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■lent l-latqia Tranifera.
J. H. Nelson, dentist.
EAST AND SOUTH
Frank Abram Powell a ill preach next i Week ending March 22d :
Lord’s day at 11 a. in. on “Eternal Pleas W W McDonald to Edna 8 Green
ures,” in the evening the congregation
85 a sec 30 t 3 r 3.....................
will join in the union Bible service nt the I C Hewett et ux to A W Hewitt
M. E. church.
6.85 a t 5 r3 ...............................
Children and adults tortured by burns, Jas Snyder et ux to R L Booth 40
a sec 1 t 5 r 7............ ,.................
scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases
may secure instant relief by using 1 >e- i C Hew itt et ux to fl W Hewitt
GIVES THE CHOK E OF
i TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL
4!i.lOJths a t 5 r 3 .....................
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It is the great
ExprvM Train» Leave Portland Daily
J S Brooks et ux to Chas Bene
pile remedy. Hill’s Pharmacy.
dict 88.89 a I 3 r a
The Salvation Army is going to have a
Portland.......... 6:00 P M | San Francisco.. 7:45 A A
............. 9:30 AU
sweating in of recruits on Sunday, March
\bove trains stop at all staCons between Port
27th, 1898. All are invited. Also on
land an<l Salem. Turner, ? lari on, Jefferson,
Man h 29th we are going to have Capt. W C Kruger et ux to J L Myers pt
Albany, Tangent. Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg.
lot 2 blk 9 Deekins’ add to New
Junction city, Eugene, (Ytt-ige Grove, Drain,
Hawkes, the divisional baud master and
Oakland hid I all stations fro .1 Roseburg to Ash*
berg ........................................ - - -
mercy box agent, with us, and the transo-
Roseburg Hail Daily.
kintograph, the won lerful talking ma T II Smith to Wm Bloom 45 a pt
chine; grand time predicted. All are
Portland.......... > 30 A M | Roseburg......... 5.20 P M
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J. H. C onnor , Capt. in command.
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
A W Hewitt et ux to 1 C Hewitt
PULL.MHN * BUFFET
What pleasure is there in life with a
10-lOOthsstar 3....... ..........
Chicago Kansas City
headache, constipation and biliousness? A W Hewitt et ux to I C Hewitt
Thousands experience them who could
4.09 at 5 r 3..............................
LOWEST RATES TO ALL
SECOND CLASSSLEEPING CARS,
become perfectly healthy by using De A W Hewitt to 1 C Hewitt 78-100th
Attached to all Through Trains.
Witt’s Little Early Kisers, the famous
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West Side Division.
little pills. Hill s Pharmacy.
J W Henry, sheriff, toR H Lamson
PORTLAND a ND CORVALLIS
Leave Portland Every 4 Days
An agent who was in town thia week
319.75 a pt C E Fendall d 1 c t 5
Mail Traiii Daily, (Except Sunday.)
• • FOR
has a new scheme. “If you will buy my
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i 7:31 A M 1 Lv
Ar 5:60 P M
book,” lie said, “I will make a dollar F M McLeod et ux to Wm Sharp
10:15 A M 1 Lv
Lv 3:0« P M
1:05 P M
profit. Now give me fifty cents, and I
40 a sec 4 t 2 r 4........................
v. ill let you off. It is cheaper for you, B F .Toneset ux to Wm Eads and
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
rains of Or. Central A Eastern Ry.
and takes tip less of my time.”
M J Nance 160 a sec 34 t 5 r 7 . .. 1280
The Phil Sheridan republican club of Maud 8 and Frank Patton to H V
OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER and 1 Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
this place met last Saturday and reorgan D Hobson It 7 blk 17 Central
150 P M I Lv
CITY OF TOPEKA
7:30 P M I Ar
ized and completed arrangements for
add to Newberg........................
8::W P M ; Ar Intlepcndetico
thorough and effective work during the J L Hoskins etux to O & C R R
for Alaska Points,
Direct connection al San Francisco with Occi
campaign. IL 11. Winslow was elected
Co 67-100ths a t 3 r 2 ..............
50 Steamers monthly from Portland to Yokohoma dental
and Oriental und Pacific Mail steantshin
li,r JAPAN ANDCHINA. Sailing dates on
vice president and P. M. Scroggin seere- < Union Lodge No 64 A F & A M to
and Hong Kong, via The Northern Pacific Steam- 1
ship Co. in connection with O. R. <fc N.
tary. Committees were appointed and | Chas Lafollette lot 78 Masonic
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Europe.
For full information call on O. K. & N.
Also I\1*AN, (HINA. HONOLULU and AU*
cemetery Sheridan ...............
it was decided to meet every two weeks.
15 RHODBM A HHODUS, Agents,
fit U l.l can be obtained lt.au G. A. Wilcox,
The next meeting of the club will be Sat
McMinnville, Or Ticket Agent, McMinnville.
C. I! MARKHAM,
I’o you know, that Eisia Wright carries
W. II IH Hi ni HT,
urday, March 26th.—Sheridan Sun.
ta n. Freight ami Passenger Agent.
a lull line of lubricating oils for machin-
Gen. Pass. Agt.
Sunday night dogs got into a band of ery? Owners of valuable harvesting and
sheep belonging to R. O. Jones and other machinery cannot afford to exper
killed or fatally injured thirteen fine iment with poor oils. He carries the best
lambs. The Bheep were in a lot near P. on the market and they are warranted
1!. Durant’s residence. Mr. Jones would not to gum.
They banish pain
be justified in making a raid on some of
the worthless curs about town. A good
dog is all right, but there are too many
of the worthless kind.—Amity Valley
for the county of Yamhill, in equity.
The Oregon Land Co. of Salem made Clarence E. Cundall,
assignment Saturday in favor of Chas. B. N. Daniel, administrator of the I
estate of John H. Maddux, de->
Scott of Woodburn. The Oregon Land ceased; G. M. Fennell, Melvin |
Edwards and Mary E. Ed- |
Company has been a most prominent M.
To G. M. Fennell, one of the defendants above
factor in the upbuilding of Salem and named
Marion county, having been organized I N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
1 You are hereby required to appear and ans
ten years ago with a capital stock of wer
to the complaint tiled against you in the
entitled action by the first day of the
about $20,000. It spent many thousands next (1898)
March term of the above entitled
of dollars in advertising the Willamette court following the expiration of the time pre
scribed in the order for the publication of this
valley throughout the states on the other summons, which first day will be Monday, the
day of March, 1898; and if you fail to so
side of the Rockies and there are numer 28th
appear and answer, for want thereof, plaintiff
ous well-to-do farmers now residing in will apply to said court for the relief demanded
his complaint. The relief demanded is the
Marion county who immigrated to the in
foreclosure of a certain mortgage, executed by
John IL Maddux on November 3d, 1891, and
west through the inducements offered by him
delivered to the Lombard Investment
a corporation, to secure to it the
them by the company. Every citizen in
payment of a certain bond or promissory note
Salem deeply regrets the financial straits of said John H. Maddux, bearing date Novem
ber 3d, 1891, and providing for the payment to
into which the company has fallen and said
Lombard Investment Company on Novem
it is to be hoped that its business affairs ber 1st, 1896, of the sum of $1,000, with interest
thereon at the rates of six and eight per cent,
can be so arranged that it will be per as provided in said bond and mortgage, and a
attorney’s fee for foreclosing said
mitted to resume business in the near reasonable
mortgage; that in said mortgage there was con
veyed to said Lombard Investment Company,
A School Girl's
This record is of especial value to parents. It's a
message from a loving mother dedicated to the mothers
of growing girls. A truthful narrative of the utmost
interest and import.
It is important that the nerves are care
fully guarded. Mothers who have young
daughters of school age should watch their
health more carefully than their studies.
The proper development of their bodies
is of first importance.
After the confinement of the school
room, plenty of out-door exercise should
be taken. It is better that children never
learn their a, b, c's, than that by over
study they lose their health.
All this is self-evident. Everyone ad
mits it—-everyone knows it, but everyone
does not know how to build the health up
when once broken down, even the best
physicians failing at tunes.
The following method of Mrs. Stephen
Barnes, whose po-.t office address is Bur
ney, Ind., if rightly applied, may save
When her daughter Lucy was at that
critical girlhood age of twelve years she
grew weak and nervous.
“Previously she had been a bright,
healthy young girl,” says Mrs. Barnes,
“She was diligent and progressive in her
“ It became necessary, however, for her
to leave school.
“She was overtaxed mentally and
“Her nerves were at such a tension
that the least noise irritated her.
“She had continual twitching in the
arms and lower limbs and symptoms of
St. Vitus’ dance.
“Her blood was out of order she was
thin and pale, almost lifeless. In three
months she lost twenty-three
“We did evetything pos-ible
and she had the best ot medical treatment.
“Several skilled physician, attended
her, but no benefit was apparent.
’• A family friend visiting us, told how
her daughter had been similarly affected,
but cured by Dr. Williams’ Pink Fills for
“She urged us to try the pills, and we
“We have always rejoiced that wc did.
“The pills helped Lucy at once, and
alter taking eight boxes she was entirely
“She is now in perfect health, strong,
weighs ten pounds more than ever before,
and her cheeks are full of colcr.
“Two years of schooling were missed
on account of ill health, but new she can
gratify her ambition to study and l-cccrne
an educated woman.”
The reason that Dr.Williams’Pink Pills
for Pale People were helpful in the above
case, is that they are composed of vegeta
ble remedies which act oirectly on the
impure blood, the foundation of disease.
As the blood rushes through all parts
of the body, the conveyer of good or bad
health, it is necessary that it shculd he
pure, rich and red.
Dr. Williams’ Pink Fills build up the
blood by supplying its life giving elements
which nourishes the various organs, stim
ulating them to activity in the perform
ance of their functions and thus drives
disease from the system.
The pills are in universal demand and
sold by all druggists.
The Shasta Route
A new line of tobacco and cigars jllflt
received at Bettman & Warren’s.
The Evangelist Ross is holding meet-
inds in the M. E. church at Salem.
Good wringers, all styles and prices
from $1.50 up. Hodson sells them.
M ethodist E piscopal Services every
Geo. Flesher is supposed to be en route
Sabbath 11 :90 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
school 9:30 a m. I’rayer meeting 7:00 p via ocean steamship from Santa Barbara.
ui. Thursday. 1). T. H ummebvillk , Pastor.
J. W. Ballinger has bought the Evans
C l ’ mh . P resbyterian Services every Sab
bath 11:00a in and 7:30 p. ni. Sunday property on north E street, and will soon
school 9:30 a. in. Y. P. ( I’., Sunday 6:30 move therein.
in. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7 :30 p. m
Wait, till the Easter millinery bills
E E. T hompson , Pastor.
Services in the C'hristian church : Preach- come in ; then those fierce men who want
geverv Lord’s day at 11 a m. and 7:30
Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. war can have it.
. Sunday School at 9:1.5 a. m. Prayer
Hoskins will repair your harness or
meeting Thursday, 7 :3op m. •
you new, and put you in good shape
F. A. P owbll , Pastor.
S t . J ames E piscopal C hurch —Lay-Ser for spring work. See him.
vices every Sunday al 11 o’clock a. m.
Miss Emma McGee will return to Mc
S t . J ames C atholic —First st., between Minnville from Santa Barbara, Calif.,
GandH. Bunday school 2:30 p. in.
this week, having started Monday night
pers 7 :80. bervices once n month.
T. B kiody , Pastor
W. C T. . U. . —Meets on . every
Horse shoeing, all kind of repair work,
day at 2:30 |>. in. In reading room, Kegg
plow sharpening, etc., done at lowest
ViKoiMA W. G bovkh . I’res
U lva P. N eal , See.
rates by E. F. Sutherland, at Johnson’s
old stand on B street.
Mrs. G. I). Arnold of Fort Scott, Kan
KNOWLIS CHAPTER No, 12, O. E. S. Meets at sas, arrived here last week on a visit to
for the purpose of securing said note, the fol
lowing described real property, situated in the
Masonic hull the 2d aixi 1th Monday evening
county of Yamhill, state of Oregon : The north
In each month. Visiting members cordiailv in her sister, Mrs. M. Underwood.
the southwest quarter and the south
MYRTA APPERSON, W. M.
Now ia the time half of of the
Geo. W. Jones inaugurates the spring
R. L. CONNER. Sou.
northwest quarter, excepting there
(10) acres in»square form in the north
A. O. U. W.—Charity Lodge Nt». 7 meets first and campaign in public improvement by a
thereof, all in section two (2) of
third Fridays of each month, 7:30 p. 111. Lodge
township three (3) south and range five (5) west
new fence and sidewalk in front of his
room in Union block.
meridian, containing in all
W. IL ELETCHER, M. W.
hundred and fifty (150) acres, more or less,
J. D. BAKER, Bccorder.
spring tonic to one
according to government survey; plaintiff now
Yamhill Lodge Nt». 10 I), of H. meets in Union
The call extended by the session of the
being, by reason of the assignment of said bond
strengthen the and
hall second ami fourth Friday evenings of each
unpaid coupons and ot said mortgage the
Presbyterian church to Rev. Geo. D.
present owner of thesame; and further, a de
No matter what the i matter is, one will do you
cree barring you from anv and all right, title,
CU8TKR P ost N o . 9—Meets the second and fourth Willingham of Stanford, Ills., has been
Saturday of each month in Union hall at 10:3t’
pare for the extra above described real property.
good, and you can get ten for five cents."
a. m. on second Saturday ami nt 10:30 a in. on accepted, and the new preacher will be
This'summons is published by order of Hon.
ith Saturday. All members <>1 the order are
cont’lnimr Tax ri - ax . rUKn.ES in a paper cn rim (without
i> no. »o.
II. IL Hewitt, judge of the above entitled court,
cordially invited to attend our meetings.
E. F. M anning , Commander.
to th. Km.ss CBRM1C.L LX,MCA. V. h'„. IQ
The Methodist church of this city elec the system is thoroughly over
B. F. Cl.U rink , Adjt.
MILTON W. SMITH,
TABUua, „ill b. «,0t tor Hr. evnts. Bml urndTcmo ever .uAj» 2 thï^rl*
Attorney for Plff.
ted delegatee to the county S. S. conven hauled—there is a general house- 8-7
E lvira A ssembly N o 18. U nitfi » A rtisans
Meet first und third Monday nights of each month tion now in session nt Newberg as fol cleaning going on within.
at 7:30p. m. in Union block.
lows: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoberg, J. impurities that have been accumu
W G. HENDERSON. M. A.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
J. W. BONES. See.
O. Rogers, H. Fleischaner, Daisy Her latine for a year must be got for the County of Yamhill.
William Me Chrisman, Plaintiff,)
bert and Emma Brown
ten rid of, and the system reno
Weed, E. L. Weed and |
Don’t annoy others by your coughing, vated and prepared for the siege j Max M.
J. Brandenstein, doing bus- >
and risk your lite bv neglecting 11 cold. I
under the firm name of |
of summer. Unless Nature is as i iness
Max J. Brandenstein 4 Co., De-i
One .Minute Cough Cure cures coughs,
To Max J. Brandenstein, doing business un
colds, croup, grippe and all throat and
der the firm name of Max J. Brandenstein <k
lung troubles. Hill's Pharmacy.
i Co., one of the above named defendants:
■ N THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
Twenty-five persons near Toledo were breakdown is the result. Some 1 You are hereby required to appearand ans
wer the complaint tiled against you in the
•■erioiisly att'ected by eating head-cheese
above entitled suit on or before the first day of
T rade M arks
brought to the vicinity by late arrivals I sistance, and as a result they are the next regular term of the circuit court of
1 the state of Oregon for the county of Yamhill,
C opyrights 4 c
from Minnesota, Prompt and skillful overcome by an enervating, de- to wit: Monday, the 28th day of March, A. D.
An fono sending r sketch and <lei<?rh»tlon nuiv
1898.and if you fail sq to answer, for want there An Album of
«julckly atoertaln our opinion < • > «nether 1111
medical assistance, however, prevented pressed feeling, their energies re- of
the said plaintiff will apply to the court for
invention is probnblv p »tvnMble < • iniiiunb »
the relief prayed for in the complaint herein,
(ions Htrtetly » « ntldeiitIni. Handbook on Patents
any fatal results.
lax, appetite fails, and they are to-wit;
a judgment against the defendants Cla rare Photographs
•ent free. Oldest agency for swurlmj pntonts.
Patents taken through Munn A- < r. receive
Prof. Boardman, temporary supply of totally disabled for a season. ra M Weed and E, L Weed for the sum of
•Perininotice, without ebani *. in the
♦794 47, together with interest thereon from the
the pulpit of the Cumberland Presbyter- Everybody just now needs a tonic, 18th day of April, A. D. 1897t at the rate of ten of the Wonders
per cent per annum, all inU. S. gold coin, and
inn church, is giving some tine exegetical and Swift's Specific
jw.oo reasonable attorney’s fee, together with
handsomely Illustrated weekly, i :ii’ve•* < o-.
the costs and disbursements of said suit, and of the Universe.
sermons, eucli as rivet the attention of
ef any scientific Journal. Terno. ? - a
for a decree foreclosing the mortgage described
vear; four months, $1. Hold by all newsdealers.
his hearers and cause them Io think.
in the said complaint, and ioran order of sale
of the mortgaged real premises described in
MUNN & CO ^niBrnadwny. New York
512 Pages. lO‘iiXl2S Inches. Weight 6'4 lbs
1-’ Bt., Washington, 1). U.
lows, to-wit: Lot No. ¡34 in block No. 36. in Oak The World’s Storehouse has given up its choicest historic
is logically the best tonic on the Park
addition to the city of McMinnville, Yam
county, state of Oregon, together with the
Treasures for this Book.
Whoopingcough is the most distressing market. The general health needs hill
tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances
malady ; but its duration < an be cut short building up, hence a tonic is needed thereunto belonging or in any wise appertain
ing, and that out of the money arising from
by the use of One Minute Cough Cure,
such sale there be paid the several sums of
From the Subjects at Large We Name a Few:
money found due the plaintiff as aforesaid, to
which is also the liest known remedy for
gether with the costs and expenses of said sale,
East River Docks, New North River Rrnigo. Vanderbilt R<«idences B ortok
croup and all lung and bronchial troubles. is purely vegetable, and is the only and the overplus, if any, be paid to the person Commonwealth Avenue. Boston Common. Faiieuil Hall. S cf . vex ix the Kocxua and Y eilow
or persons entitled to receive the same, and stone P abk . C alifornia Mirror Lake Summit Rock. Big Tree- Yosemite V h II. v Lick ofijrtS
blood remedy that is guaranteed that the defendants, and each of them, and all lory. Stanford University, Chinatown . letc. M exk - o t’th.slral’, B^
Jr. etc tolw
pt ’-sons claiming by, through or under them or A merica : Statue- Cathtsirais and Cemeteries. H awah : Palaces Oroves etc I n S a - g SS
Prof. John Harlaud. representing the to coutain no potash, mercury, or either
of them, be foreclosed and forever barred Buddha. Tai MaheI, Temple of 500 Gods. Golden Pagoda, Temples, Mausoleums. Ruins. T he H oly
all equity of redemption in or claim to said L and : Baalbec, Darnstc is, Street 'Straight, Jarta. Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Jerusalem Solo
improved 18-karat oil painting, is in the other harmful mineral ingredient. of
premises, and every part and parcel thereof, tnons Temple. Bethlehem. River Jordan, Dead Sea. etc. A frica Eavotian Scenes Tcmnle«
< itv this week. TIi* process consists of It is Nature’s remeiiv, being made and for an order authorizing and directing the Pvramlds. Ancient Cemeteries, S pain Gibraltar, Seville '.f. -qne ot Conlova AlhanX’a Court of
sheriff of Yamhill county, Oregon, to place the Lions. I taly : Naples and Mt. T esuvius, Interior of Snn Martino, most richly d< corated church in
taking 11 print on glass by chemical
at said sale in possession thereof on the world, Pompeii,Panthwn Forum coliseum statuary, Paintings, Tomb«, Cathedrals etc etc
from roots and herbs gathered purchaser
t be tiny of same, and for such other and further Scenes in \ enice. St. Marl’s Church Bridge of sigh- Giant's 'laircaae. Leaning Tower cilSibu?
means ami then developing by use of
at Genoa, ajc. P axjb Notre Dame. Trocadero. Eiti.l Tower, The Madeline lio" Ide
be meet and equitable in the
a roller and paints. Some very pretty from Nature'sgreut storehouse. It I premises.
Ville, Grand Opera House. Arch ot Triumph. Louvre Gallery. Painting. Statuary. Tomba Palaces
etc. B elgii m . H olland , S witzerland and all their Treasures. G ecmany
thoroughly cleanses the blood of of for six consecutive weeks by order of Hon. Interiors,
pictures are produced in this way.
Museurm Statue of Frederick the Great. Royal Palace. Interior Royal Man«oleum; Dn-aden Ga SSu
H. H. Hewitt, judge of said court made on the Sistine Madonna. Cologne Cathedral. The Passion Play. Vienna. St. Stephen'a ChurehPaJioBAliA
For tlie next 30 days I will sell wall
9th dav of February, A. D. 1898.
OgCotnTABnsoPLX: Mosques. Tombs, etc R i sbia : M oscow . St. Petersburg. Rojal Muteum 8t
JNO. J. SPENCER.
laaac's < athedral. Royal l alace great B ritain Shakesr-are s Theatre in.‘ iTnnio tr—w'ioi,'
paper at wav down prices to make room eral health, renews the appetita
Tkw ~“er ?UrlTU1
Trwns'irHi- Square. St. tel's. We-tmin«ter i" »ute'.IfTZrilt
Attorney for Plaintiff.
' for new stock on the way. 1 do not carry aud imparts new life and vigor to
ment. Towers of Ixrudon. Liverpool Docks S cotland : Ellens Isle, Stirling Castle John Knox
House. Edinburgh. Holyrood Castle Sackville Sirvet. Dublin, etc., etc.
*' J°n“ *-nox
wall paper as a side inue. This is your the entile system.
Jt is the only book ever executed in Photographic Colors at
typhoid fever and other prevalent
H. C. B urns .
l aiui office at Oregon City, Oregon
Feb ikl I'-VS.
A colony of about 50 immigrants from
’oTIi'E 1» hereby given that the following A liberal education in Wond s History acquired while being entertained. A trip around tbs
Minnesota passed over the C. A E Wed
X natneil settler ha« tiled notice of her in
in an hour. The delights of travel with-.ut its discomfort« it-, benefit withe
tention to make final proof in support of her
nesday on their way to Lincoln county, cleansed and
claim, ami (hat said pryof will be made before The book is printed on the very finest grades of -uper sized and super calendered and heavy enam
where they expect to purchase land and toned up with
rhe county clerk of Yamhill Cpunt», at Mc
eled book paper, made especially for this book, and bound In the richest bindings
Minnville, Oregon, on April 30th, IS88, Vi« ,
go into manufacturing enterprises. They ' S. 8. 8. in the
Lucv Gill; It K.
for the northwest Quar
ter of Sec t4,T. 4S . R.6 W
came here on representation ui O. O.
Site name, the following witnesses to prove
spring. Get 8.
Crogstead, of the Yaquina Mercantile
her i-ontinuou« resilience upon and cultivation
of wild land, via., Charles Sumner Jonea and Silk Cloth. Side »nd Back, Stamped in Gold
Company, which has already done much
Robert Worthington Farmer of Chive. Oregon,
The Reporter one year and a copy of this Artistic work
toward the development of the industries
B aptist —Services Sunday 11 a. ni. und
7:30p. ni ; Sunday school 9:50 a in.; the
young peonie’, ocÌut v »i I.» p m
meeting Thursday 7:30 p.
meeting fir^t Tlmr-dny ev« uimr before the
first Sunday of each month.
K. \V. K ing , Pastor,
of the World
of Lincoln.—Corvallis Times.
( HAS B MOORES. Register.