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The Epworth League.
Protecting Song Birds.
D ied .—March 28, 1895, of consump
M right, the dentist, McMinnville.
Yamhill Lodge No. 10, D. of H. meets
was passed by the recent
Picture frames at the Novelty.
M. CoDlee, after many months of suffer at the opera house Wednesday evening, session of the legislature protecting
Wright, the dentist, McMinnville.
A number of Odd Fellows will visit the
Now is the time to use squirrel poison. A can or two
County Assessor Bones has not yet ing at her home in Chehalem valley, Or April 10th, by the league of the M. our native song birds. This is a step
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. Amity lodge Saturday night.
carefully distributed within the next six weeks will do the o
completed the city enumeration, but egon. Sister Conlee was the daughter of E. church.
A. Hill of this city on the 2d inst.
T. B. Handley of Tillamook, has been
Chorus—“Merrily goe6 our Bark.”
Mr. Bates, now of Lafayette, Oregon.
work of a dozen cans two months later.
class of foreigners make it a business
Call on C. N. Howard at “Red Front” visiting his father in this city this week. thinks it will foot up something near
Recitation, Caples Matthieu.
She was born August 9th, 1856, in the
if you want to buy a Lome.
to slaughter large numbers of our
Oak wood fur sale and delivered on
Dialogue—’’The Red Chignon.”
Tualatin plains, Washington county, Or.
beautiful song birds to eat, and it is
Fred Hibbs has taken the agency for short notice by T. D. Henderson. 14-4
Vocal music—“Only a Picture.”
Was married October 15, 1874, to James
the Stearns bicycle.
said that parties from the east also
Recitation, Miss Clara Irvine.
Mrs. A. E. Barker will speak in but failed to come. The drill contest for M. Conlee. Sister Conlee made a pro
Send your order for books, blank Grange hall Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30
Instrumental Duet, Mrs. and Miss kill large numbers for their skins,
the Dielschneider medal will be held at fession of religion when young. About
books and stationery to C. Grissen. 4tf
and such destruction should be
ten years ago she united with the Che
p. m. Texts: morning, Luke 22:19 and the next regular meeting.
market. It will cost you but 50 cents per can, and each can
Dumb bell drill, 11 girls.
halem valley Baptist church, where she
W. F. Coulter and family have moved 20; evening, John 11:25.
Mrs. Delia Runyon, who has been a
Recitation, Miss Irene Rummel.
used will save you dollars.
into the Loban property on north B
The law as it is, however, is sur
J. P. Irvine has one of the best bakers county charge for several years, was was a faithful Christian worker, w hose
Chorus—“The Sailor’s Glee.”
in the state and everybody that uses our adjudged insane and taken to the asv- beauty of character shone out in her pa
prisingly inadequate. We have in
Dialogue—“The Hollow School.”
tient, loving tenderness to all around her
bread is happy.
Fresh taffy made every day.
Oregon over 75 species of birds which
lum Wednesday. She made application more than in any public service, yet so
W H. K uns .
W. V.'. Esterbrook and wife of Ellens to the county judge for a box of pills.
Music—“Only a Dream.”
true was she that all admired and loved
F. E. Griffith was down from Indepen burg, Wash., are visiting at Sheriff They were procured for her and ehe took her humble spirit. As a wife and com
their song or qualities of destroying
Candle Drill and Song.
dence the last of the week. He says he Henderson’s.
the whole box, making her quite sick. panion she was dutiful, faithful and lov
Injurious insects. Of this number
Chorus—“Arise: Sleep No Morel”
likes that town.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kuns returned She had the hallucination that her ing. As a mother she was watchful,
Admission 10 cents. Lunch served by the list of protected birds embraces
“Bronze Local,” is the latest in ladies’ Wednesday from a week’s sojourn in friends were trying to poison her.
only 37 species, while it includes a
assiduous and tender. As a neighbor ladies of the church.
fine stationery. Manufactured to order Portland on business.
The city council held a session Wed aud friend she was obliging, considerate
number of species unknown in the
Poor Indeed !
and sold by C. Grissen.
A lodge of RebekahB was organized at nesday evening. An ordinance requiring and helpful. As a Christian she was de
The prospect of relief from drastic ca
W. II. Ladder is moving from White- North Yamhill last night, by Rebekahs an annual license of $5 of barbers and re voted, prayerful and humble. She leaves
Another feature of the new law is
from this place and Lafayette.
quiring Sunday closing was referred to a bereft husband and five small children, thartics for persons troubled with consti
son to Newberg.
no provision is made for scien
Dr. W. J. Clark, dentist, has been committee. An ordinance was also re a stricken community and a sorrowing pation is poor indeed. True they act
Eight louves of bread for twenty-five
collecting of birds and eggs.
kept at home for some time with the so- ferred providing for the rocking of Third church to mourn her loss. Funeral ser upon the bowels, but this they do with
cents at Kuns’ bakery.
prevent colleges and indi
street east of the railroad, the railroad vices were conducted by her pastor
violence, and their operation tends to
George Niggle, a subject of Switzerland,
company having consented to pay its
weaken the intestines, and is prejudicial viduals from making collections of
W. E. M c C utcheon .
N. E. Kegg left Wednesday on a busi
was granted naturalization papers on the
to the stomach. Hostetter’s Stomach birds of the state, and seriously
ness mission to his old home in Bedford,
■'But evil is wrought by want of thought,
Bitters is an effectual laxative, but it effect persons who are making re
As well as want of heart."
License to marry has been granted to Penn., and will be absent several
gripeB nor enfeebles. Further
By want of thought mothers allow more, it promotes digestion and a regu ports of birds to the U. S. depart
Ella M. Biggs, aged 18, and E. M. Oliver,
< oumy <:. E. Convention.
J. P. Irvine says if you want flour and
daughters to become frail and puny. lar action of the liver and the kidneys. ment of agriculture, and who must
Our new Spring aud Summer stock is now
The semi-annual convention of the
Over-study in girls induces uterine dis- It is an efficient barrier against and rem occasionally kill birds for identifica
For rent or for sale: McMinnville salt no grocer can put out his sign and Yamhill County Christian Endeavor
complete with the exception of Ladies’ Wraps and
ordars and weaknesses, and blights their edy for malarial complaints and rheu tion, in order to make their reports
Hotel. Other property taken in part undersell him. Do you cumtux?
Union met at Lafayette Friday, at 7:30,
future happiness as wives and mothers. matism, and is of great Itenefit to the complete. Our older eastern states
Ladies’ Shirt Waists, in which we will have them
payment. Enquire of Rhodes A Rhodes.
of last week. It was a grand success, so
Joined to proper hygienic care, Dr. weak, nervous and aged. As a medici permit and encourage scientific col
reported. One hundred and fifty en-
ranging in price from 50 cents up to $8, and Mil
Win. Lambert, of the steam laundry,
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a price
received hie new combined shirt and have been made in one. Besides fur deavorers were present. All the senior less remedy in such ailments, its value nal stimulant it cannot be surpassed. lecting of birds and eggs, and the
linery, which will take about ten days to arrive.
nishing more light for the vault, the societies of the county with but two ex
Physicians cordially recommend, and its number of birds taken for this pur
collar ironer last Friday.
change is a good one in filling the need ceptions, were represented. Seven new
professional indorsement is fully borne pose is very small, and does not
When complete, we claim to have the Best Selected
Dr. Lowe’s stay is limited to the 13th. of increased office room.
year. Using it, the wan, debilitated out by popular experience. Appetite and
Stock Ever Brought into Yamhill County, without any
See him in Dr. Wright’s office, Eyes
W. II. Kuns has the largest stock of last six months, and the spirituality of school girl gains color, flesh and spirits, sleep are both improved by this agree the number of birds.
P rof .
tested free for glasses.
able inyigorant and alterative.
oranges and bananas ever brought to the entire membership is evidenced by
A horse wanted in exchange for drain town, and he has put the price way the large number of conversions report ing backaches, languor, dejection, and
4100 KEWARD, »1OO.
And Prices—we can guarantee to satisfy every
tile. Inquire at this office.
down. It is important that you eat this ed since last convention. The last ses other symptoms of functional irregulari
The reader of this paper will be pleased
as we have purchased our goods for spot cash,
Mrs. A. Hatch has been seriously ill kind of fruit at this time of year, and sion Saturday evening was an enthus ties, and nervous debility. It never
April 1st passed quietly, the students to learn that there is at least one dreaded
for several days. Her son Fred of Ore thereby keep your system in healthy iastic one, during which Prof. J. J. Jes harms the most delicate girl.
and as a matter of course they were bought very’
Robertsdale, Huntingdon Co., Pa. did not celebrate.
disease that science has been able to cure
gon City came up to see her last week.
sup of New bet g spoke thirty minutes on
The tennis court is not completed. in all its stages, and that is catarrh.
orld ’ s D ispensary M edical A ssocia
low, and we propose to give our customers the ben
J. P. Irvine haB a large stock of canned
Benjamin Robinson of Dayton was the good citizenship movement among tion : Gentleman—I cannot sufficiently ' “Wait till the clouds roll by.”
efit of it.
goods lie is selling very low.
thrown from his horse on college side the endeavorers. The next convention express to you my gratitude for the ben
A goodly number of shade trees have cure known to the medical fraternity.
Miss Eva Hoberg returned last week yesterday morning, the horse taking will meet at Dayton six months hence.
Thanking you for past favors and hoping for
efit your medicine has conferred upon i recently been planted on the college Catarrh being a constitutional disease re
from Hillsboro, where she has been em fright at a passing train. He received
my daughter. Of late she has suffered campus.
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall’s
ployed in Mr. Knight’s insurance office. severe but not serious bruises from the
no pain whatever. It is simply marvel The third term’s work is fairly under Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
Mrs. M. Matthieu, of the city schools, fall and the horse stepping upon his leg.
ous. You have just reason to call it your , way. Several new classes have been directly on the blood and mucous sur
has been engaged to teach a three He is being cared for at the residence of
The following proceedings were had “Favorite Prescription.” and to stake 1 formed and all are progressing nicely.
faces of the system, thereby destroying
months school at Netarts during the hiB daughter, Mrs. J. B. Stilwell.
up to Thursday noon :
your reputation as a physician on it A
the foundation of the disease, and giving
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Keys, of Trask
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES,
Toll rates for the year 1895 on the Big favorite prescription it is, indeed, to
the patient strength by building up the
Although the other teachers are nobly
Ladies* Jackets and Fine Wraps, Millinery,
M. B. Hendrick will pay the highest River, Tillamook, so long known as Nestucca toll road were placed at the you and to thousands in this land, and I
constitution and assisting nature in doing
Shirt Waist», from cotton up to belt Silk.
carrying forward the work in the college
believe will be to suffering women the
price for wheat, oats, wool, hurley, nio- caterers to the want» of the traveling same figures aH those of last year.
its work. The proprietors have so much
hair aud all kinds of produce. Call on public, have removed to McMinnville
J. F. Byers was granted the contract world over. Yours gratefully,
faith in its curative powers, that they of
miss Prof’s happy smile and the hallways
T homas T hirlwell .
Dr. Dukeufiekl at Elma Wright's harness and reopened the Bynum House. With to furnish bridge lumber for Checowen
fer One Hundred Dollars for any case
sometimes seem almost sepulchral for
Mr. Keys as host and Mrs. Keys in district for 1895 at $6.95 per M.
that it. fails to cure. Send for list of tes
charge of the cuisine we bespeak for them
Asthma cured by newly discovered want of bis hearty laughter.
Joe Tharp, T. B. Henderson and J.
Isaac Daugherty of Sheridan was in
a fair share of patronage. The house Wilson Cook were appointed viewers to treatment, Pamphlet, testimonials and
The Philergian society is wide awake.
F. J. C heney & Co.. Toledo, O.
the city selling real estate Wednesday,
will be known as the “Keys House.” meet at Sheridan, April 19th, at 10 a. m., references free. Address World’s Dis- The follow ing officers have been elected tOF“ Sold by druggists, 75c.
stormy though it was.
Call and see them.
and view road petitioned for by O. A. B. pensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. for the present term: President, Ethlyn
A few good fresh milch cows for sale
Ileal Estate Transfer*.
The wind-up of the criminal court Grosser.
Million; vice-president, AlbertHuguelet;
by T. D. Henderson.
docket last week sent John Carns, who
ending April 3d :
The following bills were allowed:
C. !.. S. <!.
Rev. Lee Thompson is again in the assaulted the marshal, to the penitentiary Justice transcript State vs Ken
tary, Mavme Carr; treasurer, Bennie Portland Trust Co to Esther I
Portland hospital, having found it neces for six months. The case of the State vs.
Blood; sergeant-at-arms, V. E. Rowton;
Ellis 40 a pt Francis P King
dall ........................................... : $ 8 35
Roll call—Quotations from Browning.
sary to take medical treatment for J. Sliger was continued by consent. Rogers Bros prescriptions .......... . 13 45
assistant sergeant-at-arms, Chas. Gallo
t 3 r 3..............
“Renaissance and Modern Art,” Mrs
On Saturday, April 13, we will open a stock of
a short time.
James Hughes of Lafayette was fined Coroner’s inquest Wagner........... 28 58
C F Jewett and wife to Wm Par
E. C. Apperson.
in a part of the room now occupied by Hogg’s
Have you tried that gun-powder tea at $75 on each of two charges of selling P Lindgren making key..............
Character Sketch—Michael Angelo,
was well rendered last Saturday night. Daisy B Hillier and husband to
J. P. Irvine’s? Only 25 cents a pound. liquor to minors. A third charge was Jas Reed boarding poor .
8 00 Miss Ida Sc< ield.
photograph gallery. This stock will comprise an elegant
The address by Rev. Pace, being both
O N Denny 635.31 a pt secs I,
Prof. Toney’sorchestra has secured the dismissed. E. H. Willis of this city was E N Ford mdse for poor.........
“From Chaucer to Tennyson,” Mrs. interesting and instructive, was highly
2, 11, 12, 13 and 14 t 5 r 4___ 10,131 assortment of ladies’and children’s hats, both trimmed and
A J Apperson mdse for poor.........
1 50 M. C. Matthieu.
new “Webfoot” waltz, composed and
appreciated by those who heard it. One
E Jones et al to Thos H
Irwin Hodson Co book................ 13 00
untrimmed. We spent nearly two months in Portland this
published by Mr. Knott of Clackamas
A description of some of the leading feature of our next program is an inaugu
et al pt Jesse Parrish
3 60 characters in Dickens’ novels, J. A.
county. Music by Oregon composers is
president, Miss Million.
|Mmi7 ng Pattern
and sentenced to three years of prison City of McMinnville water light. 18 00
die t 3 r 2...................
200 spring, copy - > _ -
a scarce article.
1^ y ing millinery
Chas Moore blacksmithing .......
“Walks and Talks in the Geological
J. O. Rogers and W. M. Ramsey were
David Wesley Marquis died in this I N Collard, janitor...................... 20 00
Field,” E. C. Apperson.
elected by Occidental lodge No. 30 I. O. city at 10 p. m. Wednesday night. He
Persons who are subject to attacks of
die t .3 r 2....................
Reading—Miss Ida Pagenkopf.
O. F. as delegates to attend the grand was born in Drake county, Ohio, March J C Pennington treas salary....... 50 00
bilious colic will be pleased to know that
thoroughly acquainted with everything pertaining to the
Thos H Parrish and wife to Wm
"Napoleon on the Island of Elba,” J. prompt relief may be had by- taking
lodge of Oregon I O. O F., which con 11, 1864, and had lived in Oregon four R L Conner salary....................... 50 00
100 millinery trade. We are buying most of our goods in the
Wyatt Harris salary..................
130 40 G. Eckman.
venes at Salem May 15th, 1895.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
years. He hail been a sufferer from scrof J O Rogers salary......................... 50 00
Thos H Parrish and wife and
east at lowest cash prices and will be able to compete with
Our patrons will find DeWitt’s Little ula two years, which terminated in
Saul W Parrish to Wm A Par
A E McKern salary...
150 50 in Napoleon as shown in recent literature. always be depended upon. In many
Early Risers a safe and reliable remedy consumption. The family left consists
rish same land.
100 any in price as well as style. If you expect to buy any
C H McKinney salary................ 50 00
General discussion—The various wo cases the attack may be prevented by
for constipation, dyspepsia and liver of a wife and child. Being informed
F and Nancy K Harding to
Glass & Prudhome book ........... 12 00 man's associations.
thing in this line this season, we hope you will reserve all
taking this remedy as soon as the first
complaints. Rogers Bros.
about a week ago that he was dying, be J B Stilwell salary .................... 58 00
John Kingery 1% a pt Sami
indication of the disease appears, 25
If you do not
There will be twenty-eight pupils sent for Rev. Hoberg, who administered Frank Purvine work on court
1 orders until you call and inspect our stock.
dence of E. C. Apperson
and 50 cent bottles for sale by 8. Ho-
graduated from the city schools this baptism. The funeral was held at the
expect to buy, call and see us anyway.
worth & Co., druggists.
year. Of this number probably not Methodist church yesterday afternoon. R P Ungerman do....................... 10 10
A P Fletcher lots 11 and 12 blk
Work well Done.
more than eight will deliver orations on Deceased was a member of the order of E F Manning nails.......................
5 Lipiucott’s 1st add to Dayton
C edar R apids , I owa .—“I suffered with
the closing day.
Jones & Adams lumber .............. 72 06 dyspepsia and disordered liver, and
A complete line of elegant millinery at R W Lancefield to Carl F Pfeiffer
McMinnville’s opera house has seldom A J Byers aid for poor................ 20
1.83 a pt Solomon Eades die t 6
The district Epworth league conven
00 would frequently throw up bile. I pro prices to suit the times is to be found at
tion met in Dallas yesterday. The dele been crowded to the extent it was Mon E W Banister do .........................
8 00 cured a bottle of Simmons Liver Regula Mark SiBters’. Ladies are invited to
gates in attendance from the Methodist day evening, when J. B. Daly gave his T W Smith do.............................. 12 00 tor, and, after using half of it, was com call and inspect the same. The spring W W and Cora O Carey to Mary
Gildner lots 1, 2 and three blk
church here are F. H. Harding, Misses lecture on “The Priest in Politics.” W G Henderson stamps.
50 pletely cured. One of my lady custo opening will take place Saturday, April
Lena Stilwell and Edith Hogg, Chas. Daly is a good talker and for an hour F H Barnhart printing
and a half held the eager attention of his
B S and Mary A Clark to Mrs
Benedict and Miss Hodge.
Portland hospital care for poor
62 00 mons Liver Regulator completely cured
audience. As to the subject matter of
llic.vilnnville Produce viarkei
Elizabeth Tyler 117x138% ft in
7 80 her of sick headache.”—D. Olds.
Died, in this city March 30th, of ca the lecture, it contained little that was Nichols & Gabriel do ..................
Reported by L E Walker.
tarrhal pneumonia, Mrs. E. M. J. Gates, new to the well informed political reader
20@22 G C and Sopha E ChriBtenson to
5 00 Minimum Weight tor Carload,. Oats......................................
wife of J. C. Gates, after a varying of the past twenty years. Tuesday even W Simmons do................... ..........
John Root parcel in John Hess
On lines of the Southern Pacific in Butter...........................
illness of five years duration. The fu ing he also had a good house, as did Mrs. Mrs. Waters do............................
8c F F Snyder to Matilda B Snyder
neral was conducted at the Presbyterian Daly, to hear about “The Romish Con J E Magers salary and money pd 70 85 Oregon, 24,000 lbs. will be the minimum Eggs.......................................
60 a pt sec 36 t 2 r 3 ...........
3 00 weight upon which carload rates, tariff Chickens.............................. $200@2 75
church on Sunday by Rev. Thompson, fession.” The first lecture was under A J Spencer rent for Marquis
and interment made in the Lafayette the direct auspices of the A. P. A..which
The W. c. T. F. Convention.
90 wise specifically provided for. Cars Ducks..............................
cemetery. The sympathy of many has a strong organization in McMinn Millsap & Cook oil.......................
The annual convention of the W. C.
loaded to full space capacity will be con Potatoes
friends isextended to the bereft relatives. ville, numbering something like 125
U. convened at Baptist church in this
Irvine & Coshow legal service
25 00 sidered a carload, and subject to a mini
W. F. Ralston, the stock shipper of members, and still growing.
o 00 mum of 24,000 pounds, except where Veal................... .
C Loder bridge work
4 place Wednesday and Thursday of this
Sheridan, was in town Wednesday. He
The steamer Gray Eagle, which was Dr Smith medical service
7 05 minimum carload weight under the west Baled hay, timothy
says both the cattle and sheep market! recently built at Newberg by Albert S R Baxter house rent for poor
The delegation, on account of bad
7 53 ern classification is less, in which case the
are improving, especially the former. Kemp, L. H. Cook and E. W. Fuller, N Branson road supervisor ..
90 00 western classification will govern.
$7 state of roads, not so large as usual—only
On a recent visit to Idaho he found year who are the partnership owners, has Circuit court expense
about thirty delegates and officers pres
The presence of the state president,
lings selling for $10. There has been a made its initial trip, and came to Cor-
Frank Shepard son, an engineer on the Baled Straw...........
«1981 27 Southern Pacific Ry., who resides at Los
Kinney, adds greatly to the in
great cleaning out of cheap stock, and vallis Sunday evening. They first took
prices are likely to be higher for some ' the boat to Portland, where it was reg-
terest of the occasion.
Angeles, Cal., was troubled with rheu Wheat Chop.........
The reports of department work shows
time to come.
matism for a long time. He was treated Shorts.............................
ularly inspected by the proper officers,
added interest and zeal in all lines. It
by several physicians, also visited the Middlings .............................
Misses E. and M. E Martin, milliners 1 and immediately came up the river to
118 is too early to give a summing up of the
Joe Mattey has sold his old stock of Hot Springs, but received no permanent Bran.........................................
of Amity, announce in an advertisement this city, and left down to tow some logs
work, we hope to do this next week.
relief until he used Chamberlain’s Pain
this week their removal to this city. to Oregon City early Monday morning. goods to Mr. Byers of Moor’s valley.
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro-
The address of Wednesday evening by
Dan. Winfield is moving to his mourn Balm. He says it is the beet medicine duce, paying the highest price in cash
They will occupy the front room of the This boat was built expressly for the up
in the world for rheumatism. For sale the market will justify. He will sell Mrs. Kinney was, and we feel sure that
Hogg studio. These ladies have not per Willamette trade, and draws fourteen tain ranch this week.
you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar the audience will concur in this judg
STOCK OF GROCERIES IN TOWN-
Lafayette has changed marshals again. by 8. Howorth & Co., druggists.
l»een sparing of either time or means to inches of water; it is 110 feet in length,
den seeds as cheap as any other dealer. ment, the finest that a McMinnville
qualify themselves in the art of trimming
Republican Club Meetiug.
•’Say, where are the friends of our
and the science of harmonies in head of 218 tons. The upper deck is complete
He also carries a full line of Graham in audience has listened too for some
will be a meeting of the Lincoln small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal, time,—viewed from a literary standpoint
gear, and will be pleased to receive a ly fitted with gentlemen and ladieB cab youth?” Nearly all chopping cord wood
Republican Club called soon to elect wheatlets, etc.
merely, while it could not fail to touch
share of the patronage of the ladies of ins, kitchen, staterooms, etc. Albert or making rails, these hard times.
to attend the state club meet
hearts and convince judgment from a
The D. of H. members are building a
McMinnville and the surrounding coun Kemp, the engineer, is a resident of
moral standpoint. Seldom has it been
Corvallis; Martin is captain, and E. W. wardrobe for their team’s paraphernalia. ing to be held in Portland, May 22d.
To the many friends who assisted us in
There is a membership of about 300, and
pleasure to hear a more eloquent
The excursion by the steamer Toledo
a time of need in the sickness and burial
the club will be entitled to 12 or 15 dele
passage than that in which she described
last Sunday from this place to Oregon
of a wife and mother, we wish to express
the pathetic side of the traffic in rum.
The graduating class of the Lafayette gates. The club will also elect officers our sincere thanks.
City carried 96 passengers from the river whenever they can get business.
First Quality and Full Weights. Prices Always at
for the ensuing year.
McMinnville ought to give better au
McMinnville wharf. The attractions at The boat is so constructed that it is es seminary are in a flutter of excitement
J. C. G ates ,
A Living Margin Above Cost.
diences to the fine speakers brought us
the other end of the route were a balloon
J. W. H enry ,
ascension and the plunging of a barrel low stage of water —[Corvallis Times.
M rs . J. W. H enry .
Some of our young people here have in bank robbery in East Portland has
April 12th is arbor day. The impor
containing a uian over the falls. Both
“We take pleasure in recommending
Land for Sale.
feats were successfully accomplished. tance of observing this day with en- course of preparation a “barl” full of fun
Chamberlain’B Cough Remedy because it
400 acres of land near Whiteson. 200
The man in the barrel proved to be a i thusiasm cannot be too strongly empha
is praised by all who try it,” says J. W.
The dance given by the Minstrel not insane.
acres under plow, balance pasture and
iormerly-of-McMinnville man, John W. sized. For 30 years wise men have been
young fir timber, 3 dwellings, 3 barns, 2 Cox & Son, druggists, Marshfield, Ore
Stewart, photographer aud dramatist, detailing the dire effects that will result orchestra last Saturday night was a very
and 12 acres in hops. Situated gon. No one afflicted with a throat or
though he was advertised before taking from the deforesting of our American
W. G. HENDERSON.
Quite a few of our Americans went to is his own private business. He can, by between 2 R. R.s. Price $20 per acre. lung trouble can use this remedy without
the leap as Capt. Paul Webb, “the man lands. Yet forest destruction goes on, if
who made the successful run of the whirl possible, faster than ever. Forest fires McMinnville last Tuesday night to hear divine right, give it to a Chinaman or Easy terms. This is a snap. Address lief. It is especially valuable for colds
S heridan L and Co.
pool and rapids of Niagara river; also > are worse than ever before and forest Friend Daly tell some of the numerous wear his clothing unwashed if he chooses,
as it relieves the lungs, makes breathing
and no man dare molest or make him
the leap over St. Anthony falls of the ■ thieves and grazers are more impudent things he knows full well.
easier and aids expectoration. A cold
Mississippi river, and Bellows falls. New
A good double circular water power will never result in pneumonia when
York. He has made some sixteen leaps 1 by most of the states in observing a start for the southern Oregon mines next a newspaper to rise and remark that but
(Third Street, between E and F.)
with planer, edger and cut-off this remedy is taken and reasonable care
in all, and in passing through Portland
an route to the east was persuaded to 1 teaching the science of forest preservation conveyance and go where they choose, this purpose with Mongolians ever tick saws, and is driven by 2 turbine water Co., druggists.
les the palms of the grocer, the baker, wheels. 1000 acres ol timber land, 2
stop over and give an exhibition of hie 1 to the school children, is destined to be ' staying as long as the gold holds out.
the clothier, the blacksmith, the printer, dwellings, 2 barns, 3 yoke of oxen and
S. WILSON, manager.
wonderful nerve and skill. ’ Miller, the
the tax-collector or anybody else, but logging outfit complete, including 800,000
balloouist, was the same aeronaut who 1 wanton destruction of timber. We want Hillsboro last Wednesday.
The choral union are rehearsing the goes straight to unchristian, uncivilized. feet of logs in stream and pond at the
last visited this city, “Webb was • every individual farmer, school boy and
“The Legand of Don Mimio” China, while the scanty dollars paid into mill. Logs can be floated on this stream When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
seven minutes in going over the fails.
Everything first-claw. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
intend to present to the pub an American concern goes into the hands for 15 miles. This mill is situated 9 Guiles When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
He was suspended in the barrel by har reckless forest devastation are among
Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
of men, women, boys and girls, to feed west of Sheridan on a good jevei road.
ness to prevent injury from bumping. their worst enemies. The barren south lic shortly.
Miss Jessie Johnson, who has been hungry children, clothe fathers and Sold oyer 800,000 fpet of lumber last When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria,
One of the eleven hoope which bound ern shores of the Mediterranean, which
the barrel was broken in the fall, and a used to support a great and wealthy visiting relatives here for several weeks, mothers, and every cent of it in due year. Price $7,500, no incumbrance.
hole was punched nearly through one population, are a striking example of the will return to her home in Pendleton, Or., time comes back into circulation There Will trade for land. Address,
All kinds of Fine,
D. A. SMITH’S
is an American institution of this sort ih
S heridan L and Co.
and Jewelry for aale et
end. It was estimated about five thous result of allowing a country to be stripped soon.
Mrs. Hull Johnson is teaching down Corvallis where seven of our own kind are
Leave your order for a good, fat chick old Watches re
and people witnessed the performances. of its forests. The schools sending out
Sick headache, constipation and indi en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street paired and made
On the return the Toledo broke her year after year classes of enthusiastic
Some of our young men are talking of grinning celestials are knocking the big gestion are quickly cured by DeWitt’s market.
wheel, and passengers were delayed forest preserving graduates ought soon to
to run as good
L. E. Walker is paying highest market
about six hours within three miles of create a public sentiment on the right going to Astoria when railroad building persimmons. Is it to our credit?—Cor Little Early Risers, the famous little
as new at
side of this question.
pills. Rogers Bros.
price for hides, pelts and tallow.
De.,„ ______ .
E. & M. E. MARTIN.
WAUbACE & WAL KER
The Cleanest Stock
Aluiays the Freshest
A Choice and Handsome
Assortment of Queensware.
C ity S tables ,
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
Jemelry Store * * *