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Win. Chrisman and wile, A. H. Gaunt THE ORIGIN OF PLTHOLEl fif
Estate of Isidore Ertle. Will admitt
' and wife and Henry Eccleston and wife Kcleatiwlk Sot Altogether Agreed Ou
ed to probate upou proofs taken in open
1 he Subject.
Harvest is at hand and I want 5000 | are over on the Big N’eBtucca.
court. Mary M Ertle appointed execu
nieu,’women and children to come to my
Bv the discovery of large quantities of
trix without bonds.
store ami buy their supplies for harvest W. T. Matlock ou July 24th, at the home petroleum in California and Texas with
Estate of Jacob P Johnson. Inven
in the last few months the question is
ing and hop picking.
I am selling
tory and appraisement filed and ap
men’s shirts, gloves, shoes, etc,,, ladies’
Mrs. Myrtle Barnhart of Salem made again raised how such accumulations in
proved. Ordered that projierty exempt
wrappers, waists, hosiery, gloves, etc. a brief visit to friends in McMinnville the earth originated. Oil is sometimes
from execution as prayed for be set
cheaper.than such goods have ever been on Tuesday, returning home the follow found very near the coal deposits, and it
aside for use of widow. Ordered
sold in Yamhill county. We ¿are. J very ing day.
is somewhat akin to coal in composition. administratrix harvest, care for
busy now preparing To fill^our contracts
Remember that Wm. Lambert of the Hence it has been inferred that it had a store the grow ing crop of grain and
to supply several threshing outfits. My McMinnville steam laundry lias the only vegetable origin. No doubt is entertained
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which lins been
on lands of deceased.
grocery department has assumed much carpet renovator and will cleanse your as to the nature of coal. This is univer
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
Estate of Theodore H Gilbert,
greater proportions than I had any idea carpets on short notice.
sally attributed by experts to wonderfully port of payment of 50 per cent pro rata
— and has been made under his per-
it would in the short time since I added
luxuriant vegetation of bygone ages, payment ou claims filed and approved.
sonal supervision since its infancy.
that department, which simply means
when the atmosphere was hotter and Petition for sale of real estate filed and
Allow no one to deceit e you ill this.
that I carry the right good* and sell at
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are bv.t Ex
Stella Patty of Tennessee the past week. damper than now and contained more Sept. 2d set to hear same. Citation to
the right prices. There are a few of
The young lady started ou the return carbonic acid. Then, too, in Russia, the heirs ordered.
periments that trifle with and endanger the health of
those lace curtain samples left that I
oil contains such substances as benzole,
Infants and Children—Experience against Expriment.
home last Tuesday.
advertised last week.
or carbonic acid, a product of coal tar.
Kent Estate 1’rauttera.
A. S. Pense, former station agent here,
C. 0. MURTON.
Another theory which is entertained
Week ending July 31.
returned from Portland Monday evening, is that the oil came from animal remains
after a loug period in the hospital from stored away in the earth. There is plen Wisdom Millsap by sheriff to
Alfred Flynn blks 10 and II
rheumatism. He has resumed bis for ty of evidence, from fossils, that quanti
Castoria is a substitute tor Castor Oil, Paregoric, Bruin
mer position and hopes to overcome bis ties of fish liyd in the shallow seas that s M Woodward and wt to Mary E $
and Soothing’ Syrups. It is Harmless anti Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor oilier Vireotie
Star 5 Star ehosa at the Racket Store. rheumatism in a short time.
once covered parts of the American con
13, t 3 r 2 and 3......................... 8000
substance. Its age is its guarantee, it destroys Worms
Dick Phillips, Sr., while coming to tinent, though one only finds their bones, Julia
The deadly cucumber baa taken its
L Ramsey et al to Julia B
allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and W ¡nd
town Saturday met with a narrow escape. not the flesh. And it is well known that
Johnson lots 5, 6, 7 and 8 blk 10
place in the market.
Colic. It relieves Teething’ Troubles, cures Constipation
some species of fish which are exceeding
Wild blackberrie* have been milling
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
it in his coat pocket not entirely ex ly abundant today contain a good deal The Dundee Prune Co. by sheriff
in the market at 35c per gallon.
to Thos. Prince tracts 1 to 41 in
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy ami natural sleep.
tinguished, with the result that it set of oil. The menhaden fishery is con clusive
and tracts 46 to 62 inclu
Big lot of those famous Star 5 Star his clothes on fire. With vigorous effort
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
ducted largely for the purpose of obtain sive and tracts 69 and 7o of Dun
•hoes just arrived at the Racket Store
on the part of himself and wife, Dick's ing this substance. It is asserted that
dee Orchard Homes No. 2. . .6099.95
Mr. and Mrs. M L. Hays of Nebraska tenure of life has been prolonged up to
David W Ralston by trustee to E
are guests of W. D McDonald, their this time.
C Keyt lot 2 blk 1 S Sheridan .
nephew, and his family.
Bears the Signature cf
Mary J. Wise to a in Jas Bradley
Up at Independence a young woman menhaden oil by distillation.
Full line of field and garden seeds at accidentally dropped a dime down the Washington correspondent of the Balti
die t 3 r 2.....................................
the produce market of C. F. Dauiels,
Ella and John Brown to John Fer
gold as cheap as they can be purchased back of a strange young man when she more Sun remarks;
guson 5 a sec 17 3-2 ..................
sought to put it in the contribution box
“Sixty per cent of the stuff consisted Aaron Mills and wf to Seth A Mills
anywhere in the valley.
1 a part A G Henry die t 3 r 3 .
A. E. McKern, the North Yamhill at church. She blushed and apologized, of saturated hydrocarbons, from which
Dobson and wf to I D Steph
merchant, was in the city on business an acquaintance was formed, and in two Engler isolated and identified a number Thos.
ens and wf e hf se qr sec 34-5-7
Thos Dobson and wf to Edmund
Wood 73 a t 5 r 7.......................
You get the best values in hats, shoes, proves exactly what we have always of certain oil fields. He also purified the
corsets, hosiery, oil cloth, ribbons, lace said—that a woman w ill go to any length product aud made good kerosene oil. Mary L Hess to Sarah E Jones 2 a
pt Jos Hess die t3r3..............
Not satisfied with this he went further,
and embroidery, tinware and notions, in order to recover lost money.
Mary L Hess to Mary J Cart
In Use For Over 30 Year
at the Racket Store.
“My baby was terribly sick with the
wright 2 a pt Jos Hess die t 3 r 3
C. T. Long and Ed Adams of Portland diarrhoea,” says J. H. Doak, of Williams, will yield petroleum, so that fish oils are F A Morris aud wf and B C Miles
to A W Lane n hf lots 13, 14, 15
were out on the head of the Willamina Oregon. “We were unable to cure him not essential. Ordinary fats, through
and 16 blk 57 Edwards’ add to
a part of this week, hunting and fishing. with the doctor’s assistance, and as a simple heating, break up so that the ox
The W. R. C. voted at their last meet last resort tried Chamberlain’s colic,
Isidore Ertle to Mary M Ertle 91 a
Moores valley ............................
ing to hold only one meeting in August cholera and diarrhoea remedy, I am to form water, leaving the carbon and
and one in September. The same will happy to say it gave immediate relief part of the hydrogen in about the pro Mary and Thos D Malone to Jacob
Grauer lots 1, 2, 7 and 8 blk 21
be on the fourth Saturday of each month. and a complete cure.” For sale by Ho- portion to form paraffine oils. Consid
A B Faulconer's 2d add to Sher
“Liquid Electricity” is becoming a worth & Co.
can he obtained from fats aud the plen
wonderful remedy for internal or exter
A party composed of C. P. Nelson and
nal pain, particularly rheumatism and wife, Kev. Geo. W. Feuder and wife, tiful supply of such fats in the animal
OIB CI.I IIBING LINT.
neuralgia. Mrs. Nettie Hively is agent,
Mrs. James Reid, Miss Wytle Reid and remains, of which there is evidence in
and is making many sales.
Clifford Reid, Mrs. Derr and daughter many oil rocks, it is not surprising the th* following leading publications,
Miss Valeria Patty returned home
Blanche and Miss Clara Walker went opinion has gained ground favoring the whereby we are able to offer them in
from Snohomish, Wash..Friday evening,
Perhaps I can be of service to you.
into camp on Wednesday at Nelson’s animal source of the limestone oils of connection with our own at exceedingly
for a visit of a few weeks. She is in the
homestead cabin on the head of the Will Ohio, Indiana and Canada.’’
can ticket you over any railroad running
millinery business for Sanford, Clark &
The composition of petroleum in one Weekly Inter Ocean............................................fi.35
amina, for a period of three weeks,
out of Portland; tell you when to leave
Co., and is pleased with her work.
though Mr. Nelson will be back and country differs from that in another. In Rural Northwest. Portland, semi-monthly... 1.25
home; where to change cars; when you will
We will make it an object for you to forth. They were conveyed over by deed, the oils of California and Texas Oregonian, weekly.................................
are somewhat unlike those of Ohio, The Weekly New York Tribune.............
reach your destination, and what there is to
order a new suit now. Step in and see Tiglman Derr and Will Eberhard.
which, again, are not the same as those The Tri-weekly New York Tribune
us. We have probably got just what
be seen on the way.
Miss Frances Mann, government of Pennsylvania. Crude oil is really a
you would like.
J ohnson , Tailor.
Sau Francisco Examiner, weekly.......
Call or write—I ’ll take pleasure in answer
school teacher in Unalaska, ha* returned combination of several kinds of light and
ing your questions.
to her home in Salem. She likes the heavy oils in varying proportions, apd in
Since the burial last week of Thomas government service, but probably will
Omaha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Louis — and
Draper’s child, five of the younger mem not return to it at Unalaska. After vis certain localities there is an admixture
bers of the family have been sick with iting Salem a short time she intends to
membraneous sore throat at their home go eH*t and probably spend the winter the highest percentage of naphtha and This signature is pn every box of the genuine
in the hills. Dr. Michaux is in atten in New York. Next year she hopes to kerosene, while the Texas oil, or most of Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
A. C. S heldon , General Agent,
dance. It lias been currently reported go to the Philippines, being impressed it, is fit only for fuel. The authority the remedy that cures a cold In one <lay
Cor. Third and Stark Sts., Portland, Ore.
that the family Imd the diphtheria. The w ith the opportunities that must await above quoted adds:
DEPUTY STOCK INSPECTORS.
“The theory has been advanced that
doctor auys he would not bo denominate euergy and ambition in the reconstruc
tion erathat is dawningfor those islands. their origin to the effect of heat upon
Notice is hereby given that I have ap
Why not spend the vacation at Ya
R. E. Smith, the milkman, met with the underlying limestones and shales of pointed (he following deputy stock in
spectors for Yamhill county :
quina bay, where can be bad excellent a painful fall Saturday evening. Some
the Silurian age. It is claimed that the
John Redmond, South McMinnville
fare, good fishing, good boating, safe noisy boys on B street had placed hi*
same force w hich caused the Appalachi precinct; postoffice address McMinnville.
bathing, alluring rides mid rambles. horse in a frame of mind to run away,
Abe Blackburn, Checowan precinct;
an chain to uplift, passing through the postoffiee
i 11 vno\.
I ATIO.N TO HI IRN.
address North Yamhill
The courses and exercises at the summer and as Mr. Smith attempted to step in
limestones and shales of the Silurian
Chas. Mitchell, Amity precinct, post
school, of 1901, at. Newport, will afford bis vehicle from the residence of Carl
In the County Court of the State ol Oregon,
age at a modified temperature, distilled office address Amity.
In the County Court of Yamhill County, State
great variety of instructions, diversion
tor the County of Yamhill
M. W. POTTER,
No other resort Fuchs, the horse sprang forward and the oil already contained in these shales
In thb mailer of the Ebtate ot 1
In the matter of the Estate of /
Stock inspector for Yamhill Co., Or. Annie E. Breon. Deceased. 1
Theodore H. Gilbert, deceased. 5
offers equal attractions mid advantages. I i jerked him to the ground. The driver and conglomerate sands of the Devonian
To William H. Gilbert, Julia Gilbert, Nelson
ToC. C Breon, an>l to Alf Smith, ns guardian
kept a firm grip on the lines, but was age, where it was condensed and filtered
of the person and estate of Lewis <’ Little, Eva Gilbert. Alta Gilbert. Scott Gilbert, Emma Gil
dragged and jerked a distance of several and found its home in the open, porous
R Little. Fredrick E. Little Hiid Huber Little, bert, Grace E. Arnold, George C. Arnold, greet
Ton. I a .
minor heirs of Rose Little and F. I. Little, both ing:
» feet before the horse was brought to a conglomerates which characterize the Bean th«
The Kind You Haw Always Bought deceased,
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF OREGON,
N THE N A.M E OF THE STATE OF OREGON, 1 You are hereby cited aud required 10 appear
Í standstill. Mr. Smith lias kept at work, Catskill, Portage and Chemung periods Signatur*
You are hi reby cited and required to ap- in the county court of Yamhill county, state of
but is very badly -bruised about the of the Devopian age. ’ ’
iiear in the County Court of the State of Oregon, Oregon, at the court room thereof, at McMinn
or the County 01 Yamhill, at tiie court room ville, in said Yamhill county, on Monday, the
to make your baby strong and h right side and shoulder and has suffered
at McMinnville, in the County of Yam 2d day of September, A. D. 1901, at ten o'clock in
Limestone contains a good deal of car
well. A fifty cent boti < '
hill, State of Oregon, ou Monday, the 2d day of tiie forenoon of that day, then and there to show
( a good deal of pain.
bonic acid in combination with lime. A
September, 1901. at two o'clock 111 the afternoon cause, if any exist, why an order of sale of the
hereinafti r described real property, to pay ihe
July 24—D P Mitchell, 27, and Lucinda of that day. then and there to shotf cause if any expenses
Two travelers on a county road in chemist named Jlethelor has advanced
and claims against said estate still un
exists, why an orderof sale should not lie made
and unsatisfied, should not be made as
Clackamas county recently met with an the idea that at a red heat this acid Bennett, 21, of this county. Married by as ill the petition prayed for, tiled in said court paid
in the petition of C. T. Loug. admin
will change a sic kly baby to
in said estate on July 17th. A. D. 1901, by E. C
accident to their buggy. While one of would be freed aud unite with water to R P Bird county judge.
Apperson, as executor of said estate being a pe istrator ot said estate, duly filed in this court
a plump, romping child.
the 3uth day of July, a 1). 1901
tition tiled for ail order of sale ot the following
them held the team the other went to a form hydrocarbons. It will thus be seen
The real property above referred to being situ
described real estate belonging to said estate,
Only one cent a day, think
county, state of Oregon, and
near-by farm house for tools to make that the real source of petroleum is still Be Civil and Beapect the Water
of It. Its as nice as cream. i
Situate, lying and being in Yamhill County. described as follows, to-wit.
Two and Three of College Ad
Slate of Oregon, and bounded as follows, tie
bend fot a irte wimple, and try it.
«COTT & IIOU.M,, Chemi » ,
wit: Beginning at the Southu est corner of the dition to the city of McMinuville, in "i Jmbiil
as per the duly record
409-415 Pearl Stu < I.
' ..w York. K
donation laud claim ol John Monroe and wite.
plat of said addition now of record in the
.1 Minister's Good Work.
50c. and ft.00; all druggists.
wrench, and this was his reply
building or premises into which water is Notification No. 1322, Claim No. 74, in Section ed
of said county.
No. 13, in T. 5 8.. K. 5 W. of Willamette Meridi
Ai haf not got rnongey ranch; Ai haf got
“I had a severe attack of bilious colic, introduced shall be allowed to supply an in said county, thence north with west line Witness, the Hon. R. P. Bird, Judge of the
County, Slate of Ore
said claim 16.10 chains; thence east Ou iX)
a cattle ranch. Mai broiler Ole haf got got a bottle of Chamberlain's colic, chol water to other families, or for any other of
chains: thence south 18.10 chains; thence west gon, with the seal of said court duly affixed,
a horse ranch. Nels Nelson lief got a era and diarrhoea remedy, took two purpoae than that stated in his applica 96.60 chain« to the place of beginning, and con
R- P. BIRD, Judge of said Court.
175 acres more or less.
hog ranch down by das crick, and a doses and was entirely cured,’’ says Rev. tion. If found so doing the supply of taining
Witness, the Hon R P Bird, Judge of the
County Court of the Slate of Oregon lor the
Yankee fellar lief a sheep ranch latte fife A. A. Tower, of Emporia, Kan. “My water may be shut off.
County of Yamhill, with the seal of «aid court
utile down das road, but Ai bait you no neighbor across the street was sick for
Sec. 13. No person shall be allowed aitixed this 17th dav of July, A D 1001.
Attest: J. H. NELSON, Clerk.
fellar bin blame fide enough to start a over a week, had two or three bottles of to take or use water from any tap on the (L.S)
mongev ranch in das country.”
medicine from the doctor. He used street or from any premises for which NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for
the county of Yamhill.
Work is going on at a lively rate at the them for three or four days without re they have not paid and who are not duly-
OTICE is Oereby given mat ). 11. Olds, ad
P. C. Thomasen, plaintiff: ?
new Chehaieut Valley mills, in prepara lief, then called in another doctor who recorded in the superintendent's books
ministrator ot the estate of Watson 8.
E. Thomasen, defendant. »
tion for receiving the mill machinery treated him for some days and gave him as a consumer of said city.
such administrator with the clerk of the countv ToC. E. Thomasen, the above-named defendant:
for Yamhill comity, state of Oregon, and IN the name of the state of Oregon, you are here
Any person violating the provisions court
which is expected most any time now. no relief, so discharged him. I went
that Monday, the 12th day of August. A It. r.«l
by required to appear and answer the com
He of the foregoing, shall upon conviction at ten o'clock in the forenoon of -aid dav. in the plaint
Work will also be commenced at once over to see him the next morning
tiled airaitiM you in the above entitled
in said court, 011 or before the 13d day of
upon the engine house to lie located im said his bowels were in a terrible fix, before the recorder, be puniahed by a ville, Oregon, has been appointed by Hon K. P. September,
lwi, which if th* drst dav01 the next
judge of said court, as the time and place regular term ot said court, after the date of this
mediately in (root of the mill.
. A. P. that they had been running off so long fine of not leas than ft 00 nor more than Bird,
for the hearing of objections to said tinal ac service of mumidom upon jou. and if vou tail so
Johnson and the Hager boys had a com that it was almost bloody flux. I asked $5.00 for each and every offense.
count and the settlement thereof
to answer, for want thereof, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the court for the relief prayed for in his
Sprinkling hours—6 to 9 a. m. and 6 Dated July Sth. A. D. 19tl.
plete new threshing outfit shipped up him if he had tried Chamberlain's colic,
J H. OLDS,
complaint, which is for a decreeof «aid court di
Administrator of the estate of Watson S. Hag- vorcing the plaintiff from the defendant, and
from Portland this week, manufactured cholera and diarrhoea remedy, and he to 9 p. m.
dissolving the marriage contract now existing
All light and water bills must be paid R. L. CONNER, Att’y for said Administrator. between plaintit! and defendant and bolding ihe
by the Advance company of Battle said, 'No ’ I went home and brought
same for naught, aud for such other and further
Creek. Michigan. The separator is for» I him my bottle and gave him one dose, on or before the I Ith day of the month,
relief as to the court may seem meet with equity
and good conscience.
nished with the latest applt»uea<s and is i told him to take another dose in fifteen or this ordinance will be enforced by the
This summons is published for six weeks in the
a model tn every particular. The engine; or twenty minutes if he did not find re city. A penalty of 50 cents for each vio In the circuit court of the state of Oregon, for Yamhill County Reporter, a weekly newspaper
county of Yamhill Department No. 2.
published at McMinn rille, Oregon, by order of
it a whopper, weighing about eight ton*. lief. but he took no more and was en lation of this ordinance shall be assessed. the Mollie
H011. R. P. Boise, judge of aaiu court, made in
For sale by Howorth &
chambers, at Salem, Oregon, on the 25th day of
W. H. S li GER, Supt.
The owner* claim that in a good, steady tirely t-tred
Ralph L. Rice, defendam»
June. 1901. The first publication of this sum
day a run they can tbreah three thou
To Ralph L. Rice, the above-named defend mons is on the 5th dav ot July, IsOl.
J E MAGERS,
sand bushel* of grain..
“Through the months of June and
N the name of the state of Oregon, yon are
Attorney for Plaintiff.
buy* on Chehaleni mountain have been 1 Bean th*
KiM YMH«EWwjg BdUfM July our l>aby was teething and took a
eomplaitit filed again«! you in the abvve-enti-
looking into the dairving proposition for Binature
running oti ot the bowels and sickness tled court and suit, on or before six week« from
the 14th day of June. A. D. 1901, which is the
some time, and having mme to the con
of the stomach," *ay»0. P. M Holliday, date cf the first publication of this summons
if you fail to so appear and answer, ihe
clusion that their farm is well calculated '
of l'eming, Ind. “His bowel* would and
wtllapply to the court for the relief
for supporting that industry, intend to 1 Th* laws of health require that Rig move from five to eight times a day. I plaintiff
Frayed for in the complaint filed herein, towit i
’OTICE i» hereby given that the count-
the marriage contract |
conn of Yamhill nonntv stale of (h-egoir
begin operation* accordingly thi* fall. bowel* move once each dav, and one nt had a bottle of Chamberlain a colic, chol how existing diswolTiag
ween yourself and plaintiff for 1
hr« duly appotnted Mary I. Johnson adminis
' f for fifty vmrs bat been
the estate ot Jacob r Johnson, »Je-
the bent !p lb* world.
the penalties for violating thio law is era and diarrhoea remedy in the house child and for such other relief a» may be equi -I ceased, of
and all parties having claims against
ten or fifteen good cow*, and if the trial piles. Keep tour bowel* regular by tak and gave him four drop* in * tablespoon Ubhe
«aid estate afe hereby notified to present lbetf
orto of Ron R P Bird, judge of the coun i claims to «aid Ban I lob neon at her home in
aofl and wnioath Will tot
seem* a sueves* they will gradually ing a dn«e of Chamberlain's stomach and ful of waler and be got better at once.” ty By
crack, peel off or become
court for Yamhill county, state of Qregon ' West ChehaUm, Yamhill county, Oregon, veri
attrkv Catalogue free.
me 12th, A. D 1901, this «timmon-» is fied as bylaw required, within six months from
liver tablet* when necessary, and yon Sold by Howottb A Co.
I BeHtea »»4 r»ekta« !•„
•erred by publication thereof, once a week, for . the date of this notice.
come fatyliar with ths bueiiies*. Thev
Mgt*. , M" Fraaetae«.
six consecutive wt^ks. in tl;e Yamhill ( ountv
of July, 19G1.
H B. MMH a ROM,
Prof. E Northup returned from New Reporter, a newspaper ot general circulation an3 Dated this the 26th day MARY
believe their/arm i* ca|table of support
B me (Mbrttts. 1 ms
ing seventy Ota to f3* hundred cows.— indicted upon you. Price 25 cent*. For port on Tuesday, leaving hi* family to published at McMinnville, in said county and Administratrix oi the estate of Jacob P. John
C. C LINDEN.
t sale by II oircrth A Co.
■eeeae«a MM B«i Graphic.
enjoy the sea breezes for several week*. JE7
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Met AIN A VINTON, Atty s for Adrnr x.
Harvest Hands Wanted.
What is CASTORiA
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