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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1895)
Entered at the Postoffice in McMinnville,
at Second-class matter.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY. APRIL 12. 1895.
Paid up Capital, *«50,000
Tra:iRM* :s a General Banking Business.
Vice President, - LEE LA rtiHLiy.
E. C. APPEESOX
H' N. J./VA
Boa rd of Diiectors:
J. W. COWLS.
A. J. APPEKSON.
J L RIX.F.IW
Sell Al^ht Ex<"li»ng>- and Tel.-rruphio Tran-
fer» on New York, -an Fraiv-rieo and Portland
Deponit» received subieet toebeck. IntcreM paid
on Timi- Depositi. Loan, money on approved
■ -eurity. Collections made on all accessible
E. J. Qualsy k
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
AND ALL KINDS OP
All work fully guarantee-! to giv<* perfid sati.-
fac-tion. Refers by permission to Win. Me Chris
man, Mrs. L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
Holl's Old Jowolry Stand, 3d Street.
ELSI A WRIGHT,
Maiiiifactnre» and 1 leal» in
SADDLES. BRIDLES, SPURS,
Briialit-H ami m II h tlit-m cheaper than
they can lie bought anywhere else in
the Willamette Valley. Our ail home
made sets of harness are pronounced
unsurpassable by those who buy them
JOHN F. DERBY,
Proprietor of The McMinnville
Situated at the Southwest corner of the Fan
AU sixes of ¡irst-ctass Drain Tile kept constantly
on band at lowest living prices.
M c M innville .
Logan & Kutch, Prop's.
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
Cut Give U» a Call.
Baths are new and first-class in every re
spect. Ladies' Barbs and shampooing a special
ty. Employ none but first-class men. Don’t
forget the place. Three door* west of Hotel
GATES & HENRY, Props
E Street, north of Third. Everything New ann
First-class Conveyance of Commercial Travel
ers a specialty Board and stabling by the day 01
month We solicit a fair share of the local pat
WCAVtAIÒ. IhAUt MARKs3 .w
CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT» For»
“">1 so honest opinion, write to
Ml NN A CO., who iisro bad nearly dtty year»'
experience In the patent bualnew. Comn-.tiinea-
tlotiR »trirtly oonfldentlal. A Handbook of In-
tormaUoti concernina Patente and how to ob
tain them aent free. Alto a catalogue ot luochuu-
k.*l and aoientldc book» »ent tree.
Patents taken through Munn k Co. receive
«ye. ml notice in the Srieniilic American, and
tkua are brought widely before the public with
out co»t to the Inventor. Thia splendid paper,
laaucl weekly, elegantly Illustrated, has by far thè
largest circulation of any aaesime work in the
world. S3 a year, rainpie copies sent tree.
BuikiiuK Edition, mouthly, 5’2.co a year. ¡Singly
cent«. Everr Dumber contains beau
tiful plates, tn colors, and photograph« of new
Douses, with plans, enabling builders to show the
latest design» and secure contract a Address
MUNN & Co., N kw Y ork . 3bl B roadway .
~ Ferry’s Seeds at your dealers
as fresh and fertile M though Y|
F you got them direct from Ferry’* 1
’ Seed Farms.
F errys S eeds
I are known and planted every- j
k where, and are always the *
L beat. Ferry’« Seed AHnnrd
for 1S95 tells all about »
them. — Free.
D. M. Ferry & Co.
J. ». CALBRtKTH
R. 1. GOVCHKR.
Calbreath à Goucher.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
( Office over Braly’s bank.)
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
Physieian and Surgeon.
ROOMS IN UNION BLOCK
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
ORF.GOV VEWS AND NOTES.
IMONS 1 “As old a?
There is said to be but one vacant
the hills” and
house in Tillamook city.
Their Daily Life—They Are^iot Wo
men of Fa*hion atrd Cart- Little
for the t ads of society—Their
election last week which resulted in
and proven ’’
Charity Work and Stu
is the verdict
choosing women for all the town
qjf o f millions.
Special Correspondence of the Globe-Democrat.
The populists of Benton county
I ON ew Y ork , March 22.—The two
expect to use the Vanderpool flying
I richest unmarried girls in America j
lator is the
machine for campaign stumping pur
Ac z7 ff/J V* only Liver
for Infants and Children
to-day are Alta and Edith Rockefel-!
poses in 1896.
ler, daughters of John D. Rockefel- all combined. Miss Alta uses the ; rich young women live. Fortune-
medicine t o
let’, head of the Standard Oil con- mahogany room and Miss Edith the 1 hunters never approach them. If
HIRTY ye ar»’ observation of Castoria with the patronaffo of
millions of persons^pormit ns to speak of it withont cnessing.
can pin you:
The much-talked about fortunes of substantial business-like desk, fitted tion would make them shiver for a egon Press Association to visit At
lanta and the exposition in October.
Itjipunqnestioncbl7_thn host remsdy for Infants and Children
faith for a
J the Gould and Vanderbilt girls pale with a large rack of pigeon-holes, lifetime.
the world has eve- known. It is harmless. Children like it. It
into insignificance when the Rocke the latter filled with neailj’ folded
gives them health. It will aave their live»,_ In it Mother» have
feller wealth is mentioned.
Since letters and bills.
tive, a n d
Both of these girls are thorough Bremen, Ind., writes: Last week our tural college. That event occurs in
the death of Jay Gould there has
■ omething which Is absolutely »efe and praotjcjüly perfect a* a
June. The young peaches are now
been a considerable shrinkage in the business women. They are allowed
was taken sick with croup. After two as large as walnuts.
valuation of the securities in which large sums yearly and they control i doctors failed to give relief aud life
Caatoria destroy» Worm»,
Cal. Pomeroy, charged with steal
the family wealth is largely invested. the expenditure absolutely, Almost hanging on a mere thread, we tried One
on tne Liver
Castoria allay» Feveriahne»».
His wealth when he died was $72,- from infancy they have been taught Minute Cough Cure and its life was ing goods from a store in Dilley, was
Castoria prevent» vomiting Sonr Cnrd.
found guilty and committed to jail.
000,000, and a larger share went to the necessity of system and method saved. Rogers Bros.
neys. Try it.
Ca»toria enre» Diarrhnsa and Wind Colic.
John Pomeroy and John Holcomb
the elder son, George, than to any of in all their doings. They each keep
Sold by all
The Old Overland .Hail.
have not been captured.
the other five children. The latter a miniature set of books, have indi
Castorin relievos Teething Troubles.
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
“The first express ever run across
inherited about $11,000,000 each, and vidual bank accounts, and can tell to
Bay City has raised a subsidy to to be taken dry or made into a tea.
Castoria core» Constipation and Flatnloncy.
cent just where their money has the plains was started by a man offer to some reliable creamery man
The King of Liver Medicines.
Castoria neutralizes tlio effects of oarbonio acid gas or polsoaon» air.
“ I have used your Simmons Liver Regu
barely compensate for the deprecia gone for the past several years. It named Butterfield in 1858,” said Al who will establish a creamery there.
lator and cau conscienciously say It is the
Castoria does not. contain morphine, opinxn, or other narcotic property.
kingr of all liver medicines, I consider It a
tion of the principal during the last is almost needless to say that very exander Benham, of Montana, the A good building and site will be giv medicine
chest in itself.—G eo . W. J ack -
Ca»toria_assimilates _tho food, regulates the «tomach and bowl»,
, Tacoma, Washington.
little of their money has gone into manager of the first overland ex en to the proper parties.
two years of financial depression.
civinc h<*ariliy and natural sleep.
The heads of the various branches the coffers of the Fifth avenue mod press. “It started at Little Rock,
It is stated upon authority of a
Has the Z Stamp in red on wrapper.
Cnitoria. ii put np i~> nno-slM» bottle» only. It 1» not »old in balk.
person who has counted the pass
The breakfast in the Rockefeller through Kansas, New Mexico, Ari words and the plumes and swords
adhere to the family traditions and
Don’t aBow any ono to soil yon anything duo on tho plea or promi»o
bequeath the bulk of their respective house is a plain meal. The family zona, and then to Los Angeles, Cal. that there are more lodge members
A HAPPY LIFE.
that Itns good1’and “will answer every pnrpo»e,”
fortunes to the eldest sons and a assemble in the dining room, and About two years later, in 1860, our in Astoria than in any town of twice
See that yon get C“A“S“T“O_R”I“A.
There is a dangerous idea preva
comparatively modest fortune to the Mr. Rockefeller asks a blessiug upon company was formed for the purpose its size on the coast.
among many young persons that
of carrying the mails to the Pacific
daughters. This plan keeps the
i» on every
The Lakeview Examiner tells of a industrious, hard-working people are
man in that section, Patterson by necessarily unamiable; that an agree
the family railroads. The Astors few minutes after 8 o’clock. The Overland, California and Pike’s Peak
name, who has written a play found able sauvity of disposition so neces
adopt similar methods for the pres father and son go down town to express company. William II. Rus-
upon the Modoc massacre, and in sary to good companionship is best
Children Crylor Pitcher’s Castoria
ervation of their city real estate manage the millions, and the mother i sell, Alexander Majors and a man
putting it on the road through attained by the happy-go-lucky; in
and her sister. Miss Spellman, who I named Wadell formed the company,
towns this summer.
short, that if one is strictly indus
So, when it comes down to the is a member of the household, attend and the contracts with the govern-
trious, one cannot enjoy life as com
bare question of millions, the Rocke
pletely as those who “cast care to
out in their names. I was chosen
feller girls, as they are invariably
winds.” Nothing can be further
called, are immeasurably above all
The hour immediately after break manager, and had my office in Den ten days limit, and a new election from the truth than that amiability
contemporary heiresses. Some time fast the girls devote to music. Miss ver.
“The southern route run b.y But will be necessary. The clerk handles and idleness are the natural accom
ago in court the father of the girls Alta is a finished pianist, while .Miss
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paniments of one another. On the
swore that he could not tell within Edith is quite expert with the violin terfield did not have as much promi over $300,000 a year of the taxpay
“Satan still some mischief
of the West
$12,000,000 what his wealth was. and ’cello. They practice regularly nence as ours, which for years was ers' money.
the indolent woman often
R. J. Hendricks, late superinten
This certainly leaves a wide margin every week day. Their taste for known as the ‘pony express’ route.
And Has the
and malignant one,
for conjecture on the subject. Men music is an inherited one. Their fa It started in at St. Joseph, Mo., run dent of the state reform school, and
DAILY (without Sunday)
$ó.oo per year
who claim to know say that his pres ther is one of the finest amateur per ning through Nebraska to Fort Kear the principal owner of the Salem
DAILY (with Sunday)...
$8.oo per year
ent wealth is in the neighborhood of formers on the violin in the country, ney, to Fort Laramie, Wyo., thence Statesman, expects to go to Bay City
thought of if she had been a busy
$145,000,000, and that its net increase and has been so pronounced by fa to Denver, to Salt Lake City, to Pla
worker. An idle person amoti£ the
is at the rate of $8,000,000 a year, as mous musicians who have been en cerville, Nevada, and to Sacramento, there. He thinks his health will be
or poor is necessarily very self
his investments earn annually large tertained at the Rockefeller house. Cal. The whole trip, extending half better on the coast.
A NEWSPAPER THE INTER OCEAN keeps abreast of the times in all
“The situation that has not its
respects It spares neither p»in . nor expense In securing ALL THE
dividends. He is only 55 years of The father and daughters often play across the continent, was made in
The long overdue British bark duty its ideal, was never occupied by
NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE.
age now, and were he to live six together in the evening to the great senenteen days, when no accident be Cupica arrived in Astoria on the 7th,
man." Only so far as we do our
years more he would then be worth pleasure of the chosen few friends fell, and accidents were not so nu laden with tin for the canneries.
duty and sacrifice a selfish desire for
more than $200,000,000.
who are permitted to hear them. The merous as some people have imag Her long voyage was due to storms, ease can we be happy. There is no
There are four children in the fact that there are four pianos, a ined. From St. Joseph to Denver and the fact that the vessel was
EXCELLED BY ANY
rest in spirit except for the man or
Rockefeller family and they will in magnificent pipe, organ and innu the trip took seven days, and from rendered too stiff by the load of tin
It has something nt interest to each member of the iamily
woman who enjoys the consciousness
ITS YOUTH'S DEPARTMENT is the very best of its kino.
herit all of the wealth. It has been merable other instruments in the Denver to Sacramento was a journey for fast sailing. Many cannerymen,
ITS LITERARY FEATURES are unequaled.
duty well performed. The indo
Mr. Rockefeller’s policy to make all house attests the musical character of ten days. That was, of course, giving the ship up for lost, had
POLITICALLY IT IS REPUBLICAN, and gives its readers the benefit of the
lent girl who imagines that by avoid
by the regular stage route, and little duplicated their orders with the
ablest discussions on all live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS OF
the charitable bequests in his life of the inmates.
ing work she can gain a life of ease
time, that he intends to make, and
After the music of the morning time w’as lost in making it.
consequent happiness should re
IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER.
the supposition is general among his has been disposed of the girls take , “To accommodate our business we
Friday night the building
that it is exactly this class
I HE INI ER OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO, THE NEWS AND COiUTERCIAL
friends that, with a few small excep up their favorite studies. Prior to I had about 150 coaches, most of which plant of the Portland Iron Works, of people who find that life is not
CENTER OF ALL WEST OF THE ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINS, AND IS BETTER
ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE OF THAT SECTION THAN ANY
tions, the bulk of his money will go her marriage Mrs. Rockefeller was a ! i were kept running all the time. To on the corner of Fourteenth and worth living. Those who pose as
PAPER FARTHER EAST.
It is in accord with the people of the West both in Politics and Literature.
to bis family. Of the four children school teacher in Cleveland, Ohio, or | haul them we bad 1500 horses scat Northup streets, were almost entire
the gay butterflies of society, who
Please remember that the price of The Weekly Inter Ocean Is ONLY ONE D0L<
the eldest is Bessie, who married more properly speaking, a professor tered along the route from St. Jo ly destroyed by fire. The loss is va make a business of seeking happi
LAR PER YEAR. Address
THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago.
Prof. Charles Strong, of the Chicago of botany. The studious habits con seph to Sacramento. In addition we riously estimated from $75,000 to ness, never find it. Ninon de l’En-
University, to which Mr. Rockefeller tracted then still cling to her and had 6,000 or 7,000 head of cattle $90.000. The total insurance is $24-, clos, at the end of a life devoted to
The Inter Ocean and the Reporter one year for $1.3B.
has given $2,500,000. Mrs. Strong have been transmitted to the daugh which were used in hauling heavj' 000. The first time in four years thoughtless pleasure, retaining her
is 28 years old, Miss Alta is 24, Miss ters. Both are clever linguists and , ' freight and transporting feed for the the entire fire department was called beauty and the admiration of the gay
Edith is 22, and John D., Jr., the deep readers.
Miss Alta favors | horses and provisions for our men. out to squelch the blaze. The origin world to extreme old age, when
only son, is 21.
French aud Miss Edith prefers Ger- I You can see that the business was of the fire is not known.
asked what difference she would
man. although she has gained a' not by any means a small one, and it
$50,000.000 heiresses .
On Saturday evening a Mrs. Fos make in her life if she could live it
continued to grow as long as there
ter, living at Progress, a Portland over, replied: “I would begin by
Each of these children will inherit knowledge of Japanese, and at one
was any use for such means of trans
suburb, was returning from the city, hanging myself.” It is the outward
anywhere from forty to fifty millions
portation. This was until the com
driving a horse addicted to kicking. ly gay, the conscienceless seekers
and it is doubtful if the whole wide to that country as a missionary.
LARGE INVOICES JUST IN I
The spectacle of a fifty-million- pletion of the Union Pacific railway The animal kicked off the dashboard after ease and luxury, who are the
world contains two girls of such vast
dollar heiress going as a missionary to California in 1870. Then over and broke a front wheel, throwing most miserable.
We invite the attention wealth as the Misses Rockefeller.
land traffic and mail service could be
the woman upon the shaft bar, where
How these girls spend their days would, indeed, have been an odd one.
The ideal of a higher, nobler life
of ail persons eemtem-
managed to better purpose by the
TWO DARING HORSEWOMEN.
her hair caught in the trace hooks is inherent in every one. In some
will be told here. In the first place,
railroad, and our pony express went
plating the pu rebase of it must be understood that they are
After the reading is over the girls out of existence. But up to that and she was dragged nearly a mile natures it may be a bumble, low
before the horse was stopped. She ideal, but it is the best that individ
new goods in our line.
not women of fashion. Thej' never go for a ride in the park. The whole
time from the day that the route was was killed, her body badly lacerated
ual can attain. It is their choice be
made a formal debut in the social family is passionately fond of the
Come and see them.
first opened in 1860 its business had and many bones broken.
tween the Godlike in their nature
world simply because they are un equine world, the father and son
steadily inersased. Even the build
known in the regular walks of swag- owning fast trotters, and the girls
Dairymen in Washington county and the brutish. The happiest peo
ing of the railroad assisted us, for
gerdom, and their circle of friends is favoring the saddle horse. They are
been troubled with a disease ple in the world are they who are do
our line was the best adapted for
an extremely narrow one. They take usually attended by a groom and are
their cows in the feet. ing their duty faithfully, day by day
carrying to western places employes
no interest in the changes of styles, both swift riders, frequently cover
The animal —the highest duty that in them lies.
' and provisions.— Chicago Journal.
dances, the theater, fashionable clubs ing fifteen miles in an hour and a
loses flesh, the foot will be swollen It may be the simple work of the
or the thousand and one light amuse half. They are usually back before
slightly just above the hoof, and it house. But it should be remembered
ments of the society woman.
an entire home can be changed
12, and spend the remaining hour J. A. Richardson, of Jefferson City, will walk as though it was stepping
Mo., chief enrolling force 38th general on tacks. The cure is to take of ni-1 from chaotic confusion to become the
Their interest tends in a more se
assembly of Missouri, writes: I wish to
rious direction. Educational affairs, mail. Both of them have Sunday testify to the merits of One Minute trie acid two ounces, and copperas most orderly, happj’ home in the
the sciences, church and mission school classes in Dr. Armitage’s Bap Cough Cure. When other so-called cures six ounces. Clean the hoof and an land, simply by doing the work “by
work and kindred subjects are their tist church, and are members of failed, I obtained almost instant relief oint with the pasty mass. Repeat God’s law,’’ and this is an end that is
enjoyment. They are not bookworms many church societies.
and a speedy cure by the use of One after a few days, when a complete not to be despised.
cheerful home life not only inspires
Their wide charities have made Minute Cough Cure. Rogers Bros.
cure can be expected.
or overcultured women bjr any
The plan for a summer school at every individual in the family to
means; they are healthy-minded and them known to toilers in the field of
park near Astoria, chiefly higher effort, but its influence ex
I NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATRIX« health-bodied girls, whose vigorous
The latest estimate of the world’s
and enjoyment of tends like the waves of ocean; so it
mentality forces them to probe deep
population finds 1,479.729,400 people.
SALE OF REAL FROPEUTT.
er into the problems of life than do encountered the Rockefeller girls are Of these 130,000,000 speak the Eng school teachers, though by no means is impossible to tell how far the re
confined to this favored guild, has flex blessing of such a house extends.
Vt OTICE i.i Hereby given that pursuant to an their butterfly sisters, who love to usually communicated with to supply lish language.
*N order of the county court of Yamhill coun
now reached a settled condition and
ty, Oregon, duly made and entered of rec
ord on the M day of April, 1895, the
very promising outlook. In aim W T. Sanford, station agent of Leep-
undersigned, the duly appointed, qualified and
actiug administratiix of the estate of J. S. Hibbs,
the school is almost an educational I er, Clarion Co., Pa., writes: I can rec
B E. COULTER, Prop.
deceased, will, from and after the fth day of May,
1895, proceed to sell at private sale for cash in city home of the family, at No. 4 ly. At this season of the year much itect there says that some of the union, nearly all the colleges of west- ommend One Minute Cough Cure as the
band, the real property belonging to said estate
ern Oregon "beiDg represented, and ' beet I ever ueed. It gave instant relief
described as follows, to-wit
West Fifty-fourth street, a big, of the time is spent in the garden streets will soon look like canyons. _ . .
Goode of all descriptions moved and ami
wa z4 a /-» quick
is 1 z. lv z~* cure.
■ i s-n IA Rogers
zszwzxsszi U Bros.
The west half of lot No. 2 and the east 28 feet of
careful handling guaranteed. Collections lot No. 3 in block 8, of the City of McMinnville roomy, brown-stone mansion facing surrounding the house. In it is an Building operations in New York it is intended to give, in a delightful
will be made monthly. Hauling of all Blocks Nos. 2 »nd 3 in Johns' addition to the the park surrounding St. Luke’s hos artificial lake about 4 inches deep. will be far more active this year than place and way, the advantages now
Collis P. Huntington, president of
City ot McMinnville. Oregon
kinds done cheap.
The number of prospective so commonly given by the summer
A lot or parcel of laud 30 feet wide running pital. The two 'girls never go to It freezes readily and affords a fine last.
Southern Pacific railway, has re
east and west and adjoining the northern tier of
lots on the south of block 21. of Johns' addition Newport, Lenox or other summer skating ground, which is used daily new structures is 707 valued at $17,-
cently expressed the opinion that
tothe City of McMinnville, Oregon.
665,359, against 368 valued at $6,-
Commencing at a point on the east boundary resorts of fashion, but often spend
W. J. CLARK, D.D.S
many of the educators of the state, from now on we shall see five years
line of section u, in township 4 south, of range 4 much of the hot season in town look friends also use it, and there are of 812,233 at the same time in 1894.
west of the Willamette meridian. Yambill coun
Graduate University of Mich.
all together and in a familiar way. as bright and prosperous as any pe
ty Oregon. 88.64 chains south of the northeast ing after their little charges in the ten many merry skating parties hid
corner of said section, said point being the south
riod within the past 50 years. His
den behind the high green fence run Under the new law passed by the
east corner of land deeded by J. S. Hibbs to J church mission.
Has opened an office in Union Block, Room 6, Fred Hibbs, recorded in Vol. 28, page 243, records
are that the country is com
and is prepared iodo all work in the dental line. ot deeds of said county, and running thence
These young ladies are up every ning along the Fifty-fourth street Washington legislature assessments
barren of goods and must
south 52,76 chains; thence west M.42 chains to the
will only be made on alternate years'
line of J. G. Baker's donation land claim, morning at 7 o’clock—not a very front.
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. east
is a reliable remedy. It cures and cures be supplied, and that we have had
thence north 14.88 chains to the northeast corner fashionable hour, but an extremely
of said D. L. C.; thence west 17.03 chains; thence
quickly. Rogers Bros.
such a long run of ill-luck that a
L atest M ethod of P ainless E xtraction .
north 11 25 chains to the center of Baker creek; healthy one. Everything in the Rock the meal is a plain, substantial one, 1st day of April of the odd-numbered
thence down said creek to a point due west of
the place of beginning, and thence east 61.96 efeller household moves like a piece with no wines or liquors.
Prohibi years. The penalty for delinquency
Not for ten years has Nevada been turn for the better is now due.
chains to the place of beginning; also commenc
ing *n the center ofthe county road running from of machinery, and for years the fam tion scarcely describes the Rockefel in the payment of taxes is reduced so free of beef cattle as at the pres
McMinnville to Carlton at southwest corner of a
Dr. H. R. Fish, of Gravois Mills, Mo.,
tract conveyed to G.H. Hibbs in Vol. 24, page ily has sat down to breakfast at 7:30 ler attitude on the liquor question. to 2 per cent, and the interest is ent time. There is scarcely a beef
physician cf many years ex
465, records of deeds for said Yamhill county,
steer for sale in Nevada, Grant
and running thence north 69% deg. east to center o’clock. The two daughters have They spend many fortunes annually
perience, writes: “DeWitt’s Witch Ha
county, Or., or that portion of Cali zel Salve has no equal for indolent sores,
creek to center of said road, and thence norther only one maid between them. What
ly along said county road to the place of begin is more, they occupj’ the same large
If the weather is favorable there tax be paid on the 31st day of May, fornia lying east of the Sierras. scalds and burns. It stops pain instant
ning. All the above described real property lying
and being in Yamhill countv. Oregon.
bedroom on the east side of the sec is oftentimes a skating party by elec then the remaining half may be paid Last year at this time there were ly, heals a burn quickly and leaves no
If not, on November 30th following, but if fully 25,000 head seeking a market. scar. Rogers Bros.
ond floor. There are two small beds tric light in the evening.
IRVINE & COSHOW,
in the apartment, which opens into there is music or entertaining a few said remaining half is not paid on or Eastern buyers have cleaned up all
Atty's for Administratrix.
two large, sunny rooms—ond fur friends. By 11 o’clock the whole before that date, then such balance the beef in this section. Cattle have
Illinois democrats have called a
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
shall be subject to penalty and inter gone up about $2 per head, There delegate convention for June 4th to
The first cat show ever held in the nished in oak and the other in ma family is asleep.
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
It is a healthful, wise, simple and est from the 31st day of May pre is a better feeling prevailing among place themselves on record for free
west opened at Milwaukee on the hogany. These are the dressing
4tb. with 200 entries.
rooms, boudoirs and working rooms satisfactory day these extraordinary ceding until paid.
beef people than for 10 years.
South side Third St. between B and C.
1HE INTER OCEAN
The Weekly Inter Ocean
The Richest Heiresses.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 82.00 PER YEAR-
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers five cent«.
BURNS & DANIELS
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
Truck and Dray Go