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OREGOM NEWS AND NOTES.
E very farmer in Oregon would
heartily second the suggestion of the
The Hr raid claims that the Albany
». H. BIKMI IHT. Editer* Propr Oregonian's correspondent ’ Acorn
creamrycan sell all the butter it can
that that paper use its mighty
J. C. ECKMAN, A*»»cia>c EdKer.
make at 50 cents a roll.
pen mightily until it stirs up the
Mr. Clint. Stewart near Medford
right parties to successful action in
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
_ establishing a northwestern market has 30 acres of almond orchard.
advertising rates .
for stock and meat products. What About half of the trees have com
arc the kinds that we handle.
Reading notices in local column» io cent« per he says is true enough. ’’The vallev menced to bear.
and 5 a cent» per line there»!
Francis Feakes, a huckster shop-
Display adrerteeiHent» annual rates, one inch StockraiSerS Of the Mississippi valley
per’monlhji each additional inch 5u cent» per
J have been gettiug
rich the past year, keeper in Astoria, fatally shot his
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
10 Hue» imbliahed free, if furnished in time to »00 vtllCagO i is also piling up an w^e aQd then blew the top from his I
be current new ■ Additional matter 10 cent- per enormous fortune out of the meat own head Tuesday.
trade, while we are nearly starving
F. J. Beaty, of Chemawa, says
dried prunes should not cost
FRIDAY, AUG. 30, 1895.
taxes (though we may get the lead the producer more than 24 cents
on them in horse meat). Live cattle, per pound unless he has bad luck Has troubled me for 11 years. I Lave
And They Can’t be Beat.
T he least that Portland should do sheep and hogs scarcely bring half • of some kind.
taken four bottles of Hood’s Sarsaparilla
and am perfectly cured. I think Hood’s
•with her medical duelists is to im the prices they da in Chicago. Yet
The Lebanon paper mills are now Sarsaparilla has no equal, and believe that
pose the maximum fine for carrying almost every town in the Pacific
receiving about one hundred and many who are In poor health and have
northwest carries meats that are1 seventy five wagon loads of straw become discouraged, would be restored to
cured in Chicago, although our cli-! per day, averaging about 3700 good health it they would only give
B usiness showed no sign of re mate is better, labor and building
pounds to the load.
turning prosperity until it was cer materials cheaper and foreign grain j
afairtrial.” W m .J.B knsch ,Astoria,Ore.
tain there would be no democratic vessels can bring in salt and tin
It is Economy and Pleasure to Use Them.
nnd ’ c E?î ! 1 c cure ail Hver uis, buioua-
I 1UVU ¿3 JT 11425 nesB. headache. 25c.
majority in congress That is a fact much cheaper. When Japan com- Portland doctors is to be deplored. H
that galls the bosses.
Offers a choice list, embracing some of the finest
millions of pounds of meat at Chica- somewhat crowded with physicians,
A BLIND POLICY.
D emocrats told us that “under go that ought to have been furnished and that a few never would be
We are credibly informed, says the
tariff reform we would have the by Portland and Tacoma. We ought ■ missed, gentlemen of that profession N. Y. Independent, that it is the plan
markets of the world.” And so we to have the Oriental meat and live should not go to such dangerous ex of the leaders of the dominant party
have- They are literally pouring in stock and canned goods trade even tremes to advertise themselves.
in South Carolina to omit from the : in the Count}’. Read the following List of Special Bargains:
The Oregon Central & Eastern Constitution the present provision
upon us. We are likely to be “the more than their flour and lumber
world’s dumping ground.”
trade.” Several carloads of cattle railroad company has for the past 20 for a two-mill tax for common
and sheep have gone from this coun days had a rate of 83.00 per ton on schools, for the ostensible reason
“B radstreet s’’ returns from 145 ty to the Chicago market the pres oats to San Francisco. They forced that the burden of the tax falls
< county road. Price $750. Will take good span
railroads reveal a gain of 3.6 per ent summer and after paving freight the Southern Pacific to come to the chiefly upon the white people, while ville; good house and barn: living water, set In on
of horses for part pay.
aud berries- good for garden. 81200—terms
cent in the gross earnings of those charges parties netted a hundred same rate. It is a fact that the price its advantages go to the Negroes. fruit
No. 18. Good livers-business for sale in a live
lines in the first six months of 1895 dollars per car above the best offers of grain in Albany is and has been The omission of this tax would No. 2. 120 acres, 13 miles west of McMinnville; town. Inquire for particulars.
acres in cultivation; good bouse and barn;
No 20. 4 acres in Martin s add to McMinn
over those of the corresponding time made them in Portland. This shows from 3 to 5 cents per bushel higher probably result in depriving the 20
plenty of living water 1% miles to school; good ville; goodbarr. with good well and windmill;
in 1894 This is very encouraging that we are badly in need of a home than in Salem, Eugene and towns Negro children of any public school stock farm: acres in trutt. Price 97.50 per 3 acres cleared, all fenced, good for garden.
acre Will trade for small tract near McMinn Price $750; half cash, balance on time
intelligence, and the next six months' market. We would only be too similarly located.
privileges whatever. This would be ville.
No 21. Good large house and two lots near
figures are likely to be better yet. glad to see Portland enjoying the
The hop crop of Oregon is this indeed a tremendous stride back No. 3. 2 acres in Cozine's 3d add to McMinn depot. A desirable residence. Price $1400.
good house and other out houses; % In
There is no let-up anywhere in the prosperity that would result from year far ahead of the crop on the ward in the march of civilization; ville:
No. 22. 160 acres with good bouse and barn
fruit. Price $1300, half down balance on time.
all fenced: 30 acres iu cultivation: good springs
supplying the need.
for if there is anything which the No 4.
acres in McMinnville: 7room above bouse one mile to school, 4 miles west of
good burn 9 hydrants la house; hot and McMinnville Price $1800 inquire for terms.
says that, as he has always predict history of the past century has es house;
cold water: good location
Price $1'00, half
T he London Spectator warns the
G eorge T. A noell of Boston sends ed, Oregon will become the banner tablished beyond peradventure, it is down, balance on time.
all iu cultivation; good improvements; fruit of
You can have your choice of the following eight books:
all kinds plenty of good water. Price $2500 fur
French that if they push the alliance us a marked copy of his paper Our state of the coast in the hop line. that common schools for the poor, No. 5 320 acre» C miles uorth of Sheridan; 120 tber
particulars on application.
acres in cultivation: 10 acres in hops; 2 good
■with Russia too far, England will Dumb Animals, ridiculing the idea, “Our climatic conditions and soil are maintained at public expense, are barns and house running spring water fruit of
FAVORITE COOK. BOOK, 528 pages.
No. 24. 2 lots with good house and other im
kinds Price SIC per acre half cash balance
join with Germany, Italy and Aus as he sees it, of “turning some of such, " he continued, “that they can essential to the prosperity of re all
provements south of Third street: good location.
THE CITY OF PALACES, 160 pages.
on three years time at 8 per cent.
tria, forming a quadruple alliance, our denominational Sunday schools not be beat. Some roots of the cele publican government. Efficiencj’ of No. 6. One acre in Cozine s 3d add to McMinn No. 25. 40 acres 7 miles west of McMinnville
MUSICAL LEAVES (Music), 320 pages.
improvements: one mile to school. Price
and the strongest the world has yet into militray camps.” Presumably brated Bohemian hops have been these schools is a sure index of pro ville good house Price $500. Payments ea-y. good
PECK’S BAD BOY AND HIS PA, 544 pages.
No. 7. 40 acres 4 miles northwest of McMinn
seen The Spectator’s article is elab he is bitting at the boys, brigade. procured, and are now being cultiva gress in civilization. In all the ville;
FRANK FAIRWEATHER'S FORTUNES, 874 pages.
No. 26. Good sawmill 11 mile? from McMinn
12 acres in cultivation; balance good tim
ville: cutting capacity 10,000 ft per day. located
orate, and concludes with reminding “If it is a good thing for Sunday ted here, and it is expected that in a Northern States, and in many of the ber. Price $750: part cash, balance on time.
SHAKESPEARE'S COMPLETE WORKS, 1,227 pages.
in the center of a fine body of nr and cedar tim
France that the only reply to per schools,” he says, “why not for short time Bohemian hops will be Southern, the common schools are No. 8. One lot on Fourth street, McMinnville. ber; 240 acres of timber land goes with mill; will
ART, SOCIETY AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS, 381 pages.
trade for other property; for price and other in
Christian endeavorers? Think of a produced in Oregon superior to those making steady progress. It will be
sistent hostility is hitting back
formation inquire of the undersigned.
THE ROYAL CALLERY OF POETRY AND ART, 540 pages.
million of Christian endeavorers— produced in Bohemia. It is found indeed a black letter day when acres in cultivation all fenced: plenty of running No. 27. 145 acres 4 miles from McMinnville,
R efined Bostonians object to Cali white and endeavorers colored— that hops can be grown here on high South Carolina breaks down her free barn; % mile to school Price <12.50; payments lays in a square, no waste land. Price $45 per
acre payments made easy.
fornia navel oranges on account of armed with rifles, bayonets, swords, ground as well as in low ground, schools and thus destroys the bul made easy.
cannon and gatling guns—and a and of a better quality. Some year wark of free institutions. The Ne No. 10. One-half block south of Third street. No. 28. 10S acres 6 miles southwest of McMinn*
the name, which is considered indeli
McMinnville house with leu room», hot and ville; most all in cultivation; good improve
Is organized for the purpose of enabling its members to secure the leading pub-
water good barn. Price $2500. Payments ments. fine young orcbaid. Price 845 per acre.
cate. This is no joke, and the Cali- great Christian endeavor navy of before long hops will fetch a high groes of South Carolina are citizens cold
No. 29. 348 acres 7 miles from McMinnville; iica’.or.s of the day at a saving of 25 per cont. from retail prices and to place
of the State, made so not only by the
Jornia fruit Crower proposes changing
No. 11. 2 lots with house and barn on Fourth 250 acres in cultivation: 1800 fruit trees, strong within their reach the many high staudard copyright books that it is difficult to
a power they could bring to convert will make money galore. "— Oregonian. United States Constitution, but by a street,
spring of water running to house and barn:
McMinnville. Price$800 Terms easy.
it. While in the business of reforming
mile to school farm in excellent condition. Price obtain. For the convenience of members a handsome catalogue of 106 pages con
Asad story comes from Luckia-1 law higher than any constitution, No 12. 3 lots and two houses iu Oak Park: 835 per acre: payments made easy
to protect the sensitive ears of the the heathen to a knowledge of Chris
taining about 3,000 volumes has been issued and will be presented FREE with each
tianity!” We are not in favor of war mute, distant about six miles from by the inherent rights of manhood,
No. 30. Two corner lots, unimproved; good certificate of membership. The catalogue is arranged under the following classifi*
eastern cousins, wouldn't it be well
2 lots for $1000. Part cash, balance outime.
except as a court of last resort, but Independence. The wife of James by the sweat and blood of their an
cations: GENERAL LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART, RELIGION, POETRY,
to go a little farther and be still
13. 320 acres 7 miles west ot McMinnville:
it looks just now as if we might have Tetherow, a well-to-do farmer, who cestors, by the indestructible law of 35 No.
No. 31. 4G0 acres 8 miles from McMinnville; HISTORY, BIOCRAPHY, STANDARD SETS, JUVFNILE SETS and MODERN
acres in cultivation, t'.-room house with cellai.
more refined and up to date by put
2 good barns: living water most all fenced: school 150 acres in cultivation, good .house and barn,
to send a ‘ ‘great Christian endeavor has been under the care of a doctor human equality, they are entitled to bouse on property. Price $4000.
fruit in abundance, living water 1% miles from FICTION. If you purchase but one book a year you should be a member of this
ting the horrid looking things in
navy.of ironclads, rams, etc.,” to pro for several months, arose Sunday their birthright of citizenship, and No. 14 House aud 2 lots, McMinnville. Price school house; excellent stock .farm.“ Price fCOnO. Association, and if you purchase a number you can not afford to be without a
No. 32. 3 unimproved lots in McMinnville; good membership.
tect the lives of missionaries and in morning before the rest of the woe betide the people that seeks to $1000; good location.
location. Price $300
To every one calling at our store, we will give a handsome little memorandum
sure their future welcome in China. family. Taking her 6-year-old son rob them of it. They constitute a
No. 33. Good house and 2 lots in Oak Park.
well improved. Price $5000
T he tide of returning prosperity The irony that Mr. Angell evidently
book containing a picture and description of each book and an explanation of the
from his bed, she wrapped him in a large and increasingly important No. 16 . 320 acres on Trask river. Tillamook
has been a little slow about reaching intends to express comes very near
No. 34. One acre ou College side, ail cleared
ou toll road. 70 acres iu cultivation 22
quilt and carried him down to the element in the population of the countv,
acres In meadow, good two-story house good and fenced. Price 250.
Oregon, but there are now and then voicing a profound truth. We should
These elegant Books and Library Association Catalogues can be examined
barn; fruit of all kinds, running water,
Luckiamute river, distant about a State, and the only possible safety to
No. 35. 100-acre well improved farm. 2>2 miles at our store. EVERY ONE IS INVITED TO CALL.
school, 1% miles to postoflice. Price $2500.
slight evidences of its approach. be not only a million, but a nation
quarter of a mile, and drowned him. for both whites and blacks lies in Good dairy firm.
balance on time at 3 per cent
One of them comes from Ashland, of Christian endeavorers, ready and
the proper education of the Negroes, No. 17. 4 acres % mile south of McMinnville
where a local paper states that the able to defend with the sword wher Returning to the house, she told her
husband she was sick, and asked him as well as the whites, for the dis
■woolen mill started up Monday with ever the march of Christianity and
to go for the doctor. He told her charge of their important duties.
a force of about a dozen men. Thb civilization are being menaced and
she was no worse than usual, and If they are left in gross ignorance,
belting and machinery is being ad driven back by the opposing forces
that she must wait. The wife then they will become a fearful burden to
justed in shape and during next of barbarism. We rather like the
left the house and went toward the the state, threatening it with, and
week the force will be increased to sentiment expressed by a Methodist
river again. This time she was inevitably bringing upon it, political,
M c MINNV íl ULOREÜON.
25 men. The mill will turn out from preacher, Rev. N. P. Tedrick of
followed, and, in an attempt to industrial, social aud moral disaster.
50 to 65 pairs of blankets a day. Seattle, that “war is the last resort
The peace, prosperity, and prog
drown herself, was rescued. On the
The mill employes will be Ashland of civilized nations, yet the man with
return to the house she kept speak ress of the white people is fearfully
One of the Oldest and Best Equipped
people, many of the old mill hands the sword has not finished his work.
ing about the baby. When the menaced by the ignorance, supersti
Colleges in the Northwest.
Moral suasion is a great educator, house was reached the baby was tion and immorality of the mass of
legal suasion is a directing power, first missed. Then she told how she the blacks. Supreme selfishness,
A carload of fine Liverpool Salt. If you
I t is given out on something like but the sword is yet to make it sure. had taken it down to the “nice even, should dictate to them for their
need any don’t forget us, as we are “ in it ” on price.
01 FERS SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
official authority that the Oregon The country can not disband its bathing pool, and, although he clung own sake, a liberal policy of education
Central & Eastern will be immediate army without removing the bulwarks to my neck and begged me not to , for them. Freedom from taxation
We are also well stocked with everything in
Beautiful Location, Healthy
ly extended eastward to Independ that hold back anarchy, barbarism put him in, I held him under the for the support of public schools for
the benefit of the Negroes, would be
Surroundings, Efficient Teachers, and
the Grocery and Bakery Line for Harvesters and
' The water.”
ence Prairie, and that branch lines and all the powers of crime.
purchased at a most disastrous price;
will be built to Salem and Eugene.
and we can hardly believe that
Hop Pickers, with prices that can’t be beat.
statesmanship in South Carolina has
The Salem branch will start from minister of God, and he beareth not
Grant—Can it be possible that descended to such depths of demagog-
6ome point in the Cascade foothills. the sword in vain.”
Hawkins is in love with that fat ism as seriously to recommend such
. . J. P. IRVINE’S . .
FALL TERM BEGINS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1895.
The object of these branches is to be
girl? Why, she weighs fourteen a shortsighted policy.
The World’» W heat.
In position to compete with the S. P.
From the nature of the case the stone, at least. Hobbs—No, I don't
Send for Catalogue.
for the business of the valley. After
believe he's in love. He’s just in
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE-
Salem is reached, the same purpose
Address: T. (j. BROWNSON, President.
■vyOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned,
would naturally prompt an extension as they call it on that side of the
There b no line revealed
XN os sheriff of Yambill county, state or Ore
GIVE XTS JE TESIJLX j .
to this point. The distance is only Atlantic, is a bear market. At the
gon, by virtue of an execution and order of sale
Twixt the cherub and the felon,
issued out of the circuit court of the state of Or
When the dew is on the field.
about 22 miles. Next to Salem, Mc
egon, for the county of Yamhill, bearing date of
August 16th, A. D. 1895, upon and to enforce that
And the moonlight on the melon.
Minnville is the most important town raises only a small part of the bread-
certain judgment and decree rendered by said
court on the loth day of April, A. D., 1895, in that
in the lower valley. We doubt if
suit therein pending wherein William Laughlin
guardian was plaintiff, and A. D. Runnels and
its freight business is second to that who swarm about its hives of in “Now look out for trouble!” “What as
his wife I. M. Runnels were defendants, in which
W. G. HENDERSON.
it was ordered, adjudged and decreed by said
of any other. McMinnville would be dustry. A few days ago a Londcn is it?” yawned Adam, who had just court
that said plaintiff WiHiam Laughlin, as
guardian, have and recover of and from said de
on a straight line with the proposed
fendants A. D. Runnels and I. M. Runnels the
branch to Salem, and on a direct glut of grain coming from different just got into Eden,” replied the sum of Eight Hundred Fifty-Four and 66-100ihs
Have an immense stock of furniture. They
dollars ($851.63) with interest thereon from the
line to Tillamook. There is a prac parts of the world. One would sup Snake.
to keep a big stock, because they have a large
15th day of April. 1895, at the rate of teu per cent
per annum and $-50 00 attorneys’ fees, and the
Mary had a little lamb;
ticable and easy route from here pose from the representation made
to supply. Prices on everything in our
It followed her each day,
(Third Street, between E and F.)
and ordering the sale of the following described
through the coast range and a paying that our farmers ought to be thank
Till Mary put the bloomers on,
real property, to-wit:
surprisingly cheap just now. If you
And then it ran away.
That certain parcel of land particularly de
volume of traffic for every mile of ful if they got half price for their
of this, come in and price the goods.
northeast corner of a certain tract of land deed
the distance would soon be built up wheat.
Since then there has fallen unde-
if it does not already exist.
of November, 1875, said deed being recorded in
S. WILSON, manager.
Vol. O, page ¿75, records of deeds lor Yamhill
the estimate made bv
road ever goes to Salem, McMinnville
county, Oregon, Dec. 17th, 1875, said beginning
point being the northeast corner of lot number
can get it, and it would be the mak the Russian minister of finance of
irand beautiful one (1) in Runnels addition to the town of North
ing of her.
—the woman who keeps running thence west two and 14-100tns (2.14)
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
at a distance the com chains; thence south twenty-three and 2-100ths Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
Yamhill County Reporter.
YflMHIüh FARMS R. M. WADE & Co
The Celebrated and Popular
BAIN and PACIFIC wagons,
Near to Market
Crops Never Fail
Are the OLIVER CHILLED
BEST IH THE WORLD.
W. L. WARREN,
Real Estate Agent,
Are the GARLAND and UNI=
VERSALS, Cooks and Heaters
Read the following, and if it
takes your fancy call in and get
r n rr i urge, imw , 1810 B ook
[fizz B BleioooisOipjjLLilirorB Hssociaiion
THE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
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Just Received .. .
“Blue Front” Grocery and Bakery
BURNS & DñNlEüS=
C ity S tables ,
T he question of long or short
political campaigns is under discus
sion in the newspapers. Many favor
a brief campaign on account of its
involving less trouble and annoyance
and sacrifice of valuable time. The
most that can be said in favor of a
brief campaign could be urged in
favor of abolishing the ordinary
method of campaigning entirely,
Perhaps we shall come to that
after, while, and instead of em
ploying the rostrum and the
stump to influence and mould public
sentiment, relj’ more fully upon the
press. But for the present, what
ever is worth doing at all is worth
doing thoroughly and well. Repub
lican campaigning is the work of
popular education—the promulgation
of great truths which underlie the
prosperity of our nation and the ad
vancement of civilization
can scarcely be too much of it so long
as the people are eager to listen.
To talk about giving it over on ac
count of the trouble and annoyance
it occasions is a proposition to sur
render to insidious foes that are
never idle. Socialists and anarch
ists are not proposing campaigns any
briefer than they have beeu conduct
ing, which include twelve months in
the year, and no omission of Sundays
Of Fourth of July.
Est. 1895, Final 1894.
paints and powders,
whichsoou ruin the face.
A healthy glow to the
Austria- Hungarv.......... ....... 24,000,000 24,100 000
skin, a face without
France.......................... ........ 38,500,000 42,800,000
wrinkles, and sparkling
Germany....................... ........ 13.0u0.000 13,500 000
eyes, will be yours if you
Roumania................... ........ 7,000,000
keep the system and the
Russia........................... ....... 47.000,000 55,000,000
soecial internal organs
The youug girl, or wo
........ 55,000,000 64,000,000
Argentina................ ........ 7.200,00) 10,000,000 man, often grows pale, wrinkled and thin,
Australasia................... ....... 4,100,000
5,100,000 eats little, everything wearies her, she com
of herself as aching and sore and as
India............................. ....... 29.300,000 31,600.000 plains
sleeping poorly. Often she is troubled with
7.500,000 backache, or a tender spine, with a bearing
Totals............................ 281,100.000 259,200,000 down weight in the abdomen, or at periods
she may be irregular, or suffer extreme pain
It will be noted that these figures from functional derangements.
Pierce, chief consulting physician to
show a deficit as compared with last the Dr. Invalids
’ Hotel and Surgical Institute, of
year of 28,100,000 quarters. Russia Buffalo, N. Y , in his long and active experi
ence, met many cases of this kind, for which
is naturally a bull in the wheat he used a prescription which was found to
cure such difficulties permanently in ninety
market, and some allowance must be eight
per cent, of all cases. Having proven
made for that fact. That country so successful, Dr. Pierce put bis “ Favorite
Prescription ” on the market, and it is to-day
wants dear breadstuffs as much as sold more largely than any other medicine
Curiously, for the ills of woman.
England does cheap.
For all functional derangements, displace
John Bull is a bear and the Russian ments, ulceration, inflammation, and the
drain from the lining membranes
bear is a bull. But making all due of the special
internal organs of women, Dr.
allowance for this difference in point Pierce’s Favorite Prescription reaches the
and corrects it
of view it is evident that wheal
Mrs. M ary C rim , of Frankfort, Franklin Co.,
growers the world over have a clear /II., writes: “A few
ago I took cold,
right to expect fair prices for this years
which resulted in female
and affected my
year's crop.— Inter Qcean, Aug. SI.
whole system. About a
year ago, I took chills,
It is claimed that four-fifths of all nadoneortwo
they were very weaken
Had pains in ray
the iron ore manufactured in the ing.
sides.more frequently In
United States is dug in Alabama, left side; gradually grew
worse until, finally, I
Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, bad to take to bed I
had a bad cough au4
Minnesota and Wisconsin.
couldn't rest. I com
menced taking your:
medicine, took it about
Dr W. T Harris, United States four months, taking
bottles of Doctor
Mas C rim
commissioner of education, reports seven
Pierce’s Favorite Pre;
ecription aud five of his " Golden
the number of pupils in all schools covery.” My weight has increased,
and I feel
in the United States at 15,530.286.
(23 02) chains; thenee east two and 14-lOOths
(2.14) chains; thence north twenty-three and
2-100ths (23.02) chains to the place of beginning,
containing five acres more or less.
Now therefore, by virtue of said judgment, writ
of execution and order of sale, I will, on Satur
day, the 21st day of September, A. D. 1895, at the
hour of one o’clock p. m. of said day, at the court
house door in McMinnville, Yamhill county, Or
egon, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder
for cash in baud, the above described real prem
ises, to satisfy said execution, costs aud accruing
Dated this the 20th day of August, A. D. 1895.
W. G. HENDERSON,
Sheriff of Yamhill County. Oregon.
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE.
Real Estate and Loan Agent
WM. LAMBERT, PROPRIETOR,
by introduction of the
most modern machin-
Belknap Hot Medical Springs
THE SHORT ROUTE
Washington, Idaho, Montana, Dakota,
Minnesota and the East.
All work Guaranteed.
G reat • • • •
OFFICE IN WRIGHT S NEW BLOCK
-Always up to the times.
’OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
Prices always reasonable.
as Sheriff of Yamhill County, State of Ore
gon, by virtue of a Writ ot Execution, Judgment
and Order of Sale, issued out of the Circuit Court
of the State ot Oregon for the County of Yamhill,
on the 7tb day of August, A. D. 1895, and bearing
said date, upon and to enforce that certain decree
rendered by said Court on the 15th day of April,
1895, in that certain suit therein pending wherein
The First National Bank of Hillsboro, a corpora
tion, was plaintiff, and James A. Campbell and
Lydia J. Campbell were defendants, in which it
was ordered, adjudged and decreed by said Court
that said plaintiff, Tbe First National Bank of
Hillsboro, a corporation, have aud recover of and
from the said defendants, James A. Campbell and
Lydia J Campbell, the sum of Five Hundred
Forty-Three Dollars ($543.00) with interest thereon
from said 15th day of April, 1895, at the rate of And O. R. A Ni. Co.’» Leaned Lines.
TO ALL POINTS IN
ten per cent per annum, and tbe further sum of
Fifteen Dollars ($15.00) costs and disbursement..,
and ordering the sale of the following described
real property, to wit:
Being part of the Wayman C. Hembree donation
land claim No. 54, in township three (3) south,
range four (4) west of the Willamette meridian,
and beginning at the south-west corner of said Through Tickets On Sale J CHICAGO
claim; thence east to center of Yamhill river;
thenee north-westerly, meandering said river to To and From.................. WASHINGTON
the west boundary of said claim; thence south on
west boundary of said claim to tbe place of be
And All Points in the United States, Canada and Europe.
ginning. containing 20 acres more or less in Yam
hill County, Oregon.
Now therefore, by virtue of said Judgment,
Decree, Execution and Order of Sale, I will on
The GREAT NORTHERN RY. is a new transcontinental line. Runs Buff
Saturday tbe 7th day of September, A. D. 1895, at
the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day. at the et-Library-Observation cars, palace sleeping and dining cars, family tourist sleep
court house door in McMinnville,Yamhill Countv, ers and first and second-class coaches. Having a rock ballast track, the GREAT
Oregon, sell at public auction? to tbe highest bid
der for cash in hand, the above-described real NORTHERN RY. is free from dust, one of the chief annoyances of transcontinen
premises to obtain funds with which to satisfy tal travel. Round trip tickets with stop-over privileges- and choice of return routes
said Execution, costs and accruing costs.
For further information call upon or write
Dated this the 7th day of August. A. D. 1896.
Or C. C. DON AV AN, General Agent,' i?j ThiTisL. Port’lS^re'111®’
W. G. HENDERSON.
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Oregon.
W. L.. WARREN
Natural temperature 188 degrees fahrenheit. Steam, Medicated, Elec
tric, Shower, Hot and Cold Baths with Massage. A Fine Swimming Rink.
nap Hot Medlcal springe are located 60 miles east of Eugene
on the McKenzie river The water taken as a drink, or used for baths is
unsurpassed and wonderfully efficacious in curing Rheumatism, Skin ¿
Diseases Kidney and Liver Complaints, Catarrh, Dropsv, La Grippe,
Private Diseases, Ague, Etc.
Those who are seeking to recover lost health, or desire to spend a sum
mer outing can make no better selection than the Belknap Hot Springs. À
elevation of 2,000 4
. iu the . heart
, . of the
, ~ Cascade luvuuiaiiio
feet above sea level, tired nature can here find a restorative in the pure
mountain air and waters, w hile the eye never wearies of the magnificent
scenery, kish and game areabundant, and the sportsman may revel to
his heart 8 delight in pursuit of the larger game.
A splendid camping ground for campers, well shaded and supplied '<
with water by pipes leading from a cold, pure mountain stream. Free J
pasture for “^^868. Stages leave hotels iu Eugene Mondays Wednesdays
and Fridays of each w eek, at 6 o’clock in the morning, arriving at the
..prtngs the same day, returning on alternate davs.
For terms and further information, address
A. P. OSTRANDER,
Land County, Oregon.