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l.Al'AV«'4vrE.V\M«llLL <OlNTY,.ORi:<a>N, SEPT. IO, 188T.
VOL. VII.
LIST OF BILLS.
HEBO, TILLAMOOK COUNTY.
PERSONAL.
Public school Opened on Monday under
tlje most favorable auspices. There aza " F; W. Martin was in town on Wednes­ ’ The following bills were allowed and
[Received to late for last week.]
PUBLISHED EVEBY FR1D <Y
87 Washington St,
....
Portland, Oreg««.
over 100 pupils in attendance.
ordered paid by the commissioners last
I thought you might want to hear from
day.
—AT.
Wood
city
and
its
vicinity.
OREGON,
The state fair ¡Bin progress this week.
IFATKTTB,
Clark Braly wbb in town one day this week:
$ 24 40
Fishing is just beginning to pay the
The weather is fine and the attendance week.
Stanley Umplilett.. ,... .
- by -
• .
Jlrs^-Young.
/i .. .
.... Ill 00 last few diiys.
large and the receipts are larger than las1
FRANK S. HARDING.
.. 1565 00
Dr. J. F.^Calbreath paid us a pleasant Rudder A Royal.
The large cannery that is just com­
year. W expect to go over to-day.
464
00
Howell A Daniel....... ..
call yesterday.
• >
123 62 pleted on the Big Nestucea bay is doing
Jones A Co..........................
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
Newspapers give more for nothing than
Chas. R. Fenton visited Eugene City W. T. Booth.......................
23 M a splendid business.
1» Copy, per year, in advance...................
00 any other establishment in a community.
16 00
The Craps Bros, have a splendid saw
last
Week
on
business.
’
‘
J
.
C.
Cooper.
.............
s
Of «11 Grades and the Latest Eastern Styles.
I» Copy, elx mobths iu advar».,„..V... 1 00
Their columns being their stock in'trade
21 00 mill just completed and doing a rattling
Arthur 8n ith.. ............ ..
P. P. Gates and party returned yester­ W.
42 00 business at Wood city. At their lumber
II. Hunnels...................
Samples lÆalledL on -A-pplicatloxx.
they perpetually give away their space on
day from a.hunting expedition.
434 28 yards may be found as fine lumber as
Royal A Rudder..................
J. Burt Moore,
matters which when sifted to the core
*12
50
M.
C,
Rudder
...........
1
can
he
mude
on
the
eoast,
of
different
Have y A i One of
Geo. H. Westerfield dropped in on
¡prove to be nothing but' advertisements.
J. 8. Hibbs.................................... v
13 00 EMricties, sawed from fir, spruce, alder
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON^
Besides, they receive continued applica­ friends and relatives Monday evening. Geo. W. Briedwell.
262 70 and cedar, which will supply a long felt
106 00 want of the people in the surrouudiug
J. A. C. Freund-.
tions for copies, and always send them, He contemplates locating here.
6 00 country.
FEED AND SALE STABLE,
Oregon.
Dr. Davis and Wife returned on Wed­ J. S. White...........
Newberg
jiostage. What merchant
i paying the
6 00
W. F. Williamson
The
steamer
A.
B.
Fields
pjqkesregu-
nesday
from
Monmouth,
where
they
had
would sli'p a yard of calico to every ap­
,........
20 00 lar trips in to our b>y€'ery Reek.
M. Rymal.............
T, B J/ELSOJ/. Proprie or.
DR. J. C. MIQHAUX,
plicant.—
-
/ been to attend the funeral of Mrs. Davis’ T J. Harris-... -
.......... 122 80
Crops and gardens are better,than the
Harris A Haney...
.....
.2 50 oldest setrter • lias
; .LAFAYETTE, OBEGON- ’
brother.
, zlim prepared to furnish
has ever seen them
them; we are
CARRIAGE». .
L
2 50
J. E. Holman.......
A mong — th; earliest of the monthlies,
Mr. J. M. Belcher and his daughter, W. T. Ila?h. . ..................
SAOOLB HURSEN,
14 00 arwwliqujet with peaee and plenty, but
comes
Peterebn
for
October
;
and
a
capital
politics
art
beginning
to
boom
witli
four
After an active experience of nine year.
Miss Belle Belcher, of this place, left W. J. McDaniel..................
10 00
and everything in the L’vt-ry biro in good shapt
in the field; we mean for the
Bfere bin aerviceB to the people ol Lafayette number it is, b°th from an artistic and
. 201 07 candidates
Monday for Gainsyille, Texas. They are Yamhill Lumbering Co...
and on short notice.
presidency,
of
course.
W
ild B ill .
ud surrounding couutry.
— fr 00
literary point-of view and where fasliioh tb,l>e gone abSut two months.
W. D.-Fenton........... r..
Transient stock left with me will receive O n
Jan,21,’b7.
, . *
If not; get one and see wliat
48 72
Royal A Son.............. '.....
and household-need are concerned. Miss ■: Ilf ■ ’
best
of
caie
and
attention.
WILLAMINA.
Cyrus Vaughn. .,..............
2 (Ml
Goid and Careful dr*vers employed,
NOTICE.
Bowman’s serial, “Along the Ba«wu,”
Pleasant
HDreazxis
4 00
E. A. Trueblood..................
You
will
find
my
cubic on Jefferson Street
Farmers are not very joyous over the
ends this month, and is decidedly the
’. ' 4 00 present prospects of the price of wheat. .
between SeOoud and Third.
The bi siness of the Ann of Nichols A 'E. L. Judd................ ........
You will have.
best she has ever written., and '‘The Jones has been placed in the hands of S. H. 8. Maloney....... .
4 C0
ReF*.ll,>S5.
------ or m ' minnvillb , or .,——
The Green Mountain school opened
.
16 00 Sept. 5th, with quite a Amall attendance
Beaumonts of Beacon Street;“ by Frank It. Baxter for settlement. Parties know­ J. D. Fenton........................
b ACOB WORTMAN ........ President,
4 00 owing to the patrons not having their
W.
T.
Hash
.........................
Lee Benedict, begins, and promises well. ing themselves indebted to the firm either John Baxter.........................
4 00 tnresliing done.
[W. D- FENTON................ Vice-President, There is a very amusing, story by Ella
4 00
L. J. Fletcher, t-..................
I will take anything the farmer may
btto. WORTMAN. .....................Cashier. Rodman Church ; a capital sketch, “His by note or book account, must call on him J. W. Thomas.
Abram Wright moves to Newberg this have to trade, at market prices.
. . 2 00
and settle imihediatelv.
week
for
the
purpose
of
educating
his
two
M. Churchman.........
2 00
Tranasets a general Banking Biisine—. De- Priiha-Donpa,’’ by Mrs. Sheffey Peters;
»< N ichols a J ones .
poeita receivea >UliJect to cheek. Helis eight
L. Laughary.......................
. Í33 34 diiugliters for school maims. May suc­
luchanve anil t («graphic tran.fere on New a very comprehensive letter on Paris
.
Dayton, Or., Aug. 31, 1887.
J. L. Steward.....................
.
7 50 cess follow them.
LuFayette - - Ogir.
[York, Ban Franoiaco and Portland.
fashion from Mrs. Lucy HoopeY; and a
Mr. Bryan’s family are going to move
J. C. Landingham..............
. 117 19
I June 24, ly.
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NOTICE.
78 95 to southern .Oregon to locate, sometime
E. Poppleton.......................
........... Dealer in.........
gomlly list of other interesting tales and
And if it don’t give good satisfaction,
82 50 during this month. Yamhill losos a good
Vincent A Spaulding.........
graceful poetry. Petenon occupies a place
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
we
have
1
will
refund
your
money.
7 00 family while southern Oregon gains one.
Yamhill Co. Rank pecql&rly its own, in perodical literature. made arrangements /with our successor, -I. Edwards A C'o ..............
W. F. Coulter......................
7 00 May they meet with success is the wish
PERFUMERY,
The authors it employs give it standing Frank S. Hardipg, publisher of this pa­ T. M. WartertC""... . .........
■ of m ’ minnvjlle , or .-------
.
36 00 of tiieir many friends
rTConitia'asd IIru«h•• u. TrnMMJSnppo»-
.------ ff-25-
among first-class literary magazines. In per, "Whereby all subscription accounts B. W. punn A Son........
There was a quilting at Thomas AV right’s
tera, Shoulder Barat* Fancy and Toilet ArtiolM
-•ö:
9 80 on Tuesday Sept, 6th. After the quilting
H oka anil Stationary. Clock and Walhea
the way of illustrations, novelties in will commence with him on July 1. 1887, Geo. Dorsey.........................
I tt Yamhill County.
Morse A Mauts....................
6 GS there was to have been agrand juhilbe in
t’lafad and Gold Jewelry
. Preaidei
lady’s-dress, children’s-toilette, and nee­ instead of August 1, 1887.
►j. o. BRAl.Y,
14
00
8. A. Manning... ;.T.. • .
the way of a.pjav party, which turned, out
Patent Medicinee, eto.. Family Medicinal
-
Csshi lÿr>di
dlework of all sorts, it heads the- list of •
Call
at
E.
B.
Fellows
’
Furniture
store,
GLARE BRAl.Y.
4
"Geo.
H.
tttmes
...................
00
"lobe uiorq.of a hospital party than play
W esterfield B ros . - '
GOODS WARI.ENTE'J A8 REPRESENTED.
W. D. M c D onald , Jr.
-
•
Secretary.
W. W. Nelson.......... ........
. 102 00 purty. Mr. Wright’s nephew who is sub­ in McMinnville, and see the Springs. 2-5
>ry. Nil
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fashion-monthlies, while the reliability of
2 15 ject to fainting spells, came up from Wil­
Tim N arrow G auge .—Work on the M. Redding.. . ............ . . .
Transact» a general Banking Buxines, makes, its table and sick-room recipes and its
1 00 lamina, he commenced fainting early in
T. M. Grubbs.......................
reflection» on favorable terms
varied information on domestic matters extension of Portland & Willamette Val­ ltolit. Morse.........................
Exchange on Ladd At Tihon. Portland.
21 55 the evening and then took to erainping,
THERE 18 NO
.generally render it invaluable to house­ ley railroad frotn Elk Rock to this city is G. W. McCoy.;..'............ '.
Exchange on The Bank of California.
12 50 thus frightening the young folks almost
Interest allowed on time d< posits.
8 00 out of their wits, things grew from bad to
keepers and mothers. Terms:, Tw'o dol­ progressing, and it is expected that it will Samuel Boel...."..................
■JOB OK KICK.
7 50 worse until there w»s hardly enough well
January, 1, 18*6, ,tf.
lars per year, with great deductions to’ be completed to the .city levee in six F. S. Collie........................
se
.Churchman & Wooden....
V 92 ones to take care of the sick.
We make a specialty of printing Bill Heado.
clubs. Sample copies sent free to those weeks. Hoffman A Bates’s forces are
Letter Hernia
HutemenU, Reoeipto, of all
The Willamina school opened last Mon­
'
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
desiringKl’t up clnbij^. Address Peter- now busy preparing the foundation for
kinds, Bal Invitations, Frogrammoa, fttuain’M
DEATH OF A PIONEER.
day by Prof. Linden, he seemsjo be well
Lanlii Calling ( arda, Invelopei, Poatera and
-thé
trestle
artiund
Elk
Rock.
The
river
wn
’
s
Mayariae,
306
Chestnut
Street
Phil
­
liked as lie has taught there for two years.'
Dr. Davis, resident dentist.
But you will find an easy one to It
al) kildrtof work done in a that* laaa office.
Then—Sept. 3, 1887, at the residence
has reached such a low stage that the
adelphia, Pa.
.
M ountain G ossip .
———ifyou will------- •'
tar TRI AL O k D akb BUbiClTXD»'^^
Don’t forget the ice cream festival to­
of
his
brother,
H.
Johnson
’
s,
in
Forest
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ledge on which the trestle is to stand is
Grevé, Or., T. M. Johnson, aged 49 years.
night.
AMITY.
PRACTICE - ECONOMY
C hurch D edication .—The Presbyter­ above watefa except in a few places/
T. M. Johnson was bom in.Lamars Co.,
Circuit court will, convene on Monday ian church whity has - been built at this Places are beiyg leveled off on this slop­
The I. O. O. F. after their meeting last
----------- AND
Texas, in 1838, crossed the plains in 1847
September 26th.
place this year is a very neat edifice. The ing ledge and a foundation of concrete
Saturday night had a supper at the Amity
with his^iarents James and Louisa John­ hotel.
The Reporter of the 12th was a very building is -fourtv-two feet long and laid for the bents of the trestle, and
Oregonian Railway, L’d, Line.
son ; settled in Lafayette, Yamhill Co. Or.,
Dr. A. G. Smith and Dr. Taylor started
soat two- wherever, the rock is under water con­
neat double edition.
£• twenty-six feet wide, and
where
he
grew
up
to
manhood
;
went
to
east
last
Monday.
—
t
The town of Weston is agitating the hundred rtYid twenty-five persons. The crete will be built alxive the surface. California w here he remained for a num­
B- rn —Sunday Sept. 11th, Ao tho wile
spire is forty-six’feet high and shows the Bays A Jeffery’s men are building the
building of a flouring mill.
ber of years; from there to Idaho, where of Parker Allison, a tcnljsiund boy. ■' --
Until further notice trains will
1 and of a master' mechanic. “Tlio win­ road through the“White house grtunds,
Dr. Taylor, of McMinnville, was in town
A fire on the1 hill east of town last Sun­
he was elected flie first,sheriff of Alturas
dows are of an original style with ground and the work on the Water Works
arrive and depart from Lafayette
—
day destroyed considerable fénee.
ccunty, which has been his home ever Monday.
glass in the lower and -colored glass in grounds is about completed. The pile­
■FROM*
as follows, to aud fr^m Portland.
■ Considerable sickness among children
Beekeejiers will meet at Newberg dur­ the upper part. Tee walls and ceiling driver is set at the mouth of the creek since. For a number of- vpawr'fie has now-, mostly summer complaint.
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—..«
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, tXAVS
been a sufferer from a wcùnd by a pistol
Portland.. 10.50 A. M.ÀIrll»......... .«.IS A. M.
ing the fair next Friday and Saturday.
are clothed and papered with beautiful beyond the Red house and the trestle
Mr. Gus Itichy went to Portland to­
Lafayette. . .S.14 P. M.Monmouth. 7.1« A.“M.
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Mr. J« Haney is building a neat- porch,' paper. Taking it all in all it is said to be there will soon bè completed. There, ball in the lungs, which at last proved day.
ShrrHen... 4 34 P. M,D»ll»e ... 8.05 A. M.
fatal. Desiring to lie with friends and be
Hall»........... 6 50 P. M. h»riden....l0 21 P. M,
Sam Likens, blacksmith, made a very
.nd ijtherwisc improving his residence. . the nicest church for its Bize in the now remain only a few 1/reuks to lie
Monmouth.7.87 P.M. »fay«He.. U 38P. M.
M c M innville , or .
buried by his mother his wife undertook fine can opener for J. Mills Tuesday.
Th î postoUîcëaï ïiTi'îirTTdîfigâ, ClaëW+eutmty. $1500 is what the church cost closed and the road will jai completed to
Airlle (*rve)H.35 P. M.Portland («re)4.l5P. M.
the jourpey to old Yamhill, only getting The jpb shows that Sam is a very fine
For fui ther lnlorn»tlon apply ta the Cota
mas county, Or., has been discontinued. and our Presbyterian friends are to be the main leading'frbrn the old water to Forest Gryve where the fatal ball did workman.
The stock Is always fresh, and the nany'a Avuntwi Lafayette, or addreee Gei>»rai
congratulated. The dedication will take works. 4H B°on a» the road above this
prices
are
cut
dowu
to
Y
office,
corner Firet A Pine 8la., Portland' Ugn,
Very near every one attended the cir­
Savage A Son will sell stock and farm
its work. Welcome Travoier to the home
the times.
I
cus at 'McMinnville, and still times are so
place on Sunday September 25, 1887, i «4 Jk tlnifpieit'the rwhole force v. ilk* ffrobably
implements at auction Oct. 1st. Look
of ypur boyhood days as your last resting hard.
—AT THS--------
Trv us and be oonvlncad I
11 a. m. Several prominent divines wi ili be triMinferred to this end and the trestle
•ut for posters.
place. The deceased leaves a wife, three
The school nfr-this place opened last
be in attendance, and the dedicatory-ser- from the water niaCT to the city*levee
brothers and two Bisters to mourn his Monday wit» forty-five in attendance.
«Kane's Illustrated IFcHt for August-js. mon will be preached by Rev. Clyde, pf
will be crmplcted in short order. Tt was’ demise, William, John and Huston John­
Mr. L. Booth and Miss Mattie Putnam,
before us, replete with good jading mat­ Chehalis, W.,T.
L afayette , oaegon ,
promised that the road would be done lit son, Lucinda McCullay , and Barbara of this place, were married last Tu .-sday.
ter and illustrations.
time to move this season’s wheat, crop, Johnson.
You can find the cbolont and beet brand, tt
At the Christian parsonare by Rev. D.
The Corvallis Gazette has again sus­ -^J-jiïXY WoRK.-*-Speukingof thé govern­ and as there seems to be no signs of any
M. Doty, Mr. Alderman and Miss Thur­
WINES,
pended. Editor tarry having lost the ment wiXk at Yaquinji, the Post Bay»:
'. „ LIQUORS,
man.
movement at present the promise will
MARRIED.
Work on the jetty is progressing in good doubtless be filled.— Oregonian.
Hon. J. 0. Nelson, of ft'est Chehalern,
•*
use of hid eyes is tho cause.
CIGAR4, tTC,
.September 11, 1887, at the residence of passed through town one day this week
farming "shape, nearly 250 feet having been added
And everything n*naHy kept h a first daas
Money to loan on improved
i ,
< *
A rms C ost M oney .—T o arm the state the bride’s parents, in IVest Cliebalem, and stopped to talk awhile with a few of
bar-room at the Ek Horn Saloon, Beeer ft etg
lands, from one to five years time in sums t« its length since werk commenced, and
his old friends.
R ufub .
Always keep a quiet and ordMHyffSuic"
Oregon,
by
the
Rev.
W.
E.
McCutelaaat
|li>
work
will
be
pushed
along
as
rapidly
militia
property,
1,260
breech
loading
to fuit. F enton a F enton , Lafayette, Or.
T eeth .—From date until Jan. 1, 1888,
as the weather will; permit. Bixty feet guns and two Guttling guns are needed. Mr. P. M. Christenson and—Miss Annie I will make tefith for $12.50 aud upward
■I1
“Uncle”. Geo. Perkins went to McMinn­
piling is now being used, and the piles According to the estimate furnished by" Conleo, al) of Yamhill county.
per set, and when the teeth are already
ville on Tuesday, anil on returning found
At.Lafayette, September 14, 1887, by extracted $10 and upward.
his pockets lmd been relieved of $30 by are hydraulicked into the gravel ten feet. the win department to Adjutant-General
W. A. W ise , Dentist, Amity] Or.
The work has progressed to a point atxiut Shofner, these will bostJ(24,000. Twelve­ A. M. Hurley, J. P., Mr. Charles Bryan
«orne light fingered gent.
midway of the south channel, where the hundred of the gqns will be of the latest and MiSH Maggie Rudder, all of Yamhill
CARETON.
G. E. Johnson, our efficient post­ Vater is twenty-one feet deep, and the improved SpringSeld pattern, sixty will
county, Oregon.
R.
UNGERMAN,
~ Sept. 12, 1887.
master, is soon to move his office into current being extremely sw ift ..the work be of smaller pattern' to atm the high
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Wlrile down Ihr stream of Ufa they glide,
Va« mo’t VSZ poppar V'eekiy
r.ew quarters, next door to Harris A is somewhat tedious, hs well as hazard­ school cadets witty while the Gattliqg
Ixits of colds amongst the denizens of
If in-t by adretae winds and tide
T'W’F dflVOtM V» aCIMfltrt». IWK.BKU4C«. «My
A8 JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND
fin-
”
m».
diHCovorloe,
Ltr#n»i©n*
and jutoni«
Carlton.
And the bars of life is relit and riven
Ilitney’s boot and shoe store
<5n. 11 selected Block of Hiov*a and Tin­
ous. But so far no "accident of moment guns will tie of the cheaper pattern with
r r ibluh«:L F.rar/ n
> r |ib*rtea'«4 wiU
Asa
Kelsey
is
home
from
Portland,
*,»14IYZ. 1 tnffr-irln'-a, lilla rut'lMt«*». furat*b»a ,
ware,
and
proponea
to
tell
chtaprr
than
any
While
a'ong
the
gale
in
auger.drfven;
It will be impossible to print a paper has oecured, and the work is being done wood carriages. At thiB rate it costs
* u«.lVBiuaUleriirvelnT-oriia eflnfomiatloa '»hicb 1
houBOtn the county. Everything kept on hano
also G. R. Bodie of the same place.
«■> pcranit ahnuld bn wilhout. Tte |>opuhrllf •(
Truth and love, a beacon bright as day.
this winter without wood. Our .patrons in th» most substantial manner.
and repairing done satiafavtorly. and without
Uqple Samuel something to arm the mi­
tb# Fr.wrtrta A mfiucan h «’»«h «bai ita «Ir-
Our sick are about the «ame./^
Through every alarm ita ligltta display.
cn'.ttio« n*ar'r •qaaH <bat rt ail eikr panar» of
delay.
who desire to pay their subscriptions in
ita
e'«»»cori!. np<L Fri*», t <30ay t .
litia of the different states. Adjutant-
The R egister outnunibers all papers
Sept. 29, t-f.
br «’t rawrti# VJiUMN > CU.»
T he R ural S pirit .—This well known General Shofner js confident that the
that commodity are reminded of the fact.
two to one coming to this office. Good L afayette ,
O regon . Pati ubera, Ko. fcl Broadwaj, È. Y.
NEWBERG.
for you.
“
A spark from thé chimney of the resi­ journal came to us this week with its war department will furnish Oregon the
Sept. 13, 1887.
The Warehouses are still very busy.
dence of John Kennedy set fire to the new titlg, the name “Willamette Farmer” above mentioned arms after the regula­
A3
l’.-,
»9>r»
Remember that Newberg fair commen­ JjSfs of wheat and oats on store this year.
ia thè- P.lral O«!rv. a«4
« ew»ar*4.
roof on Sunday last, but wap discovered being added to the old one. It is a fine tion routine of red tape has been gone
H
Cn» Hpndr, a Tlipiu«
Tally one for Carlton.
ces, one week from next Thursday. •
and
•w'il«::"»
far
fiwnfvf»
healthy
looking
twenty
page
folio
and
through with.— Newt.
•nd extinguished before much damage
Unii«! kn.lv».«"4
S. Carr, Esq , is TnTproving his house
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Cavvatv. Trado-Jlar««, ropvriabJA
B orn —To the wife of John Winter a
under the new management will doubt­
Was done.
in town by putting rustic in and laying
Av«l,nmeilt«. >1.4 v'I olhrv »«l<f M.
fine
son.
and
Johnnie
is
as
happy
as
a-
Mmri i, to inv»nt..r» Ih» V rlflu» la Ike
T he S ame O ld W aste .—Largo masses
less prove acceptable to the patrons of
new
floors.
J.
B.
Smith
is
doing
the
U i >»«1 BtUaa, IU»«I». I «Wtoi 4. Ì«a»,
G. E. Johnsen met with an accident
o.rm.nr rn4 «HivV «■ fri»«
Irj»’. v^r-
the Farmer as well as of the Spirit. W. of flume shooting up from tha crests of
carpentoffftg.
na-„.lrLrb'»rtn'>l“'«V'l«e'>>»a*«‘iaWvlara»C
this week. While digging around an ap­
'Martin Cook has returned home.
Intormalloa ><lool-l«.»lu» (»irolo
W. Baker, the editor, knows how to the Poik county hills last night ^nd night
■ Two hogs and fourteen fleas to every
fall,
»«bau.
rl
’
»w
nand-WU
of
ple-tree with a mattock it came jin |oflv
hdo -Sallon era.« trw. balani a oH afa»!
Abner Blair expects to start east thia »quart rod al land intown, the hogs are
please his subsribers, afid spares no ex­ before furnished—evidence that the
ihrourh U-n» * Co. aM»o<l»4 falbo fol’a«!»«
tact with a clothes line and rebounding
not owned ’n town either, but the fleas
week.
Ar-ar'—m tra«. I ba a.l-aalaeo ol *' b «oli*» la
l
pense in doing it.
farmers oKJhat region are again practic­
CT |" «?? "~d fa «iriHO-ana «ho » un to cupo«*
are for the hogs bring them in and leave
•truck him near the eye.
Mary Edwards wont to Middleton Sun­ them. The cars will flx them some of
ing that sort of willful waste which leads,
—
W
est
Cliebalem,
Oregon,
—
" TOr» co. evi-» Bcuunm»
C
oi
Mix
-W
a
C.
T.
U.^Tlie
Yamhill
W anted —All kinds of wrought and
day
to
hold
divine
services.
these days, that is the hogs not the fleas,
when the sndw igg j[p6t or two deep and
4•
east iron, from a horshoe nail to a cast County Women’s Christian Temperance on the grounij/to stay, to woeful want for
then
the
country
people
can
come
in
and
J. L. Vickery and wife, of your city,
r
___ ____
take
the
serai*
home
for
soap
grease.
iron dog. 25 cents for -wrought and 35 Uiiion -convcntion will be held at North the dumb brutes, who would be much were at this place visiting last Sunday.
Wishes to inform the people of
Keel*
Dad
btisy
to
keep
that
old
black
cents .or
for L cast,
cj^h
delivere*, •Yamhifi September 19th ajçd 29th. . Mrs. mot» comfoi tgble if they had an immense
West Chehalern, and vicinity,
8. D. Tarrant A Go are kept very busy
—--r"
“ ’ » will
........ lie
. 1 paid
—V
hog and that sore toed rooster out of his
—
A «. »-.I "to i^orl
I
•
_ 1_ 11 ... «1 ,
A... f
. ¿S'Ä. 1 rocate, is
at 4 depot? ' Apply
Carl Vrxlinir
YounfcJ
l-kelton, the fginrfus
Gerq»»^»d<i
rick of straw to get to the leeward of and and are turning out a fine lot of flour. A shop; don’t it?
that he keeps on hand, a com­
is. an inde- nibble at for the lack of something better
There is no lira«," says irw+fo man, to expected tNpu1 present. She Is.:
David l.amb fiiw purehased some fine
Uncle Billy says that fellow on that
plete stock of
waste with kii king cow»- Jf you have fatiguable worker, and a' speaker who to eat. Do these wasteful grangers re­ bred Jerseys ; come to the fair and see side of the river is the smartest man ovei
them.
there and that Uncle Doc knows it.
one, jest put a har^e-strm^in her mouth can interest »nd instruct any Audience, alize that the straw would take, up but
Miss Ella Hadl^foill teach at the Par­
H awk -E ye .
Mnd buckle it^jghtly liAiitid her horns. in city or country. Every voter in the little room and could just as well lie
rot schoolhOUseJbis JRnter.
Take it off when done milking, of course. state should hear her before the 8th of burned in tho »!>ring after the grass is
OKOCKRTtS. HAW. CAPS.
•
Mina Anise Brown will teach near Hills­
November. >
started ? It is jpggeste.1 that they think
Fampson A Perkins lost a good horse
boro this winter.
this
mat
ter
over.
—
C hicago A narchists .—The supreme
ibis week. In fording the upper North
Jesse Hobson is having a well dug at
and TINWARE. In fact every-
1 Yamhill river, the horses became stalled l ourt of Illinois delivered an opinion on
T he T emperance M kettkgr —That lie­ his warehouse.
Land thé driver -u
em to tlie extent Wednesday in the anarchist case,
thinx unnally found in »country
Geo.
Hunicutt
is
quite
poorly.
pan last Saturday evening have been
J. J. HEMBREE, Proprietor.
ret a blood affirming the judgment of the court be­
cilusing thi
•tore; which he propose» to sell
largely attend«-d—in fact, too largely for
Jonathan
Maris
fell
and
hurt
himself
4.
'i -» low. The execution will take place Nov­ the capacity of Liberty Hall. Hughes pretty bad last week, but is now able to I *ra prepursd lo «ire food u-rnn odstlo» m
an cheap as can be bought in
■Sort nolle», to per«,»» wiab.D*
The first quarterly meeting f TjJay- ember 11th, between TO and 4 o’clock. is the funny man; but while he holds an be around again.
Ulan or ' eonveyanra.
. •
Yamhill County. , »^_llighost
V&Jligheat
The
opinion
by
Judge
Magruder
in
thia
____
ChergM
Raaoot.nblr.
circuit M. E. church wijj lie held at
___
‘
‘ produce?
_
ueff?
audience with his many jests, his remarks
Town was full of people Saturday, a
market
price paid for
tT^Mr bank« oWnri t» arllb th» 4»l’y train»
cane is that the judgment of the court be­
lest Chehalern the first Saturday afel
are nevertheless telling. Ward is not ao great ffiany were bringing tlleir children to carry n»»Mn.»rn to and iron tha dr pot.
1 He
H« has
h*« al~>
tw> forms
fan— b.r
aala,
mi
also
two
fot
sale,
mi r*aoon-
--
□ndav 6f October. Quarterly conference low is affirmed, as to all, each and every fluent a sjieaker as Ilnghea, hut he ia here to attend school.,
sb.« l«r<»-.
«took of
»ad building».
»né of defendants.
u-e
i
»»re
of
«r>«in4.
For
furtb-r
parlltalan
.
Stator
A
Savage
’
s
raw
mill
near
Bridge
­
aturday Octojier 1st at 2 p. m. Dr. W ih.
(Jain, polished and logical. The singing
>
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call — tbr uud>T,igb»'l at Ma aur«
i. 1
port burnt down last week.
oberts will preach.
v
J. 0. C*»T«a, Waril babal'M.
'TtAHMoAD M agsat W.—Senator Stan­ haw been splendid under the feaderehip
•41
Ill
AMITY,
OREGON.
4
Yamhill County, Or ago»
■;\
C. E. Hoskins is patting up a new dry
of
Mr.
Green,
assisted
by
his
wife
;
en
­
ford,
presi'ient
of
the
Southern
Pacific
In common with otlier papers, the Rua-
house.
r
._ has received pamphlets from-the railroad. Col. C. J..C rocker, vice presi- thusiasm baa ran high and large num-
F. 8. Cottle and family have returned
the same,
sànie, and
and A. A. N. N. Towne,
Towne, gnn-
gen- ' lien have signed the 01ed^e and our tem­
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______ _________
„«.«»■fatirin
of 2 Oregon,
with a re .dent
­ dent of oí the
from the Spring».
CARRIAGE AND HOUSE PAINT- *
* ” "^Nerwm» n»Mlhy, Mvol«»
otfntoo”" We”have not had eral manager St the !touLI„-,u Pfiriflt «y» perance people feel very much en­
quest for an <.
tvy La—»: Realorn Manhood
fit a ph»?s
Everybody
expects
to
have
•
big
time
INO,
SIGN
WRITING,
couraged.
They
will
remain
over
Mon
­
them “
“ a
• favoreble
favorable perusal
perusal,’’ tem, have arrived in Portland on a tour of
tor M. Trini pk Ifie pottage. Fr— «T o*r...
Mme to give them
at Newberg fair this year. -
day and there will be a rousing meetiag
PAPER HANGING r
Adri— and ar—« talion on all Private »n<l
,
D
imon
is
airBro.White
expreœ»
inspection.
They
will
inspect.the
Port
­
but onsropinion ia, I
Ckloak Illa-»- fr—. DR. X U. O \|M, GEI
Fetch all of your fine fruit and garden
-¿ài'
liquor in any form lead, to etor- land A Willamatte Valley nwl and then at the hall to-morrow evening.—Astoria
3
11»A
Barna ■«. Or. cUK.!
H,that “I .
stuff to the fair and get the blue ribbon.
Tranechpt.
I jo to Puget sound.
eme*««.
Alm dealer in Undertaker» Good».
PaomamoMWT.
aal damnation.'
1
Sclxofield. de ZbÆoxg'eurx,
'he Oregon Register
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L.
E. B. FELLOWS’ LAFAYETTE.
North American Patent
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BEDSPRINGS?
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ONLY ^3.50.
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1887
1
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mt die
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one ir |
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' ¡ng ti
i
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vest ii
the O r
nblisb
»eontiv«
day o
►rney,
■neye.
t cour*
county
i«r ol
a 21s
. Pet
it and
mpany
ate re Rt
.which
>n th
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ncoln,
p. m. -
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n said
since
bribed
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