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U. ECH MAN, .«»«ocluir Editor
County clerk w as ordered to notify Ex
Recorder Wyatt Harris and Ex-Clerk
Asa McKern of the balance due 011 their
accounts and demand payment of same
on behalf of the county.
Road petitioned tor by 11. E. Follett,
C. E. Baker et al ordered opened and
improved by supervisors E. G. Fendall
of district No. 5 and H. L. Hayes of
district No. 9.
Since a number of McMinnville’s most
I conservative business men have lately
' made large investments in gold mines
| and mining stocks, others are interest
ing themselves in this branch of invest-
FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1901.
1 nient. The stock which—in the opinion
i of those who have investigated—offers I
B ills A llowed .
It’s just as well to be careful how I the best field for investment is that of
Roads and Bridges—
we build a big navy. Big navies, it I Limited. This company is incorj»orated Geo Langford ......................
is said, invite wars, and wars seem under the laws of British Columbia, with A Trudell ..................................
to bring courts of inquiry.
officers at Portland, and at Rossland W C Kruger..............................
C F Royal & Son ..................
B. 0., M. I’. Gortner being its local rep G. Londenhousen.................. .
The anarchists talk of building a resentative in McMinnville. This is vir VI F. Cady ................................
monument to the memory of Czolgosz, tually a home corjioration, the officers H R Cobb .......... .....................
the assassin of Win. McKinley.
It being principally Portland men, namely, Jno Livengood ........................
should be a figure wearing a fool’s S. 11 Davis, president; D. M. McLaugh- Fred Bent..................................
lan. vice president, and Harry Howard, Patterson & Osman ............
treasurer. Among the principal stock 1' 1* Johnson..............................
holders are numbered H. L. Pittock of
Two men are competing for the the Oregonian; I>. M. McLauglilan,chief A Dundas............................
right to surrender for the murder of of police; Smith & Howard, contractors; Brown & Son............
a Kentucky negro.
Both fired at i Frank Rigler, superintendent of city Spaulding & Co...................... ....
him and only one bullet got home, schools;J. C. Moreland, ex-county judge; A Scholz ................................
and neither marksman is willing to I S. H. Davis, with Lipman & Wolfe, and Faul Fundman....................
• 12 35
1 B. Fallows, mining engineer. Home K Kleindurst.........................
admit that he missed.
I>eople who have subscribed for stock Geo Willis................ ...........
have among their numbers Hr. Goucher, L Potter ..................................
Climatic conditions lately made it Win. Campbell, J- E. Brooks, Geo. Olds, L L Bockes ............................ ..
possible for the residents of Massa J. IL Nelson, C. P. Nelson, Wm. F. W R Everest..............
... 14 00
chusetts to shovel snowdrifts while I Ijelsclineider; J. W. Redd, Mrs. Adams, VI F Wade & Son ..............
. 18I 60
Frank Adams, and Mr. Gortner.
.... JO OO
the people of Oregon were mowing
The Kingston offers no opportunity to lack & Timberlake........ . . ...
lawns. Such a contrast is of so fre “freeze out” minority stockholders, as
quent occurrence that we become under the law of British Columbia the Mill Creek Lumber Co. .
accustomed to look for the announce small stockholder in a corporation shares B Groth .................................. ........
Wm Carroll ............................
ment, and fail to properly estimate equal protection to the incorporators Wm Fjherton........................
our own advantages.
1 J Havs...................................
by law to furnish the British Columbia Loban Bros ............................ • • 27 50
. 7« 54
government with a list of all stockhold Gus Grobeck.........................
The distressing announcement i„ ers, their resilience, and tile number ol
. 14 25
made that English society events shares held, and this list is filed at the H Bailey.................................. .... 219 87
are seriously affected by the perti government office in Victoria. In other
I II Nelson ........................
■ 150 35
nacious rumors of King Edwards words, tile sales of stocks are registered, () B Parker ... ....................
.... 30 00
serious illness with cancer of the and the purchaser acquires a vested right F W Sitton ............................
throat; and the tailors and dress in property on which the stock is based II Z Foster...............................
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makers have cause, more than
E V Littlefield ........
others, to deplore the lethargy that property is located in the celebrated
Lardeau mining division of British Co A E McKern .
. . 21 OO
affects the island society.
lumbia, until quite recently unknown H Bond ........................
. 15 OO
to the mining world. It is, however, Wallace & Walker ...........
A neat compliment has been paid rapidly making a name for itself, as
the memory of the late President I I possessing the highest values, the larg \I rs 11 ugnelet................. .
McKinley, by the Yosemite Valley est ledges and the richest ores in the John Runs............. .
The largest of the province. Up to the year 1900 the Lar .Multnomah Co.........
giant sequoia trees of the famed
country, and stood without a peer for
Mariposa grove has been named rich ores, which, according to carefully Willamette Tel Co, rent.............
William McKinley. The magnificent compiled statistics from the product ot A Dundas, Mdse..............................
tree is over 3090 years old and stands nine producing mines, averaged $130 Amanda Feudal], rebate on tax
between one mimed after George per ton. During the present year rich E V Littlefield, expense..............
City ofMcM, water and light . . .
Washington and one named after 1 discoveries of free gold have been made
in the district, one ledge selling for
If all the wealthy men of Oregon
$50,(XX) within sixty days of its discovery.
Another free gold mine sold later for were as loyal to their state as lion.
President Roosevelt omitted en #250,000, an<r another in an adjoining H. W. Corbett the Lewis & Clark
tirely the old-time custom of hand ! group, for # 1,000,000.
centennial would not go begging for
The property of the Kingston consists funds. Mr. Corbett the other day
shaking at a recent public function
This looks as if indiscriminate wring- I of five claims of fifty-two acres each, set a good example to the other
ingot a friend's hand by another i lying near the town of Camborne, to Portland millionaires by subscribing
friend was falling into disfavor. But , which railroad connection is assured, •fdOJMtO to the exposition fund, pre
I construction work being now in pro
however much the custom may lose gress. The six ledges of known value facing the magnificent donation with
among public men who are already thus far discovered on the Kingston the remark: ‘‘Tam willing to give
in office, the politicians and those property consist of one steel galena one-tenth of the $300,0110 that has
who are seeking public favors will ledge, one galena ledge carrying gold, been named as the amount to be
continue to shake hands with all the silver and lead, one gold and silver raised by the stockholders of thecor-
ipiartz ledge, and three gold-bearing poration, which is to direct the Lew
quartz ledges. The aggregate width of is A Clark centennial. 1 have lived
Admiral Schley is a hero, accord the ledges is 7612 feet» Assays show here 50 years, and I believe that I
a total value of from $16 24 to #22 21
ing to the estimate placed upon him per ton gold and silver, and #36 74 on i-.ii) afford to give that much for
by the majority of Americans. But the steel galena. Assuming that the this exposition that will be a benefit
the fact of his having played hero to ledges in the Kingston property will to this country, even if I do not get
the satisfaction of his admiring maintain their exposed widths, there a cent back. I do not expect to take
friends does not warrant the t hought will be found above the level of the my money with me to the grave. I
ful consideration of enticing him in lower side lines about nineteen millions wish it to do all the good it can
to the candidate ring, as has been of tons of ore; sufficient to supply a 100- while 1 am here.”
suggested by some of the democratic stamp mill (allowing three tons per
stamp, per day) fur 210 years
politicians. Dewey was a hero, but ore bodies are as large as in the King
when he encountered the uncertain ston, the cost of mining is compara
condition attained bv an aspirant tively small; so that from I he experience
for political preferment, he ceased to of similar mines, |2 per ton is more than
sufficient to ( over the cost of mining and
pose as a bright and shining light.
delivery to the mill. Assuming the ex Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
tremely low values saved as $5 per ton,
If the esprit du corps of the war the profits from a 100-stanip mill would
Almost ever^ody who reads the news
services of the nations failing, or is be #qco per day, or say #270,000 per an papers is sure to know of the wonderful
it the stnne old expression of irre num, equal to 10 per cent on a capital
cures made by Dr.
pressible jealousy and rivalry which ization of #2,700,000.
The capital stock reserved as “treasury
has beset mankind since Cain swept
the great kidney, liver
L and bladder remedy.
Abel from his path?
There seems stock” is selling at the extremely low
share, but it is
It is the great medi-
to be an element of martyrdom as figure of io cents
'‘L cal triumph of the nine-
sociated with the environment of certain to advance within a verv short
time. Mr. B Fallows was in the city
iljf teenth century: dis
the modern hero Dreyfus in France, this week, and speaks so encouragingly
'll covered after years of
Buller in England, Schley in Amer ol the outlook lor active development of
'il sclen,lfic research by
ica. If this thing continues, the lot the properties at an early day, that ac
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
of the obscure citizen will he prefer cording to the present indications the
nent kidney and blad
able to the ambiguous glory won by era of low-priced shares in this company
der specialist, and is
is about to close.
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
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l.i...e back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
ble and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
The Pendleton East ('regoni III.
form of kidney trouble.
has come out squarely in favor of
Estate of Theodore II Gilbert, Sale*
Di. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root is not rec
H. W. Scott, for i’nited States sen of real »state confirmed. Administrator ommended for everything but if you have kid-
ator in 1903, claiming that Mr Scott ordered to make conveyance to propertv nc ,, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
is the fittest man for the office, stand sold.
Just the r»medy you need. It has been tested
Estate of John Crawford. Naucv A
in o many ways, in hospital work, in private
ing head and shoulders above am
Crawford and Sherman Crawford ap
other man in the stab* as a repro pointed to administer estate, with bonds practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
sentative of “the Oregon count«» ' in at :| m . ooi », filed ami approved. J. H. chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
the upper house of congress
There Wilson, 1
F. Moor and Geo Morga- been made by which all readers of this paper
is no question regarding his fitness ridge appointed appraisers.
who have not already tried it, may have a
Estate of Nancy Dawson
and ability, and if ho were elected,
Will an<l sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
it would be creditable to the people codicil admitted to probate Ujion proof telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
of the state in the eyes of the peopl Io taken in open court. C. D Johnson ap- find out ify u have kidney or bladder trouble.
of the whole nation
As Mr. Scott pointed executor with lumds at #4,000, When writing mention reading this generous
tiled ami approved. R. Nelson, F. E.
is silent on the question it appears to Rogers and W. L. Warrell appointed offer in this paper and
send your address to
be the case of the office seeking the appraisers.
man in this instance.
Estate of Annie E Breon. Report of hamton, N. Y. The
sale ot ical property to Geo. A. and Wm. regular fifty cent and Homo of Rwnnip-R<x>t,
Our next I’nited States senator T. Kidd filed and confirmed» and execu dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
elected from Oregon whether Scott, tor ordered to make conveyance.
Estate of Stephen 1). York. Final ac Notice oi % ppoi in men t of Adniiiih
Simon or Fulton will win his wav
irntrix mid Id minivi raior.
to the hearts of lie* people if bv co count tiled and set lor hearing Dec. 2d
at 1 p. ni.
operation with Senator Mitehell he
Estate of John A. Ditmars.
rOTh’F. is hereby given that the undersigned
can Influence the government to Semi annual account tiled and approved
luive liven by an order rf the county court
<»f Yn tn'till < .»U in v. Oregon, duly made ami en»
recognize Portland as tieing as near
Estate ot Mary Walling.
Report of ten <1 id 'Hid court on Novtinficr 4th, 1901, ap
to our island |w>ssessions as are the sale of real estate tiled ami confirmed. point. .1 «s joint administratrix ami adminis-
of the estate of John Crawford, deceased.
cities on Puget sound
As a matter \dministrator ordered to make deed to tratoi
N< v\ therefore, all persons having claims against
of statistical fact, our Pacific coin purchaser.
said estate are her« by notified and required to
Estate of Geo. Lebold
Widow al pn «mt the "ame duly verified, to the under-
inerce is growing more than twice
'iei'< <1 a( tl.i office of F. W. Fenton at McMinn
M rapidly as that of the \tlantic lowed #^3.75 as support. Final account ville Ort gon, uitbin'ix months from the date
tiled ami set for hearing Dec. ;th at 1 of this nolict*.
and Gulf ports
In the last live p. m.
bated thB Nox ember 7th, A D 1901.
years it h is fully doubled, and unless
Estate of Isaac Agee. Final account
and SHFRM IN CR KWFORD.
Russian s|M>li.ition of China shuts heard and approved. Distribution ot-
Admini'tratrix and Administrator of said Es
and bar.-, against us too many «loot- dervd made as per said report.
I \\ I FN TON and CLARENCE Bl TT.
it seems likely to keep on increasing
XttoTiivyw for Estate.
at such a rate or even at a greater
The detectives working on the late
rate. It is also a patent fact that S P train Iv
’ ldup cast* have pin
discrimination agaio*-t the harbor of gressetl so far that they are now
r«»TI,'F 1« hereby elven that the un<ter*i(n<*,l
the Columbia river Iris twen shown theorizing. <'in* of th,*m advances
h - H'lniiiti'itHi 1 ix of the tstale ot Stephen
No doubt the <w *.m of th«* future
don,* 1» York. deceit »rd. hw* filed In the county court
the theory that
YrtDifu 1 «-ountj. state of Grenon, the final
our Pacific will all »rd in years to by an old hand at the business and of
Hceount of her administration of «aid estate, and
cone, commerce enough to build ttiat he camo in either bv the Mc that 'ni«] court ha.« appointed Monday, the _M
of tH'cvtnber. 1901. at the hour of one o'clock
cities all along its shores
But ad Kenzie. military or Santiain routes in the
aflern<a»n of «aid day as the time, and
vantages ami opjuirtunities are la'll from eastern Oregon, and that he thecouniy court room as the place for the hear
ing 01 objections thereto, if any there be. ahy '
ificent only as they ure improved has gotten away on a train and will *ai<!
a* l ount «honld not be allowed and ap
The people of < 'regon do > not desire be heard from again in a similar proved anti u hy «aid estate should n«g be for
finally «tied and sai«l administratrix
to wail for th?ir shar«* _ of
<1 the gov affair.
»11«« ha’u» •! aii.I her bon*!«mvn exonerated.
Paicd thi« I't «ia\ «>( November A. 1» 1901.
I IZ/IF J. YORK.
other Pacific coast cities have had
s. A. Manning was up from Portland
Administratrix ot <aid E«tate
on business Wednvmtav.
B. F. RHODES. Att y tor Estate.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year
Closing Out Sale !
entire Stoch Ht Cost for Cash
Grange & Farmers Company
rail Line of Carpets
Tapestry Brussels, Imperial Body Brussels, Royal Wilton Velvets and
Ingrain Carpets. New P'ine Line of Mattings and Linoleums.
Window Shades and Lace Curtains A Fine
Line. A Larger and More
Superior Stock of Furniture than ever. On WALL PAPER, old stock will
be put down to bedrock, to make room for new. I do not give commissions to
paper hangers, preferring to give it to my customers.
Complete Line of Undertaking Goods.
New Funeral Car may be found at Henry & Newell’s.
H. C. BURNS
R. JACOBSON & CO.’S
Big Cost Sale is now going on in full
First-class Merchandise is of-
fered you from 1-5 to
Ö0 YOU GET UP
less than for-
You are cordially invited
to inspect our present Low Prices.
WITH A LAME BACK ?
R. JACOBSON & CO
\\ e mean the following facts: 1 hat the
CHICKERING, WEBER, KIMBALL
and WHITNEY PIANOS, and the
KIMBALL, EARHUFF and ESTEY ORGANS
Are not equaled in sweetness of tone, ease of action and wearing qualities. They are not affected by bad weather,
but adjust themselves to it. That the prices at which we offer them are as low as those of any house handling the
same or other makes, and that the easy payments—from #5 up—which we offer, and the taking of old instruments
on liberal exchange, absolutely brings to the people of Yamhill and adjoining counties the most lilieral terms they
have ever enjoyed
A fact which proves this is the
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nutnlier we are selling. You can’t get away from it.
No home is complete in its happiness and joy without one of our instruments. See us or write.
wn. SCOTT, McMinnville.
MOTICE or Cl'AHDIAN’l* ULE <11
’OTICE is herebv given that by virtue of a
license duly issued out of county court
for Yamhill Connty. Oregon, on the "th day of
October, 1901. authorizing and empowering the
iindei signed as guardian of the estate of Joseph
Klouchvvk. a minor, to sell the real property
hereinafter described, 1 will, on Monday, the
¿»th day of November. 1901, at the hour of one
o'clock in the afternoon of said day. at the west
>|.M»r of the court house in McMinnville. Oregon,
'ell at public auction to the highest and nest
bidder, for cash in hand on «lay of «ale. the fol
lowing described real property belonging io the
estate of said minor, to-wit
Beginning at the northeast corner of the Te
ter >ax land in the north boundary of the dona
lion lan.I claim of Samuel Cosine, in township
finir south, range four west of the Willamette
meridian, in Yamhill county,Oregon, and run
ning thence east (rar. 20deg. -<0 min. east» T.A2
chain«, to the northwest boundary of land« for
merly l»elouging to W. P. Mclamald; thence
'»»nth with said McPonald’s land« S 20 chains
to tir 12 inches in diameter: thence west “ 52
chains to the southeast corner of the «aid Peter
Sax land; thence north 8 31) chains to the place
of beginning containing f> 17 acres of land m«»re
or It ss. together with the buildings and appur
tenance« thereunto belonging.
bait'd October 24th, 1901
Guardian of the Estate ot Joaepb Kloucheck, a
* You Are Interested
If you are a buyer of Groceries in getting the
most and the best for your money.
coming and going of grocery stores the little
opera house grocery goes right along.
Sugar, Coffee, Flour and fruits are down
bottom prices this month. Come and see.
L. E. Walker
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