 1.75
Wheat Chop............................
$18
Wood, to-wlt:
defendant. The evidence seemed to show »Rural Northwest, Portland, weekly.............. 1.25 Geo. Sauter......................................... 1
A number of the young people cele­ English engine for the championship Shorts...................... ;.............
Lots numbered three (3) and four (4) and th«
$16
J.
D.
Baker
.........................................
1
OTICE
is
hereby
given,
that
the
undersigned,
north forty feet of lots twenty-five (25) and twen­
*The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
that the goats were owned in partner­
brated Halloween with a social gather­ of the rail. The swiftness of about Middlings...............................
as
executor
of
the
estate
of
Andrew
Shuck,
$18
ty-six
(26) of block C, Hobson's addition to the
MARSHAL.
deceased, has filed in the county court of Yamhill
two miles a minute, which makes Bran..............................................
town of Newberg, In Yamhill county state of
ship between Westerman and Wester­ the most practical and useful publication
ing at Mrs. Geo. Vinton’s.
$14
county, state of Oregon, his final account of bis Oregon.
C.
H.
Neal
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253
of the estate of said deceased,
man Bros., his cousins. Westerman first on the coast for farmers, dairymen and
Now therefore, by virtue of said execution,
H. Riels and A. Hertig have returned ! telegraph poles seem to the engineer
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro­ administration
and that said court has ordered that said account judgment and order of sale, and in pursuance of
Wm. Malone...................................... 1
bad the custody of the band, and his fruit growers.
no
larger
than
hoe
handles,
is
the
and
objections
thereto
be beard by said court at the commiudA of said writ, I will, on Saturday,
duce, paying the highest price in cash
C hehalis .
Doug. Walker...................................... 1 from the coast.
the usual place of holding said court In the court the 17th day of November. 1894. at the hour of
cousins came and got them. Later the
utmost that human nerve rocked by the market will justify. He will sell house in McMinnville, in said countv and state, one
’clock p. m. of said day at the court bouse
The total vote cast was 267, being the
SEE
you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar­ on Tuesday, the 4tb day of December. 1894, at the door o in
defendant drove the band off the premises
McMinnville. Yamhill county, Oregon,
Stockholders’ Meeting.
eight-foot drive-wheels can endure, den seeds as cheap as anv other dealer. hour of ten o’clock a. m. of said day, at which sell subject
same total as that cast at the city election
to redemption, at public auction, to
Elmer
E.
Thompson,
he
wants
to
trade
of his cousins in their absence. The trial
time and place any person interested in said es­ the highest bidder for cash in hand, the above
D street south of First National Bank.
and
beyond
the
desire
to
gamble
on
Notice
is
hereby
given
to
all
whom
it
last
year.
Messrs.
Gault,
York
and
War
­
tate
may
appear
and
make
or
file
objections
to
5
acres
of
land
at
Woodburn,
Oregon,
for
described
real
property, to satisfy- said judgment,
lasted until 11 p. m. and resulted in the
He also carries a full line of Graham in said account.
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43-4
costs and accruing costs.
ren will qualify as councilmen the first may concern, that a meeting of all the the result, the object of the contest small
sacks, buckwheat, corn meal, Oct. 26th, 1894.
C. A. WALLACE,
defendant being bound over to the grand property in or adjoining McMinnville.
Dated this the 16th day of October, 1894
& FENTON,
stockholders of the Yamhill County Fair can be of no great importance.
Monday in December.
Executor.
W G HENDERSON.
wheatlets, etc. Nursery stock a specialty i RAMSEY
45-tf
Att’ys for said Estate.
jury ia the sum of |3U6.
L0CALJNEWS.
r
STUDEBAKER WAGONS
20 PER CENT
I
JONES & ADAMS9
Sawmill or Lumber Yard
R. JACOBSON’S
M c M innville , ore .
Thursday, November 1st,
H ardware , S ash ,
D oors , P aints , E tc .
Jeoielry Store
20 Per Cent.
BOOTS AND SHOES
WALLACE & WALKER.
Buckwheat Cakes
Parties knowing themselves indebted will please call
and settle. We need the money.
All Goods Marked in Plain Figures.
Everything for the Breakfast, Lunch or Tea Table
Mexican
Mustang
Liniment
Frank Roeca,
TTVILOR,
N
Sheriff of Yamhill County. Oregon.