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—A life insurance policy—never to
bring spring poems to the editor in per
—A Philadelphian has invented a
flying machine of a new kind, with
which he will soon experiment. Why
he is tired of life is not stated.— Norris
—Henry Karat went to sleep on a
doorstep in New York and was robbed
of his “turnip.” Henry says the police
man was not on his “beet.”— Boston
—A soft answer. “Whenever I can
find a donkey with a loud enough voice
and long enough ears,” he growled,
‘•I’ll brln» him up here and let him
argue with you.” “Well, my dear,”
she replied sweetly, “what subject do
you want to discuss?”— N. Y. Graphic.
—At last we know why “uneasy lies
the head that wears a crown.” A new
ly arrived chiropodist from the old
country announces himself as late corn
doctor to the court of Germany, and
tells us he has removed corns from sev
eral of the crowned heads of Europe.—
—A young man denounces straw bon
nets “because they chafe his ears.”
Here, now, is a question for scientists.
Can they explain how it is that a bon
net worn by one person can chafe the
ears of another person not wearing it?
Eh? How’s that? O—well, well, now
that may be. How stupid not to see it
before.— Foreign Ex.
—Çljrg^J ’understand that Mr.
Feathoriy paid me a very pretty compli
ment to-day? Ethel—Yes? What was
it? Clara—He said that among the
most beautiful young ladies at the party
last night was Miss Clara Smilh. Ethel
(with a cough)—Yes, I uoticfd you
among them. — Chicago TribCne.
—Brown was ruminating on Archim
edes and his lever. “Old Archimedes
had a long head when he said he could
raise the world if he had a long enough
lever,” he said to Burns. “Well, fairly
so,” was the reply, “but I have done
better.” “How so?” “Raised some
money with my lever.” “Whatdo you
mean?” “Pawned my watch.”— Bum
—The mistress of a large establish
ment. starting out on a “shopping ex
pedition, ” asked the cook what she
would bring her from the city. The
cook replied, “I’d like mighty well to
have a pah er fine shews, please,
ma’am.” She was asked What size she
wore. “I kin wah numbah threes easy,
but on account ob de size ob my feet,* I
reckon ye bettah git me number nine.”
A. H. & 0. 0. HODSON
Notice of Sale by Common Carrier.
W. T. BAXTER.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
Stoves ta Fiw in.
BAXTER & ROGERS
(Suooessoes to Baxter & Martin,)
Third street, MoMinnville, Oregon,
A new, neat and clean stock. Every articl<
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, Colored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
bacco, Tipes and Cigars.
i Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
Give us a call. Inspect our stock, and we
will guarantee prices to suit vou.
As the times will allow.
MAN FOB I» BAT.
A. A. KENYON
Make a Specialty of all
Kinds of Job Work Par-
Iron and Tin Roofing,
Galvanized iron Cornioes and window caps.
In faot we do anything that comes in
our line, with neatness and dis
KENYON & RAY, Proprietors.
(Sncoessor to W. F. Bangaaaer.)
Will keep on hand at all times the very
best quality of fresh meats, that oan be ob
tained in the market, and respectfully solicit
a share of the public patronage.
£^“Giveus a trial order and we will
Bring on your designs and we will cut your guarantee satisfaction.
patterns, and do your work, and
don’t you forget it.
Never Tell You it Can’t be Done.
South east cor. 3d and C streets, McMinn-
A. H. & O. O. HODSON.
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
Brewstor’a Patent Keln Kohler.
Your lines are where you put them—not
under horses’ feet. One agent sold 12 doz. in
5 days, one dealer sold 6 doz. in 15 days.
Samples worth *1.50 kkee . Write for term*.
E. K. BREWS”
J. Harv. Henderson,
(Successor to L. BOOT.)
All Fresh Soods, Groceries, Flour, Bacon, and
Glassware and Crockery.
tj^Gooda delivered to i>urcbasers inthemtv
Third St., bet. C. A D.
I am now fully prepared to do all kinds of
work in JE A’ELERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS
and all kinds of pins for lodges, trades, etc.
Jewelerv made to order. Everything guar
anteed, Good and reliable work.
Cheaper than the cheapest where workman
snip is concerned. Give me a trial.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING A SPE
M c M innville F urniture F actory
W. H. BINGHAM.
The Wai Bl,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
FINE FURNITURE Dining Station of the 0. C. R. R.
of all kinds.
We kick i. worn-out old purse which Just received an extfa fine lot of Black walnut Furniture, and
designs. Call and price my stook.
Undertakers Goods of a
we see in our pathway, until we hear
the clink of gold in it, and then we
clasp it to our bosoms.
Other people’s tears are little drops
of salt water; our own are rolling
floods of bitterness and woe.
A baby comes to us on angels’ wings,
but it hangs the wings up in a dark
closet when its feet have ouce touched
A beautiful polished shoe may hide a
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than his heart.
THE DIRECT HOI TE!
That man is weak, indeed, who can
not lift his eyes to Heaven.
One hair in the butter does not con T
° CHICACO and all points EAST.
MV W WWW XUGL w WW T,<'ke’« *°><* •» »11 PHOMINENT POINT*
demn the roll.
Throughout the Fait and Southeast.
A woman doesn't have to dance very
long until her knees are too stiff to
TO EAST BOEKD-"PASSENGERS!
bend in prayer.
The devil paints his most alluring I3r BE CAREFUL AND DO NOT MAKE A MISTAKE—BUT BE SURE
pictures on a backgronnd of gold.
------ TO TAKE THE------
It takes a long time for a lie to fade.
There’s more honesty in the wag of a I
dog’s tail than in the shake of a man’s
hand.— Merchant Traveler.
Family Grocery Stop®.
makes the bold statement that English
scientists are so far behind other na
tions in their study of the causes of in-
factious diseases that they are no longer
in a positio n to make anything like a
pertinent criticism upon such re
searches. The cause is attributed to the
English laws practically prohibiting «X
penments on animals.
Notioe is hereby given that the Oregon and
California Railroad company, of Portland,
Oregon, a common oarrier haring transport
ed the personal property hereinafter deeorib
ed, from various points in the state of Ore
gon, to the town of MoMinnville in the state
of Oregon, at the request of the owner or law
ful possessor thereof, and having safely stor.
ed and kept said property, and by virtue
thereof having a lien upon the same for its
just and reasonable charges, and more thau
three months having elapsed sinoe said
transportation and care has been performed,
and no part of said reasonable and just
oharges having been paid, all persons whom
it may oonoern are hereby notified that said
Oregon and California Railroad company by
its reoeiver wi'l on the 28th day of March
1S87, oomniencing at eleven o’clook a m ,
sell at public auotion to the highest bidder,
for cash in hand, at the warehouse of said
oonipany, in the town of McMinnville, in
the state of Oregon, all and singular said
personal property or sufficient thereof to
satisfy said lein and oharges and the ooets
and expenses of making said sale. Said prop
erty having been shipped, consigned and
transported between the points hereinafter
named, and being more particularly de
scribed as follows:
Lot 1 from Portland, 3 Pieces Bowling
Alley, marked E. B. Berry.
Lot 2 from Portland, I bdl. w. paper,
markrd P. F. Brown.
R. K okhlkb ,
Receiver of the Oregon A Cal. R. R. Co.
Portland Oregon, March 3, 1887.
And see that your ticket reads via Portland and
------- St. PAUL or MINNEAPOLIS,;_ _ _ _
JT. Multner, Prop.
(Late of the St. Charles.)
This Hotel has just been refitted and new
ly refurnished throughout, and will be kept
in a first class style.
The table is supplied with all the market
affords, and guest?, oan rely upon good clean
beds, and comfortable rooms.
Special accomodntioiis for commercial
JOHN J. SAX,
Feed Chopping Mill
In Running Order,
Will chop Feed for $2 per ton
or one-tenth toll.
Farmers and others having grain to chop
oan oome to my mill, and attend to any
business in the aity to better advantage than
driving two miles oat of town to get their
JOHN J. SAX.
To avoid changes and serious delays occasioned by other routes. Through
Third Street, opposite the Braly Bank,
Emigrant Sleeping Cars aro run on Regular Express Trains Full
Length of the Line. Berths Free.
QUICKEST TIME I
O. C. Hiatt, Prop.
GENERAL OFFICE OF THE COMPANY,
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Oregon.
CHARI.TON, Geaeral Western Patienter Agent.
Finest domestic and imported cigars.
Board and lodging.
Meal« at all hours.
Publio patronage respectfully solicited