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M’MINNVILLE. OREGON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1895.
THE nc’inSVII.I E
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
WoinaiPa Forward .Harch iu Art,
Religion, and Business Gen
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 PER YEAR-
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers five cents.
FROM THE COOTÏ PRESS.
Born, to the wife of E. N. Bran
son near Sheridan, Or., Oct. 7th,
Mrs. Louise C. Purington, M. D.,
1895, a son—weight 9J pounds.
made the following compilation
W. H. Staite, the newspaper bilk
Paid up Capital, $50,000
of “The Progress of Women iu 1895,”
was to set Yamhill in a blaze of
Transacts a General Banking Business.
in cooperation with Miss Frances E.
glory with a free subscription news
paper to be published at McMinnville,
Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Eastman occu
- J. W CO WEB.
came to Sheridan from Woods re
Vice President, - I,Eh LA UGHL1N.
py the pulpit of Park Street Church,
for Infants and Children
cently and hired a horse from Bew
E. C. A PPERBON
Almira, N. Y. They share the par Mrs. H. W. R. Story is known as GENERAL SCHOFIELD’S ORDEAL. ley’s to go to McMinnville. He left
Asst. Cashier - - -
W. 8. LINK
ishwork and in turn preach sermons. “the woman fruit grower of southern
The Most Trying Episode of
the horse in a livery stable and
HIRTY year»’ ob»ervation of Ca»toria with th» patronage of
Board of Directors:
Rev. Thos. Dixon's new “Church of California.” She has one of the
That Gallant Officer's
without paying his bills.
J. W. COWLS,
miHion» of per»on», permit n» to »peak of It without gawil«g.
the People” in New York has a board largest walnut groves in the world,
A. J. APPERSON,
egg and will come to
1. L ROGERS.
It ia unquestionably the be»t remedy for Infanta and Children
of deacons, half of whom are women. 160 acres of trees in full bearing,
The newspaper comments on the ( grief yet.
Dr. Jennie M. Taylor has gone to besides other kinds of nuts and fruits. retirement of Lieutenant General
Bell Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Trans
Reader, did you ever take S immons
Africa. The first dental missionary
fers on New York, San Francisco and Portland.
The steamer Natchez, which runs John. M. Schofield remind the Chron
L iver R egulator , the “K ing of
give» them health. It will ,ave their live». Tn it Mother» have
Deposits received subject to check. Loans mon
ey on approved security. Collections made on
between New Orleans and Vicksburg, icler of General Schofield’s gallant be
O. F. Coulter and family have L iver M edicines ?” Every body needs
something which J» ab»olntely safe and practically perfept ae a
all accessible points.
Dr. Hee King Eng is the first Chi is officered by women. The captain havior during what was probably, to , moved to the Wayne Hembree place take a liver remedy. It is a sluggish or
diseased liver that impairs digestion
nese woman graduate of an American is Mrs. Tom Leathers.
and causes constipation, when tbe waste
General Schofield, the most trying near
that should be carried off remains in
Ca»toria destroy» Worsts.
college to practice in China, and the
Women postmen have been ap episode of that distinguished officer’s
A. W. Baxter is cleaning up the the body and poisons the whole system.
Manufactures and Deals in
second woman graduate of her race pointed at Aux-la-Chapelle in place military career.
Caatoria allay» Feveriahae»».
hop yards in faith that prices will That dull, heavy feeling is due to a
to take au occidental medical degree. of men.
Castoria prevent» vomiting Soar Card.
It was on a beautiful June evening, reach 8 cents per pound. He picked torpid liver. Biliousness, Headache,
Malaria and Indigestion are all liver
An Arickaree Indian, Miss Dawson,
A new woman’s club is to be some years ago, that a dignified, not the crop abandoned by Walter Har diseases.
Castoria ear»» Di a rr h<B a and Wind Colic*
Keep the liver active by an
a graduate of Hampton University, opened in Paris under the presidency to say pompous, elderly gentleman, rison and is now picking L. D. Mul- occasional dose of Simmons Liver Reg
Caatoria relieve» Teething Trouble».
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
ulator and you’ll get rid of these trou
has been appointed field matron at of the queen of Romania. No book wearing the full, ceremonial uniform key's crop.
Brushes and sells them cheaper than
Caatoria care« Constipation and Flatulency.
bles, and give tone to the whole sys
they can l>e bought any where else in
Mrs. L. A. Watt took her depar- tem. For a laxative Simmons Liver
Caatoria neutralises the effects of carbonio acid ga» or poisonous air.
the auspices of the American Mis by him, is to have a place:
States army, might have been seen ture for Forest Grove Saturday, Regulator is better than P ills . It
tbe Willamette Valley. Our all home
does not gripe, nor weaken, but greatly
Caatoria doe» not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
The king of Siam has a body guard descending the front steps of the com with all their household effects, there refreshes
made sets of harness are pronounced
Mrs. Anna R. Woodbey of Omaha, of 400 warriors selected from the mandant’s quarters at West Point. to reside in the future. Mrs. Watt
Ca»toria_ assimilate» the food, regulate« the »tomach aad bowels,
unsurpassable by those who buy them
Every package has the Red Z
a colored woman of fine oratorial strongest and handsomest women of
This was Major General John M. entertains hopes of regaining her stamp on the wrapper. J. 11.
giving healthy and natural sleep.
then at the head of this home here in the event of a sale of Zeilin & Co., Philadelphia.
Caatoria i» pnt np inone-sise bottle» only. It ia not »old in,hulk.
late Nebraska prohibition party con pondence to the New York Mercury.
minute but important military de the property.
Don’t allow any one to sell yon anything elae on the plea or promt»»
vention, and was nominated for the
CORN AND DAIRY
partment of tbe United States. Fol J. W. Thomas, a brother-in-law of
that it ia“ jn«t as good” and “ will anawer »very purpoa^."
office of regent of the state university.
Acts at once, never fails, One Minute lowing him came, two and two, a
J. W. Elson, arrived in Amity with Two Short Chapters trout the Col«
The first bill introduced by a wo Cough Cure. A remedy for asthma, and number of distinguished-looking men his family on September 16th from
See that you Ret C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
man member of the Colorado legisla that feverish condition which accom of civil dress. These were the mem Red Willow county, Nebraska, where
acre cornfield on the
George Kutch, Prop.
ture, to raise the age of protection panies a severe cold. The only harmless bers of the board of visitors and high they abandoned 400 acres of land. college farm has been stripped of its
signature of '
for girls to 21 years, was passed.
officials of the government, come to They were in the heart of the drouthy crop. The twenty acres yielded 89
Mrs. Caridad Aguero de Richards,
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
inspect the government’s great mili portion and received portions of the tons and eight hundred weight of
widow of a prominent Cuban physi
tary school. Out on the plain the supplies sent from Amity which were ensilage, or enough to feed the 30 to
Cut Oive Me a Call.
“That Remind* Xie.”
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castorla
cian, bought the first gun used in
If you were to discover Dr. four companies of the corps of cadets were telling recommendations to 35 head of cattle on the farm until
Baths are new and first-class in every re
Cuban warfare, and carried the cart Chauncey M. Depew scaling the Py- were forming in line. The west drive them.
aped. Ladles' Baths and shampooing a special
next April,a period of full six months.
ty. Employ none but first-class men. Don’t
ridges to Camaguey.
renees—he was doing it recently, by was crowded with*earriages, and
Ordinary animals eat 30 pounds
forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
Mrs. Plumtre, an English woman, the way—your appearance.would re everywhere were throngs of people,
of ensilage per day, but very large
has finished a dictionary for the mind him of a little story.
from Craney’s andCozzens’, from gar George Christenson, who it will cow brutes require fifty to sixty
blind in Braille. It has been a great
So the other night, when twenty re risons across the river, from every be remembered was arrested a few pounds. It is believed that the corn
undertaking, and has occupied her porters, who had reached the steamer hotel and country house within driv weeks ago by Marshal Macy for steal from this twenty acres of land will
nearly two and a half years. It will Paris off quarantine in twenty differ ing distance, come to witness one of ing a horse and buggy in Polk county, go farther in feeding cattle than the
make fifteen or sixteen large vol ent ways, confronted the returning the great ceremonies of West Point’s has been committed to the insane best200 acre pasture in Oregon. The
traveler, it reminded him of an occa gala week, the graduating parade asylum by the county judge of Polk corn in this field was of the Dent
Mrs. Hannah Korany, a Syrian, is sion when he was traveling in the and review of the corps. General county.
variety, and made an average of eight
probably the first Oriental woman west.
Schofield, the reviewing officer, was
H. H Welch moved here from feet in height, and every stalk had
J. M. YOCOm, Prop.
who has printed a book in her own
“I was approachiug Duluth,” he the hero of the occasion, the cynosure Bay City, Tillamook county with his from one to two ears. In a short
(Successor to OATES di HENRY)
language. At 18 years of age she said, “and happened to pick up a pa of all eyes, and, as he strode down family last week and is occupying time the field will be sown to wheat,
began her career as a writer; her per printed in that town. Itcontained the commandant’s front walk to the the Jo Woods property in Hobson’s and Prof. French declares that the
E Street, north of Third. Everything New and
First class Conveyance of Commercial Travel
husband afterwards took her to an editorial warning the inhabitants commandant’s front gate, followed. addition. Mr. Welch has also rented cultivation of the corn has left the
era a specialty. Board and stabling by the day or
America to study, and she is now, at of my approach. The editor said I by his distinguished guests, it was ev the Mrs. Lamb building adjoining soil in such fine condition that next
month. We solicit a fair share of the local pat
25, a writer of established reputa was the most unmitigated nuisance ident from his bearing that he was the Star Bakery where he has opened season it will produce a better crop
a barber shop.
at large, that I contrived to get my fully aware of these facts.
of wheat than if it had been summer
Mrs. Austa Densmore Sturdevant self interviewed by use of violence,
J. 9. CAIBBKATH.
I. I. 30UCHÏR
Now, at the curb, immediately op
fallowed this year.
of New York city received honorable or strategy, or bribery, or anything posite the commandant's front gate,
The authorities in charge of the
Calbreath &. Goucher.
mention for her picture in the Paris else; that, in fact, the only relief for Mrs. John Bigelow had drawn up her
B. C. Miles and John Hodson have dairy out at the college are endeavor
Salon for this year—a high distinc a Depew-ridden communitj’ lay in a pony trap, which she had driven down sold their apples for 25 cents per box
PHYHI0IAN8 AND 8URGEON8.
ing to arrange with farmers residing
tion few foreigners receive. In the combination of newspapers looking to alone and unattended, from her sum on the trees.
M u M inntiil «
They estimate the along Oak Creek, for a supply of
last fifty years forty-seven such my suppression.
mer home at Highland Falls. As crop at from 800 to 1000 bushels.
(Office over Braly’s bank.)
about 250 pounds of fresh milk daily,
mentions have been given to Ameri “The plan, he said, was to drop me, soon as she caught sight of the general
Mr. W. E. Howard of McMinnville to be used in the manufacture of
cans, eight of which were to women. omit my name on all occasions, and, at the head of his procession she at purchased Capt. Elliott’s building and butter. It is the intention to use
Mrs. Sturdevaut began the study of indeed, refuse to recognize me. Then once hailed him with the cheerful un lot on Main street last Friday, and
about 500 pounds of milk daily, as
painting at the age of 34, when her he said I would perforce drop into the conventionality for which she was thinks of making his home in New soon as the dairy goes in to operation,
girls were old enough to go to school. obscurity where I belonged
famous: “Oh, General, howdy do?” berg. Mr Elliott left yesterday for and the total supply from the cows
Mis9 Fannie Elkins of New York
“As we neared Duluth a young The general ceremoniously removed some point iu the south.
on the college farm will aggregate
follows a unique line of art which man entered my car, bustled down his chapeau and all the members of
only about 250 pounds, For milk
Offers a choice list, embraciug some of the finest
won her a World’s fair medal and the aisle, nodded to me, and said in a the board of visitors and high officials,
that tests well, about 12J cents per
B. E. COULTER, Prop.
diploma, “awarded for accuracy, de most business-like way; ‘Good morn as etiquette demanded, also gravely
J. Bloodsworth has been on the gallon will be paid. The butter
tail and beauty. ” Miss Elkins makes
ing, Mr. Depew.’ 1 returned the bowed. Our ex-Ministress to France sick list for several weeks.
product will be U9ed at Cauthorn
anatomical drawings for physicians
Goods of all descriptions moved and
Mrs. R S. Goodrich is seriously hall and will be sold to the manage
greeting and he said at once: ‘Now acknowledged the situation with a
and surgeons, who require such in I want a column and a half of good nod and without pause went on in the ill.
cnraful handling guaranteed. Collections
ment at a price only enough in ad
will be made monthly. Hauling of all
delivering lectures or in illustrating stuff, and I want it in a hurry.’
most matter-of-fact way in the world,
Nathan Bradley, sr., has pur vance of the cost to pay the expense
kinds done cheap.
n the County. Read the following List of Special Bargains medical books.
“ ‘What paper do you represent?’ “Oh, General, I want to go over and chased the Arza Fenton place at of operating the dairy, which expense
Among new departures may be I asked. “ ‘Theone you have in your ■ see Mrs. Blank for a minute, and Webfoot.
will be chiefly the amount paid to stu
noted a superintendent of weddings;
hand,’ he said. “ ‘How about the . this wretched little pony is so rest A. L. Armstrong and family have dents for their services in making
the first undertaker at Chicago; an editorial?’ I asked, holding it up.
less. Would you mind holding his moved on a farm near Amity.
butter.— Corvallii Time».
No 1. 7*4 acre« in Fairlawn add to McMinn depot. A desirable residence. PricefUOU.
auctioneer in London; a room clerk
ville; good house and barn; living water; set in
C. W. Simler started for his old
“ ‘Oh, hang the editors,’ he replied, head for ine? Thank you, so much.”
No. 22. 160 acres with good bouse and barn;
fruit and berries; good for garden. $1200—terms
all fenced; 30 acres in cultivation; good springs at a large hotel, Colorado Springs;
‘they dont know anything. The re The general flushed and hesitated, home in Missouri on Monday, He Say, why don’t you try De Witt’s Little
above bouse; one mile to school; 4 miles west of
many census enumerators, ten in
No. 2. 120 acres, 13 miles west of McMinnville; McMinnville. Price $1800, inquire for terms.
make the newspapers in but how could he refuse? He ginger has not been there since leaving it Early Risers? These little pills cure
20 acres in cultivation; good house and barn;
No. 23. 46 acres 8 mile9 north of McMinnville; Boston alone; a stable foreman; a Duluth.’
ly seized the restless pony’s rein with over 20 years ago, and he expects to headache, indigestion and constipation.
plenty of living water; 1)4 miles to school; good
stock farm; 1)4 acres in iruit. Price $7 50 per all in cultivation; good improvements; ’fruit of professional marketer; a blacksmith;
They’re small, but do the work. Rogers
immaculately gloved hand, and remain.
acre. Will trade for small tract near McMinn all kinds; plenty of good water. Price $2500; fur
ther particulars on application.
a hurry,”JDr. Depew concluded.— New instantly out jumped Mrs. Bigelow
J. L. Rush has moved from the Bros.
No. 24. 2 lots with good house and other im
Iu New York city sixteen women York Herald.
No. 3. 2 acres in Cozine’s 3d add to McMinn
and away she went, leaving Major Hatfield place to the Cone farm at
ville; good bouse and other out bouses; *4 in provements south of Third street , good location.
A remarkable company will as
make a living by designing new styles
trult. Price $1300, half down, balance on time.
Jobn|M. Schofield, the board the McMinnville crossing of the rail semble Nov. 6 at a quiet home iu
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
No. 25. 40 acres 7 miles west of McMinnville;
one mile to school. Price of hats.
114 acres in McMinnville; 7-roorn good
of visitors, and the high officials of road, farmed by J. I. Webster last
house; good barn. 9 bydrants in bouse; hot and $1200.
Norris Humphrey completed the 1 the government “plantes-la.” The year, and who lately moved to the Roxbury, Mass. The occasion will
CHOICEST IN THE MARKET.
In Japan many women achieve
cold water; good location. Price $1700, half
No.'26. Good sawmill 11 miles from McMinn
down, balance on time.
work of drying prunes on his 35 acre double line of cabinet officers, Sena Cook place near Lafayette. A Mr. be the seventy-fourth anniversary of
ville; cutting capacity 10,000 ft per day; located financial independence by amusing
South side Third St. between B and C.
orchard Wednesday evening, says tors, Congressmen, and Governors of Young from Washington has rented the marriage of the estimable beads
No. 5. 320 acres 6 miles north of Sheridan; 120 in the center of a tine body of fir and cedar tim other women.
acres in cultivation; 10 acres in hops; 2 good ber; 240 acres of timber land goes with mill; will
In Chicago a woman has opened a the Eugene Guard. The orchard con States, halted, tbe ceremonies wait and moved to the Hatfield farm. • of that home, Mr. and Mrs. William
barus and house; running spring water; fruit of trade for other property; for price and other In
Wbeu In Tillamooktbe Place to Stop lithe all kinds. Price $16 per acre; half cash, balance formation Inquire of the undersigned.
G. Moseley. Seventy-four years is a
shoe dressing and boot blacking par sists of 28 acres of seven year old ed, the crowd started and giggled,
on three years time at 8 per cent.
Last Friday while drawing a load long time for a married couple to
No. 27. 145 acres 4 miles from McMinnville;
No. 6. One acre in Cosine’s 3d add to McMinn every acre in fine state of cultivation; all fenced; lor. One hundred or more women trees and seven acres of six year olds. while tbe central figure of the occa of poles F. R. Smith had his right
lays In a square; no waste land. Price $46 per
ville; good house. Price $500. Payments easy.
are in barber shops in Chicago alone. Off of this orchard he has harvested sion, Major General John M. Schofield arm broken. When driving across live together without getting a di
acre: payments made easy.
RATES SI TO S3 PER DAV
No. 7. 40 acres 4 miles northwest of McMinn
120,000 lbs. of dried fruit,and shipped stood holding Mrs. Bigelow’s pony. the cross walk near Dr. Smith’s resi vorce, but Mr. and Mrs. Moseley
No. 28. 108 acres 6 miles southwest of McMinn They are sought for their steady
ville; 12 acres in cultivation; balance good tim
have been able to manage it beauti
ville; most all in cultivation; good improve nerves and light touch, unimpaired 84,000 lbs. of green fruit. For the
ber. Price $750; part cash, balance on time.
The situation didn’t last more than a dence one of the poles—a large one- fully. They have a daughter who
Th» bouse is new and firstclaw Stage office»
ments; tine young orchard. Price $45 per acre.
and free sample rooms in connection.
greeu product he received $840 and minute, but the Chronicler suspects rolled off the wagon. Mr. Smith fell
No. 8. One lot on Fourth street, McMinnville.
by nicotine or liquor.
No. 29. 348 acres 7 miles from McMinnville;
Price $5C0. Center of town.
has been married 56 years and a
M. H. Larsen, Prop.,
250 acres in cultivation; 1800 fruit trees; strong
In Philadelphia women are running estimating the dried fruit at 5 cents that it was the longest minute of to the ground with the log, which
No. 9. 160 acres 6 miles west ot Carlton; 65 spring of water running to bouse and barn; J4
acres in cultivation; all fenced; plenty of running mile to school; farm in excellent condition. Price the elevators in large public build per pound he will receive $6,000 for General Schofield’s life, but he bore rolled on to him breaking his arm.
water; 3 acres in bearing trees; good house ana $35 per acre; payments made easy.
it, making a total of $6,840. His cul himself with unimpaired dignity
barn; )4 mile to school. Price $12.50; payments
Moseley is 97 years old and bis
No. 30. Two corner lots, unimproved; good
Mrs. Henry D. Cram, a Boston
through it all, and, when an orderly
There are a good many reasons why
No. 10. One-half block south of Third street.
not amount to over $1,800, which will came hurriedly up to relieve him, he you should use One Minute Cough Cure. wife not quite 95.
The following general forms ar» always in stock
McMinnville; house with ten rooms; hot and
and for sale at the Reporter office :
cold water; good barn. Price $2500. Payments 150 acres in cultivation; good chouse and barn; ments to furnish for the Paris expo leave him over $5,000 profit.
quietly handed over his charge to There are no reasons why you should The healing properties of De Witt’s
fruit in abundance; living water 1)4 miles from
to suit purchaser.
Real Estate Mortgage
school house; excellent stock »farm. Price $6000. sition of 1900 the derricks and para
the shocked soldier and resumed his not, if in need of help. The only harm Witch Hazel Salve are well known. It
No 11. 2 lots with bouse and barn on Fourth
Satisfaction of Mort.
Bond for Deed
Nothing so distressing as a hacking
No. 32. 3 unimproved lots in McMinnville: good phernalia to be used in the erection
street, McMluuvllle. Price $800. Terms easy.
Transfer of Mortgage
to the station in front of bis less remedy that produces immediate cures eczema, skin affections and is sim
location. Price $300.
Notes and Receipts. Bill of Sale
of all the buildings, which will be cough. Nothing so foolish as to suffer battalion. No one could have guessed results. Rogers Bros.
ply a perfect remedy for piles. Rogers
We carry a large stock of stationery and are
No. 33. Good house and 2 lots in Oak Park. made entirely of stone. Mrs. Cram from it. Nothing so dangerous if allowed
almost new Price $1700, or one house and
prepared to do Job printing of every sort in the 2 houses
Price 1,000. Payments easy.
lots for $1000. Part cash, balance on time.
to continue. One Minute Cough Cure from his manner that anything
Met style of tbe art and at low figures.
No. IS. 320 acres 7 miles west ol McMinnville:
gives immediate relief. Rogers Bros.
35 acres in cultivation; 6-room bouse with cellar. and tenced. Price 250.
of placing tbe seventy-five derricks.
pened or that Mrs. Bigelow had been ever recorded was that by which the Do you know, if you want to go east
2 good barns; living water; most all fenced school
No. 35. 100-acre well improved form, 2), miles
Patents to the number of 5250
commander of all the Spanish naval and desire Pullman Tourist Sleeper, that
house on property. Price $4000.
Mary Halter, of Tigardville, has thoughtless or inconsiderate.
from McMinnville. Price 4,500, one-half down,
have been issued to women in the commenced an action for damages
No. 14. House and 2 lots, McMinnville. Price balance on time at 8 per cent.
Parenthetically it may be remarked forces in Cuba and 45 officers and crew you will be detained from 12 to 16 hour*
$1000; good location.
So far only one against her former lover, John H. that probably Mrs. Bigelow had of the cruiser Barcastegui lost their unless you take the Northern Pacific?
No. 35. 2 lots with good bouse and bam, and United States.
Remember that the Northern Pacific is
No. 15. 100 acres southwest of McMinnville, chicken park good..well: good location. Price colored woman has applied for and
Brook, of the same place. Mary says not been either thoughtless or incon lives in the nighttime off the coast of the only line running Pullman Tourist
well improved. Price $5000.
obtained a patent—Miss Miriam Ben John asked her to be his wife, and siderate. With all her brusqueries the Cuban port of Barcastegui. In
M c M innville , ore .
No. 37. 80 acres unimproved. 7 miles west of
No. 10. 320 acres on Trask river, Tillamook
Sleepers through to the east without
countv, on toll road; 7Q acres in cultivation; -- North Yamhill; good spring, 14 acres cleared, 1-4 jamin, a teacher in the public schools she consented, they agreeing to she was a most polished woman of the darkness the merchant steamer delay. Time and money saved by this
acres In meadow, good two-story house good mile to school, short distance to postofflee. Price
It is a gong and have the ceremony said some time the best world when she chose to be, Mortera was approaching the port. route. For full information, time cards,
barn; fruit of all kinds running water: h®»« $250 cash, or $350,150 down, balance 18 months of Washington.
I have permanently located here, and to school; 1)4 miles to postofiice. Price $2e00. at 8 per cent.
but she hopes this fall, to-wit: about September 1st. but she had a keen sense of fun and Her captain saw the cruiser’s green maps, etc., call on or address,
invite tbe attention of the public to my Good dairy farm.
No. 38. 60 acres at Scholls, in Washington Co.;
C. H. F leming , Agent,
methods of Dental Treatment and Surg No. 17. 4 acres )4 mile south of McMinnville 14 miles from Portland, 15 acres In cultivation, to get it adopted in the United States Now, John neglects and refuses to an inborn hatred of anything like light and signaled accordingly. The
balance in pasture, good 7-room house, barn and house of representatives.
ery. I make a specialty of regulating on county road. Price $750. Will take good span other
cruiser whistled back twice, and all
of horses for part pay.
teeth. Examinations solicited.
four fields, blacksmith shop on place, good busi
Miss Hands and Miss Grannon, him all the time; she has spent mon confessed that there was just a touch seemed correct. Then suddenly all
point, 1-4 mile to P. O. and store, X mile to
No. 18. Good livery business for sale in a live ness
Threshers in the Mayville wheat
school, grist and sawmill close by, young orchard health inspectors in New York city, ey on wedding clothes. The public of “fuss and feathers” about Gener was darkness, and the cruiser was
OER ELI BBI5G LIST.
town. Inquire for particulars.
and good water Price $3000, S cash, balance to
in Gilliam county, ran only two
have solved the problem of sanitary know of his lack of faithfulness, al Schofield’s “grand entree” on this seen no more till tbe Mortera struck
No. 20. 4 acres in Martin’s add to McMinn suit purchaser at 8 per cent.
this year, and 70 days last
ville; good barn with good well and windmill;
wherefore she asks for judgment in occasion, and it is more than possible her and sank her. The electric signal
We have special arrangements with 3 acres cleared, all fenced, good for garden. No 39 2 lots with good house and bam. In
good location. Price 800, K cash, balance on one erect a woman’s hotel, with model
This has not discouraged the
the sum of $10,000. John is a poor that Mrs. Bigelow did what she did lights on the cruiser went out because
the following leading publications,
or two years' time.
and in the south half of the
plumbing and ventilation.
whereby we are able to offer them in No. 21. Good large bouse and two lots near
man, and if Mary gets judgment for very much “on purpose.” However it was necessary to stop the engines
One of the most successful dealers that sum he will be financially ruined. that may be, General Schofield bore in order to save the life of a common county four-fifths of all the plowed
connection with our own at exceedingly
ground will be in grain next year,
low rates, as follows: The R eporter
la mines and real estate in the —Hillsboro Independent.
himself perfectly under exceedingly sailor who had got caught in the dy
world is Mrs. H. C. Cosgrove of Jop
namo. From this stopping of the en three-quarters of that amount being
W eekly Inter Ocean.................■■...................... 41.85
It’s just as easy to try One Minute trying circumstances. He probably
St Louis Globe-Democrat, semi-weekly..... — 1.75
felt very much more uncomfortable gines came all the disaster. Certain
company of women, officered by wo Cough Cure as anything else. It’s easier during the few seconds he stood ly it is not safe to leave the signal
•Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25
It is a truth in medicine that tbe
men, its stock held by women, and to cure a severe cough or cold with it.
New York Tribune, weekly...... .................. „• 1.25
lights of a steam vessel dependent smallest dose that performs a cure is the
one of its valuable mines called “The Let your next purchase for a cough be holding that pony, with the eyes of
•The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
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New Woman.” One woman receives One Minute Cough Cure. Better medi the world upon him, than he ever wholly on the working of an engine. best. De Witt’s Little Early Risers are
the most practical and useful publication
1 $900 a week in royalties from mines cine ; better results; bettertry it. Rogers felt under fire.— Rochetter Democrat Electric signal lights are not reliable the smallest pills, will perform a cure,
on tbe coast for farmers, dairymen and
superintended by herself.
under such circumstances.
and are the best. Rogers Bros.
Near to Market
Crops Never Fail
BEST IN THE WORLD.
Truck and Dray Go.
W. L. WARREN,
Real Estate Agent,
Grain, Fruit and Hop Lands
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Dr. Leroy Lewis
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR