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Prof. F Northup and family left for
D. M. Caldwell is painting the Patty
Big lot of those famous Star 5 Star
shoes just arrived at the Racket Store.
Seaport yesterday morning.
residence this week.
Fred Weed is again at home after a
Mrs. Laura Nicklin will iiccompany
I’rof. II. L. Boardman and A. C. Chan
Another big shipment ot manufac
turer’s sampler of l.uv curtains just re two-wi-i'ks visit with his brother \\ ill at dler were fishing on the head w aters oi her parents to Newport today.
the Willamina last Saturday. Their
S I. Hibbs and family leave today for
ceived. This is one of the fittest lots ol LaCauius, Wash.
Judge Wm. Galloway and family are combined catch was nearly 1G0 fish.
two weeks’ camping at Meadow Lake.
such goods ever brought to the county,
Remember that Win. Lambert of the
comprising some very beautiful patterns up from Oregon City, to spend more or
Mrs II. L. Heath and children are
McMinnville steam laundry has the only visiting relutives in New Whatcom.
in Nottingham, Arabian guipure and less of the summer on their fruit farm.
For Infants ana Children.
Brussels net. Matty of them represent
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Scott are over at carjiet renovator and will cleanse your
F. J. Martin of Seattle is in tlm city
the very finest product of the factory Tillamook for a two weeks' stay, com- car|iets on short notice.
moving hia household effects ami family
and some of the handsotnest designs bining business with pleasure.
Wi l Newell, who has been employed to his new location.
ever produced. 1 hey are all very wide Nelson is attending to Mr. Scott’s biiBÎ- with the Columbia telephone company
Mrs. Rasmus Nelson, (laughter Bergit-
and about two yards long. They will news here.
of Portland, has accepted a position as
ta and sou Merle, left for Newport yes
be placed on sale at 25c, 35c, 50c aud hoc.
“Liquid Electricity” is becoming a
AVege fable Preparation for As
The last lot I had of these were sold out wouderlul remedy for internal or exter that city. He will travel in Washington terday, to remain some time.
similating the Food and Regula
in the first week they were advertised nal pain, particularly rheumatism and and Idaho.
The Chinese government, through the
ting the Stomachs and Bowels of
and many went away disappointed. neuralgia. Mrs. Nettie Ilively ¡ b agent,
Regarding prices for threshing grain, minister, Wu Ting Fang, has tiled claim
and is making many sales.
Conte early if you want your choice of
Ixi \\ IS < Illi Ulti X
Ex-Governor W. J. McConnell, of Ida a recent statement in this paper referred on account of the alleged outrageous
patterns. The price of butter and eggs
ho, government inspector of Indian to the old time prices as 3c fur oats and
is advancing, bring in all you can.
agencies, has been deposed from office for ic for wheat, per bushel. The figure for I'bere is a suggestion of Boxer outrages
C. C. MURTON.
reasons deemed good and sufficient by oats should have lieen 4c. Thresheruieu
ness and Rest.Contai ns neither
intend to charge 4c and 5c this year.
Optimi, Morphine nor Minorai.
to the state department, the treatment
It is predicted by good judges of the
N ot N ahcotic .
Elon Wallace, who has been working
inflicted upon the Chinese at Butte being
for the electric car company the put hop situation that there will be a short claimed to have Iteen cruel and oppress
age in this country for home consump
Star 5 Star shoes at the Racket Store. seven weeks, in Portland, has finished
ive, It is charged that some of them
Xcczpc rf Cid HrSAl ■
tion, and one authority thinks the
were killed, that others lost their prop-
L. P Pond is again with his daughter
on the Southern Pacific railroad.
ertv, that nearly all were ruined in buai-
H'rckclli AtrlO ■“
left for California on the 18th.
slruu Seed ♦
P. M Flynn of Baker City is Lome
strong enough to justify a prediction
claimants number several
en out. The
Mrs. M. J. Morris drove np to Dusty.
looking after business interests.
that the prices will be around 20 cents
lionet Seed -
hundred. The outrages date back to
Benton county, on Wednesday, to look
Ílevi fted Surtir .
per pound. This is certainly encourag
J. J. Henderson of Blaine, Or., was
1886, and it is declared that the city coun
after business interests. Mr. Morris and
ing to the Oregon growers, who <lo not
doing business in this city on Tuesday.
cil of Butte upheld the rioters and boy
Geo. Clark have been up there for some
A perfect Remedy for Constipa
Full line of field and garden seeds at time. They have two farms in that sec have to figure on more than half that cotters; that the state courts upon ap
tion, Sour Sion: .ch,Diarrhoea,
price for a profitable business.
the produce market of C. I. Daniels,
peal, decided, in language so unjudicial
sold as cheap as they can be purchased tion which they propose to look after per
As rapidly as possible the postoffice as to be itself a subject of complaint, that
sonally in the future, and they will soon
anywhere in the valley.
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
department is equipping carriers on ru the city council was right, and, finally,
J. R. Derby is still confined to the transfer their residence.
ral free delivery routes with a new form that relief could be obtained only meas
lac Stirale Signnlurc of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hoskins returned
house, not so well of late.
of nionev-order books, whereby carriers urably through an appeal to the United
Mrs. Joseph Holterg accompanied Miss last Saturday from a six weeks’ tour of will be able to take money from patroDB,
States circuit court.
The claim raises
Bird Nelson to her Newberg home on the Palouse and eastern Oregon country. issue them a receipt, purchase money or
Mr. Hoskins doesn’t like that section as
Monday and returned Wednesday.
ders at the end of their route, and either points of international law.
well as the Willamette valley, though he
mail them for purchasers or turn them
Judge Bird and M. U. Gortner have
reports business as good and a large
over next day. This is not the complete
purchased the McMillen property adjoin
lirul Estate Transfers.
wheat crop being harvested. He will
money order system it is hoped may
ing their residences, paying therefor
ending July 24.
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
probably remain as a citizen of McMinn
eventually be adopted in the rural free
Chas Saunders and wf to John
delivery service, but it is a first step in
THC CÜNTAUR COMPANY. NEW YO»tr C»TY.
You get the best values in hats, shoes,
Baxter e hf lot 5 blk 5 Lippin
Why not spend the vacation at Ya that direction.
corsets, hosiery, oil cloth, ribbons, lace
cott’s ist add to Dayton............
and embroidery, tinware and notions, quina bay, w here can be had excellent
A writer in the Sheridan Sun is stren Jno Baxter and wf to Chas. Saun
and big cut in rubbers at the Racket fare, good fishing, good boating, safe
ders ‘4 a near Dayton..................
uously urging a system of waterwoiks J K Dickey et ux to J H Bird 9 a
bathing, alluring rides anil rambles.
for that town, and uses some forcible ar
t 5 r 6
Miles Hendrick was marketing about The courses and exercises at the summer
gument. Sheridan certainly has great Leonard C Smith and wf to Oren B
150 boxes of early Armstrong peaches on school, of 1901, at Newport, will afford
Nichols 120 a sec n-3-5 ............
great variety ot instructions, diversion advantages in her location for securing Ruth’E Haines to Frederick Lau-
Monday. They were worth tIOc a box.
No other resort
ner a sec 6 22-2-3
We will make it an object for you to offers equal attractions and advantages. and should bestir herself to get it. An Geo H Maddux to H E Noble 160
order a new suit now. Step in and see
a sec 32-2-6......................................
Through fatal defects in the game laws other thing she should not be slow to
us. We have probably got just what of Washington, due to the generally avail herself of, is the great abundance O N Denny by executrix and Ger
trude J Denny to the United
you would like.
J ohnson , Tailor.
careless manner in which laws of genera) of gravel in the river bed uear by for States of America 1.38 a t 4 r 3 . .
If you are a buyer of Groceries in getting the
If McMinnville W C Brown by sheriff to Jas Ma-
interest to that state are made, Oregon street improvement.
most and the best for your money.
liood resale of tax deed to 34 03a
The families of L. Laughary and Wm. sportsmen are already looking forward had lhe same opportunity in this respect,
Campbell left today for Newport, ac to some sport with China pheasants depend upon it she would have the fin J B Buntin by sheriff to Jas Jla-
hood lot 4 sec 26 17 19a
companied by Mrs. John Laughary and across the Columbia. There is now no est streets in the state.
opera house grocery goes right along.
F W Sitton, sheriff to Geo Sunder-
two children of Steilacoom, Wash. They closed season for upland birds in Wash
lin 320 a in secs 14, 15 and
Ed Fendell up Chehaiem valley- has
t 5 r 6 . .. ..................................
will be absent several weeks.
ington, and sportsmen may shoot them been allowing a frisky paint brush to
bottom prices this month. Come and see.
North Yamhill Cemetery Assn
J. 0. Cooper was the first man to
J Collins lofs 2, 3, 4,
hitch bis residence Io the new sewer, are already of fairly good size, and some aud the result reads in bold letters to
e hf blk 32 cemefefy .
Joseph Hoberg was second and D. B shooting has already been done, For the passer by, “Take your sugar beets to J T Stnifh el al to Jesse R Press
nail lot I blk 18 H & L add to
Kingery third. And bo it will go on “P the benefit of Oregon sportsmen, how- the Newberg sugar beet factory.” There
Newberg...................... ... ... ........
the line. It is going to be generally
\V B and Mahal» J Powell to U B
of the open season may take them across mixed in that paint .
Now that the
garded a great benefit.
and E L Frost 90 go a and 8x20
rods in t 5 r5 ................................ 4300
The three-year-old daughter of Mr. and the boundary line, it is well to state that season for big strawberry stories is over,
the birds killed in Washington must be Newberg horticulturists intend that F W Sitton, sheriff, to John Red
MrB. Thus. Draper, who live above Hap
mond 322 at4r5..........................
eaten in that state.
They cannot be their reputation shall be sustained in
py valley, died of membraneous croup
brought into Oregon during the time other directions. Joseph Hall brought
In tbe circuit court of the state of Oregon, for
on Tuesday, and was buried the follow
the county of Yamhill. Department No. 2.
• 13.00 Io Kultalo.
that, it is unlawful to kill them in this in some gooselierries Wednesday, the
Mollie Rice, plaintiff,
Thia signature is on every box of the genuine
ing day, in Masonie cemetery, Bev. Fen
Are yon going? The lowest regular
state. The moment they reach Oregon largest of which measured four and one
Laxative Bromo>Quiniiie Tablets
Ralpii L. Rice, defendant.
der conducting the service.
soil they become the property of the quarter inches one way and three aud
To Ralph L. Rice, the above-named defend
the remedy that cur.« a cold in one day
The nineteenth annual catalogue of the state and subject to its jurisdiction. This three quarters tije other. /V few berries same returning, making the lowest round
N the name of lhe state of Oregon, you are
trip $115.40, but the Burlington route
Oregon State Normal is at hand, and is principle of law was laid down by Judge of this variety should be “put off at will now sell you round trip tickets foi
hereby re<|Ulred to appear and answer the
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTORS.
complaint tiled against you in the above enti
a very complete publication. The fall Bellinger, of the United States district Buffalo.’'—Newberg Graphic.
$80, which is the same as $43 each way,
tled court and suit, on or before six week« from
tlie lith day of .lune. A. D. 1901, which is the
and you can have choice of routes and
term opens Sept. 17th.
Dr. J.F. Cal- court, in his decision of the test trout
Notice is hereby given that I have ap- date
of the font publleation ot this summons,
«even trains on dates of sale. Go over pointed the following deputy stock in ami
if you fail to so appear ami auswer, the
breath is now a member of the board of case fought out in the courts this spring.
Kekoluliuiia ol Condolence.
one road and return another. On this spectors for Yamhill county :
plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief
regents. During the 18 yenrs of the An effort was made to sell in Oregon
for in lhe complaint liled herein, to-wit:
WHBRHAS, the angel of death has eu- low rate you can also reach other eastern
John Redmond, South McMinnville prayed
F's'i a decree dissolving the marriage contract
normal's history 663 students have grad trout caught in Washington during the tered our union and taken from us 011 r points ; tu kets are first-class and stop precinct : postoilice address McMinnville. now
existing between yourself anti plaintiff, for
Quickest time and
naled, of whom about 380, or two-thirds, time it was unlawful to catch them in esteemed brother J. W. Watts, be it
Ahe Blackburn, Checowan» precinct; the care unil custody of Harry Rice, a minor
child, ansi for such other relief as may be equi
best service. Write us for full particu poslotlice address North Yamhill.
have become teachers.
ibis state. The w»irt held that the mo
Resolved, That tile Woman's Christian lars before making other arrangements.
Chas. Mitchell, Amity precinct; post
ByorderofHon.lt P. Bird, judge of the coun
ment the fish reached Oregon territory Temperance Union has lost a valuable Address R. W. Foster, Ticket Agent office address Amity.
ty court for Yaiiihill comity, stale of Oregon,
June 12th, A. II. 1901. this summons is
Burlington Route, Third Street, Corner
they became the property of (be state i member whom we sincerely mourn.
M. W. POTTER,
served by publication thereof, once a week,.for
Stark, Portland, Oregon.
weeks, in the Yamhill county
anil subject to its game laws, The »«mt
Resolved, That we extend to the fam
Reporter, a newspaper of general circulatfou am’l
rule applies io reference to pheiisants ily of our brother our sympathy and
in said eonnit ami
Ol Ik C1.I HHIMU LINT.
C. C. LINDEN,
and other game.
condolence in their sad bereavRUietit;
Attorney for plaintiff.
We have special arrangements with
Mrs. W. T. Gilley and ber nieces and be it further
the following leading publications, the Mohave desert in California the
Resolved, That a memorial page be set
Misses Lena aud Ina Stillwell are now
whereby we are able to offer them in prospectors struck flowing streams
in San Francisco attending the national apart in our minute book as a token of
Petroleum is considered
connection with our own at exceedingly of water.
In the Circuit Court of the State of Ore-on, for
meeting of Epworth League. They will our love and respect to our deceased
brother’s memory, that these resolutions low rates, as follows : The R eporter and a bonanza, but in such a country a the county of Yamhill.
probably remain a month or more in Cal be inscribed thereon, a copv be pub Weekly Inter Ocean............................................ 81.35
P. C. thomnseii. plaintiff. >
flowing artesian well should be the
ifornia............ W. T. Gilkey has a variety lished in the Yamhill Reporter, and Rural Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25
C. E. Tbontasen, defendant i
To C. F- Thomason, the above named defendant'
of barley which it would be well for sent to the bereaved family, and that a Oregonian, weekly............................................. 2.00 greater bonanza of the two.
IN the name of the state of Oregon, von «re hi r.
every farmer in this section to raise, as chair be drapv'd ill mourning for a period The Weekly New York Tribune....................... 1.50
by required to appear and answer Hi-com
of thirty days.
The Tri-weekly New York Tribune................ 2.00
plaint tiled against iou in the above entitled
• 13.00 to lki(lfa|o.
he informs us that where it is ROVMl Oil
in said court, mi or before the -.3d day m
Loi t:s.v VtCKiiKV, <
1901, which is the first dav 01 the next
Sail Francisco Examiner, weekly................... 2.15
land overgrown Uy lajUl pink.that it kills
This is what the eetablisheii rate September.
A nna H ainhs ,
regular term of said court, niter the date of this
the pink, which now has become a great
amounts to in each direction, making ♦erviee of summons upon you, and if vou tell so
I da I' arkhr ,
$86.00 for the ronnd trip, and by arrang to answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will >1 p-
pest in this vicinity. The barley referred
ply t<> the court tor the relief prayed for in Im
When the quantity of food taken is too ing with the Burlington route passengers complaint, w hich is for a decree of said court di
to is of the Alsike variety. He first got
are given 1 he choice of seven traina on vorcing the plaintiff from the defendant, and
a start of it on a small scale. Wm. l’al-
the marriage contrail now existing
is likely to follow, and especially so it dates of eale. Caff upon or wiite us for dis-ohing
la-tween platutill and defendant and boldlngtbe
mer received a small package of it from
the digestion has been weakened by con- full particulars before making other ar same for naught, and for such other and further
relief as to the court may seem meet v uh equity
a relative in California
He laid it
A Knot! Innrln
sti nation. Eat slowly and not too freely rangements. R. \V. Foster,Ticket Agent, ami
»rm» rik I p<M»r look
ot easily digested food- Masticate ’the Burlington Ronte, Corner Third and
away until time to sow, when he found
ing )|ar 11 »' mm K t
Tlussuiuuions is published for six weeks in the
statk Stieets, l’oytland, Oregon.
won't kind of n c<i
County Reporter a weekly newspaper
the mice bad been in it and not over a
published at McMinnville. Oregon, by oruer of
between meals and when you feel a full
P. Boise, judge of said court, made in
half dozen perfect seeds were left. Mr
ness and weight in the region of the
chambers, at Salem. Oregon, on the 25111 day oi
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis stomach alter eating, indicating that
Balmer planted these and raised a gallon
tune. 1901. The tirsl publication ol this sum
__ Kind You Havo Always Bought
mons is on the 5tb dav ot July. 1901.
or more of barley from them. This Mr. courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigot you have eaten too much, take one of
J. It. MAGERS,
and cheerfulness soor Chamberlain's stomach and liver tablets Signature
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Gilkey bought, paying a good price for it.
not only vnukoMh»' Imrnv** nn I1
Mr. Gilkey, the second year after pur
neys are out of order sale by Howorth & Co.
chasing seed had sivticient to sow 26
Kidney trouble has
acres. It ripens early in the season,
___ become so prevalent
NOTICK OF IfPOINT »IKNT.
In theCounty Court of the State of Oregon,
i \xr \p|>
t hia year Mr. Gilkey cut bis early in
A,I that it is not uncommon
If von are going to the exposition, or
for the County of Yamhill.
M. 8. Adams brought in
for a child to be borr any other point east, do not make yonr
In the matter of the Estate ot (
.¡' y F--’ afflicted with weak kid- arrangements until you have secured ■V<>TICE is hereby given that the county
Annie E. Breon. Deceased, t
a couple of deer, the finest of the week,
court of Y air h li county st .••
L~-1 neys. If the child urin- rates from the Burlington ronte; they has duly
To C. C Breon, aud to Alf Smith, as guardian
appointed Mary I. Johnson adminis
which he had killed while at Meadow
the person and estate of Lewis C. Little, b t a
ates too often, if the will interest von. Callor write for full tratrix of the estate ot Jacob P Johnson, de
Lake He tells a joke 011 Spencer Bax urine scalds the flesh or if. when the chile particulars It W. Footer, Ticket Agent, ceased. and all parties having claims against R. Little. Erodrick E. Little and Hutter l ittle
heir« of Ko«e Utile and F. L Little, both
said estate are hereby notified to present their
ter, w hich, having seen the transaction, reaches an age when it should be able tc Burlington Boule. Corner Third and claims to said Mary I. Johnson at her home in deceased, greeting
West Chehalt-m, Y am kill county, Oregon, veri I X THE N (Mr OF THE STATE OF OREGON.
appears very amusing to Mr. Adams. control the p cssagc. it is yet alflicted wish Stark Streets, Portland. Oregon.
fied as by law r -quired. within six months from I You are hereby cited and required to ap
bed-wetting, depend upon it. the cause ol
pear in the County Court of the Stare of Oregon
It appears that Mr Baxter shot a cub the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
the date of th|s notice,
lor lhe County of Yatnhill, at the court room
bated this the 26th day of Julv, V.n>i.
hear, and the mother lieing near by, step should bp towards ths treatment 01
thereof, at McMinnville, in tbe County of Yam
M \KY J. JOHNSON.
hill. state of Oregon, on Monday, tbe 2d dav of
started for Baxter, who also hastily start these important organs. This unpleasant
.««‘ptember. 190t. at two o'clock in the afternoon
son. dec« a*ed.
of that day. then and there to show cause if any
ed fora tree in which to escape from trouble is due to a diseased condition c( the Signature
M c C ain «k VINTON, Attys for Admt'ic
exists, why an orderof sale should not be made
kidneys and bladder and not to a hat it a;
the enraged liesr. He reached a tree most people suppose.
a« in the petition prayed for. liled in -aid court
in «aid v«tate on July 17th. A D 1901, by t C
and made a haatv ascent.
Women as well as men are made mis
Appenon, asexeeutor of said estate being • pe
tition tiled for an order of sale of the following
close at Ins heels, but did not climb the erable with kjdncy and bladder trouble
During la«t Mav an infant child of onr
real estate belonging to -aid estat,
tree, but kept close watch nt (be man in and both need the same groat remedy neighbor ws« «uttering from cholera in V' • ■ l ■ - 1 - I . • : ' X. . -I. U.S' I It "I.I- 1.1 to-wit
The mild and the immediate effect o fautuin The doctors bad given up all • ’
ints'trwtoi of the estate ol \lar«.*n s
and being in Yamhill County
the tree for two hour or more, seeming Swamp-Root is soon reaiieed. It is sol.
Begley, decesseli. Us- hied bi« Unsi aceouut ss State of Oregon and bounded as follows to-
hopes of recovery 1 took a bottle of sucn
at lhe Southwest corner uf lhe
determined to seett's some fresh meat by druggists, in fifty-
Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diar- court for Y*mh111 county, state of Oregon, and donation land claim of John Monroe and wife
for dinner. The brute then beeoming cent and one dollar
rhoea remedy to the ho.ise. telling them that Monday, the 12th day of August. A P 1901. Notitication No. 1322, Claim No. ”4, in Section
ai n n o’clrwk in the Forenoon of .aid day in the No IS, in T. 5 8., K. 5 W of Willamette Meridi
[ felt sure it would do good if used ac court
disgusted or tired, much to the delight sires. You may have ag
mom oi said county court, at McMinn an in said couuty : thence north with west line
Th* beat wwtrr|»r««t «MrMrNia
sample bottle by mail
cording to directions In two davs’ lime rille. Oregon, ha« lies-n aypointof by Hon. R r. of «aid claim is.10 chains: thence east 9ti «0
Ma-Ic fr • « tn»*
wnrrnnlfil •* h I i rpritnl.
free, also pamphlet tell Flome «■( K*4ui|> liow-t the child had completely recovered. The Pird, judge nf ««id court, a« the time and place chain«; thence south la III chain«; thence we«t
th* rotiKhi 't w<»rh »nd »»ath« r
movements of bruin, left. After some ing all about it. Including many of the child is now vigorous and healthy. I for the hearing of objection« to Mid nnal ac '« co chains to the place of beginning and con
I.«•«•!< Inr ihr trnrfr mark. If yonr<l»al«*t
count and lhe «ettlement thereof.
taining 175 acres more or less
do*« not hat* them, writ.- l«»r ratal«««* to
Ijme Barter descended from hia perch; thousands of testimonial letters receiver have re, 'mmemted thi« remedy frequent
1 ale-l Julv Mb. A. 0 I* I.
Witness, tbe Hou. IL P. Bini. Judge of the
I. Y. Initia« sad Facing <•», let« , Kat F natine*.
Court of the State of vr-gou tor the
having exliMAte'J wonderful agility in
.r H. M. • tk I » K A »«»>. <•!* 11 fW
Administrator ot tbe estate ot Watson 9 Bag ! (. otinty of Yamhill, with the seal of «aid court
& Co.. Binghamton. N.
be sure am Curtis Baker. Bookwaiter, Ohio
17th day of July, A D 1901.
mention this paper.
by Howorth A Co.
k. L. CONNER, Att y for Mid Administrator.
Attest: J. TI. NELSON. Clerk.
Lac¿ Curtain Samples.
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L. E. Walker
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by