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W. D. Wright is reported quite ill
with the grip.
A new line of tobacco and cigars just
Hear Glee club, Friday 24th.
received at Bettman & Warren’s.
School books at Hembree’s.
Grand Calico ball at Campbell’s hall
Fay Swick, elocutionist, Friday, 24tb. on Feb. 22d, under the management of
/J thousands of them, are suf-
C. Griesen’s new stock of wall paper. 6 the Terpsichorean dancing club. There
() feTing From lingering dis-
The days are lengthening and picnic will also be a prize cake-walk.
For Infante aud €L;:Idrcn.
(£ eases induced by life in
I time is coming.
A commemorative Willard meeting will
poisonous uou/hern camps,
be held in the Baptist church Friday,
js. the result of changes of
the opera house, Friday, 24th.
the 17th, at half past seven o’clock. The
y climate, ot of imperfect
x-y nutrition caused, by ini-
For Sale—Several tons of baled hay at Treble Clef club will furniBh music for
/ proper and. badly cooked
the evening. All pastors of the city are
I to.50 per ton
M annihg Enos.
(G; food. Sleeping on the ground
to take part. A welcome to all.
Mrs. F. FI. Johnson and children are
has doubtless developed
.¿¡Vegetable Prcparationfor As
At the Baptist church next Sunday-
: /¡siting her mother in Salem.
Ji rheumatism in hundreds
similating llie Food and Regula
(.7 who were predisposed to
Beltman de Warren candle their eggs
ting th2 Siomaiiis andBowels of
be "is Jesus Christ Divine?” and in the
j/ the disease. In such cases
before they leave the store.
evening a continuation of the theme
(G. '**5 ^°Yi of 98 may take
J. 1*. Irvine is struggling with the grip under the subject “If so, what then?”
Vii 4 lesson from the experi
ence of the
All persons who may be in any doubt, or
The >ew Home and Climax sewing to whom the question is not clear, are
and Rest.Contains neither
machines, needles and extras at C. Gris- cordially invited to be present at both
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
James McCain and George W. Jones
S. H. Maris, the gardener, reports
went to Salem Tuesday, to look in on considerable damage from the cold
Hundreds of the Boys
weather of last week. It destroyed his
of 63 have testified to the
Pumplm Sciti "
efficacy of Dr. Williams'
D. C. Derby almost suffered an attack winter cabbage, and what is more un
P|nk Pills foT Pale People
of paralysis last week, and is forced to usual, all his rose bushes are killed, even
itoauUt Salts •
in driving out malaria,
the hardy Hermosa. Mercury went one
walk with a cane.
Theumatism and other
Curii HHUt Said *
degree below zero at his place at 3 a. m.,
diseases contracted duTing their diys of h&Tdìhip
grip,” was the bulletin on the door of
and privation in the at my.
These pills ate the best
A. 1). Hoskins’ harness shop this week. in the wheat fields are damaged, and it
tonic in the world.
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
J. N. Wisecarver is home from Califor was very fortunate that snow covered the
Asa Robinson, of Mt Stirling, Ill., is a veteran of the Civil war, having
tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea,
served in the tijrd Pennsylvania Volunteers, lie went to the war a vigor
nia where ho has been for his health
ous farmer's boy and came buck broken tn health, a victim of sciatic rheu
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
damage equal to that sustained in 1881,
matism. Most of the time he was until ted for manual labor of any kind,
since last fall, lie seems to be all right
and his sufferings were at all times intease. Hr says ; “Nothing seemed
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
to give me permanent relief until three wears ago, when my attention was
called to some of the wonderful cures effected by Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills
Maris observed that the cold in this
Facsimile Signature of
for Pale People. I had not taken more than half a 1 m > x when I noticed an
The annual school meeting will be held country goes in streaks. One neighbor
improveme nt in my condition, and I keep on improving steadily. To them
in Columbus building on the first Mon hood may be considerable colder than
I owe my restoration to health. They are a grand remedy.”— Mt. Stirling
De mac ra t- Mis sag a.
day of March, at 2:30 p. m. The term of the one a mile or half-mile distant.
At bll druggists, or sent postpaid, on receipt of price, 50cts per
Director Irvine will expire ou that date. After a close examination of his fruit
box . **
Dr Williams rdedicine Co., Bo» V, Schenectady.H .Y.
Joab 1*. Beeler of Amity died of in trees he finds that all his peaches are
flammation of the bladder on Monday .the killed, as well as most of last year’s
13th inst., and was buried the following growth. Cherries are about oue-third
exact copy of wrapper .
day, Rev. Baldwin of I mlependenee con killed.
Blackberry vines are killed.
NOTICI; (H IXEilTitlX.
ducting the funeral service. Deceased Other fruits seem to be all right, with no
IVTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned was an old settler in that section, and sign of sun scald on south side of apple
IN has been, by the county court for Yam
was OS years old. H. C. Burns of this trees, which is so common after a hard
hill County. Oregon, duly appointed execu
trix of the estate of E. N. Ford, de city officiated as us^lertaker.
freeze. The extent of damage done fruit
ceased. All persons, therefor, having any
claims against said estate, are hereby notified
The Salem Statesman cautions hop in Marion and Polk counties seems to be
to present them to me, duly verified, at my res
idence in McMinnville, Oregon, on or before growers as follows: “We advise our hop considerable. A Salem paper says that
six months from this date.
growing friends to not contract their hops in the vicinity of Eola the peach buds
bated Jan. 13th, H99.
SUSIE M. FORD,
at 10 ct»; but to not speculate with their are all killed, and in many instances the
Executrix of the Estate of E N. Eord, de
Owing to tbe inactivity of business during the months of January and February,
product after it is in the bales. Get your trees are badly frozen. The cherry and I will make a specialty of the Optical business, and will, with the latest and finest
Connecting at YAQUINA with the
and pear buds have also suffered a simi outfit in Yatuhill county, test your eyes free of charge.
Yaqiliua Ua> Stmimship Company,
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OE
and baled neatly, and then sell them for lar fate, and the trees of the thrifty
i:\E(i tki x.
D. A. SMITH, Optician
cash in hand. Don’t contract; don’t growing varieties such as Royal Ann
XT OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, consign; don’t speculate.”
Watchmaker, Jeweler and Engraver.
cherries and Bartlett pears have also
■ * Lucretia E. Nelson, has been duly ap
Next door to postoffice, McMinnville, Oregon.
suffered. In the case of hardier trees,
pointed by thecounty court of Yamhill county,
St. Valentine was the most lovable
Oregon, sole executrix of the last will and tes
tament of A. J. Nelson, deceased, late of said saint that over lived, and it is said he
First-class In every respect. One of the above county. Ail persons having claims against the
affected. In the Garden Road district
steainers is due to sail from Yaquina
estate of said decedent are hereby notified ami lit the torch of love that has been burn
the fruit is all killed and the trees have
about every live days.
rwiulred topresent them with proper vouchers,
duly verified, within six months from the date ing brightly ever since. Lads ami lassies
Hhorteal route- between valley points and Ban of this notice to the undersigned executrix, at of McMinnville sent to their sweethearts suffered a similar fate, the bark on the
Imr residence in McMinnville, Yamhill county,
loving remembrances of St. Valentine
Fare: Albany and points west to San Fran
Dated January JHh, 1X99.
last Tuesday, the anniversary of the date freezing. In the Red Hill district the
LUCRETIA E. NELSON,
Executrix of the last will and testament of upon which the good saint died a martyr fruit is only injured in the low and un
............................ Iio 00 A. I. Nelson, deceased.
expected places. Some places the tops
to the tender passion.
RHODES & RHODES, Atty’s for the Estate.
LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ALL
of the trees are badly frozen, but not
POLITICAL PAPERS IN THE WEST
For sailing days apply to
The pupils in the Columbus building enough to injure the tree. At “The Wil
A1IMINISTK ATOR'N NOTICE.
H. L. WALDEN,
• Always American-------- Always Republican
lows” Mr. Wallace reports the pear crop
T. F. &P, A.
Monday and held a little observance of all killed, but the apple buds uninjured,
II. H."< RONISE, Agent, Albany.
OTICE Is hereby given that the county court
of Yamhill county, State of Oregon, Ims Lincoln’s birthday.
Dr. Grannis and while the prunes will probably have ail
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL
duly appointed the undersigned administrator
the estate of Thomas Carlin, late of said Director John Evenden spoke very en that they < au bear to perfection. The
THE NEWS AND BEST CURRENT LITERATURE
WILLAMETTE RIVER DIVISION. of
county, deceased. All persons having claims tertainingly of the great ami martyred
against the estate of mh id deceased are hereby
trees on the prairies suffered most, as
and required to present the same duly president and gave some amusing anec
Steamer Win. M. HOAG, notified
Every Column is Bright, Clean and Packed with News
they were wholly without protection.
verified as required by law, within six months
date of this notice, to R. A. Bird, at dotes whose authorship President Lincoln The smaller fruits, excepting the straw
(Cupt. Geo. Raabe)
his store in Lafayette, Yamhill county, state of is credited w ith. The pupils were much
The Literature of its columns is
berries, are also badly injured, the plants
Running regularly between Portland Oregon.
Dated this 2d day of February, 1899.
pleased with the observance.
equal to that of the best maga
and Corvallis, stopping at all
zines, It is interesting to the
ltrs. Wright and l«ewis of this city were best thing to do for the trees that are
NU'I'K I'. Ol I IN II. NETTI EM ENT.
children as well as the parents.
week, in securing the modification of a
the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon,
INTER OCEAN is a WESTERN NEWSPAPER, and while it
tinder the old ami be ready to protect
Down river, Tuesdays/Thursdays and_Satur for In Yamhill
< ounly .
bill uffecting the interests of dentists the tree by the time the old one comes
«lays. Leaves Cut viillls 6 a. 111 Albany, 7 a m
In the matter of the assignment of A. J. Ap-
ings to the family THE NEWS OF THE WORLD and gives its
Buena Vista, s a. in.. Independence, '.»a. in
The particular sections they desired to off.
an insolvent debtor.
lent, 10 a. in.: Newberg, 12 39 p. m.; arrive at
readers the best and ablest discussions of all questions of the day, it is in
K’ OTICE is hereby given t iiat tlie undersigned have amended were those which pro
Portland, 10 p. m.
• full sympathy with the ideas and aspirations of Western people and discusses
Upriver, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
as such assignee in the above named vided that no student of dentistry was
Leaves Port land <» a. in.; Newberg, 10.30 a. in.. account
t literature and politics from the Western standpoint.
court in theabove entitled cause, and that said
Malem, 3 ;Ml p. m. Inde|»endeiice. 5 p. in.: Buena Anal account will be heard and passed upon by eligible to a diploma who had not served
Vista, <’30 p. in
Albany, 9:30 p. tn.. arrive nt said court on the 17th day of April, 1899, at the
• -------- $1.00-PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR-$1.00--------
Corvallis, II p. m.
hour of one o'clock in the afternoon of said day. an apprenticeship of three years, and
This steamer has been equipped with first class al the circuit court room of said court at the that no one could assist a dentist without
accommodations, including an elegant piano court house at McMinnville, Oregon.
! THE DAILY AND SUNDAY EDITIONS OF THE INTER OCEAN •
Now, therefore, all persons interested in said ultimately making application for a di
Unsurpassed lor carry ing both freight and passen
estate are hereby notified and required to ap plums.
ARE THE BEST EVER SEEN IN THE WEST.
pear at said time and place set for tin* hearing
EDWIN STONE. Manager, Albany. Or.
of said final account and show cause, if any
C. (I. COKI’.R, Agent, Portland, Or. foot of there be, why said account should not be al'
Price of Dally by mail......................... f i 00 per year
lowed and approved and said insolvent debtor in Ilia travels last week came across an troubles, and is often the result of an
Price of Sunday by mall
»2 00 per year
freed and discharged from any and all liability
J. Tl RN'ER, Agent. Albany. Or.
on account of any unsatisfied portion of the in
debtedness existing against Inin prior to his It contained the following:
“Ciiilcott is the only remedy which goes deep
making said assignment, an<l why said estate
EAST AND SOUTH should
not l»v forever and finally settled, said Pass Hotel, 222 Icicle street. Rates |8 enough to reach Scrofula ; it forces out
The Reporter and Ihter Ocean one year for $1.35.
assignee discharged and his bondsmen exon
per day in advance. Black Jack. Crap every trace of the disease, and cures
Dated this the 2 >th da v of January, A. D ¡>99. ami stud Poker games rim by the man the worst cases.
LEE I Al l.HI.IN.
Assignee 01 said Estate.
agement. Dogs bought and sold. In
My son, Charllr, was afflicted from infancy
RAMSE\ A FENTON, A ft *ys for said Assignee
sect Powder for sale at the bar. Rules with Scrofula, and he suffered so that it was
and regulations: Guests will be provided impossible to dress him
for three years. His
xx the undersigned has been appointed ad
with bunk, breakfast and sup|>er, but head and laxly were a
ministrator of the estate of S. Forehand, <ie-
In the circuit court of the State of Oregon for
eeased, by an order made by Hon. K. P. Bird,
R yptirt —Services Sunday 11 a. m. and
must furnish their own lunch.
Hot mass of sores, and his
tliv eoiinfy of Yamhill.
school 9:50 a m.; the
water, soap, towels and candles charged eyesight also became
S’anihill. state of Oregon, and entered in the I’oung people s society 6:lo p iu
Express Trains Leave Portland Daily
extra. Spiked boots must lie removed was spared that we
and that all persons having r. claim or claims meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m.
Nettie H. Gaines, W.V Rinelieart. I
against the said estate ar»‘ required to present meeting first Thursday evening before the
at night before retiring. No dogs al thought would relieve
Amanda 8. Rineheart, William f
him. but he grew worse
the same, with the proper vouchers, witnin six first Sunday of each month.
Hawes, /.oe A Hawes', Annie F. 1
P 'I I Han Francisco . s 15 A M
month* from the date of thi* notice, to said ad
R. W. K ino , Pastor.
Sehwatka, Geo. B Currey and Jen- |
v Heroes of the
War with Spaan
Heroes of the
Corvallis & Eastern
January and February
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Scrofula, a Vile
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The Shasta Route
Hau Francisco >u0 P M I Portland
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Above trains stop at all station'- l«etwt«,n Port
laud ami Salem. Turner, Manon, Jefferson,
Albany, Tangent, Bhedds, Halsey, Harrisburg.
Junction City, Eugene, Cott.ire Grove. Drain.
< >akland aml all stations from Roseburg to Ash
Hoar l»urg Mail Hally.
Portland.......... s :«» A M I Ro*ebmg
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Boeeburg.......... t" A M I Portland
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DINING CARS ÜN OGDEN ROUTE.
PU LL.7WPC N » BUFFET
SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS.
Attached to all Through l'iiiiiia.
West Hide I’ty boon.
Mail Train Daily» (Except Sunday.)
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1I.-.V» r M ,' Ar
Ar I A ’O P M
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At Albany mid Corvallis connect with
trains of Or. Outrai A b.nMrni Ily.
Exprvaa Train Daily» (Except Sunday»)
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7:80 >’ M 1 Ar
P M I 4r lutivpeii
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Retiate tl<‘k« t« on »ale between l‘«»rtlai»«l Sac
mmriilo and Hau Franc M O. N« ( rale* IU tirai
< laas, and til <w<-ou«l < In ms in« bt«l mg slet’in r.
. II MARKHAM,
tiri». Freight an«l ra^-enger Agent.
Kates ami tivkeU m » •Hern tM»h fs an«! Europe.
Also JAPAN. < HIN V HONOl.l l.U am! AU8
IRA LIA ran !*• obtain« •d from
O. 4. D/Zcox or W. U. (iorfner.
Ticket Agents. Me Minavi Ite.
R. KOKHLKK, Manag« r.
To Samuel L. Gaines, blank A. Gaines, Nettie
S. Gaines, W . V. Rinehrart, \manda s. Rim-
heart, W illiam Hawes, Zoe A. liases and Annie
F. schwatka, the almve named dvieiidants:
IN THE. \ \ Mb OF lit! STATE OF OREGON,
you and each of you, are hereby reqiiirc<l to
appear aud answer tne complaint nh-<i against
von in the atmvv entitled suit on or before the
last day of the tinn* prescribed in the order for
the publication of this summons upon you, to-
wit, the jitli »lay of March. A. D. lN‘r», and it
you so ( m H to niqH-ni and answer, for want then -
of, the plain tiff will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in her < omplaint, towit, a dt*-
erev foreclosing that certain mortgage given by
one Sarah B Gaines to one Jennie 1. t’urrvy oil
the >th day of July, A D. isyji, on the following
descried real premises, to-wit: Beginning at a
|H»int '?*• 3.» chains non th of the nw corner of Hee.
16 in T. 5 8. R. 3 W . in Yamhill county, state of
Oregon, then»-« W .7.mH hains, thence s. ju.s?
chains, thence E. 77.(>i> chains, thence N. A».>7
chains to the pla< e of beginning, < ontaining h»l
acre«, the same Itvinga part of the 1>. I..
AI bet t and Sarah Game». Also the following
de*eril»vd tract ot land in »aid «auintv and »tale
t«»-wit Beginning at a |s»int •*» to chains 8. of
the nw corner ot saul »ectloit No hi, thence E
:v J challis, thence s. vs. «-hains. thence W 4.0.»
chains, llience N JO.s? « liaina to the placed I m
ginning, containiiig h .22 acres, to secure the
laiyiuvnl ot ac rtaiii promissory note tor the
•um of 91,(Mid, gl tel) by said Sa ran B Gaines to
-aul Jennie < ‘ (*urny on said *th day of July.
\ I’ iss’.i,and »»n wliii'h note there is now un
itaid an«i du«' the nun of ItitttOl). together with
interest th«'r««»n front June 1*1, 1.H91, at th«’ rate
ot ten per cent annum, and w hieti said m«»rtgage
ami note the said plaintiff is now the owner by
h -sik inn«‘nt an«l endorsement front the said Jen
nie < . I'ltrrev, and Ibr an order d sale of fifteen
acres of land in a s«|uarv form situate in the
*ec»»rnerol sant tract «»( hunt first above de
scribed, and f«»r a decree barring and f« «reel« is I ng
you, and earh ot you, from all right and eqnitv
d re«leniption in said i > acres of land, and
rvrrv part thereof.
Tills stimm«»ns i« served by miblication there
of tor six <x»nMt'iiHv«‘ weeks, by «a«ler of Hon
R. P. Bird, county Judge of \amliill county,
state «»t Oregon. ma«lv February Mh. X. 1». 18!»“.
the first publnatiou of this summon* living
February wih. A. l> IBM.
JNO. J >PEN» ER,
Attorney tor Flaiuiitl
ministrator, at the office of R. L. Conner, attor
M ethodist E piscopal —Services every
G. N. Reynolds, of the D street meat almost despaired of hie
ney at law, iu the city of McMinnville, Yamhili
ever being cured, when
county, state of Oregon.
Sabbath 11 :u0 a. iu. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
market, was within three hundred miles by the advice of a friend
Dated this 9th day of February, 1899.
chool9:30a in. Prayer meeting 7:00 p.
gave him 8. S. S.
H. W. HOGUE,
of the Klonkike river ns early as 1878. we
at. Thursday. G eo . W. G bannis , Pastor.
I Swift’s .Specific). A de
Administrator of the estate of 8. Forehand,
cided Improvement was the result, and after deceased
C cmr . P resbyterian —Serv’icesevery Sab-
Willi others he invaded the Cassiar dis ^ie
tied taken a dozen bottles, no one who knew
REED A HOGUE and R. I.. CONNER, Attor bathll:00a iu and 7:30 p. m. 8unday
trict. They foil ml some gold almost ot his former dreadful condition would have neys
9:30 a. m. Y. P. C. E.. Sunday 6:30
reeoentred him. All the sores on bls body
everywhere they went, but the draw have
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. nt.
healed, his skin la perfectly clear and
and he has been restored to perfect
G eo . W. F ender , Pastor.
back then, as Mr. Reynolds believes is smooth,
M rs . 8. s M abry .
NOTICE OF APPOHiTWE^T OF
Services in the Christian church : Preach-
still (lie case, was that the three months
360 Kim St.. Macon. Ga.
ADHnixTR VT9R WITH
ingeverv Lord’s day at 11 a m. and 7::<0
of suitable weather for mining w as too
For real blood troubles it is a waste
Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p.
H ILE AMSEXED.
short a time to get returns adequate to ' of time to expect a cure front the doc
m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer
meeting Thursday, 7 :30p m.
compensate for the time and labor ex tors BI ixm I diseases are beyond their
’OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
F. A. P owell , Pastor.
pended. Mr. Reynolds does not believe skill. Swift’s Specific,
has been by the county court of Yamhill
S t J ames C atholic —First st., between
that gold is found in that country in the
with will annexed, of the estate of Alexander G and H. Sunday school 2:30 p. m.
enormous quantities that some are claim
pers 7 :30. Services once a month.
Now. therefore, all persons having claims
T. .1 M orrow , Rector.
ing. While on lXifot creek in '78 he
against said estate, are hereby notified and re
T. U.—Meets on every Fri-
;>icked up a tine nugget of gold which lie reaches all deep-seated cases which quired to present the same duly verified, to the
at his residence near Wheatland, Liv at 2 3o p. m. in H ading room. Kegg
«Ather remedies have no effect upon. It undersigned
still lias in his possession.
Yamhill county, Oregon, within six month
V irginia \\ . L« rover , Pres
is the only blood remedy guaranteed in
from the date hereof
E lva P. N eal , Sec.
Dated this the 14th dav of February. A. D.
Pliil. Withycombe, the extensive tile purely vegetable, and contains no pot 1899
manufacturer of North Yamhill, is tak ash. mercury, or other mineral.
NEAL A. STOUTEN BURG,
Administrator with Will Annexed.
ing steps to inaugurate a big trade in bis
RAMSEY A FENTON, Att’ya for Estate.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga.
line during ISthi by the liberal nee of
K nowlhs C hapter No. 12. O. E S.—Meets at
printers’ ink. Where Mr. Withycombe'.-
notici : oi riNii. utoujit .
Masonic hall the 2«1 and 4th Monday evening
ÌOTK f FOI* I*I RLICATKH.
in each mouth Visiting members cordiallv in
product is ongB introduced its merit r«a
MRS EMMA SNELLING, W M
MRS. KATE HEATH. See
ommends it The diiHcuIty is to impress
' o TD e in hereby given that the undenrigneft
Land Office at Oregon City, Oregon,
Charity Lodge No. 7 meets first and
land owners with the great benefit of tile
February i.k 1>!»9.
| «leeva’H <1. have tile«! their Anal account in saoi
third Frida«-« of each month. 7 :g) p. m. Lodxe
’OTD'E I* hereby given that the following mom in Wright block.
drainage. Wherever tried, advantages •state in the county court for Yamhill county,
named settler has tiled notice of his in
i <»rtxoit. an«l that said court has set Saturday.
W. H. FLETCHER, M W
tention to make final proof in support of hi* J. D. BAKER. Recorder.
of drain tile have been commensurate Man’ll llth. 1*9!». at fen o’clock in the forenoon
and that said proof will be made before
*ai«l day to hear the «am?. All objections to
10 D. of H. meet» in UnJon
with the outlay ami trouble. There are ' of
»ahl final a«v««unt must be flic! in said court on the county rle*kof Yamhill county, at McMinn* hall second an«! fourth Fri«1ay evenings of ear b
Oregon, on March 25th, l*e», vu . W. H
thousands of acres in the Willamette <»r before the time set to hear the same as afore- ville,
*ai«L a* said executor« will then ask the court Devore. H. E.SM» f«>r the NE qr Sec. 1!, Tp 4 8
valley unprofitable for the lack of drain 1 to allow salt! account and to discharge them R. 7 W. He names the («»¡lowing witnesses to < vstkr P< ot No. 9—Meet* the second and fourth
prove hi» continuous residence upon an«! cult! Saturday of each ni«»nth in Wright’s hall at H) W
ain further liabilit\ as such off! ers.
age. which in time must come under the , from
vaiion of *aid land, viz : H Z Foster, Ed Wood a m All members of the order are cordially
MRS L A. PEARSON,
sad John Kaelber of Willamina, Oregon, and invite«! to atten«l our meetings.
H J PKARSON.
ameliorating influence of tile, as the own
Rav of Sheri «Ian, Oregon.
GEO. w KEENE, Comm ander.
Joint Executor» of the Estate of S. C. Pearson,
CHAS. B. MOORES. Register.
ers are led to see its beuetita.
J. B. STILWELL, Adjt.