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and would greatly prefer his return
to the choice of a populist or free
coinage senator. If it becomes evi
dent that Dolph cannot be returned,
there is a possibility that some other
man hdlding the same views may be
able to control enough republican
votes to round up a majority. The
spirit of factiousness and personal
antagonism undoubtedly animates
the anti-Dolph republicans to a
greater extent than devotion to the
»Hun THE COIÜTT PREM.
The local county institute held at Me-1
r. II. HIHMIHil, l.diluri Prop».
Minnville Jan. 26th, 1895. was called to
J. W. Martin who lives near the order by county superintendent, who
3. lì. tCK HAN, Associate Editor.
railroad half way between here and read a circular from State Supt. Irwin. Indigestion, impure Blood
A committee of five was then appoint
Lafayette, had several fine sheep
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
Cured by Hood’s.
ed to draft a temporary program : In the
killed bv the train last week.
absence of the committee the institute
advertising rates .
Members of the A. O. U. W. and engaged in singing, prayer and prepar
Reading notices In local columns M cent« per
Mile for fir-t week and 5 cents per line thereafter.
D. of II. lodges of Dayton, have or ing questions for the question box. The
Display adverti-ementi, annual rates, one Inch
per month SI; can Additional inch 50 cent« per
ganized and incorporated a stock committee reported and suggested that
company under the laws of Oregon ! the new teachers take part in the dis
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
10 Une- published free, if furnished in time to
regulating the organization and in cussion. Mrs. Matthieu then introduced |
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent-per
corporating a stock company under I the subject of discipline, Mr.Snuffer,Miss
the laws of Oregon They have pur Mann,Mr. Buchanan, Supt. Stilwell, Mr.
FRIDAY. FEB. 1, 1895.
P ublic opinion cannot sustain the chased the property on Ferry street, Blough, Mies Redmond and Mr Dun
can followed with short talks on the
conduct of those republicans who between Second and Third streets,
H crrah for Dolph !
went into a caucus and then bolted east side, known as the Pillman &
In the afternoon J. B. Stilwell intro
the result because they failed to Glenn block, and will fit up second duced the subject of gradation of the
W e understand that Lawyer Mc nominate their candidate. Had the story for a lodge room.
rural districts, followed by Messrs. Lowe,
Ginn of Multnomah is preparing an result been favorable to them, they
Grimes, J. A. Buchanan, Duncan, F. J.
North Yamhill Record.
other bill in the interest of retrench would have held the Dolph men in
Deach and B. O. Snuffer. Miss Mann :
Little Carl Wren, son of W. H. Why do we teach geography? followed
Mr. D. W- Bridges
ment and reform. This bill creates honor bound to abide the result.
I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
the office of official lawyer and is de Unless they intended to keep their Wren, living on the J. T. Fouts by Messrs. Buchanan, Duncan, Lowe, “C. "Dear
Sirs:—During the winter and spring I
signed to protect litigants against faith they should have kept out of place, near Carlton, died last Fri Allen, Snuffer, Littlefield, Blough and have used a dozen bottles ot Hood’s Sarsapa
day night of diphtheria. Two other Fryer, and Miss Smith. Solo by Miss rilla in my family, and I am quite sure we have
the extortions of one-horse lawyers. the caucus.
children are quite sick with it, but R. Smith and recitation by Miss Ger been greatly benefited by it. For years I have
All business requiring the services
been troubled with indigestion, accompanied
may recover, as they were reported trude Pound. Will Scott then introduced:
of an attorney is to be let by the
OBEGOÜ NEWS AW 5OTES.
Why do we teach physiology? followed
better on Wednesday.
county court to the lowest bidder re
by Mrs. Matthieu, Messrs. Hoffman,
siding at thecouuty seat. It will be
The British ship Grassendale was
Snuffer, and Buchanan, Misses Scofield,
put through right on the heels of quarantined below Astoria last week, Austin is so far improved in health Pagenkopf, Washburn, Million and Mrs.
McGinn's bill creating the official because of a smallpox patient cmi that he is now able to sit up in a Snuck. Committee on program for nest
chair several hours during the day. meeting: F. J. Deach, A. N. Lowe, C. J.
The law fellows who board,
His many friends hope that he will Weed, Misses Redmond and Pagenkopf.
were dancing around so full of glee
| The “Baby” is a new river steamer soon be able to be out on the streets
Mr. Weed introduced : Why is a college by sympathetic heart trouble, and Hood's Sar
over the prospect of being relieved
' of very light draft, that has been put again.
education necessary to good teaching? saparilla has done me very much good. We
of the necessity of parting with a
have also given it to the children for Impure
• on the Upper Willamette to run as
The school meeting held at the followed by Misses Stilwell, Fouts, Ed- blood and ringworms with very good results.”
small fraction of the litigation porli
' far as Eugene.
school house in this city was at minston, Messrs. C. A. Deach and J. A. D. W. B ridges . Pleasant Hill, Oregon.
to satisfy the demands of the pover-
N. B. If you decide to take Hood’s Sarsapa
Andrew Carlson, who robbed a tended by about twenty-five persons. Buchanan. The question box was then rilla
ty-humbled printer, will slow up on
do not be induced to buy any other.
store at Beaverton of $700, has been After the reading of the report of the
their mirth we guess.
mittee on program adopted. On the
H ood’S Pills cure all Liver Ills, Biliousness,
sentenced to the penitentiary for clerk, the question of raising funds invitation of Prof. Grimes it was decided Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. 25c.
T he Oregon City Enterprise warm-1 five years.
to meet the indebtedness of the to hold the next meeting at Amity. After
ly supports Senator Calbreath’s bill
district that will mature during a vote of thanks to the people and teach
Bills have been introduced in the
in relation to state and district fairs.
legislature creating more state offi the coming year was discussed. ers of McMinnville for the hearty recep
cers than Oregon now has. None A levy of 5 mills on the dollar tion extended the teachers and adoption In the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
This bill, should it become a law, will , ,
was voted for that purpose. It of the minutes, the meeting adjourned. Yamhill
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance 1
wipe out the sute and district fairs ttU(, of them is very likely to pass,
Company, (a corporation) plain
was decided not to make any spec
in their stead establish a fixed tax ol
Another of Pennoyer's pardoned ial levy for school purposes, but to
one-half mill for each county to be used criminals, J. A. Rust, was arrested limit the length of the school term to The exposure to all sorts and condi Levina A. Watt, John L. Watt. Ar-1
llngton Boise Watt. L. R. Watt, I
as the counties may elect in conducting in Polk county this week for cattle
tions of weather that a lumberman is his wife, Earl Brvant Watt. Ma
the apportionment of funds received
ri- Carrie Watt, W. L. Boise, as ;
county hurt*, or if no fairs are held this . v
i < u
i stealing m Lmatilla county, being from the state and county tax, which called upon to endure in the camps often administrator, the county of
money may be turned into the road fund.' .
produces severe colds which, if not Yamhill. J. K. Jonah. Mary Jane ■
Jonah, George A. Maddox, the j
This bill will meet the approval of every the Same ofEenSe he WaS *Ullty of 1H is estimated to be sufficient to carrj’
promptly checked, result in congestion Town of Amity, Ira L. Murtln. ,
I. Martin, Mary E Cook, ,
farmer and busiuess man in the state, the first case.
on five or six months of school.
or pneumonia. Mr. J. O. Davenport, Grace
E. W. Rea, Mary C. Rea, R P. I
The state and district fairs as now con-
The building occupied by Pearse
Emma Durant, John E. ;
ex-manager of the Fort Bragg Redwood Durant.
Warner. Lillie C. Warner, his I
ducted are of no possible benefit to the Clark & Co., of Corvallis, was de-
Co., an immense institution at Fort wife, Alonzo Miller. Lowarle |
At the school meeting last week Bragg, Cal., save they sell large quanti Miller and W. L. Elwood, de-1
agricultural and industrial interests of stroyed by fire early Tuesday morn-
tbe state and the taxpayers should not ing. The loss was placed at $4000, three hundred and fifty dollars was ties of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy at
Y virtue of an execution, judgment, order and
out of and
be burdened with their support The with $3500 insurance. The origin of voted to pay off indebtedness and to the company’s store and that he hae
under the seal of the circuit court of the state
Oregon, for the county of Yambill, to me direct
state fair is nothing more than a county !
the fire is supposed to be incendiary. finish paying for eight months school. himself used this remedy for a severe ed and delivered, dated the 24th day of January,
fair for Marion county, and a very poor
1895. upon a judgment and decree rendered cud
J. A. House has closed his meat cold and obtained immediate relief. This entered or. the ‘25th day of September, 18'v4 In
one at that. Its chief and only attrac
A proposition is on foot in Tilla
favor of the plaintiff above named, and against
the defendants above named, for the sum of
tion is horse racing, an “industry” the mook to form a stock company and market; this leaves Lafayette with pneumonia and insures a prompt recov 818,332.80
with interest thereon at the rate of eight
less encouraged the better for the people build a large theatrical hall. The one shop and that is all the town will ery. For sale by S. Howorth & Co., per cent per annum from September 25th, 1894,
sum of 8750.09 attorneys' fees, and
at large. By giving this bill their hearty proposed building is to be 40x80 feet, support at present.
the further sum of 8213.05 «1th luterest thereon
per cent per annum from
support the Clackamas delegation will
Amos Cook, a pioneer of ’39, re
June 20U1.1894, and the further sum of 850.10,
one story, and will have a large gal
meet the approval of their entire con
costs and disbursements and accruing costs of
lery, stage and other theatrical ceived a stroke of paralysis Wednes S pecial S chool M eeting .—About and upon this writ, and directing the saleof the
thirty residents of school district No. 40 hereinafter described real properly to pay and
satisfy said judgment and decree, I did, on the
had lain on the ground about two responded to the call for a special meet 22d day of January, 1895, duly levy upon all the
T he president on Monday sent to
Memorials are now being circulat
right, title and interest which the said defendants
honrs when found. Mr. Cook is ing for the purpose of voting a tax levy or either of them had on the 1st day ot January.
congress a special message, calling ed and largely signed asking the
1889, (the date of plaintiffs mortgage) or has
about seventy-nine years old and
had, as in said decree ad.u Iged. in and to
its attention to the critical financial legislature to make an appropriation
Chas. Grissen, as chairman of the board, since
the following described real property, to-wit:
well and favorably known in the
in the county of Yamhill, In the state of
condition of the country, and en- of $5000 to complete the wagon road
Oregon- The donation land claim of John Watt
county. He is now slightly im presented a statement of the probable and
Mary Watt, both deceased, claim number 73,
deavoring to rouse that body to a from Oakland to the Bohemia mining
twelve hundred and seventy-three
proved and in his right mind.
amount of expenses for all incidentals, notification
[12731, being parts of sections twenty , tweuty-
proper sense of the gravity of the district,
twenty-nine , containing six
By the rascality of an eastern as follows:
situation. The situation is about
hundred forty-two and nine hundredths [642.09]
Ed Poill, a student at the Eugene man, Rev. Gay was the loser of For interest on bonds
$1085 acres, more or less.
this. The government has out
Also the donation land claim of Benjamin S.
university, while going from his home seventeen hundred dollars. This For repainting Cook building
and Mary Jane Burch, bis wife, claim
standing about $500,000,000 of
seventy-two , notification number
in Springfield, along the railroad money Elder Gay loaned him on his Eighty cords of wood at $2.30 per
twelve hundred and fllty-six . in sections
currency notes for which gold may ^and ¡¿dying ‘his lesso^afhZ
twenty-one , twenty-two .
representing himself to be a wealthy
twenty-seven  and twenty-eight , contain
be demanded at any time, and it has
walked, thoughtlessly toyed with a man. This is a large sum of money Janitors’ salaries............................ 75 ing six hundred and forty-four and Oo-lOO [644.96]
acres, more or less.
in the treasury considerably less | self
“ volvpr' in
pocket, . to lose in these times and especially Insurance on basis of last year,
Also the southeast quarter (1-4) of the southeast
than one-fifth of the amount
quarter I.1-4; and the southwest quarter (1-4) ot
o tbe re3U[t bejng a bullet in his leg. to a man of his age.
the southeast quarter (1-4) and the southeast
360 quarter (1-4) of the southwest quarter (1-4) und
long as confidence was booming
and [ i A . imiversitv
no ’ use
quarter (1-4) of the southwest quarter
Repairs and incidentals............... 150 southwest
there was no demand for redemption a revolver, but if he carries one, the
(1-4) in section sixteen (16). Also thirty-seven (37)
of lot three (3) of section seventeen (17).
of . these „ notes, ’ there
U1LU best ,
a buj|et tfir0Ugh 1S
All above described in sections sixteen (16) and
Dunbar Bros, sold their prunes
seventeen (17), containing one hundred ninety
culty. But now the revenues are
$2339 seven (197) acres. In all fourteen hundred,
through the Oregon Fruit Union
and 4-100 (1484 04) acres, more or less,
low, the government finds itself in
The taxable property valuation this eighty-four
save and except Watt's addition to the town ot
The Corvallis Times learns that last week, and claim to have got
Amity, covering about thirty-one (31) acres of
the same condition that a farmer or
more for them than any others in
John Watt’s and Mary Watt’s donation land
business man would with his de there is fear that the grain aphis this section. An average of seven on this amount would be necessary claim. The whole of the above described land
township five (5) south, range four (4)
to raise the estimated expense. being of in Willamette
mand obligations ten times as large
I again this season. Among wheat cents was guaranteed them. The Judge Galloway moved that the board he west
As well as upou each and all of the several
as his bank account and his creditors
fields in which their presence is re-
authorized to levy this amount of tax, Now therefore, by virtue of said execu
becoming anxious. These notes are
ported the experiment is being tried
and the vote resulted in 16 for and 8 tion. judgment, decree and order of safe,
being presented and the goid reserve
in obedience to the commands of said
against. Mr. Griesen brought up the und
of turning sheep into the infested
writ, 1 will on Saturday, the 2d day ot
diminished to a dangerous margin.
March, 1805, at the hour of one o’clock j>,
‘‘ fields, and they find that the sheep
Already the government has bor
632 Castelar St., Los A ngeles , Cal.— the board in the widening of B street and m. of said day, at the court house door in
rowed $100,000,000 to supply the
After having suffered for a long time from building a sidewalk, and confessed that the city of McMinnville, Yamhill county,
that this plan will result in the ex- acute rheumatism without obtaining re the board had exceeded its authority, Oregon, sell, subject to redemption as pro
drain, but the demand notes, instead
but showed that it was necessary. On vided by law, at public auction to the
bidder for cash in hand, the real
of being canceled and retired, have termination of the bugs is not be- lief, I need Chamberlain’s Pain Balm motion the amount was ordered paid highest
above described, and all the right,
from the treasury, and the meeting ad property
title and interest which the above named
been reissued to meet current ex
defendants, or cither of them had on the
Five hundred dollars expenses for I highly recommend this as the best
penses. The president proposes
first day of January, 18.89, or have since
had therein, and in the following order,
that congress authorize the issue of
that is to say : the whole of the said lands
For sale by S. Howorth & Co., Druggists.
a series of long-time low-interest
last above described, excepting then from
certain lots and parts of Jots and blocks,
bonds to retire these notes so as to him for selling a pint of whiskey to
the illness at laid oil'therefrom since the date of plain
The fool-killer is sorely needed in
relieve the pressure, which seems an Indian, seems like a high price for the capital of Texas. A dispatch
tending child tiffs mortgage as Joseph YVatt’s second
birth, or who suf- addition to the town oi Aiuitv, Yamhill
about the only rational thing to do the punishment for the offense; but from Austin, of the 19th, discloses
from the ef county, Oregon, and certain other
’ sold therefrom since the date of
this need in a most striking manner.
under the circumstances. The cir
fects of disorders, tracts
plaintiff's mortgage, as specifically set
cumstance to which the president Koyernment. The prisoner will be “A bill introduced in the house to
said judgment, decree and order
and displace of sale, in and
in said writ as follows :
refers in his message, that under the
unt'^ June, and the total cost day by Representative Seabury pro
First—Beginning at the noriheastcorner
of trying him will be about $1000, vides that any person who receives a
law these notes may be reissued,
of John E Warner’s land and running
letter and fails to answer it within
will find relief thence north 1.38 chains; thence west 7.2»
seems to us, instead of being a source which is a big price for a pint of ten days shall be subject to a fine >of
chains to west line of the John Watt dona
$1,000 or imprisonment id the county Favorite Prescription. Taken during tion land claim, thence along said line 1.38
of further embarrassment to the gov whiskey.— Roseburg Review.
chains; thence east 7.28 chains to the
jail for one year. In aggravated
ernment, have been a help in sus
Thos. Marcom of Ashland was re- cases both penalties shall be en pregnancy, the “Prescription’’
place of beginning, containing one acre.
Second—Lots 8 and 9, in block 2, in said
taining the gold reserve and staving cently married under great difflcul- forced."
off the impending crisis. The ability ties. Two months ago the time was
Third | Beginning GO feet west of the
thus assisting Nature and shortening
northwest corner of block 8 in Joseph
to reissue them instead of paying . set for his marriage in California.
In a recent editorial the Salem, Oregon, “labor.” The painful ordeal of child Watt’s second addition to the town of
current expenses in gold coin, is a The bride’s mother desired that it Independent says: “Time and again birth is robbed of its terrors, and the Amity; thence west 7.28 chains; thence
dangers thereof greatly lessened, to both
4.14 chains: thence east 7.28 chains
provision for retaining gold in the occur in Minnesota, but when the have we seen Chamberlain’s Cough mother and child. The period of confine south
and thence north -1 11 chains to the place
treasury until they are again pre- time came she ordered Marcom out Remedy and never without the most ment is also greatly shortened, the ot beginning, containing 3 acres
Fourth—Lots 6 and 7 of block 3, in said
mother strengthened and built up, and an
of the house. Another date was set, satisfactory results. Whenever we see a abundant secretion of nourishment for second addition.
—Lot 8. of block 3, in said second
the child promoted. If
and again the irate mother appeared
T he senatorial embroglio at Salem on the scene, and prevented the cough or cold, we invariably advise them
THE MARRIED WOMAN
Sixth—Lot 4 of block 5, in said second
is not settled, the situation remain-
Plans were then laid for to get Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy; be delicate, run-down, or overworked, it addition.
Seventh—Lot 1 of block 5, in said second
ing about the same as a week ago. a
marriage in a Wisconsin; and when they do, they never regret it.. worries her husband as well as herself. addition.
This is the proper time to build up her
Eighth—Lots 10 and 11 of block 3, in
The Dolph forces with 42 votes hold town> and the parson teiegraphed to’
strength and cure those weaknesses, or
together, lacking three of having meet them between trainS; but as well. For sale by S. Howorth & Co., ailments, which are the cause of her said
Ninth—Beginning at the northwest corn
the John Watt donation landclaim,
enough to elect, but without any the time was not sufficient they all
tion dispels aches and pains, melancholy thence south 20 rods to post; thence east
known means of gaining the neces boarded the return train, and as it
and nervousness, brings refreshing sleep 80 rods to county road; thence 20 rods
C. L. s <:.
and makes a new woman of her.
north along county road to post; thence
sary three. The democrats and pop thundered along at 40 miles an hour,
Mrs. A bram L yon , of Lorraine Jefferson Co.,W. west 80 rods to beginning, containing 10
ulists vote steadily for their party they’ were made one, and their trou Gladstone day. February 5th 1395.
Y„ writes: "I had been
Tenth—Lots 9 and 12 in block 3 in said
candidates, while the members who bles ended.
Table talk—Events and incidents in suffering
and falling of the womb,
bolted the republican caucus scatter
Eleventh—Beginning in the center of
the birth of mv youngest
Ash swale on the east line of John Watt's
Two or three years ago while Miss
Paper—Mr. Gladstone as the helper of child. I consulted all the
their votes over a wide range, ap
physicians around here
donation land claim, and running thence
due south 48 rods to post; thence west 18
parently unable to concentrate their Ida Templeton, of Brownsville, was the English people in their struggle for anS they gave me up and
said there was no help
rods to county road; tlienoe north 36 rods
forces upon anyone. The situation crossing a rotten bridge in Linn representative in Parliament, Miss La- for me-
to ceuter of Ash swale; thence along creek
At last, almost discour
17 rods and 20 links to the place of be
has all the appearances of a perma
I began taking Dr.
“Growth of the English Nation,” MiBS aged.
Pterces Favorite Pre
nent dead lock. It is certain that so badly injured that she suffered a ! Mvrtie Apperson.
scription and took five
All of said lots, blocks ar.d tracts being
bottles. It is three years
a portion of the real property described in
none of the Dolph men, who have great deal and lost one leg. Now a
Essay—Mr. Gladstone as a literary since and I have not had
plaintiff’s said mortgage and’ being situate
return of the trouble.
taken their firm stand from a sense bill has been introduced in the legis- man and a scholar, Miss Ella Hendricks. any
in Yamhill county. Oregon
I feel very grateful, and
That if any deficiency remain of the
fact, owe you my life,
M rs - L yon .
of loyalty to the principle of sound
“From Chaucer to Tennyson," Miss in
for I do not think I should have been alive no’T plaintiffs said claim after the sale of the
if I had not taken your medicine.”
real property first herein described, ex
financial policy, can yield to the sup
cepting therefrom the lots, blocks, tracts
A review—What Mr, Gladstone has
port of a candidate who would be the damages cannot be collected by
and parcels herein last described, then, 1
will at the time and place and upon and
acceptable to the minority faction law from Linn county, where the done for Ireland, E. C. Apperson.
to the terms and in the manner
A study—A chronological arrangement
advocating free coinage. It is equal accident happened, but there is no
hereinbefore set forth, sell the said excepted
tracts separately to pay and satisfy such
ly impossible for the bolting element law to prevent Linn county doing
deficiency, and in the order in which said
different premierships, Arthur McPhil-
to unite upon a man who would be . the right thing and paying her the | lips.
exceptions are numbered respectively from
inclusive of exception first, to and
acceptable to the democrats and damages without compulsion of law, | Articles in Chautauquan, Miss Orilla
Applicants Tor Teacher»’ Certificates. and
inclusive of exception eleventh, or so much
The county board of examiners for Yam thereof as may be necessary to pay and
It is more probable
said writ with costs and accruing
that Dolph can gain three votes from counties in the state pay for her rot Essay—Mr. Gladstone as a religionist, hill county, Oregon, will hold the regular satisfy
at McMinnville, Oregon, January
Mrs. F. Wolfenden.
the democratic ranks than that he
certificates to teach in the public schools of 29th, 1895.
can gain them from either the bolt
W G HENDERSON.
said county, at the court house in McMinn
Sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon.
ing republican faction or the populist i care of their own helpless and needy. I chanan, Miss Clara Irvine and Miss Ida ville, commencing at noon on Wednesday,
February 13th. and continuing the session
contingent, for the reason that among —Eugene Register.
The meeting will be held at the college. until the 16th. All applicants for certifi
the leading and influential members
Exquisite perfumes, three in num
cates must be present at the opening ses
Take a dose oi DeWitt’s Little Early
of the democratic party of Oregon,
are said to be extracted from
License* to Marry.
probably a majority hold the same Risers just for the good they will do you.
for state diplomas and state life diplomas potatoes. Apple, pear and grape
must make application at the same time.
financial views as Senator Dolph These little pills are good for indigestion, Eva M. Hash, 20, of Dayton.
oil so-called, are said to be wholly
J. B. S tilwell ,
While thej’ differ with him upon good for headache, good for liver com
Jan. 29, Nels Olsen, 39, and Johanna County Superintendent of Schools and made from potato ether, a distilla
some other points, they regard the plaint, good for constipation. They are
tion from potato spirit.
financial question as the vital issue, good. Rogers Bros.
Louisa Elmland, 39, of Carlton.
Chairman of the Board of Examiners.
RegiilM Ijtìj U1É1
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
Physieian and Surgeon,
A NORTH WIND
ROOMS IN UNION BLOCK
In this country brings cold weather. Cold weather
means much fuel. A first-class stove is the most
economical luxury on earth. In fact it will put dollars
in the owner’s pocket by saving fuel.
M c M innville , O regon .
In the circuit court of the state of Oregon tor
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance ]
Company (a corporation) plain- j
Levina A. Watt, John L. Watt, Ar- !
llngton B. Watt, L. R. Watt, bls
wife, Earl Bryant Watt, W. L.
Elwood, Mary Carrie Watt. W.
L. Boise, Administrator, and the
County of Yamhill, defendants ,
Y virtue of an execution, Judgment order and
decree and order of sale out of and under
the seal of the circuit court of the state of Oregon
for the county of Yamhill, to me duly directed,
dated the 22d day of January, A. D. 1695, upon a
judgment and decree rendered and entered on
the 25th day ot September, 1694, in favor of The
Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company (a corpo
ration) plaintiff, and against the defendant ltevt-
ua A. Watt, for the sum of 83585,36, with interest
thereon at the rate of ten per cent per anuuiu
from September 25th. 1694, and the further sum of
8250 00 attorneys’ lees, and the further sum of
876.00, with interest thereon at the rate of eight
per cent per annum from June 20ih, 1894, and the
further sum of 831.10 Costs and disbursement«,
and also the costs of and upon said writ, aud or
dering the sale of the hereinafter described real
property, I did on the 225 day of January, 1855,
duly levy upon all the right, title aud interest
which the said defendant* or either of them had
on the first day of February, 1890, (the date of th*
mortgage of the plaintiff) or bus slue« had, as
in said decree adjudged, in «nd to the following
described real property, to-wit:
The donation laud claim of William R. Mc
Carty aud wife, Notification numbered 1702, locat
ed in Yamhill and Polk counties, Oregon, and
being in township number six (6) south, range
number tour (4) west of the Willamette meridian
(except two hundred and forty i240) acres off of
the south side of said claim, being all the land
in Polk county) the land intended to be mort
gaged by this instrument being all that part of
said donation land claim which lies in Yamhill
county, and containing S'.« 80 acres more or les*
Now therefore, by virttue of said execution,
judgment order and decree and order of sale,
and in pursuance of the commands of said writ
I will on Saturday, the 2d day of March, A. D.
1895, at the hourof one o’clock p. m. oi said dav
at the court bouse door in the city of McMlniv
yille, Yamhill county, Oregon, sell subject to re
demption, at public auction to the highest bidder
lor cash ill band, all the right, title and interest
which the above named defendants or either of
them had on the first day of February. 1890, or
have since bad in or to the above described real
property, to satisfy sold execution, Judgment or
der and decree, Interest and costs.
Dated at McMinnville, Oregon, January 29th.
W. G. HENDERSON,
Sbcrifl of Yambill County, Oregon.
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He also sells Paints and Builders’ Supplies.
He carries a Large Line of the Best Tinware.
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is money on hand to pay all warrants
endorsed prior to October 3d, 1894.
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description of Chicago as “a pocket
edition of hell” is not pleasing to
Chicago. If Mr. Burns had said
“unabridged” instead of “pocket”
his utterance would have given no
offense.— Kansas City Journal,
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