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A Plate of Soup.
«cut Estate Transfers.
Week ending Oct. 23d :
Jas Madson and wf to A H Pape
8Ji a pt Jos Hess die t 3 r 3 .
Rudolf Duerscliiniiitct ux to Sch’l
Dist. No 73
a sec 2 t 6 r 9 ...
C F Daniels and wf to Levi W
Murray 80 a in sec 30-4-5............
M U Gortner and wf to Mary A.
Bird lot 6 blk 37 Oak Park add
Geo. W anil Florence Perkins to
J S and Bernice M Perkins 21 a
pt Thus Harris die t 2 r 4 and 5
Frank M Huddleston to Mary E
Huddleston los 6 anil 7 blk 2
Lippincott's 1st add to Dayton
Daniel Adolf and wf to Ludwig
Adolf 35 a pt John Hash die... .
J K Wright and wf to C B Frissell
10x240 ft in Newberg ................
[ S and Maria Martin to J E
Brooks pt I M Johns die t 4 r 4
J E Brooks to J S Martin pt J B
Litclientlialer die t 4 r 4
The Alliance Trust Co. to Leona
Gaertner 74 65 a t 2 r 3 ............
Heirs of R L McMillen, dec’d, to
M U Gortner lot 6 blk 37 Oak
Park add to McM ........................
U S to O A C R R Co lots 1 to 5
inc sec 5 3 4.................................
U S to O & C R R Co e hf ne qr
sec 13 4-6.......... •.............................
Jos Martin by sheriff to B Brower
lot 3 blk K Cozine's 3d ad to Me
U S to Isidore Erlle 90.80 a sec 8-
3-5 .......... -......................................
Win H Austin and wf to F W
Hayes et al 53.33 a pt Zack Hall
die t 5 r 5 ............................
A W Lancefield and wf to C F
Pfeiffer 21.30 a pt S Eades die
t 5 r b ................ ..............................
American Mtg Co of Scotland to
Matthias Senn. Jr. 80 a t 4 r 3..
Julia A Marshall to J E Brooks
right of way ..................................
J E Brooks to Milton A Marshall
parcel in t 4 r 4 ..........................
J E Brooks to Julia A Marshall 40
Monday morning Eb Duvall succeeded
Prof. J. B. Stilwell will begin a term in slaying a coyote that had been do
of school in the Waddel district next ing much damage to the herds of sheep
in Upper Gopher.
Bring your best butter and fresh egg»
Dr McNeill of Portland came out from
to Wallace & Walker and get their worth McMinnville Saturday, and visited with
in cash or mdse.
his daughter. Miss Edna, at the resi
Charles Grissen has been called to dence of E. II. Taylor.
San Francisco on business for the music
Mrs. P. Casey aud daughter visited in
house for which he travels.
McMinnville a few days last week.
The best values to lie had in iuk and
Jasper Agee is out from Salmon river
pencil tablets and school supplies at the
on business this week.
Tom Phillips of Rock creek has en
C. T. Ding and son Wilbern are build-
tered the employ of J. N. Grohe.
iug a new bridge for the county near
Mrs T. Short and children returned
to their home in Ballston Saturday after
Mr. A. 0. I-evis brought into this of
a few days’ visit with the family, of Jos.
fice Saturday some of ttie finest |x>tatoes
we have seen this year.
C. Agee and E. II. Taylor attended [i
harvested lllO bushels from a fraction
Cates’ auction sale in Happy valley Sat'
over one-half an acre.—Sheridan Sun.
The assassiuutiim of President Mc
urday and invested in a threshing ma
1 have opened a jewelry shop -I doors
Kinley practically suspended for
three weeks the election campaigns
Misses Maude and ’’erna Hudson of
in the several states to vote for state atrial.
I. <). Ai. iikkman ,
the Highlands, spent a few days of last
Insomeof the states the
Jeweler and < iptician .
Buffalo tragedy changed the char
week with their sister, Mrs. Wm. Kirby.
John (rawford died Oetolier 25th at
acter of tiie campaign work, and in
N KU BEBI«.
all it had the effect of diverting at his home south of Dayton 3 miles, of
tention from merely local issues and heart disease. He was the father of Win.,
concentrating it upon more impor Fred and Sherman and Mrs. Van Rob
Orc Price of Portland was in town
tant state or national issues
What ertson and Matilda Craw ford.
effi'Ct the assassination is to have on
The number in attendance at. the Hay
Frank Kinney of Astoria visited with
the elections themselvbs is t<> t»e de ton public school is gradually increasing.
his home folks a few days anil enjoyed
termined next Tuesday.
for governor and other state officers We are informed by Prof. Hanville that the hunting.
are to be held on that, day in Iowa, the number of pupils now in attendance
Charley Mackey and family have
Massachusetts, New Jersey, < >hio, is 163. The Professor is much pleased move//into town, after trying farming
and Virginia. Nebraska will elect a with his school, and the way it is run for a year on the J. C. Nelson place.
supreme judge and regents of the ning—Herald.
Adrian Bowman is at home for the
state university, Pennsylvania a
The lailies of the northern part of town winter, having been in Alaska during
state treasurer and judge of the su
preme court, and Maryland mem have organized a ‘‘Self-Improvement the summer.
bars of the st ate legislature.
A jolly party of young folks went to
Oregon is not the only state in
week at the home of a member and read the mountain home of Miss Maud Soper,
and discuss articles from periodicals, on Saturday evening, and had a fine which the people do foolish things.
A curious case came up the other
bring their needlework and have a social
day before the court in Caroline
cup of tea. They met at Mrs. Judge
The noted evangelist, Esther Frame, county, Md., when an ancient resi
Bird's last week and had a profitable as is in town conducting meetings at the dent was charged with the larceny
well as pleasant time.
Friends’ cliurch. Large congregatious of nine eggs. Extra jurors had to
A peculiar epidemic is prevalent, and greet her at each service.
be summoned, and it cost the county
seems to tie a revised edition of the
Mrs. J. L. Davis of West Chehalem ♦250 to try the case.
“All we II—all happy—lots grippe. It is characterized by a severe was called to Middleton to attend her was seventy-three years old. His
pain in the center of the forehead, loss mother, Mrs. John Winter, who has counsel said he had known the de
of fun”. That is the regular of
fendant for forty years, and it was
appetite, with fever and Mightiness. been paralyzed. Dr. Littlefield of New
incredible that he would steal eggs.
report from the monkey cage It attacks children particularly severe, berg is waitiug 1111 her.
He argued that anyhow the state
and is likely to make big inroads on the
had not shown that the eggs were
of Barnum’s Circus ever since excellence of the school reports for the What Portland Will Hate to Com sound,
and nine rotten eggs would
have no value at all. The jury stayed
the keepers began dosing the current month.
The Louisiana Purchase exposition out fifteen minutes and returned
Here is a warning to boys who go to
will cost more money than any other verdict of not guilty.
monkeys with Scott’s Emul school
for tiie privilege of playing foot similar fair ever given in the world
sion. Consumption was carry ball: John Sigrist, center rush of the The Paris exposition cost $10,000,000,
< thio state university team, went to one the Pan-American at Buffalo $9,000,000,
Vou Hate Always Bought
ing off two thirds of them of the Columbus hospitals witli a broken and the World's Columbian at Chicago, Signature
according to the figures of its own offi
every year and the circus had neck. An X-ray showed tiie third cer cials, $22,700,000. The Louisiana Pur
vical vertebrae was fractured, An oper- chase exposition will cost at least $30,-
to buy new ones.
ation will lie performed, but llicre is ooo.ooo, or almost as much as any two
EWtroiU'i notice ».
little hope that it will avail. Sigrist’s of the others. Already $16,700,000 in
One day a keeper accident body is paralyzed from the shoulders
OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
ground covered will be proportionately
has been by the county court of Yamhill
greater than that occupied by the build
county, Oregon, duly appointed joint executrix
ally broke a bottle of Scott’s down.
and executor of the last will and testament of
C. E. Harbaugh, the newspaper pro- they had 668 acres, while St. Louis has lames 0. Guild, deceased, and all persons hav
Emulsion near the monkey moter,
ing claims against said estate are hereby noti
is still with i us, endeavoring to 1,200 already, and condemnation pro fied
and required to present the same duly veri
within six months from the date of this
cage and the monkeys eagerly
notice, to said executrix and executor, at the
tells ns that he
prise at Everett. Ile
residence of said executrix, in the city of Mc
lapped it up from the floor. has a one-lifill interest in tiie Everett that the Chicago fair far surpassed any Minnville, Yamhill county, stat«* of Oregon
Dated October »th, A. D, l.Hil.
thing of the kind ever held before or
ROSA B. GUILD and
This suggested the idea that it News, costing him $2,500, and the local since, you can begin to form all ade
J A MEH A. GUILD,
labor unions got together and raised a quate idea of what the St. Ixiuis fair will
Joint executrix and executor of the last will
of James O. Guild, deceased
might do them good, Since bonus of $ 1,800 if he would establish a be. It will be a revelation to the world. and It. testament
I CONNER, Attorney for said estate.
One of the attractions of the fair will be
then the monkeys have received
the Freide aerial globe.
It will stand
im » 11«■»; ■<> < he ; dito it*
this that he is hero. He adds tiie infor upon a pedestal which will be 1,200 feet
regular doses and the keepers mation that lie yet has some strings on wide
at the base, and together they will
'OTH’E is hereby given Hist tiie undersigned
750 feet high. On the first landing,
report very few deaths from (lie McMinnville News, and is anxious be
wits duly appointed by the county court of
110 feet from the ground will be a coli
Yainliill I'ouuty. ilregon, on the 7th day of i>c-
to got n settlement. He expects to leave seum, theatre and cafe. Two hundred tolier,
1901, administrator of the estate of W‘ R.
consumption. Of course it’s today for Everett
deceased, and all persons hauing
feet from the ground will be another Johnson,
said estate are hereby required to
cheaper to buy Scott’s Emul Mrs. William Galloway returned Mon landing; 31x2 feet high another, both of present against
them to me iu the city of McMinnville,
which will contain various attractions, Oregon, at the otliee of McCain & Vinton, veri
sion than new monkeys- and day from a 7-wei ks’ trip to tiie east. She and 490 feet from the ground will be a fied as by law required. within six months of
dat«' <d this notice.
visited Buffalo, New York, Vermont, palm garden. Sixteen elevators will the Dated
this tiie 10th day of October, 1901.
that suits the circus men.
W. G HENDERSON.
Portage, Wis , Minneapolis, St. Paul, carry passengers. The highest structure
Axl in in tetra tor of the Estate of W R. John
Consumption in monkeys and attended the Women’s Relief Corps in St, Louis at present is the Union son,
Trust building, 250 feet high.
M ( AIN A VINTON,
and in man is the same disease. national convention She found tiie
Attorneys for Administrator.
east cold and bleak and was glad to re
If you have it or are threaten turn. Her daughter Miss Zilpha Gallo The war department has at last de
cided to whom the credit of winning
ed with it can you way, w ho accompanied her, is much iin Chickainuaga and Chattanooga was
OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
proved in health and will visit relatives due. May we hope that in another
take the hint?
ndministrntor of th«* estate of Joseph Watt,
deceased, has tiled with I he county court of the
Illis piiture represents
state of Oregon, for Yamhill county. his final
the Trade Mark of Scott's
account as such administrator of said estate,
ami that Monday, the second day of December.
Emulsion and is on the
Rev. M. R. Barnes, a minister in the Santiago.
A. D 1901, at the hour of eleven o’clock a. m .
w rapper of every bottle.
has been fixed by said court as the time for hear
l-'riends church, arrived here a few days
ing ail objections to said report ami the settle
Send for free sample.
ago from Sterling, Kansas, with liis wife
Administrator of the Estate of Joseph Watt,
and seven children. They camo over
SCOTT & BOWNE.
40.) Pearl St., New York. land w«th u mule team and were on the
NO TICE JOB 1*1 HI.K A1 ION
road ninety days.
While out on the
50c anil Si «ill druggists.
plains they found it cost as much to feed
The liability t 1 disease is greatly
Land Ortlce at Oregon City, Or.
Sept. 2S. 1901
the team as it did to supply the family II- SC led will 11 tile blood is in good con
otice Is hereby given that tic folio« ing
with eatables, as tliey had to pay three iliiio i, and the cm til.ition healthy and
nanieil settlers have'Hled notice of their
iiitentloii to make final proui in support of their
cents a pound for oats and $25 |ter toll vigorous. 1-ur ilicu all retuse niattci elaiius
hii <I I tier said proofs will lw made before
for straw. Tiie mules stood the long is promptly carried out of the system; Register and Receiver at Oregon City, Ore., on
November llth. 1'MU. vis: John M. Patterson:
trip well slid the family is in giswl health.
E. U:»94 tor the 8 hf of SE qr Sec. 1'2, T. 4 8..
fermentation would take place, the H
K 0 W
They are friends of E. II. Brunson, and
He names (ho following witnessc-to prove his
blood become polluted and the consti
residence upon and cultivation of
they will probably locate either at New
tntion so weakened that a simple coutinuoiis
Midland, vis: Mexander A. Walker and Chas.
berg or Salem.
To give one Some" malady might result seriously.
Jones, of Chase, ere.. Isaac Lambright and J. E.
of Gopher. Ore..
tiling of an idea of one of
A healthy, active circulation means Stow
And Alexander A. Walker; TI. K. 11761 for the
Gives Relief at once.
SE qr Sec 12, T. IS.
It clean"«”*, •»<><> then and
heal« the dte«*a*«4l ihrin-
is well worth while to visit A.
witnesses to prove
brftne. It ciiri-H Catarrh
As 11 blood purifier and tonic S. S. S liis continuous resilience upon ami cultivation
Churchill's warehouse, where about
away a ( old
tn the lluad qui< klv. It
has no equal. It is tiie safest and best
of Chase. Or.: Isaa i lannbright, of Go
I* absorbed. Ib ala and Protect* the Membrane twenty lisnds are busily engaged in remedy for old people and children Jones,
Heetoi «>«* the
<if I a*t«* ami Smell. Full «ire packing in small, attractive psckaitr« f tr
CH \S. Il MOORES. Register.
Me.; Trial size lih- ; at DrnggUta or 1»v mall.
in itise it contains no mini ; als, but it
El.Y 11 KOT 111'. I(S, M Warivu Street, New York. the Chicago market, processed Italian made exclusively el mots and herbs.
NOTK E Kill PI HI.K Vrnn.
prunes. Tiie work is machine-like in
No other remedy so thoroughly and
ita organization, a package being hand effectually cleanses the blood of ini
l and Office at Oregon (’Ity, Ore.
Sept. 2*. 1901
led by some fifteen persons, mostly la
purities. At the
'OTIOE is herebvgiven that the following-
5 same time it builds
named svttlvr has filed under Bee. 2301, R
dies. Iiefore it is ready for shipment.
S. notice of hi* intention to make final priM»f in
up the weak and de support
alioiit two hundred nnd tit'tv being put
of his claim, and that said proof will be
before Register and Receiver at Oregon
up in an hour. The package is n unique
lire , « mi November 12th, 1901; viz: Arnos
rates the entire sys City,
one, of Mr. Churchill's own invention teni. It cures permanently ail mauuei Bt-rgaeib; H.E. llt-'l f«>r the K ht of NE qr.
NW qr <»f NEqr, Nb qr of NW qr ¡«ec IS, T. 2 s
after much haul thought and study, and of blixxl and skin troubles.
R ♦. W
Ton can make your har-
ID’mimes the following witnesses to prove
net«* hj *«>fl tut h glove
Mr. F. K. Killy, of Urban». O., writns
his continuons rvsMem'e upon and cultivation
aiul id tough 11* wire l-y
* 1 h et Ecacm» on my haiuia anil fact» fot Ot -Hbl >Hlld. \!
WllliHTll <1 Rhlld«'. of6my*S
tiie fact, that it lias practically driven ’ five
KI H Kh A liar-
y. n ». It would break out In little River. Wash.. W illiam T. Marv, George U. East
■ MB (III. Y««u ran
out in one year California and other wLit<- pi.ttiilca, cruati, would form and erly and Patrick Doushnev, of Eairdalt*. Or.
lengthen II.« lift* make it
drop off. leaving tho akin rod and mHani
CHAS. B McM »RES. Register.
limt twice as long u* it
brands and bulk prunes from the Chi eel. 'I'lin doctor» did ma no rood. I aaod
the nir.l eatr'l aoara and aalvaa without
cago trade where it is retailed in the all
banetlf. S. S. S. ourrd me, and my skin ><»!■< »: oi fisi xi. srm.nu vr.
R.ilhtH liilds, Siegel A Cooper and the la »» clear and smooth as any one'a.”
li-nry S'««fried, of Cape May, N
ven to all pt r**nns <<>n
Fair department stores.
So far Mr J., Mrs.
aays that twenty-one boftlea of 8. 8 8
< ern«’<i, ’h it th«1 un<iersignu«i
< f Cancer of tha breaat. Doc til« d In the «'onnty c«»urt for Yambill county,
Churchill has introduced his brand in
tors and friends thought her caao hope- state of Oregon his final account a* executor
Chicago alone, lint in another year in loas.
of the last will au«l testament of Nancy A
Richard T. Gardner, Florence, B. C., IM vis, deceased, and that said eonrt has set
tends to put it into New York ami Bos
make* a poor looking har-
anffared for year» with Holla. Two bot Tuesday, the :M «fax of December, A D. 1901. at
D«* nb like new. Muds of
Besides Bringing satisfactory fi tles of 8. 8. S. pit his blot'd in avod con th«* hour of one o'clock in the ahvrn«»on of
pur*, heavy I mm !led oil.
I he time, aiwl the county court
nancial returns to tiie promoter ol the dition and ins uoiia disappeared.
| pBvtailv prepared to with-
in the court house in the city of McMinn
I Maud th« WMtlier.
Send for our free book, an l write room
enterprise, the perfect stale of the pro-
ville, in said county, a* the place to bear said
i-esaed fruit, and the attractive manner our physicians about your case final account. and objections th« n't«», and to
iu can*-alI tua.
th«* allowance thereof
in which it is put np is Hie licet kind of Medical advice free.
Executor of the last will «nd testament of
au advertreement for Newberg. — Graphic.
THE »WiFT SKClfIC CO.. ATLANTA.
Nancv A. l*avis, deceased.
To make my store a complete general
merchandise storq I have concluded to
put in a line of crockery. Next week I
will open upa full assortment of plates,
cups and saucers, dishes, lamps, etc., etc.
I am building some new fixtures this
week in order to be able to display this
line which, will be sold at bed rock
prices. In the meantime I am selling
dry goods, etc., at very low prices.
Opened up a lot of new goods this week,
among which are some great bargains.
A large line of manufacturer's samples
of ladies', misses’ and men’s hosiery
will be sold at wholesale prices.
be alarmed about merchants selling at
cost price, but do your trading where
you get honest goods at honest prices.
C. C. MURTON.
For Infants and CLildren.
The Kind You Have
THE CENTAL!.*! COMPANY. NFVW YORK CITY.
NOT SELLING AT COST
But we are in our new building, roomy and
airy as you please, and ready to sell you the
best of goods at living rates. Our Stove
Stock is specially fine.
Bright New Hardware
Ely's Cream Balm
MH« bj STANDARO OIL CO.
O. O. HODSON.
J acob W ortman , Pres.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
Iin H endricks , Vice Pres.
A rthur M c P hillip S, Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
Tile Ohlest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
Capital and Surplus, $90.000.
Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the United
States, and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
The McMinnville National Bank.
of M c M innville , oregon .
P aid C apital . $50,000
S urplus and P rofits , $25,000
Transacts a General Banking business ami extends to its patrons even* facility
consish>nt with safe and prudent banking.
L. E. Cowls
w. L. Warren
Lee Laughlin, Pres.
J. L. Rogers, Vice Pres.
E C. Apperson,Cashier NV. S. Link, Asst. Cashier
Office hours o a m. to 4 p. m.
The Garitón Millinery Store
—Will Have \ Large Assortment of—
Ladies' and Children's
Fall and Winter Hats
Before bin ittg elsewhere, Ire sure
and see what ue have. - - - -
M rs . H. A. S wanson .