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Forester* ol America Organize.
By every teat Star 5 Star shoes are
Court Prosperity No. 41, Foresters of
best. You will find them at the Racket
Mrs. S. Ratusey and Mrs. J. Hembree
America, was organized in this city, in
visited the D. of H. at Carlton last week.
The enow is never too deep fur a Burns’ hall last Thursday evening. Mr
Miss Edna Belcher of Portland is vis
woman to attack with a broom, and J. C. Ikeman, state organizer, was ably iting her grandparents.
Don’t get cold feet when woolen goods j never so light that a man doesn’t think
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Yergin were visiting
secretary for the Foresters in this state
are being sold so cheap.
These cold that be has to have a shovel.
Burt on last Friday.
days remind one that they need good,
The weather record the past week i»
George Lewis is up from Portland.
warm underwear, hosiery, gloves, etc. three inches of enow and thermometer ship of 25, and as Mr. Ikeman has been
I have a good line of such goods which down to 14 deg. above. Unusual for the working during the week in the interest
About three inches of snow fell here
1 am selling at very low prices. People Willamette valley, and hard on the of the new order here, they will have in on Sunday.
the neighborhood of 25 new names to go
are becoming convinced that the best wood pile.
There will be a school entertainment
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and which has been
ill before he leaves. This will be a fine
place to buy goods is at the place where
at Littlefield’s hall Friday eve
N. S. Arnold of Aberdeen, Wash., is start, and as the officers are all qualified
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
they are sold for cash; if goods are sold
visiting his sister and brother-in-law, men, success is bound to be their reward. ning, the proceeds to be used for the re
— and has been made under his per-
on time they must bring a better profit.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Underwood. After a The officers elected for the ensuing term plenishing of the school library. All
sonal supervision since its infancy.
I buy for cash and sell for cash. I han
week'svisit he will proceed to California. are: Past chief ranger, W.J. Brower; are cordially invited to come, as it is Tor
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
dle all kinds of produce anil pay highest
a good cause.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc but Ex
The oil fellows between Dallas and chief ranger, W. H. Sliger; sub chief
prices for it, and from the increased
Rev. Booker of the M. E. church
periments that, trille with and endanger the health of
trade I have had during the last year it Monmouth show a remarkable spirit of ranger, E. P. Fuchs; treasurer, L. E.
and Children—Experience against Experiment.
is evident that the people are beginning independence. They have plenty of
capital behind them and offer no stock er; recording secretary, H. C. Burch; evening. Rev. Hurd was taken sick and
to appreciate these things.
for sale. This sort of faith in under lecturer, W. T Vinton; senior woodward, was unable to fill his appointment.
C. C. MURTON.
Mrs. May Fletcher went to Portland
ground ¡»ossibilities ought to serve as an D. C. Fletcher; junior woodward, M. D.
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
inducement to Y’ambill people to put a Ferguson; senior beadle, W. H. Agee; last week.
is Harmless and Pleasant. It
and Soothing' Syrups,
one year, J. H. Holland; trustee, two three inches thick, which makes it fine
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
where stock is cheap.
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
Delegatee from various Workmen years, II. J. KaufTtuan; trustee, three to skate on. The young people here are
See R. O. Jones of Amity,
years, Harvey Bogue
The new court taking advantage of the sport.
anti allays Feverishness, It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
buy your potatoes.
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
will meet every Thursday evening in
Mrs. H. L. Boardman has been quite morrow afternoon in Burns’ Hall, to dis- Bums’ hall, and as they are an order to
and Flatulency. It. assimilates the Food, regulates the
Don’t Live logellier.
ill this week.
Stomach and Boaels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
June in large number«, to ¡»resent u
Bring your best butter and I trenti eggs spectacular welcome to eastern delegate« they will certainly be assured of a big gether. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
The Children’s Panacea—The Mother’s Friend.
to Wallace & Walker and get their worth
attending the supreme lodge of the membership wthin the next few promote easy action of the'bowels with
in cash or mdse.
out distress. ‘‘I have been troubled
They will also determine the months.
Some big clearance gale« are on in the
with costiveness nine.years,” says J. O.
time and place of holding the annual
dry goods line at Corvallis.
Children Especially Liable.
Green, Depauw, Ind. “I have tried
county Workmen picnic.
We are paying this week 35 io 40 Ct«
many remedies,.but Little Early Risers
per roll for good butter, and 22
Judge Cake of Portland has ordered
best results.” Rogers Bros.
W allace & W alker .
the $500 reward in the Wade and Dalton
Mrs. J. C. Cooper returned on Satur- cases turned over to J. P. Kennedy,
liable to such mishaps because not so
The following letters remain uncalled
day evening from her visit of several clerk of the state circuit court, which
means that Edward King, the waiter, careful. As a remedy DeWitt’s Witch for in the McMinnville] postoffice Jan
weeks in California.
Mrs. Whitlock, both of whom de Hazel salve is unequaled. Draws out 28, 1902:
D. S. Holman went down to Oregon
the fire, stops the pain, soon heals the
Mrs. Ella Bird, Chester Coldwell,
City last week to visit his son R. L. Hol mand the money, must bring suit for it. wound. Beware of counterfeits. Sure
Mrs. Marry Davis, M. C. Hodge, W. G.
controversy, knowing that neither claim cure for piles. “DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Martin, Barbara Stultz, Mrs. J. L. Zieg
A paper way off in Eugene recently ant would be satisfied with hie decision, salve cured my baby of eczema after tw’o
ler, J. C. Yroeschle; packages, Miss
decided that a Mrs. Holton of that city and that the case would have to be physicians gave her up,” writes James
Maud Lttrall, Mrs. Barbara Stultz.
is the prettiest woman io Oregon. There fought to a finish by the contestants.
Mock, N. Webster, lud. “The sores
J as . M c C ain , P. M.
never was a decision more unjust. Mc
were so bad she soiled two to five
Odell & Kingery made eale on Mon dresses a day.” Rogers Bros.
Minnville has a dozen girls—oh, well,
I'iiange in Husiness- Pay Up.
day of 57 acres of the Wortman farm
what’s the u«e to talk.
I have «old my harness business to
near Carlton to Chas. W. Sorrels, late of
J. A. Young, and must get in all ac
Here is a test of yonr eyes: If they Nebraska, the consideration being $2,550,
A. B Cady & Co. of Beaverton, who
J acob W ortman , Pres.
are good you can see Venus these after or nearly $45 an acre. Mr. Sorrels’ fam were formerly in the mercantile business counts due me in order to meet my own
H d H endricks , Vice Pres.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier 4»
noons as early as four o’clock
This is ily is at Salem, but he will reside in this here, have sold their store to C. E. obligations. It is the time of year to set
the star that is so brilliant in the west city until fall, when he will be given Hedge. The junior Cady will continue tle up, and I respectfully request those
in the evening. A star in the daytime possession of the place. His father-in- as postmaster and express and ticket knowing themselves indebted to me to
is a rare eight.
law is also with him. The same real agent.
E lhia W right .
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
Alfred Weed was operated upon at the estate firm has recently sold the Bement
The timber in Oregon reaches the enor
Good Samaritan hospital on Monday by half block near the waterworks to J. L. mous total of 234,653,000,000 feet, board
The Oldest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
McKinley day was observed in the
Dr. E. A. Sommer, for appendicitis, He Whirry, lately from the east, and from measure. This timber is found mainly
Capital and Surplus, $90,000.
public schools on Wednesday, and col
is well known in Oregon City. The op- Stayton here, for $500, which is regarded in the Cascade range and on the west
lections taken the following day.
eration was successful and tl,e young as cheap, there being a fair house and elope of the Cascade ranges.
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
man will be out very soon.—Oregon City stable on the premises.
county has more timber than any other
H. P. Webster hands ub a copy of in the state, with a total of 28,854,000,000
it is well attested that only young The Reporter dated just 18 years ago last board feet, while Douglas county comes
is hereby given that the undersigned
people buy fashionable garments. Y011 Friday, which in a good many features in a close second, with 23,854,000,000
Fred Jenning an<i Martin Miller, Jr , have
see no old men with raglan overcoats. is quite interesting. It gives the price of feet anil Linn county third with 18,300,- by an order of the county court of Yamhill
Oregon, been duly appointed as joint
Have you also noticed that it in the wheat at 91c, potatoes $1 a bushel, and 000,000. Clatsop with 15,476,000,000 county,
executors of the estate of Martin Miller, Sr., de-
Now, therefore, al) persons having
young who die of appendicitis? The old flour $6 a barrel. The quotations were feet follows, and from that it runs down ce&sed.
claims against said estate are hereby notified
Of McrtlNNVILLE, OREGON.
continue to die of nuch old tangled com made by Frank Redmond. The build to but 470,000,000 feet in Morrow county, and required to present the same duly verified
to the undersigned executors at the office of F.
S ubplus and P rofits , $25,000
plaints an cancer and liver trouble.
W. Fenton at McMinnville, Oregon, within six
ing progress in McMinnville the previous
from the date of this notice.
extends to its patrons every facility
The experiment station at Corvallis is year, 1883, was stated to be over $73,000 greatest timber belt is found in the months
Dated this January 10th, A. 1». 1902.
consistent with safe and prudent baukiug.
MARTIN MILLER, JR.,
excited over the discovery that steam in The college was completed in that year. counties of Clatsop, Columbia, Washing
i RED JENNING.
jected into a Hilo and heating the contents Also Sax’s warehouse. Mention is made ton, Tillamook, Coos, Douglas and Lane.
Executors of said Estate
to 212 degrees prevents the silage from of the new coal mine east of North
W. L. Warren
souring, and practically preserves it in Yambill, Tom Nelson, the proprietor, Lincoln, Benton, Yambill, Marion, Linn,
Lee Laughlin, Pres.
J. L. Rogers, Vice Pres.
the state in which it was put in.
It is having told the editor that he was highly
E. C. Apperson,Cashier W. S. Link, Asst. Cashier
believed that a great discovery has been elated over the prospect, aud that those Klamath, Jackson, Josephine, Curry,
OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
Office hour, o a. m. to 4 p. m.
as administrator of the estate of Theo
made, which will give the station nation interested had been offered $25,000 for
H. Gilbert, deceased, has filed In the
their find. A comparison of the busi Umatilla, Union and Wallowa, There county court of Yamhill county, Oregon, the
final account of bis administration upon said
ness men then and now reveals almost a are about 55,000 square miles of timber estate,
and that said court appointed Monday,
complete change. Those still in business land in Oregon, most of it being on the the 3d day of February, 1902, at the hour of ten
o’clock in the forenoon of said day as the time,
are Dr, E. E. Goucher, F. W. Fenton,
sn>l the county court room as the place for the
hearing of said final account, and any and all
J. L. Rogers, Geo. Jones. L. Root was aud of the Coast range, This forest objections
thereto, if any there be. Now there
at that time running a grocery «tore, and would yield from 20,000 to 200,000 feet fore, all persons interested in said estate are
to appear at the time and
the timber place, to show cause,
John Wortman was cashier of the Bank
if any there be, why said
be allowed and approved,
of McMinnville, which at that time had
and why said estate should not be forever and
OF K Cl.l lfHING I.I-T.
not been nationalized
These ate all ago it was not known there was any red- finally settled and said administrator dis
charged and his bondsmen exonerated.
the men still in business, as revealed by wood in Oregon, but in Curry county Dated January 3d, 1902.
C. T. LONG,
Prove its value by investing 10 cents in
of said estate.
the advertising patronage, which was there are 1000 acres. At the low valua B. F. RHODES, Administrator
We have special arrangements with trial size of Ely’s Cream Balm. Druggists
Attorney for estate.
tion of $G.5J per thousand feet of manu
the following leading publications, supply it and we mail it. Full size 50 cents.
Does your horse “feel his quite extensive.
factured lumber, the standing timber of NOTICE OF FINAL •> ETTL E.W EN T.
ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., New York.
whereby we are able to offer them in
The Oregon Handle Manufacturing
Clifton, Arizona, Jan. 20, 1899.
represents an estimated asset
’OTICE is hereby given that Fred A. Hurner, connection with our own at exceedingly
oats” ? What a difference bc- Company shipped sixty-five sacks of Oregon
Messrs. E i . y B ros . Please send me a 50
available at some time, of nearly $2,200,- N executor of the last will and testament of
cent bottle of Cream Balm. I find your
Anna Hurner, deceased, has filed his final ae low rUtes, as follows : The R epórter and
tween the grain-fed and the sawduet to Portland this week, which 000,000.
count as such executor with the clerk of the Weekly Inter Ocean............................................ 11.36 remedy the quickest and most permanent
will be used for smoking purposes in
county court for Yamhill county, state of Ore Rural Northwest, Portland, semi monthly .. 1.25 cure for catarrh and cold in the head.
gon, and that Monday, the 2-fth day of Februa
grass-fed horse I The first curing meats. Mr. Oliver states that if
2.00 D ei .i. M. P otter , Gen. Mgr. Ariz. Gold M. Co.
ry, A I>. 1902. at ten o’clock in the forenoon of Oregonian, weekly.........................
Messrs. E ly B ros .:—I have been afflicted
said day. In the court moni of said county court The Weekly New York Tribune Farmer......... 1.75
the company can thus dispose of all its
strong and full of ginger, the sawdust, the proceeds therefrom will fur
at McMinnville, Oregon, has been by Hon. R. St. IxmisGlobe-Democrat, semi-weekly......... 1.75
with catarrh for twenty years. It made me
F. Bird, judge of said court, set and designated
so weak I thought I had consumption. I
as the time and place for the hearing of objec San Francisco Examiner, weekly................. 2.25
second flabby, weak and tired nish the fuel for the factory.......... .The
got one bottle of Ely’s Cream Balm and in
tions to said final account and the settlement
three days the discharge stopped. It is the
out before he begins. The
Dated Januarv 17th, A. D. 1902.
best medicine I have used for catarrh.
along, and up to date has made about
Eczema is caused by an acid humor it
FRED A. HURNER.
1 he Kind You Haw Always Bougtit
Proberta, Cal. F rank E. K indlismbx .
feeding makes the difference. fifteen different kinds of handles Some •he l»L»vd coming in contact with the Executor of the last w ill and testament of Signatare
Children are not alike cither. orders have already been tilled, aud the Uamxnation ; little pustular eruptions forr.’ R. L. CONNER, Att’y for aaid Executor.
One is rosy, bright-eyed, full about the first of the month, w hen the Iries and scales off ; sometimes the skin i
FXECI TOR'S NOTICE.
A Profitable Investment.
of liie and laughter, another is stock already manufactured will have hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any
“I was troubled for about seven vears
is a torment.ng, stubborn disease, lyrOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned with my stomach and in bed half try
by the county court of the state of
pale, weak and dull. The feed had time to become thoroughly seasoned. form
and the itching and burning at times are AN were,
for the county of Oregon, on the Jlltb time,” says E. Demick, Somerville, Ind.
Nels Christenson, who has l>een out almost un I »earable; the acid burning Oregon,
day of January. A. D. 1902, duly appointed joint
ing again is responsible.
several times in the interest of the new humor seems to ooze out and set the skiu executors of the last will and testament of John “I spent about $1,000 and never could
A. Campbell, deceased
Alt persons having
You can make yoor ban-
Sickly children need special
against said estate are hereby notified get anything to help me until I tried
ueea aa soft aa a glove
nal applications do any real good, for as claims
and aa tough aa wire by
and required to present them to us, w ith proper Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. I have taken a
long as the poison remains in the blood vouchers, at our residence near Hopewell, in
uamg EUREKA liar-
feeding. They don’t “feel their
aee* Oil. You can
said Yamhill county, within six months from few bottles and am entirely well.” Vou
ing the company in introducing its man it will keep the skin irritated.
lengthen Iu ufe-make it
the date hereof.
oats". Scott’s Emulsion adds ufactures. He reports that the oullook BAD FORM OF
twice aa long ua II
Dated this 24th day o( January, A. D. 1992.
ROBERT K. CAMPBELL,
you digest and assimilate,
three years I
just the right richness to their for markets is good, and if the expecta had ‘ For Tetter
FRANK C. CAMPBELL.
stomach doesn't digest your food you
tions in this respect are verified the man hand.- which on
diet. It is like grain to the .igetueul
Executors <>f the estate of John A. Campbell, are really starving.
contemplates putting in another
tural size. Part
Cure does the stomach's work by digest
horse. 1 he thilj gets new lathe and doubling the capacity of the thcirr
af the lime the disea<«c
w-asinthe form of nm-
ing the food. You don’t have to diet
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
sorus, ^erv pain«
appetite and st long digestion. plant, which will mean more work for ni»i£
A !»■»! ININTHATOII.
Eat all you want. Kodol Dyspepsia
more laborers............ . .The citizens of lul, and cav i.iq me
make* a poor look log har
Scott's Emulsion is more McMinnville are industriously discussing nuch uisc u .rt Four
Cure cures all stomach troubles. Ropers
ness like new. Made of
pure heavy bodk?d oil. e*.
E is hereby give that the undersigned
/ pecUUly prepared to wlib-
than food. It is a strong the desirability of a cannery. If New 0 be cured, an they
has been by tn <>r>k ■ cf the county court
, sUuad the weather.
a -a- —-------
berg had the capitul w biclt some of the could d not utitg for
of 'isrnhlll county, Oregon. duly appointed aa
Ii >k only three
medicine. It rouses up dull “shin warmers” of the county seat have bottle«
Urjan Marking the .Mails.
administrator of the estate of George T Hutch
< f S s S aud
croft, deceased. Now. therefore, all persons
a is complete lv cured.
The postoffice department has exclud
children, puts new flesh on thin tucked away in their stockings for ssfe this
having claims against said estate are hereby
iv.i4 fifteen yeara
notified and required to preseut the same duly ed a part of the issue of Bryan's Com
■Ma h STMOMO Oil CO.
»g \ n t 1 I have never
verified to the undersigned at North lamhill,
ones and red blood into pale keeping, she would have had such an nnceaeen
of mv old trouble."
institution loog ago.
A plan to
1411 Mo ‘ ec Sv Kansas Ui
ones. It makes children grow. advance the beet interests of education L« S. B JicKse?«.
mail rates. Bryan has been sending
Dated thia January 15th A. D. 1902
S. S neutrali? res ‘ffii • acid poison,
K J. HUTCHCROFT.
this paper free to many senators and
Scott's Emulsion makes ordi- in the east end of the county w ill be natural late, and t estoresiltoahcallhy,
Administrator cf said estate.
F W. FENTON. Attorney for Estate.
representatives, and the department
the rough, u-ilicaltliy
nary loud do its tin that day at 2 p. nt. the people will Aiti beet
►ft, smooth and clear.
rules that while not advertising an ar
cures Tetter, Erv-
ticle, he is advertising a “theory” or
meet at N. L. Wiley's to organize a new
sipafas. Psoriasis, S; It
"doctrine.” and by so doing cannot en
Rliemti and all skin
Thi< pi, ture represents school district and elect three directors
lite I ride Mark of Scott’s anti one clerk. Tills district will la*
diseases «inc to a pois
’OTICE i« hereby given that the undersigned joy the privileges of free distribution
A ,nd owr* “ *° «»ronB we
appointed and acting adrmnis
i <>111 C guarantee a cure or r-fand
Emulsion aud is on the
oned condition of the \ the dulv
money, and we «end you
of the estate of Alex C Martin, deceased through the mails at second-class rates.
made from three other districts,
wrapper of every bottle,
Send lor our Itook and write us lias tratrix
Ai” bottle <f you write for IL
tiled her first report of ber odunniatratioii Hereafter, all free copies of the Cum
slicing off a portion of each and
cents and will cure Con
of said estate,: -id the county eourv ha« fixed
lend for frtc sample.
sumption. Pneumonii, Bronchitis and aU
r i;,.se.ws .< t ic study, and can March the Id. ISV, at one odock of »aid day, tnoner must be stamped.
start with thirty-six pupils, which
cure a cough or cold
at the eountv e.wirt room in > smblll county.
i >n by their ad ice, we make no Oregon,
SCOTT & BOW NF,
lu a dav. and thus prevent serious results.
as the time and place for tearing said
entitle them to a very reapnclable
Llrenana la Marry.
barge for this service. All correspondescw final account and objections thereto
It has been doing these things for 50 years.
ICO Pearl St., New York. of public funds for their share.'
S C W ells A Co , l * Roy N V
SARAH M MARTIN.
e condtictc I in strictest vonfid' i-vr
Jan. 25—Arthur Dodge, 22, and
Administratrix of the estate of Alex C. Mar
50c anj $<> all drugguts. I berg Graphic.
^srrsOover Roni Tea correct» t*« St—
INS twin SPSCIFIC CA, ATLANTA, GA.
lora Eads, 28, of Peavine ridge.
Don’t Get Cold
What is CASTORIA
The First National Bank
The McMinnville National Bank.
One Dollar Per Year