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COUNTY CO TITIIbSIONERS.
Wm Sheppard, farmer.
J W Briedwell, mdse for poor ..
J P. Irvine lias adopted the cash
C R Brow-n, farmer.
A R Ford, running drift..............
ADJOURNED JANUARY TERM.
T B Jackson, do
J H Allen, farmer.
Go to Dr. G. S. Wright for fine dental
Wisdom Millsap, of St. Johns, was in
Seth Coolidge, do
Scott Brenner, farmer.
In the matter of rebuilding bridge
the city this week.
Miss Bergitta Nelson is visiting friends
A new photographer from Sheridan
C Perrine, farmer.
O O Hodson, hdw r.......................
Commissioner Nelson was
has located in the city.
AT IT AGAIN!
K D Sitton, corduroy.................... 15 00
authorized to rebuild said bridge accord Justin Morris, farmer.
The I-aiayette paper has change ! to all
Miss Hattie Wright spent Saturday
At what? Why advertising of course,
C V Cuykenda’.l, farmer.
ing to his judgment, and to employ hands
J E Magers, money advanced and
I will sell at or near the Johnson barn,
and Sunday with friends in North Yam
we have purchased an interest in this paper,
expenses .................................. 24 95
and material necessary for the work.
and if you will keep your eye on this par
O. II. Irvine was in rortlaii'l on legal bill.
A P Oliver, real estate.
A Nelson, com’r salary................ 34 00
In the matter of repairing Ballston
gon, Saturday, March 2d, 1895, com
ticular space we will try and tell the good
bneiness on Monday.
Rev. John McIntire of Lafayette will mencing at 10 o'clock a. m,, the follow bridge. Commissioner Henderson was
E D Elwood, jeweler.
J J Henderson, com’r sal, work
people the inducements we will offer during
Rev. O. B. Whitmore of Independence occupy the M. E. pulpit Sunday morn ing property:
the next twelve months. Meanwhile if you
Wm Stater, warehouseman.
J W Gault, bridge work ............
authorized to repair same according to
want anything in the Drug line, remember
was in the city Monday.
Grant Heater, farmer.
horses, consisting of brood mares, colts his best judgment.
we are at the same old stand and on top with
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
and fillies. Such mares as Victoria I,
Eight braves of bread for twenty-five
Purest Drugs and Lowest Prices.
in Independence visiting relatives and Victoria III, Maggie IV, Loehryan ler, Richard B. Churchill, Thos. Stanley < J Barrie, merchant.
cents at Kuns’ bakery.
Lassie, and one or the best three-vear-old and Marley C. Cone, dated Dec. 16, 1893,
ROGERS BRO’S PHARMACY.
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
H Christenson, farmer.
8. J. Dunn has removed to Dayton.
stallions on the coast; dam Victoria
is a blood of constitutional disease, and j
(1330) ; sire Loehryan ('-'3,181), blood bay,
Rev Lee Thompson is a patient in the
In order to curs it you must take interna’,
W R Carter, farmer.
Reed tract recently subdivided near black pointsand is almost a |>erfeet draft paid tax, costs and interest.
Portland hospital at present.
remedies. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken
horse. Some hali and seveu-eights
In the matter of application of I'. W.
P Guard, farmer.
blooded Clydes. Also road stock, con Ralston to have his land put in road dis
A. Angerman, piano and organ tuner
I internally and acts directly on the blood |
J L Hoskins, farmer.
sisting of Flora D, by Commoneer, by
of Portland, is in town, f^ave orders at
and mucous surfaces. Hall’s Catarrh ’
Nels Christenson, agriculture.
college Friday night ; the l<est entertain Electioneer; dam, Cora, record 2:24%. trict No. 2. Ordered that application l>e
Fleming & Gilson’s.
I Cure is uot a quack medicine. It was
S Brutscher, farmer.
Black Bess, by Put 8, dam, by Couster- I granted.
ment of the season.
, nation. One two-year-old filley, by
Application of T. D. Henderson to
prescribed by one of the best physicians
For rent or for sale: McMinnville
The Hotel Yamhill issues a meal ticket Noonday; dam, Flora 1). Argo, a fine have his land put in road district No. 16
Hotel. Other property taken in part
B C Miles, banker.
D. A. SMITH’S
for 21 meals, all for »4. The Yamhill is three-year-old stallion, by Hambletonian granted.
and Jewelry for »ale at
prescription. It is composed of the best
payment. Enquire of Rhodes <k Rhodes.
hard time» price».
running along just like a daisy at present.
bury, thoroughbred; fifth dam by Im
R Everest, farmer.
Supt Stilwell lost a valuable cow Tues
Rev. Norris of the Third church, Port ported James, etc. Flora D and Black the year 1895. Ordered that the follow-
blood purifiers, acting directly on the paired and made
John Hash, farmer.
day. She got loose and gorged herself
land, will fill the pulpit at the Christian Bess have colts at their sides from Argo; I ing persons be selected to serve as jurors
mucous surfaces. Tbe perfect combina-1 to run as good
with chopped feed.
church next Sunday morning and even i they are hard to beat. He shows him for one year:
as new at
tion of the two ingredients is what pro-:
C A Bristow, farmer.
self a fine breeder.
Fine furnished rooms, with or without ing.
duces suqb wonderful results in curing
fire, at Mrs. Rennie's, corner of 1st and
Edgar Conner, farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Durham very self binder, mower, hay rake, plows,
L M Parker, merchant.
F. J. C heney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
W II Harrison, farmer.
pleasantly entertained a number of their harness, etc.
M C Morris, merchant.
A three-year-old eon of Mr. and Mrs. friends on Wednesday evening at their
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
W T Landingham, farmer.
Calvin Jtanley, representative.
A. N. Martin, of this city, died on Wed home on C street.
stock for a very low figure. Times will
Noah Heater, carpenter.
nesday morning of paralysis.
R O Jones, merchant.
T B Cummings, farmer.
J. M. Bunn has bought the lower half not always remain as they are, and those
The county court on the first day of its ’
Thad 8 impeon, who had almost re of the Meadow lake tract, and it is under who breed good horses now, and espec
D A Judy, farmer.
February term, at 10o’clock a. m., will
covered from his first illness, euffered a stood that fie will take some pains to fit ially draft horses, will surely get good
Jas Ladd, farmer.
Wm DeHaven, miller.
prices. Good horses are scarce, and as
open sealed bids for furnishing county
relapse, and is again quite ill.
the times improve the horse market will
it up as a desirable summer resort.
Samuel Buell, farmer.
bridge lumber, for the year 1895, the
J J Putnam, merchant.
advance. Everybody come to this sale
The Y. P S. dancing club will give
Merritt McKinley, farmer.
P. J. Sharp and Fred Nelson returned and get something to improve your
same to be delivered in wagonload lots
a grand sheet and pillow-case masquerade from Silverton Tuesday, having decided
Jas Dickey, farmer.
breeds while you can have them at your
to the point where it is to be used. Bids
A Sheldon, farmer.
ball on Feb. 224.
T N Graves, farmer.
Owing to the very hard times in money matters I have concluded to give
that the place was not a desirable loca own price. Those going from Portland
may be banded to tbe county clerk at
If you want fine photos to give your tion for engaging in the barber business. take the 7 :3<) train at the Holton house;
hard times sale, and now for the next thirty days we will sell you the
any time, and may be for furnishing
returning the same day at 5:30.
O J Leabo, farmer.
friends, go to Hogg.
following goods for less money than any house in Yamhill county.
Geo W Gearson, real estate.
Groceries for cash at your own price at
Terms of sale: Six months w ill be
F M York, farmer.
The coming Demosthenes, Cicero, .1. Irvine’s.
given on good approved notes, bearing
B B Branson, capitalist
county reserves the right to reject any or
F Derby, tile maker.
Chatham and Webster will make flieir
O Stevenson, farmer.
A. E. M c K ern , Co. Clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. Ortel will remove to
Sugar by the sack. Sugar by the dollar’s worth.
maiden speeches at the college Friday- Albany the first of next week. Mr. II.
J W Lady, farmer.
Dated January 23,1895.
John Hartman, farmer.
green or roasted. Teas of all kinds. Fine
night. Admission 10 an<l 15 cents.
WEST CHEHALf «.
Anderson, of Independence will fill the
C D Johnson, blacksmith.
You ought to know this: DeWitt's
Liverpool Salt. Oil by the can or case. Syrup in
A Guinn, merchant.
Since the 21st ult. E. I.. Weed has I position vacated by Mr Ortel in the
B F Sparks, farmer.
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and
Not long since as Robt.Jenson and wife
J E Brown, farmer.
kegs or cans. Corn Meal, Rolled Oats, Buckwheat,
assumed the proprietorship of the Red I Wade hardware store.
J R Derby, farmer.
stop the pain instantly. It will cure bad
were coming over the Chehalem moun
Frout grocery, and the firm will hereafter
Honey, Tomatoes, Corn, all kinds of Fruits—in fact
Send your order for books, blank
T D Henderson, farmer.
ly chapped hands, ugly wounds, sores,
tain the wagon turned over on the grade
Jos Kirkwood, capitalist.
be known by his name.
a reduction in all kinds of goods. Reioember we
books and stationery to C. Grissen. 4tf
and a well known cure for piles
John F Allison, farmer.
about one-half mile above A. Nelson’s,
Fresh taffy made every day.
the regulators of low prices.
Anniversary services at Cumberland and it was luck that Mrs. Jenson was
A J Sawyer, farmer.
Jack Forrest, farmer.
W H. K uns .
Presbyterian church Sunday morning. not killed. There have been two other
Frank Spencer, farmer.
Jasper Hewitt, farmer.
Tbe war veterans anticipate a grand All membersareexpected, and all friends
D B Kingery, farmer.
Pendleton claims to rank fourth in
D M Keen, farmer.
wagons capsized at the same place. The
time on the 22d. Exercises will be held are most cordially invited to be present.
list of Oregon postoffices.
■ grade should be fixed, as it is dangerous,
in the opera house, participated in by the The C. E. will occupy the evening hour
IN Branson, farmer.
and has been for three years.
public schools. The veterans will bring and render a program.
Wm Gunning, farmer.
D A Atkins, fruit raises.
Cha9. A. Deach closed school here last
their baskets and a spread will be laid
the Oregon legislature is in
A. 8. Cooper, of Costa Rica, sends Friday. He has taught a good school,
A Bartholomew, farmer.
in Union block.
will want to read a
Wilson Carl, farmer.
some photographs to his folks here, in i and closed with a good exhibition.
John Flett, farmer.
J. P. Irvine during this month is mak which a number of the handsome natives
newspaper printed at Salem, the capital.
D W Laughlin, farmer.
That long talked of building at
C F Nelson, farmer.
ing special low prices for cash.
They w ill want a paper that gives all the
Wm Merchant, farmer.
appear, as well as his own cheerful conn-. church hall is about finished. Not
T II Bryan, farmer.
news. The Statesman is just such a pa
Mrs. Alice Strong, of Portland, was tenance
Messrs. Cooper and Cross are fore it was needed, though.
J F Bakeman, farmer.
A Hadley, farmer.
per—bright, spicy, active, energetic, well
J L Steward, farmer.
visiting her mother, Mrs. Rhoda Hender- enjoying fine health there.
There is a whole lot of chicken pox
J W Wheeler, farmer.
•on, over Sunday in this city.
Thos Turner, farmer.
The Leading Grocer and Baker of Yamhill and Polk Counties.
Y. P. S. C. E. anniversary services are among the children here at present.
It reports the proceedings in detail
Geo Oldham, farmer.
Mr. L. G. Suitor has leased his farm
G D Vinton, farmer.
The woman’s Foreign Missionary so to l>e held in the Cumberland Presby
every day, not overlooking a single item
John Winnerberg, farmer.
ciety will give an entertainment at the terian church Sunday evening. Services to Mr. Wade and moved to Lafayette.
in either house. Your senators and rep
M. E. church next Sunday evening, Feb. at usual preaching hour at which time
J II Shaler, blacksmith.
resentatives were elected on a stated
3d. Subject, “An Evening with Mary- the young people will render a suitable | visions for the Nebraska sufferers, and
J L Belts, laborer.
platform, pledged to carry out certain
T W Perry, farmer.
Reed, Missionary to the Lepers.” Ail program of music and s]>cecheB. All are I has had very good success. He came
L I. Shortridge, Hotel Dolph.
policies of reform. You will want to
from Nebraska last fall and knows what
D PTrullinger, miller.
are cordially invited to attend.
Ed Woods, farmer.
watch their course in the legislature and
they stand in need of most.
Abe Blackburn, farmer.
Jo Steward, farmer.
To E xchange .—Drain tile for a num
Amos Cook of Lafayette who sustained
see whether or not they remained true to GREAT VALUE
Geo F Seeley, farmer,
ber one milch cow. Inquire at this a paralytic stroke last week is considered ' There is a lot of worthless curs here
P W Morgan, farmer.
N A Rrown, farmer.
beyond ho]>e of recovery. Rev. Hoberg that like mutton, from the way they kill
OF THE WORLD
you all of this and more, too, for it is a
J F Byers, lumberman.
sheep and goats. The present legislature
R L Booth, farmer.
Washington's birthday will be celebra
FOR A TRIFLE.
Joseph Petch, farmer.
should pass a law to tax all dogs and tax
In the matter of division of road dis and every day of the week. The daily
ted with a big ball given by the Y. P. 8. side is entirely paralyzed and that he is
John A Simmons, butcher.
unconscious of surroundings. He is 78 them heavy, and let it be applied to
trict No. 4. Ordered that said district be is 50c a month. The big 12-page weekly
John Bunn, farmer.
pay bounty on coyote scalps.
divided as follows: Beginning at the is »2 a year—three months, 50c. Ad
For sale—the Ladd & Reed farm ad
Lee Laughlin, merchant.
C hehalem T ramp
South Yamhill river in the center of the dress all communications and make all
joining Whiteson.in any sized tracts at an
Phil Messner, liveryman.
road at what is known as the Garrison moneys payable to Statesman Publishing
average price of »35 per acre. Terms to motto at Irvine’s store.
Heal Estale Transfer».
H M McCoy, farmer.
ford, thence in a sounerly direction alcnj Co., Salem, Or.
An altercation over a misunderstanding
suit purchaser. Wm. F. Breidenstein,
Week ending Jan. 23d.
H D Hoag, farmer.
said county road to where said road
Agent, Whiteson, Yamhill County, Or. occurred between Frank Weed and 8. J. Edwin Tyler to Elizabeth Tyler pt
crosses the east line of R. J. Lancefleld
Hrillnnville Produce Market.
a Twenty-page journal, is th« leading Republican family
Dunn last week in which the latter drew
paper of the United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY
The First National Bank has received
PAPER, and gives all the general news of the United Sûtes
a concealed weapon. Complaint was
J D Nash, farmer.
('. Skinner s hi lot 6 Fairlaw n
and is putiing in place a very handsome
It gives the events of foreign land» In a nutshell. It» AG-
brought against Dunn lor this infrac Levi L Stilwell and wile to John
R1CULTURAL department has no superior In the country.
B Groth, blacksmith.
set of metallic counter-fixtures. The old
Its Market Reports are recognized authority Separate depart
and 1> W Jones 92.19 a pt Win
tion oi the law, and he plead guilty and
ments fol "THE FAMILY CIRCLE," "OUR YOUNG
First National believes in. being up with
D Stilwell die t 3 r 4 ..............
FOLKS," and "SCIENCE AND MECHANICS.” IU "HOME
was fined »10 and costs, amounting in all
F Keyes, farmer.
the times and having some style.
AND SOCIETY” columns command the admiration of wive»
Chas and Aiarv Jane McKinnon
t lereof, thence east to the east boundary Chickens ..............
to »IS.40. The violation of the law
daughters It» general political news editorials aud
A Mills, farmer.
to A C McKinnon 183% a pt J
of the Amity voting precinct. All coun Turkeys ................
Capt. Heath, of the Telephone-Regis against carrying concealed weapons is of
dlscunlou» are compr«henslv«, brilliant and axiauttlve.
. ,6<g7c a
C Matheny die t 6 r 4........... « 2100
ty roads lying north of said east and Ducks.....................
ter has something to take the place of frequent occurrence, and such parties are C E Belding and w ife to Mrs II A
west line above described and being Potatoes. . .
the “fighting editor.” It is an excellent subject to severe penalties upon convic
Atwood lots No 4 and 5 blk 4
Foster’s addition to Sheridan
Albert Odell, iarmer.
specimen of the St. Bernard dog, weigh tion.
heretofore in road district No. 4, includ Dressed Hogs
F A Lashier and wife to Edith Al
C I.etscher, farmer.
ing the county road along which said | Veal........................
ing 106 pounds. He will be the 400 of j
A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables u» to offer this spiendii
Cox parcel in Whiteson
Win Clemmons, iarmer.
division line runs part of the way, shall | Baled hay, timothy
all the dogs in town.
Hope < riiEhed to l aiih
Geo and Nettie Cnsiter to A P
»10 journal and the REPORTER for
Geo Dorsey, farmer.
l«e in road district No. 17, and all county i
Magness lots 1 to 8 blk 12
McMinnville was represented nt the Will rise again in the bosom of adyei-ep-
J W Coovert, tamer.
Wheatland and 141.82 a pt sec
roads lying south of said division line ex
state Endeavor convention in Portland, I
34 t 5 r 3 150 a pt sec 28 t 5 r 3
J Arms, farmer.
cept the said county road along which
and 2% a pt Mark Sawyer die
which closed Sunday, by Mrs. Anna pseiKlotonies, which have bamboozled
J If Goodrich, farmer.
said division line runs part of the way, Baled Straw.
CASH IN ADVANCE.
Todd, state secretary, Mrs. Eason, Miss I
W FGilkey, farmer.
shall be and constitute road district No. Mixed Chop
int in 160 a sec 6 t 5 r 6
Vesta Esson and Ray Barnhart, tbe a cure, the real in vigorant and stomachic, C F Jewett and wife to Win and
subscription for the two papers is $2.00. )
Wheat Chop ...................
two latter representing the junior society. Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters. The bilious,
Saini Parrett lot 6 blk 50 Dun
In the matter of petition of J. W.
D V Olds, hop raiser.
Subscriptions may begin at any time.
the nervous, the dyspeptic, the rheumat
dee .............. . ................... .
C.V. Cooper, head adviser Pacific juris ic alike derive speedy l>enefit from this Charlotte A and 8 E Cummins to
Wheeler and oan others for a new road
E B Collard, farmer.
AiWreee all ordir» Io
diction, Woodmen of the World, will visit heljifnl botanic medicine. Persons Buffer
dietrict to be set off from districts Noe. 9 Bran
Wm Dee, farmer.
D W Cummins 2% a pt J B
Rogers die t 5 r 3
McMinnville Camp No. 128 on Monday ing from indigestion will gain no perma
and ten Ordered by the court that a
Frank Sully, farmer.
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro
evening. Feb. 4th. All Woodmen are nent good from the fisry, nnmedicated
new road district to be known as road duce, paying the highest price in cash
Chas Hadaway, farmer.
Bond 40 a pt M Hall die t 3 r 3 14)0
requested to be present.
district No. 18 be and is hereby estab the market will justify. He will sell Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Room 2,
S R Baxter, blacksmith.
stimulants of commerce, too often Wnr Goodrich and wife to Mary
Tribune Building, New York City, and a sample copy of Tbe New York
T. J. B ridoe F ord , Clerk.
lished as follows: Beginning at the bridge you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
Jas Reid, fanner.
used recklessly. The Bitters is immeas J Langdon 59-100th acres part
Weekly Tribune will be mailed to you.
Geo C Goodrich, fanner.
in the county road near J. S. Holt’s D street south of First National Bank.
R. H. Sherrill and wife, of Centralia, urably to be preferred to these as atonic, John McIntire to Emma McIntire
place at the boundary line of the city of
He also carries a full line of Graham in
were guests this week of Mr. Sherrill's since its pure basis is modified by the
tract adjoining Lafayette .........
Newberg, thence southwest to a point on small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
sister, Mrs. John F. Derby. Mr. S. is an
S C Pearson, farmer.
O and Minnie V Robertson lots
a line with the south line of the place wheatlets, etc.
evangelist in the branch of the Advent ents of the highest remedial excellence.
Geo Owen, farmer.
5, 6 7 anil 8 blk 43 Edward s
known as the Ezra Woodard place,
ists known as the Church of God, and Malaria is prevented and lemedied by it,
add to Newberg.......................
W D Weed, shoemaker.
thence west on said line of said place to
left on Thursday to engage in work in and it infuses vigor into the weak and Jesse Edwards and w ile to Mary
Sara Hibbs, farmer.
Winslow s % lot 4 blk 9 New
sickly. A wineglassfnl three times a
A C Davis, farmer.
thence west on the said line of said Hall the following leading publications,
8 loaves of first class bread for 25 cents i dav is the average
G W Keen, farmer.
ir ■tr ir ir |.
R J Nickel and wife to Moses Hol
place to the southwest corner of the same, whereby we are able to offer them in
lingsworth 45.69 acres part Luke
at J. P. Irvine’s.
thence north on west line of said Hall connection with our own at exceedingly
The ladies of the Methodist church
J B Handley, farmer.
The Foresters lodge at this place made announce that they will serve a lunch at
farm, including county road now there low rates, as follows: The R eporter
D 0 Durham, fanner.
the largest increase in membership dur high noon on Washington’s birthday,
the northwest corner of tbe same, and
Week ending Jan. 30th;
J W Cook, farmer.
ing 1894 of any lodge in the jurisdiction. and a chocolate tea in the evening. Their Isabella and L H Cook to J J
thence west to southwest corner of Jo Weekly Inter Ocean......................................... 11.35
L. C. Parker of Dallas, grand master oyster supper and taffy pull Tuesday
Campbell lots 3 and 4 blk 10
Hess claim, including county road now St. Louis Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly......... 1.75
»Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25
Oak Park. .................................. » 200
C S Hubbard, farmer.
of Odd Fellows of the state of Oregon, evening was quite a success, and the
there, theDce north along west side of New York Tribune, weekly.............................. 1.25
K and Mary Sitton to Pratt K
H P Newton, farmer.
paid the McMinnville lodge an official proceeds will be used in purchasing new N Sitton
•The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
48.15 a pt sec 1 t 4 r 5 ..
P A Bates, miller.
visit on the 26th. He was accompanied song books
running east and west, thence east along the most practical and useful publication
N K and Mary Sitton to F D Sit
G F Earhart, farmer.
by Frank Chapman, Frank Styles and
ton water right of way ...........
and including county road to the line on the coast for farmers, dairymen and
Climatic Intlueiice on Health.
N K and Mary Sitton to F Ward
E Seese, farmer.
H. Morrison, all Odd Fellows of Dallas.
butween the Riley Bean and Geo. L. fruit growers.
Sitton 48.15 a pt sec 11 4 r 5 .
It cannot be denied that the influence
A R Burbank, capitalist.
Nelson d I c’s, thence north on the line
Two little McMinnville girls were look
of climate upon health is great, and it is F K and Mary E Heider to J A
A H Denny, farmer.
“Dressmaking” signs25c ready printed
between said claims to the township
ing over the newspaper. The elder, who in recognition of this fact that physicians
Ivie 175x250 ft pt A B Faulcon-
W A Newman, farmer.
line, thence east on township line to tbe at this office.
could read better than understand, was send patients suffering with pulmonary
er die t 5 r 6...............................
J L Vickery, merchant.
southwest corner of township 36, in t 2 s
going over the senatorial vote in the ! diseases to great distances for “change Marcus and Mary Blair to F M
Leave your order for a good, fat chick
II B Verdett, farmer,
r 3 w, thence north on eection line be en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street
legislature. The younger, who could of air.” But when the sufferer happens
Hoskins 17 a pt Andrew Har
H E Mosier, teamster.
tween 35 and 36 and 25 and 26 to tbe market.
neither read nor understand very well, to be too poor to act upon the advice his
vey die t 3 r 3.............................
C Henry, teamster.
county line, thence east on county line
after heiiing that Lord had four votes,
L. E. Walker is paying highest market
lot is hard indeed. But it is not neces- N K Sitton and wife to David
•poke up. “Look, sister, and see how I sarily hopeless. Dr. Pierce’s Golden
Stout 107 a pt claim No 36 13 r4
L C Washburn, teamster.
south to the county line to northeast of
many there were for Jesus.”
Medical Discovery can be had at any Elsie Hanson to George Hanson
south m ’ minnville .
section 36, thence south on section line
Rev H. A. Denton preached his fare medicine store, and to it thousands
lots 1 and 2 blk 26 Hurley’s
and Maple too
between 36 and 31 in t 2 s r 3 w, thence
well sermon to a large audience at the whose cases were considered desperate
add to Newberg .....................
south on east line to H. C. Palmer’s land When B«by was »lek, we gave her Castoria,
S L Wolfe, farmer.
Christian church Sunday evening. In ] owe their Jives.
Schuyler Usher to L M Smith 12)
bearing south to the south line of the When »he waa a Child, she cried tor Castoria,
his review of the two and a half years of
a pt sec 25 and 36 t 2 r3...........
Up to a certain point in the progress
French farm, thence east to the noith- When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
Milt Richardson, farmer.
LTiere: Sweet lXla.dcere.1
his pastorate he showed that a noble of consumption, Dr. Pierce's Golden J P Converse and wife to Geo F
corner of the land of Alonzo Had When she had Chlldrsn, she gave them Castoria,
work had been accomplished. The church Medical Discovery is a positive remedy.
Newton lots 1 to 4 Rural Home
ley, thedee south on the east line of said
S A Manning, merchant.
now numbers about 160, 95 of whom have But delay is dangerous with consump
No 2..................... '......................
farm to the southeast corner of tbe same,
been added during the time. Ail de tion. In all the conditions that lead to Adolf Dietrich to J A Gulliford pt
Cranberries and Crackers
thence east ene-fourth mile, thence south
0 O Hodson, merchant.
partments, including the Sunday school, it the “Discovery” is the remedy. With
lote 7 and 8 Wvnooski subdivi
to the place of beginning.
J R Booth, farmer.
Endeavor and other auxiliaries are well severe lingering coughs or weak lungs,
R S Allen, farmer.
In the matter of tax levy for 1894 it
organized and show corresponding growth nothing acts so promptly. Every disease John Sherwood by sheriff to W H
Benj Hartman, iarmer.
orderedjliat it be as follows: State Tbe following general formunre always In stock
and prosperity. Not all the credit, of that can be reached through the blocd
Harrison pt lot 2 sec 30 t 5 r 4
Chas Palmer, capitalist.
tax, 3 mills; school tax, 5% mills; indi and for sale at the Reporter office :
course, is due to him for this condition yields to this medicine. The scrofulous Pacific II E & Inv. Co to C F
Real Estate Mortgage
Hi Rummel, farmer.
gent soldier tax, l-30th mill; county tax, Quit-claim
of things, but it is evident that he has affections of the lungs that’s called con
Jewett 6 tracts in Dundee Orch
5 14-30ths mills ; total, 14 mills.
See Our Handsome Line of Semi-Porcelain Ware.
been the right man in the right place, or sumption is one of them. For this and
ard Homes No'2.......................
Transfer of Mortgage
In the matter of bids for furnishing
tbe work could not have been accom for every other form of scrofula, for all Pacific R E & Inv Co to Dundee
We carry a large stock of stationery and are
lumber in the various districts, it was or prepared
Prune Co lots 61 and 62 Dundee
to do job printing of every sort in the
blood taints and disorders, and all chron
style of the art and at low figures
M Underwood, farmer.
dered that county clerk be authorized to
Orchard Homes No 2. . ..
A very successful revival meeting is ic bronchial, throat and lung affections,
Clem Scott, farmer.
receive bids for furnishing any one or
being held at North Yamhill by Rev. J. the “Discovery” is the only remedy so W O Henderson, sheriff to M A
more of the districts for year 1895. See
A. Campbell of the Christian church. certain that, once used, it is always in
Win Ball, farmer,
call in this paper.
W G Henderson, sheriff to Victor
Up to Tuesday, fifty-one persons had favor.
The appointment of road supervisors
J W Oowis, banker.
Gross lots5 and 6blk 1 Morgan’s
made the good confession and promised
Can anything else be “just as good” for
'gf Ferry's Seed» at your dealera^J
was only partially made. Ed Woods
to lead better lives. Interest continues you to buy ?
f* aa fresh and fertile as though w
was named for district 1, I. N. Branson
J A Peckham, capitalist.
rW you got them direct from Farry’a $
Leander Gray toNettie Gray 282.10
and the seating and standing room is
Don't you believe it.
for No. 3, 8. C. Pearson for 15, and O. J.
J G Eckman, editor.
a pt John F Johnson die t 4 t 5
occupied each evening ^The church
(Third Street, between E and F.)
A High Compliment.
W G Henderson, sheriff, to J M
there already had a membership oi about
Wilbur Hibbs, farmer.
Bunn 160 a pt sec 8 t 3 r 6. ..
B oltot , C onn .—“I am very much
forty and it will become one of the best
R B McDonald, farmer,
1* are known and planted every- i
A H Denny, supervisor..
in the valley. It was the Oregonian that pleased with the effect of your Simmons Sarah A Deskins et al to Pacific
LW where, and are always the J
John Orimmons, farmer.
College q. c, deed to 9.60 a pt
J C Cook, running drift
aptly remarked the other day, that the Liver Regulator, and have recommended
best. Frrry’a Seed Aunual
S. WIbSON, Manager.
for ls»3 tells all about
S J Dunn,
churches are schools of good citizenship. i it to a good many friends.”—E. A. Rose.
them, — Free.
D. M. Ferry & Co.
North Yamhill is to be congratulated Your druggist sells it in powder or liquid; Mary C Goodrich to Pacific Col
lege q. c. deed to 14.11 a pt
G R Riggins, do
upon having a strong school organized the powder to be taken dry, or made
Eventhing first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
Deskins’ die............................ .
H P Moor, farmer.
J W BalliDger, do
| into a tea.
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