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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1895)
COINTY CO H MISSION ERS.
TO MOVE OR NOT TO MOVE.
Heal Estate Transfers.
Mrs Nettie Ungerman is in Salem
Week ending February 12th :
A Good-Aatnred and Free Waler
John and Eliza Lynch to John
Ir. <». S. Wnght for fine dental
A girl baby was born to the family of
Soper 6 acres part Nehemiah
Frank Rhodes Wednesday morning.
Quite a large number of representative al declared a public highway and super
Martin dl c............................... $ 500 !
■n of Gaston was in the
1’. K. Smith’s small son fell from a
visor instructed to open same.
W N and N M Parrish to Anna
tree and broke his arm on Monday last. citizens responded to the call of Mayor
35 HEW 35.
( •wing to conflicting bids and irregu
Were cared for at The Creche in the
■A*. Frank Storey, of New-! Rev. James Campbell will preach in
children’s building at the World's Fair.
larities all bids for furnishing lumber to
■ visit.ug : the city this week. district No. 8, Sunday at the usual hour.
1 will sell at or near the Johnson barn,
They were exclusively fed on the only per
question. The mayor presided over the road districts were rejected, and the clerk Geo and Mary Jane Willis to Geo
Forest Grove, Washington county, Ore
fect food—well we wont mention any names,
I’ Irvine’s ad in
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Irvine returned meeting aud Councilman Walker was was authorized to readvertise for bids.
Willis Jr lot 5 blk 5 Willis add
gon, Saturday, March 2d, 1S95, com
but just say we have in stock several perfect
Wednesday from a three days stay in called to the secretary's chair. Opportu See notice.
mencing at 16 o’clock a. m,, the follow
kinds, and are glad to sell them for the ‘ dear
to McMinnville ...
Mrs. Mary Judd is visiting the family Inde]>endence.
little ones.” When you come to purchase
Application of Thos. Huston to have Geo and Mary Jane Willis to
nity for all to express their preference
infant food you may want something else,
of Ret. Mcminger at Ashland this week.
Ed Warren returned home Thursday and judgment on whether the water taxes of 1891-2 remitted on lands assessed
Kate V Willis lot 8 blk 5 Willis
horses, consisting of brood mares, colts
remember we have that “Homething else,”
Miss Myrtie Apperson is visiting morning from southern California. lie works should be improved as needed, or toW.B. Buffertyetal. It appearing bv
add to McMinnville
200 and fillies. Such mares as Victoria I,
and are glad to sell it also.
friends at Portland, Oregon City and is looking quite robust.
Bruce F Purdy aud wife to Little
removed to a point nearer the city’s busi
fWe are speaking of Drugs. ]
Lassie, and one of the best three-vear-old
& Smith nw of nw of sec 5
Mrs John Evenden is improving in ness center and the supply of water ob were heretofore remitted by this court,
ROGERS BROS’ PHARMACY.
Messrs. Walker, and that norecord was made of the same, I t2sr5w
500 (1339); sire Lochrvan (23,181), blood bay,
T A. White is preparing to move his health but slowly. Rheumatism con-1 tained from wells.
re*taurant across the street into the •titutes a new affliction.
Road petition of C. G. Richards et al | Tyler Smith part lot 4 blk 1
horse. Some half and seven-eight«
Lost, Sunday evening on the streets of condition of the worke, how the washing for a county road. Ordered that W. F.
blooded Clydes. Also road stock, con
Morgan's add to Sheridan
The members of the Whiteson brass this city, a large carved tortoise shell of the substratum of sand was allowing Gilkey, Geo. D. Vinton and Sam Buell
sisting of Flora D. by Commoneer, by
Electioneer; dam, Cora, record 2:24’4
band will give a concert in their hall on fancy comb. Finder please leave at this
the necessity with each rise in the be appointed viewers, to meet with sur-' Blaumauer-Fiank Drug Co
Black Bess, by But 8, dam, by Conster
the night of the 22d
nation. One two-year-old Alley, by
stream of employing special help to draw I veyor at clerk’s office on Feb. 18. at 10 a.
part of lot 4 blk 1 Morgan’s add
Married—At Carlton, February 13tb, the pumps up to a safe height The cost m., to view and locate said road.
Remember that J. P Irvine’a 30 days
Noonday; dam, Flora D. Argo, a fine All kinds of Fine,
All kinds of Watches. Cltxiks
D. .4. SMITH’S
three-year-old stallion, by llambletonian
and Jewelry for sale at
sale is half gone, and you are missing Eld. McCutcheon officiating, Nels Olson of making needed repairs of the plant,
Court bouse ordered insured for $25,-I Cropley G Phillips and wife to
Meiuhrino; dam, Biscinati, by Wood
bard times price.
bargains every day.
and Johanna L. Eltnlund, of Yamhill as it now stands, was estimated at near 000 for three years.
bury, thoroughbred; fifth dam by Im
Ford P Hall lots 33, 34 aud 35
ported James, etc. Flora D and Black paired and made
R. B. Hayden, an old resident of this
blk 2 Newlterg Orchard Asso
$3000. J udge Magers thought the im- i In matter of costs of justices’ trans
Bess have colts at their sides from Argo;
to run as good
The teachers attending examination, portant question to deal with was the cripts. Whereas, the expenses of prose
county, now of Everett, Wash., was in
they are hard to beat. He shows him
as new at
the city this week.
the traveling men and the local boarders shifting of the soil. Without an estimate cuting criminals in the various justices' Crople.v"G Phillips and wife to
self a line breeder.
Lewis C Jones lots 28, 29 and 30
At the same time will lie sold a wagon,
Send your orde.r for books, blank have combined to make this a busy week oi the probable cost he did not feel pre courts of the county is grow ing to be a
at the Hotel Yamhill.
self binder, mower, hay rake, plows,
blk 2 Newberg Orchard Asso
books and stationery to C. Grissen. 4tf
pared to vote on a change. Was in heavy burden on the taxpayers, and
The old hearse has been repainted and
This will be one of the l>eel opportun
ities ever offered to secure good breeding
rewheeled by Johnson <fc Nelson, and it Wednesday night. He says something pose a removal because he lived on that charged in a hearing before said courts I Cropley G Phillips and wife to
is going to happen over there very shortly side of the creek, although he had beeu or before the grand jury, thus entailing
stock for a very low figure. Times will
Win M Gale lots 31 and 32 blk
will make a much better appearance.
not always remain as they are, and those
considerable useless expense to the coun
now in the way of an election.
Eltia Wright has done rather a neat
who breed good horses now, and espec
Representative Gowdv’s bill amending While he would not use the water to
ially draft horses, will surely get good
thing by extending the privet hedge
H Jennings lot 37 blk 2 New
prices. Good horses are scarce, and as
from bis lots along the east line of the M.Minnville’e charter so ao to allow drink, having a good well, he thought
berg Orchard Asso No 1.
250 the times improve the horse market will
women to vote was read the second time that the residents on that side were en they require from the prosecuting witness
M. E. church property.
advance. Evervlxxiy come to this sale
on Friday, and was indefinitely post titled to fire protection. Wm. Campbell in each case, except where the accused is Cropley G Phillips and wife to
and get something to improve your
The snowfall this week was a good
Mary A Jennings lot 36 blk 2
was in favor of removal, and character
breeds while you can have them at your
thing for the farmers, as the dry, cold '
Newberg Orchard Asso No 1
250 own price. Those going from Portland
ized the Yamhill water as “swill” which sufficient bond for the costs and dis
Owing to the very hard times in money matters I have concluded to give
weather was hard on the wheat, aud it'
bursements likely to be made in said W E and Kate M Potter et al to
take the 7 ;30 train at the Holton house; another hard times sale, and now tor the next thirty days we will sell you th.
eveuing literary and musical entertain might give us all diphtheria. Had been
had begun to worry them.
returning the same day at 5:30.
Geo F Heusner 13 lots in Bi
ment at the college. The club drill will. unable to rent property because it was
Terms of sale: Six months will be following goods for less money than any house in Yatnhil) county.
It is a wonder there hasn’t been a
LIST OF SUPERVISORS.
b? a special feature by the youug ladies.
given on good approved notes, bearing
“corner” on eggs, as sixteen dozen were
6 per cent interest from date.
was in favor of removal if it would cost District No. 1
Ed Woods: Geo F Heusner and wife to D B
All are invited.
received by Rev. Thompson at bis dona
L. M. Cox.
Sigler 13 lots in Biber’s add to
Sugar by the sack. Sugar by the dollar’s worth.
tion last week.
Sheridan .. ................ .
present plant. He described the Hills 4
green or roasted. Teas of all kinds. Fine
of the Methodist church for Feb. 22d,
M arried .—At the residence of Robert
Jasper Hewitt F W Spencer to S W Sigler lots in
Salt. Oil by the can or case. Syrup in
has been postponed to an indefinite date, boro plant as he observed it during a
......... W T Hash ’ Dayton and Newberg
King on Thursday, the 7th inst., at 11 a.
owing to the fact that the veterans will recent visit. F. W. Fenton thought it
Report of McMinnville public schools
Corn Meal, Rolled Oats, Buckwheat,
m., by Judge J. E. Magers, George Wil
was simply a choice between two busi 7 .....................
G F Earhart Mahala Ann Cave to Mrs. R
spread a big dinner on that day.
for month ending Feb. 8, 1895.
Corn, all kinds of Fruits—in fact
Kitson lots 3, 4 and 5 blk
lis and Miss Annie L Congle, both of
ness propositions, and that time and 8 .....................
...........Z J Imue
z > > Z á á z z
The basket dinner to be spread by the careful thought should be given in con 9 ..................
kinds of goods, Reiaember ws
3 3 o «
tfar veterans on the 22d inst., promises to sidering them. If the present plant was 10...................
Ä Ä 2. A. ■
Thos Turner P.achel A Kitson and husband
Sam Yick has opened a laundry on a
J E Henklelots 3, 4 and 5 blk
Ç, S' ><
street near Stow’» lumber yard. He has I be very enjoyable. The program will an elephant on our hands, he would not 11
W ard .
consist of a speech by Judge Caples and favor spending much money on it. J. 12.....................
20 Faulconer’s add to Sheridan
K © X*
a new ironing machine, and is prepared
exercises by the school children.
P Irvine counseled economy. Thought 13 ..................
Wm Merchant j J P Carson receiver to Commer
to do first-class work.
1 <£ 2 grades 47 36 34
Given in exchange, a 25 cent box of the very least money necessary to tide 14
3 & 4
46 4-5 44
I N Edmiston i cial National Bank Portland 2
Unruh offers $5 off to the first purchaser
stationery (1 quire fine paper and 25
1 the matter over a year, should be ex 15 .....................
SC Pearson j parcels of land in North Yamhill 17Ú0 5 & 6
45 45 41
of a bicycle this year. The new model |
envelopes) all for 10 cents, at
pended. C. A. Wallace spoke for equal
O J Leabo j
15, weight 22, gear 64, combines all the
C. G riesen ' s .
C ook W ard
protection to all citizens against fire. 17 ....
. Frank Harpole ’ Oliver 89.45 acres part John
excellencies except Unruh’s new pedal, i
1 & 2 grades 47 4L 40 12
2 12 27 4
Welch d 1 c 12 r 3 also blk 13
Senator Calbreath’s bill relating to He characterized the present main as 18 .....................
and it will have that in time.
49 47 46
8 & 4 “
Central add to Newberg
1000 5 & 6 “
48 48 47
state and district fairs has passed the “stove pipe,” and that whatever was
J. P. Irvine, being overstocked in j
senate. The bill amending the city done should be done well. He did not J C Pennington, treas salary.
$ 50 00 John and Mary Fleck to S A
coal oil, is now selling for $1 per can net
Charleston lots 1 and 2 blk A
charter, enabling the council to divide favor drawing a water supply from a Wyatt Harris, recorder’s salary 116 65
Hobson’s add to Newberg
the city into three wards, has passed tank. G. W. Jones thought there was a J O Rogers, dep recorder............ 50 00
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
The Leading Grocer and Baker of Yamhill and Polk Counties
Win. Ljvingood of Whiteson, tried on both houses.
question whether new property could be J B Stilwell, supt salary
.... 56 85 Virginia and Jas F Watson to J
with local applications, as they cannot
a charge of stealing coffee, was bound
W Cowls lots 1 and 2 blk A of
Prof. Baker’s school report this week reasonably purchased, and whether per W G Henderson, sheriff’s salary. 180 95
reach the seat of the disease
over to the grand jury in $303 bonds, and
W T Newby’s 3d add to Mc
makes an excellent showing as regards mission to prospect would be granted R L Conner, dep sheriff
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
failing to secure the bond, was commit
tardiness. But eleven cases in an en before purchase. E. N. Ford also spoke A E McKern, clerk’s salary
in order to cure it you must take internal
ted to jail.
rollment of 411, Some neighboring of the Hillsboro plant and favored re C H McKinney, dep clerk.........
50 00 A Reconuueudatiou from Lo. remedies- Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken
Fresh taffy made every day.
towns have as high as one hundred moval if found to be the cheapest thing. I N Collard, janitor.
internally and acts directly on the blood
W H. K uns .
cases, with a smaller enrollment. All J. J. Spencer knew of no precedent for City of McMinnville, water, light 15 35:
mucous surfaces. Hall’s Catarrh
Wednesday night of last week Newt. tsachcrs in this city make strenuous I moving a plant from a good supply out F H Barnhart, prn’t’g and blanks 116 80 i 632 Castelar St., Los A ngeles , Cal.— Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
After having suffered for a long time from
Byron of Ballston, a well-to-do farmer, effort to keep the tardy column as near of town to a doubtful supplj- within the H L Heath, printing
OF THE WORLD
acute rheumatism without obtaining re prescribed by one of the best physician*
town. The opposite thing was often Chas Griesen, supplies
committed suicide by taking poison. blank as possible.
2 30 I
in this country for years, and is a regular
Sickness is given as tbo cause that led
FOR A TRIFLE.
A Johnson, bridge work
1 50 i
Those local citizens whose income
and was almost immediately relieved. prescription. It is composed of the best
him to the act. He was a widower.
! is $4,00(1 or over are filling out the blanks could not be made serviceable there was S Wigle,
I highly recommend this as the best
F or S ale .—One jack, 15 hands high, sent out by the government, in com still the alternative of sinking a pit and WTHash,
medicine known. D. M. Hamilton. blood purifiers, acting directly on the
weight about 950 pounds, 6 years old. pliance with the requirements of the
For sale by S, Howorth & Co., Druggists. niucoue surfaces. The perfect combina
For sale cheap. Inquire of M. A. Cox, income tax law. The limit of time for • capacity of any well to furnish sufficient Geo Wills,
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
7-4 1 making these returns is March 1st, but water,and there is sure menace to health Mr. Wilson,
4 50 1
duces such wonderful result* in curing
c. L. s. <:.
T. B. Kay returned from San Fran congress is taking action towards ex
in a city destitute of sewerage. He Geo Bangaeser, use of boat
Feb. 20th, 1895.
F. J. C heney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
cisco Saturday and is making prepara tending it until April 15th. The first
a Twenty-page journal, is th* leading Republican temlly
thought it a well-known scientific fact L C Thompson, corduroy............
Quotations from Pope
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
tions to move his family to Salem. They contest of this law has rosulted in the
paper of tbe united States. It la a NATIONAL FAMILY
PAPER, and gives all the general news of the United States
Ella R Leoper, brd’g poor
General study—The Contemporary
expect to leave the latter part of the I court upholding its constitutionality.
It gives the events of foreign lands In a nutshell. Its AG
1 innocuous after b short flow, and in eup- T W Smith, brd’g poor
10 00 historj- of Europe at the beginning of the
RICULTURAL department has no superior In the country
Its Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate depart
W ant to T each .—A large number of l>ort of this position cited the construction Portland hospital, care of Ellis,
Renaissance, Miss Ella Hendricks.
ments for ' THE FAMILY CIRCLE,” “OUR YOUNG
Let no one forget the college enter
The little folks of Mrs. Snyder’s kinder teachers are passing examination this of the great canal from Chicago to a point
Clark and Befter
FOLKS." and “SCIENCE AND MECHANICS." Ill “HOME
85 00; “Renaissance and Modern Art,” Mrs. tainment to-night. Some especially
AND SOCIETY” columns command the admiration of wives
garten observed Valentine’s day by pre
week for •certificates. The list, with in the Mississippi river twelve miles J N Reed, brd’g II Shultz
daughters Ita general political news, editorials and
8 00 M. C. Matthieu.
good music is a feature of the program.
senting to numerous old and infirm
discussions are comprehensive, brilliant and exhaustive
postoffice address, is as follows From above St. Louis. The St. Louis board of Nichols & Gabriel, mdse for poor 7 00
Literary study—Joseph Addison and
Eight delegatee to the state oratorical
people neat souvenirs of their own handi McMinnville—Clare C. Stilwell, John health had figured that the sewerage W II Lashier, mdse for poor
5 00 his writings, Mrs. F. Wolfenden.
contest have been elected.
Root. Henry W. Hayden, Alfred Wetd,
J W Bones, assessor’s fees
“From Chaucer to Tennyson” Miss
A great trial will be held by the
Any school district wishing to engage Frank Hibbs. Wm. Arnett, J. B. Dcd- purify iteelf in the first ten miles of the Morris & Miles, mdse for poor
12 00 Emma Greene.
society next Saturday even
the services of ono of the most compe son, Misses Mabel Hayden, Mabel L. flow in the river. He thought the pres A E McKern, stamps...................
A SPECIAL CONTRACT enabl.e us to offer this splendid
Character study—Dr. Charles H. Park
hall broom has been journal and the REPORTER for
tent and experienced lady teachers in Smith, HattieMcCumsey, Mary Hutih- ent mains of the city had not been laid J E Magers, judge’s salary.
the county, can hear of such a one by ings, Alice McCall, Florence Gallentine, deep enough nor the earth as compactly | J E Magers, judge’s salary and
The Chino-Japanese War, E. C. Ap-' broken and the criminal must be found.
The debate and a part of the literary
inquiring at this office.
Minnie Howell, Edith Hogg, Lois A tamped about them as it should have
B. F. Faller has bought a one-third Ford, Clara Dentel, Cassie Berry. Frcm beeu. Chas. Grissen spoke against the J J Henderson, com’rs salary
“The Beginning and the Ending,” program will be dispensed with and
CASH IN ADVANCE.
interest in the new steamer built to suc Newberg—F. R. Rogers, for state diplo i idea of private ownership, as it tended to | Amos Nelson,
21 00 “The World’s Debt to Electricity” and much time and eloquence devoted to the
ceed the Aneita. His son Ed is engaged ma, F. W. Burrows, Chas. Brown, Miss raise rates, and counseled the exercise A M Hadley, justice’s fees State
“Kingsley’s ‘Westward Ho,’ ” Miss important trial.
The regular subscription for the two papers is $2 00.)
in putting in the machinery ami will be Mary E. Moffitt. From Lafayette—Les of great caution before taking definite
vs Stichler ......................... .
4 70 : Frances Mann.
You ought to know this: DeWitt’*
Subscriptions may begin at any time.
one of the navigators of the boat during ter Geer, for state diploma, Mieses Em action. On motion of Mr. Irvine the W T Macy, constable fee same
Readings, Miss Orilla Peters, Miss
Witch Hazel Salve will heal a burn and
ma Olds, Margaret Strang, Viola Smith.
Address all orden to
the coining season.
W T Vinton, dist atty fee same
5 00 Lasira Apperson and Miss Ida Pagenkopf. stop the pain instantly. It will cure bad-
of five to investigate all the conditions W T Vinton, dist atty fee State vs
Debate—Resolved, That electricity les
The sawmill of the Newberg Milling From Dayton—Misses I.estia Hadley,
I ly chapped hands, ugly wounds, sores,
the chances for a person to acquire,
company burned Thursday night of last
consideration of the question, and to re i M Mulkey, road viewer
6 00 in the physical world, fame or power or ers Bros.
week. The loss is $4,000, and the insur Carlton—G. H. Carl, Benj. Blood, W. H.
Write vour name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Room 2,
port at a like meeting to be called by the W T Flash, road viewer
Tribune Building, New York City, and a sample copy of The New York
4 00 wealth. Affirmative, J. A. Buchanan,
ance $1,000. The mill had a capacity of
chair. The motion carried, and the i J L Stewart, road viewer
Weekly Tribune will be mailed to you.
4 00 negative, J. G. Eckman.
15,000 feet a day. All the lumber was Nelson, Maggie A. Triplett, Jessie M.
McMinnville Produce .Market.
mayor yesterday made the following Harvey Bogue, road marker
saved, and the mill will be rebuilt.
Reported by L. E. Walker.
From Wheatland—Julia H appointments : J. P. Irvine, Elsia Wright, A Heater, axinan.........................
2 00 Apperson and Miss Ida Scofield.
H. F. Allen was chosen as the orator Vaughn.
Canuiff. From Gaston—Delia Dudrow. J 4V. Cowls, Jacob Wortman and Wm. Grant Heater, axman
The meeting will be held at the resi Butter
to represent Pacific college, Newberg, iu
From Grand Ronde—Ella Pettijobn.
R T Morgan, chainman
2 00 dence of J. W. Gault.
the state contest.
His subject was
Sheridan—Chas. A. Sears and Charles
A Skeleton in tlie Closet.
"Whither.” Other contestants were S.
Gregory. West Cbehalem—Viola Guen
C E Branson, surveyor ..............
6c a »>
T. Stanley, who spoke on “Our Aims,”
IIow often do we hear of this in do
Will rise again in the bosom of a dyspep Turkeys ................................
ther. North Yamhill—F. G. Trullingpr,
and Miss Lida Hanson, whose subject
Daisy Blackburn. Total 47.
3 20 tic wise enough to substitute for the Potatoes................................
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was “Wanted—A Thinker ”
more appalling than the living body
D C Derby, constable fee same. .
1 95 pseudotonics, which have bamboozled Dressed Hogs
made repulsive with skin and scalp dis
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Eight loaves of bread for twenty-five
him out of his belief in the possibility of
Isaac Daugherty, drawing jury
eases, salt-rheum, tetter, eczema and
cents at Kilns’ bakery.
list Dist 1..................................
3 00 a cure, the real in vigorant and stomachic, Baled hay, timothy..............
The county court up to the 6th day of
C W. Talmage is a full-fledged law yer, March, at 12 m., will receive sealed bids scrofulous sores and swellings. Dr. | C C Linden, assistant
haviug been admitted to the bar at Sa for furnishing county bridge lumber for Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery is the , A J Bewley, assistant................
1 50 the nervous, the dyspeptic, the rheumat
ic alike derive speedy benefit from this
lem last week, Judge Moore of the su the year 1895, the same to be delivered
! A M Hadley, drawing jury list
preme court passing upon his qualifica in wagonload lots to the point where it
3 00 helpful botanic medicine. Persons suffer ! Baled Straw.........................
tions Charley is endowed with natural is to l>e used. Bids may be banded to commonly known as pulmonary con ! J C Sawyer, assistant..................
2 00 ing from indigestion will gain no perma
ability and pugnacity sufficient to win the county clerk at any time up to this sumption. By druggists.
i J R Smith, assistant,
2 00 nent good from the flary, unmedicated
Keyser, N. C. j W T Vinton, dist atty fee State
stimulants of commerce, too often Wheat Chop.......
laurels and success.
date, and may be for furnishing lumber
D r . R. V. P ierce ; Dear Sir—When
For rent or for sale: McMinnville to any one or more districts, but no bids about three years old I was taken with
Hotel. Other property taken in part for a part of a district will be accepted. mumps, also had fever, finally I had that B F Rhodes, justice fee same
payment. Enquire of Rhodes & Rhodes. The county reserves the right to reject dreaded disease Scrofula. The most em- [ W G Henderson, sheriff fee same 12 40
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro
conjunction with it of vegetable ingredi
The sales of land for taxes were all any or all bids.
duce, paying the highest price in cash
iment physicians in this section treated
and pens.................................... 10 25 ents of the highest remedial excellence. the market will justify. He will sell
A. E. M c K ern , Co. Clerk.
closed by Sheriff Henderson last Sat
me to no avail. I had running scrofu
Malaria is prevented and remedied by it, you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
R W Lancefield, overplus on sale
Dated February 12, 1895.
urday. Owing to doubt as to purchasers
lous sores on left side of neck and face. I
and it infuses vigor into the weak and den seeds as cheap as any other dealer.
being able to collect twenty per cent in
was small and weakly when eight or nine
sickly. A wineglassful three times a D street south of First National Bank.
N E Kegg, overplus on sale of the
He also carries a full line of Graham in
terest on bids above the amount adver
years old, and in fact was nearly a skele
Foster land................................ 155 30 day is the average dose.
small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
tised as delinquent, all certificates of
The concert given by the Lafayette
sale were issued for the advertised
Choral Union last Saturday night was a ' Medical Discovery wrought marvelous
STOCK OF GROCERIES IN TOWN-
OIK CLLHBIAU LIST.
changes. Although the sores were healed
Essate of Jas. S. Flett partnership; 3d
; decided success in every particular.
in eight months, I did not quit taking it
A horse wanted in exchange for drain
A Plain (statement.
Two fire alarms last Sunday caused the
We have special arrangements with
until I was sure it had been entirely
tile. Inquire at this office.
N ew M arket , Minn.—“Simmons Liv to objection on final settlement.
firemen to get in and exercise consider-
the following leading publications,
The bondsmen of Henry Westerman, 1 ably. No damage.
er Regulator cured me of Liver com
Estate of Jas. Weston ; account filed
left of the dreadful disease are the scars plaint and palpitation of the heart. 1 and approved, subject to objection on whereby we are able to offer them in
who was bound over by Justice Runnels
connection with our own at exceedingly
The drama, “All that Glitters is not which ever remind me of how near
used many other remedies, but with no final account. Executors directed to pay ' low rates, as follows: The R eporter
at North Yamhill on the 7th of No Gold,” will be produced here Saturday
death’s door I was until rescued by the relief, until I began taking 8. L. R.”— to widow $222.
vember last, in the sum of $300, for the by the students of the seminary.
“Discovery ” I am now eighteen years Wm. Schulz. Your druggist sells it in
larceny of a band of goats from his
Weekly Inter Ocean............................... -
Cupid with his little bow is doing ‘ old and w eigh 148 pounds; and have not powder and liquid; the powder to be
A Good Recommendation,
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly
cousins, became uneasy last Thursday,
L afayette , Iud.—“A Mrs. Jas. Fay, ♦Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly
taken dry, or made into a tea.
and turned him over to the sheriff. Mr. some deadly work these days. More been sick in five years.
First Quality and Full Weights. Prices Always at
living near this city, claims to have been , New York Tribune, weekly...........................
Westerman gave new bonds on Monday about it anon.
A Living Margin Above Cost.
♦The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
FAITH. HOPE AAD CHARITY,
cured by the us.e of Simmons Liver Reg
H arvey M. H olleman ,
Dame Rumor has it that our town is
aud was released.
ulator after five or six of the best phy the most practical and useful publication
Agt. for Seaboard Air Line.
These Three, but the Greatest of
Members of Company B celebrated the to have a clothing store in the “sweet
sicians had pronounced the case hope on the coast for farmers, dairymen and
fourth anniversary of their enlistment
For constipation and headache, use Dr.
”—Albert A. Welle. Your druggist fruit growers.
The remnants of the stock of the late I
A drama will be given at Garrison’s
Wednesday eveuing with a banquet to
it in powder or liquid; the powder
opera house, Friday, March 1st, at 8 p.
their mothers, sisters, wives and sweet T. C. Stephens were sold at public auc-
to be taken dry, or made into a tea.
heart*. The m., s., w. and s. furnished tion last Saturday.
Most people can not afford to experi
We have faith that this drama will
the pastry, and the boys the chicken and
We are to have a board of trade in our ment. They want immediate relief.
Judge Galloway went to Salem yester Whan Baby was sick, we gav. her Castoria,
W. G. HENDERSON
please you all. We hope you will all
pickles, and the spread was made in the town, if you please, so look out.
That’s why they use One Minute Cough
When she was a Child, aha cried for Castoria,
armory. The 13th w as anniversary day,
Mrs. Edson is improving slowly but Cure. Rogers Bros.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castona,
the affair is entire and absolute.
but being drill night, the supper was surely.
Ina recent editorial the Salem, Oregon, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Independent says: “Time and again
Miss Myra Bryan is very sick with
Two lots in Johns’ addition to Mc- popular and favorite artists as Mesdames have we seen Chamberlain’s Cough
Assessor J. W. Bones will take a new hop poisoning.
Minnville for sale at a bargain, Inquire L. L. Hobbs, Inez Cooperand C.Fellows. Remedy and never without the most
census of the county this year, ns re
It is rumored that Dr. J. W. Watts
Messrs. C. McKinney, F. E. Rogers, E. satisfactory results. Whenever we see a
(Third Street, between E and F.)
of W L. Warren.
quired by law, along with the regular
and family will move back to their old
work of his office. He w ill be assisted
home in this place soon.
Take a dose of DeWitt’s Little Early D. Glenn and John Evenden, alias cough or cold, we invariably advise them at this office.
by F. M. York, who will canvass Mc
just for the good they will do you. Nezzitckatcka.
to get Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy;
Minnville, J. L. Hoskins of Newberg will
Leave your order for a good, fat chick
S. WIUSON, manager.
Admission 25 cents. Plan of distribu and when they do, they never regret it. en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street
These little pills are good for indigestion,
take his old district, and Samuel Laugh Oregon City Tuesday.
Those of our citizens who have nothing
lin of North Yamhill will look after that
part of the county. Mr. Bones will as else to do nowadays are chopping their plaint, good for constipation. They are orchestra will discourse their usual sweet j well. For sale by S. Howorth & Co.,
I.. E. Walker is paying highest market
Everything first-¿laws. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
i good. Rogers Bros.
ses* the southwest corner, his old home. winter supply of wood.
price for hides, pelts and tallow,
Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give u* a call.
Jeoielry Store » * *
Give us a call and get our prices.
J. P. IRVINE
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