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IN WESTERN OREGON
S tate of O hio , C itv of T oledo . \
Mrs. Judge Bradshaw, of The Dalles, ■
Wright, the dentist, McMinnville.
L vcas C ovnty .
Coming—sweet sounds bye and bye. tf is visiting I^fayette friends.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
Rev. M. Gay had a very narrow escape Crop Prospects were Never Better
W. S. Hatch, of North Yamhill, was a from drowning one day last week, while
Wright, the dentist, McMinnville.
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
J. P. Irvine drove up to Independence
financial caller Thursday.
C. H. McKinney is painting his resi on Monday.
fishing in the Yamhill. He stepped into
The report of the weather bureau for I Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
Rev. Joseph Hoberg attended com- i a small boat near by to secure better
the week ending April 29th says that all j of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
The residence of R.P. Ungerman is be
menceinent exercises at Lafayette on fishing and the boat resented the intru
its correspondents unite in the excellent and that said firm will pay the sum of
JUST READ THIS:
Hot peanuts every day at White’s ing re-roofed.
prospects. The warm weather gave I ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
All kiuds of sewing machine needles at
On May 1st in this city Judge Magers fourteen feet of cold water. ‘Twas a a great impetus to the growth of vegeta- 1 and every case of Catarrh that cannot
‘ It must pay you to advertise, for you make converts; or
Assessor J. W. Bonen is busy w ith his C. (irissen’s.
united in the holy bonds of matrimony case of “grab a root” or go, as !no help . tion and the rainfall of Saturday was be cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh
you made one of me. But I want to ask why you
field work in and around Sheridan.
Mrs. W. D. McDonald is visiting in Mr. I. V. Trullinger and Miss Elizabeth
F rank J. C heney .
was near. A cold is the only bad result, I most opportune. The fruit blossoms are I [ Cure.
don't make dealers stop shoving a “just as good thing” at me
Fend your order for books, blank
; Crowley, both of Willamina.
when they don't have vour goods? I got fooled twice that
rapidly falling and the young fruit ap | Sworn to before me and subscribed in
bo As and stationery to C. Grissen. 4tf
Jas. Agee is constructing a fine large
way, but I don’t any more.”
The Woodmen of North Yambill held
This hamlet was deserted last Friday. pears to be strongly set. 1 In some few lnJ presence, this 6th day of December,
The Carlton public school has three hop house in Fairlawn precinct.
very limited localities the frosts in the
A. W. G leason ,
a basket supper last Friday night and McMinnville was the drawing card.
long end of the rope, friends! All we can say to you is that
graduates this year.
T. B. Kay was over from Salem on took in $14. A new lodge of this order
A camp of Woodmen was organized lorepart of the month did some slight i
| has recently been organized at Lafayette. . last Thursday night at this place.
Call on C. N. Howard at “Red Front” business the middle of the week.
damage, but in the main fruit districts I
Our Drugs are Warranted.
About thirty-five of the members of no damage has been done by frosts and
if you want to buy a home.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internal
Mayor Hurley, of Independence, has
C. B. Mann and Miss Frankie Tidd
O. P. Coshow and family were in Sa been in the city a numl>er of days this were quietly married in this city on Sun the D. of H. lodge here visited the Day the fruit prospects were never excelled ly and acts directly on the blood and
day, April 29th, Justice A. D. Runnels ton lodge last Tuesday night and rejiort at this date. The period for damage by mucous surfaces of the system. Send
lem over Sunday.
A son was born to Mrs. M. L. Dorris, performing the ceremony.—[North Yam an excellent time. McMinnville and rain is passed and only once in 20 years for testimonials, free.
Fresh taffy made every day.
. Newberg lodges were also represented.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
past has a damaging frost occurred after
Ballinger, cf Independence, on the [ hill Record.
W H. K i ns .
Harrie Littlefield, who has been visit this date, hence a large fruit yield ap K^T’Sold bv druggists, 75c.
Chas. Palmer of Bellevue precinct lost
ing friends in town for a couple of weeks, pears to be assured. The hops have
Misses Singne and Ella Swanson of a consignment of 20,000 envelopes, which
a set of harness recently, some thief
c. e . s. <:.
returned to his home Tuesday.
healthy and vigorous growth. The many
taking them from his barn.
Dr. J. L. Hayes was taken violently new yards have unusually bright pros
j brought to Yamhill county. Your order
Program for Wednesday, May 8th.
Eight loaveH of bread for twenty-five Chicago.
ill while returning from Dayton last pects. The hop poles are being set, wire
Quotations from Shakespeare.
The children of the Presbyterian Sun- (*8 «»licited
cents at Kuns’ bakery.
Wednesday, and is at this writing a very is being strung and all work in the yards
Renaissance and Modern Art, Miss
The road from North Yamhill to Tilla sick man.
is being rapidly pushed by the rapid Myrta Apperson.
Mrs. Julia Miller, aged 40 years, wife day school expect to hold a grove picnic
mook ¡9 open, and the Record says the
Dr. H. J. Littlefield of Newberg was in growth of the vines. The hay crop is
of Merritt Miller, died near Dayton on
Walks and Talks in the Geological
Wm. Savage, a prominent Dallas resi first stage left yesterday evening from town last Wednesday.
most promising. While more rain would Field, Prof. J. A. Buchanan.
the 27th tilt
The commencement exercises for the be beneficial, to the clover, yet, the ab
A horse w anted in exchange for drain dent, was in the city‘‘on a little busi regular trips.
Fashions of the 19th Century, Miss
vear 1895 of Lafayette Seminary are over, sence of it is not, so far, material. The Lasira Apperson.
tile. Inquire at this office.
Mrs. D. McCall has let the contract for i and some of the students are happy, and hay crop will equal that of former years;
The board of education will meet next
Sketch—Childhood and Youth of Mi
Kev. lee Thompson and family de
a new cottage on her D street lots, to J. | some otherwise.
in the coast counties it will be especially chael Angelo, Miss Ida Pagenkopf.
parted for Medford Wednesday morning.
A. Peckham. Messrs. Millsap & Cook of
teachers for next year.
Prof. Bowman was the delighted re- heavy. The grain crop is doing well;
Great Acts of the English Parliament,
Finest of fruits at White’s restaurant.
the Eagle mills have the contract for cepient of n beautiful silver card basket fall grain has a healthy color, having
Dick Eckstein, formally of thid place,
E. C. Apperson.
Mrs. Nancy Jane Watkins, wife of now of Independence, was visiting here furnishing the lumber.
last Wednesday. The seminary students rooted and stooled well and promises a
Character impersonations, Miss Fran
George Watkins, died on the 29th ult. Wednesday and Thursday of this week.
heavy yield; spring grain is doing ex ces Mann, Mrs. E. C. Apperson and Miss
We regret to chronicle the fact that were the donors.
near Carlton, of paralysis.
Dr. W. J. Clark of this city is no better
Rev. Kantner of Salem and Rev. D. V. ceedingly well; the cereal crop was Ida Scofield.
Those pedestals for use of the order8
in health, having been rather worse since Poling of Albany were in attendance at never more promising at this date than
Picture frames at the Novelty.
Meeting will be held at the residence
doing business in Wright’s hall were
it is this year. The stock has good and of Mr. A. J. Apperson.
See notice of regular quarterly teachers’ made by E. J. Hoff, and they are all a week ago, w'hen lie was greeting commencement exercises Wednesday.
friends upon the street.
Mrs. Varona Nelson of Newberg was plenty of feed; it is all fat and in prime
examination in this issue.
A Valuable Chest.
condition. Lambing is about over and
here this week.
The serious illness of Dr. J. L. Hayes,
Sick headache, constipation and indi
School.—I have room in school for
sheering continues; from 100 to 125 per
W ash .—“I have used your
gestion are quickly cured by lie Witt’s more pupils, and have classes in the 1st,
cent of lambs have been saved. If cli Simmons Liver Regulator and can con
spondent. He suffered a stroke of apo called here by the illness of Dr. Hayes.
Little Eady Risers, the famous little 2nd, 3rd and fourth grades.
matic conditions were made to order, scientiously say it is the king of all liver
plexy while returning from a visit to a 1
pills. Rogers Bros.
M rs . J. L. S nyder .
they could not have been made more medicines. I consider it a medicine
patient on Wednesday.
In response to a petition Representa
An ice cream social will be given by
Adherents of secret societies will doubt There will be services at the Episcopal satisfactory to vegetation than those of chest in itself.”—Geo. W. Jackson. Your
tive Hermann has secured a daily mail the ladies of the Episcopal guild at Dr.
church in this city on this Friday even the past week have been.
druggist sells it in powder or liquid; the
service from Grand Rondo to Tillamook, Johnson’s Tuesday evening, May 7th. less turn out quite generally Sunday eve
powder to be taken dry, or made into a
ing, at 7:30 o’clock, the Rev. Geo. F.
which was made effective from and after Ice cream 10 cents.
Whooping t ough.
tive estimate of the good accomplished
Mr. Kirkwood and Mr. Grant each had by secret societies and the churches.
baptism will be administered.
There is no danger from this disease
McMinnville Produce Market.
Go to White’s restaurant for dinner.
a lively runaway this week. Kirkwood
Bishop Morris will hold a service at when Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is
C. H. Fleming last week sold his bar.
Reported by L. E. Walker.
Fresh strawberries now and hence had his head bruised while Grant’s ber business to his brother-in-law, P. J. the Episcopal church on Wednesday freely given. It liquefies the tough mu
forth at Kuns.*
Sharp, and the business is moving for evening, May 8tb, at 7:30 o’clock, and
John Kingerv moved into the Harding
ward under the firm name of Nelson &
property on B street Wednesday, He lodge visited the McMinnville Rebekahs Sharp. Mr. Fleming has not decided on firmation. Everybody invited to attend paroxysms of coughing, and insures a
last Tuesday night to witness the initia any new undertaking as yet.
recently purchased this place.
6c a tt>
danger in giving the remedy to children Turkeys......................
.Wanted—Mohair and woo).
Wm. Chrisman and Tom Turner leave
or babies, as it contains no injurious sub Ducks.........................
Stop, Lady, Stop !
Indian War Veterans of 1855 and 1856 to-day for the Little Nestucca after a few
M. B. H endrick .
A. A. Unruh and T. J. Bridgeford will learn something of interest to them fish. Uncle Bill has provided himself
He’s such a crank;
My stars ! I thank
wheeled to Meadow Lake on Tuesday. by calling on or writing to J. I. Knight, with a new wading suit that comes to his
I’m not his wife;
Baled hay, timothy
The soda fountain at Kuns’ confec
He’d make my life
O. II. Irvine and family went to eager the fish are to bite, they can’t bite
tionery is now running at full blast.
A scene of strife.
Week ending May 1st:
Albany yesterday. Mr. Irvine’s father, him.
Stop, lady, stop! his liver is out of or- Isaac Daugherty to Jas T Hess s
T. H. Dupuy and daughter Miss Frank,
Rev. S. G. Irvine, a resident of Albany
A double wedding of Willamina der. “He’s just too nice for anything, J,
of Lafayette, were visitors at this print
hf n e qr and 11 e qr of n e qr
and vicinity since '57, is seriously ill parties, whose names appear in the list
his wife says, “when he is well.” Every
shop on Friday.
sec 12t5r6............................. $
with inflammatory rheumatism.
of licenses, occurred at the Hotel Yam wife’s husband should, if sick, take Dr.
Fine French candies, fruit flavored
Capt. Wyatt Harris recorded 2.34 hill on Wednesday. Some of the neigh Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery. It
candies and mixed candies at White's
Sanders, parcel in Amity... .
inches of rainfall during April. The bor boys w’ere about town that day learn puts the liver and kidneys in good work
highest temperature was 85 deg. on the ing the facts in the case that they might ing order, purifies the blood, cleanses the Elizabeth Simmons to Lucinda
I-ong and Claude G LeMaster
Albert Bredberg, the new tinner and 22d and the 23d, the lowest 29 deg. on prepare a serenade for them that even
system from all impurities, from what
lot 9 blk 3 Watts’ add to
plumber with Wade& Co , has rented the 14th. The mean temperature for ing.
L. E. Walker will buy all your
ever cause arising, and tones up the
1 duce, paying the highest price in cash
the Handley property near the creamery the month was 49)^ deg.
All the regular services at the Cumber functions generally. Once used, it is al S Wade Hampton and wf to J J
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and expects his family from Dakota this
the market will justify, lie will sell
The Handley room adjoining Wright’s land Presbyterian church Sunday. Sub ways in favor. Sold by all dealers in
you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
Fisher 331 a pt S Moore d 1 c
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harness shop ¡9 being overhauled by the ject for morning service, “The Necessity medicine.
and pt sec 33 and 341 2-3 r 5
10,000 den seeds as cheap as any other dealers
Our patrons will find DeWitt’s Little painters and paper hangers. It is being of Baptism;” for the evening service,
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D street south of First National Bank.
Hans and Sarah L Miller to G C
He also carries a full line of Graham in
Early Risers a safe and reliable remedy made ready for the occupancy of a gen “Secret Societies and the Church.” All
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets permanently cure
Christensen 100 a pt L B Rog
small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
for constipation, dyspepsia and liver tleman named Mills, from Hutchinson, are invited to these services, and a special constipation, sick headache, indigestion
ers die t 3 r 3 ...........................
5,000 wheatlets, etc.
complaints. Rogers Bros.
Kan., who will conduct a “racket” store. invitation is extended to the members of and kindred derangements.
U S to Andrew and Mary Shuck
Having had many years practical ex secret societies for the evening.
Scott Wright left of Wednesday for
638 a pts sec 1 2 11 12 t 3 r 4 . Patent
Merced county, Calif , where he will perience with first-class houses I am
The May-day picnic at Amity Wednes
Geo Flett and wf to R W Lance
operate a combined harvester and thresh prepared to do all kinds of watch, clock day was quite well attended. The pur
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
Edna Scofield finished her work in
field 60.25 a pt Wm M Doughty
er, being the same job of work he had and jewelry repairing. Prices reasonable. pose of the gathering was mainly the dis college last Friday, returning ro her home
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
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Located at C. Griesen’s old stand.
semination of populistic doctrine. W. D. in Forest Grove on Monday.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
L C Cox and wf to B O Hofl'man
G. B. E berle .
Hare, of Hillsboro, was the mouthpiece.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Quite a number of the students went
200x240 ft pt Jos H Garrison
Ice cream from this time on at Kuns’
Messrs O. O. Hodson, W. H. Durham, A ball game was the chief attraction in to Lafayette Monday evening, to attend
H. L. Heath and E. C. Walker, expert the afternoon. It was between Dayton the exhibition given by the literary so B O Hoffman to Edith M Cox
Owing to so many gatherings of a
cyclists, went over to Salem Sunday. and Whiteson clubs, and was declared ciety of the seminary.
public nature in which teachers will be
Last Thursday noon Mr. Hogg, the W II Calavan and wf to 0 S
Walker deserted the party and returned won by the former on a score of 12 to 11.
interested having been booked for June
by McCoy, and the other fellows believe
A Newberg photographer advertised to photographer, visited the college with
George lot 8 blk 2 Foster’s add
The Finest line of
and July, County Supt. Stilwell has de
it was because they rode too fast for him. take free pictures of all babies under two his camera. After considerable maneu
termined to hold his county teachers’
vering the students succeeded in arrang O S George to J Gertrude Sibray
A Yambill county lady received a years old, brought on a certain day to his
institute not earlier than August this
ing themselves on the front steps, and a
package of garden seeds from the gov
year, the exact date not being settled.
In Yamhill County.
picture of the group was obtained.
ernment recently, and observing the was blocked. With the going down of
The Y. P. 8. C. E. of the Christian
A Terrible Visitant.
request that results be reported, hastened the sun he had 89 negatives, and some
While in Stockton, Cal., some time
church elected the following delegates to
Pain is always a terrible visitant, and
to kindly reply. After cookiug the peas mothers went away disappointed, miss ago, Thos. F. Langan, of Los Banos, that
attend the state convention at Salem:
often domiciles itself with one for life.
and beans, she wrote the agricultural ing their turn. The Graphic suggests
Mrs. Anna Todd, Mrs. Bridgeford, Wal depaitment she regarded them as very that the little totB be grouped and labeled state, was taken very severely with This infliction is preventible, in cases of
cramps and diarrhoea. He chanced to rheumatism, by a timely resort to Hos
ter Hembree,Will Dodson and Mrs. B. F.
“Newberg’s Best Crop.”
poor varieties, indeed.
ever saw for
Commencement exercises of Lafayette
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
ly afflicted. He says: “I told him of encroachments of this obstinate and
Dr. H. K. Fish, of Gravois Mills, Mo.,
church will hold their monthly business seminary occurred Wednesday. There Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diar dangerous malady at the outset. The
a practicing physician of many years ex
meeting Monday evening, May 6th, at were two graduates, Miss Isora Edmiston rhoea Remedy, and we went to the Hol term “dangerous” is used advisedly, for
perience, writes: “DeWitt’s Witch Ha
7:30, and will render a short program of McMinnville, and George Hanson, of den drug store and procured a bottle of rheumatism is always liable to attack the
Codfish, Mackerel, and
zel Salve has no equal for indolent sores,
consisting of readings recitations, solos, Newberg. Rev. C. C. Poling, the new it. It gave Mr. Carter prompt relief and vital organs and terminate life. No
the usual sundries
scalds and burns. It stops pain instant
quartetts and a song by the juniors.
kept in full stock.
I can vouch for its having cured me.” testimony is more conclusive and con
ly, heals a burn quickly and leaves no
Every one cordially invited. No col tory to entering upon his duties. Bishop For sale by S. Howorth & Co., druggists. current than that of physicians who tes
scar. Rogers Bros.
Stanford, of Pennsylvania, was present,
and will hold Pentecostal services in the
W. E. Warren was bitten on the hand
Licenses to .llarry.
Elmer E. Thompson and F. Anstine
in this disease. Persons incur a wetting
church at that place next Sunday.
Tuesday by Am Shadden’s hunting dog.
made the round trip to Portland on bi
April 27. C. B. Mann, 32, and Frankie in rainy or snowy weather, and who are
The dog was lying on the sidewalk, and
A spectacle vender was “doing” the
cycles Tuesday They left about 5:30 a.
exposed to draughts, should use the Bit
Tidd, 17, of North Yamhill.
sprang at Mr. Warren as he passed.
m., remained in Portland four hours and town on Saturday. His bait was the
ters as a preventive of ill effects. Mala
Judge Ramsey was also attacked re
reached home about 9 p. m. Counting claim in each case that he found the May Switzer, of Willamina.
ria, dyspepsia, liver and kidney trouble,
cently by Mr. Gilson’s big St. Bernard
| the distance as 45 miles, they averaged spectacles, and, for this reason, was able
nervousness and debility are also among
pet. Savage dogs ought to be muzzled,
about nine miles per hour on the road, to offer them at a great sacrifice over abeth Crowley, 16, of Willamina.
the ailments to which this popular med
tied or killed.
which is considered good over this moun their actual worth. It came to light af
icine is adapted
For the infirmities,
There is some desire for a fourth of tain highway
terward that he sold them anywhere
Any one who has ever hid an attack soreness and stiffness of the aged it is
July celebration at this place. It is
The Degree of Honor at Dayton gave from $2 down. A number of people were of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice highly beneficial.
claimed that one could be managed with
a supper to visiting members Tuesday caught by the bait, and are wearing iron with Mr. J. A. Stumm, 220 Boyle
no greater outlay than $100, as we have
Ol B CLI BBING LIST
eveuing. Those present from McMinn spectacles with a yellow wash.
Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortunate
the bunting bft over from last year, the
ville were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gault,
S. S. McKelvey, of Dundee, was ex escape from a siege of that distressing
track repaired, and the grove cleared.
We have special arrangements with
i W. J. CLARK,D.D.S
Mr. and Mrs. R. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. amined and pronounced insane on Tues ailment. Mr. Stumm is foreman of
No certain arrangements have been John Derby, Dr. Baker, Mrs. J.P. Irvine,
Graduate University of Mich.
day. The cause stated was financial Merriam’s confectionery establishment.
made for a celebration at any other
Mrs. Mart High, Mrs. A. H. Pape, Mrs. worry, though he was once sunstruck. Some months ago, on leaving the heated whereby we are able to offer them in
Has opened an office in Union Block, Room 6,
point within the county, so far as heard
M. M. Hodson, Mrs. P. Lindgren, and He is about 50 years old, a farmer, and work room to run across the street on an connection with our own at exceedingly and is prepared to do all work in the dental line.
low rates, as follows: The R eporter
Mrs. James Reid. They say they were has been in the state about nine months. errand, he was caught out in the rain.
CROWN AND BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY.
A proper observance of decoration day served with the solidest ice cream they He talked incoherently all the time, and The result was that w hen ready to go and
L atest M ethod of P ainless E xtraction .
Weekly Inter Ocean......................................... 11-35
in McMinnville is assured. The con ever ate, and the supper was simply required two or three attendants, being a home that night he was unable to walk, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly......... 1.75
ference committee from the post and superb.
large and powerful man. F. R. Rogers, owing to inflammatory rheumatism. He ♦Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25 COUNTY TREASL'RER’S NOTICE.
relief corps are diligently searching for
The state C. E. convention meets at Will Noble and G. O. Keeny, neighbors, was taken home, and on arrival was New York Tribune, weekly............................ 1-25
*The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
HERE Is money on hand to pay all warrants
the best speaker obtainable, and it is Salem May 9th to 12th. It promises to were entrusted with the execution of the placed in front of a good fire and thor
endorsed prior to December 20th. 1894.
oughly rubbed with Chamberlain’s Pain the most practical and useful publication
desired that he be an old soldier if be one of the best ever held. Rev. F. E. commitment.
J. C. PENNINGTON, County Treasurer.
May 4, 1895.
possible. It is the design of the post to Clark, D. D., founder of the C. E. move
A common breach of etiquette and bus
hold its next meeting, the Uth inst., at ment, will be at the meetings. The Cum iness sagacity in Oregon is the habit a was repeatedly bathed with this lini fruit growers.
the cemetery, for the purpose of giving a berland Presbyterian society of this city good many people acquire of going to a ment, and by morning was relieved of
number of graves a more presentable will be represented at the convention by city or town and stopping at a hotel, neg all rheumatic pains. He now takes es
A good double circular water power
appearance for memorial day.
Carrie Schenk, Ina Cooper, Mattie Fink, lecting to register, making the parlor a pecial pleasure in praising Chamberlain’s sawmill, with planer, edger and cut-off
Gortner, Miss Greene, Chas. P. home during their stay, going elsewhere Pain Balm, and always keeps a bottle of saws, and is driven by 2 turbine water
The convention of delegates which met
it in the house. For sale by S. Howorth
wheels. 1000 acres of timber land, 2
at Lafayette on the 30th ult. voted to Nelson and Kev. E. E. Thompson. Chas. for their meals, or leaving at meal time, & Co., druggists.
dwellings, 2 barns, 3 yoke of oxen and
hold the annual A. O. U. W. picnic on P. Nelson is state denominational secre and finally departing without even a
of Watcbea, Clock!
All kinds of Fine,
“Thank you” to the landlord. We re
D. A. SMITH'S All kind«
logging outfit complete, including 800,000
the 25th inst at Dayton. The vote stood tary for the C. P. church.
and Jewelry for sale at
bard times prices.
18 for Dayton and 12 for McMinnville.
Final arrangements for a joint meeting
old Watches re
The towns represented were McMinnville, of the Chautauqua assembly and the ties were taken, and, in addition, a fire
Notice is hereby given to the good mill. Logs can be floated on this stream
paired and made
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Dayton, Lafayette, Carlton and North state teachers’ association, at Gladstone was ordered in the parlor stove. Such people of Yamhill county and vicinity for 15 miles. This mill is situated 9 miles
to run as good
Yamhill. Newberg sent a request of park, near Oregon City, July 10 to 20,
that we have purchased the Eagle Mills
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
as new at
withdraw al. The 25th fails on Saturday, have been made. It was decided to give
property, together with about six hun Sold over 800,000 feet of lumber last
which is the day of the week on which over the last three days entirely to the
dred thousand feet of choice lumber of
most people will stop their work and de teachers. State Superintendent Irwin and better things.
all descriptions, which we will sell in Will trade for land. Address,
S heridan L and C o .
The fine prune orchard of Dr. G. 8. quantities and at prices that will suit
vote to picnicking. Dayton will spare his committees to take entire charge of
no pains to make the occasion a brilliant the program for those days. This action Wright southwest of the city was in you. Contractors and builders will find
Land for Sale»
, was taken in response to requests from vaded by some evil disposed persons last it to their advantage to consult us before
400 acres of land near Whiteson. 200
Sunday and a number of trees cut and purchasing elsewhere. We are always
Although rain was threatened, Friday all parts of the state and it insures a lar
destroyed. Suspicion rested .upon Wm. to be found at our lumber yard office or acres under plow, balance pasture and
proved a propitious day’ for the Odd I el- ger and more brilliant educational gath
I Have One
Durst, Jr., and Walter Bones, who live at our grocery store on Third street, young fir timber, 3 dwellings, 3 barns, 2
lowe. The attendance was not a full ering this year than Oregon has yet seen.
orchards and 12 acres in hops. Situated
showing of the membership in the county, Of the 2,500 active teachers in the state
New Economy Hay Press.
rested yesterday and brought to town. and freshest groceries to be found in the between 2 R. R.s. Price $20 per acre.
due to the fact that a good many were it is estimated that nearly 800 of them
Easy terms. This is a snap. Address
valley, which we are selling at the very
not anxious to celebrate this year. The will attend their annual meeting—per
WM. LAMBERT, PROPRIETOR.
S heridan L and C o .
for his appearance for trial to-day, at lowest possible living profits. Please
It is a Double Baler, and the Finest
line of march under Marshal R. I.- Harris haps more, now that the meeting will be
Press in the State. Regular price
call on us and we will do you good.
and aids moved off in better order than something more than merely a fraternal
Leave your order for a good, fat chick
the guilty parties are the act cannot be
$900. Will Sell it for $600 Cash.
Always up to the times
M illsap & C ook .
en, dressed for Sunday dinner. D street
lines of march are usually formed- The convention. Such a throng will demand
program at the court house was well
All work Guaranteed.
Married, in Carlton, April 24, 1895, at
most modern machin
The speeches by Hons. James could supply, and the accessibility of be brought to justice. A like offense is
Prices always reasonable.
Walton and W. T. Williamson were Gladstone park to Portland and Oregon reported from Carlton, where an orchard
price for hides, pelts and tallow.
Bld'u. of Mining and Sawmill Machinery.
•bort, witty and highly entertaining, and City makes it an ideal spot for a summer of 300 young trees is said to have been ton and John McReachen of Wasbing-
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real
114 and 116 Mission St.,
the music was all that could be desired, assembly. The teachers will here have almost totally destroyed by some enemy, ing county, Rev. W. E. McCutcheon
Mortgages, etc., always on sale at
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Arthur Harris won first prize in the bi- the benefit of the best talent that can be who girdled them below the surface and
near Greenville, Washington county, Or. this office.
Correspondence Solicited, ention this Paper,
placed the dirt back over the girdle.
I obtained on the Pacific coast.
We Wonder How Many Get Fooled.
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE!
We Claim to Have
The Largest and Best Selected Stock
Ever Kept in the City.
Fine Clothing and
Ladies’ Wraps of ail Shades.
Ladies’ Shirt Waists and Millinery,
at the lowest prices in town.
WALLACE & WALRER.
5 Cents per Roll
Not Much in it for Us
But we Meet Competition
FINEST LINE IN THE COUNTY.
If You Need Furniture
We Have it to Sell.
You Could Guess
Who We Are. Our Name is
BURNS & DANIELS.
Jemelry Store * * *
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