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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1899)
Mrs. XVill Kuns of Spokane, Wash.,
is in the city oa a visit.
Clarence Hendershott attended the
JIHIinery Openiiiff al 91i%* Jlur-
United Stales Jjiinl Ofilee,
State fair on Saturday aud Monday.
Oregon City, Oregon, June 21». ¡899.
i i n’s Ne p. 23<i.
'OTICE is hereby given Hud in coiupliaiif«
W. J. Garrioun wub among the ex Uro-
Mrs. M. M. Hodson is slowly recover
with Hie provisions of the ad of eongresw oi
Jtinri<>.. itii', i< u • \;i ,i< fur the sale >>t thu
of line Itorse «lenlt ¡.t the alate fair. ing from an illness of several days.
bur lands in the stale* of California, Oregon, No-
vada, and Washington Territory," u.^ extended to
You are told so often by so 0. Griwen’e new stock ot wall pa|»er. 6 Mis. F. C. Ferguson is visiting friends
ail the public land states by act of August Ilh.U'.C
Carl L. Thompson, of Arlington, county of Sno many advertisers
that they The McMinnville fence woike for in Salem and atteuding the state fair.
homish, state of Washington, lias this day tiled
in thisottlce his swbrn statement No 1018, Yorthe
Mr. anil, Mrs. G. A. Wilcox drove
worth so baling wire.
purchase of the NW 11 of Section No. 2<i, in Town
ship No. ¡south, Range No.fi
st, and will oiler
XX’e now have a few thout-and dollars to over to Salem from Detry the tirst of the
proof to show that the land sought is more v>du
and so” for “this” and “that” loan on l'arin property, at good terms.
week and saw the state fair exhibit.
able for its timber and stone than tor agri< ultnr.i.
lit, and which ha;- been
i)ur|M>Hes, and to establish his claim to said lai.-t —ever so much below xvhat it
Tlie Kind Y oh Have Always
I rvine A V intok .
See Elsia Wright’s tiue line of single
before the register and n-ceiver of this otticu at
in use for over 30 years, has borne the tdgnatiu’e of
Oregon City. Oregon, on Friday, the 29th duy ot
is claimed they are xvorth—
and has hern niailo under liis per
Hviiuiuvsus witnessed: Abraham Jimcs am!
a pouud, that price having been up with the latest style» aud the ver)
Riley Smith of Kalama, Cowlitz coimt x Wash
sonal snpei-visioii since it» in* ‘.icy.
that you come to think it an cents
paid at Eugene last week.
ington, Lorens Mow of ArlhuUm,
Allow no one to iteecive you in this.
county, Washington, and Peter Harxey <»f ( ts<i easy matter to sell shoes for
The new McMinnville bridge across the
Rev. and Mr». Joseph Hoberg are
laddy, Island county. Washington.
All Counterfeits, Iniitaiions and Substitutes arc but Kx-
Any and nil persons clahniiig a»l\»-i> ly tin
Yamhill is rapidly assuming shape. But
periinents that trillc with :>nd endanger tlie health of
above <lescril»e<i lands are rrqiir*tcd to nl- their
if the supports to the 140-foot span across
claims in this office on or before said -".»th du'
t»*ing hehl in Salem this week.
Infants and Children—E.'.perience o. a'nst L.peiinjent.
of Septeml>er, 1H99.
But it isn’t.
»OHMS, ib gister.
Fudge, of Ballston, accident stead of piling, the structure would
As a rule we must pay the ally XX'illiam
dislocated the right shoulder of a doubtless lie more durable.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for
makers of good shoes a good nine-motiths-eld babe in lifting it by the
Irritating Blings, bites, scratches,
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
price, and we must make a hands last Ft iday.
wounds ami cuts soot lied and healed by
United States Lund office,
and Soothing Syrups, It is iiarinless and I'lensant. it
Oregon ( ity, Ore., June 29, 1899.
rOTH.’E is hereby given that in compliance profit oi- go out of business.
contains neither Opium, Morphine koi o'.In v Narcotic
oi a pig’s ear, but you can «¡nd the finest and safe application for tortured flesh.
with the provisions of tire act of congres>
x ot June 3, 1878, entitled "An act for the sale If
ol you want good shoes you line of buggy rolte«, whips, etc., ever
substance. Its age is its jiiiarniitce. It destroys AX ornis
Beware of counterfeits.
timber lands in the states of California, Oregon,
allays Feverishness. it euros l»iari ii«i*a and XX’ind
Nevada ami Washington Territory," ns extended must pay a fair price.
brought to McMinnville, at the harness
Come to the Christian church next
to all the public land states by act of August 1
Colic- it relieves Te<‘ihin-> Troubles, cures Constipation
1892, Loren* Mose of Arlington, comity oi Snolio
Lord’s day and hear Pastor Lindsey on
We could sell you junk at
nrislt, state or Washington, bus this day Bled in
and Flatulency. It assimll ties the I’ooil, regulates tho
this office iris »worn statement N’o. 1017, i«>i the
the Sabbath question. Morning subject,
Stomach and Howels, giving health) and natural sleep.
less than we can sell really
purchase of thcNE14oi Section No. 2'», in Town
I as a very well conducted hosllery. F. J. ’* Wheat Threshing and Hop-picking on
ship No. 1 south, range No. 6 west, and w111 offi i
Children's Panacea--’i'li< i> ’ Mother’s Friend.
proof to show that the laml sought is nmre vain good footxvear, but you would
Miller, who is conducting it, is now in ; Sunday.” Evening subject, “Cranks
able for its timber or stone than for agricultural
purposes, and to establish his claim to said land
You want only tliis comity looking after his hop crop, and Craitkistu.” All come. Most ex
before the register and receiver of this office al not want it.
and has temporarily closed the dining cellent music by the choir.
Oregon < ily, Oregon, on Friday, Hie 29th day oi
good shoes, We believe you room of the hotel, but it will be opened I have money to loan on farm prop
lie names as witnesses: Abraham Jones, Riley
Bears the Signature of
Smith, ami Oliver Holden of Kalama, Cowlitz are willing to pay fair prices. again about October 1st.
erty at good terms. Parties wishing to
county, Washington, ami Carl L. Thompson ol
Arlington, Snohomish county, Washington.
One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures borrow, call and see me.
Any uml nil persons claiming advei elj th<
R. L. C onn eh .
aliove describea lands are requested to tile thcii
obstinate summer coughs and colds. “1
claims hi this office on or beiore said 29th day ol
Chas. M. Hodson, well known here,
consider it a most wonderful medicine,
CHAS. B. MOORES, Register.
—quick ami safe.”—XV. XV. Merton, who has been player of bass in the
Boots & Shoes
Marquam Grand and Hotel Portland
Meyhew, XX'is. Rogers Bros.
orchestras, has accepted a position as
The man behind the gun re
ports that young Dentiy pheasants bass player with the Shirley dramatic
l aited States Lam I < Ul ice,
Oregon City, Ore., July 3, 1899.
are not as numerous as they were company, and left Saturday for Salem
IKTOTICEis hereby given that in compliance
to join the company. Charley is a
there are quite a
-i^» with the provisions of the ar t ot congress
I. last year, but
thorough musician, aud has “arranged”
ot June 3, 1878, entitled “An act lor Hie Mile ol
number fattening themselves in the
timber land* in the stab's <»f <'alifornia, <»regon.
a great deal of music for tlie orchestras
September Term, I SD9.
Nevada and Washington Territory," » ls extended
nevertheless, for next
to all the public land states by act ot August lilt
he has been identitied with.
1 W B Parker vs Rubt Ilutuhcroft; ac month's slaughter.
1892, Miss Clara Thompson, of I Isaladdy, count)
ot Island, state of Washington, Inis this day tiled
The groat success of Chamberlain's
Rumsey Ä Fenton for
in this office tier sworn statement No. 1020, for tion for money.
They had a town ordinance at Forest colic, cholera and diarrhoea remedy in
the purchase of the hast halt of Soiitlrwvst quar plff.
Grove requiring the druggists to keep a the treatment of bowel complaints has
ter of Lota 3 and 1 of Section No. is in
Township No. I south, Range No •• west, and will
record of prescriptions whore main in made it standard over the greater part
otter proof to show Hint the land sought is moi <
Clias. Bovard. Bond filed '
money. < otton, leal A Minor, for pill, gredient is spirituous liquors. The may
valuable for its timber or stone than for agricul
of the civilized world. For sale by S. and approved. F. C. Miles, J. C. Hod- ’
tural pur|M>ses, and to establish her claim to .oiid Rumsey & Fenton for deft.
or was required to inspect this record
land beiore the register and receive« of this ollie«
3 I1' II Morriscn vs hc I ioo I dint No. 1G; and report to the council. The mayor Howorth A Co., Druggists.
at Oregon City, < »regon, on Friday, tire 2'.»tlr day
son, and C. E. XVaterrnan appointed
of September, 1899.
J A Buchamin and appointed Mr. Austin Craig to be his
At the coming term of court two appraisers.
Bhe names as witnesses: Lorens Mose ami Carl action for money.
L. Thompson ot Arlington, Hnohomish eounty. Rhoden A Rhoden for pill', Irvine A Vin
agent in the matter. Mr. Craig made ' members of the same family are sub-
Washington, and Abniham Jone"- un<i loley
pi . m n oi t .
ton for deft.
Smith of Kalama, Cowlitz county, Washington.
inspection and reported, at which | pienaed to testify in Dr. Watt’s case
Arty and all ¡ htsous claiming adversely tin
•I Edwin Manon vs Jas M Pugh ; action time he tiled a claim of $10 for services. against the Southern Pacific railway.
above-described lands are reguestod io tile ilieii
Dull headache, pains in various parts
claims in this office on or betorc said 29lh dev ol for money. J A Carson and R I. Conner
This was disallowed by the council. All they know bearing on the case is the of the body, sinking at the pit of tfie stom
for plir, J J Spencer for deft.
CHAS. B. MooRES, Register.
The claimant now brings suit against fact that they heard the whistle blow ach, loss of appetite, feverishness, pim
5 JW Watt« vn S P Co; action for dam
the city for that amount. It is under when approaching the crossing where ples or sores are all positive evidences of
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Notice for
age. Blackburn, Nelson A Magers for
the doctor was run into. Other members
stood that the city w ill defend the action.
pill', W I) Fenton for dell.
of the family are just as positive that the impure blood. No matter how it became
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure thoroughly di w histle didn’t blow, and have tried to soil must be pmified in order to obtain
6 The Keystone Mfg Co vb A S and
Uniteli States Isiud onice,
Oregon City. Oregon, Jnly
food without aid from the stomach, get on the other side of the case to con good health. Acker’s Blood Elixir has
NOTICK I s hereby glieli lliat in compilane)
wltli thè pmi Islons of thè aei of iviigress ol S Shepherd for plff.
and at the same time heals and restores tradict the testimony of the other never failed to cure scrofulous or syphilit
June 8, 1H7S, entltled "Ali nel lor thè sale ol lini
7 Owen D Burnett, trustee, vb Morris the diseased digestive organs. It is the members of the family, tint so far their ic poisons or any other blood diseases. It
Iwr landa in tlie stales of California, Oregon. Ne
vada and Wiishington l'eriitory,’ us i xiendi d la
is certainly a wonderful remedy and we
Jos only remedy that does both of these Herviees have uol been called for.
all tire piibllc land slates l>> a< t ol Angus! Uh. Mercantile Co; action for money.
sell every bottle on a positive guarantee. !
IHU2, Mia. Ilena Iveory. ol I i.nhiddy, eonnty ol eph A Schligel and Clarence Butt for pill, things and can be relied upon to per- ■
Jslaud, alate ol Washington, ima this duy liled In
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures dyspepsia Rogers Bros.
Olia otnee ber aworn slaleinenl No. Illl'.i, l’or Ilo Ramsey A Fenton lor deft.
because its ingredients are such that it
piircliaae of tIn* aoutlieast iputrler ol Sedioli No
Ì8, in Township No. I soutil, llnnge No. li weat,
z\ Bulk county Imp grower estimates can’t help doing so. “The public can
By the intelligent use of the
Kral EMnte '■ raiisfcrv.
and wlll oiler proni lo show limi tlie land soligli) action for money. Ramsey A Fenton for
that the sum of $750,000 will be distrib rely upon it as a master remedy for all
Opothalmoscope. T am prepared
la more vaiuable for Ita tluila'r or sione than fin
agricoltura! pur|H»es, and locslablish her daini pill', Flower A Spencer for deft.
to make the internal examination
uted among the hop pickers of western disorders arising from imperfect diges Jas Thomas to Elizabeth l’otetle 2.99
lo said land he lo re tlie regisivt ami reeeìver ol
9 Henry Warnick vs G A XV Russell Oregon this season. He estimates the
thls ollice al Oregon < il) . Oregon, oli I* i iday. tlie
a pt Jno B Rowland diet 3 r 4. .$ 10 j of your eyes and determine
*29ib day of September, IS'.iu.
whether or not the defect is aS
ami Wm Russell; action for money. C. number of pickers nt 75,000 men, women ' American Journal of Health, N. Y. P A Bates et ux to N XV Stanley n hi
Hhe natnesaswllnis.es- Curi !.. *nmmp*on and
error of refractions or disease.
se qr see 23 t 2 r 3
U. Li n<len for pltl'.
lairwiis Mose al Arllngton, ............................... liti
Wasliingtoii. and Abraham Jones and Kllej
C K Spaulding et ux to Nellie Mor
1 also have the finest Trial case
10 F llertig vs Rohl llertig; action army if sent together, but they are scat
Smith ot Kalama, Covi lltz eonnty. Washington.
ris lots 1,2 and 3 blk E llobsoii’s
C. A. XVallace was an interested
for testing your eyes in Yaiwhil!
Aiiyaud all is-rson* elalmiirg adveiscly Un for money. Irvine A Vinton for plff.
alaive-descrlbeif landsan* re^uesteil lo lite tlieir
County. Lenses ground for the'
I I Kinney Bros vb Chas Gregory ; ac north, to Jackson on the south, on farms spectator at the state fair the past week. F Bardon et ux to Jacob Ripley 28,-
elaims III ibis ollice on or ladoro suoi c. il li day ol
most difficult cases.
«I pleuiber. 1HHII.
t II AS. il. Mondi s,
800 sq ft in Lafayette................... 500 !
tion for money. C C Linden for pill.
of from 2i)0 acres down to 10, the average to witness the performances of little
1). A. SMITH, Optician.
12 J T Osborn vh Harry Allen; tran sir.« of the hop fields being, |«rhaps, 25
lot 2 and n hi lots 5 and G blk 3
Alta Dell, the speedy pacer, which he
Next door to P. O., McMinnville.
Woodward A Palmer acres.
Timber Land, Aot June 3, 1878 Notice for script on appeal.
broke to the harness about a year ago.
Kenoyer to F Born 1G0 a sw qr
Judge Hewitt and daughter of Albany, The little thing won a beat in the 2:18 John
8 3 5 ........................................
13 John Hughes vs Mary A Klyver; are stopping nt Mr. H.'s mother, at Pleae-
puce, in a crowd of much older horses, Edw Cookingham, trustee to R M.
United Stale« Land Office
Oregon City, Oregon, July 10. 1899.
antdale, Mrs. Henry Hewitt, who is and gives evidence of greatly lowering
Dooley, trustee 8 :r lets in Dundee
OTICE Is hereby given that in compiitiiicv R I. Conner for plff, Irvine A Vinton for
with the provisions of the act of congress
The Stilwell family her record as the years go by. She is j Orchard Homes and 3 lots in Dun
of June 3, IH"H. entitled "An wet for the sale .left.
of Dayton, are well represented as school owned by John Korstetter of Reedville, I dee..............................................
timber land* 111 the state« oft alifornia, Oregon,
14 AM Peery and M D L Rhodes vs
Nevada, and Washington Territory,’’ as extend
cd to all the public land states by act of August Matilda Newhouse; action fur money.
4, 1892, llarry Starr, ol Dayton, county of am
will teach the school in the XVirfs neigh Alta Norte, the colt owned and raised a wondi ri i i . < i ni; or i > iaii .
it not: a .
hill, «tale of Oregon, has this da\ tiledin this Rhodes A Spencer for plff,
borhood the coming s'-liool year; Miss by H. C. Burns at the same time Mr.
office hi« «worn statement No :«*»!, lor the pur
15 C K Harbaugh vs'M 11 Messinger;
chase of the U 1 of U 1of Section No. 28 in i'p
Wallace had Alta Dell, was also in the A Prominent
No. 2 S, Knuge No. 7 n , ami will offer proof Io action for money.
allow that the land sought is more valuable for
west of McMinnville; Miss Ivetta will race and won it very tiicely, after a! II ik I Almost Ulvaii I |>, but At no
ita tin» her <»• «tone than for agricultural purpos A Magers for plff.
teneh Daj ton Prairie school. Claire spirited contest carried over from ' Brough) Hack Io Perfect llcnllli
es, and to establish his claim Io said lain! I m lore
Ill McCormick Ilarvestiug Machine
PORTLAND, SEPTEMBER 28
by < hn iiibcrln ■)>*» t olie, < liolcrn
the Register and Receiver of t his office al Oregon
will attend Willamette I'niversity at Saturday till Monday.
She is now1 mill Diarrhoea Kemol,. Iteail
City, Or., on Friday, the 27th day of October, Co vh Mary Houk and Miles XX' Houk;
1M9V. lie names as witnesses: Win W. Carl of
Salem -Dayton Herald,
owned by Chris. Simpson of Heppner.
action for money. R I. Conner for pill'.
Carltoll, Oiegon, A. K. Cook of MeMiunville, Oi
egon, Oeo. h Baxter amt Nathaniel Stretch of
Froui tlie Times, lllllstille, V».
OCTOBER 28, 1899
Dayton, Ora. Anyandall pci sons claiming ad
versely the alaive descrila'd lands arc requested wife; action for money
I suffered with diarrhoea for a long
C XX' Talmage
to hie their claim« in I Ills office on or before said
time and thought 1 was past being cured.
27th day of October, IH99. CHAS. It. MOORES,
I had s|x-nt much time and money and Horticultural and Agricultural
18 A Mntchlcr vh J XV McFadden;
suffered so much misery that 1 had al Products of Oregon, Washington and Idaho
action for monev. Ramsey A Fenton for
IIOAKIIOfr I <| I UI/VII(»>
in greater variety and profusion
most decided to give up all ho|«-R of re
than ever before.
covery and await the result, but noticing
18 D M I » h I hii iio A C o vh J R Yocum
OTII’K I s liereliy itlveti that the l-oanl ol
the advertisement of Chamberlain's
equalism ion of Yamhill county. Oregon, and Illi Graves; action for mopey.
will meet at the court house on Monday, Sept C Linden fot plff.
colie, cholera ami diarrhoea remedy and
¿6th, IIW, amt continue In session for one »< <-k
for tile purpose of examlnitiK nit-l correcting
also some testimonials stating how some
20 11 M Coulter vs Bailey Chaney;
the assessment mils In any errors Hint may o*
MISS ALICE RAYMf
wonileifid cures hud la-en wrought In
cur thereon tn valuation or ileseriptUm oi |-ro|- action for money. Chas .I Tali'for plfl'.
erty, ami for the pnr|H>se of transacting any
America’s Greatest Lady Cori
oilier business that may lawfully come before
the boaru, amt ail parties interested me re tion for money. C \V Talmage for plfl'.
taking a lew d-iees 1 was entirely well oi
quested to appear before said laiard at said time
22 I'he Sisters of Mercy vs Oregon
that trouble, and I wish to say further to
and place, and show cause, If any. why then
FLORENZ TROUPE \
assessments should not remain upon the roll. Fire Relief A shii ; action (or
lh> not neglect to examine your assessment, as
direct from the Empire
the assessor has no power to correct arrors after Henry E McGinn and Ramsey A Fenton
nearly all of the sickness among am a hale and hearty man today and of Acrobats,
atre, Ixmdon; their first ap
the meeting of the board.
Hated tills .Mil ilav of September, IS'.ri
pearance in America.
.1. M. VOCOM.
23 Richard Baird vs M It Martin and
but it is wholly unnecess-try. Bv keep R. Moo««. Sold by S. Howorth & Co.
Assessor of Yamhill County, Oregon.
Martha G Martin; ejectment. Jno J
ing their blood pure they can fortiiy thetiwhes Druggists.
FILIPINO WAR MVSECM
so as to escape three fourths of the ailments |
Spencer for pill'.
from which they suffer so generally. S 8 8. is i Photo mounts cut to any size you wish
24 I* A Bates vs John 1> Shearer, et
3 GREAT SISTERS MACARTE .
the remedy which will keep their systems young, by purifying th» blood,
ux ; order for deed. Ramsey A Fenton
thoroughly removing all waste accumulations, and impart at this office, and for sale cheaper than
I m-iirpaHHed Aerialisle, in their
ing new strength and life to the whole body, it increases the cheapest.
25 Victor Gross vs II T Graves, action
AND OTHER GREAT ATTRACTIONS
for money. Ramsey A Fenton for pltf.
Mrs. Sarah Dike. 417 Broadway, South Boston, writ-»:
2f> J H Olds et al va II H Aiderman;
“ I am seventy years old. and had not enjoyed good health I
A Season of Great Surprises and
action for money. J J Spent er for pill'.
for twenty years. I was sick in different way», and n
addition, had Eczema terribly on one of my legs. Tte|
Nollre I. Creditor..
doctor saiii that on account of my age, 1 would never be
Reducrd Rate, on All Tran.portaMaa Ua»»
well again. 1 took a dozen bottles of S. S. 3. and it cured ms |
I desire to make settlement of all ac
counts now due me. Those knowing
I feel as well as I ever did in my life. ’
themselves indebted to me will please
Mr J W Loving, of Colquitt. Ga , says: " For eight
een vears I suffered tortures from a tiery eruption on
make immediate settlement, ami avoid
niv »«in. I tried almost every known remedy, hut they
Digests what you eat.
failed one by one. and I was told that my age. which is
I' ijma XV kioht .
Pacific* Coaat Home
It artificially digests the food and aids
». . a * -a------ —
Home Supply Co.,
Nature in strengthening and recon-
to be well ng>un. I flnallv took 8. 8. 8„ and it cleansed
structingthe exhausted digestive or
niv blood thoroughly, and now I am in perfect health. ’
gans. It isthe latest discovered digest Th*' ftdloa int c. neml form« ar? al wavs In «lock
and f<»r «ale nt (he Reporter office : *
yimtetr Land, Act June 3, 1878.
I Will Examine Your
Eyes Free of charge
NEVER TOO OLD
TO BE CORED.
Bennett’s Renowned Militar
S. S. S. is a Great Blessing to
Old People. It Gives Them
New Blood and Life.
HOP » CLOTH
DON’T MISS IT!
8. 8. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
Wear. the .ignalare of Cao II PiaTcim.
la i»e for mere than thirty years, ami
Come to The Reporter office for type
writer papera. Legal and letter tuet.
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-j Mmt-cinim
< hatte! Mortcare
stantly relieve« and permanently cures
is the only remedv which can build up and strengthen
Bond for lh*ed
Hat I-fartion of Mort.
Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Heartburn,
old jieople. liecauae’it is the only one which is guaranteed
Not«'« and Receipts.
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
free from potash. msMirv. arsenic and other damaging
minerala« it is made fr<»ui root» and herb», and has no chemicals whatevei Sick Headache. Gast ralgta.Cramps, and Acknow IcdffrmentN.
in it. 8 8 8. cure» the worst case» of Scrofula, Cancer. F.ctema. Rlwumatism, «Mother results of Imperfect digestion
We carry « lanre Ko«-k of ttationery and Do
Proper by C. C- D»Wi« a Co . CbK»«»
Tetter Open Sore« Chronic fleers. Boils, or any other disease of the blood.
pvvp«rc-l io ito Jub printing o^vvry
Books on these disease» w ill be sent free by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta Ga.
ROGERS BROS, i oe-i wjia of the art an-1 *i low IVir«».