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Til* Klondike Honui In Oregon.
A Statesman reporter dropped into the
orifice of tbe Thomas Kay Woolen Mill
J. H. Nel non, dentiat.
Co. yesterday, and found President Kay
You’re not in fashion if you haven’t up to his very eyes in business, It is
the measels in your family.
needless to say the nature of Ibis busi-
Call and try A. D. Hoekins on boot, ness had largely to do with the COID"
shoe and harness repair work,
One patty's big and giowing Klondike traile
door south of Transcript office, He is in mackinaws, blankets, flannels and
sleeping bags, the output of which, ac
here to stay w ith us.
Thus. II. Rogers has heard that Asher cording to Mr. Kay was “ample each
Saylor, a former rusidentof McMinnville, week, to clothe and equip 1100 men.”
Au Album of
The company is also doing a good bit
now in the Klondike country, lias se
cured $50,000 in gold nuggets and owns by wav of commercial cloths, but the
a good mining claim. He was on the main work at this and tho Waterloo mill
of the Wonders
is heavy stuff for the Alaskan market.
ground early and stayed with it.
s i mil ?. t ii i ; the Food at id Retí ula-
The Salem plant has 100 men and women I
ting die Stomachs undUoweis of
N. E. Kegg offers his residence prop
ef the Universe.
constantly employed day and night, i
erty in this city for sale. One of the best
while the up-country mill keeps fifty |
INFANXS^ÇH Wi> H E N
SI2 Pages. IO)ixl2)i Inches. Weight OK lbs.
locations; property will pay 10 per cent,
more busy at all hours.
The World’s Storehouse has given up its choicest historic in rentals. See him for price.
Mr. Kay says he has advanced wages '
N. E. K egg ,
Treasures for this Book.
here 10 per cent on the lower scale and
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Mrs. Catlin, the new dress maker in has put most of the operators on piece- |
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
IS ON THE
Union block, has already achieved a rep work, which amounts practically to the i
From the Subjects at Large We Name * Few:
N ot N aticotic .
utation among the ladies as a skillful and same thing.
Nxw V obx C itv
E»st River Docks, New North River Bridge, Vanderbilt Residences. B oston :
Commonwealth Avenue, Boston Common, Faneuil Hall S cbnes in the R ockies and Y ellow - up-to-date artist in that line. Give her
Mr. Kay thinks the Klondike move
stone P abk
Mirror Lake, Summit Rock. Big Trees, Yosemite Valley. Lick Observe a call.
ment will keep things bulging for one or
lory, Stanford University, Chinatown, etc. M exico : Cathedrals, Bull Fighters, etc. S ovth
Statues, Cathedrals Hnd Cemeteries. H awaii :
Palaces, Groves, etc. I ndia
The monthly gathering of the teach two years, after which it will settle down
Buddha, Tai Mahal, Temple of 500 Gods, Golden Pagoda, Temples, Mausoleums, Ruins. T he H oly
L and : uaalbec, Damascus, Street 'Straight,'' Jaffa, Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Jerusalem, Solo ers of Yamhill is to be held in the col to a permanent commercial factor in the
iiocKclte. Silts -
mon's Temple. Bethlehem, River Jordan, Dead Sea. etc. A frica
Egyptian Scenes, Temples,
Pyramids, Ancient Cemeteries. S tain : Gibraltar, Seville, Mosque ot Cordova, Alhambra. Court oi lege building at Newberg on Saturday, trade of the Pacific coast and especially
Lions. I taly : Naples and Mt. Vesuvius, Interior of San Martino, most richly decorated church in the 29th inst.
of the northwest.
the world, Pompeii, Pantheon. Forum. Coliseum, statuary, Paintings, Tombs, Cathedrals, etc., etc.,
Scones In Venice, St. Mark's Church. Bridge of Sighs, Giant's .Staircase, Leaning Tower, Columbus'
Ç<(ifiht<l Sugar .
Monument at Genoa, etc. P aris
Notro Dame, Troeadero, Eiffel Tower, Tbe Madeleine, Hotel de
Ville, Grand Opera House, Arch ot Triumph. Louvre Gallery, Paintings, Statuary, Tomi«, Palaces. will be held at the first Secular church his eastern supply house for eix more
Interiors, etc. B elgium , H olland , S witzxblamd and all their Treasures. G ermany : National
An appropriate looms, which will be put up ns soon as
A perfect Remedy forConstipa-
Museum. Statue of Frederick the Great, Royal Palace, Interior Royal Mausoleum; Dresden Gallery, next Sunday evening.
Sistine Madonua, Cologne Cathedral, The Passion Play, Vienna. St. Stephen’s Church. P anorama program will be rendered by the Sunday possible, and apropos of thia matter, Mr
tion. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
or C onstantinople
Mosques, Tomba, etc. R ussia
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Royal Museum, St.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
Isaac's Cathedral, Royal Palace. G reat B ritain : Shakespeare's Theatre and House, Keswick, school children.
Short address by Net Kay is anxiously waiting for fair weather
Warwick Castle. Durham Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, St. Paul's, Westminster. House of Parlla
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
Ever}' one to begin the erection of the new addition
menl, Towers of London, Liverpool Docks. S cotland : Ellen's Isle, Stirling Castle, John Knox tie Olds-Haight. All free.
House, Edinburgh. Holyrood Castle, Sackville Street, Dublin, etc., etc.
to the main mill.
Tac Simile Signature of
The company has not abandoned its
It is the only book ever executed in Photographic Colors at Why suffer with coughs, colds and la- woreted
grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine
Castoria is put up in one-ska Lotties only. It
will cure you in one day. Does not pro for a while to employ the best facilities of
I is not sold in bulk. Don’t allow anyone to sell
power and labor on the demand for a
▲ iiboral •ducMtion in World's History acuuired while being entertained. A trip arouud tbe world
you anything alio on ths plea or premise that it
in an hour. The delight» of travel without its discomforts; its benefit without its
phate of quinine. Put np in tablets con profitable product.
is “just as good" aa<l "will answer every pur
The boWk is printed on the very finest grades of super-sized and super calendered and heavy enam
Speaking of the future of the mill here
pose." *wb<e that you got il-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
venient for taking. Guaranteed to cure
eled book paper, made esf»ecially for this book, and bound in the richest bindings.
or money refunded. Price 25 cents. Fo Mr. Kay remarked yesterday that he
EXACT COPY OF WRAPFEH.
hoped “to see the day, soon, when his
sale by Rogers Bros.
whistle at the mill would call 500 people
On the evening of the 22d inst, J. O.
Silk Cloth. Side and Back, Stamped in Gold...........................................
to well-compensated work,” a wish that
Rogers, D. D. G. M., installed the follow
The Reporter one year and a copy of this Artistic work ing officers of Oddfellows’ lodge at Amity, will find ready echo all over and beyond
the capital city.—Statesman.
N. G., G. Y. Patterson; V. G., G A Rea;
Rec. Sec., F. B. Ferguson; Treas., H. B.
Wolf; Per. Sec., J. A. Likens; Wor.,
F. 11. Chapen ; Con., 8. T. Likens; I. G.,
J. M. Lady; R. 8. N. G., C. J. Olson.
Save Doctor’s Bills.
Chas. W. Irvine of Independence,
Promote Happiness and Comfort.
brother of J. P. Irvine, died on Sunday
morning, the 23d, at the nge of 13 years
and eight months. Deceased was a part
ner with Clarance Irvine in the grocery
business at Independence a few years
Mr. E. D. Jenkins, of Lithonia, Ga.,
ago, and was quite successful as a busi says that his daughter, Ida, inherited a
ness man. J. P. Irvine and Clarence severe case of Eczema, which the usual
mercury and potash remedies failed to
were both present at the bedside when relieve. Year by year she was treated
death came. The funeral was held under with various medicines, external appli
and your favorite borne paper
the auspices of the Woodmen on Tuesday. cations and internal remedies, without
result. Her sufferings were intense,
The sermon outlined on our first page and her condition grew steadily worse.
should be read by every young man aud All the so-called blood remedies did not
seem to reach the dis
woman in the families where The Re
ease at all until S.
Cllorttl ¡Plates of 64 Wfodieinal porter goes. It sounds a chord that ap
S.S. was given, when
both 1 YEAH for $1.25.
peals to tiie need of every person at some
an improvement CASH IN ADVANCE.
Address al 1 orders to
was at once noticed.
time in his life. “Take control of your
The medicine was
SKELETON, MAD DOG,
self.” That means, let the dominant
continuecd with fav
will be aroused and assert the reason
orable results, and
and conscience, which constitute your
now she is cured
ence tor Governmental and pofijtk-al
sound and well, her tlon of the United Blates, the Constitution of the State oi
PHRENOLOGICAL CHART true self. Resolve to be aud do some
skin is perfectly
'"''V r,“J?a: Presldent McKinley's Cabinet and appointees, Ambassadors,
thing, and remember the forcible pre
rent States com
clear and pure and manding officers of the Army and Navy, with their salaries; Tables of Public .Statistics
sentation of the preacher tliat the road
and Silver, and
Lithograph Manikins of the Body and of the Head, in layers to heaven and hell, to success or failure,
from what threat
Tbe standard American almanac, authoritative and
complete, correspondingJn rank with Whittaker’s Almanac In Europe.
to dissect showing all organs in their
are alike paved with resolutions kept or ened to blight her life forever.
PRICE «.» CENTS. Postage patd. Semi u 11 orders to
proper positions and colors.
THE REPORTER, McJVlinnvllle, Oregon.
cure» Eczema, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheu
The most sudden death that has oc matism, or any other blood trouble.
Size 6 1-4 x 91-4 inches.
It is a real blocd remedy and always
curred in this city for years was that of
cures even after all else fails.
LOCAL DIRECTORY EAST AND SOUTH
Weight, 51-4 lbs. Thickness 33-4 inches.
Leonard Granstrom, on Monday morn
Nineteen pages of Alphalietical Index. An Index of Symptoms, ho you can tel) ing, after an illness which began the
previous Saturday evening. Heath was
B aptibt —Services Sunday It a. in. »nd
what sila you. Complete list of Medicine«, telling what each is good for,
due to some ailment of the bowels, which Take a blood remedy for a blood disaase; 7:30p. m ; Sunday school 9:50 a in.; the
and how much of each to take for a dose. The Prescriptions are
young people’s society 6:15 p tu
all written in Plain English, ho you can copy them ami
seems not to have been well understood. a touic won’t cure it.
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get them filled without going to a doctor. It
meeting first Thursday evening before the
Deceased was the son of L. Granstrom,
saves its cost in one cane of l.a Grippe
first Sunday of each month .
city engineer: and for a long time had on blood and
tilled the place of assistant at the city
M ethodist E piscopal -Services every
waterworks. He was approaching the any
Sabbath 11:00 a. m and 7:3O p. ni. Sunday
school 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7:00 p
age of 21 years, and a year ago last De- Swift Specific
tn. Thursday. D. T. S cmmkbvillk , Pastor.
cember was married to Miss Mamie Kef- Ga.
CfMB. P eesbytebian —Services every Sab
Prof, of Physiology and Nervous Diseases in Rush Medical College, Chicago. fer. He was a dutiful young man,
bath 11 :00 a in and 7:30 p. in. x Sunday Portland.............6:00 P M I San Francisco.. .7:45 A M
San Francisco. 8:00 P M | Portland............... 9:30AM
a great many warm friends, who were
Christian yongor. Jf. 77f. 77f. 7).
p. ni. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. ni. Above trains stop at all stations between Port
Burgeon in Chief, Emergency and German Hospitals, Chicago.
greviously surprised at his death, The
E E. T hompson , Pastor.
land and Salem. Turner, Marion, Jefferson.
funeral was held by Rev. King of the
Services in the Christian church : Preach- Albauy, Tangent, Slic-dds, Halsey, Harrisburg.
V. U. XoUteit. Jf. 7g.. Wf. *D.
City, Eugene, Cottage Grove, Drain.
ingevery Lord's day at 11 a 111. and 7:30
and all stations from Roseburg to Ash
Secretary Chicago Polyclinic and Surgeon Proctor Memorial Free Hospital, Baptist church on Tuesday. The band,
p in Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. Oakland
of which deceased was a memlier, played
tn. Sunday School nt 9:45 u. ni. Prayer
Koaeburg Mail Daily.
meeting Thursday, 7:30p. in.
a requiem at the service. Burial was made
^F. Woheter Joaos. Jf. 77f. 77f. D
F. A. P owell , Pastor.
in the South Yambill cemetery.
Portland........... 8 30 A M I Roseburg
5.20 P M
Specialist in Obstetrics and Piseases of Women and Children, London, Eng
S t . J ames E piscopal C hurch —Lay-Ser Roseburg.......... 7:30AM | Portland
Successor of the “ Unabridged''
vices every Sunday at 11 o’clock a. ni.
Tho Ono Great Standard Authority,
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
Vick’s Garden and floral Uuiete.
The book contains aliout 201) pages on Diseases of Women and Children.
Jo writes Hon. 1>. J. Brewer,
S t . J ames C atholic —First st., between
PULl.WHN * BUFPBT
This department is illustrated in u supplemental pamphlet of 32 pages, placed in
The annual catalogue sent out by the
a pocket made inside the cover of the book.
pers 7 :80. Services
once a month.
old reliable seed establishment of James
or th« V. 3. Qoy't Printing
T. B biody , Pastor
Office, the u. S Supreme
Vick’s Sons, comes to hand in a dainty
Court, all the state Su
w. c T, U.—Meets
___ on every
Fri- SECOND CLASs'sLEEPING CARS,
fneme t'vurte.sudor near
and tasty cover of blue, pink, yellow and
y all the Schoolbook,.
day at 2 30 p. m. in reading room, Kegg
Attached to al) Through Trains.
V irginia W. G bovkr
bovxr . Pres
Bilk Cloth.’Gold and Plain Stamping, Marbled Edges
............................. H.75 orange. The golden lily, the pink day
West Side División.
E ly a P. N bal , Seo.
break aster, a brace of blue birds, Hnd
by State Superintendent«
PORTLAND AND CORVALLIS
of gchoole. College Pneet
The Reporter one year and a copy of this magnificent the artist's lettering in black, blue, green,
dents, and other Educator!
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
K now LX s CHAPTER No, 12. O. E. 9 — Meets st
ahnoet without number
crimson and gold, all in harmonious
work for >3.15.
Masonic ball tbe 2d and Sth Monday evening
A M 1 Lv
6:60 P M
in each month. Visiting members cordiallv In
combinations, make a cover of exquisite
L0:15 A M 1 Lv
3:00 P M
In the household, and to
MYRTA APPER8ON, W.'M.
the teacher, scholar, pro-
1.06 P M
R. L. CONNER, Sec.
design and appearance. Many of the
teeelnnal mau. and self
NOTICK FOR PIHLICATKH.
A. O. U. W.— Charity Ixxige No. 7 meets first and
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
illustrations are fine half-tones. Four
third Fridays of each mouth, 7:30 p. m. Isxlga
X THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE.
trains of Or. Central & Eastern Ry.
room in Cnion block.
handsome colored plates of tiegoniaa, O It Is easy to find the word wanted.
W. H. FLETCHER, M. W.
ljind office at Oregon City. Oregon
Is easy to ascertain the pronunciation.
Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
dahlias, nasturtiums and sweet peas add 0 o It
J. D. BAKER, Becorder.
Jan, 4th, lWb
It Is easy to trace the growth of a word
Notice is hereby given that the following- to the attractions.
Yamhill Lodge No. 10 D. of H meets in Union
The list of seeds and 0 It Is easy to learn what a word means.
L60 P M I Lv
named settler* have filed notice of their Inten
ball second and fourth Friday evenings of each
7:30 P M | Ar
tion to make final proof in support of their plants covers a large and varied assort O
claims and that Mid proofs will be made before
I form 1« absolute niithoritr on everything pertaining
CrsTia P ost N o . »—Meets the second and fourth
the Register and Receiver at Oregon City, Ore- ment, including nearly everything that Q to our Jangitnge in the way of orthography, ortho-
Saturday of each month in Union hall at 10:30
Direct connection at San Francisco with Occi
! gon, on Feb. 15th. IW8, vU Harvey W. Gilltng- can lie desired for the garden, the lawn, O epy.etyinoiogy, anl definition From it there la no
m. on second Saturday and at 10:30 a. m. on dental and Oriental and Pacific Mail steamship
V ‘JfP®™' I Maa* Perfect aa human effort aod scholar-,
| nam; H. E. 97ltó tor the northwest quarter of
for JAPAN ANDCHINA Sailing dates on
the greenhouse. Valuable new varieties X
T rade marks
Sec 12, T.RJ, R.6 W
GET THE BEST.
cordially Invited to attend our meetings
He names the following witnesses io prove
annino . Commander.
and tickets to Eastern points and Europe.
i his continuous residence upon and cultivation
C opyrights A c
B. F. CiCBiNi, Adjt.
Also JAPAN, CHINA, HONOLULC and AUS
6 G. A- C. MERRrt.lt co., Pnbliahors, i
<»l said land, vir John L Bilger, of McMinn- tried and proved standard sorts.
Aaroa» Mndlng a ekMch and dMcnntlon may
can be obtained from 0. A. WlicA
I ville, Ore., William K. Heckart, of Chase. Ore.,
qulokly ascertain pur opinion free whether un
E lvira assembly No 18. U nited A rtisans — Ticket Agent. McMinnville.
novelties are noted for their uniform ex ^•tKXrOihXlCtHXltXKXXXWMlOOO. Meet
Jaaper Agee, of McMinnville, Ore and Chas
invention U probably patentable Coui tu util ch
first and third Mondav nights of each month
C H MARKHAM,
ttonavtrictlr confidential. Handbook un Patente
Junes, of Chase, Ore.
at 7:30 p. m. in Union block
•eat free. Oldeet aaenev for ••curing patent».
I John L. Bilger, H E.
fur Che sou th vest cellence.
Gan. Freight and Passenger Agent.
W G. HENDERSON, M. A.
Patente taken through Munn A Co. receive
quarter of 8ec. 12, T IB. R <* W
He names the
R KOEHLER. Manager.
J W. BONIS, See.
In vegetables the Gradns pea is a gieat
•ptctal notice, without cnam, in the
follow mg witnesses to prove hiscontlnuous res
advance over all other “extra early" va
ilience upon and cultivation of said laud, vis
W illiain F. Heckart, of Chase, Ore., Harvey W
The Jones wax bean is an es
Gillingham, of McMinnville, Ore , Jasper Agee, rieties.
A handsomely llluetratad weekly
> of McMinnville, ore and ('has. Jones, of Chase. sential gain in that liue. Potato growers V OTK F. i> hereby given that the umlereigned
ealatkm of any
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»nth*. 11. Hold
al! new «dealer*.
»Id by all
M. J. Ball and Lily Ball have been duly
are offered the “White Beauty" as a new appointed
William F Heckart; H K. 9759 for the north
by the countv court of Yamhill
I west quarter of See. G, T. 4 8-, R 5 W. He names
I county, elate ot Oregon, joint executors of tbs
the following witnesses to prove his continuous •
■raoeb office «* F St . Wuhlnxioo, D C.
Ball, deceased, late oi »id eoun-
' resilience upon and cultivation of «aid land, , size, high quality and great productive
iv Now therefor«, all persons having claims
vis: Harvey W. Gillingham, of McMinnville.1
agaiiiat the estate oi said deceased are notified
l*o you know, that Heia Wright carries I orc , John L Bilger, of McMinnville. Ore., ness. But it i« impossible here to note vii.1 required to present them with the proper
Jasper Agee, of McMinnville, Ore., and Charley
a full line of lubricating oils for inachin- ' Jones,
the many valuable offering« of this firm voiwhera. duly verified, within six months from
«»f Chase, Ore.
the date of this notice, to the undersigned ex
CHAS B MtMiRKM, Register
•ery ? Owners of valuable liarvertiug ami
in fruits, flowers and vegetable« if vou ecutors at the office of Rhodes A Rhodes In
Yamhill county, state of Oregou
othsr machinery cannot afford to wiper-
are not a customer of this firm send for McMinnville.
Dated at McMinnville. Oregon, January 5tst
M. J BALL,
intent with poor oils. He carries the l>est
Mrs IJ. Mills will leave next week for their catalogue It is free to all appli 1«*
on the market and they are warranted Chicago. to reside with her eon living cants. Address Janies Vick's Sone, Joint Executors of the Last Will and Testa
menl ot said decesued
RHODES A RHODES, Att'ys tor the Estate
of the World
SHOULD BE IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
The New York Weekly Tribune*
All Her Lile.
The N. Y. Tribune Almanac
A Real Blood Remedy«
The Shasta Route A
OREGONIAN AND REPORTER
ONE YEAR FOR
AN UNEXCELLED OFFER.