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Yambill County Reporter.
UHEbOV NF.US AND NOTES.
MEU5 OF THE WEEK.
R. M. WADE & Co.
D. E. Thomas, several years post The supreme court of Utah has
r. H. HAUN HAKT, Editori Fropr
master at Dufur, died on Sunday.
decided that women cannot vote at
J. C. ECK.V1AN, Atsociate Editor.
A hundred Indians from the Si the coming November election.
If it 13, you will be strong, vigorous,
letz are picking hops in Polk county.
Official information of cholera in full of life and ambition; you will have a
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
Medford has voted to build a 10- Honolulu was received in Washing good appetite and good digestion;
room school house costing not more ton on the 31st. Consul-General strong nerves, sweet sleep.
But how few can say that their blood
are the kinds that we handle.
Reading notice! in local columns 10 cents per than f14,000, to take the place of the Miller of Honolulu, in a dispatch to is pure! How many people are suffering
line for 6r.t week and 5 cents per line thereafter.
from the consequences of impure
Display advertisements, annual rates, one inch one recently burned.
the state department, says that blood, scrofula, salt rheum, rheumatism,
per month *1; each additional inch 50 cents per
“The Pacific Empire, a Journal of cholera prevails at Honolulu, but is catarrh, nervousness, sleeplessness, and
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
That Tired Feeling.
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to Freedom, ’ has been launched in confined to the natives and Chinese.
be current aews. Additional matter 10 cent* per
Hood’s Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalizes
and enriches the blood. Therefore, it is
with Abigail Scott Dunniway as He adds: ‘"There is no alarm, and the medicine for you.
every precaution is being taken.”
It will give you pure, rich, red blood
FRIDAY, SEPT. 6, 1895.
and strong nerves.
Portland health officers are taking
A shock of earthquake was felt It will overcome that tired feeling, j
ereato an appetite, give refreshing sleep I
And They Can’t be Beat.
A mericans consume about 344,000. - timely steps, in view of cholera hav throughout portions of New York, and make you strong.
000 pounds of tobacco annually, and
ware Sunday morning at about 6 Hood’s
according to the treasury statistics the city prepared for it in
o'clock. It was severest at Phila
tobacco contributed 128,617,898 to disease should reach there.
One Salem bank is said to have delphia, where according to tele
the revenues of the government last
crop Even if that bank has had to violent enough, while it lasted, to True Blood
I t is alleged that Edison has in- turn “shark" itself in order to do so. create a good deal of consternation Prominently in the public eye today.
vented a spring attachment for bi- it is doing well to protect its com and not a little damage. Buildings H/wxzl’c Piilc
after-dinner pill and
It is Economy and Pleasure to Use Them.
1 1WU 3 1 1113 family cathartic. 2Sc.
cycles, whereby the surplus force of munity against the foreign variety. perceptibly swayed, windows clat
of the wheel going down hill may be
An Oregon City news item states tered and banged, and clocks and
Saturday evening’s train out of Port
stored for use on an up-grade, This that a party of about 12 Sunday pictures toppled from their places.
W. G. HENDERSON.
materially assists the rider in mak- hunters, of Portland, went through The shock was most severely felt in land was laden with sportsmen after
ing ascents on hilly roads.
there on their way back from a shoot suburban districts, and it is said that piring on the 1st inst. At almost every
ing expedition up the valley. They in one part of George's hill in Fair station a number of them would get off.
Governor Budd has promised the had several hundred pheasants, a mount park, a fissure was opened, Gaston, North Yamhill and Carlton
Manufacturers' Association that he large number of which were very permitting the entrance of a plummet were the objective points of a good
(Third Street, between E and F.)
which extended down over 100 feet many.
will appoint no one to the superin young birds.
tendency of state institutions who is
McHarvey, a buyer of cattle in without touching bottom. A large
not known to be partial to the use of eastern Oregon, is back from Upper plate-glass window in the store of Mrs. E. E. Davis, of San Miguel, Cal.,
California products. Several sched Burnt river, where he has purchased Michael Lett, on Germantown ave says: “I am trying in a measure to re
S. WILiSON, manager».
ules have already been changed by 700 head of twos, threes and cows. nue, was split from top to bottom. pay the manufacturers of Chamberlain’s
substituting local for eastern brands. The price paid was $16 for cows, $18 Similar cases are reported from other Cough Remedy for the great good their
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
sections of the city. At the Zoolog remedy has done me. For years I was a
for twos and $26 for threes. The
great sufferer from weak langs and bron
Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
O ne of our critical exchanges pays
ical gardens the vibration was clearly chial asthma. My rest at night was dis
cattle are to be delivered in Baker
its compliments tf> Secretary of State
perceptible, but the excitement turbed by a hacking cough, so that I felt
City between the 15th and 20th of
Already complete, embraces everything new and
Olney as follows: “Secretary Olney
which followed among the animals miserable the greater part of the time.
September, and shipped from that
has been subjected to some criticism
continued for a good while after the Many remedies recommended by friends
pertaining to the 1895
Season. We al
point—most likely to Chicago.
for using ‘the United States’ with a
disturbance. Head Keeper Manly were tried, none of which proved suita
ways lead in stylishness of our dress goods patterns,
Residents of the Sublimity vicinity, asserts that the trumpeting of the ble to my case. I did not experience any
plural verb. If he does that, all we
always have a great variety to select from.
have to say is that he are an ass.” in the eastern end of Marion county, elephants, the roar of the lions and beneficial results until I began taking
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. After
WM. LAMBERT, PROPRIETOR.
Many gentlemen of the south used to report a rain storm of unusual se screeching of hyenas was terrific.
two bottles of the large size have been
say the “United States are,” but verity in that section Friday even
used I am pleased to state, my health is
Always up to the times.
since 1865, they almost all use the ing. The hardest hail-storm within
Kcal Estate Transfer«.
All work Guaranteed.
For week ending Sept. 4th.
soreness has left my lungs and chest and
occurred farther east Saturday. The M L B Staggs to M V Spencer lots
most modern machin
I can breath easily. It has done me so
Prices always reasonable.
T he principal campaign in Ohio hail covered the ground 2| inches.
6, 7 and 8 blk 19 Rowland’s add
much good that I want all who are suff
550 ering from lung troubles, as I was, to
this year, so far as the democrats
are concerned, is to secure a demo ruined. Alfred Downing reports Calvin T and Lucinda Long to
give it a trial. For sale by S. Howorth
Christine Mikkelsen lot 9 blk 36
cratic legislature that will return 1000 bushels of prunes destroyed by
& Co., druggists.
Oak Park add to McMinnville .
Senator Brice to the United States the hail.
senate. For twenty years the demo Four Calcutta sacks of dirt lying Joseph Lebo to Mrs Jane Baren-
When in Tillamook the Place to Stop is the
drick s hf ne ,1^ of ee % sec 22 t
crats of Ohio have been able to cap on the college farm, says the Corval 5 r 3 20 a...................................... 300
Is also full aud complete. We carry the goods
ture the legislature in the years lis Gazette, attract the attention of Sarah Hutchens to J F Hutchens
that years of experience have demonstrated to be the
when Senator Sherman's colleague the pedestrian who goes out to the nw la of sw Ji sec 7 t 4 r 5.........
RATES $1 TO $2 PER DAY
was to be chosen. They have had one O. A. C. building. Each sack con Lavina A Watt by W G Hender
best value for the money.
The house is new and first-class. Stage offices
of the senators since the close of the tains a sample of soil, one hundred
son sheriff to Mary C Rea lots 6
and free sample rooms in connection.
war, and Senator Brice is willing to pounds in weight, and is to be ship 7, 10 and 11 blk 3 Watt’s 2d add
M. H. Larsen, Prop.,
spend his money freely to hold on to ped to the department of agriculture to Amity ....................................
the seat he has occupied for the last at Washington, to be experimented Lavina A Watt by’ sheriff to Mutu
The public is cordially invited to call and inspect the many
with in order to ascertain what ele al Benefit Life Insurance Co
COUNTY TKEASI HEK’S NOTICE.
about 1400 a known as Joseph
Seasonable Attractions and Novelties.
ments it comprises. The soil is
Watt farm.................................... 19809
rpHERE is money on band to pay all warrants
I t is said that James Clark, form taken out of the ground in layers, Lavina A Watt by sheriff' to Mutu
Come right along and get acquainted with our
1 endorsed prior to June lot, 1895.
erly one of the most noted members two inches in thickness, the first one al Benefit Life Insurance Co 396
J. C. PENNINGTON, County Treasurer.
The Best, Largest and Most Up-To*l)ate Lines of
prices and way of doing business.
Sept. 5, 1896.
of the Quantrell and the Jesse James coming from the top of the ground.
a pt Wm R McCarty d 1 c t 6 r 4 4106
gaDg.whowas killed the other day in The next layer is taken out at a Otilla Belling to Phil Yager and
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE.
Colorado, was an exceptionally gen depth of eight inches, the next one wf lot 7 blk 32 Oak Park add to
tle person in manners. This state at two, and the fourth at four feet.
OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
as sheriff of Yamhill county, state of Ore
ment we find floating around in the The shipment of the samples of soil Christian Jenson and wf to James
gon,under and by virtue of u writ of execution and
of sale issued out of the circuit court of the
newspapers. It is doubtless the is under direction of Prof. Shaw, and
state of Oregon, for the county of Yamhill, bear
of August 29th, 1895, upon and to enforce
rottenest kind of rot, of a piece with the samples are being gathered from
that certain decree rendered by said court on the
James C Woods and wf to Emma
of September, A. D. 1894, in that certain
the maudlin sentiment about ‘‘gen all parts of the farm, and are to
suit therein pending wherein P. A. Bates was
L Morris 28 a pt Caleb Woods d
tleman” Jim Corbett, the drunken represent all the various kinds of Ict3r4 .................................... 2600 plaintiff and Samuel Brisbine and Mary Brisbine
were defendants, in which it was ordered, ad
rowdy of the prize ring.
Clark’s soil within the farm’s borders. The
judged and decreed by said court that said plain
tiff P. A. Bates recover of and from said defend
style of gentleness was probably that sacks seen on the campus were taken
ants Samuel Brisbine and Mary Brisbine the sum
Large Line of Men’s, Ladies’ and Boys’ Mackintoshes
Six Hundred Sixty-Six and’ 66-100ths Dollars
of the wolf among its own cubs or from the old farm, and are specimens There ¡3 more Catarrh in this section of of
the country than all other diseases put
September, 1894, at the rate of ten per cent per
the sheep-killing dog at home.
of Oregon’s well known “white land.” together, and until the last few years was of
annum, and $50.00 attorney’s fees, and the fur
ther sum of $15.25 costs aud for accruing costs,
A 14-year-old daughter of Hobert supposed to be incurable. For a great and ordering the sale of the following described
In Great Variety of Styles and Price. Complete Lines
T he industrial exposition will open Dyer of Albina, committed suicide many years the doctors pronounced it a real
Beginning at the southeast corner of the dona
land claim of John Brisbine and Mary Bris
in Portland Oct. 5th, following by taking rough on rats, Sunday.
bine, Notification No. 5885, and running thence
north fiftv-three and 33-100ths (53.33; chains,
close in the wake of the state fair. Early Sunday evening the girl asked dies, and by constantly failing to cure thence
west nineteen and 57-100ths (19.57) chains;
It has been proposed, and quite likely her mother to let her attend service with local treatment, pronounced it in thence south fifty-three and 33-100ihs (53.33)
These goods were bought early for spot cash, and we are
curable. Science has proven catarrh to chains; thence east nineteen and 57-lUOths (19.57)
cbs. to the place of beginning, and beiug in Secs.
the suggestion will be carried into at another church with a Mrs. Ellis,
able and willing to give customers the advantage of better
be a constitutional disease and therefore 28 and 33. in township two (2) south, range three
effect, that the Yamhill exhibit at instead of going with her mother requires constitutional treatment. Hall’s (3) west of the Willamette meridian in Yamhill
prices than they can obtain elsewhere. Quick sales and small
State of Oregon, and containing one
Salem be transferred to the exposi and sister to their own church, which Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. county,
hundred and six (106) acres more or less.
profits will be our motto.
tion. So far as any advantage to be she designated as “pokey.” This Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only cution and order of sale, I will, on Saturday, the
gained by exhibiting at either place
constitutional cure ou the market. It is o’clock p. in. of said day, at the court house door
McMinnville, Yamhill county, Oregon, sell at
P. S. Our store will be closed Thursday, Sept. 19th, and
is concerned, Portland offers the daughter to do, and, with Lulu’s taken internally in doses from 10 drops in
public auction to the highest bidder for cash in
Saturday, Sept. 28th, until 6p. in.
strongest inducements, provided the sister, went off to church, leaving to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the hand, the above described real property to satisfy
said execution, costs and accruing costs.
management are equal to the task of the young girl at home. The girl, blood and mucous surfaces of the sys Dated this the 2d day of September, 1895.
W. G. HENDERSON,
making it what it ought to be. Ten who must have been brooding over tem. They offer one hundred dollars for
Sheriff of Yambill County, Oregon.
thousand dollars has been subscribed her mother’s refusal, on their return lars and testimonials. Address,
locally for use. As much or more home from church rose from the
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
F. J. C heney & Co., Toledo, O.
ought to be spent in bringing excur lounge on which she had been lying, «T’S-old by druggists, 75c.
In the matter of the estate of J. R. Sanders, Sr.,
sions from the east. We hope to see and, going to the pantry, she swal
insolvent. J. J. Henderson, assignee, and the
CORNER FIRST AND ALDER.
Yamhill county leading in both lowed a teaspoonful of rough on rats
estate of A. M. Sanden, insolvent, J. J. Hen
derson, assignee, and the estate of F. J. Martin,
places this year—at Salem and in that had been standing on top of a
insolvent, J. J. Henderson, assignee, and of the
of Martin & Sanders, partners, insolvent,
Portland—which she is capable of shelf for some years. Immediately The county commissioners at their estate
J. J. Henderson, assignee.
hereby given that the undersigned Offers a choice list, embracing some of the finest
doing if her energies are put forth.
September term let the contract for cov A as the is assignee
of the above-named estates
her act, and, rushing into the pres ering the Pike, Fairchilds, Mullenville has filed in the circuit court of the state of Ore
Rooms 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1. Our 50 and 75 cent rooms
gon for Yamhill county, his final account as such
T he damage to the sheep industry ence of her mother, cried: “My God, and Trullinger bridges to Fairchilds assignee of said several estates, and said final
positively good. Call and see us.
account will come up for hearing in said court at
in the United States by the demo mother, what have I done? I have Bros, for $525, the lowest bid. That of the hour of one o’clock p.m. of the 14th day of
A. D. 1895, at the circuit court room at
cratic tariff law stands forth lumin just taken a dose of rough on rats!” Deer creek let to John J. Purcell for $79. October,
the court house at McMinnville, Yamhill coun
REEVES & SANDERS,
together with any and all objections
ously in the following exhibit, which
thereto, if any there be.
Now, therefore, all persons interested in said
gives the official figures of wool pro
Court adjourned Thursday to meet estates are hereby notified and required to appear
at said time and place and show cause, if any
duction in the United States from
A lady recently propounded to a again to-morrow.
there be, why said final account should not be
allowed, said estates finally settled, and said as
1890 to the present time:
R eporter scribe the query: “Is the
Nol. 7% acres in Fairlawn add to McMinn on county road. Price $750. Will take good span
Clip of 1890..................... ............ 309,000,000 pounds
Dated this the 4th day of September, A. D. ville; good nouse and barn; living water; set in oi horses for part pay.
Clip of 1891..................... ............ 307,000,000 pounds
J. J. HENDER8ON,
fruit aud berries; good for garden. $1200—terms
Assignee of said Estates.
No. 18. Goodf livery business for sale in a live
Clip of 1892..................... ............ 330,000,000 pounds what is the difference between a
Fashioned RAMSEY & FENTON,
town. Inquire for particulars.
Clip Of 1893..................... ............ 364,000,000 pounds fruit and a vegetable?”
Attorneys for said Assignee.
ClipoflSSi..................... ............ 328,000,000 pounds
20 acres in cultivation; good house aud barn;
No. 20. 4 acres in Martin's add to McMinn
substantially the same query asked
pills, ‘'blue pills, ’’cal
plenty of living water; 1% miles to school; good ville; good barr. with good well and windmill;
Clip of 1895..................... ............ 264,000,000 pounds
omel or other mercu-
stock farm; Xx/> acres in fruit. Price $7.50 per 3 acres cleared, all fenced, good for garden.
Under protection the domestic
acre. Will trade for small tract near McMinn Price $750; half cash, balance on time.
M c M innville , pregón .
should not be used in
clip increased 64,000,000 pounds in change:
'OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
No. 21. Good large house and two lots near
these days of enlight
as sheriff of Yamhill county, state of Ore
In the botanical sense a fruit is the
No. 3. 2 acres in Cozine’s 3d add to McMinn depot. A desirable residence. Price$1400.
ened medical science, N gon,
three years. Under the threat and
by virtue of an execution and order of sale
good house and other out houses; % in
it is so easy to issued out of the circuit court of the state of Or ville;
No. 22. 160 acres with good bouse and barn;
Price $1300, half down, balance on time.
realization of democratic tariff tink-
get a purely vegetable egon, for the county of Yamhill, bearing date of
all fenced; 30 acres in cultivation; good springs
One of the Oldest and Best Equipped
house; one mile to school; 4 miles west of
ering it has decreased 100,000,000
certain judgment and decree rendered by said house; good barn ; 9 hydrants in house; hot and McMinnville. Price $1800; inquire for terms.
Colleges in the Northwest.
on the 15th day of April, A. D., 1895, in that cold water; good location. Price $1700, half
pounds in two years.
What do ly apples, pears, oranges, etc., but
in glass vials, at any court
suit therein pending wherein William Laughlin down, balance on time.
No. 23. 46 acres 3 miles north of McMinnville;
as guardian was plaintiff, and A. D. Runnels and
American sheep owners think of free
all in cultivation; good improvements; fruit of
cines are kept.
his wife I. M. Runnels were defendants, in which
No. 5 . 320 acres 6 miles north of Sheridan; 120 all kinds; plenty of good water. Price $2500; fur
Dr. Pierce was first it was ordered, adjudged and decreed by said acres
wool and its effect on their prosperi pumpkins, squashes, cucumbers and
in cultivation; 10 acres in hops; 2 good ther particulars on application.
OFFERS SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
introduce a Little Pill to the American court that said plaintiff William Laughlin, as barns and bouse; running spring water; fruit of
ty? And are they foolish enough to many other products are fruits. to
people. Many have imitated them, but none guardian, have and recover of and from said de all kinds. Price $16 per acre; half cash, balance
No. 24. 2 lots with good house and other im
fendants A. D. Runnels and I. M.. Runnels the on three years time at 8 per cent.
have approached his “ Pleasant Pellets ” in sum
provements south of Third street; good location.
support the party which injures Popular usage, however, gives the true
of Eight Hundred Fifty-Four and 66-100ths
worth, or value, for all laxative and dollars
them by their votes next year?
15th day of April. 1895, at the rate of ten per cent ville; good house. Price 8500. Payments easy.
good improvements; one mile to school. Price
that a fruit is generally understood
Surroundings, Efficient Teachers, and
per annum aud $50.00 attorneys’ fees, and the
further sum of $16.06 costs and disbursements,
No. 7. 40 acres 4 miles northwest of McMinn
to be the fleshy and juicy product of Once Used, they are Always in Favor. and
ordering the sale of the following described ville; 12 acres in cultivation; balance good tim
Sarah Belt of North Yamhill, the wid
No. 26. Good sawmill 11 miles from McMinn
real property, to-wit:
ber. Price $750; part cash, balance on time.
ow of an old soldier, has just been grant
a gentle, cleansing laxative, thereby remov That certain parcel of land particularly de
in the center of a fine body of fir and cedar tim
and bounded as follows: Beginning at the
No. 8. One lot on Fourth street, McMinnville. ber; 240 acres of timber land goes with mill; will
containing the seed, which is edible ing offending matter from the stomach and scribed
ed her first pension papers.
northeast corner of a certain tract of land deed Price $5C0. Center of town.
bowels, toning up and invigorating the liver ed
trade for other property; for price and other in
without cooking. In the culinary and quickening its tardy action, and you
formation inquire of the undersigned.
FALL TERM BEGINS, SEPTEMBER 17, 1895.
of November, 1875, said deed being recorded in
No. 9. 160 acres 6 miles west of Carlton; 65
Vol. O, page 575, records of deeds for Yam bill acres in cultivation; all fenced; plenty of running
Wells Cooper, Bert Pearson, Will sense a vegetable is any part of a distressing diseases, such as headaches, in county.
No. 27. 145 acres 4 miles from McMinnville;
Oregon, Dec. 17tb, 1875, said beginning water; 3 acres in bearing trees, good house and every
in fine state of cultivation: all fenced;
Sargent, Mat Redmond and Bert herbaceous plant commonly used as digestion, or dyspepsia, biliousness, pim point being the northeast corner of lot number barn; % mile to school. Price 812.50; payments lays in acre
Send for Catalogue.
a square; no waste land. Price $45 per
blotches, eruptions, boils, constipa one (1) in Runuels addition to the town of North made easy.
Clark left for hop fields near Indepen food when cooked, and may consist ples,
tion, piles, fistula and maladies too numer Yamhill, in Yamhill county, state of Oregon, and
Address: T. Q. BROWNSON, President.
running thence west two and 14-100tns (2.14)
No. 10. One-half block south of Third street,
dence yesterday. Lee Collard took them of the root, as is the beet; the stem, ous to mention.
No. 28. 108 acres 6 miles southwest of McMinn
thence south twenty-three and 2-100ths McMinnville; house with ten rooms; hot and ville;
If people would pay more attention to chains;
most all in cultivation; good improve
as is the asparagus; a tuber, as is properly regulating the action of their (2.14) chains; thence north twenty-three and cold water; good barn. Price $2500. Payments ments; fine young orchard. Price $45 per acre.
they would have less frequent 2-100ths (23.02) chains to the place of beginning, to suit purchaser.
the potato; the foliage, as is the cab bowels,
No. 29. 348 acres 7 miles from McMinnville;
to call for their doctor's ser containing five acres more or less.
No. 11. 2 lots with house and barn on Fourth 250 acres in cultivation; 1800 fruit trees; strong
While being hitched to his wood saw bage, or of that part which is botan- vices to subdue
Now therefore, by virtue of said judgment, writ street, McMinnville. Price $800 Terms easy.
attacks of dangerous dis
of water running to house and barn; %
of execution and order of sale, I will, on Satur
Monday morning, Mr. Frisbie’s team ically the fruit, as in the potato, pea, eases.
mile to school; farm in excellent condition. Price
day, the 2lst day of September. A. D. 1895, at the
acre; payments made easy
was frightened by the opening of the
of one o’olock p. m. of said day, at the court houses almost new. Price $1700, or one house and
bean, egg plant, pumpkin and squash. this purpose, Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets hour
house door in McMinnville, Yamhill county, Or 2 lots for $1000. Part cash, balance on time.
Some Have Arrived
More pollocuing Close
The Celebrated and Popular
BAIN and PACIFIC wagons,
Are the OLIVER CHILLED
Are the GARLAND and UNI
VERSALS, Cooks and Heaters.
• • • •
• • • •
C ity S tables ,
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
THE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
NEW FALL STOCK
CLOTHING and DRY GOODS
SHOES and HATS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishing Goods
Near to Market.
Crops Never Fail.
BEST IN THE WORLD.
W. L. WARREN,
THE GILMAN__ _
Real Estate Agent,
First-Class Family Hotel.
Grain, Fruit and Hop Lands
safety valve. They ran with the neck-
yoke attached to the off horse, until
When people are obliged to take med
they were stopped without damage in
icine they want that it shall give quick
front of Johnson’s blacksmith shop.
relief and not add discomfort to their
Capt Paul Webb, injured last 4th of Bufferings. Three reasons why people
July in the attempt to ride down a log who suffer with constipation and bilious
chute in a barrel at Couer d’Alene lake, ness should take Simmons Liver Regu
died at Spokan» on Angust 29th. Capt. lator : “It is better than pills, it does not
Stewart of this city, his father, was pres gripe; it gives quick relief, and does not
ent when he died, and returned home weaken but strengthens and refreshes
Monday, after burying his son at Spo the whole system.”—J. R. Hiland, Mon
are unequaled, is proven by the fact that
once used, they are always in favor. Their
secondary effect is to keep the bowels open
and regular, not to further constipate, as is
the case with other pills. Hence, their great
popularity, with sufferers from habitual
constipation, piles and indigestion.
They absolutely cure sick headache, bili
ousness, constipation, coated tongue, poor
appetite, dyspepsia and kindred derange
ments of the stomach, liver and bowels.
A free sample of the “Pellets," (4 to 7
doses) on trial, is mailed to any address,
post-paid, on receipt of name and address
on postal card.
Address for free sample, W orld ’ s D is
pensary M edical A ssociation , N o . 063
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y,
egon. sell at public auction, to the highest bidder
for cash in hand, the above described real prem
No. 13. 320 acres 7 miles west of McMinnville;
ises, to satisfy said execution, costs and accruing 36 acres in cultivation; 6-room house with cellar;
2 good barns; living water; most all fenced; school
Dated this the 20th day of August, A. D. 1895.
house on property. Price $4000.
W. G. HENDERSON,
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Oregon.
No- U- House and 2 lots, McMinnville. Price
$1000; good location.
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
Physieian and Surgeon,
ROOMS IN UNION BLOCK
M c M innville , O regon .
No. 15. 100 acres southwest of McMinnville;
well improved. Price $5000.
No. 30. Two corner lots, unimproved; good
No. 31. 400 acres 8 miles from McMinnville;
150 acres in cultivation; good »house and barn;
fruit in abundance; living water 1% miles from
school house; excellent stockifarm. Price $6000.
No. 32. 3 unimproved lots in McMinnville; good
location. Price $300.
No. 33. Good house and 2 lots in Oak Park.
Price 1,000. Payments easy.
No. 16 . 320 acres on Trask river, Tillamook
county, on toll road; 70 acres in cultivation; 22
No. 34. One acre on College side, all cleared
acres in meadow, good two-story house; good and fenced. Price 250.
bam; fruit of all kinds; running water; % mile
to school; 1% miles to postoffice. Price $2500.
No. 35. 100-acre well improved farm, 2W miles
Good dairy farm.
from McMinnville. Price 4,500, one-hair down,
balance on time at 8 per cent.
No. 17. 4 acres % mile south of McMinnville
BURNS & DANIE ü S
Have an immense stock of furniture. They
have to keep a big stock, because they have a large
territory to supply. Prices on everything in our
store are surprisingly cheap just now. If you
want proof of this, come in and price the goods.