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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1887)
THg QRjEaON BEGISTER
-BY- r' *
FRANK V HARDING.
One Copy. p«r year iuajvanoe ............... g2 00
Otte Copy, ill mon tip In adrare .
; ’ NO. ¿¿r*
LAFAYETTE, YAMHILL, COUNTY, OREGON, AUGUST 5, 188T.
' VO|e VI.
Several threshers started up on Tues
day near this piaro-
Thp Portland Mechanics fair will take
place October 6th to 22d. •
0t V. Old’s ne v house, just across on
Ute hill, begins to (pom up.
There will be an excursion given froip.
Dayton Saturday to Portland and return.
C, G. Christenson and wife, of Cheha-
fem, were at this place Wednesday trad
M. J. Ramsey went to Portland Tues
day to select paper, etc., for the. new
For the present the Western Union
'Telegraph office will remain at,the R koib -
Frank Harding has purchased the O re
gon R kgistex . Wutlryou success Frank.
Mrs. Jacobs, of Portland, has been up
at this place visiting friends and relatives
during the week.
Messrs. Carpenter end Stephens . will
take in the excursion to Portland Satur
day from Dayton.
Oregou Siftings, W. R. Boone’s paper,
was sold to J. A. Austin, an East J’ort-
(snd man, tjiis week.
-H. HalT dt cjurfRfhlty', of Wasbiiigtoh
co’ ■ y, passed through t! ¡ h jiludb Sntur-»
<U. Last on their way home froth Salem.
Read the new advertisements u- another
Messrs. Suitor A Danielhave completed
C. G. Scott, of Carlldn precinct, was in
tbeir warehouse at the station, of the
Railroad in this city, and
; - A^B. and W. I. Westerfield went to
are now ready to receive, More and ship
grain and produce, aa wilt- be peen by
A. J. Apportion, of McMinnville,, was
their advertisegient in thin issue. Their
cn ot*r streets yesterday.
warehouse is the best on the west side of
Jeptfia C. Yates has been appointed the.Willamette river and ie fitted up with
postmaster at Irving, Lane county.
the very beat machinery (or cleaning iXkid
Several strangers have beeu tn town handljng grain, and for preventing tires.
thia week; some on business and others Everything is new and free from weevel
and other insects. With this house and
A burning lamp at the firemen’s meet their mill and
ing last evening wont on a rampage, and tliepiill, they are prepared to handl e all
finally ha$ to he thrown into the at«?et the gra p that is raised in thia vicinity to
bafore it was extinguishett-
Uie~ entire satiafactioa of those who pa
•' The Kentucky election occured last tronize them. Lafayette is fortunate in
Monday. From the lat st advices the having in her midst' such meh of enter
Messrs. ' Suitor & Daniel have
democratic ticket is elected by majoritieH prise
themselves to lie. . They started
estimated from 15,000 to 25,000. Fox, $r
jirohibitiobiat, will probably get 14,000 with limited means, but by honosty and
votes. The republicans claim large gains, fair de> ling and close attention they have
but the official, count wilL stop all guess established one of the best paying
busine ses In the county. We cheerfully
In speaking of Mr. Blackburn’s exam reccommend them to the people of this
ination the Astoria Transcript has this to section.
itiV to - day .
sty: '‘From a long acquaintance'with
THE WATERWAY CONVENTION.
the man, whom we knew fur years as a
sutler, intelligent, iawsabiding citizen, we
The third annual session of the Colum
were prepared to place ho credence in the bia Waterway Convention met in Astoria
charge against him until it walta substan on Wednesday it 10 o'clock. The presi
tiated by convicting evidence. ¿Even IJie dent of the last session, E. L. Smith, of
nigh And lofty, the trenchant and eon- .Hood river, presided at the opening. The
chtsive evidence of the Dallas and Salem representation was composed of the lead
judicial press, coupled with the ryvela; ing business pien of AstorfS, Ptrtland,
tions of that most shrewd, crafty ana un- Vancouver,' The Ihillfts, 'GpwTiti' copnty,
escapable “Portland detective," it seems, Walla Wglla, Franklin cojjnty; Pacific,
failed to fasten the crime on Abe Blvick- Chehalis and Wakiakum l outrfiwr Were
bupi. It is thought this* will end the fer represented by A. 8fotBowen, of Oyster-
reting b, sijte.-is, fpr some time at least. It villa. The following were delegates at
is probatjj:, ilte. best thing that can be, large: Governors. Pen noyer of Oregon,
done in the premises.’* ■
I Governor Eugene Semplg.of Washington,
, _ , . ' rion. Jamss II. ¿later and lion. George
Go n W ell .—Messrs. Suiter & Daniel ...
have just finished their well over at the I Wagg^er Oregm-. redrokfl comm.ssion-
Those who know themselves to be in wurehouse, it is 35 feet 'deep and five feet erH' Senators-Dolph and Mitchell and
debted to Westerffi-ld ltros., are respect-
wjdSfWff “W»w haB 20 feet of water ip it, Representative Hermann WOT? also pres
hilly invited to come to the front and )i-
ent and declared thamselves in favor of a
•Which will keep them well supplied.
boat raijivay at ’the Da les, and promised
F ound .—A short piece of poetry in to labor in ■congress for the purposes rep-
Tho recently overflowed cellars in Port
land, it is feared, will breed malaria and nianuscript form was picked up on the resented in the convention. It was ex
disease, the News urges the use of disin street vWednesday and handed tb us. pected that a memorial would lie adopted
The owner can have it by calling at this qnd that the convention would complete
< /NEWBERG. .
We are infomied-by Geo. L. Riggins, of office, or we will publish it if tha writer its work early yesterday.
Fairdale, that thoreis a big fire ragingin will send us his or her name.
Aqg., 1» 887..
N ew C ollector .—Muiulaji morning
Vie coast range mountains near Samp-
'D issolution .—Notice is hereby given Hon. Hyman Abraham, thii nonly ap-
Grain lias ripped t lowly rtie past week.
^on’s mi}l. ’
that the co-partnership existing between- -pointed collector of customs for the dis-
Most of the winter wheat is cut, and
A^ z K. Logan, Jno. J. Spencer, C. II. facobB & Ungerman milliners and dresk- trict of the Willamette, entered- on the
several threshing machines' expect to
Flemming, Roy Wi.lee.Jjnd Lfifijje Laugh makers, is this day dissolved by mutual discharge of the dutiesjif his office, F. N. start up t is week.
lin, all of McMinnville, were at this place consent, Mrs.' Jacobs retiring. Jilrs.-N. Bhurtleff retiring. Mr. Shurtleff, during
up a now
- Wednesday evening. '
J. Ungermart .will continue the businesH i the ¿ay, turned pver to his Ruccesflor all
C. B. Carlisle’s Southern Oregon Tran ait the old stand..
the government protierty of which h< lt.-s
J. T. Smith is putting up a new house.
script, printed at Medfoid, is «lignified in
N otabies A ppointed .—Gov. Pennoyer been the custodian for the past seven
Miss<Maggie Blair, of Iowa, lately ar
tone and Democratic in politics, and will
during the past, week has-appointed the
rived here and is very much pleased
following notaries public: H. E. ('rose, made only four appointments, viz:
L. A. lhke, chief deputy vice B. E. with the country.
■ J. E. Hembree and John Millican went- Oregon City'; John H. Smith, Astoria;
□'it on the North Yamhill road last Satur Joseph McKav, Express, Baker county; Lippincott.
Miss I’olly Winters, of Willsburg, is up
A. h'oltner, weigher anti gauger vice on a visit.
day morning and returned before noon L. N-, Liggett, Paulina, Crook county;
John R. iltul.—
With twenty-kix grouse.
■R. E. Bryan, La Grande; W. W. Brether-
J. D. McKinnon, dgy inspector vice W.
F. S. Harding takes the wheel on the ton, Portland; Thoe. A. Stephens Port
Miss Twink Graham, of Butteville, is
over on a visit.
R hgibt Í r to-day. We anticipate ouite a land; J. F. Watson, Dalton, Yamhill S. Failing.
John G. Egan, night inspector, vice R.
revolution iii that vicinity as regards the county: Ji C. McGraw, Portland.
Remember the leagne next Sabbath.
profesh.—Reporter, Aug. 1.
Andrqw Fickett is again able to be
L ist oy L etters —Remaining unclaim
There gre eight otter sub-offices to fill, around after a long siege of rheumatism.
Those railroad hands that dumped the
ed in the post office at Lafa'yette, Or., and presumably Mr Abtaham will make
engine into t()e river a' Rays Lamling last
Miss Ruth Rees’ health lias beefr on
August 1st, 1887:
appointments at an early day. .
Lite decline for several^ weeks, neces
week, evidently thou.ht that they could
Clark, James G.
Folsom, Mrs. Mabel
her staying upon the Cheltalem
float it across in gcod -hdpe.
Martin, Mrs. Eliza
Clark. Mrs. Eliza
R ailroad N ews .—In a recent interview mountains; the higher altitude being
McCall, D. W.
W. L. Bratlshav and family returned Ely, S. J.
Vice-President Crocker of the Southern mote eongenial.to her health.
from tlie coast l !»« fore part of the week. ■Emmons, E. L.
Pacific toftt occasion to say that the
Dr. Moore has done some work on Miss
Mosier, Mrs. Fannie
They report having had a good time, and
/ nna Austin’s eve that he deserves credit
Parties calling for the above letters will Southern Pac'flc lias not, nor has it, had for.
bring word that other Lafayette peopje
in contemplation the building of a line
please say advertised.
there áre all O. K.
Mechanics are in demand at thjf place;
between Astoria and Portland. One point,
Gr E. J ohnson , Postmaster.
In Mneequenie of moving and getting
however, spoken of will lie of-especial in it being almost impossible to get work
done .in that line not previously con
W agon R oad I nvestigation .—Acting terest, at It ast to residents of The middle tracted for.
settled in our new home we have not
been alie to give this weeks jiaperthe aL. Secretary. of the Interior Muldrow has and upper Willamette valley. He says
Say will we have a fair at thia place this
< tention we would like. We trust' our nptitteiûTUe Dalles Military Wagon Road the railroad officialism ve now-under con fall, if so, ain’t it about time to talk it up;
company, the Oregon Centrul Wagon sideration a project of uniting the east what eay ye?
readers will make due allowance.
Gov. Pennoyer has commuted the sen Road cdtnpahy and Williimette Valley and west branches of the Oregon A Cali ' Newberg is all noise with the sound of
P rohibitionist .
tence of J. G. Rolieson, who was coh- anri Cascade Mountain Wagon Road com fornia railroad. The beginning’ of the the hammer.
vitled of killing J,._W. Bob'» io Astoria in pany, of Oregon, that John B. McNamee, connecting link-will beat Corvallis, on
1882. Robeson will leave shortly for of the office"of tl e assistant attorney gen the west side, but just where connection
eral, and Gabriel C. Wharton, of the gen will be make a itb the east side road has
NeW_JerHey where he has relatives.
tug., 2, 1887.
eral land • office, have been appointed not been decided on. Connection will
- ; The W. C. T. U. of this place held a
Good-bye Westerfield Bros., our rela-
commissioners to investigate these roads, not lie made immediately, but the state
very interesting meeting at the church
tinns with you have been very pleasant
and lhat they will meet in Salem, Ore ment is made that as to its being trade at
■. yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Edward«; of
indeed.' May the Rxothm under the new
gon, August 10th, to hear testimony on a time not far remote is certain.
Newberg, and Mrs. Jacobs, of Portland,
editor be as good as of old is our wish.
the issues involved.
were present. Several jiew members
J. R. Caldwell’s new store is com
were taken in, and the future of the union
T ub S almon L aw .—It has been cus
Tfiere is a big fire raging in the neigh
is bright. ’
tomary for- fislierymen and cannerymen
J. R. Caldwell and his son are about
borhood of Jones & Co’s Nfistncca mill. the same. Hope the doctor will be able
Tlie Oregonian’s Mammoth Spokane along the Columbia river and its tribu
Considerable -damage has already been to .finally restore them to their wonted
Falls and Wardner edition, which ap tarios to disobey the law for the protec
done, and a gentleman who left the mill health.
peared on Monday lartt, is a credit to the tion of salmon, which prolides that all
D. O. Stevenson and G. R. Bodie, of
at 4 o’clock yesterday morning reported
uianagern nt. Tie inústrations, of the
in McMinnville that the fine was in the the metropolis, were visiting their fam
ilies on last Sunday.
above places were finely executed by the
until about the n iddle of August. A mill yard and that the men there were
Inwis A Drytlen Printing company.
George Hansen's warehouse was the
move is now being made toward tlie en
first to receive wheat this year; the noise
Frank Harding formerly employed on
forcer! ent of the law. Gov. Pennoyer of the flames. It is feared that the mill of the cleaner sounds natural.
the Transcript, came down Tuesday. has announced that he will use all duo has been destroyed. The limber burned -
Vicke-i his household goods and returned ehbrts to enfon« the statue, apd té t at will alone prove a great loss'-do Jones A - P. C, TliompSon done the first thresh
ing this season.
with them to Lafayette Thursday. He end has directed the fish commission to Co. and other mill owners in tliit-vicinity^
If you want to see some tall trotting go
lias puruhased the O rkoon R egister and
attend to it, and it will lie I he duty of the Tuere are several teams in the mountains to th. White House road and view the
will take‘ointrol of the same Monday
commission, to call on the sheriff and dis- unable to get out on account of the falling yaller mare; she is'a daisy.
next. Wo wish Frank unbounded sue- srict. attorneys to give'aiil. Gov.
Pen- tîtilwr, we suppone.
Four dollar hat, a present st that.
«íss in his new undertaking.—Astoria noyer stited to a Statesman reporter that reach« s us that the tfiill is bnmed and
Ed. went to Portland yesterday;
he had reason to believe
t Gov. Sem that the teams bAe all «ome out safely.-
guess it will be a nobby suit of c clotl
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The RaotsTas has in the past been ple of Washington terri
fevered with a corps of splendid corres- him in his endeavor to procure
Asa Kelsey has gone to Portland to
-The Atlanta (^institution does
1 pendents tn the neighlxwing towns in the protection of salmon. The law of
work at his trade, carpentering,
I «oanty. We will be pleased to have i ng ton territory on this subject is the not approve of cheap newspapers.
- Mr. 8. Carr, of Panther creek mills waa
■ them continue in the *xtd work if they same as in Oregon, and if the two ei- ‘The curse of this age,” it says, in town last Hunday, he ia very proud of
■ pora«My can We ttaare to keep the Rso- ecutives Combine their forces they will no ‘is the cry for, cheapness—the our sooIn law.
■ wraa in the lead as a I. m - h I paper, and doubt be able to make fishermen and ,
^.,r ,,,e rjjii,-v
■ wotftd Kke a corre»poo<lent at every poet- cannerjjnen respect the law.—Salem
1..---------- -*k r„_ c:------------- ---------- *- -* Portland pl^yr. Giva him ^aii"7
■ aflfce in the ena»ty.
money.” . ft. war ia uppn blanket . Rome-of our sportsmen went oat hunt-
Harvest is moving right along! Fall
MÀBRI4GE LICENSES. , .
days ago up toward the hill,
■ wheal is nearly al. mt, and thresher« are
abeeta, unfl XUwoutnrea th« opin— ingafew
and had gqod luck. Borne of tliem bring-,
obeli <mt the fine plittnp
iagiaafiae Jta of grouse One of them
| «raro in WBrWjráke <atr fanner frten.ht I
bo taofbv to buy* tig swrraa it
I saMer. jWs belie»a the yield is Usne U»e
buy*, it« porfumon^fa which - *
I avgfljge -of the lost three ar-tair yeara;
finiMifair W th« TtuLrnf
ew W fig'-mpre. nearly
» Highest possible
K. B. hibb :
O- E. WlILIAMfi,
^Williams and Hibbs.C?
THE ONLY FIRST SLASS
Tailoring Establishment in the County.
IJ& Good work and low prices.
THERE IS NO
Royal Road ta Fortune
But you will find an easy one to it
re»—if yon will
. I» tbo Ctaott Court «f UM S um , of Orage.,
for Viabili Cowtty:
i- a. utqt ....
To AlmxL. BmUh e*id Oolroduti
Iolbo nirao of ih. 8uto of Oregon, yo. erdv
sppeer end enider tbo no -
pleii.t Bled lK»in.-t yon in tho above entitle*,
■oit o.i i<r,beforehoptei.ber!iOlb
the Hr»t dev or the noxt regulnr toigL fit toto ;
' l onri. end iryou.foll eo to
' abereol. Plelmitf will epply to the op«0 foe • .
d-cier dSolving H.o nurrhigv eonpMl now-
exiaUiill betwren FJ.ilnt ff-end Dofe-dgnt. end.
fir aorh other relief M prayed for In FlalMtUf
Thia Hiuumone Ie puUlahed lix.weekpjn the •
OvniOH Xisn.-TBa oy order ol Hop. R. F
Botae, Judge of e»H conn made at Chambait.
Rownr, all of Oroioo ¡’not Oil«, Tinomeok * J '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
NOTICE FOR PULICATÏÔN.
Atty’a lor Plaintiff.
J J, 2s, 18-7.
All ♦hat ponton ot the Donation Land Claim
of A. H. Eide., ( Ufar ho. G8ir. T. 8. 8 R. 4 W
of the Wa auu-ite Mar faun iu Yamhill County,
Oregon, and more pnrtiruhrlv described aa fol-
Notice It herebyqdvea ihsl H. O. Dunn has
I owr : Beginning at a stake hi center ol Qpunty *
road running from the covered bridge acroo» broil duly ippuiiuÿd, by tbo « oanty oourt of,
the North Yamhill river to intersect the county Yimbl-loun.ly, Oregon, Guardivi» of tba,«etato
road star «femes J<>hnst>n% Mid stake being of H O. Burn», tn imsw pen «**. ’ 'Tbereloro
bo it. 1| degrees East iu oentefof »O|d 28 45* all prr.eni bwlng els ui« agvlui-t Mid Mia o,
100 oh a ins fi om intereootion of Mid ron< with are lior-rby notlllod to present the Mino .Itb
iho South line of the Mid James Johns on’» proper ven.-berl to th. underrlicnod .1 Bello-
)onation (.and Claim Thence South 8»1 de viw, Or. w ithlu »ix, months from ibis ato.
grees West 36 65-100 ebaiiis 1 hence Nertli 34 Datai) this Ulh day of July 18S7.
75-100 chains Tlienoe hast Id 17 100 chaina
Theuee South 5 15-100 chaina There« East 22 W. L BRADSHAW
Attorney toreald Misto.
16 10L~ebi'in» Thence South 1 degree Eaat with
center of county road to place of beg liming
containing 110 acres Mving and excepting from
said premLe« above describ'd (lie following NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
portion thereof heretofore conveyed to aud now
owned by Defendant Libbie Gieger, described
as Ad.owe to wit! Beginning at the North East
OTIt’K 18 HK'IEBY GIVEN THAT TH!
corner of the Donation Land Claim <>f Alfred
nndereignt-d halbem by ia order ot the
R. Elder afQr**jMid 1 hence We»t 5.» R0-100
County Court, of Yemlilll County, Union, .duly
chaina io the track' of the Oregon 4c California ifUMiinted Admlnlolralor of thi «etap of day
Kailroad Tbsoce South 21 j degrees Eaat to a C. Gower deoeiuyd. with will mnuod.
Eiint wbe e the said tract crosses the west
Therefore all peraoni having otalme against
m ndary of anid Donation I »and Claim of raid Mid ertaiean beieby noUUrd to |>iv.enitbeai
Alfred h, Uder Thence South on said West with pinper Touchers to lbe undersigned at tho *
boundary line4of Mid claim to a point 23 .13-100 law oHca of Folium A Fenton, at Lafayette, •
clia;ns South of the North hound iry line of this Oregon wkhlnelx month« from thia I Sin day
Hart and 12 7» -WO chaina South of the point of July 1HS7,
J. P. OOR8KB,
where »aid track crosses Mid Went boundary
line Thence Eaat 53 22 100 chains to E'rt
boundary line of said claim Tfitnce North 23
PnsTog A Vmrrnw,
.3H ¡Ou chains tc the place of beirinnihg contain
Ait iriisya lor K-tate.
ing 121’ sen a more or kaa, be first ordered avid
qpder ra d dec re®,
NCÒICE Of APPOINTMENT OF
2d. That all that portion of the Donation
Land* Claim of William D, Clsrk and Ph4>e
Clark, his wile, Claim N<>. M being par*e of
13 RERRBT GIVEN
sections 9, 10, aod 11 of T. 3, B B, 4 W. . f Wil»
be» Even only appointed
'■»wietto Meridian in Yamhill County. State of 1 ’ II.
Oregon, and bsnmlod aa follows; Beginni -g at hy the. Cosai/ I 'oorl of Yambill I onnlvj Oro-
a point 13 35-100 chains South and H 7 100 gun, l ieculor of die tail prill and teatsmeot ol
chai uh West <»i' the North East corner ef said A Ulne Fiulqiiaiii. deMin-d.
Ibrirloro all perenna having cla Ba agaloM
section 9 Thence North 89 ckvreas 30 mjnuies.
Fust 8o'3.'»-IOo chains Thence North 8’) degrees avid salale are hereby U‘ ll*«-> to pieoent them
proper voucl-ora to tbo undorolgnod, al
45 mi l«:tea East 76 70100 chains Thence bon'h
21^1.114) chain-* 1bei.ee North HUdegtOM 45 Eaat PiirUaail, Oregon, or at ibe law offloo of
A Fenton at Lafs.io ta, Oregon, widiln
minute» Went 3.12J1UU chti- a Th nee North
*9 degrees 30 minute« We»f 57 11 100 chain» aix uioutba IrouiUiia 1Mb dai of July 18s7.
B. R, BOW MAN,
Ti ence South 2 » 70100 chs Thence North n » de
grees 45 minutes west h9 M It'OrliMbenso north
Filtro. A Farrow.
2 71 10>‘ chain» Thence North N9 degrees 45
AUorueya lor Ea(alO.
minuti s hs»t 241.» 1'0 chains T ence North
15-degreea West 41 «8 100 ch»in* to tqe place of
beginning containii g 493 62 100 scree i> ore or
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
less except 100 acres hertofore sold off the WeH-
end pf a id claim t<> James Thomas April 6th,
Load uffloo at Urigsn City Oregon. I
18o7, mortgag' d to I’lamtiff be neil ordered
July tub. l-t>7. [
sold uml'T »aid decree.
3d. That if th-» a in* realized from Mid tract
t to following
fir t to be sold, and t ieexceM above amount
named ei tlh r boo tiled nutioe of his int ntlon
due upon tlie mortgages, he'd by Clarence M,
hl« els tn. snd
H|ackl»urn upon >-al<l second tract be in-
rufftciei.t to pa* Plaintiff thsn ihe tract owned that ssld proof will be mads before tlie > oanty
by Defendant. Linble Gngsr, be sold u der Clerk of lUlsmook O-nnly. Oregon, et Title-
Mid decree. That th« re be paid Phinlift ont of mook Oregon, on Bttardsy. August 17lh. ' hh 7.
the proceed» of add first sale the coats and ex- V is : Alfred Neumeno, Pte otspUon D. 8 . Ito.,
pein-es of »«id aale and of thia suit tlicn tho 47.1» for the Kes. ooe half of Norin Kost one« .
further emu of 32750 goW coin, together with Iouilh,8-nih We-t one fourth of Hoitu E»-l
inteie*' then-<in f«»o» November Ilth, I8*<i. at one fourth, wad North Kelt one four b of »outk
10 per cent per annum and tho fur»Lor sum ef Ee»t eno fourth, of Bectlon 76, Townsblp L
Booth kauge », Wot
fi'iO -Attorne* a f t now duo I’latntifl herein.
He on mes lite fellow Ing witneMoe to prove
That there be paid the Defendant Clarence M.
Bkekburn out ot the proceeds of the aale of bis continuous re-Ide ace apou, and cuUtv.Utot,
said Ula»jk Donation Land Claim the costa and ot.«U lend, vljt
■ 0 W Buiith.M. Ceooy.C. Johnson, sod M.
exptfoso» of buch >als and next the aunts dne
him upon bl* two Mid mortga/e» aa ehall be Folend. ell ot Ttllsmook Pool Offlee, Tillsiuoek
decreed and it earth fog wt.il* remain due Plain
(iff then any restaue of such sale to be paid
Piaintiff until ho is fully paid and that the
excess be jmid into Court for the benefit of
m U other leiu creditors in the order of tbeir
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION^
*1 h»t if Plaintiff tea«t then folly mrtff then
the tr»ct owned bg Defendant Libbtw Gieger be
laod om™ it Oregmi ciiy
next Sold and after i«a)i»oi»tof any ftliii due
Oregon, Joly «ih ls87. |
Pl ilntiff the mkioe fa bo paid to said Ubble
Noti co Io hereby given that iho Milo» log ,
That Plaintiff have a decree foreclosing and
debnring each of »aid I’efendan1» and >• I per turned Miller l>M IHfifir.otta of bio InWnUon to
sons claiming under either of them of all equity moke tael proof in Oofeorl or hb claim. »4
of red« mption in Mid pn-raU-'S ami that b* that m H proni wIII bo moke before Ibo Cu Bty
have judgment »gainet said Abrsi^m lilack- Judgai-r b-'uuir < lerk of Tillamook
born for an/ defi'-iei cy there might rem in duo (I imoo . •» Tillamook Oregon, On T»>adev
Ooenr M. f anleoner.
and final if for s ch otiior telle i aa ahull be ^nruM tafo Bist-
mat in equity »nd g« ml coo-ei '»<0 •• pruned Homeoleed Ki.lr, No IWl. tor Ihn N. W ooe-
fotirlh of «eolios I». T. 4, 8. H. IO W
for in Plali.iiff’s < om,H»inl her- in,
Ho ñemeo tlm billowing wlinoaeo le piovo
This Biirnm ns Is p ibli.h d si week» '■
O rboom Hnoisrxg hr order *d it»«
K. 1 . bi» enminoona realdeaoe upon, and rellholloa
Boice. Jodge of said « eurt, made al I hambers VÄt-.’AUor. T. Ro«., «od M A.
This summons is pubHshad afat, weety,»
in i the
order of JkJE
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R. P. Boise, judge, of saideourt, uadu afe
chambers at Salem Oregon Jubr 28th IÄ7.
for all kinds of
Circoli Cauri ut «h. IUU *r
al»ove entitled cariee on or before September
26th, lW7y4hat being the flrat day of the next
regular teim of aeid court next afierdne aer-
vice of thia Hu mm ona upon you by publication
as by law provided, and if yon fail wo to an-
wer, the plaintiff» will apply to the Court fer
the relief praje ' for iu the Complaiut befein
For a decieee refmrdfng iuid mortgMge de
scribed in laintiff C<>mplai''U and then fore-
cloeingsaid mortgage aa reformed and order-
hff a aale ot said premises d.acribed in Plaintiff
Complaint aa follow» to-wit:
let. All the following part of the Donation
[.aud Claim of A. II. Elder and wufe Claim No.
6« in Townahlp Three South RjLe Four Weat
of the Willamette Meridhn and In the oeunty of
Yamhill State <>f Oregon, o-wiftT Beginning at
the South Kart corner of Mid Claim Thence
North 1085 100 chaina Thence Eaut 10*l(h)
chains Theuee North «4 33-101) chain» Thence
weat 17 84 100 chai a tnomter of eonnty r« ad
hence South I degree 30 minute« Eaat
28 45 100 chains Thence West 3d 50- 1* 0 chain»
to Went boundary of oUitn Th.-noe South
13 .53 100 chaioa Thence £«,t 3}
to stake in center of count, road Thence south
1 degree 30 minutes East *4 5 100 oh^inr*With
center of c untv road to Sonth boundary ol
claim Thence Kealll 8 luQ chains to the place
of beginning cental ><ng 200 acres eave and ex
centing 62 acres thereof conveyed to J. H.
Car»e. he dee.t to which ‘a recejdud on page
467 of Book Q of the reco.da .of deeda. f -r a.iid
County, and aaviug »Ian »nd exeepMng there
from that portion thereof heretofore sold to
the Defendant Li Ohio Gieger herein after de
sci ibed. Also the loihwii.g described tract to.
Newberg is steadily growing; apother
new house and barn are contracted for pn
E. Miles’ lot.
Miss Blair arrived last Thursday fn m
the east, she is a cousin of Mrs. J. E.
Mrs. Edwards held ¿rvices last Sunday
at Sheridan and repots a very full attend
$fr. and Mrs. Perry Hadley, of East
Portland, are visiting relatives in this
Prof. B. C. Miles came from',Salem
Saturday evening to spend’Sunday with
Miss Oda Hunt, of Portland, has come
to Hpend some v. eeks at Newberg visiting
Proof that’ Oregotb-is a good place to
sleep; only about half of Newberg heard
tlib thunder the other night.
ie W. C.
0. T. UJ
■ ' and yery
interesting. ---- --------- —.
swer to Prayer .wag well
very conVftieing. Their pray
ne*t -Thursilay will he li^ld at Mrs.
J utld’s, in.the country.
“ " Newberg W.!c.
W.' C. T. U. wjl
wilj hold a Gos
pel temjieraiit e meeting in tlie large din
ing ltall of the Dundee hotrfl next Sunday
at 4 p. m. All tire invited.
In the Circuit Court of the State at Ofo.
eguu for Yamhill county:
Orcgou, for Yaaialll County,
J ohn F. W bioht , Plaintiff.
BO.W.U HJUMwaa RioinlM, -.
M blxuul WoiiiuT, Defendant»------------
Abrah«tn Bhrckbnm, (irottn*
Ha Mw n To Melvina Wright said defendant:
BO» Hen*7 H. Muiphv, Adam Grant tnlsM
H. Ford, partner» in bush)«*» in ban FiauvKa
In the name of the State of Oregon you
CaU a» Murphy, Grant dt Oo., (‘ha*. Wright are hsreby required to appear and ans
doing oumtfeM a> Cha». Wright 4 Ce., J. W. wer the complaint filed against you ia
Shelton* J. A. Ford, f. W. ^errt, F. P. Hem
bree. H R. Stevennon, M. J. Beckham and the above entitled suit on or beta« the
Jamea MoCgin and Hi Hnrley, partneio a» Me 26ti. day of September 1887 being the.
W Frier. Edtntr Poppleton, first day of the next regular term of said
Maithew Rlackbarn. Mra. Matthew Blackbarn, court next after due service of thia sum
hi» wife; l.ibhie Gieger. Albert kMaon, Bohen mons upon you by publication as by law
Haukineon ana Oiaience M. Blackbnrn.
«gid if you
Plaintiff will apply to the.
o.To. .Mat'h?w Blgekbuni, Mra.
Matthew court fig
a decree dimlying the n
Blukburn, hia wife; and eianuc»» M. Black* <x>rt|nctL_..
Inuw existing between 1
bam Defendant» above named:
and Defendant and
In the name of the State ot Oregon yoq and
»nd fendant tmyfunai ntM Brt-hr
eacb ol y<»n »re hereby required to appear at-
nd «JBLltwrin the oompuunt
aoHwer the complaint fl lad again at you in the
iba such other relief a. prayed
” Aug., 2, 1887.
Last Sumlay, Clifford Jack, age 16
years, the oldest soffof Mr. C. It. Jack of
tliiB place, was drowned while swimming
in the Yamhill river. The boby was re
covered by Mr. |I.JB. Newby, who dove
and 1 rought it up from the bottom.
Funeral sermon was preached yosterday
and Cliff was laid attest beside his mother
and sister in the Amity burying ground.
Mr. Jack has the sympathy of all in this
Dr. G. W. Goucher was called to North
Yamhill last week.
Dr. Wise, dentist, will be at this place
from tlie 1st tot he 15th of each month
and from the 15th to Die 1st in Albina.
Go to J. Mills and buy vour wife some
of that Rodgers silvi rware.