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LIKE A MIRACLE
t'ifleenih Auniiut Male Conveullwii
of the W . I'. T. 1.
AN OPEN LETTER
Ho! for Albany, was the call of the W.
J. II. Nelson, dentist.
C. T. U., and in answer, officer» and del
Arthur Harris is working in a mill at egates to the number of 73, besides nu
merous visitors were found wending
Sheep to let on shares. Inquire oí their way to the state convention, which
WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
J. B. Handley.
proved to be one of the l«st and most in
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD “CASTORIA,” AND
The date of the New berg fair this year teresting ever held in Oregon.
“PITCHER'S CASTORIA,” AS OUR TRADE MARK.
The hour of meeting found our own in
is < kit. 14, 15 and 16.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
We need all the wood line this office imitable Mrs. Kinney in the chair, and
each officer in her place and ready for was the originator of “PITCHER’S CASTORIA,” the same^
on subscription—need it at once.
Erom the Evening Eeive, Detroit, Mich.
business. After the usual devotional
R f . fokteh and Weekly Oregonian
James Crocket, a sturdy old Scotchman, My wife used to put eight er ten hot water
most cordial welcomes were that has borne and does now
living in Detroit, Mich., at 88 Mun teal in bags around me to h U> p the pain. Those one year for $2, ^trictly in advance.
liiat came to see iue bid me good-bie when
Street, was uked about his wonderful cure.
Kay & Todd have the nicest line of Rev. McKillop for the pastors of the
“First,” he said, “I must tell you some they left me, and I was given up. The doc
This is the original “ PITCHER’S CASTORIA,’’ which has been
thing of my life before my altnosc fatal sick tors said nothing more could-be done for me.
fancy shirts and ties ever brought to the city.
ness. I wm born iu Scotland in 1822, and
“ We tried every known remedy, and my city.
in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
cuue to this country in 1848. I am a marine wife kept reading the articles about Dr.
The rejiorts given by the various super
engiueer by trade. In 1872 I was in the Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People to me.
Walter Evenden was on Mouday ad intendents of departments show a deal of years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
employ of the Detroit and Cleveland Navi Finally she said they only cost 90 cents,
gation Co., and for fifieri years I was chief anti she wanted to know if I would try them. mitted to full American citizenship in work all along the line. The correspond
engineer on one of their big passenger To please her I consented, and the first box Judge Magers’ court.
ing secretary reported 2405 members, in the kind you have always bought
steamers. My first boat was the R. N. Rice, gave me relief. I continued to use them
Turban day at Eva Martin’s was such cluding honoraries, Y’s and L. T. L.’s in add has the signature of
which was burned at the docks. Then I for about two years before I could get strength
was transferred to the Rubie, which was enough to waik. It cams slow but sure but a success that she has decided to make a the state.
chartered to make the run between Detroit what 1 am to-day is due wholly to Dr. Wil
Resolutions were passed protesting
special display of Misses’ and children’s
liams* Pink Pills tor Pale People.
“ 1 am nearly seventy-five years old to-day, hats next Saturday.
*• I brought out the new steamer the ‘ City
against the liquor and political power cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. rietcher is
of the Strait»,’ and for years acted as her and there is not a man in the whole city that
educational affairs; deploring President.
The quarterly conference of the M. E.
chief engnaeer. It is a great responsibility, can kick higher or walk further than I can
the position of chief engineer on those big to-day. If any one has locomotor ataxia church occurred the first of this week. carelessness of parents in permitting in
March 8, 1897.
passenger palaces. Thousands of lives are that reads this, let them come and see me
held in the keeping of the engineer. The to-day. Can you tell me a man to-day in Presiding Elder Parsons was present and discriminate association of boys and girls
aaxiety causes a great nervous strain, and this big city that can do better than that ? ” preached to the brethren.
in hopyards; against the picking of hops
the strictest attention is necessary. Not for said Mr. Crocket, as he kicked the reporter’s
a moment must he lose his watchfulness.
hat, which was held high above his head.
T. B. Kay aud family arrived last Fri by temperance people; favoring the fran Do not endanger the life of your chilli by accepting
chise for women and an educational qual
“For fifteen years I carefully watched
“ Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale Peo
the big engines and boilers without a single ple made me what J am to-day. I only wish day front New York and on Monday Mr. ification for both sexes.
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
aeeident, and only noticed that I was getting I could persuade others to do as I did, and Kay went to Salem to confer with his firm
nervous. Suddenly without warning I was take them before it is too late.”
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
in regard to future movements.
taken sick, and in less than a week I was
“ J ames C rocket .”
president, and the three other general gredients of which even he does not know.
prostrated. I liad the best of physicians.
Before me, a Notary Public, personally
At the sale of dairy cows advertised by officers were all reelected.
I grew gradually worse, and at the council appeared James Crocket, who signed and
of doctors, they said I hail nervous prostra swore to the above statement us being true iu F. J. Canfield last Friday, prices ranged
Three delegates were appointed to rep
tion, and had destroyed my whole nervous every particular.
from $17.50 to $38.50, the average being resent Oregon at the National convention
R obert E. H ull , J r ., Netary Public.
■yaMui and would never be able to be up
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
5In. They said I had worn rayself out by
Wayne County, Mich. somewhat low in the opinion of good at Buffalo.
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People cattle judges. They are a good lot.
long uervoas strain «aimed by watching
worrying about the machinery
For are sold in boxes (never in loose form by the
Harry Ballinger came down from In- everything that could be done for the
three long jmla I wax unable to move from dozen or hundred, and the public are cau
• Id Witho ut assistance. The doctor said tioned against uumereu imitatiens sold in dependence on Monday to visit his par comfort and pleasure of the delegates and
looemoter ataxia, and would never be this shape) at 50 cents a box or six boxes for
$2.50, anti may be had of all druggists or ents and former associates. Harry ti as visitors being done with good grace.
o walk again
• Ao pains and suffering I experienced direct by mail foom Dr. Wiluams* Medinina the Klondike fever, which he thinks is
All the proceedings of the convention
during those years are almost indescribable. Company, Schenectady, N. T.
the normal condition of every rightly were in love and harmony, and everyone
constructed and ambitious young man.
returned home with renewed strength for
Dr. Harry Littlefield, who graduated the work of another year.
Eugene was decided upon as the place
from the Portland medical college last
spring, has been given the position of of holding tlie convention of ’98.
house surgeon in the Good Samaritan
hospital. The appointment to so respon Money in hogs? Well yes. Last Mon-
sible a position is an attestation of per day butcher Koch got in the carcass of a
sonal merit that a young M. I), may well hog that tipped the beam at 560 pounds.
be proud of, and since he is a Yamhill The pig was but 18 months old and was
boy, a brother of Prof. Littlefield, it in grown and fattened on Mr. Jos. Hare’s
The price paid for that piece of
OTICE 1 b hereby given, that the under
spires something of a feeling of local farm.
That the Farmers, Merchants, the
signed as sheriff of Yamhill county, state
meat was 5’e cents per pound or $30.80
of Oregon, under and by virtue of a writ of ex
for the porker.—Hillsboro Independent. ecution,
Teachers and Preachers use the
dated August 19th, 1897, issued out of
the circuit court of the state of Oregon for Yam
The weather for the state fair at Salem
drugs dispensed at
hill county, upon and to enforce the decree in
favor of the plaintiff and against the defendant
has been unexampled this week,and Ore
for costs and disbursements amounting to the
of |27.99 taxed to the defendant and made
Rogers Bros.’ Pharmacy ?
a charge on the hereinafter described lands set
tage of it by attending. It is the general
him in the suit for partition wherein Sarah
As practical men they know and ap
D. Cole was plaintiff and Elijah M. Cole was
testimony that no better state fair has
(said execution being directed to the
preciate a good thing, finding that
been held in Oregon. The reasons for
undersigned for sei vice,) did on the 13th day of
1897, duly levy upon the hereinafter
this are several; among them, the fact
our Drugs are the strongest, purest
described real premises belonging to said de
GIVES THE CHOICE OF
M. Cole, and that the under
that the management did not try to
and best, and will go the farthest.
signed will, by virtue of said writ of execution
fleece at every corner the people who at
There is no economy in buying
Minnville, in Yamhill county, state of Oregon,
tended ; that they offered premiums
on SATURDAY. THE 16TH DAY OF OCTOBER,
cheap drugs. You cannot expect to
1897, at one o’clock p. in. of said day, sell nt
that made it an object for exhibitors to
Inherited blood diseases are much public
auction for cash the following described
derive good results from old, inert
be present; that they secured so many more difficult to cure than those which real premises, to-wit. Beginning at a point on
the south line of the donation land claim of
drugs. WE SELL ONLY THE BEST.
William Dodson and wife, claim No. 42, notifi
could be entertained for two days, in hereditary diseases is Scrofula, which cation No 2840, in T. 2 S. R. 5 W. in Yamhill
the medical profession admit is most county, state of Oregon, where the section line
stead of tiring before he had spent one obstinate and deepseated, and their ef between sections 26 and 27 crosses said south
line of said claim, and 11.90 chains south of the
day. The attractions consisted of a forts to cure it meet with little success. >4
post on said line and running thence north
baloon ascension each morning, the finest A child afflicted with Scrofula is always 2v.83U chains; thence east 22.19 chains to the
division line of said claim ; thence south on
you ever saw; the merry-go-round for into healthy manhood until the disease said line 21.83^ chains to the south line of said
Spokane Salt Lake
thence west on said line 22.19 chains to
the children, with Punch and Judy as a is eliminated. Scrofula leads into con claim;
the place of beginning, containing 61.76 acres, Minneapolis Denver
side attraction ; the “strong woman,” to sumption nine times out of ten, so thal and that said real premises will be so sold to
funds to satisfy said sum of |27.99, which
it is important for this reason that im obtain
whose waist a team was hitched ami was mediate
sum is made a charge on said real premi -
attention be given to all chil s£id
decree rendered in said suit on the
powerless to dislodge her as she clung to dren who inherit the slightest taint.
•22d day of October, 1896, and to pay the accru
costs and charge» on said execution.
a ladder; the soldiers from Vancouver in
Mrs. S. S. Mabry, 360 Elm St., Macon, ing Dated
Chicago Kansas City
September 16ih, 1897 .
.1. W. HENRY,
their guard mount; the trick bicyclists in Ga., writes:
“(¿he pH of the ^ear gorqes iq Qetober
“My boy, Charlie, inherited a scrofu
Sheriff of said Yamhill County.
LOW RATES TO ALL
front of the grand stand between races, lous blood taint, and from infancy was
performing such feats with the wheel as covered with terrible sores, his sufferings
October with its rain will soon be here, and you you would have said were impossible; being such that it was impossible to
must do your Building, Painting and Repairing be the “projectoscope,” one of the Edison dress him for three years.
of McMinnville, Yamhill County, State of
Leave Portland Every 8 Days
triumphs in electricity, in which ani
fore that time. Remember we keep
of his property to the undersigned, for the ben
• • F-OR • •
efit of all of his creditors, in proportion to the
mated scenes are thrown upon canvass
amount of their respective claims. All persons
Doors, Windows, Mouldings,
and move before your vision almost as
having claims against said F. W Redmond are
hereby notified and required to present such
realities; the Italian and his performing
claims, under oath, to me at my office in said
of McMinnville, three month» from the
bear, to please the children; the exhi
bition pacing by Chehalis, the Oregon
Dated this 16th day of August, A. I). 1897
wonder, who covered a mile in 2:07 b.,
For fall information call on O. R. A N.
Assignee of the estate of F. W. Redmond, an
AH Kinds Builders' Hardware
RHODES A RHODES, Agents,
the fastest time ever made in Oregon;
SPENCER & TALMAGE, I AtCs for Assignee
RAMSEY A FENTON,
Atl 9 ,or A8sl?nee-
the good races generally; the evening
Constantly on hand and can fill all orders on
W. H HURLBURT,
programs in the pavilion, literary and
Gen. Pa«s. Agt.
musical, varied each night; the base
ball games; the setting apart of special
A. L. MOHLER,
Store Room and Sash and Door factory at foot of Third St.
days for special purposes, all combined
with good weather, made the best fair
B aptirt —Services Sunday 11 a. in. and
the state has ever had. A. M. Lnfollet.
7:30 p.m ; Sunday school 9:50 a m.; the
EAST AND SOUTH
of Wheatland made perhaps the finest
young people’s sooietv 6:15 pm
meeting Thursday 7 :30 p. m. Covenant
individual exhibit from one farm that
meeting first Thursday evening before the
has ever been made in Oregon. It was
first Sunday of each nionth.
K. W. K ing , Pastor.
constructed as a pyramid, and occupied
space in machinery hall. It embraced
M kthodist E piscopal —Services every
of sores, and his nose was swollen to Sabbath 11 00 a. m. and 7:3O p. m. Sunday
various varieties of peaches, apples, several times its natural size; to add to
school 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7:00 p
pears, plums, grapes, cherries, nuts aud I his misery he had catarrh, which made m. Thursday. D. T. Si mmkbvilli . Pastor.
Express Trains Leave Portland Dally
otiier units in all the stages in which
affected. No treatment was Ct'MB. P bxsbytirian —Services every Sab
EVERY member of
they can be found in the market and | became
spared that we thought would relieve bath 11:00 am and 7:30 p. in. Sunday Portland LEAVE.
.......... 6 00 P M | San Francisco.. 7:45 A M
9:30 a. m. Y. P. C. E., Sunday 6:30 San Francisco.8:00
EVERY family on
upon the table. Then came all members UlLUy
P M 1 Portland............ 9:30 A M
he grew worse
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
pitiable. A dozen blood p. m. Prayer meeting
EVERY farm, in
of the vegetable kingdom known in this If
, tiou was indeed
E E. T hompson , Pastor.
Above trains stop at all stations between Port
EVERY village, in
land and Salem. Turner, Marion, Jefferson
latitude, together with the various va-1
sale, but they did not the slightest good. Services in the Christian church : Preach- Albany, Tangent, Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg.
EVERY State or Territory.
rieties of wheat, oats, corn, melons, etc., I I had almost despaired of his ever being ingeverv Lord’s day at 11 a m. and 7:30 Junction City. Eugene, Cottage Grove, Drain,
and all stations from Roseburg to Ash
besides butter, eggs, bacon, soap, etc. ; cured, when by the advice of a friend we p in Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. Oakland
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer land inclusive.
gave him S.S.S. (Swift’s Specific), and in.
Hoeeburg Wail Daily.
first the inflammation seemed to in meeting Thursday, F.
and the award of a new Studebaker ’ at
A. P owell , Pastor.
......... 8:30 A M | Roseburg
5.20 P M
FOR Noble Manhood,
wagon of handsome finish. Second prize I gets rid of the poison, by forcing it out S t . J ames E piscopal C hurch —Lay-Ser Portland
7:30 A M | Portland
4.30 P M
FOR True Womanhood.
Ifouglas of Linn county, whose exhibit continued the medicine. A decided im S t . J ambs C atholic —First st., between
PULL.MAN * BUFFET
was the result, and after he G and H. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Ves
consisted of over 1(M) varieties gathered provement
had taken a dozen bottles, no one who pers 7 :30. Services once a month.
in three days from a farm of only 40 knew of his former dreadful condition
T. B riody , Pastor.
IT GIVES all important news of the Nation.
acres, but five years in cultivation from would have recognized him. All the W. C T. U.—Meets on every Fri SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS,
virgin forest. Eighty of his onions sores on his body nave healed, his skin day at 3 p. m. in reading room, Union
IT GIVES all important news of the World.
Attached to all Through Trains.
is perfectly clear and smooth, and he block
A nna B. H enderson , Pres.
weighed 200 pounds. Chas. E. [.add liad has been restored to perfect health.”
West Side Division.
IT GIVES the most reliable market reports.
E da M ill «, Sec y.
the finest exhibit of Shorthorn cattle on
Mr. A. T. Morgan, one of the promi
PORTLAND a ND CORVALLIS
IT GIVES brilliant and instructive editorials.
the ground. They were from the Oak nent druggists of Macon, and a member K nowi . u t'HAPTKK No, 12, O. E. 8.—Meets at
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
the board of aldermen of that city, Masonic ball the 2d and 4th Monday evening
IT GIVES fascinating short stories.
Hill farm near North Yamhill, anil were of
M 1 Lv
Ar 1 5r5O P M
says "I am familiar with the terrible in
each month. Visiting members cordial I v in 10:15 A
A M 1 Lv
IT GIVES an unexcelled agricultural department.
Lv 3 -oe P M
in charge of Frank Brown, The herd condition of little Charlie Mabry, and vited.
MYRTA APrERSON, W. M.
Lv| 1.-06 P M
was well covered with blue riblmn«. the cure which S.S.8. effected in his R. L. CONNER, Sec.
IT GIVES scientific and mechanical information.
A O. U. W.— Charity Lodge No. 7 meets first and
A. J. Edson of Carlton won first premium
third Fridays of each month, 7:30 p. in. Lodge trains of Or. Central A Eastern Rv.
IT GIVES illustrated fashion articles.
be a wonderful blood remedy.”
nx>m in Union block.
on Russian winter oats. J. I). Nairn of
S.S.S. is the only cure for deepaeated
E F. SUTHERLAND M W
IT GIVES humorous illustrations.
Ballston was a winner on wheat and Ore. blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Rheu J. D. BAKER, Recorder
IT GIVES entertainment to young and old.
Yambill Lodge No. 10 D . of H meets in Union 1 50 P M Lv
gon raised seeds. John Redmond of this matism, Cancer, Eczema. Catarrh, etc. hall
Ar 1 8 25 A M
7 23 P M Lv
Lv 1 5.5S A »<
IT GIVES satisfaction everywhere to everybody.
city secured first premium on .his Berk It is the only blood remedy guaranteed month.
7:3» P M Ar
Lv 1 5:50 A M
CrsTia P ost N o . 9- Meets the second and fourth
shire swine. The poultry exhibit was
We Furnish The Reporter and N. V. Weekly Tribune
Saturday of each month in Union hall at 10:30
Direct connection at San Francisco with Orel-
a. m on second Saturday and at 10 <o a. m on dental and Oriental and Pacific Mail steam ahi,»
especially large and fine, and contra
Uh Saturday. AU members at the order are lines for JAPAN AND CHINA. Sailing dates on
1 YEAR for $1.25.
dicted the idea that a wet country is a end contains no potash, no mercury or cordially
invited to attend our meeting«
E F. M anning . Commander.
CASH IN ADVANCE.
Address all orders to
Rale* and tickets to Eastern points and Europe.
poor one for fowls.
other mineral, which means so much to B. F. C lubinb , Adjt.
Al*» japan , china , H onolulu and au &,
all who know the disastrous effects of
LI A, can be obtained from G. A. Wilcox.
E lviba A ssembly N o IS, U nitid A rtisan «-
Meet first and third Monday night« of each month Ticket Agent. McMinnville.
C. H MARKHAM,
Valuable books mailed free to any ad at
7 90 p. m. in Union block.
Gen Freight and Passenger Agent,
dress by the Swift Specific Company,
W G. HENDERSON. M A
Write your name and addrew on a poMal cent, send it to Geo w Be.t Tribune OSce. Mew
I Atlanta, Ga.
J. W. BONES, Sec
R. KOEHLER. Manager.
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How a Locomotor Ataxia Sufferer
Do Not Be Deceived.
“The Kind You Have Always Bought
<£lby is it
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