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Dr. Leroy Lewis
Court House Business.
Jones’ Mill Burned.
Wright, the dentist, McMinnville.
Leroy Lewis, dentist.
commissioners were in ad
A little daughter was born to Rev.
J. O. Spencer, the handsome Clifton
fire was discovered in Jone»,' mill. It journed session Saturday and again
right, the dentist, McMinnville.
Pace and wife Monday.
bachelor, is in the city.
Ice cream from this time on at Kun»'
V m. Clnisman and wife arrived home
Mr. Chas. Fritz of The Dalles has been appeared to be in the central and lower Tuesday. At the Saturday meeting the
part, but in a very few minutes the en following bills were audited:
c innville ore
tf Monday from the Neetucca.
visiting iu the city this week.
tire building was enveloped. The mill Llbbie Daniel, board ot F. M. Boyer.............. $17.50
I have permanently located here, and
M inford Sanford of Salem speut Sun Best dental plates in the world are
Mrs. Hatch has a new w alk laid in front
hands and teamsters had just time Yamhill
9.00 invite the attention of the public to my
I. L. Manin, lumber..........
day in this city.
aluminum. Consult Dr. Lewis about of her residence on Fifth street.
enough to get the animals out of the George Wills, bridge work.
5.00 methods of Dental Treatment and Surg
Judge Galloway and family visited with them.
Dr. E. Mingus of Portland spent Sun stables, to which the fire soon communi John Purcell.
3.00 ery. I make a specialty of regulating
friends at St. Paul on Sunday.
1.50 teeth. Examinations solicited.
Miss Daisy Young has returned from day in McMinnville, the guest of Dr. cated, and all the buildings in the camp Jesse Kays,
At Tuesday’s seseion the following
Magazines, eastern weeklies and other her summer's visit with friends in Polk Vial.
except the cook house were consumed.
periodicals are now on sale at the Novel county.
Misses Nellie and Mary Ramsey re Frank Bynum lost one of his wagons, business was transacted. Ordered that
The farmers are requested to save some
ty book store.
Wes. Wallace is superintending the job turned Wednesday from a month’s stay which he was unable to get out on ac the clerk advertise for bids for refilling of their best grains, grasses, fruits, etc.,
louse and putting a wall in at Newport.
count of the intensity of the heat
The span of Lafayette btidge, also for the and if they can t bring them to town let
• Henry E< eleeton has been suffering 1°^ J4*4*0
erection ot a Smith truss span. covered W. L. Warren know, and he will call
from catarrh of the hand, the trouble
Elias Underweod has been called to fire spread to the adjacent timber and
complete. See “Notice to contractors.’’ and get it. It is wanted for the coming
starting from a bruise
W. H Kuns is supplying 13 cook the principalship of the Sprague, Wash.,
I eluding the summer camping place down Ordered that the unpaid taxes of Yamhill state fair. We have the material to
Judge Hurley of Portland and Judge ’ wagons with bread. He always leads public schools.
county be and are hereby declared de- ’
The largest snd finest candies ever the creek, where Rev. Thompson and linquent, and if said taxes are not paid walk off yirith the prize, if it can be gotten
Hurley of Independence are sick and when it comes to bread.
Mrs. F. E. Wolfenden returned from bought by dealers on the West Side, just family were the only remnant of a large on or before Oct. 1st., 1895, the sheriff is together. If we can’t get what is necessary
Dr. Calhreath is attending both.
crowd a week ago. They made their
to make a creditable showing, Yamhill
Tabor Tuesday, w here she has been received by Kuns
Prof. W. J. Crawford of Zena, at one
way out to a place of safety upon a load ordered to collect the same with costs won’t be there.
time a member of McMinnville college
added as required by law, and the sheriff
A. H. Pajie, of the Novelty book store rejoicing over the arrival of his firstborn
faculty, attended church here Sunday.
The damage to tho property of Jones is hereby authorized to publish the same
Miss Elsie Henreichson, a niece of R. has established a news stand, Consult son, so Dr. Vial relates.
Good milkers and
A Adams can be onlj- aproximately esti
G. 8. Wright was in it again at the mated, but will not be far from $4000.
Nelson, and for some weeks past a guest his tables for reading matter.
In the probate court the will of A. K.
Mrs. F. E. Chaney of Salem was visit Portland races. Wednesday he took the Th« engine and boiler, it is estimated,
of his family, returned to her home in
S am Soetn, Bellevue.
Mark has been admitted to probate, with
ring with the families of A. J. Apperson tive-mile heat in 12:53 2-5.
can be repaired for two or three hundred Mary S. Mark as executrix, without
For Sale or Trade.
O. O. Hodson and F W. Fenton, with dollars. There was very little lumber bond, A. J. Hunsaker, C. F. Daniela
Services at the C. P. church begin and others the fore part of the week.
hay press. Wanted in ex
again Sunday. The subject for morning,
and Sandusky Wilson appraisers.
change good hack or wagon Will sell
been hauled out about as fast as sawed.
At the Beautiful Gate.” For evening, specimens of Clapp’s Favorite pears to They report an enjoyable time.
In the estate of L. M. Lawrence, or
tt\f collection for the state fair exhibit, i Mrs. M. Smith of Portland, mother of There was no insurance on the mill. dered that citation issue to J. C. Law on time. Must sell.
“The Gates of Hell.”
am S oper , Bellevue.
Mrs. Dr. Calhreath, was in the city a
rence and Delia Kellett.
Walter Durham is alrout the lamest
i ping work for the rest of the season, will
man that we ever saw walk without a nude a record last week of 530 bushels j short time the first of the week.
For Sale or Trade.
Since the 23d the county clerk has issued
crutch. He and his bicycle got into of grain, principally oats, in one hour I Thad Simpson arrived home from his be about as serious an embajarssment to
some kind of trouble and a lanie leg was and ten minutes.
camp at Jones’ mill on Tuesday, having the firm, probably, as the destruction of marriage licences to Bernard Kindred Minnville. 160 acres in cultivation.
aud Cora Culbertson of McMinnville;
Josiah Johnson, a well known farmer I been driven out by fire and smoke.
Good improvements of all kinds, fruit
This is the third fire the firm has sus Edward Robertson aud Cora Frances
H. A. Patterson has moved into his of Polk County, died on Monday. He | W. L. Warren shower! us a peach
and berries in abundance, liying water,
Ilankina of North Yamhill.
fine new residence lately erected on his was the grandfather of Clarence, Jesse 1 yesterday from the orchard of M. B. tained within five years. July 7th, 1891,
1 good stock farm. Will trade for a small
their warehouse at corner of Third and
mountain ranch near the eastern termi and Clara Irvine.
Hendrick that weighed 10}£ ounces.
Transactions in real estate are not farm unincumbered. Address,
D streets burned, and in May, 1892, their
nus of the new toll road.
W. L. W arren ,
To T rade .—Rough lumber 2x4 20 ft.,
Watermelons at Kuns’. His store factory and lumber sheds went up in numerous these days. The following
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Wanted—By W. L. Warren, real estate 2x8 18 ft. and 1x12 18 ft, for a good will be headquarters for melons from smoke. In all three of these fires they have been filed for record during the
agent,to list real estate for sale or houses milch cow or a second-hand buggy In this time on through the season.
sustained the total loss themselves, being week:
and farms for rent. A number of good quire at this office.
A circulating library has been started without insurance. In each instance
.McMinnville Produce Market.
farms desired. Office in Wright block.
It is now thought that Vint Snelling, at the Novelty book store. Call and ex hitherto the destruction has been fol 14 blk 1 Foster’s add to Sheridan $ 100
Reported by L E Welker.
Rev. and Mrs. Hunsaker returnad last who was injured by a fall from a railway amine the plan and see the books. 3ltf
lowed by improvements of a decided R B Hibbs by sheriff to R Jacob
15@18 All kinds of Fine,
of Watchea, Clocks
son, blk C Sailor’s add to Mc
Friday from a six weeks sojourn at car, and has since been lying in a Port H. C. Newton of Lafayette is the character, aggressive enterprise and
D. A. SMITH'S All kind«
and Jewelry for eale at
Dolph. We are glad to learn that both land hospital, will recover the use of bis pioneer hop gatherer of the season. Work pluck being dominant elements in the
bard tlmea price*.
40 old Watches re
were greatly benefited by the recreation limbs.
began in his yard Wednesday morning. make-up of the firm. Just what will be C F and Mary A Jewett to Guy R
Jewett, 15 tracts in Dundee Or
The soda fountain at Kuns’ confec J. A. Frisbie is raising a pumpkin
Chickens............................... $200@2 50
Subject Sunday morning at M. E. the outcome of this last disaster cannot
to run as good
chard Home and 20 lots in town
tionery is now running at full blast.
that will be a credit to Yamhill county church, "Heaven.” Evening subject yet be stated. The community at large
. 8c a tb
as new at
Harvey Henderson went to Portland when it attains its full growth. It now will be a special sermon, “Home, the
Ducks.. .................................. ..
& Adams. Their enterprise is acknowl
Monday to take his position as salesman. meusures in its largest girth five and one- Key to the Heart.”
Bruch ler, lot 167 Dayton
edged by all, and is recognized as having
The family will remain here for the pres half feet. '
Extras, needles, and supplies for all been for years one of the sustaining H C Hald and wife to Allen &
ent, except Robert, w ho goes to Eugene
Rev. Campbell completed his preach kinds of sewing machines at C. Grissen’s,
shortly to take the business course in the ing engagement at Carlton last Sunday, agent for New Home and Wheeler & factors of the town, by furnishing em
BETAIL 'A AB KE T.
Large’s add to Newberg........
ployment to many people.
und hereafter the preaching services at Wilson machines.
Sarah ahd Albert Epperlv to 0 P
Easy to take, sure to cure, no pain, the Christian church here will be every
Miller, parcel land 76x80 ft in
Prof. J. B. Horner, of the chair of
nothing to dread, pleasant little pills. Sunday regularly.
English in the state agricultural college,
Hop picking will be general through P M Churchman administrator to
DeWitt’s Little Early Risers. Best for
Stomach and bowel complaints are and a most pleasant gentleman to meet,
out this section of God’s country next
sick headache, biliousness, sour stomach best relieved by the timely use of De- j was in the city the last of the week.
One of tlie most important parts about a Harvester
C C l.ioden. parcel land in Fos
and constipation. Rogers Bros.
Witt’s Colic and Cholera cure. Insist
A. M. Sanders has engaged to work
$18 is the Sickle. I have extra
Mr. Chas. Shafford of Denver, Colo.,
We see reports of big gi'ain yields in on having this preparation. Lkin’t take one month for the Oregon Fire Belief is visiting with his brother, J. H., here Harold Clark and wife to E P Dix
on, lots 5 and 6 blk 2 Newberg . 630
many of our valley exchanges, but none any other. Rogers Bros.
Association. This association now has a this week.
The Southern Pacific made a change . membership of three hundred, and is
of them come up to the Yamhill record.
duce, paying the highest price in cash
the market will justify. He will sell
Forty-five bushels from a hundred
acre field and fifty from a thirty acre afternoon passenger train. It now ar Wright’s machine threshed 3370 bush- 1 Portland Monday, where they have been by local applications, as they cannot you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
visiting for several days.
rives at 3:40, forty miuutes later than
reach the diseased portion of the ear. den seeds as cheap as any other dealer. for the McCormick, Deering and Osborne machines, I also
field are scores hard to beat.
, els of oats Monday and an even 3000
Mr. W C. Woodruff and family of There is only one way to cure deafness, D street south of First National Bank.
He also carries a full line of Graham in have Machine Oils and Compounds. Rubber and Leather
Prof. Lee Baker moves his family to
each of the following two days. He will
The new fall stock is now arriving at be through Saturday night. Mr. Wright Kansas are visiting with relatives here. and that is by constitutional remedies. small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal, Belting, all sizes. Rubber and Cotton Hose.
Carlton this week, preliminary to opening
The bridge over the Yamhill river at Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi wheatlete, etc.
the school on Sept. 30th The Cailtonites Apperson’s store. The date tor the estimates the average wheat yield of the
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
arc to be congratulated over the assur- opening cannot be given yet, as it is not county at between 25 and 30 bushels.
Severe griping pains of the stomach
everything for the
auceofan excellent school as the result of known when the goods will all be in.
The officers of the Yamhill County
Mr. Geo. Bryan and family and Mrs. flamed yon have a rumbling sound or and bowels instantly and effectually
It will be a handsome stock.
having secured his able services.
' Veteran Association are requested to Elzina Johnson will spend the next fort imperfect hearing, and when it is entire
Mrs. Wyatt Harris and daughter Ethel i meet Sept. 14th, 1895, at 9:30 a. m. for
J. P. Irvine, wife and children got
night inhaling ozone on the Pacific’s ly closed deafness is the result, and un ! Cure. Rogers Bros.
home the last of the week from the Soda went to Newport Friday for a brief visit the purpose of arranging a program for surf-washed shores.
less the inflammation can be taken out
and at prices that are Cheaper than the Cheapest. Call in.
Springs. Drinking the soda water had a with friends. They write the Capt. that our next meeting, Oct. 12th, 1895, and
Rev. Gay and wife were rusticating at and this tube restored to its normal con
marvelous effect upon J. P., increasing pleasant weather on the bay is just com j such other business as shall come before I Yaquina beach for several days. They dition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
iiis rotundity to such an extent that his mencing. He will join them to-day.
returned home last Tuesday.
nine cases out of ten are caused by ca When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
B. F. C lvbine , Sec.,
Z. C. aud S. R. Young, from Fredonia,
friends could hardly recognize him.
Rev. and Mrs. Rounds and daughter tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
S. C. P earson , Pres.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla,
Leroy Lewis of Dayton has concluded Wash., acquaintances of ours from away
spent a week or so in the mountains this condition of the mucous surfaces.
John Jones of Sheridan was arraigned month and returned home Monday.
to pitch hie professional tent in Mc back in New York and Kausas, are in
We will give One Hundred Dollars for When she had Children, she gave them Castorla,
Minnville, an.l has taken rooms over the vicinity looking for a good dairy before Justice Rhodes on Saturday,
Mrs. L. C. Washburn and family are any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh'
Griesen's book store, which are being farm to lease. They are good people charged with using obscene language in preparing to move to southern Oregon, that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh
the presence of a lady. He plead guilty where L. C. has rented a farm.
fitted up especially for him. Leroy is a and genuine rustlers.
Cure. Send for circulars, free.
Children, especially infants, are soon and was fined $10 and costs, and being
graduate from a first-class school of
Henry Boivin and wile are spending
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
I.nun for Sale.
dentistry, and ho enjoys a pretty wide run down with cholera infantum or unable to pay the same, was required to the heated term at Newport.
gUTSold by Druggists, 75c.
land near Whiteson.
circle of acquaintances hereabouts who “summer complaint.” Don’t wait to de serve time in jail.
Rev. Eshilman and wile of North
acres under plow, balance pasture and
termine, but give DeWitt’s Colic and
in a replevin suit More Justice; Yakima are visiting with A. II. Denney
will be glad to see him prosper
There are a great many of the unfortu young fir timber, 3 dwellings, 3 barns, 2
brought by Henry Gee to re Threshing crews aie disbanding daily, nate ones in the world, greater in num- orchards and 12 acres in hops. Situated
The end of this week will see the
cover property attached by A. J. Apper- showing that another harvest is about | ber than those who are blessed with between 2 R. R e, Pric-e $20 per acre.
threshing about completed. Most of the it. Use no other. Rogers Bros.
Mr. Eckman of the R eporter staff son in action for account against W. L over.
outfits expect to l>e through at that time.
good digestion To eotne people the Easy terms. This is a snap. Address
Our city dads are still struggling with greatest misfortune is not to be able to
The grain is a little slow about coming mounted bis bicycle early Monday morn Qnalev, the court rendered a decision
S heridan L and C o .
Ho has not been yesterday in favor of plaintiff. Gee the open river question.
in, owing partly to the low price we pre ing and struck out
eat everything set before them. “I suff
sume, and partly to the fact that some of heard of since, but is supposed to be claimed the property by virtue of a bill
ered for years with Dyspepsia, and
A good double circular water power
the farmers will store their own. Forty- somewhere on the Tillamook coast, of sale from Quale}’ and the attachment
everything 1 ate disagreed with me. I
one cents is the local quotation for wheat, gathering health and clams and having suit was brought to test the validity of —every i«oi»on and impurity of your I was induced to try Simmons Liver Reg-1 sawmill, with planer, edger and cut-off
the transfer. Notice of appeal ha? been ' hlood, by Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical ulator and was cured. I now eat every saws, and is driven by 2 turbine water
-and the oats- are worth only fourteen or a fine time in general.
Discovery. Then there’s a clear skin thing.”—M. Bright, Madison Parish I.a. wheels. 1000 acres of timber land, 2
The Salvation Army is preparing for a filed by Appereon’s attorneys.
dwellings, 2 barns, 3 yoke of oxen and
a clean system. Tetter, Salt-rheum,
Homegrown peaches are quite plenti
logging outfit complete, including 800,000
ful in the market, judging by the dis evening of Sept. 4th. They say there is that in the cases it cites the courts had Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils Carbuncle»,
teet of logs in stream and pond at the
play of baskets and crates in the several no significance in its coming on race
mill. Logs can be floated on this stream
grocery stores. The price they bring, day, but a simple coincidence. Major went after his men armed with warrants and all blood, skin and scalp diseases, ' R O. Jones came down from Amity for 15 miles. This mil) is situated 9 miles
however, $1.75 a bushel, makes them Morton ia to be present, also Captain ,
Friday morning of last week and took west of Sheridan on a good level road
seem rather scarce. They are finer fruit Sharp, Lieuts. Hudspeth and Conlin,, bound to have Judge Magers executed, the worst scrofula—these are perfectly the morning train for Portland.
Sold over 800,000 feet of lumber last
than any that were imported to meet the and Myrtle, the eleven-year-old wonder. I it might as well be done at once, and the and permanently cured by it.
W. H. Cashier and family drove to year. Price <7,500, no incumbrance.
In building up needed flesh and Newberg Saturday morning, returning
demand earlier in the season. And yet
W. E. Martin always was a lucky fel Record man should be sent for to cast
strength of pale, puny, scrofulous chil in the evening. Miss Myrtle Plummer Will trade for land. S heridan
we don’t brag much about this being a low. July 4th he paid fifty cents to F. the first stone.
L and C o .
H Taylor to have his life insured one
accompanied them home for a few days’
Memory is a little treacherous now dren, nothing can equal it.
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real
Prof. W. J. Spillman, who has been day in the Aetnaaccident company. Re and then, and causes one to forget some i Delicate diseases of either sex, how i visit.
spending the summer with relatives and turning from a dance that night he things worth remembering, unless one ever induced, speedily and radically j Ed Murphy and family are visiting Estate Mortgages, etc., always on sale at
friends in the valley, left here Wednesday slipped and fell upon the sidewalk, sus has an experience like that which came cured Address, in confidence, World’» friends in this vicinity.
Miss Jessie Cox of Newberg is visiting
morning for Seattle to attend the Wash taining injuries for which be has just to Mr. D. E. East, Moffatt’s Creek, Va., Dispensarv Medical Association, Buffalo,
With one eye on the clock, and the
ington state teachers’ association. Mrs. received indemnity in the amount of $35. who says “I had been suffering for years N. Y.
on your plate, you cannot enjoy a
S. and little son will join him soon
O I C U R going to the New Racket
meal. When traveling east, you should
when they will return to their home in store in the Handley building, McMinn until I took Simmons Liver Regulator,
Austin Bowman of Newberg visited take the Northern Pacific, the only din
Pullman, Wash., where Mr. Spillman ville, where they are getting so many when I was entirely relieved of my trou
Annual meeting of the Oregon Fire
will resume his duties as professor of good and useful things,and so cheap too. bles. I never intend being without Sim Relief Association will be held in Fire his sister, Mrs. D. C. Gates, Wednesday, ing car line from Portland; meals 75
Threshing is over with in this vicinity, cents. You don’t have to get up in the
agriculture in the state agricultural col-
Will Kuns. John Evenden and Wm. mons Liver Regulator.”
man’s hall, McMinnville, Oregon, Tues-
hop picking will begin next week. morning at 6 o’clock, rush to breakfast
lege at that place.
Eberall have formed a syndicate for the
The M. E congregation seem to be in day, Sept. 10th, at 2 p. m.
seems to be a scarcity of pickers, and gulp it down in fifteen or twenty
Ralph Storey and
importation and raising of Belgian hares danger of losing their pastor. Rev.
minutes, and then have to wait until 2
yards are short.
couple of promising young men who and have just received three pairs from Bretz who was sent here to fill a vacancy
or three o’clock for lunch or dinner. To
have received their graduation diplomas an eastern grower. They are said to is a member of the Idaho conference,
avoid this, take the Northern Pacific;
OVB ILI HB1NG LIST
from McMinnville college, leave soon for grow as large as mules and to be superior which is now in session. A day or two eincere thanks for the services of kind
the only dining car route, the only line
Providence, R. I., to take the theological for culinary purposes.
since he received a telegram stating that friends during the illness and after the
We have special arrangements with to the Yellowstone Park and the only
death of wife and daughter.
course at Brown seminary. Last Sun
Next week hop picking will be in full iie would be appointed to a charge within
following leading publications, line running Pullman Tourist Sleepers
A lex . H udson ,
day, by the request of the pastor, they blast in many of the yards. The crop is that conference. This appears to have
we are able to offer them in without from 12 to 16 hours delay.
each preached a sermon from the Bap
generally pronounced tine, and the been contrary to the wishes and ex
with our own at exceedingly For full information, time cards, maps,
tist pulpit. Fellows occupying the morn
samples we have seen brought in certain pectations of both the reverend gentle
as follows: The R eporter etc., call on or address,
ing hour and Storey holdiug forth in the ly are all of that. The hop picking sea man and his congregation, who appear
Notice to Contractors.
C. H. F leming , Agent,
Notice is hereby given that the under and
son is a busy one. It means both work to be mutually agreeable to one another.
Weekly Inter Ocean............................................ $1.35
Our McMinnville eoap continues to and play People in all conditions and During the brief period of Rev. Bretz’s eigned will receive sealed bids for refill St. Louis Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly......... 1.75
gain in quality and favor. Ladies every circumstances go afield and earn a few pastorate his audiences have steadily ing the span above the floor in the bridge ♦Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25
Law suits in Judge Runnels’ court
where speak well of it. “It is the best dollars at honest and wholesome toil. grown and well filled houses have been across the Yamhill river at Lafayette New York Tribune, weekly.............................. 1.25
been quite numerous during the
soap I ever used in n>y life.”—Mrs. J. Their reward is cash, bodily vigor and the rule instead of the exception, not and also for the constructing of a Smiths
weeks, and attorney Bu
withstanding the reign of the warm sea truss span covered complete in the place the most practical and useful publication
W. Cowls. “The sample bar was the considerable fun.
been quite busy.— N. Y.
of the one now there. Said bids will be on the coast for farmers, dairymen and
■beet I ever used. I will take two boxes.”
—Mrs. W. J. Garrison. “It is really
p. m. The right to reject any or all bids
very fine soap.”—Mrs. F. Sully. Mrs. August 23d at her home near Amity.
John Parker has been painting the is reserved.
Judge Galloway orders it every time and She was born in the state of Missouri in
Jo. Woods came into this office a Mr. A. A. Snyder, Supt. Poor Farm,
By order of the board of county com few days ago and deposited a mon Winnesheik Co., Ia., says: Last winter
will take no other. Dozens of others 1843, but came to Oregon at an early saloon.
j Mr. Robert Leach used two boxes of De
Mr. Braiding, our pionser blacksm ith, missioners.
A. E. M c K ern ,
might be quoted. It is kept for sale by age and had lived for many years in this
ster peach of his own raising on our Witt’s Witch Hazel 8alve and cured a
Wallace & Walker, E. L. Weed, Millsap county, highly esteemed by all who who has been in southern Oregon, has
table. It was a late Crawford, and large running sore on his leg. He had
knew her. The funeral was held Sunday returned on a visit.
A Cook, J. P. Irvine, A. J. Apperson and
measured 104 inches in circumfer been under care of physician for months,
at the Christian church in Amity, of
Board of Equalization.
Warren Daugherty and bride from
Grange store. Tallow and grease scraps
and was better than it was big. without obtaining relief. Sure cure for
which organization she was a member, Tillamook were visiting father and
Notice is hereby given that the board
of all kinds used in making country soft
— Yamhill Independent.
Rev. Campbell of this city being called mother this week.
! piles. Rogers Bros.
soap can be used and is wanted at the
topreach the discourse. The attendance
Caddie Frauendieuer who has been meet at the court house on Monday, the
was very large.
working in the Dolph hotel has returned 30th day of September, 1895, and contin One night when Mr. Isaac Reese was
Miss Faye Swick will soon go to
The fall term of the state agricultural
ue in session one week, for the purpose stopping with me, says M. F. Hatch, a Portland where she will remain
college opens Sept. 19th. There are a
Born, to the wiie of Elmer Yocom, a of examining and correcting the assess prominent merchant of Quartermaster,
good many sturdy farmer lads around shipment of prunes from this point in a
11-pound girl, August 24th. Another ment rolls in any errors that may occur Washington, I beard him groaning. On during the winter. While there she
McMinnville, who are wedded to agrestic
thereon in valuation ordescription of prop going to his room I found him suffering will continue her elocutionary work
home made glad.
pursuits. In this age of application of or seven cars are in sight, if all parties
The mountains near Mt. Hebo and erty, and for the purpose of transacting from cramp colic. He was in such ago under Miss DeForest.— Dayton Herald
scientific principles to his calling, that who have been figuring together ship at
Tiilamook are all on fire, which with any other business that may lawfully ny I feared he would die. I hastily gave
young farmer is wise who avails himself the same time. Calbreath •& Goucher the burning of slashings makes it very come before the board, and all parties him a dose of Chamberlain’s Colic,
Mr. C. G. Strong, principal of the pub
of the best schooling obtainable as an and G. S. Wright think they can load
interested are requested to appear before Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He lic schools at Anderson, Cal., says: “I
equipment to insure his future success.
M iss Inez Amy is hardly expected to said board at said time and place and was soon relieved, and the first words he i have used Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and
The agricultural college justly prides Kingery will have about a carload and
show cause, if any, why their assess uttered were, “what was that stuff you have found it an excellent remedy for
itself upon its 209 graduates throughout
ments should not remain as placed gave me?” I informed him. A few lameness and slight wounds.” Lame
the northwest, occupying positions of bushels. H. D. Burdett, who owns that relatives in Portland, has come home upon the roll. Do not neglect to examine days ago we were talking about his at ness usually results from a sprain or
responsibility, and who are examples of
and has decided to move to the metropo your assessment, as the assessor lias no tack and he said he was never without j other injury, or from rheumatism, for
intelligent citizenship wherever found. on the Carlton road will probably be in lis city and has rented his farm for one power to correct any errors after the that remedy now. I have used it in my which Chamberlain’s Pain Balm is es
Her equipment is among the very beet, it quite extensively together with several
1 family for several years. I kn<jw ‘its pecially intended and unequaled. It af
meeting of the board.
her courses of study varied, and the others. They are expecting to ship
worth and do not heeitate to recommend fords almost immediate relief and in a
yearly expense of a student need not through the Earl Fruit Company of
J. W. B owneb .
j it to my friends and customers. For J short time effects a permanent cure. For
ing in Portland the past summer, has
exceed $145 per year. Best of all, tuition
County Assessor. I sale by 8. Howarth & Co., druggists.
I sale by 8, Howorth A Co., druggists.
is absolutely free.
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And Seethe Latest and Neatest
Things in Dishes.
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