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Act June 3, 1873
f >r Publicat ion
('olitilitied From First Pofjf
children with th
The state normal school at Monmouth
announces a new department, that of
The enrollment at the county teachers’
manual training, in addition to the de
iiiLtilute last week reached 115.
partment« of last year. 1c has also add
Don't buy a wheel until yon Bee Dell ed to its training department an ungrad-
Warren. Ho can give you a [>ointer. tf ; ed school, to give practice in the work
F. E. Roger» was taken suddenly with of the country school«. The training
Hcialic rheumatism Tuesday morning, department ie now perhaps the most
and was compelled to use a cane.
complete in the United States. A new
You can get a complete net of abstract building offer» inereafted facilities for
work, and the next year promises to be
blanks at the Kc[>oiter office.
Remember the lawn party next i the best the school has known. The
Attend it aud catalogue shows a marked gain in at
.nsi.-t the ladies in their laudable under tendance for the present year.
taking to raise funds toward building a advertisement appears in this issue.
9 oo D rops
The Kind You Have
Always Boc jht
At the <
to by all who could get within 1
AXegc table Preparation for As -
11. Young ot Mi-MuinvUle, It was a splendid address, reci
. ..._______ , _ ìmlth < f Duyton, Oregon
siinilaiing the Food andRegula
Any und all [ mtmhh » claiming adversely tne
tag the Stomachs and Bowels of
above -(I pn i ibvd lands are requested to file their and how the same spirit of freedom and rectory.
A Vital Truth Worth ltenieuibering
cluiius in this office on or befo e said 8th day oí love of liberty has pervaded the Ameri
eporter and Weekly Oregonian
Septem l>er, 1899.
“There are two classes of immigrant»
can people ever since under the leader
I m an is < hildhen .
CHAS. B. MOORES, Register.
ship of Lincoln, Grant, McKinley and one vear for $2, strictly in advance.
coming west,’’ said Charles Henry, real
others, and how we took up the cause of
Dr. 0. E. Cline, the Methodist brother estate man of Portland, “One is the
i'iiubcr Lund, Act June 3, 1878—Notice for
the oppressed Cubans after England had
has been engaging Rabbi Bloch of class with very little money, and the
shown her lack of moral courage in her
ness and Rest.Contains neither
other is the class that has money to buy
failure to suppress the Armenian out-
Opium.Morphine nor Mineral.
id States Land Office,
rages, and how alter we had taken the not the Jew» are a people of martial good, improved farm». This latter class
i' •.. • re
Maj SI, ■ 99.
ot N arcotic .
given that in compliance step, she stood at our back, and the spirit, was a delegate to the encamp
are not looking for places to build up—
ions of the act of congress world has been taught a lesson by our
i-1 ‘An ai t t<»r the bMle of
they have gone through that in the east—
Mates of California, Oregon valor that will go tar to prevent future
zi.-ve nriiiti nrSAHVurntwi
Nevad.1, ami Wu »hingt on Territory,' ” ’ as extended outrages of human freedom, . Mr. Mul
Seo Elsia Wright’» tine line of single but waut neat, improved farms where
l > all the public land >l.it< « b) H' ! t Of AUgUrit 4, key’s speech created a very favorable
1-92 Albeit E. 1» >ok o 1 McMinnvilh le, «‘oiiitty ot
Yamhill, Mate o 1 Orcii$ou, bus thia > day likd in impression, and he is rapidly coming to ip with the latest styles and the very come disgusted after looking over farms
/hx/itUc Suiti “
Ihiiofhce hissw orn s lulomeut No. . 3020, for the the front as a public speaker.
Anise Sad ♦
which aro not neat, and naturally con
lot« li, 12, 13 und 14 of . Section
Range No. 6 w, und will
in Township Ni
clude that the laud is not worth much.
oiler proof to show that the land bought is mon nie, and the Manila Guards under Capt.
flûrrn S'cid -
valuable f>r ii*: tlmb«;i* or .stone than i»r agri
Jd Warren gave entertaining and per
cultural purposes, und to establish hi> claiui Io fect drills, which went far towards mak men circle, will speak at Wright’» hall
dollars each year they could make a
Midland before the Register und Receiver ol
thl.4 office ut Oregon City, Oregon, on Friday,
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
the »th day of September, 1899.
' is proud of their work.
as well ns Woodmen and their families marvelous change in the appearauee of
He nanu s as w ilia - m i : WiIlium If. Young
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
The crowd was estimated at 6,000 on are requested to be present.
their farms and get a great deal more
Flunk Willis und John Kuns of McMinnville.
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
Oregon, und David Cuni-> <>i 1 Hluinook, Oregon. Wednesday, and it «as the largest the
when they desired to sell. It makes
“Give me a liver regulator and I can
Any and all persons claiming adversely Un city ha-, ever seen, and the decorative
ness and Loss of S leep .
more difference than the average mau
iibovv-desei¡bed land« are requested to lilt theli displays were the finest.
regulate the world,” said a genius. The can realize. Why, sir, I have seen barn»
ciMini« in this office on or beiurc said »lb day of
lac Simile Signature nf
CHAS. B. MOORES, Register.
Columbia in tier position on the center druggist handed him a bottle of DeWitt's where the owner waded through a foot
of the arch, ilaudsouie at any time, Little Early Risers, the famous little of mire rather than haul a few load» of
Tituber Land, Act «June 3, 187S—-Notice for she was specially so in her led waist, blue pills. Rogers Bros.
gravel a hundred yards.
skirt, gold crown aud dark hair. The
Hon. D. P. Thompson, the gentleman place I noticed a good-sized rock in the
vi/Âf (¿ îxx CÎ j UJ v Ç o I cl
selection couldn’t have been beaten.
The flower girls ujion the arch were: who has promised the city of Portland a road, which the farmer missed when he
Georgie Irvine, Cleo White, Meta Mattli- handsome and costly public drinking could, which was not often. I asked
ics, Eden Breidwell, Blanche Wright, fountain to cost $25,000, was a comrade
him why he did not remove it.
<iva Cable, Hazel Heath and Ethel
EXACT COPT OF WRAPPER.
“‘Well, stranger,’ he said, med
Ford. Mis . Fern Stout as goddess of among comrade» at the encampment.
love, Miss Dotlia Daniels us goddess of
I am able to furnish loans on first-class itatively; ‘I never thought of it before.’
THE CENTAUR COMEANV. HA.T' NR CITY.
iberty, aud Miss ltoss and Miss Mitch- larin security, from $2,000 upward, at 7
“Thi» is not the class of men who
11 as escorts, 011 white horses, added to
I he appearance of the parade, and as per cent interest; loans to run from 3 to build up a country. They clog progress
> years. Parties wishing to borrow mon like barnacles on the bottom of a ship.
sisted tn forming it.
The election of officers occurred ey, call and see me.
R. L. C onner .
Coming from the east now are an intel
ligent class of industrious farmers who Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.—Nolic« Timbar Laud, Act .luue 3, 181ft Notice fur
chose II. V. Gates, of Hillsboro, com
mander; Capt. Wyatt Harris, of Mc or of King conservatory at San Jose, is are led to believe the soil is not very
Minnville, senior vice, and Julius Priest homo for a vacation visit with bis par rich owing to the evidences of shiftless
United States Land Office.
United States Land Office.
Oregon City, Oregon, May 31, 1S99.
er of Oregon City, junior vice, The Ke ents, accompanied by Mrs. Strehl of San ness. I would say to the farmers, if they
Oregon City, Oregon, May 31,1899.
given that in compliance
lief Corps elected M rs. Helen Gates,
want to double the value of their prop 1^1 with the provisions of the act of congress N with the provisions of the act of Congress
president; Mrs. Julin i Gault of McMinn Francisco. The King conservatory has
of June 3,1878, entitled “An act for the sale of of June 3, 1878, entitled “an uct tor the sale of
ville, senior vice; Mrs. Chirk, of Cor- recently established a branch school of erty, use plenty of paint and keep timber lands in the states of California, Oregon, timber lands in the states of California, Or»,
Nevada and Washington Territory,” as extend gon, Nevada und Washington Territory,” asex-
things neat. It does not take any more ed
vallis, junior vice, -.ns.
Mrs. . Finney, treasur- instruction at San Francisco.
to all the public land states by act of August I tended to all the public land states by act oi
r; Mrs. Annie Poole of Pleasant Home,
1892, John Kuns, of McMinnville, county of August 4, 1892, George H. Baxter, of Dayton,
Spray your fruit trees and hops with
Yamhill, state of Oregon, has this day Hied In county of Yamhill, state of Oregon, has this di y
chaplain; Mrs. E. V. Newell of Portland,
this office his swum statement No. 3021. for the filed in this office his sworn Mateiuent No. 3‘
delegate to uational encampment; and McBain’» Carbolic Compound. Death to
Last fall I sprained my left hip while
of the e hi of w hi of Section No. 22, for the purchase of e hi of w hi of Section No.
Mrs Jennie Irvine of McMinnville, moth, aphis and scale on trees, and lice handling some heavy boxes. The doctor purchase
m Township No. 2 S., Range No. 7 \\and will 26. in Township No. 2 S , Range No. 7 W., »tad
offer proof to show that the land sough t is more will offer proof to show that the land sought is
delegate ut large; with alternates, Mrs >11 hops. Carbolic dip kills ticks and
United Slates Laud Office,
( called on said at tirwt it was a slight valuable for its timber or stone than tor agri more valuable for its timber or stone than for
Adair of Salem, and Mrs. Morse of Port
Oregon City, Oregon, May 31,1899.
purposes, and to establish his claim to agricultural purposes, and to establish his cla m
cures scab on sheep, Call for circulars strain and would soon be well, but it cultural
s hereby given that in compliance land.
said land before the Register and Receiver of to said land before the Register nnd Receiver ci
he poo. ion of 1 tie act oi congreu
W. 0. M iller .
at Oregon City, Oregon, on Thursday, this oilice at Oregon City, Oregon,on Thursday,
The cities of Portland, Astoiia, I.a- and see sample.
grew worse and the doctor then said I
of June 3, 1878, entitled “an uct for the bale ol
7th day of September, 1899.
the 7th day of September, 1899.
M anning B ro »., Agfa. had rheumatism. It continued to grow the
t«mb<-r iandb in the . lutes of California, Ore Grnnde ami Forest Grove were compet
He names as witnesses, Hiram Rummel, Al
He names as witnesses. Riley G Smith and
gon, Nevada am! Washington Territory,” as ex itors for the next encampment, the
bert E. Cook, James H. Bell and Portland John Starr of Dayton. Oregon, aud William H
Hon. Thom. H. Tongue was on Tues- worse and I could hardly get around to Adams, all of McMinnville, Oregon.
tended to the public lund slalCE by act of Au cotitest centering between the latter
Fletcher and Albert E. Cook oi McMinnville,
gust I, 1892, William IL Young, of McMinnville,
Any anti all persops claiming adversely the Oregon.
LaGrande won by a small ma day morning’s south bound train en work. I went to a drug store and the a bo
county ot Yumhill, stateuf Oregon, has this day two.
ve«u escribed lands are requested to file their
Any and all persons claiming adversely tha
The town had forwarded a suck route for Albany, where he was to ad ' druggist recommended me to try Cham- claims
tiled in thin office his sworn statenn nt No. jority.
in this office on or before said 7tb day of aboqe-described lands are reque. ted to file their
11027, for the purchase of the w hf of w hf of Hee- of sugar from her factory, but it failed
CHAS. B. MOORES,
In this office on or bet«>ri said 7th day of
fion No.8, In Township No. 2 8 , Range No. 6 to reach its destination in time to tatty dress the graduates of Albany college. 1 berlain’s Pain Balm. I tried it and one-
CHAS. B. MOORES,
IV., and will offer pioof to show that the land
I half of a 50-Cent bottle cured me entirely.
fought it more valuable for it« timber or stone the delegates, but the latter took the
Timber I.and, Act June 3, IHT8—No
tnan for agricultural purposes, and to establish word for rhe deed, und gave them the off and visited the encampment.
bis claim to said land betöre the Register aud next meeting.
lice tor Publication,
Receiver of this office ut Oregon City, Oregon,
The following program will be given F. A. Babcock, Erie, Pa. It is for mile
A camp lire was held in the evening
on Friday, the bth day of September, 1899.
He names as wlinesM S, Albert h. Cook and at the court house; presided over by at the open temperanco meeting lo be by Howorth & Co., Druggists.
United States Land Office,
F rank Willis of McMinnvilie, Oregon, Kiley G.
Oregon City, Oregon, May 31, 1*99.
Recitation«, Ruby I
A (—fruits, JeliieB, pickles or catsup ar«
Smith of Dayton, Oregon, und David Curtis ot Cupt. Sladen, who ia a whole team, held June 27th :
given that in compliance
more easily, more quickly, more
Notice to Creditors.
t here were amusing toasts by Messrs. Powell and l’earl Grover; solo, Stella ;
healthfully sealed with Beflaed
with the provisions of the act of congress
Any and »ill persons claiming udverselv the Gates, Hardesty, Pratt, Cline, Grannis.
Paraffine wax than by a’jy other
1 desire to make settlement of all ac
al>ove>defccribld lands are rcquvbtud to tile their
Redmond; recitation, Hattie Brown;
method. Dozens of other ueua will to
timber lands in the States of California, Oregon,
claims in thi^ office on or betme said blh day ol Allen und Culkius, with music by the
Misses Hobbs and l’atty, Treble Clef
CHA8. B. MOORES,
themselves iudebted to me will please gust 4,1892, William H. Fletcher of McMinnville,
club und Miss Spencer.
Mrs. W. J. Strong.
A game of base ball on tile college
of Yamhill, State of Oregon, has this
Straw berries at Dresser .k Hendrick’s make immediate settlement, and avoid county
day tiled in this office his sworn statement No
[rounds attracted a large crowd in the
making further costs necessary.
In every household. It is clean,
3056. for the purchase of the w hf oi w hf ci
rfternoon, nnd was [flayed ut u time
taateleea and dorlees—water
section No. 26, in Township No. 2 S. Range No. 7
E lsia W right .
and add proof. Get a pouiei cake of
when nothing public of the encampment are always beat quality, fresh and clean.
W., and will offer proof to show that the lai.d
It with a Het ot It. many -----
was going on. It was a ptivate enter Also vegetables of all kind» brought in
from your druggist or gro. -r.
than for agricultural purposes, and lo establish
Sold everywhere. Made by
prise of the bull team, being the test fresh every morning. Mr. Maris’ Fair Tully Another for Vunihlll County, his
claim to said land before the Register and
STANDARD OIL CO.
game between this city anil the Che- lawn canning berry is superior to the
Hott. J. C. Nelson has been in Port Receiver of thia office at Oregon City, Oregon, on
the7th day of September, 1899. He
miiwu Indians. It was advertised as a W ilson. Orders for berries left there land during the week attending the an Thursday,
names as winesses' Riley G. Smith, George H.
|>aid game, and tile kick made ubout the will be filled in rotation. Wiien there,
Bai ter and John Starr, of Dayton, Oregon, and
charge was not justifiable as the team look around and »ee if you need any nual pioneer meeting. Mr. Nelson is Albert E. Cook of McMinnville, Oregon.
and a l persons claiming adverse
paid their expenses, and it was ehtirclv groceries.
well qualified to represent Chehaletn ly Any
the above-described lands are requested to
a side issue
The Guards und Cadets
valley at the uniiual gathering of the tile their claims in this office on or before said
Pres H. I. Boardman will supply the
attended as visitors on invitation, lot
7th day of September, ]8y9.
CHAS. B. MOORES, Register.
which the bovs are grateful. Tile score pulpit ot the Tenth Avenue Baptist old settlors of Oregon as he came to the 26-10
stood si to 9 111 favor of the Indians.
church, Oakland, Cal , Rev. C. M. Hill,
the only resident of the valley who came
Th< prize tor best decorated bicycle
was won by T. A. White, the lestaurant D. D., pastor, for lour SundatB begin at an earlier date, she having arrived
man, who had a large battleship con
structed over u bicycle aud employed 11 e unpaid«« him, und together they will here in 1843 with the first wagon train I
United States Land Office,
mull to ride it up and down th« street take their vacation outing about the bay. that ever crossed the Cascade mountains
Oregon City, Oregon, June 7, 1899.
’OTICE is hereby given that in compliance
tin with smoke issuing from the stuck, the i’liey-ailed tor California on the State, into the Willamette valley.—Graphic.
N with the provisions of the act of Congress It artificially digests t he food and aids
til. bell ringing und iirecruckers shooting
Mil It «as the whole cheese in the | arade, Wednesday evening, the 21st.
U oiihl Aol buffer So Again for Fifty : of June 3,1878, entitled 'An act for the sale of Nature in strengthening and recon
timber lands in the States of California, Ore structing the exhausted digestive or
and a very effective advertisement.
II. MOORES, Register.
Time» Its Prite.
gon. Nevada and Washington Territory,” as ex
A D. Hoskins carries the finest stock
Final session work und joint installa
tended to all the public land slates by act of gans. It is the latest discovered digest
I awoke last night with severe pains | August 4,1892. Sarah Bell, of McMinnville.coun ant and tonic. No other preparation
tion was the order for yesterday, and by of hand-made harness in the county.
of Yamhill, stat« of Oregon, has this day can approach it in efficiency. It in
eveuing most ull visitors were home Also buggy tops and buggy top repairs in my stomach. I never felt so badly in I ty
tiled in this office her sworn statement No.
Can sell buggy tops cheaper all my life. When I came down to work | 30*7, for the purchase of the e hf of e hf of Sec. stantly relieves and permanently cures
No. 22. in township No. 2 S., range No. 7 W .and Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
than any man in the county. Also carry this morning 1 felt eo weak I could hard- ; will offer proof to show that the land sought is Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
M Ill i I Ml>.
valuable for its timber or stone thau for
1 tine stock of buggy cushions and robes. ly wotk. 1 went to Miller «& McCurdy’s agricultural
purpose s,and to establish her claim Sick Headache, Gastralgla,Cramps, and
\ tine stock of saddles and whips. Can drug store ami they recommended Cham- to said land Before the Register an .l Receiver of all other results of 1 mper feet digestion
Prepared by E C. DeWitt a Co . Cfclcaflo.
thisofficeat Oregon City, Oregon, on Friday,
Walter l'ralt lias taken the place on furnish any kind of a top to order and berlain’s colic, cholera and diarrhoea the
Sth day of September, 1899
She names as
the section vacated by Mr. Mitchel.
Miss Belle Booth of Woods surprised cheaper than any man in the county. remedy. It uotked like magic ami one Wisecarver and Portland Adams, all of Mc
her friends in Wluteson Monday even
ing adversely the above-described lands are
warranted. Second door west, of Burns' the Hurst thing I ever used for stomach requested to tile their claims in this office on or
ing by stepping <>lf the evening train.
fui nitiue store.
A. D. H oskins .
A very interesting program
trouble. 1 shall not l»e without it in mv
CHAS B. MOORES, Register.
ered by the little folks oil
home hereafter, for I should not care to
day at the church.
mdure the smFeringa of last night again
J. J. Calhoun and family of McMinn ihuieh will give a lawn social on
I . lore Hi
for fifty times its price.—G. W. Wilson,
h I Or.gol
ville were pleasant visitors in \\ Intesoti
home of Mrs. E. C. Appenon. There liveryman, Burgettstown, Washington
United States Land Office,
This remedy ia for sale by
Lee Conner and family attended the «ill lie an open air concert, and among Co., Pa.
Oregon City, Oregon, June 3, 1899.
Rickreall assembly No. 36, United Ar the literary and musical attractions I Howorth A Co., diuggiats.
V’OTTCE is hereby riven that in compliance
with the provisions of the act oi Congress Paid np Capital, £50,000
tisms’ picnic at Rickreall last Saturday. thi re will be t elections remleied by the
of June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale of
The Hump of l ocHlily.
Our citizens now have their choice
timber lands tn the States of California, Ore
tore •«« i<l
Ice’ cieam and cake
between walking m the public t.sid and Treble Clef club.
gon. Nevada and Washington Territory,” a» ex
tended to all the public land states by act <4
Transacts a General Banktnc Busineaa.
■lodging the teams, or the sidewalk and
August 4, 1892, William J. Johnson, of Portland,
a . t -,'11!^
me way ot
of the bikes, as Every one-is cordially invited to attend. I the record on Thursday by taking a trip county
of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has this
to Salem with a view of remaining over day tiled in this office his sworn statement No.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Notice for the sidewalk leading to the church has
the purchase of Lot 3, s hf of nw ar and
I ti !» I it’ll ! UHI.
been taken tor a bn vele track.
Sunday. They have been residents of and nw qr
of sw qr of Section No. 2. in Town
the s> I k 4 board bis decision in the ap New l>erg for ten years and Mrs. Wilson ship No. 2 3. in Ranee No. 7 W., ana will offer LEE LAL'OHLIN, President.
proof to show that the land »ought is more val
olid P aa II o A.
J. L. ROUE RS. Vice-President.
peal of the ease of window breaking ill had not been out of town l>efure during uable
for its timber or atone than for agricultu
E. C. APPERSON. Cr shier.
tin1 city schools. It gives a comprehen the time. This is lier tiret ride on a ral purposes, and to establish his claim to said
land before the Register and Receiver of this
W’. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
sive n -Aim e ef the legal points in the steamb>Mit, also.—Graphit'
office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Tuesday, the
case, hik I sustains the ap|>ellant». He
W illiain G. Rhude and Patrick H Doughney oi
A C h rd of IhaiAA.
decide* tlist a school l«>ard has no right
North Yamhill, Orvffofe, Jas. F. Clark of Pint
land, Oregon, and Oliver O. Rhude of McMinn
to make a law exacting money from
I wish to say that I feci under lasting ville, Oregon Any and all persons claiming
adversely the above-described lands are re
-choAil |>at rone m a penalty fora breach obligations for what Chamberlain’s quested
to file their claims in this office on or
of discipline on the part of pupils.
Cough Remedy has done for our family. before said 23d day of August, 1*99.
CH A3. B MOvRES, Register.
By the intelligent use of the
I.yman Latonretle, who graduated We have need it in so many cases of
Opotbalmoscope. I am prepared
from McMinnville college in 1894, ha* coughs, lung Iron hies and whooping
to make the internal ex tnination
returned from four years study io Chi cough, and it has always given the most
of your eves and determine
cago I'uiversity anil Columbia college.
The following general forms are alwayi in rtock
whether or not the def ct is an
for sale at the Reporter office :
He brings with him the degrees of I.. J.. I debted to the manufacturers of this rem •nd
” * Estate “
error of refractions or disease.
II. and A. It. from these inRlitntions.
I also have the finest Trial case
Bond for Deed
Satisfaction ot Mort.
fails Io For the time l>eiiig he will
probably al hearty thanks.— Respectfully, Mrs. S. Farm Leaae
Transfer of Mortgage
for testing vour eyes it Yamhill
on each ternate l.'tween this city and Oregon I\>ty. IVs Moines, Iowa. For sale by NuCee and Re^ipt« Bill of Sale
County. Lenses ground for the
Howorth A Co. druggists
Ack now ledgements. Abstracts
most difficult cases
City. On his return he saw the moving
>ti groceries always on hand at
cyclone at New Richmond, Wie., while
F. J. Martin went down to Portland Ue carry a large stock of stationery and
D. A. SMITH. Optician.
prepared to do Job printing of even e^rt in
Betiuiau à M arren'».
riding a motor ear on a street of St I'aul. Monday on business.
beat «tyi« of the art and at tow figures
Next door to P. 0. McMinnville
Digests what you eat.
I Will Examine Your
Eyes Free of charge