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Wright, the dentist, McMinnville.
REPORTER ADVERTISERS AND PATRONS
F. Dielschneider, boots and shoes.
Application of W. P. Thomas and
annual account approved.
ÇALBREATH & GOUCHER,
O. O. HODSON.
Wright, (lie dentist, McMinnville.
I have several desirable houses for
others for road survey. Ordered that
Estate of J. B. Smith. Final account
W. L. W arren .
There is probably no name or business filed and Saturday. Dec. 7th. at 1 p. m. supervisor open said road between the
Buy your school books at The Novelty. , rent.
10th and 20th of January, 1896.
Wanted—A girl to do housework. In ; firm in Yamhill county more familiar to set to hear the same
Rev. Hiram Gould of Halsey was in
Petition of A. S. Bible et al for county
the city on business Tuesday.
Estate of Thos. Roberts. Third semi
I. N. Branson. Sam Buel and S.
(Office over Braly’s Bank.
Charley McKinney is building a new
Mrs. Mary A. Rogers has gone to
annual account approved.
| Hodson. His ad. has appeared in every
stable on bis premises.
Estate of Robert Atkinson. Petition C. Pearson appointed viewers to meet
O regon . Missouri to spend the winter.
issue of the R eporter under its present to remove Joseph M. Atkinson, adminis with surveyor at Willamina Nov. 20th,
W. H. Kuns sells more peanuts than
Mr. Grissen is making timely prepa
management, extending over a period of trator, filed, and Dec. 3d, at 10 a. m. set i at 10 a. m.
y^RTHl R J. VIAL, fl. D.
ration for the holiday trade.
I nearly six years. He believes with the to hear same.
N E. Kegg is erecting a good-sized
M II. Logan is moving into his new ■ vast majority of successful business men, |
$ 36 00
house this week, at the foot of G street. i that judicious newspaper advertising is
semi-annual account approved.
W A Henderson, bridge work
F. Dielschneider’s footwear gives satis
Nice ripe delicious bananas now suc profitable. Aside from the question of
Estate of R. R. Laughlin. Ordered J A Hurst,
faction because be devotes his time to ceed the watermelons at Will Kuns’.
direct profit, he belongs to the public- that the inventory be approved as of Ged Gates,
Roon» in Union Block.
that alone and knows his business.
September term, 1894. Final account to Milton Chapin,
M c M innville
O regon .
Miss Maud Grover of Brownsville is North Yamhiller, wa9 in to see us Wed value of the local press and the obliga-1 be approved upon the filing of the proof i John Purcell,
visiting her sister Bell, who is a student nesday.
tion to its support as legitimate as some of the publication of the time set to hear Thos Stumpet al,
at the college.
Ward Wisecarver has entered upon a others do the payment of taxes or the 1 said account.
Estate of R. L. Stow. First and second A N Denny,
QR. J. H. NELSON,
School supplies in abundance and at clerkship in Chas. Griesen’s book and preacher. There are business men in
low prices at The Novelty.
Surgical and Mechanical
stand in the same relation to local insti
Estate of Stow and Brower, R. L.! Brown & Criger,
Rev. C. C. Sperry and wife of Browns
The postoffice at Sodaville was robbed
tutions, and the greater the number of Stow, deceased. Petition to sell real Fred N Nelson,
of $100 Monday night by blowing open
ville were in McMinnville Tuesday.
property set for hearing Dec. 3d at 1 p. tn. I Billy Wilson,
the safe. No clue to the robber.
Office same floor as Reporter Office.
Citation to issue to heirs at law of R. L. Fred Kauffman,
Office hours from 8 to 12 M . and from 1 to5P. M. bakery.
A full attendance of teachers of Yam
Joseph Heronoruns, 11
Resilience foot of A 3treet.
Jarrett Todd of North Yamlull was in hill county is requested at the coming
Estate of John Merritt. Petition to Jerry Kays,
the city Tuesday. He is making arrange
sell real property filed and allowed. Ad J J Henderson, orders for bridge
ments to engage in farming on Dayton 16th inst.
ministrator ordered to sell said real prop-
The scarlet fever in mild form has in
! erty at private sale without notice and C T Long, bridge work.............. 200 00
yy T. VINTON,
for cash in hand, and in case that cannot Austin & Wilsey, nails ..............
Grain warehouse for sale, or will trade vaded the homes of Dr. Goucher, F. W.
lie done, said administrator is ordered to J E Magers, judge’s salary and
for a farm. For particulars inquire of Fenton and W. J. Strong, The patients,
all children, are believed to be on the
sell the same at public auction upon
monej’ paid................................ 70 65
W. L. W arren .
Notary Public, and
three weeks notice in three public places W T Vinton, (list atty fee State vs
Mrs. A. E. Barker will speak in
Wallace & Walker the grocers have
in the precinct. Land to be sold for cash.
Deputy District Attorney.
Wright’s hall, Sunday afternoon, at 2:30.
Potter, rebate on assessment
Office in McMinnville National Bank Building. Subject, “The portentions to-day.” Ail
their delivery wagon by Wright the har
proved. W. A. Howe, J. C. Hendricks J W Briedwel). mdse for indigent 16 00
are cordiallj- invited.
ness man. A highly convenient feature
and J. B. Fryer appointed appraisers.
R M Lancefield, redemption of
All styles of toes and shapes in rubbers
is the operation of the side curtains by
Estate of James McCaskey. Petition
tax cert....................................... 12 20
at F. Dielschneider’s.
to allow widow $75 for her support al W G Henderson, sheriff fee State
yy L. WARREN,
Rev. J. A. Campliell of the Christian
vs Johnson................................ 57 80
Slates, pencils, tablets, inks, rulers
church expects to begin a series of re and paper for school pupils at The Nov them the more pronounced the thrift and
Estate of Comfort V. Remington. B F Rhodes, justice fee in same . 3 55
vival meetings about December first.
W T Vinton, atty fee in same.
elty. The place to buy to save money. prosperity. Liberal, public-spirited and First semi-annual account appoved.
M anted—By W. L. Warren, real estate
Estate of Hans Jensen. First semi-an J J Henderson, comr salary and
Elsia Wright's offer of one year’s rent enterprising in one direction, they are
Farms and City property for sale or rent. You agent,to list real estate for sale or houses
apt to be so in others. Hence, it has nual accouut approved.
money paid................................ 77 00
had better come and see me it von wish to buy or and farms for rent. A number of good free of his building at the corner of Third
Estate of John Flett. Sarah Flett ap Amos Nelson, same............. ... 27 00
Bell real estate. Office in W right'-; new block.
and F streets toany manufacturingestab come to be an accepted truth the world pointed
administratrix. Bonds fixed at W T Vinton, dist atty fee State
farms desired. Office in Wright block.
over, that the advertising columns of the
lishment that gives promise of being a
Reuben Thompson, of this city, now future success, still stands. It is a
Guardianship of Grover Adelia Hagev.
attending McMinnville college, and Ed wonder this offer is not accepted speedily. the progress and life of a town.
E. G. llagev appointed guardian. Bonds W T Vinton, dist atty fee State vs
Mr. Hodson ranks among the oldest fixed at $325.
Schenk of McMinnville, are in Albany to
The special sale of organs and pianos established as well as leading business
spend Sunday with trends.—Albany Her continues during this month; now is
Proprietor of the
men of McMinnville, having embarked When Chill Mi.t. of the Morning
your chance to get a first-class instrument in the hardware trade as early as 1381. Hang like a pall over the surface of the
Mrs. W. B. Meek, who resides at
The new invoice of saddles and robes away down, at
C. G rissen ’ b .
earth, it w ill be well for you before ven Camptonville, Cal., says her daughter
just received by Elsia Wright should be
It is a truth in medicine that the descended from sturdy Quaker stock and turing into the raw vaporous air, charged, was for several years troubled at times
perhaps, with the seeds of malaria or pro
For a clean shave or fashionable bair cut give inspected by those wanting something smallest dose that performs a cure is the reared in the city of Muncie, where he
vocative of rheumatic twinges, to take a with severe cramps in the stomach, and
me a call. Baths are new and first-class in every at reasonable figures.
best. De Witt’s Little Early Risers are learned the tinsmithing trade with his wiueglassful of Hostetter’s Stomach Bit would be in such agony that it was neces
respect. Ladies' Laths and shampooing a
specialty. Employ none but first-class men.
The city council of Newberg is receiv the smallest pills, will perform a cure, father. In 1878 he came to Oregon, ters, and thus shield yourself from at
-Don't forgot the place. Three doors west of
mospheric influences threatening to sary to call in a physician. Having read
ing bids for the purchase of $15,005 city and are the best. Rogers Bros.
working at his trade in Salem for a time. health. If you hapjien to get snowed, about Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and
bonds, for water works, in denominations
A gentleman named Smith of Hillsboro His father, A. H. Hodson, had in the sleeted or rained upon, UBe the same pre Diarrhoea Remedy, she concluded to try
of $550, bearing 5 per cent interest and is preparing to put in a bazar of notions mean time opened a hardware store ventive, and avoid the rheumatism or a
it. She found that it always gave
running 20 years.
in the room in the Union block adjoining here, and in February, 1880, O. O. re dangerous cold. The agreeable warmth prompt relief. It was seldom necessary
Arch Peer)' returned from a week’s R. Jacobson’s store on the east. A por moved to McMinnville. The following stomachic, its invigorating and regulat to give the second dose. “It has not only
hunt in the Cascades last Saturday. He tion of the room will be occupied by Mrs. year he became a partner and in 1888 ing properties commend it to all appre saved us lots of worry aud time,” she
Manufaoturos and Deuls in
ami his brother brought in a couple ol Warren’s millinery stock.
succeeded to the busiuess entire. A very ciative of the fact that prevention is bet says, “but also doctor bills. It is my
ter than cure. Use the bitters for dys
fine deer and he is having a pair of large
A letter from George Barnhart dated successful and satisfactory business has pepsia, biliousness, nervousness and kid opinion that every family should have a
buck antlers mounted for an office orna
ney trouble, sick headache and debility. bottle of this remedy in the house.” For
Santa Barbara, Nov. 9th, announces his
sale by S. Howortb & Co., druggists.
safe arrival there without accident or
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Extras, needles, and supplies for all seasickness. The McMinnville contin To-day Mr. Hodson presents one of the
kinds of sewing machines at C. Grissen's, gent, consisting of Van Brown and T. J. best lines of hardware, stoves, tinware,
The local institute for November will
and brush(*, and sells them cheaper than they agent for New Home and Wheeler &
Bridgeford are represented as doing
ran be bought any where else in tne Willamette
be found in any city of equal size. Suc day of last week, where he has se convene at Dayton, Saturday, Nov. 16th,
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness «are Wilson machines.
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
has come to him gradually as the cured employment with the Union commencing at 9:30 a. m. with the fol
Smith & Unruh expect to run their
Dr. Lewis makes a specialty of chil result of careful and intelligent business Meat Co.
lowing program :
sawmill at Meadow Lake all winter. dren’s teeth. Don’t let your little ones
M. J. Kneedler was a Portland
After usual opening exercises followed
YV J- STRONG,
methods and a good deal of genuine push. visitor last week.
They are fixed for sawing and dressing suffer.
by a recitation, a discussion of the prin
Eld. Harrington (Free Methodist)
lumber as well as making shingles, have
Subject for the Sunday services at the manufacture of galvanized cornice and has moved into the Baker house and ciples underlying the four fundamental
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
a good water power and plenty of good
Cumberland Presbyterian Church : Morn steel roofing, and in this line he has will preach to the citizens of White- operations of arithmetic will be led in
timber to work up.
ing, “God manifest to the world/’even gained state wide and enviable reputa son.
their usual order by Messrs. Blough,
Ii you want fine photos go to Hogg. ing, “The measures of God to all.” A tion. The court houses in Pendleton,
Mrs. H. F, Lashier returned to her Reece, Baker and C. A. Hodson respec
hearty invitation extended to all. Good Roseburg, McMinnville and Goldendale, home in Newberg Monday morning tively. The p. in. session will consist
COLLARS, He is the leading photographer.
music and accommodating ushers. Wash., and opera houses in McMinnville, after a week's visit with her son W. of a song by the primary department of
sows wheat in dry ground is sure to reap, Elmer E. Thompson, Pastor.
the Dayton public (schools, 2d, recitation;
Independence, Grant’s Pass, Medford, H. and family.
Mr. Remmington has had a hand
Rev. John Kingerv bands us a South Ashland and Junction City, are among some monument erected to the mem 3d, song, intermediate department; 4th,
All work guaranteed an represented. Repairing
of all kind» promptly dour. First door west oi takes the chances. He had about 35
recitation ; Sth, song by Mies Glenn of
Dakota newspaper, which gives an ac the public buildings on which be has ory of his departed companion.
McMinnville National Bank.
acres of spring plowing in at the close of count of a man and a team freezing to executed contracts, besides a long list of
Lafayette seminary. Following this the
Chas. Howard and wife were brief subjects
of diagraming, the noun, the
last week and was still “going it.”
death near Huron. That sounds a little bank buildings and business houses in visitors to our city Tuesday.
pronoun, and political economy as it
J. J. and E. J. Pratt and families pertains to foreign commerce, balance of
“The Ideal” an A 1 sewing machine curious to an Oregonian who has seen all parts of the state. A good feature of
manufactured by the New Home Com the temperature cooler than 20 degrees this business is that by virtue of it a good have moved into the Cochran ranch, trade, its effects on finances of a country,
etc. A general attendance is expec ted.
pany,special price $ 24.00, atC. Grissen's, above zero but twice in six years. Those many thousand dollars from other towns which they have rented.
J. B. S tilwell , Supt.
Proprietor of the
agent New Home Sew ing Machine Com- Dakotans had better come and warm.
have flowed through the home channel,
E. & M. E. Martin still have a very
The Mount Lebanon Shakers have re
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward cently perfected an ingenious cure for
Uncle Wm. Hash says that seasons of large and elegant assortment of fall and in many ways resulting beneficially to
RATES $1 To $2 PER DAV
for any case of catarrh that cannot be dyspepsia. Their Digestive Cordial con
abundant niast are liable to be followed winter millinery, and are determined to the community.
sists of a food already digested and a
The house is new and first-class. Stage offices by a cold winter. Acorns and hazelnuts
Mr. Hodson has always been a promi cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
digeste.r of foods happily combined.
and free sample rooms in connection.
F. J. C heney & Co., Props. Toledo, O.
are plentiful and the squirrels and chip therefore made up their minds to offer nent factor in both business and social
The importance of this invention will
Oregon. mucks have laid in good stores. The all goods now on hand at prices never affairs of the city. In the former rela
We, the undersigned, have known F. be appreciated when we realize what a
Indians go a good deal on the same signs. before known in McMinnville. Come tion he is universally regarded as careful, J. Cheney for the last fifteen years, and proportion of the community are victims
of some form of stomach trouble. Thous
E. J. Qnaley was pretty badly hurt by and make your selection before the as safe and reliable, as well as gifted with believe him perfectly honorable in all ands of pale, thiu people have little incli
a horse near Gaston last Thursday. He sortment is broken.
nation toeat, and what they do eat
terprise. In his contact with people he to carry out any obligation made by their causes them pain and distress.
was leading the animal with a halter,
Messrs. Carr & Whitaker of the soda
This Digestive Cordial of the Shakers
when something frightened it and caused works are figuring on associating with is plain, outspoken and frank, always firm.
corrects any stomach derangement at
it to jump forward, knocking him down the manufacture of soda drinks that, of
once. It makes thin people plump.
Every one will be greatly interested to
and severely bruising him about the head candy and ice. At this writing they are the other of a proposition. He is a ledo, O.
prominent figure in some of the fraternal
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole read the little book which has been placed
. Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
negotiating with Salem parties for the organizations, having attained to es sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
in the hands of druggists for free distri
Michael Aylward, an old pioneer who purchase of an ice and candy factory pecially high rank as a Mason and filled
South side Third St. between B and C.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, bution.
reside! about eighteen miles west of plant. If started it will probably occupy all the important stations in the work
acting directly upon the blood and ntu-
What is Laxol ’ Nothing but castor oil
here, died from a stroke of paralysis one of the vacant rooms in Union block. of subordinate lodges. At the present cous surfaces of the system. Price 75c. made
as palatable as honey. Children
Monday. He was 75 years old. He bad
time he holds one or two offices in grand j>er bottle Sold by all druggists, Tes- like it.
been in ordinary health up to the day of
prefer a ii% envelope.
jg E. COULTER.
his death, and was returning from Sheri ton and Taylor were imprisoned Monday Scottish rites. He has also filled every
I.icciiaes to Marry.
dan when stricken. The funeral was
XXXs which will be furnished at the
the 14 and 16-year-old daughters of John chair in Charity lodge A. O. U. AV. As a
held Wednesday at St. Patrick's church.
Nov. 12, William Cochran. 70, of Linn
Wacheno of the reservation. They were citizen he belongs to the progressive county, to Mrs. Helen M. Warren, 60, of former price for No. 6.
Agent Wilcox of the S. P. now has his 1 released on Wednesday on a bond of $250 class, and is liberal and helpful toward Yamhill county.
Crop mortgages, chattel mortgages,
(mods of all descriptions moved, and careful
Nov. 14. G. W. Harger, 71, and Mrs. real estate mortgages, notes, receipts,
handling guaranteed. Collectionswill be made office and the telegraph department iD each. The regulation of the conduct of all enterprises of public benefit.
Elizabeth DeLaslimutt, 65, of this coun orders, etc., can always be had at this
iMouiblv. Hauling of all kinds doue cheap.
the main depot building. The work of these new citizens, the Indians, is likely
ty. The tnaraiage occurred at the Hotel
overhauling and converting the hotel to prove expensive to the county in the
Leroy Lewis, dentist.
Yamhill the afternoon of the same day. office.
building into a depot is about complete ' long run.
Land lor Sale.
except the painting, and McMinnville
The cure of rheumatism has often taxed
Ths Western Building and Loan Asso-
400 acres of land near Whiteson. 20G
has a pretty finely equipped station as ' eiation of McMinnville has filed articles for California.
medical skill, but its prevention has been
under plow, balance pasture and
well as a very excellent and accommo of incorporation. E. C. Apperson, B. F.
Postmaster Harding made a business very easy by an occasional use of Sim acres
Proprietor of the
mons Liver Regulator. It keeps the liver young fir timber, 3 dwellings, 3 barns, 2
dating agent in charge.
Rhodes and Walter Link are the incor-
well regulated, and the system free from orchards and 12 acres in hops. Situated
between 2 R. R.s. Price $20 per acre.
O. H. Adams says the person who gave ! porators. The object, we understand, is
Dick Gaunt and wife of Centerville, poison. Therein is the secret of health. Easy
terms. This is a snap. Address
“I have used it for years far indigestion
Successor to GATES A HENRY.
S heridan L and C o .
constipation, and also found it gives
last year was wide of the facts. Mr. A. named, to furnish a safe and profitable visit to relatives here. They were resi and
one relief from a touch of rheumatism.”--
E Street, north of Third. Everything new and
Farm for Sale.
first-class. Conveyance of commercial travelers keeps a careful diary, and the first snow- means of investing small amounts from dents here several years ago. Mr. Gaunt N. Hughes, Lordsburg, N. M
a specialty. Board and stabling by the day or recorded therein was Dec. 7th.
That mouth to month, and to euable people of is now mail contractor on the route be
220 acres. 50 acres in cultivation.
month fre solicit a fair share of the local pat
Money to Loan
also agrees with the official record of limited means to own their homes. tween The Dalles and Prineville.
Good house and barn, young bearing
orchard, excellent pasture land, situated
Wyatt Harris. The other days on which There have been many such enterprises
A good maiiy persons are wondering
miles south of Dayton on the Willa
snow fell were Dec. 9th and 30th, Janu throughout the country, and we think what salary Tom White gets for allowing in any amount. If you need money, 4 mette
river. Warehouse and boat land
ary 2d and 21st, and Feb, 11th. January they have generally proven beneficial to his portrai tto be used on a tobacco ad write to me. If your mortgage is due, ing within % mile of farm. Price $16
THE JlcJlllIM ILLB
2d was a very stormy day, snow falling the individuals and communities inter vertising placard seen in the windows and you want to borrow money, write to per acre. Address,
L. H. B aker ,
to a depth of 16 or 18 inches.
ested. We see no reason why one about town. Tom and Mrs. Grover
Last Friday A. M. Waddle, a leading
Cleveland seem to be favorites in that
kind of improvements, amount of in
farmer of Amity, took a load of hogs to '
Richard L. Simpson, the druggist at liue.
surance you carry, and state the amount
Dayton, and while his sou was backing ’ Amity for almost twenty years, died
Capt. Harris and Dr. Goucher returned
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
into position to unload, the team became in hie bed during Saturday night, being Wednesday evening from a trip to Jack of money wanted and I will at once write When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
•.Paid up Capital,
frightened at the blowing of a steamboat found by Mr. Jeilison, his clerk, upon sonville for the purpose of inspecting
When she became Miss^sbe clung to Castoria,
whistle and started to run. Mr. Waddle, opening the store on Sunday luorniug. some recently acquired mining interests and long time. Address
Transacts a General Banking Business.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
hables H enry ,
who is a powerful man and not much Coroner Daniels and jury passed upon in that locality, known as the Paris
No. 206 Stark St., Portland, Or.
*, vïf*riu//7V given to fear, placed himself in front of the case on Tuesday, and decided that mining district. They are greatly en
Fice President, -
V p V f R s TFV the frightened animals, seizing them by death was the result of heart failure. couraged with the outlook, and brought
the bits. He was not equal to the emer Mr. Simpson, had attended a Masonic specimens back with them from a surface
McMinnville Produce tlHrket.
A good double circular water power
Cashier • •
gency, however, and was knocked down banquet the evening before his death, find mixed with pyrities which assays sawmill, with planer, edger and cut-off
Reported by L. E. Walker.
and run over, sustaining very serious in and seemed in as good health and spirits $140 to the ton, and promises to become saws, and is driven by 2 turbine water Oats..........................................
Board or Directors:
wheels. 1000 acres of timber land, 2 Wheat.........................................
juries about the head and face, the check as ever. Deceased was a native of Tenn the best mine in that vicinity.
J. W. COWL’,
dwellings, 2 barns, 3 yoke of oxen and Butter.......................................
A J. APPEKSON.
'»M < AMI BELL. bone being crushed and the jaw broken essee, and crossed the plains in 1850,
logging outfit complete, including 800,000 Eggs.............................................
J. L. ROGERS.
on the right side.
You’re an Easy Prey,
settling in Oregon in the early ‘50s
feet of logs in stream and pond at the Chickens ................................. $155@2
His age, his brother says, was 69 years. with your flesh reduced below a healthy mil). Logs can be floated on this stream Turkeys....................................
Sell Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Tran’-j The McMinnville Pastors’ Association
for 15 miles. This mill is situated 9 miles Ducks .......................................
fera on New York, San Francisco and Portland. met Monday last and made arrange» Dqring President Lincoln's administra- standard, for consumption and other west of Sheridan on a good level road. Potatoes per sack ....................
I1epoi.it» received subject to cheek. I.oans mon-1
. tion be was postmaster at Lafayette, and
ey on approved security. Collections made on ments for the customary union Thanks
it’s for just this condition that Dr.Pierce’s Sold over 800,000 feet of lumber last Dressed Hogs...........................
all accessible points.
giving services which will be held this i at that place was at one time associated Golden Medical Discovery is especially vear. Price $7,500, no incumbrance. Veal.....................
year in the Christian church, the ser with J. M. Kelty in the drug business. valuable.
S ueridan L and C o .
FOR SALE----- ------ ----
If you’re thinner than you ought to be,
Timothy hay .......................
mon to be preached by Pastor D. T. He had lived in Amity since 1878, and is whether
from w asting diseases, defective
The following teachers are taking the Oats and cheat.......................
to have left an estate of about
nutrition, or whatever cause, the “Discov examination for certificates now in prog Baled Straw........................... $3@$3.50
TIUUAMOOK DAIRY Summerville of the Methodist church. i said
The music will be under the direction of $17,000. In 1855-6 he served his country ery” will surely bring you up to the ress : Of McMinnville, Mrs. Sarah Cook, Mixed Chop.............................
standard. By restoring the nor Mrs. Josie Woolett, and Messrs. G. L. Wheat Chop ...........................
or STOCK RANCH.— a committee consisting of the choristers i in the ranks of the Indian war veterans. healthy
The burial was conducted by the Masons
Williams and J. A. Morgan. Of Dayton, Shorts.......................................
L. H. DaFord, Arthur Lambert, Mise Middlings................................
solicited to bring In liberal contributions on Tuesday, the discourse being given and means of nourishment. As a Junita M. Lambert and Mrs. J. F. Zim- Bran.........................................
Good house, new bam, orchard etc Be« for the i>oor of the city, both in monej by Rev. Hoberg. Deceased was also an strength-restorer and flesh-builder, noth merer. Miss Gertrude Imus of Dundee,
L. E. Walker will buy all your pro
Mock ranch on Big Nestncca river. Ince FU00.
Penn Patton of Gaston, E. B. Flett of uuce,
duce, paying tne
the highest price
prii in cash
and provisions. The donations will be
For further particulars address,
ical science. Filthy Cod liver oil and all
O. B. Corporon of Lafayette, the market will justify. He will sell
CHAS. E. HALL.
taken charge of by a committee consist was present at the funeral from Rose its disguised compounds ct>n‘t compare Roberts,
Roxie Heater of Springbrook, Miss W. you flour, feed, hay, oats, field and gar
ing of the following representatives of burg, being the only near relative in this with it.
Watson of 'Wheatland, Miss Loren» Hod den seeds as cheap as any other dealer.
son of Newberg and Mra. Nellie Walling D street south of First National Bank.
Members of the old city council say j the churches:. Mrs. F. S. Harding, Messrs. F. E and Thos. Rogers, Wm,
He also carries a full line of Graham in
Methodist; Mrs. J. J. Collard, Baptist;
Dr. Pierce’s Pellets cure constipation, and Miss Julia Prentis of Amity. James
they have held their last meeting. The
of North Yamhill applies for state small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
Mr. C. A Wallace,Christian: Mr. J- W. Chrisman and Frank Wisecarver of this indigestion, or dyspepsia, biliousness i Allen
new council will meet the first time on
, Ballinger. Presbyterian,
the first Tuesday in December.
WALLACE & WALKER are selling lots of
groceries this year. They have given their
customers good satisfaction They will have
a heavy trade the present fall and winter.
Real Estate and Loans
City Baths and
WALLACE & WALKER, GROCERS
That mill Open your Eyes
Truck and Dray Co.
Com mere ial Stable,
By Personal Inspection
You Get the Benefit
You will be surprised at the amount of goods you <
can buy for a little money.
KAY & TODD
BURNS & DfiNlEüS
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.
G uuuuulsjulsju ^^