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(joy. Geer says that be *¡11 not wait
much longer for the arrival of the ¡Span
ish cannon which was to have beensput
C. Grissen’u new stockol wa'I paper. G
United States f.an<l office,
to Oregon to be uiade into medals for
Oregon City, Ore., oct. 2, !8V9.
OTICE is hereby given that in compliance
Ward Sitton ol Carlton Suiitiaved ¡1» the volunteers. If the cannon.does not
with the provUlom* of the act of congress
of June 3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
eome within a week, the governor says
litnt>er lands in the state« of California, Oregon.
Alliert M. l^evis has moved to A-»tpria, he will consult General Sammers io re
Nevada and Washington Territory, ' asextende<)
to all the public land states by m-t of August 4,
where ho has employment in a lumber» gard to collecting metal brought home by
UR«, Leroy Lew is of M< MinnviHe, county of
Yamhill, state of Oregon, has this day tiled in
the returning volunteers, and will ini-
this „Hire his sworn statement No. <5091, tor the
Photo mounts cut to any size you 1» ish mediately--make arrangements for the
purchase <>f the EJol k'a of Section No. 31, in
Towusbip No. 2soulli, range No. 7 we«t, ami will
at tliis office, and for sale cheaper than’ manufacture orYhc medals. The gover
offer proof to show that the land Bought is more
valuable for its timber or Muiie than lor agricul
nor favors a design bearing the Oregon
tural p’.riHBU’s, and to establish his claim to sui'i
coat of-arms, and es|>ecially appropriate
laiat L.ff^rt the register ami m Biverof H um office
ut Oregon City. Oregon, on Tuesday, the 2d day
large invoice of coffee ui ail grades and for niellala for volunteers from this state.
He names a-s witnesses: W. J. Wiseearver, A.
ptices. Call and try them.
• ”0ne-Mii>ute Cough Cure is the best
E. Cook and W. H FleU iier of McMinnville,
Oregon, ami John Starr <»f Dayton, Oregon.
Mr. Sidney Bovingdon im* recentljk reiqedyd ever ueeii for coughs and - coldsi
Any and all persona claiming adversely the
above deM i iirfu lands are requested to flic their
been added to the Cumb. l’rctAfteifaW] U ¡» uiffrqualed for whooping cough,
claims in this office on or Ixdore said 2d day of
The Discoverer of Swamp-hoot at Work la church choir in tl>e capacity of violinist. Children all like it," writes H. N. Will
CHAS. B MOORES Register.
I have money to loan on farm prop iams, Gentryville, lud.
There Is a disease prevailing in this
Timber Land, Act Jun«13, 1878.— Notice for country most dangerous because so decep erty at good term«.
Parties wishing to
gives immediate result«. Cures coughs,
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by borrow, call and see me.
colds, hoarseness, croup, pneumonia,
It—heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
It L. C onner .
United States Lan«! Office,
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
bronchitis and all throat and lung
Oregon City. Ore., Oct. 2, 1899.
A son was recently born to Mr. and
WTOTICEis hereby given that in compliance disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad
tipUbles. Its early use prevents con
L y I
w ith the provisions of the act ot congress vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack Mrs. P. D. Glenn, fornterly-of McMinn
sumption. Rogers Bros.
ot June 1, 1878. entitled “An act for the sah* of the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
ville, now of Muncie, lud., tliat weighed
timber lands in the states of California, Otegon,
Nevada and Washingtoii Territory, as extended
The social and supper by the ladies of
to all lite public land states by act or August 1th. Then the richness of the blood— the albumen 13 pounds.
the Episcopal church last Thursday
1892, W. J. Wtsei’arver of McMinnville, county —Ieak3 out and the sufferer has Bright’s
01 VanihHi, state of Oregon, has Ibis day filed
in this office his sworn statement No 51)90, for the Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
the blood,.clean the^liver, invigorate the evening was a pleasant occasion. The
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
purchase of the
of W * w of beetion No. :’-i. in
program consisted of a piano duet by
Range No. 7 west, and will covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder system.. Famous little pills for consti
offer pti.of to show that the laml sought is more
Rogers Bros. Mrs. Evenden and Miss Maud Hobbs,
valuable for its timber und stone thau for agricul- and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands pation and liver troubles.
vocal solos by Mrs. Ethel Dorris and
tural pur|M>scs, ami to establish his claim to said of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
The trip of the steamer Gypsv up the
laud before the register and receiver of this of efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent
Misses Mollie Patty, Jennie Snyder and
H<e at Oregon <’ity, Oregon, on Tuesday,» the 2d
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free river Sunday was for tfie purpose of load Stella Redmond, and a recitation by
day of January, J9()0.
He names as witnesses: Leroy Lewis, A. E. by mail, also a book telling about Swamp- ing aliont a thousand sacks each of Hour
Miss Ina Pugh.
The college octette of
Cook ami Heury Fletcher of McMinnville, Ore
Root and its wonderful cures. Address and feed.
The shipment of Hour com
gon, and John Starr of Dayton, Oregon.
ladies appeared to tine advantage in
Any ami all persons claiming adversely the Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton, N. Y. and pletes an order of 7,(XHi packs to go to
above ilescribed lands are requested to tile their mention this paper.
Japan. The feed was a local shipment
claims in this office on or before said 2d <hiy
of January, 1‘.K mi .
We now have a few thousand dollars to
Portland. The Star mills was the ship
(’HAS. B. MOORES. Register. J
EAST AND SOUTH to
loan on farm properly, at good terms.
I rvine A V inton .
The Mew Home and Climax sewing
J. 3. Fairchilee and family will move
machine«, needlee and extras at C. Gtis-
to Coos Bay for the winter in a short
United States Land Office,
Sheriff Henderson sold 80
Oregon City, Oregon, Oct. 10, 1899.
Mrs. James Andereon, of Omaha, time..
OTICE tn hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the net ot Congress
Neb., is visiting at the residence of Prof. telephone poles near the depot last Sat
of June 3,1878, entitled “An act lor the sale of
S.-S. Duncan; site is accompanied by her urday to satisfy a lien and judgment in
timber lands In the States of California, Ore-
Son. Nevada and Washington Territory,” as ex
two children. Mrs. Anderson is a sister favor of E. M. Ward. The poles brought
I'wo Express Trains Pally
tolled to all the public land states by act of
Mrs. Sarah Richards of
Aug list 4, 1892, Christopher <Robbins of Me-
to Mrs. Duncan.—Dayton Journal.
Miunville, (’Oiuity ol' Yamhill, stale of Oregon,
Tacoma visited with relatives in this lo
has this day 11 led in this office his sworn state Ptmland .... *:to A M J Portland.. ...7:15 PM
President Hawley, of Willamette uni
ment No. 6103, for the purchase of the E12 of EX> Portland............. 7:00 P M Portland......... 9.15AM
cality during the week. She is a sister
of Section No. 24, in Township No. 2 S. in Range San Francisco 8:05 A M Han Francisco..7.00 A M versity, will lecture in the Methodist
to Mrs. Bedwell, George, Norris and
No. 7 W., and will offer proof to show that the
an -F rancisco. .8:25 P M San Francisco..6:55 P M
church at North Yamhill this evening,
land sought is more valuable for Its timber or
atouc than for agricultural purposes, and to es Ux'Ve trains stop at all stations between Port lor the benefit of the public school li Joseph Perkins, and is well and favor
tablish his claim to said land before the Reg land ami .Salem, Turner, Marion, Jefferson,
ably known to most all the older resi
ister and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Ubany, Tangent. 8h«*dds, Halsey, Harrisburg, brary.
dents of this vicinity.—North Yamhill
Oregon, on Tuesday, the 2d day of January, (unction < ity, Eugene, Cottage Grove, Drain.
Mkland and all stations from Roseburg to San-
A letter received from Eugene Leoper Record.
He names as witnesses: Oliver O. Rliude, Era n ci •■co inclusive,
in Nebraska savs: ‘‘1 have been liusk-
James O. Rogers and Nicholas E. Kegg of Mc
W. G. Magers was last week sentenced
Minnville, Oiegon, and Wm.G. Rhode of North
DININft CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
lugcorn, but I would rather take my
Judge Burnett to be hanged for mur
PULL.MKN * BUFFET
Any and all persons
saw and saw buck ami saw w ood for a
lands are re-
living. It l as been snowing and blow der, on Feb. 2d, 1900. Thia is the third
quested to tile their claims in this office on or
before said 2d <lav of January. 1900.
ing for the last day or so, and this time that Magers lias been sentenced,
( HAS. B. MOORES, Register.
SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS,
weather seems awful funny to me. De the two former sentences having been
Timber I.»nd, tel lune 3, IH7H—No
Attached to all Through Trains.
liver me from Nebraska ard al! there ia rendered nugatory by appeals to the su
West Side Division.
lice tur Publication.
in it. If I live and keep my health, 1 preme court. When Magers was brought
PORTLAND a ND CORVALLIS
think that I shall be out there again, ii into the court room he was asked by the
United States Land Office,
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
Oregon City, Oregon, Oct. 10, 1899.
they did have me in the insane asylum.” Judge if he had anything to say why
CXriCK ia hereby given that incompliance
sentence should not be pronounced upou
A r 1 5 «50 P M
7:«0 A M 1 Lv
with the provisions of the act of congress
My son had been troubled for years him.
Lv 1 3:06 P M
10:00 A M Lv
of June 3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
He arose and declared that he
Lv 1 1:20 P M with chronic diarrhoea.
limber lands in the States of California, Oregon, 11:56 P M Ar
Sometime ago was innocent of the crime of which be
Nevada, and Washington Territory,” as extend
ed to ail the Public Land States by act of Aug
At Albany and Corvallis connect with I persuaded him to take some of Cham had been convicted; that the testimony
ust 1, 1892, Nicholas 1 Kegg, ol Mt Minnville,
rains of Or. Central <fc Eastern Ry.
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
comity of Yamhill, state of Oregon, hasthis day
against him was not true, and ttiat he
filed in this office his sworn statement No. Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.) Remedy. After using two bottles of the
would go to the gallows an innocent
6102, for the purchase of the SE )4 of Section No.
25-cent size he was cured. I give this man. The condemned man showed
32. in Townsnip No. 2 S, Range No. 6 W., amt
l:M> FMI. I.v
will oiler proof io show that the land sought is
1.21 P M I Ar
testimonial, hoping some one similarl.v more agitation than at any former time,
more valuable for its timber or stone than for
s :W P M I Ar Independence
agricultural purposes,and to establish hi "claim
may read it and be lienelited. and there were tears in his eyes when he
to said land before the Register ami Receiver of
Rebate tickets on riale between Portland. Sac —Thoma« C. Bower, Gleucoe, O.
this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on Tuesday, rauientn
the 2d day of January, 1900.
«ale by Howorth A Co., druggists.
He names as witnesses: Oliver O Rhode and ■ ■lass. and til M'cond-elHus. Including steelier.
The first of the week F. B. Ferguson
C. It. MARKHAM,
James o. Rogers of McMinnville, Oregon, and
Last Wednesday Mr. P. M. Scroggin shipped to Portland a double decked
Wm. G. Rhone and George ii. Maddox of North
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
Lion car of hogs........... J. J. Henderson and
Rates and tickets to Eastern points and Europe, started by train for Lebanon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above-describen lands are requested to tile'their lino JAPAN, CHINA. HONOLULU anil APS county, where he will make his future
wife will leave for either Ashland or
claims in this office on or before said 2d day of TRAI.lA.can be obtained from
home. He lias purchased a brick build Long Beach Friday morning. Mr. and
of Januury, 1900
CHAS. B. MOORES,
(L A. Wilcox or M. U. Gortner,
ing at Lebanon ami in connection with Mrs. Henderson have many Amity
Ticket Agent», McMinnville.
It KOEHLER. Manager.
other paities will, sometime during the friends who will wish them happiness
MITICI or MIÍ KIM'S SU K
coining month, open utit in the bauking and prosperity in their new home
business. Mrs. Scroggin will leave here Seth Fuelling has been troubled with
OTICE is her* l-y given, that tin- undersigned
to »her iff of \ ambili county, Oregon, un
Saturday and join him in their sheep killing dogs too much and ha1
der and by Virtue of a W rit of execution, tinted
T m <■■■(>-lit <■ X.'ur«' < nn«IHnt I •<■
December 13tli. 1899, issued out of the Circuit
new home. Pies was quite a landmark posted trespasH notices. He had twent’
Court of said county amt state, upon and to cn
force the decree of thrcelosiire amt sale, made
The Hist indication of croup is hoarse here, born and raised on the old home head of tine sheep badly torn by dos
l<V «aid court on the |Hlb dn) <d October, 1899,
stead close to Sheridan. He was part one night last week and he has madrup
" k <*.?«#»
Emma It Torrance v> Fredeitck ness, and in n child subject to that dis
Quaupo and othei”, ami to me <lire< ted, | will,
and parcel of the community, public his mind there is no money in it ....
outlie 20th »lav ol J.iiiunry, I'M), at eleven ease it. may be taken as a sure sign of
o’clock A. M., vl said day, nt the court house the approach of an attack.
Following spirited, an earnest worker and a mem R. O. Jones lias a force of men busy
door in McMinnville, tn mid t iiunH mid stale,
ber of the C11 riatia 11 church. He and every pleasant day digging and washig
»ell al public auction to the highest bidder (or th is hoarsenesa is 11 peculiar rough cough.
caah in I . 8. gold coin, the following described
Iris family will prove a loss to both the potatoes, and, by the way, he has mae
real property belonging to the defendants in
said cast*, to wit
given us soon ns the child becomes business and social interests ol this com use of the creek to assist him by puttig
TheS halt ol tin • E aliar ter of tin1 X. E.
munity. The Sun most cheerfully com in a dam and sluice,so all he has to dHe
quarter of Sec 13, in T. 2 S., R. > \V.. containing hoarse, or even alter the croiipv cough
20 acres, ami ahou portion of the 8 \V. quaitei appears, it will prevent the attack.
It mends him to the good graces of the to haul a loail of potatoes to the slice
of the N U qi nrterof section is, in 1.2 8., R.
4 W., ami bounded
follows: Beginning al the ia used in many thoiisands of homes in community in his new home.—Sheridan and "presto change" they come outiice
• B. W. corner of
V quartet of said N. \\
quarter of said See Is: thence I Ih roda; thence thia broad land and never disappoints
aixl clean.— Amity Times.
N. tn rod«; thence V)
is rods; thence 8. on
township line betwr en townships 4 and > forty
loda to the place of beginning, < onttdnirig 12 learn of a single instance in which it has
act vs, more nr lesp m H ot said real premise* lie-
No other prepar
ing in sani county and stale. Said land* are to not proved effectual.
be »0Mold ’o satisfy raid ext.rution
atiou can show such a record—twentv-
W G III NIU’RSON,
Sheriff of Yamhill Couiitx
tive years’constant use without a fail
ure. For sale by Howorth A Co., drug
Timber Lang, Act Jun« 1, 1878
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
The Shasta Route
In the District Court of the United States for
the District of Oregon.
In tlie matter of
EMMA G. CoNX ER,
To the creditors ot Emma G. I'ohUvr.
____ ni Belle
vue, in the county of Yamhill, amt district
aforesaid, a bankrupt.
Notice is hereby given that oi^H
December, A. D. i‘"*9, the - •
was duly adjuib’ *• *
tìrxS” ’ “ z
.1. C. Heath has Holdout his restaurant
t > W. A. Convert who will continue the
*• tnlkim» of re-
l)oo D rop *
For Infants and Children
Vegetable Preparation lor As
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
1 MAX IS
( rt «LOKEN/
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opmni.Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N ahcotic .
Aff» jnon'hv old
J j D osi --
EXACT COPY OF V/RAPPEP.
slew fall otcek
I have ordered a Large Stock of New Fur|
ture lor th* Fall trade, much of it beint* alreac
here, and more yet to arrive. A specially large
supply of Bedroom Suits. The stock is yiore than
will go in my store room, and 1 am placing them
on display over the Racket store. Come and see us.
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